University of Georgia - Pandora Yearbook (Athens, GA)

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.1 , JOVRNA Bl lAltuim B. Coc JR4Ai. D O ' N A COLLEGE HONORED FAIR AND TRUE THE HAPPIEST DAYS THEY ' LL -i— » ' HOVEHK ALLOWED«ST0P BETWEEN SIGtt Broad St. POLICE ORDER m . ■ ' .-.: ' . n 1 T 1 1 to. Mfc -«=»■ fJ » GRAND TIMES i L ' SAmJet L HU CH Stud v- OLD OF OURS m HII I IJIIIB | ) ' I I ' v ■% J 1 ill t z ' i i is ■I ■ ■ to " ■ ■ ■■ pf HP ■■ Hr r v ' H . T w I . Another year and a thousand new faces . . . and a thousand old ones gone and sometimes quickly forgotten. But the scene remains the same. The spirit of Georgia goes on unchanged. Noon-day chimes and chapel bells . . . early classes and long registration lines . . . friendly faces and familiar scenes . . . homecoming and little commencement . . . dances and special dates . . . books and classes and an anxious eye to the future. That is the spirit of Georgia. ALL HAIL TO OLD THIS BOOK IS divided INTO THESE SECTIONS THE SCHOOL THE CLASSES FRATERNITIES MILITARY ATHLETICS BEAUTIES ORGANIZATIONS an d Id dedicated to DEAN WILLIAM TATE ... in sincere appreciation for his many years of service and true friendship to thousands of Georgia students. As an understanding friend always, he has helped mold many of Georgia ' s leaders of today and tomorrow. Sooner or later Georgia students discover that there is more to University life than co-op con- ferences. Saturday night for- mals, and football games . . . and that those creatures called " professors " actually do exist. mnr J«WH 5 SOU H N G SONG OF GEORG r ■r ■ - V , ' " ' . ' ■ SB ■ V « rs •»■ ■ r ♦ t; r - THE " l LCMS r J Jonathan C. Rogers President OUR OUR OUR GOVERNOR CHANCELLOR PRESIDENT The University of Georgia, the nation ' s oldest state-chartered university, is now in its 166th year with Governor Herman Talmadge, Chancellor Harmon Caldwell, and President Jonathan C. Rogers at the helm. For a century and a half, U. Ga. has moulded the leaders of Georgia and thousands of Georgia citizens. Since the war the university has trained over, 8,000 ex-GIs, has added many new buildings, increased its campus, and marched forward with progress. With these three men, lies U. Ga. ' s continued growth and expansion for the morrow. ' • V il fSc?tf t — -i V .u 11 III llU tlU 111 uu 1 0 ' ■. . ■ - « di 1 " 1 1 ' . " Mkm -» W ■ ■ ADMINISTRATION . . . Alvin B. Briscoe Dean of Faculties William Tate Dean of Men Walter N. Danner Registrar Mrs. Edith L. Stallings Dean of Women John D. Bolton Treasurer Claude Davidson News Bureau ADMINISTRATION . . . James Bailey Director of Men ' s Activities John Storey Dir. of Men ' s Housing B. C. Kinney Head, Plant Operations Albert B. Jones Assist. Dear; of Faculties John C. Eidson Coordinate Campus Dolores E. Artau Administration Counselor Comer Whitehead Records and Statistics Robert H. Ayers Chaplain Nelle J. Tumlin Women ' s Activities Edgar Maxwell Physician William Crane Alumni Association Ralph Stevens University Press Dan Maqill, Ir. Aihletic Publicity Director Lee Anne Se well Placement and Aid CJieae o ARTS AND SCIENCES MUSIC FACULTY FIRST ROW: Ellis. Kimbal. Smith. Karlas. Dunaway. SEC- OND ROW: Anderson. Warner. THIRD ROW: Harrison. Hodgson. Kratina. Mitchell. ENGLISH FACULTY FIRST ROW: Thornton. Dumas. Everett, Tidley. Brown. SECOND ROW: Appleby. Bennett. Hodgson. McWhorter. Eidson. Doster. THIRD ROW: Wallace. Palmour. Beaumont. Vance. FOURTH ROW: David- son. West, Cox. FIRST ROW: Sanderson, Home, Tolbart, Browne. Mc- Cutchen. SECOND ROW: Jchnson. Wescott. Dear- ing, Amos. Breithaupt. Dieball. THIRD ROW: Holty. Gaines. Madden. Kee. Thomas. rrt$ and Sciences BIOLOGY FACULTY FIRST ROW: Evans, Hamilton. Carter, Quigley, Wise, Anderson. SECOND ROW: Odurn, Nuttycombe, Scott, Boyd, Johnson, Anderson. THIRD ROW: Byrd, Sco- iield, Kitchin, Lund, Bradley, Shibley, Calkins. FOURTH ROW: Johnston, Burkhart, Anthony, Furr, Gordon. FIFTH ROW: Hague, Shoenborn. CHEMISTRY FACULTY FIRST ROW: Scott, Snell, WUder, Van Antwerp. SECOND ROW: Phillbrook, Smith. THIRD ROW: Brockman. Le- Conte, Bailey, Whitehead. LANGUAGE FACULTY FIRST ROW: Bovee, Alexander, Alciatore, Chance, Jordan. SECOND ROW: Kaplan, Shedd, Williams, Peterson. THIRD RO W: Lewis, Jackson, Womack. HISTORY FACULTY FIRST ROW: Vinson, Martin, Montgomery, Jones. Smith, Coulter. ScLot of VETERINARY WedicL icine ColL r of AGRICULTURE ANIMAL HUSBANDRY FACULTY AGRONOMY FACULTY FIRST ROW: King. Sane. Firor, Henderson. SECOND ROW: Bradford. Wehunt. Harrison. Mills. THIRD ROW: Keener. Williams. Sullivan, McHalton, Collins. FOURTH ROW: Perkins. Powers. Loden. Bowden. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Northorn, Jacobs. Owens, Green AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING FACULTY FIRST ROW: Driftmier. Kinard. Carreker. White. Foster. Smith. Ramsey. Mundy. Barnett, Brown. Henderson. Cross. SECOND ROW: Simons. Danner, Cobb, Harris. Drew, Rice, Land, Bruce, MrCraney, Kinney, Hudson, Garner, Chavous, Turner, Lyday. Smith. 1! m y s iil in ,t i m ScLol of BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Dean James E. Gates HEAD School of Business Administration FACULTY MEMBERS FOR THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ARE: FIRST ROW: Homer Black. Emil Troelston. James E. Gates. Robert T. Seagrest. Costic Roman. L. H. Walker. SECOND ROW: James T. Frye. Bonnie Fay Bellamy, Mary Ann Heron. A. A. Charles, Oscar Beverly. George S. Petras, Harold Moorhouse. TH:RD ROW: Gregor Sebba, William C. Davis. Einar Rasmussen. L. J. Nachtrab. C. Ralph Youngblood. Robert Bickner. Robert Lorenz, Glenn W. Sutton. FOURTH ROW: John E. Dean. John F. Burke. Robert Froemke. :OMMERCE ENTRANCE TO COMMERCE- JOURNAL BUILDING ScLd of EDUCATION PEABODY HALL Dean O. C. Aderholt HEAD School of Education FIRST ROW: Aderholt. Green. Morris. Neal. Sutton. Burnham. Tews. Dalton. SECOND ROW: D. Smith. Robins. E. Bledsoe. I. Bledsoe. Cox. Hollingsworth, Soule, E. B. Smith. THIRD ROW: Hitchcock. Garrison, Singleton. Mahler, Ritchie, Harrison, Mills. Pollock. ScLot of L A W FORESTRY SCHOOL FACULTY FIRST ROW: Bishop. Jackson. Patterson. SECOND ROW: Grant, Hargraves. Jenkins. ScLol of FORESTRY ScLol of PHARMACY Dean Kenneth L. Waters HEAD Pharmacy School First Row: Blair, Callaway. Walker. Armstrong, Jones, Boggess. Second Row: Boschert. Newton, Alexander, Hicks, Moon, Mirone, Luke, McPhaul, Dykes ScLd of HOME ECONOMICS GRADUATE SCHOOL George Hugh Boyd DEAN Graduate School Instructors in the graduate school a re faculty members from the various schools and colleges oi the university. BALDWIN HALL Dean John E. Drewry ScLot of JOURNALISM From Freshman orientations and biology labs to the Sigma Chi Derby and Spring Formals. we , look forward to " getting out " I ... but when the big day comes, we realize what grand old times those days at Georgia really SING SONG OF GEORG Mm f H iU A _ 5 - S H WHmmmmsm mtKm RAY JEANETTE CHARLES SENIOR CLASS office HEADING THE SENIOR CLASS FOR THE 1949-50 SCHOOL YEAR ARE OFFICERS President RAY BURNS Vice-President JEANNETTE BRAMBLETTE Secretary-Treasurer CHARLES TUCKER ARRONS ABBOTT ABEL ABLESON ACREE ADAMS, C. H. ADAMS, J. R. ADAMS. J. W. ADAMS, N. F. AIKEN AKIN AIKENS ALFORD, D. ALFORD, F. M. ALLEN, B. M. ALLEN, J. C. ALLEN, J. I. ALLEN, M. A. ALLEN, W. D. ALLISON ALIMOND AMATO AMMERMAN AMMONS AMOSS ANDERSON, E. C. ANDERSON, J. F. ANDERSON, W. T SENIOR CLASS IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE . ANDREWS ASSELANIS ANTHONY ATKINSON, G. M. FIRST HOW: AARONS. JEAN YONA; Hailehursl; ARTS SCIENCES; Delta Phi Epsilon; Alpha Lambda Delta. ABBOTT. THOMAS EDWARD. JR.. AnnaFolis. Md.: B.S. DEGREE. ABEL. NICK ROBERTS, JR.. Macon; B.B.A. DEGREE; Sigma Nu; Demosthenian. ABLESON. SDNYA H.; Atlanta; A.B. DEGREE; Sigma Delta Tau; V.R.A.; Pathagorean Math Club; Hillel Council, Secretary; I.Z.F.A., President; Psychol- ogy Club. ACREE. WALTER RICHARD: Toccoa; B.B.A. DEGREE; Phi Delta Theta. ADAMS. CHARLIE H.; Savannah; B.B.A. DE- GREE. ADAMS, JEWELL REBECCA: Royston; B.S. DEGREE. SECOND ROW: ADAMS, JOHN W.; Carrollton; AGRICULTURE. ADAMS. NORMA FRANCES: Tignall; B.S.H.E. DEGREE; Alpha Chi Omega; Phi Upsilon Omicron, Alpha Lambda Delta; Glee Club; Homecon Club. AIKEN. JAMES MARION; Newborn; B.S. A. DEGREE; Agronomy Club, reporter 4. AKIN. LAWRENCE RANDALL: De- catur; B.B.A.; Aipha Tau Omega. AKINS. WILLIAM BRUCE; Barnesville; B.B.A. DEGREE. ALFORD. DOROTHY; Lithonia; EDUCATION. ALFORD. FRANCIS M.; Lithonia; B.B.A. DEGREE. THIRD ROW: ALLEN. BARBARA M.. Lavonia; B. S. HOME ECONOMICS. ALLEN. JAMES CLARENCE: Etowah. Tenn.; FORESTRY. ALLEN. JEAN ISABELLE; Greenville; A.B. DEGREE ENGLISH; Alpha Delta Pi, President, Vice-President pledge class, Softball, basketball team 2-3; W.A.A., Tennis Manager; Pan-Hellenic Council. ALLEN, MARION ARLEN: Fort Valley: B.B.A. DEGREE ACCOUNTING. ALLEN. WALTER DOZIER: Shellman; AGRICULTURE ENGINEER- ING; Sigma Nu. ALLISON. REGINA CAROLYN; Brookhaven; B.S. DEGREE ELEMENTARY EDUCATION; Zeta Tau Alpha. ALL- MOND, GEORGE L. JR.; Summit; AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS. FOURTH ROW: AMATO. LUCY; Atlanta; B.S. DEGREE EDUCATION; Delta Phi Epsilon, President; Alpha Lambda Delta, Treasurer; Z Club, Secretary-Treasurer; Mortar Board, Historian; Pythagorean Math Club, Historian; Hillel, Vice-President 2; Hillel Honor Society; Pan-Hellenic Council, Secretary; Vice-President, Freshman Girls 2. AMMERMAN. ANICE JOYCE; Orlando. Fla.; A.B. DEGREE SOCIALOGY; Delta Delta Delta. AMMONS. MARGE PERRY; Tampa. Fla.; B.S. DEGREE ELEMENTARY EDUCATION; Alpha Delta Pi, Treasurer, Rush-Chairman, President Pledge Class; Alpha Lambda Delta; DiGamma Kappa; Mortar Board; Red 6 Black 1; W.S.G.A., Freshman, Sophomore Representative, Senior Advisor. AMOSS. JOHN POLK: Greensboro; B.B.A. AERONAUTICAL AD- MINISTRATION. ANDERSON, ELIZABETH CORINNE; Augusta; Alpha Gamma Delta. ANDERSON. JOHN F.; Moore S. C; B.S.F. DEGREE FORESTRY; Alpha Gamma Rho; Forestry Club. ANDER- SON. WALTER TINLEY, JR.; Leslie; B.B.A. DEGREE MARKETING. FIFTH ROW: ANDREWS. JAMES A.; Toccoa; B.B.A. DEGREE BUSINESS AD- MINISTRATION; Lambda Chi Alpha, President; I. F. C. President; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Gridiron; Sphinx. ANTHONY. JOHN WILLIAM: LaGrange; A.B. RADIO JOURNALISM; Kappa Sigma. APOSTOLAKIS. COSTAS GEORGE; Athens. Greece; B.S.A. DEGREE AGRONOMY; Cosmopolitan Club, Secretary, Vice-President, President; Agronomy Club. ARCHER, JAMES HENRY; College Park; A.B. DEGREE ECONOMICS; Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Kappa. ARNOLD, JOHN S.; Savannah; B.B.A. DEGREE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Alpha Tau Omega. ARRENDALE. ROANNE R.; Tiger; A.B. DEGREE ENGLISH. ASBURY. BEV. ALLEN; Elberton; A.B. DEGREE; Kappa Alpha; Pi Kappa Delta Forensic Fraternity; Biftad; Gridiron; Pres. Sophomore Class; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities; Varsity Debate; Pres. University Religious Assoc; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc, Justice; Pres. Freshman, Sophomore Cabinet of UGRA; Senior Cabinet. ASBURY. E. EUGENE; Elberton; A.B. DEGREE JOURNALISM; Kappa Alpha; Religious Association; Phi Kappa Lit Soc. ASPINWALL, LEONARD G.; Odum; FORESTRY. SIXTH ROW: ASSELANIS. SAM KONSTANTINOS; Savannah; AGRICULTURE Scabbard and Blade. ATKINSON. G. M.; Broxton; PHARMACY; Rho Chi; A. Ph. A. ATKINSON. GEORGE P.; College Park; B.S. DEGREE PHARMACY; Kappa Alpha; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc; A. Ph. A. AUERA. EDITH JANE; Athens; B.S. DEGREE HOME ECONOMICS; Delta Delta Delta. AVRETT, JOHN GLENN; Atlanta: A.B. DEGREE JOURNALISM; Alpha Tau Omega; Red and Black; Varsity Swimming Team; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc; Secretary, Alpha Tau Omega. BACON, DANIEL D.; Glennville; AGRICULTURE. BAGGETT. ELDRIDGE ODELL; Renti; AGRICULTURE. BAGGS. CALVIN THEODORE. JR.; Camilla; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Sigma Nu; Scabbard and Blade. BAGWELL. BETTY SUE; Gaines- ville; B.S. DEGREE EDUCATION; Delta Delta Delta; Pioneer Club; Pan Hellenic. • nineteen t hundred and fift y APOSTOLAKIS ATKINSON. G. P. ARCHER AUERA ARNOLD AVRETT ARRENDALE BACON ASBURY, B. A. BAGGETT ASBURY, E. E. BAGGS ASPINWALL BAGWELL BAGWELL BAILEY, B. L. BAILEY, J. E. BAKER BAKES BALDWIN, H. J. BALDWIN, P. E BALFOUR BALLARD BANE BANISTER BANKS BARBATO BARBER BARGE BARKER BARLOW BARNES BARRETT, A. B. BARRETT, G. C. BARRINEAU BARROW BATTLE BAXLEY BAXTER BEALL BEAM BEARDEN SENIOR CLASS RAIN IN ATHENS?— NEVER! BEASLEY BENSON, W. R. BECK BENSON, R. H. FIRST HOW: BAGWELL. JOE WHEELER: Macon; A.B.J. DEGREE ADVERTISING; Kappa Sigma; Pandora Staff, Art Editor. BAILEY. BESSIE LOUISE Athens; B.B.A. DEGREE SECRETARIAL SCIENCE; Pi Beta Phi; Pythagorean Math Club; Alpha Lambda Delta. BAILEY. JOHN ERNEST; Athens; B.B.A. DEGREE; Pi Kappa Alpha. BAKER. PAUL MYRON; Atlanta; B.F.A. DEGREE MUSIC; A Capella Choir 2, 3, 4. BAKES. WALTER CREDILLE; Fort Gaines; B.B.A. DEGREE; Alpha Tau Omega; Delta Sigma Pi. BALDWIN. HARRY JOSEPH; Atlanta; LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE; Pi Kappa Phi. BALDWIN. FHERABY EUGENIA; Memphis. Tenn.; B.S. DEGREE EDUCATION; Pi Tau Chi; Wesley Foundation. SECOND ROW: BALFOUR. ROBERT CHARLES; Thomasville; A.B. DEGREE POLIT- ICAL SCIENCE; Kappa Alpha, Secretary; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Sigma Alpha; Gridiron; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universi- ties; Interfraternity Council, 3; Student Union Board, 3; Varsity Debate Team; University of Georgia Religious Association, Treasurer; Phi Kappa, Associate Justice, Vice-President; Student Government Movement, Chairman; World Student Service Fund, Chairman; World Federalists, President; Political Science Club; International Relations Club. BALLARD, WILLIAM P.; Covington; LX.B. DEGREE. BAME. I. MILTON. JR.; Atlanta: B. S. EDUCA- TION; University Christian Fellowship, 2, 3, 4. BANISTER. AN- DREW MARTIN: Hartwell: AGRICULTURE; Dairy Science Club; Saddle and Sirloin Club. BANKS. ORIE TENDELL: Mendes; B.S. DEGREE EDUCATION; Future Teachers of America, Secretary. BARBATO, LUDWIG LAWRENCE; Jersey City. N. J.; B.B.A. DE- GREE ACCOUNTING; Phi Eta Sigma, President; Beta Gamma Sigma; Alpha Kappa Psi. BARBER. PHYLLIS IRENE; Athens; HOME ECONOMICS; Alpha Chi Omega; Homecon; Glee Club, 1. THIRD ROW: BARGE. C. LaVERNE: East Point; B.S.A. DEGREE EDUCATION; Zeta Tau Alpha; Glee Club. BARKER, ROYCE HAWKINS; Macon: AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING; Agricultural Engineering Club. BARLOW. VIVIAN CLEO; Kingsland; A.B. DEGREE SPANISH; Spanish Club. BARNES. WILLIAM ROBERT; Decatur; B.S.F. DEGREE FORRES FRY. BARRETT. ANNE BOYD: Atlanta; HOME ECONOMICS; Alpha Gamma Delta; Homecon Club; Pioneer Club. BARRETT, GEORGE CLIFTON; Winterville; B.S. DEGREE SECOND- ARY EDUCATION. BARR1NEAU, ROBERT LEE; Cairo; B.S. DE- GREE CHEMISTRY. FOURTH ROW: BARROW. CAROL JEAN; Reynolds; B.B.A. DEGREE SECRETARIAL SCIENCE; Phi Chi Theta. BATTLE. CARL HATCHER; Colombus; B.B.A. DEGREE MARKETING; Pi Kappa Alpha. BAXLEY. SARA BERRIEN; Savannah; ARTS AND SCIENCES; Alpha Chi Omega. BAXTER. DENVER OLEN; Crandall; B.S. DEGREE AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING; Demosthenian Lit. Soc.; Agricultural Engineering Club; Wesleyan Foundation. BEALL. AVERY PATTON; Atlanta: B.S. CHEMISTRY. BEAM. CHARLES S.; Sandersville; B.B.A. DE- GREE ACCOUNTING. BEARDEN. EMMETT KIMSEY: Preston; B.S. DEGREE CHEMISTRY; Pi Kappa Phi. FIFTH ROW: BEASLEY. A. CAROLYN; Waycross; A.B. DEGREE SOCIOLOGY; Phi Mu. BECK. M. ANNE; Griffin; A.B. SOCIOLOGY; Phi Mu, President ' 48- ' 49; Z Club; W.A.A.; Mortar Board; Trea. W.S.G.A.; Freshman V.R.A. Cabinet; Panhellenic Council; Pioneer Club. BELL. CHARLOTTE ANN; Athens; B.F.A. IN MUSIC; Alpha Omi- cron Pi; Sigma Alpha Iota; A-Cappella Choir, Trea. ' 48- ' 49, Pres. ' 49-50; Mortar Board, Trea.; W.S.G.A.. ' 49; Band; Women ' s Glee Club; U.G.R.A. Senior Cabinet. BELL. DEWEY FREDERICA; Albany; B.B.A. MARKETING; Sigma Nu; Demosthenian. BELL. DONOVAN BAKER. JR.; Orangeburg, S. C; VETERINARY MEDI- CINE, D.V.M.; O.T.S. Fraternity; Veterinary Science Club. BELL. LONNTE A.; Franklin; B.S. EDUCATION INDUSTRIAL ARTS. BELLMORE. SUSANNA JAMES; Smyrna; A.B. GEOGRAPHY; Geography-Geology Club; Dolphin Club. BENSON. H. STANLEY. JR.; Thomaston; B.S. CHEMISTRY; Sigma Chi; Band. BENSON. JOHN BERRY; Athens; A.B. ENGLISH. SIXTH ROW: BENSON. RAMON HAROLD; Atlanta; A.B. JOURNALISM; Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity; Red Black; Radio Station W.G.A.U. BENSON. WILLIAM ROBERT; Buena Vista. BENTLEY, THOMAS PRESTON; Thomaston; A.B. POLITICAL SCIENCE; Pi Sigma Alpha; Political Science Club, Sec.-Treas. ' 49- ' 50; Demosthenian Literary Society, Sec.-Treas. ' 49. BENTON. CLARENCE EUGENE; Ringgold; Alpha Zeta; 4-H Club; B.S.U. BENTON. GRACEY; Albany; B.S.H.E.; Homecon Club. BERGEN, JOSEPH BADELL; Savannah; L.L.B. LAW; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Delta Theta Phi Legal Fra- ternity; Phi Kappa Literary Society; International Relations Club; Law School Honor Court Justice 1949; Geechee Club. BERLIN. JACK JOSEPH; Atlanta; B.S.; Tau Epsilon Phi. BERRY, BARBARA ADELE; Macon; A.B. JOURNALISM; Delta, Delta, Delta, Publicity Manager; Theta Sigma Phi; Georgia Cracker. BETENBAUGH, WALTER RUSSELL; Union, S.C.; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY; Football. of nineteen t hundred and fift y XL. C. A. BELL. D. F. BELL. D. B. BELL. L. A. BELLMORE BENSON. H. S. BENSON. I. B BENTLEY BENTON. C. E. BENTON. G. BERGEN BERLIN BERHY BETENBAUGH BETHEA BEVERLY BEYTAGH BIBB BIBBINGS BIDEZ BINFORD BISHOP BLACK BLACKBURN. F. L. BLACKBURN. F. M. BLACKMON BLACKWELL BLASINGAME, B. J BLASINGAME, W. E. BLITCH BLOUNT BOARDMAN BOLAND BOLSON BONDURANT BOOTH BOROUGHS BORZYNSKI BOWEN. F. E. BOWEN, H. W. BOWER BRADFORD SENIOR CLASS " I DON ' T THINK I ' LL PLEDGE ANYTHING! " BRADLEY, F. A. BRADLEY, J. H. BRAWNER BRAY FIRST ROW: BETHEA. ELIZABETH; Atlanta; A.B. IN ART; Kappa Kappa Gamma. BEVERLY. ROBERT HARNES; Ochlocknee; AG. ECO- NOMICS. BEYTAGH. THOMAS JOSEPH; Savannah; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Geechee Club, Pres.; Demosthenian Lit. Soc; Newman Club, Director Public Relations. BIBB, HORACE BRAM HAM, JR.; Greenville. S. C; B.B.A. IN MARKETING; Phi Kappa Tau; Canterbury Club. B1BBINGS, ROBERT GEORGE; Paterson, N. J.; BUSINESS; Pi Kappa Alpha. B1DEZ, WILLIAM ALEXANDER; Savannah; A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE; Kappa Alpha. BIN- FORD. THOMAS WOODSON. JR.; Newborn; B.B. A. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE; Phi Kappa Tau; Alpha Kappa Psi Business Fraternity. FOURTH ROW: BOOTH, EVELYN M.; Comer; A.B. IN ARTS AND SCIENCES; Zeta Phi Eta. BOROUGHS, JANE FRANCES; Bowdon; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Alpha Chi Omega. BORZYNSKI. NANCY MOORE: Elberton; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Pi Beta Phi, Vice-Pres., Treas.; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Pioneer Club; Pythagorean Club; Future Teachers of America. BOWEN. FRANCES ELIZABETH; Unadilla; B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION; Kappa Delta; Pioneer Club; A.C.E. Club; Glee Club. BOWEN, HUGH WALKER, JR.; Americus; A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. BOWER. JAMES AUGUSTUS; Alma: B.S.A.; Saddle and Sirloin Club. BRADFORD, ELEANOR LEILA; Monroe; B.S.H.E.; Phi Mu; Homecon; Canter- bury Club. SECOND ROW: BISHOP. JOHN ROBERT; Bridgeport, Conn.; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Di Gamma Kappa Radio Fraternity; Georgia Cracker; Red and Black. BLACK. MARY ELIZABETH; Greenville. S. C; B.A.; Kappa Alpha Theta. BLACKBURN, F. LOUISE; Savannah; ARTS AND SCIENCES. BLACKBURN. FRANK M.; S atesboro: AGRI- CULTURE. BLACKMON. GUY RUPERT; Columbus; BUSINESS; Phi Delta Theta. BLACKWELL. SEABRON LAWRENCE; Monti- cello; B.B.A. BLASINGAME. BEVERLY JANE; Atlanta; BUSINESS; Alpha Chi Omega; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Chi Theta; Pytha- gorean Math Club; Panhellenic Council, Vice Pres. ' 49; Pres. Alpha Chi Omega; Religious Association Council. FIFTH ROW: BRADLEY. FRED ALLEN; Wraterville: DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION Delta Tau Delta; Phi Kappa. BRADLEY. JOHN HENRY; Conyers B.B.A.; Theta Chi; Cosmopolitan Club. BRAMBLETT, JEANNETTE; Atlanta; A.B. IN ENGLISH; Vice-President of Senior Class; Student Union, Vice-President; P.O.W. Council; Student Government Legis- lative Council; Tennis Club, Vice-President; W.A.A. BRANNAM, JAMES THOMAS, JR.; Camilla: BBA. BRANCH. DAVID LOUIS; Tiflon; B.S. IN PHARMACY; Scabbard and Blade; American Pharmaceutical Association. BRANCH. HOWARD ARNOLD; Bex- ley: B.A. BRANCH. JIM DOZ1ER; Baxley; A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. BRANNON. JACK DUNCAN; Swainsboro; B.S. IN DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION; Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Kappa Literary Society; Distributive Education Club. BRANYAN, HER- MAN L.; Georgetown; B.S.F. THIRD ROW: BLASINGAME, WILLIAM EUGENE; Monroe; B.S. in ZOOLOGY; Delta Tau Delta. BLITCH, AGNES MARIE; Statesboro: B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Alpha Delta Pi. BLOUNT, CARL ASHTON, JR.: Waynesboro; VETERINARY MEDICINE; Alpha Psi; Veterinary Science Club. BOARDMAN. KATHERINE; Atlanta; LIBERAL ARTS AND POLITICAL SCIENCE; Pi Beta Phi. BOLAND. ERNEST P.; Columbus; B.S. IN ZOOLOGY; Beta Theta Pi; Scabbard and Blade. BOLSON, CARL DAVID; Atlanta: B.B.A. IN ACCOUNT- ING. BONDURANT. MARY CLAIRE; Athens; B.S. IN PHYSICS; Chi Omega; Pi Kappa Delta; Physics Club, Sec. Treas.; Women ' s Glee Club; A Cappella Choir; French Club; Varsity Debate Team; University Theatre. SIXTH ROW: BRAWNER. HARRIET RICE; Smyrna; B.S.H.E.; Kappa Alpha Theta. BRAY. IRA LEONARD; Columbus; B.S.F.; Kappa Alpha Mu, President; Forestry Club; Aero Club, President; Cypress Knee, Editor. BREWSTER, NANCY; Newton. Mass.; A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY; Alpha Omicron Pi; U.G.R.A.; Canterbury Club. BRIDGEMAN. LUTHOR PIERCE; Griffin; B.S. IN EDUCATION. BRIDGES. JAMES DOUGLAS: Americus; B.B.A. BRIDGES. JOHN H.; Athens; B.S. IN AG. ECON. BRIDGES, JOSEPH HERBERT; Sharpsburg; A.B. IN HISTORY; A Capella Choir; Baptist Student Union; Men ' s Glee Club. BRIGGS, JAMES EDWARD; Rebecca; A.B. BRIGHAM. CHARLES THOMAS; Savannah; B.S.A. . nineteen t hundred and rift y BRAMELETT BRANNAM BRANCH D. L. BRANCH. H. f. BRANCH, J. D. BRANNON BREWSTE5 BRIDGEMAN BRIDGES. J. D. BRIDGES, IOHN BRIDGES, JOS. BRIGGS VW -y BRIGHT BRINKLEY BRISON BRITT BROADWELL BROOKS, I. I. BROOKS, W. W. BROWN, B. W. BROWN, E. L. BROWN, I. A. BROWN, J. C. BROWN, J. E. BROWN, L. C. BROWN, L. M. BROWN, R. E. BROWN, S. M. BROWN, S. E. BROWN, W. R. BRUCE BRUNER BRYANT, B. D. BRYANT, C. H. BRYANT, M. BRYSON BUCHANAN BUFFORD BUGESLOV BULLARD SENIOR CLASS AND THEY DID . . BUNN BURRELL BUNTING BURRIACK FIRST ROW: BRIGHT. HOWARD ARTHUR; Midland; B.S. IN PSYCHOLOGY. BRINKLEY. BLANCHE SUSAN; Bainbridge; A.B. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION; Kappa Gamma Sigma; " Y " Cabinet, Treasurer; Dramatic Club; Basketball. BRINSON. EMMADEANE; Lyerly; B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. BRITT. IACK D.; Grayson; PHYSICAL EDUCATION. BROADWELL. WAVERLY CLARE; St. Pauls. N. Co B.S. IN FORESTRY. BROOKS. INDIA JEANNINE; Colquitt: B.S.H.E.; Alpha Delta Pi; Glee Club; Homecon. BROOKS. WALTER WEYMAN: Monroe; A.B. IN JOURNALISM. BUCHANAN. JACK PHILLIPS: Manchester; B.S.A.; Alpha Gamma Rho. Vice-President; Blue Key; I.F.C.; Ag Hill Council; Ag Club, D r« sident; Gaifau Club, President; Education Club; Georgia Aar ' culturist, Circulation Manager. BUFFORD. CARROL W.; Lincoln- ton; B.S. IN EDUCATION. BUGESLOV. DANIEL ISRAEL; Phila- delphia. Perm.; B.S.A. IN AGRONOMY; Hillel Foundation; Cos- mopolitan Club; Intercollegiate Zionist Federation; Agronomy Club. BULLARD. HOMER THOMAS. JR.; Albany; B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING; Alpha Tau Omega; Tennis Team. FIFTH ROW: SECOND ROW: BROWN. BETTIE WARE; Macon: B.S.H.E. BROWN. EMORY LUTHER. JR.: College Park; B.B.A. BROWN. JAMES ALLEN; Dawson; B.B.A. BROWN. JAMES C: Elberton; ARTS AND SCIENCES; Kappa Alpha; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc.; U.G.R.A. BROWN. JAMES EDWARD; Bowman; B.S.A. BROWN. LAMAR COOLEDGE; Winder; B.S. IN BIOLOGY: BROWN. LEWIS MERCER; Covington; B.S.A.E.; Pi Mu Epsilon; Ag. Engineering Club. THIRD ROW: BROWN. ROBERT EARL; Brunswick; B.B.A. IN BUSINESS; Theta Chi. BROWN. SARA MARJORIE; Howard; B.S. IN EDUCATION. BROWN. STEWART E.; Carteret. N. J.; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Tau Epsilon Phi; University Theater; Thalian-Blackfriars; Di- Gamma Kappa; " X " Club. BROWN. WILLIAM ROBERT; Athens; AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING; Sigma Chi; University Flying Club. BRUCE SHIRLEY ANNE; Macon; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Future Teachers of America, Secretary; South-Western Club; Student Government Representative. BRUNER. EMILY L.; Tooms- boro; B.B.A. IN MARKETING. BRYANT. BOBBY DAY; Jersey; L.L.B. IN LAW; Phi Alpha Delta. FOURTH ROW: BRYANT. CLARK HOWELL. JR.; Comer; L.L.B. IN LAW; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Alpha Delta. BRYANT. MIRIAM; Moultrie; B.S.H.E.; Homecon Club; A Capella Choir. BRYSON. JAMES T.; Greensboro; VETERINARY MEDICINE; Alpha Zeta; Omega Tau Sigma; Veterinary Science Club, President; Ag Hill Council. BUNN, HILDA ELIZABETH; Midville; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS. BUNTING. JOSEPH LUTHER; Waycross; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Sigma Nu; Red and Black; Georgia Bulldog Orchestra. BURCHAM. BEVERLY ANN; Orlando. Fla.; A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY; Kappa Kappa Gamma, President; Pan-Hellanic Delegate. BURFORD. MARY ELIZABETH; Brunswick; A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY; Chi Omega; Zodiac Club; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pythagorean Club. BURKE. HARRIET CAROLINE: Miami. Fla.; B.A. IN SOCIOLOGY. BURKE. LOY FRANK; Clarksville; B.S. IN FORESTRY; Forestry Club. BURKETT. NORMAN D.; Jakin; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY; Pi Kappa Phi. BURNS. RAY; Conyers; B.B.A. IN COMMERCE; Gridiron; Blue Key; Biftad, Treasurer; Who ' s Who; Demosthenian; Red and Black, Business Manager; Senior Class President; Junior Class Secretary-Treasurer. BURNS. TENA AVALENE; Jesup B.B.A. ACCOUNTING; Alpha Lambda Delta; Economics Society Phi Chi Theta, President; P.O.W., Treasurer; Canterbury Club U.G.R.A.; Student Union Council. SIXTH ROW: BURRELL, ROBIN NEWTON; Atlanta: B.B.A. IN MARKETING. BURRIACK. JOHN STEPHEN; New York. N. Y.: B.B.A.; Thalian- Blackfriars; University Theater; Cosmopolitan Club; Athens Amateur Radio Club. BURROUGHS. JAMES A.; Atlanta; B.S. IN BIOLOGY. BUSH. JOHN E.; Finleyson; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Red and Black Staff; University of Georgia Band. BUSH. MAR- JORIE HARRIS; Decatur: B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Homecon Club. BUSH. THOMAS ELIJAH. JR.; Colquitt; B.S. IN ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; Saddle and Sirloin. BUSSEY, LYNWARD SUMMERFIELDE; Macon; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Kappa Delta; Phi Eta Sigma; " X " Club; Varsity Debate Team. BUSSEY. PRESTON BROOKS. JR.; Augusta; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. BUTLER. GLORIA ELOISE; Athens: Kappa Alpha Theta. „ nineteen t, hundred and fift y BURCHAM BURROUGHS BURFORD BUSH. I. E. BURKE, H. C. BUSH. M. H. BURKE. L. F. BUSH. T. E. BURKETT BUSSEY, L. S. BURNS, R. C. BUSSEY. P. B. BURNS, T. A. BUTLER, G. E. BUTLER, J. T. BUTLER, O. L. BUTTS, F. W. BUTTS, J. B. CAGLE CAINE CALLAWAY, H. CALLAWAY. M. I. CAMP, H. E. CAMP, I. B. CAMPBELL, C. E. CAMPBELL, C. S. CANN CANNON. B. M CANNON, D. J. CANNON, J. R. CANNON, I. A. CANNON, R. T. CANTEY CAREY CARPER CARSON CARTER, G. M. CARTER, O. W. CARTER, S. C. CARTER, W. E. CARVER CASEY SENIOR CLASS AS YOU WILL CASEY, M. M. CHANCE CASH CHANCEY FIRST ROW: BUTLER. JOSEPH THORNTON; Decatur; B.B.A. MARKETING; Deraosthenian Lit. Soc. BUTLER. OTHO LEE; Ambrose; B.S.A. VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE; Student Union Board; Glee Club. President; Cheerleader; Baptist Training Union. BUTTS, FAYE W.; Athens; A.B.J. ADVERTISING; Delta Delta Delta. BUTTS. JOHN BOYD, JR.; Milledgeville; PHARMACY; Kappa Sigma, President; Rho Chi Society; American Pharmaceutical Association. CAGLE. CHARLOTTE MARIE; Jasper; B.S. EDUCATION. CAINE. RUTH SHIRLEY; Greenville, S. C; B.A. ARTS AND SCIENCES; Kappa Delta. CALLAWAY. HUBERT CLIFTON; Collins; A.B. JOURNALISM; Demosthenian Lit. Soc.; Georgia Cracker, Manag- ing Editor. SECOND ROW: CALLAWAY, MARTHA IRVIN; Lexington; B.S. EDUCATION. CAMP. HIRAM EDWARD, JR.: Jonesboro: LAW; Sigma Chi; Phi Alpha Delta; Bulldog Club. CAMP, JOE B.; Dallas; B.S. AGRI- CULTURAL ENGINEERING. CAMPBELL, CHARLES EDWARD; Marblehead, Mass.; B.B.A. COMMERCE; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. CAMPBELL. CLIFFORD STEWART, JR.; Covington; B.B.A. MARKET- ING; Phi Delta Theta. CANN. SAMUEL ADAMS; Savannah; B.S. CHEMISTRY; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; X-Club; Dean ' s List; Pi Sigma Alpha; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc; International Relations Club. CANNON. BUFORD MULLIS; Fort Valley; AGRI- CULTURE. THIRD ROW: - CANNON. DEORE J.; Athens; A.B. ARTS AND SCIENCES; Psi Chi. CANNON. JEFFIE RUDOLPH; Fort Valley; ARTS AND SCIENCES. CANNON. JOE A.; Blakeley; VOCATIONAL AGRI- CULTURE; Alpha Gamma Rho; Gaflau Club. CANNON. REGI- NALD TRUETT; Toomsboro; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Theta Chi; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc; Economics Club; Baptist Student Union. CANTEY, ROBERT CHRISTOPER: La Grange; B.S. AGRICULTURE. CAREY. MARION L.; Athens; B.B.A. COMMERCE. CARPER. BETTY LYN; Rome; A.B. ENGLISH; Kappa Delta, President; Honor ' s Day; Pioneer Club. FOURTH ROW: CARSON, JOE M.; Dalton; AGRICULTURE. CARTER. GRAHAN McNEIL; Centerbrook. Conn.; B.S.A. AGRONOMY; Agronomy Club. CARTER. OLLIE WINFORD; Surrency; B.S. AGRICULTURE. CARTER. SCHIRM C: Savannah: B.B.A. COMMERCE. CARTER. WALLACE EUGENE; Waycross; B.S. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION; Theta Chi, Vice-President; Distributive Education Club; Inter- fraternity Council. CARVER, WILLIAM HAMPTON; Atlanta; B.S. Zoology. CASEY. EDWIN ROY; Cedartown: AGRICULTURE. FIFTH ROW: CASEY. MARGIE M.; Adairsville; A.B. JOURNALISM. CASH. THOMAS B.; Ashland; B.S. AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS. CASHIN. HENRY JOSEPH: Augusta; B.S. CHEMISTRY. CASON. LOIS R.: Vienna; B.S. EDUCATION; Alpha Omicron Pi. CASTEL- LAW. CHARLES DANIEL; Locust Grove; B.S. CHEMISTRY; Alpha Tau Omega; Baptist Student Union. CASTLEBERRY, IVA LOU; Lumpkin; B.S. HOME ECONOMICS; Homecon Club. CAWLEY. FORREST PHILIP. JR.; Sparta; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. CHAFIN. BETTY JEAN; McDonough; B.S. COMMERCIAL EDUCA- TION; Alpha Gamma Delta. CHANCE. CATHERINE D.; Athens; A.B. LANGUAGE; Chi Omega; Mortar Board, President; Canter- bury Club, Secretary-Treasurer. SIXTH ROW: CHANCE. MARY LUCILLE; Sardis; B.B.A. INDUSTRIAL RELA- TIONS AND PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION; Baptist Student Union Council. CHANCEY. MARJORIE JEAN; Atlanta; B.S. EDUCATION. CHANDLER. BETTY ANNE; Marietta; A.B. JOURNALISM; Alpha Lambda Delta, President; Pythagorean Math Club, President; Theta Sigma Phi, President; Zodiac; Di- gamma Kappa, Secretary-Treasurer; Red and Black, Society Editor, Woman ' s Editor; Pandora; Georgia Cracker; Student Government; Tennis Club. CHANDLER. CHARLES EDWARD; Bowman; A.B. HISTORY. CHANDLER. ROBERT CYRIL; Bamesville; B.S. EDUCA- TION. CHANIN. ZELDA; Macon; A.B. JOURNALISM; Delta Phi Epsilon; Pandora Beauty Review. CHAPMAN. DAVID RONALD; Decatur; A.B.J. ADVERTISING. CHAPMAN, PAUL W.; Athens; B.B.A. COMMERCE; Sigma Chi. CHASTAIN. HARRY NORMAN; Brunswick; PHARMACY; Pi Kappa Phi; American Pharmaceutical Association; Inter-fraternity Council. • nineteen t hundred and fift y CASHIN CASON CASTELLAW CHANDLER. B. A. CHANDLER, C. E. CHANDLER, R. C. CASTLEBERRY CHANIN CAWLEY CHAPMAN. D. R. CHAFIN CHANCE. C. D. CHASTAIN, H. D. CHAPMAN, P. W. CHASTAIN CHURCH, M. A. CLARK, I. E. CLAXTON CHERRY CHURCH, R. N. CLARK, J. W. CLAY CHESTER CIANDRINI CLARK, J. G. CLAY CHEVREMONT CLARK, A. E. CLARK, M. H. CLEMENT CHEW CLARE CLARK, N. J. CLIATT CHRISTO CLARK, B. JO. CLARK, P. CLIFTON, E. E. CHRISTOPHER CLARK, G. C. CLARKE CLIFTON, L. SENIOR CLASS •I KNOW IT ' S HERE SOMEWHERE CLOER COHEN, A. I. FIRST ROW: FOURTH ROW: CHASTAIN. PATRICIA ANNE; Thomasville; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Kappa Delta. CHERRY, MAXIE JANE; Donalsonville; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Alpha Chi Omega; Homecon Club; Cheer Leader; Bulldog Club; Glee Club. CHESTER. HELEN MARGARET; Whigham; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS. CHEVREMONT. TONY; Sanlurce, Puerto Rico: B.B.A. IN MARKETING; Alpha Beta Chi Cosmopolitan Club, Vice-President; Demosthenian; Amvet; Navy- Club. CHEW, HARRY HAYES; Crawfordville: B.B.A.; Pi Kappa Phi; Alpha Kappa Psi; Economics Society. CHRISTO, LOUIS; Albany; B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION; Men ' s Physical Educa- tion Club, President; Softball; Basketball. CHRISTOPHER. JOHN L:: Athens: VETERINARY MEDICINE; Alpha Psi; Veterinary Science Club. CLAXTON, ERNEST J.. JR.: Swainsboro; INDUSTRIAL ARTS; Sigma Pi. CLAY. EDWIN MORRIS; Rossville; B.B.A. IN AERONAUTICAL ADMINISTRATION; Phi Gamma Phi; Varsity Club; Baseball. CLAY. ROBERT AUGUSTUS; DeSoto; B.B.A. IN FINANCE. CLE- MENT, WILLIAM M.: Rome: B.S.A. CLIATT, NAN: Villa Rica: B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Homecon Club. CLIFTON, ELLIS EARL; Douglas; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Demosthenian, Vice-Presi- dent, Sergeant-at-Arms, Secretary; Sigma Delta Chi; Red and Black, Managing Editor, News Editor, Assistant News Editor. CLIFTON. LAMAR: Albany: A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Sigma Delta Chi, Secretary; Scabbard and Blade; " X " Club; Blue Key, Red and Black; Demosthenian Lit. Soa, Vice-President. SECOND ROW: CHURCH, MARGARET ANN; Bremen; B.F.A. IN VOICE; Alpha Omicron Pi; Sigma Alpha Iota; A Capella Choir, Secretary. CHURCH, ROBERT N.. JR.: Atlanta: B.B.A. IN FINANCE; Alpha Kappa Psi; Economics Society; Intra-Mural Football, Baseball. CIANDRINI. FRANK B.; Tuckahoe, N. Y.; B.S. IN PHYSICS; Sigma Pi Sigma. CLARK. ANN ELIZABETH; Atlanta; B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION; Delta Delta Delta, President; Pionee: Club, Secretary and Inner Circle; Education Club; Red and Black; Student Government Representative. CLARK, BETTY J.: Lyons: B.S. IN ZOOLOGY; Pi Tau Chi; Wesley Foundation, Secretary; Wesley Player. CLARK, BETTY JO; Stockbridge: B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION; Kappa Kappa Gamma. CLARK, GEORGE CORNELIUS; Waycross; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. THIRD ROW: CLARK. JACK EARLE; Atlanta; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Sigma Chi; Alpha Kappa Psi, Vice-President; Pythagorean Club, Vice-President; Georgia Cracker, Advertising Staff. CLARK, JAMES WILEY, JR.: Stockbridge; B.S. IN PHARMACY; Sigma Nu. CLARK, JOHN GORDON, JR.: Augusta; B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING. CLARK. MARTHA H; Louisville. Ky.; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Chi Omega- Phi Upsilon Omicron; Homecon Club, President; Ag Hill Council. CLARK. NELL JEANETTE; Menlo; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Alpha Chi Omega; Homecon Club. CLARK. PATSY; Macon; B.F.A. IN ART; Chi Omega; Art Students League; Canterbury Club. CLARKE. JOHN B.; Donalsonville; B.B.A.; Pi Kappa Phi. FIFTH ROW: CLINE. PIERCE L.; Oxford; B.S. IN AGRONOMY; Men ' s Glee Club; University Aero Club, Vice-President; Ag Economics Club; Wesley Foundation Council; University Band. CLOER, ROSS ALEXANDER: Young Harris; B.S. IN PHARMACY. COBB. LAWR- ENCE PAUL. JR.; Atlanta; B.B.A.; Delta Tau Delta; Men ' s Glee Club; University of Georgia Aero Club. COBB, LEONARD F.; Bogart; B.S.A. IN HORTICULTURE. COBB, THEODORE KELLER; Decatur; A.B. IN ECONOMICS. COBURN. MARVIN JEROME; Augusta; B.B.A. IN INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT; Tau Epsilon Phi; Varsity Swimming, Weightlifting; Flying Club. CODY, GRADY RANDALL; Griffin; B.B.A.; Sigma Pi. COFER. HAL LEWIS; Athens: B.B.A. COFER. RICHARD MAULDIN; Athens; B.B.A. IN MANAGEMENT; Sigma Chi; De Molay; Golf Team. SIXTH ROW: COHEN. ADRIAN. JR.: Augusta; B.B.A.; Phi Epsilon Pi; Pytha- gorean Club; R.O.T.C. Rifle Club. COHEN. ARTHUR I.; New York. N. Y.; B.B.A. IN MANAGEMENT; Tau Epsilon Phi; Thalian- Blackfriars; Hillel Honor Society; University Theater, Business Manager; Hillel Foundation, Treasurer; International Relations Club; Student Federalist; Alpha Phi Omega; U.G.R.A., Freshman and Sophomore Cabinets. COHEN. HENRY RUSSELL; Waynes- boro; PHARMACY. COHEN. JERALD; Alma; B.B.A.; Tau Epsilon Phi; Intra-Mural Football, Basketball; Hillel Foundation; I.Z.F.A. COHN, LAWRENCE LEE; Atlanta; B.A. IN JOURNA LISM; Alpha Epsilon Pi. COLE. HAROLD OLIN; Carnesville: B.S.A. IN ANIMAL HUSBANDRY. COLE, HAROLD T.: ViUa Rica; B.B.A.; Alpha Tau Omega. COLEMAN. EMMETT LEE; Barnesville; B.B.A.; Kappa Alpha. COLEMAN. HAROLD LLOYD; Roopville; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY; Vice-President Freshman Class; Football. • nineteen t hundred and fift y COBB, L. P. COHEN, H. R. COBB. L. F. COHEN. J. COBB, T. K. COHN COBURN COLE, H. O. CODY COLE. H. T. COFER, H. L. COFER, R. M. COLEMAN, E. L. COLEMAN. H. L. r COLLIER COLLINS, C. L. COLLINS, H. R. COLLINS, I. E. COLLINS, L. H. COLLINS, N. P. COMER, J. E. COMER, R. H. CONE CONEY CONNER, D. B. CONNER, J. S. COOK, B. V. COOK, H. E. COOK, J. D. COOK, J. H. COOLEY COOPER CORAM CORDELL CORE CORTEZ CORWELL COTTON COURSEY COVINGTON COWART, A. COWART, B. F SENIOR CLASS WELL; TECH HAS MAJORETTES, TOO . . .! COWART, J. L. CRAVEY COWART, I. M. CRAWFORD FIRST ROW: COLLIER, HORACE GEORGE; Augusta: B.S. FORESTRY. COL- LINS. CECIL LENNIS; Fort Valley; B.S. AGRONOMY; Agronomy Club. COLLINS, HAROLD RICHARD; Decatur; B.B.A. MARKET- ING; Theta Chi. COLLINS. JULIA EDNA; Bogart; B.S. EDUCA- TION. COLLINS, LAUN H.; Cabletown; B.S. PHARMACY; American Pharmaceutical Association. COLLINS. NELL PAGE; Americus; A.B. SOCIOLOGY; Kappa Kappa Gamma. COMER. JAMES E.; Ray City; B.S. PHARMACY. COTTON, DAVID LEE; Savannah; B.B.A. INDUSTRIAL RELA- TIONS; Zeta Psi; Dartmouth Greenbook; Glee Club; International Relations Club; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc. COURSEY, ROBERT WIL- LIAM; Augusta; B.B.A. ACCOUNTING; Delta Sigma Pi. COVING- TON. ARTHUR E. JR.; Lindale; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Glee Club; Demosthenian Lit. Soc. COWART, ANDREW; Gar- field; B.S. AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING; Agricultural Engineer- ing Club. COWART. BENJAMIN F.; Garfield; AGRICULTURE. SECOND ROW: COMER. ROBERT HENRY; Americus; ARTS AND SCIENCES; Baptist Student Union, President; Demosthenian Lit. Soc. CONE, WILLIAM WARNER, JR.; Tampa, Fla.: A.B. JOURNALISM; Red and Black. CONEY. WALTER EUGENE. JR.; Cordele; L.L.B. LAW; Delta Tau Delta; Delta Theta Phi; French Club; Spanish Club; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc.; American Legion; Men ' s Glee Club; University Theatre; Bulldog Club, Secretary, President; Interna- tional Relations Club; Alpha Phi Omega. CONNER, DANIEL BENJAMIN; Milan; B.B.S. ACCOUNTING. CONNER, JOHN SID- NEY; Monroe; B.S.A. AGRICULTURE; Aghon; Georgia Dairyman, Reporter; Dairy Science Club, President. COOK. BERNADENE VOORHEES; Bradenton. Fla.; B.S. HOME ECONOMICS. COOK. HERBERT EUGENE; LoganviUe; AGRICULTURE. THIRD ROW: FIFTH ROW: COWART. JIMMIE LANE; Millen; B.S.A. ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; Pi Kappa Phi; Saddle and Sirloin. COWART, JOHN MARTIN, JR.; Arlington; B.B.A. MANAGEMENT; Phi Delta Theta. COX. CATHA SUE; Savannah; B.S. HOME ECONOMICS; Alpha Gamma Delta; Canterbury Club; Home Economics Club. COX, MARILYN MAR- TIN; Winston-Salem. N. C; COMMERCIAL ART; Kappa Alpha Theta; Arts Students League. COXE. WILLIAM CARL; Claxton; A.B. ENGLISH. CRABILL. CARLETON CARSON; Atlanta; B.S. PHARMACY; American Pharmaceutical Association. CRANDALL. MARY ANN; Macon; B.S. HOME ECONOMICS; P.O.W.; Georgia Agriculturist; Student Government, President; Homecon Club; Glee Club; House President Soule Hall. CRANE, BETTY MAXINE; Athens; B.S. HOME ECONOMICS; Phi Mu; Red and Black. CRANE. CHARLOTTE; Lawrenceville; B.S. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCA- TION; Alpha Chi Omega; Pioneer Club; Distributive Education Club. COOK, JOHN DAVID; Damascus; A.B. JOURNALISM; Demos- thenian Lit. Soc.; Red and Black. COOK, JOHN HOMER; Rome; B.B.A. ACCOUNTING; Kappa Sigma; Varsity Football; G Club. COOLEY, LAMAR F.; Waynesboro: AGRICULTURE. COOPER. MARY ALLGOOD; Rome; B.A. ENGLISH; Chi Omega; Dolphin Club; Hunt Club; Tennis Club; Pandora Beauty Review. CORAM, ALBERT RUSSELL; Sylvester; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Sigma Chi; Delta Sigma Pi; Demosthenian Lit. Soc. CORDELL, ACTOR; KartweU; A.B. JOURNALISM; Red and Black. CORE, MACON G.; Athens: FINE ARTS; Phi Kappa Alpha. FOURTH ROW: CORTEZ. RICHARD BYRON; Atlanta; A.B. JOURNALISM; Di Gamma Kappa; Glee Club; Aero Club; Newman Club. COR- WELL. DOROTHY PIERCE; Chamblee; B.S. HOME ECONOMICS. SIXTH ROW: CRAVEY. ZACK DANIEL. JR.; B.B.A. COMMERCE; Phi Delta Theta. CRAWFORD, CHARLES RICHMOND. JR.; Lexington; B.B.A. COMMERCE; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc. CRAWLEY. THOMAS HERBERT; Athens; B.S. PHARMACY; Lambda Chi Alpha; Alpha Psi Omega; Alpha Phi Omega; American Pharmaceutical Association. CREEL, WAYMAN O.; College Park; B.S. EDUCATION; Kappa Alpha. CREWS, CLARENCE M. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION . CRTMMINS, LAURENCE TARVER Macon; VETERINARY MEDICINE; Alpha Zeta; Aghon; Blue Key; Omicron Delta Kappa; Gridiron; Alpha Psi; X-Club; Georgia Agriculturist, Reporter. CROOK. CULLEN CECIL; Dixie; VOCA- TIONAL AGRICULTURE. CROOK. FLORENCE MARGARET; At- lanta; B.S. EDUCATION; Kappa Alpha Theta. CROOKS. MAR- THA; Jefferson; B.S. HOME ECONOMICS. - nineteen t hundred and fift y cox. c. s. CRAWLEY COX. M. M. CREEL COXE, W. C. CREWS CRABILL CRIMMINS CRANDALL CROOK. C. C. CRANE, B. M. CROOK, F. M. CRANE, C. CROOKS CROUCH. C. M. CULPEPPER, J. G. DANIEL. G. L. DAVID CROUCH, T. I. CULVERHOUSE DANIEL, I. H. DAVIDSON, I. S. CROUCH, W. D. CUMMINGS DANIELSON DAVIDSON, S. CROUCH, W. A. CUSTER DANION DAVIS, A. L. CROUT DALAND DANTZLER DAVIS, C. M. CULLUM DALEY DARLEY DAVIS, C. H. CULPEPPER, B. A. DANIEL, E. G. DAVENPORT DAVIS, C. B. SENIOR CLASS " I ' LL TAKE TWO OF ' EM . . . " DAVIS, J. O. DEEN FIRST ROW: CROUCH. COMDINS MARVIN; Augusta; B.S. PHARMACY; Amer- ican Pharmaceutical Association. CROUCH. THOMAS JEFFER- SON; Valdosta; B.S. ZOOLOGY; Emory Spoke; Band; Glee Club; Pre-Med Club; International Relations Club. CROUCH. WALTER DOZIER; Albany; A.B.J. ADVERTISING; Alpha Tau Omega. CROUCH. WILLIAM ALFRED; Swainsboro; B.F.A. ART. CROUT. ALOIS WENDELL; College Park; ARTS AND SCIENCES; Sigma Pi. CULLUM, Henry Allen; Monticello: B.B.A. ACCOUNTING; Masonic Club. CULPEPPER, BELAH ALTON. JR.; Augusta; A.B.J. RADIO; Delta Tau Delta. Cochran; B.S. EDUCATION; Delta Phi Epsilon; Woman ' s Athletic Association; Hillel Foundation. DAVIS. ALFRED LEE. JR.; Atlanta; B.S. ZOOLOGY; Glee Club; A Capella Choir; Baptist Student Union, Executive Council. DAVIS. CALVIN MARION; Wrights- ville; VETERINARY MEDICINE; Alpha Psi; Alpha Zeta; Veterinary Science Club. DAVIS. CHARLES HUBERT; Savannah; LAND- SCAPE ARCHITECTURE. DAVIS. CORNELIUS B.; Elberton; A.B. PHILOSOPHY; Kappa Alpha; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc.; U.G.R.A., President; Philosophy Club, President; University Band; Glee Club. SECOND ROW: CULPEPPER, JAMES G.: Talbotton; B.S. AGRICULTURAL ENGIN- EERING; Alpha Gamma Rho. CULVERHOUSE, WALTER GREEN, JR.; Cartersville: AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS. CUMMINGS. JEAN CAROLYN; Douglas; B.F.A. DRAMA; Alpha Psi Omega; Thalian Blackfriars; University Band. CUSTER, RICHARD L.; Montrose; A.B. POLITICAL SCIENCE; Political Science Club; International Relations Club; Demosthenian Lit. Soc; Professor Seminar. DALAND, RUTH WINONA; Wakefield. Mass.; B.S. EDUCATION. DALEY. JULIAN C; Atlanta; B.B.A. FINANCE; Chi Phi. DANIEL, EDGAR GROOVER; Millen; B.S. PHYSICAL EDUCATION; Alpha Tau Omega; Physical Education Club; Baseball. FIFTH ROW: DAVIS, JAMES O.; Cave Springs: B.B.A. BUSINESS ADMINISTRA- TION. DAVIS. JAMES POPE; Chipley; B.B.A. MARKETING. DAVIS. RICHARD BRAILSFORD; Columbia. S. C; B.S.A. HORTI- CULTURE; Floricultural Club. DAVIS, SAM TALMADGE; Griffin; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. DAVIS. SAM THOMAS; Chat- tanooga, Tenn.; B.S. PHARMACY; American Pharmaceutical As- sociation. DEAN. JAMES EDWIN; Manchester; B.F.A. MUSIC. DEARING. ROBERT DANIEL; Athens; B.B.A. ACCOUNTING. DEATH, FLORENCE ELIZABETH; Atlanta; B.S. HOME ECONOMICS; Cosmopolitan Club; Homecon Club. DEATH, MARTHA R.; Atlanta; A.B. POLITICAL SCIENCE; Pi Sigma Alpha; Math Club; French Club; Zodiac; Alpha Lambda Delta. THIRD ROW: DANIEL, GARNETT LEE, JR.: Athens; B.B.A. MARKETING; Sigma Chi. DANIEL. JUDSON HENRY; Americus; B.S.A. ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; Baptist Student Union. DANIELSON. BEVERLY JOANN; Atlanta; B.F.A. INTERIOR DESIGN. DANION. JAMES RICHARD; Wilmington. N. C; AGRICULTURE. DANTZLER. SHERMAN SCOTT; Athens; B.B.A. FINANCE; Chi Phi; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc. DARLEY, HERBERT WRIGHT; Brunswick; B.S. FORES- TRY; Forestry Club. DAVENPORT, THOMAS W.; Blakely; B.S. AGRICULTURE. FOURTH ROW: DAVID. EDGAR GEORGE; Atlanta: B.S. PSYCHOLOGY; Kappa Alpha; Boxing Team; Phi Kappa Lit Soc. DAVIDSON. JACK S.; Athens; L.L.B. LAW; Phi Alpha Delta. DAVIDSON, SHIRLEY; SIXTH ROW: DEEN. BRASWELL DRUE. JR.; Alma; L.L.B. LAW; Pi Kappa Alpha, President, Vice-President, Secretary; Delta Theta Phi, Vice-President; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc. DEKLE. MRS. RAY T.; Metter; B.S. HOME ECONOMICS. DeLaPERRIERE. JAMES ERNEST; Win- der; B.B.A. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc; Biftad, President; Football Team, Manager; Vice-President Freshman Class. DELLINGER, WILLIAM HAROLD; Atlanta; B.B.A. MARKETING; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc DeLOACH. HERBERT RAY; Claxton; B.F.A. ART; Arts Students League. DeMARS. JEAN ELOISE; Savannah; B.S. HOME ECONOMICS; Pi Beta Phi; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Homecon Club; Canterbury Club; U.G.R.A.; College Home Economics Clubs, President. DENNEY, WAYNE TILLMAN; Hogansville; B.S. EDU- CATION. DEVANEY. EDWARD DELMAR. JR.; Augusta; B.B.A. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. DEVON, CHARLES GOHL; Atlanta; B.F.A. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE; Sigma Nu; Georgia Band; Georgia Bulldogs Orchestra. • nineteen t hundred and fift y DAVIS, B. B. DeLaPERRIERE DAVIS, S. TAL DELLINGER DAVIS, S. T. DELOACH DEAN DeMARS DEARING DENNY DEATH, F. E. DEATH, M. R. DeVANEY DEVON DIAMOND DICKINSON DILL DILLARD DIXON DODD DOGEN DODGEN DOMINEY DONALDSON DORMINY DORWARD DOVE DOWIS, L. E DOWIS. L. N. DRAKE. L. M. DRAKE, R. L. DRAKE, V. B. DRAWDY DREXEL DRIVER DHUHY, L. N. DHUHY, D. H. DUCEY DUGGAN DUKE DUNCAN DUNN, B. H. SENIOR CLASS " WHAT YOU DOING AFTER THE SHOW? " FIRST ROW: DIAMOND, VIRGINIA ROSE; Atlanta; B.B.S. IN EDUCATION; Delta Phi Epsilon; Alpha Lambda Delta; Hillel. DICKINSON. JANE STAGE; Miami Beach. Fla.; A.B. IN ENGLISH LITERATURE; Delta Delta Delta; Pioneer Club; Red and Black, Women Sports Editor. DILL. RICHARD ARNOLD; Atlanta; B.B.A. IN MARKET- ING; Sigma Nu; Demosthenian; Political Science Club. D1LLARD. WILLIAM FRANK, JR.; Cusseta; B.S.A. DIXON, EUGENE; Baxley; A.B.J. IN RADIO. DODD, WILLIAM BARROW; Buford; B.B.A. IN MARKETING. DOGEN. JEANiNE GERALDINE; Atlanta: B.S. IN PHARMACY; Alpha Omicron Pi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Womens Athletic Association; American Pharmaceutical As- sociation. FOURTH ROW: DRURY, LISTON NATHANIEL; Jacksonville. Fla.; B.S. IN AGRI- CULTURAL ENGINEERING; Ag Engineering Club; Baptist Student Union. DRURY, ROBERT DAVID; St Mary ' s; B.B.A. DUCEY. FREDERICK EMMETT. JR.; Savannah; VETERINARY MEDICINE; Alpha Psi; Veterinary Science Club, President; Ag Hill Council. DUGGAN, JOHN EDMONDSON; Gordon; B.S.A. DUKE, WELBORN ARTHUR; Faceville; B.S.A.E.; Ag Engineering Club, Vice-President. DUNCAN, RALPH V.; Millhaven; B.F.A. IN ART. DUNN, BYRON HARRISON; Zebulon: B.S. IN CHEMISTRY; Gamma Sigma Epsilon. SECOND ROW: DODGEN, OLLIE M.; Monroe; VETERINARY MEDICINE. DOM- INEY, MARY FRANCES: Atlanta; B.A. IN GEOGRAPHY; Alpha Gamma Delta, Chaplin; Red and Black; Pandora; Co-ordinate Clips; Tennis Club; " G " Club; V.R.A. Council; Panhellanic Council; Newman Club, President; Inter-Faith Council. DONALD- SON, JAMES HOBSON; Statesboro; B.B.A. DORMINY, MIGNON GRESHAM; Union Point; B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. DORWARD, BARBARA; Atlanta; ARTS AND SCIENCES; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pythagorean Club. DOVE, BETTY RUTH; Royston; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS. DOWIS, LEONARD EARL; Lavonia: B.S. IN DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION. FIFTH ROW: DUNN, DOT; Atlanta; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Alpha Delta Pi. DUNN, SHIRLEY HARRIET: Dublin: B.S. IN DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCA- TION; Delta Phi Epsilon; Distributive Education Club. DUNNING, MARION; Blakely; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Phi Upsilon Omicron, Corresponding Secretary; Homecon; P.O.W.; Dean ' s List. DuPREE, STANLEY MARTIN: Gordon; B.S. IN PHARMACY; American Pharmaceutical Association. DYE, JOE TRAVIS; Elber- ton; B.F.A. IN ART; Georgia Cracker, Art Staff. DYE, OBE D., JR.: Athens; VETERINARY MEDICINE; Alpha Psi; Aghon; Alpha Zeta; Veterinary Science Club, Vice-President. EADIE. FRANK HOUS- TON; Atlanta; FORESTRY. EARLY. CHARLES LAW; Augusta; B.B.A. IN INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT. EASTERLY, WILLIAM DELMON, JR.; Sheridan, Ark.; PHARMACY; Rho Chi; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; American Pharmaceutical Association. THIRD ROW: DOWIS, LOVIE N.; Lavonia; ARTS AND SCIENCES. DRAKE. LEILA MAE; College Park; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Kappa Alpha Theta, President, Corresponding Secretary; V.R.A. Cabinet; Pioneer Club; Canterbury Club. DRAKE, ROSCOE LEE; Collins; VETER- INARY MEDICINE; Alpha Psi; Veterinary Science Club. DRAKE, VIRGINIA BYRD; Atlanta; A.B. IN FRENCH; Kappa Alpha Theta; French Club, Vice-President. DRAWDY, EDWARD CECIL; Walter- boro, S. C; B.S.A.E.; Alpha Tau Omega; Ag Engineering Club. DREXEL, RICHARD JACOB; Valdosta; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. DRIVER, MATTIE ESTELLE; Ellaville; B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCA- TION; Womens Athletic Association. SIXTH ROW: ECHOLS, MARIAN WISE; Quitman: B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCA- TION. EDGE, CARL CARTER, JR.; Canton; B.S. IN BIOLOGY; Phi Delta Theta. EDMONDSON, J. E.; Temple; L.L.B.-B.B.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha. EDMONDSON. JOHN REX; Atlanta; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Pi Kappa Alpha; Red and Black, Sports Editor, Feature Editor, Editorial Associate; Georgia Cracker, Sports Editor. EDMONDSON, WILLIAM KENNETH; Atlanta; B.B.A. IN MARKET- ING; Alpha Tau Omega, Secretary, Treasurer; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc; Economics Society. EDWARDS, BETTY KATHRYN; Bogart; B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. EDWARDS. EMILY WYNNE; Au- gusta; B.A. IN FRENCH; Alpha Delta Pi. EDWARDS, JOSEPH BRYANT; Raymond: B.S. IN CHEMISTRY; Pi Kappa Phi. ED- WARDS, JOSEPH NATHANIEL; Madison; EDUCATION. • nineteen t hundred and fift y DUNNING DuPHEE DYE, J. T. DYE, O. D. EDMONDSON, J. E. EDMONDSON, J. R. EDMONDSON, W. K. EDWARDS, B. K. EADIE EDWARDS, E. W. EARLY EDWARDS, J. B. EASTERLY EDWARDS, J. H. EDWARDS ELLIS ERWIN FARBEH EIDSON ELLISON ESCOE FARRAR EISENHARD? ELROD EUBANKS. T. E. FAULK, F. F. ELDER ENGLISH EUBANKS, W. M. FAULK, M. B. ELKINS ENTREKIN EVANS, G. V. FEINBERG ELLINGTON, H. G. EPPS EVANS, W. B. FELKER ELLINGTON, J. E. EPSTEIN EVERETT FENDIG SENIOR CLASS FENDER FETNER FISHER, J. N. FITZGERALD, C. V. FIRST ROW: EDWARDS. MARTHA ELIZABETH; Lexington: A.B. JOURNALISM. EIDSON. MARY BROCK; East Point; ARTS AND SCIENCES. EISENHARDT. EDWARD BURKS; Atlanta; BUSINESS ADMINIS- TRATION; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ELDER. NATHAN THOMAS; Athens; PHARMACY. ELKINS. JANE; Baxley; B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION; Delta Phi Epsilon; Hillel Foundation. ELLINGTON. HOWARD GRAVES; Covington; FORESTRY. ELLINGTON. JOHN ERROL; Soperton; FORESTRY; Sigma Nu; Forestry Club. LAW; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc., Chief Justice; Swimming Team; Wrestling Team; Rifle Team. FAULK, MARKO BURKE; Jeffersonville; AGRICULTURAL ENGIN- EERING. FEINBERG. GERRY; Thomasville; A.B. ADVERTISING; Delta Phi Epsilon; Hillel Foundation. FELKER. KERT BOONE; Atlanta: B.S. FORESTRY; Sigma Pi; Forestry Club. FENDIG. EDWIN R.. JR.; St. Simons; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Pi Kappa Alpha. SECOND ROW: ELLIS. CARLEEN S.; Hagan; B.S. EDUCATION. ELLISON. JAMES ALVIN; Belton. S. C: FINE ARTS. ELROD. JOHN E.; Hartwell: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. ENGLISH, JOHN RIFE; Savannah; A.B. POLITICAL SCIENCE; M.A. EDUCATION; Pi Sigma Alpha; Political Science Club, President. ENTREKIN. DURWARD NEAL: Tallapoosa; PHARMACY; Rho Chi, Secretary. EPPS. NELLE PRICE; Athens; FRENCH; Pi Beta Phi; Alpha Lambda Delta. EPSTEIN. RAYMOND LEO; New York. N. Y.; POULTRY HUS- BANDRY; Poultry Science Club; Independents Club. FIFTH ROW: FENDER. HAWARD BROOKS; Stockton; AGRICULTURAL ECO- NOMICS. FETNER. RICHARD LOUIS; Macon; BUSINESS AD- MINISTRATION; Kappa Alpha Mu. FIELDS, NOUIS KENNETH; Swainsboro; AGRICULTURE. FIELDS. WILLIAM DOYLE; Glen- wood; B.S. PHARMACY; Theta Chi. FINDLEY, RUSSELL DeVERE; Uvalda;: B.B.A. ACCOUNIING; Phi Kappa Tau; Alpha Kappa Psi. FINN. RICHARD; Newton Centre. Mass.; ARTS AND SCIENCES; Hillel Foundation; Intercollegiate Zionist Federation. FISHER. BETTY DAUBS; Decatur; B.S. HOME ECONOMICS. FISHER. CLARENCE, JR.; Battleboro. N. C; ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; Saddle and Sirloin Club; Alpha Zeta; Intercollegiate Livestock Judging. FiSHER. JAMES HILLYER; Clayton; VETERINARY MEDI- CINE; Alpha Psi. THIRD ROW: ERWIN. ALICE G.: Athens; A.B. ARTS AND SCIENCES; Kappa Kappa Gamma. ESCOE. RICHARD STANHOPE; Jefferson; BUSI- NESS ADMINISTRATION. EUBANKS. THOMAS EUGENE; Morgan; B.S. CHEMISTRY. EUBANKS, WILLIAM MALCOLM; Augusta; B.S. CHEMISTRY. EVANS. GUY VINCENT; Moreland; B.S. PHARMACY; American Pharmaceutical Association. EVANS. W. B.. JR.; Americus; FORESTRY; Forestry Club. EVERETT. SUE; Augusta; A.B. ENGLISH; Alpha Chi Omega; Alpha Lambda Delta. FOURTH ROW: FARBER. NATHAN; New York. N. Y.: B.S. PRE-MED.; Phi Epsilon Phi; Phi Kappa Lit. So. FAHRAR. JACK T.; Athens; B.A. AERO- NAUTICAL ENGINEERING. FAULK. FRANK FOY; Albany; L.L.B. • nineteen t SIXTH ROW: FISHER. JAMES N.; Decatur; B.S. