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THE LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL THE COLLECTION OF NORTH CAROLINIANA C378 UPy 1941 c. 3 a s , ■r ?S UNIVERSITY OF N C AT CHAPEL 00016902899 This book may be kept out one month unless a recall notice is sent to you. It must be brought to the North Carolina Collection (in Wilson Library) tor renewal. fftf ' V Form No A-369 1 OT n AT U U U fo faicfo k utj CatnSuLfi u RENTED BY THE STUDENTS OF iWMM L4Z?UKsCvU5C tfh,. BUSINESS MANAGER If - . f. A little town somewhere in the country, with nothing much in it but the An old town, with traces of buildings that have been standing since the 1790 ' s, and new modern buildings that substantially serve the several sciences and arts. A nice town, with four thousand students who manage to find a way of life for themselves in the verdant grace of old trees and new courses and hundreds of outside activities. A new town, where honest progress and valid learning is spread- ing out to the state and the region. But, for our memories and nostalgic senior recollections, call it just Chapel Hill, a little town somewhere in the country, with nothing much in it but the college. ;-i ! WTaj , ; 4 jkj tgm DOWN AT CHAPEL HILL THE UNIVERSITY Including Views, Administration, Student Govern- ment, Classes, and Professional Schools. . . .Pace 15 ACTIVITIES Including Extra-Curricula Activities and Honorary Organizations Page 201 ATHLETICS Including Varsity, Freshman, and Women Sports and Intramurals Page 255 SOCIAL Including Fraternities, Social Organiza- tions, Beauties, and Dances Page 323 PREFACE In this book we wish to present a pic- turization of life in Chapel Hill. To each student may this annual serve as a per- manent tie to the experiences of the past years, and keep alive the Carolina Spirit which was his because he was a part of it. To others who read this book, may they gain a panoramic sketch of Carolina and all sides of the academic and social life at Chapel Hill. May it serve to give them an insight into the significance of the Uni- versity and the part that it plays in the development of the state. The University of North Carolina is wide- ly known throughout the economically and politically conservative South, as well as in the allegedly more enlightened North, for its liberalism. The term and the school are as inevitable associated in the Southern Mind as are breakfast grits and bacon. To friendly critics, liberalism connotes a grasp of the changing needs of men in a changing world. ... It came into being simultaneously with the pronouncement of the doctrine of the Rights of Man and the Declaration of Inde- pendence on this side of the Atlantic, and with the French Revolution — created in part by these doctrines — on the other side of the ocean . . . There are tangible achievements which are measurable by experts in the field of edu- cation. The intangible achievements of the University are perhaps greater. They lie in an unremitting and successful struggle for academic freedom in an area where the weight of lethargy, as well as the dynamics of industrial opposition and inherited pre- judices, operates against academic freedom. They consist in teaching students the truth ••• r »? - f% ; mi 9 Bffil 8 5 s! ' i a about the South even when the truth hurts. They are composed of precepts and standards which have made the name of Chapel Hill respected throughout the nation, and which more than once have caused men ' s eyes to turn toward the South in delighted surprise. — David Cohn. DEDICATION Goethe once wrote, " A teacher who can arouse a feeling for one single good action, for one single good poem, accomplishes more than he who fills our memory with rows on rows of natural objects classified with name and form. ' ' Horace Williams was a great teacher — mainly because he was all teacher. He knew what the teaching act was. He knew what education was. And he taught like a man who knew what he was doing. Never was a man ' s life more completely identified with his work than Horace ' s was with teaching. He identified his life with the University. He helped young men to find themselves, stimulated them to the cultivation and expres- sion of their talents, showed them how to grow up to lives of beauty and success. That he possessed the genius of teaching is the unanimous testimony of all those who came into his classes during the fifty years that he taught. He did not deal with information. " I did not ask my students to learn about Plato. I invited them into the Platonic experience. Stand on the mountain and see what Plato saw. " Equivocating theories about the real meaning of things had no place in his classroom. He put boys in touch with what was meaningful and vital in their lives. He saw the relation between education and reality. " There is no abstract knowledge. There are no abstract birds. Why should there be an abstract man? When a speaker begins with ' assumptions ' and ' abstractions ' I always escape and go with my horse into the woods. I have a noble group of pines that I call my temple. I love the music that comes from the swaying tops. It is not an assump- tion. I am come that ye might have Life. ' If Jesus had said, I am come that ye might make assumptions, deal with abstractions, what a hero he had been. " Because he was in every way the teacher; because he so beautifully exemplified the aims and spirit of the University, this yearbook of his last senior class is dedicated to that spirit — in his name. HORACE WILLIAMS 1IUEIS Jhe Vjld l [ e(i and Doutn . . . oor to Spencer . . . Jne Upper b uadranale - o ■ --, - u LSI II 5 - : ■ ;-. v -. k sv ' . • J ■ |L ULt ■■■ J y Bfec. :- -V. iat- asfe gg-e t j-iMWi WB9 Si a ■:U.sZtV £$ » ' 3 » N " ' i] ■w • " » • . ' ' 3 s» I J ? - B fc l. 1? $5 j 5 t 1 r|ppp|g fanning J tai .: »:i -A jr ' ■ m 1 wi tit 1 n O j (Entrance to J aundt eri . . Mrboretum . . . Venerable J ra yjld lA eit and J ouin THE UNIVERSITY AND NATIONAL DEFENSE The development of the whole life of each student is part of the development of the whole life of the University and is a part of the program of the total defense of the freedom and democracy which gave birth to our University and our nation. In our conception of national defense as total defense, we hold that every student, every citizen, every farm, indus- try, business, institution, and agency of the people ' s life can make their best contribution to national defense by being their optimum selves. The universities can make their maximum contributions by being the best possible universities. To train thoroughly soldiers, sailors, and aviators, and fail to train thoroughly scientists, technologists, dietitians, social workers, nurses, doctors, journalists, masters of language, draftsmen, accountants, artists, philosophers, profes- sional experts, and agricultural, industrial, political, civic, educational, and religious leaders, is to develop a lopsided defense and disorganize the nation for collapse behind the lines. As a part of total defense we hold that American democracy would preserve the precious liberties of worship, assembly, speech, the press, suffrage, and lawful process for person and property, regardless of creed, race, color, or economic position, and would preserve the free- dom to study and discuss all sides of all questions. Wherein we believe that American democracy would enlarge the historic Bill of Rights to include, as basic to all: provision for more equal educational opportunity of all the children in all the states; provision for farmers as equal partners in our now lopsided economic society; for equality of bargaining power through the organization of workers, the cooperation of farmers, and the information of con- sumers; for the right to work and decent terms and conditions of the working life; for higher levels of social security to lift the levels of human liberty against the hazards of modern society; for intelligent production as a way of abundance and decent consumption as a way of life; and for a more abundant distribution of the good life for all people. For this fairer hope the men and women of this old, yet young, University will do well their day ' s work, hold dearer than their lives the American dream of freedom and democracy in the eternal adventure toward the Kingdom of God. jLaJLO- J oJUuc DR. FRANK P. GRAHAM iKooert USurton, -Mt ouie TO THE CLASS OF 1941: During your four years at Carolina you have seen new important buildings added both to the campus and to the town. Strange, stark, and foreign though they seemed at first, they have gradually absorbed into the pattern of hill, tree, and sky which is characteristic of the beauty of Chapel Hill. During this same time the faculty has increased and the student population has swelled enormously, making more complex the manner of association and of organiza- tion for work and play. But these new elements have absorbed into the tone of informal friendship and democracy which characterizes our living together in the University. And in your under-graduate days forces which have involved individual and insti- tution throughout the world have played their disrupting part, all the more disconcerting as you have increased in perception and sensitivity. But you have maintained yourselves in integrity of brain and character; you have added to and enriched the life of the place. You represent the permanency which dominates conflict and change. You represent a generation as well abreast of its problems as any class ever to graduate. We wish you Godspeed with sincere affection, with high hope, and with sure confidence. Robert B. House rrancii roster vDradikt In September, 1937, with the coming of the class of Forty-one, the University and the country moved into expanding days. The paralyzing depression and fear of 1932 were succeeded by recovery and reform. The shocks of budget cutting, falling enroll- ment, and consolidation had given way to restorations, climbing attendance, new depart- ments such as Art and Physical Education, and developing programs such as the General College and the School of Public Health. You have remained to witness a new crisis abroad and at home. World War, National Defense, booming production, and the third term are its marks in the nation. The Naval R.O.T.C., compulsory physical education for sophomores, juniors and seniors, registration for the draft, and the Latin-American summer school are among its marks on the campus. Whether in calm or crisis, progress or recession, the University has striven to help you while here to develop stable health, an intelligent way of solving problems, and a sensitivity to the external values of truth, justice, and beauty. She welcomes your entry on maturer responsibilities with confidence in your worthiness of citizenship, with good wishes for your enjoyment of life, and with the faith that you will return often to Chapel Hill. The University relies on you ever to cherish her life and defend her freedom to educate without fear and serve without special favors the democratic way of the common wealth and welfare. Francis F. Bradshaw 29 ALLAN WILSON HOBBS Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences 1 CORYDON PERRY SPRUILL Dean of the General College DUDLEY deWITT CARROLL Dean of the School of Commerce SUSAN GREY AKERS Dean of the School of Library Science JOHN GROVER BEARD Dean of the School of Pharmacy WALTER REECE BERRYHILL Dean of the School of Medicine MAURICE TAYLOR VanHECKE Dean of the School of Law WILLIAM WHATLEY PIERSON Dean of the Graduate School SOME FACULTY PERSONALITIES Ernest Mackie Harry K. Russell E. J. Woodhouse Harry Wolf Francis F. Bradshaw James W. Fesler Sherman Smith George Coffin Taylor J. C. Lyons Rex Winslow James T. Dobbins English Bagby " Skipper " Coffin and Morrison Hugh Lefler GOVERNOR J. MELVILLE BROUGHTON CLYDE A. ERWIN A. B. ANDREWS THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES The officers of the Board of Trustees of the Uni- versity of North Carolina are Governor J. Melville Broughton, President ex officio ; Clyde A. Erwin, Superintendent of Public Instruction, member ex officio of the Board; and A. B. Andrews, Secretary of the Board. Led by these men, the Board consists of one hundred members, Miss Annie Moore Cherry, fames Edward Butler, Hayden Clement, Josephus Daniels, Craydon Cornelius Efird, John C. Blucher Ehringhaus, Reuben Oscar Everett, Richard Till- man Fountain, Jones Fuller, James Alexander Gray, Junius Daniel Grimes, Reginald Lee Harris, Robert Eugene Little, Mrs. Lily C. Morehead Mebane, Cameron Morrison, Harriss Newman, Clarence Poe, Julian Hawley Poole, Marvin Lee Ritch, Miss Easdale Shaw, Mrs. May Lovelace Tomlinson, Irvin Burchard Tucker, George Robert Ward, John Kenyon Wilson, Graham Woodard. Alexander Boyd Andrews, Dudley Bagley, Walt- er Dorsey Barbee, Kemp Davis Battle, James Al- bert Bridger, Mrs. Minnie Mclver Brown, Charles Fletcher Cates, Richard Thurman Chatham, Wil- liam Grimes Clark, Arthur Mills Dixon, Rufus Alexander Doughton, Thomas Crawford Hoyle, Jr., Robert Grady Johnson, Andrew Hall Johnston, Charles Andrew Jonas, Kemp Plummer Lewis, Arthur Hill London, Mrs. Gertrude Willis McKee, James Edward Millis, Andrew Lee Monroe, Kemp Battle Nixon, John Johnston Parker, Richard Joshua Reynolds, Miss Leila Styron, Samuel Farris Teague. Samuel Masters Blount, Victor Silas Bryan, John Washington Clark, Mrs. Laura Weill Cone, Henry Groves Connor, Jr., Isaac Peter Davis, John Gilmer Dawson, Carl Thomas Durham, Raymond Rowe Eagle, John Bartlett Fearing, Alonzo Dillard Fogler, George Chancellor Greene, Edwin Clarke Gregory, John Sprunt Hill, Henry Lewis Ingram, Benjamin Kittrell Lassiter, Mrs. Daisy Hanes Las- siter, George Bason Mason, Edwin Pate, James Carlton Pittman, John Benton Stacy, Kenneth Spencer Tanner, Leslie Weil, Francis Donnell Winston. Mrs. Katherine Pendleton Arrington, Herbert Dalton Bateman, Emmett Hargrove Bellamy, Bur- ton Craige, William Eaton Fenner, Oliver Max- Gardner, Harry Percy Grier, Jr., Ira Thomas John- ston, John Hosea Kerr, Mark C. Lassiter, Willie Lee Lumpkin, George Lafayette Lyerly, Lennox Polk McLendon, Henry Burwell Marrow, William Daniel Merritt, Walter Murphy, Charles Benjamin Park, Jr., Haywood Parker, James Turner Prichett, Carl A. Rudisill, George Stephens, Fred Isler Sut- ton, Hoyt Patrick Taylor, John Wesley Umstead, Jr., Charles Whedbee. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Officers 1940-41: Fred I. Sutton, Kinston, President; Lenoir Chambers, Norfolk, Va., First Vice-President; W. A. Dees, Goldsboro, Second Vice-President; George Watts Hill, Durham, Treasurer; Charles W. Tillett, Charlotte, Past President; J. Maryon Saun- ders, Chapel Hill, Executive Secretary. When a student leaves the University of North Carolina his name is put upon the alumni roster, maintained in the Alumni Office in the Carolina Inn at Chapel Hill. Henceforth this name and mailing address become the connecting link between the for- mer student and the University. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION The Alumni Office maintains several complete lists of all former students. First, there is a master alpha- betical file, which is an all-University alumni directory where any former student can be quickly identified or located by reference to his data card. Lists are main- tained also by classes, and geographically, by states, counties, cities, and towns. If, for example, the alumni club of Greensboro or New York wishes to arrange an alumni meeting, its officers secure an up-to-date mailing list for their city from the Alumni Office to issue their LENOIR CHAMBERS ' 14 W. A. DEES 11 invitations. When the Athletic Association wishes to mail football reservation cards to all alumni, it gets the Alumni Office to address envelopes to everyone on its address roster. When a class is arranging for one of its periodic reunions, the address lists maintained in the Alumni Office are available for ready use. FRED I. SUTTON 08 Thus it is that one ' s correct address, main- tained in the files of the Alumni Office, con- stitutes a constant and continuing tie between alumni and the University and between alumni and each other. Records of some 25,000 living former students thus are kept. Left to Right: GEORGE GORDON BATTLE, PRESIDENT GRAHAM, AND DR. RONDTHALER 56 The Alumni Association sponsors and assists with class reunions, local club meetings, and such public occasions as Commencement, Homecoming, and Uni- versity Day. The Alumni Office carries on corres- pondence with thousands of alumni, receiving re- quests for assistance ranging from personal inquiries to projects concerning the entire University. Membership in the Alumni Association is limited to those alumni who pay annual dues. Members receive gratis the Association ' s monthly magazine, The Alumni Review, and through its columns are enabled to keep up with the affairs on the campus, in the University, and in the big alumni family. Members also are the only alumni entitled to vote in the annual elections of the Association. General in its service to the University and per- sonal in its relationship to former students, the Alumni Association constantly fosters a program en- deavoring to link the Past with the Present for the Future of Alma Mater. + GEORGE WATTS HILL 22 CHARLES W. TILLETT ' 09 J. MARYON SAUNDERS ' 25 k d - » - (F j ■BQT FT »■ . " j m f , STUDENT GOVERNMENT Student government at Carolina has by its rapid advance and development established it- self not only as a student organization, but also as an institution. This institution, made to func- tion successfully by the cooperation and interest of every student, is a powerful and effective form of democratic government. This form of student democracy has not al- ways existed at Carolina. It is, rather, the result of the efforts of an energetic student body plus the help of a cooperative faculty. Our govern- ment here at Carolina has thus risen from the students, themselves; today it takes its place among the most progressive in the nation. The judicial and executive powers and duties of student government are in the hands of the DAVE MORRISON Student Council. This body, elected by the students at large, formerly exercised legislative powers as well. Two years ago, however, that power was vested in a newly created organization known as the Student Legisla- ture. The two groups, the most important units of student gov- ernment, are assisted by a num- ber of other organizations, notably the four class honor councils, the Interdormitory and Interfraternity Councils, and the Publications Union Board. The term " governmental " should not be confused or mis- interpreted. The students at the University are not actually " governed " as the term would GATES KIMBALL BILL SHUFORD STUDENT COUNCIL DEES GAYLORD HEWITT HOBBS KIZER MARTIN McKEEVER WHITLEY immediately imply. They have but two re- quirements to meet. First, a student is on his honor not to lie, cheat, or steal — a simple rule which necessarily puts every student on his personal honor and in part explains our Honor System. Second, a student is asked to conduct himself at all times as a gentle- man. It is under these two general statements that Carolina students find the freedom every collegiate student body seeks. All breaches of the Honor System and of the Campus Code are handled by the Student Council. This group strives in every way to be constructively corrective rather than puni- tive. It is the desired objective of the coun- cil to guide the students to a higher concept of honor, to further interest in student gov- ernment, and to give every student the privi- lege of taking part in a genuinely democratic program. JANE McMASTERS The officers of the Woman ' s Association are: Jane McMaster, President; Ann Williams, Vice-President; Sara Sawyer, Secretary; and Mary Velna Winslow, Treasurer. Mrs. M. H. Stacy, the Dean of Women, acts as adviser to the organization. THE WOMAN ' S ASSOCIATION The Woman ' s Association, an organization which in- cludes every woman student enrolled at the University, is the governing body of the women students. The Association was organized in 1917 " to enable the women students to keep in closer touch with one another, to create a spirit of loyalty to the college, and to further the interests of women students at the University. " Its specific purpose has become two-fold: to provide self- government for the women students, and to promote women ' s activities on the campus. A general meeting of the Women ' s Student Body is held at least once a quarter at which any student has a right to put before the Association any proposal which she feels might be of interest to the women students. Through legislation in this body policies are formed and women ' s activities are promoted. The Woman ' s Council, the executive body, has judi- cial and quasi-legislative powers. It has jurisdiction in all matters pertaining to the Honor System, the Campus Code, and social regulations for women. The Council attempts to put the individual first always, realizing the rehabilitation of the individual is of prime importance ANNE WILLIAMS MARY VELNA WINSLOW to the welfare of the entire group of women students, and to the student body as a whole. The Council is composed of 12 representatives: the four officers of the Woman ' s Association, the House- President of each of the dormitories, a Graduate Repre- sentative elected at large, the President of the Town Women Students, and the Junior Representative. The Woman ' s Association promotes women ' s activities in comprising the Athletic Association, the Y.M.C.A., the Interdormitory Council, and The Valkyries. It contributes to the campus social calendar in providing the annual May Day pageant, alumnae Homecoming program, and the Woman ' s Association Dance. This is the first year of the Interdormitory Council, an honorary service organization which fosters better inter- and intra-dormtory relations. It aids in the orienta- tion of new students and serves them as a guidance, advisory group throughout the year. There are three national women ' s fraternities: Alpha Delta Pi, Chi Omega, and Pi Beta Phi. Each has its own residence home. The Woman ' s Pan Hellenic Council, composed of representatives of the fraternities, governs and regulates their activities. The Valkyries, a local honorary fraternity, fosters high ideals and standards by recognizing women excelling in leadership, scholarship, and character. Since the admission of a few women students into the graduate school in 1897, the enrollment has grown so that now women are admitted into all fields of scholar- ship. Their widespread interests range from the realm of the fine arts to politics, from social life and participa- tion in campus activities to distinguished scholastic work and professions. With a membership of over six hundred women the Woman ' s Association is growing year by year. Entering wholeheartedly into the life at the University which they have done much to create, the women realize that Caro- lina expects of each woman student something positive and creative in preserving and adding to her traditions. )jck Row: Yeatman, Clinard, Guill, Robertson, Caldwell, Wolf, Parker. Front Row: Sawyer, McMasters, Williams, Winslow. 43 STUDENT LEGISLATURE Officers: Bill Cochrane, Speaker; Johnny French, Parliamentarian; Ridley Whitaker, Reading Clerk; George Hayes, Sergeant-At- Arms. The Student Legislature rounds out its first year under the new constitution adopted for it by the student body in the spring of 1940. The broad powers granted to it were exercised to their fullest extent during the fall quarter, when a vigorous campaign by campus leaders to solve the perennial humor magazine prob- lem culminated in legislative abolition of the Carolina Buccaneer. Six weeks later Tar an ' Feathers was born, and began its career under a charter which dedicated the new publication to clean humor. Overshadowed perhaps by the agitation about the Buccaneer question, but of major signifi- cance as an unprecedented attempt to organize and ascertain student opinion on recurring cam- pus problems, was the Campus Organization Bill, sponsored in its passage through the legis- lature by a special committee of student leaders. Less sensational from the standpoint of Tar Heel headlines, and less fun for the lawmakers, were the numerous finance bills passed by the legislature, as it exercised its new function of mandatory review over the budgets of all cam- pus-wide fee-collecting organizations. As a new departure in student government, however, budget review proved its value as a means of more complete student supervision over fees collected and funds appropriated. The judicious exercise of its plenary powers during its three years of existence indicates that the legislature, as the modern counterpart of the ancient Di-Phi society system of student government, is well on its way toward becom- ing traditional. BILL COCHRANE Aderholt, Belk, Bishop, Briggs, Britt, Clampitt. Clinard, Duke. Dunn, Finkle, Gennett, Goodman, Hackney. Hambright, Hand. Harward, Hayes, Heard, Hodges, Hubbard. Hughes, Jennings. Lankford, Lea- ger, Lewis, Mengel, Merrill, Moore, Parxer, Penick, Saunders, Savarese. Sides, B. Smith. W. J. Smith, Stie- FELMEYER, STROWD, TAYLOR, TlLLETT, TORY, WALL, WARD, WEBSTER. Committee Members: Belk, Albert Stewart, Judy Duke, Ed Penick. Ways and Means: Terry Sanford, Chair- man, Martha Clampitt, Sam Leager, Mitchell Britt, W. J. Smith. Finance: Jack Garland, Chairman, Harry Rules: Sam Leager, Chairman, Ben Tillett, Bill Croom, Bill Ward, Wilson Lewis. Elections: Bucky Harward, Chairman, Roy Strowd, Mary Emily Parker, Pat Winston. 45 TERRY SAN FORD JAMES GARLAND JOHN FRENCH RIDLEY WHITTAKER STUDENT LEGISLATURE Members of the Student Legislature of the University of North Carolina: Sophomore Representatives: Bucky Harward, Howard Hodges, W. J. Smith; Junior Representatives: Ridley Whitaker, Bill Croom, Ferebee Taylor; Senior Representatives: Al Hughes, Jack Garland, Johnny French; Freshmen Representatives: John Hackney, Terrell Webster, Ray Goodman; Don Bishop, Editor of the Tar Heel; Andy Gennett, P. U. Board Rep- resentative; Interdormitory Council Representatives: Al Stewart, George Hayes, Piggie Briggs, Harry Belk, Terry Sanford, Ben Tillett, Bill Wall, Aubrey Moore, Coleman Finkel, Red Sand- ers, Charlie Savarese, Roy Parker, Bill Lankford, Elwood Dunn; Interfraternity Council Rep- resentatives: Billy Hand, Byrd Merrill, Jim Hambright, Don Torrey, Ed Penick; Sam Leager, Law School Representative; Marcus Aderholt, Medical School Representative; Wilson Lewis. Pharmacy School Representative; Martha Clampitt, Women ' s Association Representative; Women ' s Dormitory Representatives: Grace Rutledge, Louise Steifelmeyer, Rachel Sides, Mary Emily Parker; Judy Duke, Pan-Hellenic Council Representative; Hal Jennings, Vice- President Athletic Council; Town Representatives: Roy Stroud, Warren Mengel, Mitchell Britt, Ed Hubbard, Bill Smith, and Pat Winston; Bill Ward, Debate Council Representative. 46 IN MEMORIAM JOHN HINTON PAGE November 12, 1921 -January 25, 1941 4 ? tVfk ' RANDOM SCENES F CLASS LIFE HERBERT HARDY STEVE FORREST DON BAKER STACY CROCKETT LOUIS GAYLORD SENIOR CLASS HONOR COUNCIL Left To Right: Siewers, Williams, Gaylord, Woodhouse, Wall, Broadfoot, Idol. OFFICERS Herbert Hardy, President; Donald Baker, Vice-President; Stacy Crockett, Secretary; Stephen Forrest, Treasurer; and Louis Gay- lord, Student Council Representative. HONOR COUNCIL Christian Siewers, Kenan Williams, Louis Gaylord, Noel Woodhouse, William Wall, Winston Broadfoot, and Charles Idol. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Kenan Williams, Chairman; Members: Walter Sheffield, William Conley, Walter Hargroves, George Frisby, Joseph Neely, Gene Witten, David Sessoms, William Smith, Perrin Quarles, Oliver Ranson, Rod- ney Snow, Hargrove Bowles, Lawrence Tom- linson, Harry Winkler, Henly O g b u r n , Robert Neuman, James McAden, " Thomas Edwards, Pickett Hamlin, Anne Williams, Jane Moody, Grace Rutledge, Marjorie John- son, Reddy Grubbs, Rufus Brown, Roqer Grant, Shelton Dugger, Edwin Hubbard, James Howard, Joseph Welborn, Malcomb McNaughton, Isaac Grainger, Bonner Thomason, Joseph Zaytoun, Albert Jossel- son, Collins Dawson, William Allen, and Noel Woodhouse. DANCE COMMITTEE Hugh Byrd, Aubrey Moore, Ed McGoogan, Sidney Saydoff, Charles Barrett, Allen Wills, Elwood Dunn, Hughes Roberts, John Mc- Cormick, Frank Reynolds, Mike Bobbitt, and Luther Hodges. SENIOR WEEK COMMITTEE Carroll McGaughey, Chairman; Members: Maxine Beeston, William Hand, Paul Mc- Ginty, Edgar Taylor, Sol Fligel, Thomas Nash, Benjamine Tillett, Benjamine Heath, Muriel Neville, and Edmund Erickson. Ring Committee: William Wall, Chair- man. Senior Regalia Committee: Charles Barker, Chairman. Caps and Gowns Committee: Coleman Finkel and Allen Grimes, Co-Chairmen. Gift Committee: Archie Mcintosh, Chairman. University Dance Committee Repre- sentative: Jack Towell. First Row: Ranson. Moody, Rutledge. Crockett, Johnson. Williams. A., Hamlin. Zaytoun, Manfr Hardy ' " ' ' ' ' ' WlLLIAMS ' K - Hargrove, Sheffield, Sessons, D., Smith, Josselson. Howard, Wflboin. Conley " Bak ' er ' F ° RFST ' WhITTEN ' Gra,nger ' Dawson, C, McNaughton, Ogburn. Brown. R., Woodhouse, v, First Row Second Row Third Row Norman McKee Agnew, Jr. Colton Calvin Allen Harold Lindsay Amoss, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Middlesey, N. C. Greenwich, Conn. A 2 II A Candidate for B.S. Degree. A Candidate for B.S. Degree. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Gimghoul (3. 4); Football (1, 2, 3); Track (1, 2). Ben Warren Aiken William Allen Claywell Mitchell Anderson Creedmoor, N. C. Wilmington, N. C. Statesville, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree: Interdormi- tory Council (4); Monogram Club; Candidate for B.S. Degree Magazine (2. 3), Bus. Mgr. ; Carolina (4): Class Candidate for B.S. Degree; Interdor- mitory Council (4); Football (1, 2. 3); sketball Manager (2, Executive Committee (4); Student Ad- visory Committee (4) ; University Club (3): Class. Dance Committee (2. 3). Sydenham Benoni Alexander Charlotte, N. C. A K E A E A Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Ex- ecutive Committee (1); Class Honor Council (I): Class Officer (2): Sheiks; Student Legislature (2); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2, 3). Pres. id. Oliver Holt Allen Reidsville, N. C. B K Candidate for B.S. Degree; Interdormi- torv Council (3); Cross Country (2, 3. 4); Track (1, 2. 3. 4); Town Boys Club. Margaret Cornell Arnold Fort Bragg, N. C. IT B A K T Paul Alford Raleigh, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; ( ' las- Exec- utive Committee ft); Di Senate (2, " 1. 