University Military School - Cadet Yearbook (Mobile, AL)

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To the Memory of Lleut Harold Leon Smlth U S A kllled ln action ln Korea, August, 1950 Harold was a member of the Class of 1946 at U M S co captam of the football team h1s seruor year and fxrst heutenant of Company C He was prormnent 1n all school aCt1V1t16S servmg on the Hop Commlttee and the Cadet staff holdmg class Off1CeS and performmg ln the Mmstrel We remember partlcularly however h1s frlendlmess and the generoslty w1th whlch he gave h1s t1me to the act1v1t1es of the younger boys and It IS wxth that k1ndness 1n m1nd that We gratefully ded1cate th1s lssue of the Cadet to Harolds memory 3 . X, Y . - Q , . . . 1 . . - . . ., ' . . 7 . . , . 7 H ,, . . . . . , . 7 ! 7 7 . . . . . . H H 7 Col Wxllllillll Sherwood Pfnpg Pr1nc1pal 19311945 Dr Julius Tutwller Wright AM LLD Founder of the Uf11V9TS1tV Mllltarv School 1893 1 . . . . , , . ., . . V s Y' ' v 1 . c - - 4 . , ' Q Adminiskration . . . Mr Ben H Harris Chalrman of th Board U M S Alumru and Parents Assoc1at1on Inc 5 . . . 8 . . . , Admlnlstratlon . Thomas Clarke Huckabee BA MA Chernlstry Pr1nc1pa1 Wllllam Slaughter Hays BS Commander USN fRetJ 0 0 0 e 0 Superintendent , . ., . . -5- Faculty . . . Ms rtle Harris Boazman B S Boardman Rivers Chambers Hazel Pape Crown BS Lll0I'lI'1"lll Spanish Fllgllbll Iflith G1 ide ,mm QC' Eugene Reese Dawson AB MA Thomas Caldwell Delaney J BS M Robert Erastus Hanks BS MA Englxsh Latm Law HISIOTY ELOHOIUICS Lum Andrew Mules Hmson BS MA Rlt Cook Klllcreas BS Roland Wallace Klllcreas B S Mathernatlcs Second Grade Physlcs SCIENCE 7 Faculty . . if Vhlham Sherwood Pape Jarus Pearson Pentecost AB MA Harriet McMillan Pfxster Busmess Manager LDg1lSh Mathemaucs Thxrd Grade T na Posey Lucllle Tlsdale Sauls Anna Boulet Stlcknev A B Flrst Grade Secretary Regxstrar Ce 2 , - I ,, l ,- . Dolores M. Williams Jean Yuille, B.S. Sixth Grade Fourth Grade -3.. A glimpse into 'che pasl: . . . The Battalion during the GOOD OLD DAYS lDrum hats and leggings, about 19203 Kaydet capers arouncl the campus -was X 3,5 is 3 . P wg, pull"Qf! all vi' a walk" a if L 1 w' A 5.1 Q X Q9 R 7' 5 X K 4 x ' ga f' a f , P . 4, in 1 , W ' ,4 4 YV wifi fl '..,... a N -Q 74 iw-Q f 3 ,734 ,. X if-shi h W , Q .JILQ ' 9 . .X N1 xl 'IP' 'K 4 ,QM rl . Q? Z WE W ana , , , ,M W-. a . yxzg , , -if apfwp , ., J-EVQ 'ff'5v',,,,.i'A .f 5114 fa X v in lg 1 ,X Q.: q Bam ,R gifs, pf- :N Y 2 -f 1 fa ic' av W a -A a Y ill-4-:vine f-WG: VS? First Class Robert Ervin Bullock President Senior Class. 4 President Student Council. 4 Second Lieut. Primary Battalion. 4 Sergeant. 3 Junior Varsity Football. 2 "Bebe's Brigade." 3 Best Drilled Company, 3 Photography Club. 4 May Day Committee, 3 Allied Youth. 2 li r v in Carroll Athey Clark Gilbert Forbes Dukes, Jr. First Lieut. "B" Company, 4 Capt., Battalion Sub-Cmdr., 4 Sergeant, 2 Secy., Nat. Honor Society, 4 First Sgt., Colors, 3 Secy., Honor Council. 4 Varsity Football, 3. 4 Taxidermy Club. 1. 2. 3. 4 Nat. Honor Society. 4 W Club. 3. 4 W Club. 3. 4 Football, 3. 4 Allied Youth. 1, 2. 3, 4 Best Drilled Cadet Co. "C" 1 May Day Committee. 3 First Sgt., Armory. 3 Intramural Softball, 2 Hop Committee. 3. 4 Jr. Varsity Football. 2 Allied Youth. 1, 2. 3. 4 Intermediate Football, 1 May Day Committee, 3 Intramural Basketball, 1 Crack Platoon, 1. 2 'Q ak' Carroll 'Pup , 12 1 David Reynolds Ellisor Everette Ward Faulk, Jr. Richard Inge Finch Captain Company "C", 4 Second Lieutenant, 4 Second Lieut. Company UB' Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4 Football, 4 Sergeant First Class, 3 Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, 4 lVlfSergeant, 3 Sergeant, 2 W Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 Sergeant, 2 Crack Platoon, 1, 2, 3 National Honor Society, 4 Crack Platoon, 2 t'Bebe's Brigade", 3 Allied Youth, 1, 2, 3, 4 May Day Committee, 3 Taxidermy Club, 2 Vice-Pres. Freshman Class Junior Varsity Football, 3 VV Club, 3, 4 Vice-Pres. W Club. 3 Taxidermy Club, 2 Optimist Oratorical Contest Sec'y-Treas. VV Club, 4 Metropolitan Real Estate Sergeant "B" Company, 1 Association Contest. -1 M!Sgt, "B" Company, 2 May Day Committee, 3 First Sgt. "D" Company, 3 Cheerleader, 3, 4 May Day C0mlT1iU99- 3 Crack Platoon, l Intramural Basketball, 1 Student Entertainment, 2, 3 American Legion Citizenship Best Drilled Company, 1, 3 Taxidefml' Club, 1' 2 Medal Senior Bowl Cheerleader, 4 Feature Editor "Cadet", 4 "AH-City" Guard, 3, 4 Chm. Hop Committee, 3, 4 U.lVI.S. Rep. to Boy's State, 3 N1 'WU' Ren N ard Inge First Class . . . 'Wigs T""" 5 .Sigh-f ill- Football. 3, -l XV Club. 25. 4 Junior Varsity Football. l, 2 Intermediate Football. l Entertainment Committee. 3 Max' Dav Committee. 3 Taiiidermy Club. 2 Allied Youth. l. 2. Sergeant. Band. l First Sergeant Colors. ZS , . First Sgt. Company -l Crack Platoon. 2 Yvilton Chandler Finch Timothy Colsson Ford Best Drilled Cadet Co. "A", 2 Color Guard Battalion. 1 Sgt. First Class Co. UA". 2 MfSergeant Company UA". 3 Second Lieutenant, 4 Junior Varsity Football, l Varsity Football. 2. 3, 4 22. 4 Student Entertainment Com. May Day Committee. 3 Taxidermy Club Junior Varsity Basketball. 2 W Club. 3. 4 Allied Youth. l. 2, 3. 4 "'Wv- Wilton Tim - 14 .. ....-.. usual!! 1811! anna: , ISDQ Henry Thomas Gaines First Lieut. Company UA". 4 Master Sergeant, 3 Sergeant. 2 Football Program Selling Committee. 4 "Bebe's Brigade". 3 Sec'y-Treas. Photography Club, 4 Most Valuable Cadet in Platoon. 3 Allied Youth. 2, 3. 4 May Day Com. Chm.. 3 Taxidermy Club, 2 '44 Il J 1.1551 me . F-,' 225 2: . -ff w- 'E " af 2 -15 i r' 7' 'I K 'Qs ,L 'Cl Tommy SMHIHNQ Dean Ivan Gillespie Football, 1, 2. 3, 4 "All-Cityi' 2nd String, 3 "All-City" End, Offensive and Defensive, 4 "All-State". 4 "All American". High School. 4 Basketball. 2. 3. 4 Baseball, 2, 3. 4 President of Class. 1. 2 Vice-President of Class. 3 Sec'y-Treas. W Club. 3 Vice-Pres. W Club, 4 Captain, Primary Battalion. 4 James Harry Gregor Second Lieutenant Administration, 4 May Day Committee, 3 Most Valuable Cadet in Platoon. 1 Best All Round Boy in Junior High School, 1 VVinner. Sr. Div.. Field Day, 3 National Honor Society. 4 XV Club. 1. 2, 3. 4 f ,Ark Robert Crcatli Guillit Second Lieut. Prim. Bat 4 Sergeant, 2 Sergeant First Class. 23 "Bebe's Brigade", 3 Crack Platoon. 1, 2. 23 May Day Committee. fu Best Drilled Cadet. 2 Winner Field Day. 1 Photography Club. 4 Taxidermy Club. 1 Entertainment Committee Corporal, 1 is 1, r kia U. 'A"',, 2 " Y' f V.-"A, ff A . 4 by I.: .. 5. F? is - - 1, I ...U sf - A , fi-if ftfffw . 4 ' ' V 'HQ '7 fnff4,,',56i7 Dean Jimmy Robert BLS.. M' .K 4-s First Class . . . James Thomas Hamrick, Jr. James lVIcDavid Hirs John A. Holman Second Lieut. Company "D", 4 Major, 4 Varsity Football. 2. 3. 4 Varsity Football, 3 Second Lieut. Prim, Bat.. 25 Junior Varsity Football. 2 'W Club. 3.4 Sergeant. 1. 2 W Club. 2. 3. 4 Jr. Varsity Football, 2. 3 Business Mer. "Cadet", -I "All-City" Football. 4 Intermediate Football. 1 Photographer "Cadet". l. 2. 25 Allied Youth. 2, 3 Sec'y-Treas. Class. 3 Pres. Nat. Honor Society, -1 Band. 2 Vice-President Class. 2 President Honor Council. -l Sgt. First Class Co. HB". 3 Allied Youth. 1. 2. 3. 4 Pres. Photography Club. -1 May Day Committee. 3 May Day Committee. 3 Sgt.-at-Arms Photog. Club. IS First Sergeant Colors, 4 Crack Platoon. 2 Sec'y-Treas. Senior Class Junior Varsity Football. 1 First Sergeant. 1 Crack Platoon. 1. 2 Most Valuable Cadet in Platoon, 2 "Bebe's Brigade". 3 Taxidermy Club. l Bus. Mgr. Football Programs , sang May Day Committee. 3 , W 43325 President Allied Youth. 2 ff' Asst. Math Instructor, li "ha, X J im m y .I im .I oh n -15- Paul Louis Mayson Thomas Dan lVIcCrary Samuel Powe Nettles, Jr Second Lieut. Co. "A", 4 First Lieutenant Staff, 4 First Lieut. Prim. Bat., 4 Sergeant First Class, 3 Second Lieut. Prim. Bat., 3 Master Sergeant, 3 Sergeant, 2 Sergeant Company "DH, 2 Sergeant First Class, 2 Best Drilled Cadet Co. "Dm, 2 Sergeant Band, 1 Color Guard, 1, 2 Best Drilled Cadet Co. "B", 3 Intermediate Football, 1 W Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 May Day Committee, 3 Junior Varsity Football, 2 Allied Youth, 2, 3, 4 Junior Varsity Football, 3 Varsity Football, 3 Varsity Football, 3, 4 Crack Platoon, 1, 2 Military Editor 'KCadet", 4 Junior Varsity Football, 1, 2 Best Drilled Company, 3 National Honor Society, 4 Junior Varsity Basketball, 2 Taxidermy Club, 2 W Club, 4 May Daly COYf1mitt6G, 3 Allied Youth, 2 Allied Youth, 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice-President Class, 1 Photography Club, 4 Intramural Basketball, 1 Wilmer OfaiOI'iCHl ESSHY, 3 Midget Football Coach, 4 Intramural Softball, 2 EHtGfi3iHmGNt Committee, 3 Hop Committee, 4 Winning Company, 1, 3 U.M.S. Rep. Azalea Trail, 4 May Day Committee, 3 Paul Dan Sam - 17 ... First Class . . . -fix: inn. 