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. FITZGERALD. CLAYTON VANCE; Camilla; B.S. BOTANY. FITZ- GERALD, TASKA JO STONECYPHER; Lavonia; B.S. HOME ECO- NOMICS; Homecon Club. FLANDERS. BEVERLY JEAN; Swains- boro; FINE ARTS; Alpha Gamma Delta; Art Students League; Women ' s Glee Club; A Capella Choir. FLEMING. HAILEY AL- FORD; Hartwell; B.S. AGRICULTURE. FLETCHER, JAMES MIL- TON; Americus; B.S. EDUCATION; Kappa Delta Pi; Demosthenian Ut. Soc.; Southwestern Club. FLOWERS. THOMAS EDWARD; Rome; VETERINARY MEDICINE. FLOYD. CALVIN MAYO; Cart- ersviUe; A.B. JOURNALISM; Digamma Kappa. FOLWELL. ELEA- NOR EWING; Miami. Fla.; B.S. MUSIC EDUCATION; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Sigma Alpha Iota; Zeta Phi Eta; Women ' s Athletic Association; A Capella Choir. hundred and fift y FIELDS. N. K. FIELDS. W. D. FINDLEY FINN FISHER, B. D. FISHER. C. FISHER. J. H. ITZGERALD. T. FLANDERS FLEMING FLETCHER FLOWERS FLOYD FOLWELL FORD FOSMIRE FOUNTAIN, D. C. FOUNTAIN, R. W. FOWLER, F. E. FOWLER, R. L. FOWLER, W. F. FOX FRABLE FRANCESA FRANKLIN FREDERICK FREDERICKS FREEMAN DMAN. B. R. FRIEDMAN, H. L. FRIEND FRIES FRYE FULGHOM FULGHUM FULLER FULTON FUQUA FUTRAL GADDY GAINES. C. R. GAINES, G. H. SENIOR CLASS " BUT I ' VE GOT TO GRADUATE! ' GARREN GAY GARRETT, H. B. GEORGE FIRST ROW: FORD. GEORGE EDWARD; Tyngsboro. Mass.: B.S. IN EDUCA- TION; Football. FOSMIRE. WILLIAM LEWIS; Savannah; A.B. IN AMERICAN HISTORY. FOUNTAIN. DELBERT CLYDE; Colum- bus; B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING; Delta Sigma Pi. FOUNTAIN. RALPH WARREN. JR.: Gainesville. Fla.: B.S. IN PSYCHOLOGY; Lambda Chi Alpha; Glee Club; Spanish Club. FOWLER. FRAN- CES ELOISE; Marietta; A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY; Chi Omega; Women ' s Athletic Association; Basketball, Volley Ball, Soft Ball. FOWLER. RITA LOUISE; Columbus: A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY; Alpha Lambda Delta. FOWLER. WILLIAM F.; Milledgeville: BUSINESS AD- MINISTRATION. I.F.C. FULTON. C. BEN; Summerville; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Alpha Tau Omega; Sigma Delta Chi; Scabbard and Blade; Red and Black, Sports Editor; R.O.T.C. Rifle Team. FUQUA. BENJA- MIN FRITZ; Jackson; B.S. IN PHARMACY. FUTRAL. JAMES E.; Griifin: B.B.A. GADDY. VIRGIL FRANKLIN; Atlanta; B.S. IN ZOOLOGY. GAINES. CLAUDE RALPH. JR.; Elberton; B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS; Scabbard and Blade; Ag Club; Georgia Agriculturist Staff. GAINES. GEORGE HERMAN; Elber- ton; B.F.A. IN CRAFTS. FIFTH ROW: SECOND ROW: FOX. JACK A.; Etowah. Tenn.; B.S. IN FORESTRY. FRABLE. HOWARD EUGENE. JR.; Weatherly. Penn.; B.F.A. IN COM- MERCIAL ART; Art Students League; Georgia Cracker, Assistant Art Editor. FRANCESA. DORIS TINE; Fayetteville. W. Va.; A.B. IN ENGLISH. FRANKLIN. ALEX WHITE. Plainville; AGRICUL- TURE. FREDERICK, CECIL HULETE; Tilton; B.S. IN EDUCATION. FREDERICKS, H. BRUCE; Brooklyn. N. Y.; BUSINESS ADMINIS- TRATION. FREEMAN. RALPH WINTON; Sylvania; L.L.B. IN LAW; Phi Alpha Delta. GARREN. VERNON JOHN. JR.: Atlanta; B.B.A. IN MARKETING; Alpha Tau Omega; Economics Society. GARRETT, HOMER BROCK: Decatur; B.A. IN ARTS AND SCIENCES. GARRETT. JAMES LEROY: Valdosta; B.S.A. IN ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; Saddle and Sirloin Club. GARRISON, ELLEN R.; Cornelia: B.F.A. IN ART EDUCATION; Art Students League; Alpha Lambda Delta. GARTRELL, ROBERT GENTRY; Blue Ridge. GATTIS. SIDNEY TROY, JR.; Porterdale: B.S. IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE; Landscape Architecture Club. GAULDING. CHARLOTTE ANNE; Atlanta; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Alpha Omicron Pi; Phi Upsilon Omicron. GAY. CRAIG; MUlen; B.S.A. IN ANIMAL HUS- BANDRY; Delta Tau Delta; Saddle and Sirloin Club. GAY. JOHN H.. JR.: Garfield. THIRD ROW: FRIEDMAN, BARBARA ROSE; Atlanta; B.S. IN EUDCATION; Delta Phi Epsilon, Corresponding Secretary; Hillel; A.C.E. FRIED- MAN. HAROLD LEE: Brunswick: B.B.A. IN FINANCE; Pi Kappa Alpha. FRIEND. BALFOURA; Shanghai. China; A.B. IN JOURNAL- ISM; Mortar Board; Cosmopolitan Club; Hillel; U.G.R.A. FRIES, SHIRLEY JANE; Savannah; PSYCHOLOGY; Alpha Omicron Pi. FRYE. SAMUEL WARREN: Griifin; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. FULGHOM, MELVER MARVIN; Camilla; B.S.A.; Sigma Nu. FUL- GHUM. TOM RUFFIN. Ill; Richmond. Va.; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Kappa Sigma; Alpha Pi Delta; Demosthenian Lit. Soc. FOURTH ROW: FULLER, JOHN E.; Miami Beach. Fla.; B.S.A. IN ANIMAL HUS- BANDRY; Alpha Gamma Rho; Saddle and Sirloin; Judging Team; - nineteen t, SIXTH ROW: GAY. JR. TOWNS TOLBERT; La Grange. GEORGE. HENRY HOLMES; Cherryville. N. C; B.S. FORESTRY. GERRETT. GLEN F.; Youngsville. Pa.: B.A. FINANCE; GIBBS. DOROTHY LOVONIA; Ocilla; B.S.H.E.; Homecon; 4-H Club; B.S.U. GIBBS, WILLIE AL- TON: Abbeville: B.S. ED. DISTRIBUTIVE ED.; Distributive Ed. Club. GIBSON, KENNETH BROOKS; Macon; FORESTRY. GIBSON. ROBERT J.; Mt. Zion: B.S. ZOOLOGY; Delta Sigma Pi. GIDLEY. THOMAS G.; Athens; B.F.A. DRAWING PAINTING; Art Students League; Thalian-Blackfriars; DeMolay Club; Varsity Swimming Team. GIGNILLIAT. IRIS HART; Savannah; B.F.A.; Phi Mu Sorority; Representative to Panhellenic; Tennis Club; Art Students League; U.G.R.A.; Canterbury Club. hundred and fift y GARHETT. J. L. GARRETT. G. F. GARRISON GIBBS. D. L. GARTRELL GIBBS, W. A. GATTIS GIBSON. K. B. GAULDING GIBSON. R. J. GAY, C. GIDLEY GILBERT. B. G. GILBERT, M. GILES GILL GILMORE, A. A. GILMORE, J. R. GISSENDANNER GLASS GLEESON GLENN, C. A. GLENN, J. C. GNEHM, J. R. GODBEE GOLDBERG GOLDEN GOLDMAN GOODMAN GOODSON, T. W. GOODSON, W. O. GOODWIN GORDY GORNTO, M. W. GORNTO. R. C. GRAHAM GRANADE GRAVES GREAR GREEN, J. S. SENIOR CLASS " I DON ' T WANNA ' SMILE GREEN, M. F. GRIGG GREENE, W. B. GRINER i H FIRST ROW: GILBERT. BETTY GRAYSON: Savannah: B.S. IN EDUCATION; Kappa Delta; Pioneer Club; A.C.E.; Newman Club; Geechee Club. GILBERT. MARGARET; Augusta; A.B. IN HISTORY. GILES. MARTHA MARIE; Chattanooga. Tenn.; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS. GILL. CARRIE L.; Commerce: A.B. IN ENGLISH. GILMORE. ABRAM ALBERT; Blackshear; B.S. IN PHARMACY; Tau Epsilon Phi; Rho Chi; American Pharmaceutical Association. GILMORE, JAMES ROBSON: Milledgeville; B.B.A. GISSENDANNER. JULIAN ALPHONSO; Athens; B.S.A. IN AGRICULTURE; Alpha Gamma Rho; Saddle and Sirloin Club. FOURTH ROW: GORNTO. MARILYN W.; Soperton; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS. GORNTO. RAYMOND C; Adel; ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; Saddle and Sirlcin. GRAHAM. BILLIE; McRae; ARTS AND SCIENCE. GRANADE. WILLIAM OLIVER; Augusta; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY; Georgia Bulldog Orchestra. GRAVES. RICHARD F.; Clarksville; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY; Pi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta S.gma. GREAR, JEAN WILMA; Augusta; BACHELOR OF ARTS; Alpha Delta Pi. GREEN. JOHN S.. JR.; Augusta; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Chi Phi; Demosthenian Club. SECOND ROW: GLASS. HAROLD LEE; Atlanta; B.B.A. GLEESON. CHARLOTT I.: Jefiersonville; B.S. IN PHARMACY; Alpha Omicron Pi, Sec; Georgia Pharmacists; American Pharmaceutical Association, Sec- Pioneer Club. GLENN. CHARLES ALMOND; Athens; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Phi Delta Theta. GLENN. JAMES CAMPBELL; Athens; B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING; Lambda Chi Alpha; Glee Club; Bulldog Dance Band. GNEHM. JOHN ROBERT; LaGrange; B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION; Scabbard and Blade; Swimming Team; Phy. Ed. Club, Sec. GODBEE. WRAY ALEX- ANDER; Millen; B.B.A. GOLDBERG, JOEL H.; Atlanta; A.B. IN ENGLISH; Phi Epsilon Pi, Pres.; I.F.C.; Phi Kappa Literary Society, Pres.; Georgia Cracker, Ass. Ed.; Biftad; Gridiron; Kappa Beta Phi; Pythagorean Math Club; X Club, I.R.C. FIFTH ROW: GREEN, MYLES FREDERICK; Douglas; B.B.A. IN BUSINESS AD- MINISTRATION; Theta Chi; Economics Society; Wesley Founda- tion. GREENE, WILLIAM B.; Cartersville; L.L.B. IN LAW; Phi Alpha Delta. GREENE, WILLIAM W.; Buena Vista; DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION; Distributive Education Club; Education Club; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc. GREENWAY. HUBERT THORNTON: Athens; B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING. GREGORY, ROWLAND EUGENE; Eton: B.S. IN ZOOLOGY; Sigma Chi. GRIFFIN. FLORENCE BOYK1N; Atlanta; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Pi Beta Phi, Secretary; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pythagorean Math Club; Canterbury Club. GRIF- FIN, MLDRED JEANETTE; Macon; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Kappa Delta; A.C.E., President; Pioneer Club. GRIFFIN, POLLY; Sunny- side; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Red and Black. GRIFFIN, TENNEY S.: Valdosta; A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE; Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc; Sec.-Treas. Sophomore Class. THIRD ROW: GOLDEN. ALVA MORGAN; Milledgeville; B.S.A. IN PLANT PATHOLOGY; Plant Pathology Club, Pres.; Agronomy Club, Treas.; Ag Hill Council; Honor Roll. GOLDMAN. MARCIA E.; West Point; B.F.A. IN INTERIOR DESIGN; Delta Phi Epsilon, Vice- President; Hillel; Pan-Hellenic Council, Scholarship Chairman; Art Students League. GOODMAN. CAROLYN; Athens; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Delta Phi Epsilon; Theta Sigma Phi, Vice-President; Zodiac, President; Dance Club, President; Georgia Cracker, As- sociate Editor; Hillel. GOODSON, THOMAS W„ JR.; Franklin; B.B.A. GOODSON. WILLIAM OSBORN; Hardwick; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. GOODWIN. JEANNE MARIE; El Dorado. Ark.; B.S. IN ZOOLOGY; Kappa Alpha Theta: GORDY, JAMES CONNER: Thomaston; PHARMACY. • nineteen t SIXTH ROW: GRIGG, PEYTON WARDE. JR.; Gainesville; B.S. IN PHARMACY; Rho Chi. GRINER. ERNEST RAY; Valdosta: VETERINARY MEDI- CINE; Alpha Zeta; Alpha Psi; Ag Hill Council; Veterinary Science Club, President. GRISSETT. ANNA MARTHA: Ray City; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Alpha Chi Omega; Pandora Staff; Red and Black; Student Art League; Homecon Club; Baptist Student Union; U.G.R.A.; League of Women Voters. GROOM. DAVID G.; Athens; FORESTRY; Zi Sigma Pi. GROSS, MYRTLE B.; Atlanta; B.S. HOME ECONOMICS; Kappa Delta; Homecon; U.G.R.A. GUEST. LORA NAN; Savannah; B.F.A. IN COMMERCIAL ART; Delta Delta Delta, Cor. Secretary; Art Student ' s League. GULLEDGE. JOHN RICHARD; Statesboro; B.B.A. IN MANAGEMENT; Sigma Chi; Alpha Phi Omega; Domesthenian Lit. Soc. GULLEY, HER- MAN EUGENE; Elberton; B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING. GULLEY, MRS. JEAN COOLEY; Elberton; A.B. IN ENGLISH. hundred and fift y GREENE, W. W. GREENWAY GREGORY GRIFFIN. F. B. GRIFFIN. M. J. GRIFFIN, P. GRIFFIN. T. S. GRISSETT GROOM GROSS GUEST GULLEDGE GULLEY, H. E. GULLEY, J. C. GUNN HADDEN HADDOCK HAGAN HAISLET, J. A. HAISLET, M. L. HALE HALL, R. C. HALL, W. L. HALLIDAY HALPRIN HAMBY, F. K. HAMBY, J. J. HAMILTON, I. F MILTON, R. W. HAMILTON, S. F. HAMMOCK HAMMOND HANCOCK, B. J. HANCOCK, E. R. HAND HARBEN HARDIN, B. A. HARDIN, J. R. HARDMAN, G. M. HARDMAN, H. L. HARDY, J. C. HARDY, J. T. SENIOR CLASS COMPANY " C " ; TUESDAY MORNING DRILL HARDGRAVES HARKINS HARRIS, T. M. HARRISON, C. E. FIRST ROW: GUNN, BEVERLY ANN; Atlanta; B.S. IN ZOOLOGY; Alpha Gamma Delta, vice-president; Mortar Board; Coordinate Council, presi- dent; Pioneer Club; Dolphin Club; W.SG.A., vice-president, president; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. HADDEN. ROBERT LLOYD; Athens; B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING; Sigma Pi, president; American Society of Agri- cultural Engineers; Ag Hill Council. HADDOCK, BRUCE; Fort Valley; A.B. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. HAGAN. FRANK CHARLES; Brunswick: B.S. IN PHARMACY; A.Ph.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha. HAISLET. JOHN A.; Athens; B.S. IN FORESTRY; Forestry Club; Alpha Phi Omega. HAISLET. MARJORTE LAYER: Garretts- vUle. Ohio; A.B. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION; Delta Zeta. HALE. MARCUS: Crandall: A.B. IN JOURNALISM. SECOND ROW: HALL. ROYCE CHARON; Reynolds; AGRICULTURE. HALL. WIL- LIAM LEE; Newnan; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. HALLIDAY. ROBERT N.; Decatur; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Red and Black, Business Manager; Demosthenian. HALPRIN. HARRIET E.; Ft. Valley; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Delta Phi Epsilon; Hillel Founda- tion; Dance Club. HAMBY. FRED KEMP; Marietta; B.S. IN EDUCATION; " G " Club; Physical Education Club; Education Club; Football, 1, 2; Basketball, 1, 2. HAMBY. JAMES J.: Colum- bus: LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE; Landscape Architecture Club. HAMILTON, LILLIAN FRANCES; Sandersville; B.F.A. IN ART; Art Students ' League. FOURTH ROW: HARBEN. FORD; Athens: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. HARDIN. BETTY ANN; Eastman; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Alpha Omi- cron Pi. HARDIN. JOHN RANDOLPH; Macon; B.B.A. IN AERO- NAUTICAL ADMINISTRATION; Phi Kappa Tau; Alpha Kappa Psi; Economics Society, President; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc.; Tennis Team; International Relations Club. HARDMAN, GI ' -DA M.; Dan- ielsville; B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. HARDMAN. HUGH LAMAR; Colbert; PHARMACY. HARDY. JESSE C; Valdosta; D.V.M. IN VETERINARY MEDICINE; Alpha Psi. HARDY. JIMMIE TALMADGE; Athens; B.B.A. IN MARKETING. FIFTH ROW: HARDGRAVES. JOHN FULTON; Kingsland; FORESTRY. HAR- KINS. JOHN WILLIAMS; McDonough: B.B.A. IN MARKETING; Alpha Tau Omega; Delta Sigma Pi; Red and Black; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc; Economics Society. HARLESS. HUGH V.; Greenwood. S. C; B.S.A. IN AGRICULTURE; Pi Kappa Phi; Saddle and Sir- loin. HARLING. ROBERT M.. JR.; Greenwood. S. C; FORESTRY; Alpha Sigma Pi; Forestry Club. HARPER. JAMES MONROE; Dexter; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE; Gaffa Club. HARRELL. EDSEL A.; Whigham; E.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING. HARRIS. CHARLOTTE; Monroe: B.S. IN EDUCATION; Phi Mu, President; Aero Club; Glee Club; Pioneer Club; Canterbury Club. HATtRIS. DONALD EARL; Union Point; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Delta Sigma Pi; Scabbard and Blade. HARRIS. MARTHA EUGENIA; Atlanta; B.S. HOME ECONOMICS; Alpha Omicron Pi, Vice- President; Phi Upsilon Omicron, President; U.G.R.A.; Homecon Club. THIRD ROW: HAMILTON. ROBERT WILLIAMS: Lexington. S. C: LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE; Landscape Architecture Club; American Society o{ Landscape Architects; Boxing, 2; Track, 2; Ohio State Track, Honors, 3; Ohio State Cross Country. HAMILTON. SHIRLEY FA YE; Athens: SOCIOLOGY; A Capella Choir. HAMMOCK. BERT LEON. JR.; Rome; DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION; D.E.M. HAMMOND. JAMES EDWARD; Elberton; LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE; Land- scape Architecture Club. HANCOCK. BETTY JANE; Atlanta: A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Kappa Kappa Gamma, registrar; Hunt Club; Di Gamma Kappa, U.G.R.A HANCOCK. EDWIN REGINALD; Gainesville; L.L.B.; Chi Phi, vice-president, treasurer; Phi Alpha Delta, treasurer, chief-justice; Phi Kappa. HAND, STARK; Brooks; AGRICULTURE. SIXTH ROW: HARRIS, TROUPE MERCER: Washington; B.F.A. IN MUSIC; Phi Mu Alpha; Sinfonia; Glee Club; A Capella Choir; University Band; Men ' s Music Club, President. HARRISON, CHARLES ED- GAR; Whigham; B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING. HARRISON. JACK TARVEB; Brooklet; B.S. AGRICULTURE. HARTMAN. CHARLES W.; Rockmart; B.S. IN PHARMACY; American Pharmaceutical Associa tion. HARTWELL, ETHEL ALICIA; Decatur; B.S. IN EDU- CATION; Phi Chi Theta. HARVEY, GEORGE ROGERS, Atlanta; ARTS AND SCIENCES. HARWELL, ALFRED KELLY; Smyrna; B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING; Alpha Tau Omega. HARWELL, CA- MILLE HARDY; Rome: B.S. IN EDUCATION; Alpha Gamma Delta, Treasurer. HARWELL. D. LOUISE; Ashburn; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. • nineteen t hundred and fifk y HARLESS HARLING HARPER HARRELL HARRIS. C. HARRIS, D. E. HARRIS. M. E. HARRISON. I. T. HARTMAN HARTWELL, E. A. HARVEY HARWELL, A. K. HARWELL, C. H. HARWELL, D. L. HASKINS HAWKINS, A. M. HEINS HENSON HASLAM HAWKINS, E. E. HELMEY HEREFORD HASLETT HAWTHORNE HEMBREE HERNDON HATCHER HAY HEMPHILL HESLEN HAUGABOOK HEARN HENDERSON, R. B. HESTER HAWK, A. L. HEATH HENDERSON, W. B. HICKS HAWK, J. B. HEERY HENDRY HIGGINS SENIOR CLASS " BUT JOHN ' S OTHER WIFE WASN ' T IN LOVE WITH FRED . HIGHTOWER, A. J. HIGHTOWER, D. 1 HILLIARD HINSON FIRST ROW: HASKINS. ERNEST B.; Lewisburg. Tenn.; FORESTRY; Xi Sigma Pi; Forestry Club. HASLAM. NELSON; Savannah: L.L.B.; Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Delta Phi; Geechie Club, Parliamentarian. HASLETT. MARY ELEANOR; Elberton: B.F.A.; Kappa Delta; Pioneer Club; Glee Club; Art Students League; U.G.R.A. HATCH- ER, BETTY; Harlem; B.S.H.E.; Alpha Omicron Pi; Homecon. HAUGABOOK, CLAUDE GREEN, JR.: Montezuma: B.B.A. IN MANAGEMENT; Phi Delta Theta. HAWK, ALTON L.; Atlanta; L.L.B. in Law; Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Alpha Delta. HAWK. JAMES BERTRAM: Atlanta; B.B.A. Atlanta: B.B.A. SECOND ROW: HAWKINS, ANNETTE M.: Macon; B.B.A.; Chi Omega. HAWKINS, EDWARD EUGENE; Athens; B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION; Phi Kappa Phi; Physical Education Club. HAWTHORNE, WAR- REN O.; Gordon; B.S. IN PHARMACY. HAY. WILLIAM TURNER; Madison, fla.; B.S.A. IN ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; Delta Tau Delta; Saddle and Sirloin, Pres.; Aghon; Ag Hill Council. HEARN. HARVEY B.; Palmetto; VETENARIAN SCHOOL. HEATH. WIL- SON CLARENCE; Whitesburg; B.S.A.E. HEERY. JAMES T.; Stone Mountain; B.B.A. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS; Kappa Sicma. Tau Omega. HESTER, GLENN BERTNAND; Augusta; L.L.B. IN LAW; Chi Psi; Gridiron; Phi Alpha Delta; I.F.C., Treasurer. HICKS, FLORA; Clarksrille; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. HIGGINS, FRANCES JONES; Augusta; A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY; Kappa Alpha Theta; Newman Club. FIFTH ROW: HIGHTOWER, ANNA JEAN; Damascus; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Alpha Chi Omega; Education Club. HIGHTOWER, DEWARD EARL; Reynolds; VETERINARY MEDICINE; Alpha Zeta; Ag Hon; Blue Key; Ag Club; Demosthenian; Veterinary Science Club; Ag Hill Council. HILDRETH, JAMES RICHARD; Herkimer. N. Y.; A.B. IN JOURNALISM. HILL. DUDLEY SLOAN. JR.: No. Wilkes- boro. N. C; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Chi Psi, Treasurer; Demos- thenian Lit. Soc; Pandora, Associate Editor, Editor-in-Chief; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Sigma Delta Chi; Grid- iron. HILL. EDWIN H.; Commerce; B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ENGIN- EERING; Demosthenian Lit. Soc; Agricultural Engineering Club. HILL, GEORGE BYRON, JR.; Atlanta; B.F.A. IN COMMERCIAL ART. HILL. ROBERT JOSEPH. JR.; St. Petersburg. Ha.; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc. HILL. RAYMOND M.; Bessemer. Mich.; EDUCATION. HILL. ROBERT PERRY; Atlanta; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Pi Kappa Alpha. THIRD ROW: HEINS, HARRIET EMILE; Augusta; A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY; Alpha Delta Pi. HELMEY. EDGAR LABEY; Marlow: B.S. IN AGRI- CULTURAL ENGINEERING; Agricultural Engineering Club. HEM- BREE, ALBERT H.. JR.; Bartow; B.S. IN FORESTRY; Xi Sigma Pi; Forestry Club; Ag Hill Council; Intramural Sports, Mgr., Softball. HEMPHILL, HARRY E.: Athens; B.S.A.; Gaffau Club, Treas. HENDERSON, ROBERT BENNIE; Summit; B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS. HENDERSON. WILLIAM BRADFORD; Macon; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Football, Baseball. HENDRY, ROBERT L.; Black- shear; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. FOURTH ROW: HENSON. JAMES ALLEN; Copperhill. Tenn.; B.S. IN FORESTRY. HEREFORD. EDWARD LEE; Atlanta; B.S. IN GEOLOGY; Geog- raphy-Geology Club, Secretary. HERNDON, DONALD LEROY; Loganville; B.S.A. IN VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE; Gaffau Club. HESLEN. RICHARD S.; Augusta; B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING; Alpha • nineteen t SIXTH ROW: HILLIARD. BYRON FRANKLIN; Bowersville; VETERINARY MEDI- CINE; Alpha Psi; Veterinary Science Club. HINSON. LOIS EUGENIA; Hazelhurst; VETERINARY MEDICINE; Veterinary Science Club, Secretary; P.O.W., Council; Intra-Mural Softball, Horseshoe; League of Women Veterans. HINTON. WILLIAM HARRIS; Atlanta; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE. HIRSCH. MARSHALL; Atlanta; B.F.A. IN MUSIC; Phi Epsilon Pi, Vice Superior; Biftad; Pandora Staff; Red and Black, Assistant Business Manager; Little Symphony; University Band; Georgia Bulldog Orchestra. HIRSCH. SYLVIA; Columbus; DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION; Delta Phi Epsilon, Treasurer; I.Z.F.A., Vice-President; Hillel. HOBBS. HOMER BECKER; Talbotton; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Alpha Tau Omega; Scabbard and Blade; Distributive Education Club, Presi- dent. HOBBS, WILLIAM A.; Dexter; B.S. IN EDUCATION. HOCH. WALTER K.; Atlanta; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Chi Psi. ROCK, HARRY H. JR.; Oak Ridge. Tenn.; FORESTRY; Sigma Nu; Forestry Club; Demosthenian Lit. Soc. hundred and r ft y HILDRETH HILL. D. S. HILL. E. H. HILL, G. B. HILL. R. J. HILL, R. M. HILL, H. P. HINTON HIRSCH. M. HIRSCH, S. HOBBS. H. B. HOBBS. W. A. HOCH HOCK HODGES. F. W. HODGES, R. H. HOGAN HOLBROOK HOLOEN HOLDER HOLDITCH HOLLAND, C. M. HOLLAND, F. P. HOLLIMAN HOT LINOSWORTH HOLLIS HOLMEN HOLZMAN HOOKS HOOVER HOPKINS HORNBUCKLE HOUSE, B. B. HOUSE, F. E. HOUSTON HOWALT HOWARD, D. H. HOWARD, E. C. HOWARD, H. P. HOWARD, P. L. HOWARD, R. L. HUCKEBY SENIOR CLASS •GLAD TO SEEE YA ' , MA HA HUDDLESTON HUMPHREY HUDGINS, L. P. HUNNICUTT FIRST ROW: FOURTH ROW: HODGES. FRED WIGHT; Statesboro; B.B.A. IN MANAGEMENT; Sigma Chi. HODGES. ROBERT HARRY; Loganville: B.S. IN AGRICULTURE. HOGAN. BETTY ANN; Dudley; B.S. IN CHEMIS- TRY; Alpha Omicron Pi; Women ' s Athletic Association. HOL- BROOK. PRESTON CLARK; Savannah; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. HOLDEN, GRACE FLORENCE; Atlanta; A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY; Phi Mu; Pandora; Canterbury Club; Hunt Club. HOLDER. BURELL WILLIAMS; Temple: B.S. IN EDUCATION. HOLDITCH. ERNEST B.; Atlanta; ARTS AND SCIENCES. HOWALT. ROBERT FREDERICK; Jacksonville. Fla.; INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS; Kappa Sigma. HOWARD. DANIEL H.. JR.: Sylvania; B.B.A. IN FINANCE; Lambda Chi Alpha; Alpha Kappa Psi; Wrestling Team. HOWARD. EDWIN C; Sylvania; B.S. IN PHARMACY; American Pharmaceutical Association. HOWARD. HARRY PAUL; Savannah; SECONDARY EDUCATION. HOWARD. PRYOR LEWIS. JR.; Nashville; B.B.A. IN FINANCE; Lambda Chi Alpha. HOWARD. ROGER LEON; LaFayette; B.B.A. IN INDUS- TRIAL RELATIONS. HUCKEBY. PAUL BRANNON; Atlanta; LX.B. IN LAW; Lambda Chi Alpha; Phi Alpha Delta; Demos- thenian Lit. Soc. SECOND ROW: HOLLAND. CHAZ MAX; Rock Hill. S. C; BUSINESS ADMINISTRA- TION; Economics Society. HOLLAND. FREDERICK PAUL; Colum- bus; B.B.A. IN MARKETING; Alpha Tau Omega; Aero Club; Demosthenian Lit. Soc. HOLLIMAN. MAR:ON L.; Warrenton; AGRICULTURE. HOLLINGSWORTH. DOROTHY JEANNE: Macon; A.B. IN ENGLISH; Alpha Omicron Pi; Homecon Club; Dolphin Club. HOLLIS. WILLIAM HERSCHEL; Reynolds; BUSINESS AD- MINISTRATION; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc. HOLMEN. KARL ALFRED; Savannah; BUSINESS ADMINISTRA- TION; Demosthenian Lit. Soc.; Geechee Club; Newman Club. HOLZMAN. HERBERT; New York. N. Y.; BUSINESS ADMINISTRA- TION; Alpha Epsilon Pi. FIFTH ROW: HUDDLESTON. JAMES; Atlanta; B.S. IN ZOOLOGY. HUDGINS. LEE PAUL; Atlanta: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Alpha Tau Omega; Glee Club. HUDGINS. OSWALD D.: Sycamore; B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING; Agricultural Engineering Club. HUDSON. JAMES PORTER; Gallatin. Tenn.: B.S. IN PHARMACY. HUDSON. JEAN F.: Atlanta; A.B. IN ARTS AND SCIENCES; Alpha Chi Omega. HUDSON. ORION DOUGLAS; Jakin; A.B. IN RADIO; Digamma Kappa. HUGHES. ALFRED LLOYD; Athens: FORESTRY; Xi Sigma Phi; Alpha Zeta; Forestry Club. HUIE. MILDRED NIX; Albany; ARTS AND SCIENCES; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Tennis Club; Dolphin Club. HULME. PAUL; Danville; B.F.A. IN COMMERCIAL ART. SIXTH ROW; THIRD ROW: HOOKS. O. W„ JR.; Jonesboro; B.B.A. IN MARKETING; Sigma Chi. HOOVER. CHARLES ESTES; Augusta; BUSINESS ADMINIS- TRATION; Delta Tau Delta. HOPKINS, MILTON NEWTON. JR.; Fitzgerald; B.S. IN ZOOLOGY. HORNBUCKLE. BETTY JOYCE; Omega; B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING; Delta Delta Delta; Pioneer Club; Economics Society; Women ' s Athletic Association. HOUSE. BEVERLY BRIGGS; Memphis. Tenn.; B.F.A. IN INTERIOR DESIGN. HOUSE. FRED EDWARD; Madison; B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING. HOUSTON. DALLAS G., JR.; Warwick; B.S. IN VOCATIONAL EDUCATION; Saddle and Sirloin Club. • nineteen t HUMPHREY, MARY PATRICIA; Islip. N. Y.; B.S. IN EDUCATION Pi Beta Phi; International Relations Club, Secretary-Treasurer; Newman Club, Secretary; Education. HUNNICUTT. P. JEAN Metier; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Georgia Agriculturist Staff Homecon Club. HUNTER. EARLE B.: Athens; ARTS AND SCIENCES. HURST. BYRON HARWOOD. JR.; Camilla; A.B.J. IN RADIO; Sigma Nu; Digamma Kappa; Demosthenian Lit. Soc. HUTCHINSON. JOHN WILLIAM; Lancaster. S. C; B.S. IN BIOLOGY; Chi Psi. HYATT. ROWENA M.; Franklin; B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION; Women ' s Athletic Association; Vice-President; P.E.M.M. Club. INGHAM. BETTY LOUISE; Pensacola. Fla.; B.B.A. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. INGRAM. ANNIE RUTH; Barney: B.S. IN EDUCATION. INLOW, EMMETT EDGAR, JR.; Bainbridge; B.B.A. IN REAL ESTATE: hundred and fift y HUDGINS. O. D. HUDSON. J. P. HUDSON, J. F. HUDSON, O. D. HUGHES HUIE HULME HUNTER HURST HUTCHINSON HYATT INGHAM INGRAM INLOW IRVIN ISLEY IVEY IVIE JACKSON, C. L. JACKSON, c. r. JACKSON, E. J. ACKSON, J. H. JACKSON, L. J. JACKSON, M. G. JACKSON, R. C. JACKSON, R. J. JACKSON, S. J. JACKURA IARDINA JAY JENKINS, G. JENKINS, T. JENNINGS JERNIGAN, B. JERNIGAN, J. JOHNSON, B. JOHNSON, D. JOHNSON, F. JOHNSON. G. JOHNSON, G. V. JOHNSON, H. M. JOHNSON, H. SENIOR CLASS " UGH . . .! " s JOHNSON, JOHN JONES, M. JOHNSON, J. H. JONES, M. F. FIRST ROW: IRVIN. HOWLETT COOLEY. Elberton; B.B.A.; Alpha Kappa Psi, Professional Business Fraternity; Assistant Business Mgr. 1950 Pandora; Domosthenian Lit. Society, Economics Society; Red and Black Staff, G.O.P. ISLEY. GEORGE H.. JR.; Savannah; B.B.A.; Kappa Alpha; Scabbard and Blade; Boxing Team. IVEY, CARL HARVEY; Jakin; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. IVEY, BETTY: Tiger; A.B. IN ARTS AND SCIENCES. JACKSON. CALVIN LEWIS; Cleveland; B.S. !N AGRICUL TURE. JACKSON. CHARLES F.; Rome; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Alpha Kappa Psi. JACKSON. EUGENE JORDAN. JR.; Decatur; B.F.A. IN COMMERCIAL ART; Pi Kappa Alpha; Art Students League. SECOND ROW: JACKSON, JANE H.; Augusta; B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION; Alpha Gamma Delta; Red and Black; Womens Athletic Associa- tion, President, Secretary; Dolphin Club; Education Club; Physical Education Club. JACKSON. LAMAR JAMES: Tignall; PHARMACY; Sigma Chi; Rho Chi, Vice-President; Demosthenian Lit. Sec; American Pharmaceutical Association. JACKSON, MARTHA GEORGE; Atlanta; B.A. IN ENGLISH; Delta Delta Delta, Chaplain, Recording Secretary; Pioneer Club; Canterbury Club; U.G.R.A. JACKSON, ROBERT CALVIN; RosweU; B.B.A. IN MARKETING; Alpha Kappa Psi; Demosthenian Lit. Soc. JACKSON, RUTH JONES; Slapleton; B.S. HOME ECONOMICS; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Homecon, Recording Secretary; Baptist Student Union. JACKSON, SARAH JANE; Toomsboro; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Kappa Delta, Sergeant-at-Arms; Glee Club; Pioneer Club; A.C.E. JACKURA. JOSEPH, JR.; Chicago. Ind.; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Lambda Chi Alpha; Football; " G " -Club. FOURTH ROW: JOHNSON. BE RNICE CAROLYN; Grantville: B.S. IN HOME ECO- NOMICS; P.O.W.; Homecon Club. JOHNSON, DAVID LOUIS; Augusta; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Education Club; Future Teachers of America Club; American Childhood Club. JOHNSON, FRANK E.: ALMA; PHARMACY; Demosthenian Lit. Soc; American Pharmaceutical Association. JOHNSON, GLORIA HAZEL: Atlanta; B.B.A. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Kappa Delta; Phi Chi Theta; Secretary-Treasurer of Freshman Class; " Z " -Club, President; Pioneer Club, Vice-President; President of Gilmer Hall. JOHNSON, GRETA VIRGINIA: Epworth; B.F.A. IN MUSIC; Baptist Student Union; Glee Club; A Capella Choir. JOHNSON, H. MAE; Man- chester; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS. JOHNSON. HOLLIS; Meigs; B.B.A. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Sigma Pi. FIFTH ROW: JOHNSON. JOHN H.; Douglas; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE. JOHNSON. JOSEPH HOWELL. JR.; Augusta: INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. JOHN- SON, KENNETH EDWARD; College Park; BUSINESS ADMINIS- TRATION. JOHNSON. VIRGINIA CARLEEN; Zebulon; ART. JOHN- SON. WYATT MALCOLM; Richmond; B.S. IN BIOLOGY; Sigma Chi. JOLLY. FRANK FORESTER; Rome; DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCA- TION; Kappa Sigma, House Manager; Demosthenian Lit. Soc. JONES, CHARLES HUBERT; Thomaston; BUSINESS ADMINISTRA- TION; Blue Key; Gridiron; Demosthenian Lit. Soc, President, Secretary Treasurer; G.O.P, Secretary Treasurer; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Economics Society. JONES, EUGENE; Alapaha; B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING; Delta Sigma Pi; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc; Economics Society. JAMES. J. ROSSER; Co- lumbus: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. THIRD ROW: JARDINA. JAMES JOSEPH; Atlanta: B.B.A. IN MARKETING; Demosthenian Lit. Soc. JAY. FERMAN LLOYD; Buiord; PHAR- MACY; Tau Epsilon Phi. JENKINS. GARY GLYNN; Sardis; FORESTRY. JENKINS. THOMAS WILLIAM; Atlanta; AGRICUL- TURE; Omega Tau Sigma; Veterinary Science Club. JENNINGS, ROBERT NEAL; Lawrenceburg. Tenn.: PHARMACY; Georgia Pharmacist Staff; American Pharmaceutical Association. JERN1- GAN. BEN WALL; Shellman; B.B.A. IN MARKETING; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc; Bulldog Club. JERNIGAN. JOHN LEE; Waycross: L.L.B. IN LAW; Pi Kappa Alpha; Delta Theta Phi; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc; Wayfarers Club. SIXTH ROW: JONES, MARGARET; Cave Springs; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS. JONES. MARGARET FRANCES: Toccoa: DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCA- TION; Kappa Delta. JONES. OBIE FULTON. JR.: Moultrie; B.A. IN MARKETING; Kappa Sigma. JONES. RAY C: Flowery Branch; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE; Gaifau Club. JONES. ROBYE B.; Summer- ville: B.S. IN EDUCATION. JORDAN. EMMETT M.; Monticello; AGRICULTURE; Saddle and Sirloin. KAHN. MIMI RACHELE; Pelham; A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY; Delta Phi Epsilon; Sigma Alpha Iota, Secretary; Glee Club. KANE. ROBERT THOMAS. Rome: B.S. EDUCATION; Kappa Sigma. KEA, PAUL RANDOLPH; Dublin: A.B. IN RADIO; Digamma Kappa, President; Glee Club; Demos- thenian Lit. Soc. • nineteen t hundred and fift y JOHNSON. K. JOHNSON. V. JOHNSON, W. JOLLY JONES. C. JONES. E. JAMES. J. JONES. O. JONES, R. C. JONES, Ft. B. JORDAN KAHN KANE KEA KELLER KELLEY KELLY KENNEDY, H. M. KENNEDY, J. M. KENNEDY, J. W. KENNEDY, R. L KENT KENYON KERR KIBLER KICKLIGHTER RIGHT KIMBERLY KIRKLAND KIRKPATRICK KI5ER KNIGHT KNOWLES KOCEVAR KOLLOCK KONTER KOZELNICKY KRIEGER KRUGER LOCOUR LAMAS LAMBERT SENIOR CLASS " NOW YOU SEE IT . . . NOW YOU STILL SEE IT LANDERS LAZARUS LANGFORD LEARD r l jf 35ft £ i C. r L v 1 y I X 9 O mi k- j [ — -Ti. FIRST ROW: KELLER. EDGAR WILLIAM; Eastonolleo; B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS; Alpha Zeta; Agricultural Economics Club. KELLEY. HAROLD VENABLE; Lawrenceville; B.B.A. IN AERONAUTICAL ADMINISTRATION. KELLY. HAROLD MALCOLM; Rochelle; B.B.A. IN MARKETING. KENNEDY. HYRAM MACK; Savannah; B.S. IN PHARMACY. KENNEDY. JACK McLENDON: Augusta; B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING. KENNEDY. JOHN WILLIAM; Statesboro; B.S. IN PHARMACY; Sigma Chi; American Pharmaceutical Associa- tion. KENNEDY. ROY LEE. JR.: Macon; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY; Rifle Team. IN PLANT PATHOLOGY; Agronomy Club; Poultry Science Club; Plant Pathology Club. KRIEGER. HAROLD LAMAR; Valdosta; B.B.A. IN MARKETING; Alpha Epsilon Pi. KRUGER. ELMER LAWRENCE; Richmond Hill; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. LACOUR. FLORANCE O.; Atlanta: B.F.A. IN ART; Alpha Chi Omega; Art Students League. LAMAS. TED ANDREW; Savannah; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. LAMBERT. EZEKIEL ROY; Madison; L.L.B. IN LAW; Phi Delta Theta; Gridiron. SECOND ROW: KENT. MARY E.; WoodcliH; ARTS AND SCIENCES; Kappa Delta. KENYON. NAVEDA MAY; Lindale; A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY; Alpha Gamma Delta. KERR. ELLEN; Columbus; B.B.A. IN SECRE- TARIAL SCIENCE; Chi Omega; Phi Chi Theta; U.G.R.A. KIBLER. DOTTIE J.; Dublin; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Red and Black, As- sistant Business Manager; House President Of Lucy Cobb. KICKLIGHTER. ELBERT B.; GlennviUe; AGRICULTURE; Saddle and Sirloin. KNIGHT, HAROLD E.; Warner Robins; ARTS AND SCIENCES. KIMBERLY. E. JEAN; Atlanta; B.S. IN HOME ECO- NOMICS; Delta Delta Delta, Activities Chairman; Phi Upsilon Omicron, Chaplain, Historian; Alpha Lambda Delta; Homecon Club; U.G.R.A.; Pioneer Club. THIRD ROW: KIRKLAND. WYMAN R.; Lyons; B.S. IN PHARMACY; American Pharmaceutical Association. KIRKPATRICK, JAMES FRANCIS. JR.; Decatur: B.S. IN PRE-MED; Delta Tau Delta; Men ' s Glee Club. RISER. MARION JACKSON: Quitman; B.S. A. IN HORTICULTURE. KNIGHT. WALLACE STRINGFELLOW; Canton. N. C; B.S. IN Mathematics. KNOWLES. LAWRENCE FULLER; Richmond, Va.; LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE; Sigma Pi; University Band; Canter- bury. KOCEVAR. KARL FRANCIS; Charleroi, Penn.; B.S. iN EDUCATION. KOLLOCK. JOHN CAMPBELL; Atlanta; B.F.A. IN DRAMA; Alpha Psi Omega; Thalian-Blackfriars; University Theater. FOU RTH ROW: KONTER. IRVIN; Savannah; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Tau Epsilon Phi. KOZELNICKY. GEORGE M.: Allentown, Penn.; B.S. FIFTH ROW: LANDERS, CLARENCE OTIS. JR.; Lindale: B.S. IN PHARMACY; American Pharmaceutical Association. LANGFORD. JAMES C; Athens; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. LANGLEY, JAMES HU- BERT; Ellijay; FORESTRY; Scabbard and Blade; Forestry Club; Demosthenian Lit. Soc.; Varsity Westling Team. LANHAM, WIL- LIAM T.; Auburn. 111.; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Newman Club. LANIER. CHARLES BEDINGFIELD; Athens; B.S. IN AGRI- CULTURAL ENGINEERING. LANIER. JAMES WYLIE. Ill: Lake City, Fla.; FORESTRY; Delta Tau Delta; Alpha Zeta; Xi Sigma Pi; Alpha Phi Omega; Forestry Club; Fencing Club; Tennis, Swimming, Track. LAW. GEORGE H„ JR.; Gainssville; BUSI- NESS ADMINISTRATION; Delta Tau Delta. LAWS. SARAH MARION; Valdosta; B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION; Kappa Delta; Westminister Fellowship; V.R.A., Freslynan Cabinet; U.G.R.A., Senior Cabinet, Secretary; A.C.E. Club; Pioneer Club. LAX. BERNARD: New York City, N. Y.; ARTS AND SCIENCES; Glee Club; Psychology Club. SIXTH ROW: LAZARUS. FRANK MARVIN; Quitman; BUSINESS ADMINISTRA- TION; Alpha Epsilon Pi. LEARD, LECEL TYLER; Bowersville: VETERINARY MEDICINE. LEASMAN. CLAUDE HOYT; Atlanta; AGRICULTURE; Sigma Chi. LeBLANC. ROSE MARIE; Tifton; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. LEDBETTER. ANN; Norwood; EDUCATION. LEE, MARTHA CLAIRE; Dallas; B.S. IN COMMERCIAL EDUCA- TION; Kappa Alpha Theta. LEE, RICHARD CARROLL; Elberton; B.S. IN PHYSICS. LEE, ROBERT CLARENCE; Athens; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE; Dairy Science Club, Secretary. LEFKOFF, HAR- OLD J.; Atlanta; B.S. IN PHARMACY; Tau Epsilon Phi. • nineteen t hundred and fift y LANGLEY LEASMAN LANHAM LANIER. W. T. LANIER. C. B. LANIER, J. W. LJ IW LeBLANC LEDBETTER LEE, M. C. LEE, R. C. LEE, ROB LAWS LEFKOFF LENHAHDT LEVER LEWIS, L. M. LONG. W. D. LEON LEVY. J. W. LIPHAM LORD LEONARD, C. W. LEVY, N. B. LISENBY LOVE LEONARD, E. L. LEWIS, C. D. LITTLE, C. A. LOVVORN, C. C. LEOTIS LEWIS, D. O. LITTLE, C. H. LOVVORN, V. C. LESLIE LEWIS, E. S. LIVINGSTON LUMSDEN LEVINE LEWIS, G. L. LONG, R. McCALL SENIOR CLASS " OH, I REALLY SHOULDN ' T . . . WELL, JUST A SMALL ONE! " McCARLEY Mcculloch FIRST ROW: FOURTH ROW: IENHARDT. KATE PENDLETON; Atlanta; B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION; Phi Mu. LEON. HOWARD A.; Poughkeepsie. N. Y.: B.S. IN EDUCATION. LEONARD. CHARLES WINFRED; Athens; VETERINARY MEDIONE. LEONARD. ELIZABETH LUCILLE; Sa- yannah; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Alpha Omicron Pi; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Homecon Club. LEOTI3. PONDELEE A.: Bruns- wick; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Pi Kappa Alpha. LESLIE, ALPHEUS EZEKIEL. JR.; Decatur; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Phi Delta Theta. LEViNE. WILLIAM LEVY; Savannah; B.B.A. IN MARKETING; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Geechie Club; Intra-Mural Foot- ball, Softball, Bowling. LONG, WILLIAM DEAN; Girard; B.S.A. IN ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; Saddle and Sirloin Club. LORD. HELEN JENNETTE; Dudley; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS. LOVE. VERDIE E. JR.; Savannah; B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS. LOVVORN. CHARLES CYRIL; Bowdon; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE. LOWORN, VIRGINIA CLAIRE; Atlanta; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Alpha Chi Omega, Treasurer; Phi Upsilon Omicron, President, Secretary; Pythagorean Club; Homecon. LUMSDEN. JESSE C, JR.: Talbotton; B.S. IN AGRICUL- TURAL ENGINEERING; Alpha Gamma Rho; Agricultural Engin- eering Club; " Ag Engineer " , Assistant Business Manager. Mc- CALL, FRANWICK, H.; Canon; B.S. IN EDUCATION. SECOND ROW: LEVER, SAM AUBREY; Augusta; B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCA- TION; Education Club; A.C.E. Club; Baptist Student Union, Presi- dent. LEVY, JEROME W.; Atlanta; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Alpha Epsilon Pi. LEVY, NEILAN BERT; Atlanta; A.B.J. IN ADVERTISING; Alpha Epsilon Pi; " X " Club; I.F.C. LEWIS, CHARLES DEE, JR.; Decatur; B.B.A. IN STATISTICS; Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary: Delta Sigma Pi; Wayfarer Club; Pandora, Photographer. LEWIS. DON OWEN; Calhoun; B.S. IN AGRI- CULTURE. LEWIS. ELI STONE, JR.; Dawson; FORESTRY; Fores- try; Club. LEDIS, GILBERT L.; Millen; PHARMACY; Rho Chi; American Pharmaceutical Association. THIRD ROW: LEWIS. LOGAN MONTGOMERY; Thomasville; B.S. IN AGRICUL- TURE; Alpha Zeta; Agronomy Club, Secretary; 4-H Club; Baptist Student Union, Historian. LIPHAM, SAMUEL THOMAS, JR.; East Point; B.B.A. IN MARKETING; Phi Kappa Tau. LISENBY, WIL- LIAM EDWIN; Soperton; FORESTRY; Forestry Club. LITTLE. CAROLINE ADAMS; Marietta; B.S. IN ZOOLOGY; Chi Omega. LITTLE, CHARLES HOWARD; Jasper; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. LIV- INGSTON. WILLIAM JENNINGS; Wampee. S. C; BUSINESS AD- MINISTRATION; Delta Sigma Pi; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc.; Economics Society, Secretary. LONG. ROY: Rome; B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. - nineteen t FIFTH ROW: McCARLEY, HUGH FOREST; Newnan; B.B.A. IN FINANCE; Sigma Chi; Scabbard and Blade, Vice-President; " G " Club; Football. McCLURE, ROBERT ERNEST, JR.; Acworth; BUSINESS ADMINIS- TRATION. McCLURKlN. DOUGLAS CHARLES; Jacksonville, Fla.; FORESTRY; Forestry Club. McCOLSKEY, STEPHENS CARY; Vi- dalia; B.F.A. IN COMMERCIAL ART. McCONNELL. EDWARD L.; Claiksville; VETERINARY MEDICINE; Alpha Psi; Veterinary Science Club. McCRARY. JOSEPH BEECHER; Thomaston; B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING. McCRANIE. JOHN. JR.; Waycross; B.S. IN PRE-MED. McCRARY. LEWIS. L.; Molena; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE. McCREERY. WILLIAM FLOYD; Savannah; B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING; University Band; Men ' s Glee Club; Ag Engineering Club; 4-H Club; Georgia Agricultural Club; Georgia Agriculturist. SIXTH ROW: McCULLOCH. WILLIAM W„ JR.; Union Point; B.F.A. IN ART Art Students League; Student Union Board. McCURRY. ASBEN A. Savannah; B.S. IN PRE-MED; Chi Phi. McDONALD. ELLEN C. Atlanta; A.B. IN ENGLISH; Kappa Alpha Theta, Corresponding Secretary; Hunt Club; Pioneer Club; Glee Club; French Club. McDONALD. JOSEPH SANFORD; Pendergrass: A.B. IN ENGLISH. McDONALD. THOMAS WATSON. JR.; Monroe; BUSINESS AD MINiSTRATION. McDOWELL. STEWART WAYNE; Columbus; Pi Kappa Phi; Southwestern Club, President. McELROY, WIL- LIAM N.: Atlanta; B.B.A. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS; DELTA TAU DELTA; Glee Club. McFEELY. ROBERT ALTON; Augusta: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Alpha Tau Omega. McGARITY, GEORGIA E.: Dallas; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Kappa Alpha Theta, Vice-President; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Dance Club; Glee Club; Homecon Club. hundred and fift y McCLURKIN McCOLSKEY McCONNELL McCAHY McCRANIE McCRARY Mcdonald, e. c. McDONALD. I. S. McDONALD, T. W. McDOWELL McELROY McFEELY McGEE McGINNIS McGINTY McKAY McKEE McKENZIE McKIBBEN McKINNEY McLENDON McMillan McMURRY McNEEL, J. McNEEL, M. McRAE. H. McRAE, W. McVAY McWATEHS MeWHORTER MADDOX MAFFETT, J. MAFFETT, M. MAHAFFEY MAHANY MAJORS MALCOLM MANN MANNING. E. MANNING, R. SENIOR CLASS SOME OF THE THINGS YOU SEE ON COORDINATE . . .! MARET MASHBURN FIRST ROW: McGEE. MILTON EUGENE: Rome: A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Phi Delta Theta; Red and Black; Golf. McG:NNIS. LAMAR SCOTT; Norton. Va.; B.S. IN PRE-MED; Sigma Chi; Biftad; U.G.R.A. Cabinet; Demosthenian Literary Society; Canterbury Club. Mc- GINTY. JACK EARL; McRae: B.B.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha, Treas.; Alpha Phi Omega, Vice Pres.; Demosthenian Literary Society, Treas. McKAY, CHESTER EARL: Athens; B.S. IN PHYSICS. Mc- KEE: JOE W.; Atlanta: B.F.A. IN VOICE. McKENZIE, WILLIAM A.; Thomaston; B.S. IN PHARMACY; American Pharmaceutical Association. McKIBBEN, EVERETT S.; Bowdon; B.F.A.; Art Students League. FOURTH ROW: MAHAFFEY, RUFUS H.. JR.: Lawrenceville; B.B.A. IN AERO NAUTICAL ADMINISTRATION; Alpha Tau Omega; Scabbard and Blade; Delta Sigma Pi; Glee Club. MAHANY. HENRY LOUIS; Savannah; B.S. IN FORESTRY; Forestry Club. MAJORS. THOMAS JACKSON; Loudon. Tenn.; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Lambda Chi Alpha; Sigma Delta Chi. MALCOLM. ROY JULIUS; Social C rcle; B.S. IN PHARMACY. MANN. EARL DENNIS; Surrency; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. MANNING. EDWARD ALDEN; Ocala. Florida; B.S.A. IN POULTRY HUSBANDRY. MANNING. RICHARD WAYNE; Rocky Face: B.S. IN FORESTRY; B.S.U.; Forestry Club. FIFTH ROW: SECOND ROW: McKINNEY, MARCIA; Canton; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Kappa Alpha Theta, Treasurer, Chaplain; Coordinate Clips; Hunt Club; Junior Dolphin; Cheerleader; Voluntary Religious Association, Secretary; Bulldog Club, Secretary. McLENDON. CAROLYN; Hazlehurst; A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY; Alpha Omicron Pi. McMILLAN, MAURICE CARROLL; Enigma; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE; Sigma Nu. McMURRY. SARA; Lavonia; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Alpha Delta Pi. McNEEL. JoANN GENTRY: Marietta; ARTS AND SCIENCES; Pi Beta Phi. McNEEL. MORGAN LOUIS. Ill; Marietta; ARTS AND SCIENCES; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. McRAE. HUGH MARVIN. JR.; Rockmart; B.B.A. IN MARKETING. MARET, KARL DUANE; Lavonia; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE. MAR- LOW. SARAH NELL; Carrollton; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Homecon. MARTIN. EDWIN CANNON; Blakely; B.S.A. IN ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; Sigma Nu; Saddle and Sirloin Club, Sergeant-at-Arms; Demosthenian Lit. Soc. MARTIN, HUGH BENSON, JR.; Atlanta: B.S. IN AGRICULTURE. MARTIN. JACK DANIEL; Williamston. S. C; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE. MAR- TIN. WANDA JUNE; Atlanta; B.F.A. IN COMMERCIAL ART; Alpha Gamma Delta; Art Students League. MARTIN. WILLIAM B., JR.; Cedar Springs; VETERINARY MEDICINE; Omega Tau Sigma. MARTIN. WILLIAM HOMER; Athens; BUSINESS AD- MINISTRATION; Phi Delta Theta. MARTINEZ. ERNEST JUAN; Atlanta; B.S. IN FORESTRY; Pi Kappa Alpha; Forestry Club. SIXTH ROW: THIRD ROW: McRAE. WILLIAM HENRY; McRae: B.S. IN PHARMACY; Pi Kappa Alpha; Alpha Phi Omega, Treasurer; Demosthenian; American Pharmaceutical Association. McVAY. ANNA SUE; Atlanta; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS. McWATERS. NATHAN OLIVER; Athens; B.S. IN PRE-MED. McWHORTER, CHARLES LIGON. JR.; Winder; B.S. IN PHARMACY; American Pharmaceutical Association. MADDOX. SEABORN W.; JR.: Jackson; A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. MAFFETT, JAMES DANIEL. JR.; Montezuma; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Phi Delta Theta. MAFFETT. MARILYN RUTH: Montezuma; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Delta Delta Delta; Thelian Blackfriars; Canter- bury Club; U.R.A.; University Theater. MASHBURN. THOMAS R.; Rochelle; B.S.A. IN AGRONOMY; Plant Pathology Club; Agronomy Club. MATEZ. MURRAY NOR- MAN; Atlantic City. N. J.; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY; Tau Epsilon Phi; University Band. MATHEWS. GEORGE WILLIAM. JR.; Cuthbert; B.B.A. IN ECONOMICS; Sigma Nu. .MATTISON. MARIAN MIL- DRED; Atlanta; ARTS AND SCIENCES; Alpha Lambda Delta. MAURIOCOURT. JAMES N.; Moultrie; B.B.A. IN MARKETING; Kappa Sigma; Delta Sigma Pi; Economics Society; Remosthenian Lit. Soc. MAXCY. CHRISTINE; Belden. Miss.; B.S. IN NURSING EDUCATION. MAXWELL. WILLIE LEE; Athens; B.S. IN PHAR- MACY; American Pharmaceutical Association. MAYS, KATHRYN PATRICIA; Aiken. S. C; B.F.A. IN COMMERCIAL ART; Chi Omega; Art Students League; Junior Dolphin Club; Canterbury Club. MAYTON. MARY JO: Hapeville; A.B. IN ECONOMICS; Alpha Omicron Pi. • nineteen t hundred and fift y MARTIN, E. MATHEWS MARTIN, H. MATTISON MARTIN, J. MAURIOCOURT MARTIN, W. MAXCY MARTIN, W. B. MAXWELL MARTIN, W. H. MAYS MEADOW MEAGHER MEDDERS MEDDOCK MEDLIN MEIGS MERCER MERRITT. B. O. MERRITT, J. J. MERRITT, S. F. METHVIN MICHAEL MILLER, I. L. MILLER. J. F. MILLER. R. L. MILLS. M. P MILLS. S. B. MIMS MINCH MINCHEW MINTER MITCHELL. J. MITCHELL, J. W. MITCHELL. J. C. MITCHELL, P. E. MOBLEY, G. N. MOBLEY. J. R. MOBLEY, R. C SENIOR CLASS THE CO-OP . . . THIRD PERIOD MONTGOMERY MORGAN, D. G. MOORE, C. MORGAN, J. L. FIRST ROW: MEADOW. CLAUDE H., JR.: Cordele; ARTS AND SCIENCES; Pi Kappa Alpha. MEAGHER. NEIL JOHN: Atlanta; B.S. IN AGRI- CULTURE; Chi Psi, Secretary; Rifle Team. MEDDERS. ROY NOR- MAN. JR.; Fayetteville. N. C; B.F.A. MEDDOCK. CHARLES H.; Hazlehurst; B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING. MEDLIN. IAMES ROY; Jasper; B.B.A.; Alpha Kappa Psi. MEIGS. WILLIAM RUSS: Athens; B.S.A. IN ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; Sigma Nu. MERCER. JOHN T„ Donovan; VETERINARY MEDICINE; Alpha Psi; Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Zeta; Veterinary Science Club. Lit. Soc. MITCHELL. JOE CEPHUS; Climax; B.B.A. IN MARKET- ING; Sigma Nu; Alpha Phi Omega, Secretary, Vice-President, President; Wayfarers Club, Vice-President; Alpha Kappa Psi; Demosthenian Lit. Soc. MITCHELL. PAULINE E.; Thomasville: B.F.A. IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE. MOBLEY. GWINN NIX- ON; Thomasville; A.B. IN ENGLISH; Lambda Chi Alpha; Scab- bard and Blade; International Relations Club; U.G.R.A.; Glee Club. MOBLEY. JAMES RUSSELL: Augusta; B.B.A. IN ACCOUNT- ING. MOBLEY. RALPH CAROL; Live Oak. Ha.; VETERINARY MEDICINE; Alpha Psi; Alpha Zeta; Veterinary Science Club. SECOND ROW: MERRITT, BYRON OLIVER; Jakin; B.S. IN PHARMACY; American Pharmaceutical Association. MERRITT. JOYSTON JOHN. JR.; Norcross: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Glee Club. MERRITT. SARA FRANCES; Cumming; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Alpha Omicron Pi; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Homecon Club; Baptist Student Union. METHVIN, VIRGINIA NOLAN; Senoia; B.S. IN EDUCA- TION. MICHAEL. M. C; Athens; ARTS AND SCIENCES. MILLER. JAMES LLOYD; Ludowici; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. MILLER. JOHN FRASER; Cleveland: B.B.A. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS; Delta Sigma Pi; Economics Society. THIRD ROW: MILLER. RUSSELL LEE; Cairo; B.S. IN AGRONOMY; Agronomy Club, President; Ag Hill Council; Alpha Zeta; Aghon; Ag Club. MILLS. MRS. MURRELL PENN NGTON; Lumber City; B.S. IN EDUCATION. MILLS. SARA B.; GriHin; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Phi Mu. MTMS. GEORGE THOMAS. JR.: Plains; B.S. IN CHEMIS- TRY; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Georgia Southwestern College Club; Baptist Student Union. MJNCH. JOHN JOSEPH; Lakewood. O.; A.B. IN ENGLISH; Pi Kappa Phi; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc.; Newman Club; U.G.R.A. MINCHEW. HOWELL EDWARD; Douglas; B.S.A. IN VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE. MINTER. DELLA JEAN; El- berton; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Alpha Psi Omega; Pi Beta Phi. FOURTH ROW: MITCHELL, JAMES, JR.; Brunswick; B.S. IN PHARMACY; Delta Tau Delta; American Pharmaceutical Association. MITCHELL. JAMES WILLIAM: Rome; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Demosthenian • nineteen t FIFTH ROW: MONTGOMERY. TOM ALBERT: Athens; B.S. IN ZOOLOGY. MOORE. CHARLES; Atlanta: A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Demosthenian Lit. Soc; Red and Black, Associate Editor; Georgia Cracker; University of Georgia Writers Conference. MO ORE, ELAINE FAYE; Perry; B.S. IN DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION. MOORE. GEORGE C; Coleman; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Phi Kappa Tau, President; Alpha Kappa Psi; I.F.C. MOORE, MARTHA JO; Douglas; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. MOORE. NEWMAN LA- MAR; Athens; B.S. IN EDUCATION. MOORE. SAMPSON DEWEY. JR.: Morris Station; B.B.A. IN MARKETiNG. MOREHEAD. COATUS LEE. JR.; Ocilla; AGRICULTURE. MORELAND. SARA ROSINE; Fort Meyers, Fla.; A.B. IN JOURNALISM. SIXTH ROW: MORGAN, DISKIN GILFORD: Douglas: B.S. IN CHEMISTRY; Baptist Student Union. MORGAN. JUDITH LAKE; Clemson. S. C; B.F.A. IN ART; Chi Omega; Arts Student ' s League. MORRIS, GEORGE ROLLIE. JR.; B.S.A. IN POULTRY HUSBANDRY; Alpha Zeta; Poultry Club, President, Secretary-Treasurer. MORR IS. THAD J.. JR.: Statesboro; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. MORRIS. WIL- LIAM EDWIN; Chattanooga. Tenn.; FORESTRY. MORRISON. CHARLES RICHARD; Winterville; B.S.A. IN VOCATIONAL AGRI- CULTURE. MORROW. HAROLD LOYD; Red Bay. Alabama; FORESTRY. MOSELY. WALLACE G.: Jasper; PHARMACY. MOSES, EDWIN DAVIS; Uvalda: ARTS AND SCIENCES; Phi Kappa Tau. hundred and fift y MOORE, E. F. MOORE. G. C. MOORE, M. J. MOORE, N. L. MOORE. S. D. MOREHEAD MORELAND MORRIS, G. R. MORRIS, T. J. MORRIS. W. E. MORRISON. C. R. MORROW MOSELY MOSES MOSS MOSS, E. MOTE MULLIGAN MULL ' N MUNIS MUNDY, C. MUNDY, O. MUNSON MURDOCK, B. MURDOCK, E. MURPHY, J. MURPHY, S. MURPHY, W [URRAY, C. MURRAY, L. MURRAY, M. MURRARY, R. NASH NEAL NEE NEEL, E. NEEL, M. NEELY, B. NEELY, F. NEWTON, J. NEWTON, O. NEWTON, P. SENIOR CLASS " AW, COME ON, HOSS . . .! ' NICHOLS O ' CONNER NICHOLSON, B. NOBREGAS FIRST ROW: MOSS. CLAUDE E.: Hiawassee; L.L.B.; Phi Delta Phi. MOSS. ELMER SANDERS; Cedartown; B.B.A. MOTE. DOYLE ERWIN: Calhoun; B.S. IN PHARMACY; American Pharmaceutical As- sociation; Georgia Cracker, Business Staff. MULLIGAN. ROBERT CROUCH: Augusta; B.F.A. IN COMMERCIAL ART; Delta Tau Delta; Kappa Alpha Mu; Phi Kappa. MULLIN. ANN WHATLEY; Columbus: B.S. IN EDUCATION; Pi Beta Phi; Pioneer Club. MULLIS, JOHN EMORY; Dublin: A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Delta Tau Delta; Sigma Delta Chi. MUNDY. CHARLES DODSON; Jonesboro; B.S.A. IN ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; Saddle and Sirloin; Demos- thenian. Treasurer; Theta Sigma Phi, Secretary; Alpha Lambda Delta. NEEL, MALCOLM MOONEX. JR.; College Park; ARTS AND SCIENCES. NEELY, BILLIE M.; La Fayette: B.S. IN HOME ECO- NOMICS; Homecon; P.O.W. NEELY. FORREST A.; McCaysville; B.F.A. IN INTERIOR DESIGN; Pi Kappa Alpha. NEWTON, JOHN RAY; Millen; AGRICULTURE; Pi Kappa Phi. NEWTON, OLIN EVERETTE; Atlanta; B.F.A. IN MUSIC; Varsity Tennis; A Capella Choir. NEWTON, PHILIP TOWNSEND; Gainesville; B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING; Delta Tau Delta; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc. FIFTH ROW: SECOND ROW: MUNDY. OTTYE LEE; Jonesboro; B.S. IN EDUCATION. MUNSON. RAYMOND F.: Port Henry, N. Y.; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. MURDOCK. BETTY C; Avondale Estates; B.F.A. IN DRAMA; Alpha Gamma Delta; Zeta Phi Eta; Dance Club; Thalian-Black- friars; Cheer Leader; Vice-President Freshman Class. MURDOCK, ELBERT CECIL, JR.; Heme; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Kappa Sigma; Bulldog Orchestra, Vocalist. MURPHY, JIMMY JOE: Morrow; B.B.A. IN AERONAUTICAL ADMINISTRATION; Sigma Nu; Scab- bard and Blade. MURPHY, SADIE; Quitman; B.S. IN ELEMEN- TARY EDUCATION; Alpha Delta Pi. MURPHY, WILLIAM RIDGE- WAY; Swainsboro; A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY; Alpha Phi Omega. NICHOLS. VAN NOLAN; Screven; B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING. NICHOLSON, BETTY ANNE; Dexter; B.S. IN EDUCATION. NICHOL- SON, ROBERT N.; Athens; B.B.A. IN MARKETING. NICKENS, RAY, JR.: Madison; B.S. IN FORESTRY. NIXON, HORACE C: Macon; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. NUNNALLY, LEWIS G.: Bogart; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. NUNNLEY, MURRAY ED- WARD; Jakin; VETERINARY MEDI CINE; Alpha Psi; Veterinary Science Club. OATES, DOROTHY; Brunswick; A.B. IN JOURNAL- ISM; Chi Omega; Women ' s Athletic Association; Golf Club; Glee Club; Red and Black, Reporter. OAKLEY, OLIVER WENDELL, JR.; Statenville; B.S. IN PHARMACY; American Pharmaceutical Association. THIRD ROW: MURRAY. CARL CLAXTON; Americus; A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Pi Sigma Alpha, Vice-President; Political Science Club; Demosthenian Lit. Soc.; Southwester Club; Cosmopolitan Club; G.O.P. MURRAY, LEONARD ELY, JR.: At lanta; B.B.A. IN MARKETING; Alpha Tau Omega, Vice-President; Alpha Kappa Psi; Economics Society. MURRAY. MILTON HOOD Fort Valley; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY; Delta Tau Delta, President Phi Kappa Lit. Soc.; I.F.C.; International Relations Club. MURRAY. RALPH BARDWELL; Atlanta; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. NASH, HOKE SMITH, JR.; Athens; ARTS AND SCIENCES; Sigma Chi; Omicron Delta Kappa, Treasurer; Biftad; International Relations Club; U.G.R.A., Senior Cabinet. NEAL, RUSSELL O.; Ashland: AGRICULTURE; Ag Club. NEE, JOHN THOMAS, JR.: Atlanta; B.B.A. IN M ARKETING; Chi Phi. FOURTH ROW: NEEL, ELIZABETH ANN; Atlanta; A.B.J. IN RADIO; Pi Beta Phi, President, Secretary; Mortar Board, Editor; Pan-Hellenic Council, SIXTH ROW: O ' CONNOR, JOSEPH; Albany; VETERINARY MEDICINE; Omega Tau Sigma. NOBREGAS, GEORGE ANGEL; Havana, Cuba; B.A. IN INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS; Theta Chi; Cosmopolitan Club; Jewman Club; Political Science Club. O ' KEEFFE, CLARA PATRICIA; Atlanta: A.B. IN GEOGRAPHY; Pi Beta Phi; Mortar Board, Vice- President; Pandora, Womans Editor; Women ' s Athletic Associa- tion, Golf Manager; Golf Club; Newman Club; V.R.A.; Geography Club, President; Pioneer Club. OLIVER. GWYNETH; Atlanta; ARTS AND SCIENCES; Delta Delta Delta; Co-ordinate Clips, Pioneer Club; Canterbury Club. OLLIFF, JAMES FRANK, JR. Statesboro; B.S. IN PHARMACY; Sigma Chi. O ' NEAL, LEE ROY Jackson; B.S. IN VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE. O ' ROURKE, GERALD JOHN, JR.; Chickamauga; A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Sigma Alpha; Delta Theta Phi; Political Science Club; Law School Honor Court. ORR. CAROLINE MOORE. Atlanta; A.B. IN JOURN- ALISM; Kappa Alpha Theta; Pan-Hellenic Council. ORR. EVELYN ELIZABETH; Athens; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS. • nineteen t hundred and fift y NICHOLSON, R. O ' KEEFFE NICKENS OLIVER NIXON OLLIFF NUNNLEY O ' NEAL NUNNALLY O ' ROURKE OATES ORR. C. OAKLEY ORR, E. OWEN. I. L. OWEN, S. L. OWENS OWINGS OXFORD PADGETT PARK PARKER, C. L. PARKER, C. W. PARKER, J. H. PARKER, JR. PARKER, L. H. PARKER, M. B. PARKER, M. E PARNELL PARRISH, E. PARRISH, G. J. PARTEE PATAT PATCH PATRICK PATTERSON PATTON PATUREAU PAULK PAULSEN, J. H. PAULSEN, J. F. PAUSE SENIOR CLASS CO ON, GIRLS, GET YOUR LUNCH PAXSON PETREE PEARCE PETRUZO FIRST ROW: OWEN, IRIS L.; Macon; B.B.A. IN MARKETING; Red and Black, Assistant Business Manager, Business Manager; Georgia Cracker, Business Manager, Advertising Manager; P.O.W., President. OWEN, SYDNOR LEE; Cedartown; AGRICULTURE. OWENS, DAWSON; Albany; B.S. IN PSYCHOLOGY; Alpha Tau Omega, Vice-President, President; Economics Society; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc. OWINGS, HENRY HOLBERT, JR.; Gore; B.S.A. IN AGRONOMY; Alpha Zeta; Agronomy Club; Baptist Student Union. OXFORD, CHARLES BENJAM N: College Park; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. PADGETT. WILLIAM CHRISTY: Baxley; B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING. PARK, CLIFFORD THOMAS; West Green; B.S.A. IN VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE; Pi Tau Chi; Wesley Foundation. SECOND ROW: PARKER, CHARLIE LEE, JR.: Macon; B.F.A. IN DRAMA; Alpha Psi Omega, Director; Thalian Blackfriars; University Theatre Stalf. PARKER, CHARLES WILLIAM; Abbeville; B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING. PARKER, JAMES HAROLD; Ellijay; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE; Phi Eta Sigma; Agricultural Club, Secretary-Treasurer, Vice-Presi- dent; Agronomy Club, Vice-President, President; Blue Key; Grid- iron; Aghon; Alpha Zeta, Scribe; Scabbard and Blade; Ag Hill Council; Georgia Agriculturist, Editor. PARKER, JOHN RQD; Anderson, S. C: FORESTRY; Xi Sigma Pi; Assistant Business Manager of Cypress Knee; Forestry Club; Ag Hill Council. PARKER, LOUIS HILL; Dublin: B.S. IN AGRICULTURE; Dairy Science Club, Treasurer; Member of Dairy Cattle Judging Team; Georgia Dairyman, Associate Editor. PARKER, MARGIE B.: Lyons: A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Kappa Delta; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pan-Hellenic Council; Pioneer Club. PARKER. MARY EARLE; Brunswick; ARTS AND SCIENCES; Delta Delta Delta, Treasurer; Pythagorean Math Club; Alpha Lambda Delta; Zodiac; Pioneer Club; French Club. THIRD ROW: PARNELL, FRANCIS EUGENE; Covington; B.S. IN GEOGRAPHY. PARRISH, ESTHER: Augusta; ARTS AND SCIENCES. PARRISH, GLADYS JOYCE; Moultrie: B.F.A. IN MUSIC; Chi Omega, Presi- dent; Sigma Alpha Iota; A Capella Choir. PARTEE, WALTER DOUGLAS; Social Circle: B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING. PATAT, CLAUD THOMAS, JR.; Cuthbert; B.S. IN EDUCATION. PATCH, JEWELL JUANITA; Moultrie; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Zeta Tau Alpha. PATRICK. LESLIE BOWEN; Quitman; B.S. IN AGRI- CULTURAL ENGINEERING. FOURTH ROW: PATTERSON, MARVIN C; Lampass, Texas: BUSINESS ADMINIS- TRATION. PATTON, DEVON KENNARD; Shady Dale; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE. PATUREAU. ALAN C: Atlanta; A.B. IN JOURNAL- ISM; Demosthenian Lit. Soc; G.O.P.; Red and Black, News Editor, Feature Editor, Assistant News Editor. PAULK, WILLIAM E„ JR.; Rebecca; A.B. IN ENGLISH; Thalian Blackfriars; University Dance Club; French Club; University Theatre. PAULSEN. JACOB H.; Savannah; B.B.A. IN COMMERCE; Sigma Chi; Georgia Cracker, Business Manager. PAULSEN, JOHN FREDERICK: Savannah; B.B.A. IN MARKETING; Sigma Chi; Alpha Kappa Psi; Way- farer ' s Club; Geechee Club; Georgia Cracker Staff. PAUSE, BARBARA EDWINA; Atlanta; B.A. ARTS AND SCIENCES; Alpha Omicron Pi; Alpha Lambda Delta; " Z " -Club; Pythagorean Math Club, Treasurer; Philosophy Club, Treasurer; Representative to Student Government; V.R.A.; Freshman Class President; Junior Class, Secretary-Treasurer. FIFTH ROW: PAXSON, ROBIN McDOWELL; Abbeville; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE; Saddle and Sirloin Club. PEARCE, LOUISE FLEMING; Atlanta; ARTS AND SCIENCES. PEEBLES, HALL; Augusta; A.B. IN PHILOSOPHY; Sigma Nu, Secretary; Alpha Phi Omega, Vice- President, Secretary; Phi Eta Sigma; U.G.R.A., Treasurer; Inter- national Relations Club; Demosthenian Lit. Soc, Adalatus; Eco- nomics Club; Student Union Council; Westminister Fellowship; Philosophy Club, President; Varsity Debate Team; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. PENCE, ROBERT LUSTER; LaFayette; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. PENLAND, WILLIAM ALFRED: Ellijay; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. PERSONS, JOHN PAT; Atlanta: L.L.B. IN LAW; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi; Georgia Bar Journal, Assistant Editor. PERRIN, JOSEPH S.; Clarkston; B.F.A. IN PAINTING AND DRAWING. PESKIN, HER- MAN; Winder; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY; Tau Epsilon Phi. PETERS, WILLIAM COOPER; Moultrie: A.B. IN HISTORY; L.L.B. IN LAW; Kappa Sigma; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc; Pythagorean Math Club; I.F.C. SIXTH ROW: PETREE, RALPH LEWIS; Atlanta; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE. PET- RUZZO, ROBERT THOMAS; Philadelphia, Penn.; B.S. IN PHAR- MACY; Sigma Nu; Georgia Pharmacist Staff; American Pharma- ceutical Association, Student President. PHILLIPS, GEORGE ROBERT; Atlanta; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. HARLEY ANGUS; Jesup; Veterinary Medicine; Veterinary Science Club. PHILLIPS WESLEY J.; Dacula; AGRICULTURE; A.S.A.E. PICKENS, CHARLES T.; Way- cross; AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS. PILCHER, JACQUELYN; Warrenton; B.S. IN MUSIC EDUCATION; Alpha Gamma Delta, Recording Secretary; Sigma Alpha Iota, Secretary, Treasurer; A Capella Choir, President; Music Education Club; Women ' s Glee Club. PILKENTON, PEGGY ANN; Molena; B.S. IN HOME ECO- NOMICS. PIRKLE, JOSHUA FRANKLIN; Hoschton; B.S. IN AGRI- CULTURAL ENGINEERING; Wesley Foundation; Agricultural Engineering Club. • nineteen t nundred unci fift f PEEBLES PENCE PENLAND PERSONS PERRIN PESKIN PETERS PHILLIPS. G. R. PHILLIPS, H. A. PHILLIPS, W. J. PICKREN PILCHER PILKENTON PIRKLE PITTMAN PITTS PITZER POAGE PODOLL POGGIOLI POLLARD POOLE, C. POOLE. C. J. PORTER PORTER, R. L. PORTER, R. L. PORTMAN POSS POTTER POTTS POTTS, O. POUNDS POWELL, H. POWELL, R. POWELL, J. PHAGES PHICE PRIDGEN, G. PRIDGEN, K. PRINCE PRINGLE PROCTOR SENIOR CLASS " I COULD HAVE SWORN I SAW A MAN " FIRST HOW: PITTMAN. CLARENCE WILLIAM; Commerce; B.S. IN PHARMACY; Kappa Sigma; American Pharmaceutical Association. PITTS, E. ANN; College Park; A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY; Kappa Delta; Pio- neer Club, President; Inner Circle; Psychology Club; Student Government. PITZER, VANCE STERLING; Roanoke, Va.; B.B.A. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Kappa Alpha. POAGE, THOMAS WARREN; Tampa, Fla.; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Alpha Tau Omega; Sigma Delta Chi, Vice-President; Red and Black, Editor; Henry Grady ' s Stamp of Approval; The Fraternity Way, Associate Editor; University News Bureau. PODOLL, Marilyn Muncie; Savannah; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Delta Phi Epsilon; Hillel Founda- tion; Art Students ' League; Education Club. POGGIOLI, ODO- ARDO JOSE; Caracas, Venezuela; B.S. IN AGRONOMY; Cosmo- politan Club; Alpha Phi Omega. POLLARD, JAMES FRANK; Breman; B.B.A. IN MARKETING. SECOND ROW: POOLE. CHRISTIAN HARRY, JR.; Atlanta: B.F.A. IN ART. POOLE. COLEEN J.; Gainesville: B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Phi Upsilon Omicron, Vice-President; Georgia Agriculturist Staff; P.O.W., Vice-President; Homecon Club. PORTER. MARY ELLEN; Cochran; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Alpha Chi Omega; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Homecon Club. PORTER, MRS. ROBERT LYON; Atlanta; B.A. IN SOCIOLOGY. PORTER, ROBERT L.; Atlanta; B.S. IN EDUCATION. PORTMAN, Bernard M.; Savannah; B.S. IN PRE- MED.; Tau Epsilon Phi; Hillel Foundation; Georgia Cracker, Business Staff. POSS, WILLIAM V.; Nicholson; B.B.A. IN BUSI- NESS ADMINISTRATION; Alpha Kappa Psi. Association; Tennis Club, Secretary; Pythagorean Math Club; Pioneer Club; Glee Club. PRIDGEN, GEORGE RODGERS; Way- cross; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Tau Chi; Kappa Delta Pi; Wesley Foundation, Vice-President; Demosthenian Lit. Soc. BRIDGEN. KATHRYN PRISCILLA; Jacksonville, Fla.; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Sigma Alpha Iota; Pi Tau Chi; Wesley Foundation; Director of Wesley Singers. PRINCE, WENDELL L.; Pelham; B.S. IN FORESTRY; Cypress Knee, Photographer. PRINGLE, ROBERT LACKEY. Greensboro. N. C; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. PROCTOR. LAKE THEO- DORE; Savannah: B.S. IN CHEMISTRY; G.O.P. FIFTH ROW: PRurrr. Elizabeth lee,- Manchester.- a.b. in journalism; Kappa Delta; Red and Black; Pioneer Club. PRYOR, JOSEPH E.; DeSoto; B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING; Sigma Chi; Alpha Zeta; Agricultural Engineering Club, President; American Society of Agricultural Engineers, Vice-President. PTJLLIN. JAMES CLEMENT; Atlanta; L.L.B. IN LAW; Kappa Sigma, Vice-President; Phi Alpha Delta. PURCELL, JACK; Jefferson; B.S. IN EDUCATION. PURSLEY. CHARLES R.; Haddock; B.B.A. IN MANAGEMENT; Phi Delta Theta. QUILLIAN, AL A.; Winder; A.B. ARTS AND SCIENCES; L.L.B. IN LAW; Sigma Chi. QUILLIAN, ELSIE H.: Winder; EDUCATION. RABHAN, ERWIN DAVID; Swainsboro; B.S. IN AGRIC ,r LTURE; Tau Epsilon Phi; Hillel, President; I.Z.F.A., President; Poultry Science Club, President; Dairy Science Club; Ag Hill Council; Saddle and Sirloin Club. Agricultural Club. RAGAN, HOROLD JAMES; Whigham; B.S. IN VOCATIONAL AG- RICULTURE; Gaffau Club. THIRD ROW: POTTER, EDWARD NESBIT; Atlanta; B.S. IN PHARMACY; Ameri- can Pharmaceutical Association; Georgia Pharmacist, Associate Editor. POTTS, AMY LOUISE; Ringgold; B.S. IN EDUCATION. POTTS, OTIS JANIECE; Columbus; EDUCATION; Band; A Capella Choir. POUNDS, MORRIS; Milledgeville; ARTS AND SCIENCES. POWELL, HOWARD TYUS; Kite; FORESTRY. POWELL, RAY- MOND LEE; Arlington: B.S. IN EDUCATION. POWELL, JOE BEN; Lakeland; B.S. IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY; Kappa Alpha. FOURTH ROW: PRAGER. IRWIN LEWIS; Los Angeles, Calif.; A.B. IN GEO- GRAPHY; Tau Epsilon Phi. PRICE. L. VIRGINIA; Griffin; B.B.A. IN PERSONAL ADMINISTRATION; Pi Beta Phi; Women ' s Athletic SIXTH ROW: RAGSDALE. SHIRLEY ANN; Augusta; B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCA- TION; Alpha Gamma Delta, Social Chairman; Women ' s Athletic Association; Physical Education Club; Modern Dance Club; Pan- Hellenic Council. RAHN. JOHN QUARTERMAN; Flemington; B.B.A. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. RAINEY. CARL DeWITT; Atlanta; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. RANDALL, WILLIAM ROBERT; Washington; B.S. IN FORESTRY; Phi Delta Theta. RANKIN, GOODWIN SCOTT, JR.; Macon; B.S. IN FORESTRY; Kappa Alpha; Xi Sigma Pi; Forestry Club; Cypress Knee. RATCLIFFE. JAMES Cameron; Savannah; B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING. RAY, BOYCE H„ JR.: Calhoun: B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. REDDISH, VER- NON RANDALL: Odum; B.S. FORESTRY; Forestry Club. REED, JAMES FRANKLIN; Cave Spring; B.B.A. IN MARKETING; Lambda Chi Alpha. . nineteen L hundred and rift y PULLIN RAINEY PURCELL RANDALL PURSLEY RANKIN QUILLIAN RATCLIFFE QUILLIAN, E. RAY RABHAN REDDISH RAGAN REED REECE RICHARDSON RITCHIE ROBERTSON. ANNA REED, J. A. RICHMAN RIVERS ROBISON REED, P. RIDGWAY ROANE ROBISON. T. REEVES RIDLEY ROBERTS, P. ROBISON, L. REGISTER RILEY, G. ROBERTS, S. P. ROBINSON, R. S. REHNQUIST RILEY, W. ROBERTS, W. T. ROBINSON, W. R. REID RINGEL ROBERTSON, J. RODDENBERRY SENIOR CLASS " S. U. A.??? " ROGERS, D. ROWE ROGERS, I. RUDOLPH FIRST ROW: REECE. JOHN RILEY. JR.; Douglas: B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING; Agricultural Engineering Club. REED, JOHN ALLEN; Lexington; LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE; Landscape Architecture Club, Corresponding Secretary. REED, PATRICIA IRENE; St. Petersburg, Fla.; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Homecon Club; U.G.R.A. REEVES. ROBERT LOUIS; Cartersville; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY; Delta Tau Delta. REGISTER. RALPH FREDERICK; Rents: B.S. IN PHARMACY; Rho Chi; American Pharmaceutical Association. REHNQUIST, FLORENCE ELLEN; Mt. Carmel, 111.; B.S. IN CHEM- ISTRY; Chi Omega; Pi Mu Epsilon; Dolphin Club. REID, JAMES TRAVIS: Breman: B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING; Agri- cultural Engineering Club. SECOND ROW: RICHARDSON, G. C: Hendersonville. N. C; BUSINESS ADMINIS- TRATION; Swimming Team; Basketball Team. RICHMAN, BER- NARD EVERETT; Manning, S. C; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Alpha Epsilon Pi. RIDGWAY, JERE ADAMS; Bowman; B.S. IN EDUCATION. RIDLEY. IVE LEONARD, JR.; Warwick; B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING. RILEY, GEORGE MILES. JR.; Statesboro; B.B.A. IN MARKETING; Sigma Pi. RILEY. WALTER JAMES. JR.: B.S. IN AGRONOMY; Alpha Zeta; Blue Key, Secre- tary a nd Treasurer; Agronomy Club. RINGEL, FRED M.; Bruns- wick; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Phi Epsilon Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Biftad; Phi Kappa; V.R.A.; Dean ' s List; I.F.C.; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc, Chief Justice; Freshman Debate Team; Red and Black; Georgia Cracker. THIRD ROW: RITCHIE, ALFRED ERNEST; Atlanta; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE. RIVERS. MARTHA LOUISE; Augusta; B.S. IN NURSING EDUCA- TION. ROANE. CURTIS B.; Savannah; B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING. ROBERTS. ETHER PAUL; Dalton; ARTS AND SCIENCES. ROBERTS. SAMUEL PAUL; Tallapoosa; B.S. IN FORESTRY. ROBERTS. WILLIAM T.; Monteruma; L.L.B. IN LAW; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc., President, Vice-President; Gridiron; Phi Alpha Delta; International Relations Club; Secre- tary-Treasurer Freshman Law Class. ROBERTSON, JOHN FRANK- UN; Dalton; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Sigma Pi. FOURTH ROW: ROBERTSON. RACHEL ANNA; Frolona; B.S. IN HOME ECONOM- ICS. ROBISON. THOMAS ELWOOD. JR.; Jackson: B.B.A. IN MANAGEMENT; Chi Psi, Vice-President; Delta Sigma Pi; Pytha- gorean Club. ROBISON, LeROY; College Park; B.B.A. N AC- COUNTING; Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc. ROBINSON, ROBERT STOGNER; Carrollton; ARTS AND SCIENCES. ROBIN- SON, WALTER RANDOLPH; Columbus; BUSINESS ADMINISTRA- TION. RODDENBERY. REBECCA; Cairo; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Chi Omega; Dolphin. RODGERS. LAWRENCE E.; Thomson; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE. FIFTH ROW: ROGERS, DAVID N.; Adrian: B.S. IN EDUCATION. ROGERS, JACK ALEXANDER; Lithonia: B.S. IN GEOLOGY. ROLAND, CARL EDWARD; Tignall; B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING. ROMM. MENDEL. JR.; Atlanta; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Tau Epsilon Phi, President, Treasurer; Biftad; Pathagorean Club; I.F.C., Treasurer. ROONEY, FRED BERNARD. JR.; Bethlehem, Penn.; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Delta Sigma Pi; Newman Club; Economics Society. ROSARIO, LAURA PEREZ; Hato Rey. Puerto Rico; B.S. IN PHARMACY; Cosmopolitan Club; American Pharmaceutical Association; Newman Club. ROUNTREE. MARY GEORGIA; Au- gusta; Alpha Gamma Delta; Women ' s Athletic Association; Glee Club. ROWAN. BURL VENTON; Nashville; B.S. IN EDUCA- TION; Delta Sigma Pi, Historian; Economics Society, Treasurer; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc.; Baptist Student Union. ROWAN. JAMES D.; Nashville; B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING. SIXTH ROW: ROWE, ALVIN JOHN. JR.; Savannah; B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING. RUDOLPH, THOMAS EDWIN; Atlanta; B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION; Men ' s Glee Club; Track; Men ' s Music Club. RUSH- TON. ALBERT FRANK. JR.: Atlanta; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Kappu Sigma; Di Gamma Kappa. RUSSELL. JESSE RHODES; Monticello; B.S.A. IN ECONOMICS; Alpha Tau Omega. RUSSELL, PAUL CLYDE; Seneca, S. C; B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING; Alpha Phi Omega, Historian; Delta Sigma Pi; Red and Black, Staff. RUS- SELL WILLIAM ADOLPH: Woodland; B.S. IN DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION; Theta Chi; Distributive Education Club, Parlimen- tarian; Southwester Club, Treasurer. RUSSELL. WILLIAM AN- DERSON; Cleveland; B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION; Physical Education Club. RYAN, JO AIKEN; Savannah; B.S. IN EDUCA- TION. RYAN. JOHN DAVID; Atlanta; B.B.A. IN MARKETING; Theta Chi, Marshall. • nineteen t hundred and fift y ROLAND HUSHTON ROMM RUSSELL, J. ROONEY RUSSELL, P. ROSARIO RUSSELL, W. ROUNTREE RUSSELL. W. AND. ROWAN. R. RYAN, JO RYLANDER SADLER SANDERS, I. SANDERS, J. S. SANDERS, R. SASEEN SASSER SATTERWHITE SAWYER, G. SAWYER, T. SCARBOROUGH SCARLETT SCHNEIDER SCOTT, J. D, SCOTT, J. SCOTT, W. SEAGRAVES SEARS SEAY SEITZ SEIZ SELIGMAN SELL SELLERS, F. SELLERS, R. SELLERS, W. SESSIONS SEWELL SENIOR CLASS NA THANKS— I DON ' T WANT ANY! SEYMOUR SHIPMAN SHADBURN SHIVER, J. tv - J ¥ - J FIRST ROW: FOURTH ROW: RYLANDER. CORNEILLE; Americus: B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDU- CATION; Kappa Kappa Gamma. SADLER. RUFUS GERALD; HartweU; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE; Alpha Zeta. SANDERS. JAMES DOUGLAS; East Point; B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING; Ag Hill Council; Ag Engineering Club; Georgia Agriculturist, Editor. SANDERS. JOYCE SMITH; East Point: B.S. IN EDUCA- TION; Association of Childhood Education. SANDERS. ROBERT OLIVER. JR.; Macon; A.B.J. IN ADVERTISING; Phi Delta Theta; University Rifle Team. SASEEN. JOSEPH OWEN; Savannah; A.B.J. IN ADVERTISING; Newman Club; Geechee Club; Demos- thenian Lit. Soc. SASSER. HORACE O.; Albany; B.S. IN EDUCA- TION; Chi Psi; " G " Club; Men ' s Athletic Association, Vice-Presi- dent; Varsity Cheerleader. SELIGMAN. PEARL; Claxton; B.F.A. IN INTERIOR DECORATION; Delta Phi Epsilon; Alpha Psi Omega; Hillel; Art Students League, Secretary. SELL. MARY JEANE; Sylvania; B.S. IN HOME ECO- NOMICS; Alpha Delta Pi. SELLERS. FLOYD C: Baxley; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY-ZOOLOGY. SELLERS, ROBERT L.; Ellijay; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Delta Sigma Pi. SELLERS. W.LLARD JEN- NINGS; Baxley; B.S. IN FORESTRY; Forestry Club; Football, Softball. SESSIONS, ROBERT MORRIS; Atlanta; B.B.A. IN IN- SURANCE-REAL ESTATE; Delta Tau Delta; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc.; Glee Club. SEWELL, WARREN PALMER; Atlanta; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. SECOND ROW: SATTERWH1TE, CAROLYN; Decatur; A.B. IN ENGLISH; Alpha Omicron Pi; Alpha Lambda Delta; International Relations Club. SAWYER. GERALD B.; Atlanta; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Pi Kappa Alpha. SAWYER. TOM YOUNG: Arlington; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. SCARBOROUGH. BEVERLY JUNE; Atlanta; B.S. IN PRE-MED; Hunt Club, Secretary-Treasurer; Dolphin Club; U.G.R.A.; P.O.W., President, Vice-President; Womens Student Government Association; Student Union. SCARLETT, FRANCIS MU1R; Brunswick; A.B. IN ENGLISH; Pi Kappa Phi, Historian, Chaplain; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc.; Alpha Phi Omega; U.G.R.A.; Westminster Fellowship, Vice-President. SCHNEIDER, MILLICENT JANE; Atlanta; B.F.A. IN DRAMA; Delta Delta Delta, President, Social Chairman; Thalian-Blackfriars; Philosophy Club; Pan- Hellenic Council; Dance Club. SCOTT, JACK DAVIDSON: Kath- wood, S.C.; B.B.A. IN MARKETING; Chi Psi; Varsity Swimming Team. FIFTH ROW: SEYMOUR. FRED M.; Bowman; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. SHADBURN, MINOR C; Thomaston; A.B.J. IN RADIO; Di Gamma Kappa. SHADGETT. OLIVE HALL; Athens: A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE; Political Science Club, President; Pi Sigma Alpha; Honor Student; Sayre Award; First 5% of Class. SHAINKER, CHARLES JEROME; Atlanta; B.B.A. IN MARKETING; Tau Epsilon Phi; Hillel, Publicity Chairman; Economics Society; University Round Table. SHARKEY, JOHN CHARLES; Moultrieville, S. C; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Sigma Delta Chi. SHARPLESS, ROBERT JAMES; Columbus; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc; Scabbard and Blade, Treasurer. SHEAROUSE. SHIRLEY; Savannah; ARTS AND SCIENCES; Ka ppa Kappa Gamma. SHEFFIELD. SHIRLEY JOANN; Kingsland; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Alpha Delta Pi; Distributive Education Club. SHEL- NUTT. ROBERT G.: Wehadkee, Ala.; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE. THIRD ROW: SCOTT, JOHN D.; Augusta; B.S. IN PHARMACY; Chi Psi, Secre- tary; American Pharmaceutical Association. SCOTT, WILBUR FRANCIS; Savannah; BUSINESS ADMINIS I RATION; Delta Tau Delta; Geechee Club; Alpha Phi Omega; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc.; Sigma Delta Pi. SEAGRAVES, BARBARA ANNE; Athens; M.A. IN MATHEMATICS; Bessie Tift College, Undergraduate Work; Mu Kappa Epsilon; President, Theta Chi Omega Honor Society; Student Council, Vice-President; W.A.A., Secretary; Who ' s Who. SEARS, HERMAN STANLEY: Pearson; B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING. SEAY. MADELYN S.; Greenville; A.B. IN JOURN- ALISM; Pi Beta Phi; Red and Black. SEITZ, ERWIN C; At- lanta; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Lambda Chi Alpha, Presi- dent; I.F.C.; Newman Club. SQZ, EMIL CHARLES; Atlanta; B.B.A. IN AERONAUTICAL ADMINISTRATION; Sigma Nu; Aero Club; Demosthenian Lit. Soc. SIXTH ROW: SHIPMAN, WILLIAM F„ JR.; Augusta; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY- ZOOLOGY; Swimming Team; Glee Club. SHIVER, JEAN; Syl- vester; B.S. IN EDUCATION. SHIVER, ROBERT VERNA; Braden- ton. Fla.; B.S.A. IN ANIMAL HUSBANDRY. SHOCKLEY, ERNES- TINE; Monroe: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Phi Mu. SHOE- MAKER, CHARLES BIX; Lexington, Mass.; B.B.A. IN ECONOMICS; Kappa Sigma; Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track. SIMMONS, MiDGE LOVELL; Sandersville; B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION; Red and Black, Woman ' s Sport Editor; Georgia Cracker, Contribut- ing Editor; Women ' s Athletic Association, Archery Manager, Key Club; Intra-Mural Volleyball, Basketball, Swimming, Badminton, Archery; Hunt Club, President; Dolphin Club, Vice-President; PEMM Club; Hockey Club; Pandora Beauty Review; Women ' s " G " Club. SIMON, BOOTS GISELA; Augusta; B.S. IN ELEMEN- TARY EDUCATION; Delta Phi Epsilon. SIMONS, WALTER; New Windsor, Md.; B.S. IN FORESTRY; Xi Sigma Pi; " G " Club; Fores- try Club; Football. SIMPSON, AUBREY HALL; Hardwick; BUSI- NESS ADMINISTRATION. • nineteen t, hundred and fift y SHADGETT SHIVER. R. SHAINKER SHOCKLEY SHARKEY SHOEMAKER SHARPLESS SIMMONS SHEAROUSE SIMON SHEFFIELD SIMONS r3 v SIMPSON, C. SIMPSON, J. P. SIMPSON, W. A. SIMS SINGLETARY SKELTON SKINNER SKIPPER ■LADS SLAYTON SMAHAGDIS SMILEY SMITH, A. P. SMITH, B. A. SMITH, C. P. SMITH, C. E. SMITH, C. C. SMITH, D. SMITH, E. D. SMITH, F. I. SMITH, I. SMITH, H. B. SMITH, H. G. SMITH, J. D. SMITH, J. E. SMITH, J. L. SMITH, JOY SMITH, L. M. SENIOR CLASS . . THE FOUR SINK POTS? SMITH, L. W. SPEAR SMITH, O. C. SPEARS FIRST ROW: SIMPSON. CAROLYN; Atlanta; ARTS AND SCIENCES; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Psi Chi; Psychology Club. SIMPSON. JOE P.; Loudon. Tenn.; FORESTRY. SIMPSON. WILLIAM ALEXANDER; Athens: A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Sigma Chi; " X " -Club; Red and Black; Georgia Cracker; Baseball Team, Manager; U.G.R.A. SIMS. MARTHA FRANCES; Atlanta; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS Kappa Theta; Homecon. SINGLETARY. KATHERINE. AUGUSTA Atlanta; B.B.A. IN AERONAUTICAL ADMINISTRATION; Phi Mu Canterbury Club; Pioneer Club. SKELTON. ANN LANE; Columbus A.B. IN ADVERTISING; Kappa Kappa Gamma. SKINNER. AL- BERT JACKSON; Nashville; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY; International Relations Club. SECOND ROW: SKIPPER. HENRY W.; Flowery Branch; BUSINESS ADMINISTRA- TION; Delta Psi Omega. SLADE, SAM MITCHELL; Edgefield. S. C; FORESTRY; Pi Kappa Phi. SLAYTON. KEITH ALBERT; Tallulah Falls; B.B.A. IN AERONAUTICAL ADMINISTRATION; Beta Gamma Sigma; Delta Sigma Pi. SMARAGDIS. BESS CONSTANTINE; Augusta; ARTS AND SCIENCES; Cosmopolitan Club; Spanish Club. SMILEY, FRANCIS JONES; Savannah: B.S. IN CHEMISTRY; G.O.P. SMITH. ALEX P.; McRAE; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. SMITH, BLANCHE AIMEE; Rome; B.F.A. IN ART; Delta Delta Delta. THIRD ROW: SMITH. CARL P.. JR.: Hapeville; B.F.A. IN ART; Phi Kappa Tau; Art Students ' League; I.F.C. SMITH. CECIL E.; Eatonton; BUSI- NESS ADMINISTRATION. SMITH. CHARLES CHESTER; Athens; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Lambda Chi Alpha. SMITH. DALA; Winder; B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING; Phi Delta Theta; Biftad. SMITH. ELAM D.; Martin; B.S. IN ANIMAL HUSBANDRY. SMITH. FRANKLIN INGRAM: Brunswick; B.B.A. IN MARKETING; Delta Sigma Pi. SMITH. FRED; Hogansville: B.S. IN EDUCATION. FOURTH ROW: SMITH. HARRY BROWN. JR.; Haxelhurst; BUSINESS ADMINIS- TRATION; Alpha Kappa Psi, President; Domosthenian Lit. Soc., Sergeant-at-Arm; Economic Society; G.O.P. SMITH, HARRY GLICK. Tallapoosa; B.B.A. IN MARKETING; Phi Epsilon Pi; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc.; International Relations Club. SMITH. JAMES DONALD; Adrian; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE. SMITH. JAMES EDWARD; Win- der; B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING. SMITH. JAMES LARRY; Conyers; B.F.A. IN ART. SMITH. JOY ELIZABETH: Atlanta: B.F.A. IN COMMERCIAL ART; Delta Delta Delta; University Band; Pioneer Club; Psychology Club; Art Students League; V.R.A. SMITH. LAURA MARGUERITE: Savannah; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Alpha Gamma Delta; Pemm Club, Vice-President; Women ' s Athletic Association; Geechie Club. FIFTH ROW: SMITH. LUTHER W.; Chipley; B.S. IN EDUCATION. SMITH. OLIN CECIL; Knoxville; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE; Wesley Founda- tion; Wesley Singers; 4-H Club. SMITH. PAUL ROYCE; Winder; A.B. IN LANGUAGE-LITERATURE; Honor Student. SMITH. ROBERT CHARLES. JR.; Athens; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE. SMITH, SANNIE MARIE; Cochran; B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. SMITH. SYBIL JO; Coolidge; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Baptist Student Union; 4-H Club; Homecon. SMITH. THOMAS MARVIN. JR.; Atlanta; L.L.B. IN LAW; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Vice-President; Phi Delta Phi; Golf, Swimming; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc, President; Who ' s Who; Gridiron, President; " X " Club. SMITH. WILLIAM VAUGHN; East Point: VETERINARY MEDICINE; Alpha Psi; Veterinary Science Club; Ag Hill Council. SNEAD. CHARLES B.: Athens; B.F.A. IN ART EDUCATION; " X " Club; Phi Eta Sigma; Biftad; Little Symphony Orchestra, Manager; University Band; Men ' s Music Club; Art Students League. SIXTH ROW: SPEAR. GEORGE W„ JR.; Fort Valley: BUSINESS ADMINISTRA- TION; Delta Tau Delta; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc.; International Rela- tions Club. SPEARS, WILLIAM RICHARD; Doerun; B.S. IN PHARMACY; Kappa Sigma. SPILLER, H. MOTT; Macon; ARTS AND SCIENCES. SPRATLIN. JOHN CHARLES; Athens; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Scabbard and Blade. SPRATLING, LEONARD HERMAN. JR.; Atlanta; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. STAFFORD, CAROLYN MEIGS; Atlanta: A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Delta Delta Delta; Di Gamma Kappa; Red and Black. STAMEY, DARIUS De- WITT: Clarksville: B.S. IN PHARMACY; American Pharmaceutical Association; Georgia Pharmacist, Advertising Manager. STAMPS. ODIS COATS. JR.; Atlanta; B.S. IN PRE-MED. STANLEY, LAWR- ENCE SHERWOOD; Pisgah; B.S. IN FORESTRY; Xi Sigma Pi; Cypress Knee, Business Staff. of nineteen t nundred and fift y SMITH, P. R. SPILLER SMITH, R. C. SPRATLIN SMITH. S. M. SPRATLING SMITH. S. J. STAFFORD SMITH. T. M. STAMEY SMITH, W. V. STAMPS SNEAD, C. B. STANLEY STANLEY STANSELL STOWERS STEELE STEIGMAN STEPHENS, E. STEPHENS, S. STEPHENSON STEVENS, H. STODGHILL STEVENSON, W. STEWART, D. STEWART, J. STEWART, J. STILWELL STARLING SWINT STRANGE STRETCH STRICKLAND SWIFT SWILLEY STEVENS, I. SYFAN SYKES SYMMERS TANKERSLEY TATE SENIOR CLASS " MAMA— BUY ME ONE OF THOSE . . . " • ii.k ' v.V TAUB THOMAS, B. TAYLOR, A. THOMAS, B. N. FIRST ROW: FOURTH ROW: STANLEY. NANCY ANDERSON: Savannah; B.F.A. IN ART; Chi Omega; Dolphin Club; Art Students League. STANSELL. JAMES RUSHING. JR.; Norman Park; B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEER- ING; Agricultural Engineering Club. STARLING. ROBERT J.; Ray City: B.S. IN ZOOLOGY. STEELE. WILLIAM B.; Vienna; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. STEIGMAN. SAMUEL; Valdosta; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc. STEPHENS. EDWARD LEWIS; Savannah; BUSINESS ADMINISTRA- TION; Geechee Club; Demosthenian Lit. Soc. STEPHENS. SARA ELIZABETH; Cordele; EDUCATION. SWILLEY. JOHN W.; El Dorado. Ark.; FORESTRY. SWINT. CICERO WILLIS; Jonesboro; B.S.A. IN ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; Saddle and Sirloin Club; Demosthenian Lit. Soc. SYFAN, JOAN Boone; Atlanta; A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY; Delta Delta Delta; Pio- neer Club; Psychology Club. SYKES, JACK E.; Thomasville; B.S. IN FORESTRY; Forestry Club. SYMMERS. ARRIA LESLIE; Atlanta; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Alpha Phi Omega. TANKERSLEY. CLEON CLIFFORD; Ocilla; B.B.A. IN MANAGEMENT; Sigma Chi; Demosthenian Lit. Soc. TATE. BABARA JUNE; East Point; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. SECOND ROW: FIFTH ROW: STEPHENSON. FRANK HARRISON; Carrolton; B.S. IN AGRICUL- TURE. STEVENS. HOWARD LAMAR; Marietta: LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE; Landscape A rchitecture Club; Kappa Alpha Mu. STEVENS. JOE AUGUSTUS. JR.; Carlton; B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING; Alpha Zeta. STEVENSON. WILL ' AM SPENCER; Camilla; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE. STEWART. DONALD LIND- BERGH; Ochlocknee: FORESTRY; Sigma Pi; Forestry; 4-H Club; Track. STEWART. JAMES CARROLL; Ochlocknee; B.S. IN AGRI- CULTURAL ECONOMICS. STEWART. JOHN LaFAYETTE; Och- lochnee; B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS. TAUB. MORTON JULES; Atlanta; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. TAYLOR. ANN ALLAN; Augusta; ARTS AND SCIENCES; Alpha Chi Omega; Phi Mu Epsilon, Treasurer; Glee Club. TAYLOR. DAWSON LEE; Manchester; VETERINARY MEDICINE; Omega Tau Sigma; Veterinary Science Club. TAYLOR. ELIZABETH FISHER; Cochran; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Alpha Delta Pi. TAYLOR, JAMES AUBREY; Waycross: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Theta Chi. TAYLOR. JOHN W.; Quitman; B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS. TAYLOR, LEWIS A.: Savannah; B.B.A. IN AC- COUNTING. TENNILLE, AUBREY WAYNE; Arlington; B.S. IN AGRONOMY; Agronomy Club. THIGPEN. PEARLY U.; Adrian; B.S. IN VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE. THIRD ROW: STILWELL. JOHN PIERCE: Thomasville; B.B.A. IN ECONOMICS; Scabbard and Blade; Alpha Phi Omega; Alpha Kappa Psi; Rifle Team; Glee Club; World Federalists; International Rela- tions Club; Economics Society; U.G.R.A. STODGHILL. ALBERT JACK; Jackson; LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE. STOWERS, ED- WARD H.; Dawsonville; B.S. IN VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE; Gaffau Club. STRANGE, WALTER GREENE; Ellaville; B.S. IN PHARMACY; American Pharmaceutical Association, Vice-Presi- dent. STRETCH, CHARLES DANIEL; Atlanta; A.B. IN JOURNAL- ISM; Chi Phi. STRICKLAND. JOHN H.; Savannah; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Digamma Kappa; Alpha Phi Omega. SWIFT. JOHN H.; Columbus; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; University Theater, Business Manager; International Re- lations Club; Vice-President; Alpha Kappa Psi; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc.; " X " Club; Gridiron. • nineteen t, SIXTH ROW: THOMAS, BETTY JEAN; Atlanta; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Phi Mu. THOMAS, BETTY NELL; Athens: A.B. IN ENGLISH; Baptist Student Union; Glee Club. THOMAS, BUSTER PHINEZY; Nichclls; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE. THOMAS. CARLTON DOUGLAS. JR.; Donalsonville; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Pi Kappa Phi. THOMAS. GEORGE NORTON. JR.; Thomasboro; B.S. IN CHEM- ISTRY; Lambda Chi Alpha. THOMAS, GROVER J.; Blue Ridge; B.S. IN AGRONOMY; Agronomy Club. THOMAS. HERBERT JOSEPH; Long Island. N. Y.; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Newman Club; Demosthenian Lit. Soc.; Distributive Education Club. THOMAS, WILLIAM HAROLD; Farmington; B.S. IN PHARMACY. THOMAS, WILLIAM RICHARD; Thomasville; B.S. IN PHARMACY; Kappa Alpha; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc.; Rho Chi; American Pharmaceutical Association. hundred and fift y TAYLOR, D. THOMAS. B. P. TAYLOR, E. THOMAS, C. TAYLOR, I. THOMAS. G. TAYLOR. J. W. THOMAS, G. J. TAYLOR. L. THOMAS, H. TENNILLE THOMAS, W. THOMAS, W. R. THIGPEN THOMPSON, A. THOMPSON, C. R. THOMPSON, G. THOMPSON. J. T. THOMPSON, L. A. THOMPSON, P. M. THOMPSON, T. H. THORNTON, J. THORNTON, T. W. TIFT TILLMAN TINKER TINSLEY TIPPETT TITSHAW TODD, R. L. TODD, W. M. TOOMBS TOWNSEND TOWSON TRAPNELL TRAYWICK TROUP TRUSSELL TUCKER TURK TURNER, D. TURNER, G. P. SENIOR CLASS " WHERE DEM BUMS?? " TURNER, J. A. USHER TURNER, P. A. VARNER FIRST ROW: THOMPSON. ALBERT MATTHEWS: Thomaston: A.B. IN POLIT- ICAL SCIENCE; Pi Kappa Alpha; Scabbard and Blade; Varsity Football; Freshman Basketball. THOMPSON. CARROLL ROBERT; Clayton: A.B.J. IN ADVERTISING; Delta Tau Delta; I.F.C. THOMPSON. GEORGE; Athens; A.B.J. IN RADIO; Delta Tau Delta; Red and Black Staff. THOMPSON. JACK THOMAS; Soperton: B.S. IN VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE. THOMPSON. LOUIS ALVIS; Bloomingdale; L.L.B.-B.B.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Delta Phi; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc. THOMPSON. PAUL McKTNNON. JR.; Augusta; B.S. IN FORESTRY; Phi Delta Theta; Forestry Club. THOMPSON. THOMAS HOMER. JR.; Atlanta; A.B.J. IN ADVER- TISING; Chi Phi, President, Vice-President; I.F.C; Gridiron. SECOND ROW: THORNTON, JOEL L.; Union Point; B.S. IN FORESTRY; Forestry Club. THORNTON, THOMAS WARREN; Athens; B.S. IN AGRI- CULTURE. TIFT. ROBERT HALL; Albany; B.S. IN FORESTRY; Kappa Alpha. TILLMAN. THOMAS BERRY, JR.; Monroe; B.S.A. IN ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; Saddle and Sirloin Club; Ag Hill Council Club. TINKER. FRANK EDWARDS; Macon; B.S. IN FORESTRY. TINSLEY, GEORGE C: Cartersville; BUSINESS AD- MINISTRATION. TIPPETT. GEORGE P.; Vidalia; AGRICULTURE. THIRD ROW: TITSHAW. MARTHA; Gainesville; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Alpha Gamma Delta; Glee Club. TODD, ROBERT LEE, III; War- renton; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Sigma Nu; Demosthenian Lit Soc.; Red and Black. TODD. WILLIAM McCLINTOCK; Buford; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. TOOMBS. JACK C; Jacksonville. Fla.; B.S. IN PHARMACY; Kappa Sigma; American Pharmaceutical Associa- tion. TOWNSEND. WILLIAM ROCHE; Athens; BUSINESS AD- MINISTRATION; Pi Kappa Alpha. TOWSON, MARY EM: Dah- lonega; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Chi Omega; Phi Chi Theta. TRAPNELL. JAMES C. JR.; Metter; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Pi Kappa Alpha; Track Team, Manager. FOURTH ROW: TRAYWICK, OLIVIA ARRINGTON; Atlanta; ARTS AND SCIENCES; Kappa Kappa Gamma. TROUP. EARL C; Fitzgerald; B.S. IN PHARMACY; American Pharmaceutical Association. TRUSSELL. KATHERINE CARLETON; Athens; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Chi Omega; Homecon Club; Canterbury. TUCKER. CHARLES SMITH, JR.; Fairburn: B.S. IN VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Gridiron; Blue Key; Aghon; Senior Class, Secretary-Treasurer; Ag Club; Gaffau Club, President; Demosthenian Lit. Soc. TURK. HERMAN LEE; Abbeville; B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING; Agri- cultural Engineering Club. TURNER, DeLAMAR, JR.; Savannah; B.B.A. IN MARKETING; Geechee Club. TURNER. GLORIA PA- TRICIA; Cordele: PSYCHOLOGY; Zeta Tau Alpha. FIFTH ROW: TURNER. JAMES ALLEN; Cuthbert; B.S. IN PHARMACY. TURNER. PATRICIA ANN; Tampa, Fla.; B.F.A. IN INTERIOR DESIGN; Alpha Delta Pi, Vice-President; Alpha Lambda Delta; Moitar Board; Cheerleader; Dolphin Club; Tennis Club; Women ' s Ath- letic Association. TURN. ' PSEED, B. RHETT; Gainesville; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Kappa Sigma; Sigma Delta Chi; Swimming Team. TUTTLE. JACK G.; Tifton; VETERINARY MEDICINE; Alpha Psi; Veterinary Science Club. TUTWILER, JAMES ROBERT; Atlanta; B.B.A. IN INSURANCE: Alpha Tau Omega; Economics Society. TYSON, THOMAS HAROLD; Augusta; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; Sigma Delta Chi; Georgia Cracker, Staff. UPCHURCH. WILLIAM THOMAS; Clyattville; B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING; Demosthenian Lit. Soc. USHER, CALVIN; Guyton; A.B. IN HISTORY; Phi Kappa Tau; Scabbard and Blade; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc; Rifle Team. VAN HALTERN, FRANK; Griffin; B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL EN- GINEERING; Sigma Pi; Agricultural Engineering Club. SIXTH ROW: VAN HOUTEN, IRIS FRANCES; Albany; B.F.A. IN ART; Kappa Delta; Art Students League; Student Christian Association. VAR- NER, AUBREY; Ashland; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE. VAUGHN, AUGUSTUS GUINN: Conyers; B.S. IN PHARMACY. VEAZEY, EUGENIA STANLEY; Greensboro; A.B. IN ENGLISH. VEAZEY, SARA FRANCES; White Plains; B.S. IN COMMERCIAL EDUCA- TION. VICKERS, ALICE fflLBURN; Douglas; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Chi Omega; Women ' s Athletic Association; Canter- bury Club; Homecon Club; U.G.R.A. VINCENT. MAREANNE; Cartersville; B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. VOLK. FRANK WILLIAM, JR.; Hattiesburg, Miss.; B.F.A. IN ART; Delta Tau Delta; Swim- ming Team; Men ' s Glee Club. VOLL, ESTELLE; Atlanta; A.B. IN LANGUAGE-LITERATURE; Delta Phi Epsilon; Women ' s Athletic Association, " G " Club, Key Club; Hillel; I.Z.F.A. . nineteen t hundred and fi ft y VAN HOUTEN VAUGHN TUTTLE TURNIPSEED VEAZEY. E. S. VEAZEY, S. F. UPCHURCH VICKERS TUTWILER VINCENT TYSON VOLK VAN HALTERN VOLL WAITES WALDROP WALKER. D. WALKER, T. WALL WALLACE WALRAVEN WALTERS WALTON WANSLEY, B. WANSLEY, C. WARD WARE WARNCKE WARNOCK WARREN WATERS WATSON, F. WATSON, H. WATSON, W. WATSON, W. B WATTERS WATTS WEAVER WEBB, A. WEBB, E. WEBB. L. WEBB, M. SENIOR CLASS I ' LL GO TO LITTLE COMMENCEMENT YET . FIRST ROW: WAITES. CURTIS EUGENE; Forsyth; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Delta Sigma Pi. WALDROP. CHARLES M.. JR.; Savannah; B.S. IN PHARMACY; Rho Chi; American Pharmaceutical Association; Georgia Pharmacist, Staff. WALKER. DUMAH A.; Roopville; B.B.A. IN INSURANCE. WALKER. THOMAS GOODWIN; Atlanta; B.F.A. IN COMMERCIAL ART; Lambda Chi Alpha, Secretary Pledge Class; Pi Tau Chi; Pandora, Managing Editor, Associate Editor; Wesley Foundation, Treasurer; Wesley Players, President, Vice-President; Art Students League, Senior Representative. WALL. S. DUDLEY; Elberton; B.B.A. IN FINANCE. WALLACE, IVA MAE; Athens; B.S. IN PHARMACY; Rho Chi; Pythagorean Club; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Zodiac Club; American Pharma- ceutical Association; Georgia Pharmacist. WALRAVEN. HAROLD CLAY; Nasnville. Tenn.: B.S. IN CHEMISTRY; Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice-President, Secretary; Scabbard and Blade, President; Box- ing Team. SECOND ROW: WALTERS. GORDON ERVIN; Augusta; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. WALTON. MARY FRANCES; Fort Valley; A.B. IN ENGLISH. WANSLEY, BETTY CLAIRE; Carnesville; ARTS AND SCIENCES; Kappa Delta. WANSLEY, CHARLES C; Elberton; A.B. IN JOURNALISM. WARD. LENA KATHARINE; Columbus; B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. WARE. ARTHUR THOMPSON; La- Grange; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Phi Delta Theta; Glee Club; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc. WARNCKE. HANNELIESE; Cologne. On the Rhine, Germany; ARTS AND SCIENCES. FOURTH ROW: WATTERS, AVERY CARROLL; Rome: B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING. WATTS, WILLIAM C; Talotlon: B.B.A. IN IN- SURANCE; Alpha Tau Omega. WEAVER, J. B„ JR.; HartweU; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE. WEBB, AL: Dalton; B.S.A. IN AGRON- OMY. WEBB, EUGENE BAXTER; Atlanta; B.F.A. IN DRAMA; Pi Kappa Alpha; Thalian-Blackfriars; Alpha Psi Omega; Cheer- leader. WEBB, LAMAR THAXTER; Atlanta; B.B.A. IN FINANCE; Pi Kappa Alpha; Cheerleader. WEBB. MARTHA LETA; Marietta; A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY; Chi Omega; Women ' s Athletic Association, Treasurer; V.R.A., Freshman Cabinet; U.G.R.A., Secretary. FIFTH ROW: WEBB, RAY DARWIN; Springfield; ARTS AND SCIENCES. WEIN- BERG, BENJAMIN LOUIS, JR.; Hapeville; A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY; Lambda Chi Alpha; Psi Chi; Psychology Club; Intra-Mural Foot- ball, Swimming; Glee Club; International Relations Club; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc. WEISER. HAL; Savannah; Tau Epsilon Phi; Hillel; I.Z.F.A. WELBORN. BRANSON EDWIN; Clarkesville; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE; Ag Club; 4-H Club. WELCH. JUDITH WINI- FRED; Dallas; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Kappa Alpha Theta. WELCH, RICHARD JOSEPH, JR.; Savannah; A.B. IN JOURNAL- ISM; Di Gamma Kappa; Demosthenian Lit. Soc. WELDON. MARINELLE; Milner; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Mortar Board, Secretary; Georgia Agriculturist, Womans Editor; Women ' s Glee Club; Homecon Club; 4-H Club, Vice-President, Secretary; Ag Hill Council; Baptist Student Union, President, Vice-President. WELLS, CHARLES A.; Cordele; B.B.A. IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT; Pi Kappa Phi. WELLS, MAXINE A.; Kingsland; B.F.A. IN COMMERCIAL ART. THIRD ROW: WARNOCK. ROBERT HOLCOMB; Decatur; B.B.A. IN ACCOUNT- ING; Phi Delta Theta, Treasurer; Pythagorean Math Club; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc. WARREN. MARION; Abbeville; A.B. IN ENGLISH; Pi Beta Phi; Alpha Psi Omega; Bulldog Club. WATERS. FRAN- CES DOYLE; Glennville; B.B.A. IN FINANCE; Sigma Nu; Demos- thenian Lit. Soc.; Economics Club. WATSON. FRANK THOMAS; Rome; A.B.J. IN RADIO; Kappa Sigma; I.F.C.; Badminton Cham- pion. WATSON. HEYWARD; Lakeland; BUSINESS ADMINIS- TRATION; Kappa Alpha. WATSON. WILLIAM HARRISON. JR.; Macon; VETERINARY MEDICINE; Alpha Psi; Alpha Zeta. WAT- SON, WYNA BENJAMIN, JR.; Thoamslon; B.B.A. IN MARKETING; Lambda Chi Alpha, Treasurer. .. SIXTH ROW: WEST, MARY GWENDOLYN; Statesboro; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Delta Delta Delta; Zeta Phi Eta, Pres.; Student Union Board, Sec; Sponsor for Sigma Nu Fraternity; Pandora Beauty Court; Revlon ' s " Miss Fashion Plate. " WESTBERG. RAYMOND, JR.; Winder; B.S. IN EDUCATION, MATHEMATICS. WHATLEY, DONALD BARROW; Reynolds; BUSINESS. WHEELER, CHARLES EMORY; Kite; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. WHEELER, GEORGE AUBREY; Alma; B.S. IN PHARMACY; American Pharmaceutical Association; Demosthenian Lit. Soc. WHEELER, GENE S.; Athens; A.B. IN JOURNALISM. WHEELER. JACK DANIEL; Maysville; B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING; Theta Chi. WHELCHEL. CAROLYN E.; Moultrie; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Alpha Chi Omega; Woman ' s Athletic Assoc; Education Club. WHELCHEL, EMMET V.; Moultrie; VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE. nineteen t hundred and fift y WEISEB WELBORN WELCH, J. WELCH. R. WELDON WELLS, C. WELLS, M. WHATLEY WHEELER, C. WHEELER, G. WHEELER. G. S. WHEELER, J. WHELCHEL, C. WHELCHEL. E UP v — s WHIPKEY WHITAKER, A. WHITAKER. B. WHITE, D. WHITE, N. WHITE, R. WHITE, W. WHITEHEAD WHITFIELD WHITLOCK WHITMIRE WHITWORTH WICKER WIEGAND WIKE WILBANKS WILKES. F. WILKES, N. WILKES, T. WILKIN WILLIAMS, A. WILLIAMS. B. WILLIAMS, B. S. WILLIAMS. C. WILLIAMS, F. WILLIAMS, H. WILLIAMS, J. WILLIAMS, J. A. SENIOR CLASS TIME TO RETIRE?? WILLIAMS, M. WILSON, E. WILLIAMS, M. N WILSON, G. FIRST ROW: WHIPKEY. WILLIAM E.; Savannah: B.S. IN PHARMACY. WH1T- AKER, ANDREW I.; Colquitt; ARTS AND SCIENCES. WHITAKER. BARNEY BEE. JR.; Jekyll Island; A.B. IN RADIO; Sigma Nu, Recorder; Band, Business Manager; Glee Club, Vice-President. WHITE, DANIEL HARRISON; Darien; L.L.B. IN LAW. WHITE, NANCY ELLEN; Griffin; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Pi Beta Phi; Cheer- leader; Glee Club; Bulldog Club. WHITE, ROBERT E.: Rockford, 111.: B.S. IN FORESTRY. WHITE. WATSON LAWRENCE; Douglas- Tille; L.L.B. IN LAW; G.O.P.; Demosthenian Lit. Soc, President; Blue Key, President; Gridiron; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Delta Sigma Fi; Student Union; Red and Black, Business Manager. SECOND ROW: WHITEHEAD, LEWIS EUGENE, JR.; Gainesville; B.B.A. IN MAN- AGEMENT; Chi Phi. WHITFIELD. JOSIAH JACKSON; Royston; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Distributive Education Club. WHITLOCK. MORRIS L.: Norfolk. Va.; B.B.A. IN MARKETING; Phi Epsilon Pi; International Relations Club; Thalian Blackfriars; Kappa Beta Phi; Alpha Phi Omega. WHITMIRE. DAN W.; Atlanta; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Kappa Lit. Soc.; Economics Club. WHITWORTH. CLYDE WEYDELL; Douglasville; B.S. IN CHEMISTRY; American Pharmaceutical Association; Rho Chi. WICKER. CARL COOK; Monticello: B.S. IN PHARMACY; American Pharmaceutical Association. WIEGAND, WILLIAM EARL, JR.; Adrian. Pa.; B.S. IN FORESTRY; Xi Sigma Pi; Cypress Knee, Business Manager. WILLIAMS, BARBARA ELLEN; Winder: B.S. IN HOME ECO- NOMICS; Homecon Club; 4-H Club. WILLIAMS. BETTY SLADE; Cordele; A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY; Chi Omega. WILLIAMS, CAESAR McCOY; Howard; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Alpha Tau Omega; Alpha Kappa Psi; Scabbard and Blade. WILLIAMS. FLOYD EARLMONT; Nashville. Tenn.; B.S. IN FORESTRY; Fores- try Club. WILLIAMS. HAZEL ELAYNE; Crawfordville; B.S. IN EDUCATION. WILLIAMS. JACK; Miami. Fla.; BUSINESS AD- MINISTRATION; Phi Delta Theta. WILLIAMS. JOHN A.. JR.; Forsyth; B.S. IN GEOLOGY; Geography Club. FIFTH ROW: WILLIAMS. MADELEINE DYER; Douglas; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Alpha Delta Pi. WILLIAMS. MARY MARGARET; Hull; A.B. IN HISTORY. WILLIAMS. WILLIAM ARTHUR; Savannah; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. WILLIAMSON. MARTHA BROWN; Atlanta; ARTS AND SCIENCES. WILLIAMSON. MORGAN JACKSON; Rentz; B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION; Physical Education Club. WILLINGHAM. ANNE CLAIBORNE; Marietta; A.B. IN ENGLISH; Chi Omega. WILLIS. JAMES EDWARD; Columbus: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. WILSON. BETTY ANN; Dunwoody; A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY; Chi Omega; Z-Club; Women ' s Athletic Association; U.G.R.A. WILSON. COYLE. JR.: Monticello; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Industrial Arts Club. SIXTH ROW: THIRD ROW: WTKE. CHARLES OZMER; Atlanta; B.S. IN FORESTRY; Pytha- gorean Math Club; Alpha Zeta; Pi Tau Chi; Cypress Knee; Box- ing Team; Wesley Foundation. WILBANKS. BILLIE SUE; Winder; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Georgia Agriculturist Staff; Homecon Club. WILKES. FRANK: Alston; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. WILKES. NATHAN CRAWFORD. JR; Lincolnton: B.S. IN PHAR- MACY. WILKES. THERON FRANK: Lyons; ARTS AND SCIENCES. WILKIN. JOE; Colquitt; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. WILLIAMS. MRS. ALICE LOUISE; Savannah; LIBERAL ARTS. FOURTH ROW: of nineteen t, WILSON, EDITH CLAIRE; Bowden: B.S. IN NURSING EDUCATION. WILSON. GEORGE LUTHER; Locust Grove: B.S. IN AGRONOMY; Sigma Pi. WINCEY. CHARLES W.; Live Oak. Fla.; VETERINARY MEDICINE. WINGATE. HARRY L.; Pelham; B.S. IN AGRICUL- TURE; Blue Key; Gridiron; Omicron Delta Kappa; Aghon Club; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Campus Leader; Sphinx. WINSLETTE. WALTER T„ JR.; Albany; B.S. IN PHYSICS. WISELEY, OSCAR LEE: Athens; B.B.A. IN ACCOUNT- ING. WITCHER. WILLIAM BENJAMIN; Athens: B.B.A. IN AC- COUNTING; Sigma Chi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Order of Demolay. WITHERS, WALTER ORLANDO; Atlanta: BUSINESS ADMINIS- TRATION; Pi Kappa Phi; Aero Club. WOLFE. MARTIN WILLIAM; Brooklyn. N.Y.; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATOR hundred and fift y WILLIAMS. W. WILLIAMSON. M. WILLIAMSON, M. J. WILLINGHAM WILLIS WILSON, B WINCEY WINGATE WINSLETTE WISELEY WITCHER WITHERS WOODALL, L. WRIGHT. J. B. YOUNG, H. B. WOOD, B. WOOD, BETTY WOOD, C. D. WOOD, M. C. WOODALL, LEWIS WOODHAM WOOLARD WORRELL, C. J YARBBOUGH, J. A. YARBROUGH, R. E. YARBROUGH, S. YORK YOUNG, M. H. YOUNG, Z. ZEIGLER ZELLNER SENIOR CLASS FIRST ROW: WOOD, MRS. BARBARA: Wrightsville; A.B. IN ENGLISH. WOOD. BETTY; Athens; B.S. IN MUSIC EDUCATION; Phi Mu; Sigma Alpha Iota; Canterbury Club. WOOD. CHARLES D.; Atlanta; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Economics Society. WOOD, MARGARET CAMILLE; Atlanta; FINE ARTS; Glee Club; A Capella Choir; Art Students League, Vice-President. WOOD, RAY; Bishop; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE. WOOD. WILLIAM FRANK- LIN; Wrightsville; B.S. IN VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE; Gaffau Club. WOODALL, LILLIAN ANN; Huntsville, Ala.; A.B. IN JOURNALISM; DiGamma Kappa; Thalian Blackfriars; Alpha Psi Omega; Red and Black Stafi. SECOND ROW: WOODALL, LEWIS AWTREY; Austell: B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING; Delta Sigma Pi. WOODHAM, BENJAMIN TILLMAN, JR.; Harts- ville. S. C; B.S. IN FORESTRY; Forestry Club. WOOLARD, MAURICE CLAY; Albany; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Treas- urer. WORRELL, CORNELIUS JACKMAN; Marietta; B.S. IN AGRICULTURE; Alpha Gamma Rho; Saddle and Sirloin Club. WORRELL, WILLIAM H„ JR.; Woodland: B.S. IN VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE; Alpha Gamma Rho; Gaffau Club; Agricultural Club; Georgia Agriculturist Staff. WRIGHT, ALLIE JANIE; Elber- ton; B.S. IN MATHEMATICS; Phi Mu Epsilon. WRIGHT, JAMES B., JR.; Gainesville: B.F.A.; Sigma Nu; Georgia Bulldog Orchestra; Landscape Architecture Club. THIRD ROW: YARBROUGH. JAMES ARCHIE; Lindale; B.S. IN EDUCATION. YARBROUGH, ROBERT EARL, JR.: East Point: B.B.A. IN MARKET- ING; Phi Kappa Tau; Glee Club. YARBROUGH. SARA FRANCES; Franklin; B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS; Homecon Club. YORK. GLENN THOMAS; Cedartown; L.L.B. IN LAW; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Delta Phi; Gridiron. YOUMANS, BETTY ANN; College Park; B.S. IN EDUCATION; Kappa Alpha Theta, Historian; A.C.E. YOUNG, CHARLIE FRANK; B.S. IN PHARMACY; American Pharmaceutical Association. YOUNG. HOWARD B.; Watkins- ville; B.S. IN DAIRY; Alpha Gamma Rho; Dairy Science Club, Vice-President; Saddle and Sirloin Club, Vice-President. FOURTH ROW: YOUNG, MARION HILL; Rebecca; AGRICULTURE. YOUNG. ZELLNER CARROLL; Fort Valley; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Sigma Nu: ZEIGLER, DONALD EDWIN; Fayettville, Ala.; ARTS AND SCIENCES. ZELLNER, WILLIAM P.; Forsyth; B.S.A. IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY. r ememb Most of our days at Georgia will remain fond memories for many years tc come — ball games, dances, weekend parties, and " jell " periods at the co-op. They were truly the good old days. But there were other days, too — days of work, long periods of classes and labs, nights of endless work and research. And though the inquiring mind and the intellectual curiosity are rare, they do exist. With these few, lies the hope and success of tomorrow. These reflect the true heart of Georgia, the purpose for which she was conceived and the ideals for which she stands. ALEX ______..____„..