4): Town Boys ' Club ( n. William James Allran, Jr. Cherryville, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree: Band (3). Roy Douglas Asch Long Island, N. Y. Candidate for A.B. Degree: Interdor- mitory Council (4): Phi Assembly (1): Basketball (4) ; Y.M.C.A. U. 2, 3, n : I.R.C. (3); Young Republicans Cluh seniOR class tk A .A 54 senioR class First Row James Harold Austin Charlotte, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree (1. 2, 3, 4) : Basketball (1, ball (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. (II. Second Row James Ruthn Bailey Raleigh, N. C. II K A Candidate for A.B. Degree; Interdor- mitorv Council (2) ; Interfraternity (3); Cross Country 11. 21; Y.M.C.A Third Row Charles Thomas Barker New Bern, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree: Bucca- neer (2. 3) ; Class Dance Committee (3) ; Interdormitory Council (4) ; Phi Assembly; Y.M.C.A.: Sound and Fury (3. 4). Josephine Austin Hatteras, N. C. Donald Charles Baker Westbury, N. C. :; x Candidate for A.B. Degree: Class Ex ecutive Committee (2, 3, t): Class Of- ficer (1): Interdormitory Council (4); Monogram Club; Football (1, 2, 3. 4); Track (1. 2. :i. n. Charles F. Barrett Raleigh, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Hon- or Council (3): Daily Tar Heel. Man- aging Editor (i) ; Interdormitory Council (3, 4). Ransom Hinton Austin Raleigh, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Daily Ta Heel (1). Horace Mitchell Baker Lumberton, N. C. d ' r A Candidate for A.B. Degree. Martin C. Barringer Mt. Pleasant, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Joseph Wood row Baggett Harry Cline Ballard Clark Bartlett Lillington, N. C. Nashville, N. C. Jacksonville, Fla. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Candidate for B.S. Degree. 2 A E Candidate for B.S. Degree; German Club Executive (1); Gorgon ' s Head; Boxing (I, 3). seniOR class Phoebe Elizabeth Bashore Schuylkill Haven, Pa. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Y.W.C.A (4). Anne Caswell Bates Shelbyville, Tenn. X ! Candidate for A.B. Degree; Carolina Magazine (8); (Mee Club (3. 4) : Yack- Britton Ferebee Beasley Fountain, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Daily Heel (1): German Club Executive Y.M.C.A. Maxine Claire Beeston Greensboro, N. C. Candidate for A.B. 1) greet Interdo mitoiy Council (4); University Club. Julius Berger Wilmington, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Daily Tat Heel (1); Pbi Assembly (4); N. C. Club; Class Executive Committee (4i. Debate Council. Harry R. Billica Muncie, Indiana :k I I! K Yackety Yack (1. 2, 3); Y.M.C.A. (1). Mary Burnham Bason Chapel Hill, N. C. a An Candidate for A.B. Degree; Carolina Magazine (4); Di Senate (3); Glee Club (.1); Y.W.C.A. (4); Sound and Fury (8); Pan Hellenic (4). Charles Hoomes Beale, Jr. Hague, Va. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Jack Bedea South Orange, N. J. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Tennis Harry Logan Belk Asheville, N. C. Martin Berger Hewlett, New York Candidate for U.S. Degree. Donald Edwin Bishop New Bern, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Hon- or Council (2); Daily Tar Heel (1, 2. 3). Editor (4); Golden Fleece; Grail; Publications Union Board, Treasurer Ci); Student Legislature (4); Univer- sity Club (3). 56 seniOR class Thomas Ruthn Bledsoe Greensboro, N. C. Ben Candidate for B.S. Degree. Daniel Thomas Blue Laurinburg, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Stanley Blum Maurice Eugene Bobbitt Elizabeth, N. J. Greensboro, N. C. b k ht: I K i Candidate for B.S. Degree. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Monogram Club; University Dance Committee (4); Baseball (I, I) ; Boxing (3, 4); Foot- ball (1, 2. 3, 1); Y.M.C.A. (2, 3. 4) . Hermann Joseph Boemanns William B. Boles Wilmington, N. C. Carolina Beach, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Fencing (1, 2) ; Y.M.C.A. (2, 3) ; Town Boys ' Club (3). Candidate for B.S. Degree; Sound and Fury (3, 4). Norman Marshall Bolick Conover, N. C. ■J K 2 Candidate for B.S. Degree. Floyd Patton Bost Shelby, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. William Gayle Borders Upper Marlboro, Maryland Thelma Mae Brammer Bassett, Virginia Candidate for A.B. Degree; Phi As- sembly (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Sound and Fury (3, 4): I.R.C. (3, 4). Hargrove Bowles, Jr. Greensboro, N. C. B 9 JI A n Candidate for A.B. Degree; Buccaneer (2, 3) ; Class Executive Committee (1, 2, 3, 4); Class Honor Council (1. 2. 3, 4); Class Officer (2); Student Legislature (2) ; Chairman Freshman Dance Committee; Commencement Marshal (3) ; Board Directors Graham Memorial (2); Tar ami Feathers (4). Francis Arnold Brandon Carrboro, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. 57 All seniOR class Julian Thweatt Brantley Greensboro, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Monogrc Club: Football (1. 2, 3). Boyce Albert Brawley Mooresville, N. C. indidate for A.B. Degree: Daily Tar eel (3); Intel-fraternity Council (4). James Shober Brawley Mary Louise Breazeale Salisbury, N. C. Greenville, S. C. AKE A All Candidate for A.B. Degree: Gimgboul. Candidate for B.S. Degree: Sound and Fury (3, I). Ray Harris Bridgers William Gillies Broadfoot. Jr. Wilmington, N. C. Wilmington, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Monogram 1 A E Club (3. 4). Candidate for A.B. Degree: Interdor- mitory Council (8); Interfraternity Council (4); Monogram Club: Phi As- sembly (1. 2): Student Entertainment Committee (3, 4); Student Legislature (2); University Club; Lacrosse (1, 2, 3, 4): Wrestling (1, 2, :i. 4); Vacketv V, ck (1. 2. 3. 4i; V.M.C.A. u. 2. ;i, n. Winston Broadfoot Eleanore Month Brown Wilmington, N. C. Asheville, N. C. 2 AE Candidate for A.B. Degree. C andidate for A.B. Degree. Elizabeth Brown Raleigh, N. C. A A II Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Helen Rogers Brown Leicester, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. cuti litte Pinckney Rufus Brown Atlanta, Ga. Candidate for B.S. Degree: Class Ex- ecutive Committee (3, 4) : Interfrater- nity Council (3); University Club. Robert Emmett Brown Charlotte, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree: Band (1. 2, 3. 41 : Buccaneer (3): V.M.C.A. (2. 4); University Orchestra (I, 2. s), Secre- tary-Treasurer (4). ' seniOR class Seymour Brown Goldsboro, N. C. T E Candidate for B.S. Degree; Cross Coun- try. Manager (4). Benjamin Howard Browning Littleton, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Monogram Club; Baseball (3). Pattye Rachel Bryant Chatham, Va. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Phi sembly (8); V.W.C.A. (3, H; Woma Athletic Association (3). Benjamin Oliver Burns Fairmont, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Phi sembly (2) : V.M.C.A. (l. 2). Barbara Florence Burroughs Hoboken, N. J. A A II Candidate for A.B. Degree. Ottway Bernard Burton Milton, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class Ex- ecutive Committee (3. 4); Class Officer (8, D; Interdormitory Council (3, 4); Phi Assembly (2, 3. 4): Universitj Club; V.M.C.A. (1. 2. 8, I). Thurston Cross Brown Charlestown, R. I. A Candidate for A.B. Degree. William Wallace Bruner Columbia, S. C. s n b k bt: Candidate for B.S. Degree; Daily Tai Heel (1. 2. 3), Bus. Mgr. (4); Grail; Interfraternity Council: 13 Club: Uni- versity Club. Mary Anne Buchan Henderson, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degi William Thomas Burns Aberdeen, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Marjorie Lovelace Burrus Canton, N. C. XO Hugh DeWitt Byrd Mount Olive, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. May Hampton Caldwell Chape! Hill, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Second R iw Ladye Barnard Carpenter Rolling Fork, Miss. X Si Candidate for B.S. Degree; Y.W.C.A. (3. 4); ' Woman ' s Athletic Association (8). Virginia Dare Cates Raleigh, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Buccaneer (8); Phi Assembly (3); V.uketv Yack ! : Flying Club CI. 4); Woman ' s Ath- letic Council 1:11. Lester Lawrence Callan, Jr. New York, N. Y. b r z Candidate for B.S. Degree; Interdor- mitory Council (4). Derewa Star Carroll Fayetteville, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Frances Cauble Mt. Pleasant, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Philip Rahm Carlton Greensboro, N. C. A K E Candidate for B.S. Degree; Di Senate (2. 3); Track (1. 2. 3 1; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2. 3. 1). Alexander Henry Carver, |r. Wynnewood, Pennsylvania I A e Candidate for A.B. Degree; Boxing (4); Football (1, 2); Tennis (1. 2. 3. -I). Fred A. Cazel, Jr. Asheville, N. C. BK Candidate fur A.B. Digree; Daily Tai Heel (1. 2, 3, 4); Plii Assembly (1); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2. 3. 1). Spencer Carlyle Hendersonville, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degre Hugh Cash, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Hallie Chandler Sumter, S. C. A A n Candidate for A.B. Degree; Daily Tai Heel (3); Di Senate (3. ii; Glee Club :3. t): VuKiiy Yack (8); Y.W.C.A. seniOR clrss 60 semoR class Robert Chapman Red Springs, N. C. Candidate fur B.S. Degree. Second Bow Martha Bryan Clampitt St. Petersburg, Fla. a ait Candidate for A.B. Degree: Buccaneel (3); Daily Tar Heel n : Student Legislature CD: Swimming in: Y.W. C.A. (I. Treasurer); Sound and Fury (1). Third Bow Robert Cohn Winston-Salem, N. C. Candidate for U.S. Degr (1, Everette Charles Winston-Salem, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree: Hand (1. 2. 3, 1). Mary Alan Clinard High Point, N. C. A A 11 A K r Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Hon- or Council Ml; Student Legislature ui; University Club. Charles Lindsay Colby Asheville, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Bu (2. 3); Carolina Magazine (1). Russell Drewry Cherry Draper, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Willis Edwin Cobb, Jr. Pinetops, N. C. K I James Rountree Collett Morganton, N. C. nen Candidate for A.B. Degree. Wade Thomas Choate Sparta, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Joseph Robert Cohen New York, N. Y. A E II William Tate Conley Marion, N. C. II K A A V. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class Ex ecutive Committee (2. 3. t) ; Interfra ternitv Council (I); University Club: Yackety Vack (1, 2). PAUL SEVERIN MARY ALAX CLIXARD CHARLIE BARRETT ADRIAN SPIES JANE McMASTERS BILL SHUFORD " SENIOR PERSONALITIES SID SADOFF HERBERT HARDY SID ALEXANDER i 5T " Ibm x ■ ■l t i Jeannie Connell Fairmont, W. Va. Robert Harward Council Raleigh, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; ( la- ecutive Committee (4). Third Row Mary Stacy Crockett Bluefield, Va. ii b$ is r Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class Ex- ecutive Committee (8); Class Officer (4); Y.W.r.A. i ii. George Marion Cooper, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Buccaneer (li: Wrestling (I, 2). Manager (8); Ya m iv Yack in. William Riddick Cowper. Gatesville, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Mo Club; Swimming (3). In in Dewey Crouse Thomasville, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. John R. Cooper Herbert Walton Cox John William Curtis New Haven, Conn. Clarkton.N. C. Liberty, N. C. X $ Candidate for A.B. Degree. ■I ' K i: Candidate for U.S. Degree; University Club. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Edward Augustus Council Robert Ferree Carver Mary Jane Damn Morehead City, N. C. High Point, N. C. Gerrardstown, W. Va. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Band. i r_i Candidate for B.S. Degree. Candidate for A.B. Degree. senioR class Ai +L 1 . . foM seniOR class First Bow Caroline Lardon Dalton Lexington, Mass. A An See I Bow James Henry Darden Farmville, N. C. j r a Candidate for A.B. Degree. Third Bow Marjorie Hayward Davis Binghamton, N. Y. n b Candidate for A.B. Degree; Glee Club 1:1, I). Masten Rufus Dalton Winston-Salem, N. C. K William Moye Darden Annapolis, Md. Z A E Collins Taylor Dawson Jamaica, N. Y. C lidate for B.S. Degree: Monogram Candidate for A.B. Degree: Lacrosse Candidate for B.S. Degree: Class Ex- Club: Football Manager (1. 2. 8, I). (3. 4) ; Swimming (4). endive Committee (4): Y.M.C.A. (1). Edgar S. W. Dameron Burlington, N. C. Bill T. Davenport Charlotte, N. C. AT!! Candidate for B.S. Degree: German Club Executive: Phi Assembly (1); Sheiks: Yackety Yack (1); Y.M.C.A. (I): Flying Club. George Robert Dawson Jamaica, N. Y. 2 X Candidate for A.B. Degree: Cross Country (1). Gertrude Person Darden Annapolis, Maryland A A II Candidate for A.B. Degree: Di Senate (3. I); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). Edward Palmer Davis, Jr. Dunn, N. C. Z Franks E. Deaver River Edge, N. J. A2n Candidate for B.S. Degree: Baseball (4). senioR class William Archie Dees, Ji Frank D ' Elia Goldsboro, N. C. Bridgeport, Conn. 2 N Candidate for A.B. Degree. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Hon or Council (1. 2); German Club Ex ecutive (4): Golden Fleece; Grail; Student Council (2, 3, 4). Daniel Bosko Desich Harry Tillinghast Dewey St. Lorain, Ohio Chapel Hill, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Buccaneci (1) ; Phi Assembly (1). George Elting Deyo Randolph McLeod Dick Fairfield, Conn. Sumter, S. C. TA A Candidate for B.S. Degree; (1. 2. 3). President (4); Phi (1); Yackety Yack (1, 2). Glee Cluli Assembly Candidate for A.B. Degree: Gimghoul (3. 4); Baseball (1): Football u. 2. 3); Track (2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2. 3). Meta Lois Diffenderfer Betty Eaton Dixon Pensacola, Fla. Atlanta, Ga. Candidate for A.B. Degree. xa Candidate for A.B. Degree; Glee Club Ml. Christine Marie Dobbins Dorothy Rebecca Drake Chapel Hill, N. C. Atlanta, Ga. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Student Council (3); Student Legislature (3); V.W.C.A. (41; Town Girls ' Associa- tion. President (3). Candidate for A.B. Degree. Shelton Dugger Judy Duke Vilas, N. C. Springfield, Missouri Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Ex- ecutive Committee (3. 4) ; Di Senati (1. 2); Interdormitory Council (3); Student Legislature (3): Lacrosse (2. :i. 4i : Wrestling (2). 11 B I Candidate for A.B. Degree; Pan Hel lenic Council. . 66 seniOR ciflss Jean Goddin Duncan Forest City, N. C. Candidate fur A.B. Degree. Louis Justus Dupree Kinston, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Radio Club (1, 2); Gymnastic Team (2, 3. 4): Wrestling (2). Maurice Niles Edwards Goldsboro, N. C. Z B T Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class Ex- ecutive Committee (2); Interfraternity ( niiii.il Mi ; Haymakers (1); Uni versity Club (8); Wig and Mask (1). Fred Kingsley Elder, Jr. Montreat, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2. 3, 4). Elinor Olive Elliott Brooklyn, N. Y. II B A $ A Candidate for A.B. Degree; Daily Tar Heel; Di Senate; V.W.C.A.; Yacketv Vack (3, 4). Martha Jean Emery Charlotte, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degre Elwood McDonald Dunn, Jr. New Bern, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Interdor mitory Council (2, 3, 4); Student Leg islature (4); Senior Dance Committee (4). Frances Louise Dyckman Short Hills, N. J. a An Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Ex ecutiye Committee (3) ; Sound and Fury (3, 4). Thomas C. Edwards, Jr. Bronxville, N. Y. 2 X B K Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Ex ecutiye Committee (4); Interfraternity Council (4); University Club; Baseball (1); Swimming (2); Y.M.C.A. (1, 4). Edgar Worth Ellington, Jr. Chapel Hill, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Town Boys ' Club (3, 4). Bruce A. Elmore Bryson City, N. C. X Candidate for A.B. Degree; Boxing (4); Young Democrats Club (4). |une Rose Epstein Savannah, Ga. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Interna tional Relations Club (3, 4). senioR class Edmund Eugene Erickson Oak Park, 111. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Student Entertainment Committee; University Dance Committee (3, 4). Paul Hayes Etheridge, Jr. Kenly, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Wrestling (1); Photography Club (I); Radio Club Elaine Palmer Ewald Baltimore, Md. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Robert Arthur Farris Wilson, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Interdor mitorv Council (3); Monogram Club; Tin Assembly (1, 2. 3. 4); Boxing (1. 2. 3, t); Track (»); V.M.C.A. (1, 2. 3, 4); Class Dance Committee (3). Francis Fatell Bronx, N. Y. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Band (2. 3, 1) ; Orchestra (2, 4). Joan Clinard Finch Lexington, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Buccaneer (1); Y.M.C ' .A. (2); Town Boys ' Club (1, 2). Elenore Marie Erickson Waxhaw, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Play makers (3, 4) ; Yackety Yack (3, 4) : Sound and Fury (3, 4). Sally Anna Evans Bluefield. W. Va. II B Candidate for A.B. Deg Woodrow Wilson Exum Snow Hill, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. William Clayton Farris, Jr. East Orange, N. J. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Fencing (1. 2. 3, 4); Lacrosse (2, 3. 1); Y.M. C.A. (1, 2, 3. 4). Lawrence Ferling Bronxville, N. Y. K 2 Candidate for A.B. Degree; Buccaneei (1. 2. 3); Carolina Magazine 13. I) I Daily Tar Heel (1, 2. 3. 4) ; Sheika. John William Finch, Jr. Stantonsburg, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree: Fencing (1, 2, 3). Captain (4); Y.M.C.A. (1). 68 seniOR class Coleman Lee Finkel Baltimore, Md. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Glee Club (1, 2) ; Interdormitory Council (2. 3, 4); Playmakers (1): Boxing (1); La crosse (1. 2, 3), Captain (4). Charlotte Fitz Seattle, Washington Candidate for A.B. Degree; Carolina Political Union (3, 4) ; Y.W.C.A. Bernard Joseph Flatow Far Rockaway, N. Y. Ann Hall Flowe Concord, N. C. A All Candidate for A.B. Degree. Sarah Foushee Fore Chapel Hill, N. C. Porter Lee Fortune, Jr. Old Fort, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Di Senate (1, 2); Track (1). Kenneth James Fishbach Brooklyn, N. Y. Candidate for A.B. Degree; mitory Council (3). Robert Banks Fitzgerald Pelham, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Basketball Sol Sidney Fligel Charlotte, N. C. BK BT2 Candidate for B.S. Degree; Interfra ternity Council (3). Diana Harrison Foote Chapel Hill, N. C. A A II (3). Stephen Taylor Forrest Winston-Salem, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class Ex ecutive Committee (1, 2, 3, 4); Class Officer, Secretary (3). Treasurer (4): Interdormitory Council (3, 4) ; Mono- gram Club (2, 3, 4) ; Student Legisla ture (3); University Club; Wrestling (1, 2. 3, 4); Commencement Marshal. Arthur James Foster Statesville, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Interdor- mitory Council ( 4); Y.M.C.A. (2. 3. n. 69 First Fow Second Fow Third Bow Robert Gilmer Foster Laurence Wilson Futch Jean Dorothy Gardner Winston-Salem, N. C. Burgaw, N. C. Staten Island, N. Y. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Candidate for A.B. Degree makers (3). John Eugene French Chapel Hill, N. C. i A8 Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Hon- or Council (3); Monogram Club; Stu- dent Legislature H: Cross Country (1, 2, 4); Track (1, 2, 3, 4). George Rohatsch Frisby Elizabeth City, N. C. K Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Ex ecutive Committee (3, 4); Interdor- mitorv Council (3). George Henry Gammans Newport, R. I. Candidate for B.S. Degree. David Foulke Gardiner Bryn Mawr, Pa. X James Boyce Garland Gastonia, N. C. Ben Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class Ex- ecutive Committee (2); ( ' [ass Officer (I): Daily Tar Heel (1. 2): German Club Executive (4); Student Legisla lure (4); University Club; University Dance Committee (I): Y.M.C.A. (1. 2, 3). Pom Stanley Garrison Ashevilie, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Mary Marshall Frye Ashevilie, N. C. Bunk Gardner, III. Mayfieid, Ky. 2 X Candidate for A.B. Degree; Glee Club (1): Track (1). Weller Kays Gary Fallston. N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Glee Club (H: Interdormitory Council (4). semoR-cLHss 70 senioR class First Row Andrew Gennett, Jr. Asheville, N. C. (audi. late fur B.S. Degree; Daily Tai Heel (l. 2. 3); Monogram Club (2. 3. I): 1 ' ublicatinns Inion Board Ml; Sheiks; Student Legislature (I); Box- ing (l. 2. :t. n. Vivian Sarratt Gillespie Fort Bragg, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Daily Ta Heel -1. 2); Y.W.C.A. (1. 2): Soun and Fury i ;. 2 ' . ThirdRow Ruth Jean Golbey Brooklyn, N. Y. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Paul Harding DeWitt Gerhardt St. Vinita, Oklahoma Candidate for B.S. Degree; Band (1, William Lee Gilliam, Jr. Richmond, Va. (andidate for A.B. Degree; Daily Tai Heel (1. 2); Phi Assembly (1. 2); 1 l. .; Young Republicans Clul: J :; Babs Lois Goodrich Chapel Hill, N. C. xa Candidate for A.B. Degree: Cdee Club (II: Phi Assembly (3); Y.W.C.A. (1.2. 3. Ii ; Flying Club; Pan-Hellenic Asso- ciation. Frances Gertrude Gibson Tallahassee, Fla. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Ej ecutive Committee (3); Glee Club (3) Phi Assembly (3); Playmakers (3, ii University Club (4); Tennis (3) Yackety Yack (3. 1): Y.W.C.A. (3. n Sound and Fury (3. II. Frank Monroe Givan Charlotte, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Junius John Goodwin Lumberton, N. C. Candidate tor B.S. Degree. Joseph Emmett Giddings Mount Olive, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Grover Cleveland Godwin, Jr. Roanoke, Va. II K A Candidate for B.S. Degree. Elizabeth Byrd Gordon South Hill, Va. Candidate for A.B. Degree. JIM LALANNE JULIA McCONNELL IKE GRAINGER BILL BRUNER SENIOR PERSONALITIES ANDY GENNETT DAVE MORRISON DON BISHOP GATES KIMBALL CARROLL McGAUGHEY BILL DEES BILL JOSLYN First Row Isaac Bates Grainger Wilmington, N. C. 2AE Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Ex eeutive Committee (3. 4) : German Club Executive (3, 4): Gimghoul; Interdor- mitory Council (3); Sheiks; Student Legislature (3): University Dance Com- mittee (3, 4); Baseball (1); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2. 3, 4); Sound and Fury (3. 4). Roger Alpine Grant, Jr. Asheville.N. C. Ben Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class Exec- utive Committee (1). Second Row Irwin Greenbaum Far Rockaway, L. I., N. Y. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Louis Henry Greenburg Louisburg, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Third Row John Charles Grier Gastonia, N. C. A Tf Candidate for B.S. Degree: Phi Assem- bly (1); Vai ' ketv Yack il): Y.M.C.A. (1. 2). Alan Pendleton Grimes Staten Island, N. Y. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Buccaneer (li; Class Executive Committee (3.4): Interdormitory Council (3); Plavma- kers (1). James Alexander Gray, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. 2 A E BK Candidate for A.B. Dtgree; Amphoter othen: Carolina Political Union (1. 2 3, 4); Class Executive Committee (3) Class Honor Council (3 1; Gimghoul Sheiks; Manager Freshmen football and varsity football in. Smilie Alexander Gregg, Jr. Laurinburg, N. C. K 2 Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class Exec- utive Committee (2): Sheiks; Football (1. 2) ; Wrestling (1). Julius Alfred Grisette Valdese, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. William Wills Green, Jr. Tarboro, N. C. AKE Candidate for A.B. Degree. William Carrington Gretter, Jr. Waterbury, Conn. Di Senate Chester Walter Grochola Jamaica, L. I. Candidate for B.S. Degree: Y.M.C.A. seniOR class 74 semoR class First Row Henry McCormick Gross, Jr. Harrisburg, Pa. A Candidate for A.B. Degree; German Club Executive; Gorgon ' s Head. Second Row Charles Walker Gunter, Jr. Gastonia, N. C. KS Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Ex- ecutive Committee (3); Daily Tar Heel (I. 2. :i . Third Row Wallace Vann Hall Yanceyville, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Willard Bertram Grossmawn Stamford, Conn. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Ernest Gordon Guy Harmony, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. James Carl Hambright, Jr. Rock Hill, S. C. K 2 Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class Exec utive Committee (1): Interdormitory Council (4); Interfraternity Council (8, 4) ; Student Legislature (1) ; Univer- sity (lul) (3). William Lester Groves, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. A X 2 Candidate for B.S. Degree; Monogram Club (2. :], V.-Pres. II; Track (1, 2, 3). Co-Capt. (4). Thomas Jennings Hackney, Jr. Wilson, N. C. Z Candidate for B.S. Degree; Gorgoi Head; 13 Club; University Club. Harvey Hamilton Morehead City, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Reddy Gatewood Grubbs Charlotte, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class Exec- utive Committee (1. 2. 3. 4): Class Honor Council (1, 2): University Club, I ' res.; University Dance Committee (2); Y.M.C.A. (1). Phil Wiley Haigh Fayetteville, N. C. ATfi William Pickett Hamlin High Point, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Interdorm- itory Council (3, 4) ; Wrestling (2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). semoB class John Ray Hampton Leaksville, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Buccaneer (3); Interdormitory Council (4); In- ternational Relations Club (1, 2, 3, 4). Lou Alice Hamrick Fallston, N. C. Shirley Tweed Hansen Hendersonville, N. C. Z T A Candidate for A.B. Degree. Herbert Wallace Hardy Sanford, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class Exec- utive Committee (3, 4); Class Officer (President 4); Grail; Interdormitory Council (3 Vice-President); Student Legislature (3); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2); Com- mencement Marshal. Walter Clark Hargrove Tarboro, N. C. X Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Ex- ecutive Committee (3, 4); Interdormi- tory Council (4); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2, 3. 4). Henry Craig Harrelson Cherryville, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Katherine Champion Hamrick Boiling Springs, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. William L. Hand, Jr. New Bern, N. C. AKE Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Hon- or Council (2); Class Officer (1); Gimghoul; Interfraternity Council (4); Student Legislature (4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Class Executive Committee (3); Senior Week Committee (4). Thomas Chandler Hardwick Pinehurst, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Track (1 3, 4). Vaughan Theodore Harford, Jr. Washington, D. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Tennis (2). Charles Elmer Harnden, Jr. Narberth, Pa. X Candidate for A.B. Degree; Monogram Club; Basketball (1, 2. 3, 4); Tennis (1, 2, 3, 4). Warren Blake Harrelson Mullins, S. C. X B Candidate for A.B. Degree; Buccaneer (4); Yackety Yack (3, 4); Sound and Fury (4); I. R. C. (4). seniOR class Robert Charles Harrington, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. A A Thomas Holt Haywood, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. Z lr !• B K I?r2 Candidate for B.S. Di Assembly (1); Y Gimghoul. Hunter Heath Kinston, N. C. BK Candidate for B.S. Degree. Russell Hebbard New York City 2 X Candidate for U.S. Degree; 13 Club: Cheerleader ( n. Hubert Piatt Henderson Chase City, Va. $M A Candidate for A.B. Degree; Band (1, 2. 3). President (4); Orchestra (1. 2. 3. 4); Master Bell-Ringer (4). Rusk Griffin Henry Hickory, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Debate Squad (3, 4); Di Senate (4); Inter- dormitory Council (2). Thomas Clifton Hayes Charlotte, N. C. K A Candidate for B.S. Degree; 13 Club; University Club; Golf (3, 4). Ben Ross Heath Kinston, N. C. AS n Mary Frances Heath Waynesboro, Ga. xn Candidate for A.B. Degree. Cynthia Jane Hemke Lebanon, N. J. Candidate for A.B. Degree: Glee Club (3); Playmakers (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (4). John Richard Henderson Charlotte, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Crosscoun- try (1); Track (1); Y.M.C.A. (1) : Aviation Club (4). Robert Edward Hermson Brooklyn, N. Y. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Monogram Club; Baseball (2, 3, 4); Boxing (3, 4) ; Football (2, 3, 4). sentoR class Daniel Albert Hewitt Asheville, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree Harrell Bruce Hill Reidsville, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Dec Peter Sterling Hitchcock Menton, Ohio Candidate for A.B. Degree: Plavmak- ers Ci. ii: Football (I): Lacrosse (3): V.M.C.A. (3. 1). Ann Shirley Hobbs Newport News, Va. Candidate for A.B. Degree: Carolina Magazine: Daily Tar Heel; Phi Assem- bly; Yackety Yack. Ernestine Ragsdale Hobgood Luther Hodges Greenville, N. C. Leaksville, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Di Senate Candidate for A.B. Degree. (4): Glee Club (3); Yackety Yack (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). Roland Graham Hodges Kinston, N. C. K 2 Candidate for B.S. Degree. Norman Frederick Hogue Painted Post, N. Y. Candidate for B.S. Degree. J. Harry Hoffman, Jr. Doylestown, Pa. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Daily Tar Heel (4): Glee Club (2. 3. I). Richard Burgan Holcombe Candler, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Town Boys ' Club (3, 4); Young Democratic Club (4). Wood row Wilson Holland Greensboro, N. C. Helen White Holt Warrenton, N. C. T AG AXZ Candidate for B.S. Degree. Edwin Archibald Hubbard Sanford, N. C. Ben Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Ex eeutive Committee (1. 2. t : Monogram Club: Student Legislature (I); Boxing (1. 2. 3, 4); Football (1. 2); Track (1. 2. 3. 4): V.M.C.A. (1. 2. 3. I). Mar} ' Tudor Hudson Hertford, N. C. IIB Candidate for A.B. Degree. John Edward Hughes, Elizabeth City, N. C. 2 AE Charles William Idol Hjgh Point, N. C. V A Candidate fur A.B. Degree; Football (1. 2. 3): Class Officer (2); Student Legislature (2); Class Executive Com- mittee (3): Sound and Fury (8, li: University Dance Committee (1); Class Honor Council (4). Candidate for A.B. Degree: Class Ex- ecutive Committee (4); Grail: Mono- gram Club; University Club; Baseball (2. 3. 4); Basketball (2, 3), Co-Capt. Emily Douglas Hubbard Waynesboro, Va. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Alfred Herman Hughes Hampton, Va. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Stude Legislature (I): Boxing (1, 2). Charles Oliver Humphries Asheville, N. C. Ben Candidate for A.B. Degree. Ernest Merrick Illman Greensboro, N. C. A X A (audi. late for A.B. Degree: Track (2, 3. I); Carolina Magazine ill; Mono gram Club ( 1) ; Y.M.C.A. (4). Mary Carlton Jackson St. Petersburg, Florida x a Candidate for A.B. Degree; Buccaneer. William Archibald Johnson Eleanor McLure Jones Lillington, N. C. Cambridge, Mass. Candidate for A.B. Degree: Interdor- Candidate for A.B. Degree: Plavinak mitory Council: Phi Assembly. era (3, 4). seniOR class V ' x..