'Gif mv... Richard Walker Overbey Arthur Charles Reed James W. Rountree, Jr. Battalion Capt. and Adj., 4 First Sgt. Company HD", 4 First Lieut. Company "B", 4 National Honor Society, 4 Sergeant First Class, 3 National Honor Society, 4 Vice-Pres. Honor Council, 4 Sergeant, 2 Honor Roll, 4 HOUOF Roll. 4 Crack Platoon, 2 Asst. Bus. Mgr. "Cadet", 4 Vice-Pres. Photog. Club, 3, 4 May Day Committee, 3 Photography Club, 3, 4 Editor "Cadet", 4 Sgt.-at-Arms Photog. Club, 4 lV1fSgt. Company "B", 3 Editor Football Programs, 4 Taxidermy Club, 2, 3 Sgt. First Class Co. "B", 3 Hop Entertainment Com., 4 Allied Youth, 2, 3, 4 Sergeant Company "B", 2 Battalion Asst. Adjutant Stamp Club, 2 Best Drilled Company, 2, 3 12nd Lieut.J, 3 Hop Entertainment Com., 4 Crack Platoon, 1, 2, 3 May Day Committee, 3 Cheerleader, 4 May Day Committee, 3 Allied Youth, 2, 3, 4 Photographer UCadet", 4 "Bebe's Brigade", 3 Most Valuable Cadet in Football Program Com., 4 Allied Youth, 1, 2, 3, 4 Platoon, 1 Sergeant, 1, 2 Crack Platoon, 1, 2 "Bebe's Brigade", 3 Taxidermy Club, 2 .1'i:3x1ss' t ti A 'L ',5g11f,f" C V Dick Arthur Jimmy Frederick Robert Siegmund, Jr. Second Lieutenant Armory, 4 lVI!Sergeant Company MC", 3 Sergeant Company "B", 2 Best Drilled Cadet Co. "B", 2 Most Valuable Cadet in Platoon, 3 Crack Platoon, 1, 2, 3, 4 Commander Crack Platoon, 4 Junior Varsity Football, l Taxidermy Club, l, 2 Photography Club, 4 Allied Youth, 2 .2422 rw--'A VVilliam McGee Sims Bradley Calhoun Smith First Lieut. Company HD", 4 Master Sergeant, 3 First Sgt, Company "CH, 4 Sergeant First Class, 3 V3YSlt5' FOOIlO3ll, 3, 4 Sergeant, 2 National Honor Society, 4 Cgrpgyal, 1 HAH-City" Football. 4 Tinymite Team Coach, 4 Cityls Hlgh9SI Football Chggflgadgf, -1 Scorer, 4 Varsity Baseball, 3, 4 'W Club, 3, 4 Allied Youth, 2, 3, 4 Entertainment Committee, 3, 4 May Day Committee, 3 Intramural Softball, 2 Socialite Basketball Team, 2 Hop Entertainment Com., 4 Best Drilled Company, l Crack Platoon, l, 2, 3 Photography Club, 4 '4Bebe's Brigade", 3 May Day Committee, 3 Allied Youth, 1, 2, 3, 4 Firsl: Class . . . gi-nfs "C" siren:- Name Martin Baldwin Smith William Algene Smith First Sgt. Company UB". 4 May Day Committee. 3 Photography Club. 4 First Sgt. Prim. Battalion, 4 Photographer K'Cadet". 4 Photography Club. 4 Taxidermy Club. l. 2 Allied Youth. 2. 3. 4 May Day Committee. 3 Junior Varsity Basketball, 1 Second Lieut. Company HB". 3 Sergeant Company HB". 2 Leader of the Hop. 4 xi il il V 1 rlli. -wi-it Martin A150110 - 20 - its-'--M" William Earle Smith. Jr. Captain Company "B", -1 Football. 2 3. 43 Capt.. 4 All-City Football. 3. 4 All American High School. 4 Basketball. 2. 3. 4: All-City. 3. 4 All District Basketball, 3. 4 Baseball. 1. 2, 3. 4 Golf. l. 2. 3, 45 City Champ. 2. 3 Golf Runner-up in State. 3 National Honor Societv. 4 Ernest Ladd Memorial Scholarship, 1, 2. 3. 4 W Club 1. 2. 3, 4g President 3. 4 , . .4 . rw, 1 1 if XX. if , X . w I 1 ,X f fi . if V nlnulzv i .13 Ll ' 2 , ..,:.' 314' " .J -' ..... K Earle Herbert Selden Solberg, Jr. Charles Edward Story Frank Harry Taylor National Honor Society, 4 Varsity Football, 4 UA11-City" FOOHJ811. 4 Football, 2, 4 Football Manager. 3 FiI'St Sergeant, 4 Basketball, 3, 4 Jr, Varsity Football, 1 Field Day Willlief. 1. 2 Baseball. 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity Basketball, 2, 4 Taxidemy Club. 1 Captain Band, 4 Jr. Varsity Basketball. l May DZ-ly Committee. 3 Second Lieut. Prim. Battaion, 3 Varsity Baseball, 3, 4 JY- VHFSNY FOOfbH11. 1. 2 W Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 W Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 Best Drilled Company, 1. 3 Allied Youth, 2 Sergeant Company "A", 2 1DtFHIT1ufH1 SOftb811. 1 Junior Varsity Football, 2 First Sgt. Company HC", 3 Master Sergeam. 2 Co-Captain Jr. Var. Football, 2 Captain Company HA", 4 Junior Varsity Basketball, 2 National Honor Society, 4 No-Hit, No-Run Baseball Game, 2 Sports Editor Annual, 4 Hop Intermission Com., 4 Allied Youth, 2, 3, 4 May Day Committee, 3 Crack Platoon, 1, 2 Taxidermy Club. 1 Best Drilled Company, 1 May Day Committee, 3 Intramural Softball, 1. 2 Intramural Softball, 2 Color Guard, 1 Sergeant. 2 Rusty Charley Frank - 21 .. Firsk James Norman Thames 'Varsity Baseball. 2. 3. 4 First Sergeant Band. 4 Sergeant First Class. 3 Entertainment Committee. 4 Photography Club. 4 Class . . . Captain Company 4 First Sgt. Company HB". 3 Sergeant Company NB". 2 Sergeant Company MD". 1 Yarsity Football. 2, 3 Taxidermy Club. l Yarsity Baseball Squad, 1 Jr. Varsity Football. l Junior Varsity Football. l Best Drilled Company. l W Club. 2. 3. 4 Crack Platoon. l. 2 May Day Committee. 3 Allied Youtli. 2. 3. 4 Honor Guard. 3 National Honor Society. 4 Allied Youtli. l. 2. 3. 4 Most Valuable Cadet in Platoon, 1 Entertainment Committee, 2. 3, 4 Hal Knox VValler, Jr. "!"'V F Edwin Kirby Wharton Capt.. Aide to the Commander, Second Lieutenant. Aide to the Commander, 3 Sergeant Company "C", 2 Football. 3. 4 Jr. Varsity Football. 2 Honor Council. 4 Vice-Pres. Nat. Hon. SoCiety,4 Student Council. 3 W Club, 3. 4 Sec'y-Treas. Class. 1 President Class. 3 Vice-Pres. Class. 4 '. o ff Oifu ,yi ms: K I' S Jenny Pogo -gg- Wt' Ned ,MM Damer Sandys Whlte Spunner Wllllam Seaman WllllaHlS Second Lleut Company C 4 Best Dr1lled Company 2 Sergeant F1rst Class 3 Taxldermy Club 2 Sergeant 2 A1l1ed Youth 2 May Day Comm1ttee 3 Sergeant 3 Bebes Br1gade 3 May Day Commlttee 3 Jumor Vars1ty Football Second L1eut Pr1m Battallon 4 All1ed Youth 2 Football Program Comm1ttee 4 Photography Club 4 W Club 4 Football Manager 4 M1dget Basketball Coach Crack Platoon 1 2 Taxldermy Club 2 Intermedlate Football 1 1 Damer Billy -. 23 - Specials . . . John Mlles Benton, Jr Jack Benton one of the most popular boys to have ever attended U M S had to leave h1S class at the end of h1s Junlor year to move to B1rm1ngham We have m1ssed hlm and are sorry that he could not graduate w1th us For th1s reason we Larry h1s p1cture 1n th1s years Cadet Good luck to a f1ne person and a former classmate Cadets Startmg at Mud Year I-louser Leatherwood Rogers Constantine G 24 l l l . . 7 ' V wx 1 ' fi V 1 ,Mu i I l 7 l ' Winners . . . DAN CORTE Sale: Executne Award Wlnner CLIFTON IN GE Best All Around Bov m Junlor Hugh School 5524! REX NOLDS ELLISOR N AR IINGT Bows State Representative Jon C R ON flgm U M Q 1951 Optimist Award Wmner 1951 26 , . , , . , i , ' Q . N ' JLX' ,A ,. . V' ' ' . .r., ' 1 -' Second Class . . . K", CT" John Blacksher Wllham Clarke Edward Cobb Shlrlev Cochran Dan Corte Fred Cushmg Jxmmv Hedgepeth Gordon House Chfford Jackson Russell Iadd Martln Long Bully McComb '52 Juddv 'VIcGu1re Arthur Meeker E M Megglnson Richard Murray Wllham Regan Jake Reiss it Staples Shearer Donald Smith John Watkins Steve Wharton 27 Thlrd C ass .., Tommx Abernathw Dexter Corte Ifrank Drane Ernest Edgar Louxs Gaynor Barrle Halman Donald Herrlng Blllw Hlll Clifton Inge Lee Jacobs Rob Leatherburw Fred Lxle Sage Lxons Marlon Lyons Rave McKinley Robby Nichols Wllllam Rolhngs Ladd bchrantz gn, '71 Charles Forrest Wllson Van Devender 128- Fourth Class 'vi'- 'V- qw.,- 'fw- L Blacksher Robert Bragg Porter Brock Ollle Bwrd Row Coffer Jerrw Coggln Qs-K+ 07.1 9- s. if ,1 ,Mk George Daudson Richard Dukes LeGrand Elllsor Walter Ernest Russell Goodloe Jesse Graddlck UQ,-W ,Lx 'F'- pa 'ul if A Harm Grant Houston Green Donald Hansen James Hansen Ben Harris Norman Jobe 'Vs fy, .asp- George Llndses Albert Mahoney George McKean James Mostellar Frank Parker James Parrott Sldnex Phllllps 'V 4, I IS samuel Russ Lamar Snow Bert Steel Larry Stephens Horace Turner George Ward Dale iounce 29 O C I T., K ' . ' P 9? w- - ' ' -'f 8 ' s- , C 37-Zi ' Q! ! A--. 1 K Y 1 - 'fn f cs ' I 'P' '1 ..,. ' --f WA 1 ' Q 'RW' V X . Q5 ' 'V , .. -"" 'W K v V Y . - . cams G 0 'V V - . if 4 in , f N v U vs- , K ngjga' K v - . - v l A xi' ' I r.......,,- ff " , , v ' . I - s vt Q , A W -' rl p K A . . QL ' I . 'A . .-. 'L 1' , "' " v- h ' Ig x f ' ' , . f 5 A Class nn, ,,,, fv- Rogers Burgett I tlex eland Jr Oakles Cobb Flosd tondnt George Look Richard Danlel Q.-N 'vb- K... Otis bodvun Daud t reen 'Vllke Kellx Kenneth Klme loe Wlarburs Dax ld Wlartln -'Ou Bull NIM Stanlex Home Nlac Patrick Jeff Pettlss Carl Pllgrlm Harold Rlpps 'lr- tarlxle Scales Platt Tunnel Roddy Koran Larrx Walters Robert Wlugham Jxmmx Wllllams VW' Raxmond Lakau Hex lax ros 30 - O C I .vs " x -1- ' v- H 'un 4 . 