___ FRANCES JUNIOR CLASS ofPi tcerA LEADERS OF THE JUNIOR CLASS FOR THE 1949-50 YEAR ARE: President DAN CABANISS Vice President ALEX KING Secretary-Treasurer FRANCES THOMASON JUNIOR CLASS Abney Allan Ansley, W. Austin. W. F. Barnard Hartley Abrams Allison Antley Ayres, R. B. Barnes, D. V. Baxter, A. O. Acker Alper Appel Ayers, S. P. Barnes, L. A. Baxter, H. O. Adair Altshuler Amour Baird Barnett, C. T. Beaty Adams, B. Amason Atkins Baker Barnett, D. E. Beavers Adams, E. R. Amlck Attaway Baldwin Barnwell Beckworth Adams, J. D. Anderson Aultman Banks Barr Belcher Addison Andrews, M. J. Austin, C. Barbee Barrett Bell Aderholt Andrews, V. W Austin, H. E. Barfield Barrow Belote JUNIOR CLASS Bennett, M. Benson Bergrin Berman Bethune Bibb Biles Bird, M. L. Bird, R. E. Boney, G. F. Boney, W. G. Boone Boswell Boulineau Bourne Bowden Bowdidge Bowen, C. B 4 i V IT WAS QUITE A YEAH Alfred insley, B. H. Austin, T. L. Barksdale Bartlelt •nnett, E. L. FIRST ROW: ABNEY, GEORGE MORRIS, JR.; Athens. ABRAMS, HARVEY DAN; Lindale. ACKER, ANN AUSTIN; Jonesboro. ADAIR, BEN- NIE MAE; Dallas. ADAMS, BILLY; Athens. ADAMS, ELEANOR RHEA; Atlanta. ADAMS, JOHN DAVID; Matthews. ADDISON, DOTTIE ANN; High Springs, Fla. ADERHOLT, EMILY LOUISE; Jefferson. ALFRED, WILLIAM HUGHES; Thomson. SECOND ROW: ALLEN, BARBARA ANN; Butler. ALLISON, BARNETT JOHN; Gainesville. ALPER, FRANCES L.; Chattanooga, Tenn. ALT- SHULER, DANIEL; Baltimore, Md. AMASON, OTIS ALFRED, JR.; St. Catherines Island, Dorchester. AMICK, CHARLES EVERETT; College Park. ANDERSON, JACKIE; Decatur. ANDREWS, MYRON JENNINGS; Toccoa. ANDREWS, VIRGINIA WARE; Atlanta. ANSLEY, BOBBY HAROLD; Augusta. THIRD ROW: ANSLEY, WOODY; Lake Mary, Fla. ANTLEY, MARGUERITE; Athens. APPEL, BETTY ANNE; Key West, Fla. AMOUR, DORO- THY MARIE; Richland. ATKINS, HUGH; Young Harris. ATTA- WAY, B. MONTINE; Atlanta. AULTMAN, SUSANNE; Macon. AUSTIN, CHARLES; Athens. AUSTIN, HELEN ELIZABETH; New- nan. AUSTIN, TOM LeROY; Atlanta. FOURTH ROW: AUSTIN, WILLIAM FRANCIS; Seneca, S. C. AYERS, ROSLYN BOWMAN; Buford. AYERS, STERLING P.; Cedartown. BAIRD, ELIZABETH D.; Augusta. BAKER, JAMES THOMAS; Savannah. BALDWIN, DORIS EMILY; Dallas. BANKS, GEORGE McLEOD; Lakeland. BARBEE, BETTY JEAN; Jacksonville, Fla. BARFIELD, MARGARET VIRGINIA; Louisville. BARKSDALE, JOE E. ; Chats- worth. FIFTH ROW: BARNARD, JACK S.; Dacula. BARNES, DON V.; McRae. BARNES, LESLIE ALLAN; Bogart. BARNETT, CELESTE TREUTLEN; Wash- ington. BARNETT, DONALD E.; Jefferson. BARNWELL, CHARLES FRANKLIN; Atlanta. BARR, BERTON JOSEPH; Chicago, 111. BARRETT, C. DWIGHT; Philadelphia, Miss. BARROW, BEN C; Athens. BARTLETT, M. ELIZABETH; Bremen. SIXTH ROW: BARTLEY, WILLIAM GRAHAM; Oak Ridge, Tenn. BAXTER, ALFRED OWENS; Avondale Estates. BAXTER, HAROLD OWENS; Avondale Estates. BEATY, ROY, JR.; Thomasville. BEAVERS, HELEN; Cedartown. BECKWORTH, WIGHTMAN SAMUEL, JR.; Athens. BELCHER, WYNELLE WEBB; Morven. BELL, MARTHA JANE; Dothan, Ala. BELOTE, WILLIAM BURTON, JR.; Bainbridge. BENNETT, ERNEST LeROY; Porterdale. SEVENTH ROW: BENNETT, MOLLIE; Douglas. BENSON, MARMIN RICHARD; Thomaston. BERGRIN, IRWIN DAVID; Savannah. BERMAN, JULIUS; McRae. BETHUNE, JAMES EDWARD; Valdosta. BIBB, WILLIAM PALMOUR; Adairsville. BILES, CARRIE JEWEL; Jack- son. BIRD, MARTHA LEE; Atlanta. BIRD, RICHARD E.; Portal. BIRGE, MARY JOAN; Gastonia, N. C. BLACK, BARBARA GOULD; Atlanta. BLACKWELL, ERNEST GRIFFETH; Forsyth. BLAIR, EDDITH; Atlanta. BLEAKLEY, ANNE; Atlanta. BLUM, SARA MARJORIE; Augusta. BOGGS, BRUCE DAVIS; Albany. BOHANAN, JOHN PLUNKET; Conyers. BOLLINGER, BETTIE; Coral Gables, Fla. EIGHTH ROW: BONEY, GEORGE FRANK; Milan. BONEY, WILLIAM GRADY; Rhine. BOONE, MARY FRANCES; Willacoochee. BOSWELL, THOMAS KEITH, JR.; Savannah. BOULINEAU, ROBERT MILLER, JR.; Augusta. BOURNE, BOB; Brunswick. BOWDEN, MARY ELIZABETH; Athens. BOWDIDGE, JOHN STEPHENS; Charleston, S. C. BOWEN, CAROLYN; Brookfield. BOWEN, EDWIN HOR- TON; McRae. BOWERS, ANDREW EUGENE; Fayetteville. BOW- ERS, CONNIE MACK; Hartwell. BOWLING, JOHN MITCHELL; Bronxville, New York. BOWMAN, BEN; Statham. BOWMAN, WINNIE J.; Rossville. BOYD, BARBARA JANE; Athens. BOYD, BETTY JEAN; Athens. BOYD, HARRIET MURRAY; Thomson. « nineteen t hundred and fift y Biroe Black Bowen, E. H. Bowers, A. E. Blackwell Bowers, C. M. Blair Bowling Bleakley Bowman. B. Blum Bowman, W. J. Boggs Boyd, B. J. Bohanan Boyd, Betty Bollinger Boyd, H. Bradfield Bradford Bradley, J. Bradley, W. Bradshaw Bragan Brail Branan Branch, J. C. Bray Breen Bresler Bridges Brightwell Brigman Bromley Brooks, C. H. Brooks, R. C Brown, O. B. Brown, W. C. Bruce Bryan Buckmaster Burk Burnette Burls Butcher Bush Byck Cain Caldwell Callahan, N. Callahan, R. Capers Can Carroll Carson Carstarphen Carter, M. Carter, C. H. Carter, F. L. Casey, E. F. Cathcart Caitle Cellar Chambers. B. Chambers, M. Chamblee Cheves Chernolt JUNIOR CLASS Childs Core Chiotellis Church Clapp Clark Corley Council Coween Cox, F. E. Clay Cox, J. R. Cleveland, G. Cleveland, S. Cox, W. H. Crane Cliatt Craven J Branch, O. M. Brown, J. E, Burt Camarata Casey, A. J. Chichester FIRST ROW: BRADFIELD, MARY FRANCES; Gobbettville. BRADFORD, PHIL ROBERT; Lavonia. BRADLEY, J. PHILL, Chatsworth. BRADLEY, WALTER ALLEN; Atlanta. BRADSHAW, JOHN NEILL; Covington. BRAGAN, WILLIE O ' NEAL; Brooklet. BRAIL, ROBERT; Atlanta. BRANAN, BETTY HUNTER; Lexington. BRANCH, JAMES CURTIS, JR.; Enigma. BRANCH, OTHO M., JR.; Bishop. SECOND ROW: BRAY, WILLIAM DONALD; Social Circle. BREEN, MAEBELLE; Jesup. BRESLER, OWEN R.; Atlanta. BRIDGES, ROBERT LUTHER, JR.; Hard-wick. BRIGHTWELL, CLYDE NELSON; Columbus. BRIGMAN, JAMES McCOY; Evans. BROMLEY, CLARE L., JR.; Atlanta. BROOKS, CHARLES H.; Sunny Side. BROOKS, ROBERTA CATHERINE; El Paso, Texas. BROWN, JEANNE ELSTON; Mari- etta. THIRD ROW: BROWN, MARY IDALSEN; Dalton. BROWN, OLIN BRYAN; Thomson. BROWN, WILLIAM CHARLES; Augusta. BROWN, WILLIAM CLARENCE, JR.; Thomasville. BRUCE, BETTY; St. Simons Island. BRYAN, THOMAS EDWARD; Douglas. BUCK- MASTER, V. JOYCE; Columbus. BURK, WILLIAM HUGH; Rome. BURNETTE, DAVID J.; Albany. BURT, JOANNAH; Blackshear. FOURTH ROW: BURTON, BARBARA HELEN; Americus. BURTS, ROBERT HARRIS; Columbus. BUTCHER, BEVERLY ANN; Williamsburg, Ky. BUSH, MARTHA HARRIET; Atlanta. BYCK, DAVID A.; Savannah. CAIN, LANIER; Gainesville. CALDWELL, HARRIETTE EUNICE; Umatilla, Fla. CALLAHAN, M. NELL; Athens. CALLAHAN, ROBERT R.; Sanford, Fla. CAMARATA, ELEANOR ANN; Athens. FIFTH ROW: CAMP, CAROL E.; Rome. CAPERS, STEWART GREGORY; Augusta. CARR, RAYMOND; Athens. CARROLL, HARRY LEE; Norcross. CARSON, MARY KATHRYN; Dalton. CARSTARPHEN, THOMAS JEFFERSON, JR.; Augusta. CARTER, CAROLYN MAR- THERE WEHE GAY TIMES . . GUERITE; Rome. CARTER, CHARLES HENRY, JR.; Savannah. CARTER, FRANCES LEONA; Valdosta. CASEY, ALVA JEAN; Adairsville. SIXTH ROW: CASEY, EMILY FAY; Cedartown. CATHCART, ROBERT JACKSON, JR.; Atlanta. CASTLE, DIANNE MARILYN; Atlanta. CELLAR, ELIZABETH WINNINGHAM; Jacksonville, Fla. CHAMBERS, BOB- BY; Cornelia. CHAMBERS, MITCHELL FRED; Athens. CHAM- BLEE, RALPH DANIEL, JR.; Menlo. CHEVES, JO LANE; Atlanta. CHERNOFF, SHIRLEE JEANNE; Bruxton. CHICHESTER, HELON LEWIS; Macon. SEVENTH ROW: CHILDS, GEORGE FLOYD, JR.; Cairo. CHIOTELLIS, GEORGE TERRY; Savannah. CHURCH, JOANNE TAFT; Atlanta. CLAPP, FRANCES SHEPPARD; Atlanta. CLARK, LESLIE M.; Eastman. CLAY, JACK HARWARD; Pine Park. CLEVELAND, GROVER H., JR.; Fort Valley. CLEVELAND, SIDNEY MAILEY; Elberton. CLIATT, A. RUTH; Columbus. CLIFTON, JASPER RUPERT; Stilson. CLINE, CLIFTON FRANKLIN; Lawndale, N. C. COBB, LINDSEY B.; Griffin. COMAN, PEGGY ANN; Americus. COODY, JAMES KELLY; Eastman. COOK, HERBERT SPILLMAN; Elberton. COOK, JOHN WASHINGTON; Loganville. CORBAN, CLARENCE B.; McComb, Miss. CORDELL, JERRY K. Savannah. EIGHTH ROW: CORE, MARY ANN; Athens. CORLEY, BOBBY; Thomaston. COUNCIL, ANNA CLAIRE; Waycross. COWEEN, WILLIAM WOOD; Rockmart. COX, FRED EUGENE; Atlanta. COX, JAMES RUDOLPH; Tifton. COX, WILLIAM HOWARD; Groveland. CRANE, ALIDA; Lawrenceville. CRAVEN, FRANK EDWARDS; Savannah. CRAWFORD, JAMES H.; Decatur. CRAWFORD, Ladson Harlan; Alamo. CREIGHTON, DON GUY; Atlanta. CROSS, JOE DICKSON; Colquitt. CRUMP, WILLIAM A.; Chats- worth. CULLUM, HAZEL P.; Savannah. CULPEPPER, BETTY; Atlanta. DABBS, WILLIAM AUSTIAN; Buena Vista. DANIEL, ROBERT EURING, JR.; Crawfordville. „ nineteen t hundred and fift y Clifton Cline Cobb Crawford, I. Crawford. L. Creighton Comcn Coody Cook. H. S. Cook, J. W. Corban Cordell Cross Crump Cullum Culpepper Dabbs Daniel Daniell Daniels Dougherty Davis, E. Davis, H. T. Davis. H. H. Davis, M. L. Davis, V. A. Davis, W. J Dawes Dean, C. Dean, D. O. Dean, W. T. Depew Dickens Divine Dixon Dodd Donovan Dozier Dudley Dugger Dulaney Dunn Durden Durdin Eason Echols. D. J. Echols. N. C. Ecker Edel Edge Edmondson Ehrlich Elder, H. S. Elder, J. D. Ellington Ellis. E. P. Ellis. J. C. Etheridge Evans, A. B. Evans Byr Evans W T Everett Ewing Fambro Fanner Farrell Faulk Held Finley Fitzpatrick Flanders, I. Flanders, R. JUNIOR CLASS Flournoy Friedman, N. Flowers Fussell Foqcl Gardner, J. Fokes Gardner, S. Foladare Garner Forehand Garrett Forgy Garton Foster, B. A. Gausman I Davison Dolbee Eaves Elder, S. E. Fales Flemong FIRST ROW DANIELL, HERMAN B.; Gresston. DANIELS, JAMES ELLIS; Jack- sonville, Florida. DAUGHERTY, DONOVAN COE; Abilene, Texas. DAVIS, ETHELDRA NALLS; Tournapull. DAVIS, HERMAN TAYLOR; Elko. DAVIS, HORACE GREELEY, JR.; Columbus. DAVIS, MIRIAM LOUISE; Atlanta. DAVIS, VIRGINIA ANNE; Atlanta. DAVIS, WILLIAM JOHN, JR.; Marshallville. DAVISON, CHARLES JULIAN; WoodvUle. SECOND ROW: DAWES, KENNETH VAUGHAN; Atlanta. DEAN, CECIL; Climax. DEAN, DORIS OPHELIA; Avalon. DEAN, WILLIAM THOMAS, JR.; Conyers. DEPEW, CHAUNCEY WEINKOOP; Buchanan, New York. DICKENS, BETTY ANN; Bogart. DIVINE, WILLIAM THOMAS; Albany. DIXON, FRANCES JEAN; Jonesboro. DODD, JAMES KENNETH; Chickamauga. DOLBEE, EARL RAYMOND; Hendersonville, North Carolina. THIRD ROW: DONOVAN, AVALO GRAY; Vidalia. DOZIER, MURIEL L.; Dexter. DUDLEY, JAMES CRAWFORD, JR.; Americus. DUGGER, WIL- LIAM DUDLEY; Savannah. DULANEY, MARY ANN; Lookout Mountain. DUNN, EDWARD LEE, JR.; Thomasville. DURDEN, DELAINE; Decatur. DURDIN, MARY ANN; Atlanta. EASON, WALTER AUSTIN; Atlanta. EAVES, BETTE F.; Tucker. FOURTH ROW: ECHOLS, DORIS JENNIE; Atlanta. ECHOLS, NANCY CARTER; Covington, Virginia. ECKER, MARTHA; Athens. EDEL, JULIUS; Savannah. EDGE, PERRY SUE; Canton. EDMONDSON, DOTTIE ANNA; Charlotte, North Carolina. EHRLICH, CLARENCE LeROY; Augusta. ELDER, HUGH SHANNON; Monroe. ELDER, JOHN DOUGLAS; Jefferson. ELDER, SYBIL ELIZABETH; Jefferson. FIFTH ROW: ELLINGTON. JOE ANNE; Dalton. ELLIS, EDWARD PRIOLEAN; Atlanta. ELLIS, JOSEPH C; Rocky Mountain, North Carolina. ETHERIDGE, ROBERT L., JR.; Winder. EVANS, A. BILLEAN; Savannah. EVANS, ALLTON BYRON; Newington. EVANS, WALTER T.; Atlanta. EVERETT, WILLARD, JR.; Worton, Mary- AND THERE WERE WORRIES . . land. EWING, MARION OLIVE; Covington. FALES, SHIRLEY L.; Douglas. SIXTH ROW FAMBRO, BETTY ROSE; Rockmart. FARMER, JAMES HAROLD; Watkinsville. FARRELL, DONALD ARTHUR; Staten Island, New- York. FAULK, LAWRENCE NEWBY; Jeffersonville. FIELDS, JERRY HARVEY; Atlanta. FINLEY, MARY ELLEN; Hazlehurst. FITZPATRICK, HORACE JAMES; Commerce. FLANDERS, JOE ALLEN, JR.; Swainsboro. FLANDERS, RAY; Lyons. FLEMING, GUY EUBANK, JR.; Appling. SEVENTH ROW: FLORENCE, WILMA; Cedartown. FLOURNOY, ADELE W.; Macon. FLOWERS, JOHN GRAYSON; Bainbridge. FOGEL, MYRON JE- ROME; Savannah. FOKES, JACK LEWIS; Montezuma. FOLA- DARE, IRVING S.; New York City, New York. FOREHAND, FLORENCE JEAN; Sylvester. FORGY, ERSKINE ELIZABETH; Manhasset, New York. FOSTER, BETTIE ANNE; Buffton. FOSTER, JACKIE L. ; Canton. FOWLER, ELLEN HAYS; Camilla. FOWLER, MARJORIE MANES; Athens. FOWLER, NORMAN; Raleigh. FOY, ROBERT D.; Bradenton, Florida. FRANKLIN, EDWIN LAWSON; Barnesville. FRANKLIN, WILLIAM HOWARD; Marietta. FREE- MAN, BETTY ANN; Conyers. FREEMAN, GLENNA JEAN; At- lanta. EIGHTH ROW: FRIEDMAN, KATHRYN KEY; Woodbury. FRIEDMAN, NORMAN LEE; Columbus. FUSSELL, JOHN KINGSBERY; Milledgeville. GARDNER, JAY D.; Camilla. GARDNER, SAMUEL HOWELL; Locust Grove. GARNER, THOMAS BAGBY; Buford. GARRETT, JACK WATSON; Thomson. GARTON, JACQUELINE BOWERS; Avondale Estates. GAUSMAN, WILLIAM J.; Columbus. GEESLIN, CAROLYN; Lumpkin. GEORGE, JOHN ALVIN; Damascus. GETZ- MAN, EDWARD CHARLES; Athens. GHITTER, LEAH RUTH; Augusta. GIBBONS, NORMA M.; Savannah. GIBSON, JAMES THOMAS; Lyons. GILCHRIST, THOMAS GILBERT; Ellaville. GILY, LOUIS ARCO, JR.; Laurel, Mississippi. GLASS, CYNTHIA RAFFO; Brunswick. • nineteen t hundred and fifk y Foster, J. L. Fowler, E. H. Fowler, M. Geeilin George Getzman Fowler, N. Foy Franklin. E. Franklin, W. Freeman, B. Freeman, G. Ghilter Gibbons Gibson Gilchrist Gily Glass 1 Glassman Glenn Goff Goodson Gower Graham Gray Green Greenway, H. I Gregory Greiner Griffin Griffith Grimes, M. B. Grimes, R. A. Groves Grow Gwynn Haire Hale Halter Hammett Hammond Hanberry Hanna Harden Hardigree Harman, R. E. Harman, W. C. Harp Harper Harrell, D. E. Harrell, E. A. Harrell, M. C. Harrell, W. D. Harrington, J. Harris, H. W. Harris, H. J. Harris, J. G. Harrison, J. S. Harrison, M. Harvey- Hassell Hawkins Hays Hazen Head Heck Hecker Held Henderson, A. Henderson, C. Henderson, M. Hendry JUNIOR CLASS Henry, Z. A. Herndon, H. H. Herndon, W. B. Herring Holt Holton Hooten Hopkins Hight Hornbuckle Hill, I. A. Home Hill, P. S. Hornstein Hill, R. Houck Hill, W. F. Hough f 5 Sreenway, W. J. Hadaway Harelik Harrington, W. Haywood Henry. C. F. FIRST ROW: GLASSMAN, MONA BARBARA; Hewlett, Long Island, New York. GLENN, THOMAS LATIMER; Athens. GOFF, ANDREWNETTE; Ashburn. GOODSON, H.UGH; Franklin. GOWER, NANCY SELMAN; Atlanta. GRAHAM, RUSSELL G.; Atlanta. GRAY, WILLIAM FERRELL; Thomasville. GREEN, JOHN S.; Lenox. GREENWAY, HELEN D.; Marietta. GREENWAY, WILEY JACK- SON, JR.; Chamblee. SECOND ROW: GREGORY, EDWARD EUGENE; Atlanta. GREINER, CHARLES E.; Alma. GRIFFIN, PEGGY LOU; Cochron. GRIFFITH, SAMUEL CLARENCE, JR.; Athens. GRIMES, MILLARD BERRY; Columbus. GRIMES, RICHARD ALLEN; Cordele. GROVES, EDWIN DAVIS; Byromville. GROW, SHERRIE ANN; Colquitt. GWYNN, Jane; Fort Gaines. HADAWAY, JOE LEE; Macon. THIRD ROW: HAIRE, LOUISE; Colquitt. HALE, ROBERT BURNEY; Watkins- ville. HALTER, FRANK BRADBURY; Atlanta. HAMMETT, GEOR- GIA FRANCES; La Grange. HAMMOND, ROBERT ALLAN; Jack- son. HANBERRY, CHESTER ALEXANDER; Savannah. HANNA, JOHN TERRELL; Donalsonville. HARDEN, WILLIAM GEORGE; Zebulon. HARDIGREE, WILLIAM OTIS; Watkinsville. HARELIK, MELVIN MOSES; Augusta. FOURTH ROW: HARMAN, ROBERT EARL; Savannah. HARMAN, WALTER CARL; Savannah. HARP, WILLIAM JAMES; Brunswick. HARPER, ROGER WESLEY; Oak Park, Illinois. HARRELL, DANIEL E.; Bainbridge. HARRELL, MRS. EDSEL A.; Cairo. HARRELL, MARION CLYDE; Bainbridge. HARRELL, WILLIAM DEWITT; Eastman. HARRING- TON, JOHN FLOYD; Milledgeville. HARRINGTON, WILTON DANIEL; Plainfield. FIFTH ROW: HARRIS, HARRIET W.; Crawford. HARRIS, HINTON JOHNSON; Musella. HARRIS, JAMES GORDON, JR.; Bowman. HARRISON, JOHN STRATON; Wrightsville. HARRISON, MARILYN; Hazle- THEY WEHE SPECIAL FRIENDS . . . hurst. HARVEY, BETTY JEAN; Lanier. HASSELL, HOMER KEITH; Quitman. HAWKINS, GIRARD WHITE; Athens. HAYS, JEWELL A.; Watkinsville. HAYWOOD, CHARLES EAGER; Colquitt. SIXTH ROW: HAZEN, MAYNARD D.; Athens. HEAD, GLORIA JEAN; East Point. HECK, ROBERT EDWARD; Charleston, S. C. HECKER, BETTY RUTH; Savannah. HELD, CHARLES H., JR.; Atlanta. HENDERSON, ANN; Atlanta. HENDERSON, CLARENCE W.; Louisville. HENDERSON, MARJORIE; Austell. HENDRY, ALEX ANSEL; Adel. HENRY, CATHRYN F.; Atlanta. SEVENTH ROW: HENRY, ZACH ADOLPHUS; Decatur. HERNDON, ROBERT HAR- VEY; Milledgeville. HERNDON, WILLIAM BARCLAY; Loganville. HERRING, WILLIAM J.; Cumming. HIGHT, ROBERT A.; Sparta. HILL. JOYCE ANNE; Decatur. HILL, MRS. PEGGY SHIRLEY; LaGrange. HILL, ROSEMARY; Washington. HILL, WALKER FRANK; Ellijay. HILTZ, DONALD JOSEPH; Savannah. HITCHCOCK, HELEN L.; Athens. HOBBS, JAMES LEE; Stapleton. HODGSON, JAMES MARION; Athens. HOGAN, MOODY W.; Parkersburg, W. Va. HOGG, JAMES H.; Ellaville. HOLCOMB, JAMES S.; Calhoun. HOLCOMBE, JAMES BERNARD, JR.; Atlanta. HOLMES, NELL GRAY; Griffin. EIGHTH ROW: HOLT, HARRY WALLACE; Waycross. HOLTON, FRANCIS T.; Douglas. HOOTEN, JAMES LANE; Atlanta. HOPKINS, MARY McELROY; Fitzgerald. HORNBUCKLE, HARRIET PATRICIA; Omega. HORNE, CARHON FLOYD; Roberta. HORNSTEIN, ROBERT BERNARD; Savannah. HOUCK, SUE STUART; Augusta. HOUGH, CHARLES M.; Marshvine, N. C. HUDGINS, LYNNEL; Meansville. HUDSON, BENJAMIN LOTH; Clarkston. HUDSON, WILLIAM N.; Ocilla. HUGHEY, JOE DENNIS; Fair Mount. HUMPHRIES, ROBERT LEE; Augusta. HUNT, BETTY RUTH; Marietta. HUNT, JOHN R.; Blakeky. HUNT, JOSEPH LOUIS; LaFayette. HUNTEMANN, J. WALTER; New York, N. Y. 4 nineteen t hundred and fift y Hiltz Hudgins Hitchcock Hobbs Hudson, B. L. Hudson, W. N. Hodgson Hog an Hogg Holcomb Holcombe Holmes Hughey Humphries Hunt, B. R. Hunt, J. R. Hunt J. L. Huntemann d n Hunter Hurst Hurt Huston Hutchins, J. Hutchins, L. Hutchinson Hyde Jacobs, M. A. James Jenkins Jessup Jindra Johnson, E. Johnson, J. Johnson, M. [ohnson, T. C. Joiner Jolles Jones, B. Jones, F. A. Jones, M. E. Jones, R. C. Jordan Kay Kemp Kibler Kidder Kight King, A. C. King, A. N. King, 8. J. Kirkland Kittle Knight Knox Koplin Kramer Kreis Krumbein Langford Lankenau Lanier Larrimore Lawless Lawther Ledford Lee, J. A. JUNIOR CLASS Lemaster Leopold, B. Leopold, L. P. Lewis Leyburn Lipham Little Lively McCall, S. McComb McCook McDorman McDowell McElhannon McGarity McGee T Jacobs, H. Johnson. R. L. Kamensky Kirby Lang Leggitt FIRST ROW: HUNTER, EMORY J.; Colquitt. HURST, GEORGE DEWEY; Cairo. HURT, FRANCES ALLEA; Crawford. HUSTON, LONA KAY; Albany. HUTCHINS, JAMES BROOKS; Lawrenceville. HUTCH- INS, LANETTE; Decatur. HUTCHINSON, EDWARD LUCE; Athens. HYDE, BILLY FRED; Copperhill, Tenn. JACKSON, GEORGE CAL- VIN; Clarkesville. JACOBS, HENRY GRADY; Americus. SECOND ROW: JACOBS, MARY ANNE; Buckhead. JAMES, KEN E.; Homerville. JENKINS, CARRELL RAY; Bridgeboro. JESSUP, DOROTHY JEAN; Hawkinsville. JINDRA, WILLIAM JOSEPH, JR.; Port Chester, N. Y. JOHNSON, EMMA LOU; Savannah. JOHNSON, JACK; Fort Valley. JOHNSON, L. MARILYN; Barnesville. JOHNSON, MILTON I., JR.; Macon. JOHNSON, RENEE LUCILLE; Rome. THIRD ROW: JOHNSON, THOMAS CHINNIS, JR.; Savannah. JOINER, HERBERT MELTON; Alamo. IOLLES, HOWARD PARRILL; Augusta. JONES, BERT; Savannah. JONES, FRANK ALVIN, JR.; Elberton. JONES, MARTHA ELIZABETH; Atlanta. JONES, RICHARD CHARLES; Rome. JORDAN, WILLIAM H.; Monticello. JUSTICE, J. BERT; Albany. KAMENSKY, SIDNEY; Columbus. FOURTH ROW: KAY, VIRGINIA ADAIR; Byron. KEMP, VEL AGUSTUS, JR.; Camilla. KIBLER, WILLIAM ELMORE; Dublin. KIDDER, BAR- BARA JEAN; Atlanta. KNIGHT, CHARLOTTE; Sandersville. KING, ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, III; Atlanta. KING, ARNOLD NATHAN; Canon. KING, BETTYE JEAN; Buffton. KING, HILLYER CLARK, JR.; Athens. KIRBY, WILLIAM WILKINS; Newnan. FIFTH ROW: KIRKLAND, SUE; Pearson. KITTLE, GERALDINE; Ringgold. KNIGHT, TROY, JR.; Atlanta. KNOX, CHARLES COURTNEY; Atlanta. KOPLIN, BERYL B.; Atlanta. KRAMER, MARY FRAN- CES; Jesup. KREIS, EDGAR A., JR.; Atlanta. KRUMBEIN, HERBERT A.; Washington. LAMBERT, LUCY LANE; Dalton. LANG, MARY L. ; Brunswick. AND MANY FAMILIAR PLACES SIXTH ROW: LANGFORD, OTTO CHARLES, JR.; Calhoun. LANKENAU, CATHERINE ELIZABETH; Savannah. LANIER, MARY MARTHA; Americus. LARRIMORE, ROY W.; Dickinson, Ala. LAWLESS, JOSEPH RAYMUND; Stamford, Conn. LAWTHER, PATRICIA RUTH; College Park. LEDFORD, LARRY GARNETT; Nicholls. LEE, JAMES A.; Nahunta. LEE, JAMES REDMOND, JR.; Athens. LEGGITT, CLEWIS MATTHEW, JR.; Unadilla. SEVENTH ROW: LEMASTER, OLIVER WILLIAM; Selma, Ala. LEOPOLD, BASILIKI; Savannah. LEOPOLD, LOUIS PETER, Savannah. LEWIS, E. EARLE; Shady Dale. LEYBURN, VIRGINIA MARY; Dunwoody. LIPHAM, JAMES MAURICE; LaGrange. LITTLE, WILLIAM MIL- TON; Lavonia. LIVELY, CHARLES HARVEY; Rome. LIVINGS- TON, G. MAYO, JR.; Bcanbridge. LONG, JACQUELINE ELIZA- BETH; Macon. LOUDERMILK, LARRY RANDALL; Epworth. LOWRY, RHONWYN; Moultrie. LUMPKIN, EDWIN S.; Athens. LUNSFORD, MARILYN ANN; Clarkesville. LYNN, VIRGINIA JUNE; Fitzgerald. LYON, MARY NAN; Cave Spring. McARTHUR, ROBERT SHEFFIELD; Atlanta. McCALL, MARY BESS; Cordele. EIGHTH ROW: McCALL, SUSAN CLARK; Moultrie. McCOMB, THOMAS MAL- COLM, JR.; Thomasville. McCOOK, DANIEL OSCAR; Macon. McDORMAN, JOHN KENSLEY; Abbeville, S. C. McDOWELL, ESTELLA; Crescent City, Fla. McELHANNON, WALTER SIMS; Winder. McGARITY, MEADOR BUSH; Clarkston. McGEE, FRAN- CES JOANN; Cedartown. McKENNY, MARY ANN; Albany. Mc- KIBBEN, ANDY JACK; Locust Grove. McKINNEY, MYRA KATH- ERINE; Bowman. McLEOD, CHARLIS JEFFERSON; Thomasville. McMILLAN, JAMES M.; Brunswick. McNATT, GENE HOWARD; Lyons. McNEEL, LOUISE; Marietta. McPHERSON, B. DORIS; Dawson. MACKEY, HERBERT LANCE; Savannah. MAJOR, JAMES CALDER; Atlanta. • nineteen t hundred and fift y Long Loudermilk Lowry Lumpkin Lunsiord Lynn Lyon McArthur McCall, M. B. Major :Kibben McKinney McLeod McMillan McNatt McNeoI McPherson MacKey Malone Manis Mankin Manley Mann Marchman Marsha Martin, A. B. Martin, C. H Martin, J. S. Martin, M. J. Martin, P. D. Martin, R. C. Massey Matherne Mathews Mathis, B. J. Mathis, B. L Matthews Mattox Mayer Meek Merry Mescure Metcalf Meyer Mill Miller, D. J. Miller, J. A. Miller, M. L. Miller, W. W. Mitchell, A. J. Mitchell, J. F. Moblley, A. V. Mobley, T. R. Moffett Moody Moore, G. A. Moore, J. Moore, J. L. Moore, J. O. Moore, M. L. Moore, M. G. Moore, M. B. Moorefield Morgan, J. Morrison Morris, H. M. Morris, J. Morton Moseley Moses Mosheim Moss JUNIOR CLASS Moxley Newton, W. M. Moye Nichols Mozley Nickerson Murdaugh Murphy, J. M. Murphy, S. J. Murray, B. R. Murray, H. P. Muther, D. D Nixon Norton Notrica Oates O ' Hara O ' Leary p «■ Jk Mart ' .n. D. E. Mathis, L. M. Miller, C. Monk Morgan, J. D. Motl FIRST ROW: MALONE, WILLIAM BURTON; Monticello. MANIS, HELEN SUE; Cohutta. MANKIN, CARL B. ; Griffin. MANLEY, BETTYE; Atlanta. MANN, GUS W.; Cairo. MARCHMAN, MARY PRUDENCE; Lex- ington. MARSHA, L. A., JR.; Columbia, S. C. MARTIN, ALEX- ANDER, B. ; Valdosta. MARTIN, CARROLL HARRIS, JR.; Bruns- wick. MARTIN, DONALD EVANS; Atlanta. SECOND ROW: MARTIN, JACK SMITH; Valdosta. MARTIN, MELVIN JEROME; Canon. MARTIN, PAUL DANIEL; Atlanta. MARTIN, RAYMOND CARROLL; Hartsfield. MASSEY, JAMES EDWARD; Athens. MATHERNE, THOMAS, JR.; Houma, La. MATHEWS, MARION EARL; Ashburn. MATHIS, BETTY, JEAN; Cedartown. MATHIS BETTY LOUISE; Decatur. MATHIS, LOIS McMATH; Americus. THIRD ROW: MATTHEWS, MILDRED, Asheville, N. C. MATTOX, ROBERT H; Reidsville. MAYER, GEORGE ERNEST; Decatur. MEEK, BAR- BARA ANN; Fairburn. MERRY, ELLEN CALLAWAY; Augusta. MESCURE, ISABELLE E.; Waycross. METCALF, BEULAH FRIEDA; Columbus. MEYER, WILLIAM H; Brunswick. MILL HARRY EDWARD; Cocoa, Fla. MILLER, CONNIE, JR.; Brunswick. FOURTH ROW: MILLER, DOLORES JEAMES; Colquitt. MILLER, JOSEPH ALLEN; Cleveland. MILLER, MORRIS LAFAYETTE, JR.; Stilson. MILLER WILLIAM WAYNE; Athens. MITCHELL, ARTHUR ].-, Hiram. MITCHELL, JOHN FRANCIS, JR.; Waycross. MOBLEY, ARTHUR VARDELL; Johnston, S. C. MOBLEY, TILLMAN RUDOLPH; Ocilla. MOFFETT, JAMES M.; Columbus. MONK, SAMUEL E.; Naylor. FIFTH ROW: MOODY, DAN C, JR.; Cornelia. MOORE, GLORIA ANN; Stcrt- ham. MOORE, JANE; Griffin. MOORE, JERRY LEONARD; Cal- houn. MOORE, J. OWEN; Carrollton. MOORE, MARY LUCY; Sparta. MOORE, MAURICE GRAHAM; Metier. MOORE, MILTON BUT ALL THOSE DAYS AT GEORGIA . . . BYRON; Comer. MOOREFIELD, SALLY E.; Atlanta. MORGAN, JACKSON DAVIS; Cave Spring. SIXTH ROW: MORGAN, JULIANNE; Cedartown. MORRISON, ARTHUR ALS- TON; Savannah. MORRIS, HAROLD MERCER, JR.; Athens. MORRIS, JIMMY; Surrency. MORTON, JACK WILLIAM; Decatur, 111. MOSELEY, GROVER CLEVELAND; Winder. MOSES, ED- WARD CALHOUN; Uvalda. MOSHEIM, JOE D.; Chickamauga. MOSS, MARGUERITE ELEANOR; Athens. MOTT, CHARLES HOWARD; Albany. SEVENTH ROW: MOXLEY, BEN LEE, JR.; Midville. MOYE, VICTOR CARLOS; Dublin. MOZLEY, CECILE DEMING; Atlanta. MURDAUGH, LEONARD LAMARR; McRae. MURPHY, JAMES M.; Pinehurst. MURPHY, SUSAN JONES; Duluth. MURRAY, B. R. ; Augusta. MURRAY, HERBERT PETERSON; Columbus. MUTHER, DANIEL DAVIS; Metter. MYERS, FREDERICK HOWE, JR.; Augusta. MYRICK, JOHN A.; Columbus. NASH, J. Y., JR.; Athens. NELSON, WILLIAM R.; Thomaston. NEW, DANEL, McCormick, S. C. NEW- BANKS, ALBERTA LOYD; Atlanta. NEWBERRY, IKE MARTIN, J R.; Arlington. NEWTON, CAROLYN; Athens. NEWTON, PAUL K.; Haicyondale. EIGHTH ROW: NEWTON, WILLIAM M.; Statesboro. NICHOLS, GEORGE ED- WARD; Manchester. NICKERSON, LUCY ELIZABETH; Athens. NIXON, CHARLES NELSON; Royston. NORTON, BETTY RUTH; Athens. NOTRICA, MORRIS; Savannah. OATES, VIVIAN; Americus. O ' HARA, MAY JENNINGS; Americus. O ' LEARY, DAVID FRANCIS; Savannah. OLIVER, NELL; Athens. O ' NEAL, FRANCES JEAN; Waycross. O ' NEILL, EMILY ANN; Memphis, Tenn. O ' OUIN, ANNE; Atlanta. OWEN, THOMAS ERWIN, JR.; Milledgeville. OWENS, WILBUR DAWSON; Albany. PAFFORD, JOSEPH MARION; Douglas. PALMER, DOLORES CLARE; Cleve- land. PARIS, RICHARD EUGENE; Atlanta. J nine ie en t hundred and fift y Newton, C. Newton, P. K. Palmer Paris v W K l ■ r a m Park Parker, C. E. Parker, J. P. Parker, K. D. Parker, W. H. Parks Parr Pass- ore Patch ' atterson, H. C. Patterson, W. Paul Peace Peacock Peavy Pekor Perkins Phillips Pintchuck Pinyan Pittman Powell, G. C. Powell, L. L. Powell, P. Proctor Ptacek Pund Rabun Ragsdale Ramsey Rankin Reddick Reese Rentz Reynolds Rice, C. A Rice, I. L. Ridgway Riley, C. Riley, W. F. Ritch Robbins Roberts, A. J. Roberts, A. R. Roberts, C. Roberts, J. A. Robertson Rollins Rollison Rose Rossan Rowan Howe Ruark JUNIOR CLASS Saiiold Sellers, F. B. Salter Sellers, M. K. Sanders, F. Sewell, F. G. Sanders, M. Sewell, R. J. Scalin Sexton Schaaf Shamblin Schaeifer Shapard Schepis Shaw Schueler Sheffield I V Patterson, C. Pierce Pyrdum Rice, G. W. Roberts, I. M. Rushing FIRST ROW: PARK, WILLIAM HUGH; West Green. PARKER, CATHERINE ELIZABETH; Greenville, S. C. PARKER, JAMES PHILLIPS; Mon- roe. PARKER, KATHERINE DONNELL; Brunswick. PARKER, WILLIAM H.; Mclntyre. PARKS, RICHARD HOODMAN; Rey- nolds. PARR, GLORIA ANN; Leroy. PASSMORE, JAMES; Macon. PATCH, ALTA LEE; Moultrie. PATTERSON, CLYDE; Buchanan. SECOND ROW: PATTERSON, HOMER CARL; Hinesville. PATTERSON, WYLENE; Dalton. PAUL, BARBARA ELIZABETH; Lexington. PEACE, RACHAEL ANNE; Rome. PEACOCK, JOSEPH LAMAR; Black- shear. PEAVY, CYNTHIA H.; Byron. PEKOR, SHIRLEY ANNE; Columbus. PERKINS, GLORIA ANN; Savannah. PHILLIPS, W. L., JR.; Atlanta. PIERCE, PEGGY ANNE; Cairo. THIRD ROW: PINTCHUCK, TERRY; Waynesboro. PINYAN, THOMAS ALLEN; Canton. PITTMAN, WILLIAM FRED, JR.; Athens. POWELL, GRAYSON C, JR.; Swainsboro. POWELL, LILLIAN L.; Atlanta. POWELL, POLLI; Arlington. PROCTOR, JAMES CLARE; Wood- bine. PTACEK. JAMES EDWARD; Coraopolis, Penn. PUND, JEAN HARRIEi ' ; Augusta. PYRDUM, CARL RIGLEY; Atlanta. FOURTH ROW: RABUN, WILLIAM P., JR.; Macon. RAGSDALE, THERON EUGENE; Homer. RAMSEY, WILLIAM O., JR.; Gainesville. RANKIN, WIL- LIAM SCOTT; Savannah. REDDICK, JACK BEARD; Millew. REESE, BUFORD HENRY; Jakin. RENTZ, FELTON LAMAR; Lenox. REYNOLDS, FRANKIE OLIVIA; Bainbridge. RICE, CHRISTINA ANDREAE; Atlanta. RICE, GEORGE WASHINGTON, JR.; Roys- ton. FIFTH ROW: RICE, JANE LOUISE; Vidalia. RIDGWAY, THOMAS; Eatonton. RILEY, CHRIS; Atlanta. RILEY, WILLIAM FOWLER; Atlanta. RITCH, JOHN A.; Greensboro, N. C. ROBBINS, ROBERT WOOD- ROW; Rome. ROBERTS, ALBERT J.; Brooklyn, N. Y. ROBERTS, RECALL FOND MEMORIES A. ROY; Ball Ground. ROBERTS, CLARENCE O.; Athens. ROB- ERTS, JAMES M.; Dcnalsonville. SIXTH ROW: ROBERTS, JOHN ARCHIE; Kirkland. ROBERTSON, BOBBIE ANNE; Augusta. ROLLINS, JAMES E.; Dodge City, Kansas. ROLLISON, FRED NATHANIEL; Waycross. ROSE, GEORGE HERBERT; Port- smith, Va. ROSSON, JEFFERSON L.; Rome. ROWAN, HELEN VIRGINIA; Nashville. ROWE, ROBERT HAYNES; Columbus. RUARK, EDWARD PARNELL; Bostwick. RUSHING, ERNEST B., JR.; Statesboro. SEVENTH ROW: SAFFOLD, RAY PHILLIPS; Columbus. SALTER, DAVID WATSON; Pitt. SANDERS, FRANKIE; Lizella. SANDERS, MARION; Atlanta. SCAL1N, ALBERT BEN; Albany, N. Y. SCHAAF, JAMES W.; East Poinr. SCHAEFFER, HELEN ANN; Moultrie. SCHEPIS, GENE LOUIS; Rochelle Pk., N. J. SCHUELER, DONALD GUSTAVE; Walker Valley, N. Y. SCHUMAN, MARTIN STEPHEN; Brooklyn, N. Y. SCHWARZ, RONALD MARC; New York, N. Y. SCOGGINS, JOSEPH EDGAR, JR.; Augusta. SCOTT, DOROTHY ELIZABETH; Thomasville. SCOTT, MAMIE LEE; Griffin. SEANOR, JOHN HUMPHREYS, Fitzaerald. SEGAL, LEONARD LOUIS; Philadel- phia, Pa. SEIGLER, BEVERLY JEANNE; Savannah. SELF, HENRY JARRELL; Adairsville. EIGHTH ROW: SELLERS, BROWNER FLOYD; Cairo. SELLERS, MARY KING; Grantville. SEWELL, FRANCES GRESHAM; Clayton. SEWELL, ROY J.; Newnan. SEXTON, M. JEANNE; Savannah. SHAMBLIN, ROBERT LEWIS; Summerville. SHAPARD, SAMUEL LIPSCOMB; Griffin. SHAW, CAROLYN CARTER; Decatur. SHEFFIELD, HO- BERT HOUSTON; Colquitt. SHEPARD, ROBERT PARKER; Fort Valley. SHEPPARD, WILLIAM; Beaufort, S. C. SICKEL, MARILYN ANITA; Savannah. SIEG, EDWARD CHAN; Savannah. SLIVER, MURRAY MENDEL; Savannah. SIMMONS, CLARENCE DONALD; Eastman. SIMMONS, JOSEPH CALVIN; Newton. SIMMONS, VIRGINIA CLAIRE; Bainbridge. SIMPSON, KELLY; Cairo. • nineteen t hundred and fift y Schuman Schwarz Scoggins Scott, D. E. Scott, M. L Shepard Sheppard Sickel Sieg Silver Seanor Segal Seigler Simmons, C. D. Simmons, I. C. Simmons, V. C. Self Simpson, K. Sims. M. J. Sims, R. D. Singley Sirmon Skeadas Slotin Smith, A. M. Smith, C. L. Smith, D. A. Smith, F. P. Smith, H. H. Smith, I. Smith, M. H. Smith, M. 7. Smith, M. M. Smith, M. F. Smith, R. E. Smith, W. J. Smoak Smythe Snead SneU Sommer Spranger Stafford Starling Starnes, H. R Steed Steele, L. J. Steele, S. A. Stein Steinberg, J. J. Steinberg, R. Stelling Stephens. T. I. Stephens, C. 1 Stephenson Stevenson Stewart, A. W. Stewart, C. Stewart, M. Stewart, S. P. Stock Stoloff Stone Strolher Strorier Sullivan Syms Tarpley Taylor, Cla Taylor, Cre Taylor, W. A. Telford JUNIOR CLASS Terhune Terry, B. Terry, J. A. Turlington Turner, D. O. Turner, R. I. Thigpen Twitty Thomas, C. J. Thomas, R. E. Thomason Tyson Tyus Vance Thompson Vaughan Thurmond Vick, A. m !• ■£ NOW AND ALWAYS Smith, F. A. Smith. W. G. Starnes, L. C. Stephens, S. M. Strickland Temple FIRST ROW: SIMS, MARY JEAN; Pembroke. SIMS, RICHARD DALE; Atlanta. SINGLEY, ALDEAN FOREST; Jackson. SIRMON, LENORE; At- lanta. SKEADAS, CATHERINE CHRISTINE; Savannah. SLOTIN, PHIL HARRIS; Douglas. SMITH, AL MILTON; Athens. SMITH, CHARLES LLOYD; Morganton. SMITH, DOROTHY ANN; Rome. SMITH, FLOYD AL; Savannah. SECOND ROW: SMITH, FOSTER PIERCE, JR.; Godfrey. SMITH, HELEN HARRIS; Manchester. SMITH, JACQUELINE; Athens. SMITH, MARGARET HOLAHAN; Smyrna. SMITH, MARY JO; Tifton. SMHH, MARY MARTHA; Douglas. SMITH, MINTIE FARR; Oliver. SMITH, ROBERT EMERSON; Tifton. SMITH, WILDA JEAN; Danielsville. SMITH, WILLIAM GLENN; Chatsworth. THIRD ROW: SMOAK, EDNA ELVIRA; Augusta. SMYTHE, MAUDELINE ANN; Greenville, S. C. SNEAD, ANNETTA GRAYDON; Atlanta. SNELL, GEORGIA ANN; Blythe. SOMMER, SELMA JEANNE; Hawkins- ville. SPRANGER, GINTER ALBERT; Athens. STAFFORD, NOR- MAN WILLIAM; Augusta. STARLING, AARON, JR.; Douglas. STARNES, H. ROGER; Dalton. STARNES, LU CROFT; Columbus. FOURTH ROW: STEED, WALLACE W.; Lavonia. STEELE, LEONARD J.; To ' ccoa. STEELE, SHIRLEY ANN; Waycross. STEIN, RUTH; CartersviUe. STEINBERG, JACK JEROME; Augusta. STEINBERG, RENEE HOFFMAN; Ritter, S. C. STELLING, TECKLA ELLEN; Augusta. STEPHEN, THOMAS JAMES; Lowell, Mass. STEPHENS, OREN HOMER; Cumming. STEPHENS, SARA MAE; Athens. ' FIFTH ROW: STEPHENSON, ROBERT FRANK; College Park. STEVENSON, WILLIAM A.; Commerce. STEWART, ALFRED W., JR.; Atlanta. STEWART, CAROL; Miami, Fla. STEWART, MERRILL; Trenton. STEWART, SARA PAUL; Ashburn. STOCK, JOE D.; Rome. STOLOFF, HERBERT; Atlantic City, N. J. STONE, JAMES WIL- LIAM, JR.; Douglas. STRICKLAND, FLORINE; Calvary. SIXTH ROW: STROTHER, JODY; St. Simons Island. STROZIER, ROBERT IN- GRAM; Savannah. SULLIVAN, JOHN DENNIS; Carnesville. SYMS, THOMAS EDWIN; Abbeville. TARPLEY, JOHN E.; Albany. TAYLOR, CLARE; Evans. TAYLOR, CREED; Atlanta. TAYLOR, WAYNE ANDREW; Asheville, N. C. TELFORD, BETTY NELL; Cleveland. TEMPLE, ALBERT PAUL; Manchester. SEVENTH ROW: TERHUNE, JOHN WESLEY, JR.; Rome. TERRY, BETTY; Thomas- ville. TERRY, JO ANN; Gainesville. THIGPEN, GEORGE OSCAR, JR.; Waycross. THOMAS, C. JOYCE; Atlanta. THOMAS, ROBERT E.; La Fayette. THOMASON, NANCY REESE; Rome. THOMP- SON, JAMES PASCAL; Monroe. THURMOND, JAMES LUTHER; Athens. TILLISON, WILLIAM EDWIN; Atlanta. TILLMAN, THOMAS NOLAN, Fort Pierce, Fla. TIMM, CATHARINE KELLAR; Athens. TINGLE, BETTY JANE; Monticello. TIPPINS, JESSE G.; Claxton. TOOLE, EMRETTE JOINER; Coral Gables, Fla. TRIMBLE, JEANNE CARLTON; Bradenton, Fla. TROWBRIDGE, ANN; Atlanta. TRUNKEY, BILLIE FRANCES; Atlanta. EIGHTH ROW: TURLINGTON, EDWIN MACK; Atlanta. TURNER, DONALD OWEN; Pavo. TURNER, RICHARD JACKSON; Franklin Springs. TWITTY, SUZANNE; Manchester. TYSON, SUSAN PATRICIA; Bainbridge. TYUS, LEWIS CHRISTOPHER; Cairo. VANCE, BOBBIE MAYNARD; Gainesville. VAUGHAN, GEORGE LOUIS; Hapeville. VICK, ANNE SLADE; Bartow. VICK, LLOYD G. ; Bartow. WADDELL, THOMAS ALTON; Thomaston. WAGES, FRED EARL; Br unswick. WAINRIGHT, PERRY MARSHALL; Brunswick. WALKER, POLLY GWENDOLYN; Colquitt. WALKER, WAYLAND RAY; Thomaston. WALL, JAMES HILTON; Syl- vester. WARD, ANNE McNEILL; St. Simons Island. WARD, BILLIE OTIS; Douglas. • nineteen t hundred and jf ft $ TUlison Vick, L. G. Tillman Waddell Timm Wages Tingle Tippins Toole Wainright Walker, P. G. Walker, W. R. Trimble Wall Trowbridge Trunkey Ward, A. M. Ward, B. O. Ward Warren, D. H. Warren, J. P. Waters, H. C. Waters, F. Way Wear Welherford Webb Wedell Weinstein Welch Weldon Wells Westbrook Wheeler. G. Wheeler, M. Whelchel Whitley Whitman Whitworth, |. W, AThitworth, J. C. Whyte Wier Wilcox Wilder. B. H. Wilder, G. M. Wilds Wilkerson Willley Williams, G. B. Williams, J. C. Williams, O. Williamson, J. L. Williamson, J.R. FIRST ROW: WARD, JAMES STUART; Atlanta. WARREN, DOUGLAS HURON; Clayton. WARREN, MRS. JANIE PLEASANTS; Clayton. WATERS, HAL COLEMAN; Statesboro. WATERS, HENRY FRANK; Fayette. WAY, RAMSEY THOMPSON; Hawkinsville. WEAR, MILLARD L.; Cohutta. SECOND ROW: WEATHERFORD, LAWRENCE ELMER; Watkinsville. WEBB, JAMES TERRELL; Springfield. WEDELL, GORDON D.; Anaheim, Cali- fornia. WEINSTEIN, ELAINE JEWEL; Macon. WELCH, JOHN FRANKLIN; Dallas. WELDON, CHARLES DENNIS; Lavonia. WELLS, ANNELLA; Mt. Vernon. THIRD ROW WESTBROOK, CAROL ELLYSON; Richmond, Virginia. WHEELER, GEORGE WARREN; Atlanta. WHEELER, MARY FRANCES; LaFayette. WHELCHEL, AUBREY S.; Covington. WHITLEY, WELDON BERNARD; Osierfield. WHITMAN, MARGARET ANN; Eatonton. WHITWORTH, JACK W.; Greenville. FOURTH ROW: WHITWORTH, JAMES C; Douglasville. WHYTE, EZMEE; Phila- delphia, Pennsylvania. WIER, BETTY GLENN; Athens. WILCOX, JUNIOR JAMES LEJEUNE; Ocilla. WILDER, BRANNON HARDEN; Cloud- land. WILDER, GARNETT MARION; Royston. WILDS, GAR- LAND G.; Glennville. FIFTH ROW: WILKERSON, ROSE MATHER; Lavonia. WILLEY, DONALD ED- WIN; Athens. WILLIAMS, GEORGE BRADLEY; Dublin. WIL- LIAMS, JOHN CALVIN; Americus. WILLIAMS, OLLIE LEE; Cartersville. WILLIAMSON, JAMES LAWRENCE; Rebecca. WIL- IAMSON, JAMES RAY; Dalton. CjYTH ROW WILSON, EDWARD WOODROW; Millen. WOLSON, FREDDIE ALFRED; Savannah. WOOD, CYRUS STEADWELL; Savannah. WOODALL, DOROTHY PAULINE; Athens. WOODALL, E. A.; Blackshear. WOOLARD, HENRY HALL, JR.; Sylvester. SEVENTH ROW: WRIGHT, EARNEST ISADORE; Bradley. WRIGHT, GEORGE B.; Tallapoosa. WRIGHT, SARA KEY; Covington. ZINGLER, ALICE MAE; Hutchinson, Minnesota. ZIPPERER, CHARLES LEONARD; Valdosta. ZITTOUER, HARRY BYRD; Springfield. CLASS Wilson Wolson Wood Woodall. D. P. Woodall. E. A. Woolard Wright, E. Wright, G. B. Wright, S. K. Zingler Zipperer Zittouer i ememb ememoer . . . . . . those classes and labs when you had something to show for your long hours of work besides a notebook full of class notes and the writer ' s cramp? You felt as though you were beginning to get somewhere. You had something tangible. Perhaps it was nothing more than an at- tempt at a " Whistler ' s Mother, " perhaps a radio script, an analysis of Blue Ointment . . . but you had something to show for your work. DEWEY ________ MARY _________ NICK SOPHOMORE CLASS ff icerA HEADING THE SOPHOMORE CLASS FOR THE 1949-50 SCHOOL YEAR ARE OFFICERS: President DEWEY BENEFIELD Vice-President MARY THOMAS Secretary-Treasurer NICK CHILIVIS SOPHOMORE CLASS Aarons Abbott Andrews, M. J. Andrews, W. R Alhadeff Baker SOPHOMORE CLASS FIRST ROW: AARONS, MARCIA JOY; Hazelhurst. ABBOTT, THOMAS JOSEPH; Cranford , N. J. ADAMS, REBECCA LYNN; Greenwood, S. C. ADCOCK, MARY ELIZABETH; Macon. AGERTON, G. FRANK, JR.; Vidette. AKINS, ROY LeVAUGHN; Statesboro. ALBERT, DORIS; Metter. ALFORD, CHARLES E.; West Point. ALHADEFF, JEANETTE; Atlanta. ALLAN, BRYAN LEIGH; Decatur. ALLEN, DOROTHY GRACE; St. Simons Island. ALLEN, EDITH BACH; Etowah, Tenn. ALLISON, ANGEL MARY; New Orleans, La. ALLMON, CAROLYN M.; Athens. ALLRED, MARY FRANCES; Athens. ALMAND, BEVERLY RUiH; Athens. ALPER, MARILYN; Cordele. ALSTON, MAURICE EDWARD, JR.; Athens. SECOND ROW: ANDREWS, MARY JO; Toccoa. ANDREWS, WILLIAM RAYMOND; Ringgold. ANIHONY, HUBERT FRANKLIN; Danielsville. AR- NETTE, TALMADGE E.; Brunswick. ARNOLD, AUGUSTA; Hape- ville. ASKEW, JULIA ELLEN; Athens. AUSTIN, WILLIAM LEWIS; Stockbridge. BABCOCK, BETTY BALDWIN; Avondale Estates. BAKER, HERMAN HUNTER; Macon. BALZER, ROBERT ERNEST; Great Neck, N. Y. BANKS, CHARLES LOUIS; Lakeland. BANKS, DORIS ELAINE; Columbus. BARNUM, EDWARD LEE; Valdosta. BATCHELOR, PATRICIA CHENAULT; Columbus. BATES, NANCY ANNE; Rome. BEELAND, BEVERLY RUTH; Athens. BELCHER, M. H., JR.; Morren. BENEFIELD, JAMES DEWEY; Decatur. . THIRD ROW: BENNETT, BETTY JEAN; Brunswick. BENNETT, ELIZABETH GWENEVE; Rossville. BENTON, DANIEL WELTON; Pembroke. BENTON, LEO EDWARD; Athens. BLADES, MARY ELLEN; Elizabeth City, N. C. BOBBITT, F. WENDELL; Dudley. BOGIN, SANDAR FREDA; Charleston, S. C. BOUCHILLON, FLORENCE SYBIL; Covington. BOWEN, EDITH RUSSELL; Cairo. BOWERS, STEWART VANDIVER; Hartwell. FOURTH ROW: BOYD, BETTY CORNELIA; Winder. BRADFORD, MARY BLACK- MON; Athens. BRAMBLETT, EARL LAMAR; Macon. BRANCH, BALFOUR ' S S. U. A. . . .? CONNIE FRED; Bishop. BRASWELL, CLARISSA P.; Adrian. BRICKMAN, RITA; Charleston, S. C. BRIDGES, BARBARA JEAN; Sumner. BRIDGES, JIMMIE HARRIS; Stuckey. BRIDGES, NANCY BARBARA; Decatur. BROOKS, JAMES W.; Newton. FIFTH ROW: BROWER, MADISON Z., JR.; Savannah. BROWN, BARBARA ANN; Savannah. BROWN, DONALD McCARTY; Elberton. BROWN, HAROLD C; Hartwell. BROWN, J. MERCER; Atlanta. BROWN, NANCY ANN; Rutledge. BUNKIN, JOHN THOMAS; Rome. BUR- DELL, ANN CARTER; Augusta. BURNETTE, COILYSS LUKE; Athens. BURNETT, WILLIAM CLYDE, JR.; Atlanta. SIXTH ROW: BUTLER, JAMES MACK, JR.; Macon. BUTLER, JAMES ROBERT; Macon. BUTTS, MARTHA JEAN; Athens. CAIRNES, LEWIS WADE; Marietta. CAMP, KATHRYN JOYCE; Rome. CARRUTH, MARY LOU; Athens. CARTER, MANLEY LANIER; Toccoa. CASEY, WILEY J.; Cedartown. CHASTAIN, BETTY ANN; Calhoun. CH1LDS, SANFORD JESSE; Columbus. SEVENTH ROW: CHILIVIS, NICKOLAS PETE; Athens. CHUECA, J. CARLOS; Peru, S. A. CLARK, ALBERT HATCHER; Smithville. CLEMENTS, MARY ANN; Buena Vista. CLEVELAND, NANCY JANE; Sensia. COBB, WAYMAN E.; Decatur. COHEN, ALFRED LEWIS; New York, N. Y. COLEMAN, J. E.; Dolrun. COLLINS, WILLIAM CLYDE; Bogart. COMERFORD, BEVERLY MARY; Atlanta. EIGHTH ROW: COOPER, CAROLYN CRAWFORD; Columbus. COOPER, VIR- GINIA FRANCES; Atlanta. CORBETT, CHARLES DIXON; Poulan. COURSON, HERMAN CLAYTON; Brunswick. COX, BUELL C; Etowah, Tenn. CRAWFORD, BETTYE; Concord. CRESAP, PAUL MASON; Dalton. CROWE, DOROTHY J.; Athens. CULBRETH, BARBARA ANN; Stephens. CUNNINGHAM, THOMAS H.; Cor- nelia. Bennett, B. I. Boyd Brower Butler, J. M. Chili vis Cooper ,C. C. Allan Balzer Allen, D. G. Allen, E. B. Banks, C. L. Banks, 0. E. Allison Barnum, E. L. A 11m on Batchelor AUred Bates Almand Beeland Alper Belcher Alston Benefield of nineteen nun dree an J J k rh Eennett. E. G. Bradford Brown. B. A. Butler, I. R. Chueaca Cooper. V. F. Benton, D. W. Benton, L. E. Bramblett Branch Brown, D. M. Brown, H. C. Eutts Cairnes Clark Clements Corbett Courson Blades Braswell Brown, J. M. Camp Cleveland Cox Bobbitt Brickman Brown, N. A. Carruth Cobb Crawford Bogin Bridges, B. J. Bunkin Carter Cohen Cresap Bouchillon Bridges, J. H. Burdell Casey Coleman Crowe Bowen Bridges, N. B. Bumette Chastain Collins Culbreth Bowers Brooks Burnett Childs Comerford Cunningham Dale Ebersole Daniel Echols Daniell Elder Davis Elkins Day English Deaderick Epps Deaver Eskew Denmark Estroff Dessauer Exner SOPHOMORE CLASS FIRST ROW: DALE, WILLIAM EDWARD; Rome. DANIEL, CARTER; Athens. DANIELL, ROBERT GRAHAM; Melter. DAVIS, JOHN BURL; Donalsonville. DAY, ELLIOTT O ' NEIL; Washington, D. C. DEAD- ERICK, JOE GARLAND, JR.; Memphis, Tenn. DEAVER, E. MIL- DRED; Birmingham, Ala. DENMARK, MARY; Atlanta. DES- SAUER, SARA BURNS; Augusta. DICKERSON, DORRELL EU- GENE; Bowman. DOLLAR, THOMAS HUBERT; Bainbridge. DOOLEY, BOBBY JOE; Watkinsville. DOYLE, JERRY DeVOE; Atlanta. DREN, BILLIE J.; Atlanta. DUNLAP, ROBERT ROY; Thomasville. DUPREE, JANE ANN; Gainesville. DUBRAN, HENRY MYRON; Marietta. EARLY, LEE ROY; Atlanta. SECOND ROW: EBERSOLE, CLAUDE DAVID, JR.; Atlanta. ECHOLS, LEON FOR- REST, JR.; Thomaston. ELDER, BILLY N.; Jefferson. ELKINS, CHARLES B., JR.; Elberton. ENGLISH, HENRY CARLTON; Je - ferson. EPPS, WILLIAM DOUGLAS; Athens. ESKEW, WALTER REID; Fairburn. ESTROFF, PHYLLIS ELAINE; Augusta. EXNER, WILLIAM METZ; Hinadale, 111. FARRELL, PAT JEANNE: Jamaica. N. Y. FENDIG, HEIDT NEAL: St. Simons Island. FERGUSON, WILLIAM PAUL; Athens. FINLEY, CORINNA WORTH; Wilke-- boro, N. C. FITCH, DALBERT GEORGE: AnnaDolis. Md. FLOW- ERS, GENEVA ADDIE; Jesup. FOUCHE, KITTY ROSS: Birmina- ham, Ala. FOWLER, MARIAN YVONNE; Marietta. FOX, SCHU- BERT DAVIS, JR.; Centralia, 111. THIRD ROW: FRANKLIN, ANN; Watkinsville. FRANKLIN, JAMES ALBERT- Plainville. FRENCH, EDWARD ROGERS; Atlanta. FRITH, MARY ANN; Decatur. FULFORD, ESCHOL HUBERT; Glenwood. FULLER, MARY ANN; Atlanta. FUSSELL, BARBARA JEAN; Columbus. FUSSELL, THOMAS H.; Milledgeville. FUTRAL, WINFJELD SCOTT, JR.; Griffin. GAIRNS, ROBERT ANDREW; Atlanta. FOURTH ROW: GAIRNS, WILLIAM O.; Atlanta. GARDNER, JOHN G. ; Locust Grove. GARRISON, KARL CLAUDIUS, JR.; Athens. GATES, ABSOLUTELY YOUR LAST CHANCE!! KATHERINE MacINTYRE; Detroit, Mich. GENTRY, IRIS F.; Spartanburg, S. C. GEORGE, M. ANITA; Morrow. GIBSON, GEORGE MILTON; Athens. GIBSON, RUNIE ANN; Brunswick. GILES, BILLY TATE; Trion. GLADIN, COLLIER BRANAN; East Point. FIFTH ROW: GOBER, GENE T.; Commerce. GODOWNS, WILLIS ARTHUR; Augusta. GOLDBERG, E. JACQUELINE; Birmingham, Ala. GRA- HAM, JOSEPH LEON; Broxton. GRAVES, BETTY JO; Rome. GREEN, RONALD H.; Atlanta. GREENWAY, AL D.; Riddleville. GRIFFIN, HURLEY JAMES; Norman Park. GRIGGERS, ELARAY PAM; Atlanta. GUTIERREZ, JOSE M.; Havana, Cuba. SIXTH ROW: GUYER, CHARLES LATHROP; Savannah Beach. HADDON, BILLIF T.; Sumter, S. C. HAGINS, SARA GRACE; Albany. HARLEY, CHARLOTTE KAY; Hartwell. HAILEY, JO B.; Athens. HALL. JO ANN; Blue Ridge. HAMILTON, NEWELL McAFEE; West minister, S. C. HAMET, JOHN OTIS; Atlanta. HAMMOND, CHARLES HAISON, JR.; Elberton. HAMMOND, CLARICE; Bogart. SEVENTH ROW: HARDEN, WYNTON HESTER; Griffin. HARDIN, ROBERT TOOMBS; Culloden. HARDY, WILLIAM CECIL; Atlanta. HARGROVE, RICHARD SCOTT; Augusta. HAROLD, JEANNE M. ; Atlanta. HARRIS, JAMES BARRON; Atlanta. HARRISON, HOWARD TAFT; Athens. HART, BEVERLY HALL; Gray. HARVEY, LAWRENCE H.; Screven. HARWELL, JUNE; Covington. EIGHTH ROW: HEDDEN, ROBERT EUGENE; Batesville, Ark. HEFFERNAN, JOSEPH ANTONY; Savannah. HENDERSON, ROBERT TILLMAN; Way- cross. HENDRIX, JOHN WILLIAM; Milledgeville. HENLEY, SAMUEL KENNETH; Blackshear. HENRY, ANNIE LOU; Decatur. HERNDON, PHILLIP HUGH; Perry. HESTER, LILLIAN JEAN; Savannah. HICKEY, JAMES EDWIN, JR.; Atlanta. HILL, JACK WALKER, Culverton. Franklin, A. Gairns, W. O. Gober Guyer Harden Hedden ► r Dickerson Farrell • Dollar Fendig u Dooley Ferguson nine ie en t Doyle Finley Dren Fitch Dunlap Flowers Dupree Fouche Durban Fowler hundred and fift y Early Fox Franklin, J. A. Gardner Godowns Haddon Hardin Heiiernan French Garrison Goldberg Hagins Hardy Henderson Frith Gates Graham Harley Hargrove Hendrix Fuliord Gentry Graves Hailey Harold Henley Fuller George Green Hall Harris Henry Fussell, B. J. Gibson, G. M. Greenway Hamilton Harrison Herndon Fussell, T. H. Gibson, R. A. Griifin Hamlet Hart Hester Futral Giles Griggers Hammond, C. H. Harvey Hicker Gairns, R. A. Gladin Gutierrez Hammond Cla Harwell HU1 » fr ©? ■ ' •£ JJZtl V Hill, R. P. Hill. W. b. Hodges Hogan, B. F. Hogan, D. E. Holmes Hopkins Houston Hudson, D. C Jackson, W. E. Jackson, W. I.. Jacobs James Jarrell Johnson, E. F. Johnson, J. P. Johnson, J. H. Johnson, M. ( SOPHOMORE CLASS FIRST HOW: HILL, ROBERT PRESTON; Ellijay. HILL, WILLIAM B.; St. Peters- burg, Fla. HODGES, WALTER LEON; Savannah. HOGAN, BARBARA FAY; Dudley. HOGAN, DONALD EVINS; Albany. HOLMES, ELIZABETH LOUISE; Augusta. HOPKINS, KATHRYN JOSEPHINE; Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. HOUSTON, RUTHIE; Augusta. HUDSON, DELMAR CLAYTON; Atlanta. HUDSON, GAENOR JEAN; Lookout Mountain, Tenn. HULL, ERNEST LEE; Manchester. HULME, MARY H.; Athens. HUNNICUIT, NANCY JOYCE; At- lanta. IRWIN, LUDIE ANN; Newton. IVEY, CATO RAY, JR.; Macon. JACKSON, ELIZABETH CECIL; Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. JACKSON, HERBERT NEIL; Lumber City. JACKSCN, MARY ELIZABETH; Hartwell. SECOND ROW: JACKSON, WILLIAM EDWARD; Atlanta. JACKSON, WILLIE LEWIS; Sparta. JACOBS, HARRIS; Atlanta. JAMES, SUE AN- THONY; Royston. JARRELL, JUAN1TA; Greenville. JOHNSON, EDWIN FREEMAN; Fort Valley. JOHNSON, JACK PRATHER; Alma. JOHNSON, JEAN HILL; College Park. JOHNSON, MARGIE C; Calhoun. JOHNSON, MAR ION PHILLIPS; Fort Valley. JOHN- SON, SHEDDY MULKEY; Millen. JOHNSON, WILLIAM FRANK; Rossville. JONES, ALFRED WILLIAM, JR.; Sea Island. JONES, BILLIE JEAN; Statesboro. JONES, NANCY FOSTER; Atlanta. JORDAN, DAVID BROWN; Wilmington, N. C. KEENE, KENNEIH RAY; Cedar Vale, Kansas. KELLEY, ANNE HOOD; Lawrence- ville. THIRD ROW: KELLEY, JOHN BERYL; Winterville. KILLINGWORTH, ALTON LEWIS, JR.; Dublin. KING, BARRINGTON; Spartanburg, S. C. KING, FRANCES JOAN; Atlanta. KNIGHT, JEAN DUVAL; Atlanta. KNISKERN, PETER MARSHALL; Albany. KNOX, HELEN LITTLE; Atlanta. LAMBE, ERNEST MARTIN, JR.; Chamblee. LANCASTER, WELCOME ANN; Shady Dale. LEE, DONALD EUGENE; Brooks. FOURTH ROW: LEE, HAROLD; Savannah. LEE, MARY LYNNE; Thomson. LE- VINE, IRWIN MORTON; Vidalia. LEVY, GERALD ESTROFF; CONCERT FOR CLEGG Augusta. LEWIS, PRESTON BROOKS, JR.; Waynesboro. LIN- COLN, RITA LEE; Atlanta. LINDSEY, Tom Walter; Wallacoochee. LIPSHUTZ, RICHARD A.; Atlanta. LIVINGSTON, WALTER BIXBY, JR.; Rome. LOVE, JOHN WILLIAM; Ringgold. FIFTH ROW: LOVINGOOD, ALTON JAMES; Kennesaw. LUBERMAN, AN- NETTE; Durham, N. C. LUNDY, DOROTHY IVA; Cairo. LYNCH, JAMES WALTER; Athens. McCALL, JAMES LAWRENCE; Vidalia. McCALLA, YANCEY; Montezuma. McCRARY, GEORGE DUANE; Macon. McCREERY, CATHERINE LUCILLE; Savannah. Mc- GLAMRY, EMORY DALTON, JR.; Atlanta. McGOWAN, TERRY ALLEN; Atlanta. SIXTH ROW: McLAURIN, FINLEY A.; Griiiin. McLEAN, THOMAS HUGH; Folks- ton. McNEEL, HARRY HODGSON; Whitlock. McNORRILL, PAUL LaFAYETTE; Waynesboro. McWHIRTER, GEORGE HAROLD, JR.; Atlanta. MARTIN, ROBERT JEROME; Grayson. MATHEWS, JAMES DOWNING; Savannah. MATTHEWS, JAMES D.; Gaines- ville. MAYES, ALVA LOUIE, JR.; Athens. MAXWELL, ALBERT JOSEPH, JR.; College Grove, Tenn. SEVENTH ROW: MEALOR, BETTY JEAN; Hull. MEYER, BERT; Savannah. MID- XEBROOKS, BURTON STONE; Sharon. MILES, FRANCES AMELIA; Decatur. MILLER, MARGARET LEE; Atlanta. MITCHELL, ANNIE LOUISE; Columbus. MOBLEY, JAMES WALLACE; Staham. MOCK, WILLIAM LINDSEY; Colquitt. MOLDER, M. ELOISE; Athens. MONROE, FLORENCE; Atlanta. EIGHTH ROW: MOORE, ALTON CALVIN; Griffin. MOORE, ANN R.; Atlanta. MOORE, DANIEL DEVORE; Rome. MOORE, WILLIAM WALTER; Atlanta. MORRIS, CLARA JEANNE; Atlanta. MOSELEY, ASA COLVIN; McDonough. MOTE, HENRY ALBA; Hapeville. MUR- DOCK, PAUL JACKSON; Rome. MYRICK, SARAH; Columbus. NASH, ROBERT NELSON; Athens. 111 Hudson, G. J. Hull Johnson, M. P. Johnson, S. M. oP nl Hulme Johnson, W. F. Hunnicutt Jones, A. W. Irwin Jones, B. J. Ivey Jones, N. F. Jackson, E. C. Jordan Jackson, H. N. Keene t neieen hundred and fift f Jackson, M. E Kelley, A. H. Killing worth King, B. King, F. J. Knight Kniskern Knox Lambe Lancaster Lee, D. E. Lee, M. L. Levine Levy Lewis Lincoln Lindsey Lipshutz Livingston Love Luberman Lundy Lynch McCall McCalla McCrary McCreery McGlamry McGowan McLean McNeel McNorrill McWhirter Martin Mathews Matthews Mayes Maxwell Meyer Middlebrooks Miles Miller Mitchell Mobley Mock Molder Monroe Moore, A. R. Moore, D. D. Moore, W. W. Morriss Mosely Mote Murdock Myrick Nash Nason Nelson Newbanks Nirenstein Norvell Nottage Oliver O ' Shields Osley Perry Peterson Pittard Pitts Player Porter Pratt Price, C. S. Price, E. S. SOPHOMORE CLASS FIRST ROW: NASON, JOANN MARIE; Augusta. NELSON, CARL K., JR.; Dublin. NEWBANKS, MERRILL WEBSTER, JR.; Atlanta. NIREN- STEIN, HENRY SAMUEL; Macon. NORVELL, RUSSELL SIMPSON; Tulsa, Okla. NOTTAGE, DAN A.; Atlanta. OLIVER, JIMMY H.; Waynesboro. O ' SHIELDS, SALENA CATHRINE; Duluth. OSLEY, GORDON C; Atlanta. PACHECO, RICHARD; Mani, Hawaii. PARADISE, REBECCA ANNE; Ben Bill. PARHAM, JACK DONALD; Fort Valley. PARIS, MIRIAM JOYCE; Winston Salem, N. C. PARKER, HARRIET; Savannah. PARKS, L. JOYCE; Reynolds. POTTS, MARY FRANCES; Columbus. PEARSON, VIRGINIA MAR- GARET; Atlanta. PEEBLES, JULIAN DENNIS, JR.; Alamo. SECOND ROW: PERRY, EDNA JULIA; Atlanta. PETERSON, DANIEL THOMAS; Douglas. PITTARD, Louise; Monticello. PITTS, S. OVEDIA; Moultrie. PLAYER, WILLIAM CARLTON; Irwinton. PORTER, WILLIAM READ; Lavonia. PRATT, MARTHA ANNE; Covington. PRICE, CAROLYN SHANK; Atlanta. PRICE, ELIZABETH SEGREST; LaGrange. PRICE, HOMER S.; Valdosta. PRICE, PATRICIA JANE; Knoxville, Tenn. PRIOR, DORIS ELIZABETH; Augusta. RANDALL, DUNCAN PETER; Kings Point, N. Y. RAWLS, THOMAS EVERETT; Athens. RAY, GLORIA JEANNE; Columbus. REDFERN, REID; Thomasville. REECE, JACK HILL; Summerville. REGISTER, RAY- MOND SHERROD; Moultrie. THIRD ROW: RICHARDS, WILLIAM G; Atlanta. RICHARDSON, ROSEMARY; Dalton. RITCHIE, WILLIAM BOOTH; Musella. RIVERS, MADGE; Miami, Fla. ROBERT, HENRY COOKE; Atlanta. ROBERTS, SUE; Lithonia. ROSENTHAL, JOAN LOUISE; Augusta. ROSSER, MAR- JORIE; Decatur. ROTHSTEIN, BEVERLY F.; Decatur. ROWE, JAMES RUSSELL; Nashville. FOURTH ROW: ROY, PATRICIA WALLACE; Orlando, Fla. RYNER, JAMES BU- FORD; Vienna. SATCHER, MILTON B.; Augusta. SAUNDERS, FLIP OVER PEGGY JO; Jacksonville, Fla. SCARBOROUGH, JOHN CLEMONS, JR.; Roberta. SCARBOROUGH, PEGGY; Blakely. SCHREIBER, NANCI ANN; Blackshear. SCROGG1NS, L. J.; Thomaston. SEA- MAN, EDWARD E.; Middleport, N. Y. SETZER, LILLIAN JEWEL; Atlanta. FIFTH ROW: SHACKELFORD, DOROTHY; Miami, Fla. SHARPE, WILLIAM HARRY; Savannah. SHAW, ANNE CHARLTON; Decatur. SHEP- PARD, JANET; Tennille. SHIMP, BETTY JEAN; Decatur. SHOE- MAKER, HILDA; Whlgham. SHOOK, JAMES PHILIP; East Point. SIEDELBERG, ELLEN MARIANNA; Atlanta. SIMMONS, WILLIAM SIDNEY; Macon. SIMPSON, MARTHA T. ; Athens. SIXTH ROW: SIMS, PATSY GAY; Rome. SIRMANS, CAROL; Nashville. SMALLEY, KATHRYN ANNE; Elberton. SMITH, JERILYN JOYCE; Atlanta. SMITH, ROY M.; Athens. SMITH, WAYNE R.; Atlanta. SMITH, WENDELL WELBORN; Swainsboro. SPILLANE, THOMAS MICHAEL; Savannah. SPIVEY, NOVICE CORNELIA; Ashburn. STAHL, HORACE AUGUSTUS; Moultrie. SEVENTH ROW: STELLJES, GEORGE JR.; Macon. STEPHENS, PAUL BROOKS, Savannah. STOCK, KITTY RAE; Rome. STONE, PRICILLA; Athens. SUNSHINE, PHILIP; Atlanta. SUTHERLAND, JEAN ELIZABETH; College Park. SUTTON, EARL PEEL; Fort Gaines. SUTTON, HARRY LOUIS; Ocilla. SYMAN, FAYE; Augusta. TANNER, ERNEST GRIER; Sylvania. EIGHTH ROW: TAYLOR, ALICE GWENDOLYN; Rochelle. TAYLOR, JAMES D., JR.; Sylvania. TEAL, EVELYN HIXON; Columbus. TEAT, GLAD- STONE IRA; Canon. TERRELL, BARBARA JACKSON; Colleke Park. TERRY, MYRA VIRGINIA; Chatsworth. THEVENIN, WIL- LIAM FRANCIS; Decatur. THOMAS, DORIS JEAN; Lexington. THOMAS, GLORIA ELIZABETH; Atlanta. THOMAS, JAMES ALLEN; Thomasville. Richards Roy Shackelford Sims Stelljes Taylor, A. G Pacheco Price, H. S. of Paradise Price, P. J. Parham Prior nineteen t Paris Randall Parker Rawls Parks Ray Potts Redfern Pearson Reece hundred and fift f Peebles Register Richardson Ryner Sharpe Sirmans Stephens Taylor, J. D. Ritchie Satcher Shaw Smalley Stock Teal, E. H. Rivers Saunders Sheppard Smith, J. J. Stone Teat Robert Scarborough, ]. Shimp Smith, R. M. Sunshine Terrell Roberts Scarborough, P. Shoemaker Smith, W. R. Sutherland Terry Rosenthal Schrieber Shook Smith, W. W. Sutton, E. P. Thevenin Rosser Scroggins Siedelberg Spillane Sutton, H. L. Thomas, D. J. Rothstein Seaman Simmons Spiveey Syman Thomas, G. E. Rowe Setzer Simpson Stahl Tanner Thomas, J. A. Thomas, M. V. Van Landingham Thomas, S. F. Veale Thompson, J. H. Veazey Thompson, M. S. Venable Thompson, W. N. Vickers, D. N. Thornton Vickeis, W. Thrash Virgin Thurmond Tilton Vogt Walker, D SOPHOMORE CLASS FIRST ROW: THOMAS, MARY VIRGINIA; Atlanta. THOMAS, SYDNEY FRANK- LIN, JR.; Athens. THOMPSON, MRS. JUANITA HARRIS; Dallas. THOMPSON, MARY SOUTH; Atlanta. THOMPSON, WILLIAM N.; Mt. Vernon. THORNTON, BILLY FRANK; Hartwell. THRASH, HELEN LOUISE; Atlanta. THURMOND, CAROLYN JUDITH; Athens. TILTON, EVA; Athens. TITSHAW, HARRY JEROME; Pitts. TOWNS, R. PARKS; White Hall. TRUE, CATHERINE; Davenport, Iowa. TUCKER, JAMES HENRY; Menlo. TURNER, CARL JOSEPH; Powder Springs. TURNER, ELIZABETH ANNE; Carlton. TUFT, CLARENCE BUNYAN; Columbus. TWIGGS, BARBARA H.; Blairs- ville. UTSEY, ASHLEY L.; Wando, S. C. GLENN GIPSON, JR.; Atlanta. WATSON, THOMAS EDWARD; Vicksburg, Miss. WEADON, JOAN; St. Simons Island. WEAVER, MARY AGNES; Atlanta. THIRD ROW: WEAVER, THOMAS CLARK; Hartwell. WELLMAN, RUTH NORTH- INGTON; Athens. WELLS, NORMA CATHERINE; Athens. WHEEL- ER, ROBERT VERNE; Rome. WHEELER, SYLVIA ANN; Ball Ground. WHETSTONE, EVA M.; Atlanta. WHITE, FRANCIS CORNELL; Stockbridge. WHITE, JANE E. ; Atlanta. WHITE- HEAD, CAROLYN; Athens. WHITEHEAD, CHARLIE LIVINGSTON; Gainesville. SECOND ROW: VAN LANDINGHAM, ELIZABETH; Cairo. VEALE, EMORY OSLYN, JR.; Arnoldsville. VEAZEY, CHARLTON J.; Greensboro. VENABLE, BARBARA JEAN; Jefferson. VICKERS, DOROTHY NADINE; Macon. VICKERS, WYNDOLYN; Gainesville. VIRGIN, LOUISE; Atlanta. VOGT, WANDA BRIGHAM; Lithonia. WALKER, DOLLY; Atlanta. WALKER, WILLIAM WAYNE, JR.; Cairo. WALLACE, HOWARD PELHAM; Griffin. WALTERS, FRANCES O ' VERA; East Point. WARRDLOW, MARY LANELLE; Arabi. WATKINS, RAH . GEORGIA FOURTH ROW: WHITFIELD, SAMUEL ROY; Jasper. WHOLEY, PAUL ROBERT; Lowell, Mass. WICKHAM, D. NEAL; Columbus. WILDER, WIL- LIAM FRANK; Fort Valley. WILLIAMS, GEORGE B.; Macon. WILLIAMS, JO ANNE; Douglas. WILLIAMS, JULIA DIANNE; Hapeville. WILLIAMS, SARAH FRANCES; Athens. WILLIS, JAMES ELLINGTON, JR.; Bainbridge. WILLIS, LEWIS WELDON; Tifton. Weaver, T. Whitfield Titshaw Walker. W. W. Towns Wallace True Walters Tucker Wardlow Turner, C. J. Watkins Watson Turner, E. A. Tuit Weadon Twiggs Weaver, M. A. Utsey - nineteen t hundred and fift y FIFTH ROW: WILSON, DAVID RICHARD; Toccoa. WILSON, DONALD RALPH; Birmingham, Mich. WINGFIELD, PATRICIA DeLETTE; Athens. WINN, MARIANNA; Manchester. WOLFF, SHELDON MALCOLM; Newark, N. J. WOOD, T. JOYCE; Avondale Estates. WOODARD, DONALD BRYANT; Athens. WOODARD, PHYLLIS; Decatur. WOOLARD, WILLIAM H.; Sylvester. WOOTEN, ROY F.; Homer- ville. SIXTH ROW: WORRALL, JAMES E.; Atlanta. WYNNE, ROBERT W., JR.; Atlanta. YARBROUGH, ELEANOR P.; Rome. YATES, JAMES EDWARD; Savannah. YATES, NANCY CAROLYN; Rome. YEL- TON, ROY JAMES; Appling. YOUMANS, HENRY BRANTLEY; Metter. YOUNG, JIMMY CURTIS; Atlanta. YOUNG, MARY HOPKINS; Charleston, S. C. ZITTROUER, HENRY LOVICK, JR.; Savannah. Wellman Wells Wheeler, R. V. Wheeler, S. A. Whetstone White, F. C. White, I. E. Whitehead. C. Whitehead, C. L. Wholey Wickham Wilder Williams, G. Williams, J. Williams, D. Williams, S. F. Willis, J. E. Willis, L. W. Wilson Don Wingfield Winn Wolff Wood Woodard, D. B. Woodard, P. Woolard Wooten Waynne Yarborough Yates, I. E. Yates, N. C. Yelton Youmans Young, J. C. Young, M. H. Zittrouer POLITICSI POLITICS! POLITICSl FRESHMAN J c CIU65 At the time the 1950 PANDORA was going to press, the Freshman Class officers were still unelected . . . but campaigns were well underway a preview to spring politics. FRESHMAN CLASS FRESHMAN CLASS FIRST HOW: ADAMS, CHARLES ROY; Fitzgerald. ADAMS, F. LEON; Elberton. ADAMS, JUDITH IVEY; Athens. ADAMS, ROBERT EDWARD; Stapleton. ADAMSON, SUE; Atlanta. ADKINS, JOYCE THORN- TON; Atlanta. AKIN, REUBEN CLAUDE, JR.; Vienna. AKINS, VIRGINIA MAE; Chula. ALDERMAN, JACQUELINE FRANCES; Hilliard, Fla. FOURTH ROW: BENN, JACKIE MESSENGER; Atlanta. BERKMAN, SARA LEE; Charleston, S. C. BIRD, RAYMOND EUGENE; Jesup. BLUMEN- THAL, JOYCE; Royston. BODDIE, FRANCES RICKS; Hapeville. BOETEL, RAYMOND; Fair Haven, N. J. BOLTON, JOHNNY DIXON, JR.; Athens. BOND, JANET IRENE; Greensboro. BONNELL, PEGGY ANN; Sandersville. SECOND ROW: ALEXANDER, HUGH EUGENE; Cornelia. ALEXANDER, JAMES HICKS; Dublin. ALEXANDER, JESSE EUGENE; Trion. ARNOLD, MERRILL KNIGHTON; Benevolence. AUSTIN, DIXIE MILLER; Decherd, Tenn. AYRES, WILLIAM BRYAN; Columbus. BAG- WELL, AMOS ROGER; Alpharetta. BAIRD, CHARLES HENRY; Hoschton. BAIRD, EDNA MAE; Danielsville. FIFTH ROW: BOSS, LUTHER DONALD; Loganville. BOSWELL, FRANCES LEE; Atlanta. BOTTERS, BARBARA ANNE; Atlanta. BOWEN, NOR- MAN ELWOOD; Albany. BRADBERRY, MILDRED PEGGY; Athens. BRADLEY, LYMAN LAMAR; Auburn. BRANCH, RUBY GREET; Warrenville, S.C. BRANDENBURG, ROBERT EDWIN; Miami, Fla. BRANDT, BARBARA ALLEN; Macon. THIRD ROW: BAKER, ALICE TAFT; Chevy Chase, Md. BANNISTER, DOROTHY LEE; Hapeville. BARNETT, BETTIE; Atlanta. BARRETT, ROBERT E.; Winterville. BAZEMORE, JEAN NEWELL; Atlanta. BEACHAM, WALDER B.; Athens. BECK, KITTY; Atlanta. BEDFORD, JOHN HELPENSTEN; Macon. BELL, MARIAN; Atlanta. SIXTH ROW: BREWER, WILLIAM HAROLD; Hapeville. BROWN, ALICIA LYNNE; Ocilla. BROWN, ANN; Macon. BROWN, DOROTHY; Rockingham, N. C. BROWN, FRED WILLIAM; Hull. BROWN, MARGARET LYDIA; Conley. BROWN, MURIEL MANGHON; Covington. BROWN, TOM CLYDE, JR.; Elberton. BUCHLER, CAROL MARIE; New York, N. Y. Adams, C. R. Adams, F. L. Adams, J. I. Adams, R. E. Adamson Adkins Akin Akins Alderman Alexander, H. E. Alexander, J. H. Alexander, J. E. Arnold Austin Ayres Bagwell Baird, C. H. Baird, E. M, Baker Bannister Barnnett Barrett Bazemore Beacham Beck Bedford Bell Benn Berkman Bird Blumenthal Boddie Boetel Bolton Bond Bonnell Boss Boswell Botters Bowen Bradberry Bradley Branch Brandenberg Brandt Brewer Brown, A. L. Brown, A. Brown, D. Brown, F. Brown, M. L. Brown, M. M. Brown, T. C. Buchler Bullard Carey Chappell Colbert Cottongim Dawson Burleyson Carpenter Chestney Cole Couch, R. I. Day Busha Carter Childs Collat Couch, G. K. Deatin Butts Cartey Clemence Collet! Crumbley Dell Cabin Cauble Clove Combs Cowart Delillo Bain Causey Cobb Compton Cullens Deloach Callaway Chadwick Cofer Cook Curran Dillard Calhoun Chance Cohen Cordell Daley Dillender Campbell Chandler Coi ' e Cote Davis Douglas FIRST ROW: BULLARD, NATHANIEL GRAYHAM; Winston-Salem, North Caro- lina. BURLEYSON, JANET COLLEEN; Dalton. BUSHA, STEVE TRUETT; Carnesville. BUTTS, MARY JEAN; Arnoldsville. CABIN, WILLIAM J.; Youngstown, Ohio. CAIN, CYRIL BRUCE; Auburn. CALLAWAY, HOWARD; Harlem. CALHOUN, ULEY THOMAS, JR.; Waycross. CAMPBELL, SARA KATE; Atlanta. SECOND ROW: CAREY, BENJAMIN T.; Bogart. CARPENTER, AGNES LOUISE; Mountain City. CARTER, DAVID LEE; Loganville. CARTEY, ANNETTE; Athens. CAUBLE, WILLIAM E.; Salisbury, North Carolina. CAUSEY, NANCY JOAN; Athens. CHADWICK, BAR- BARA JEAN; Atlanta. CHANCE, MARY OLIVIA; Athens. CHAND- LER, D. D.; Athens. THIRD ROW: CHAPPELL, DANNA JEAN; Miami, Florida. CHESTNEY, JACK CHARLES; New York City, New York. CHILDS, JEWELDINE; Middleton. CLEMENCE, WILLIAM JAMES, JR.; Atlanta. CLEVE, NANCY SUE; Vanceboro, North Carolina. COBB, BILLY C; Decatur. COFER, EDYTH AMELIA; St. Simon ' s Island. COHEN, PHYLLIS CELIA; Charleston, South Carolina. COILE, WALTER JAMES; Winterville. • nineteen t FOURTH ROW: COLBERT, WILMA JANE; Atlanta. COLE, ALICE; Atlanta. COL- LAT, CHARLES ADLER; Savannah. COLLETT, THOMAS WIL- LIAM; Trion. COMBS, WILLIAM JOHNSTON; Ringgold. COMP- TON, SYBIL CORNELIA; Kennesaw. COOK, DAViD B.; Atlanta. CORDELL, BANNEY COLVARD; Elberton. COTE, ARMAND JOSEPH; Decatur. FIFTH ROW: COTTONGIM, LEONARD; Atlanta. COUCH, BARBARA JAC- QUELYN; Newman. COUCH, GERNERAL HORACE; Athens. CRUMBLEY, LUCY JEAN; Atlanta. COV ART, GEORGIA BELLE; Union City. CULLENS, J. R.; Vidalia. CURRAN, BETTY RE; Atlanta. DALEY, JAMES PETER; Woonsocket, Rhode Island. DAVIS, THOMAS EUGENE; Sylacahga, Alabama. SIXTH ROW: DAWSON, BILLY JONES; Watkinsville. DAY, BEN HILL; Douglas. DEATIN, SARAH HAZLETTE; Jefferson. DELL, JAMES GLENN; Macon. DELILLO, ALBERT P.; New York City, New York. DE- LOACH, EDGAR HAROLD; Statesboro. DILLARD, Clara LEE; Colbert. DILLENDER; SAMUEL CALDWELL; Augusta. DOUGLAS, JANICE CORRINE; McRae. hundred and fift y FRESHMAN CLASS FIRST ROW: DOUGLAS, SHIRLEY MONTGOMERY; Coral Gables, Fla. DREWRY, MILTON LEE; Athens. DRISKELL, LEON VINSON; Athens. DROWDY, LOIS PAULINE; Kissimmee, Fla. DRYSDALE, MARTHA LOUISE; Fairfield, Ala. DUKES, JACQUELYN WILDA; Surrency. DULL, MARTHA {CATHERINE; Atlanta. DUNAGAN, CA.LLIER DANIEL; Gainesville. EASON, ROBERT G.; Brevard, N. C. FOURTH ROW: FORTUNE, EDDIE WARTHEN; LaFayette. FOWLER, CURTIS WAYNE; Macon. FRANZBLAU, ESTHER EVE; Aiken, S. C. FRENCH, JEANNE; Columbus. FUTCH, GEORGIA WINNETTE; Fitzgerald. GAINES, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN; Anderson, S. C. GARDNER, SUZANNA; Covington. GARLAND, REUBEN AUGUS- TUS; Atlanta. GARRISON, MARY JOAN; East Point. SECOND ROW: ECHOLS, H. GRADY; Danielsville. ECHOLS, JOHN TRAWICK; Thomaston. EDGE, EVELYN ESTELLE; Decatur. EHRLICH, GERALD EUGENE; Augusta. EISENBERG, FRANCES ANN; Burlington, N. C. ELDER, ELLEN HARDY; Jefferson. ELEY, JACK A.; Winder. ELLIS, DORRITT SUE; Rome. ELLIS, VAN B., JR.; Yatesville. FIFTH ROW: GARVIN, JULIA ANN; Menlo. GEIGER, JAMES F., JR.; Alamo. GILBERT, HERBERT E.; Pittsburgh, Penn. GILLESPIE, CARL WEBB, JR.; Abbeville. GILMORE, FLORENCE ZIPORAH; Black- shear. GOBLE, JOE HOMER; Talona. GOLDSMITH, ARTHUR LEE; Newark, N. J. GOODMAN, HENRY ELLIOTT; Brooklyn, N. Y. GRADEN, JOHNNIE STALLINGS; Atlanta. THIRD ROW: ELROD, JEFFERSON McREE; Athens. ESTEY, ANN JOY; Atlanta. EWALT, JANICE ELLA; Atlanta. FARNSWORTH, CHARLES REDDEN; Atlanta. FENDIG, ALBERT, JR.; St. Simons Island.. FISCHLER, ANDREW HOWARD; New York, N. Y. FLORENCE, GEORGE ESLIE; Athens. FORD, JAMES KENNETH, JR.; Atlanta. FORSYTH, CHARLENE COLE; Rome. SIXTH ROW: GRAY, A. WARREN; Arlington, N. J. GREENE, GRACE ELIZA- BETH; Crawfordville. GREEN, MITZI MARLENE; Atlanta. GREER, ANNA GLADELLE; Dalton. GRIFFIN, SARAH ALICE; Atlanta. GRIFFITH, VERNON L.; Eatonton. GUNTER, CLIFFORD ELLIS; McDonough. HAGOOD, DOROTHY PAULA; Atlanta. HAILE, JAMES CHESNUT; Savannah. Douglas Echols, H. G. Elrod Fortune Garvin Gray Drowry Echols, J. T. Estey Fowler Geiger Greene Driskell Edge Ewalt Franzblau Gilbert Green Drowdy Ehrlich Farnsworth French Gillespie Greer Drysdale Eisenberg Fendig Futch Gilmore Griffin Dukes Elder Fischler Gaines Goble Griffith Dull Eley Florence Gardner Goldsmith Gunter Dunagan Ellis, D. S. Ford Garland Goodman Hagood Eason Ellis, V. B. Forsyth Garrison Garden Haile !P€ ® Hale Harrison, H. Henderson Hodges, M. A. Jackson. J. W. Jones, J. L. Haley Harrison, M. Hendricks Hodges, T. H. Jackson, J. O. Jorgensen Hampton Harvey Henley Holladay Jackson, J. A. Kahn Harben Hastings HiU, E. Hoyt Jay Karavangelia FIRST ROW: HALE, JUNIA VIRGINIA; Athens. HALEY, JOAN; Atlanta. HAMP- TON, WILLIAM JERRY; Blue Ridge. HARBEN, Glenn; Athens. HARDIGREE, ELSIE JEAN; Farmington. HARDIGREE, SARAH ELIZABETH; Watkinsville. HARDMAN, MILDRED R.; Athens. HARMAN, MARY ELIZABETH; Columbus. HARRISON, BRENDA MARGARET; Decatur. SECOND ROW: HARRISON, HOWARD FRANKLIN; Crawfordville. HARRISON, MYRON LOUIS; Athens. HARVEY, JOHN WILLIAM; Jakin. HASTINGS, JULIANNE; Newnan. HATCHELL, NORMAN STEW- ART; Columbia, S. C. HATFIELD, CHARLES AUGUSTUS; Balti- more. Md. HAWKINS, ELEANOR HELEN; Gainesville. HAZEN, FRANCES MARIAN; Center Hill, Ha. HEATH, PEGGY JEAN; Atlanta. THIRD ROW: HENDERSON, JOHN HORACE; Marietta. HENDRICKS, WILLIAM EDWARD; Savannah. HENLEY, BYRON EDWIN; Columbus. HILL, ERNEST NOLAN; Bainbridge. HILL, MARTHA CAROLINE; Ft. McPherson. HILL. THOMAS MILTON; Commerce. HIPPS, FRANCIS SIDNEY; Waycross. HIRSCH, SHIRLEY ELISE; Atlanta. HITCHCOCK, LLOYD; Athens. Hardigree, E. Hatchell Hill, M. Hughes Jenson Kelly, G. L. FOURTH ROW: Hardigree, S. Hatfield Hill. T. Hulsey Jeter Kelly, M. J. Hardman Hawkins Hipps, F. Hunt Johnson Kemp Harman Hazen Hirsch Hunter Jones, H. J. Kenimer Harrison, B. Heath Hitchcock Ingram Jones, J. Kennedy HODGES, MARY ANN; Jesup. HODGES, THOMAS HARLEY; Savannah. HOLLADAY, ANABEL LEE; Decatur. HOYT, MAR- JORIE; Atlanta. HUGHES, JIMMY FRANKLIN, Acworth. HULSEY, JACK R.; Metter. HUNT, OPAL GENEVA; LaFayette. HUNTER, PATRICIA; Colquitt. INGRAM, ROYSTON ALBERT; Cumming. FIFTH ROW: JACKSON, JOHN WILLIAM; Braselton. JACKSON, JAMES ODELL; Macon. JACKSON, JUDITH ANN; Atlanta. JAY, JANE; Thomas- ville. JENSON, RAY SPALDING; Salt Lake City, Utah. JETER, PEGGY STEPHENS; Atlanta. JOHNSON, MARY FRANCES; Gainesville. JONES, HELEN JOYCE; Lawrenceville. JONES, JOANNE; Metter. SIXTH ROW: JONES, JOHN LEE; Blakely. JORGENSEN, SONJA SIGRID; Au- gusta. KAHN, JEROME BERNARD; Pelham. KARAVANGELI, VIVIAN; Pyrogos, Greece. KELLY, GEORGE LOCKWOOD; Au- gusta. KELLY, MARGARET JANE; Shannon. KEMP, JOANN; Savannah. KENIMER, CAROL FRANCES; Rising Fawn. KEN- NEDY, ELIZABETH ANN; Cairo. of nineteen t hundred and fift y FRESHMAN CLASS FIRST ROW: KENNEDY, MARTHA SYBIL; Jacksonville, Fla. KENNEDY, UB1E BLACKSHEAR; Baxley. KENNON, OLIVER LEN; Watkinsville. KETTERSON, LYN MARIANA; Smyrna. KIKER, DUGGER PAUL; Blue Ridge. KIMSEY, MELBOURNE; Colbert. KING, CHARLES W.; Atlanta. KIi CHENS, MELViN EVERETT; Macon. KOHLMAN, LAURA CARTER; Atlanta. FOURTH ROW: LUCAS, MARIAN JOYCE; Asheboro, N. C. LYNK, ZELDA MAY; Livingston, N. Y. McCABE, PATRICIA LEE; Decatur. McCOM- MONS, SARAH VIRGINIA; Thomson. McDANIEL, FRANCIS CECIL; Waycross. McDONALD, ARTHUR WARREN; Athen s. McDONOUGH, WM. FREEMAN; Marietia. McELWAIN, V.NCENT WILLIAM; Union City, N. J. McGINIY, JOSEPH B.; Elberton. SECOND ROW: KOWSKI, MARGIE ANN; Atlanta. KRAWCHECK, SHERELYN JEAN; Charleston, S. C. LAMAR, LEE; Dawson. LANCASTER, JEAN ELIZABETH; Greenville, S. C. LANGSTON, FLOYD LEROY; Greenville, S. C. LANKFORD, JESSE AUSTIN; Waresboro. LAW, AMY CHAFEE; Augusta. LEE, EUGENE HAROLD; Atlanta. LEHNING, NANCY CAROL; Rome. FIFTH ROW: MacMILLAN, ALLAN ROBERT; Caldwell, N. J. McPHERSON, FRED WISTER; Asheboro, N. C. MACHMER, ROBERT THOMAS; Athens. MacMULLIN, PHYLLIS ANNE; Hinesville. MADDOX, ARTHUR KENNEY; Griffin. MAHONE, NORA JOAN; Columbus. MALCOLM, HAZEL VIRGINIA; Good Hope. MARK, DOROTHY H.; Williamston, S. C. MARLOW, FLORENCE EDNA; Athens. THIRD ROW: LEIVE, DUANE HENRY; Tescott, Kansas. LEMASTER, ROBERT LEO; Apalachee. LEONARD, GERALD H.; Chatsworth. LEWIS, EDWARD LAMOINE; Decatur. LITTLE, Robert Duwayne; West Helena, Ark. LONG, GRETCHEN GRAY; Asheville, N. C. LOVERN, THOMAS GRADY; Athens. LOVINS, JAMES RUSSELL; Macon. LOWERY, RUTH ROWE; Dublin. SIXTH ROW: MARTIN, JAN DALLAS; Tifton. MASSA, RAYMOND E.; Cran- ford, N. J. MATHEWS, MARJORIE ANNE; Atlanta. MATTHEWS JOHN C; Tucker. MAURICE, CHARLES; Kittanning, Penn MAYES, GLADYS LOUISE; Athens. MAYTAG, JOHN ROBERT; Colorado Springs, Colorado. MEINHOLD, FRANCIS WILLIAM- Atlanta. MEW, MARGARET; Atlanta. annedy, M. Kennedy, U. Kennon Ketterson Kiker Kimsey King Kitchens Kohlman Kowski Krawcheck Lamar Lancaster Langston Kankford Law Lee Lehning Leive Lemaster Leonard Lewis Little Long Lovern Lovins Lowery Lucas Lynk McCabe McCommons McDaniel McDonald McDonough McElwain McGinty MacMillan McPherson Machmer MacMullin Maddox Mahone Malcom Mark Marlow Martin Massa Mathews, M. Matthews, J. Maurice Mayes Maytag Meinhold Mew Mewha Mi ddlebrooks, A. Middlebrooks, R. Miller. E. Miller, G. Mills Minish Mobley, E. D. Mobley, E. Mock Montgomery Moon Moore Moran Morris, C. Morris, S. Morrison Nash Newton Nichols Nixon Noland Norwood Oglesby O ' Kelley Osborne Owen Padgett Parker, A. Parker, E. Parker, H. Parrish Patterson Payne, C. Payne, H. Payne, N. Pearce Pearson Pender Perry Peskin Petteway Phillips Piassick Pierce Poole Portwood Pross Pulley Puryear Quinn Rackley Rankin Reisch FIRST ROW: FOURTH ROW: MEWHA, MARGARET EDITH; Atlanta. MIDDLEBROOKS, ANN; Farraington. MIDDLEBROOKS, ROLLIN PERSONS; Macon. MIL- LER, ERNEST HAROLD; Winder. MILLER, GRACE LOUISE; Charleston, S. C. MILLS, M ARTIN GEORGE; Forest Park. MINISH, RICHARD B.; Commerce. MOBLEY, EDWARD DAVID; Rome. MOBLEY, ERNESTINE PARK; Brawley, Calif. SECOND ROW: MOCK, FRANCES RHEA; Atlanta. MONTGOMERY, CHERRYE LOUIS; Rome. MOON, JACK MARION; Drayton, S. C. MOORE, JEAN; Covington. MORAN, CHARLOTTE; Atlanta. MORRIS, CHARLES CLIFTON; Surrency. MORRIS, SARAH ANN; Chat- tanooga, Tenn. MORRISON, JACQUELIN ERNEST; Avondale Estates. NASH, HULSEY CLARENCE; Marietta. THIRD ROW: NEWTON, LINTON STEVENS; Augusta. NICHOLS, HIRAM TAYLOR; Atlanta. NIXON, JUNE ELLEN; Atlanta. NOLAND, KATHRYN PATRICIA; Atlanta. NORWOOD, ELIZABETH DUR- HAM; Atlanta. CGLESBY, THEODORE NATHANIIL; Lumber City. O ' KELLEY, RALPH THOMAS; Danielsville. OSBORNE, RUTH GLAZNER; Atlanta. OWEN, DAVID HERNDON; Ander- son, S. C. PADGETT, YVONNE PATRICIA; Coral Gables, Fla. PARKER, ANTHONY WAYNE; Sylvania. PARKER, EUGENIA; Abbeville. PARKER, HASSEL L.; Ellijay. PARRISH, JANE CHARLOTTE; Atlanta. PATTERSON, ELIZABETH ANN; McRae. PAYNE, CHARLES RONNIE; Athens. PAYNE, HALSTED ELMER; Rome. PAYNE, NOEL JOHN; Hartwell. FIFTH ROW: PEARCE, DONNA MARILYN; Moultrie. PEARSON, THEO PA- TRICIA; Jacksonville, Fla. PENDER, HARRIETT SHEPPERD; At- lanta. PERRY, RICHARD WALTER; Atlanta. PESKIN, PHILLIP BENJAMEN; Winder. PETTEWAY, CHARLES N.; Lakeland, Fla. PHILLIPS, ASA R.; Atlanta. PIASSICK, DIANE; Atlanta. PIERCE, HARRY SANFORD; High Shoals. SIXTH ROW: POOLE, BEVERLY ELIZABETH; Cumming. PORTWOOD, BOYCE HILL; Summit. PROSS, GERALD; River Edge, N. J. PULLEY, JACK HOBSON; Atlanta. PURYEAR, HELEN JEAN; Nashville, Tenn. QUINN, RICHARD HARRIS; Greenville, S. C. RACKLEY, JAMES MURROW; Thomasville. RANKIN, MARSHALENE M.; Atlanta. REISCH, KENNETH; Cedarhurst, N. Y. of nineteen t hundred and rift y FRESHMAN CLASS FIRST ROW: RHODES, WILLIAM H.; Union Point. ROBERTS, THEODORE DENNIS; Atlanta. RUBINSON, HARRIETTE; Atlanta. RUSSELL, JANE M.; Pittsburgh, Pa. RUSSELL, WILLIAM A.; Rossville. SCHOFIELD, CLAIRE ELAINE; Kane, Pa. SEIGAL, MARION FRANCES; Chattanooga, Tenn. SETSER, MARGARET NANCY; Franklin, N. C. SEYMOUR, MARTHA SIBYL, Monroe. FOURTH ROW: SMITH, SUZANNE ROCKWELL; Atlanta. SNELLGROVE, TINA ANN; Atlanta. SNOW, JAMES ALBERT; Trion. SOSEBEE, DE- WITT EARNSHAW; Cumming. SPAUGH, WILLIAM LEE; Atlan.a SPEARS, JULE COLLINS; Athens. SPEER, JOAN MILDRED; An- derson, S. C. SPIELBERGER, ROBERT DAVID; Columbus. STAN- FORD, GEORGE RICHARD; Rossville. SECOND ROW: SHACKLEFORD, CHARLIE DAVID; Atlanta. SHAIN, WILLIAM A.; Louisville, Ky. SHARPE, EDITH PATRICIA; Greensboro, N. C. SHATTLES, JACKIE DONNELL; -Macon. SH1NAS, BARBARA ELLEN; Atlanta. SHOLK, BETTY AMELIA; Charleston, S. C. SIMMONS, DOROTHY ROSE; Macon. SIMS, HARRY EDWARD; LaGrange. SIRMANS, WILLIS HAMPTON; Waycross. FIFTH ROW: STARLING, HUBERT CARLTON; Ray City. STEPHENS, HENRY CURTIS; Athens. STEPHENS, RALPH WALSTEIN; Crawfordville. STETSON, ROBERT RAIDY; Athens. STEVENS, ANNE CHAR- LOTTE; Columbus. STIEGLITZ, LOUISE MARY; Atlanta. STOKES, MARY MONA; Avondale Estates. STREETMAN, ALCYE LOIS; Columbus. STROZIER, NELLE; Oxford. THIRD ROW: SLAGLE, HALBERT JENNINGS; Los Angeles, Calif. SMITH, BETTY JUNE; Atlanta. SMITH, CLYD E OREGON; Jacksonville, Fla. SMITH, EARL C; Commerce. SMITH, EUGENE MELVIN; Atlanta. SMITH, JOAN ELIZABETH; Hawkinsville. SMITH, LORA WILSON; Atlanta. SMITH; ROBERT SAMUEL; Washington, D. C. SMITH, ROBERT WESLEY; Atlanta. SIXTH ROW: SURRY, VIRGINIA LEE; Atlanta. SUSTARE, GEORGE ALLAN; Newport News, Va. TANNER, JACK BREWTON; Moultire. TATUM, EDGAR F.; Parrott. TAYLOR, JOSEPHINE BARCROFT; Atlanta. TAYLOR, JAMES RICHARD; Atlanta. TEAT, BEVERLY ANN; Athens. TEEPLE, JoANN; Atlanta. TERRELL, MARY FRANCES; Atlanta. Rhodes Roberts Rubinson Russell, J. M. Russell, W. A. Schoiield Seigal Setser Seymour Shacklelord Shain Sharpe Shattles Shinas Sholk Simmons Simms Sirmans Slagle Smith, B. Smith, C. Smith, E. Smith, E. M. Smith, J. Smith, L. Smith, R. Smith, R. W, Smith, S. Snellgrove Snow Sosebee Spaugh Spears Speer Spielberger Stanford Starling Stephens, H. Stephens, R. Stetson, R. Stevens Stieglitz Stokes Streetman Strozier Surry- Sustare Tanner Tatum Taylor, J. Taylor, J. R. Teat Teeple Terrell 1. jjSJte-- . fl tffek tttk. Terry Tarpe Thomas, B. Thomas, C. Thomas, L. Thomas, K. Thomas, M. Thomas, S. Thompson Tinius Titshaw Triest Troup Tumlin Turner Tyndall Veale Vickery Vrono Wages Waggoner Wainright Walker Wallace, B. Wallace, G. Walters Warren, C. Warren. H. Warren. W. Waters, C. H. Waters, R. A. Watkins Weeks Weems Weiner Wells Wesley Westbrook. E. Westbrook. S. Westbrook. T. Wheeler White Whitworth Wieder Wilkes. I. Wilkes, M. Williamson, M. Williamson, N. Wilson. S. Womack Wood Woodward Yancey, M. Yancey, W. Yarborough Youngblood Yow Zegel Zellner Zeigler FIRST ROW: FOURTH ROW: TERRY, EDITH SUE; Athens. THRAPE, ANNALEE; Austell. THOMAS, BOBBY HAMILTON; Danielsville. THOMAS, CHARLES EDWARD; Columbus. THOMAS, LAURIE D.; Georgetown, S. C. THOMAS. KERMET; Commerce. THOMAS, MARY JANE; Athens. THOMAS, SIDNEY BUDD; Georgetown, S. C. THOMPSON. GROVER MARVIN; Stone ML SECOND ROW: TINIUS, SARA MINKA; Nacoochee. TITSHAW. WILLIAM GEORGE; Pitts. TRIEST. MAXINE ANNE; Charleston. S. C. TROUP, ROBERT ALLEN; Toccoa. TUMLIN, GEORGE EDWARD; Acworth. TURNER, MARCELINE LORENZ; Atlanta. TYNDALL, EUGENE FRED; Mos- cow, Penn. VEALE. THOMAS ZUBER; Watkinsville. VICKERY, JANE; Decatur. THIRD ROW: VRONO, IRENE GLORIA; Atlanta. WAGES, ALICE MARIAN; Brunswick. WAGGONER. MAURICE EDWARD; Olenwood. WAINWRIGHT, ROBERT ELLIOTT; Brunswick. WALKER, WIL- LIAM ROBERT; Fort Mill, S. C. WALLACE. BILL; Decatur. WAL- LACE, GLORIA JEAN; Metter. WALTERS, SHIRLEY ANNE; Macon. WARREN. CLAUDE F.; Uncolnton, N. C. WARREN, HENRY RAY; Abbeville. WARREN, WILLENE; Ross- ville. WATERS. CHARLES HOWLE; Florence. S. C. WATERS, RUTH ANN; Statesboro. WATKINS, JAMES H.; Atlanta. WEEKS, MARY ANN; Ringgold. WEEMS, ANN JETER; Atlanta. WEINER, BERYL HAROLD; Atlanta. WELLS, B. FRANK; Albany. FriTH ROW: WESLEY. DOROTHY ANNE; Atlanta. WESTBROOK, ELSIE MARIE; Canton. WESTBROOK. SALLIE CRAWFORD; Ath3ns. WESTBROOK, THOMAS JACOB; Mansfield. WHEELER. MAYREE POPE; LaFayette. WHITE, THOMAS HULET; Carnesville. WHIT- WORTH, NANCY CLAIRE; Athens. WIEDER, IDA DALE; Atlanta. WILKES, JOY QUILLIAN; Atlanta. SIXTH ROW: WILKES. MARY M.; Atlanta. WILLIAMSON, MARGARET; Hull. WILLIAMSON, NANCY ELEANOR; Monroe. WILSON, SARAH RUTH; Atlanta. WOMACK, BOBBY LEWIS; Doraville. WOOD, MIRIAM L.; Auburn. WOODWARD, CAROLE VIRGINIA; Jesup. YANCEY, MARY ELLEN; Forest Park. YANCEY, WINSTON WARE; Atlanta. SEVENTH ROW: YARBOROUGH, VALERIE BOB; Atlanta. YOUNG3LOOD. ROBERT LEE; Decatur. YOW, JOAN FRANCES; Atlanta. ZEGEL, ARTHUR JOHN; Windham, N. Y. • ZELLNER, DOT FRANCES. ZIEGLER, BARBARA BLANCHE. LAW SCHOOL HONOR COURT FIRST ROW: Bill Jones. Jack Tipton. Jim Pullin. SECOND ROW: Wilbur Owen. Dewell Ireland. Wright Gellerstedt. Bob Sumner THIRD ROW: FLEMING, WILLIAM MARVIN; Augusta; LL.B. FLEXER. WINE- BERT DAN; Brunswick: Phi Alpha Delta; Demosthenian Literary Society; I.R.C.; Reserve Officers Ass ' n. FOWLER. LEROY CLEM- ENS; Coolidge; Delta Theta Phi Legal Fraternity. FULLBRIGHT. JOSEPH JACKSON; Clarkesville; LL.B. GASKIN. RUTH ESTELLE; East Point; LL.B.; Alpha Gamma Delta; Phi Delta Delta; Vice President Junior Class. GLOVER. SAMUEL GRAHAM: Rome: LL.B.; Kappa Alpha; Phi Kappa Literary Society. GOODSON. CHARLES L.; Franklin; LL.B.; Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity; Demosthenian Literary Society; Law School Honor Court Member. GRINER. HENRY GRADY; Savannah; LL.B.; X Club; Gridiron; Pi Sigma Alpha; Vice-Campus Leader; Demosthenian Literary Society, President; Georgia Bar Journal Editorial Board; Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity. HAWKINS. JOHN RENE; Macon; LL.B.; Biftad; X Club; Phi Kappa Phi; Delta Sigma Pi; Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity. HILL, ANDREW JUDSON; LaGrange; LL.B.; Pi Kappa Alpha; Demosthenian Literary Society. HODGES. ROBERT LELAND; Statesboro; LL.B.; Sigma Chi; Delta Theta Phi. HUFF, OMAR ALVIN; Ray City; Delta Theta Phi. KENNEDY, JOHN GROOVER; Savannah; LL.B.; Sigma Chi; Phi Delta Phi; Secretary-Treasurer Senior Class; Geechee Club, President; Demos- thenian Literary Society. LANIER, DAN L.; Metier; LL.B. MAD- DOX. LEMUEL; Cordele; LL.B.; Student Veterans Organization; Grand Old Party; Demosthenian Literary Society. McCULLAR. C. L.; Moultrie; LL.B.; Demosthenian Literary Society; Southwest- ern Club. L A W SENIORS Fleming Flexer Fowler Fullbrlght Gaskin Glover Goodson Griner McLain Mills Mock Nevin Odom Olmstead Roberts Rozier • nineteen t hundred and rift y FIRST HOW: BENTLEY. JAMES LYNWOOD. JH.: Thomaston; LL.B.; Fhi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity; Blue Key; Gridiron Secret Society; Omicron Delta Kappa; Demosthenian Literary Society, President; Speaker ' s Key; Campus Leader 1949-50; Secre- tary-Treasurer Grand Old Party. BLACKBURN. JAMES B.; Savannah; LL.B. BROWN. EDWIN M.; Joliet. Illinois; LL.B.; Tau Epsilon Phi; Bull- dog Club; Varsity Basketball Manager. BURN- SIDE. BETTY VELMA: Savannah; LL.B.; Cos- mopolitan Cub. CHEELEY. JOSEPH E.; Buford; LL.B.; Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity; Blue Key; Gridiron Secret Society; Demosthenian Lit- erary Society; Red 5 Black Staff; Business Man- ager 1950 Pandora; Editor Student Union Booklet; Manager Baseball Team; Secretary-Treasurer Freshman Law Class; Proctor, Milledge Hall; Who ' s Who, American Colleges and Universities 1949-50; Public Address Announcer at Football Games; Student Union Board, President Benfey Clarke Blackburn Cline Brown Cobb Burnside Deloach Cheeley Exley SECOND ROW CLARKE, HAROLD GRAVELY; Forsyth; LL.B.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Omicron Delta Kappa, President; X Club, President; Gridiron, Secretary-Treasurer; Biftad; I.R.C.; Thalian-Blackfriers. CLINE, HENRY EUGENE; LaGrange; LL.B.; Delta Theta Phi. COBB. CARSWELL H ' LL; Savannah; LL.B.; Sigma Chi; Phi Dolta Phi. DELOACH. HARRY ASHLEY; Savannah; LL.B.; Delta Theta Phi; Demosthenian Literary Society. EXLEY. WILLIAM MALLETTE; Savannah; LL.B.; Chi Psi; Phi Alpha Delta; Interfraternity Council. FOUR TH ROW: McLAIN. JAMES POLK; Atlanta; LL.B.; Sigma Chi, President; Phi Alpha Delta; Psychology Club, President; Demosthenian, Secre- taray-Treasurer; I.F.C.; I.R.C. MILLS. JOHN ROY; JacksonvUle. Fla.; LL.B.; Phi Kappa Tau; Phi Delta Phi; I.F.C.; Glee Club; Phi Kappa Literary Society. MOCK. CHARLES NEWMSN; Bruns- wick; LL.B.; Delta Tau Delta; Delta Theta Phi Legal Fraternity. NEVIN. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS; Augusta; LL.B. ODOM, COLQUITT HURST; Girard; LL.B.; Delta Theta Phi. OLMSTEAD. CECL JAY; Savannah; LL.B.; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity; Omicron Delta Kappa; Editor-in-Chief, Editorial Board, Georgia Bar Journal; Phi Kappa Phi; President, Freshman Law Class. ROBERTS, ALBERT ALLEN; Athens; LL.B. ROZIER. LOUIS H. Sparta: LL.B. RUFFIN. F. EUGENE; Cordsle; LL.B.; Phi Delta Phi Men ' s Glee Club. SMITH. P. WALTER: Macon; LL.B.; Blue Key Omicron Delta Kappa; Gridiron; Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity; Red Black, Business Manager; Pandora Staff; President Fresh man Class; Secretary-Treasurer Sophomore Class; Secretary Treasurer Senior Class; Who ' s Who, American Colleges and Universities 1947; Demosthenian Literary Society, Secretary- Treasurer, Speaker ' s Key. SMITH. WILLIAM TRUETT; Camilla; LL.B.; Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity; Demosthenian Literary Society; Student Editorial Board, Georgia Bar Journal; Law School Honor Court. TIPTON. WILBUR J.; Athens: LL.B.; Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity; President Senior Class. WALL, WILLIAM ALFORD; College Park; LL.B.; Sigma Chi; Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity. WALLACE. ALBERT BAILEY; Griffin; L.L.B.; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity; Phi Kappa Literary Society; Editorial Board, Georgia Bar Journal; Men ' s Glee Club. WESTBROOKS. NELSON CLEVELAND; Brunswick; LL.B.; Delta Tau Delta. YOUNG. FRANK ALLEN; Augusta; LL.B.; Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity; Demosthenian Literary Society. Hawkins Hill Hodges Huff Kennedy Lanier Maddox McCullar Ruflin Smith, P. W. Smith, W. T. Tipton Wall Wallace Westbrooks Young Adams Andrews Argo Bell Birdsong Brooks Burt Campbell Champion Chandler Edwards Ellis Foster Garrett Gibson Glenn Gunter Hendrix Howard Hyatt Kelly Kendall Kirbo McGee Meddin Newton Pritchard Raber Reed Rox Smalley Stanfield Strickland Sumner Walters Walther FIRST ROW: ADAMS, JAMES THOMAS; Atlanta. ANDREWS, MARY LOUISE; Toccoa. ARGO, ROBERT EUGENE; Atlanta. BELL, CURTIS H.; Elberton. BIRDSONG, ANDREW W.; LaGrange. BROOKS, WIL- BUR CLINTON; Elberton. BURT, HILLIARD PACE; Albany. CAMPBELL, GIRARD NORMAN; Chicago, Illinois. CHAMPION, JOSEPH STEWART; Albany. SECOND ROW: CHANDLER, JOSEPH CARROLL; Athens. EDWARDS, WALTER JAY; Gainesville. ELLIS, CHARLES WESLEY; Brunswick. FOS- TER, RALPH HARRISON; Buffton. GARRETT, BETTY FORD; Atlanta. GIBSON, ROBERT EDWARD; Athens. GLENN, JAMES ALLEN; Carlton. GUNTER, ARTHUR OTIS; Atlanta. HENDRIX, JAMES E. ; Columbus. THIRD ROW: HOWARD, HUBERT HOLDER; Ludowici. HYATT, CHARLES HOWARD; Atlanta. KELLY, EUGENE EDWARD; Gainesville. KENDALL, SAMUEL RILEY; Valdosta. KIRBO. BRUCE W.; Bain- bridge. McGEE, JAMES BAKER; Roberta. MEDDIN, ARNOLD ROGER; Savannah. NEWTON, WILL HILL; Grilfin. PRITCHARD, MARION V.; Waycross. FOURTH ROW: RABER, EDWARD NICHOLS; Athens. REED, ROBERT J.; Athens. ROX, FRANK FITZGERALD; Athens. SMALLEY, ROBERT H.; Elberton. STANFIELD, JAMES ALAN; Glennville. STRICKLAND, WILLIAM PARKER; Blackshear. SUMNER, ROBERT BURL; Pear- son. WALTERS, DONALD A.; East Point. WALTHER, ROBERT G.; Athens. FIFTH ROW: WILCOX, JOHN W.; LaGrange. WOOD, JAMES H.; Athens. WOOD, JAMES HINES; Canton. SIXTH ROW: YOUNG, SLADE CHARLES; Atlanta. ZEIGLER, FRANK BROOKS; Savannah. Wilcox Wood, J. H. Wood J. Hinel Young Zeigler A3 Anderson Bell Keeter Kinsella Braselton Larsen Burns Lowie Channell Paris Hardie Pennington Hulbert Peters Jones, E. B. Phillips Jones. W. T. Randall LAW FRESHMEN FIRST ROW ANDERSON, ' JOE P.; Rentz. BELL, WILTON LAMAR; Elberton. BRASELTON, GLENN BOYD; Pendergrass. BURNS, WILLIAM MEADE; Atlanta. CHANNELL, DONALD EVERETT; St. Simons. HARDIE, MARVIN BURKE; Bloomingdale. HULBERT, DAVID PAUL; Irwinton. JONES, EZRA BUELL; Bremen. JONES, WIL- LIAM THOMAS; Albany. SECOND ROW: KEETER, EDWARD FREEMAN; Athens. KINSELLA, JOHN J.; Auburn, N. Y. LARSEN, WILLIAM WASHINGTON; Dublin. LOWIE, OLIVER FRANK; McRae. PARIS, JAMES WILBUR; Dallas. PENNINGTON, EDD; Hazlehurst. PETERS, JOHN A.; Savannah. PHILLIPS, WM. BARRY; Valdosta. RANDALL, CAMPBELL LANIER; Atlanta. THIRD ROW: RICH, FRANCIS MARION; Augusta. SAULS, EUGENE FRED- ERICK; Athens. STEPHENS, HOWARD A.; Etowah, Tennessee. STUBBS, THOMAS McALPIN; Atlanta. FOURTH ROW: THOMAS, HOWELL OWEN; Calvary. THOMASON, M. FRANCES; Atlanta. VARNEDOE, ZACK; Thomasville. Sauls Thomas Stephens Thomason Stubbs Vamedoe VETERINARY MEDICINE SCHOOL FIRST ROW: ADAMS, WILLIAM WALTERS; Camilla; O.T.S. Professional Veteri- nary Fraternity. COOK. WALTER G.; Clarkesville; Alpha Psi; President Men ' s Glee Club; President Westminister Fellowship; Veterinary Science Club. DORMINY. ARTHUR LEROY; Enigma. ELINBURG. WM. ANTNEY; Buford; Alpha Zeta; Alpha Psi; Veterinary Science Club; Ag Club. GILCHRST. EDGAR H.; Ellaville; Alpha Psi. GLASS, ROBERT JAMES; Brunswi:k. GRUBBS. CLARENCE B.; Bamesville; O.T.S.; Vet. Science Club. SECOND ROW: HARDY. LOLLIS HERRING; Atlanta; R.T.S. HERRING. JOHN GREENE; Tifton; Blue Key, President; Alpha Psi; Aghon, Presi- dent; Veterinary Science Club, President; Ag Hill Council, Presi- dent. HIRSHBERG, ROBERT RYTT; Sumter. S. C; Swimming Team; Cheerleader; Veterinary Science Club, Treasurer. IRViN, W. ANDREW; Atlanta; Alpha Zeta; Veterinary Science Club. KNOX. EARL LEAMON; Athens; Alpha Psi; Alpha Zeta; Veteri- nary Science Club, Vice-President. LEE, CHARLES EDWARD; Dawson; Alpha Psi; Boxing Team, Captain; Veterinary Science Club. McDONALD, PAUL ANGUS; Fitzgerald; Sigma Nu; Alpha Psi; Gridiron Secret Society; Demosthenian Literary Society; Saddle and Sirloin; Veterinary Science Club; Band; Glee Club. THIRD ROW: McNEILL, CHARLES NEILL: Amer ' cus; Omega Tau Sigma; Veteri- nary Science Club, Treasurer, Vice-President. MEEKS, ROBERT LAMAR; Nicholls; Alpha Psi; Alpha Zeta. PACE. WILLIAM EDGAR; Marianna. Fla.; Alpha Psi; Veterinary Science Club. PALMER. JACK ROLES; Camilla; Phi Delta Theta; Omega Tau Sigma; Pi Tau Chi; Veterinary Science Club. PATTON. GEORGE WM.; Atlanta; Omega Tau Sigma; Veterinary Science Club. REAGAN. CLYDE M.; Athens; Alpha Psi; Veterinary Science Club, Vice-President. SANDIFER. JAMES ROBERT; Locust Grove. FOURTH ROW: SHANNON, ROBERT ODUM; Covington; Alpha Psi; Veterinary Science Club. SMITH, FELIX MARION; Cordele; Alpha Psi; Pi Tau Chi; Wesley Foundation; Veterinary Science Club. THOMAS, JOHN BELL; Savannah; Alpha Psi; Veterinary Science Club. THOMAS. WALTER GENE; Calvary. THORNTON. CAREY W.: LaGrange; Alpha Psi. WATERS. WM. JESSE; Millew; Alpha Psi. YARBORO. LEWIS GENE; Shelby, N. C: Alpha Psi; Alpha Zeta. Adams Cook Dorminy Elinburq Gilchrist Glass Grubbs Hardy Herring Hirshberg Irvin Knox Lee McDonald McNeill Meeks Pace Palmer Patton Reagan Sandifer Shannon. Smith Thomas, J. B. Thomas, W. G. Thornton Waters Yarboro • nineteen t hundred and fift y FIRST ROW: ATKINSON, ROBERT E.; Bishop. ATWOOD, MAX BURTON; Metter. AUTRY, DORIS BEVELERE; Doraville. CARTER, DAVID EARL; Baxley. CAUSEY, ELDRED WAYNE; Alamo. SECOND ROW: CLARK, GEORGE AMOS; Smithville. DOTSON, CECIL M.; Madison. FRAZIER, J. C. Dry Prong, Louisana. GIBBS, MARCUS; Ty Ty. KEPP, JAMES CORNELIUS; Brunswick. THIRD ROW: KING, CHARLES BALDWIN; Albany. KUHN, ROBERT MELVIN; Homestead, Fla. McCRANiE, GERALD V.; Milan. OLIVER, EDWARD JAMES; Atlanta. PAGE, BENJAMIN RANDOLPH; Vidalia. PALMER, WALDO HAROLD; Ca- milla. RADFORD, GEORGE DAVIS; Atlanta. RHODES, WILLIAM HARLEY; West Columbia, S. C. RIGDON, CHARLES ROBERT; Tifton. FOURTH ROW: SPECHLER, DAVID H.; Quincy, Fla. STOVALL, MARION PAUL; Atlanta. STRICKLAND, DAN; Westminister S. C. TAUL, LeROY KEENAN; Hardinsburg, Ky. TYNER, CALVIN EARL; Lawndale, N. C. WEAVER, WALTER BOYD; Rock Springs. WILKES, CLAUDE GLEEN; Jelierson. ARM- STRONG, HUGH WATSON; Gastonia, N. C. BARRETT, THEODORE R.; North Tazewell, Va. FIFTH ROW: CLARK, JOHN JEFFERSON; Amsterdam. DORSEY, NANCY SUE; Atlanta. GARFINKEL, EDWARD; Eatonton. HEL- BERG, HERMAN WESLEY; Roanoke, Virginia. HOWZE, LONNIE L.; Plant City, Fla. JUSTICE, WILLIAM HAROLD; Pittsboro, N. C. MIDYETTE, NORFLEET WARD; Raleigh, N. C. MOORE, SAMUEL LACY; Cory, N. C. PATTON, CHARLES B.; Abingdon, Va. Atkinson Atwood Autry Carter Causey Clark Dotson Frazier GLbbs Kepp SIXTH ROW: PEARSON, WALTER GRAY; South Hill, Va. RHODES, IRV1N TATUM; Alpharetta. SMITH, FRANK HOPE; Abing- don, Virginia. SMITH, GEORGE LORIMER; Roanoke, Va. STINSON, HAROLD EUGENE; Boonville, N. C. TUMLIN, JACK THOMAS; Pine Mountain Valley. VEATCH, JULIAN LAMAR; Athens. WARD, BENJAMIN YELVINGTON; Ath- ens. WHEELER, JAMES FREDERICK; Axton, Va. King Kuhn McCranie Oliver Page Palmer Radford Rhodes Rigdon Spelchler Stovall Strickland Taul Tyner Weaver Wilkes Armstrong Barrett Clark Dorsey Gariinkel Helberg Howze Justice Midyette Moore Patton Pearson Rhodes Smith, F. H. Smith, G. L. Stinson Tumlin Veatch Ward Wheeler GRADUATE SCHOOL Adams, D. L. Adams, V. E. Adcock Baggs Balkcom Barrows Bellamy Birge FIRST ROW: HUTCHERSON, HENRY G.; Danielsville. JONES, MARVIN CO- LUMBUS; Summerville. JOHNSON, WILBUR ROYCE; Athens. KNOX, HAROLD C; Trenton, Tennessee. LANCASTER, JEAN; Shady Dale. LAWSON, JAMES C; Ringgold. LOVE, HENRY ALEXANDER; Jacksonville, Fla. McCONNELL, JONATHAN ED- WIN; Gainesville. McMICHEN, MARTHA VIOLA; Cave Spring. SECOND ROW: McMILLAN, CHARLES H.; Acworth. MADRY, JOHN GRAY; At- lanta. MAGUIRE, HAROLD O.; Athens. MALOFF, LOUIS JOSEPH; Atlanta. MALOY, JASPER IVY; Pelham. MARLIN, Harry W.; Columbus. MARTIN, MARCUS R.; Young Harris. MEADOWS, BETSYE JANE; Savannah. MILES, RICHARD J.; Augusta. THIRD ROW: MILLS, LIONEL WOODROW; Cairo. MOORE, WILLIAM HUNTER; Statesboro. NEWTON, GAIL FRANCES; Worcester, Mass. NEY- LANS, OSCAR SHELBY; Macon. OZDEMIR, HALIL IBRAHIM; Istanbul, Turkey. PARNELL, CHEVES WINTCN; Brunswick. PEEPLES, WILLIAM DEWEY; Birmingham, Ala. PENTZ, RICHARD POGUE; Leacock, Pa. POWER, DEWEY RALPH; Danielsville. FOURTH ROW: PURCELL, CLARICE EULONE; Dewey Rose. PURCELL, WILLIAM EDGAR; Demorest. RABURN, JULIAN ADKINS; Springfield. RAMBO, DRURY DE G.; Marshallville. RASMUSSEN, JANE E.; Duluth, Minn. REESE, MARY EDITH; Warrenton. ROSS, WAL- LACE R.; Hamlet, N. C. ROWLAND, CHARLES ALDEN; Athens. SALTER, METHVIN THOMSON; Brookhaven. FIFTH ROW: SAWYER, BETTY NEWBERRY; Arlington. SCOTT, RICHARD SAMS; Athens. SEAGO, JOHN MIDDLETON; Gracewood. SHIR- LEY, HERSCHEL VINCENT; Alpharetta. SHY, WILLIAM HINTON; Athens. SMITH, JAMES LEROY; Willacoochee. STEELE, HAROLD C; Atlanta. STRATTON, GRADY LEON; Elberton. THURNER, FRANZ; Innsbruck, Austria. SIXTH ROW: WADE, ESTHER MERLE; Boston. WALKER, BEVERLY P.; Mc- Caysville. WALKER, CLAUDE HENRY; McCaysville. WALKER, DAVID TUTHERLY; Spartanburg, S. C. WALLER, J. W.; Dalton. WARDLOW, JAMES LEON; Arabi. WELLS, WILLIAM HERBERT; Oxford, N. C. WILLIAMSON, CHARLES MICAIJAH; Atlanta. WOOTTON, RICHARD GREEN; Brunswick. Black Brannen Brawn Bullard Burnette Byrd Cain Campbell Carlock Carmichael Cash Cochran, D. E. Cochran, E. B. Cone Cooper Cox Craft Culpepper Cunningham Darby Davenport Doerner Dowdy Durden Edney Edwards Ellis Farris Flanagan Foster Gibson Glasner Griifeth Grogan Hall Hardman Harris Harrison Hays Hester, D. G. Hester, E. N. Hodges Holmes Home Hunt Knox Lancaster Lawson Love McConnell McMichen McMillan Madry Maguire Maloo Maloy Marlin Martin Meadows Miles FIRST ROW: ADAMS, DECORA L.; Royston. ADAMS, VIRGIL EMERSON; Mc- Lemousville, Tennessee. ADCOCK, THOMAS DONVEA; Athens. BAGGS, BETTY COX; Camilla. SECOND ROW: BALKCOM, CHARLES McDONALD; Blakely. BARROWS, ELMER ELLSWORTH; Worcester, Mass. BELLAMY, BONNIE FAY; Monti- cello. BIRGE, JACK EDWIN; Decatur. THIRD ROW: BLACK, RALPH E.; Rome. BRANNEN, EDWIN ELISHA; Baxley. BROWN, J. ELLIOTT; Sasser. BULLARD, FRANK LEVERETTE; Machen. BURNETTE, HOWARD WALKER; Athens. BYRD, HU- BERT JULIAN; Valdosta. CAIN, JOSEPH HARDING; Flowery Branch. CAMPBELL, WALLACE J.; Cloudland. CARLOCK, VIR- GINIA; Kensington. FOURTH ROW: CARMICHAEL, ROBERT R.; Meansville. CASH, AUDREY S.; Norman Park. COCHRAN, DANIEL E.; Maysville. COCHRAN, EUNICE B.; Wadley. CONE, EDWARD R.; Boston. COOPER, LUTHER JAMES; Bruceton, Tennessee. COX, JAMES CLARENCE; Dublin. CRAFT, RICHARD WILLIS; Starr, South Carolina. CUL- PEPPER, GEORGE H.; Athens. FIFTH ROW: CUNNINGHAM, TURNER HOLMES; Eatonton. DARBY, SANFORD PATRICK; Augusta. DAVENPORT, EDWARD A.; Harlem. DOER- NER, GEORGE GREGORY; Savannah. DOWDY, DERRELL COOLIDGE; Glennville. DURDEN, JOHN DALLAS; Swainsboro. EDNEY, ROBERT EMERSON; Tyron, N. C. EDWARDS, DOROTHEA ANN; Havana , Ark. ELLIS, CORDELIA ANNE; Wrens. SIXTH ROW: FARRIS, ROSA LEE; Albany. FLANAGAN, HUBERT LIVINGS- TON; Athens. FOSTER, EVELYN; McDonough. GIBSON, BEV- ERLY; Mt. Zion. GLASNER, SAMUEL; Athens. GRIFFITH, ROBERT ELISHA; Austell. GROGAN, HIRAM JOHN; Ball Ground. HALL, HULAN LEWIS; Chamblee. HARDMAN, JOE WALLACE; Athens. SEVENTH ROW: HARRIS, JOSEPH BELKNAP; Washington. HARRISON, ROBERT OSCAR; Crawfordville. HAYS, WILLIAM JAMES; Camilla. HES- TER, DOROTHY G.; Cuthbert. HESTER, EARL NOLAN; Cuthbert. HODGES, TOM C; Cobbtown. HOLMES, LAURA G.; Adel. HORNE, PEGGY PAT; Marion, Va. HUNT, EDWARD HATCHER; Harlem. Mills Moore Newton Neylans Ozdemir Parnell Peoples Pentz Power Pu-cell, C. E. Purcell, W. E. Raburn Rambo Rasmussen Reese Ross Rowland Salter Sawyer Scott Seago Shirley Shy Smith Steele Stratton Thurner Wade Walker, B. P. Walker, C. H. Walker, D. T. Waller Wardlow Wells Williamson Wootton SPECIAL STUDENTS " OH SOLAR MIO WATCH THE BIRDIE . . FIRST ROW: ARECES, MANUEL JOSE; Habana, Cuba. BRASELTON. GLORIA ANNE; Gainesville. BREEDLOVE, BAILEY ONEIL; Atlanta. CULPEPPER, CLAIRE ROSS; Athens. DUNCAN, BARBARA S.; Comer. GOWDER, MRS. ROY DOVE; Lula. SECOND ROW: KRETSHMER, ARNO ERNST; Bad Nauheim, Germany. MORROW, MAE SMITH; Atlanta. MOSTELLER, MIRIAM RILEY; Athens. SEYMOUR, FRANCES M.; Fayetteville, N. C. WEAVER, LOR- RAINE MARGARET; Chicago, 111. ZIROS, APOSTOLOS D.; Athens, Greece. Areces Braselton Breedlove Culpepper Duncan Gowder Kretshmer Morrow Mosteller Seymour Weaver Ziros MISS HOMECOMING (Top), Jane Dickinson; Court: LEFT TO RIGHT: Peggy Scarborough, Martha Bush, lean Souther ' and. and Carolyn Parker. MISS HOMECOMING £ our t THE CONTESTANTS . . THE JUD3ES DOES THIS LOOK THIS COULDN ' T HAVE BEEN ON A SUNDAY NIGHT " . . . THERE ' S NOTHING WRONG WITH YOU ... GO ON BACK TO CLASS. " Mi 3 ... I 7 • • ? For many, fraternities and sorori- ties have made up a major portion of university life . . . lifetime friends. . . . unforget- able experiences. Pandora salutes the fraternities, and the young men and women who have made them what they J K ■ N G SONG OF GEORG ! C OFFICERS President SUE BROWN Vice-President BEVERLY BLASINGAME Secretary LUCY AMATO Treasurer ELIZABETH NEEL Left to right: BROWN, BLASINGAME, AMATO, NEEL PANHELLE NIC C ouncL i Women ' s Panhellenic Council is composed of two representatives from each of the fourteen national sororities on campus. This group encourages good scholarship, intramural sports, and harmony among sororities. Rushing rules outlined and supervised by Panhellenic. ALPHA CHI OMEGA BEVERLY BLASINGAME EMY TOOLE ALPHA DELTA PI ISABEL ALLEN PAT TURNER ALPHA GAMMA DELTA ANN BARRETT FRANCES DOMINEY ALPHA OMICRON PI CHARLOTTE GAULDING SUE BROWN CHI OMEGA JOYCE PARRISH MARTHA CLARK DELTA DELTA DELTA JANE SCHNEIDER BETTY BAGWELL DELTA PHI EPSILON LUCY AMATO MARCIA GOLDMAN KAPPA ALPHA THETA LEILA DRAKE CAROLINE ORR FIRST ROW— Missett. Steinberg. Smith. SECOND ROW— Toole, Neel, Gaulding, Turner. THIRD ROW— Parker, Terry. Allen. FOURTH ROW — Gignilliat, Goldman, Bagwell. FIFTH ROW— Amato, Sauls, Blum. SIXTH ROW— Barrett, Thomason, Parrish. SEVENTH ROW - Blasingame, Dominey, Brown. EIGHTH ROW— Carper, Orr, Drake. NINTH ROW — Burcham, Tumlin, Clark, Schneider. KAPPA DELTA BETTY CARPER MARJORIE PARKER KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA BEVERLY BURCHAM FRANCES THOMASON PI BETA PHI ELIZABETH NEEL JO ANN TERRY ZETA TAU ALPHA JACQUILINE SMITH JEAN MISSETT PHI MU MARY ANN SAULS IRIS GIGNILLIAT SIGMA DELTA TAU RENEE STEINBERG SARAH BLUM MISS NELLE TUMLIN— Faculty Advisor -=--15. BLASINGAME, HUDSON, ADAMS. EVERETT, CORE, LOVVERN ROLL Norma Adams Bettie Foster Betty Baibee Ann Grisset Phyllis Barber Sherrie Ann Grow Patricia Bender Anna Jean Hightower Sally Baxley lean Hudson Jackie Benn Gloria Johnson Martha Bird Anne Kelly Beverly Blasingame Jean Knight Frances Boroughs Florence Lacour Carolyn Bowen Margaret Lang Harriet Murray Boyd Claire Loworr Nell Callahan Ann McCamy Mcxine Cherry loan Mahone Nell Clark Mary Ellen Porter Edyth Coler Christina Rice Mary Ann Core Mamie Lee Scott Georgia Cowart Marilyn Sickel Charlotte Crane Evelyn Teal Muriel Dozier Emy Toole Sue Everett Polly Walker t Jan Ellington Annella Wells Mary Ann Frith Carolyn Whelchel W- ALPHA C H I OMEGA beta dia yia chapter Alpha Chi Omega was founded at DePauw Univer- sity in 1885. Beta Sigma Chapter, here at the Uni- versity, was established in 1927. There are 73 national chapters of our sorority. Last Spring we presented our annual Alpha Chi Olympics, in which representatives of fraternities were entered. Fall quarter found us winning the trophy for the best Homecoming decorations. Our pledge dance, the Snowflake Ball, was held on October 22. OFFICERS President BEVERLY BLASINGAME Vice-President NORMA ADAMS Vice-President JEAN HUDSON Recording Secretary MARY ANN CORE Corresponding Secretary SUE EVERETT Treasurer CLAIRE LOWORN FIRST ROW: Bowen, Bender, Cofer, Barbee. Benn, McCamy. SECOND ROW: Porter, Whelchel, Cowart, Grissett, Hudson, Kelley. THIRD ROW: Cherry, Lacour, Baxley. Knight, Rice, Mahone, Wells. FOURTH ROW: Grow. Lang, Everett, Boroughs, Ellington. Scott. FIFTH ROW: Woodall. Clark. Dozier, Foster, Teal. SIXTH ROW: Blasingame, Adams, Lovvern, Hightower, Crane. Core. SEVENTH ROW: Bird. Toole. Barber, Walker. ALPHA DELTA P beta nu a kapter EDWARDS. TURNER. ALLEN, LEACH inl ROLL Isabelle Allen Margie Ammons Marguerite Anlley Dottie Arnold Helen Austin Mary Bailey Elizabeth Baird Julieanne Bell Joan Birge Barbara Black Agnes Blitch Fran Boddie Betty Bowden Ann Brooker leanie Brooks Ann Carter Burdell Martha Bush Bette Cellar Jo Lane Cheves Mary Ann Clements Elizabeth Coleman Claire Council Alice Devine Ian Dcuglas Sally Dugger Dot Dunn Nancy Carter Echols Sue Edge Dcttie Edmundson Emily Edwards Sue Ellis Margie Fowler Sue Futral Jackie Garten Norma Gibbons Jean Grear Mary Louise Grey Ian Griffin Hannah Grimes Rosanne Grey Harriet Heins Nell Gray Holmes Katty Hopkins Judy Jackson Peggy Jackson Ruth Jenkins Mary Johnson Betty Kennedy Amy Law Lynn Leach Anne Mize Barbara Maxwell Sara McMurry Sally Moorefield Jane Moses Sadie Murphy Carolyn Newton Ruth Osborne Peggy Pierce Pat Price Jean Harriet Pund Pat Randolph Marian Sanders Peggy Jo Saunders Barbara Seitz Joan Sheffield Margaret Sherman Peggy Short Julieanne Singer Elizabeth Smith Lu Starnes Jody Strother Betty Taylor Sally Thompson Pat Thompson Jean Trimble Pat Turner Beth Van Landingham Ann Waters Joan Weadon Madeline Williams Pat Wilson Alpha Delta Pi was founded in Macon, Georgia, May 15, 1851, at Wesleyan College. Beta Nu chapter was established on the University campus in 1933. We placed first in sorority sing, volleyball, swim- ming meet, basketball, and badminton. Two mem- bers were tapped by Z Club and two by Mortar Board. OFFICERS President ISABELLE ALLEN Vice-President PAT TURNER Secretary EMILY EDWARDS Treasurer LYNN LEACH FIRST ROW: Ammons. Van Landingham, Leach. Mrs. Duggan, Turner, Allen. SECOND ROW: Edmondson, Sheffield, Heins, Clements, Edge, Griffin, Jenkins. THIRD ROW: Council. Kennedy. Ellis. Saunders, Holmes, Taylor, McMurray. FOURTH ROW: Thompson, Osborne, Smith, Law, Baird, Fowler. FIFTH ROW: Birge, Blitch, Waters. Trimble. SIXTH ROW: Brooks. Moses. Jackson, Maxwell, Bailey, Burdell, Randolph, Price. SEVENTH ROW: Cellar, Murphy, Boddie. Garten, Wilson, Brooker, Gibbons. EIGHTH ROW: Grimes, Cheves. Duggar, Pund, Wood, Mize, Taylor, Bowden. NINTH ROW: Starnes, Morefield, Newton, Thompson, Sherman, Echols, Seitz, Devine, Douglas, Antley, Johnson. , p % r f I " ■ •an , f ' C " i j it % i i ft I • i f .i 1 «t ii ,w ALPHA GAMMA DELTA LEVINS, GUNN, BARRETT. PILCHEB. Barbara Allen Betty Anderson Anne Barrett Betty Barrett Janet Bond Anne Botters Chris Braswell Ann Brown Lurline Cantrell Betty Jean Chafin Nancy Cleves Sue Cox Betty Culpepper Mary Pope Davis Frances Dominey Bette Eaves Martha Ecker Shirley Fales Betty Farrior Beverly Flanders Eddie Fortune Jeanne French loan Garrison Ruth Gaskins Peggy Griffin Elaray Griggers Beverly Gunn Gloria Head Nancy Hunnicut Jane Jackson Margaret Jones ROLL Neveda Kenyon Gabie King Catherine Lankenau Joan Levins Beverly Lindsey Wanda Martin Nina Mitchell Dorothy Mooney Margarite Moss Lucy Nickerson Cynthia Peavy Jackie Pilcher Polli Powell Shirley Ragsdale Gloria Ray Madge Rivers Sue Roberts Mary Georgia Rountree Kitty Sciple Carolyn Shaddix Betty Shimp Marguerite Smith Mary Agnes Snider Mary Jane Thomas Martha Titshaw Billie Trunkey Merceline Turner Wyndolyn Vickers Frances Walters Shirley Walters Cora Williams Jo Anne Williams f amma alpha chapter r ip Alpha Gamma Delta, an international fraternity, was founded May 2, 1904, at Syracuse University, New York. There are now sixty-one active chapters throughout the United States and Canada. Gamma Alpha Chapter was founded at the University of Georgia on May 29, 1932. The fraternity colors are red, buff and green; the flower is the rose. OFFICERS President ANNE BARRETT Vice-President BEVERLY GUNN Secretary JOAN LEVENS Treasurer JACKIE PILCHER 1 1 r jj (J r " - Bk?_5k ' SI3Bl ' ' " jS 1 Bp s5| ■jttj l l l iMB I N sH v l ' ? ■ - !SS FIRST ROW: Ray, Gunn. Shimp, Thomas. Head. Hunnicutt. SECOND ROW: Flanders, Allen, Trunkey, Brown. Turner, Cleves. THIRD ROW: Botters. Garrison, French. Levens. Martin, King. FOURTH ROW: Griggers, Bond, Smith, Mitchell, Barrett B., Roberts. FIFTH ROW: Braswell, Walters F., Lankenau, Gaskin, EgJSfc, „ ,UI ? e ' J ,ountree - SIXTH ROW: Nickerson, Cox, Farrier, Anderson, Titshaw, Eaves. SEVENTH ROW: Ecker, Moss, Vickers, Chafin, Ragsdale, Barrett A. tHjHTH ROW: Dominey, Griffin, Jones, Jackson, Culpepper, Davis. ALPHA OMICRON P GAULDING, SATTERWHITE. GLEESON, BREWSTER lambda, diama chapter ROLL Mary Ann Arnold Ann Bell Nancy Brewster Sue Brown Bobby Brooks Sally Campbell Lois Cason Sarah Chapman Margaret Ann Church lane Cleevland Jane Colbert Betty Curran Jeannine Dodgen Mary Ellen Finley Shirley Fries Charlotte Gaulding Mary Elizabeth Harmon Betty Hatcher Martha Harris Betty Ann Hardin Catherine Henry Betty Ann Hogan Barbara Hogan Jeanne Hollingsworlh June Howard Emily Huie Sue James Annie Laura Keel Frances King Laura Kohlman Betty Leonard Julia Maddox Jerry Marks Frances Martin Marty Martin Sarah Myrick Carolyn McLendon Sarah Merritt Barbara Pause Ginger Pearson Marilyn Privitte Carolyn Satterwhite Carol Stewart Shirley Steele Alyce Streetman Josephine Taylor Ann Weems Mary Wilkes Jane White Mary Young Joan Yow Lambda Sigma chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi was established at the University of Georgia in 1935. The sorority flower is the Jacquominot rose and the sorority color is cardinal. Alpha Omicron Pi was founded at Branard College, Columbia University, in 1897. Here at Georgia we are proud to boast two fraternity sponsors for this year. The Sweet- heart of Sigma Chi and the Lambda Chi sponsor are both A O Pis. OFFICERS President CHARLOTTE GAULDING Vice-President NANCY BREWSTER Corresponding Secretary ANN BELL Recording Secretary PATSY GLEESON Treasurer CAROLYN SATTERWHITE FIRST ROW: Satterwhite, Harris, Gaulding, Brewster, Gleeson, Bell. SECOND ROW: White, Kohlman, Pierson, Yow, Harmon, Pause. THIRD ROW: Huie, Henry, Hudson, Campbell, Streetman. Weems. FOURTH ROW: Chapman, Steele, Brooks, Estey. Taylor, G., Cleveland. FIFTH ROW: Colbert, Geeslin, Curran, lames. King, Taylor, J. SIXTH ROW: Lynk, Leopold, Bird, Hardin, Veal, Church. SEVENTH ROW: Hastings, Stuart, Arnold, Merritt, Hollingsworlh, Martin. EIGHTH ROW: Dodgen, Hogan, B. A., Keel, Finley, Mayton, Young. NINTH ROW: Myrick, Maddox, Hogan, B., Brown, Fries. m rn. OATES, BUHFORD, MOORE, PARRISH ROLL Celeste Barnett Barbara Jean Baynes Anne Bleakley Mary Claire Bondurant Jane Boyd Jean Boyd Jeanne Brown Betty Bruce Joyce Buckmaster Beth Burford Catherine Chance Mary Chance Martha Clark Patsy Clark Ruth Combs Mary Cooper Mildred Deaver Mary Ann Dulaney Lelia DuPree Peggy Elder Jane Fendig Wilma Florence Eloise Fowler Marion Fowler Ann Henderson Annabell e Holladay Jane Jay Foster Jones Ellen Kerr Ladre King Lucy Lane Lambert Betty Ann Lanier Virginia Leyburn Caroline Little Marilyn Lunsford Jan Martin Barbara Mayes Patsy Mays Louise McDaniel Louise McNeel Ellen Merry Beverly Moore Judy Morgan Julianne Morgan Dottie Oates Sally Orr Joyce Parrish Ellen Rehnquist Rebecca Roddenbery Dot Scott Faye Scott Mary Ellen Selman Virginia Claire Simmons Patsy Gay Sims Lollie Solana Katherine Soule Nan Stanley Bobbie Starr Florence Stewart Susanne Story Peggy Striifler Ann Sweetland Lucy Talmadge Carolyn Thurmond Mary Em Towson Patricia Trotter Kitty Trussell Mildred Vance Alice Vickers Amy Watkins Leta Webb Ruth Wellmcm Betty Slade Williams Ann Willingham Betty Ann Wilson C H I OMEGA nu bet a d hapter Mu Beta of Chi Omega was the second sorority on the University of Georgia Campus, being installed in 1922. It was founded at the University of Ar- kansas on April 5, 1895. At present there are 107 active chapters. The flower is the white carnation, and the colors are cardinal and straw. The chapter gives an award for outstanding achievement in Social Science every year. Outstanding accom- plishments for the year 1948-1949 include the Archery club, Third place in intramurals, and a high scholastic average. OFFICERS President JOYCE PARRISH Vice-President BEVERLY MOORE Secretary BETH BURFORD Treasurer WILMA FLORENCE FIRST ROW: Story, Vance, Morgan, J. A., Morgan, J., Leyburn, Little, Oates, Starr . SECOND ROW: McNeel, Sims, Lanier, Burford, Bleakley, lay. THIRD ROW: Trotter, Stiiiler, Scott, D., Barnette, Rhenquist, Chance, C. FOURTH ROW: Combs, Lunsford, Florence, Thurmond. Moore. Banes. FIFTH ROW: DuPree, Fowler, M., Solona, Dearer. Lambert, Soule. SIXTH ROW: Fendig, Bruce. Simmons, Chance, M., Watkins, Henderson. SEVENTH ROW: Mays. Talmadge, Merry, Wellman, Martin, Bondurant, Sweetland. EIGHTH ROW: Elder, Brown, Selman, Webb, Scott, F., Roddenberry, Clark. NINTH ROW: Stanley, Cooper. King, Fowler, E., Kerr, Boyd, Wilson. SCHNEIDER, ANDREWS, BUTTS, PARKER ROLL Joyce Adkins Joyce Ammermor. Dixie Austin Edith Avera Betty Sue Bagwell Beverly Beeland Barbara Beery June Boswell Berta Boyce Ann Brinkly June Camp Danna Chappell Dorothy Chappell Ann Clark Jane Dickenson Evelyn Edge Patricia Farrell Charlene Forsyth Katherine Key Friedman Nan Guest Jo Hailey Aleece Hampton Frances Hampton Betty Hornbuckle Harriett Hornbuckle Margorie Hoyt Martha Jackson Jean Kimberly Alice Law Lynn Lee Nancy Lehning Phyllis MacMullin Marilyn Mafiet Bess McCall Yancy McCalla Virginia McCommons Jean McLellan Jane McMullon Gay Moate Patsy Moate Florence Monroe Jean Moore Jackie Morrison Gwyneth Oliver Kathryn Parker Mary Parker Joyce Parks Jean Puryear Patsy Salmon Frances Sewell Mary Ann Sewell Jean Shelor Carolyn Stafford Ann Stevens Joan Syfan Jane Vickery Gwen West Griffin Nancy Yates DELTA DELTA DELTA alpha rno cnapt p apier Delta Delta Delta was founded at Boston University in 1889. The colors are silver, gold, and blue and ihe flower is the pansy. There are now ninety-two active chapters. Alpha Rho chapter was established at the University of Georgia in March of 1934. Last year the chapter tied for third place in sorority sing and won second place in " Z " night. OFFICERS President JANE SCHNEIDER Vice-President MARY ANDREWS Secretary FAY BUTTS Treasurer MARY PARKER FIRST ROW: Hoyt, Adkins. Smith, Freeman, Steirens, Law. SECOND ROW: Chappell, Dana, Parker, M., Hornbuckle, B., MaHett, MacMullin, Austin, Oliver. THIRD ROW: Lee, Forsyth, Little. Hornbuckle, H., Bagwell, Monroe. FOURTH ROW: Pearson, Dickenson, Puryear, McMullan, Parker, K., Salmon. FIFTH ROW: Moore, Hailey, McLellan, Hampton, Andrews, Beeland, Berry, Schneider. SIXTH ROW: Ammerman, Lehning, McCalla, Friedman, McCall, Boyce. SEVENTH ROW: Yates, Syian, Morrison, Clark, Smith, B., Guest, Jackson. Bunn. n m 1 VOLL. AMATO, GOLDMAN. HIHSH ROLL Jean Aarons Marcia Aarons Doris Albert Jeanette Alhadeff Lucy Amato Marilyn Alper Betty Appel Gilda Bloom Joyce Blumenthal Zelda Chanin Shirley Chernoif Phylis Cohen Marianna Cohn Shirley Davidson Shirley Dunn lane Elkins Gerry Feinberg Barbara Friedman Leah Ghitter Florence Gilmore Mon a Glassman Jackie Goldberg Marcia Goldman Carolyn Goodman Mitzi Green Hariette Halprin Sylvia Hirsh Mimi Kahn Frieda Levin Annette Lieberman Dorothy Marks Dianne Piassick Marilyn Podoll Norma Rosenthal Harriet Rubinson loan Ruden Pearl Seligman Dorothy Simmons Ruth Stein Kitty Stock Boots Sinon Estelle Vol! Irene Vrono Elaine Weinstein Shirley Zaglin DELTA P H I EPS I LON hcLpler Mi d Delta Phi Epsilon was founded in 1917 at Washing- ton Square College, New York. Psi Chapter was founded at the University of Georgia in 1935, and is one of the twenty-two active chapters of interna- tional organization. The flower is the pansy and the colors are royal purple and pure gold. An an- nual Christmas party is one of the activities of the chapter in addition to numerous other charity affairs. OFFICERS President LUCY AMATO Vice-President MARCIA GOLDMAN Recording Secretary ESTELLE VOLL Corresponding Secretary BARBARA FRIEDMAN Treasurer SYLVIA HIRSH FIRST ROW: Hirsh. Goldman. Mrs. Fleischell, Amato. Voll. SECOND ROW: Seligman, Friedman, Kahn. Davidson, Blumenthal. THIRD ROW:: Fienberg, Simmons. Chernoff, Rosenthal. Ruden. FOURTH ROW: Glassman, Vrono, Marks, Gilmore, Chanin FIFTH ROW: Elkins, Goodman, Halprin, Ghitter. Alper. SIXTH ROW: Alhadeff. Goldberg, Dunn. Weinstein. M. Aarons. SEVENTH ROW: Stien, Green. Podoll, Leiberman, J. Aarons. EIGHTH ROW: Cohen, Rubinson, Piassick, Stock, Simon. f TH M mm ' Ww Ht 1 - 4 goodwin, Mcdonald, mcgarity, drake ROLL Judy Adams Sue Adamson Emily Aderholt Virginia Andrews Mary Black Edith Blair Harriett Brawner Barbara Bridges Nancy Brown Gloria Butler Ruth Cliatt Alice Cole Marilyn Cox Loretta Crockett Florence Crook Leila Drake Virginia Drake Florence Forehand Erskine Forgy loan Fuller Barbara Jean Fussell Katherine Gates Jeanne Marie Goodwin Joan Haley Georgia Hammett Jean Hawkins Marion Hendley Joan Higgins Patricia Hunter Ludie Ann Irwin Ann Jackson Eleanor Jones Joan Kemp Sybil Kennedy Martha Lee Nancy McCrorey Ellen McDonald Georgia McGarity Marcia McKinney Bettye Manley Margaret Mew Ann Millard Caroline On Harriet Parker Gloria Parr Lillian Powell Carolyn Price Elizabeth Price Mickey Sellers Ann Stubbs Jean Sutherland Claire Taylor Annalee Thorpe Betty Jane Tingle Mary Van Lindingham Judith Welch Mickey Wieder Betty Youmans KAPPA ALPHA T H ET A delta en f amma apter Kappa Alpha Theta, founded at DePauw University in 1 870, was established on the University of Georgia Campus in 1935. The colors are black and gold, and the flower is the black and gold pansy. At present there are seventy-two active chapters. Outstanding accomplishments during the year include second place in Homecoming decorations and winning the Table Tennis Intramural contests for the third con- secutive year. OFFICERS President LEELA DRAKE Vice-President GEORGIA McGARITY Corresponding Secretary ELLEN McDONALD Recording Secretary HARRIETTE BRAWNER Treasurer JEANNE MARIE GOODWIN FIRST ROW: Welch, Sutherland, Adamson, Manley, McGariyt, Irwin. SECOND ROW: Claitt. Hendley. Bridges, Brown, Parr, Hunter. THIRD ROW: Fussell. Sellers, Cole, C. Price, Forgy, Brawner. FOURTH ROW: P owell, Thorpe, Mew, Vanlandingham, Youmans, Haley. FIFTH ROW: Forehand, Crockett, An- drews, McDonald, Adams, Stubbs. SIXTH ROW: Millard, Hammett, Cook, Cox, Higgins, L. Drake. SEVENTH ROW: McKinney, McCrorey, Jones, Orr, Tingle, Gates. EIGHTH ROW: Lee, E. Price, Kennedy, Black. Butler. s V A - I KAPPA DELTA SIRMON, CARPER. JOHNSON, BOLLINGER diama p hi mapter ROLL Frances Abney Dottie Allen Betlie Bollinger Betty Callahan Shirley Crane Betty Carper Carolyn Carter Pat Chastain Avalo Donovan Rose Elyea Jackie Foster Priscilla Gait Runie Gibson Betty Gilbert Maxine Gordon Betty Graves Jeannette Griffin Myrtle Gross Jane Gwynn June Harwell Mary Eleanor Haslett Betty Hecker Jean Hester Sue Houck Mary Ann Hodges Sarah Jane Johnson Gloria Johnson Margaret Jones Mary Kent