- seniOR ciflss Harry M. Jones Winston-Salem, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Decree: Buccaneer (1. 2. 3): Class Executive Committee (3). Second Bow Albert Joseph Josselson Ahoskie, N. C. B K Candidate for A.B. Degree: Class Ex ecutive Committee ( t) : Di Senate (4); Voung Democrats Club (I). Third Bout Leo Maurice Karpeles Washington, D. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Paul E. Jones, Jr. Farmville, N. C. 2 A E Candidate for A.B. Degree. Maurice Joseph Jurney Olin, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Lionel Melvin Katz Miami, Fla. TE$ Candidate for A.B. Degree: Swimming (2); Track (1); Hillel Cabinet (4). William Erwin Jones Charlotte, N. C. AT!) Degree Candidate for B.S bly (1); Vackktv (1). Ym Edward Lewis Kantrowitz Asheville, N. C. T E Candidate for B.S. Degree; Amphoter- otben, President (4); Carolina Politi- cal Union (3). Vice-Chairman (4): Di Senate (1. 2, 3): Fencing (1. 2); Hillel Cabinet, President (4); Institute on Human Relations, Co-Chairman (4). Acton Perry Keats Plandoine, N. Y. William Joslin Raleigh, N. C. 2 N I B K A E A Candidate for A.B. Degree: Amphoter- othen (3, 4): Bulls (2, 3. 4): Carolina Political Union (2, 3, Chairman 4) ; Class Honor Council (3); Golden Kleeee (3, 4); Yackety Yack (1, 2, 3); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2. 3. Secretary 4). Milton Leon Kantrowitz West Hartford, Conn. Elizabeth Anne Keesee Bluefield, W. Va. riB " A YEAR IN REVIEW uiics pnyMCiu education, gets naval KU1C . . . 4,033 students enroll . . . University gets coed drum majorette . . . Wake Forest beats Carolina football team for the first time in 13 years . . . Buccaneer is banned, Tar An Feathers takes its place . . . Poll shows students favor entry in war to save Britain . . . IRC presents Assistant U. S. Secretary of State Adolph H. Berle . . . CPU, IRC argue as to which will be biggest speaker-presenting group . . . Registration for draft affects 1,000 stu- dents . . . Freddie Johnson ' s orchestra broadcasts over coast-to-coast network every Friday afternoon . . . Football team beats Texas Chris tian, 21-14, on University Day ... 68 girls pledge sororities, 256 boys sign up with frats . . . Bob Chester and orchestra play for Fall Ger- mans and Homecoming crowd, Tulane grabs last minute victory in football game . . . Oswald Ryan, head of CAA, tells University it will have nation ' s best college airport . . . CPU presents Dr. A. J. Muste, outstanding pacifist . . . Ferebee Taylor leads caravan of 1,000 students to New York for Fordham game, Kay Kyser cheers for Carolina at pre-game rally . . . Di debates necessity of brick walks . . . Gene Witten chosen editor of new humor mag. . . . Fish Worley begins series of square dances . . . University seeks new building program including new wing to library and four new buildings . . . Sound and Fury recruits 100 new members out of 350 applicants . . . Saturday, November 16, 1940, Carolina beats Duke, 6-3 . . . Harriers, led by Dave Morrison, grab 11th conference championship Margie Spainhour Keiger Winston-Salem, N. C. Second Kn Paul Noble King Greensboro, N. C. Third Row Robert Theron Kornegay Mount Olive, N. C. Richard Kemper Larchmont, N. Y. Candidate for A.B. Decree; Wrestling il. 2, 3, 1). William Albert Kirksey Fayetteville, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. George Eli Koury Burlington, N. C. ' :■■ - Clyde Gates Kimball Winston-Salem, N. C. AKE Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Ex- ecutive Committee (2); Class Honor Council (8); Class Officer (Fresident 3); Golden Fleece; Grail; Monogram Club (2, 3, 4): Student Council (H: Student Legislature (3); University Club; Boxing (3, ll: Football (1. 2, 3. 4) ; Lacrosse (3, 4) ; Vice-Pres. Student Body. Willis Holt Kimrey Raleigh, N. C. IT K A Candidate for B.S. Degree; I liter. I. n mitory Council (1, 2); Student Activi- ties Committee (8, 4): Y.M.C.A. (2. 3. 4). Susan Klaber Highland Park, Illinois Candidate for A.B. Degree; Plii As- sembly (3. Reading Clerk t) ; V.W.C.A. (3. Secretary 4). Thomas Battle Koonce, Jr. Jacksonville, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Hannah Lacob Chapel Hill, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. James Francis Lalanne Lafayette, La. KZ SGPIOR CLASS K3 84 seniOR class First Row Wilnah Carolyn Lambeth Elon College, N. C. Second Row Frank M. Ledbetter Robbinsville, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Third Row Robert Zelden Lerner New York, N. Y. n a Candidate for B.S. Degree; Daily Tar Heel (1. 2); Di Senate (1): Football (1). Greyard Byrne Lamm Max ton, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Buccaneer (1. 2, 3); Carolina Magazins CI): In terdormitory Council (41; Track (1. 2. 3) : Yackety Vu k (l, 2, 3, i). Francis Jones Lee Virgilina, Va. Harry Travers Lewis, Jr. Proctorville, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Band (1. 2. :!. t); Di Senate (2. 3): Interdormi- tory Council (4) ; Phi Assembly (2. 3): V.M.I .A. (1. 2, :!. I); Sound and Fury Nelson Large Rocky Mount, N. C. uididate for A.B. Degree. James Hardy Lee Asheville, N. C. Candidate I ' m All. De John Henry Lewis Statesville, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Harry M. Lasker Martha Kirby LeFevre Robert Edward Lewis Trumbull, Conn Chevy Chase, Md. Lumberton, N. C. Z 11 T II 1! ■[• Candidate for A.B. Degree Candidate for A.B. D othen (4); Carolina (dee Clul) (l. 2. Seer dent 3); Interfraten igree; Amph Magazine •tan. Vice 1 itv Council iter- Candidate for A.B. Degree; Daily Tar H: Heel (3); Yackety Vack (J): sound real and Fury n. Playmakers (1, . s (i). ; Carolina Club 85 seniOH class Wellington Harrill Lewis Fallston, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree: Class Hon- or Council (4); Grail; Monogram Club (2, 3. 41; Cross Country (1, 2, 3, 4); Track (1. 2, 3. 4) ; I. R. C. (a, 3, 4). Jean McGregor Lindsay Lumberton, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; University Club (3, 4) : Baseball (3. 4) ; Tennis (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); W.A.A. (3. Secretary 4). Arthur S. Link Mt. Pleasant, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Daily Tal Heel (2); Di Senate (1. Clerk 2). Treasurer (S, 4); Glee Club (2, 3); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2. 3). Jean Morse Littell Rehoboth, Delaware Genie Loaring-Clark Huntsville, Ala. x n a k r Candidate for A.B. Degree; Glee Club (3. President 4); Intcrdoiinitorv Coun- cil U); Playmakers (3, 4); Y.W.C.A (3. 4); Sound and Fury (3, 4). Henrietta Bryan Logan Chapel Hill, N. C. n b Candidate for A.B. Degree; Glee CIu! (3); Interdormitory Council (4). Archie Lindsay Arlington, N. J. X Candidate for B.S. Degree. Kathleen Elizabeth Lineback Winston-Salem, N. C. Xfl Raymond Otho Linker Charlotte, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Band (1); Di Senate (1. 2. 3. 4): Slieiks; Tennis (1); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2, 3, 4). William Hartwell Little Asheviile, N. C. Ben Candidate for A.B. Degree. Leonard Kohlman Lobred Washington, D. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Daily Tar Heel (1. 2. 3); Sports Editor (4); Car olina Magazine (4); Interdormitorv Council (3); Publications Union Board. President (I); Vvikhv V uk (3). Charles Bradley Long Bahama, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. S6 send ciflss Robert Long Statesville, N. C. K2 Candidate for A.B. Degree. Wade Dean Love Stanfield, N. C. Aaron North Longfield Washington, D. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Archibald Lovin Shannon, N. C. B K BTI Candidate for B.S. Degree; Interdor mitory Council (4). Julius Alexander Lowrance, Jr. Risden Allen Lyon Statesville, N. C. Wadesboro, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. K A Candidate for B.S. Degree; Y.M.C.A (3, 4); University Flying Club (3, 4). Francis Borden Mace John Chetwood Mahler Beaufort, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Moses M. Malkin Brooldine, Mass. Lillian Alaine Marsh Onley, Va. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Interdor- mitory Council (4); Phi Assembly (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). Edwin Napoleon Maner Savannah, Ga. IKE Candidate for A.B. Degree: Class Ex ecutive Committee (1); Class Honoi Council (1, 2, 3, 4); Debate Squad (2. 3, 4); Gorgon ' s Head: Grail; Phi As sembly (1, 21: Baseball (1); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2. 3, 4). Charles Edwin M.tshburn Marshall, N. C. K ! Candidate for A.B. Degree; Interfra ternity Council (4); Phi Assembly (3. senioR clhss Rubineal Cora Mason Angier, N. C. Albert Henry Mathes Newark, N. J. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Ex- ecutive Committee ( ) : Interdonnitorv Council (3); Monogram Club: Baseball (1. 3, 4); Basketball (1. •- ' . 3, 4). Ruth Elinore Mayer Erie, Pa. Candidate for A.B. Degree. George Philip Means Trenton, N. J. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Anson Angus Merrick, Jr. Tryon, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. William Newton Middle-ton Jacksonville, Fla. K A Candidate for A.B. Degree; Y.M.C.A. (1); Sound and Fury (3. 4). J. Lewis Masten Winston-Salem, N. C. AX A Candidate for B.S. Degree. Preston Few Matthews Southern Pines, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. William Linville Maynard Chapel Hill, N. C. Mary Gail Menius New Bern, N. C. Byrd Farmer Merrill Dothan, Ala. A H A E A Candidate for A.B. Degree; Intel -fra- ternity Council (4); Student Legisla- ture (4); Yackety Yack (1. 2. 3); Ed- itor (4). Herbert Mark Miller East Brody, Pa. Candidate for A.B. Degre SEfllOR CLASS Irving J. Miller, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. Candidate for D.S. Degree. Mariana Farrell Milner Aiken, S. C. xn Alexander Charles Mitchel New York City, N. Y. Jane Moody Larkinsville, Ala. Xfi Candidate for A.B. Degree: Class Ex- ecutive Committee (4) : Playmakers (3. 4): Sound and Fury (3. 4). Betty Gentry Moore Talladega, Ala. A A II A K r Candidate for A.B. Degree; Interdor- mitory Council (Pies. 4); Y.W.C.A. (4). William Kermit Morefield Statesville, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Nell Edwards Mills Statesville, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Jane Mish Rochester, N. Y. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Dwight Evans Moody Henrico, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Aubrey Haskings Moore, Jr. Oxford, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Interdormi tory Council (4); Phi Assembly (3): Student Legislature (4) ; Class Danct Committee (4). Mary Lily Moore Raleigh, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. John Edwin Morgan Canton, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degre S9 First Row Richard Egerton Morris Henderson, N. C. David James Morrison Plainfield, N. J. ri B K urs Candidate for B.S. Degree: Class Ex- ecutive Committee (2) ; Class Honor Council (3 - Class Officer (3); Golden Fleece; Grail; Interdormitory Council (3); Monogram Club (2. 3. Pres. 4); Student Council (3. 4) ; University Club: Cross Country (1, 2, 3. -I); Track (1. 2, 3), Co-Captain (4); Freshman Friendship Council : President Student Body; Athletic Council (4); President of Dormitory (3). Second Row Third Row James Thomas McAden William Tecumseh McDaniel Charlotte, N. C. Rutherfordton, N. C. X 2 r E Candidate for A.B. Degree: Buccaneer (1, 2); Carolina Political I ' nion (1, 2, 3); Class Executive Committee (2, 4); Daily Tar Heel (1, 2, 3). Candidate for B.S. Degree. Marie McClelland George McDuffie Chapel Hill, N. C. Atlanta, Ga. A A n 2 A E Candidate for A.B. Degree; Fencing (3). Candidate for A.B. Degree; Bulb Gimghoul; Yackety Y.u k (1, 2, 3). Edward Emerson Murray Baltimore, Md. i; N Candidate for A.B. Degree. Grover Cleveland McCIure, Jr. Shelby, N. C. Candidate for Heel (3. 4) ; I Boys ' ( ' ul, | i Carroll B. McGaughey, jr. Dunwoody, Ga. Candidate for A.B. Degree: Anvphoter- othen (3. 4); Buccaneer (2.3); Daily Tar Heel (1. 2. 3); Debate Squad; Di Senate (1): Golden Fleece (t : Grail; Sound and Fury (3). Pres. (4). William Gray Murray Greensboro, N. C. A E A Candidate for A.B. Degree. Julia McConnell Talladega, Ala. n b a k r Candidate for A.B. Degre Legislature (3); Y.W ' .C.A. in. Emagene McGibony Greensboro, Georgia x n Candidate for A.B. Degree. semoR class 90 seniOR class Ed McGoogan Mowen, N. C. K A Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Ex- ecutive Committee (4); Baseball (1): V.M.C.A. (1. 2); Dance Committee (4). Second Rotv Jane Marshall McMaster Winnsboro, S. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; President of Woman ' s Association (4). Third •..»■ William Benton Nash Wingate, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Y.M.C.A. Archie Nock Mcintosh Old Fort, N. C. X -i ' X B Malcolm Donald McNaughton Hendersonville, N. C. 2 N Candidate for B.S. Degree; Track (1, 2); Wrestling (1, 2); Class Executive Committee (4). Sarah Jeannette Nathan Chapel Hill, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Carolina Magazine (4); Daily Tar Heel (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3). Florence Millicent McKendry New Canaan, Conn. iib Candidate for A.B. Degree; Daily Tar Heel (3, 4) ; Di Senate (3, 4) ; Ya ' cketv Yack (3, 4); I. R. C. (3, 4). Emerald Baxter McNeer Athens, W. Va. Candidate for A.B. Degree; D; Heel (1). Martha Kathryn Navy Mars Hill, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. David Alex McLemore Parkersburg, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Thomas Palmer Nash, III Memphis, Tenn. Z B K Candidate for A.B. Degree; Da Heel (I, 2, 3); Gorgon ' s Hei Club; Track (1, 2). Joe B. Neely Hendersonville, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class Ex- ecutive Committee (4) ; Interfraternitv Council (3. 4): Pies. Dorm. (4). " A YEAR IN REVIEW " . . . Powe elected president of Freshman class . . . Paul Severin, Jim Lalanne, Gates Kimball, Bob Smith and Sid Sadoff play in last col- legiate football game as Virginia bows to Carolina . . . Senator Pepper of Florida comes to campus under auspices of CPU and urges unre- served aid to Britain . . . " H " dorm boys move out and let girls move in for house party week-end . . . Paul Severin named on AP ' s AU- American first team, five other sources give him highest rank . . . Kay Kyser changes theme song to " Tar Heels on Hand " . . . University cafeteria faces crisis as costs rise, sales fall . . . George Glamack gets tremendous ovation at Madison Square Garden as Fordham beats Carolina, 42-41, in last seconds of play . . . IRC brings Ambassador Bullitt to campus and students hear plea for unlimited aid to democ- racies . . . State board of education rejects history textbook by Professors Newsome and Lefner over recommendation by textbook advisory com- mission. . . 9: Airport burns, hangar and seven CAA planes destroyed . . . Jim Lalanne chosen " most valuable " football player of 1940 . . . State advisory budget commission cuts President Graham ' s budget request for the Greater University of North Carolina . . . Flu epidemic affects nearly 100 students, infirmary beds fill G r a h a m Memorial lounge. Smith dormitory . . . University welcomes 110 South Americans for six- week " summer school " . . . Coeds change rules for nomination of officers, secret nominating committee loses power as en- tries are made from the floor . . . Jussi Bjoerling, youngest leading tenor in Metropolitan Opera Company, is presented bv Student Entertainment Committee . . . First Row Donald Holmes Neill Forty Fort, Penn. X Second Row Naomi Golda Newman Danville, Va. Third Row Henly Moir Ogburn, Jr. Clemmons, N. C. Robert Bullin Neuman Washington, D. C. , i: r Candidate for B.S. Degree: Class Ex- ecutive Committee (t): Interfrateruitv Council (8); University Club; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2. 3, 4). Charles Roland Nipe Frankfort, N. Y. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Alton Webster Parker Murfreesboro, N. C. Muriel Grace Neville Jamaica, N. Y. KKT Candidate for A.B. Degree. Ernestine Irene Noe Mt. Clemens, Mich. Xfi Candidate for A.B. Degree. Elton Claxton Parker Murfreesboro, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Playmak- A Mary Sue Newell Henderson, N. C, Candidate for A.B. Degree; Y.W.C.A. Winford Walter Norman Ararat, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Ex- ecutive Committee (4); Di Senate (1); [nterdormitory Council ( 4) ; Young Democrats Club ( t) ; President John Webster Parker Wilmington, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. SBfllOR CLASS 94 senioR class First Row Roy Turnage Parker Pinetops, N. C. Seconrl Roto Lome Cameron Payne Gastonia, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree: Interdor Candidate for A.B. Degree: Fencing mitory Council (3. 4): Student Legis- (1, 2. 3. 4). lature (3, l ; V.M.C.A. (1, 2). Third Row Alfred Edward Phelps Long Island, N. Y. X Candidate for B.S. Degree. Ralph Clinton Patrick, jr. Gastonia, N. C. A Tf2 Candidate for B.S. Degree: Interdor- mitory Council (21: Pin Assembly 11. 2); Yackety Yack (1); V.M.C.A. (1. 2. 3. I). Edwin Anderson Penick, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Z B K Candidate fin- A.B. Degree: Interfra- ternitv Council Mi: Student Legisla- ture (4). Calvin Bynum Phillips Lincolnton, N. C. i A9 Candidate for B.S. Degree: Sheiks; University Club; Wrestling (3, 4); Dance Committee (2). Eunice Patten Louisburg, N. C. TIB Candidate for A.B. Degree; Universitj Club; Vac Km V« (3, I); Y.W.C.A. (3. I) ; Sound and Fury i :i. D. Georgiana Louise Pentlarge Montclair, N.J. A A II James W. Pickard Randleman, N. C. a i; ii Candidate for U.S. Degree. Howard Carlton Patterson Burlington, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Garland Burruss Peterson Norfolk, Va. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Edmund Lloyd Pincoffs Houston, Texas a e seniOR class Helen Virginia PJyler Lancaster, S. C. AAH Candidate for A. IS. Degree: Buccaneer (3). Mahlon Joseph Pophal St. Pauls, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Dorothy Pratt Sumter, S. C. A All William Mooresfield Puckett Fuqu.iy Springs, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Whit Coffield Purvis Williamston, N. C. 11 K A Candidate for B.S. Degree. James Perrin Quarles, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. IKE Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class Exec- utive Committee (4); Daily Tar Heel (1); Di Senate (1. 2, 3. t) ; Glee Club u. 2); Sheiks; Student Entertainment Coin. (3. 1); Student Legislature (3); University Club; Golf (1) ; Track (1, 2, .:, Ii ; Y.M.C.A. II. _ . ' (. II. James Cecil Pointer Blanche, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Curtis James Potter Chapel H.ll, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Jesna Elizabeth Prevatte Darlington, S. C. John William Pullen Chapel Hill, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degre Sara Jane Put man Beckley, W. Va. Xfi Candidate for A.B. Degree. William Trent Ragland Raleigh, N. C. 7. 2 F E Candidate for B.S. Degree; Gimghoul (3, li; Phi Assembly (1); Y.M.C.A. (1); Interfraternity Council. 96 seiiior class Thomas David Ramsey John Frank Randall Bryn Mawr, Pa. Barnard, N. C. i r a Candidate for A.B. Degree. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Band (1): Wrestling (1). Rush McClure Rankin Jack Rorison Rawls Belmont, N. C. Asheville, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. PA0 Candidate for B.S. Degree; Buccaneei (I. 2. 3, 4). Henry Grady Reagan William Brady Reed, Jr. Asheville, N. C. Spencer, W. Va. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Daily Tar Heel (3, 4); Di Senate (3. 4): Glee Club (3. 1); Town Boys ' Club (1). Candidate for B.S. Degree. Pembroke Graves Rees Frank Russell Reynolds Chapel Hill.N. C. Wilmington, N. C. . Candidate for B.S. Degree; Swimming (2, 31. Manager (4); Y.M.C.A. (1); Flying Club (3). Treas. (4). Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Ex ecutive Committee (8); Interdormitory Council (4): Phi Assembly (2); Y.M. C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Class Dance Commit tee (I). Olivia Rhodes Charles A. Rich Asheville, N. C. Frankfort, N. Y. A A II Candidate for A.B. Degree; Interdor- mitory Council (3) ; Sound and Fury (3. 1). Candidate for B.S. Degree; Monogram Club: Baseball (1, 2. 3. 4). William Robert Richardson John Torrey Riel Birmingham, Ala. LaGrange, III. 2 A E AEi n K A Candidate for A.B. Degree; Interdor- mitory Council (3). Candidate for A.B. Degree. f semoR class Mona Faye Riley Dunn, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Leon Whitfield Robertson Wake Forest, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Philip Frank Robinson Augusta, Georgia. A Tfi Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Ex ecutive Committee (I); Di Senate (2 3) ; Y.M.C.A. (2. 3, 4). Frank Mandeville Rogers Florence, S. C. •I A 9 Candidate for A.B. Degree; Band (1. 2. 3); Monogram Cluh (.1. I): Cviuna.s tic Team (2. :i. n. Edward Matheson Rollins Bristol, Tenn. Sarah Frances Ruark Raleigh, N. C. A A II Candidate for A.B. Degree; V.u kktv Yack (3); V.W.C.A. (3. I); Sound and Fury (3i; Women ' s Athletic Council Hughes Roberts, Jr. Atlanta, Ga. ME Candidate for B.S. Degree; University Club: Senior Dance Committee: Yack. ety Y.uk (1. 2, 8); Track, Manage! Mary Susan Robertson Hillsboro, N. C. n b Candidate for A.B. Degree: Daily Tal Heel (3); Di Senate CI. I); Women ' : Association (3, 4); V.W.C.A. (3, 4). Benjamin H. Roebuck, )r. Washington, N. C. (audi. late for A.B. Degree: Daily Tar Heel (l. 2. 3. I): Phi Assembly (4); Y.M.C.A. (3. 4); Sound and Fury (3, 4) ; Town Boys ' Club ( I). Brewster Rogerson Chapel Hill, N. C. X ! M A (audi, late for A.B. Degre James McCausland Ross Charlotte, N. C. b o n Candidate for A.B. Degree; Bulls; Ger- man Club Executive (3); Gorgon ' s Head. Florence Jane Rumsey Moyock, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree: Buccaneel (3); Phi Assembly (31; Basketball (3. H; Sound ami Fury (3. 1); Head Cheerleader ( n. ■■■ sedior ciflss Alvin C. Russell Asheville, N. C. AX: Candidate for B.S. Degree. Grace Goldyn Rutledge Yadkinville, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Clas s F.x ecutive Coinmittee id; Daily Tar Heel (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3. I). Sidney SadorT Brooklyn, N. Y. A Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class Hon or Council (1); Grail; Interfraternity Council in. li : Muniigrain Club. Presi- dent Hi: University Dance Committee IH; Football (1, 2, 3, n ; Track (1, 2). Durward Elson Sanders Richlands, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Interdor- initorj- Council 13. II: Monogram Club 12. 3. U: Student Legislature III; Baseball ill: Boxing (1, 2, 3), Co-Cap- Iain i i ' ; Track i-ji. Charles Joseph Savarese, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Ewing E. Schleeter Charleston, S. C. Candidate for B.S. Degri Nina Lou Rustin Penrose, N. C. ndidate for A.B. Degree; Glee Clu : Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). Robert Carl Rutter Chatham, N. J. Candidate for A.B. Degree ternity Council, Treas. (4) ; bly (1. 2) ; University Club. William Salowe Plainheld, N. J. b k nri Candidate for B.S. Degree: Football (1) : Town Boys ' Club (3). William Guthrie Sasser Takoma Park, Md. A2E Candidate for B.S. Degree; Y.M.C.A. Sarah Pearson Sawyer Windsor, N. C. X 9. Leonard James Schleifer New York, N. Y. nit Candidate for A.B. Degree: Daily Tar Heel (1, 2. 31: Interfraternity Council (8, 11: Pla makers it. 21; University Club; Sound and Fury (3, 4). 99 First Row Conrad Campbell Schrimpe Woodbridge, N. J. A x: Littleton Cole Selden Jackson, N. C. Third Row Walter Lincoln Sheffield, Jr. Wilmington, N. C. K A Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class Ex ecutive Committee (3); Interdormitory Council (8) : Y.M.C.A. (3). Elaine Alice Schwinge Tarboro, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. David James Sessoms, Jr. Chapel Hill, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree: Class Ex ecutive Committee (3, 4) ; Phi Assem hly (2): Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3. 1); Tom Hoys ' Club (3. 4). Daniel Russell Shields, Jr. Gastonia, N. C. Candidate for A. ' (1. 2. 8, 4). Degree: Glee Club Ross Edward Scroggs Chapel Hill, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Frederick Page Seymour Philadelphia, Penna. X Harold Milton Short Charlotte, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Helen Sarah Sears Binghamton, N. Y. n b Candidate for A.B. Degree. Laura Maie Shaver Albemarle, N. C. A A II Candidate for A.B. Degree; Sound and Fury (3, 4). William Melvin Shuford Asheville, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class Ex- ecutive Committee (3): Golden Fleece; Grail: Interdormitory Council (3); Student Council ( u ; University Club: Sect. Student Bodv (II. seniOR class SEDI ' OR CLASS First Row Second Row Third Row Clarence Leroy Shuping, Jr. Eugene Silverstein Henry George Smernoff Greensboro, N. C. Gastonia, N. C. New Haven, Conn. A TO T E Candidate for B.S. Degree; Fencing Candidate for B.S. Degree; Band (1, 2, S, 4); Di Senate (1); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). Candidate for B.S. Degree. (3). Richard Charles Sieck Clarence Hammond Si nclair Billy C. Smith Giendale, N. Y. East Flat Rock, N. C. Pittsboro, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Monogram Club; Football (1, 2, 3, 4). Candidate for A.B. Degree. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class Ex- ecutive Committee (4): Di Senate (2. . ' (. 1); Student Legislature (4); Town Boys ' Club (3, 4). Christian Fogle Siewers Norma Slatoff Charles Aurelius Smith Winston-Salem, N. C. New York, N. Y. Greenville, S. C. Ben Candidate for A.B. Degre ■; Carolina i.- A E Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Ex- ecutive Committee (1. 2. 3); Class Honor Council (1. 2. 1) ; Class Officer. Pres. (1); Interfraternity Council. Pres. (4) ; Student Legislature (3) ; Football (1. 2, 3); Graham Memorial Director (4). Political Union (3, 4). Candidate for A.B. Degree. Robert Williams Sills, Jr. Robert Stanley Sloan John Wilson Smith, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. Atlanta, Ga. Charlotte, N. C. K 2 X X Candidate for B.S. Degree. Candidate for A.B. Degrei sembly, President (4). ?; Phi As- Candidate for B. S. Degree; Band: Or chestra. " A YEAR IN REVIEW " . . . UP nominates Ferebee Taylor for president of student body. SP puts up Truman Hobbs . . . State legislature holds joint session in Chapel Hill in honor of South Americans, Governor Brough- ton is guest speaker . . . AKG cuts ties with national body, becomes local under name of Valkyries . . . Jimmy Lunceford plays for Inter- dorms . . . Sylvia Goich, from Chile, reigns as Student-Faculty Day queen with King Archibald Henderson; Alice Marble, Mary Hardwick, Bill Tilden and Donald Budge demonstrate to Chapel Hill fans the art of the net game . . . Basketball team beats Duke, 51-33, Jack Teagarden plays for Mid-winters to make full week-end . . . Wrestlers end W L ' s 11-year supremacy . . . Boxers take Penn State for first time in history . . . Hans Kindler brings his National Symphony orchestra to Chapel Hill under the auspices of the Student Entertainment committee . . . Glamack sets new scoring mark at 45 points, only six below the world record . . . Carolina wins Southern Con- ference indoor track meet for seventh time in ten years . . . Daily Tar Heel celebrates 48th birthday but must change its slogan from " The only college daily in the South- east " to " The first college daily in the Southeast " . . . Carroll McGaughey re- hearses Sound and Fury cast ' til wee small hours in order to produce outstanding shows . . . Wave of politics descends upon campus . . . May Frolics breaks tradition by being held in May . . . Crowds, rain and Junior-Seniors come all at once to Chapel Hill . . . May 10, worried seniors take comprehensives, some pass . . . Over 500 students receive degrees. 103 First Row Louise Dudley Smith Charlotte, N. C. Xfi Candidate for A.B. Degree; Yacketv Yack (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (4); Pan-Hel lenie Council (4). Secovtl Voir Winfield Davis Smith Chapel Hill, N. C. Third Row Roger Alexander Snyder Winston-Salem, N. C. b k bt: Candidate for B.S. Degree; Cdee Club (2); Y.M.C.A. (1). Robert Braxton Smith Chapel Hill, N. C. William Davis Snider Salisbury, N. C. 2 X Candidate for A.B. Degree; Carolina Magazine; Carolina Political Union (3. 4); Daily Tar Heel (1, 2. 3, 4); Y.M. C.A. (3, 4). Ernest P. Spence Goldsboro, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Interdor- mitory Council ( t) : Football (1); Track (1, 2); Flying Club (3, 4). Robert McDavid Smith Birmingham, Ala. :ae Candidate for A.B. Degree; Bulls; Sound and Fury (3, 4). Rodney English Snow, ]r. High Point, N. C. r a Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Ex- ecutive Committee (2, 4): Class Officer (3); Monogram Club; Student Legis- lature (3); 13 Club; University Club: Ciolf (1, 2. 3, 4). Charles Flavius Spencer Washington, D. C. K A Candidate for A.B. Degree. Samuel Milton Smith Pilot Mountain, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Bruce Wellington Snyder, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. n k a Candidate for A.B. Degree; Band; Class Executive Committee ( 1 ) : Daily Tar Heel (1. 2); Class Dance Commit- tee (2). Adrian Charles Spies Newark, N. J. Z B T Candidate for A.B. Degree; Carolina Magazine (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Daily Tar Heel (1, 2, 3, 4) ; I. R. C. SEOM CLASS iM send class Laurence Tilson Sprinkle Weaverville, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Second Rot Ella-Keen Steel Fayetteville, N. C. X Q Candidate for A.B. Degr Third Row Louise Stiefelmeyer Cullman, Ala. Xfi Candidate for A.B. Degree; Phi As- sembly CO: Haymakers (:]. ) ; Stu- dent Legislature (4). Howard Raymond Stadiem Greensboro, N. C. T E I Candidate for B.S. Degree. Arlene Steinbach Carrollton, Ga. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Norman Vaughn Stockton, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. Ben Candidate for A.B. Degree; Band (1. 2. 3); Buccaneer (1, 2, 3); Carolina Po- litical Union (2, 3. 4) : Yackety Yack (1, 2, 3), Business Manager (4); Y.M. C.A. ii, 2. :i. (). Herbert Irving Stang Lawrence, N. Y. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Daily Tai Heel (1): Track. Manager (I); Yack- ety Yack (1). Albert Stewart, Jr. Fayetteville, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Interdor- mitorv Council (3. 