1 jx - 3 , V- , 1 , , , 1 - 1 1 - - . .. 1 . I l 1 ff.. W ' X . - - - ,fx Y' .7 ' f n ' , KF ,K vwr . ' 1 X v 1 v , .I x ' 1 Q -- - . 1. . 1 . . . . . 1 ' 1 ' v - ' 1 " ' x . f .. . f . . I l , , A . 4 5 B Class 'hw qv:- Charles Atk8lSOI'l Tommx Atkins Jxmmx Bond John Carrlngton Blllw Cloner Carl Dans 41 Earlx Eastburn Ralph I-auchlld Gerald Frledlander Tonw Gardner C L Gordx Jlmms Gunn an mf. Bam Henderson Fdvsald Iadd Ian 'VIacPherson Gus Meaher Blll 'Vlldgette Wllllam 'Vloore 'Uh Carl Vevmberrw Vhllxam Ramsey Douglas Simpson Pete Stephens lVest Summers Bradford Tlsdale in 3. qvnv James Towle Mac Turner John Wallace - 31- Sixth Grade . a-1 Hunter Barnex Ome Barrett Larrw Brook Charles Bunklev Berkelew Bush X: John Lase if John Harris S Blllx LN ons Q30 NA qw., is Elxun Lropp Chuck D kes Worman Garner alph Hall '41 3 bw Randw Butler 01 Rn' ,.. Ralph Harold Charles Hartrldge John Holleman Grower Jackson Ernest Ladd Irwm Llps Ibn 'bu Jlmmx May Grads McLlamms Bulls Myers Pat Pattlllo Baxlew Slaton Tom glexeng Leon Torbert Marshall Wallace Harold Wlegand 32 C C I e 4. , 'Q ' ri. - of j- f I tr J h 'rr J ei- " 1 .,:e X f 1, FRN A H A k .W J x . I X. FM Sli' J ' " ' ll A R h . f V A 'VJ gi! t, J Wg, f , ,.,, . 'I " gf , , . , ' ' I . . -I f Q J -...' ' A 1 2 ' Ii' W' A J L F X ' Q lv 5 Q7 21 h . N J J 'J X A 4 , f M Sa L .fi J In K QQ I 'L -:rl l 7 . .:-E., rg W, f x 5 ,... A I X 1. I ' k 1 Q I it X fl . Fulfth Grade Q5 v Harrs Buerger Marshall Burden Bart Chamberlam Paul Clower Jlm Coker Jlmmx Cook pm 'Uv 7 3 '7"? .yy John Derklts Alex Foreman Jimmy Glass Travls Goodloe Tom Gum Vat Harrls UW' aff on. ,hi 4'-L 0- N Kexth Huffman Eddle Kmg Dan McCall Earl McLaughlin Nlck Panavlotou John Pate Tonv Patrlck QD 5-. .5 John Pemck Blllv Potts Richard Salter John Stevenson John Sutton Jimmy Tate Harry Tawlor is , f Cllbert Tull J0hn H Turner Dick Turner WValter Lnderuo0dLlaude Warren John Wlls Van Wlttmann 33 I I O C -LT ' .L " . 3 ' is A 'y A Q .,.,. X n X. I "' . f it x' A X 5 X xl k .... .S , - 'ns .,-r .r.'. . ' J V J a J ealse reeer 2 J e Q hwy W .. ig f E j , 5 M , ' ' ' " ' A v sip? . ! f X, il' , . wx? I sf, lx . 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J N ei rf, f M, f i ""' I, 5 - V V '31 I I A ., 'Ak i 'N Q- K 5- A 1 F 1 Q I X if fi J X V 1 he X - Q, 5 . n A We ' - A- bv D., V 1, .v , , , ,, - x 4 "' ' M ' Q er Q W. G ' g y . J s A ,f C be we e X J pg e C n. J la f V bali 5 . it .v ix Q . Qu V as 'av , ' k ,J A Y V ' X ,f . ,- I Q l M Q. gl - 4-I ' it J sf. C Y L , . , yf , R M4 Third Grade S- 1 Happy Bauel John Berrv James Blackvsell Charles Bodle Ernest Bulwmkle 1 Y Tb- Fred Eckberg Walter Edgar Phllllp Hall Ircel Harrison George Henley 'WW Wayne Cotton Vlctor Hudson lVlll1am Lechner Raw McAll1ster Tom McLemore Leland Mitchell Ben Noble E B Peebles Rlchard Penlck Wllllam Ponder Robert Richey Larry Ross Ronnw Salter John Scherf hldney Speakes Gene Stoneburner Gene Zlelger 35 I I I O eve 'V' G' 'x M . M 3 W . , 1 , , B g I - ga 4 J X W s x K. , 1 A Z ., Y 1 f ss.. K5 .A 'A , , S. M xx y ,L A , Q J my A ' . !N Seconcl Grade . 0- Suu- by 7 is Don Arnett Paul Burns Warren Chase Harry Chllders Norborne Clarke Keith Coffer 'ov Charles Cook Patrlck Copeland Robert Eades James Francls Walter Haffncr John Hansen 1 1 NIJ Bob Hlll Stewe Kouvarakls Sam Ladd Jack Miller Millard Morgan Ben Peterson Drury Remhart George Emile Vhlllam Tate Freddy Taul Cooper Thurber Herbert West Santa Cruz Scheuermann -36- Flrsl: Grade 3 is. br-1, Tommv Adaxr Jeff Bauer Blllw Baslex Randy Labral Jlmmv Lhamberlm Donald Coker 0- Ed Coker Daud Cooper Eddie Costa 'la ren Crabtree Frank Folmar Harold Gates .5 ' 1 I1 9 55' gp- J Rickey Guest Wmthrop Hallett Russell Harris harles Huller Mlke Jones Russell Lackew eww M vu 0- su bw 1"' Ed Laurendme Jex Luce Bobby Maddox Bob Mllllng Charles Moore Sam Noble 'Us gf- 3' 5' Z' Tawlor Noble Jlmmw 0Brwan Mac Otts Herndon Radcliff Lhrxs Wagner Ewfns Worthy 37 ,4 n A . . . gi 7' " , N , J . if 4 . I Y I , - .4 ' E W ' 8 ,,. A 'W A C . 9 o , l 1 . 5 . ' A C ' 5 fl Y' " ' ai K C " n ' ,Q I W ' ' R A ' W I Q M f C 'T 2' . . r . , sl .. l , M N' 1 I .dau .I ,U 1 ' . -W 1- A ,A .rigxflilz - -A w i V N Q' ff I 1 f 6, Q, 4' 1: y IQQ' :A C F . V , A if f 9' , . ' V ,' 'X ,' 4 M, A v Q . ' Q To the front office and the back yarcl . . 4,1-will ff. 931 Y 5 1 .2 V f Qi 2' 5 4 2 A A . ,,,V And also to the classroom , '1- q1...1 !p.. Battalion Skaff Cadet Major James McDavid Hirs 42 O CIO L'5 I .. Miss Helen Muscat Battalion Sponsor 143, Battalion Staff . Cadet Captain Gilbert Forbes Dukes Battalion Sub Commander Mlss Catherlne Banks Staff Sponsor Cadet Captain Richard Walker Overbev Adjutant Mlss Catherme Haas Staff Sponsor Battalion Staff Cadet Captam Edwln Kxrby Wharton Alde to the Commandant Mlss Mary Sanford Staff Sponsor O Q I . . Cadet lst Lleut Thomas Dan McCrary Miss Patrlcla Young Asslstant Adjutant Staff Sponsor Cadet 2nd Lleut James Harry Gregor Mlss Ramona Leavlns Admlnlstratlon Offlcer Sponsor 47 5 t N l- Major Hlrs Captam Overbew Captam Dukes Lleutenant McCrarx 48 THE BATTALION STAFF C o m p a n y Cadet Captaln Charles Edward Story Mlss Betty Brown Company Sponsor 49 . ee, Company A . . . Cadet lst Lleut Henrw Thomas Games Mlss Perrm Bacon Platoon Sponsor Cadet 2nd Lleut Paul Louls Mavson MISS Robin McConnell Platoon Sponsor 50 iv k 'FW 357 A9542 r . . . . V ' Q , , X , 4 . . . . ' 1, R asm F Q lg fwnm, NY, ,. ,W A ' x A M, ,gyfgirziwiwfi M , 'mv W M1 KW wwf W MW, if Ng .. - Q L: f -2 MW' A' N W , Q vw , 1. f.mfm+: '. fN'TgA' ' X W: x W f 7 ' map X W, , Q S M XA V A A V of 5 I may -M -- L Qvgjfzgg-:,y5 5 ' A , ,,,Q,,v..,?,.NX . ww W G . K MW P, A1 3 , H 'W "' ' 4 ' ' f fffswe-ww' 1 seam, 'WW'-jw . ,Q - if r ' ' Q .' X ' cr x .I 5 Q' A X L ' Q' 4? 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'M Colors . . . 5 3' L MN5 Ann Haag Sponsor Cadet lst Sergeant John X Holman Qu Left to Rlght Herrmg, Taylor, F Holman, Schrantz, L Cadet lst Sergeant 57 Mlss Tay Duffy Frank Harry Taylor Sponsor Military Award Winners, l95I Company Individual Competitive Winners Fred Siegmund, Paul Mavson, Ben Harris, Charles Bunkley Most Valuable Cadets ln Platoons Thomas Games Irwin Llps Nat Harris 58 Sidney Phillips, Russell Ladd, Martin Long, Fred Siegmund Cadet Captain Davld Reynolds Ellnsor Company Mlss Sue Young Company Sponaor Company C . . Cadet lst Lleut Carroll Athey Clark 'W' I Mlss Catherme McGowan Platoon Sponsor 'Y Cadet 2nd Lleutenant Miss Joanne Torbert Damer Sandys Whlte Spunner Platoon Sponsor M 1 V 1 1 qv V 5' , M, 'WKSW . 'V 'W' A J . .. 3 Q W we ...W M-xg ,A . . , 1 v , " . AM ' . , I i . I t A . ' I "dp 1 V: W I? -5, K .' . W 'T-Ne , 6 -Q 'v 1 'S 7' "' SH? "5 ke N 4 5 . . A I it QA x .' Y 5 ' Q ,' ' .M ' N x? M ' Q 'F I T -065' 'Fe . 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In .A --IAI A ,- , A- wana. -:mar if-IN Cadet Captain Hal Knox Waller Jr M Company Miss Olivia King Company Sponsor D Company . . . Cadet lst Lleut Wllllam McGehee Slms Mlss Mary Jo McPh1ll1ps Platoon Sponsor Cadet 2nd Lieutenant M155 Barbara Clarke James Thomas Hamrlck, Jr Platoon SPOHSOI' 64 ...M I . . Q 4 . . . . . 5 'ix Xi .1 x ! . 5 af A ' K , 3' A wrt, it f A '. E E f z kv f 'ii 'D lgrsui V' EJ. Y 4? y ' ' 'gif' . P, Vu ip 3? E -f 1 ' ' 1 5 4 ip ' - is if ' ' ij EF ' X QE 1 E, 5 E a- 6 ' ' V P ' u I 4 liv Q Q h A ' ii 0 ' ' A was V' "." t 3 ! .XX il If I Qgiww is S z 'ef H, ' Q' A , ,,A, 4. f X. f 41-f,LA', ' xg ' ' 1 .-A-:Vw Q ,M xy, , 'ingfi . r. Q, 1. , J, 'Q Qw ff Ii Q v','1'f N Q .'.". .vegf - A f,..- xx . . gz:.Q ,W W -ff D Company Snaps -Q O O . I, 1' 1 1 .K .- K . . ,- ' s . 'K wk, ' 9 " Jump-.mm . ....-M. Q I'-1 I' 1 Cadet Captain Herbert Selden Solberg Jr Band Mlss Aurella Long Band Sponsor CAPTAIN Solberg. H. FIRST SERGEANT Thames. J. MASTER SERGEANT Cobb. E. -1 ' Cadet 1st Sergeant James Norman Thames ROSTER SERGEANT lst Class Blacksher, John SERGEANTS Hill, W. Rollings Wilson, F. -53- WA 3? PRIVATES Cleveland Davidson Graddick Moore Parker Scales Steele Younce 'iq 1. ,X . ., Miss Janet Delaplane Sponsor Cadet Captain Dean Ivan Glllesple Primary Battalion Misa Martha Lowe Prlmaly Battalion Sponsor Primary Battalion . . . Cadet 2nd Lleut Samuel Powe Nettles Miss Charlene Dooley Adjutant Prlmarv Battalion Primary Battalion Staff Sponsor Cadet 2nd Lleut Robert Creath Gulllot Miss Evelyn Rabg 3rd Grade Platoon Sponsor 70 I . . . 