Evelyn Ketterson Patti Lanier Sarah Laws Pat Lawther Jackie Long Peggy Mewha Clara Morris Gloria Moulden Jo Ann McGee Mary Palmer Becky Paradise Margie Parker Racheal Pearce Marilyn Pearce Harriette Pender Gloria Perkins Edna Perry Ann Pitts Rusleen Potts Ann Pratt Annette Price Lib Pruitt Frankie Reynolds Jane Rice Lenore Sirmon Faye Snider Louise Steiglitz Iris Van Houten Jimmie Verner Ruth Wilson Margaret Wood Kappa Delta Sorority was founded at the State Normal School, Farmville, Virginia, on October 23, 1 897. Now there are 77 active chapters, 20 1 alumnae chapters and some 29,000 members. Sigma Phi chapter of Kappa Delta last year celebrated its twenty-fifth anniversary on the University campus. KD was second on campus in scholastic average for winter quarter. Kappa Delta ' s national conven- tion was held in Duluth, Minnesota, last June, and the new ideas brought back are now being put into effect by Sigma Phi ' s sixty-eight actives and pledges. OFFICERS President BETTY CARPER Vice-President TOTSY JOHNSON Secretary JACKIE FOSTER Treasurer BETTIE BOLLINGER FIRST ROW: Plamer, Harwell, Carter, Pruitt, Parker, Gordon. SECOND ROW: Griflin, Callahan, Abney, Pender, Wilson, Morris. THIRD ROW: Jones, Pratt Pearce, Gwynn, Bowen, Moulden. FOURTH ROW: Hodges, Graves, Donovan, Gilbert, Chastain, Price. FIFTH ROW: Snider, Gross, Potts, Mewha, Stieglitz, Laws. SIXTH ROW: Jackson, Kent, Paradise. Sirmon, Hester, Lawther, SEVENTH ROW: Carper, Yarbrough, Gibson, Long, Ketterson, Perkins. EIGHTH ROW: Wansley. Pitts. Wier. Allen. Lanier, Brown, McGee NINTH ROW: Harwell, Wood, Bollinger, Johnson, Gault, Houck. CASTLE, BURCHAM, SIMPSON, BREEN Jacqueline Alderman Elizabeth Babcock Janet Barnett Barbara Bassford Catherine Beck Mary Bell Hildegarde Bergen Elizabeth Bethea Julianne Blount Anne Bradley Barbara Brandt Maebelle Breen Betty Anne Brown Ethel Bryan Beverly Bucham Dianne Castle Joanne Church Nell Page Collins Alice Erwin Eleanor Folwell Mary Anne Fuller Suzanne Gardner Betty Jane Handcock Martha Hill Marjery Lane Hitch MJdred Huie Martha Lanier ROLL Nancy Lasseter Ashby Lippitt Jean Lowman Lois Mathis Patricia McCormick Marilyn McGehee Margaret Lee Miller Cecile Mozley Patricia Padgett Catherine Parker Patricia Reed Corneille Rylander Shirley Sbearouse Cecelia Sherlock Carolyn Simpson Ann Skelton Anne Smythe Nelle Strozier Mary Anne Swint Joyce Thomas Mary Frances Thomason Mary Thompson Olivia Traywick Grace VanNess Marie Whitehead Ann Whitman Phyllis Woodward KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA delta updlion chapter Kappa Kappa Gamma was founded at Monmouth College, Monmouth, Illinois, in 1870. The golden key is its pin, light and dark blue are its colors, and the flower is the stately Fleur de Lis. Delta Upsilon chapter was founded at the University of Georgia on February 14, 1948. OFFICERS President BEVERLY BURCHAM Vice-President CAROLYN SIMPSON Secretary DIANNE CASTLE Treasurer MAEBELLE BREEN FIRST ROW: Reed. Mozley, Mrs. Bitt ' es, Burcham. Thompson. SECOND ROW: Woodward, Sherlock, Folwell, lasseter, Bradley. THIRD ROW: Traywick, Bar- net:, Bethea, Beraen, Hitch. FOURTH ROW: Erwin, Hill, Thomason, Bassford, Thomas, Lippitt. FIFTH ROW: Blount, Lowman, Breen, VanNess, Rylander, Vogt. SIXTH ROW: Bell, Simpson, Huie, Collins, Cast ' e, Shearouse. SEVENTH ROW: Brand!, Strozier, Beck, Gardner, Babcock, Fuller. EIGHTH ROW: Church, Mathis, Padgett, Swint, McGehee, Thompson. NINTH ROW: Parker, Smythe. P H MU MILLS, SAULS, BEASLEY, FLOURNOY ulpk a a whet cm ip i p L apier Lillian Abbot Augusta Arnold Julia Ellen Askew Suzanne Aultman Alice Baker Carolyn Beasley Ann Beck Gail Bond Eleanor Bradford Betty Brown Kitty Bo Brumby lean Butts Carolyn Cooper Betty Crane Dottle Crowe Carter Daniel Virginia Davis Mary Ann Durdin Betty Rose Fambro Adele Flournoy Nancy Fraser Anna Garrison Harriet Gault Iris Gentry Iris Gignilliat Charlotte Harris Jeanne Harold Grace Holdern Ruth Houston Virginia Kay Mimi Kellam Betty Langley Kate Lenhardt Susan McCall ROLL Estella McDowell Charlotte Moran Mary Ann McKinney lean Meeks Sara Mills Ann Mitchell Eloise Molder lane Moore Beverly Nixon Jean O ' Neal Alta Lee Patch Shirley Pekor Sue Penn Sing Powell Mary Ann Sauls Carolyn Shaw Emistine Shockley Marina Simpson Kay Singletary Suzanne Smith Betty Summerour Ann Talioierro Betty Terry Betty Thomas Mary Thomas Ann Thomason Helen Thrash Carol Westbrook Eva Whetstone Joy Wilkes Eleanor Williamson George Williamson Betty Willis Betty Wood Alpha Alpha of Phi Mu was the pioneer sorority on the University of Georgia campus, being established in 1921. It was founded at Wesleyan College in 1852 and now has sixty-five active chapters. The pin is Black and Gold, the colors are rose and white, and the flower is the enchantress carnation. OFFICERS President MARY ANN SAULS Vice-President CAROLYN BEASLEY Secretary SARA MILLS Treasurer ADELE FLOURNOY naoH mm wsm FIRST ROW: Baker, Brumby, Fambro, Rogers. SECOND ROW: Sauls, Mills, Mrs.Kiehl. Beasley, Flournoy. THIRD ROW: Nixon, Powell, Butts, Crane, Bradford, Singletary. FOURTH ROW: Summerour, Patch, Aultman. Garrison, McKinney, Lenhardt. FIFTH ROW: Smith, Fekor, Thomas, B., Terry, Thomason, Williamson. SIXTH ROW: Willis, Fraser, Thomas, M., Moran, Williams, Daniel. SEVENTH ROW: Tallilerro, Gentry, McCall, Moulder, Houston, Beck. EIGHTH ROW: Simpson, Langley, Brown, Thrash, Shaw, Mitchell. NINTH ROW: Askew, Wilkes, Kellam, McDowell. Holden, Knox. TENTH ROW: Wood, Kay, Moore, Davis, U Davis, V., Arnold. ELEVENTH ROW: Harrell, Durdin, Crowe, Westbrook, Meeks, O ' Neal. s GRIFFIN, NEEL. PRICE. TERRY ROLL Dollie Addison Ann Acker Mary Ellen Blades Kitty Boardman Mary Boone Barbara Burton Beverly Butcher Joyce Carrell Frances Clapp Virginia Cooper Jean DeMars Delaine Durden Sue Gardner Anita George Nancy Gower Bunny Griifin Sarah Grace Hagins Charlotte Hailey Betty Hays Brenda Harrison Peggy Pat Home Patricia Humphrey Helen Hunter Lanette Hutchins Mary Elizabeth Jackson Lew Marie Lacey Gretchen Long Jan Malsberger Mildred Matthews Margaret McClurkin Cherrye Montgomery Mary Lucy Moore Dolores Miller Jean Minter Ann Mullin Elizabeth Neel Patricia Noland Clara O ' Keeffe Emily Ann O ' Neill Virginia Price Betty Jean Rice Nancy B. Rice Claire Scoifield Madelyn Seay Marianna Seidleberg Helen Smith Teckla Stelling Jo Ann Terry Suzanne Twltty Marion Warren Sallie Westbrook Christine Whaley Nancy White Diane Williams BETA P H aeoraia alpha hapter Pi Beta Phi fraternity was founded at Monmouth College in 1867. There are now 100 active chapters in the United States and Canada. The pin is the golden arrow. The flower is the wine carnation and the colors are wine and silver blue. Georgia Alpha chapter was established on this campus in 1939. OFFICERS President ELIZABETH NEEL Vice-President NANCY BORZYNSKI RICE Corresponding Secretry FLORENCE GRIFFIN Recording Secretary VIRGINIA PRICE Treasurer MARY ELIZABETH JACKSON FIRST ROW: Warren. Addison. Westbrook. White. Matthews, Smith. O ' Neill, Minter. SECOND ROW: Price, DeMars. George. Acker. Moore, Clapp, Ward. THIRD ROW: Long, But:her. Twitty, Seidleberg, Burton, Roy. FOURTH ROW: Gower, Mullin. Gardner. Montgomery, Williams, Schofield. FIFTH ROW: lackson, Boardman, Noland, Durdin, Ma ' .sberger. SIXTH ROW: Neel, Terry, Hutchins, Griifin, Lacy, Miller. Hailey. SEVENTH ROW: Whaley, Boone. Seay, Home, Stelling. EIGHTH ROW: Carrell, Humphrey. Cooper. Blades. Harrison. Jackson. " " " - " ■■ MM sl £ » ■ Hfl V - - 7, ROSENTHAL. PINTCHUCK, DESSAUEH, STEINBEHG. LINCOLN ROLL Sonya Abelson Frances Alper Sara Berkman Sandra Bogen Sara Blum Rita Brickman Sara Dessauer Ann Eisenberg Elaine Estroff Ester Franzblau Shirley Hirsh Sharelyn Krawcheck Rita Lincoln Sara Ann Morris Miriam Paris Terry Pintchuck Joan Rosenthal Marian Segal Betty Sholk Selma Sommers Renee Steinberg Fay Syman Maxine Triest SIGMA DELTA T AU eta chapter Sigma Delta Tau was founded at Cornell University on March 25, 1924. Eta Chapter had its beginning on the University of Georgia campus in 1924 and the chapter was renewed in 1945. Twenty-eight active chapters of Sigma Delta Tau now function with cafe au lait and blue their colors and the tea rose their flower. Eta ' s tea rose blooms in 1949 with the opening of their first house and large pledge class. OFFICERS President RENEE STEINBERG Vice-President TERRY PINTCHUCK Recording Secretary JOAN ROSENTHAL Corresponding Secretary RITA LINCOLN Treasurer SARA DESSAUER FIRST ROW: Steinberg. Rosenthal, Dessauer. Pintchuck. SECOND ROW: Brickman, Triest, Morris, Syman. THIRD ROW: Berkman, Sholk. Eisenberg, Blum. FOURTH ROW: Krawcheck. Franzblau. Seigel. Lincoln. FIFTH ROW: Sommer, Estroff, Alper, Bogin, Albelson. PRESIDENT ANDREWS ALPHA EPSILON PI KAPPA SIGMA ROBERT SCHWARTZ BEN BOWMAN JOEL FRYER FRANK WATSON ALPHA GAMMA RHO LAMBDA CHI ALPHA HAROLD MANN NICK CHILIVIS ANDY McKIBBEN TED MALOY ALPHA TAU OMEGA PHI DELTA THETA JOHN ARNOLD HAL COFFER C. B. FULTON BOBBY MacARTHUR CHI PHI PHI EPSILON PI CHARLIE BARNWELL JOEL GOLDBERG ED ELLIS FRED RINGEL CHI PSI PHI KAPPA TAU BERT HESTER GEORGE MOORE BILL BURRON BILL SHEPPARD DELTA TAU DELTA PI KAPPA ALPHA PHIL NEWTON BARRY PHILLIPS MILTON MURRAY BOB ARGO KAPPA ALPHA PI KAPPA PHI JIM HAY TOM MATHERNE BOB BALFOUR wayne McDowell INTERFRATERNITY OFFICERS President JAMES A. ANDREWS Vice-President BOB REINHARDT Secretary THOMAS MATHERNE, JR. Treasurer L BERT HESTER c ounci t MATHERNE. ANDREWS. REINHARDT, AND HESTER RUSH WEEK BEGINS SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON JOHN TERREL JOHN SWIFT SIGMA CHI BILL SIMPSON JIM McLAIN SIGMA NU BOB REINHARDT JOE DURANT SIGMA PI HOLLIS JOHNSON JAMES STANFIELD TAU EPSILON PHI MENDEL ROMM HERBERT STOLOFF THETA CHI FORREST LASHLEY ROBERT BROWN wki alp net eta chapter hi ALPHA GAMMA of ... RHO ROLL lohn Anderson lack Buchanan Bob Bauerband Fred Brackin Joe Cannon Jamss Culpepper Bobby Dooley John Fuller Julian Gissendanner Jerry Dardigree Maloy Jones Harold Kelly Cornelius Lumsden Harold Mann Stephen McCoy Andy McKibben Kenneth Nims Merrill Newbans James Parish Tom Quarls Dru Alvin Russell William Worrell Cornelius Worrell Howard Young Alpha Eta of Alpha Gamma Rho was founded in 1927 . . . Restricts membership to agricultural stu- dents or students of related agricultural subjects . . . In 1947-48 held the highest scholastic average on the campus as well as being the highest among all thirty-two national chapters, and third among all fraternities in the nation. OFFICERS Noble Ruler WILLIAM H. WORRELL Vice-Noble Ruler JACK P. BUCH ANNAN Secretary CORNELIUS WORRELL Treasurer . JAMES G. CULPEPPER Chaplain __ JESSE C. LUMSDEN WOHREL. BUCHANAN. C. J. WORREL. CULPEPPER FIRST ROW: Cannon. C. J. Worrel, Buchanan, Bauorhand. Culpepper. SECOND ROW: W. H. Worrel, Rambo. McKibben. Pamsh, Brockin. THIRD ROW: Hardigree, McCoy. Russell. Anderson. Kelley. FOURTH ROW: Lundsden, Mann, Jones, Dudley. Gissendaner. omicron c l apter ALPHA EPS I LON of . . . P I ROLL Sol Abrams Ronald Avis Murray Asher Ramond Benson Arthur Bartell David Bergrin lack Chestney Larry L. Cohn Irvin M. Elkins Jerry H. Fields Richard Forman Joel J. Fryer Norman Friedman Donald Goldman Henry E. Goodman Jerry Heller Herbert Holzman Joseph J. Keller Bertram Kamlet William Krapf Harold L. Krieger Herbert Krumbein Jerome Kahn Eddie Kaminsky Max B. Klenberg Marvin P. Lazarus Xen Levinstein Jerome W. Levy Neilan B. Levy Alvin Levine William L. Levine David Mankin Arthur Merlin Edwin A. Miller Irwin C. Miller Jackie L. Mills Sidney Peskin Bernard M. Richman Robert I. Schwartz Phillip Slotin Bobby Spielberger Samuel H. Steigman Meredith J. Steinberg Arthur Young w 1 wvWuww V.1 V w » Alpha Epsilon Pi founded in 1913 at New York Uni- versity . . . Omicron Chapter at University of Georgia founded in 1926, the sixteenth fraternity on the cam- pus ... A. E. Pi has fifty-two active chapters, the greatest number of any Jewish fraternity in existence . . . Fraternity colors are blue and gold, and the flower is the yellow rose. OFFICERS Master JOEL FRYER Lt. Master HAROLD KRIEGER Exchequer NEILAND LEVY Recording Scribe IRWIN MILLER Corresponding Scribe MARVIN LAZARUS First Row: FRYER, KREIGER. Second Row: LAZARUS, LEVY, MILLER FIRST ROW: Spielberger, Heller, Kahn, Fields. Fryer. SECOND ROW: Steigman. Steinberg. Richman, I. Levy. Mills. THIRD ROW: E. Miller, Kessler. I. Levine. Lazarus. Merlin. FOURTH ROW: A. Levine. I. Miller. Kaminsky. Chestney. Elkins. FIFTH ROW: Forman. Kreiger, Asher, Schwartz, Goodman. SIXTH ROW: Mankin, Levinstein, Benson. Bartel, Slotin. SEVENTH ROW: Krapt, N. Levy, Young, Bergrin. Kamley. EIGHTH ROW: W. Levine, Holzman, Klenberg, Cohn, Avis. I )t s- . d ' at eoraia a aeora ALPHA T AU (pita Lta of . . . OMEGA Charlie R. Adams ]. D. Adams L. R. Akin John Starnes Adams lames Archer Herbert Ashmsre William F. Austin I. G. Avrett Walter Bakes Milton Edward Bearden Jack Brannen Francis Budreski Thomas Burns John Ciccarone Harold Tommy Cole Pat Collins Walter D. Crouch Ed Daniel James E. Drane Edward Drawdy Edward Dunn Charles Farnsworth Sam Frew C. B. Fulton John Garren Kenneth Grubbs John W. Harlrins William Harris Nelson Haslem Al. L. Hawk Bob Henning Richard Heslen Arnold Hicks Lee Paul Hudqins Gay Paul Keith Gene Lowery Carl Mankin George E. Mayer John McDorman Alton McFreeley Jim Milner A. J. Morris Leonard Murray Jean Na ' smith Dawscn Owens Joe Ozmer Robert Pitman Tom Poage E. L. Preetorious Richard T. Sanner John Scoggins Robert L. Sellers William L. S ' mons Richard D. Sims Wilmer Stewart Ralph Tankersley Bob Tutwiler Leu ' s VanPet ' .in George Louis Vaughan W. Wayne Walker William Walker William C. Watts John L. Wheeler Dan Wh ' tmire Pritchard Wilson Coy Williams Douglas C. Woodward BsssssUBBI ATO founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1865 . . . Georgia Alpha Beta established in 1878 . . . Publication is the PALM, flower is the white tea rose, and the colors are sky blue and old gold . . . Won first place in homecoming decoration contest in 1948 and second place in 1949 . . . Alpha Tau Omega boasts a national placement bureau. OFFICERS President DAWSON OWENS Vice-President LEONARD MURRAY Secretary J. G. AVRETT Treasurer RALPH TANKERSLEY OWENS, MURRAY, TANKERSLEY, AVRETT FIRST ROW: Whitmire. Brannon, Crouch, VanPettin, Wheeler. McFeelley. SECOND ROW: Daniel, Fulton. Harkins. Watts, Harris. Archer. THIRD ROW: Bearden, Williams. Simons, Milner, Farnsworth. Austin. FOURTH ROW: Drawdy, Wilson. J. D. Adams, Scoggins, C. R. Adams, Stewart. FIFTH ROW: Tankersley, Hicks, Hawk, Mayer, MaHatiey, Haslem. SIXTH ROW: Arnold, Vaughen, Ozner. Naismith, Cole. Pitman. SEVENTH ROW: Huggins. Heslen. Frew, Lowery, Ashmore. Dunn. EIGHTH ROW: Newton, P. Walker. Drane, Grubbs, Tutwiler, Mankin. NINTH ROW: Garren. Burns, Collins, Woodward, Murray. Bakes. TENTH ROW: Walker, Akin, Owens. ATren. ALPHA TAU OMEGA . . Strict . . WE RUSHED . ELECTED A " SWEETHEART " WON SECOND PLACE LOOKED FOR RELIEF I fWtk I y J . GAVE A SEWER PARTY . . AND A CHRISTMAS PARTY THERE WERE SONGS AND SKITS HIM AGAIN CHI PHI Strict p5 A, t - A- ' ■ £ : ■v Wk « IT 19 1 M F | i P I . 1 1 I- " IF 11 y ... ta chapter of . C H I PH p — ) ROLL Charles Barnwell Jerry Bowen Charles Brown Bill Brasson Phil Brandon Juddy Bostwick Madison Brower Lynn Chason lohny Clii ' .on Joe Cooper Leonard Cottinglm Don Crawford Lewis Carines Sherman Dantzler Hines Daniels Julian Davison Dan Dominey McCulley Drewry Milton Drewry Julian Daily Edward Ellis Bourker Floyd Billie George Collier Gladin Charles Guyer Jay Gardner Reginald Hancock Bernard Holcomb Tom Howard Jimmy Home McCulley Harris Chenau ' t Hailey Sam Inman Alex King Charles King Don Knighton Leo Lynch Finley McMillen Fonville McWhorter George McWhorter Jimm Mofiett Pete McCurry Bob Maytag Jack Nee Charles Newton Waller Nelson Morris Notrica Charles Nunnally Charles Perry Dan Plaster Eston Perkins Sam Ransom Bill Rankin Tommy Roberts Dan Stretch Charles Shackelford Jim Stanford Ccurtland Smith Melvin Thompson Tommy Thompson Lacey Thompson Charlton Theus Willie Westbrook Jim Ward Lewis Whitehead Don Walters Bob Watkins Shade Young Founded at Princeton University in 1825, Chi Phi is the oldest national fraternity . . . Eta Chapter, estab- lished in 1 867 as the second fraternity on the Georgia campus, claims among its charter members, such notables as John Donaldson, Henry Grady, Louis LeConte, and Benjamin Hell. Its floral emblem is the sun flower and its colors are scarlet and blue. OFFICERS President .____ CHARLES BARNWELL Vice-President TOMMY THOMPSON Secretary JIMMY MOFFETT Treasurer REG HANCOCK Historian BOURKE FLOYD Custodian GEORGE McWHORTER BARNWELL, THOMPSON, MOFFET, McWHORTER KFt! o9, fr : «? tel .f la ' Floyd ' Moffet. Mrs. Irwin, Barnwell. McMillan, Nunnally. SECOND ROW: Gladen. Thompson. Stanford. Drewry, Clifton, Cairness. inip p J 9 W: J- ? ran !? 1 !- Roberts. Knighton. C. King, L. Whitehead. Danzler. FOURTH ROW: Crawford. Shackleford, Stretch, Rankin, Bostwick, Cottongin. . H ROW: Maytag, Holcomb, McWhorter, A. King. Brown. SIXTH ROW: C. Whitehead, Nee. SEVENTH ROW: Da ' ey. Gardner. Ward. Howard, George, Newton. EIGHTH ROW J. Davison. Walters, Watkins, P. Branson. Chasen, Cooper. NINTH ROW: Perkins. Guyer, McCurry, McMillen. Smith Harris. TENTH HOW: Hanson. Nelson. Ellis, Hues. Plaster, Theus. M. Thompson. Home. T. Thompson. F. McWhorter. ELEVENTH ROW: Westbrook. Lynch, Bowen. I a C H I Ipha alpha delta of . . . r b ROLL Forrest Alford Woody Ansley Mario Arteaga Eldred Barfield Jim Barton Shaw Bussey Mike Cantey Russell Cates Jim Coclin Ted Cox George Courtney Rod Davis John Davis George Drewry Tom Edwards Mallie Exley Reuben Garland Johnny Green Millard Grimes Harry Hancock Jim Harris Otis Harrison Bob Heins Bert Hester Sloan Hill Jack Hinson Walter Hoch lerry Hodges Jim Holland Bill Hutchinson Bill Jackson Fred Johnson Richard Langley Curtis Luckey Bob McCandlish Neil Meagher Willis Miller Buiord Parker Elwood Robison Horace Sasser Mickey Satcher Jack Scott J. D. Scott John Shirley Frank Smith Herb Steele Bob Stubbs Bill Sutton Edgar Trapnell Jack Turner Chi Psi was founded at Union College in 1841 . . . Oldest National Fraternity on campus, only Conservative National Fraternity at the University . . . Alpha Alpha Delta founded in 1890 . . . The magazine is the PURPLE AND GOLD, houses are called " Lodges " and colors are purple and gold . . . Alpha Alpha Delta won campus football champion- ship as well as campus cake race this year. OFFICERS President BERT HESTER Vice-President ELWOOD ROBISON Secretary NEIL MEAGHER Treasurer SLOAN HILL HILL, MEAGHER, ROBISON, AND HESTER FIRST ROW: Cox, Stubbs, Cantey, Holland, Cates. SECOND ROW: Robison, Sasser, Smith, Meagher, Hoch. THIRD ROW: Harrison, Shirley, Barfield, Grimes, Drewry. FOURTH FOW: Harris, McCandlish, Courtney, Jackson. Scott. FIFTH ROW: Trapnell, Miller, Green, Satche r, SIXTH ROW: Hester, Hancock, Langley, Davis, Ansley. SEVENTH ROW: Hill, Sutton, Davis, Arteaga. Luckey. CHI P S I na,D$ WE HAD A CHRISTMAS PARTY FOR THE KIDS . . . DELTA TAU DELTA Jfia ipd WE WON THE BLUE RIBBON AND PROMISED TO PAY OHR BILLS NEXT YEAR. . GOT A TELEVISION SET 4 beta delta chapter of- DELTA T AU DELTA s T 1 ROLL Tom L. Austin, Jr. John L. Berry Carlton B. Beusse Fred A. Bradely Raleigh E. Bryans J. Mercer Brown Girard N. Campbell William J. Clemmence L. Paul Cobb Grady N. Coker Walter G. Cook Tunis O. Crowley B. A. Culpepper, Jr. John T. Daniel, Jr. William T. Dean, Jr. Craig Gay John S. Green Marshall Hamilton William W. Harrison Lloyd Hitchock, Jr. Charles E. Hoover Eugene L. Home George E. Johnson Coy Johnston Jimmy W. Lanier, III. George H. Law, Jr. Iverson H. Lord, Jr. James D. Matthews William N. McElroy James Mitchell, Jr. Charles N. Mock Harris C. Mooney Bill Morrison Robert C. Mulligan John E. Mullis Milton H. Murray Philip Newton Willis P. Parkins Charles R. Payne Charles N. Petteway Marion T. Pharr William A. Powell Jack H. Pulley William P. Rabun, Jr. Thomas E. Rawles Robert L. Reeves Buddy Richardson John A. Russell David W. Salter Tommy M. Salter, III. Wilbur F. Scott Robert M. Sessions Robert O. Shannon Bob Shepard George W. Spear, Jr. J. Frank Sprouse, Jr. Julian T. Stewart, Jr. John E. Tarpley, Jr. C. R. Thompson George Thompson Bob Troup Thomas R. Vermillion, Jr. William F. Volk, Jr. John M. Walker William H. Wallace, Jr. William R. Walker Hal F. Weller Thomas J. Westbrook Nelson C. Westbrooks, Jr. Garland G. Wilds Charles M. Williamson William A. Zorn Delta Tau Delta founded in 1859 at Bethany College, and united with Rainbow Society in 1886 . . . Beta Delta Chapter established at Georgia in 1882, the eighth fraternity on the campus . . . The flower is the Iris, the colors are purple, white and gold, and the Magazine is the RAINBOW . . . Beta Delta Chapter won the homecoming decoration at Georgia in the present school year. OFFICERS President MILTON H. MURRAY Vice-President CHARLES E. HOOVER Secretary JOHN E. MULLIS Treasurer JOHN E. TARPLEY, JR. MURRAY, HOOVER, TARPLEY, AND MULLIS FIRST ROW: Mooney, Petteway, Scott, McElroy, Troupe. SECOND ROW: Mullis, Johnston, Branch, Parkins, Harrison. THIRD ROW: Tarpley, Reeves, Crowley, C. R. Thompson, Walker. FOURTH ROW: Zorn, Rawls, Daniels, Rabun. Hamilton. FIFTH ROW: Sessions. Salter, Matthews, Sprouse, Home. SIXTH ROW: Murray, Wallace, Bradley. Culpepper. Dean. SEVENTH ROW: Wilds, Morrison. Hoover. Brown, Newton. EIGHTH ROW: Spear, Green. Law. J I I I c I ■ I ■«? % amma c hcipter of . • • KAPPA ALPHA ROLL Beverly Allen Asbury Eugene E. Asbury George P. Atkinson Charles Banks George McLeod Banks Robert C. Balfour Thomass S. Bentley William A. Bides John D. Bolton William Bowen Donald Brown lames Brown Joseph D. Buchanan Hilliard P. Burt Lindley M. Camp Edgar Chambers Randolph Champion Donald Channell Emmitt Coleman Wilby C. Coleman Thomas G. Cousins Weyman O. Creel Thomas Cunningham Quincy L. Darbyshire George David Cornelius Davis Joseph Deaderick David R. Dillinger Robert R. Dunlap C. David Ebersole Joseph W. Ferguson Richard M. Fraxier J. Boiling Gay Sam Graham Glover Lauren H. Goldsmith William L. Grayson Henry G. Harry James E. Hay Guthrie G. Henderson Harry Hogan Harry Howell Tryon Huggins Neale T. Huff Jay C. Hutchins George H. Isley James O. Jackson Wilkins Kirby W. Washington Larson Wilder G. Little Leon Lovett James Major Carlton H. Mell John H. Mobley Thomas M. McComb Joseph McGinty Eugene McNatt Harold M. Morris Robert Mott Sam H. Nickerson Bluiord B. Page Richard E. Perry Vance Sterling Pitzer Joe Ben Powell Theodore D. Roberts William Selman T. Thomas Shealey Charles Shaw Robert Simpson Robert Stephenson James Thomas William R. Thomas David Tift Robert Tift H. Harrison Til ' man Isiah H. Tillman William Towson C ' arence Tutt Zack Varnedoe Heyward Watson Powell H. Watson Robert V. Wheeler James Whitlock Hoyt H. Whelchel George Williams Terrell Wmgfleld Kappa Alpha was founded at Washington and Lee in 1865 ... for promotion and continuation of South- ern ideals and traditions . . . Gamma Chapter at Georgia founded in 1868, the third fraternity on the campus . . . The magazine is the JOURNAL, the flowers are the Magnolia and Red Rose, and the colors are crimson and gold. OFFICERS I JAMES E. HAY II R. C. BALFOUR, III III E. E. ASBURY IV ZACK VARNADOE, JR. V T. BOLLING GAY VI H. HARRISON TILLMAN VARNADOE, ASBUHY, BALFOUR, AND HAY FIRST ROW: C. Banks. Dunlap. Ebersale, Bidez. Atkinson, Howell. SECOND ROW: Nickerson, Bolton. Thomas, Dowling, Watson, Glover. THIRD ROW: Hay. Chambers, Grayson, Miss Jean Sutherland, Mrs. Carithers. Bowen, little. FOURTH ROW: Sutline, Shaw, Henderson, Gay, E. Coleman, Cunningham, Balfour. FIFTH ROW: I. H. Tillman. Bentley, Wingtield. Coleman, Powell. B. Asbury, H. H. Tillman. SIXTH ROW: Deaderick, B. Thomas. Creel, Williams. David. Varnedoe, Huggins. Stephenson. SEVENTH ROW: D. Brown. Selmen, Shealy, Burt, Pitzen, Isley. Frazer. EIGHTH ROW. E. Asbury, Ferguson, McComb, Harry, ]. Brown. McCombs, Tutt, McNatt: NINTH ROW: Whelcher, Simpson, Camp, H. Watson. Majors. Page, G. Banks. TENTH ROW: Morris. Cousins. Dillinger. Mobley. Kirby, Larsen. Buchanan, Yates. ELEVENTH ROW: J. Henderson. Tifl. Towsen. Channel. KAPPA ALPHA na ipd . . . THE SOUTH SHALL RISE AGAIN . . . HEADY FOR THE FORMAL . .YA GOTTA KNOW HOW TO GET AROUND 1 1 ; iir 1 m ) — — r V ! 1 - i ;• J i i • NOTHING BUT COCA-COLA BOTTLES . HOW WELL WE REMEMBER OUR FOOTBALL TEAM . . THE " PASSION PIT " KAPPA SIGMA AND OUR CONQUESTS nct p6 .■-:■ ,. ;;»■■■, ■■•■?;v, v beta lambda ckaptei ipi KAPPA .SIGMA ROLL John W. Anthony joe W. Bagwell Don Ballard Cliff Barnes Bill Bonsy George F. Boney Bennie C. Bowman John B. Butts Lon Carnes George S. Cato Ralph Chamblee Gerald Childs Robert M. Cobb John H. Cook Joe D. Cross Thomas D ' Alessio Herman Daniels Eddie L. Davidson James E. Drake Bill M. Dunn Don C. Fendler Tom R. Fulgham BUI F. Gallienne Angelo A. Grills Clarence Hardigree Paul G. Harper James T. Heery Rav Hendricks Robert Henry Charles M. Hilderbrand Robsrt A. Hite Robert F. Howalt Anton Huber Ray Jenkins Frank F. Jolly Obie F. Jones Robert T. Kane Owen T. Kenan Jack Kenimer Barrington King John P. Latimer Paul D. Leverett Robert Martin James N. Mauriccourt Ray McMillian Dan C. Moody Ray F. Munson Cecil E. Murdock Jack Murdock B:U E. Pace Gerald R. Parkerscn Tom C. Parry Robert L. Pearce Bill C. Peters Jin C. Pullin Ralph Rodgers Albert F. Rushton Charles E. Sea ' on Bix Shoemaker Bill R. Spears John Stiner Bill L. Taylor Jack C. Toombs Jim Tucker Rhett Turnisoeed Gudm-nd Vigtel Frank T. Wa ' son Paul R. Wholey Rogers M. Wi ' liams Jerome Woods Beta Lambda of Kappa Sigma was established on the Georgia campus in 1901 . . . Has been a leader in intra-mural sports and a strong contender for the Governor ' s Trophy several times . . . Recently moved to a house on Prince, and plans are being drawn up for the erection of a new house across from Fine Arts. OFFICERS Grand Master JOHN B. BUTTS Grand Procurator JIM C. PULLIN Grand Master of Ceremonies BIX SHOEMAKER Treasurer TOM C. PARRY Scribe DAN C. MOODY ROW: Butts, Pullin. SECOND ROW: Moody, Parry, Shoemaker FIRST ROW: Watson, Fendler, Anothondy, Heery, Dunn, George Boney. SECOND ROW: Leverett, Howalt, Toombs, Hilderbrand, Jolly, D ' Alessio. THIRD ROW: Lattimer, Parkenson. Kane, Cook, Moody, Whaley. FOURTH ROW: Butts, Bagwell, Tucker, Fulgrum, Taylor, Grilles. FIFTH ROW: Bill Boney, McDanlel, Jack Murdock, Jones, Kenimer, Williams. SIXTH ROW: Ed Murdock, Cross, McMillan, Mauriocourt, Munson, Kenemir. SEVENTH ROW: Harper, Pullin, Barnes, Drake, Bowman. Parry. EIGHTH ROW: King, Cobb, Cato, Chamblee. Peters, Hendricks. NINTH ROW: Shoemaker, Childs, Jenkins, Turnispeed, Pierce. nu zeict ta chapter oP . . LAMBDA C H I ALPHA ROLL George M. Abney less Addison Anderson lames A. Andrews Myeon J. Andrews Albert B. Arrington Roswell J. Atkinson Donald E. Barnett John B. Bennett Alvin A. Bodine John A. Boykin George M. Brandon John J. Bruner Malcolm B. Callender Charles H. Chappas Charles H. Chappas Nickolus P. Chilivis Ira Q. Cobb Goerge Copans George T. Cornett lames H. Crawford Robert E. Daniel Earl I. Davis Thomas H. Dollar William W. Evans Nick J. Feher Clark L. Fincher Henry I. Ford Ralph W. Fountain lames C. Glenn Thomas L. Glenn lames C. Harper William E. Hendricks lack W. Hill Oscar Palmour Hollis Edward D. Hood Daniel H. Howard George A. Howzard Pryor L. Howard Paul B. Huckeby William F. Irwin Joseph Jackura loe L. Jordan Hillyer C. King Troy Knight. Jr John W. Lane Maurice T. Little Thomas A. Lysett Minor T. Maloy Thomas I. Majors James D. Mathews Gwinn N. Mobley Edward E. Montgomery Arthur A. Morrison Henry A. Mote. Jr. Jewel Y. Nash Paul K. Newton Hiram T. Nichols James P. Parker John E. Patat Ray A. Prosperi James B. Pruitt James F. Reed Van T. Renick William H. Rhodes Waler L. Robinson Robert H. Rowe George K. Sandman Ewin C. Seitz Raleigh H. Sims Charles C. Smith Gerald Stallings William G. Sutlive Ernest G. Tanner James R. Taylor George N. Thomas. Jr. Edward N. Thompson Jack L. Touchtone Jack A. Turner Thomas G. Walker Wyna B. Watson John F. Welch Weldon B. Whitley Paul R. Williams James W. Woodard William H. Wright Henry L. Zettrouer Lambda Chi Alpha, the largest of the social fraterni- ties, started Nu Zeta at Georgia in 1915, the four- teenth fraternity on the campus. Sponsored last year the annual formal which was attended by 600 per- sons . . . Won the campus basketball title for the third straight year and placed high in other sports. OFFICERS President JAMES A. ANDREWS Vice-President OSCAR P. HOLLIS Secretary ROSWELL J. ATKINSON Treasurer WYNA B. WATSON New Pres. MINOR T. MALOY First Row: ATKINSON. MALOY. WATSON. Second Row: ANDREWS AND HOLLIS FIRST ROW: Mobley. Lane. Hendricks, Irwin, Crawford. Patat, Barnett. SECOND ROW: Hill. Knight, Lysette. Wright, Williams, Nash, P. L. Howard. THIRD ROW: Taylor. Sutiive. Robinson. Fincher. Hollis. Anderson. FOURTH ROW: Bennett. Rhodes, Chilivis, Atkinson, Watson. Nichols, I. Glenn. FIFTH ROW: Thomas, Stallings, Arrington, Dollar, Walker. Parker. Bruner, Reniek. SIXTH ROW: Mote Reed, Boykin. Sims. Brandon. Sandman. SEVENTH ROW: Matthews. M. Andrews, Majors, Montgomery, Whitley. Malloy. EIGHTH ROW: Cornett, Fountain, D. Howard, Copans, Tanner. NINTH ROW: Touchtone, Morrison, ittrouer, Newton, Pruitt. LAMBDA CHI ALPHA . nciK 5 AND DANCED . . 12:00 MIDNIGHT . . . AND STILL ANOTHER PAHTY PHI DELTA THETA naios ip; aeoraia uip Ipna en apter • • • P H DELTA TH ET A ROLL Jack Acree Tom Adams Harris Baldwin Harry Bailey Gus Barksdale Whiley Beckwith Tom Bell Pete Bittick Guy Blackmon Buck Birdsong Bobby Burto Lee Bush Clifiord Campbell Pete Carter Bill Cherry Dick Chew Creason Clayton Hal Cofer Eugene Cook Jim Cox John Cowart Charlie Crawford Zack Cravey Carter Crittendon Bob Daniel Ned Daniel Harold Dellinger Beverly Doland Carl Edge Bill Fisch Tommy Fitzgerald Jack Folks Bob Forio Ed Forio Ed French Mack Garrison Jo hn Guess Frank Halter Claude Haugabook Zack Hayes Charlie Heard Eddie Hennings Nat Hill Emory Holland Lee Lamai Roy Lambeth Ernest Lee Al Leslie Kendrick Lewis Bill Lippincott Mayo Livingston Joe Looper Bob Lundy Bobby Mac Arthur Arthur Maddox L. A. Marsha Collier Martin Jim Martin Chuck Maurice Walter Mitchell Danny Moore Gould Mosely Herby Murray Johnny Myrick Wilbur Owens Mike Parlser Dick Parks Johnny Peters Dick Phillips Jimmy Proctor Bob Pursley Bill Reddford Elbert Reeves J. B. Ryner Bob Sanders Jack Short Rousey Simmons Troy Simmons Dala Smith Jim Smith Lafayette Stanton Paul Thompson Buddy Tragedies George Turner Albert Wallace Howard Wallace Ramsey Way Jim Whaley Founded at the University of Miami in 1848 . . . Georgia Alpha, established at Georgia in 1871, is the fourth oldest fraternity on campus . . . Since founding, Georgia Alpha has led in social, athletic, scholastic, and extra-curricular fields . . . Highliahts of social year include annual Bowery Ball and Spring Formal and Houseparty . . . Plan to erect new Georgian-style Chapter House on corner of Baxter and Lumpkin in the near future. OFFICERS President HAL LEWIS COFER Vice-President EUGENE COOK Treasurer BOB WARNOCK Secretary HOWARD WALLACE Sandy Horton Ben Jernigan Tom Johnson Steve Knight John Wilcox Jack Williams Seamon Williams Goodloe Yancey Glenn York OWENS, H. WALLACE, WARNOCK, COFER 1 3 1 LbbiH 1 WmwL FIRST ROW: Looper. Marsha. Hayes. Dolan, Reeves. SECOND ROW: Simmons, Crawford. Cofer. Miss Faye Scott. H. Wallace. Owens. Phillips. THIRD ROW MacArthur, Blackmon, Chew, Whalev, Beckwith. R. Forio. N. Daniel. Horton. FOURTH ROW: Cowart. Way, Campbell, Myrick, Lundy, Peters. FIFTH ROW Fisch, Leslie, A. Wallace, Haugabook. Sanders, Simmons. SIXTH ROW: I. Martin. Dellinger, Livingston. Garrison. Heard. J. Smith, Jernigan. SEVENTH ROW Broctor. Edge. Lipincott. Mitchell, Wilcox, Bell, Warnock. EIGHTH ROW: Gums, York, Parker. Turner. Cravey. Halter, French. NINTH ROW: Adams, Wil Hams. Radford, Maddox. D. Smith. TENTH ROW: Hill. HoUand, Tregellas, Bittick, Lambert. R. Daniel. Burts, Moseley. Lamar, Cox. ELEVENTH ROW: Critten don, Maurice, Folks, Lee. mu a ha ter ipi P H EPS I LON P H ROLL Bob Brail Marshall Hirsch David A. Byck Donald Joel Adrian Cohen. Jr. Robert Joel Charles Collat Edward Kirstein Julius Edel Lee Kurh Nathan Farber Richard Lipshutz Leonard Farkas Sidney J. Marcus Eddie Gariinkel Fred Ringel Herbert Gilbert Henry Sckwob Joel Goldberg Harry Smith Alvin Gordon Beryl Weiner Albert Greenstone Morris WhiJick Charles Held Organized in 1904 at the College of the City oi New York, Phi Epsilon Pi was founded as a non-sectarian organization . . . Mu Chapter, Phi Eps oldest unit, was organized in 1898 as the E. D. S. society, and in 1915 merged with the national fraternity to become the twelfth fraternity on the campus . . . Mu Chapter has won over twenty scholastic trophies in the past twenty-five years, and has placed men on every honorary organization on the campus . . . Sponsors annual " tea party " . OFFICERS Superior MARSHALL HIRSCH Vice-Superior ROBERT JOEL Treasurer .__ DAVID A. BYCK Rec. Secretary _ __. __ __ JULIUS EDEL Corres. Secretary FRED RINGEL BYCK. HIHSCH, GOLDBERG. AND EDEL FIRST ROW: Gordon. Schwartz, Fabor. SECOND ROW: Kuhr. Smith, Hold. THIRD ROW: Gilbert. Byck, Kerstoin. FOURTH ROW: Schwob, Greenstone. Gar- iinckle. FIFTH ROW: Farcus, Collat. Goldberg. SIXTH ROW: Lipshutz. Brail. Whitlock. SEVENTH ROW: Edel, Mrs. Florette Micheal, Hirsch. PHI EPSILON PI • ♦ . . WE GOT A NEW HOUSE. . . CONVERTED A YANKEE. nci f?5 L mJ|| ft ' Lflhf a 9ft . y j fl BL —- . THHEW SOME PARTIES STUDIED . AND WHO KNOWS WHAT THIS IS. naDA HORRAY FOR DIGGIE HORRAY AT LAST " Ha . . . GOOD NEWS TONIGHT. . tph ci mu a hupter pi p I KAPPA ALPHA ROLL Walter Angel Robert E. Argo Bryan Ayrss lames Baker Lamar Ball William Barber Carl Battle Dewey Benefield Ernest Bennett Robert Bibbings Wendell Bobbitt Tcm Broadrick William Brown Wil iam Carter Charlie Carter Tom Clayton Lauren Coile Joe Conine Macon G. Core Hendrick Cromartie Andrew Crowe Charlie Davis Kenneth Dawes Braswell Deen John Duke Richard Durham J. E. Edmondson J. Rex Edmondson Albert Findig Edwin Fendig Neal Fendig Warren Fortson Jonathan Fox Harold Friedman James Gibbs Georga Gibson Charles E. Greiner John E. Griffin Tenney Griffin Frank Grizzell Bill Gairns Bob Gaims Jack Johnson Bert Jones Bill Jones John Kennedy Scotty Latty Buddy Lee Clewis Leggitt Pondelee Leotis Charlie Lewis Ed Lewis Jack McGinty Terry McGowan Bill McRae Don McCall Dan Martin Donald Martin Fred Marshall Carlton Massey Ernest Martinez Earl May Chuck Magoni Claude Meadow Bruce Myers Bobby Morris Forrest Nsely Eugene Ostell Barry Phillips Bill Poole Bill R. Powell Wil ' iam E. Powell Duncan Randall Lanier Randall Bill Riley Roy Robinson Robert Robinson Gerald Sawyer Don Schanche Don Schueler Robert Sharpless John Strobel Milton Stubbs Roland Stubbs Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at the University of Virginia, March 1, 1868 . . . Alpha Mu Chapter established on Georgia campus in 1908, the eleventh fraternity here . . . The magazine is THE SHIELD AND DIAMOND, garnet and gold are the colors, and the flower is the lily of the valley. OFFICERS President ROBERT ARGO Vice-President HAROLD WALRAVEN Secretary CHARLIE LEWIS Treasurer ROY ROBINSON Frank Hagan James Haile Robert Harmon Carl Hamron Andrew Hill Robert Hill James Hogg Robert Hollingsworth Delma Hudson Douglas Hunter Chazz Hyatt Glean Hyde Frank Irvin Gene Jackson Jack Jackson Chick Shiver Ben Sutton Paul Stephens Al Thompson Lou Thompson Charlie Tolleson William Townsend Jim Trapnell Charlie Van Diviere Ray Walker Harold Walraven Baxter Webb Thaxter Webb Wallace Wilkins Jimmy Worrall Jim Young ARGO, WALHAVEN, ROBINSON, LEWIS FIRST ROW: Johnson, A. Fendig. Baker, C. Davis, C. Harmon, G. Jackson, Neely, Stephens, Ball, McRae. SECOND ROW: Dawes, Leggitt, W. E. Powell, Roy Robinson, Mrs. Woods, Argo, Walraven, Friedman, Hunter, Durham, Fortson. THIRD ROW: Bill lones. Rex Edmondson. Benefield, Kennedy, Hudson, Latty, T. Webb, Don Martin, Fox, May, Myers, Massey. FOURTH ROW: Sawyer, Leotis, Grizell, Sharpless, C. Carter, Riley, Haile, Core, B. Webb, Ed Edmondson. Meadow. FIFTH ROW: Copeland, Conine, Worrall, Schueler. Lee, Martinez, Bibbings, J. Jackson. Irwin, Angle. SIXTH ROW: Sccanche, Bill R. Powell, D. Randall. Ayres. Gibbs. R. Hill. Bert Jones. Battle, Hyatt, N. Fendig. SEVENTH ROW: Cromartie, Van Diviere, Sutton, Marshall, Crowe. Barber. E. Fendig. McGinty. i P H KAPPA T AU ROLL Bryan L. Allen Palmer Ansley Amos Barfield John Bedford Horace B. Bibb. Jr. Woodson Binford William Cook Cliff Etheridge Russell D. Findley lames A. Hackett John R. Hardin Gene Kelly Tom S. Lipham. Jr. Henry G. Mealing, Jr. Burton S. Middlebrooks John R. Mills. Jr. George C. Moore Edwin Moses Edward Moses W. L. McKenxie Bill Nelson Gordon Osley Linton Phillips Tom Polatty John D. Purcell Carl S. Pyrdum Reid Rediera Hohn F. Ricketson. Jr. John A. Sheppard William Sheppard Sid Simmons Carl P. Smith John Stillwell Raymond F. Thomas. Jr. Calvin Usher Robert Earl Yarbrough Phi Kappa Tau was founded at Miami University in 1906 and now has sixty-five active chapters and colonies. . . Local colony established at Georgia in 1948. . . Colors are harvard red and old gold, flower is the red carnation, and its magazine is the LAUREL. OFFICERS President GEORGE MOORE Vice-President BURT MIDDLEBROOKS Secretary BOB YARBROUGH Treasurer REID REDFERN REDFERN, YARBROUGH, MIDDLEBROOKS. AND MOORE FIRST ROW: Findly. Yarbrough, Moore. Middlebrooks. SECOND ROW: Osley. Simmons. Mealing. Hackett. THIRD ROW: Phillips. Bibb, W. Sheppard, Bins- lord. FOURTH ROW: Smith, J. Sheppard. Purcell, Pyrdum. FIFTH ROW: Kelly. Usher, Lipham. Allen. SIXTH ROW: Hardin. Cook, Ricketson. SEVENTH ROW: Thomas, Mills, Boriield, Moses. 6 4 v p I lambda chapter KAPPA .PHI ROLL Chuch Amick lack Boston Emmet Bearden Bob Bourne Norman Burkett Harry Chastain Harry Chew Albert Clark J. B. Clark H. T. Clifton David Cook Jimmie Cowart Herman Davis Al Delillo Walter Dunwoody Joe Edwards Don Farrell Richard F. Graves Bill Haley John Hanna Hugh Harless Jimmy Harp Ed Henlsy Bill Herring Leonard Hotchkiss George Jackson Ray Jenson L. B. Kent Peter Kniskern Leroy Langston Jim Malsburget Tom Matheme Wayne McDowell Larry McLrod Jimmy McMillan Jimmie Merrit Connie Miller Jack Minch Lamar Murdough Ray Newton Bill Patterson Billy Patterson Jim Roberts Jim Rollins John Seanor Frank Scarlett Sam Slade Fred Stealy Carlton Thomas Leslie Thompson Charles Wells Thomas West Ed Wilson Walter Withers Fred Wooten Pi Kappa Phi, founded at the College of Charleston, has established strong chapters in leading colleges of the nation, four in the state of Georgia. Its pur- pose is to promote fellowship, encourage excellence in scholarship, and to inculcate in its brothers the highest ideals of Christanity and citizenship . . . Pi Kapps on the faculty of the University of Georgia include J. Wallace Butts, Dean S. Walter Martin, James W. Banner, Charles J. Brockman, Wm. C. Davis, Jr., Reuben J. Gambrell, and R. G. Henry. OFFICERS Archon J. B. CLARK and RICHARD GRAVES Treasurer NORMAN BURKETT Secretary JOE EDWARDS Historian HARRY CHEW Warden JIMMY McMILLAN Chaplain JIMMY HARP FIRST ROW: Burkett, Clarke, Edwards. SECOND ROW: Graves, McMillan, and Harpe FIRST ROW: Whitaker. Olmstead, Mrs. W. O. Payne, Rhinehardt, Durant. SECOND ROW: McMillan, Jackson, Pritchard, Larkins. THIRD ROW: Alexander, Holland, Frazier, Knight. FOURTH ROW: Hatcher. Murphy, Rhodes, Hock. FIFTH ROW: Scoggins, Harris, Peters. Rollison. SIXTH ROW: Agaton, Young, Allen, Bradley. SEVENTH ROW: Wright, Groves, Hill, Mcintosh, Martin. EIGHTH ROW: Robert W. Smith, Jackson, Norwell, Waters. NINTH ROW: Hodgson, BeU, Van, Bowen. TENTH ROW: Greer, Tood, Stevenson, Jones, Patterson. ELEVENTH ROW: Wynn, Hurst, Smoot, Hampton. TWELFTH ROW: Cole, Parker, M. E. Warren, Ford. THIRTEENTH ROW: Gunter, Wilson, Scoggins, Davis, L. Alexander. George. PI KAPPA PHI + na ip6 A TERRIFIC THERE WAS WE ELECTED A SPONSOR. AND HAD AN ENGLISH STUDENT. WE HAD A TERRIFIC . HOMECOMING DECORATION . AND A HOMECOMING BREAKFAST . OUR MAGNOLIA BALL SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON ... " naps A f " wm ' b lttfl 1 _ " 1 ] WL» - " " 1 bet a a hapter ipi of . . . SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Andy E. Andrews Mote A. Andrews James E. Bathune Joe B. Bergen James G. Brown Marion Bridges Mack Butler Thomas U. Butts Dan C. Cabaniss Charles E. Campbell Samuel A. Cann Marvin 1. Carpenter Elton Cary Helon L. Chichester Harold G. Clarke Robert Collins Edwin E. Cowart Fred E. Cox George M. Crawford Paul C. Cushman Fred C. Davison James DeLaPerriere James C. Dudley Ned B. Eisinhardt Robert L. Etheridge Frank Faulk Robert F. Fincher William Fleming Bob H. Gambrell Neil Gillis Miles M. Goldsmith ROLL Harry D. Graves Jack D. Gray Joe W. Ham ilton James G. Hardee Dick Hargrove James E. Hendrix James Hickey James Hooten Robert E. Hulver Tom P. Hutcheson Hershel W. Hollis Dan E. Hudson William B. Jackson Robert B. Johnson Julian R. Jones William B. Jones William H. Jordan William K. Kelt Stewart Knight Charles A. Krumrine Shelby R. Lastinger Preston B. Lewis Bernard Logan William B. Loh Robert Lyons Harry H. McNeil Charles T. Montford Dave T. Montford George Montgomery Ralph B. Murray Lem Nevil Will Hill Newton William Mac Newton Frank K. Norton Pat Persons Inman Phillips Homer S. Price Richard H. Quinn Lane J. Reeves Allen J. Rue Richard D. Russell Jack H. Sanders Warren P. Sewell Richard C. Shaw Walter L. Solms Tames L. Souter Harold T. Spiers George Stellges Thomas J. Stephen Ray Stephens Tom M. Stubbs John H. Swift John Terrell John W. Walker Charles A. Waters George A. Watson James A. Weir D. Neil Wickham Charles D. Wood William L. Woodard George C. Woodruff William Young Austin Eason Beta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon founded in 1865, was the first fraternity on the University of Georgia campus ... It is today one of the strongest of the 187 chapters of the nation ' s largest college fraternity . . . Won the Governor ' s race for the thir- teenth time in fifteen years, and thereby retired its fourth Governor ' s Trophy . . . Held the annual Mag- nolia Ball. OFFICERS President TOM HUTCHESON Vice-President JOHN TERRELL Secretary JOHN SWIFT Treasurer . DOUG GRAVES SWIFT, GRAVES, TERRELL, AND HUTCHESON FIRST ROW: Hardee, Wickham, B. Montiord, Mrs. McCollough. Stellges, Woodard. SECOND ROW: Cowalt, Butts, Walker, Watson, R. Jones, M. Andrews. THIRD ROW: Stubbs, Brown, Swift, Johnson, Hamilton, B. Newton. FOURTH ROW: Lastinger, Gray, Woodruff D. Montford Hollis Souther. FIFTH ROW: Eason Butler, B. Jones, Hudson, Spears, Norton. SIXTH ROW: Waters, Kelt, Gambrell, Bethune, Quinn, DeLaPerriere. SEVENTH ROW: Solms, Knight, Chi- chester, Jordan, Price, Cabiniss. EIGHTH ROW: Wier, Wood, W. H. Newton, Hendrix, Loh, Lyons. NINTH ROW: Sanders, Collins, Crawford, Murray, A. Andrews, Clark. TENTH ROW: Hickey, Shaw, Stephens, McNeil, Goldsmith, Stevens. ELEVENTH ROW: Sewell, Cox, Eisenhardt, Krumrine, Carpenter, Fleming. TWELFTH ROW: Rue, Bergen, Davison, Young, Reeves, Graves. THIRTEENTH ROW: Doc Banks, Terell, Huchison, Campbell, Fencher, Hulver, Cushman. SIGMA delta chapter of . . . CHI Laurie K. Abbot Roy L. Askins Stell B. Askew Roy Bealy, Jr. H. Sanley Benson, Jr. Marvin R. Benson Thomas H. Bond John S. Bowlidge Thomas G. Bowlan John M. Bowling William R. Brown Hiram E. Camp. Jr. Jack R. Catchart Sam W. Chance. Jr. Halrold R. Chapman Paul W. Chapman, Jr. Charles L. Church John E. Clark Carswell H. Cobb Richard M. Cofer Albert R. Coram Garnett Daniel Neal F. Daniel Wallace K. Dekle Edgar H. DeLoach Frank M. DeLoach Tom Fort Ed Franklin Henry F. Gober, Jr. Ernest Godwin George C. Gould Rowland E. Greaory Dan C. Groover ROLL John O. Groover Richard J. Gulledge Newell M. Hamilton George R. Harvey, III. Bob Henderson Robert T. Henderson Phillip H. Herndon Francis S. Hipps William Hobgood Fred W. Hodges Robert L. Hodges Ernest B. Holditch O. W. Hooks Hubert H. Howard John B. Humphrey Charles S. Hunt Lamar J. Jackson, Jr. Thomas C. Johnson. Jr. Wyalt M. Johnson John G. Kennedy, Jr. John W. Kennedy Claude H. Leasman Wallace A. Lewis Homer A. Lowe Ernest A. Lowe James M. McEachem. Jr. Lamar S. McGinn ' s, Jr. Emory H. McKinnon. Jr. James P. McLain, Jr. Sam R. Monroe, Jr. James T. Morris James F. Olliif, Jr. David H. Owen James E. Partee Jewell C. Paul Jacob H. Paulsen John F. Paulsen D. O. Pearce Joseph E. Pryor Garnett G. Puett, Jr. James M. Rackley Robert E. Reddick Cecil H. Rediern, Jr. Robert J. Reed William B. Ritchie Richard E. Rowe Robert L. Schuessler Don F. Sharpley George C. Shoptaw William A. Simpson Clyde Smith, Jr. Herbert W. Smith Stephen J. Stephens James E. Stewart Huelett Sumlin Cleon C. Tankersley George O. Taylor Claude W. Tidwell Jesse G. Tippins Grayson L. Trapnell Jack H. Usher Maurice E. Waggoner Hal C. Waters William T. What ley Austin B. Williams William B. Witcher Delta Chapter was established at Georgia in 1872, the fifth on the campus . . . Held the Governor ' s Trophy for 1947-48 . . . Had the highest scholastic average of all chapters in the Southeastern Province of Sigma Chi . . . Sponsored the annual Sigma Chi Derby . . . Purchased a lot on the corner of Baxter and Lumpkin for the erection of a new chapter house in the near future. OFFICERS President HUBERT H. HOWARD Vice-President ROBERT J. REED Secretary CARSWELL H. COBB Treasurer JESSE G. TIPPINS HOWARD, REID, COBB3, AND TIPPENS FIRST ROW: Tippins, Mrs. Bailey. Howard, Miss Mary Elizabeth Harmon, Reed, lohn Paulson. SECOND ROW: Paul, Harvey, Ritchie. Coier, McEachern. Usher, Hodges. THIRD ROW: Whatley, Akins. Sharpley, Gulledge. Hamilton, Carhcart, Wainwright. FOURTH ROW: Franklin. Pryor, T. Johnson, Godwin, McManus, Lewis, lay Paulson. FIFTH ROW: Humphries. McLain, Camp, Leasman, Merola, McGinnis. SIXTH ROW: McKinnon, W. Johnson. Rackley, Mc- Cauley, Adams, Abbott, R. T. Henderson. SEVENTH ROW: Kennedy, lackson. Reddick, Beaty. Hipps. EIGHTH ROW: Stevens. Bob Henderson. Tankersley, Holditch, Groover, Benson. NINTH ROW: Smith. C. Smith, Stewart, Rediern. Monroe, Williams, Waters, H. DeLoach. F. DeLoach, Rowe, Owen, Bowling, Trapnell. SIGMA CHI ♦ ♦ ♦ 3 naud ip . THE SWEETHEART OF SIGMA CHI WE LIKE THESE HOT DANCES . . . WITH THE KAPPA KAPPA GAMS . THE ANNUAL ,f AND HAD A BIG . MUD BOWL GAME AGAIN SIGMA N U . . . . SHIPWRECK PARTY. s, napd 1 1 m " : ' jtt ' HM|j H Y life ; BO KjWIy |. l ' — — ■ 1 ■ f jtc- (r EL »» r . T " J i jb x. 0fk V 7 I mu cfiUi pter . . . ROLL Frank Agerton I. W. Jackson, Jr. James H. Alexander Ezre Buel Jones, Jr. Lloyd David Alexander, Jr. Roy Chappell Knight Walter Doiier Allen John Knox Larkins Calvin Theodore Baggs. Jr George W. Mathews, Jr. Dewey Frederick Bell, Jr. Edwin Cannon Martin Edwin A. Bowen Tommy Mcintosh Walter Allem Bradley Thomas Charles McMichael Nick Brewer Maurice Carrol McMillan Luther Bunting Benjamin Lee Moxley James Wiley Clark, Jr. Jimmy Joe Murphy Larry Cole Rusty Norwell Robert Franklin Davie William DeForest Olmstead Johnston Edward Davis Thomas Augustus Parker Richard Arnold Dill Ben Lane Patterson Charles Gohl Devon Issac Hall Peebles Dick Donahue Robert Thomas Petruzzo Joseph S. Durant, Jr. Donald George Peelers Robert A. Finney William Kenneth Pittman Kenneth Ford Larry Porcari Charles Elbert Fraser Marion Cleveland Pritchard Melver Marvin Fulgham George Robert Reinhardt William Andrew Gait. Jr. Robert Stephen Rhodes Joe Napoleon George A Roy Roberts John Ben Greer Fred Nathaniel Rollinson Edwin Davis Grover Michael George Sandulak Arthur Otis Gunter, Jr. Clark D. Scoggins Robert L. Harris, Jr. William Virgil Scoggins Comer Frank Hampton Robert J. Home Al Hatcher John Browner Smoot Levi Walter Hill, HI Robert Lee Todd, III Robert Jay Hollaman Linwood Vann Billy Edsel Holland Melvin E. Warren Harry H. Hock, Jr. Francis Doyle Waters Bill Hodgson Barney Bee Whitaker, Jr. Benjamin Pope Jackson, Jr. Don Wilson James Barnes Wright Bob Wynne. Jr. Zellener Carroll Young ¥ i V m v — rn c rri SIGMA NU Sigma Nu was founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1869 . . . The seventh fraternity on the Georgia campus, Mu Chapter was established in 1873 . . . The journal is the DELTA, colors are gold, black and white, and the flower is the white rose . . . Outstand- ing in athletics, Sigma Nu is the current Mud Bowl champion, having defeated Sigma Chi in this annual classic for the past three years, and it also holds the current Governor ' s Cup. OFFICERS Commander GEORGE ROBERT REINHARDT Vice-Commander __ WILLIAM GENNETH PITTMAN Recorder BARNEY BEE WHITAKER, JR. Treasurer WILLIAM DeFOREST OLMSTEAD RHINEHARDT, PITTMAN, OLMSTEAD, WHITAKER FIRST ROW: Burkett, Thoma». Chew, Farrell. Amick. SECOND ROW: Sean or, Clifton. Slade, Wells, Withers. THIRD ROW: McLeod, Clarke. Jenson. Chat- tain. Harpe. FOURTH ROW: Scarlett. Murdough, Delileo, Mitchell. Matherne. FIFTH ROW: Cowart, Kaniskern, Miller, Roberts, Graves. SIXTH ROW: Bearden, Newton, Malsberber, Steedley, Hanna. SEVENTH ROW: Kent, Langston. Haley, Davis, Lang. EIGHTH ROW: Edwards, Herring, West, Rollins, McDowell. NINTH ROW: Dunwoodie, McMillan, Clarke. Wilson. Minch. TENTH ROW: Patterson. Henley. SIGMA alpha phi chapter ipna p ipt . p I V V K . - - ROLL Thomas Anderson Walker Carter lack Claxton Randall Cody A. Wendell Croul Joseph C. Ellis Kermit B. Felker H. Aubrey Findley Thomas G. Gilchrist Gene Gregory Robert L. Hadden Harold R. Johnson Hollis Johnson Lawrence F. Knowles Jerry La Favor Joseph D. Mosheim Ernest J. Nelson Alex Peterson George M. Riley John F. Robertson George H. Rose James A. Stanfield Donald Stewart Albert P. Temple Frank Van Haltern Ray Williamson George L. Wilson Alpha Phi of Sigma Pi was founded at the University of Georgia October, 1948 . . . During the past year, Alpha Phi held their Annual Formal, the Orchid Ball, in conjunction with Psi of Emory . . . The most prominent event of the year was the purchase of a new chapter house, the Crawford W. Long Home. OFFICERS President ROBERT L. HADDEN Vice-President A. WENDELL CROUT Treasurer H. AUBREY FINDLEY Secretary JAMES A. STANFIELD Sergeant-at-Arms JOHN F. ROBERTSON Historian FRANK VAN HALTERN HADDEN, FINDLEY, CROUT, STANFIELD FIRST ROW: Nachtrab. Stanfield, Hollis Johnson, Rose. SECOND ROW: Carter, Gilchrist. Cody. La Favor. THIRD ROW: Riley. Stewart, Williamson. Mosheim. FOURTH ROW: Harold Johnson. Wilson, Anderson. Gregory. FIFTH ROW: Ellis, Robertson, Temple, Crout. SIXTH ROW: Knowles. Nelson, Findley, Felker. SEVENTH ROW: Hadden. 