4); Student Legis- lature (4) : Y.M. C.A. (2, 3, 4). Ralph Howard Stollmack New York, N. Y. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Mortimer Stang Lawrence, N. Y. (audi. late for B.S. Degrt Ernest Stich New York, N. Y. Grady E. Stone King, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. -■• senioR class Stancill McLeod Stroud Southern Pines, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Nancy Barbara Suiter Weldon, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Arthur Thomas Sweet, Jr. Spencer, N. C. $B K Candidate for B.S. Degree; Band (1, John Thomas Talton Clayton, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Frank B. Taylor Signal Mountain, Tenn. Sam Farris Teague, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Interdor mitory Council (1): University Club; V.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3. 4). Algie Maurice Stuart, Jr. High Point, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Billie Mc Sutherland Grundy, Va. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Susan Swift Atmore, Ala. Edgar Suggs Taylor, Jr. Walstonburg, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Interdor- rnitory Council (3, 4): Student Enter- tainment Committee (4); Baseball (1, l); Young Democrats Club (3, 4). Nancy Scull Taylor Harrellsville, N. C. X a Candidate for A.B. Degree. Harry Gordon Thigpen, Jr. Scotland Neck, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. senioR class V i „. John Lexie Thomas Bonner Havens Thomason, Jr. Sanford, N. C. Wilmington, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. K A William Manley Thompson Mountain Lakes, N. J. A9 Candidate for B.S. Degree; Band (1, 2); Di Senate (1); Monogram Club; Basketball (1); Swimming (2. :). 4); Sound and Fun (4); University Sym- phony (2. 3, 4). William Green Thorne Enfield, N. C. B K bt: Candidate for B.S. Degree. Ann Pluymert Thornburgh Carnegie, Pa. Xfi Candidate for A.B. Degree; Interdor- mitory Council (4); V.W.C.A. (3. 4); Sound and Fury (8, 4). Benjamine Wyche Tillett Timberlake, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Di Senate (1); Interdormitory Council (3, 4); Student Legislature (4). Frances Scott Tilley Joseph W. Timberlake, Jr. Chapel Hill, N. C. Gastonia, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. :•: x Candidate for A.B. Degree; Daily Tar Heel (4); Interdormitory Council (4): Yackety Yack (3); Y.M.C.A. (4); Sound and Fury (3, 4). Margaret Carolyn Tipton Lawrence A. Tomlinson, Jr. Maiden, N. C. Durham, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Glee Club 2i A E (■(. t . Candidate for A.B. Degree: Carolina Magazine: Class Executive Committee (4); I ' lu Assembly (1); Tennis (1, ■ , ■1. 4); Y.M.C.A. (3. 4). Leslie Daniel Tomlinson, Jr- Elizabeth Ann Torpin Black Creek, N. C. Augusta, Ga. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Glee Club (4); Phi Assembly (t); I ' lnvmakers (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (4). senior class Donald Fuller Torrey, Jr. Wynnewood, Pa. A Candidate for A.B. Degree; Interfra- ternity Council (4 ; Monogram Club: Student Legislature (4): 13 Club; Foot- ball (1); Wrestling (I. 2, 3, 4), Captain (1). James Henry Toy Waynesville, N. C. B K B r 2 Candidate for B.S. Degre try (3, 4) ; Track (3, 1). William Deaderick VanDyke Memphis, Tenn. 2 A E Candidate for A.B. Degree. Chester Bruce Van Schoick New Hyde Park, N. Y. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Hubert L. Veazey Creedmoor, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Lewis Donald Vickers Chapel Hill, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Jack Venoid Towell Mooresville, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Interdor- initorv Council (;i. 4); Young Demo- crats Club (4). Morton Lawrence Turtletaub Brooklyn, N. Y. A Thomas Huske Vance Winston-Salem, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree: Di Senate (8); Fencing (3. 4); Yackety Yack (1. ■1): Y.M.C.A. (1). William Dennis Vaughan, III. Townsville, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Glee Club (3). Nelle Moore Vestal Greenville, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. William Neilsen Vogler Winston-Salem, N. C. Z -i ' seniOR ciflss Magda Kjellesvig Waering Jacksonville, Fla. Nicholas Misplee Walker Ardmore, Pa. A Candidate for A.B. Degree; Gym Team (2, 3, 4). William Leonard Wall Siler City, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class Hon- or Council {1); Interdonnitorv Council (1); Student Legislature (1). Walter Charles Wagner Clinton, Conn. i: n Candidate for B.S. Degree: Interdor- mitory Council (3); Monogram Club; Cross Country (1, 2); Track (1). William James Walker Winsted, Conn. X Candidate for B.S. Degree. William Freeny Ward Warrenton, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree: Debate Squad ( ); Phi Assembly (3. I): Y.M. V.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). George William Watson Narberth, Pa. X Candidate for A.B. Degree: Tennis (3. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Interfra- 4): Vackety Yack (4); Y.W.C.A. (3. ternitv Council (3, 4); Monogram 4). Club; Basketball (1, 2, 3). Mary Spencer Watkins Greensboro, N. C. n b Jack Watson Wingate, N. C. Janet Mary Watson Punta, Gorda, Fla. William Allen Watts Herbert Weber Statesville, N. C. Hillside, N.J. Candidate for A.B. Degree. a En Candidate for B.S. Degree. First How Second Row rAird Row Doris Sylvia Weinkle Dorothy Peace Wendel Thomas Chester Wiggins Atlanta, Ga. Rochester, N. Y. Bartow, Fla. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Candidate for A.B. Degree. 2 r E Candidate for B.S. Degree; Band (2, 3, 1). Joseph Alson Welborn Anna Belle White Charles Baynes Wilkerson, Jr. High Point, N. C. Chapel Hill, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree: ecutive Committee (-1) ; Grai sitv Club; University Dance CI). Class Ex- I ; Univer- Conimittee Candidate for A.B. Degree. •1 K i: (audi, late for A.B. Degree; Class Ex- ecutive Committee (1); Di Senate (1). Alice Bond Wells William Alpheus White George Lantz Wilkinson Parkersburg, W. Va. Jamestown, N. C. Newton, N. C. A A II Candidate for B.S. Degree. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Candidate for A.I). Degree; (8, 4). Y.W .C.A. Alton Wright Wells Lee Manning Wiggins Ann Elizabeth Williams Rocky Mount, N. C. Hartsville, S. C. Clarksdale, Miss. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Candidate for A. 11. Degree; Amphoter- othen CI. t): Carolina Magazine; Car- olina Political Union (8. 1) ; Debate Squad (1. 2); Glee Club (1. 2) ; Golden Fleece; Grail; Symphony Orchestra (1), President 12); American Student Union (2). President (3). X 9. A K r Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Ex- ecutive Committee (1); Student Coun cil, Vice-President (4); University Club; Woman ' s Athletic Council, Vice- President (4). senioe class seniOR class Eugene Bomberger Williams Winston-Salem, N. C. i r a is k bt: Candidate for B.S. Degree; Daily Tai Heel (2. 3); Phi Assembly (1); VA1. C.A. (1. 2. 3. n: Sound and Fury (3, n ; Freshman Handl k Committee (2, Editor 3); Student Government Coin mittee (S, I). Second Row Donald Keith Wilson Fort Pierce, Fla. Candidate for B.S. Degree: Band (3. George Stacy Withers Davidson, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Kenan Banks Williams Sanford, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Amphoter- otlien 1.1. Ii: Carolina Political Union (l. 2. 3. 4i: ( " ass Executive Committee (3), Chairman mi: Class Honor Coun- cil in: Golf II). Mary Louise Wilson Chicago, 111. II IS Candidate for A.B. Degree: Buccaneei Mi: Daily Tar Heel (4): Glee Club (3): Playmakers (4): Yackety Y.kk mi: Sound and Fury CI. H: Tar and Feathers ( I). Eugene Roy Witten New York, N. Y. Candidate for B.S. Degree: Buccaneer (1. 2. 3); Tar and Feathers. Editor m ■ : (lass Executive Committee (4). Lewis James Williams Lewisville. N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Harry Winkler Charlotte, N. C. Ben Mary Isabelle Wolf Chapel Hill, N. C. X! Candidate for A.B. Degree; C.lee Club (3, Ii. Harry Allen Wills Long Island, N. Y. X I Mary Velna Winslow Raleigh. N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. James Frederick Wood, Jr. Monroe, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Band (1. 2, 3, 4); Di Senate (1). First Row Noel Robert S. Woodhouse Chapel Hill, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree: Class Hon- or Council (4); Monogram Club; Uni- versity Club; Swimming (2, 3, 4); Yackkty Vack (1, 2, 3). Second Row Wescott Roberson Woollen Chapel Hill, N. C. AKE Candidate for Vackety Vack (4). ThirdBow Thomas Henry Wright, Jr. Wilmington, N. C. A K E Candidate for A.B. Degree: Bulls; German Club Executive Committee (2. 3. 4), Chairman (4); Gimglioul: Mi gram Club; University Dance Committee; Varsity Football Manager (4). Edward Woodman New Haven, Conn. AG Candidate for A.B. Degree. Cecil William Wooten, Jr. Kinston, N. C. K2 Vincent Brown Wright, Jr. Fayetteville, N. C. ATfl Candidate for A.B. Degree. Charles Whitehead Woodson Salisbury, N. C. Di Senate Sarah Frances Wright Macon, Ga. Candidate for A.B. Degree: Interdor- mitory Council ( t) ; V.W.C.A. (3, 1). David Gustav Wurreschke Winston-Salem, N. C. b k bt: Candidate for B.S. Degree. William Blackmer Woodson Salisbury, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree: Band (3. 4); Di Senate (3), President (4). Thomas Archibald Wright, Jr. John Thomas Yelverton Plainfield, N. J. Fremont, N. C. X J Candidate for B.S. Degree. Candidate for B.S. Degree: Glee Club (I); Interdorrnitory Council (ti; Y.M. C.A. (I. -1). seniOR class ■ seniOR class First Row Phyllis Diana Younginer Asheville, N. C. Second Row James McKee Zealy Goldsboro, N. C. Candidate for A.B. Degree. Third Row George Eno Zink Ballard Vale, Mass. Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Ex- ecutive Committee (2); Class Officer (2, 1) ; Interdormitory Council (2) : Mono- gram Club; Cross Country (1): Track (1); Wrestling (1. 2, 8, 4). Joseph Ellis Zaytoun New Bern, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Circulation Manager University Publications (4) ; Class Executive Committee (4) ; Inter- dormitory Council (2, 3) ; Phi Assem- bly (1, 2, 3) ; University Club. Oscar Charles Zimmerman Charlotte, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Band (1, 2, Irwin Arthur Zuckerman Far Rockaway, N. Y. !■ B K Candidate for A.B. Degree. 113 Cm l JOHN DREW ELLIOT Left to Right: MAC McLENDON, GEORGE COX- HEAD, AL ROSE, AND TRUMAN HOBBS JUNIOR CLASS Officers John Drew Elliot, President; Mac McLen- don, Vice-President; George Coxhead, Treas- urer; Al Rose, Secretary. Honor Council Truman Hobbs, Chairman; Charlie Tillett, G. I. Kimball, Wade Reynolds, Bill Alex- ander, Robert Bobbitt, Pat Winston, Dick Kendrick. Executive Committee Dance Committee Erwin Bowie, Chairman; Jimmy Helms, G. I. Kimball, Horace Benton, Bill McKin- non, Deever Biggerstaff, George Hayes, Stan- ley Leary, John Smith, Julian Hawkins, Ann Peyton, Morty Ulman, Lloyd Hollingsworth, Ellen Wimberly, Charles Pyle, Gwynn Now- ell, Erlene Clayton, Bill Felts, Carl Sunt- heimer, Betty Lou Fletcher, Mack Murphy, and Blaine Stroupe. Bill Alexander, Chairman; John Jordan, Stewart Richardson, Robert Bobbitt, Adrian Wise, John Diffendal, Bill Faircloth, Remus Turner, Bob Hutchison, George Foote, and Bob Stoinort. HONOR COUNCIL Sealed: Kimball, Hobbs, Kendrick. Standing: Tillett, Reynolds, Alexander, Bobbitt, Winston. JUNIORS Annie Frances Abernethy Hickory, N. C. Rayford Kennedy Adams Skillman, N. J. X X Stephen Shepherd Adams Biltmore, N. C. 2 A E Thomas Floyd Adams, Jr. Willow Spring, N. C. William Cress Alexander Mooresville, N. C. K2 John B. Anderson Danville, Va. Marvin Pope Anthony West Palm Beach, Fla. ATS Anita Georgia Appel New York City Ruth Pendleton Applewhite Newport News, Va. John Vincent Arey Gold Hill, N. C. Jack Dalton Armstrong Asheville, N. C. Dorothy Aronson Bronx, N. Y. Burette Newman Andrews Charlotte, N. C. James Crandall Andrews Chapel Hill, N. C. Leon Polk Andrews, Jr. Wilmington, N. C. TA Bert Hampton Angel Stokesdale, N. C. Martha Ann Angel Haines City, Fla. n B Ann Anthony Evington, Va. Robert Edward Ashby, Jr. Mount Airy, N. C. t KS Thomas Arrington Avera, Jr. Rocky Mount, N. C. A9 Benjamin Franklin Aycock, Jr. Fremont, N. C. AX 2 Claude Fletcher Bailey Elizabeth City, N. C. Bruce Sullivan Bales Tapoco, N. C. A " Gilbert Sylvester Ballance Elizabeth City, N. C. First Rout Third Row James Arnold Barclay Spring Valley, N. Y. James Rush Beeler Burnsville, N. C. Ottis Rutley Barham Leaksville, N. C. Elizabeth McLin Bell Pittsboro, N. C. Aiden Emmett Barnes, III Macon, Ga. 2 A E Gladys Faye Barnes Kenly, N. C. Juanita Bell Asheville, N. C. Hugh Hammond Bennett, Jr. Washington, D. C. Barbara Ann Barrington Clayton, N. C. Horace Pope Benton Wilson, X C Joe Hill Barrington Lumberton, N. C. Harold Jay Berk Red Bank, N. J. Second Row Fourth Row Cornelia Elizabeth Bass Hopkinsville, Ky. X Eleanor Harriet Bernert West Hartford, Conn. Nell Covington Bass Hopkinsville, Ky. xn Douglas deVane Batchelor Coral Gables, Fla. K 2 Warren Howard Bernstein New York City TE Thomas Seabrook Biebigheiser Winston-Salem, N. C. Walter Winf red Baucom Monroe, N. C. Oscar McArthur Bizzell Newton Grove, N. C. Cyrus Simmonds Beard Greensboro, N. C. :x Jean Clardy Beeks Richmond. Va. Haywood Gilbert Bland, jr. Kelford, N. C. Franklin Dickinson Blanton Troutmans, N. C. JUNIORS 119 JUNIORS Elizabeth Howie Boatwright Richmond, Va. AAn Eva Kornegay Boatwright Richmond, Va. AAn Robert Lee Bobbitt Rocky Mount, N. C. AKE Frances Estaline Boggs Statesville, N. C. Frances Bonkemeyer Chadbourn, N. C. Julia Thruston Booker Chapel Hill, N. C. n b Seruml Row Mary Bo wen Burgaw, N. C. Ervin Thomas Bowie Statesville, N. C. Ralph Irving Bowman North Wilkesboro, N. C. Mary Guy Boyd Durham, N. C. Raymond West Bradley, Jr. Chapel Hill, N. C. Henry Branch, II Macon, Ga. A Edwin Briggs Washington, D. C. James Norment Britt Lumberton, N. C. Frederick Lee Broad, Jr. Mountain Lakes, N. J. Glenn Brooks, Jr. St. Petersburg, Fla. Ben Virginia Marion Broome Atlanta, Ga. George Rowland Brown Jacksonville, Fla. 2 AE Grace Alene Brown Hendersonville, N. C. Lucy Matthews Brown Holly Springs, Miss. AAA Oran Kline Brown New York, N. Y. Robert Frederick Brown, Jr. Asheville, N. C. William Cobb Bullock, Jr. Roxboro, N. C. II K A Henry King Burgwyn Woodland, N. C. ATfl Archie Raymond Burnette, Jr. Tarboro, N. C. X Ralph Edwin Burnette Richmond, Va. Robert Lynn Bursley Charlotte, N. C. Edward K. Burton Milton, N. C. Trent Busby Salisbury, N. C. Mary Elizabeth Byers St. Petersburg, Fla. cond Row Mary Louise Caldwell Tallahassee, Fla. nB$ William Cozart Calhoun Augusta, Ga. K A David Martin Callaway State Road, N. C. George Franklin Cameron, Jr. Beaumont, Texas Orton Jasper Cameron Carthage, N. C. Elizabeth Boswell Campbell Canastota, N. Y. Ain Orville Bentley Campbell Hickory, N. C. Jean Cardwell Madison, N. C. Austin Heaton Carr Durham, N. C. Z AE Dudley DeWitt Carroll, Jr. Chapel Hill, N. C. George Hill Carter Lenoir, N. C. William Hiner Carter Greensboro, N. C. Robert Manly Cashwell Ingold, N. C. Roy Murton Cathey, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. John Randolph Chambliss Rocky Mount, N. C. 2 N AE A Wallace W. Chappell Elizabeth City, N. C. K t K.ithryn Crews Charles Aberdeen, N. C. Xfi John Lewis Cheshire Wilmington, N. C. JUNIORS r? -m W ift. 4£b ,1 JUNIORS Cornelia Josey Clark Scotland Neck, N. C. Carolyn Earlene Clayton Norco, La. a An William Thomas Clifton Louisburg, N. C. Dudley DuBose Cocke Norfolk, Va. 2 N Helen Anna Laura Cole Asheville, N. C. Louise Palmer Coleman Asheville, N. C. hirdBow Richard Lawrence Cowhig Charlotte, N. C. Ben James Trammell Cox Lynchburg, Va. Noe Cox Chapel Hill, N. C. William Clarke Cox Drexel, N. C. George Coxhead St. Petersburg, Fla. 2 N Anne Taylor Craft Gate City, Va. Lyman Pelton Collins, Jr Hempstead, N. Y. Olive Conescu Brooklyn, N. Y. Audrey Bernice Conley Franklin, N. C. lack Lane Connelly Morganton, N. C. Roy Lee Connor Shelby, N. C. Cecil Knox Council, Jr. Wilmington, N. C. Fovrth Bow Ann Elizabeth Crago Gainesville, Fla. xa Junius Atwood Craven Mocksville, N. C. Henry Foil Craver Winston-Salem, N. C. James Ralph Crawford North Wilkesboro, N. C. John Little-field Crawford Franklin, N. C. Bennett Rudolph Creech Raleigh, N. C. X B Theodore Creznic Harrisburg, Pa. Anne Douglas Cromartie Elizabethtown, N. C. A A n James Clarence Crone Goldsboro, N. C. Jayne Elizabeth Crosby- Savannah, Ga. xn Lucile Lytton Culbert Marion, Va. Charles Dixon Cunningham Chapel Hill, N. C. Eugene Milburn Davant Charlotte, N. C. A K E Dorothy Lee Davenport Asheville, N. C. William Leonard Davey, Jr. Concord, N. C. n k a Gail Davidson Linden, N. J. a An Richard Emerson Davis Durham, N. C. Robert Lang Davis Farmville, N. C. A K E Dorothy Roueche Cutting Statesville, N. C. Sarah Beth Dail Dunn, N. C. Sam Spach Dalton Winston-Salem, N. C. Charles Lee Daniels Williamston, N. C. Theodor M. G. Danziger Chapel Hill, N. C. Lucille Shirley Darvin New City, N. Y. Melissa Elizabeth Dean Cleveland He ights, Ohio Lawrence Edward Deans Selma, N. C. Louis Hector DeArmas Tampa, Fla. Danny Logan Deaver River Edge, N. J. 2 X Joseph Paul Demeri Brooklyn, N. Y. David E. Denby Brooklyn, N. Y. JUNIORS 123 JUNIORS Theodore Dichter New York, N. Y. Martha Jane Dickinson Washington, D. C. K A Nora Thompson Dicks Rockingham, N. C. n b John Walker Diffendal High Point, N. C. ATfl Benjamin Francis Dinkins Winston-Salem, N. C. Arthur Wilson Dixon Gastonia, N. C. Richard Langston Eddy Port Washington, N. Y. Thomas Russell Edens Lumberton, N. C. A Keith Seymour Edmister Lisle, N. Y. Betty Philmore Edwards Guilford College, N. C. Richard Pierpont Edwards Lisle, N. Y. Richard Walter Edwards Seaboard, N. C. Nancy Craig Dixon Belmont, N. C. Drewry Lanier Donnell, Jr. Oak Ridge, N. C. K 2 Jane Hamilton Durning Louisville, Ky. Elizabeth Cary Eames Berkeley, Cal. lames Sydney Earle Oyster Bay, L. I., N. Y. Cary Moore Early Aulander, N. C. Joseph Bivens Efird, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. 2 N Richard Vaughn Ehrick Findlay, Ohio John Drew Elliot Charlotte, N. C. Charles Sadelson Elliott Charlotte, N. C. Joseph Miller Elkins Murphy, N. C. Bernice Eltinge Fort Lauderdale, Fla. First Row Third Row Robert Whitaker Elwell Charles William Feuchtenberger Camden, N. J. Bluefield,W. Va. A6 Jesse Estroff Brooklyn, N. Y. Walter Geddie Fields, Jr. Chapel Hill, N. C. Lester Philip Etter Lebanon, Pa. John Alan Finn TE Carney ' s Point, N. J. Harris Weldon Everett Jacksonville, Fla. Eugenia Hoyt Fishel Sumter, S. C. William Holt Faircloth A A II Clinton, N. C. Dolphus Taylor Fisher K 2 Rocky Mount, N. C. Richard Henry Farley Ashbury Park, N. J. Robert Castle Fisher X New York City Second Row Fourth Bow Guy Cone Farmer Julie Middleton FitzSimons Bailey, N. C. Atlanta, Ga. Edward Garrason Farrow Floyd Fitzler Fleming New Bern, N. C. Middleburg, N. C. Henry Ross Feimster Betty Lou Fletcher Scotts, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. Joe Andrew Felmet Morton Paul Flower Asheville, N. C. William Lacy Felts Forest Hills, N. Y. Holt Elam Flynt JUNIORS Charlotte, N. C. Germanton, N. C. Ben Samuel Edgar Fennegan, Jr. George Anderson Foote Fairmont, N. C. Portsmouth, Va. K A JUNIORS Virginia Stanard Forbes Atlanta, Ga. Reuben Ford Lincolnton, N. C. AT!) Edmund Conger Forehand Edenton, N. C. 2 N William Ray Frazier High Point, N. C. A TO Claire Elizabeth Freeman Raleigh, N. C. George Milton French Bluefield.W. Va. Walter Hawley Funke Scarsdale, N. Y. Katherine Elizabeth Gaither Statesville, N. C. William Everett Garwood Salem, N. J. Albert Clarke Gaskill New Bern, N. C. Lee Edward Gaskins Ayden, N. C. William Cortell Gay Rocky Mount, N. C. Marion Beth Freschel New York, N. Y. Edith Beatrice Fromme Brooklyn, N. Y. Joseph Frank Fulk Spencer, N. C. X Rebecca Jane Fulk Pilot Mountain, N. C. Marion Miot Fuller Raleigh, N. C. Z Ray Funderburk Chapel Hill, N. C. Robert Allen George Mount Airy, N. C. nK2 Robert Gersten Long Beach, N. Y. Laura Ruth Gholson Wilmington, N. C. Fred Bernard Gillman New Haven, Conn. Joshua Goldberg Norwich, Conn. Frank Morton Goldsmith Scarsdale, N. Y. Herbert Wesley Gooding Hookerton, N. C. Katharine Newbol d Goold Raleigh, N. C. Irving Gordon Plainfield, N. J. Robert Coningsby Gordon Norfolk, Va. Jean Barbara Gott Chattanooga, Tenn. Hundley Rankin Gover Charlotte, N. C. 2 A E Third Rule Sam Thorne Gregory Halifax, N. C. K A John Hawkins Gribbin Asheville, N. C. K A Thomas Brooks Griffin Monroe, N. C. M A George Grotz, III New York, N. Y. X Rudolf Grun New Rochelle, N. Y. Francis Albert Gugert Chapel Hill, N. C. X Betty Ellen Gragg Bainbridge, Ga. Anna Jean Grant Murphy, N. C. Richard Franklin Green Morrisville, N. C. (oseph Harold Greenberg Brooklyn, N. Y. James Brooks Greenwood Charlotte, N. C. T A A E A James Sherrill Gregory- Hays, N. C. James Wood row Guy Stony Point, N. C. Martha Eleanor Guy New-land, N. C. Norma Diana Haber New York, N. Y. Jean Hahn Wyomissing, Pa. Robert Cecil Haldeman Doylestown, Pa. Helen Pope Hall Tarboro, N. C. JUNIORS ti. fo £ ] «, vmA w WE FORGOT OUR BOOKS... " HOUSEMOTHER ' S HORROR + YEAH, WE BEAT DUKE + ON INTO THE NIGHT + SQUEEZE BOX MELANCHOLIA + FIELD TRIP FATIGUE + FORTUNE BY LAMPLIGHT ACQUIRING POLISH AND THE GREEN WAVE CAME HOW TO TAKE ON FOUR COEDS AT ONCE TEN-FIFTY-FIVE JUNIORS James Montgomery Hall Asheville, N. C. Thomas Livingston Hallett New York, N. Y. Eleanor Ham Clarksdale, Miss. n b George Edloe Ham Goldsboro, N. C. Emma Rebecca Hamilton Morehead City, N. C. Roswell Woodrow Hamlett Durham, N. C. Second Row Oliver Paul Hamrick. Jr. Boiling Springs, N. C. Frank Borden Hanes Winston-Salem, N. C. 2 A E Jarvis Aubrey Hanes Winston-Salem, N. C. Eugene Ramsey Hardin Lumberton, N. C. T A Joseph Norman Harper Rocky Mount, N. C. Paul E. Harper, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. Arthur Miller Harris, Jr. Durham,- N. C. Frederick Gentry Harris Spartanburg, S. C. John Lindsay Harris Louisburg, N. C. Louis Smith Harris New Haven, Conn. TE Virginia Harrison Little Rock, Ark. n b Jane Coombs Hartt Avon Park, Fla. Fourth Row Holstein Harvey Bellevue, Del. A Robert William Harwell Mooresville, N. C. Audrey Lee Hawkins Canton, N. C. Walter Borden Hawkins Jacksonville. Fla. A9 Agnes Robinette Hayes Hillsboro, N. C. Garland Carey Hayes Hartwell, Ga. George Hayes Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Charles Allen Headlee Wilkinsburg, Pa. James Robert Helms Monroe, N. C. Chester Joseph Helsabeck, Jr. Walnut Cove, N. C. Albert Brockney Hendricks Cristobal, Canal Zone Homer Hunter Henry Waynesville, N. C. Gordon dePencier Hicks Middletown, N. Y. James Albert Highsmith Greensboro, N. C. Chester Wilson Hill Ahoskie, N. C. Mildred Holloway Hill Murphy, N. C. Charles Clifton Hinds South Bend, Ind. Truman McGill Hobbs Selma, Ala. AKE Louis Edward Hodges, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. Lucie Vanstory Hodges New Bern, N. C. Troy Crews Hodges Leaksville, N. C. Cyrus Dunlap Hogue Wilmington, N. C. AKE Hugh Stanley Hole Greensboro, N, C. Ben Eugene Matthew Holland China Grove, N. C. Fourth Row James Burwell Holland Statesville, N. C. K2 Martha Alice Holland Holland, Va. Harry DeWitt Hollingsworth Goldsboro, N. C. Lloyd Dixon Hollingsworth, Jr. Wilmington, N. C. William Kern Holoman Raleigh, N. C. Corrie Vernon Holt Burlington, N. C. K A JUNIORS JUNIORS First Row Third Row Etheldred Henry Holt Robert Stuart Hutchison, Jr. Princeton, N. C. Charlotte, N. C. i r a Annah Gray Hoover William Stanley Hyatt Owensboio, Ky. Dillingham, N. C. John Sylvester Hopkins Durham, N. C. K2 Bickett Idol High Point, N. C. r A Curtis William Howard, Jr. William Braxton Ingram Kinston, N. C. Norwood, N. C. Z -i ' Robert Webb Howard Horace B. Ives Mooresville, N. C. Maribel, N. C. Webb Caldwell Howell, Jr. Dorothy Louise Jackson Cherryville, N. C. High Point, N. C. Second Row Fourth Row Sherman Hubbard Elizabeth Bell Jackson Thomasville, N. C. Tryon, N. C. Ellen Noah Hudson Rebecca Byers Jackson Chapel Hill, N. C. xn Arnold Beltrain Hendersonville, N. C. Huff, Jr. Arthur Winston Jacocks High Point, N. C. 2 X Norfolk, Va. K A Tom Hughes Royal D. James, Jr. Durham, N. C. Derita, N. C. Joseph Strange Huske, Fayetteville, N. C. Jr. Arthur Lincoln Jansen White Plains, N. Y. $TA Charles Edward Hussey Rhodes Nelson Jennette Tarboro, N. C. i r a Washington, N. C. Glenn Hays Johnson Greensboro, N. C. Harry Ferguson Johnson Ingold, N. C. Joseph Edward Johnson Wilmington, N. C. James Leslie Johnson Buies Creek, N. C. Marion Elsie Johnson West Hartford, Conn. Ralph Emerson Johnson Stantonsburg, N. C. John Clinton Johnston Catawissa, Pa. Harrell Cheek Joines Sparta, N. C. Charles Goodman Jones Bluefield, W. Va. Jack Fremont Jones Asheviile, N. C. IT K A Ruth Holt Jones Augusta, Ga. Arthur Melville Jordan, Jr. Chapel Hill, N. C. A George L. Jordan, Jr. Kinsron, N. C. AE A John Richard Jordan, Jr. Winton, N. C. n K A Edward Thornton Jurney Winston-Salem, N. C. Frank Ross Justice Raleigh, N. C. 2 X Edward Lazarus Kalin Hendersonville, N. C. T E Maurice Arnold Kanter Passaic, N. J. Fuurth Bow Lawrence S. Karger Brooklyn, N. Y. Janet Marie Kayser White Plains, N. Y. Harold Hardinge Keith Asheviile, N. C. Hortense Edwina Kelley New Church, Va. Richard Leon Kendrick Llizabeth City, N. C. A K E A E A Joe Wollett Kennedy Durham, N. C. r r w «. 1 f tt JUNIORS tmmt 133 JUNIORS Rowland Bellamy Kennedy Raleigh, N. C. II K A John Price Kerr Mooresville, N. C. Maury W. Kershaw Jamaica, N. Y. Gip I. Kimball Winston-Salem, N. C. Preston R. King Leesburg, Fla. James Russell Kirby Lucama, N. C. Walter Moore Lambeth Charlotte, N. C. Ben Edward Robert Lamson Hopewell, N. J. AX2 Stephen Bruce Langfeld Philadelphia, Pa. Ethel Geraldine Lawner Brooklyn, N. Y. Frank Mathewson Lawrence, Jr. Glenridge, N. J. II K A Herman Dewey Lawson Kinston, N. C. Jane Knight Chapel Hill, N. C. n b Mary Wellons Knowles Wallace, N. C. Hal Kohn, Jr. Newberry, S. C. William Andrew Krusen Zephyrhills, Fla. k r Boston McGee Lackey, Jr. Lenoir, N. C. ♦ MA Robert Stansbury Lambert Rutherford, N. J. Fourth . ' »»■ James Stanley Leary, Jr. Ahoskie, N. C. Joan Lucinda Lee Port Washington, L. I., N. Y. Mary Elizabeth Leech Live Oak, Fla. A A n Whitlock Lees Asheville, N. C. 11 A Elizabeth Leffler Sanford, Fla. n b j Rose Eleanor Lefkowitz Winston-Salem, N. C. John Rosser LeGrande Mehane, N. C. Lawrence Lerner Brooklyn, N. C. Ralph Z. Levy Nashville, Tenn. ZBT Elwyn Charles Lewis Tomahawk, N. C. Stanley Jesse Lieber Gastonia, N. C. Marion Eleanor Lippincott Ridgewood, N. J. Walter Bennett Love, Jr. Monroe, N. C. Gwendolyn Emma Jean Lowder Mt. Pleasant, N. C. Louise Laurie Lupton New Bern, N. C. Elsie Schurler Lyon Grand Beach, Mich. Muriel Edith Mallison Lafayette, La. Fletcher Cullen Mann Pittsboro, N. C. Second Row Robert I. Lipton Wilmington, N. C. George Deaver Long Morganton, N. C. KI Walter Franklin Long, III Rockingham, N. C. A Tt2 William Arthur Loock, Jr. New Rochelle, N. Y. 2 N Fred William Love Delray Beach, Fla. A T n Sadie June Love Asheville, N. C. Roger Cornwell Mann Rye, N. Y. Harry Corpening Martin Lenoir, N. C. William Augustus Martin Smithfield, N. C. William T. Martin Raleigh, N. C. Joseph Louis Marymont New York, N. Y. Constance Alicia Mason Forest Hills, L. I., N. Y. JUNIORS Mm e a JUNIORS Lola Eleanor Mason Montezuma, Ga. Joe Hugh Mathis Rural Hall, N. C. S. Roger Matthews Thomasville, N. C. A 2 II Leonard John Matte Luzerne, Pa. Henry Stratford May Haw River, N. C. K I Richard Alvis May Burlington, N. C. K2 Second Row Hilah Ruth Mayer Raleigh, N. C. Armando Mayorga New York, N. Y. Fernando Mayorga New York, N. Y. A Thomas Samuel Means Spartanburg, S. C. 2 A E Randy Sloan Mebane Blowing Rock, N. C. Marvin Raymond Mendelsohn Far Rockaway, N. Y. 136 Moyer Mendenhall, Jr. Thomasville, N. C. A2 IT Joseph Warren Mengel Greensboro, N. C. Edward Clifton Merrill Asheville, N. C. William Joseph Merritt Woodsdale, N. C. George Wright Meyer Chapel Hill, N. C. X -V Helen Vivian Milam Jacksonville, Fla. a An Fourth Row Julian Sydney Miller, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Lewis Felton Mitchell Greensboro, N. C. David Carlton Mock Lexington, N. C. Henry Mario Moll Chapel Hill, N. C. William Woodrow Montgomery, III Radnor, Pa. Charles Dennis Moody Waynesville, N. C. Douglas Alderman Moody Lexington, Ky. Alice Harby Moore Sumter, N. C. John McDowell Moore, Jr Lexington, N. C. Mary Winn Moore Kinston, N. C. Sewell Trezevant Moore Weldon, N. C. Edward C. Mooring La Grange, N. C. Ernest Howard Morris Chapel Hill, N. C. James Eugene Morrison, Jr. Maxton, N. C. Joe Mottsman Hendersonville, N. C. Gene Neal Munves New Rochelle, N. Y. ZBT Cameron Murchison Washington, D. C. ATfl Cyrus Mack Murphy Charlotte, N. C. Claude Allen Myers Newton, N. C. Helen Elaine MacKay Orlando, Fla. James Nelson McAbee High Point, N. C. AS n Joseph David McAlister Cerro Gordo, N. C. Ruth Matie McCants Norfolk, Va. A SrSl Julia Marie McClure Lancaster, Pa. n b Fourth Row Floyd Brown McCombs, Jr. Kannapolis, N. C. Mary Thompson McCormic Rowland, N. C. John Maglenn McCormick Sanford, N. C. Betty Burnette McCracken Canton, N. C. Julian Hiram McDaniel Marysville, N. C. Mildred Clark McElmurray Augusta, Ga. IT B JUNIORS 137 138 DONT MIND US— WE JUST EAT HERE LET ' S GET AWAY FROM IT ALL ' ALLAH IS ALL-MIGHTY " HEJHJ HBf Sli " ;. f SiM E£v 139 JUNIORS Martin Craft McGilvary Marshville, N. C. Kenneth H. Mclntyre Hampton, Va. John Jones Mclver Sanford, N. C. Nancy Mclver Charlotte, N. C. Jean Gregory McKenzie West Palm Beach, Fla. X William Louis McKinnon Wadesboro, N. C. A i; II S rinnl Ii ' OlV Lennox Polk McLendon Greensboro, N. C. 2 A E Norman McLeod Sanford, N. C. Joseph Hamilton McLeskey, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Richard Greyard McMillan McDonald, N. C. Herbert Steed McNairy Laurinburg, N. C. Kathryn Louise McNamee Bloomsbury, Pa. Fred Wilder McNeil, Jr. Ferguson, N. C. Mary J. Nackos Wilson, N. C. Mary Elizabeth Nash Alexandria, Va. Eva Mae Nee Norfolk, Va. William Collins Neely Wynnewood, Pa. X Charlie Stephen Nelson Charlotte, N. C. X Fourth Row Rhoda Danish Nelson Charlotte, N. C. Mary Harriett Nesbit Washington, D. C. Elizabeth Ellen New Gastonia, N. C. Jennie Wells Newsome Chapel Hill, N.C. II B Talmage Edward Newton Kinston, N. C. K2 Harriet Williford Noell Goldsboro, N. C. HO George Mcintosh Norwood Raleigh, N. C. A. Gwen Nowell Raleigh, N. C. X Dorothy Oakes Portland, Maine Robert Milton Olive, Jr. Fayetteville, N. C. A TO John Moultrie Oliver Fayetteville, N. C. X John Wilkinson-Steele Ord Union, N. J. Oliver Hamilton Orr, Jr. Brevard, N. C. William Chase Orr, Jr. Bay Shore, N. Y. 2 X Harriet Cecile Osment Mount Olive, N. C. Marvin Ostrowsky Far Rockaway, N. Y. HA Jonas G. Owens Pinetops, N. C. Oscar Lindsey Owens, Jr. Elizabeth City, N. C. riK a Thaddeus Claude Parham Marietta, N. C. Benjamin