9 u f 1 dl: l K .iij..F5, A ' . . . . V Cadet 2nd Lxeut Wllllam Seaman Wllllams Mlss Ann Wlldman 2nd Grade Platoon Sponsor say Cadet 2nd Lieut. Robert Ervin Bullock lst Grade 71 4 k a, 1,3 . . . . . f . . 4 'W in , A l mf. i '-tl 4. A , Ig H X E at 0 Q I 4 Q r . 'L xx . I V7 ' ,' QF , .. Q ' Q I YK 6 n F m -' 1 5 ll " -H ' . ' We Q ,Y I 7 ' ' gl, ' . r I 9 Q, , F' '11 m ' .A P . . . ., , In , , W me-w 1 A - Y 'E 'Q , ,J wg ' H . ' xg T Q fr . .J-L iv s L ' ' '- X , 'X 5' f , J ' ,tm I f h ? .' , qs 'Q Q f - ' Y A A I I I f .x Q E 1 y Q Q 5 Ev G, f. 'f . . 1 V A B . 'Q f wg Y 'V Q3 i f 'gf X ' .M , . f - Av . , X, X QV l If U ll E Q K, , g N' -' 'X lb , ,cr Y , l I 1 Q 5 ' - ' g 5 X X 'X 5 ll gg . 5 H I Q I 1' Q 5 v Cadet 1st Sergeant Wllllam Algene Smith PRIMARY BATTALION STAFF Captam Glllesple L1eutenantNettles Flrst Sgt Smith A Cadet Dukes C 73 Miss Mary Ann Collms Sponsor 0 . . . Q . ! ' Y '! 7 ' Here and There Cadet 2nd Lleut Everette Ward Faulk J Mlss Lamer Jenkens Armory Sponsor Cadet 2nd Lleut Timothy Colsson Ford M155 Sa,-ah Fly Sponsor 75 . , r. gl ' V 41 , h . Crack Platoon 1-nik Cadet 2nd Llcut Frederick Robert blligllllllld Jr M155 Marx Ellzabeth Hnnner Commander Crack Platoon 19a1 Crack Platoon Sponsor I lark Platoon Commander lred Nlegmund gn es a heartx salute to the stands 16 l O I - x Q u L I v - I ' 1 i N , "' ' ' ' . 'l -U . . ' I I' .' J ' .'. '- THE CRACK PLATOON This year's Crack Platoon was composed of Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors. The Crack Platoon was commanded by Cadet Lieut. Frederick R. Siegmund. The Cadets performed excently at all home football games in which they drilled during the half time. The Crack Platoon was enjoyed by thousands of spectators at both ball games and Mardi Gras parades. The Crack Platoon was made a success by the combined efforts of Commander Hays and Cadet Siegmund. Without both of these the Crack Platoon would not have been the success that it Was. For each boy's sacrifice of his time and effort, he was entitled to wear a ribbon signify- ing his membership in the Crack Platoon. Some fancx stepping is being done here at Ladd Wlemorlal btadlum 77 Commencemenl: Drill I95l . . Getting readx for the Commencement Drlll at Ladd Stadium The drlll IS on color and excxtement prexall 18 w . Y , ..' .'. Annual Staff . . . Left to right Business Manaber James Hua Editor Richard Oselbew N... 4 Left to rlght Feature Editor Reynolds Elllsor Mlll tary Ldxtor Dan McLrarw Photographer Arthur Reed 80 ' ' . ., ' . ' , . v - v v 1 . . . . Y .4 ..- ' . n v F ' W 1 Left to Flgh' Asslstant Busmess 'Vlanagers Vhlham Regan Photobrapher Algene bmlth James Rountree Richard 'blurras I eft to nght Sports Izdltors Hal Waller Charles Storw 81 a . 1- 1. 1. H A A: ,. . V X X ,P ab- 5 W.. fd- i 51 i Q w a ax X V U A , . , P. L1 A. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY James H1rs Presudent Ned Wharton V109 Pres1dent Gllbert Dukes Secretarw Treasurer Mr Huckabee Adx 1sor Standing left to nght Gillespie Jackson C Elllsor R Wharton N Waller Storw C Sums Smlth L Owerbew Ladd R House Seated left to right Solberg Rountree 'Nlctrars Illrs Loach lluckabee Dukes I Llark L Cobb E Not plctured are Richard Murras and Jacob Reiss W CLUB Earle Sm1th Pres1dent Dean G1116Sp19 Vlce Presldent Revnolds Elhsor Secretarx Treasurer Coach Hanks Adx 1sor Flrst row left to right Hamrlck Fmch I Finch W Dukes I Llexeland Waller Elllson R Inge Ixons S Corte Dexter Second ron left to right Llark L Elhsor I fnllesple Stun Smith E Solberg 'Nettles Taxlor P Wilson F Loach Hlnson Loach Hanks Thrrd row left to rlght Hedgepeth Blacksher John Ford Sums Holman Cochran Wharton NI Phllllps S Mctrarw 82 1 . . . . 1 , . 1 1 1 . , , .1 . . V v - 1 1 1 - 1 -1 1 -1 1 A -1 1 . 1 -1 L 1 1 -1 . 1 , - , 1 , - 1 , 1 1 1 , ., . , -., , , l ' , . , , , , l., 1 -1 , . A I ,' ' ' , L, , -. . , A..- -7 66 77 .1 ' ' ' , 1 1 , - - ' 1 1 1 1 , , 1 -. . . , 1 , 1 1 1 -1 1 -1 1 I-1 1 1 - 1 -1 1 1. -1 L -1 . - 1 1 - . 1' , ' 1 . . 1 - - v . - , 1 . , 1 -1 1 1 -1 - 1 - . 1 - 1 -1 A 1 A 1 . 1 - - 1 - 1 ' 1 ' - . , ., 1 - 1 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 , . . . 1 , 1 1 1 -1 1 v -1 . - HONOR COUNCIL James HIPS Presldent R1chard Overbey Vlce Presldent G11bert Dukes Secretarv Treasurer Mr Hanks Adv1sor Mr Dawson AdV1SO1 Seated left to right Dukes G Hlrs Mr Dawson Coach Hanks Wharton N Oxerbes Standmg left to rlght 'lloore S Nichols Lyle Blacksher John Jackson L House Xounce PIIIIIIDS Ladd L HOBBY CLUB Ben Harms Pres1dent Walter Ernest V106 Presmdent John W8tklHS Secretary Treasurer Mr Chambers Adx 1sor Kneeling left to right-Gordw Nevmberrx Atkms Bond Eastburn Pettlss Henderson Gunn Stephens P Ladd E Seated left to rlght Steele Scales Condlt 'VIeaher 'Vhdgette Ernest Harris B., Frledlander Dans Tlsdale M Kean Standing left to rlght Coggin Grant Watkins Goodloe R Stephens L Coffer R 'Vlr Chambers Ma honex Brock Van Dexender McKmlew Parrott Green H 83 'M LIBRARY CLUB George Wald Pres1dent Donald Hansen Vxce Pres1dent Jay Blacksher Secretary Treasurer Mrs Boazman Adv1sor Nlacpherson Summers Blacksher J Whlgham Graddlck Wallace J Kellw Nldnes Phllllps President of the student Llbrars Asslstants Association of Dxstrlct I Southwest Alabama Ceorge Ward Reporter ,,..,,-1 I eft to rlght Bs rd. Mostellan Hansen. J . Lose, Bragg, Parker, Xoran, Towle, Daudson, Dukes, R, Turner, 'WI fdlI'll'lgt0ll, Patrick, M, I-odwln 84 , ' . 1 . I 1 Left to right-Hansen, D., Phillips, S., Ellisor, J. L., Ward, Turner, H., Cobb, O., Mrs. Boazman, Walters, X HOP COMMITTEE Left to right Cobb E McGuire McCrary Dukes G Seated Elllsor R Not pictured is Smith M BATTALION REVIEW Standmg left to right,-Watkms Wharton S Mr Chambers Clarke W Jackson C, Edgar E Nichols Seated Ladd R House 85 v...s-n-P E"'I"'l STAMP AND COIN CLUB Russell Ladd Presxdent Ernest Edgar Vlce Presldent Stanley Moore Secretary Treasurer Mr Delaney Advlsor Left to nght Moore S Ladd R Moore W Edgar E Smlth D Jobe Halman Not plctured is Mr Delaney Kenneth Klme DaV1d Martm Sam Russ Mr K1llcreas left to right Mr Kxllcreas Kline E Imdsev Russ SCIENCE CLUB Presldent VICE Presldent Secretary Treasurer AdV1SOF Martin Kline K Tavros Burgett Green D Wllllams J 86 ' I ,,..M.,, 7- - e v . A iv- , , s ,l 1 1' . .4 i 2 3 . 1 11 L , ' 1 1 -1 1 -1 1 -1 1 -1 1 -1 1 4 ' . 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 -1 - 1 1 -1 1 . 1 ' PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB James H1rs Pres1dent R1chard Overbey Vlce Pre-s1dent Thomas Games Secretary Treasurer Mr Pentecost Advlsor Left to right Games Rountree Thames Hlrs Mayson Shaw Smith B Bullock Slegmund Whlte Spunner Jackson C Gulllot Overbey Arthur Reed not plctured Left to right Ramsey Cook Damel Slmpson Mr Pentecost Regan Pllgrlm Leatherbury Clarke W House Lyle Wharton S Nichols, I vons M AlkClS0n 87 STUDENT COLNCHJ Bullock Nici une Plnlllps 5 Turner P Carrmgtun Inge not pictured Vlr Iluckabee Adv xsor L w LHLLRLhADERS Ntandm left to rl ht Bradles Smith xlllllll' Reed Inge Fmch Knellmg left to ught Skeetel Tonbext Sue Young Ann Haas 88 Commencement 5 The Senlors are now consldered alumm as the d-plomas hav Just been given out Qergeant Roland Rush L S A he Thomas Ellxsor another member of first l M S student eser to the graduatlng class nn the -Xrmed cene a dlploma Whllf ln uniform of Forces receives his d1p'oma from the Xrmed Forces Commander Havs Medals and awards are presented durmg the Commencement Exerclses 89 I 9 I 0 0 0 4,1 , ,. , , I rw H , ,W Rr, . 