7 } Wv, 1. M f r ' " ' Ik W w W ' to ' | ' H Bi J ► v ' v w f. p « • ' li ' _J , - A 1 ' aJ T 1 - «» y ' nu a l apler of- Ira Barnell lack Berlin Julius Berman Milton Blair Max Bolgla Leon Borochofi Owen Bresler Bill Brown Edward Brown Stewart Brown Richard Carl Marvin Coburn Alfred Cohen Arthur Cohen Jerald Cohen Ralph Cohen Clarence Ehrlich Gerald Ehrlich Mark Eidlin Dave Eisenberg Bob Feingold Myron Fogel lack Geldbart Albert Gilmore Bernard Goodman Larry Greenberg Carl Hamburger Melvin Harelik Walter Hirshberg Philip Hoffman Harris Jacobs Al Jacobson Alfred Jaffe Ferman Jay Howard Jolles Sidney Kamensky Philip Kaplan ROLL Irvin Konter Beryl Koplin Melvin Kruger Harold Lefkoff Morton Levine Gerald Levy Murray Mate Roger Meddin Gene Mille Burt Myer Henry Nirenstein Herman Peskin Philip Peskin Gerald Platock Joseph Poller Bernard Portman Irwin Prager David Rabhan Jerald Rittenbaum Nathaniel Rosenthal Mendel Romm. Jr. Monroe Seibel Charles Shainker Murray Silver Philip Slotin Dave Spechler Marvin Steam lack Steinberg Dave Stock Joe Stock Herbert Stolofi Philip Sunshine Julian Turk Howard Weil Hal Weiser Sheldon Wolfe Fred Wolson T AU EPS I LON P H Tau Epsilon Phi was founded at Columbia University in 1910 ... Nu Chapter at Georgia founded in 1919 . . . Magazine is the PLUME, colors are lav ender and white, and the flower is the Lily of the Valley . . . Nu Chapter won the campus volleyball champion- ship in 1949, finished second in Biftad Sing in 1948 and 1949, won the campus Kick contest in 1949-50 school year as well as the water polo championship, took third place in the Homecoming Decoration Contest in the present school year, and was first in frat. scholarship in 1948-49 year. OFFICERS President MENDEL ROMM, JR. Vice-President MELVIN KRUGER Secretary HOWARD WEIL Treasurer IRVIN KONTER WEIL, ROMM, KRUGER, AND KONTER FIRST ROW: Nirenstein. S. Brown, Mate . Steinberg. SECOND ROW: lay. Well, Romm, Kruger, Prager. THIRD ROW: Kaplan. Gilmore, Fogel, Lefkoff, Port- man. FOURTH ROW: Meyer, Berlin, Berman, Shainker, Meddin. FIFTH ROW: Wolle, Koplin, Hoffman, Platock, Seibel. SIXTH ROW: Rittenbaum, Greenberg, D. Stock, I. Stock. SEVENTH ROW: Goodman, Levine, Silver, E. Brown, Blair. EIGHTH ROW: Jacobson, H. Peskin, P. Peskin, Jolles, Rosenthal, Weiser. NINTH ROW: J. Cohen, Poller, Geldbart, lacobs. Levy, Harelik. TAU EPSILON PHI . . . . AND PRESENTED " SOUTH ATLANTIC . AND WE HAD THESE TWO CHARACTERS . . . AS WELL AS THIS (?) BUT WE ' RE STILL HUMAN! dt LOOKS AT FRATERNITY FUNCTIONS TH ET A delta beta chapter • . . C H I Ramiro Areces Alvin B. Biscoe. Jr. John Bradley George E. Brown Robert E. Brown William H. Bylaska Reginald T. Cannon Wallace E. Carter Edward Clark Harold R. Collins William D. Fields Jack Gray Myles F. Greene ROLL William W. Greene Joe Guitierrez Edwin Hill Willis Hollingswortb Forrest E. Lashley Barton McCash Cecil F. McDaniel George A. Nobregas John D. Ryan William A. Russell Willis Hampton Sirmans J. Aubrey Taylor Jack D. Wheeler Theta Chi Fraternity came to the University campus in the spring of 1948 . . . National organization found- ed in 1856 at Norwich University in Vermont . . . Theta Chi has 94 active chapters . . . Fraternity colors are red and white and the flower is the red carnation. OFFICERS President WILLIAM A. RUSSELL Vice-President WALLACE E. CARTER Secretary WILLIAM W. GREENE Treasurer HAROLD R. COLLINS CARTER, GREENE, RUSSELL, AND COLLINS FIRST ROW: Cannon, Areces, McDaniel, Sirmans. SECOND ROW: Nobregas, Guitierrez, G. Brown, Lashley. THIRD ROW: Bradley, Fields, R. E. Brown. By- lasica. FOURTH ROW: ColUns, M. Greene, W. Greene, Gray. FIFTH ROW: Carter, Russell, McCash, Wheeler. IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES Lucy R. Amato D. Sloan Hill lames A. Andrews Charles H. Jones Mary A. Beck Hoke Nash James L. Bentley Will H. Newton Beverly J. Blasingame J. Harold Parker Jeanette Bramblett Porter O. Payne Tena A. Burns Hall Peebles Catherine D. Chance Thomas W. Poage Joseph E. Cheeley Beverly J. Scarborough Laurence Crimmins Larry T. Torrance Henry G. Griner Charles S. Tucker Beverly A. Gunn Harold C. Walraven Glenn B. Hester Marinelle Weldon D. Earl Hightower Pandora salutes the men of R O T C . . . many of whom were the heroes of World War II . . . and who are the insurers of the American way of life in the years to come. m L — 4 f • SING SONG OF GEORG Jml If 1 ARMED SERVICES ?p h evyarimen i AIR FORCE STAFF FIRST ROW: Kindig. Boddie, Chappas. SECOND ROW: Sexton. Roberson. Dean, Bennett. ■■■■■■■ ARMY STAFF FIRST ROW: Shwenk. Rahe, Bell, Mitchell, Miketinac. SECOND ROW: Lumley. LueUman. McCormac. Prevost. THIRD ROW: Humphrey. Bradley, Check. Bridges. m Ludie Ann Irvin Sponsor Harold Walraven Colonel ARMY Re eaimen f t Walraven, Paulson. Boland, Lively. Chichester Larry Torrance Marjorie Rosser Lieutenant Colonel Sponsor Infantry Officers Torrance, Woodward, and Thomas Lamar Clifton Vann Whaley Lt. Colonel Sponsor Clifton. Roberts. Krumrini. Sassir. Patterson Adams, R. E. Asher. H. C. Bagwell. J. R. Barnwell, C. F. Barrow, B. C. Barton, J. L. Balemore, J. S. Berry, William Bird, R. E. Biltick, R. J. Bobbitt, F. W. Boney. R. F. Booth, J. W. Bowdidge, I. S. Bowen, H. Buxton, H. R. Branch, C. F. Brinson, L. S. Brower, M. F. Brown, J. C. Brown, J. M. Callaway, H. Carson, J. M. Chew, R. A. Clemence, J. W. Cline, P. L. Coler, R. M. Colquitt, A. H. Cottongim, L. T. Crooke. D. E. Daniel, G. Dawson, B. J. Deaderick, I. G. Dooley. B. I. Durant, C. J. Ellis. E. P. English, H. C. Fishier, A. H. Gaines, B. F. Goldberg, J. Graden, J. S. Hale, R. G. Hardigree, W. O. Henderson, J. H. HU1. J. W. Hogan, H. L Home, C. F. Hunter, E. B. Hyde, B. F. Jackson, D. C. Tones. W. B. joyner, W. R. Killingworth. A. I. Kinney, Ray Knowles, L. F. KrapJ, W. M. Lane, J. W. Lipschutz, R. A. Lokey, E. A. Lovell. V. C. Mahaffey, J. C. McKinney. J. T. Merlin, A. Merola, S. S. Miller, C. C. Morrison, C. R. Murray, H. P. Nelson, C. J., Jr Owens, W. D. Parker, M. Parson, J. H. Payne, N. I. Peacock, K. L. Ramsey, W. O. Ray, J. C. Richards, W. G. Riley, W. F. Roberts. W. T. Rutledge, G. M. Sanner, R. T. Shepard, R. P. Slagle. H. I. Smalley, R. H. Smith, A. C. Smith, C. O. Smith, E. M. Smith, W. G. Stalling . G. R. Stelljes. G., Jr. Starling, A. Stewart, D. L. Tant, B. F. Tatum, E. F. Taylor, G. O. Thompson, J. R. Thompson, W. N Tucker, C. S. Turk. F. R. Vanhaltern, F. Wallace. H. P. Watkins, R. C. Weaver, T. C. Webb, E. B. Westbrook, T. J. Wheller, J. D. Williams. G. B. Williams, G. C. Williams, G. D. Herbert Murray Company Commander COMPANY A COMPANY Capt G. N. Mobley Company Commander Aldred, W. H., MS IV Altshuler, D., MS II Anderson. E. C, MS I Atkinson. H. J., MS IV Beacham.W.. MS III Bohanan, J. B., MS III Boney, G., MS II Bowers, C. M., MS III Boykin, J. A., MS IV Branson, W. H„ MS II Brooks, J., MS II Buchanan, J. D., MS I Canei, F. A., MS I Cannes, L. M., MS I Carter, Chas., MS IV Carter, S. C, MS IV Cates, J. C., MS I Cecil, H. R.. MS I Chandler, C. E., MS I Chandler. R. L., MS I Childs, Q.. MS I Ciccarone, J. J., MS II Cobb, L. F., MS IV Davis, A. T., MS I Doris, J. B., MS II Dehille, A., MS I De Long, R. F., MS II Dickerson, J. R., MS II Ellington, J. E., MS IV Elrod, J. M.. MS I Filipovits, E. R., MS II Fisch, W. W., MS I Fleming, G., MS III Gairns, R., MS I Garmany, W., MS I Gober, G. T., MS II Godowns, W. A., MS II Goodman, B. S., MS II Grant, W. O., MS II Gulick, J. A., MS IV Hailey, C. W., MS I Hardin, R. T., MS II Harrison, C, MS I Harvey, J. W., MS I Henderson, W. P., MS I Hendrichs, W. E., MS I Henson, W. H., MS II Herndon, W. B., MS III Hill, I. D., MS I Hodgson, J. M., MS IV Holcombe, J. B.. MS II Horton, S., MS I Jackson, W. B., MS I Johnson, W., MS I Johnston, C, MS II Jones, A. W., MS II Jones, F. A., MS III Jones, S. E., MS I Jordan, W. H., MS III Kemp, U. A., MS II Krumbein, MS IV Langley, L. N„ MS IV Lewis, P. B„ MS III Lewis, R. C, MS I Lumpkin, E. S., MS IV Magoni, C. J., MS III Malcolm, E„ MS II Matthews, J. C, MS I McNorrill, P. L„ MS I Meagher, N. H., MS IV Mobley, G. N., MS IV Morgan, W. M., MS I Mosley, A. C, MS II Murdock, P. J., MS I Nichols, H. T., Jr., MS I Patton, D. K., MS IV Phillips, W. E., MS IV Pierce, H. S„ MS I Price, H. S., MS II Pross, G., MS I Richardson, N. C, MS II Rigler, R. B„ MS IV Sanders, R. O., MS IV Scarboro, R. G., MS I Schuessler, R., MS II Sentency, P., MS II Shiver, I. M., MS TV Smith, W. R., MS II Stephenson, J. W., MS III Stewart, W. T„ MS I Storey, W. E., MS IV Taffar, G. B., MS I Tribble, W. O., MS I Turner, J., MS II Utsey, A. H., MS II Veale, T., MS III Wallace, W. N., MS I Ward, A. P., MS IV Weatherford, L. E., MS IV White, F. C MS II Woodard, D., MS I COMPANY Alexander, James H., I Arnold, Edward E., I Barnes, Don V., Ill Beaty. Roy, III Beckwith. Wightman, IV Benefield, Dewey, II Bentley, Jack N., I Boss, Luther D., I Bowen, Jerome F„ IV Bowers, Stewart V., Ill Bowman, Ben C III Brinson, Ward, I Brown, H. C, III Butler, James R., II Cain, Lanier, IV Campbell, Robt. L.. I Chambers, Edgar, II Clark. Edward H., II Clarke, Geo. A. Cobb, Robert M., Ill Cohen, Richard B., I Cox, Theodore L., I Davis, S. De Loach, Edgar, I Dillinger, David R„ III Durham, Richard, II Dyar, William D., I Echols, Henry G., I Eskew, Walter R., n Flanders, Ray, III Ford, James K., I Futral, Winfield, II Garland, Reuben, I Gibson, Geo. M., Ill Gilchrist. Thomas, III Glenn, Thomas L.. IV Goble. Jos. H., I Grifiith, A. W. Plat. Ldr., IV Grimes, Richard A., Ill Hair. William B.. I Hale. Robt. B., Ill Hargrove, Lauren, I Harris, Tom C.. IV Harrison. Joe L. ( II Hendrix. John W.. II Henry, Robt. L., I Herndon, Gerald L„ I Hertz, Ronald E., I Hess, Ernest G., I Hight, Robert A., Ill Huber, Antone, IV Hudson, D. E„ IV Hudson, D. C, II Hulsey, Charles L.. I Isley. G. H.. IV Jackson, Tommy W„ I Jones, Ralph, I Kinnon, Oliver, I Lisenby, Wm. E., IV May, Earl B., Ill Marlowe, Bobby, II Meadows, Carl L., IV Mobley, John H., II Moffett, J. M„ Plat. Ldr.. IV McCorkle. Chas. N., I McNatt. Gene W., Ill McCrary, Lewis L., IV Nickerson, S. H., IV Oliver, James H., I Parker, Hassel L., I Parker, J. H., Plat. Ldr. IV Parr, Donald, I Pettett, Geo. R.. II Platock. Gerald M., I Poulnot, James O., II Radford, Rowdon, III Ragsdale, Randolph, I Rhodes. Wm. H., Jr., I Romm, M. J., IV Rucker, Thomas L., I Scoggins, Clark D., I Seibel. Monroe, II Shain, William A.. I Smith, Thomas, III Sullivan, W. C, IV Summerour, Robt. B., II Sutlive, Carey L„ II Spalding, Billups, II Stiner, John, I Stobel, John C, I Taylor, James R., I Thaggard, James C, II Thomas, Sydney F., II Thomas, Bobby H., I Thompson, Groves M., I Tony, Percy E., I Turk, Julian B., II Welch, William L., Ill Welcher, Aubrey, III Whitfield, Samuel, TI Williams, O. L., IV Worral, J. E., II Wright, W. H., Ill Youngblood, Robt. L., I George Isley Captain Miss Suzanne Twitty Sponsor OFFICERS OF COMPANY C Amason, O. A., IV Anglin, H. J., II Balzer, R. E., I Bartell, A., I Bennett, E. L„ III Biscoe, A. B., II Bolson, C. D., IV Brandon, G. N., I Branning, T. I., I Bryant, C. E., II Burke, W. H., IV Busha, S., I Bussell, W. H., IV Cahill. J., I Carson, J., I Chambers, W. F., Ill Cheatney, J. C, I CoUat, C. C, I Collins, W. H., I Cousins, T. G., II Daniell, R. S., I David, F. G., Ill Dillinder, S. C, I Dixon, M. E., Ill Driskell, L. V., I Edwards, M. W., Ellis, I. F., Ill Evans, W. L„ I Fitch, A., I Fleming, W. H. Fried, J. H., L Fowler, J. L., IV Fox, J. W., Ill Gaines, J. J., Ill Gardner, S. H., IV Gardner, J. G., I Godwin, E„ I Green, R. H., II Grimsley, C. F., I Hadaway, J. T., HI II III Hamilton, R„ I Hardigree, C. G.. Ill Hardy, W. C, II Harvey, W. H., II Harouvis, G., I Heard, C. F., IV Henley. B. E., Ill Hereford, E. L., IV Herndon, R. N., IV Hobbs, W. A., IV Howard, D. H., IV Hudson, W. A., IV Ingram, R. I., I Jackson, J. V., 1 Johnson, C. H., I Johnson, W. D„ I Jones, J. T., I Jones, O. F., IV Jordan, D. B„ III Kee, T. D., IV Keith, G. P.. II Kell, C. P., II Kelley, G. L., I King. B.. II Knight, J. W., I Leaptrott, J. D.. I Lee, D. E., II Lincoln, J. T., I Lippitt, M., IV Livingston, G. H., II Lowery, J. E., IV Malcolm, S. P., I Massey, J. E„ II Mathews, J. D., II Maurice, S. C, I Maytag, J. R., I McClure, R. E., IV Mccary, G. D., I McDonough, W. F„ I McGlamry, E. D., I McHugh, J. E., II McNair, H. H., II McNeel, H. H„ II Middlebrooks, R. P., Mitchell, G. O.. I Nixon, C. N., II Olshan, R. M., II Paulk, Jaegb, I Perkins, T. L., IV Peskin, P. B., I Phillip, I. C., III Raber, R. E., II Rhodes, W. H., I Rice, W., I Roberts. J. M., IV Roberts, J. T., I Roberts, H. C. II Rockwell, H„ I Russell, R. B., Ill Russell, W. A., I Snow, G. M., Ill Stanford, G. P.. I Stephens, S. J., Ill Stradling, J. G., I Stubbs, R. C, I Sutton, C. B., IV Thomas, R. M., II Tregellas, B., II Wade, H. C, II Ware, H. A., II Webb, C. H., II West, N. W., I Wilder, B. N., IV Williams, M. E., IV Zaslow, I., I Schaaf, J., Ill Sharpless, R. I., IV Smith, D., IV Smith, H. E., IV Smith, R. M., II - ■ ■ — 1 COMPANY OFFICERS OF COMPANY E MS I Abramsky, N. Adams. C. R. Alexander, J. E. Alexander, H. Baird, C. Barnett, I. S. Caprara, A. J. Clifton, H. T. Calaiacovo, P. Dell, J. G. Dwajeski, L. Exner. W. Florence, G. E. Fowler, C. W. Flanders, I. B. Hayes. S. R. Hendelman, D. Hitchcock, L. Hull, E. L. Huqhes, G. lensen, R. S. Johnson, J. P. Johnson, R. B. King, C. W. Kirstein. E. Messier, A. J. Mitchell, D. E. Mills. M. G. Moody. W. G. Morris, C. C. Nelson, W. F. Peebles, J. J. Reisch, K. Russell, J. A. Salerno, F. V. Schichilone, J. Sereno, L. R. Seigel, L. Sloan. N. C. Spears, J. C. Timmons, S. D. Weller, H. F. Shite, T. H. Womack, B. L. Worley, E. C. Wyatt, L. L. Youmans, H. B. Young, W. H. MS II Allen, B. M. Andris, S. Branson, P. L. Brooks, S. Clayton, T. Denmark, W. J. Durand, R. Ebersole, R. COMPANY VZ7 Betty Terry Sponsor Farkas, J. Garrison, R. C. Lindsey, H. M. MiUer. J. A. Mock, W. L. Mote, H. A. Moore, M. G. Sirmans, C. Speer, P. H. Tanner, E. G. Towns, R. P. Travis, R. P. Turner, C. J. MS III Anderson, T. L. Arnette, T. Bowen. W. I. Brown, O. B. Clay, J. H. Corbett, C. O. Davis, H. G. Dean, W. T. Depew, C, Fendler, D. C. Fitzpatrick, H. J. Headrick, L. Lawless, J. R. Renick, V. T. Stubbs. M. W. Turlington, E. M. Willey, D. M. MS IV Aenchbacker. W. E Allison, B. J. Cawley, F. P. Chick, C. F. Coler, H. L. Daniel, E. W. Dockery, H. J. Fitzgerald, C. V. Garrison, J. M. Green, J. Griffith, J. C. Hanna, J. T. Jones, R. W. Kelt. W. N. King, A. C. Knight, W. S. McDowell, S. W. Mundy, C. D. Nicholson, R. N. Reagin, B. H. Shoemacher, C. B. Simpson, W. A. Trapnell, E. P. Williams. J. A. Cap:. Hal Coier Company Commander ftv$J5i f " tt ' f ■ i i 1 ' UkK. H b? t.Mj. J ' f| v ; . ' ■• ■■■ ' w% ■% ft " i • i ■ ™ ef ; ' ■ i -LSfs v ' .F ' 1 (Ba£ , l| . 1 j ( ■ , I 1 k ia3 ' i i if , Jpv - ■of: ••» ' ' ' Sis B j : ' Wb... 1 •. ■ Capt. W. B. Steele Company Commander El ' " K ] x " y W 1 r 4 ' T 3r OFFICERS OF COMPANY G Agerton, G. F., I Andrews. W. R., II Arnold. M.. I Ayers, W. B„ I Baker, P. F.. I Banks, C. L., II Blissit, I. A., I Boatwriqht, J. L., Ill Bradshaw, J. N., Ill Breed, W. G„ III Bushe, P., II Cain, C. B., II Carter, D. L., II Cates, J. R., II Chambers, B., Ill Cline, H. E., IV Cobb, B. C I Cody, G. H., IV Coile, W. J., I Cole, L. T., IV Collins, C. L„ HI Crawford, G. M., I Cross, J. D., Ill Daub, A. J., I Durham, H. M.. Ill Durham, R. H., I Eber, M., I Elrod, R., I Fitts, C. M., Ill Fitzgerald, P. F., II Franklin, J. A., II Friedman, N. L., IV Gaines, G. D., I Guess, J. M., Ill Gunter. G. E., I Harrison, J. R., II Head, W. E., II Heath, B. M., I Helms, J. M., I Hicks, C. F., IV Hopkins. A. S., I Hunnicutt, P. B., IV Jenkins, V. D., II Jones. J. E., IV Jones, J. L., I Kepp, L. L., Jr., I Levine, A. J., II Levine, I. M., II Little, W. G., Ill Lindome, E. K., II Marsha, III Martin, J. N., IV McDonald, J. A., I Mc Kinnon. E. H., Ill McLaurin, F. A., II McLeod, L. V., I Mealing, H. G., I Milner, J. T„ II Mrvos, S., I Patterson, C. Q., IV Perkins, T. L., IV Peterson, M. G„ IV Pittard, D. B., I Porterfield, R., I Powell, W. G., Ill Preston, D. N., II Principe, R., II Richard, T., I Ridgdill, J. R., Ill Roberts, D. R„ I Roberts, J. T„ I Rowe, J. R., II Rowe, R. H., IV Satcher, M. B., II Scoggins, L. J., II Saunders, D. A., II Sego, C, I Simmons, J. C, IV Simmons, W. F.. Ill Sims, H. E., I Simons. W. H., I Sosebee, D., I Spielberger, R. D., I Stetson, R. R., I Summer, B., II Sutton. H. L., II Tanner, J. B., I Thompson, L. E., IV Tillman, I., I Troop, R. A., I Usher, C, IV Walker, G. D., Ill Weaver, W. D., IV William, C. M., IV Williams, C. P., I Waggoner, M. E., I Wells, F. F., I Wholey, P. R., Ill Woods, R. C III 7 COMPANY i Mrs. W. B. Steele Sponsor " ' " ' -■ ' Maf RIFLE TEAM FIRST ROW: Bradshaw. Lewis. Meagher, Shaff, Willey. SECOND ROW: Capl. Bell. Sanders. Tant. Lokey. Woodward, McCorick. Fay Whipple Lt. lames B. Ryner Sponsor Band Leader MILITARY BAND AIR GROUP OFFICERS Pondelee Leotis Colonel Group Comdr. Mary Lucy Moore Sponsor " Leotis, Fredericks. Slayton. Reeves, Fraser, Webb AIR 3o ■sSr ir ir ir ir tee ir ir ir SQUADRON Alta Lee Patch Sponsor 7 VJ SQUADHON 101 STAFF: Mahafiey, Rufus H. Howards, Pryor L., Jr. Myrick, John A., Jr. Pickle, Eugene w. Smith, Cecil E. Johnson, Wyatt M. Epps, William D. FIRST FLIGHT Fogel, Myron J. Barber, W. C. Smith, Robert W., Jr. Futrell, J. L., Jr. Bratdowski, Zake R. Fendig. H. N. Bagwell, Amos R. Howard, G. A. Cicetti, Albert L. Merk, H. J. Loh, W. B. Williamson, J. L. Henninger, C. E. Dollar, T. H. Hornbuckle, R. B. Spaugh, B. V. Parker, A. W. Meyer, Bruce O. Leggitt, C. M., Jr. Duke, J. H. Morrison, Bill L. Mell, C. N. Lowe, Ernest H. Shealy, Thomas T. Taylor, James D. Dickerson, D. E. Clark. A. H. Greer, R. S. Lt Col. H. H. Mahaifey Squadron Commander OFFICERS OF SQUADRON 101 Group Commanding Officer __ Pondelee A. Leotis Group Executive F. H. Bruce Fredcias Group Squadron 1 Keith A. Slayton Group S-3 Joseph L. Reeves Group S-4 Charles E. Fraser Group Sergeant Major Lamar T. Webb SECOND FLIGHT Coleman, Emmett L. Woolard, M. C. Bariield. E. W. Cornell, G. T., Jr. Vaughn, T. E. Harvill, J. C, Jr. Jacobs, H. Middlebrooks. B. S. McDonald, Thomas E. Ringee, F. M. Martin, P. D. Phillips, R. Sumlin, H. D. Gray, J. Hayes, A. C. Bedford, J. H. Cline, F. C. Zittrouer, H. L. Waterhouse, J. E. Hampton, W. J. Parsons, C. O., Jr. Chestney, D. A. Adams, F. L. Tucker. J. H. THIRD FLIGHT Townsend, William K. Hill, W. F. Goodman, J. C. Askew, B. Langston, F. L. Mcintosh. T. P. Hughes, J. F. Schneider, R. G. Breman, J. Woolard, W. H. Schwarta, R. T. Hyde. J. G. Currier, C. C. Boggs, P. D. Woolard. H. H. Hays, T. M. Fate. Joe A. Dykes. R. Solms. Walter K. Fendig, A. Cohen, A. Roberta, R. A Lanier A. Cobb Squadron Commander S Q U A D R O SQUADRON STAFF Cobb, Lanier A. Harris, Donald E. Hazen, Maynard D. Drury, Robert D. Roland, Carl E. Reinhardt, George R. Harper, James C. OFFICERS OF SQUADRON 102 FIRST FLIGHT Rowan, Burl V. Varnedoe, Zack, Cox, Fred E. Owen, David H. Greenway, E. C, Chilivis, N. P. Hulsey, Jack R. Nash, Robert N. Jr. lindra, Wm. J., Jr. Walston, Bob H. Fincher, Robert F. Perry, Richard W. Coile, Lauren M. Snider. Billy H. Rue, Allan J. Bolton, Johnny D. Wilds, Garland G. Stephens, R. W„ Jr. Yancey. Goodloe H. Murray, Bob Burgamy, Jef J. Griffin, William J. Gillespie, Carl W.. Hutchins, Jay C. Williams, Bob M. Mathews, Frank C Jr Anne Mize Sponsor n I " f " k % i - if Pfc y- ' • " " ' ?$ ' SECOND FLIGHT Woodruff, G. C Jr. Townsend, George A. Burnette, C. L. Babcock, H. L. Minish, B. J. Reeves, Elbert W. Donahue, Richard J. Lee. Sidney M. Stephen, Thomas J. Ethridge, Henry E. Molnar, T. T., Jr. Carter, William J.. Jr. Harper, Ben H. Nelson, Bill W. Kiker, D. P. Groover. Daniel C. Tigner, Frank H.. Jr. De Carlo, A. A. Knighton, Don C. Booth, George B. Farnsworth, C. R. Dunn. William M. Gardner, Jay D. THIRD FLIGHT Woodard, J. W. Inlow, E. E., Jr. Nash, Jewel, Jr. Benacka, A. J. Langley, D„ Jr. Whitehead. C. H. Griffith. V. L. Welch. F. R. McElhannon, W. S. Owen, T. E., Jr. Harrison, C. C, Jr. Day, B. H. Bray, C. A., Jr. McCombs. T. D. Beusse. C. B. Watson, T. E„ Jr. Woodhouse, E. J. Reece. J. H. Hilton, J. E. Lovern, J. G., Jr. Smith, J. E. Bjerking. L. H. Hunter. E. J. SQUADRON l 7 Lt. Col. Albert Thompson Squadron Commander SQUADRON STAFF Thompson. Albert M. Lanqford, lames C. McCarley, Hugh F. Russell, Paul C. Smith. Franklin I. Fickle, Robert M. Evans. William E. Terry Thompson Sponsor OFFICERS CF SQUADRON 103 FIRST FLIGHT Thomas, R. F. Hill, L. W. Yates, James E. Saye, Robert P. Lowe, Homer A. Callender. Donald S. Glover. Addison R. Brown, George E. Parks, Bobby C. Conine, Joe L. Fort, Tom Bentley, Thomas S. Hester, Marvin Hamilton, Joe W. Stephens, Henry C. Schwartz, Ronald M. Goldsmith, M. M., Jr. Addison, John A. Marshall, John W. Campbell, Ted M. Simmons, David R. Roberts, Teddy D. Cox, Thomas W. Simmons, William S. Titshaw, Harry J. SECOND FLIGHT Robinson, C. L. Richman, B. E. Whitley. W. B. Fraser, R. M. Crawford. H. D. Cordell. B. C. Hudson, Earl F. Morris, Bobby Flowers, John G. Cook, Mai T. Kenemer, Jack Randall. D. P. Brown, T. C. Cairnes, L. W. Kelly. Ralph N. Johnson. T. E., Jr. West. Robert K. Home. Robert J. Souter, Lester J., Jr. Rackley. J. M. Kuhr, Lee J. Dawson. James T. THIRD FLIGHT Tankersley, Ralph L. Baggs. Calvin T. Bradley. Walter A. Bruner, John J. Henderson, C. W. Proctor, J. M. Nunnally, Charles T. Huggins, Tryon K. Prosser, Bob L. Powell. William M. Williams, Nathan C. Lamar, Lee Haile, James C. Chiton, John H. Drewry, Milton L. Vermillion, Thomas R. House, Charles R. Hogg, James H. Hall. Kermith C. O ' Quinn, Lonnie P. Waters, Charles H. Mays, Walter L. Scott, George M. Dominey, Daniel D. Johnson, Jack :M :- , SCABBARD AND OFFICERS Captain HAROLD WALRAVEN First Lt. HUGH McCARLEY Second Lt BOB SHARPLESS First Sgt. ERNEST BOLAND Chapter Adviser MAJOR M. H. RAHE Scabbard and Blade is a national honorary military fraternity which strives to promote leadership among ROTC students. Its membership is limited to outstanding Cadet Commissioned Officers who are third or fourth year military students. Scabbard and Blade was founded at the University of Wisconsin in 1904- 1905. It was founded at the University of Georg ia in 1920. Scabbard and Blade at the University of Georgia is designated as Company L, Second Regiment. The annual Military Ball is sponsored by Scabbard and Blade and at this time the ugly man contest is held, with the winner being designated on the night of the Ball. Company L, Second Regiment stands in the highest esteem nationally and has maintained a leading part in the south for a number of years. j x 9at tf l .4 - BLADE Anchbacker, Bill Asselanis, S. K. Baggs, Covin Beckwith. Whitey Bittick. Pete Boland, Ernest Bolson, Carl Chiton, Lamar Coier, Hal Cofer. Richard Fogel, Myron Fraser. C E. Garrison. Mac Glenn, Tommy Gnebm, John Griffith. Alton Harris. Donald Hazen. Maynard Heard. Charles Howard, P. L. Howard, Daniel Isley, George King, Alex Krumrine, Charles Langley, J. H. Leotis. Pondelee Lively. Charles MEMBERS Lowry, Gene Mahaffey, Herb Murray. Herbert Mobley, Nick McCarley, Hugh Parker, I. H. Patterson, Ben Paulsen. John Reeves, Lane Roberts. Clarence Room, Mendel Sasser, Horace Sharpless. Bob Steele, W. Sutton, Ben Tankersly, Ralph Taylor, George Thomas, Robert Thompson, Al Torrance, Larry Usher, Calvin Walraven, Harold Weaver, Walter Williams, Coy Williams, George Woodward, Douglas ' " . . . the red and black is the standard; proudly she waves . . . " cheerleaders dash on the field the mascots scamper in. and the bulldogs are at it again . . . win a few . . . lose a few . . . but the main thing is to keep up that old Georgia spirit. i ' ' ' • ■ SONG OF GEORGIA -r rtgBJ " 1 if! H - LJ r pr g Hfc Ais »i m , « { _t _ , ii , L jH V3 b 1 k_J ur. Vf " eoraia 3 f HEAD COACH WALLACE BUTTS " Weeping Wally Watches . . . " FIRST ROW:Whitworth. Butte, Hartman. Jordan. SECOND ROW: Towns. Thomas. Alt. Capt. Bodine. Butts, and Capt. Payne BULLDOGS FRONT ROW, left to right. DUKE. BODINE. GREENWAY. McCARLY. TANNER. RABER. THOMPSON. HARRISON, MITCHELL. BRADSHAW. fflPPS. LOVELY. AND STEELE. SECOND ROW, left to right, BRUNSON. REID. TR.LITSKY. HENDERSON. KAMINSKY, FORD. OSHAN. ROCCO. DU- RAND. LOVE. POPE. FEHER. HARGROVE. AND MEROLA. llmtt jlii AVJB ;■ ' .¥ •Wn ,M;jMvi ;V. iiiKn,,n:ii( ' MDCON. FRANKLIN. HASKINS. McCALL. PROSPER!. L PRINCIPE. WALSTON. HLEBOVY. JACKURA, Mc- iS. CHANDLER. GREER. FOURTH ROW, left to right, LORENDO. PA, MADRY, CAMPBELL. YELVINGTON. GUIDO. BURGAMY. BECKWUH. COOK. nUPOVITZ. McCLUNG. GRANT. MORROCCO. AND DVORAK. FOOTBALL SEASON AT 1949 RECORD WON 4 TIED 1 LOST 6 Georgia 25 Furman (h) Sept. 16 Georgia 42 Chattanooga 6 (h) Sept. 23 Georgia 14 North Carolina 21 (v) Oct. 1 Georgia Kentucky Georgia 7 LSU __ Georgia 9 Miami Georgia 7 Alabama Georgia 7 Florida Georgia 20 Auburn Georgia 40 Duquesne Georgia 6 Ga. Tech 25 (v) Oct. 8 „ (h) Oct 14 13 (v) Oct. 21 14 (h) Oct. 29 28 . (v) Nov. 5 20 _ (v) Nov. 12 .. (h) Nov. 19 7 (v) Nov. 26 SAM DOCTORS MAL . . . BODINE SET FOR TACKLE ABOVE: Before the Kentucky Debacle. LEFT: Band ' s halftime show . . . LOWER LEFT: Big Gene sets up TD at Carolina . . LOWER RIGHT: Body by Fisher, legs by Steinway m HUGH McCARLEY ED FILIPOVITS AL THOMPSON GEORGIA BLASTS FURMAN 25-0 Opening their 1949 grid campaign, the Georgia Bulldogs trounced a fighting Furman eleven 25-0. Some 15,000 fans saw the 1948 SEC champs play- hard, fundamental football as they piled up 288 yards on the ground and collected 16 first downs to Furman ' s eight. With less than a minute remain- ing in the first quarter Floyd " Breezy " Reid circled right end for the first Georgia tally climaxing a 68 yard drive. Georgia ' s second scoring march began when Eli Maricich combined with Ken McCall on a beautiful double safetyman maneuver that was good for a 30 yard punt return. Six plays later Reid again crossed the double stripes to put Georgia out in front 13-0. Scoring once in each quarter, the ' Dogs chalked up another tally in the third period as Mixon romped 20 yards to the Furman two and Prosperi sneaked over for the score. Big Mai Cook tossed a 25 yard aerial to Bob Walston in the end zone to close out the game 25-0. CLINT MADRAY " TRAPPED . . .? " 42-6 ■ • " " ' -«-• %4 ' 7C " c .- .-.■ ' - : - - i» i | « fr " BREEZY " STOPPED IN NOOGA GAME CHATTANOOGA MOCCASINS During the process of lacing Chattanooga 42-6, the Bulldogs found ample opportunity to " show their stuff. " While holding the Moccasins to only three first downs, Georgia showed an improved passing attack and netted an even 400 yards on the ground. Coach Wally Butts ' powerful running attack began to take its toll on the Mocs after the first quarter, and the Bulldogs poured over 21 points in the second stanza. The first score came on a Prosperi-to-Walston pass from midfield and the second was the work of Jack McHugh who weaved off his own left guard for 34 yards to the Moccasins ' goal. Al Bodine and Floyd Reid each garnered a tally climaxing long drives and then Billy Hender- son got away on a brilliant 40 yard run for a touchdown. Late in the fourth quarter Bob Granitz booted to the Georgia 26 where Patsy Rocco grabbed the ball and journeyed 74 yards for the final score. o as w a BILLY HENDERSON GUS HLEBOVY GEORGE DOBBS 14-21 ■H H HBHHM HAYES RETURNS BULLDOG KICK BULLDOGS EDGED BY N. C Outplayed for most of the first half, the Tarheels of North Carolina finally decisioned a fighting Georgia team 21-14 — the same score that beat Georgia the year before. Although Carolina was never behind the fans in Kenan Stadium saw plenty of good rugged football as Georgia came from behind to tie the score only to lose in the final two minutes of play. In the third quarter and 14 points out of the game, Ray Prosperi passed to Bob Walston on the Carolina 23. The flankman crossed over untouched and then kicked the point. Justice punted to Ken McCall on the Georgia 12. Ken handed the ball off to Eli Maricich and beautifully faked the Carolina tacklers away. Mari- cich, breaking into the open on the 25, outsprinted Charlie Justice and went 88 yards to score. Georgia rooters went wild as Walston kicked the placement to tie it 14-14, but with only two minutes remaining Billy Hayes shot the game winning pass to Art Weiner to give Carolina the contest 21-14. MO McCLUNG BOB GREER DICK STEELE PAT FIELD 25-0 FIELD BOOTS BULLDOGS OUT FOUGHT As the score would indicate, a fighting band of Kentucky Wildcats had com- plete command of a game in which the hapless Bulldogs were never able to get rolling. Only in the opening minutes of the game were the ' Dogs able to generate any semblence of an offensive. After an exchange of punts with the ball on the Georgia 28 on second down, Prosperi shot a long one out to Mixon who scampered 75 yards to score, only to have the play nullified by an offsides penalty. After that the fast charging Wildcat line and a couple of fumbles kept the Bulldogs from penetrating past the Kentucky 35. The largest crowd ever assembled in Kentucky to watch a football game saw Dopey Phelps and Babe Parilli team together to literally lower the boom on the Red and Black men. To Kentucky goes the " honor " of having handed Georgia its worst two defeats in the past four years. BOB DURAND TOMMY POPE ROCCO PRINCIPE FRED McMANUS ELI MARICICH ZIPPY MORROCCO BILLY GRANT XAUD HIPPS STRONG L. U. 7-0 C ' In one of the best games they played all year, the Bulldogs downed the LSU Tigers, perhaps the strongest team in the SEC, 7-0. Pat Fields caged the Tigers for three quarters with sensa- KC, tional punts — five of which expired inside the LSU 15 and one sailed out on the one foot line. Then Georgia exploded in the final quarter with a 56 yard touchdown thrust that gave the | " i " | Bulldogs a hard-earned victory to snap a two game losing streak. On the first play of the final period Prosperi, fading to pass, was smeared on the Georgia 40. The Tiger line was perfectly set up for the screen pass which fol- lowed. Prosperi lobbed the ball to Bob Wals- ton who was away to the LSU 17. Jack Mc- Hugh weaved his way to the three and Billy Mixon dived over for the game ' s only score. Walston converted a nd it was Georgia 7-0. PQ BODINE SKIRTS HIGHT END FOR TWELVE MIAMI TROUNCES Florida " sunshine " apparently flooded Georgia ' s generator as the raging Hurri- cane of Miami University upset the Bull- dogs 13-9 in a virtual sea of mud. A wet ball and a rain-soaked field caused six fumbles, four of them by Georgia, and each time the Bulldogs lost the ball. Neither side was able to threaten seriously until late in the second period when Gene Chandler blocked a punt by Bob Novak in the Miami end zone. In the chase for the ball Novak beat Chandler and the Bulldogs led 2-0 at the half. Miami re- ceived the second half kickoff and drove over a touchdown to lead 6-2. An inter- ception of a pass thrown by Prosperi set up Miami ' s second touchdown drive as the Hurricane went further out in front 13-2. Georgia ' s single tally came in the fourth period on a pass from Prosperi to Floyd Reid who grabbed the ball at the 20 and outran the Miami safetyman to the end zone as the game closed 13-9. § JOHN TILLITSKI GENE CHANDLER ROBERT LOVELY ED GREENWAY LUKIE BRUNSON AL BODINE TOM KAMINISKY BOB OLSHAN ALABAMA DEFEATS GEORGIA 14-7 Homecoming fans, 35,000 strong, saw the Bulldogs bow to a powerful Alabama team 14-7 in a rugged and hardfought contest. The Crimson Tide was first to score as they marched 91 yards in the second quarter. Quarterback Butch Avinger sneaked over for the tally and Ed Salem added the point 7-0. The Bulldogs took over on their own 25 with one minute and five seconds remaining in the first half. Prosperi passed to Zippy Morrocco and on the next play chucked a screen pass to Bob Walston who was stopped on the Alabama 5. Floyd Reid took a lateral from Prosperi and went over to score. Walston kicked his eleventh consecutive point and the game was tied 7-7. After the half the Tide came back strong and Ed Salem sparked a 60 yard drive which sealed the game as Alabama won 14-7. WALSTON SETS UP ONLY BULLDOG SCORE . " BREEZY " SCOOTS FOR SEVENTEEN AGAINST GATORS BILLY MIXON GEORGIA BOWS TO FLORIDA Dominated since 1940 by their upcoast neighbors, the Florida Gators unleashed _ seven years of pent up fury against a stolid Bulldog eleven and tagged Coach Butts ' team with its fifth defeat of the season 28-7. Big gun in the Florida att ack was halfback Charlie Hunsinger who carried the ball 18 times for 174 yards and scored three Florida touchdowns. Only bright spots in the Georgia play were line backer Al Bodine who consistently halted Gator ball carriers and Breezy Reid who furnished what little of- fensive spark there was. As the game opened Florida marched 58 yards to score in two plays as Hunsinger went over from the Georgia 20. The Bulldogs took the ensuing kickoff and promptly moved 53 yards in seven plays to make a new game of it. The pay-off play was a Prosperi-to-Walston pass and Walston tied the game with the extra point. The Bulldogs hung tenaciously on until late in the second quarter when at last the flood gates opened and it was all Florida the rest of the way. 7-28 JOHN DUKE JIM MITCHELL HENRY LOVE PATSY ROCCO GEORGE FORD KEN McCALL FLOYD REID AUBURN IN 20-20 DEADFALL CO u O The Bulldogs lived up to their old reputation as a " second-half " team as they came from behind in the closing minutes of a near riot to tie the Auburn Tigers 20-20. Trailing by thirteen points, Georgia plays failed to click until the last minute of the third quarter when Breezy Reid streaked 41 yards to the Auburn three and Prosperi pushed the ball across 13-7. In the fourth period Pat Fields recovered an Auburn fumble and Mai Cook, his receivers covered, raced to the Auburn 13 where Billy Mixon slipped around left end for the marker. Walston missed and the score stood 20-13. With only three minutes remaining, Al Bodine recovered a Tiger fumble and Cook passed to Lorendo on the Auburn 15. Reid took a pitchout and started around end bulling his way over tackier after tackier to fall across the double stripes. Walston booted the tying point through the uprights. 20-20. REID PICKS UP A FIRST DOWN . THE CIVIL WAR GENE LORENDO DUQUESNE BOWS TO GEORGIA The Iron Dukes of Duquesne were no match for the Bulldogs who scored in every quarter to take the contest 40-0. It was the Georgia defensive team, however, which took the laurels for the afternoon as they intercepted six passes and returned them 140 yards, 30 more than the offensive team managed with their own attack. Gene Chandler, Claude Hipps, and Ken McCall each intercepted passes and re- turned them 12, 25, and 45 yards respectively for touchdown. Patsy Rocco hud- dled over a Duquesne fumble in the Duke ' s end zone to gather another score. The Bulldog offense was able to make only nine first downs to six for Duquesne. Floyd Reid was the leading ground gainer with 42 yards in eight tries. MAL COOK 40-0 RAY PROSPERI NICK FEHER JOE JACKURA LEON BUTTS GEORGIA HANDED DEFEAT Halted completely in the air by the Bulldogs ' tightest secondary effort of the year, a Yellow Jacket eleven pushed over a single tally in the third quarter to take the game 7-6 before 40,000 fans in Atlanta. For the Bulldogs a break here or there and the game might have been different. The Jackets completed only MARION CAMPBELL % DICK RABER BOB WALSTON BY GEORGIA TECH 7-6 one pass while Georgia moved primarily by that method except for a few bursts by churning Floyd Reid. In the second quarter Mai Cook tossed to Gene Lorendo who went over to score. Bob Walston, extra-point-kicker who had missed only once this season, was on crutches and Bob Durand came in to attempt the placement. The ball hit a driving wind pocket and fell short into the end zone. Georgia led 6-0. After the half Tech came back to stage a concerted drive to score and Red Patton kicked the winning point as the Jackets went out in front 7-6. CLYDE HARRISON JEFF BURGAMY CAPTAIN PORTER PAYNE FOOTBALL ■ ' CHOO-CHOO IS A SISSY J rian llah t 9 nu 9 CRAZY-LEGS " MIXON SPRING PRACTICE, 1950 " ' . ' ' CHECK THE SCOREBOARD . . .!!! F 4i vn ix;mni;Wi:Ml MW)lir» FOOT CENTER JUMPS BOB SCH OsT SPIVEY ' $ SEVEN BASKETBALL 1949-50 Bulldog cagers had one of their best records of recent years as they downed Georgia Tech and then defeated powerful Kentucky 71-60. This was the first victory over the Wildcats by Georgia in 19 years. Bob Schloss, who scored 28 points against Kentucky, and Captain Bob Healey along with Joe Jordan, E. L. Rainey and Earl Davis paced the team with Coach Adolph Rupp of Kentucky aptly termed the " dark horse " of the SEC race. SQUAD Coach Jim Whatley No. Class 2 — Louis Christo Senior 3 — Charles Bryant Soph. 4 — Bill Penland Junior 5 — E. L. Rainey Senior 6 — Bob Healey Senior 7 — Dick Thomas Junior 8 — Lonnie O ' Quinn Soph. 9 — Minton Williams Junior 10— Joe Fate Soph. 11 — Bob Schloss Junior 12 — Earl Davis Junior 13 — Joe Jordan Junior 14 — Sonny Dykes Soph. 15 — Elliott Day Soph. 16 — Ryle Tatum Senior 17 — Jim Umbricht Soph. Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Feb. 9 Feb. 11 Feb. 15 Feb. 18 Feb. 25 March 2, BASKETBALL RESULTS 69 Chattanooga 48 59 Clemson 40 65 Clemson 57 50 Mississippi State 61 38 Alabama 53 77 South Carolina 62 70 University of Mississippi 52 63 Mercer 57 43 South Carolina 54 71 Kentucky 60 Florida 54 Florida 48 Ga. Tech 55 .__ Kentucky 88 Ga. Tech 56 Chattanooga 56 Auburn Auburn, Ala. Florida Athens, Ga. Ga. Tech Athens, Ga. Mercer Macon, Ga. Auburn Athens, Ga. 3,4. SEC Tournament, Louisville, Ky. BASKETBALL TCL ion COACH WHATLEY CHEEBS AS SCHLOSS ADDS TWO POINTS FOR GEORGIA EARLE DAVIS (12) AND JIM LINE (34) TRY FOR THE BALL AS BILLY SPIVEY AND GUY STRONG LOOK ON. LUCIAN WHITAKER (32), BOB SCHLOSS (11) AND BILL SPIVEY (77) WATCH A TOSS BY JORDAN GEORGIA CALLS TIME OUT AS COACH WHATLEY AND HIS CHARGES HOLD THEIR LEAD OVER KY. BASEBALL Under the watchful eye of Jim Whatley, newly ap- pointed coach, baseball practice began March 1, and sixteen members of last year ' s diamond squad returned to play. With this outfit behind him, it seems as if Coach Whatley ' s first season will be a very successful one. THE 1949 GEORGIA BASEBALL SQUAD (Presstime deadline prevented the use oi 1950 photo.) 1950 BASEBALL Schedule MARCH 20 FLORIDA GAINESVILLE. FLA. MARCH 21 FLORIDA GAINESVILLE. FLA. MARCH 22 MERCER MACON, GA. MARCH 25 FURMAN GREENVILLE. S. C. MARCH 27 DUKE ATHENS. GA. MARCH 28 DUKE ATHENS. GA. MARCH 29 MERCER ATHENS, GA. APRIL 5 SOUTH CAROLINA ATHENS. GA. APRIL 7 AUBURN AUBURN. ALA. APRIL 8 AUBURN AUBURN. ALA. APRIL 12 CLEMSON ATHENS. GA. APRIL 14 TENNESSEE ATHENS. GA. APRIL 15 TENNESSEE ATHENS, GA. APRIL 17 CLEMSON CLEMSON, S. C. APRIL 21 AUBURN ATHENS, GA. APRIL 22 AUBURN ATHENS. GA. APRIL 24 VANDERBILT NASHVILLE, TENN. APRIL 25 VANDERBILT NASHVILLE. TENN. APRIL 29 SOUTH CAROLINA COLUMBIA. S. C. MAY 3 KENTUCKY LEXINGTON. KY. MAY 4 KENTUCKY LEXINGTON, KY. MAY 5 TENNESSEE KNOXVILLE. TENN. MAY 6 TENNESSEE KNOXVILLE. TENN. MAY 10 FURMAN ATHENS. GA. MAY 12 TECH ATLANTA. GA. MAY 13 TECH ATHENS. GA. MAY 17 KENTUCKY ATHENS. GA. MAY 18 KENTUCKY ATHENS, GA. MAY 19 TECH ATHENS. GA. MAY 20 TECH ATLANTA. GA. SWIMMING Jeam 1950 SWIMMING MEETS Georgia 35 Univ. of Florida 40 Georgia 62 Auburn 13 Georgia 45 Florida State 31 Georgia 41 Georgia Tech 35 Georgia 49 Vanderbilt 16 Feb. 8 Auburn Auburn, Ala. Feb. 9 Florida State Tallahassee, Fla. Feb. 10 University of Florida Gainesville, Fla. Feb. 12 University of Miami Coral Gables, Fla. Feb. 15 Clemson Athens, Ga. Feb. 21 Emory Athens, Ga. Feb. 25 Georgia Tech Atlanta, Ga. March 1 University of Miami Athens, Ga. March 3-4 SEAAU Championship Atlanta, Ga. March 9-11 SEC Championship Atlanta, Ga. March 23-25 NCAA Championship Columbus, Ohio FRONT ROW, left to right: Hardee, Morris, Turnipseed, Averett, Sasser, Gidley, Stock, Volk, Ship- man. BACK ROW: Coach " Bump " Gabrielson. Fisch, Fendig. Richardson, Cousins, Cooper, Harris, Hirschberg, Rich. CAPTAIN HORACE SAS3ER After dropping a close meet to Florida at the first of the season, the Georgia swimming team came back to cop the next four consecutive meets, including a 41-35 win over Georgia Tech. Coach " Bump " Gabrielson ' s squad is one of the best all-around aggregations at Georgia in recent years. Captain Horace Sasser, 1949 SEC high and low beard div ing champion, and Bob Hirschberg will perform off the " plank " and Bill Colk, Joe Stock, and Jim Hardee will lead a group of talented tank men in a schedule of 12 dual and three championship meets. BOB HIRSCHBERG . . . FLIPPING OVER CROSS COUNTRY Jrack Ji earn, TORRANCE GRIMES . . . GALLIENNE . CUNNINGHAM GOLDSMITH TURLINGTON Led by Captain Joe Hadaway, the Bulldog ' s Cross Country team completed the 1949 season with a record of three wins and three losses and placed sixth in the SEC. GEORGIA 50 GEORGIA 12 GEORGIA 46 GEORGIA 15 GEORGIA 17 GEORGIA 31 949 RECORD GA.TECH . . . . 15 SOUTH CAROLINA 43 UNIV. OF FLORIDA 15 UGA, ATLANTA DIV. 51 SOUTH CAROLINA 46 MERCER .... 25 TRACK TEAM (Picture not available) Georgia ' s track team opens its 1950 season with the usual lack of experienced performers. Facing a schedule of five dual and three championship meets, Coach Forrest " Spec " Towns can rely on only five returning veterans from last year ' s squad. These include Ben Sutton, 220 and 440; Joe Hadaway, distance; Guy Fleming, 440 and low hurdles; Wil- liam Gallienne, mile and two mile; and Clarence Ehrlich, shot put and discus throw. 1950 TRACK SCHEDULE Feb. 25— Southern Indoor Meet, Chapel Hill, N. C. April 22— Florida Gainesville, Fla. April 1— South Carolina Athens April 29 — Georgia Tech Athens April 8 — Birmingham Relays . Birmingham, Ala May 4 — Mercer Macon April 15 — Auburn Auburn, Ala. May 19-20 — Southeastern Conference Meet, Birmingham, Ala. TENNIS TEAM Georgia ' s 1950 tennis team returns to the courts minus many of the players of last year ' s squad which defeated the netmen from Georgia Tech for the first time since 1941, and which had a season record of ten wins to five losses. Beginning March 21, Coach Albert Jones sends his team through a schedule which will include one championship and 14 dual contests. 1950 TENNIS SCHEDULE March 21 Florida Gainesville, Fla. March 22 Jacksonville Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Fla. April 5 Georgia Tech Athens, Ga. April 7 L. S. U. Athens, Ga. April 10 Florida Athens, Ga. April 12 Emory Athens, Ga. April 14 Florida State Athens, Ga. April 18 Georgia Tech Atlanta. Ga. April 20 Emory Emory Unv. April 25 Presbyterian Athens, Ga. April 28 Sewanee Sewanee, Tenn. April 29 Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn. May 3 Miami Athens, Ga. May 10 Vanderbilt Nashville, Tenn. May 11, 12-13 SEC Tournament Nashville, Tenn. FIRST ROW, left to right:Bobby Schwartz, Bobby Brail, Joe Scoggins. and Herbert Krumbein. SECOND ROW, left to right: Billy Simons, John Gimma, Hilliard Burt, Coach Albert Tones. INTRAMURAL SPORTS DEPARTMENT The men ' s intramural sports department up until 1946 was voluntary under student supervision. Mr. E. B. Smith set up the present organization with the help of Mr. Tews and the present supervisor, Mr. Wendall Wilson. The depart- ment coordinates all intramural sports on the campus, including touch foot- ball, basketball, Softball, volley ball, bowling, water polo, swimming, track, fencing, and many other sports. The annual Whiskey and Mud Bowls are under its supervision. The department has tentative plans for continued ex- pansion of its program which will put it on par with similar institutions. INTRAMURAL BOARD Chairman WENDALL WILSON Faculty RICHARD TEWS Faculty E. B. SMITH Faculty B. W. GABRIELSEN Student MILTON MURRAY Student RUSSELL CLARY STUDENT BOARD OF MANAGERS Joe E. Brown Scoop Davis Wallace Davis Marvin Stern Malloy Jones Roy Whitfield Lawrence Harvey Paul Goodman Russell Clary David Stark WILSON (EXTREME LEFT) AND HIS ' ' BOYS " WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC The purpose of the Women ' s Athletic Associa- tion is to foster true sportsmanship and to further athletic interests and activities for Uni- versity women. OFFICERS President JANE JACKSON Vice-Pres. ROWENA HYATT Secretary JACKIE LONG Treasurer LETA WEBB FIRST ROW: Telford, Thomas, Davidson, Goolsby, Simmons, Ragsdale, Roundtree, Smith, Clemens, Lundy, Chastain, Dickson, Ziegler, Brooks. SECOND ROW: Wallace, Lunsiord, Robertson, Forgy. George, Nally, Young Tygast, Long, Jackson, Hyatt, Webb, Allen, Friedman, Seymour, Bramblett, Dean, Bell, Black. ■■■■■■■■■IHBHnHHHBHHIHHHHHaHH _y r ddociation K M - " ■ ' " WHERE ARE THEY . . . ? " . . . Pandora asked, in a low and sexy voice. " Where are they? " " Where are what? " ' Why, where are those typical Georgia students I ' ve heard so much about. " And without waiting for an answer, she set out across the campus to find THAT TYPICAL GEORGIA STUDENT. " Hi, Roddy, " she said. " Where can I find the typical Georgia student? " But he only tipped his hat and slowly rode away . . . " Two to one it doesn ' t exist, " one guy said. But, Pandora, not to be discouraged so easily went on her merry search . . . A hot lip from the Red and Black? Nope. Not a typical one in the bunch . . . PANDORA CONTINUES HER SEARCH v : - !« 1 j 1 H 1 , H 3 ' Well, bust my pedestal, " said Pan . . . " Soldiers. ' " WHERE ARE THEY? " PANDORA ASKS AGAIN . . . " THOSE TYPICAL GEORGIA CATS? " " Knock, knock ... Is Joe in there?? " Ummm ... a business transaction. Well, at last . . . such form . . . such grace . . . note the intelligent look, the well-dressed appearance . . . the distinction. Pandora com- pleted her search . . . then raised her pistol to her head and fired away . . .!! THE TYPICAL GEORGIA STUDENTS -rfW i- - " " " " " " W? dc anaora PRESENTS ORCHIDS Jo, BEV SCARBOROUGH . . . worker JOHN E. GRIFFIN . . . old timer BOB REINHARDT . . . climbing DR. MAXWELL . . . friendly DEAN THOMAS IONES . . . builder DAN MAGILL . . . efficiency DEAN PAUL W. CHAPMAN . . . cooperative ELLIS CLIFTON . . . editorials CHARLIE LEWIS . . . tops JAMES BENTLEY . . . hustler RAY BURNS . . . smiles PORTER PAYNE . . . leader WILLIAM CRANE . . . go-getter HARRY WINGATE . . . versatile POLICEMAN BRADBERRY . . . conscientious COMER WHITEHEAD . . . long hours GWEN WEST GRIFFIN . . . Georgia ' s pride NELLE TUMLIN . . . progressive HOMER A. BLACK . . . brilliant LAMAR DODD . . . South ' s best WATSON WHITE . . . " colonel " HUGH HODGSON ... a friend HERKY DOMINEY . . . wonderful JIM ANDREWS . . . cheerful REX EDMONDSON . . . critic DEAN DREWRY . . . inspiration BERT HESTER . . . politico QUEEN ANNE AND HER COURT . . . Pulchritude CLAUDE DAVIDSON . . . helpful SUE BROWN . . . sweet IOE BAGWELL . . . indispensable dt andorad SCRAP BOOK . . . ttl hi b x J v L OF THE There were weeks of anxious waiting . . . long hours oi re- hearsal . . . last minute details . . . bright footlights ... " I can ' t possibly walk out there " . . . but finally: " Miss Pandora " and the 1950 Pandora Beauty Court. ■ ■II % » H r », - i i.i i ;. If ■ V : 950 PANDORA BEAUTY COURT THE 1950 PANDORA d5eaut v COURT JUDGES Barnwell Sweet McPherson Lamar Dodd 1350 • u 2 h .1 A4V BEAUTY ueen tniAA am foveker Z e ' : w2 fiMK 1 f ' it V m r v %T .1 I l ' 1 p I 4 {• ' Jl ■ ' ' . - IB LH I 1 1 i - i V dfc 8 m jean qretw . A ft» y «3E - i . ' ■CI v » x I .v- " iv ' ijy-y t i ' W ' • FVwtV - - ' ' ' J) » V 4. . " l? " 1 5ki § iean JutkertaH w • ftteti wAt fritffih ™ OSfc •Jmhk w tt ' O - tnartka 6uA LAURA JANE SOLANA Clark Howell Dormitory ■nMRBH PEGGY SCARBOROUGH Alpha Gamma Rho OVIDA PITTS Law Dormitory BETTY FOSTER Sigma Pi BETTY LEONARD Lambda Chi Alpha ALTA LEE PATCH Delta Sigma Pi FAY SCOTT Phi Delta Theta DOTTIE ANN ADDISON Wilkins Hall FRANKIE REYNOLDS Kappa Sigma 1950 PANDORA BEAUTY REVIEW CONTESTANT SPONSOR 1. Martha Simpson Alpha Tau Omega 2. Ann Brooker Pi Kappa Alpha 3. Jean Grear Chi Psi 4. Miriam Paris Tau Epsilon Phi 5. Joann Sheffield Theta Chi 6. Sadie Murphy Joe Brown Hall 7. Frances Alper Phi Epsilon Pi 8. Laura Jane Solatia Clark Howell Dorm. 9. Mary Anne Core Delta Tau Delta 10. Peggy Scarborough Alpha Gamma Hho 11. Ovida Pitts Law Dorm. 12. Betty Foster Sigma Pi 13. Frankie Reynolds Kappa Sigma 14. Betty Leonard Lambda Chi Alpha 15. Phyllis MacMullin Milledge Hall 16. Julia Ellen Askew Lucas House 17. Dottie Ann Addison WUkins Hall 18. Mary Elizabeth Harmon Sigma Chi 19. Virginia Leybum Sigma Alpha Epsilon 20. Jean Sutherland Kappa Alpha 21. Gwen West Sigma Nu 22. Faye Scott Phi Delta Theta 23. Elizabeth Patterson Pi Kappa Phi 24. Martha Bush Chi Phi 25. Alta Lee Patch Delta Sigma Pi Pictures not available. dt ctnciorci REVIEWS THE BEAUTY REVIEW Sm in ? c cations m 5 ttfc ' 50 t Af V£ ft p AN D OF Rro, : US ' sity hSnS ' G o rgid Oi?4 VZ aaiaaf r % - THE 1950 dt anaoru SLOAN HILL Editor-in-Chief has switched to JOE CHEELEY Business Manager . . . big wheel THE STAFF Editor-in-Chief SLOAN HILL Business Manager JOE CHEELEY Managing Editor TOMMY WALKER Art Editor JOE BAGWELL Associate Editor JACK STEINBERG Woman ' s Editor CLARA O ' KEEFFE Photographer CHARLIE LEWIS Photographer ED LEWIS Sports Editor ED ELLIS Faculty Advisor CLAUDE DAVIDSON Assistant Business Manager — HOWLETT IRVIN OFFICE WORK: Dot Banister. Joyce Canell. Phillip Hoffman. Shirley Douglas, Sonny Goodman, Frances Hazen, Gerald Levy, Morton Levine. Gerald Platock, Hay Jenkins, Mona Stokes. Barbara Chadwick, Sue Gardner. Bill Jackson. ED ELLIS Sports Editor CLAUDE DAVIDSON Faculty Advisor Pandora Photographers ED LEWIS CHARLIE LEWIS THE GEORGIA CRACKER The Georgia Cracker is a monthly magazine originated, edited and published by the students at the University of Georgia. OFFICERS Editor MARION MONTGOMERY Business Manager IRIS OWEN Managing Editor HUBERT CALLOWAY Art Editor BILL TIDWELL BUT IT WASN ' T ALL WORK AND NO PLAY RED AND BLACK WINTER QUARTER STAFF HEADS WERE: LEFT TO RIGHT: Mike Edwards. As- sistant News Editor; Alan Patureau, Managing Editor; David Cook, News Editor; and John Pennington, Assistant News Editor. JUST ANY TUESDAY OR WEDNESDAY NIGHT . . UNTIL WEE HOURS . . . THEN THEBE WEBE THE DAYS AT MCGREGOR ' S PROOF POSITIVE: POAGE DIDN ' T WORK ALL THE TIME . . . CAUCUS OR RED AND BLACK PARTY? Classes and lectures are the " meat and potatoes " of univer- sity life, activities are the desert. Most students do just what is required, a few go further. It is these who make the organiza- tion leaders ... it is these who Pandora salutes as leaders of tomorrow. SONG OF GEORGIA MEMBERS Mary Jo Anderson Ann Bell Miriam Bryant Betty Brannan Barbara Burton Barbara Bridges Alice Baker Herbert Bridges Paul Baker Ben C. Barrow John D. Boston Wilber E. Baugh Raymond Bird Margaret Ann Church Sam Chance Mark Caldwell Charles Carter Martha Ecker Doris Echols Glenna Freeman Corinna Finley Jackie Foster Charles Fitts Ronald Green Faye Hamilton Troupe Harris Mary Kramer Gretchen Long Virginia Lynn Gay Moate Mary Jo Mayton Emily Ann O ' Neill W. C. Owen Lillie Fittard Jackie Pilcher Polly Powell Marilyn Privete Eston Perkins Jane Rasmussen Marjorie Rosser Dorothy Shackelford Sybil Seymour Brown C. Stephens James A. Snow Tommy Tillman Jane Vickery Rose Wilkerson Jane White Mary Francis Wheeler Joyce Wood Cora Williams Mary W.Ikes Ray Walker Joan Yow Organized in the spring of 1948, the A-Capella Choir is open to all students, and has a mem- bership of fifty-five. George Perkins, Assistant Professor of Music is director. The choir last year presented for the first time in the South- east the " Missa Brevis " of Kodaly, and presently presents annual spring and Christmas con- certs in Athens, and offers its members valu- able vocal training and a rewarding musical experience. i 1 J S 2 -Wi l S Hr 9 HP 1 H _ | ■ 1 ..r,- ' ' ,Ml k A CAPELLA CHOIR A G H O N Aghon is a local honorary Society in the Col- lege of Agriculture. One must have completed at least eighteen courses toward an agricul- tural degree, besides possessing outstanding ability, to be eligible for membership. Aghon elects seven men in the Fall and seven in the Spring Quarters. OFFICERS President LAURENCE T. CRIMMINS Secretary-Treasurer E. A. DAVENPORT MEMBERS John Connor Bill Hay Laurence Crimmins Russell Miller E. A. Davenport J. Harold Parker H. B. Fender Joe Simpson Morgan Golden Larry Torrance R. O. Harrison C. S. Tucker J. G. Herring Harry Wingate D. E. Hightower The Ag Club was organ- ized at the University on January 8, 1907 with the purpose of advancing the knowledge of Agriculture here at the University and elsewhere, as much as possible. The club held its annual banquet on May 19, 1949. During the fall quarter the Ag Club spon- sored a series of lectures pertaining to parliamen- tary procedure. This series of lectures was presented by Dr. Virginia Wood, as- sociate professor of Polit- ical Science at the Univer- sity of Georgia. FIRST ROW: Welborn, Gable, Sharpe, Parker, Torrence, Miller. SECOND ROW: Gaines, Parker, Turner, Henson, Whitfield, Grimmins. THIRD ROW: Green, Tucker, Elinburg, Daniels, Neal, Bradford. FOURTH ROW: Cox, Lee, Hightower, Buchanan. FIFTH ROW: Griit. Proctor. MEMBERS David E. Bozeman Ernest P. Bray Lawrence T. Crimmins lames E. Daniels William A. Elinburq W. Scott Futral Claude R. Gaines William M. Exner Joe H. Goble Ronald H. Greene Edward Earl Hightower Wiley H. Henson Donald E. Lee William F. McCreery Russell L. Miller Hassel L. Parker James Harold Parker Edward M. Sharpe Larry T. Torrence Charles Tucker Carl Joseph Turner Branson E. Welborn S. Roy Whitfield OFFICERS SFRING QUARTER, 1949 President JACK BUCHANAN Vice-President WILLIAM ESTEP Secretary LARRY TORRENCE Treasurer HAROLD PARKER Reporter JOHN BROOKS Sergeant-at-Arms WILLIAM ELINBURG Critic DAVID BOZEMAN SUMMER QUARTER President JOHN BROOKS Vice-President WALTER RUCKER Secretary DAVID BOZEMAN Treasurer 1 DOUGLAS CARLTON Parliamentarian WILLIAM WORRELL Critic HOWARD STEMBRIDGE Reporter BRANSON WELBORN Sergeant-at-Arms RUSSELL NEAL FALL QUARTER President WILLIAM A. ELINBURG Vice-President J. HAROLD PARKER Treasurer C. JOSEPH TURNER Secretary DONALD E. LEE Parliamentarian E. EARL HIGHTOWER Critic BRANSON E. WELBORN Reporter S. ROY WHITFIELD Sergeant-at-Arms CHARLES TUCKER AGRICULTURE CLUB AC ECONOMICS CLUB The Agricultural Economics Club was organized in 1932 on this campus. The club has em- phasized vocational opportunities, and during the past four years members of the club have surveyed requirements and opportunities for employment in the field of agricultural eco- nomics. MEMBERS George L. Allmond Leroy Brigham John H. Bridges Herbert E. Cook Olin B. Cox Frank Dillard William Harrell Robert Henderson Alex A. Hendry Edgar W. Keller Jonathan McConnell Charles O ' Kelley Thomas Peeples Charles Pickren Julian Raburn lames C. Stewart John L. Stewart John W. Taylor David H. Tift James L. Wardlow HONORARY MEMBERS Peter L. Henderson Frank P. King Roy E. Procter OFFICERS President H. B. FENDER Vice President T. H. FRAZiER Secretary-Treasurer C. R. GAINES, JR. Faculty Advisor H. W. FIRIR FIRST ROW: Fender. Su How Hwa, Taylor. Bridges, Cook, Stewart. SECOND ROW: Tift, Dillard. Pickren. Hendrey, Harrell. THIRD ROW: Zox, Bigham, Kellar, Allmond, Henderson. FOURTH ROW: Raburn, M=Connell, Wardlow, Frazier, Gaines. AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING CLUB This club was founded on this campus in 1929; its main purpose is to provide orientation for the profession of Agriculture Engineering, and to provide opportunities for meeting outstand- ing members of the profession. SENIORS Allen, W. D. Andrews, E, E. Barker, R. H. Baxter, D. O. Brown, L. M. Byington, A. G. Camp, J. B. Cannon, B. M. Carson, J. M. Carter, W. G. Cowart, A. Culpepper, J. C. Doudney, A. C. Reid, J. T. Drawdy, E. C. Drury, L. N. Duke, W. A. Edison, I. P. Faulk, M. B. Fletcher, W. H. Freeman, J. C. Gaskins, J. H. Gentry, I. M. Gillett, R. B. Glenn, J. C. Hadden, R. L. Harrell, E. A. Helmey, E. L. Barnes, D. V. Bibb. W. P. MEMBERS Hill, E. H. Watters, A. C. Hilliard, J. W. Roane, A. B, House. F. E. Rowan, J. D. Hudgins, O. D. Sanders, J, D. Lanier, C. B. Sears, H. S. Lastinger, S. R. Shults, C. O. Lumsden, I, C. Stevens, I. A. McCrary, J. B. Turk, H. L. McCreery, W. F. Van Haltern, F Patrick, L. B. Wheeler, I. D. Phillips, W. I. Pirkle, J. F. JUNIORS Pryor, J. E. Thomas, R. E. Aldred, W. H. Tyus, L. C. Childs, G. F. Dugger, W. D. Flanders, ). E. Flanders, R. Gilchrist, T. G. Harden, W. G. Henry, Z. A. Hudson, B. L. Lee, I. A. Moxley, B. L. Nixon, C. N. Norris, W. H. Park, W. H. Smith, R. E. Stansell, J. R. SOPHOMORES Harden, W. H. Lovingood, A. J. Marritt, J. F. Paulk, J. W. Shute, M. Turner, C. I. FRESHMEN Crawford, G. M. Ford, J. K. King, C. W. Mills, M. G. Payne, N. I. Peel, T. P. AGRONOMY CLUB The Agronomy Club was founded April 2, 1940 under the guidance of W. O. Collins, who is the present faculty advisor. It is a member of the student section of The American Society of Agronomy. Its purpose is to promote better interest and improved practices in the field of Agronomy. During the past two years, the club has had two three acre wheat projects, a three acre cotton project, and had a soil testing exhibit at the 1949 Athens Agricultural Fair. MEMBERS James M. Aiken Dan Bacon John Barton Frank Blackburn John D. Bolton David Bozeman Danny Bugeslovi Joseph H. Cain Bon Carlton William Clement Jimmie Collier Cecil Collins Gerald Cowart B. Olin Cox lohny Davis Charles Ellington John Gay Morgan Go ' den Maloy Jones Logan Lewis John H. Massey Russell Miller T. R. Mobley Paul Newton Henry Owings Harold Parker William Parker Thomas Quarles Ed Sharpe Wayne Tennille OFFICERS FIRST ROW: Miller. Lewis. SECOND ROW: Tennille. Quarles, Aiken. President . RUSSELL MILLER Vice-President .. JOHN T. BARTON Secretary LOGAN LEWIS Treasurer BOND CARLTON Reporter . . JAMES AIKEN Critic WAYNE TENNILLE Parliamentarian ... THOMAS QUARLES FACULTY MEMBERS Alpha Kappa Psi, professional commerce fra- ternity, was founded at New York University on October 5, 1904. Alpha Epsilon Chapter was installed May 13, 1922. The purposes of the organization are to further the individual welfare of its members; to foster scientific re- search in the fields of commerce, accounts, and finance; to educate the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals therein; and to pro- mote and advance in institutions of collegiate rank, courses leading to degrees in business administration. Dr. R. P. Brooks Prof. I. E. Dean Prof. J. P. McMahon Dr. H. W. Moorhouse Prof. R. T. Segrest Dr. Glenn W. Sutton Dr. E. S. Troelston Prof. L. H. Walker (Faculty Advisor) OFFICERS President HARRY SMITH Vice President JACK CLARK Secretary LEONARD MURRAY Treasurer FRED JACKSON Master of Rituals TOM HUTCHESON MEMBERS Ludwig Barbato Boyce Brewer A. L. Chason. Jr. Harry Chee Robert Church Jack Clark George Doerner Don Farrell Russell Finley Tom Goodson John R. Hardin Dan Howard T. P. Hutcheson Howlett Irvin Charles F. Jackson Robert Jackson William Loh James Medlin Joe C. Mitchell Frank Mulling Leonard Murray Bob Nicholson M. M. Oppegard Jimmy Parker John F. Paulsen Read Porter W. V. Poss Bob Pringle George Sandman Hollis Shiflett Harry Smith John Stillwell C. McCoy Williams ALPHA KAPPA PSI ALPHA PHI OMEGA To assemble college men in the fellowship of the scout oath and law, to develop friendship, and to promote service to humanity is the aim of Alpha Fhi Omega service fraternity. OFFICERS President HALL PEEBLES Vice-President DAN MARTIN Secretary JOE MITCHELL Treasurer JERRY FIELDS MEMBERS David Bergrin Artie Cohen Marvin Jones Charles McMichael Jerry Fields Dan Martin Joe Mitchell Pat Murphy Bill McRae Hall Peebles Paul Russell Frank Scarlett John Stillwell John Strickland Frank Triano Tom Waddell Irving Zaslow ALPHA PS! Alpha Psi is a national professional fraternity for students in the field of Veterinary Medicine. It was the first fraternity of its kind to establish a chapter at the University of Georgia. Lambda Chapter was granted a charter on May 15, 1948, and is the young- est of eleven chapters. The fraternity colors are dark blue and bright gold. The fraternity flower is the red carnation. OFFICERS President •_ ROBERT SHANNON Vice-President BILL WATERS Corresponding Secretary GENE YARBORO Recording Secretary _ .. W.G.THOMAS Treasurer BILL PACE MEMBERS Atkinson, Robert E. Gilchrist, Edgar H. Midyette. Norfleet W. Barrett. Ted Greenig, Charles A. Mincey, Angus C Jr. Bedwell, L. Roe Griffith, Leland E. Mobley, Ralph C. Bell, Ruel Griner, Ernest R. Nunnery, Murray E. Benson, Charles Hardy. Jesse C. Pace, William E. Blount, Carl A., Ir. Hare. William C. Page. Ben, Jr. Carter, William L„ Ir. Hawk, James M. Patton. Charles B. Cherry. William H„ Jr. Herring, lohn G.. Jr. Pearson, Walter G. Christopher, John L. Hilliard, Byron F. Porter, James E. Clark, George A.. Jr. Holbrook, Harold H. Reagan, Clyde M. Clyatt, Bobby W. Justice, William H. Rigler. Robert B. Cook, Walter G. Kepp, James C. Robison, Robert R. Crimmins, Lawrence T. Knox, Eqrl L. Shannon, Robert O. Daniels, Jimmy E. Kuhn. Robert M. Setser, Mac S. Davis. Calvin M. Lee, Charles E. Sloan, Jesse S. Dcdqen, OUie M. Lott. Robert L. Smith, Felix M. Drake, Roscoe L. Mason, Raymond H. Smith, Frank H. Ducey, Frederick E., Jr. McConnell, Edward L. Smith. George L. Dye, Obe D., Jr. McDonald, Paul A. Smith, William V. Elinburg, William A.. Ir. Meeks, Robert L. Steele, Leonard J. Fisher. lames H. Mercer, John T. SUnson. Harold E. Thomas, John B. Thomas, Walter G. Taul, Leroy K. Thornton, Carey W., Jr Tuttle. Jack G. Tyner, Calvin E. Waters, William J., Jr. Watson, William H. Weaver, Walter B. Williams, Charlia L. Wheeler, James F. Veatch, Julian L. Yarboro, Lewis G. PLEDGES: Carter, David Fulcher. Ophus Gibbs, Marcus C. Helberg, Herman Moore, Sam Tumlin, Jack y- raternit y ALPHA ZETA Alpha Zeta is dedicated to the promotion of fel- lowship among students consecrated to the cause of agriculture, and recognition of those of high standing and good scholarship, of fine morale, and possessing those traits of character and personality that make for the highest type of manhood. It is our aim to assist those who give promise to becoming agricultural leaders when their collegiate courses are finished and they take their places in the field of agricultural development. OFFICERS Chancellor D. E. HIGHTOWER Censor L. T. TORRANCE Scribe J. H. PARKER Treasurer W. A. IRVIN Chronicler W. A. Elinburg Guide W. A. KNAPP MEMBERS James M. Aiken Daniel D. Bacon Rurel Bell Clarence E. Benton lames T. Bryson Buiord O. Cox Lawrence T. Crimmins Calvin M. Davis William A. Elinburg Charles P. Ellington Clarence Fisher William H. Fletcher Ernest R. Griner Deward E. Hightower Alfred L. Hughes Wilt A. Irvin Edgar W. Keller William A. Knapp Earl L. Knox James W. Lanier Logan M. Lewis Robert L. Meeks John T. Mercer Russell L. Miller Ralph C. Mobley George R. Morris Douglas C. McClurkin Charles G. McKelvey James F. McNeil Henry H. Owings James H. Parker Joseph E. Pryor Walter J. Riley Rufus G. Sadler Olin C. Smith Joe A. Stephens Carl H. St. John LeRoy K. Taul Verrile G. Thigpen Larry T. Torrance William H. Watson Charles O. Wike James L. Williamson Lewis G. Yarboro BAPTIST STUDENT UNION The Baptist Student Union is the voluntary religious activity of the Baptist students within the schools and colleges of the South as pro- vided for and promoted by Southern Baptists. The BSU, the connecting link between the col- lege and the local church in the college center, has been active on this campus since 1925. Membership is based on students membership in any recognized organization of a local Baptist Church. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEMBERS President HENRY COMER Enlistment Vice-President MIRIAM DAVIS Social Vice-President GRETTA JOHNSON Devotional Vice-President PAT BATCHELOR Recording Secretary MARY CHANCE Corresponding Secretary ANN O ' OUINN Treasurer WRIGHT GELLERSTEDT Sunday School Representative LARRY TORRENCE Y. W. A. Representative MURRAY BOYD Editor BILL RAMSEY Historian LOGAN LEWIS Coordinate Representative SYBIL COMPTON Extension Director GLORIA MALCOM Publicity Director HENRY DANIEL Music Director ALFRED DAVIS Student Secretary REV. AUBREY HAWKINS Local Pastor DR. HOWARD P. GIDDINS Faculty Advisors MR. CHARLES F. HUDGENS MR. FRED W. BENNETT BLUE KEY MEMBERS lames Benlley Allen Bower Ira L. Bray Jack Buchanan Ray Burns Joseph £. Cheeley Lamar Clifton Laurence T. Crimmins W. A. Elinburg Paul T. Eskew Henry Grady Griner R. N. Halliday John G. Herring Earl Hightower Charles H. Jones W. Hill Newton H. H. Owings J. Harold Parker Portor O. Payne Tommy Pope W. J. Riley. Jr. Larry Torrence Charles J. Tucker Watson L. White H. L. Wingate OFFICERS President JOHN HERRING Vice-President LAURENCE CRIMMINS Sec-Treasurer JOHN OWEN COLLEGE 4-H CLUB OFFICERS President LARRY TORRANCE Vice-President BILL RAMSEY Secretary VIRGINIA TERRY Reporter LAURENCE WILLIAMSON Parliamentarian BILL McCREERY Sergeant-at-Arms I ROY WHITFIELD Ag-Hill Representative MARINELLE WELDON The 4-H Club was established on the campus to promote the welfare of the students ana the institution, to add to a scholarship loan fund lor aiding former club members attending col- lege, to establish closer friendships and better acquaintances among the students and college officials, to train for leadership, and to each year assist the most outstanding boy and girl in the club to attend the Danforth Foundation Leadership Camp at Camp Miniwanka. Former 4-H members and all worthy students who show an interest in 4-H Club work are eligible for membership. Each spring the club sponsors an Annual Ag Hill Carnival to benefit the 4-H Loan Fund, and at which the " King and Queen of Ag Hill " are elected. MEMBERS Clarence Benton Jewel Biles Agnes L. Carpenter Sybil Compton Johnny Davis Cordelia Ellis Guy Fleming, Jr. Julia Ann Garvin Monroe Jonson Renee Johnson Carol Kenimer Logan M. Lewis Rhowyn Lowry Zelda Lynk Catherine McCreery Bill McCreery Bill Ramsey Edward Sharpe Cecil Smith Sannie Smith Merrill Stewart Frank Tatum Virginia Terry Larry Torrance Nadine Vickers S. R. Whitfield Lawrence Williams Branson E. Welborne Marinelle Weldon Barbara Williams Anne O ' Quinn DELTA SIGMA PI Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity or- ganized to foster the study of business in univer- sities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to pro- mote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community. OFFICERS Headmaster ROBERT R. CARMICHAEL, JR. Senior Warden CARL G. CHAMBERS Junior Warden ALBERT R. CORAM Treasurer MAURICE C. WOOLARD Scribe EUGENE T. JONES Chancellor EZRA B. JONES Master of Ceremonies T. ELWOOD ROBISON Master of Festivities LEWIS A. WOODALL Historian Burl V. Rowan ATTORNEY GENERAL EUGENE COOK SPOKE AT ANNUAL BANQUET MEMBERS Waller C. Bakes Carl H. Battle Dewey F. Bell Philip L. Branson Robert H. Carmichael, Jr. Carl G. Chambers Edwin G. Clay Albert R. Coram Robert W. Coursey Kenneth V. Daws Daniel D. Dominy D. Clyde Fountain I. H. Harkins Donald E. Harris William R. Harris Thomas H. Hearn Arthur L. Hill W. Frank Hill Eugene T. Jones Ezra B. Jones Marvin C. Jones A. Pondelee Leotis Charles D. Lewis William J. Livingston Ruius H. Mahafiey, Jr. James N. Mauricourt Joseph A. Miller J. Fraser Miller Jimmy J. Murphy Charles H. McMillan Carl W. McPherson Van N. Nichols T. Elwood Robison Roy Robinson Fred B. Rooney. Jr. Burl V. Rowan Alvin J. Rowe Paul C. Russell William V. Scoggins Robert L. Sellers Keith Slayton Frank I. Smith Curtis E. Waites Ray W. Walker William H. Wells Maurice C. Woolard Lewis A. Woodall DELTA THETA PHI Delta Theta Phi, National Law Fraternity, was founded in 1900. The fraternity has sixty-five active senates and over 23,000 members. It was established at the University of Georgia in 1904. Jr. Joe Berqen Joe C. Chandler Walter E. Coney Henry E. Cline Braswell Deen, Harry DeLoach Roy Fowler Allen Glenn Robert Hodges Ben A. Hodges Omar A. Huff John L. Jemigan George Johnson Roy May Robert F. McCIure Alvin Mitchell Charles Mock David Morgan MEMBERS Charles V. Mottola Colquitt H. Odom Albert Roberts George W. Smith, Jr. Ralph Spain Robert Sumner Dan White James Hines Wood James Horace Wood Robert C. Walther Wilbur C. Brooks John E. Owens Oscar Beverly Arthur Gunther Ralph Foster Aden Keeter Bill Fleming Pete Calhoun James Boatright OFFICERS Dean CHARLES V. MOTTOLA Vice-Dean BRASWELL DEEN, JR. Tribune COLQUITT ODOM Master of Rolls BEN A. HODGES Dl GAMMA KAPPA The purpose of Di-Gamma Kappa is to promote interest and enthusiasm among the students of the medium of radio and to give to those in- terested students opportunity for professional ex- perience. Alpha Chapter was founded at the University of Georgia in 1939. MEMBERS Byron Hurst. Jr. Billi Drew Byron Cartes Chuck Griner Lillian Woodall Frank Rushton Jim Matthews Barney Whitaker. Jr. I. C. Hulme Minor Shadburn Don Cheatham B. I. Hancock Weyman Brooks lack Strickland Mary Keatin Grayson Trapnell Austin Saxon Peggy Comon Barry Blitzer Mavis Baggett lames Gegis Ben Ulman Chuck Glenn Dick Welsh Betty Ann Chandler Jeanne Sexton Ion Ellington Jim Martin Elaine Weinstein Hiram Bray Otis Hughes Jean O ' Neal George Thompson OFFICERS President MINOR SHADBURN Vice-President GEORGE THOMPSON Secretary-Treasurer WEYMON BROOKS Historian DICK WELSH Librarian LILLIAN WOODALL DEMOSTHENIAN LITERARY SOCIETY FALL QUARTER OFFICERS President CHARLES H. JONE; Vice-President GEORGE W. SMITI Secretary-Treasurer T. PRESTON BENTLF WINTER QUARTER OFFICERS President _ GRADY GRINER Vice-President LAMAR CLIFTON Secretary-Treasurer ED BARNUM In 1801, when the city of Athens was not yet a dream and the University of Georgia consisted of only Franklin campus, the Demosthenian Literary Society, named for Demosthenes, the greatest of Greek orators, boomed into existence. Since that time, Demosthenian, the oldest literary society of its kind in the South, has proved a shining light of inspiration to many of the South ' s noted statesmen, who received their start in its hallowed halls. At present, there are approximately two hundred active members. MEMBERS Roy I. Akins Talmadqe Arnette Ed Barnum Clen Baxter Roy Beaty Curtis Bell H. Stanley Benson, Jr. Marvin R. Benson lames L. Bentley, Jr. T. Preston Bentley Tom Beytagh Richard Blakewood Clarence Blount George Boney G. B. Braselton Lee Brewin Wilbur C. Brooks Dick Brown Ray Bums W. Meade Burns. Jr. T. Butler Hubert C. Callaway Joe Chandler Joe Cheeley Lessor C. Chitwood Carlox Chueca Ellis Clifton Lamar Clifton Billy C. Cobb David Cooke George Copans Charles D. Corbett Bobby Corley Arthur E. Covinton Paul Cresaps Lawrence Crimmins I. R. Cullens Richard L. Custer Jack Davidson Johnson Davis Harold Deloach Harry Deloach Bill Divine Derrell Dowdy William A. Elinburg Charles Elkins Van B. Ellis Albert Fendig Milton Fletcher Grayson Flowers Ralph H. Foster Charles Fraser Ralph Freeman Frank Gains Jay D. Garnder Allen Glenn Ernest Godwin Cesar Gomez Charles Goodson Henry Grady Griner James G. Hall Nick Holloday L. A. Hansard Thomas M. Harp Floyd Harrington George Harvey Thomas Hayes Robert T. Henderson Ed Hendricks Robert L. Henry, Jr. Phil Herndon W. B. Herndon Earl Hightower Stan Hodgkins Ernest B. Holditch Earl A. Holman Hubert Howard David Hulbert John B. Humphrey J. Walter Huntemann John C. Ingram J. W. Jackson, Jr. Kenneth James Ray Jenkins Frank Johnson William F. Johnson Wyatt M. Johnson David C. Jones Charles H. Jones Paul E. Jones William Justice Samuel R. Kendall John Kennedy Bruce Kirbo Ernest Lamb Donald E. Lee Doug Lester Alex Love John Love Ernest A. Lowe, Jr. Frank Lowie Edward V. Macate Earle B. May, Jr. Claude McBride Robert McClure Clarence McCullar Baker McGee. Jr. Emory H. McKinnon, Jr Charles T. McMichael Alvin Mitchell Theodore T. Molnar, Jr. Jack Moon Charles Moore David E. Morgan, Jr. Charles Munch Charles Mundy Pete Murray Russel Norvell Morris Notrica Colquitt Odom Jimmy Parker Alan Patereau Hall Peebles John S. Pennington George Pettelt Barry Phillips Tommy Pope Marion G. Pritchard Lake Proctor James Ptacek Bill Ramsey Cecil H. Redfern Robert Reeves J. A. Register Billy Rhodes Francis M. Roch Al Roberts Fred M. Rollison Louis Rozier Walter Rucker William Sharpe Robert H. Smalley Francis J. Smiley George W. Smith Harry Smith R. W. Smith, Jr. Thomas Allen Smith W. Truitt Smith Walter Smith Stephen J. Stephens Bill F. Storey Dennis Sullivan Hulett Sumlin Bob Sumner Willis Swint Jimmy Taylor Charles Tucker William T. Upchurch A. Guinn Vaughn Thomas A. Wadell Donald A. Walters Melvin E. Warren Jimmy Walsh Hal C. Waters Bob Watkins, Jr. Richard Welch William Troy Whatley Aubrey Wheeler Andrew J. Whitaker Carroll Whitcomb Watson White Issac Williams, Jr. John C. Williams Harry L. Wingate, Jr. Gus Woodall Frank Young The Economics Society was organized here at the University of Georgia in 1916. It strives to interest students in economic affairs, encourages and seeks to cultivate ideals of service and proper leadership among the college students. The membership is open to students of all the various colleges on campus. MEMBERS OFFICERS President JOHN HARDIN Vice-President JOHN STILLWELL, II Secretary WM. JENNINGS LIVINGSTON Treasurer BURL V. ROWAN Faculty Adv. DR. EMIL S. TROELSTON Glenn Braselton. Jr. Tena Burns Joseph T. Butler Marion L. Carey Robert Carmichael Schiran C. Carter Jack E. Clark Ed Clay Horace G. Dobson. William B. Dodd Charles L. Early James R. Gilmore David W. Gilreath John D. Gray, Jr. Robert E. Haile John Harkins Ethel Hartwell Charles M. Holland Howlett Irwin Jr. Charles F. Jackson Charles H. Jones Lance Makcey Jasper Maloy, Jr. James N. Mauricourt James R. Medlin J. Fraser Miller B. S. Moss. Jr. Leonard E. Murry, Jr. Robert N. Nicholson M. M. Oppegaard Homer S. Price. Jr. Robert L. Prinqle Fred B. Rooney Hollis Shiflet Alex P. Smith. Jr. H. B. Smith DeLamar Turner Maurice Woolard ECONOMICS SOCIETY GRIDIRON SECRET ORGANIZATION MEMBERS Charles Mundy Welborn Duke T. M. Smith Bob Baliour Watson L. White J. C. Paul Ray Bums John Swift Will Hill Newton Bert Hester Gus Barksdale Harry Smith Roy Lambert Earl Hightower Glenn York Charles Tucker Bill Roberts Joe Cheeley Walter Smith Bobby MacArthur lames Bentley Jim Andrews Charlie Jones Henry Grady Griner Al Davenport Barry Phillips Menry Troutman Sloan Hill Charlie Barnwell Ed Ellis Joel Goldberg Lamar Cliiton Bev Asbury Bob Argo Charles Goodson Colquitt Odom Jim Hay Fred Ringel Cecil Olmstead President HARRY WINGATE Sec-Treasurer HAROLD CLARKE GRAND OLD PARTY OFFICERS Campus Leader Vice Campus Leader Secretary-Treasurer _. JAMES L. BENTLEY HENRY G. GRINER ._„ BILL ELINBURG BENTLEY Campus Leader GRINER Vice Campus Leader HISTORY The Grand Old Party was organized around 1919 in order to provide oppor- tunity, leadership, and service to its mem- bers and our University, the student body as a unit, and especially the welfare of the non-fraternity students. Neither dues nor fees of any kind are asked. Every male student, not a member of a social fraternity, can automatically become a member through active participation in the party. Non-fraternity men elect as their leaders a Campus Leader, a Vice-Campus Leader and Secretary-Treasurer. These men serve as their representatives to the faculty, other campus organizations, and other col- leges and universities. POLITICS AND FURTHERMORE FLORICULTURE CLUB The Floriculture Club was started at the University of Georgia in 1946. It is very active on the South Campus. MEMBERS John Armstrong M. I. Kaiser Shaw Bussey Robert Leesman Frances Clapp C. L. Morehead Leonard Cobb Dan Nottage Charles Davis Howard W. Powell Richard Davis Drew Rambo Richard Durham David L. Smith C. C. Gay Al Temple Dorothy Hester George Watson Earl Hester OFFICERS President LEONARD COBB Vice-President ROBERT LEESMAN Secretary FRANCES CLAPP Treasurer HOWARD W. POWELL Program Chm. AL TEMPLE HUNT CLUB MEMBERS Betty Anne Nicholson Glory Moulden Peggy Brooks Jean Moore Sally Orr Betty Curran Eva Whetstone Ruth Wilson Susan McCall Gloria Johnson JoLane Cheves Anne Weems Sally Dugger Lil Abbot Florence Monroe Clair Morris Marcia McKlnney JoAnne Kemp Ellen McDonald Peggy Striifler Mettelin Thompson IHflflfe«j SCARBOROUGH, SIMMONS. AND BROOKS OFFICERS President MIDGE SIMMONS Vice-President PEGGY BROOKS Sec.-Treas. BEV SCARBOROUGH INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB The International Relations Club was founded at Furman University in 1915, aided by the Carnegie Foundation which began organizing clubs for the discussion of international affairs in 1916. The Georgia club was established in 1926. OFFICERS President JOHN SWIFT Vice-President BERYL WEINER Secretary-Treasurer PATRICIA HUMPHREY John Harden Jim Hickey John Stilwell Lee Adler John Swift Charles Frazer Lane Reeves Carolyn Satterwhite George Stelljes Will Hill Newton Alex King Patricia Humphrey Harry McNeil Frances Clapp James Dudley Thomas Brown Robert Hulver Joseph Hamilton Wallace Davis Walter S. Salms Richard Quinn Fred Cox William Young Margery Hitchs Charles Collat Beryl Weiner Edward Kirstein Richard L. Custer James Bethune Sam Coon Hall Peeples Robland M. Schwarz Joel Goldberg Lee Kuhrs Homer Price James Valley Shelby Lastinger Jim Dela Perriere James Souter William H. Fleming Melvin Carpenter Leonard Farkas Donald Joel D. Neal Wickham Herbert Gilbert Charles E. Campbell LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE iub The Landscape Architecture Club was founded in 1931 to further knowledge and interest in professional landscape architecture. Member- ship in the organization is limited to majors in the Landscape Architecture Department. OFFICERS President AL. M. SMITH Vice President ROBERT HARMAN Secretary PAULINE MITCHELL Treasurer SAMUEL E. MONK Corresponding Sec. JOHN A. REED Walter Angel Harry Baldwin Roy Barden Henry Bignalt Bailey Breedlove Eugene Brock Earle Bullock Irwin Christian Harry Clements Eugene Colquitt Thomas Crawford Charles Davis Charles Devon Kenyon Drew Thomas Edwards Adele Flourney William Fowler Sidney Gattis James Gentry Collier Gladin James Hamby Robert Hamilton James Hammond James Hardee Walter Harman Grover Hendrix Bill Holland Delmar Hudson Marvin Hughs Robert Joel Wallace Johnson William Jones Annie Keel Lawrence Knowles Alice Law Robert Machmer Paul Martin Meador McGarity Bruce Myers WilUam Powell Thomas Rawls George Rose John Russell Howard Stevens Albert Stodghill Clare Taylor Dewey Thurmond William Wallace Joan Weadon Wallace Wilkins Thomas Williams Patricia Wingfield William Wise William Woodward James B. Wright Mary Young Arthur Zegel OFFICERS . President WALTER G. COOK Vice-President BARNEY WHITAKER Business Manager ARTHUR E. COVINGTON Ass ' t. Business Manager JULIAN STEWART MEMBERS Charlie Adams Talmadge Arnett ). T. Bailey Ira S. Barnett Charles F. Barnwell Arthur Bartell Thomas J. Branning Bill Brewer Herbert Bridges Madison Brower Otho L. Butler Sam Chance Pierce L. Cline Paul Cobb Carle W. Collins Herbert S. Cook Richard B. Cortei Randall E. Couch Gerald Cowart B. A. Culpepper, Jr. Walter B. Dunwoody Carlton English Win. P. Ferguson Charles Fitts Bourke S. Floyd Picot Floyd Henry I. Ford Ralph W. Fountain. Ed Getzman A. Warren Gray Charles Guyer Robert Hale David Hall Ed Hamrick Lawrence Harvey Benny Heath Tony Hefiernan Phil Herndon Walter Hodges Al Jacobson Paul R. Kea Charles W. King Peter Kniskern Joseph R. Lawless Jr. Bernard Lax M. W. Lippit. Jr. R. H. Mahailey Gus Mann Marion Mathews Royston Merritt Jimmie A. Miller Nick Mobley Jim Moifett Tom McComb Wm. McCreery Bill McElroy Joe McKee Nelson Nash W. C. Owen Willis Parkins Ronnie Payne Eston S. Perkins Bill Rabun Theron E. Ragsdale Bill Rankin Sam Ratchiord W. T. Roberts. Jr. Tom Rudolph Dave Salter John Scog-iins Walter F. Springer Howard A. Stephens Julian Stewart A. Paul Strickland Harry Thompson Frank H. Tigner. Jr. Tommy Tillman Richard Turner George Vaughan Thomas R. Vermillion Ray Walker Don Walters Hal C. Waters Robert C. Watkins Charlie L. Whitehead Cyrus Wood Paul Wright Bob Yarbrough C. Leonard Zipperer Henry L. Zittrouer MEN ' S GLEE CLUB MORTAR BOARD Mortar Board, senior honor society tor women, recognized scholarship, leadership, and service, and advanced a program to stimulate and to develop a finer type of college woman. The Parthenian Chapter was established on this campus in 1939. OFFICERS President CATHERINE CHANCE Vice-President CLARA O ' KEEFFE Secretary MARINELLE WELDON Treasurer ANN BELL ROLL Lucy Amato Margie Amnions Anne Beck Ann Bell Catherine Chance Baltour Friend Beverly Gunn Elizabeth Neel Clara O ' Keefie Bettie Rogers Henrietta Swain Pat Turner Marinelle Weldon Miss May Zeigler NEWMAN CLUB The newmctn club is a national organization for Catholic students which encourages culture and fellowship. The meetings include socials and lectures of general interest. One of the highlights of the year is the annual convention held in the spring at one of the several colleges in the southeastern region. OFFICERS President TOM MATHERNE Vice-President ELEANOR ANN CAMARATA Secretary CATHERINE HENRY Treasurer DICK WELCH OMEGA TAU SIGMA Eta Chapter of the Omega Tau Sigma Interna- tional Professional Veterinary Fraternity was established at the University of Georgia on August 20, 1948. OFFICERS President WILLIAM ADAMS Vice-President GERALD V. McCRANIE Secretary LEICESTER LANDON Treasurer WILEY GREENWAY Faculty Advisor DR. PAUL L. PIERCY MEMBERS William Adams Murphy Banks Leslie Barnes Donovan Bell James Briggs James Bryson Lovis Clarkson J. D. Edens J. S. Ellis I. C. Fraxier Robert Glass Wiley Greenway Clarence Grubbs Lollis Hardy Wilbur Higgs Francis Holton F. M. Jackson Charles King Leicester London Robert Lawrence C. W. Leonard William Martin Dank Morris Luther Murphy Gerald McCranie Charles McNeill J. N. O ' Conner Jack Palmer Waldo Palmer George Patton G. D. Radiord W. H. Rhodes E. B. Rushing Charles Sims M. Paul Stovall DuPont Strong Pat Suber Dawson Taylor Allen Tuten Charles L. Vickers James R. White Robert Whitford H. G. Woodard FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. Paul L. Piercy Dr. Edward D. Stoddard Dr. Douglas R. Burley Dr. C. D. Hobart OMICRON DELTA KAPPA Alpha Upsilon Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa was founded on the University of Georgia cam- pus in 1935. Its purpose is to recognize men who have attained a high standard of leader- ship in collegiate activities, to encourage them to continue along this line, and to inspire others to strive for similar conspicuous attainments. Its members are selected in the fall and spring quarters. They must have an academic aver- age of 78 and must fulfill requirements set forth in a very strict point list which has fields in scholarship, social affairs, athletics, publica- tions, speech, music, and dramatic arts. Ray Burns Fain Chambers Lynwood Bussey Harold Clarke Lawrence Crimmens Richard Custer Earl Highlowcr Hoke Nash MEMBERS Will Hill Newton, Jr. Cecil Olmstead I. C. Paul Bill Poole Walter Smith Charles B. Snead Harry Wingate OFFICERS President HARRY WINGATE Vice-President LAWRENCE CRIMMENS Secretary WILL HILL NEWTON, JR. Treasurer HOKE NASH Faculty Advisor D. J. WEDELL Faculty Secretary ' _ ALVIN BISCOE PARTY OF ORGANIZED WOMEN The Party of Organized Women is an organization for independent women, and plays a vital part in their college life. The P. O. W ' s. sponsor dances and many other social activities. OFFICERS President BEVERLY SCARBOROUGH Vice-President COLEEN POOLE Secretary BETTY HARVEY Treasurer TENA BURNS THE COUNCIL AT A MEETING STUDENT BRANCH OF AMERICAN The Student branch of the A.P.H.A. was in- stalled here at the University in 1946 by the Secretary of the National Organization, Roberl P. Fischelis. The purpose of the organization is to encourage in the broadest and most liberal manner the advancement of Pharmacy as a science and a profession. OFFICERS President ROBERT T. PETRUZZO Vice-President WALTER G. STRANGE, JR. Secretary CHARLOTTE I. GLEESON Treasurer GUY EVANS Corresponding Secretary GLENNA V. FREEMAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION MEMBERS Arlington. A. B. Atkinson. George M. Alpern. W. M. Adams, Rebecca Atkinson. George P. Brooks. Charles Butts. John Belote. William Chastain. Harry Cunningham, T. H. Clary. Annie Ruth Cason, Owen Cooley, Lamar Cooper. Don Caldwell. Edward Cash. Albert Cawley, Glynn Chichester, Helon Collins, Laun Comer. James Crawley, Herbert Crouch, C. M. Cohen, Russell Cox, J. R. Cloer, R. A. Chambers, Thomas R. Crabill, Charleston Caldwell, William Cochran, John Culpepper, Betty Davis, Sam Dupree, Stanley Dixon, Ben R. Dodgen, Jeanine Easterley, William Entrekin, Durward Evans, Guy V. Elrod, W. H. Elder, Nathan Esco, William Fisher. Robert Freeman, Glenna Farmer. James H. Gauthier, Ralph Garrett, Harold Gausman, William Gilmore, A. A. Gleason, Patsy Gordy, James C. Griggs, Peyton Grice, Frances Groves, Edwin Hagan, Frank Hutchins, James Hardman, Hugh Harpe, William Hartman. Charles Holcomb, James Howard, Edwin Hudson, James Hodgson, James Hite, Harry Hawthorne, Warren Hodges, A. J. Ivey, Ray C. Jackson, Lamar Jay, Ferman Jennings, Robert Johnson. Frank E. Johnson. William F. Johnson, Robert W. Johnson, Charles JPohnson, David Johnson. David Jackson, Herbert Kirkland, W. R. Kennedy, Hyram Kennedy. John Kinney, Ruth Kennedy, Sybil Lewis, Gilbert Landers, Clarence Leikoff, H. Matthews, John Malcom, Roy Maxwell. Willie Mauldin. James Morris. H. V. Mote, Doyl Moye, Victor Muther. D. D. Murphey, J. M. Merritt, Byrom McClure. George McNeil. E. S. McCook, George McRae, William McWhorter, Charles McKenzie. William Mitchell, James Mosley, Wallace Massey, James McWUliams. Robert Oakley, Oliver Olliii. Frank Petruzzo, Robert Phillips. Shirley Potter, Edward Pittman, C. W. Pearce, Delacy Rediern, James Rosario, Laura Register, Ralph Robbins, Robert Register. Raymond Spears, William Stamey, D. D. Swearingen. Walter Strange, Walter Sullivan, John D. Summons, T. W. Sutton, Earl P. Speer, Joan Stevenson, William Scott, John D. Thomas. William Thomas. J. A. Tomlinson. Leon C. Troup, Earl Thompson, R. W. Tolleson. T. M. Turner, James Vaughn, A. G. Vick, Loyd Watson. George Wallace, Iva Waldrop, Charles Wheeler, G. A. Williams, Jake William, John Weaver, Mack Wilks, Nathan Wilson. Donald Warren, Claude Young. Charles Wicker. Carl Whitworth, Clyde PHI ALPHA DELTA Phi Alpha Delta is a national Honorary Law Fraternity founded in 1898 by a group of law- students in Chicago, 111. It has chapters in fifty-eight of the leading American law schools and thirty-one Alumni Chapters in the larger American cities. The Alexander Stephens Chapter was founded at Georgia in 1947. MEMBERS James T. Adams Palmer H. Ansley Curtis Bell Donald Bennett James Bentley Andrew W. Birdsong Clarence Blount Richard Blakewood Bob Bryant Joseph E. Cheeley Joe S. Champion Jake Cullin W. Dan Flexer. II. Ralph Freeman Wright Gellerstedt Lamar Gibson Louis A. Gily Charles Goodson William B. Greene W. McCoulough Harris Alton Lenoid Hawk O. P. Hollis Hubert Howard Paul B. Huckley Charles Hyatt R. W. Jones W. M. Jones Baker McGee James P. McLain Tommy Pope Tom Parker James Pullin Robert Reed Louis Rozier Albert Wall Tom Waddell Watson White Frank Young Jack Kinseller Bruce Kirbo Earl May Bill Nevin Bob Argo Burns Meade Zack Cravey Ed Edmondson Jerry Hawkins OFFICERS Justice CURTIS BELL Vice-Justice J. ALBERT WALL Marshall W. DAN FLEXER, II. Treasurer DONALD BENNETT PHI CHI THETA Phi Chi Theta was founded in New York City on January 4, 1926. Alpha Epsilon Chapter was activated at the University of Georgia May 18, 1947. The colors are lavender and gold and the flower is the Iris. The purpose of Phi Chi Theta is to promote the cause of higher business education and training for all women, to foster high ideals for women in business careers, to encourage fraternity and co-opera- tion among women preparing for such careers, and to stimulate the spirit of sacrifice and un- selfish devotion to the attainment of such ends. Each Collegiate Chapter offers annually a Phi Chi Theta National Key award, awarded on the basis of scholarship, activities, and leader- ship to the woman student in the School of Commerce who fulfills these requirements best. OFFICERS President TENA BURNS First Vice-President PAULINE WOODALL Second Vice-President DOROTHY SMITH Secretary CATHRYN HENRY Treasurer KATHRYN FRIEDMAN Faculty Advisor MISS MARY ANNE HEARON MEMBERS Barbara Allen Carol lean Barrow Elizabeth Bartlett Mary Estelle Bell Beverly Blasingame Tena Avalene Burns Mary Chance Kathryn Friedman Billie Haddon Ethel HartweU Cathryn Henry Betty Louise Ingham Hazel Johnson Loan Levens Dorothy Smith Lucy Talmadge Mary Em Towson Dudley Wall Pauline Woodall HONORARY MEMBERS Dr. Glenn W. Sutton Dean Alvin Bisco PATRON AND PATRONESS Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Heckman PHI DELTA PHI HISTORY Phi Delta Phi is the oldest and largest of pro- fessional fraternities, being founded at the University of Michigan in 1869. Wilson Inn Chapter was established in 1922 on the Uni- versity of Georgia. High scholastic average is a primary requisite for membership, and the organization is dedicated to the promotion of a higher standard of ethics and culture in the school and profession of law. lames C. Abbott Hilliard P. Burt Carswell H. Cobb C. B. Corban Thomas E. Dyar Charles W. Ellis Frank F. Faulk Robert E. Gibson Henry G. Griner Nelson Haslam John R. Hawkins Thomas M. Johnson William C. Carter Don Channell William T. Divine James K. Dodd Robert H. Gambrell William F. Grayson Marvin B. Hardie Will Harrington Albon L. Hatcher, III David P. Hulbert Ed R. Keeter ROLL John G. Kennedy, Jr. J. Steve Knight Bernard K. Logan Lewis H. Mills John Roy Mills Charles J. Moore Cecil J. Olmstead Francis E. Ruiiin Robert H. Smalley Thomas M. Smith John P. Persons Frank E. Rox PLEDGES William W. Larson, III Wilbur B. Owens, Jr. John A. Peters Lanier Randall, Jr. Owen G. Roberts Charles C. Shaw Thomas M. Stubbs, Jr. John H. Swift Eugene S. Taylor Zack Varnedoe OFFICERS Magister JOHN P. PERSONS Exchequer FRANK E. ROX Clerk CHARLES W. ELLIS Historian ROBERT E. GIBSON PHI ETA SIGMA Phi Eta Sigma offers to every aspiring male freshman an honorary recognition of his schol- astic achievement. The membership is avail- able to any freshman who makes a ninety-two average, or better, for his first two quarters. MEMBERS I. Dewey Benefield George Boney George Brown lames Butler William Dunn Walter Eskew Charles McMichael Burton Middlebrooks Carl Nelson Lowell Peacock Homer Price George Stelljes Howard Wallace HONORAREES William Tate Alired W. Scott J. Ralph Thaxton I. Alton Hosch John E. Drewry Harmon W. Caldwell T. W. Reed Glenn W. Sutton Albert Saye Franklin Butler James Bailey Lawrence Walker W. M. Henderson William M. Crane 3J .Br J i m j H L it- • w 7 1 Bpfi. 1 !■■ " w A i j| V 11 •A " m ™ M w , OFFICERS President GEORGE BONEY Vice-President CARLTON NELSON Sec.-Treas. GEORGE BROWN Faculty Advisor DEAN WILLIAM TATE PI MU EPSILON alpha of aeoraia chapter Pi Mu Epsilon is a national honorary Mathe- matical Fraternity. It was founded at Syra- cuse University, Albany, New York, May 25, 1914, for the purpose of promoting mathematics and scholarships. The Alpha of Georgia Chap- ter was founded at the University of Georgia, March 2, 1934. OFFICERS President GEORGE O. PETERS Vice-President WILLIAM SHY Secretary-Treasurer ANN TAYLOR Corresponding Sec. W. S. BECKWORTH Faculty Advisor DR. A. C. COHN, JR. MEMBERS Akers, L. K. Anderson, Bonnie Barrow. Dr. David F. Beckwith, W. S. Bibb, William Bowen, Alexander, Jr. Burnette, Howard W. Butz, Robert K. Cameron, Joseph P. Carlock, Virginia Charron, Jean Chereek, Benjamin Cohen, Dr. A. C. Jr Conwell, Dr. G. M. Devine, Alice DuVal, Dr. Patrick Dyckes, Clinton Ethridge, John O. Fort. Dr. Tomlinson Hadnot, Bradford F. Harrell, E. A. Hill, N. W. Hill, Pope R. Huff. Dr. G. B. Krewson. John Lancaster. Jean Levit. Dr. Robert B. Lowery, R. M. Martin. James E. McKay. Chester, E. Moore, Dan Newton. Tyre A. Parker, Dr. William V. Peeples. William D., Jr. Peters, George O. Philbrook, George O. Shy. William Stanley. Hugh S. Stephens. Dr. R. P. Struby, Joe Tattersal, Jess J. Taylor. Ann A. Watters. A. C. Walk.r, David WeUs. William H. Wright, Janie Young. R. L. PIONEER CLUB Pioneer Club is a literary organization whose pur- pose is to stimulate thought and promote interest among women in current themes, classic topics, and campus discussion. Pioneer Inner Circle is an honorary society for outstanding members of the club. These members are chosen each Spring. OFFICERS President ANN PITTS Vice-President TOTSY JOHNSON Secretary ANN CLARK Treasurer JACKIE FOSTER m mmm ammmmmi Frankie Reynolds Jane Rice Rusleen Potts Mary Parker Jean Kimberly Ellen McDonald Margie Parker Lenore Sirmon Jeannette Grifiin Jo Ann Church MEMBERS Bettie Bollinger Ruthie Houston Mary Andrews Frances Bowen Sarah Jane Jackson Fran T homason Mary Thomas Pat Lawther Martha Jackson Ellen Merry Rachael Peace Joan Syfan Katheryn Parker Mary E. Haslett Jimmie Verner Myrtle Gross Jane Dickinson Betty Gilbert Margaret Jones Shirley Pecor Avalo Donnovan " Members of Pioneer Inner Circle. R H O CHI OFFICERS President CHARLES M. WALDROP Vice-President LAMAR JACKSON Secretary Treasurer DURWARD ENTREKIN Historian IVA MAE WALLACE HISTORY On May 4, 1908, a group of eleven seniors at the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy gathered together and adopted a constitution for the " Aris- tolochite Society. " On June 3, 1922, this society was granted a charter by the State as Alpha Chapter of Rho Chi. The Greek letters Rho Chi were chosen as an emblem of the prescription sign, while the colors attached to the seal of membership are in- dicative of the royalty of the white. The Alpha Kappa chapter of Rho Chi was estab- lished at the University of Georgia on January 31, 1949 with sixteen students and three faculty mem- bers of the Pharmacy School as the charter mem- bers. On May 2, 1949, initiation ceremonies were held for twenty students, bringing the total member- ship to thirty-nine. The present officers were the first to be elected. Rho Chi membership is limited to students who have completed the equivalent of at least one-hundred and fifteen quarter hours toward a B.S. Degree in pharmacy and who have maintained a scholastic average of at least eighty-five. ROLL George M. Atkinson Boyd Butts Glynn Cawley Lamar Cooley William Easterly Durward Entrekin Robert Fischer Albert Gilmore Peyton W. Grigg Lamar Jackson Robert W. Johnson Harold Leikoif Gilbert Lewis James Mauldin Edward N. Potter Ral ph Register Walter G. Strange Charlie Waldrop Iva Wallace Clyde Whitworth William R. Thomas FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. K. L. Waters Dr. J. P. LaRocca Dr. F. F. Millikan Mr. B. M. Gilbert Mr. E. H. Grinnell Caddie and irlc oin Am OFFICERS President BILL HAY Vice President JACK HARRISON Secretary THOMAS TILLMAN Treasurer BILL HECK Reporter CLARENCE FISCHER A society for the promotion of more and better livestock in Georgia. It was founded in 1920. The society sponsors the annual Little International Live- stock Show, Herdsmen ' s Bawl, and Livestock Judging Team. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA OFFICERS President ANNE MIZE Vice-President ELEANOR FOLWELL Recording Sec. ANN BELL Corresponding Sec. MIMI KAHN Treasurer JACKIE PILCHER EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Sigma Alpha Iota, professional music fraternity -for women, was founded at the University School of Music, Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 1903. Iota Zeta Chapter was formed at the University of Georgia in 1943. S.A.I, sponsors the annual Intersorority Sing, entertains visiting musicians, and presents its members in recital each year. MEMBERS Eleanor Adams lackie Anderson Ann Bell Eddith Blair Jo Brown Margaret Church Barbara Crawford Martha Ecker Corinna Finley Eleanor Folwell Jackie Foster Mimi Kahn Virginia Lynn Betty Manley Doris McKee Isabel Mescure Anne Mize Gay Moate Joyce Parrish Jackie Pilcher Lillie Pittard Marjorie Rosser Margaret Sherman Anne Snead Mary Frances Wheeler Cora Williams Betty Wood SIGMA DELTA CHI Sigma Delta Chi is a national professional journalism fraternity. It cooperates with the Journalism School in sponsoring the Georgia Collegiate Press Association, the Georgia Press In- stitute, and the Georgia Scholastic Press Association. OFFICERS President THOMAS R. HAZELRIG Vice-President GEORGE ABNEY Secretary LAMAR CLIFTON Treasurer RHETT TURNIPSEED MEMBERS Harold Davis John Sharkey Ben Fulton Thomas Tyson Thomas Hazelrig Rhett Turnipseed Raleigh Bryans Charles Williamson George Abney Arthur Darwin Lamar Clifton Sloan Hill Ellis Clifton Mildred Grimes Dallas Jestes SPHINX THE NEW MEMBERS President . . . Harry L. Wingate 1. A. H. Patterson 2. W. D. Hooper 3. L. A. Cothran 4. G. 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. 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. S. Blackshear 34. M. Dickinson 35. Andrew Calhoun 36. Cam D. Dorsey 37. M. Richardson 38. B. S. Walker 39. Sandy Beaver 40. F. M. Ridley 41. G. W. Leg wen 42. R. Jacques 43. Ralph Meldrim 44. Marion Smith 45. Wallace Miller 46. Minor Boyd 47. W. R. Turner 48. J. F. Baxter 49. Harold Ketron 50. Jack Bower 51. Frampton Ellis 52. Frank Anderson 53. R. P. Brooks 54. L. P. Goodrich 55. I. S. Hopkins, Jr. 56. J. I. Killorin 57. M. Blackshear 58. Virlyn Moore 59. Tom Connolly 60. W. Nunnally 61. T. T. Turnbull 62. W. W. Patterson 63. Arthur Sullivan 64. Charlie H. Cox 65. Rodney Hill 66. Harold Telford 67. A. L. Hardy 68. J. E. D. Young 69. W. 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. G. P. Whitman 80. W. L. Erwin 81. Harrison Jones 82. C. D. Cabaniss 83. W. G. Brantley 84. P. R. Weltner 85. A. 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. S. O. Smith 94. M. S. Hodgson 95 H. Delaperierre 96. F. C. Newton 97. Claude Derrick 98. W. C. Henson 99. J. B. Harris 100. Y. B. Smith 101. D. H. Rediern 102. Jerome Michael 103. D. L. Rogers 104. E. V. Carter, Jr. 105. J. E. Lucas 106. H. G. Bailey 107. E. M. Brown 108. Abit Nix 109. O. W. Franklin 110. E. T. Miller 111. H. L. Lanham 112. H. B. Blackshear 113. W. Folk, Jr. 114. A. R. McDonell 115. H. C. Hatcher 116. Paul L. Bartlett 117. E. L. Pennington 118. E. W. Moise 119. G. C. Woodruff 120. E. V. Heath 121. Millard Rewis 122. R. B. Troutman 123. Arthur Maddox 124. J. L. Sibley 125. L. D. Brown 126. Cliff Brannen 127. G. T. Northern 128. W. A. Mann 129. H. D. Meyer 130. B. H. Walton 131. D. R. Peacock 132. V. E. Durden 133. C. E. Martin 134. E. B. Dunlap 135. R. L. McWhorter 136. R. H. Freeman 137. Z. S. Cowan 138. E. Morganstern 139. James M. Lynch 140. H. Levy Rogers 141. B. H. Chappell 142. Ira Funkenstein 143. Frank Carter 144. T. Rucker Ginn 145. Aaron Bernd 146. R. H. Patterson 147. Victor Victor 148. H. H. Whelchel 149. L. Pinkussohn 150. Clark Howell, Jr. 151. D. K. Mc Kamy 152. D. F. Paddock 153. John Henderson 154. E. J. Hardin 155. G. S. Whitehead 156. J. B. Conyers 157. C. W. Jacobs on 158. H. L. Hodgson 159. R. W. Wesley 160. G. L. Harrison 161. C. M. Tanner 162. W. Quarterman 163. R. Callaway, Jr. 164. Joel B. Mallett 165. T. A. Thrash 166. Max L. Segall 167. Hofman Sorrels 168. W. O. White 169. J. P. Stewart 170. N. L. Gillis, Jr. 171. Roff Sims, Jr. 1 2. J. Carmichael 1 3. Howard McCall 174. Irvine M. Levy 1 5. Hinton Longino 1 6. R. W. Courts 1 7. L. H. Tippett 1 8. O .R. Ellars 1 9. M. H. West ltiu. H. Foreman, Jr. 1B1. J. M. Hatcner 1B2. Dewey Knignt 183. Louis S. Davis 184. W. P. Zachry loo. Irvine Phinizy 18b. R. O ' Cailaghan IB . C. M. Canaier lad. W. M. Dauas loa. C. M. Sattertield lyu. F. Vv. narrold lyi. W. D. Miller Isz. Arthur Pew 1S3. H. E. L. Spence ls4. C. W. Slack l»o. John R. siater ISO. E. W. Highsmith 197. A. M. Day 198. C. M. Strahan Is9. H. H. Mangum • 2U0. W. H. Stephens •Oil. J. B. Ford 2U2. 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. G. Henry 217. J. K. Harper 218. H. H. Maddox 219. J. L. Watson 220. C. R. Anderson 221. E. M. Gurr 222. H. Cleckley, III 223. W. C. Carter, Jr. 224. William Tate 225. C. F. Wiehrs 226. John Fletcher 227. J. D. Thomason 228. John Hosch, Jr. 229. T. F. Green, 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. G. H. Nixon 238. A. A. Marshall 239. C. N. Mell 240. E. P. Rogers 241. W. T. Forbes, Jr. 242. G. S. Johnson 243. K. J. Chambliss 244. Ernest Camp, Jr. 245. Allen Post 246. A. S. Clay, III 24 . Kells Boland 248. Ivey Shivers, Jr. 249. W. H. Young 250. Isaac K. Hay 251. G. Florence, Jr. 252. T. A. Nash 253. T. Hamilton, Jr. 254. B. H. Hardy, Jr. 255. Hall L. Stancil 256. D. C. Tulley 25 . R. Patterson, Jr. 258. H. b. Woiford 59. J. S. Candler, II 26U. G. Lautzenheiser zbi. R. B. Jennings 2o2. C. Barrow, Jr. 2bJ. H. B. hooks 264. J. H. Boiand z.6b. G. C. Hamilton 2uo. J. J. Harris 2b . W. J. Kline, Jr. 268. K. Anderson 269. J. Palmour, Jr. 270. Henry Palmer 271. K. McCutcheon 272. Guerry Harris 273. D. Feagin, Jr. 274. M. L. Purvis 275. J. M. Oliver 276. Marvin Cox 277. Ellis G. Arnall 278. Herbert Maffett 279. Sanford Sanford 280. J. W. Maddox 281. Mark Hollis 282. W. C. Latimer 283. Vernon S. Smith 284. W. Strickland 285. J. W. Mclntire 286. Marion Gaston 1S87. M. Crenshaw 288. W. Hazelhurst 289. Leroy S. Young 290. F. Solomon 291. V. B. Moore, Jr. 2y2. W. Maddox, Jr. 293. J. Richardson, Jr. 2y4. M. Hodgson, Jr. 295. T. Thigpen, Jr. 2y6. H. Stephens, Jr. IsW. J. W. Calhoun 298. D. Stafford, Jr. 299. John Bond 300. Harry Baxter 301. W. T. Rogers 302. J. D. Bowden 303. J. Carl Strong 304. A. Lee Rogers 305. J. W. Wise 306. W. Bennett, Jr. 307. W. C. Hawkins 308. R. T. Anderson 309. W. C. Hoyt, Jr. 310. C. Harrold, Jr. 311. B. Anderson, Jr. 312. E. H. Baxter 313. Dyar Massey 314. A. Roddenberry 315. Morris Abram 316. F. Newton, Jr. 317. Q. Lumpkin 318. R. Troutman, Jr. 319. R. P. McCuen 320. A. Cleveland, Jr. 321. R. C. Norman 322. J. Halliburton 323. Lee Price 324. Howeil Hollis 325. Alex McCaskill 32b. Stanford Smith 327. Lee Newton 328. Jack Matthews 329. Ernest Vandiver 33U. Frank Gunn 331. A. Fowler, Jr. 332. C. J. Smith, Jr. 333. B. Gardner, Jr. 334. Verner Chaffin 335. J. Meadows, Jr. 336. Cliff C. Kimsey 337. T. C. Penland 338. John B. Miller 339. W. Partee, Jr. 340. Irby Exley 341. Frank Sinkwich 342. Murray Norman 343. F. Champion 344. G. D. Lawrence 345. Jesse Bowles 346. J. P. Miller 347. Charles Trippi 348. Jimmy DeLay 349. Fluker Stewart 350. J. Sheffield, Jr. 351. W. F. Scott, Jr. 352. F. S. Cheatham 353. Dan Edwards 354. R. M. Joiner 355. D. W. Leach 356. W. H. Burson 357. M. D. McLendon 358. John Sheffield 359. Kirk McAlphin 360. John Rauch 361. Mims Wilkinson 362. Bryan Whitehurst 363. Jonn E. Griffin 364. Harry L. Wingate 365. James L. Bentley 366. James Andrews 367. Porter Payne HONORARY MEMBERS A — H. Brown Q- — G. Jackson GG — Harry Mehre B — G. Butler R- -W. B. Hill HH- — H. Edmunds C— O. S. Sibley S- — C. Snelling II- -H. Hirsch D — D. Dougherty T- — D. C. Barrow JJ — E. L. Secrest E — W. H. Harris U- -R. E. Park KK — H. Caldwell F — H. Bacon. V- -H. C. White LL- —P. Chapman G — W. P. Hall W- -A. M. Soule MM- — R. R. Gunn H— F. K. Boland X- -W. Bocock NN- —J. D. Wade I— H. G. Colvin Y- -S. V. Sanford OO - — H. Spalding J — W. Cothran Z- -C. Strahan PP- -C. H. Herty K — W. Spain AA- — H. Stegeman QQ- -E. Coulter L — John Dorsey BB- — S. Morris RR- — W. O. Payne M— F. Mitchell CC- — G. Peabody SS- -W. Butts N— H. Dodd DD- — E. A. Lowe TT- -W. M. Crane O — C. H. Black EE- -T. Woofter UU- -H. A. Shinn P — W. Tichenor FF- -T. W. Reed VV- -W. O. Collins GEORGIA BAR JOURNAL STUDENT EDITORIAL BOARD HISTORY The Board prepares notes and comments on state and federal court decisions for the quarterly publica- tion of the Georgia Bar Journal, the official organ of the Georgia Bar Association. Membership is based on high scholastic achievement and is open to ad- vanced students selected by successful competition. The Board provides an excellent opportunity for training in the field for creative legal writing and research. lames C. Abbot Palmer H. Ansley Hilliard P. Burt Joseph B. Cramer Henry Grady Griner Ben A. Hodges Thomas M. Johnson Paul E. Jones EDITORS John G. Kennedy. Jr. Dorothy Ann Massenburg J. Connor Owens Edward N. Raber Frank F. Rox George W. Smith. Jr. W. Truett Smith Albert B. Wallace FALL QUARTER Editor-in-Chief CHARLES VAN S. MOTTOLA Assistant Editor-in-Chief CECIL J. OLMSTEAD Assistant Editor-in-Chief JOHN P. PERSONS WINTER QUARTER Editor-in-Chief CECIL J. OLMSTEAD Assistant Editor-in-Chief JOHN P. PERSONS Assistant Editor-in-Chief HOYT H. WHELCHEL, JR. UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA The purposes of the Student Union are: To promote a spirit of fellowship among the students, to foster the high ideals of the university, and to heighten the prestige of the campus within the com- munity. The Student Union Board plans and sponsors activities to suit the varied interests of the students during their leisure time. Every student at the uni- versity is a member. MISS OPAL BECK Director OFFICERS President JOE CHEELEY Vice-President JEANETTE BRAMBLETT Secretary MARY THOMPSON BOARD MEMBERS Bob Balfour leannette Bramblett Tena Burns Joe Cheeley Johnny Davis Edd Dunn Meador McGarity Hall Peebles Mary Thompson BRAMBLETT, CHEELEY, AND THOMPSON student V{i nion " DON ' T SCRATCH STUDENT UNION COUNCIL MEMBERS THALIAN BLACKFRIARS With a background of twenty years of service to the University Theatre and to the campus of the University of Georgia, Thalian-Blackfriars, dramatic service organization, continued to add to their commendable record last year. Under the leadership of President Oliver Land, the group worked closely with the University Theatre to bring about successful productions of The House of Bernarda Alba, Tartuffe, Home of The Brave, and Skin of Our Teeth. Thalian-Blackfriars was host to the audiences attending the Laboratory Theatre productions last year. The group entertained the traveling troup from the Barter Theatre when they pre- sented Hamlet last winter. ROLL Ralph Black John Burciack Artie Cohn Jean Cummings Kenyon Drew Gardner Gidley Donald Goldman Royce Johnson Patricia Kelly Frances King John Kollock Jerry La Favor Nan Lyon Freida McClure Leroy Michael Charles Parker John Patterson Christine Riley Jane Schneider John Swift Baxter Webb Lillian Woodall Virginia Woodall Mary Young HONORARY MEMBERS Leighton Ballew Depsy Karlos Leighton Ballew James E. Popovich Paul Camp OFFICERS President BAXTER WEBB Vice-President JOHN KOLLOCK Secretary MARY YOUNG Treasurer J. C. HULME THETA SIGMA PHI Theta Sigma Phi is a national honorary profes- sional fraternity for women in journalism. It was founded at the University of Washington in 1909. Alpha Xi Chapter, Founded in 1929, elects its student members on the basis of journalistic activities and generally high scholarship. MEMBERS Dottie Addison Betty Jane Hancock Faye Butts Marilyn Johnson Margie Casey Dotty Kibler Etheldra Davis Beverly Moore Martha Bette Edwards Sara Moreland Joe Ann Ellington Dorothy Oates Wilraa Florence Margie Parker Florence Griffin Carolyn Goodman Polly Griffin GOODMAN, NEEL, BERRY, CHANDLER OFFICERS President BETTY ANNE CHANDLER Vice-President CAROLYN GOODMAN Secretary ELIZABETH NEEL Treasurer BARBARA BEERY UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA fSeliaioud rddocia tlon OFFICERS President CORNELIUS DAVIS Vice-President HALL PEEBLES Secretary LITA WEBB Treasurer BOB BALFOUR Aware of our resoonsibilities and opportunities as a part of the world-wide community of students and faculty, we unite in the desire to realize a full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God. We determine to have a part in making this life possible for all people. In this task, we seek to understand and act upon the will of God as revealed in the Hebrew-Christian faith. To this end, we propose to carry on a unified non-denominational, campus- wide program for worship, study, and action, supplementing the work of the Churches and striving to realize the will of God in personal living on the campus and in the social order. W v UNIVERSITY In 1931, the Thalians and the Blackfriars, the two separate dramatic societies on the campus of the University of Georgia, were merged and became the Thalian-Blackfriars, the theatre honorary of the University Theatre. Since 1931 the University Theatre has functioned as the producing organization. In 1941 the Department of Drama was formed when the Fine Arts Building was com- pleted. During the past nine years the Department has expanded rapidly and its productions are now gunning for four consecutive nights in the Fine Arts Auditorium. The season of plays for 1949-50 includes MY SISTER EILEEN, MEDEA, THE MALE ANIMAL, and MURDER IN THE CATHEDRAL. This season proves the versatility of the department and the University Theatre. This spring of 1950 marks the first state-wide tour undertaken by the University Theatre in collab- oration with the Extension Division of the University. THE MALE ANIMAL, by James Thurber and Elliott Nugent, toured over 1,200 miles during the spring holidays. Mr. Leighton Ballew is the director of the University Theatre. BUSINESS STAFF OFFICERS Business Manager ARTHUR COHEN Associate Business Manager LEROY MICHAEL Associate Business Manager MYRON FOGEL Housemanager ALFRED JACOBSON STAGE « , THEATRE . BETWEEN SCENES ... MY SISTER EILEEN SCENE FROM MEDEA . VETERINARY OFFICERS OF THE VETERINARY SCIENCE CLUB President J. T. BRYSON President-Elecl FRED E. DUCEY, JR. Vice-President EARL L. KNOX Secretary JAMES O. BRIGGS Treasurer W. H. RHODES Fourth Year Class Representative, WILLIAM VAUGN SMITH Third Year Class Representative C. L. VICKERS Second Year Class Representative J. C. FRAZIER First Year Class Representative W. H. JUSTICE THE VETERINARY SCIENCE CLUB Although one of the youngest clubs on the campus, the Veterinary Science Club is also one of the most active and progressive. It was organized under the leadership of Dr. K. M. Curts, our first anatomy teacher. We have made great strides in student recognition and social activities. At the last election, Dr Paul Piercy, professor of Physiology, was elected as Faculty Advisor. He has always been very cooperative with the club, regularly attends the meetings, and we all look forward with pleasure toward the coming year as we know that Dr. Piercy will be ever able and willing to advise us on all matters of club business. SCIENCE CLUB Soon after organization, a committee drew up and the club adopted a constitution which set forth the following objectives: (1) to pro- mote a spirit of friendly relations among the students regularly enrolled in the School of Veterinary Medicine, (2) to provide an addi- tional opportunity for the members to gain pro- fessional knowledge, (3) to demonstrate the virtues of organized effort, (4) to build character through the censorship of all unworthy actions of its members and the commendation of all worthy deeds, and (5) to protect the professional and personal interest of duly qualified veteri- narians. You can see from these objectives of the club that a great challenge presents itself to each and every one of us to live up to them to the fullest of our ability. All students in the School of Veterinary Medi- cine are eligible to become members. We all look forward with anticipation to our affiliation with the American Veterinary Medi- cal Association as a Junior Chapter. This will take place as soon as the school becomes accredited. A publication, The University of Georgia Veterinarian, is now being published under the direction of the Club. It is planned that the publication will be published quarterly. The entire staff of the Veterinarian is made up of students in the School of Veterinary Medicine. WESLEY FOUNDATION The purpose of the Wesley Foundation is to develop students in worship, creative recreation, wholesome friendships, and intelligent church- manship. A cordial invitation is extended to all to join our fellowship. COUNCIL MEMBERS George Abney, Jr. Beverly Almond Pheraby Baldwin Alvin Biscoe George Boney lane Boyd Jean Boyd Harriett Caldwell Nell Callahan Charles Carter George Collier Marty Ecker lack Farrar Mary Farrar Jackie Foster Marjorie Foxier Glenna Freeman Helen Hitchcock Sue lames Nita Jarrell Ray Jenkins Virginia Johnson Katherine Kellerhall Donald Lee Lawton Lee lack Palmer CliHord Park Hugh Park Josh Pirkle Priscilla Pridgen All Ritchie R. C. Singleton Kathryn Smalley Cecil Smith Felix Smith Brown Stephens Katheryn Timm Charles Wike Tommy Walker Victoria James OFFICERS President BEULAH METCALF Vice-President GEORGE PRIDGEN Secretary BETTY CLARK Treasurer BILL JINDRA, JR. I I ■ UM WOMEN ' S STUDENT GOVERNMENT The purpose of Women ' s Student Government is the self-government of the girls on the cam- pus for the greatest good of the greatest num- ber. Every girl on the campus is considered a member. The rules under which the Associa- tion functions are made by a representative from each University housing unit together with the Legislative Council meetings. These rules are enforced through a Student Court composed of the officers and class representatives. OFFICERS OF W.S.G.A. President BEVERLY GUNN Vice-President JACKIE LONG Secretary HAZEL JOHNSON Treasurer MARY THOMAS Senior Representative ANN BELL Junior Representative WILMA FLORENCE Sophomore Representative CORA WILLIAMS P. O. W. Representative PEGGY BROOKS OFFICERS OF COORDINATE BRANCH OF W. S. G. A. President ELIZABETH PRICE Vice-President SUE ROBERTS Secretary ELIZABETH SMITH Treasurer LYNNE LEACH OFFICERS OF W. S. G. A. X CLUB " X " Club was founded by the late Chanceller S. V. Sanford in 1931 for the purpose of im- proving school spirit and loyalty. Annually the society elects to membership men who have displayed industry, ability, and merit. OFFICERS President WILLIAM SIMPSON Vice-President EDWARD DUNN Secretary-Treasurer DONALD WATERS MEMBERS Charles F. Barnwell Joel J. Fryer George F. Boney Joel Goldberg Stewart E. Brown Henry G. Griner Hillard C. Burt Alex C. King Lynwood S. Bussey Neilan Levy lames R. Butler Will Hill Newton Samuel A. Cann William M. Poole Helon L. Chichester Joseph Lane Reeves Harold Clark William Simpson Charles L. Clifton Robert H. Smalley Arthur I. Cohen Thomas M. Smith Laurence T. Crimmini Charles B. Snead Edward L. Dunn Jack Steinberg Edward Ellis John Swif t Myron J. Fogel Donald Walters B I F T A D Biftad, freshman honorary service club, was founded in 1910. Ten men are elected at the end of their freshman year and five at the beginning of their sophomore year on a basis of points received for scholastic and extra curricular activities. Biftad an- nually sponsors the Homecoming Decorations con- test and the Inter-Fraternity sing. MEMBERS OFFICERS President ALEX KING Vice-President RONALD SCHWARZ Secretary ED DUNN Treasurer GEORGE STELLJES Bev Asbury Ray Burns David Byck John Bowdidge Faine Chambers Helon Chichester Edward Dunn Julius Edel Edward Ellis Myron Fogel Joel Goldberg Bill Jones Alex King Sidney Marcus Burton Middlebrooks Homer Price Fred Ringel Mendel Romm Ronald Schwarz Bob Smalley Charles Snead George Stelljes Howard Wallace Don Walters rndlvlducil l hotoaraph arapnu c Deimu studios NEW YORK DISTIICTION niWjl ' lM™ 1 JOVRNA " fl | ■

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