Franklin Park Raleigh, N. C. 2 N Walter Linton Parsley Wilmington, N. C. r a Elbert Randolph Partridge, Jr. Atlanta, Ga. 49 Guy Warren Paul Highlands, N. C. David Pearlman Asheville, N. C. TE Fourth Row Elizabeth Woodley Peery Kinston, N. C. William Pettway Jones Peete Warrenton, N. C. ARE George Starling Pelletier Maysville, N. C. II K Morton Irving Petuske Reidsville, N. C. A Ann Moon Peyton Concord, N. C. XS! Claude Robert Pfaff Winston-Salem, N. C. JUNIORS tii 4 ,. JUNIORS Charles Speas Phillips Southern Pines, N. C. Kenneth D. Pigford, Jr. Willard, N. C. Louis Julien Poisson Wilmington, N. C. 2 N Mary Alyce Pollard Yazoo City, Miss. IT B Georgia Stith Poole Mullins, S. C. A All T. Harold James Pope Greensboro, N. C. |ames Frederick Pullen Chapel Hill, N. C. Charles Gildea Pyle Bronxville, N. Y. S K2 Hugh Pemberton Quimby Columbia, S. C. A t fi A Z IT Aaron Solomon Raisin Charleston, S. C. Shirley T. Raisler New York City Hannah Pickett Rancke Rockingham, N. C. „,i u„ Edwin Smith Pou Raleigh, N. C. Ben Robert William Powers Atlanta, Ga. A9 Joel Earnest Presson Wingate, N. C. William James Price Winston-Salem, N. C. Jeter Conley Pritchard Asheville, N. C. K William St. Clair Pugh Smithfield, N. C. James Gamble Ratterree Kin gs Mountain, N. C. William Alec Rawls, Jr. Rocky Mount, N. C. Peter B. Raymond New York, N. Y. Catherine Jane Rehn Columbus, O. AAA Dave S. Reid Winston-Salem, N. C. Ben Henry Wade Reynolds, Jr. Gibbstown, N. J. K2 First Ron- Wert Baxter Rhyne, Jr. Cherrwille, N. C. X Enoch Blair Rice, Jr. Belton, S. C. A9 Clarence Dixon Richardson Black Mountain, N. C. Steward Shaw Richardson Macon, Ga. A9 David Burton Ricks Hanes, N. C. K A John Alexander Riely New York, N. Y. " Oiul Rnrr Zennie Lawrence Riggs Maysville, N. C. James Benjamin Ritchie High Point, N. C. Charles Austin Robbins Rocky Mount, N. C. 2 N Landon Haynes Roberts Marshall, N. C. Ben Richard Dow Roberts Asheville, N. C. Harry Stroud Robertson Tampa, Fla. David Wilkinson Robinson New Bern, N. C. Arthur Hamilton Rogers, Jr. Society Hill, S. C. James O ' Brien Rogers Charlotte, N. C. Jordan Thomas Rogers Hartsville, S. C. Manfred Paul Rogers Richmond, Va. Russell Rogers San Antonio, Texas Fmtrth Row Max Hanson Rohn Baltimore, Md. Albert A. Rose Durham, N. C. TE Robert Lloyd Rose Smithiield, N. C. K2 Betty S. Rosenblum Daytona Beach, Fla. George Robert Rouiller Baltimore, Md. JUNIORS Richard Randall Roundy Camaguey, Cuba JUNIORS |ohn Lawrence Rowe Aberdeen, N. C. Henry Latimer Rudolph Asheville, N. C. •I ' AM Clarence Lee Rurhn Tarboro, N. C. r a Virginia Faith Russell Lincolnton, N. C. Barbara Carr San St. Petersburg, Fla. Charles Glenn Sawyer New Bern, N. C. Frank Edward Saylor Winston-Salem, N. C. Charles Foster Scarborough, Jr. Mt. Gilead, N. C. Louis Jay Scheinman New York, N. Y. Fred K. Schmidt Plainfield, N. J. X Edward A. Schroeder, III Maplewood, N. J. James Richard Schurz Pennington, N. J. William B. Schwartz, Jr. Atlanta, Ga. ZB T Zena Schwartz Charlotte, N. C. Robert Franklin Sears Elmhurst, L. I.,N. Y. A J. Emmett Sebrell Charlotte, N. C. K A Murray Richard Secher Brooklyn, N. Y. n a William Henry Seeman Durham, N. C. Ben Fourth Row Arthur Frank Settlemyer, |r. Kannapolis, N. C. Sylvia Shaffer Spruce Pine, N. C. Donald Lloyd Shanor Butler, Pa. lames Murdoch Shaw, Jr. Fort Mill, S. C. Dorothy Elisabeth Sheldon Hoodsville, N. H. Rufus Shelkoff Greenwood, S. C. A First Row Third Row Samuel Sol Sherman Bessemer City, N. C. Paul Warren Simpson Washington, D. C. P M A Jean Larman Sherwood Washington, D. C. n b L. Hampton Short Charlotte, N. C. Ernest Frederick Skillman Williamsburg, Va. James E. Skipper Chapel Hill, N. C. Joseph Edward Shytle Hendersonville, N. C. Bernard Slavin Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Stephen White Siddle, Jr. Reidsville, N. C. X Rachel Catherine Sides Mount Airy, N. C. Charles Henry Sloan, Jr. Belmont, N. C. ITK A Harold Thomas Sloan Franklin, N. C. Second Row Fourth Row Stanley Auerbach Siegel Chapel Hill, N. C. Irvin M. Sigal West Hartford, Conn. David Silver Durham, N. C. Armistead Burwell Smith Gastonia, N. C. A Tfi Edward Albert Smith Haworth, N. J. S K2 Eileen M. Smith Asheville, N. C. Richard Emanuel Silverman New York, N. Y. Hubert Hearn Smith Oriental, N. C. Carl Julien Simon Augusta, Ga. Julian L. Smith Farmville, N. C. Peter John Simone Elizabeth, N. J. A XZ Rogers Terrell Smith Bowman, S. C. X S JUNIORS kdi JUNIORS William T. Snypes Goldsboro, N. C. Daniel Creighton Sossomon Chapel Hill, N. C. Eleanor Sylvia Soule Tacoma, Wash. Harold Ingram Spainhour Winston-Salem, N. C. David Thomas Sparrow Aurora, N. C. Randolph Louis Speight Wilson, N. C. Ben Second Row Charles Frost Speissegger Charleston, S. C. K A Reynold P. Spence La Grange, N. C. Williams Spicer, Jr. Goldsboro, N. C. AEA George Grower Spransy Durham, N. C. Alonzo G. Squires Kelly, N. C. Clyde Morton Stallings Morehead City, N. C. Richard Oates Steele Charlotte, N. C. Louis Cornelius Stephens Dunn, N. C. Robert Hugh Stephenson Severn, N. C. Hilda Stern Chapel Hill, N. C. James William Stewart, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. Robert Ralph Stoinoff Sanford, Fla. F urth Row Joan Lucille Stoker Albemarle, N. C. Alice Frances Stokes Newsom, N. C. William Donald Stone Raleigh, N. C. XB Grover Cleveland Stowe, Jr. Gaffney, S. C. Margery Ann Strass Baltimore, Md. Blaine T. Stroupe Charlotte, N. C. First Row Th ird Row Myrtle Louise Stumberg Tallassee, Ala. William Clark Thomasson Hamptonville, N. C. William Owen Sheppard Sutherland, Jr. Wilmington, N. C. Jesse Francis Swan Palm Beach, Fla. 2X MA Margaret Catherine Swanton Washington, D. C. Boots Marie Thompson Summit, Miss. ITB Melmuth Wilson Thompson Winston-Salem, N. C. William Holladay Thornton Wilmington, N. C. George Webster Swicegood Spencer, N. C. William Jennings Swink Miami, Fla. X Second Row James Preston Thorp Fries, Va. Z John Daniel Thorp Fries, Va. Z-ir F ' ntrt i Row Harrison Matthews Symmes, Jr. Wilmington, N. C. Nelson Ferebee Taylor Oxford, N. C. Z Robert Leonard Taylor Brooklyn, N. Y. Charles Walter Tillett, III Charlotte, N. C. 2 AE Claude Augustus Tillman, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Walter Carr Timberlake Durham, N. C. Sarah Alice Taylor Charlotte, N. C. Robert Scott Tolmach Bethel, Conn. Virginia Bowman Terry Hamlet, N. C. C. D. Thomas Charlotte, N. C. EX Robert Dutilh Torrey Philadelphia, Pa. A William Roy Totherow Asheville, N. C. JUNIORS JUNIORS First Rule Third Row George Roy Trammell Canton, N. C. James Elliott Vawter Winston-Salem, N. C. Grace Wilbur Trout Jacksonville, Fla. AAA Arthur Vaughn Tucker Greensboro, N. C. Howard Crawford Vick Tarboro, N. C. K A A 2 n Thomas Clifton Wagstaff Roxboro, N. C. Charles Jackson Tucker Warrenton, N. C. Paul William Wall Morganton, N. C. Harry Tucker, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. A A Remus Strather Turner Wilson, N. C. Peter Ambrose Wallenborn, Jr. Charlottesville, Va. Moses Albert Walker Newport, N. C. Second Row Fourth Row Morton Bruce Ulman Kew Gardens, N. Y. TE Adolph Joseph Urban Newark, N. J. Robert Manning Vail Rutherford, N. J. 2 X Thomas Carroll Vail Pikeville, N. C. Kathryne S. Walsh Savannah, Ga. Hubert Cozart Walston Wilson, N. C. Z Ira Albert Ward Chapel Hill, N. C. Jane Sparkman Ward Chapel Hill, N. C. John Robert Van Hecke Chapel Hill, N. C. William I. Ward, Jr. Graham, N. C. 4» A G Bennie Vatz Kinston, N. C. Wendell Robert Ware St. Petersburg, Fla. 148 First Bow Third Row Billy Anne Warren Sumter, S. C. Harold Wescott Wells Wilson, N. C. Frederick Monroe Waters Hendersonville, N. C. Robert Conrad Werner Drexel Hill, Pa. Nancy Waters Garden City, N. Y. Hannah Carter Weskett New Bern, N. C. Larkin Douglass Watson Barnesville, Ga. Cameron West Walstonburg, N. C. Robert Edward Watson Murfreesboro, N. C. Sidney Phoenix Watson Ahoskie, N. C. Douglas Hailing West Montclair, N. J. K2 Robert Marshall West Salisbury, N. C. Second Row Fourth Row Ramsey Weathersbee Wilmington, N. C. Jack Sherard Wharton Goldsboro, N. C. Allan W. Webb Harrison, N. Y. Luther Addison Weddington Concord, N. C. Richard Lindsey Wharton Greensboro, N. C. A9 Virginia Lewis Whipple Vienna, Ga. Roger Weil New York, N. Y. Robert Walter Weis New York, N. Y. M A Charles Cecil Wells Washington, D. C. Frank Ridley Whitaker, Jr. Goldsboro, N. C. Walter Jefferson Whitaker Andrews, N. C. Fred Henry White Hamden, Conn. n k a JUNIORS 149 W iJ ™C3 ' m ;m1 JUNIORS First Row Third Row Gayla Christine White Thomas Franklin Williams Birmingham, Ala. Landis, N. C. Gale Marganette White Roper, N. C. William Wright Williams, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. K A John Warner White Elizabeth Greenfield Wilson Nashville, Tenn. Batavia, N. Y. J A 9 Gerald Rodman Whitley, Jr. Steward Leigh Wilson Morehead City, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. 2N Floyd Gilbert Whitney, Jr. Atlanta, Ga. Margaret Ellen Wimberly Waynesboro, Ga. $ AG Paul Laster Wicker, Jr. Sanford, N. C. Patrick Henry Winston Chapel Hill, N. C. Fourth Row Second Row Jean Cecelia Wire Ara Stacy Wilburn Denver, Colo. Waynesville, N. C. Adrian Lee Wise Kenneth Worth Wilkins Charlotte, N. C. Mt. Olive, N. C. Bettye Osborne Withers Abe Willar Atlanta, Ga. A An Worcester, Mass. Joseph Maurice Wolfson Raymond Frederick Willeford Charleston, S. C. A9 Dean Lester Williams Atlanta, Ga. Asn White Plains, N. Y. Elizabeth Henderson Wood Asheville, N. C. Fred Lamay Wood Gibsonville, N. C. John Stuart Williams Winnetka, III. 2TE Betty Frost Woodhouse London Bridge, Va. XQ A TRIBUTE TO CHAPEL HILL By President Frank Graham In Chapel Hill among a friendly folk, this old University, the first state University to open its doors, stands on a hill set in the midst of beautiful forests under the skies that give their color and their charm to the life of youth gathered here. Traditions grow here with the ivy on the historic buildings and the moss on the ancient oaks. Friend- ships form here for the human pilgrimage. There is music in the air of the place. To the artist ' s touch flowers grow beautifully from the soil and plays come simply from the life of the people. Above the traffic of the hour, church spires reach toward the life of the spirit. Into this life, with its ideals, failures, and high courage, comes youth with his body and his mind, his hopes and his dreams. Scholars muster here the intellectual and spiritual resources of the race for the development of the whole personality of the poorest boy, and would make the University of North Carolina a stronghold of liberal learning with outposts of research along all frontiers of the world. Great teachers on this hill kindle the fires that burn for him and light up the heavens of the commonwealth with the hopes of light and liberty for all mankind. VIA REMOTE CONTROL + BUNNY AND THE BRUISER (AFTER OFFICE HOURS) STUDENT-FACULTY DAY WITH A PUNCH + ARTURO THE GREAT THEY AREN ' T ON SPEAKING TERMS PHI DELT HASH 153 JOHN HEARN MOVER HENDRIX LEM GIBBONS DAN THOMASON HOBART McKEEVER SOPHOMORE CLASS Officers John Barrett Hearn, Jr., President; Moyer Pinkston Hendrix, Vice-President; Lemuel Hardy Gibbons, Secretary; Dan Richardson Thomason, Treasurer; Hobart Loring Mc- Keever, Student Council Representative. Honor Council Hobart Loring McKeever, Robert Saun- ders, Edward Henry Hobbs, Floyd Cohoon, Jr., Bert Lester Bennett, Charles Edward Barrier, Jack Edward Markham, Henry Flant Osborne, Jr. 154 Executive Committee Jabie Heyward, Chairman; Samuel Gam- bill, Charles Hancock, Haskell Porcher, For- est Long, Horton Roundtree, Sylvan Meyer, C. C. Brewer, Harry Shalett, Robert Spence, Joseph Davis, Steve Karres, Daniel Wolf, Thomas White, Lattie Brown, Jr., William Sigler, Marie Waters. Dance Committee Bert Bennett, Chairman ; Steve Peck, Charles Neaves, Jack Markham, Felix Har- vey, Don Nicholson, George McCachren, Alonzo Folger, Brock Lyon, Joe Nelson, George Smith. Finance Committee William Lackey, Chairman; John Pecora, William Young, George Paine, William Thomas, Will Merrill, Samuel Williams, William Gambill, Yates Poteat, Lee Gravely, George Adams, Brooks Williams, Edward Michaels, Leonard Levine, Robert Page, Wil- liam Honan. Left to Right: SAUNDERS, HOBBS. COHOON, McKEEVER, BENNETT, BARRIER Clarence Leonidas Adams Raleigh, N. C. George Hackney Adams Wilson, N. C. Z +• Richard Adler New York. N. Y. Harry H. Allen Cherryville, N. C. John F. Allison Concord, N. C. Robert Tackson Andrews Wilmington, N. C. Thomas Eliot Andrews Newton Centre, Mass. X Edward John Antolini Rutherford. N. J. SX David Michael Arner Wilson. N. C. T E f M A Joseph Bedford Arrington, Jr. Asheville, N. C. Theodore Beresford Austin Media, Pa. Mary Ruth Aycock Princeton, N. C. Thomas Benjamin Baden Washington, D. C. IN Wesley Marvin Bagby Elk Park, N. C. David Coleman Bailey Asheville, N. C. Henry Gibson Barnard, Jr. Chattanooga, Tenn. A Jack Watson Barnes Ahoskie, N. C. 2 X William Faison Barnes Pinetops. N. C. Edgar Dalton Barnwell Edneyville, N. C. Charles Edward Barrier Concord. N. C. Irving Alperin Long Branch, N. J. Maurice J. Alpert Walden, N. Y. J. Herbert Altschull York. Pa. Dudley Reece Anderson Yadkinville. N. C. Roger W. Anderson Westfleld. N. J. Sam Jennings Asbury Washington, D. C. Ludwig Ash, Jr. Statesville. N. C. Russell Dean Atkins Vilas, N. C. Donald Bruce Atran New York, N. Y. Joseph Jordan Austin Badin. N. C. 2X Maylon Sumner Baker, Jr. Ahoskie, N. C. Harry Leslie Baldwin Liberty, N. C. K2 Joe W. Bales Thomasville. N. C. 2X David Armistead Barksdale Whiteville. N. C. Cyril B. Barlow Grosse Point, Michigan r A Mil 4l o f% r, f ■ W -» « t » f: ' :. ( SOPHOMORES 156 i A M f ' S f Clyde Ritchie Bell Asheville, N. C. Holley Mack Bell Windsor, N. C. K A Richard Samuel Bell Burlington, N. C. K A Thomas Rollins Bell Shawboro, N. C. K Alan Belmarsh Brookline, Mass. A David B. Bershtein Hamden, Conn. Richard Ernest Bernstein Mt. Vernon, N. Y. TE Charles Collins Beyer, II Overbrook, Pa. A6 Merkle Maxum Bingham Thomasville, N. C. Frederick Lionel Bloch Brooklyn, N. Y. Allen Borsky Hillside, N. J. Lloyd Cleveland Bost Shelby, N. C. John Robert Bourne Raleigh, N. C. r a Tom Willis Bowling Elm City, N. C. Charles William Bradshaw Raleigh, N. C. K A Edward Martin Barrier Concord, N. C. Charles Clifford Barringer Conover, N. C. Charles Columbus Bean Rocky Mount, N. C. r A Bryce Parker Beard, Jr. Salisbury. N. C. William Moore Beckham Statesville, N. C. K2 Bert Lester Bennett Winston-Salem, N. C. Charles Richard Bennett Asheville, N. C. Truett Vann Bennett Asheville, N. C. Lawrence S. Berluti Waterbury, Conn. Lynn Richmond Bernhardt Lenoir, N. C. Richard Sol Bloch Cleveland, Ohio Z B T Herman Blumberg New Rochelle, N. Y- Glenn Edwards Bogasse Raleigh, N. C. Elbert Willis G. Boogher, Jr. Merchantville, N. J. K A Paul Leon Bornet Washington, D. C. Bill Dalton Brady Siler City, N. C. Frank Lanier Branson, Jr Aiken, S. C. A William Otto Brasmer Evanston. Illinois Curtis Claude Brewer, Jr. Siler Cirv. N. C. Royce Everett Brewer Winston-Salem, N. C. SOPHOMORES Charles Nathaniel Briley Greenville, N. C. David Lofton Britt Bladenboro, N. C. Alfred Carter Broad Mountain Lakes, N. J. Alex Brody Sumter, S. C. T E John Roger Brooks, Jr. Kinston, N. C. 2X Daniel Davis Bruton, Jr. Chadbourn, N. C. Hoyle Sanders Bruton Thomasville, N. C. Edward Kedar Bryan Shanghai, China Z Harry Miller Bryant Gastonia, N. C. ATfi Dillard Bulluck Rocky Mount, N. C. Dell Bush Chapel Hill, N. C. Leonard Martin Byan Pelham, N. Y. Guy Lee Byerly Mount Airy, N. C. K2 James Byrd, Jr. Chadbourn, N. C. Robert Bryant Byrd Greensboro, N. C. David Russ Carroll Pensacola, Fla. 2N Hoyden Carruth Pleasantville, N. Y. Morrison Rankin Cart ' ther Graham, N. C. Henry Poor Chandler, Jr. Ithan, Pa. A Leon Clarence Cheek, Tr. Chapel Hill, N. C. L. Balfour Brookshire Asheville, N. C. Chauncey Brown Broome Peaehland, N. C. Lattie Hamer Brown, Jr. Norfolk, Va. 2 N Thomas Preston Brown Wilmington, N. C. William Thomas Brown Hamlet, N. C. Cale Burgess Raleigh, N. C. X Louis Dow Burkhead Asheboro, N. C. Ralph Burkley Raneveas, N. J. John Paul Burnett, Jr. Whitakers, N. C. Norman C. Burwen Wakefield, Mass. Fred Scott Caligan Waterbury, Conn. Lindsey Drayton Campbell Asheville, N. C. Frank Winfred Capel Greensboro, N. C. Graham Maxwell Carlton Salisbury. N. C. ARE Abby Carroll Brooklyn, N. Y. Y1 v SOPHOMORES ft n: f Philip Hatfield Clegg Dayton, Ohio AX A Alton Moese Clodfelter Thomasville, N. C. Harold Burgess Cohen Greenwich, Conn. Jerome Ernest Cohencious New York, N. Y. Howard Cohn Rochester, N. Y. ZBT Leonard Elkins Copen Boston, Mass. A Henry Leon Cox, Jr. Charleston, W. Va. Philip Ross Craver Lexington, N. C. Arthur Fleece Crenshaw St. Petersburg, Fla. Mebane Fearrington Croom Winston-Salem, N. C. Kenneth Currier Pacific Grove, Cal. SN Preston A. Cuthbertson, Jr. Chapel Hill, N. C. Larry Loughridge Dale Hornell, N. Y. Robert Frank Dalton High Point, N. C. Ben Wilton Evans Damon Greensboro, N. C. William Robert Cherry Ahoskie, N. C. Charles Everard Childs, Jr. Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. A Clarence Burns Clark Albemarle, N. C. Oliver Clinton Clark Snow Camp, N. C. David Arvine Clarke Doylestown, Pa. Floyd E. Cohoon Columbia, N. C. 2N Edward Barrett Colby Montclair, N. J, Louis Mercer Connor, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. TA William Douglas Conrad Winston-Salem, N. C. AX A Michael James Cooke Childs, Pa. Fred L. Crowson Fayetteville, N. C. Thomas Henry Crudup Henderson, N. C. ARE Sell Lunsford Culp, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Harry Hartsell Curl Creedmoor, N. C. Donald A. Currie Pinehurst. N. C. Maurice Van Hoesen Dann Elmira. N. Y. Alexander Shuford Davis Henderson, N. C. Z Joe Carpenter Davis Asheville. N. C. X Joe Vance Davis Waynesville, N. C. John Franklin Davis Greensboro, N. C. SOPHOMORES Junius Weeks Davis, Jr. Edenton, N. C. AKE Thomas Searle Deering Philadelphia, Pa. Fred Dees, Jr. Burgaw, N. C. AX Beecher Tate Denton Charlotte, N. C. Wallace deWitt Erie, Pa. Vernon Stanley Drewry Roanoke, Va. Gerald David Drucker Astoria, L. I., N. Y. Reid Davis Drum Catawba, N. C. Jackson Elliott Dube New York, N. Y. n a Hugh Hammond DuBose Columbia, S. C. 2 A E Elton Edwards Goldsboro, N. C. Rubin Vance Eller Salisbury, N. C. Tom F. Ellis Wilmington, Del. Z William Edward Elmore, Jr Lumberton, N. C. TA Augustus George English Charlotte. N. C. Robert Cecil Farris Swagersville, Pa. John Andrew Feuchtenberger Bluefleld, W. Va. AG Arthur Fischer Brooklyn, N. Y. David Allen Fiske, Jr. Greensboro, N. C. Felix Arthur Fletcher Chicago, 111. K2 Thomas Green Dill New Bern, N. C. AKE Frederick William Dock Wilmington, N. C. Charles Joseph Donovan Richmond Hill, N. Y. X Hugh Dortch, Jr. Goldsboro, N. C. Richard Calvin Dreyfuss New York. N. Y. Joseph Barnelle Earnhardt Greensboro, N. C. Charles Metivier Easter Baltimore, Md. Irwin Stutz Ebel Brooklyn, N. Y. Thomas Henry Edens Hampstead, N. C. Thomas Murray Edmondson Tarboro, N. C. Frances Aida Epps Chapel Hill, N. C. Jack Evans Miami Beach, Fla John Wesley Evans Charlotte, N. C. Kenneth Norman E ' -ensen Floral Park, N. Y. Evan Ira Farber Great Neck, N. Y. SOPHOMORES " f ' J Abraham Freedman Mount Vernon. N. V. Richard W. Freeman Moline, III. 2X Samuel Rinehart Freeman Rocky Mount. N. C. Theodore Roger Frucht Raleigh, N. C. Walter Eugene Furr Franklin, N. C. Marcellus Craig Garner Asheville. N. C. Henry Martin Garwes Savannah, Ga. 2 A E Charles M. Gaylord Leland. N. C. K f Harold Wayne Gee Winston-Salem, N C. Claude S. George Reidsville. N. C. Robert Raymond Glikin New York City Sanford Goldberg Brooklyn. N. Y. n a Morton Herbert Golby Brooklyn, N. Y. n A George Harris Gooch Henderson, N. C. Raymond Holt Goodrich, Jr. Woodbridge, Conn. Alonzo Dillard Folger Mt. Airy, N. C. K2 Edith Jackson Fore Chapel Hill. N. C. William L. Foster Asheville, N. C. Rufus Wade Fox Greensboro, N. C. Robert Perry Frankel Philadelphia. Pa. William Hinson Gallagher Charlotte. N. C. Donald Alfred Gallant Charlotte, N. C. Ben Thomas Galloway Moultrie, Ga. Ira Samuel Gambill, Jr. Elkin, X. C. William Gentry Gambill Elkin, N. C. Lemuel Hardy Gibbons Hamlet. N. C. ARE Wallace Duncan Gibbs, Jr. Charlotte. N. C. K2 Robert M. Gilbreth Montclair, N. J. Jack William Ginsberg Greensboro, N. C. Haskell Bertrand Gleicher Brooklyn, N. Y. Donald Thomas Graeff Queens Villiage, N. Y. Harrell Myers Graham Columbia. S. C. 2 A E Samuel Page Graham Cleveland. N. C. Lloyd Lee Gravely, Jr. Rocky Mount, N. C. Z Phillip Arden Greene Chapel Hill, N. C. SOPHOMORES 161 Quen;in Gregory Halifax, N. C. K A Thomas S. Greyard, Jr. McDonald, N. C. Bruce S. Grice Calypso, N. C. Jeremiah Devel Griesemer Chew Cliase, Md. A T a Harry Francis Griffin Elizabeth City, N. C. Dan Kirk Hamilton Chapel Hill. N. C. X Btf Burton Blaine Hampton Clemmons. N. C. Charles Hamlin Hancock- Oxford. X. C. Philip William Hardie, )r Chapel Hill, N. C. J. Coy Hardin Barnesville, X. C. C. Felix Harvey Kinston, N. C. K 2 Vernon Judson Harward, Jr. Durham, N. C. I AO Hurst Bunn Hatch, Jr. Raleigh. N. C. n k a John Barrett Hearn Wilson. N. C. Robert Miles Heitzeberg Great Neck. N. Y. X William Frederick Herpel West Palm Beach. Fla. 2 X Rufus McPhail Herring Clinton. N. C. ■I. A X E. Vernon Heughan Charlotte, N. C. James Smith Heyward Goldsboro. N. C. Ben George Franklin Hill, Jr. Elizabeth City, N. C. Ralph Oliver Griffin Spindale, N. C. James Irvin Groome High Point, N. C. Frand Farvier Grosedose, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Margaret Virginia Groves Chapel Hill, N. C. Samuel Ervin Hall Richmond. Va. 2 AE Lonnie Clayton Harrell Stantonsburg. X. C. Charlie Cooper Harris, Jr. Rocky Mount. N. C. Milton Bernard Harris Providence, R. I. Walker Harris, Jr. Forest City, N. C. Lloyd Bratton Harrison Washington, D. C. J. Garland Hendrix Winston-Salem. N. C. Mover Pinkston Hendrix Winston-Salem. X. C. John Tannery Henley Carv, N. C. K -i ' Joseph Baylor Henninger Chapel Hill, X. C. Joseoh Bascom Henson Walstonburg, N. C. SOPHOMORES kfetik : - ▲iht Jl • « it A i SOPHOMORES Townsend Stanley Holland, Jr. Chevy Chase, Maryland ZX William Laughin Holliday Siler City, N. C. Elmer P. Hollingshead, Jr. Scarsdale, N. Y. AK E Imla Cresson Holloway, Jr. Newton, N. C. Victor Boyce Hollowell Elizabeth City. N. C. Charles Clifton Hopkins, Jr Wilmington, N. C. Joseph House Beaufort. N. C. Thomas Allen Howard Mooresville, N. C. Charles Alfred Howe St. Utica. N. Y. Phil Hughes Tabor City. N. C. K 2 James Laurence Hutton, Jr Greensboro, N. C. Howard Imbrey New York, N. Y. n a George Campbell Irving Burlington, N. C. j Ae Sinclair Jacobs, Jr. Atlanta, Ga. Z B T lack Russell Jarvis, Jr. Elizabeth City, N. C. Edward Henry Hobbs Selma. Alabama IKE Samuel Huntington Hobbs, III Chapel Hill, N. C. AK E Howard Latham Hodges Greenville. N. C. 2 A E Robert Lee Hoke Williamsburg, Virginia AH Otis Lewis Holland Greensboro, N. C. James Eugene Holmes, Jr. Leaksville, N. C. Mary Cleland Holmes Chapel Hill. N. C. Lawrence Holzman Brooklyn, N. Y. William Joseph Honan Brooklyn. N. Y. William Harris Hooks Whiteville. N. C. Walter C. Humphreys, Jr. Greenville, S. C. K A Curtis Buck Hunter Burlington. N. C. Henry Blount Hunter, Jr. Norfolk, Va. Z Lawrence Edgar Hutchins YadkinvilTe, N. C. Bruce King Hutchinson Oxford. N. C. K Hugh Powell Jenkins, Jr. Washington, D. C. Rupert Watson Jernigan Chapel Hill, N. C. A n Edward Davis Joel Montclair, N. J. i? e ii Alcy Daniel Johnson Benson. N. C. James Henry Johnson Winston-Salem. N. C. 163 Robert Eley Johnson Wytheville, Va. 2 A E George Browne Johnston Kelford, N. C. K A John E. Johnston Bradford. Pa. Richard Jemson Jones. Jr. Henderson, N. C. Thomas Curry Jones Enka, N. C. Edward Hollis Keator San Antonio. Texas James Bonner Kelly Washington. N. C. John Thomas Kendrick Leaksville. N. C. Bruce Kessler Leaksville, N. C. R. W. King Meriden. Conn. X i Vernon H. Lackey, Jr. Hickory, N. C. William Ray Lackey Statesville. N. C. Beverly Walter Landstreet Nashville, Tennessee Charles Samuel Landy New Vork, N. Y. Franklin Davenport Laurens New Orleans, La. A Joel L. Lester Paterson, N. J. Lee Richard Levine Brooklyn, N. Y. Leonard Mark Levine Brooklyn, N. Y. Phillip Alston Lewis Jackson, N. C. ATB Robert Henry Lewis Mount Olive, N. C. Zebulon Vance Jones, Jr. Norfolk, Va. Frederick B. Joyner Kinston. N. C. Stanley Jay Kallman New York City Arnold Jules Kantrowitz West Hartford, Conn. Steve Matthew Karres Charlotte, N. C. Robert Gilliam Kittrell Henderson. N. C. lob Hansell Koon Asheville, N. C. Benjamin Granade Koonce, Jr. Hertford. Conn. John Stanley Kulczycki Sag Harbor. N. Y. Harold N. Kushin Philadelphia. Pa. A Charles Watson Lawhon Fayetteville. N. C. Edna Earle Leggett Chapel Hill. N. C. Gamewell Lemmon Sumter. S. C. A9 Martin Harold Lenitz New York, N. Y. Joseph Alexander Leslie, III Norfolk, Va. K i: SOPHOMORES Bi SOPHOMORES Harold William Lloyd Plainfleld, N. J. X Albert Samuel Loewenson Baltimore. Maryland Forrest Battle Long Newton, N. C. A Tfi William Maxwell Lowenstein Detroit, Michigan T E Seymour A. Lubman Arlington, N. J. Carlvle Thomas Mangum, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. James Hollowell Manly, Jr. Goldsboro, N. C. William Lee Mann Albemarle, N. C. KS Jacob Margolis Durham. N. C. Jack E. Markham Durham, N. C. Merlin Francis Martin Scotia, N. Y. Charles Elbert Massey Dover, Del. KA Frank Alexander Masters Greensboro, N. C. Richard Downing Maynor Winston-Salem, N. C. Reuben Elbert Mayo Plymouth, N. C. Gerard George Liebenguth Mamaroneck, N. Y. Louis Ogden Lineberger Charlotte, N. C. Robert Lippmann New York, N. Y. A Jim Robert Little Charlotte, N. C. Isaac Thomas Littleton Hartsville, Tenn. Brockton Reynolds Lyon Greensboro, N. C. AKE Erwin Mack New York, N. Y. n A Robert Glenn Macleod Lumberton. N. C. Otrin Rankin Magill White Plains, N. Y. Charles Donald Mahoney Brooklyn, N. Y. Dan W. Marks Chapel Hill, N. C. Henry Burwell Marrow, Jr. Smithfield, N. C. Alfred Marshall Beaver Falls. Ga. Dan S. Martin Lakeland, Fla. Harry Little Martin Upper Montclair, N. J. William C. Mehaffey, Jr. Washington. N. C. r A William DeLacy Mendenhall Greensboro, N. C. Sylvan Meyer Atlanta. Ga. T E j Edward Michaels Rockaway Beach, N. Y. TE Clarence M. Miller Wallace, N. C. 165 w . . . RELAXATION IS AN ART UNCOMFORTABLY NONCHALANT + W ' OODHOUSE, STOOGES, AND SCENERY K. A. INTELLECTUALS + THE FROG LOOKS PLEASANT + HOME SWEET HOME + POLITICIANS PARADISE + COMFORTABLY BURNING THE MID-NIGHT OIL 167 John Diffley Miller Lansdowne, Pa. Robert Brice Miller Charlotte, N. C. Forbes Travis Milliken Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y. Isidore Mininsohn Hightstown, N. J. T E$ Marvin O ' Neill Mitchell Greensboro, N. C. Frank Faison Mordecai Raleigh, N. C. Edward Hallet Morley Bronxville, N. Y. John William Morrison Ocean Citv. N. J. Boyce Clinton Morrow Gastonia. N. C. Hugh MacRae Morton Wilmington, N. C. ARE Charles Patrick Murray, Jr. Wilmington, N. C. George Ennis McCachren Charlotte, N. C. William Jefferson McClure Goldsboro, N. C. Edwin Stuart McCoach, Jr. Rosemont. Pa. 2 N Bradford Forbes McCuen Forest Hills, N. Y. r A Oliver Perry McKinnon Maxton, N. C. Robert Johnstone McLean Greensboro, N. C. TA Randall A. McLeod Maxton, N. C. Charles Monroe McMillan Laurinburg, N. C. Robert Avery McNaughton Hendersonville, N. C. 2N Harry Holmes Mizelle Newport, N. C. Harry Langdon Montgomery Winston-Salem, N. C. Arthur Kirby Moore, Jr. Greensboro, N. C. Charles B. Moore Forest City. N. C. L. L. Ardrey Moore, Jr. Clinton. N. C. Stuart Campbell Morton Hamden, Conn. X Bernard R. Moser Newark, N. J. Morris Moskow Whiteville, N. C. Charles Rushworth Munder Springfield, Mass. Donald Munroe Owego, N. Y. Arthur Allen McDonald, Jr. Durham, N. C. Aubrey William McDonald Hoffman, N. C. Robert Lee McGinn, Jr. Charlotte. N. C. Stuart Betts Mclver Sanford, N. C. Hobart Loring McKeever Greensboro. N. C. X B SOPHOMORES Lawrence Ervin Neese Burlington, N. C. K2 Joseph Nelson Daytona Beach, Fla. Henry Clay Newsome, Jr. Win-ton Salem. N. C. t K2 Don Gilliam Nicholson Tarboro, N. C. TA James Edgar Nimmons Elizabeth, N. J. X Henry Plant Osborne, Jr. Jacksonville, Fla. 2 AE William Dillon O ' Shea Durham, N. C. Thomas Oswald Warren, Ohio Robert Melvin Ousley North Canton, Ohio Franklin L. Overcarsh Charlotte, N. C. James Quincy Parnell, Jr. Porkton, N. C. K2 Benjamin N. Patterson Hendersonville, N. C. Donald Flanner Patterson New Bern, N. C. iKE George Lee Peabody Syracuse, N. Y. A Harold M. Peacock Benson, N. C. Jesse Nalle, III Whitemarsh, Pennsylva A Joe B. Nathan Chapel Hill, N. C. Simeon Aaron Nathan, Jr. Chapel Hill. N. C. Charles Mitchell Neaves Elkiii, N. C. K2 William Stewart Neel Mooresville. N. C. Fagg Bernard Nowlan Pleasant Garden, N. ( Taylor O ' Bryan Beaufort, N. C. X Sr Russell Dean O ' Dell Jacksonville, Fla. 2 A E Henry Frederick Oehler Sanford, N. C. Joseph Charles O ' Kelley Statesville, N. C. Raymond William Owens, Jr. Edgewood, Pa. John Hinton Page Alexandria, Va. K A M A Robert Newton Page, III Aberdeen, X. C. KA Charles Albert Palioca Marlboro, Mass. Graham Hartwell Parks Pilot Mountain. N. C. Sigmund S. Pearl Greensboro, N. C. William Wallace Pearson Sumner. Miss. AO James Stevenson Peck Wilmington, N. C. Johnnie Louis Pecora Bowden. N. C. nK A Philip Hiatt Pell Pilot Mountain, N. C. SOPHOMORES 169 George Dial Penick Raleigh, N. C. Z Glenn Richard Penny Durham, N. C. X Charles Lee Perks Greensboro, N. C. Herbert A. Perlberg New York, N. Y. A Gales Pickard Perry Chapel Hill, N. C. John Edward Pope, Jr. Williamston, PC. C. n k a William Haskell Porcher, Jr. Charlotte. N. C. K2 John James Post Greensboro, N. C. Otis Yates Poteat Spindale, N. C. Davis Bryan Powell, Jr. Rocky Mount, N. C. Morris Wiley Pully Kinston, N. C. Richard Edward Railey Murfreesboro, N. C. Joseph Gray Reddeck Lenoir, N. C. William A. Redfern Norfolk. Va. Z Hubert Hampton Redmon Asheville, N. C. Emanuel Rivkin Brooklyn. N. Y. Jack William Roberts Cedar Grove, N. C. Richard Hopper Robertson Leaksville, N. C. Frank I. Robinson, Jr. Weldon, N. C. Norwood Everett Robinson Washington, N. C. Richard B. Pethick Southern Pines. N. C. X James Britt Petty Charlotte, N. C. 2 X Andrew Craig Phillips Chapel Hill, N. C. Stephen John Piller, Jr. Long Island, N. Y. K A Ernest Harold Pittman Whitakers, N. C. A William Fulton Poythress Chapel Hill, N. C. Norman J. Primack Far Rockaway, L. I., N. Y. Carl Prior South Orange, N. J. Walter Reynolds Privette Chapel Hill, N. C. George Oliver Pruette Swannanoa. N. C. Stephen Wilhelm Reiss Cedarhurst, N. Y. Eugene Miner ReQua, Jr. Charlotte. N. C. Daniel David Retchin Wilmington, N. C. Charles Otto Rhyne Chapel Hill, N. C. George Ewart Rives Goldston, N. C. JL ' dm SOPHOMORES LWi . -mil, tL Ti lU David Rosenthal Trenton, N. J. Jimmy K. Rosser Fayetteville, N. C. John Harrington Rosser Vass, N. C. Coman Wendell Rothrock, Jr. Asheville, N. C. Herbert Horton Rountree Farmville, N. C. K J. Howard Samo Irvington, N. J. James