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W A X, - ?.,.Vv, X, 4 Y b . i A f lv JK W Managers Damen White Spunner James Iiamrlck Soldlers Open Wlth 41 0 Wm Over Robertsdale The U M S Sold1ers opened the football season wlth a crushlng 41 0 v1ctory over the Rob ertsdale eleven at Ladd Stadlum September 15 The Cadets were 1n command all the way Robertsdale took the openmg k1ck off and could ga1n nothlng Earle Smlth blocked Ch1ldress k1Ck and Blacksher recovered on the 8 yard l1ne Smlth bulled h1s way to the two and S1ms Went over for the TD Smlth s conver s1on was Wlde and the Cadets led 6 0 The second tlme the Sold1ers had the ball Bllly Slms fleet halfback streaked 49 yards outran the secondary then marched to paydlrt Abernathy scorlng from the one and Long maklng the extra po1nt Robertsdale declded to take to the a1r Cooper went back to pass but r1ght 1nto the hands of Frank Taylor who drove to the 11 yard marker Juddy MCGUIFG went to the s1x and T1m Ford made a beaut1ful catch of Abernathy s pass 1n the end zone for the fourth Cadet score Mcbomb made the extra po1nt and the Cadets led 27 0 UM S took the openlng k1ckoff of the second half and drove 65 yards for a TD Long scored and Srnlth converted through the upr1ghts for the extra po1nt The f1nal Cadet score came When Jlm Hansen recovered a Robertsdale fumble on the ten yard l1ne Charlle Story bulled h1s Way to the seven and Abernathy h1t Dean G1llCSp16 1n the end zone for the f1nal TD The game saw Coach Hanks clear the bench everyone seelng actlon before the contest was over The Sold1ers made a f1ne start Everyone was proud of the showlng of the Sold1ers 1n the f1rst contest of the 1951 season Sims Ford and Gxllesple score against Robertsdale 97 The Soldiers made it 20-0 on a 36-yard drlve in the late part of the first quarter, Torn OFFENSIVE TEAM LINE Left to right Ford Nettles Flnch W Inge Elllsor R Holman Gillespie BACKS Left to rlght Story C Sm1th E Phlllips Sums Cadets Wm Second Stralght Wlth Victory Over Bay Mmette The U M S Cadets made It two 1n a row when they marched to a 12 0 w1n over the Bay Mlnette Tlgers The game played 1n a constant drlzzle and strong wmds was an even toss up for the f1rst half The Tlgers took the openlng k1CkOff and marched to the Sold1ers 18 vard l1ne and It was there that the Cadets tlghtened thexr defense and stopped the Tlgers cold The Cadets then launched a dr1ve that carrled them to the 11 before bemg halted when the Tlgers recovered a U M S fumble M1nutes later the half ended Wlth the score t1ed 0 0 The Cadets took the fleld the second half and completely dommated play The Soldlers took the openlng k1Ck0ff and marched 75 Vards most of the yardage be1ng credlted to Earle Sm1th The f1rst touchdown came when halfback B1lly McComb raced 21 yards around end to score Sm1th s attempt for the extra po1nt was w1de and the score was 6 0 at the end of the goal got off a bad klck that went out of bounds on the 32 yard l1ne On the flrst plav from scr1mmage Earle Sm1th raced 16 yards to the Bay Mlnette 16 A 15 yard penalty put the ball on the Bay Mlnette one yard l1ne On the next play Tom Abernathy carrled It over for a sec ond TD for the Soldlers The extra po1nt was no good and U M S led 12 0 The game ended mlnutes later f1nd1ng Bay M1D9ttE trymg desperately to get a dr1ve under way they couldnt make It The Soldlers l1ne played a f1ne defenswe ball game and the backfleld found all the backs runn1ng hard Fa1rhope Hands U MS F lrst Loss of Season Wlth One TD The Fa1rhope Plrates handed the Cadets on Dauph1n Street the1r flrst loss of the 1951 season by a close score of 7 0 The game played at Fa1rhope s Slmpson Fleld was a flne defens1ve battle all the way for both teams The Fa1rhope score came 1n the second quarter and the P1rates had to hold on to that small margm for the duratlon of the game The second half saw the Cadets drlve to the Fa1rhope 6 1nch l1ne before loslng the ball on downs The Fa1rhope score 1n the second quarter was a d1rect result of a Cadet fumble on the1r own 19 yard l1ne An alert Fa1rhope lmesman fell on the ball and Fa1rhope was off for the only score of the game Bass and Stapleton collected most of the yardage Fa1rhope drove to the U M S 2 yard l1ne Bass went over for the TD Bass converted and Fa1rhope led 7 0 Except for the th1rd quarter drlve the Cadets never threatened agam Dean G1l1esp1e and Reynolds Elhsor stood out on the l1ne and Earle Sm1th was the stand out 1n the backf1eld 98 third quarter. The only other U.M.S. score came when Bay Minette, with their backs to the . , . . . . . . , . l . . . . 3 I . - DEFENSIVE TEAM LINE Left to right Taylor Blacksher Hedgepeth Inge Elhsor R Holman Glllesple BACKS Left to rlght McComb Abernathy Slms Smith Cadets Return To Wmmng Ways Wlth 28 0 Defeat of Jackson The UMS Cadets returned to the vlctory column w1th a 28 0 v1ctory over Jackson at Ladd Stadlum The Cadets scored 1n every quarter and were never headed The Cadets klcked to the Agg16S and on the second play from scmmmage Chfton Inge U M S center and l1nebacker 1ntercepted a pass from Luclus Chastaln on the Jackson 27 On the fxrst play Earle Sm1th h1t G1llesp1e wlth a pass on the Jackson 20 Blllv McComb tore through the llne to the 7 Sm1th powered h1s Way to the 2 and Tommy Abernathy went over Smith converted and U M S led 7 0 The quarter ended mlnutes later Wlth four mlnutes remalnlng 1n the half the Cadets struck Wlth a hghtnlng qulck touch down Jackson klcked out of bounds on the U M S 32 On the flrst plav Jlmmy Hedgepeth raced 68 yards for a touchdown Sm1th agam converted and U M S led 14 0 at the half Mldway 1n the thlrd per1od the Soldxers scored agaln The Cadets returned a k1ck to the 45 Hedgepeth carrled to the Jackson 33 Here McComb dashed around end and sped 1nto the end zone Sm1ths th1rd stralght converslon made It 21 0 The f1nal UM S score came w1th three mxnutes remammg 1n the game Story opened the dr1ve W1th a 16 yard run from h1s ovxn 24 to the 4U Here a 15 yard penalty pushed the Agg18S back to thelr 45 Juddy McGu1re bulled h1s Way to the 40 Story plcked up a f1rst down on the 32 On the next play Story raced around end for 34 yards and a touchdown Sm1th con verted and the fmal score read U M S 28 Jackson 0 Left to rnghtf-McGu1re makes galn agamst the Aggies Nettles Holman Ford and Hedge peth look over the plle up the boys take a rest during a tlme out 99 A ..., . , , . 1 5 y y 1 v 1 -1 1 - 1 5 a n u - . . . 9 s . . . , . 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QIALJQ f ,,, ,,r,,,,: YK I fs apifKQ E Q 1A X as k,?i 3 Q, .LL V., L, in ik S 'Li- v,., K v ,f' 'lx Q14 C33 1"'v O 'x IAP 4 1 -44 i Sums scores 4 txmes ln contest Cadets Hand McG1ll Smashmg 48 7 Defeat The U M S Cadets handed the McG1ll Yellowjackets the1r worst defeat ever by a U M S eleven 48 7 The Sold1ers playmg W1th f1re 1n the1r eyes were s1mply not to be demed th1s game The l1ne plagmg w1th more xlclousness than had been seen at Ladd Stad1um 1n a long t1I'I16 and a crew of hard runnmg backs made the v1ctory easy The Cadets let lt be known earlx that thev were not golng to fool around Brlly S1ms took the openrng k1ckoff on h1s own 17 yard l1ne and raced 83 yards behlnd fxne blocklng through the ent1re McG1ll team tor a touchdown Sm1th conx erted and the score stood 7 0 McG1ll took the next klCkOff and on the next plax and on the 16 yard lme much to the Cadets good they fumbled Two plaxs later after 6 yards had been lost Bllly McComb f1red a pass to Dean G1llGSp19 U M S end 1n the end zone for a touchdown and U M S led 13 0 be fore two and one half m1nutes had elapsed Shortly after the second perrod had begun McG1ll backed up deep 1n the1r own ter1 ltorx elected to pass Cottrell s long pass was mtercepted by S1n s on the U M S 40 and the fleet UMS halfback raced down the sldehnes 60 xards for a touchdown Smlth cont erted and U M S led 20 7 at halftlme The Cadets made a runaway of lt 1n the econd half McG11l s refusal to punt on fourth down on the1r 41 gax e the Cadets the ball A penalty and a few runnrng plays put the ball on the 20 Here Slms sped around end and vsent for a touchdown Sm1th conx erted UMS reallx opened up the fourth quarter Srruths k1ck was fumbled by Emanuel on McG1ll s .38 and Solberg re-cox ered The Cadets drove to the s1X and fa11ed on three attempts 1n the l1ne so on the fourth Smrth fned a touchdown pass to G1ll6Sp16 on the goal l1ne and he stepped across McG11l took to the a1r and Slms rnteleepted another McG1l1 pass and ran 58 vards for an other touchdown The f1nal U M S touchdown came on a 48 yard march w1th Charles Story dr1v1ng ox er from the fue The f1nal score found UM S on top 48 7 Shown here are Billy McComb and Frank Taylor making their hare of the tackles against Mcflll 102 . . y ' ' v s ' . Y. . 7. . . . x n 7- . Y . . Y . . . . . , 7 . . , 1 1 ' 7 . . . 7 y . , , U . 1 V 7 1 ' . 1 1 . . . . . , . . . , . . . ' ' - 5 1 - ' 7 q ' 1 ' 1 . Q n n D I Y . 7 Y . . S . , . Y V . ' .1 .. 7 . Y - 7 ' ' ' , , , Y . . Y . . . , . 4 .1 . . . . Y .I 7 ' . n n n - . L ' ,l S , l k I. 1 1951 Squad First row, left to right-Schrantz, L., Byrd, Long, Ward, Hill, Smith, D., Cobb, E., Phillips, McComb, Hansen, D., Ellisor, J. Second row, left to right-Wharton, E., Abernathy, Iledgepeth, Inge, McGuire, Cochran, Sims, Finch, W., Ellisor, R., Dukes, G., Gillespie. Third row, left to right-Story, C., Blacksher, J., Ford, Solberg, Faulk, Nettles, Hansen, J., Clark, C., Taylor, F., Holman J., Smith, E. Cadets Score Easy 39-0 Win Over Tate The U.M.S. Cadets scored their fifth victory of the season with an easy 39-0 win over an outclassed Tate eleven. The Cadets allowed the Aggies from Tate only one first down as they only penetrated in Cadet territory once. g The Soldiers started early in the scoring department. They took the kickoff and marched to the Tate 10 yard line. The Cadets lost the ball on downs, but Tate could not advance and were forced to kick out of bounds on their own 35 yard line. The first play saw Charles Story sweep around end and go all the way to the ten yard line. Earle Smith bulled his way to the five and Story marched into the end zone for the Cadet score. Smith converted and the score was 7-0. U.M.S. kicked off to Tate and then scored on the next play. This play found Tate fum- bling on the 18 yard lineg John Holman, Cadet tackle, picked up the fumble and raced into the end zone. Smith converted and the score was 14-0. The third U.M.S. score was set up on a 21 yard pass from Charles Story to Dean Gilles- pie, who raced out of bounds on the 4 yard line. Billy Sims cracked over on the first play. Smith converted and the Cadets led 21-0. Substitutes were used during the second quarter and battled the Aggies on even terms. The regulars opened the second half, marched 65 yards and tallied again. Earle Smith drove over from the six yard line to make the score 27-0. Minutes later, Smith to Bill Sims for a 10 yard pass and a 55 yard run by "Swifty" Sims. The score stood then at 33-0. The final Cadet score came when Charles Story raced around end for 39 yards to score. The contest ended soon with U.M.S. the victor with a 39-0 win over Tate. -103- Cadets Score Early to Trim Vigor, 6-0 The U.M.S. Cadets scored early in the first quarter and went on to defeat Vigor 6-0. The win was the Cadets, sixth against but a single loss. Again the Cadets' defense played a leading role as Vigor threatened but once and could pick up but four downs. The Soldiers drove deep into Vigor territory on many occasions and when it looked like the Cadets were going to score the drive would die out. The Soldiers drove Within the Vigor 20 yard line the first time they got the ball, only to lose it on downs. Minutes later the Cadets were back knocking on Vigor's door. This time they lost the ball on an intercepted pass on the tw o. Vigor could gain nothing and had to kick, Billy Sims, fleet halfback, took the ball on the 37 and raced to the 16 yard line. Here Charles Story circled end, cut back, and Went all the w ay to the 6 yard line. Earle Smith drove to the two, and Sidney Phillips went to the one. On third down Smith went to the six inch line and on last down Billy Sims carried it over for the game's only score. Earle Smith's try for the extra point was wide and the Cadets led 6-0, at the quarter. Vigor took the kickoff and Went all the way to the U.M.S. 10 yard line. Here a penalty pushed them back and on the next play Reynolds Ellisor, ace Cadet lineman, recovered a Vigor fumble, and the only Vigor threat had ended. The rest of the game was played deep in Vigor territory U M S constantly threatening to score The end of the game saw the Cadets in possession of the ball in Vigor territory with the score standing 6 0 the Cadets out in front with the clock running out Left to right-Sims scores onlv TD against Vigor McComb and Abernathy stop one of the Wolxcs for a loss Storv does his share to stop Vigor 104 , . . . - 7 I , A M ,.. I .. ,nvwwffmvqy W ' ' 4 -4 ,, ,ia K " f xr A -- 1 . wh-.. WAW., , -Y .. dm., A,-,W ,,s. . -J L. . . . K . C A A . S . : , - 'Y L V , , . 4 Q 4 . , . . . U.M.S. Defeats Sylacauga in Mud and Rain The U.M.S. Cadets took their seventh game of the season when they defeated the power- ful Sylacauga Red Devils in the rain and mud at Ladd Stadium, 13-0. The Cadets, playing one of the finest teams in north Alabama, were outweighed 30 pounds a man. Playing a huge forwardwall the Cadets outmaneuvered the Reds Devils of Sylacauga. Sylacauga kicked to the Cadets and recovered the opening kickoff. On the first play Sylacauga fumbled and U.M.S. recovered on their 22 yard line. The Cadets quickly drove to the Red Devils 35 yard line. Here a penalty halted the drive and Sylacauga took over. The rest of the quarter was played in midfield. Three minutes after the second quarter began, the Cadets drove from their own 26 yard line to the Sylacauga 30. Here Billy Sims raced around end and cut up the sideline and be- hind beautiful blocking Went all the way for a touchdown. Smith's conversion was wide and the Cadets led 6-0. The Cadets kicked off and on three plays the Red Devils could gain but seven yards. So on fourth down Garrigus kicked out of bounds on the U.M.S. 30 yard line. On the first play Billy Sims burst through tackle and headed for the sideline. It appeared that Sims was trapped on the Sylacauga 40 but he spurted away from two tacklers, sidestepped another and outran the secondary to pay dirt. This time Smithls kick split the uprights and U.M.S. led 13 0 at the half The second half was li ghlighted by the fine defensive play on the part of both teams The only serious threat came when the Cadets drove to the Sylacauga three and then only missed a first down by inches The win for the Cadets was their seventh of the year The loss for Sylacauga snapped a five game winning streak Smith and McComb making gains and scores against Svlacauga Upper right Cliff Inge watches a Sylacaugan suffer 105 I A A . . .4 1 L ,m ' J ' " ' . , . . V 4 . . , . g Cadets March to Easy 45-0 Win Over Grove Hill The U.M.S. Cadets. with reserves playing most of the game, easily defeated Grove Hill by a score of 45-0. The Cadets took the opening kickoff and marched all the Way to a touchdown without giving up the ball. Smith. Story and Sims doing the running for the Cadets. Billy Sims then scored from the 30 yard line. Smith's try for the extra point was wide and the score stood 6-0. Three minutes later Sims took a Grove Hill punt on the 45 and raced down the sidelines to a touchdown. Smith's conversion split the uprights and the quarter ended 13-0 with the Cadets ahead. Early in the second quarter the Soldiers drove to the Grove Hill ll yard line. Here Gil- lespie raced around end into the end zone for a TD. Smith's kick was blocked. The Cadets came back minutes later and drove 80 yards to a touchdown. Earle Smith crashed through the middle of the line from the ten yard marker. Dean Gillespie dropped an extra point pass and the half ended with the Cadets ahead 26-0 over the Grove Hill team. The second half was only four minutes old when Juddy McGuire, fullback, intercepted a Grove Hill pass and ran 43 yards for a touchdown and Gillespie's kick was good. The Soldiers did not score again until the fourth quarter, when, with Grove Hill backed up to their own goal line, Barfield passed into the flats and it was intercepted by Billy Mc- Comb who stepped into the end zone. Earle Smith's kick was again good. The final Cadet score came when Ollie Byrd scored from the one yard line. The final score read, Cadets 45, Grove Hill 0. Reynolds Ellisor was the outstanding Cadet with his fine defensive play. Shown here is most of the second string getting their experience for the on-coming seasons' also Billy Sims picks up yardage for Cadets. -106- Cadets Drop Hard Fought 27 10 Game to Murphy The U M S Cadets lost the1r f1nal game of the year 27 10 to the powerful Murphy Pan thers Thanksgwmg afternoon at Ladd Stad1um The game was one of the hardest contests of the year played before about 12000 fans The game followed the same pattern as usual the Panthers usmg the1r reserve strength to wear out the sp1r1ted Cadets The Cadets scored 1n the openlng quarter on a 85 yard drxve Earle Smlth hard dr1v1ng fullback plcked up most of th1s yardage Bllly Slms scored from he three Smlth s k1ck was good and the Cadets led 7 0 at the quarter W1th only f1ve mlnutes remalnlng 1n the half Earle Smlth k1cked 1nto the end zone and the Panthers took over on the1r own 20 yard l1ne On the1r fxrst play Bobby Lenderman c1r cled end cut back 311 ran 80 yards to pay d1rt Sparks cracked over tackle for the extra po1nt and the game was t1ed 7 7 Thls flred the Soldlers up and 1n only f1Ve plays they were on the Panthers 6 yard l1ne Here w1th t1me runmng out Earle Sm1th k1cked a beau ful 17 yard fleld goal The Cadets then led 10 7 at the half Murphy got 1ts attack rolllng IH the second half The flrst t1me they got the ball they marched 84 yards 1n 4 plays for a touchdown Eagan scored and Sparks added the extra po1nt and Murphy led 14 10 Ray Sparks broke loose aga1n 1n the fourth quarter and ran 65 yards for a touchdown and the Panthers led 20 10 Murphys last drlve went for 65 yards The Panthers drove to the four and the Cadets w1th a n1ne man l1ne Lenderman threw a Jump pass to Thompson for a touchdown The f1nal score read Murphy 27 U M S 10 The Cadets even though they lost to Murphy had a fme season wmmng 8 and loslng 2 The Soldlers scored 242 po1nts durlng the year for a 24 2 average per game The1r opponents scored 41 po1nts durmg the year for a 4 1 average per game A JA... af Top, left to right Story Just caught the ball before steppmg out of bounds McComb stops Lolly for a. loss Bottom, left to right--Sums on h1s way to a TD Bully returns a punt with the help of Blg Sam -.- 107 - s , - s , - 9 ' V . :I . . . 6 . , . 1 f 9 9 Q - 4 Y . , ' i . 1 a 4 - . . . . . 6: . y , on . . 1 . 4 . , . ' 7 - . . , . , . , , . . . . . I 9 1 ' . , .. .-. l.....-.-T .g 4 '15 ? '1 A 5- f 4 .. 4 if-xl. J.. s. Jumor Varslty Squad FIRST ROW Jacobs Byrd Ernest Voran Parrott Smith D Green Van Devender Walters SECOND ROW Cobb E VVard Hull Schrantz Hansen J Herrlng Hansen D Elhsor J I Flrst Team IINI- Qchxantz Hlll bmlth D Hansen D Elllsor J Hansen J llenmg BAL KS lacobs Wald lobb I' Bud 108 . . I .v I l 1 ! P 'Q I v I ' - ' A ff ' Q' gf f - ' 4- 1 , 'AA lx. W . , . -. . , ' , , , L., j ' . J umor Squad FIRST ROW Pettlss Kelh Marburs Bond Wallace J Rlpps SECOND ROW Harris B Moore S Carrmgton Klme Whlgham U M S St Marv s 21 U M S Ba1t1more 48 U M S L1tt1e Flower 6 U M S Sage Park 7 U M S R1Ck3fby 0 U M S Galx ez 7 Flrst Team LINE Klme Harris B Kellw Marburs Bond Wallace I Rlpps BALKS Whlgham Moore S Pettlss f,3l'llIlgt0ll 109 . . ,-12 . V' - . . .- 0 ' - . . .- 7 ' -- . . .-21 7 S - U.M.S.- 6 , Hannon-33 . . .-48 ' - Mldget Squad FIRST ROW Bunkley Lyons W Wallace Sutton Really Clower Myers Henderson Potts SECOND ROW Cook Barney Slaton Gardner Harris J Newberry Gunn Harris N Eastburn U M S L1tt1e Flower 7 U M S Thomas James 7 U M S Balt1more 6 U M S Galx ez 0 Flrst Team LINE Lyons Sutton Relllv Clower 18 vers Potts Harns J BALKS Gunn Newberry Harris N Eastburn 110 'Q Tlnymlte Squad FIRST ROW Plpes Merrv Clower P Schrantz M Wnlson J Pemck Hays W Turner R SECOND ROW Lawrence Taylor H Turner J McPeak Plckron Gwln UMS UMS UMS UMS UMS Rlckarby 0 Ba1t1more Crawford 12 Sprmg H111 0 Galvez 36 First Team LINE Clower McPeak Taylor H Wilson J Hays W Turner Penlck BACKS Turner J Lawrence Plckron Gwm 111 Mldget Team Coaches Bradlev Smith Paul Mavson held Day Wlnnele of 51 x Front row, left to right-Whigham, Junior: Wittmann, Sub- Midgetg Hall, Tinymiteg Eastman, Midget. Second row-Inge, Intermediate: Gillespie, Senior. -112- Baslagall . . . 1902 Squad FIRST ROW left to right 'Vlciomb Xbernathw Flllson R Cllleeple SECOND ROV! Inge bmlth E Solberg Iackson Sion ,rv Team Coacheb R Chambers Xsst R L Hanks Head Lunch 115 rv L , -A 1 , . l , A . , ., I .. . 1 , , .. . , . J , . -v v . N Vw. , kj A 3, WA 1 . B. . ', . .Z . . 5, , ' ' . f Basketball Results of the 1952 Season U.lVl.S U.M.S U.M.S U.M.S U.M.S U.lVl.S U.lVI.S U.lVl.S U,M.S. U.lVI.S. U.M.S. U.M.S. Robertsdale 30 Jackson 27 Fairhope 35 Vigor 67 McGill 51 Monrocville 55 Fairhope 53 Tate 46 Murphy 45 Robcrtscialo 43 McGill 53 Jackson 35 U.M.S. U.M,S U.M.S U.M.S U.1VI.S U.M.S U.M.S. U.M.S, U.1VI.S. 40 ,,, 77, 49 1 56 51 Murphy 43 Vigor 67 Tate 57 Monroeville 43 Mobile County Tournament 80 5, 25 42 Class AA District Tourn 30 37 -115- Theodore 48 Murphy 36 Vigor 49 amcnt Murphy 29 Butler 42 Seniors of the 1952 Squad llcrbcrt Sollmrrg Charles Story 116 l l I-Inrlv Smith Reynolds Iillisor Dean Gillespie Junior Varsity Squad FIRST RON left to right Bxrd Blacksher l Fdgar Halman SECOND ROW Hansen D wwilld Han en l Phllllps UMS UMS UMS UMS UMS UMS UMS UMS UMS UMS UMS UMS U1Vlb UMS UM9 Junior Varsltw Season s Results Robertsdale 24 Jackson 77 Fawhope 36 VIQOI 51 M 111 40 Pauhope 28 Tate 44 Murphx 4-1 Robertsdale M 111 41 Jackson 23 Murphv .37 Vlgor 35 Tae 39 1VIomou1llc 118 . . . 25 f . . . 28 ' - LL . . . 48 ' 2 . . . 29 'j ' . . . 25 CG' U.1VI.S. 26 1VIon1'oovillo 29 . . . 24 ' 4' 1 ' . . . 31 j 1 . . , 41 14 . . . 26 CG' . . . 35 ' ' : 'Q . , . 30 V ' . 20 ' ' . . . 29 tx I. . ., . 29 ' X " 1 54 J un10r Squad FIRST ROW left to right llarrls Carrm ton Gunn Kellw Newberry QEf OND ROW Hhlgham Cleveland Moore S MacPherson Basketball Managers left to right-Richard Murray, Edward Cobb 119 K Q l fe . X1 ,X 4 ' Y 4 , ' Y if ' , L 5' I ,QA 5 I ' " ,,, "'- A I if Q. 'Q V Baseball Varslty Squad FIRST ROW left to right Bxrd Phllllps Edgar Smlth D Hedgepeth Abernathw SECOND ROVV Wilson Inge Cllleaple Black hex Lochxan Ward THIRD ROV! Solberg Smith E Stars Hansen D .lackwn Han I I O . 1 7 . 8 . ' 10 Y ' 15 . 18 . . ' 19 ' 22 ' 25 ' 26 ' 29 2 1 K 6 9 10 13 16 sen I March 28 Aprll Aprll Aprll Apr1l Aprll Aprll Apr11 Apr11 Aprll Apr11 May May May May May May UM S BASEBALL SCHEDULE 1952 MURPHY CITRONELLE VIGOR MCGILL MURPHY CITRONELLE ROBERTSDALE FOLEY VIGOR ROBERTSDALE ALBA FOLEY ALBA LEROY PENSACOLA LEROY PENSACOLA 120 Sage Avenue Park Sage Ax enue Park V1gOf Sage Ax enue Park Murphy Cltronelle Cnlghtj Sage Avenue Park Foley Sage Avenue Park Robertsdale Sage Avenue Park Sage Ax enue Park Bayou La Batre Leroy Pensacola Sage Avenue Park Sage Avenue Park Seniors of the 1952 Squad llerbert Solberg Earle Qmill Charles Storx Dean Glllesple 121 Ks ioach Andneu M lim S011 Managers Left to right Nlchols R Drane F 2 Go Golf Squad Left to right Rlpps Murray Mr Dawson Coach lvons S Corte Dexter GOLF SCHEDULE Apr11 17 McG111 fH0me Gameb Apr11 28 Murphy fHome Gamej Other matches were held but a schedule was not avallable when the annual was pubhshed -123- YF' Wa K Q V':,i55,f . 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'wt vw . v Th1s page was mtended for autographs but as we go to press we drop It out 1n order to g1V6 our baseball team the pat on the back we feel they deserve C1ty champ1ons for the fxrst t1me mce 1918' We know you all Jom w1th us IH con gratulatmg Mr Hmson and the players Mr Dennls Smltherman of the Moblle Press has gwen us h1s perm1ss1on to quote h1s edltorlal upon our team s achleve ments We present It here for the record Lunch Bet Dlflllt ldv Off One team thought 1t had It cmched another Just wouldnt sav d1e That s the story of the metropol1tan area and the sorta ac companymg Moblle County prep baseball champ1onsh1ps ex er are the wearers of both crowns And they hold the tltles Wlth a great deal of respect because they won lt the hard vt av when the cause looked yust about hopeless Or near enough to lt anyway The Cadets max not be the greatest prep baseball club assembled around these parts but lt goes almost bex ond saw mg that they re one of the scrapplest And that played as much a part or maybe a greater part than did the flne pltchmg of Herb Solberg and the steady hlttlng of Clifton Inge Earle Smith Charlle Story and the rest The Cadets deserve pra1se for the1r wmmng ach1ew ements and a pat on the back wlth best W1shes for good plavmg 1n the drne com1ng up tor d1str1ct and state bunt1ngs Coach Andy H1nson can well be proud of h1s Sold1er base ballers from the school that l1sted about 113 students m the four sen1or grades 15 5 qc 9 u 9 ,' L 1 ' ' .' . ., X . ' - Y Y A 1 7 ' I - C C - The Cadets of U.M.S., proud and haughty, and scrappy as V 1 . ' U I 7 3 U , L, v' v, ' 1 7 7 ' . 9 .V 9 3 ' 1 v 7 . y . u . 1 . V - 2 - XDX I In l ISIN! Sl CIIUN NN P 11 N lx sN X xxj 11 . 'f"','fi.""' .v 11111 f'2ll1l'1 1111. 111511 '11':1:X 111111111 1111111111 115' 11111 ,:111111'1'1 x111111111'1 Q1X'l'11 115: 1111- 111111111 151 1111x'111'1 51-1's. 'l'1111 s11111 111111 l'f111S1f1l'1k 11 L1 11'1'51111111 141x'111' 11 11111 w1111111 llSl' 1111w1 111x'1-1'11.'111'.' 211111 1111111' s111"11111s xx'111'1111x'111' E11 1.'.' 11111, 1111 111l'X 11111 1l'll1f 1111-1111s 111. 11111 s1'1111111. Be Proud of Your Boy's Appearance . . . OUTFIT HIM COI RLCTLY IN Mobrle s Most Complete Boy s Department COMPLETE LINE OF U M S REQ ULATIQN 0 SHIRTS 0 TIES 0 SUCKS o WH1TE GLOVES QISS Bros , . . la l I I . . . 1 1 - A 1 C 0 HI3115' l"f1sf11'o11f 151-0111 S!7c'c'121f1'5Z5 In 1"rl.x'!Ilvf!ll5H F ru1t Dlstrrbutmq Company Inc YELLOW CAB Company MCPh1II1pS Packmq Corporatlon B A gth Melba Creamery S B 117 R A HILL Tobacco Co Inc Il II Lyons Insurance Company I F 2 3683 GENERAL INSURANCF SURETY BONDQ C 1' I Umpmum of CUl71f7!I'l1Il7If.i' of N F U CIOHIPII-l7Il'l1f,x' of I - I E t' go m every day is part of livin e American way Bayou La atrc. labama I I . Pzllktfh' of T d 1' 'k X ,gctablcs and Dunbar B ' I 46' - d Si- ll -3 beafoods ff A Il- , ll:'.Y,l'.' ll" C jillfmzlfx of o o 204-S irsl National B' k X . ,I . 1 1 and O O Q M Ha lil. asbef-aglgip fs ll vs! , sri. 1 uality means so much gil OOKNID UIINI AWIOIWV of vu! corn con conunfv IV The Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Mobile Have your complete uniform X cleaned and pressed at Chln s Laundry :S Cleaners Laundry 81 Cleaners SYMBOL 'Ilus Book Prmtnd m OF Bound by ailawg S'I EAWSHIP CORPORATION T I FPH ST E T 'VI BIL A G I L L PRINTING 5. STATIONERY co 1119 XIORIH WXILR Snueu l I A -O , - . 2 d O O O O . ,-- i p- :.r. ky. 1... ' MOBILE, ALABAMA I I gl SAD: os. ' R E , . O E, LAB.-KMA COMPLIMENTS OF The Ncrtlonctl APPIICIIICG D1v1s1on The Natlonal Butome Company 58 N ROYAL STREET MOBILE ALABAMA I HONE I 9 54 ENCRAVERS DIPLOMAS VISITING CARDS Ed F1G1dS GWIN S LIFE INSURANCE 8 .SOUTH CONCEPTION DRINK Leif Enqlneermq R C CCI-A C ompcmy Nehl Bottlmq Co 6 St L MOBILE I I I I I OF I ' , , I -. 5 Coffzpllfzlrrlfx of l Commencement Invitations I I u "l"m' Cfllllllfy' ,lfzr'11x'.f" CI0l71f7ll-Nltllfn' of - - li ll O O I I . 0 55 ' . ouls Street I - - Complzm nt Troy Laundry and Dry Cleanrnq Company AIIIUIIIIIIIA- INTERNATIONAL V"'lUIHl""V INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS FARMALL TRACTORS Scott Luttrell Truck 6: Tractor Co 320 NORTH ROYAL STREET and ROBERTSDALE ALABAMA K omplmzc nl Underwood Burlders Supply Co So Royal St Dual 2 3581 Warley Fru1t 6: Produce Co Quallty Serv1ce Sat1sfact1on 57 59 S Commerce St 56 58 S Front St Telephone 2 7775 P O Box 1129 Moblle Ala LET S DEVELOP AND PRINT YOUR FILMS WOI OHN 'S 16 So Conception St Dial 2 6882 Shde and Sound Projectors BEST WISHES I esse French Co Frm Izmo Sim 1973 Band Instruments Radlos 12 South JO8.C111f1'1 Phone 2 83:3 ' ' c' 5 of . Y . - 1 O . I - f ' ' 5 of I 0 . . , . , . . "Bcltc,1' S4'1'z'iz'c' to ilu' Bu1'ldc'r" 401 . j . - ' - . . 1 . , . I U 6 ' H" ' "L 5 "U 1-H 1- Z - I Y WHPN SHOPPING Ixcuclz For Malbrs Bread Malbrs Bakery Mobile Alabama CIIIIIIIIIPNYS Loop N atronal Bank Sharpe Wheyland nc: 158 ST LOUIS STREET Moblle Ala PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES IIIUIU IINISI DRINK McDonald Bros GRADE A PASTEURIZED MIIK Buttermilk Chocolate Milk Coffee Cream Whipping Cream Sealed for your protecuon wxth the WELDED WIRE SEAL Dlal 6 2680 2 7490 Thames :S Batre Ex ers Kmd of INSURANCE AND SURETY BONDS 108 S1 loseph Stleet DIAL 2 0451 Q 7 . , ,N , . . UF I J. . 4 . ININ br-1' F-I-"1 D1 ft I : ' '-L1 "t' I ' I - I I 0 , ' Y . S I, If d Stores. Restau' tx. I :t't I' 4 ' III .' "U,X'lf lI.lY ' " ' .' IIXU' ' O as S! ' ' I I A EW-www ws ggaggggv 2 wxqwmwmu :wig g w?xgafg3QMvff9m 'YN Y 5- zsiiwfg wgr My 2 'E A L You no IS Gum! 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S H Kress 61 Co K M 5 10 and zsc s'roRE III IRII or DISTIXFTIUN Blttle Housc Bllllfllllf., Class of 52 CONTINUE YOUR EDUCATION AT Sprmg H 1ll YOUR HOME TOWN COLLEGE Offerlng complete courses 1n the Arts and SCIENCES and Busmess and Commerce and thorough pre professxonal tralnlng ln M6d1C1H9 Dentlstry Law and Engmeermg Tralnrng 1n Mllltary SCIEHCG and Tactlcs and Transportatlon IS offered through the Reserve Offxcers Trammg Corps - l I I . O ! f I I U I I I l - l l . . I l I I ' I 3 ' 5 f , . O - O O 9 7 H , . , , , Mobile, Alabama Q O O - . . . . . . , . A .l B y fvff: V117- ffm' 3 THQ 5 Thames Iackson Harrls Co INSURORS - REALTORS no st. F . D 1 3- 545 Compllments A Frlend Cobb Barret Motors HUDSCN The Amerlcan Natlonal Bank :S Trust Company N X I It 11 v of tl Lzfclmzc' From 1 0 71 CH T1 cmznc' Home - - I of ' Fine Clzfmf 'gk-N2 rancis Stre t ia 9 'gn' 1 , , Qaahtsq Jmvefers Smce 1902 I l HU U HQ Battle House Bldg. of , a CUIIIPIIIIICIIIS of I I - Incorporated Sales-Service - Par s-Accesso ' .' O. - ' "- , Rrley Stuart Supply Co Inc BUILDING MATERIALS P H I L L I P S P P Furmture Co Vg St E PHONE .5 7465 Brannan Sportmq I Radclrff s Gravel Wilson Company 205 G t St PHONE .3 .3721 Toomey Dry Goods Company Wholesale Dry Goods and Notrons Men s Furmshmgs 5 N th w 1 t 0 B l A I UMILIMI NIS Ol' Taylor Lowensteln 61 Company Naval Stores and Factors Mobile 8, Alabama I - C'0lI1f7!1Al71t'lII.f of Ol o - E gle- icher and Du nt Pa' t ' 'nia at Concept St I n . manuel and Conti Streets I I - Z - 4 ' CON1f7fI'l71t71l5 of o Distributors of l - I overnmen . . Incorporated l I I I 13-1 or a er S reet - P. . ox 967 Mobi e, 1 b I ' l I LIUIIIPII-lIll'll1.x' of The Regan Co. COI7If7lIII1l'l1I,i of Roberts and Lonq Constructron Co ROCKET AHEAD WITH A Rocket Olclsmobrle for 1952 Hamrrck Motor Company 358 St L l M bl 10 AI Rea I1 or S mth Sunbeam zyml B X fa t t - Herter Starke MOBILE ALABAMA Bldqood Statronery Company 1846 18 Bl P fnpfz 7 61srF str POB MOBILE 1 ALA 42 Years of HONEST CLEAN SERVICE Imperral Laundry Laun r upplies - Dair uipmc t - N O Sales - Installat' . ouis Street Dia 2-4521 0 ie , a. 6 f 1 ' 'J Conzplimwzl.-' of at c' 'cv' ca ' The read -Q53-NM - - he N . 'fr ' You Need gQ S?v3n,e,5g, Pr1nt1nq Co. Z I' , 'D I For Energy "HN ' N 9 V' h Xt . r ...I "" I 1 - 1 ' I Since Everything For Your Ufj'12'c"' Ph 2-05 e rin e . -601 ' . rancis ree . . o 82 U 9 Famous for F 1ne Foods the World Over 1 11 NORTH ROYAL STREET RIDF 'IHE EQCAL XTOR Frrestone Stores 21" S' L W T Grant Co 1 A1 PHONE 325-3 171 DAUPHIN STREET DRINK Joe Montgomery Crystal Cul: Coffee Llfe Insurance SUGAR 6: COFFEE A F d fU M SERVICE CORP Mobi fx Ijlllltiff Rl'.YItll!l't I 1 4 n I - AT . ouis Street T o o o Mobl e' abama HIXDIIUIVII For ll1l1u'.f" I - . 5 - f.'UlI1f7fllHt 1115 of Roasted in obile rien 0 . . S. 0 - I C Rll IINKS IVIJ lm! Sl U ISHIS IIAOM ALABAMA S OLDEST BANK 'IO TI-IIA YI UlJIN'I BODY OF U M S We hope that 111 the vears to Lorne you wxll bank w1th us and bank on us to help vou chmb the ladder of success FIRST ATIONAI. BANK Mosul: l ALABAMA Ilubumz Olde I Hun P1415 zlflmluzz Hun 1115 .Suwzc I crmes B Doncrqhey Plumbing and Heating Whenex er Youre 1n Downtown Mob1le MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT 1776 Old Shell Road Phone 6 8661 Mob1le Ala llclzl FIIIIPII Dfpnim nf Sm: REGISTERED JEWELER AIVIERIQAN CEM SOCIETY CEIVIS and C IIA TS .5 South Royal Street I ZZ 1. . I 1. . 1. ' I . QS' 1T NIHBIR YIDQIAL DEPOSIY INSURANCE COIIPOUAYION , L5 -.I A-.If--I 1- A 1 -- - 1 I . . . I ' - . II UA ,I Fl' L K' A I' , I 1 1 I Y x COMPLIMFINTS OF Thoss Sportmq Goods Company In Bu me O 1 65 If Excluslve D1str1butors f GOLDSMITH and RAWLINGS ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT SPOT BILT SHOES 76 Dauphin Dlal 2 5624 Son Thoeb Chlck Malone ga aa mvfsas gig ppl!!! R U S S , Beverage Co f 30444 QTS GOOD Moblle Alabama 5 Cm. Dial 2 4466 Daw Dlal 6 7447 Nl ht Gulf Coast Marme Supply Co Dxstubutors MARINE and MILL SUPPLIES PLUMBING and HEATING MATERIAL PIPE VALVES and FITTINCS Rox al and Momoe Streets lVIob1l0 6 Ala lllllllllll XIX Moblle Steel Co I nc Moblle Alabama PHONE 2 2705 Metzger Mobile Pru hard ARROW SHIRIS DOBBS HATS HART SCHAFFNER SL MARX CLOTHES BOSTONIAN SHOES MCGREGOR SPORTSWEAR i - - - E I 7 - I I I ' P ' 5 xx Ur' ' 'arf ' . . . , O I . . sa as , ga ' av . . , I V, ,,,4,,, , ,,,,, ,W ,,,, ........,..,...,. . ..,Wf,LA.:3... V-, ,,., ., . ...,..,. ,......... .... - ....,. . A . . ,, 5 1' ? . EEK . 5 .. 4 NPN.-,'-Y, 'fn' -I 5 'Ii Q Q gs. - ,,.:sZ ,Sf jf T. ff' l xii: " ff- ' 'gf I I K A ' ff. 353 ff ' -' " A -M f I 2 0 :CQ "' 2" -I -' -ki, . ,P u p , . . .....V ' , .,.,.,. - 5 .. : X . fl - 555 :z:s:::s's2Ss?s2sffV .51 ' 5 5222 X. ,f ji, "' ' n - ---zz, -51, '- , 1- fs2:Z:i1'2f2f2'La:I ,gy 1' I p . ' . .g.g.. I, -L . ,g.-'E gg "-N. . .7 '52 -'3I7Z3I5Z7!' 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Phone 2-0258 UEASTMAN KODAK AND VIEW MASTER DEALERS 97 WE HAVE AN EXPERIENCED ORGANIZATION Turner Supply Company Machlnery Industrlcrl Electnccrl and Contractors Supphes A goocl place fo an fl TODA Y and TOM ORRO W' - -I g 3 63 59,511 I 5,5511 'D MPSF" gl aswff' , Qu 'l'llE MERCIIANTS NATIQNAI. gigggijii.. BANK or mann: Iwfjfw E S ggiiii yuh ggg HQMR IIUIIIHIII gk 51414 E MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION l I fi 5 if M fi 1 2 iii MLN El' I I F3 Z7 L P3 ,, 0 0 0 .-i.!:4, -QIV " iv ---'V 1 'Til ' ' 2 A ff, .I K I - -.... I 11-p its 255523 gf V- QQ" ggi x I v ,ff ,fir L f zrz Q g 5. aj , , S Q 5, Q is 1, zizf Q21-:gr . f Q lrr , f' 4. fl' I f ' - i f C 0 W1 Ll WILNT5 OI R D Walker Lumber Company ENTGRAVINGS FOR THIS l BOOK BY t St Sears Roebuck Gulf States Engravmq 6: Co PHONE 11 , I , I . . 1. o o L Mobi e's Most C01 pl t Departme I I O. 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