Charles Sandilos Ambler. Pa. John Robert Satterfield, Jr. Speneer, N. C. M A Albert Saunders Asbury Park, N. J. Charles Lawrence Saunders Reidsville. N. C. Louis Scheipers, Jr. Southern Pines, N. C. n k a Paul Wilfong Schenck, Jr. Greensboro. X. C. Ben Donald Selick Schlenger South Orange. N.J. rr a Karl Schwartz, III Fort Bragg, N. C. ARE William Schwartz Wilmington, N. C. T E Camillus Holiday Rodman Washington, N. C. ARE John David Roeder New York, N. Y. William Leslie Rogers, Jr. Merchantville, N. J. K A Edward Tyler Rollins Durham. N. C. Robert Henry Rose New York, N. Y. David McKenzie Rumph Montezuma. Ga. 2 A E Noland Haynes Ryan Washington, D. C. A9 John Wilson Sachs Wilmington, Del. R2 Donald Lee Sager Danville, Virginia Ben Arnold M. Salzburg Paterson. N. J. T E John Baker Saunders Williamston. N. C. ARE John Henry Saunders Troy, N. C. Robert Mills Saunders Memphis, Tenn. 2 A E Ernest Neville Scarborough Annapolis, Md. Leon I. Schafer Chapel Hill, N. C. Charles Blackwell Scoggin Reidsville, N. C. John Raymond Sears Norfolk, Va. 2 N Howard S. Sexton Grassy Creek, N. C. Harry Griffith Shalett New London, Conn. Junius Page Shamburger Aberdeen, N. C. K A SOPHOMORES Lawrence Charles Shapiro Charlotte, N. C. Linford Lee Shaw Richlands, N. C. Frank Wesley Shelton Port Washington, N. Y. X Martin Frederick Shenker Bronx, N. Y. Joel Herbert Sherman, Jr. Fayetteville. N. C. Raymond A. Silbiger Kew Gardens, N. Y. Morton S. Silverstein Winston-Salem, N. C John Dillon Simpson Mount Airy. N. C. Martin Bland Simpson Elizabeth Citv, N. C ITKA James Howard Sims Asheville. N. C. George Dosser Smith Wilson. N. C. Griswold Smith Atlanta. Ga. 2 AE Howard Lincoln Smith Swannanoa. N. C. Wilburn Jackson Smith Charlotte, N. C. Wade Harvey Snell Westbury, N. Y. Tohn Mitchell Sorrow Charlotte, N. C. Charles Edward Spaugh Winston-Salem, N. C. Simms Memory Spears Whiteville. N. C. Robert Atwell Spence LaGrange, N. C. Irving Leonard Spiegel Fords, N. J. Charlotte Shields Chapel Hill. N. C. X!) Lenoir Gwyn Shook Tarhoro, N. C. Richard Tatum Shugart Elkin. N. C. K2 Hampton Shuping Greensboro, N. C. KA William Montague Sigler Milwaukee, Wis. K2 Don B. Sittman Arlington, Va. William Henry Sloan, Jr. Garland, N. C. Alton Lacy Smith, Jr. Lemon Spring, N. C. Aubrey Lealon Smith Greensboro, N. C. Eugene Gray Smith, Jr. Mt. Airy. N. C. Macon St. Clair Snowden Beaufort, N. C. Ben McClellan Snyder, III Wavne, Pa. r A Roy Kendall Snyder Natrona Heights. Pa. Marshall Henry Solomon Highland Park, N. J. Z B T William D. Somervell, Jr. Durham, N. C. SOPHOMORES Charles M. Stancell, Jr. Enfield. N. C. Robert F. Steed Tbomasville, N. C. Warren George Steel Brooklyn, N. Y. 2X Joseph Flake Steelman Wilkesboro, N. C. Richard Franklin Sternberg Brooklyn, N. Y. Richard E. Stroupe Cherryville, N. C. Roy Errin Strowd Chapel Hill, N. C Jack Bryan Stubbs Fayetteville, N. C. Reid Suggs Thomasville, N. C. Tommy Sullivan Mount Olive, N. M Burton Taylor Walstonburg, N. C. W. Leo Tew Roseboro, K. C. John Hawkins Thomas Wadesboro, N, C. William Benfield Thomas Winston-Salem, N. C. Dan Richardson Thomason Wilmington, N. C. A9 Bill Spruill Plymouth, N. C. Kenneth Murchison Sprun Wilmington, N. C. 2 A E Parke Austin Staley, Jr. Greensboro, N. C. George Henry Stammler Summit, N. J. A fi William Charles Stanback Salisbury, N. C. 2 N Emory Clayton Stevenson Charlotte, N. C. Donald Roper Stewart Laurinburg, N. C. Jesse Southerland Stewart Wallace, N. C. Harold V. Stirling, Jr. Chevy Chase, Md. Hugh Monroe Stroud Kinston, N. C. Morton Paul Svigals White Plains, N. Y. Frederick Leroy Swindal Jacksonville, N. C. 2 AE Stafford LeRoy Swing Lexington, N. C. Stephen Clark Taber Bloomfiekl. N. J. Isaac Montrose Taylor Morganton. N T . C. Samuel A. Thompson, Jr. Mt. Olive, N. C. Bard Townsley Tischer Dover, Del. X Billy Jefferson Tope Upper Darby, Pa. William Wallis Torrens Terre Haute, Ind. 2X John Zacharias Touloupas Burlington, N. C. SOPHOMORES Peyton Giles Townes Wilmington, N. C. Jesse Caleb Trott, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Clifford Louis Tuttle Fox Chapel, Pa. X Earl Holland Tyndall Kinston, N. C. Harry M. Vinokur Fayetteville, N. C. Jacob Astor Viverette, Jr. Battleboro. N. C. Ralph Cannon Voik Wilmington, N. C. Thomas Wadden Washington, D. C. James Wilson Walker Burlington, N. C. Samuel Reuben Wallace Charlotte, N. C. Lewis Skidmore Waller Leaksville. N. C. Abel McRae Warren Garland. . C. Henry Thomas Webb Tarboro, N. C. Alan Maurice Weisberg Great Neck. N. Y. Andrew M. Weiss New York, N. Y. Burges Urquhart, Jr. L,ewiston. N. C. K A William Charles Vail Rutherford. N. J. 2 X John R. Van Wagoner, Jr. Sayville, N. Y. r A Livingston Vernon Morganton, N. C. K 2 Harold Jerome Wagger High Point. N. C. Wilson McCall Wagner Hickory. N. C. K 2 Duncan Devane Walker Macon. Ga. Howard Oldham Walker Hillsboro. N. C. Lloyd Henry Warren High Point, N. C. William Downing Watkins Morganton, N. C. ATS! Marie Jacquelin P. Watters Chapel Hill. N. C. xn Albert Thomas Weatherly, Jr Durham, N. C. SOPHOMORES WyckliffeTrotman White Ayden, N. C. Henry Adams Whitfield, Jr. Chape] Hill. N. C. Robert Estes Whitten Roxboro, N. C. II K A Jack Russell Wilkinson, Jr. Chattanooga, Tenn. David Carlyle Willis Rocky Mount. N. C. Alton D. Wilson Asheville. N. C. Wilbur Edward Wilson Hillsboro, N. C. Dewey Hobson Winchester Rosman, N. C. Frank C. Wooten Rome, Ga. George W. Worth Raleigh, N. C. 2 A E Sam Martin Wright Kayetteville, N. C. A T a Gordon Vincent Wyche Weklon, N. C. Charles Finch Whicker North Wilkeshoro, N. ( Robert F. White Charlotte, N. C. Thomas Joseph White Norfolk, Va. Walter Preston White Winston-Salem, N. C. ♦ K2 Henry Kirk Williams Leesbun;, Fla. A TO John Brooks Williams Hendersonville, N. C. Samuel Asbury Williams Warrenton, N. C. Walter Henton Williams Old Fort, N. C. Robert Maurice Wise New York, N. Y. A TO William Isaac Witkin New York. N. Y. Joseph Lawrence Wolf Roxborouffh, Pa. Daniel Howard Wolfe Charlotte. N. C. William Edward York Statesville. N. C. John Davis Young Durham, N. C. William Caldwell Young Wilson, N. C. AK E James Locke Yount Newton, N. C. A Tfi SOPHOMORES FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS E. K. Powe, President; Hanson Hall, Vice- President; Mike Carr, Secretary; and Fred Rutledge, Treasurer. HONOR COUNCIL Jack Emack, Wade Weatherford, Howard Starnes, Mac Sherman, Jack Milne, Arthur Williams, and Jim Pritchett. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE F. McLendon Andrews, Robert Schwartz, Denman Hammond, Charles Clark, Malcolm Sherrin, Marvin Rosen, Samuel Nicholson, John Wood, John Byers, John Emack, Jr., Malcolm Sherman, Wade Weatherford, Jr., Thomas Lytte, Spencer Bass, Jr., Richard Knight, Edmund Tisdale, Henry Alspaugh, William Soyars, David Rankin, and Norris Snow . FINANCE COMMITTEE DANCE COMMITTEE Joseph Ferguson, Chairman; Bahnson Grey, Norman Waters, Alfred Levin, How- ard Dawson, William Covington, Graham Hobbs, Jr., and Harold Alderson. Charles Harris, Chairman; Robert Stock- ton, Peter Beaudry, Stuart Campbell, Robert Cowan, Jr., John Dorsett, James Pritchett, Jr., James Cox, Alexander Wilson, II. EMACK, SHERMAN, PRITCHETT, WILLIAMS, KIMBALL, MILNE. FRESHMAN CLASS Berry Abeyounis, Frank Adams, Leon Adams, Robert Adams, John Albea, Harold Alderson, William Alexander, Charles Allen, Ira Allgood, J. Frank Alspaugh, Dudley Amoss, Ernest Anderson, Vincent Anderson, William Anderson, F. M. Andrews, Donald Asay, Daphne Athas, Edward Austin, Leslie Austin, Francis Await. William Badgett, Stuart Baesel, Josiah Bailey, Herman Baker, Wiley Ballard, Robert Banks, Richard Baron, Roscoe Barber, Julius Barefoot, Thomas Barnard, Walter Barnes, Jim Barr, Lawrence Bartell, Richard Bates, Spencer Bass, William Beam, David Beard, Peter Beaudry, Edgar Beddingfield, Henry Beecher, William Beery, John Begley, John Bell, Robert Bell, William Bell, William Bellamy, Stephen Bennett, Joseph Bernstein, Robert Bernstein, Henry Berry-hill, Robert Bettmann, John Black, Boyd Blackney, William Blades, Mott Blair, Julian Blalock, Don Blanton, Frank Blocksidge, Erwin Bloom, Wil- liam Blue, John Booraem, Selma Bonkemeyer, Sion Boney, William Boseman, James Boyce, James Boyd, Edwin Boyle, Hal Boyles, Winfred Brady, William Brandon, James Brannock, Harold Brantley, Alliene Brawley, Edward Brennan, James Briggs, Stanley Briggs, Billy Britt, Henry Brooks, Harvey Brooks, John Brown, V. Stanley Brown, Wil- liam C. Brown, William F. Brown, Earl Bruton, William Bryant, Miriam Buice, Clayton Bullock, Emmett Burden, William Burg, Robert Burleigh, Julian Burroughs, Mike Buss, John Byers, Zachary Bynum, Jennings Byrd, Thomas Byrum. Stuart Cahn, Jay Caldwell, Walter Call, William Callahan, Stuart Campbell, Merwin Canaday, Frank Cantrell, Julius Carden, Robert Carlan, Kenneth Carpenter, Michael Carr, Bernard Carroll, John Carter, Milton Cash, Wayland Cato, Morton Canter, Marshall Chambers, Everett Cheek. Marvin Cheek, John Chisholm, Norman Civic, Charles Clark, Robert Clark, Philip Clay, Carney Clegg, Cecil Clement, Charles Clinard, William Cobb, William Collie, Clyde Collins, Arthur Conescu, Robert Cook, William Cooley, Sheldon Coons, Barnaby Conrad, Edward Coppala, Thomas Coppedge. Calvin Corey, Lovick Corn, Earl Correll, Rex Coston, Charles Cothan, Richard Cotton, Edgar Council, William Covington, Robert Cowan, James Cox, Samuel Cox, William Cox, Robert Cozart, Bynum Crabtree, John Currin. Paul D ' Elia, Maurice Dann, Hugh Daughtry, Bob Davis, Everett Davis, Jack Davis, James Davis, Louie Davis, Lucian Davis, Russell Davis, Rene Davis, Cheburn Dawson, Howard Dawson, Edwin Deal, Wade Denning, Charles Derrick, Dick Doeschler, Leonard Dodd, John Dorsett, Paul Dulin. Edwin Easter, Charles Edge, Phil Edmonds, Joseph Edney, Charles Edwards, James Edwards, Gaston Efird, Tohn Emack, Robert Epple, Robert Ervin, John Eshelman, Eugene Esleeck, George Estaver, Joseph Estes, Robert Ettenger, John Evans, Louis Evans, Tom Evans. David Falconer, Julius Fallick, Robert Feinberg, lames Fennell, James Ferebee, Joseph Ferguson, John Ferguson, John Field, Roland Fields, Howard Finkelstein, Ray Fisch, FRESHMAN CLASS William Fisher, Thomas Fitz, Jack Fitzgerald, Robert Fitzgerald, Ralph Fore, Robert Forster, William Foster, John Fowler, William Fowler, Ernest Frankel, William Frazier, Ellis Freedman, William Freeland, James Freeman, William Fullenweider, Donald Ful- ler, John Funderburg. Daniel Garan, Douglas Gardner, Norman Garner, Robert Garner, David Garrison, John Gaul, Malcolm Geddis, Samuel Gibb, Andrew Gibbons, Lacy Gilbert, Sterling Gilliam, Charles Gilmore, Edmond Glidewell, Paul Godfrey, David Goell, Arthur Golby, Seymour Goldberg, Charles Gooch, Edward Goodman, Raymond Goodman, Robert Good- man, Irving Goodwin, Charles Gordon, George Graham, Robert Grant, Ben Grantham, Bahnson Gray, William Green, Jay Greenberg, T. M. Greene, Ross Grey, Elbert Griffin, Mark Griffin, Philip Griffith, Daniel Gross, William Guy. Walter Haas, John Hackney, Joseph Hale, Hanson Hall, Jasper Hall, Russell Hall, Robert Hamburger, G. Denman Hammond, E. Willard Hamrick, Roy Hankin, Milton Harding, Frank Hardy, Graham Hargrove, James Harrell, Jack Harrill, Charles Harris, Max Harris, Tyndall Harris, Thomas Harris, Zach Harris, Attilus Hatsell, Edwin Hart- shorn, Alan Hayes, Raymond Hayes, Lewis Hayworth, James Hearne, George Helms, Arthur Henderson, Wyatt Henderson, William Henderson, Francis Hennessee, Irving Herman, Joseph Hicks, Lyman Higdon, David Hill, James Hill, Nathaniel Hill, Yancey Hill, Herbert Hix, Graham Hobbs, Richard Hobbs, Chester Hocker, Ralph Hodges, Marvin Hogan, Thomas Holder, Griffin Holland, Richard Hollander, Nolia Hollowell, Frank Holman. Manuel Holthouser, Mary Hood, Robert Hopkins, Dwight Hord, Rel- mond Horton, Lee Howard, Paul Huber, Kenneth Huddleston, Sterling Hudson, Carl Huffman, Helen Hufham, Carlyle Hughes, William Hunter, Jack Hussey. John Inskeep. Richard Jaffe, Edwin James, Charles Jamesson, Lerf Jensen, Joe Jerger, Thomas Jewett, Ira Johnson, James Johnson, William Johnson, Walter Johnson, Williamson Johnson, Clyde Johnston, Josephine Johnston, Lee Johnston, Albert Jones, Charles Jones, John Jones, James Jones, Raymond Jordan, David Josephs, Robert Joyce, Arthur Joyner, Carl Justice. Edgar Kale, Edwin Kaplan, Richard Kaskel, Frank Kastner, Edward Katzinger, Gordon Kelley, Jack Kelly, Richard Kemp, David Kendall, John Kendrick, Samuel Ken- nedy, Robert Kenney, George Kenyon, Charles Kessler, Cyrus King, Francis King, Robert Kirkland, Harry Kittner, Edward Knight, Eppie Knight, Richard Knight, Paul Komisarik, Lloyd Koppel, Emanuel Krulwich, Jack Kurtz. Vera Lacob, William Lally, Jack Lamm, Claude Lancaster, Wallace Lane, Ben Laney, Frank Laney, L. Edward Lashman, Zeigler Latham, George Latshaw, Arthur Lavine, Richard Lawrence, James Learning, Lee LeBlanc, Permillas Lee, Ralph Lee, Charles Lefler, Joe Lehman, Mervyn Lentz, Richard Lessler, Lionel Levey, Alfred Levin, Frederic ■f vm " i ' FRESHMAN CLASS Lewis, Richard Lewis, John Lindsay, Joe Linker, Justin Lipman, Carroll Lippard, Richard Lisk, Robert Little, James Lockhart, James Loeb, Charles Lollar, Louise Long, Willie Long, Morris Lumpkin, Thomas Lytle. Harold Maass, Robert Mabe, Lewis MacBrayer, John MacDowell, John MacRae, James Mangum, Walter Mangum, Isaac Manly, Gerard Marder, Charles Marler, Richard Marston, Dudley Martin, Ernest Martin, David Maser, James Mason, Percy Masten, Craig Maston, Byron Matthews, Edward McCallum, Leon McCaskill, Horace McCauley, Josephine McCauley, Robert McCalry, Clifford McCIellan, Robert McConnaughey, Fred McCoy, Norfleet McDowell, Richard McElroy, James McEwen, Zebulon McGirt, Angus McKellar, Robert McKinnon, Charles McLendon, Frederick McNair, Clarence McRae, Marshal McRae, Fred Metcalf, Albert Metzger, John Millar, John Miller, Joseph Miller, Fred Mills, Jack Milne, James Mitchener, John Monroe, Arthur Montgomery, Mary Montjoy, Clifton Moore, Henry Moore, Myron Moore, Robert Moore, John Moorhead, Grady Morgan, Julius Morris, Oliver Morris, William Morris, Ben Morton, William Morton, Harris Munns, Jack Munns, Robert Musgrove, Charles Myers. George Nassef, John Neal, Robert Nelson, Julius Nesbit, Otto Neuhaus, William Newman, James Newsome, John Newton, Samuel Nicholdson, John Nicolin, Charles Nixon, Jack Noneman, Thomas Norris, Nelson Norwood. John O ' Neal, Jim Oliver, Henry Ortland, John Otterbourg, Willie Outlaw, Henry Owen, David Owens. James Pace, Hermann Packard, Dotson Palmer, Hugh Palmer, John Palmer, David Pardue, Wilburn Parker, Mercer Parrott, Theodore Partrick, Charles Patch, Harold Pat- terson, Richard Patterson, Ruth Patterson, John Paty, Frank Payne, Elbert Peel, Forrest Peeler, Lackey Peeler, Frank Pellirey, Philip Pence, Harman Perkins, James Perrin, Wil- liam Petree, Charles Phillips, Richard Phillips, William Phillips, Hubert Philpott, Jeffer- son Pickard, Joseph Pickard, Margaret Pickard, Spencer Pierce, Joseph Pleasant, Robert Pleuthner, Clarence Plonk, Richard Pollock, Johnnie Pope, Robert Porter, John Potter, Theodore Potter, Edward Powe, Carol Powell, Robert Quincy. William Rabil, Donald Ralston, David Rankin, Robert Rantz, Robert Rascoe, Hay- den Ratledge, Melba Ray, William Reavis, Eugene Reilley, Stanley Ribak, James Ribet, Robert Richards, Audrey Richardson, John Richardson, Charles Richmond, Alfred Rid- dle, Edwin Riggsbee, John Robinson, James Rogers, Oron Rogers, Milton Romary, Aldert Root, Marvin Rosen, Robert Rosenast, Seymour Rosenblatt, Robert Rosenthal, Joseph Ross, Morris Ross, Hartley Rowe, Joseph Rowlett, Edward Royal, Robert Royce, Eser Rubenstein, Joseph Rubenstone, Seymour Rubin, Louis Rubinsohn, Richard Ruby, George Rue, James Russell, Fred Rutledge, Arnold Ryder, Oliver Ryder. John Sadlik, John Sands, Marvin Sands, Albert Sasso, Robert Sauer, Frank Saunders, Morton Schaap, Marian Schafer, Robert Schenkel, Frederick Scherr, Edward Schlesinger, Jerome Schneider, David Shorr, Gregory Schultz, Martin Schwab, Joseph Schwartz, FRESHMAN CLASS Robert Schwartz, Harry Scully, Harvey Segal, Emil Serlich, Charles Shalleck, Sylvan Shapiro, William Sharkey, Malcolm Sherman, Malcolm Sherrin, Clarence Shields, Robert Shields, John Shipley, Barry Shipman, William Shores, Ralph Short, Robert Shuford, Thomas Shumate, Charles Sibley, John Siena, Walter Siler, Paul Simmons, Murray Sims, Roy Singleton, Charles Skinner, Tom Skinner, Irwin Sklarsky, )oe Sloan, George Smed- berg, Julius Smith, Nancy Smith, Roger Smith, Robert Smith, Rita Smith, Thomas Smith, William Smith, Zachary Smith, William Smoak, Elliott Smolen, Calvin Smyth, John Snell, Lee Snow, Norris Snow, Marne Snyder, Norman Sommers, Richard Soskin, Wil- liam Soyars, Robert Spain, Ralph Spainhour, Walter Spencer, Philip Stamm, Norman Staples, Howard Starnes, Eustace Stathacos, John Stedman, Howard Stein, Peter Stevens, William Stewart, Vance Stine, Robert Stockton, John Stoddart, James Stokley, Ferris Stout, David Strain, Daniel Strauss, V. Ray Stutts, George Summer, Julian Sutton, Isom Swaim, Beverly Sullivan. Ralph Tate, Charles Tatum, Benjamin Taylor, Edgar Taylor, William Taylor, Claude Teague, James Teague, Burlwell Temple, John Temple, Verman Topper, Frederick Thompson, Lee Thompson, Paul Thompson, William Thompson, John T waits, Jerome Tichner, John Tillett, Mabel Tilley, W. Carr Timberlake, Edmund Tisdale, John Titchener, Delma Todd, Morty TomashorT, Frederick Touton, Bea Townsend, Otway Trail, Astor Trogdon, Benjamin Trotter, Paul Trueblood, Robert Tucker, Robert Turner, Raymond Turrentine, Charier Tyner. Kent Upchurch, Muriel Upchurch, Richard Upchurch. Mart VanKirk, Julius Varady, Masuin Veronee, Wesley Viall, John Vogler. Riley Wade, Thomas Wadsworth, Willard Wagner, Melvin Waldfogel, Thomas Walkman, James Wallace, John Walker, Hez. Walters, Ernest Ward, Marshall Ward, Xenophon Ward, George Warmbold, Benjamin Warner, Albert Warshaver, Norman Waters, Wade Weatherford, Willis Weatherford, Hilda Weaver, Charles Webb, Wil- liam Webb, William Webster, Terrell Webster, Robert Weinberg, Maurice Weinstein, Walter Wertheim, Bryant Wetherell, Harry Whidbee, Al Whitaker, Robert Whitaker, Lee Whitcomb, Buxton White, Floyd White, James White, Clarence Whitefield, Francis Whiteheart, Owen Whitfield, Arthur Williams, Don Williams, Edwin Williams, William Williamson, Wendell Wilhide, Forrest Wilkerson, Thaddeus Wilkerson, John Wilkin- son, Kendall Willis, William Wilmording, Alexander Wilson, Donald Wilson, Flora Wilson, Paul Wilson, William Wilson, Edward Winslow, Joe Winslow, Rhett Winters, William Woestendick, Hilliard Wolfe, John Wood, Stanley Wood, Stuart Woodman, Joe Woody, Byron Woolley, Raymond Works, Franklin Wertman, Carl Wray, Dallas Wright, Chalmers Wyatt, Gordon Wyche. Terry Yarger, William Yates, Harry Yeatman, Herman Yoos, Leon Young, Richard Young, John Yount. Henry Zaytoun. o r rr rr; (ft -O O a- ' - if sp 184 DWAYNE IRWIN CARTER W ATKINS W. K. LEWIS ED HAMLET RAY KISER THE PHARMACY SCHOOL OFFICERS Dwayne Irwin, President; J. Carter Wat- kins, Vice-President; Edward Hamlet, Secre- tary-Treasurer; W. K. Lewis, Student Legislature; Ray Alexander Kiser, Student Council; Edwin Fuller, N.C.P.A. President; Blanche Burrus, N.C.P.A. Vice-President. The school year 1940-41 began with orien- tation of the new prospective pharmacists to campus life, and by the time upper-classmen arrived operations were in full swing. How- ever it was not long until bright eyes assumed a mystified look, and there followed a series of misfortunes. But even after taking into account all the confusion brought on by influenza, imposed physical exercise, and the draft bill, the School of Pharmacy now in its 44th year of operation finds itself with 135 members. For a while it looked as though operations would have to be suspended due to low at- tendance. However a few students of sound constitution under the guidance of able pro- fessors held the fort until the crisis passed. Dr. E. A. Brecht is successfully carrying on the duties assumed here last year, and Dr. Jacob ' s load has been lessened by the inval- uable assistance of South Carolina ' s contri- bution to organic chemistry — C. K. " Bert " Wheeler. Dean Beard is back on duty after a long rest, Dr. Rose is catching up on his golf, and Dr. Burlage is concentrating on " pop " quizzes. As for social highlights of the year we recall speeches on Pharmacy and Public Health, a weiner roast in Battle Park, " Fish " Worley ' s party, the trip to Indianapolis, the dances, and the camaraderie enjoyed by all through the visit of the N.C.P.A. convention to our campus. Our well - known student organizations such as the student N.C.P.A., and Rho Chi are still flourishing; and the Pharmacy Senate organized last year has attracted much stu- dent interest and is serving a good purpose by enabling students to express their opin- ions on all phases of Pharmacy in open forum discussion. EDWIN FULLER BLANCHE BURRUS DAVID McGOWAN JOHN TERRELL seniOR class William Walton Allgood Roxboro, N. C. n k a Candidate for B.S. Degree. George Edward Clark Pittsboro, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Sherwood Mac Edwards Ayden, N. C. K2 Candidate for B.S. Degree; Interdor- mitory Council (1); Y.W.C.A. Ralph Emerson Foster, Jr. Leaksville, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Edwin Rudolph Fuller Louisburg, N. C. AX Marion Sims Hamer Lenoir, N. C. AX Candidate for B.S. Degree. Blanche Evelyn Burrus Canton, N. C. x n K E P X Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class Offi cer (3); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); NX. P.A. (1, 2. 3). V. Pres. (4). Jack Alexander Creech Salemburg, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Yackety Yack (4); Pharmacy Senate (3, 4); N.C.P.A. (2. 3, 4). Claudia Josephine Eldridge Carrboro, N. C. K E PX Candidate for B.S. Degree; Pharmacy Class Officer (2); N.C.P.A. (1. 2, 3, 4); Senate (3). Junius Claude Fox Randleman, N. C. AX Candidate for B.S. Degree; Swimmin (4); N.C.P.A. (2, 3, 4). Henry Wilson Greene Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class Offi- cer; University Dance Committee. Joe Edward Hamlet Hollister, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class Offi- cer (2) ; N.C.P.A. (3, 4) ; Di Senate (a. 4). seniOR ciflss Thomas Marshall Holland Mount Holly, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. George Graham Inman Fairmont, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Dwayne Alton Irwin Wilkesboro, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; cer (President). Ray Alexander Kiser Lincolnton, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Student Council (1); Di Senate (2); N.C.P.A. (3). William Kendell Minnick Wyndale, Va. K A PX Arthur Richardson Johnson Kerr, N. C. PX Wilson Knowles Lewis Mr. Olive, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class Ofli cer (4); Interdormitorv Council (4); Student Legislature (4) ; Y.M.C.A. (4) ; N.C.P.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Dance Committee Alton Lee McLean, Jr. Fuquay Springs, N. C. K P Candidate for B.S. Degree. Calvin Sneid Oakley James Edward Perry Mebane, N. C. Franklin, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. X Candidate for B.S. Degree. John Milton Pickard Latane Wright Potter Durham, N. C. Chapel Hill, N. C. ,iX Candidate for B.S. Degree. Candidate for B.S. Degree: Class cer (1); N.C.P.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Di ate (3). Pres. (4). Offi- Sen- All SENIORS George Edwin Royall, Jr. Elkin, N. C. Bernard C. Sheffield, Jr. Warsaw, N. C. K Edwin Harrison Smith, Jr. Jessie Lee Smith Weldon, N. C. . Robbinsville, N. C. K KE Class Officer (4). Candidate for B.S. D s-r (4); N.C.P.A. (1); Y.W.C.A. (K. Rose Pittman Stacy Chapel Hill, N. C. KE PX Pinkney Lawson Trotter Pilot Mountain, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree. Hamilton Polk Underwood Fayetteville, N. C. A T P X Julian Carter W ' atkins Emporia, Va. K Bryan Henry Whitford Washington, N. C. A X George Henry Windecker Ridgefield Park, N. J. 190 First Bow Second Row John Waller Smallwood Biggs Washington. N. C. AX Alfred Henderson King Durham. N. C. A X John Trammel Church Salisbury, N. C. KA Margaret Thomas Lloyd Chapel Hill, N. C. Kenneth Lee Dingier Mooresville, N. C. Bernard Otis Lockhart Saltville. Va. K Constance DuBose Kosehoro, N. C. AID Jack Webster McAdams Burlington, N. C. J AX Frank Arthur Greene, Jr. Suffern, N. V. AX Dan Grier McCrimmon Hemp. N. C. David Henry Hood Dunn, N. C. David McGowan Swan Quarter. X. C. J AX Third. Row Fourth Now Leonia Erastus McKnight Fayetteville, N. C. William Johnson Sheffield Natick, Mass. hAX Otto Stevens Matthews Roseboro. N. C. Foster Joel Simmons Conover. X. ( " . AX Albert McLean Mattocks Greensboro, N. C. William Alfred Simmon: Winston-Salem, N. C. Raymond Eugene Pethel China Grove. N. C. AX Harry Cleveland Tee Harrington, Del. AX Gershon Leonard Rubin Kinston, N. C. John Arthur Terrell Chapel Hill, N. C. AX Joe Terrell Russell Canton. N. C. James D. Williams Gate City, Va. K Herbert Palmer Scoggin Louisburg. X. C. f AX Sherrod N. Wood Enfield, X. C. JUNIORS SOPHOMORE CLASS First Rou : Kerr, Aycock, Crew, Summerlin, Simmons, Tart. Third Row: Boone, Britt, Shields, Carswel Irwin, Britt. Second Row: Burnette, Williamson, Johnson, Henly, Sessons. Fourth Row: Jowdy, Hollowell, Wyche, Ros- ser, Carswell, Sivens. FRESHMAN CLASS First Row: Huffman, Triplett, Patterson, Up- church, Canaday, Beam, Gilbert. Fourth Ron : Anderson, Mitchner, Crabtree, Brown, Garner. Second Row: Richardson, Pickard, White, Estes, Johnson, Bettingfield. Fifth Row: McDowell, Latham, Helms, Knight. Third Row: Barnard, Blackney, Barnes, Munns, Viall. 195 SCHOOL OF LAW OFFICERS Law Association: Al Walker, President; Claude Wheatly, Vice-President; Owen Cooke, Secretary -Treasurer; D. P. Whitley, Student Council Representative; Sam Leager, Student Legislator. Third Year Class: Hector McGeachy, President; Dula Hawkins, Vice-President; Paul Barnwell, Secretary; Red Meehan, Treasurer. Second Year Class: Pete Waering, President; Bill Cole, Vice-President; Bill Allen, Secretary; Phyllis Campbell, Treasurer. First Year Class: W. W. Powell, President; Joe Leonard, Vice-President; Louis Gaylord, Secretary; James Lawrence, Treasurer. Third Year Class, 1940: James H. P. Bailey, Paul K. Barnwell, Henry C. Blair, J. Henry Blalock, Mrs. Caroline Ward Carr, Joseph B. Cheshire, William A. Cobb, William M. Cochrane, William O. Cooke, James K. Dorsett, Harry Ganderson, Don Gillam, Alex H. Graham, Curtis Hawkins, Lewis Sneed High, Samuel R. Leager, Robert J. Lovill, Philip E. Lucas, O. Hester McGeachy, Robert Craig Mclnnes, William Ellis Meehan, William S. Mitchell, William R. Morris, Thomas P. Ravenel, George B. Riddle, Edgar L. Roebuck, Hal H. Walker, Julien K. Warren, Claude R. Wheatly, Dan P. Whitley, Vaughn Winborne, Julian D. Winslow, Arthur R. Woods, and Frank M. Wooten. HAL WALKER D. P. WHITNEY First Row: Claude Wheatly, C. Dula Hawkins, Frank M. Wooten. Lewis Sneed High. Caroline Ward Carr. William S. Mitchell, John Henry Blalock, A. H. Graham, Jr., N. Hector McGeachy. Second Row: Thomas Ravenel, James K. Dorsett, Samuel Leager. William Cochran, Gilbert C Hine. J. D. Winslow, Hal Walker, W. A. Cobb, Paul K. Barnwell. Third Row: James H. Pou Bailey, Edward Harding Seawell, Harry Ganderson, Robert Jones Lovill. Jr., Ellis Meehan, Vaughan S. Winborne, Paul Lucas. 194 First Roiv: J. E. Mitchener, Havden Hayes. Joel Denton. Margaret Faw, George Harrelson. Joe Leonard, Dianna Foote. Leroy Shuping. Milton Short. J. V. Morgan. Second Ron : Jay Hubbell. Pete Waering. Thad T. Moser. Bob Rutter, Lewis Gaylord, George Shipp, Owen Rodman, Fred Edney, Pete Burkheimer, James Lawrence, Jack: Shuford. Frank Haezel, John Briggs. James B. Garland, Sarah Nathan, Walter Powell. Third Rou - Dwight Morgan. Thomas B. Kordan. John Kilpatrick, Henry Harkey, Cliff Pace. Harvey Jonas. Bill Cole. James Perrin, P. D. Kennedy, J. S. Page, Dave Armstrong. S. B. Bradley, James Lamont. Milton Julien. Fourth Row: Edward Hinsdale. Hyman Phillips. Hunter Marshall, Phyllis Campbell, William Rendleman, Kenyon Wil- son, Arthur Jones, Fred Bateman. HECTOR McGEACHY PETER WAERING W. H. POWELL Second Year Class, 1940: William A. Allen, David H. Armstrong, Fred W. Bateman, Phyllis J. Campbell, Wil- liam B. Campbell, Enser W. Cole, Nonne L. Gudger, Henry L. Harkey, Gilbert C. Hine, Chas. E. Hinsdale, Frank P. Holton, Charlton E. Huntley, Harvey A. Jonas, Milton Julian, Philip D. Kennedy, Howard M. Kiss, James G Lamont, T. W. M. Long, Hunter Marshall, Joseph E. Mitchiner, James V. Morgan, L. Dwight Morgan, Clifford E. Pace, James W. Perrin, Henry H. Philips, Terry San- ford, Wdw. H. Seawell, Wm. Dennie Spry, Peter K. Waering, John K. Wilson. First Year Class, 1940: S. B. Bradley, John H. Briggs, W. P. Burkhimer, Miss Mar) ' D. Cannon, Joel Denton, Fred Edney, Bennett M. Edwards, Beverly A. Faison, Miss Margaret M. Faw, Miss Diana H. Foote, James B. Garland, Louis W. Gaylord, George D. Harrelson, Hayden B. Hayes, Francis J. Heazel, Jay B. Hubbell, Arthur C. Jones, John T. Kilpatrick, James F. Lawrence, Joe H. Leonard, William Mitchell, Thad T. Moser, Miss Sarah J. Nathan, Thomas B. Nordan, Julius S. Page, Walter H. Powell, William J. Rendleman, Owen G. Rodman, Robert C. Rutter, George Wm. Shipp, Harold M. Short, John F. Shuford, C. L. Shup- ing, Charles Swann, III, Frank B. Taylor. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE OFFICERS Whitehead Medical Society: J. A. Taylor, President; Fred Tunick, Vice- President; Ernest Yeldon, Secretary and Treasurer. Second Year Class, 1940-41: Robert M. Hall, President; C. L. Pressly, Vice- President; R . M. Wheeler, Secretary and Treasurer; W. C. Hewitt, Student Council Representative. First Year Class, 1940-41: J. Harry Allen, President; I. W. Rose, Vice-Presi- dent; Alfred Costner, Treasurer; John F. Lynch, Jr., Secretary. MEMBERS Second Year Class: M. L. Aderholdt, L. F. Cruze. A. B. Dickson, W. A. Erwin, G. E. Forbes, Miss Lois Frayser, Geo. E. Gutman, T. H. Holmes, John D. Hoyle, Jack Hughes, W. R. Jenkins, R. F. Keadle, J. W. McLean, Frank M. Nifong, A. R. Parham, Miss Jean Lui Phipps, E. C. Richardson, C. E. Ridenhour, J. B. Riggsbee, Clark Rodman, Lester W. Rose, R. G. Rosser, Miss Rowena Sidbury, Foyell P. Smith, J. A. Taylor, F. L. Tunick, C. G. Watkins, O. W. Williamson, Ernest Yelton. I A. TAYLOR MILLIARD C. HEWITT First Row: Capleton Gunter Watkins, Gus E. Forbes, Dr. Grant Lester Donnelly, Ernest Christopher Richardson. Jr.. Dr. William deBerniere MacNider, Dr. James Bell B ullitt, Marcus Lafayette Aderholt, Jr., Raymond M. Wheeler. Second Row: Oliver Wayne Williamson, Jean Lui Phipps, Asa Richmond Parham, Clark Rodman. William Romulus Jenk- ins, Dr. R. L. Holman, Frank Miller Nifong, George Erwin Gutmann. Third Row: Julia Rowena Sidbury. Evan Alexander Erwin. Alvis B. Dickson, Fred Lionel Tunick, John Bunyan Riggsbee, Dit. W. A. Connolly, Charles Edward Ridenhour. John Dec tor Hoyle. Fourth Row: James Wilton McLean, Lois Frayser, Claude Lowry Pressly, Smith Foyell. Ernest H. Yelton, Robert Frank- lin Keadle, Willard Chappell Hewitt, Dr. Walter Reece Berryhill. Thomas Hall Holmes, Lawrence Franklin Cruze, Rob- ert McCue Hall, B. J. Schaaf, Jack Hughes, Lesslie W. Rose, Jr., James Alexander Taylor. First Year Class: Geo. Badalas, Wm. O. Beavers, Robt. B. Beckwith, Edmund D. Bennett, F. A. Blount, Henry Boone, O. Watts Booth, W. C. Carnes, James E. Davis, C. H. Edwards, Thos. W. Ellis, Hillard Gold, Jerry Gavce, H.W.Harris, L. D. Hayman, Hunter Heath, Richard E. Hed- rick, Wm. Edwin Hoy, Wm. F. Hutson, Worth Kirby, Wm. L. Long, John B. McDevitt, Wm. H. Meroney, R. A. Mc- Lemore, J. H. Millet, T. L. Morrow, T. L. Murphy, Isaac Floyd Nesbitt, B. G. Noble, T. S. Perrin, J. D. Piver, George D. Plonk, C. L. Putzel, John H. Reed, Carlos J. Ross, Wm. Henry Shull, B. W. Sitterson, Hugh Smith, H. W. Sparrow, J. T. Stegall, R. E. Sumner, B. R. Swan, Wm. Tenenblatt, R. B. Williams. FRED FRENCH ROBERT M. HALL J. HARRY ALLEN First Row: Worth Kirby, Woodall Rose, John B. McDevitt, Jerry Gafsie, George Bedalis, William C. Carnes, William Shaul, B. R. Beckwith, Hillard Gold, Edmund Bennett. Second Row: Hunter Heath, George Plonk, James E. Davis, Ted Blount, William Hay, Lacy Morrow, William Beavers, William Harris, Robert McLemore. Third Row: Charles Edwards, Henry Boone, Hudson, R. E. Hedrick, Floyd Nesbit, Baxter Noble, William Tenenblatt, Dr. Wesley Critz George, Harry Allen. Fourth Row: Watts Booth, Lynch Murphy, Robert Sumner, Louis Hayman. Thomas Ellis. James Piver. J. Keith Borland. Fifth Row: John Miller, Dr. Granvil Charles Kyker, Dr. E. C. Pliske, Dr. A. T. Miller, Jr., Dr. Walter Reece Berryhill. John Stegall, Bernard Swan, Hugh Smith, Alfred Costner, Jack Lynch. Sixth Row: Harry Sparrow, Lunceford Long, Carlos Ross, R. B. Williams, Thomas Perrin, John Reed, Charles Putzel, Beecher Sitterson, William Meroney. " ...AND PHARMACY, LAW, AND MED TOO ' SNUGGLE PUPPIES HE STOOPS TO CONQUER LATE DATE IN THE MAKING DISTURBING INFLUENCES STEADY EASY DOES IT ANALYTIC IKE 199 I Iff Hi! ±m + N EXTRA-CURRICULAR SUPPLEMENTING ACADEMIC ACTIVITY GENE WITTEN Editor-in-Chief HARRY M. JONES Business Manager TAR AN ' FEATHERS Editorial Staff: Jak Armstrong, Managing Editor; Hunt Hobbs, Feature Editor; Charles Colby, Cartoon Editor; G. B. Lamm, Photography Editor; St. Clair Pugh, Exchange Editor. Cartoons: Tom Biebigheiser, Barnaby Conrad, Henry Moll, Lynn Bernhardt, Bill Seeman, Ken Currier, Clyde Stallings, St. Clair Pugh. Features: Clint Newton, Art Clark, Helen Plyler, Jabie Heyward, Skipper Bowles, Jean Wire, Orville Campbell, Brad McCuen. Photography: Hugh Morton, Ross Craver, J. B. Henson. Business Staff: Bob Marshburn, Howard Cohn, Jack Rawls, Martin Schwab, Murry Sims. Coed Staff: Helen Plyler, Manager; Jean Beeks, Nancy Mclver, Gail Davidson, Grace Gilbert. This year as every year in the past, the Buccaneer was the problem child of the Publications Board. However campus reformers took the matter out of the hands of the P. U. Board by abolishing the humor magazine. To re- place the Buccaneer the P. U. Board ordained a successor called Tar an ' Feathers. After the November issue campus reformers again tried to step in, but Editor Witten com- plied with their wishes by putting out a clean but unhu- morous humor publication. The legislature set up the new Tar an ' Feathers with a censor board of five editors who were to pass on all ma- terial that was to be used — an editor for each department whose duty was to keep his section clean, or something. Editor Witten was to choose these editors and invest in them his council ; but it availed nothing. To quote the editor, " I ' m the only censor around here. " This year the " humor mag " presented campus life in a new way. Lots of snapshots and picture stories were used. The written features took a turn toward satire. Campus policies and institutions were hit, taking the place of the fiction of previous " years. The cartoons this year come out of the gutter and, leaving sex behind, encompassed a more cosmopolitan field. The policy of this new publication can be summed up in the words of Sound Fury: " Not funny — but clean. 1 " JONES u jL DAILY TAR HEEL " Common sense liberalism, " the Daily Tar Heel terms its edi- torial policy. It is liberal within reason ; thus, neither reactionaries nor radicals will countenance us. But honest, rational, thinking people usually either agree with us or at least give us credit for thinking about the things that happen around us. This " common sense liberalism " permits the Tar Heel to uphold the right of a free student press, yet oppose a dirty humor magazine; to believe that America should not enter the war, yet allow the expression of the opposing viewpoints in its public column ; to spearhead the demands of students for better dormitory furniture, yet insist that they must accept responsibility for protection of that which they have; to defend the right of alleged " super-liberal " faculty members to have their say, yet impress upon them the nec- essity of exercising a little common sense also; to advocate greater student participation in affairs of curriculum, readmissions, athletics, and student welfare, yet constantly remind them of responsibilities that accompany power. On the news end of the paper the purpose has been to present all the news, in proportion to its news worthiness, with fairness to every organization and shade of opinion. We have sought to dig out and present the truth, yet not intentionally hurt individuals. The series of stories on the action of the North Carolina Board of Education in rejecting for text and supplementary use the fifth grade history book of Professors Albert Newsome and Hugh Lefler, was the best bit of work done by the Tar Heel. The work of the editorial staff in behalf of a course on the history of the University should some day prove to be its most noteworthy achievement. STAFF Don Bishop, Editor; Charles Barrett, Managing Editor; William Bruner, Business Manager; Joseph Zayton, Circulation Manager. Bill Snider, Associate Editor. Louis Harris, Simons Roof, George Simpson, Orville Campbell, Editorial Board. Martha Clampitt, Barnaby Conrad, Columnists. Henry Moll, Cartoonist. Jim McEwen, Shirley Hobbs, Marion Lippincott, Faye Riley, Constance Mason, Kathryn Charles, Feature Board. Fred Cazel, Rush Hamrick, City Editors. Ed Rollins, Wire Editor. Dick Young, Sylvan Meyer, Bob Hoke, Night Editors. Bruce Snyder, Baxter McNeer, G. C. McClure, Assist- ants. Bucky Harward, Philip Carden, Ransom Austin, Mary Caldwell, Grady Reagan, Ernest Frankel, Paul Komisaruk, Elsie Lyon, Vivian Gillespie, Larry Dale, Grace Rutledge, Bill Webb, Reporters. Jack Mitchell, Staff Photographer. Leonard Lobred, Sports Editor. Harry Hollingsworth, Ernie Frankel, Paul Komisaruk, Night Sports Editors. Ben Snyder, Abby Cohen, Earle Hellen, Steve Reiss, Sports Reporters. Bill Schwartz, Morty Ulman, Local Advertising Managers. Bill Stanback, Jack Dube, Durham Representatives. Bill Stanback, Ditzi Buice, Jimmy Norris, Marvin Rosen. Farris Stout, Robert Bettmann, Local Assistants. Morty Golby, Mary Bowen, Elinor Elliott, Millicent Mc- Kendry, Rose Lefkowitz, Zena Schwartz, Collections. Jack Holland, Office Manager. Sarah Nathan, Office Assistant. Henry Zaytoun, Joe Schwartz, Circulation Office Staff. VL CAROLINA MAGAZINE Officers: Adrian Spies, Editor; William Allen, Business Manager; Jack Holland, Assistant Business Manager; Henry Moll, Art Editor; Joe Zaytoun, Circulation Manager. Editorial Assistants: James Cox, Paul Quinn, Leonard Lo- bred, Louis Harris, Barnaby Conrad, Office: Sara Sheppard. Advertising Assistants: Harold Berk, George Leder, Charlie Harris, Mary Jane Daffin, Jayne Crosby. This year we raised a few eyebrows, dented the armor of a few old-timers and fell victims of the modern passion for stream-lining by changing our name from Magazine to " Mag " . This was of course a superficial part of a policy to offer a neater literary and journalistic package to the campus. We were helped by the additions of a two-color cover and cartoons. Our contributions, although never reach- ing the point of swamping us and usually the chil- dren of several rewrites, attempted to deal with im- portant matters in a way which would be of interest to the student body at large. And we tried to aug- ment our liberal principles by including fewer of them in a publication that offered a readable variety. IBB 1 k» A The Carolina Mag has consistently gained national recog- nition for the absolute freedom which every editor has had, without faculty or alumni censorship, editors have always been able to preserve an honest and courageous publication. And throughout the country, wherever the Mag is recognized, the university has maintained its just reputation for liberalism. In past years this recognition has more often been off of the cam- pus than on it. This year we have attempted to retain the old principles and enhance our campus standing. If future editors will keep alive a variety of interests and, most important, a sense of humor, the Carolina Mag may eventually become the accepted tag that its inherent purpose commands. YACKETY BYRD MERRILL Editor-in-Chief NORMAN STOCKTON, JR. Business Manager Business Staff: Louis Stephens, David Reid, Bahnson Gray, George Stammler, Frank Dalton, Dick Kaskel, Dean Williams, Frances Gibson, Eleanor Saule, Rusty Eames, Jean Sherwood, Ruth Mayer, Zack Smith. Editorial Staff: G. I. Kimball, Sectional Editor; Billy Peete, Divisional Editor; John Thorp, Editorial Editor; and Charlie Tillett, Engraving Editor. Photography Staff: Hugh Morton, Editor; G. B. Lamm, Jack Fields, Jack Mitchell, Ross Craver, J. B. Henson, Stanley Holland. Senior Section: Stuart McCoach, Editor; Mary Caldwell, Spencer Watkins, Lattie Brown, Arthur Joyner, Bennett Creech. Junior Section: Jack Page, Editor; Sonny Await, Stuart Baesal, Vernon Godfrey, Sonny Boney. Sophomore Section: Wert Rhyne, Editor; Vincent Ander- son, George Smedberg, George Summer, Kendall Willis. Fraternity Section: William Watkins, Editor; James Thorp, Paul Huber, Bobby Crawford, Edward Boyle, Josiah Bailey. Coed Section: Louise Dudley Smith, Editor; Elinor El- liott, Eunice Patton. Athletic Section: Hunt Hobbs, Editor; Jack Saunders, Sterling Gillian, Karl Swartz. Honorary Section: Henry Newsom, Editor; Jim Yount, Bill Frazier. Extracurricular Section: G. A. Lemmon, Editor; Irwin Henderson, Richard McElroy, Carrington Guy. Introductory Section: Floyd Cahoon, Editor; John Byers, Tom Gibbons, Martha LeFevre. Dance Section: Bill Broadfoot, Editor. Typists: Ann Bates, Mary Louise Wilson, Millicent McKendry. YACK Although an annual only has one edition, the tears and toil of accumulating together the mass of material, photographs, writeups begin in September and do n ot end until the book is out in May. The annual goes to press by sections and not a week passes during the year in which there is not some type of " deadline " to meet. This year ' s Yackety Yack was built around the obvious theme of " Chapel Hill, 1941. " Besides the formal and orthodox parts of the annual, the staff has tried to build up as complete a picture of the University and its life here and now on the campus in an informal manner. With the cooperation of the Publications Union Board, the quality of the annual has been improved so that it is not only the largest Yackety Yack ever printed, but also color has been added in design and kodachrome engravings. Much credit for this year ' s book goes to the fine cooperation of the staff without whose help, the 1941 Yackety Yack would never become a reality. GENNETT LEAR PUBLICATIONS UNION BOARD The Officers of the 1940-41 P.U. Board are: Leonard Lobred, President; Andrew Gennett, Secretary; William Seeman, Treasurer; George F. Horner, Faculty Member; Earl H. Hartsell, Faculty Member; and J. M. Lear, Faculty Adviser. With complete financial control of the four student publications — the Daily Tar Heel. Yackety Yack. Tar an Feathers, and the Carolina Magazine — the Publications Union Board promotes cooperation among publications without influencing their policies. The Board appoints and fixes the salaries of all paid workers except the elected editors; makes contracts for printing and engraving; and controls the expenditure of all publications funds. Although the fee may be raised only by campus vote, the Board may low r er it; this was done this spring. There are five men on the Board. Three students are elected by campus-wide vote of the Publications Union, which is composed of every student at the University. The Dean of Administration appoints the two faculty members for staggered two-year terms. A financial adviser from the faculty also sits with the Board but has no vote. Left to Right: Seeman, Gennett, Lobred, Horner, Hartsell, and Lear. BEESTON McMASTER CULLUM MARSH FOOTE RHODES LOARING-CLARK SWIFT LOGAN WRIGHT WOMEN ' S INTERDORMITORY COUNCIL The purpose of the committee is to arouse and stimulate interest in extra- curricula activities, the Woman ' s Student Government, and better dormitory relations. The duties of this council are: to help the new students get acquainted with Carolina, to interest the new students in activities throughout the year, and to counsel with them, and to improve inter-dormitory and intra-dormitory rela- tions. MEMBERS Betty Moore, President; Ann Thornburgh, Secretary; Susan Swift, Sarah Wright, Ann Moore, Olivia Rhodes, Genie Loaring-Clark, Alaine Marsh, Maxine Beeston, Sylvia Cullum, Diana Foote, Henrietta Logan, Louise Hall, Ann Adler, Mildred Brown, Jane McMaster, Ex-ofHcio. MOORE THORNBURGH First Row: Briggs, Taylor, Heath, Stewart, Dunn, Savarese. Second Row: Hewitt, Pope. Langford, Belk. Moore, Parker. Edwards, Kor- NEGAY. INTERDORMITORY COUNCIL Officers of the Interdormitory Council: Ben Heath, President; Albert Stewart, Vice-President; Ed Taylor, Secretary; Elwood Dunn, Treasurer. Council of Dormitory Presidents: Robert Korne- gay, Grimes; Aubrey Moore, Manly; Charles Sava- rese, Old East; Harry Belk, " H " ; Hal Pope, Aycock; Ed Erickson, Lewis; Roy Parker, Old West; Mack Edwards, Steele; Bill Johnson, Everett; Eldon Sand- ers, " K " ; Pat Witherington, Graham; Edwin Briggs, Ruffin; Bill Lankford, BVP; Albert Hewitt, Man- gum. Members of the Interdormitory Council: Gr imes: George Hayes, Earnest Spence, Wilson Lewis, Ben Aiken, Frank Green, Jack Conley. Manly: Lester Callan, Steve Peck, Archie Lovin, Bob Heyman, Albert Johnson, Page Shamburger. Old East: Charles Barker, Ervin Hall, Harry Lewis, Jim Hambright, Eugene Davant. H Dorm: Keith Edmister, Garland Hendrix, Jim Shaw, Charles Spaugh, Arthur Foster. Aycock: Bob Lambert, Tom Dill, Dave Barksdale, Ed Duke, Ben Tillett. Lewis: Don Baker, Hal Jennings, Boyce Clinton Morrow, Marshall Parker, Roy Asch. Old West: John Hampton, Charles Barrett, Mike Roberts, Tom Wright, George Worth. K Dorm: Pick Hamlin, John McCormick, Bill Brown, Martin Berger, Ralph Crawford. Graham: Hill Carter, John Powell, Al Jowdy, Hu- bert Smith, John Touloupas. Riiffin: Buck Timberlake, Joe Halsaback, John Johnston, Jack Towell, Kays Gary. Steele: Walter Clark Hargroves, Dolphus Taylor Fisher, Frank Reynolds, Gene Smith, Sam Teague. B] 7 P: Bernis Slavia, Ed Council, Archie Tomlin- son, Claywell Anderson, Mac Murphy. Everett: Bill Johnson, Ed Shytle, Samuel Gambill, Terry Sanford, Dick Silverman. Man gum: Bill Wall, Steve Forrest, Tommy Spar- row, Wesley Gooding, G. B. Lamm, Acton Keats. First Row: Hampton, Hargrove. Council. Dunn. Heath. Taylor. Davant. Briggs, Savarese. Second Row: Callan, Fisher, Edwards, Holmes, Reynolds, Teague, Hambright, Erickson. Third Row: Johnson, Lewis, Barker, Halsaback, Powell, Witherington, Gooding, Carter, Tillett, Johnston. Fourth Row: Parker, Crawford, Moore, Baker. Asch. Jennings, Hall. Fifth Row: Silverman, Hendrix, Edmister, Spaugh, Foster, Barksdale, Hamlin. Sixth Row: Brown, Sanders, Shamburger, Smith, Peck, Wall, Forrest, Ratledge. Seventh Row: Gambill, Timberlake, Pope, Lambert, Morrow. r 1 m s i • FELTS FREDRICK GIBSON HAYES HOBBS H. HOLLINGSWORTH L. HOLLINGSWORTH HOLLAND PATTEN RICHARDSON PYLE RHYNE ROSE SCHMIDT SCHWARTZ SEBRELL SHEI.KOFF BARHAM BEESTON BRIGGS CHAMBLISS DALTON DAVANT DIFFENDAL ELLIOT IDOL KIMBALL LACKEY LINDSEY MARTIN MENDELSOHN MURPHEY OWENS SHYTLE SPRANZY TAYLOR TILLETT TORREY TUCKER WHITAKER A. WILLIAMS F. WILLIAMS TAYLOR DIFFENDAL HAYES SEBRELL UNIVERSITY CLUB OFFICERS Ferebee Taylor, President; George Hayes, Vice- President; John Diffendal, Secretary; Emmeti Sebrell, Treasurer. MEMBERS Kufus S. Shelkoff, Phi Alpha; Ed Shytle, Everett; George Spransy, " K " ; Bill Felts, Beta Theta Pi; Bill Schwartz, Z. B. T. ; Ferebee Taylor, Zeta Psi ; Charles Tillett, S. A. E.; Robert Torrey, Delta Psi; Charlie Tucker, Sigma Chi; Ernest Skillman, Manly; Anne Williams, Chi Omega; Gene Davant, Old East; Pinky Elliot; W. T. Martin; Lloyd Hollingsworth, Piggy Briggs, Ruffin; Boston Lackey, Aycock; John Chambliss, Sigma Nu; Caroline Dalton, Alpha Delta Phi; John Diffendal, A. T. O.; O. R. Barham, Lewis; George Hayes, Grimes; Truman Hobbs, D. K. E.; Jack Holland, Kappa Sigma; Harry Hollingsworth, " H " Dorm.; Bickett Idol, Phi Gamma Delta; Pat Witherington, Graham; G. I. Kimball, Mangum; Jean Lindsay, Spencer; Ridley Whitaker, Steele; Marvin Mendelsohn, Phi Lambda Pi; Eddie Minges. Lambda Chi Alpha; Frank Williams, Old West; Max- ine Beeston, Women ' s Dorm. 2; Mac Murphy, B. V. P.; Oscar Owens, Pi Kappa Alpha; Eunice Patten, Pi Beta Phi; Charles Pyle, Phi Kappa Alpha; Frances Gibson, Women ' s Dorm. 1; Wert Rhyne, Chi Phi; Stewart Richardson, Phi Delta Theta; Al Rose, T. E. P.; Freddy Schmidt, Chi Psi; Emmett Sebrell, ■ Kappa Alpha. The University Club is composed of a junior-class representative from each men ' s dormitory and fra- 216 ra num M K glf » ©, „ ft ft ft li Jh O ft P ft [ft O. ft ft ,A Jv v N f J ft ft ternity and a senior-class representative from each girls ' dormitory and sorority. Having direct contact with almost every undergraduate on the campus it, therefore, is a most representative group. The Club is primarily a service organization and all of its functions are carried through in the interest of the student body and the University. The motto of the Club — for the University — is self-explanatory of the purposes of the Club. The functions of the Club are many and varied. Through its cooperation with the Athletic Associa- tion, the Club seeks to promote and maintain en- thusiasm and good sportsmanship in all University events and contests by sponsoring pep rallies, enter- taining visiting teams, etc. In cooperation with the General Alumni Office, the Club tries to maintain alumni interest. In addition, the Club seeks to inter- est prospective students in the University, it seeks to improve intra-school relations, and it assists other organizations in carrying out projects which will benefit the student body and the University. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL Officers: Christian Siewers, President; George Simpson, Vice-President; Bill Broadfoot, Secre- tary; Bob Rutter, Treasurer. Members: George Simpson, Alpha Tau Ome- ga; Christian Siewers, Beta Theta Pi; Bob Sloan, Chi Phi; Francis Gugert, Chi Psi; Wil- liam Hand, Delta Kappa Epsilon; Don Torrey, Delta Psi; Tom Long, Kappa Alpha; Ed Mash- burn, Kappa Phi; Charles Wood, Kappa Sigma; Neil Thompson, Lambda Chi Alpha; Sidney BROADFOOT, SIEWERS, AND RUTTER Sadoff, Phi Alpha; Byrd Merrill, Phi Delta Theta, Charles Idol, Phi Gamma Delta; Bob Rutter, Phi Kappa Sigma; Bill Conley, Pi Kap- pa Alpha; Jim Schleiffer, Pi Lambda Phi; Bill Broadfoot, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Tom Ed- wards, Sigma Chi; Bill Bruner, Sigma Nu; Oscar Zimmerman, Tau Epsilon Phi; Maurice Edwards, Zeta Beta Tau; Edward Penick, Zeta Psi. The Interfraternity Council has as its func- tion the governing of all the men ' s Greek letter organizations on the campus. The Presidents of each House make up the membership of the group. This Council has the power to try breaches of its by-laws and to punish such breaches by fines or other means which it may deem wise. The Council enforces a plan whereby each House is to see that there are no violations of the coed-fraternity agreement rather than leav- ing the execution of the plan up to the individ- ual coed. Fraternities are held responsible to the Interfraternity Council rather than to the administration of any other body. Permission for House Parties or other social functions V Wi First Row: Gugert, Idol, Broadfoot, Siewers, Rutter. Edwards, T. Second Row: Edwards, M., Conley, Zimmerman. Ragland. Hand, Merrill, Schleiffer, Mashburn, Bruner. comes directly from the President of the Coun- cil. The Council controls rushing regulations and all other matters which pertain to the frater- nities as a group. This year the Council took a definite forward step by abolishing the objec- tionable practices of the so-called Hell Week. This Governing body works closely with the Dean of Students, the Faculty Committee on Fraternities, and the Student Council. This year the Council sent two delegates, Chris Siewers and Bill Broadfoot, to the Na- tional Interfraternity Conference in New York City. For the first time the Council is publishing and sending to incoming freshmen a booklet on fraternities at the University. The organiza- tion also donates several scholarships to boys each year and contributes to worthy campus organizations. 219 KAPPA PSI Pledges: Grady Britt, John Henley, Mike Borders, Joe Russel, Wesley R. Vial, Joe Estes, John Thornton, Frank Pickard, Harry Allen, Sam Beavans, Bill Morton, Jefferson Whitehead, Norfleet McDowell, S. N. Wood. Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical fraternity was founded at the Medical College of Virginia on December 15, 1879. The organization was the first Greek-letter society established in the colleges of Pharmacy in the United States. It is the one and only strictly Pharmaceutical fra- ternity which limits its chapters to colleges of Pharmacy holding mem- bership in the American Association of colleges of Pharmacy. This, the Beta Xi chapter, was established at the University of North Carolina in 1915, embodying the following charter members: Dean J. G. Beard, R. A. McDuffie, E. D. Kyser, R. H. Andrews, J. L. Beach, F. N. Patterson, R. H. Mann, G. G. Blackwelder. Kappa Psi, since its origin, has sought to attain the highest ideals in the profession of Pharmacy, and surrounds its members in an atmos- phere of companionship, congeniality, and integrity. Officers: Julian Carter Watkins, Regent; A. L. McLean, Vice- Regent; Edwin Harrison Smith, Jr., Secretary-Treasurer; M. L. Jacobs, Faculty Adviser. Members: Thomas Boone, Joe Edward Hamlet, Dwayne Alton Irwin, A. L. McLean, Bernard Sheffield, Edwin Harrison Smith, Julian Carter Watkins, J. D. Williams, Henry Green, Louis Irwin, Bernard Lockhart, Paul Tart. LOCKHART WILLIAMS CAROLINA POLITICAL UNION The Carolina Political Union is an organization of twenty-five students who bring to the campus outstanding representatives of vary- ing political and social viewpoints in an effort to stimulate student thinking. The Union itself is a non-partisan group, although it in- cludes within its ranks members of all major political parties. During the past year the Union presented to the campus a number of outstanding political leaders. Included on its programs were: Sena- tor Claude Pepper and Rev. A. J. Muste in the fall quarter; Speaker Sam Rayburn, Senator Gerald Nye, and Secretary of Commerce Jesse Jones, Major George Fielding Elliot, and National Democratic Chair- man Ed Flynn. The officers of the Union elected last spring are William Joslin, Chairman; Edward Kantrowitz, Vice-Chairman; Arthur Dixon, Secre- tary; Charles Tillett, Treasurer. The members of the Carolina Political Union are: Bill Cochrane, Lucille Darvin, Arthur Dixon, Charlotte Fitz, Lee Gravely, Jim Gray, Louis Harris, Jabie Heyward, Truman Hobbs, Bill Joslin, Ed Kantro- witz, Maury Kershaw, Mac McLendon, Helen Milan, George Peabody, Richard Railey, Norma Slatoff, Bill Snider, Norman Stockton, Ferebee Taylor, Ike Taylor, Ridley Whitaker, Lee Wiggins, Frank Williams, Kenan Williams, and Dr. E. J. Woodhouse, Faculty Adviser. JOSLIN Faculty advisers are: Frank Porter Graham, Francis Bradshaw, M. S. Breckenridge, Lee M. Brooks, W. E. Caldwell, Dudley DeWitt Car- roll, Harry F. Comer, E. E. Ericson, George M. McKie, W. A. Olsen, J. Maryon Saunders, Howard K. Beale, Louis O. Kattsoff. First Row: Ericson, Breckenridge. Dixon, Kantrowitz, Joslin, Tillett, Woodhouse. McKie. Second Ron : Wiggins, Darvin, Gravely, Milam, Peabody, Hobbs, Fitz, Taylor, Slatoff, Cochrane. Kershaw, Snider. Third Row: Harris, Gray, Williams, F., Whitaker, McLendon, Railey, Williams, K., Stockton, Heyward. WOMEN ' S GRADUATE ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Josephine Andoe, President; Mary Jane Yeatman, Graduate Representative-at-large: Mary Emily Parker, Student Legis- lature; Louise Hall, Anne Adler, Mildred Brown. Inter-dormi- tory Council representatives; Emily Siler. Social Committee Chairman; Vera Mae Lanning, Finance Committee Chairman. JOSEPHINE ANDOE First Rmt : Marian Maschin. Dramatic Arts; Mary Emily Parker. History; Margaret Kennette. Physical Education. Second Row: Hazel Solomon. French; Dorothy Rose. Social Work; Margaret Smith. Social Work; Marguerite McCol- lum, Social Work; Jane Zimmerman, History; Leah R. C. Yoffie. Sociology. Third Row: Elsie Setzer. Botany; Oscie Sanders. Sociology; Mary M. Templeton. Mathematics; Ann Dawson. English; Anne Mevcborne, Mathematics. 222 Since the completion and occupation of the new dormitory for graduate and professional women, this group of students has developed a unity and sig- nificance heretofore non-existent on this campus. In- dicative of this growing unification of spirit is the desire of the group to have recognition as a centraliz- ed body. Through its organization of dormitory of- ficers and its widespread activities it has taken its place in University life. During the past year, the graduate co-eds have participated in the plans and celebration for Homecoming, Student-Faculty Day, the dorm ' s various formal social activities, as well as being valuable in both their scholarly and collegi- ate activities. First Row: Louise Hall; Mildred Brown; May Gibson Bain, Social Work; Maggie Sarah Jones, Library Science; Martha Harris. Library Science. Second Row: Josephine Andoe. Music; Anne Adler. Economics; Margaret Briggs, Social Work; Gertrude Coddington. Li- brary Science; Mary Fuller. Library Science; Ruth Ellis. Botany; Virginia Birkby, Library Science; Frances Moose, French. Third Row: Virginia Griffin. Zoology; Marian Garwood. Botany; Virginia Hayes. Dramatic Arts; Sue Burns, Education. 223 DEBATE COUNCIL The University ' s Debate Council is organized to promote forensic activity on the Carolina campus, and in such a role it has entered several fields of ac- tivity. In its most important work, that of debating prop- er, it has met in Chapel Hill, Randolph-Macon Col- lege for Men, Randolph-Macon Women ' s College, the University of Pennsylvania, the College of Wil- liam and Mary, Erskine College, Tulane University, the University of Vermont, Swarthmore College, Haverford College, Carnegie Tech, New York Uni- versity, and Cornell University. On March the 7th or 8th a team traveled to Char- lottesville, Washington, and Baltimore to meet the University of Virginia, George Washington Uni- versity, and Loyola College in Baltimore. Then during the Spring Holidays most of the teams were debated at Chapel Hill that had been previously met elsewhere. Also it is hoped to include Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, and possibly McGill University in Montreal. Particular emphasis has been put on Freshman work for the first time this year. They had two de- bates with Wake Forest there and one with Emory University here. It has long been the policy to have men debate questions according to their beliefs. In other words an attempt is made to eliminate the sophistry which would result from debating against one ' s own con- victions. This year also marked the first time that there has been active work on the squad from coeds. The first debate in which a coed participated was with the University of Pennsylvania when Elsie Lyon and Gra- ham Carlton represented Carolina. In addition to the debating work, the Council has fostered other types of speech activity on the campus through its contributions to the Carolina Political Union, the International Relations Club, and the Di and the Phi. Student Members: T. W. M. Long, Jr., President; E. N. Maner, Jr., Executive Secretary; Wesley Bagby, William Freeny Ward. Squad: Elsie Lyon, William F. Ward, L. P. Mc- Lendon, R. G. Henry, Charles E. Johnson, Jr., W. B. Cobb, Jr., Jack M. Harrill, William J. Woestendick, Robert P. Frankel, Tom Nash, Randall McLeod, Joe E. Ferguson, Curry Jones, Richard Railey, Lucinda Lee, W. P. Burkhimer, Bob Rosenast, Paul Ruben- stein, Norman Civic, Wesley Bagby, Lem Gibbons, Graham M. Carlton. Faculty Members: W. A. Olsen, George McKie, E. J. Woodhouse. First Row: Lyon, Ward, Maner, Bagby, Burkhimer. Lee. Second Row: McLendon, Cobb, Johnson, Civic, Gibbons, Carlton. Rubenstein, Rosenast, Railey, Jones, Third Row: Crouch, Henry, Ferguson, Frankel, Nash, McLeod, Williamson. First Ron: Newsome. Collins, Rogers, Appeldoorn. Lewis. Epstein. Second Row: Olsen, Grun. Eddy, Reid. Brammer. Mann. Grimes. Ward, Lerner. Moody. Third Row: Hallett. McLeod, Lamson. Elliott. Edwards. Harrelson, Mengel. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Officers: Manfred Rogers, President; Thomas Hal- lett, Vice-President; Lyman Collins, Secretary; John Hampton, Treasurer. Members: William Alexander, Wesley Bagby, Jean Beeks, Thelma Brammer, Orin Brown, Kedar Bryan, Anne Cromartie, Gale Davidson, Richard Eddy, Alton Edwards, Elinor Elliott, Charles Elliott, June Epstein, Vivian Gillespie, Denman Hammond, Charles Johnson. Robert Lamson, Roger Mann, Craig Maston, Millicent McKendry, Randall McLeod, Dyer Moore, Grady Morgan, Jennie Wells Newsome, Annie Peyton, Louis Poisson, Shirley Raisler, Zennie Riggs, Mary Susan Robertson, Noland Ryan, Grace Trout, Nancy Smith, Jane Ward, and W. B. Olsen, Faculty Advisor. The International Relations Club is a non-partisan and non-political organization composed of forty stu- dents who endeavor to study current international affairs and to promote the interest of the students of the University in international relations. The IRC fulfills its purpose by a threefold program. The first phase of Club work is the heated and constructive " bull sessions " held every business meeting. These discussions are open to all the students and a good time is had by all attending. These programs are generally held in Gerrard Hall and are of a all student, all faculty, or student and faculty nature, and are presented by the IRC in the hopes of stimulating student interest in the international field. The third phase of IRC work is the presentation of famed ambassadors and distinguished statesmen to speak before the University, state, and the nation on the vital happenings in the international scene. In fulfillment of this phase of IRC work, many distinguished internationalists have appeared here this past school year, including such men as Assistant United States Secretary of State Adolph A. Berle, Civil Aviation Chairman Oswald Ryan, and former United States Ambassador to France William C. Bullitt. Mr. Bullitt ' s address was broadcast over a nation wide hookup and later shortwaved to London and the rest of the world. His appearance here filled the spacious Memorial Hall to its capacity. Y. M. C. A. JUNIOR-SENIOR CABINET Officers: Sydenham Alexander, Presi- dent; John Oliver, Vice-President; Wil- liam Joslin, Secretary; Ed Maner, Treas- urer. CARLTON, WEATHERFORD, ALEXANDER, AND COMER First Row: Quimbv, Teague. Oliver, Alexander, Lewis. Second Row: Kantrowitz, Wallenborn, Broad, Carlton. Stallings. Roebuck. Third Row: Ledbetter. Sessoms, Sanders, Comer. Members: William Joslin, Ed Maner, Samuel Teague, Fred Broad, High Quimby, William Peete, William Snyder, Orville Campbell, Philip Carlton, Louis Harris, Trez Year- man, Troy Hodges, Max Rohm, Frank Ledbetter, David Sessoms, Arthur Link, Richard Kendrick, Ralph Bowman, Arthur Dixon, Charles Putzel, Ike Grainger, W. T. Martin, Charles Philips, Fred Cazel, Frank Williams, Peter Wallen- born, Willis Weatherford, Ed. Kantrowitz, Harry Lasker, Edwin Hubbard, D. E. Sanders, Herman Boemanns, George Coxhead, Otho Linker, Eugene Williams. SOPHOMORE CABINET Officers: Graham Carlton, President; William Stanback, Vice-President; Henry Newsome, Secre- tary; Peyton Townes, Treasurer. Members: Dave Ashburn, Ed. Austin, Dave Bailey, Mack Bell, Richard Bell, Ritchie Bell, Richard Bernstein, Law- rence Britt, Carter Broad, Norman Burwen, Guy Beverly, L. D. Campbell, Ross Craver, Donald Currie, Elton Ed- wards, William Elmore, David Fiske, Wade Fox, Harold Gee, Lemuel Gibbons, Donald Graeff, Bucky Harward, James Heyward, Chester Hill, Ed. Hobbs, Hunt Hobbs, Herbert Hollowell, Sinclair Jacobs, Charles Johnston, Rus- sell Kirby, G. A. Lemmon, Orrin Magill, Mike Mangum, Merlin Martin. Hobart McKeever, Randall McLeod, Sylvan Meyer, Sim Nathan, Robert Page, Jack Page, Steve Peck, Glen Penney, Steve Piller, D. B. Powell, Gene ReQua, Frank Robinson, Robert Saunders, Page Shamburger, Dill Simpson, W. J. Smith, Richard Strauss, William Thomas, James Walker, Preston White, Samuel Williams, John Young. FRESHMAN FRIENDSHIP COUNCIL Officers: Wade Weatherford, President; Bob Shu- ford, Vice-President; Arthur Williams, Secretary. Members: Harry Kittner, Cyrus King, Eppie Knight, Carroll Lippard, James Mangum, James Mason, Bob Moore, Mack Morris, Charlie Nixon, Frank Payne, Robert Sauer, Bob Shuford, Howard Starnes, James Stokely, Wade Weatherford, Terrell Webster, Caldwell Ward, Thad Wil- kerson, Rhett Winters, Frank Wortman, Henry Zaytoun, Walter Crouch, Harry Creech, Billy Rabil, Jack Lamm, Stuart Campbell, Zion Boney, Shep Bryan, Willie Long, John Hackney, Bill Webb, Vincent Anderson, Tom Skin- ner, Howard Stein, Roscoe Barber, John Bell, James Boyce, Edwin Boyle, Frank Cantrell, Mike Carr, Julius Carden, Charlie Clinard, Bill Cobb, Jimmy Davis, Dewey Dorsett, Sterling Gilliam, Ed Hartshorn, Frank Holman, Lee How- ard, Garrison Freeman, Tom Jewett, Jim Johnson, Warren Johnson, Leon Adams, George Latshaw, Jack Lindsay, Billy Lancaster, Leon Young, Joe Winslow, Billy Parker, Carl Huffman. CLARK, CLAMPITT, MOORE, McCONNELL, JORDAN, FITZ. McCONNF.LL Y. W. C. A. Officers: Julia McConnell, President; Charlotte Fitz, Vice-Presi- dent; Susan Klaber, Secretary; Martha Clampitt, Treasurer. Cabinet: Betty Moore; Cornelia Clark; Muriel Malhson; Mary Gail Menius; Christine Dobbins; Louise Jordan, Graduate Adviser; Mrs. Walter Spearman, Chairman of Advisory Board. 230 THE HILLEL FOUNDATION Officers: Rabbi Samuel Sandmel, Director; Ed- ward Kantrowitz, President; Albert Rose, Vice-Presi- dent; June Epstein, Secretary. Cabinet Members: Joshua Goldberg, Abe Willar, Mortimer Stang, Harry Vinokur, Howard Finkel- stein, Harry Kittner, Aaron Raisin, James Loeb, Coleman Finkel, Doris Weinkle, Norman Primack, Louis Scheinman, Arlene Steinbach, Bennie Vatz, Irvin Fleischman, Albert Josselson, Lucille Darvin, Zena Schwartz, Rose Lefkowitz, Shirley Raisler, Ralph Levy, Dorothy Aronson, Maurice Kanter, Mel Katz, Jimmie Schliefer, Frank Fatell, Irvin Sigal, Ber- nard Moser, Eleanor Bernert, Rhoda Nelson, Sam Wallace, David Arner, Harry Lasker. The B ' nai B ' rith Hillel Foundation was organized at Chapel Hill in 1936. It is a unit in a national organization devoted to cultural and religious work among Jewish students in some sixty American colleges and universities. Religious services are held weekly in both Ortho- dox and Reform rituals. There is an extensive cul- tural program designed to stimulate and educate. The Foundation also offers a medium of cooperating with other religious and campus groups. All organizational activities of the Foundation are carried out by a cabinet which includes a nucleus of interested students from which a smaller group will be selected in the spring. First Row: Steinbach, Weinkle, Epstein, Kantrowitz, Schwartz, Raisler, Lefkowitz. Second Row: Scheinman, Wallace, Finkelstein, Vatz, Josselson, Katz, Levy, Arner. Third Row: Stang, Kittner, Primack, Willar, Sigal, Goldberg, Raisin, Moser. KANTROWITZ EPSTEIN VL BAND Band Officers: Hubert Henderson, President; Warren Simpson, Vice-President; Brooks Griffin, Secretary - Treasurer ; Don Wilson, Business Man- ager; Ed Keator, Assistant Business Manager; Bob Reed, Librarian; David Arner, Assistant Librarian; Boston Lackey, Editor of Band Notes; Oscar Zim- merman, Publicity Manager; Earl Slocum, Director; Boots Thompson, Charles Moore, Richard Bennett, Drum Majors. 1st Row: Maurice Weinstein, Charles Moore, Richard Bennett, Joe Jerger, Thomas Wiggins, Da- vid Bershtein, Leroy Shuping, John Satterfield, Hurst Hatch, Henry Beecher, Bill Cox, Marie Thompson, Earl Slocum, Edward Keator, Milton Kantrowitz. HENDERSON SLOCUM WILSON ZIMMERMAN 2nd Row: Hubert Henderson, Warren Simpson, Louis Evans, James Helms, Wade Denning, Raymond Goodman, Melmuth Thompson, Clarence Ruffin, Charles Nixon, Wilbur Spruill, Gip Kimball, Charles Speissegger, Boyd Blackney, Robert Weis, Joe Linker, Spruill Spain, Everett Charles, Gor- don Kelley, Boston Lackey, Harry Shipman, George Stammler, Bruce Snyder, Trent Busby, Robert Hamburger, Aaron Raisin, William Thompson, Haywood Wyatt, Conrad Schrimpe, Kim- ball Harriman. 3rd Row: Harry Martin, Frank Green, Henry Mar- row, William Woodson, Dwight Price, Charles Pa- lioco, James Pace, Oron Rogers, Morton Turtletaub, Richard Ruby, Oscar Zimmerman, Roger Anderson, Paul King, Zachary Bynum Marshall Stine, Walter Love, William Stewart, Tom Baden, David Arner, David Josephs, Frederick Thompson. 4th Row: Robert Fitzgerald, Harry Lewis, Hamp- ton Shuping, David Hill, John Black, Louis Rubin- sohn, Edward Council, Harvey Hamilton, Charles Johnson, Donald Wilson, Jack Wharton, Carl Prid- gen, Emory Stevenson, Thomas Smith, James Ed- wards, Brooks Griffin, Thomas Farr, Robert Mc- Clary, Chester Hill, Ben Galloway, Robert Reed, Rex Coston, David Maser, Langdon Montgomery. Members Not in the Picture: Paul Dulin, Francis Fatell, Max Harris, B. C. Morrow, Harris Munns, David Rankin, Peter Simone, Arthur Sweet, Fred- erick Wood. € - J WINSTON MEN ' S GLEE CLUB Officers: George E. Deyo, President; William C. M ehaffey, Vice-President; Hurst B. Hatch, Libra- rian; Pat Winston, Treasurer and Business Manager. MEMBERS First Row: Don Blanton, Arthur Jansen, William Mehaffey, Hurst Hatch, George Deyo, Pat Winston, Stuart Morton, Robert Rantz, Albert Johnston. Second Row: Robert Hopkins, Arthur Joyner, Harry Hoffman, Hays Gary, George Jordan, Boston Lackey, Joe Felmet, A. Trog- den, Glen Bogasse, Rex Coston. Third Row: J. B. Titchener, Lewis MacBrayer, William Elmore, John Carter, Robert Matthews, Scott Smither, William Lowenstein, Julian Burroughs, William Stewart, Roger Anderson, Charles Phil- lips, Charles Hussey, Tom Baden. Fourth Row: Harold Keith, Joe Wolfson, James Edwards. Hal Kohn, Ed Rollins, Burton Hampton, Paul Dulin, James Boyd, Ben Snyder, Clarence Ruffin, William Snypes, Ben Park, Jimmy Pritchett, James B. Petty, Thomas Vail, Robert Gordon, Barry Clark. Members not in Picture: Jim Barr, Robert Bettman, S. B. Brad- ley, Arthur Colby, Arthur Conescu. Tom Coppedge, James Craw- ford, Larry Dale, James Earle, Charles Gaylord, Robert Goodman, Francis B. Graw, Ed Greer, Brooks Griffin, George Harn, Charles Hussey, Richard Jaffe, Scott Johnson, William Kirkpatrick, Em- manuel Kinbirch, Roger King, Douglas Moody, Warren McHenry, Albert Sasso, Dan Shields, William Snypes, Samuel Thompson, Julian Varody, W. R. Webb, Jack Wharton, Evan Farber, Lee Howard. 234 WOMEN ' S GLEE CLUB Officers: Genie Loaring-Clark, President; Ann Bates, Vice- President; Mary Isabelle Wolf, Secretary-Treasurer. Members: Genie Loaring-Clark, Betty Phil Edwards, Martha Holland, Dorothy Jackson, Hortense Kelly, Randy Mebane, Louise Patrick, Betty Lou Bolce, Ann Bates, Jean Hahn, Mary Winslow, Ellen New, Mary Isabelle Wolf, Hilda Weaver, Margaret Tipton, Rebecca Fulk, Irene Janes, Edith Fore, Wade Love, Betty Eaton Dixon, Marjorie Keiger, Marion Masehin, Beth Torpin, Mary Guy Boyd, Kay James, Jane During. Eleanor Soule, Eleanore Brown, Katharine Goold, Mary Elizabeth Nash, Pan Peyton, Jane Hartt, June Love, Bell Jackson, Elizabeth Wilson, Ruth Jones, Bea Withers, Virginia Whipple, Bernice Eltinge. Dorothy Aronson, Sarah Fore, Virginia Terry, Rachel Sides, Carolyn Lambeth, Mary Liles Moore, Marjorie Davis, Frances Lee, Dorothy Sheldon, Babs Good- rich, Sarah Grippith, Beth Dail, Sarah Sealey, Mary Marshall Frye, Nina Lou Rustin. LOARING-CLARK First Row: Nash. Kelly. Loaring-Clark. Bates, Wolf, Love, W., Brown. Second Row: Jackson, Dail, Dixon, Whipple, Fore, E., Love, S. J., Boyd, Janes, Fore, S. Thin! Row: Holland, Hahn, Sheldon, Ward, Goodrich, Faulk, Griffith, Winslow, Durning, Terry. Fourth Row: Lambeth, Aronson, Eltinge, Goold, Soule, Lee, Rustin, Wilson, Peyton, Edwards, New. 235 PHI ASSEMBLY Officers: Fall Quarter: Bob Sloan, Speaker; Jimmie Pittman, Speaker Pro-Tern; Charles Tucker, Ser geant-at-Arms; Susan Klaber, Reading Clerk; Arthur Clark, Treasurer; Mac Sherman, Assistant Treasurer; Leo Karpeles, Parliamentarian; Jimmie Pittman, Alaine Marsh, William Ward, Jean Littell, Ways and Means Committee. Winter Quarter: Jimmie Pitt- man, Speaker; Jean Littell, Speaker Pro-Tern; Horace Ives, Sergeant-at-Arms; Kathleen Lineback, Reading Clerk, William Webb, Assistant Treasurer; Jean Lit- tell, Lewis Waller, Elton Edwards, Mac Sherman, Ways and Means Committee. Members: Gladys Barnes, Thelma Brammer, Pete Burkheimer, Orton Cameron, Arthur Clark, Howard Cohn, Elton Edwards, Joe Ferguson, Garrison Free- man, Jean Gardner, Robert Gilbreath, Shirley Hobbs. Horace Ives, Leo Karpeles, Susan Klaber, Gamewell Lemmon, Kathleen Lineback, Jean Littell, James Lieb, Alaine Marsh, Stuart McCoach, Jimmie Pitt- man, Jeter Pritchard, Richard Railey, Bob Rosenast, Barbara San, Mac Sherman, Bob Sloan, Beth Tarpin, Ann Thornburgh, Charles Tucker, Skid Waller, Wil ham Ward, William Webb, Robert Wright. Officers: William Krusen, President; Babs Goodrich, Vice-President; Tempe Newsom, Secretary; Pembroke Rees, Treasurer. U.N.C. FLYING CLUB Members: Ris Lyon, Dave Pearlman, Sam Gregory, Howard Bounds, Roy Hutchinson, Chester Van Schoick, Fred Dees, Perry Ballard, Bill Davenport, Jack Mitchell, Peter Lendamood, Randy Partridge, William Chamber- lain, John Henderson, Virginia Broome, Ed Keator, Zan Carver, Joe Taylor, James Darden, Coman Roth- rock, Jack Milne, Jim Stillwell, E. P. Spence, Bill See- man, Frank Rogers, James Sandilos, Bill Cowper, W. E. Cobb, Reddy Grubbs, Martin Barringer, Ehvood Pierce, Sue Newell, Harold Austin, John McCormick, Virginia Cates. AUSTIN BARRINGER BROOM CARVER CATES COBB COWPER DARDEN DAVENPORT DEES GOODRICH GREGORY GRUBBS HENDERSON KEATOR McCORMICK NEWELL PARTRIDGE REES ROGERS ROTHROCK SANDILOS SEEMAN SPENCE VAN SCHOICK rt«t ' tvk VL. DIALECTIC SENATE OFFICERS Fall Quarter: James Perrin Quarles, President; Truman Hobbs, President Pro Tern; Noland Ryan, Critic; Randall McLeod, Sergeant at Arms; Diana Foote, Clerk, and Louis Poisson, Treasurer. Winter Quarter: William Woodson, President; Arthur Link, President Pro Tern; Carrington Gretter, Critic; Grady Reagan, Sergeant at Arms; Elinor Elliott, Clerk; and Louis Poisson, Treasurer. Spring Quarter: Arthur Stanley Link, President; Manfred Rogers, President Pro Tern; Wesley Bagby, Critic; Albert Josselson, Sergeant at Arms; Randall McLeod, Clerk ; and Louis Poisson, Treasurer. First Rote: ROGERS, NEWSOME, POISSON, MOLLISON, WOODSON, ELLIOTT, JOSSELSON Second Row: HENRY, CLARK, DAVIDSON, McKENDRY, STEVENS, WESKETT, BUICE Third Rote: HOBBS, HOBGOOD, GUY, QUARLES, BROWN Fourth Row: WARD, RECHIN, REAGAN 238 I kJ l Va j . ? % MEMBERS Wesley Bagby, Josiah Bailey, Jr., Grace Brown, Ditzi Buice, Cornelia Clark, Rob- ert Cook, Lewis Cotton, Hal Crane, Jose- phus Daniels, Gail Davidson, Gene Devant, Dewey Dorsett, Elinor Elliott, Lem Gibbons, Carrington Gretter, Mark Griffin, Martha Guy, Rusk Henry, Ed Hobbs, Hunt Hobbs, Truman Hobbs, Er- nestine Hobgood, Albert Josselson, Ar- thur Link, Orrin Magill, Muriel Mallison, Mack Murphy, Randall McLeod, Henry Newsome, Jennie Newsome, Louis Pois- son. Perrin Quarles, Oliver Ranson, Grady Reagan, Manfred Rogers, Milton Short, Louis Stephens, William Ward, Wade Weatherford, Terrell Webster, Hannah Weskett, Lewis Williams, Prank Wil- liams, Betty Woodhouse, and William Woodson. The Dialectic Senate holds the unique position of being the oldest organization on the campus of the University having been organized June 3, 1795. For a continuous period since that time, the " Di " has offered valuable training in democratic parliamentary law, Dialecticism, and public speaking. Dialecticism — the training of minds in constructive, logical reasoning is one of the most important functions of the Senate. It encourages free, yet intelligent and thorough discussion on important questions of the day; and it offers to any individual the privilege of expressing his views on the floor. But the members of the " Di " believe that they should be of service to the people at large and consequently it sponsors inter-campus debates, panel discussions, and is the co-sponsor for the North Carolina High School debate tournament held every spring at Chapel Hill. The Senate is looking forward to a well balanced program of work — balanced on the one hand by training its members in public speaking and service, and on the other by offering to the campus and public its services and good will. The social life of the Senate is not neglected, the " Di " sponsoring intermittently socials, receptions, and an annual banquet. PAN HELLENIC COUNCIL BASON, SMITH. DUKE, BROWN, ARNOLD, JOHNSTON, McCONNELL, PRATT, GOODRICH Officers: Dorothy Pratt, President, Alpha Delta Pi; Julia McConnell, Vice-President, Pi Beta Phi; Barbara Goodrich, Secretary-Treasurer, Chi Omega. Members: Dorothy Pratt, Alpha Delta Pi; Julia McConnell, Pi Beta Phi; Babs Goodrich, Chi Omega; Mary Bason, Alpha Delta Pi; Betty Brown, Alpha Delta Pi; Margaret Arnold, Pi Beta Phi; Julia Duke, Pi Beta Phi; Louise Smith, Chi Omega; Marjorie Johnston, Chi Omega. The Pan Hellenic Council of the University of North Carolina is composed of three representatives from each of the sororities on the campus. It is an organization established " To maintain on a high plane fraternity life and inter-fraternity relationship, to cooperate with college authorities in their effort to maintain high social and scholastic standards throughout the whole college, and to be a forum for the discussions of questions of interest to the college and the fraternity world. " It has been the work of the present Pan Hellenic to organize a new system of rushing, to formulate a policy governing the rules of admission of both national and local sororities, and to sponsor for the first time an all-sorority dance in honor of its new officers. It has endeavored to emphasize Pan Hellenic values by showing its worth to the fraternity through inter-fraternity relationships and mutual apprecia- tion, and to foster a spirit of cooperation and interest in college activities for the common good of fra- ternity and non-fraternity women. CAROLINA ACCOUNTING SOCIETY The Society was formed in 1937 with the intent to promote a more active in- terest in accounting at the University; to bridge the gap between accounting theory and accounting practice; and to promote a more intimate relationship between faculty and students. Officers: Professor E. E. Peacock, Honorary Executive Chairman; Sol Fligel, Executive Chairman; William Woodson, Vice-Chairman ; Junius Good- win, Secretary; Fred Wood, Treasurer; Archibald Lovin, Executive Committee Chairman. Members: Walter Baucom, Grace Brown, Philip Carlton, Sol Fligel, Wil- liam Frazier, Harry Ganderson, Harrell Hill, James Helms, Walter Love, Archi- bald Lovin, Joe Mathis, Edward Moor- ing, William Salowe, Ewing Schleeter, Roger Snyder, Reynold Spence, William Thorne, James Toy, Thomas Vance, James Wood. William Woodson, Wil- liam Maynard. First Ron : Love, Wood, Spence, Schleeter, Fligel, Woodson, Snyder. Second Row: Mathis, Carlton, Lovin, Hill, Frazier. Third Row: Maynard, Vance, Thorne, Salowe. Fourth Row: Toy, Helms, Baucom. PAN AMERICAN CLUB FLATOW, FINCH, WAERING Officers: Bernard J. Flatow, Presi- dent; John Finch, Jr., Vice-President; and Magda Djellesvig Waering, Secre- tary-Treasurer. The Pan American Club was orga- nized last year by Bernard Flatow who has since served as its president. Its main purpose is to bring to the campus the latest and most authoritative infor- mation in regards to inter - American relations and Latin America. The pic- ture above was taken at a special meet- ing held in honor of the Chilean delegation to the Inter-American Insti- tute held from January ISth to March 2nd. L, W- dl lffu i a£i ..Hi £3 vmrvi n •i - r 1 1 ■ IT II v n ' t V Crf._ ft-t: I f i f M f ' 2g Vty dm i I , 1 5l WrZdA LLiov ' M PHI BETA KAPPA rounded at the L olleae ojf lA iliiam ana ivlaru, December 5, ill 6 Officers: Irwin Arthur Zuckerman, President; William Jos- lin, Vice-President; Edwin Anderson Penick, Jr., Recording Secretary; Thomas James Wilson, Jr., Secretary-Treasurer. Student Members: Jerry Harry Allen, Oliver Holt Allen, Adele Austin, Harry Robert Billica, Joseph Henry Blickman, Stanley Bertram Blum, Henry Boone, Earle Wingo Brockman, Jr., William Wallace Bruner, Lester Lawrence Callan, Jr., Fred Augustus Cazel, Jr., James Richard Chiles, Melville Fort Cor- bett, Nestore Di Costanzo, William Thomson Dye, Jr., Thomas Cunningham Edwards, Jr., Fred Kingsley Elder, Jr., Alfred Garvin Engstrom, Sol Sidney Fligel, Jerry Winston Gavce, Junius John Goodwin, Edgar Hunt Goold, Jr., Alexander Haw- ZUCKERMAN JOSLIN PENICK WILSON 244 J4ipka L hapter of the 2)tate of If forth, L arouna kins Graham, Jr., James Alexander Gray, Jr., John Wadsworth Gunter, Robert Charles Harrington, Jr., Henry William Harris, Louis de Marco Hayman, Jr., Thomas Holt Haywood, Jr., Hunter Heath, John Steele Henderson, III, Charles Edwin Hinsdale, Rob- ert Kemp Horton, Roy Lee Ingram, Louise Huske Jordan, William Joslin, Acton Perry Keats, Robert Alan Koch, James William Little, William Lunsford Long, Jr., Archibald King Lovin, James William MacCallum, Wilton Elman Mason, William Sunday Mitchell, David James Morrison, Joseph Lederman Morrison, Edward Francis Moyer, Jr., Thomas Lynch Murphy, Thomas Palmer Nash, III, Baxter Gardner Noble, Lindsay Shepherd Olive, John Burrell Oliver, Catherine Groves Peele, Edwin Anderson Penick, Jr., William Salowe, Edward Harding Seawell, Roger Alexander Snyder, Sanford Ivan Stein, Bernard Rob- ert Swan, Arthur Thomas Sweet, Jr., James Alexan- der Taylor, William Green Thorne, Mary Lindsay Thornton, James Henry Toy, Eugene Bomberger Williams, Flora Prevatte Wilson, David Gustave Wurreschke, Harry Clay Yeatman, Irwin Arthur Zuckerman. 245 HARRELSON GREGORY STONE SEIFERT CREECH CHI BETA PHI OFFICERS Warren Blake Harrelson, President; James Sherrill Gregory, Vice-President; David Walter Seifert, Recording Secretary; Bennett Rudolph Creech, Corres- ponding Secretary; William Donald Stone, Treasurer. MEMBERS William James Allran, Jr., Claude Fletcher Bailey, John Trammel Church, Bennett Rudolph Creech, James Sherrill Gregory, Warren Blake Harrelson, James Benjamin Ritchie, David Walter Seifert, William Donald Stone. PLEDGES Daniel Hamilton, Hobart Loring McKeever, Archie Nock Mcintosh, Dick- son McLean Regan. RICHARDSON CHAMBLISS ALPHA EPSILON DELTA OFFICERS William Robert Richardson, President; Byrd Farmer Merrill, Vice-Presi- dent; Richard Leon Kendrick, Secretary; John R. Chambliss, Treasurer; George L. Jordan, Jr., Scapel Reporter. MEMBERS Sydenham Benoni Alexander, Hugh Hammond Bennett, Jr., John R. Chambliss, William Clay Croom, James Brooks Greenwood, George L. Jordan, Jr., William Joslin, Richard Leon Kendrick, Byrd Farmer Merrill, William Gray Murray, William Robert Richardson, Glenn C. Sawyer, William Spicer, Jr. 247 SIMPSON PHI MU ALPHA OFFICERS Earl A. Slocum, Southern Province Governor; Hubert Piatt Henderson, Su- preme Councilman; L. Brewster Rogerson, President; P. Warren Simpson, Vice- President; Jesse Francis Swan, Secretary; Thomas Brooks Griffin, Treasurer; Robert Walter Weis, Warden. MEMBERS Robert Sumter Brawley, Robert Walter Weis, Thomas Brooks Griffin, David Michael Arner, Earl A. Slocum, Hubert Piatt Henderson, Paul Warren Simpson, Boston McGee Lackey, Robert Morrison Reed, Jesse Francis Swan, L. Brewster Rogerson, Jefferson Bruce Young, John Roberts Satterfield, Wil- liam Chambers Mehaffey. PLEDGES Hurst Bunn Hatch, Robert Coningsby Gordon, Harry George Shipman, Harry Langdon Montgomery, Lynn Richmond Bernhardt, Donald Elbert Wil- son, Emory Clayton Stevenson, Maurice Morton Weinstein, Richard Sydney Ruby, David Standeford Maser, Isaac Arthur Lindsey. ALUMNI MEMBERS Joseph Kimball Harriman, Wilton Elman Mason, Herbert Stauton Living- ston, Dr. Glen Haydon, Dr. Benjamin F. Swalin, Dr. Jan P. Schinhan. WURRESCHKE WOOSLEY BETA GAMMA SIGMA Founded at the University of Wisconsin, May 18, 1907 Mlpka Chapter or r orth, L arou ' na Established February 20, 1933 FACULTY MEMBERS Edward Morris Bernstein, Ph.D., Dudley Dewitt Carroll, A.M., Robert Willingham Crutchfield, Clarence Heer, Ph.D., Richard Junius Mendenhall Hobbs, A.B., LL.B., Erie Ewart Peacock, M.B.A., C.P.A., Gustav Theodor Schwenning, Ph.D., Robert Howard Sherrill, M.A., C.P.A., Malcolm Dean Taylor, A.B., M.B.A., Harry deMerle Wolf, Ph.D., John Brooks Wooslev, Ph.D. OFFICERS David G. W ' urreschke, President; John B. Woosley, Honorary President; Malcolm D. Taylor, Secretary; James Henry Toy, Treasurer. STUDENT MEMBERS Stanley Bertram Blum, William W. Bruner, Lester Lawrence Callan, Jr., Mary Stacy Crockett, Sol S. Fligel, Thomas Holt Haywood, Archibald K. Lovin, David James Morrison, William Green Thorne, James Henry Toy, Eugene B. Williams, David Gustave Wurreschke. GRADUATE STUDENTS James Cyril Dickson Blaine, Tom Woodley Heath, Jr Galium, Robert Lee Stalhngs. James William Mc- 249 VALKY MARY ALAN CLINARD, President MARJORIE E. JOHNSTON, Vice-President MARGARET C. ARNOLD, ELIZABETH GENTRY MOO Jane Marshall McMaster Ann Elizabeth Williams Tulia Elizabeth McConnell Martha Laetitia Kelly Genie Loaring Clark Barbara Liscomb Sty (§vbtt af % $ratl OFFICERS WILLIAM ARCHIE DEES. JOSEPH ALSOM WELBORN CHARLES WILLIAM IDOL Exchequer ACTIVE MEMBERS Donald Edwin Bishop Sidney Sadoff David James Morrison Clyde Gates Kimball William Melvin Shuford Herbert Wallace Hardy James Arthur Howard William W. Bruner Carroll B. McGaughey George L. Cox-head William T. Martin Truman M. Hobbs William Archie Dees Edwin N. Maner Joseph Alsom Welborn Charles William Idol Wellington H. Lewis INACTIVE MEMBERS Julien Knox Warren, Jr. William Blount Campbell Richard Campbell Worley John Franklin Lynch, Jr. James Evans Davis Fred Henry Weaver FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. Frank P. Graham Dean F. F. Bradshaw Mr. Edward A. Cameron Dr. Walter R. Berryhill Dr. E. McG. Hedgpeth Mr. Joseph M. Saunders Dr. Henry H. Williams Mr. James Williams Mr. Walter Searman Mr. Edwin Sidney Lanier A M P H EDWARD LEWIS KANTROWIf , Preset ARTHUR WILSOWD IXC JAMB ALE ERG AY, JR. CARROLL BRADFORD McGAU NELSON FEREBEET, CHARLES LET O T H E N " H HARRIS WILLIAM JOSLIN HARRY M. LASKER GINS ANKS WILLIAMS THOMAS FRANKLIN WILLIAMS WILLIAMS DELTA SIGMA PI OFFICERS William L. Gilliam, Jr., Chancellor; Dean L. Williams, Headmaster; Wel- lington H. Lewis, Senior Warden; Norman Agnew, Jr., Junior Warden; Wil- liam G. Sasser, Treasurer; S. Roger Matthews, Scribe. MEMBERS C. Robert Pfaff, William Benton Nash, Walter B. Love, Jr., James H. Toy, Hugh P. Quimby, Theodore Creznie, John W. Finch, Jr., Norman Agnew, Jr., William L. Gilliam, Jr., J. Harry Hoffman, Etheldred H. Holt, Wellington H. Lewis, Moyer Mendenhall, Jr., S. Roger Matthews, William G. Sasser, Howard C. Vick, Dean L. Williams, James W. Pickard, J. Nelson McAbee. PLEDGES Charles Elliot, William Edward York, Philip R. Carlton, Frank E. Deaver, William L. McKinnon. flIIOCS - -H1TT Hill 1 £ i! ! alllBi Left to Right.- JAMERSON, ERICKSON, WOLF, VAUGHT, LANGE, AND TRAINER QUINLAN. CO-CAPTAINS KIMBALL AND SEVERIN WITH COACH WOLF Full credit must go to Coach Wolf and his staff of coaches and scouts for a team which played clean, hard foot- ball all fall. FOOTBALL Carolina ' s football team did not win as many games as usual last fall, in spite of pre- season dope that the 1940 eleven was the best in years. Bad luck dogged the squad all season, as Coach Wolf ' s men lost two games by one point. COACH RAY WOLF 258 SEASON at U.N.C. Biggest thrill of the season came when the Tar Heels upset a favored Duke team, 6-3, in perhaps the best game ever played in Kenan Stadium. Co-Captains Gates Kimball and Paul Severin led a strong Carolina line on the field this year and were the mainstays when Tar Heel defenses temporarily weak- ened. BHShBHI From Row: Berkley, Webb, Stallings, Pecora, Myers, Rivken, Beers, Hermson, O ' Hare Second Row: Coach Jamerson, Suntheimer, Dunkle, Sieck, Lalanne, Co-Captains Kimball and Severin Nowell Richardson, Faircloth. Line Coach Vaught Third Row: Coach Erickson, Coach Lange, Glamack, Bobbitt, Connor, Doty, Elliot, D. Baker Sadoff White C Michaels, Head Coach Wolf Fourth Row: Heimovitch, Remy, Austin, Benton, Whitten, Sigler, Saylor, Bullock, Crone, Marshall, Barksdale Back Row: Managers Gray and Wright, Graham, Heymann, Levine, Cooke, Johnston, Asst. Trainer Mason Snyder Spransy, Leaming, Lewis, Hodges, Trainer Quinlan Smith, Baker, Wolf, 259 ON THE GRIDIRON WITH yielded to superior power, and Carolina led by 28-0 at half time. Four more touchdowns in the last quarter completed the rout, but Appalachian was able to score a lone tally in the last quarter on Safrit ' s pass into the end zone. Johnny Pecora, s ophomore tailback, scored for Caro- lina on the first play of his varsity career, a 34 yard run. His ball-carrying throughout the day was excellent, along with the running of Roy Conner and Don Baker. Jim Lalanne and Frank O ' Hare divided the quarterback- ing, and scored two touchdowns apiece. Paul Severin and Baker gained much yardage on end-arounds, and Pinky Elliott scored on a similar play. Horace Benton, reserve center, inter- cepted an Appalachian aerial, and ran the ball over for a score. The defensive leaders were Bill Fair- cloth and Carl Suntheimer, who were ably backed by the entire first string line. CAROLINA 56, APPALACHIAN 6 The first appearance of Coach Wolf ' s eleven saw tiny Appalachian buried under a 56-6 score. After holding the Tar Heels scoreless during the first quarter, the Mountaineers SUNTHEIMER RETURNS INTERCEPTED PASS ELEVEN YARDS THE CAROLINA TAR HEELS WAKE FOREST 1 2-CAROLINA The widely-heralded Tar Heels hit their first snag when Wake Forest ' s inspired Demon Deacons out- played Carolina, to win 12-0 in Kenan Stadium. Led by quarterback Pruitt, the Deacs kept the Carolina attack throttled all afternoon, while their own offense gained 331 yards on the ground with a running at- tack that was unstopable. Early in the second quarter Wake recovered a blocked punt and carried the ball to the two-yard line, where a gallant Carolina line held for four downs. The visitors recovered a fumble on the UNC fourteen yard line seconds later, and scored on a fourth-down pass to Jett. The second score came at the end of a 99-yard march, Pruitt and John Polanski moving the ball to the Carolina 22, from where Tony Gallovich went around end for the tally. Carolina ' s lone scoring threat came late in the first half on a long pass to Severin, but a pass flurry failed as the half ended. It was the first Wake Forest victory over the Tar Heels since 1927, and Carolina was never able to get started, in spite of the fine line play of Severin, Kimball and Suntheimer. The Deacons guarded their lead carefully, for Carolina was unable to pass the Wake Forest 46-yard line in the last half. PECORA SKIRTS RIGHT END AGAINST WAKE FOREST 261 CAROLINA 27 -DAVIDSON 7 A spirited Davidson football team held the faltering Caro- lina attack in check for the first half, but found the Tar Heel power too much over the stretch, losing 27-7 in a ragged game at Winston-Salem. In the first quarter Carolina lost two scoring chances when the officials called back a 64-yard dash by Johnny Pecora and when Carolina fumbled on the Davidson 5 -yard line. Davidson ' s little Davey Spencer returned a Carolina punt 42 yards through a broken field to put the Wildcats ahead, but before the half was over Frank O ' Hare led a 40-yard advance and plunged through the line to tie the score. MARSHALL CAROLINA TAKES BALL AGAINST DAVIDSO: The Tar Heels got under way in the next quarter when Pecora intercepted a Davidson pass and dashed 21 yards for a touchdown. He set up another score a few minutes later by intercepting another pass; this time O ' Hare pushed the ball over. The ' Cats were too tired to stop Pinky Elliott from scoring on an end-around at the climax of a 75-yard drive near the game ' s end. NOBODY HURT 262 DON BAKER DOWN THE SIDELINES FOR CAROLINA ' S SECOND TOUCHDOWN CAROLINA 21 -TEXAS CHRISTIAN 14 Flashing an unstopable attack led by Jim Lalanne, Carolina came out of the doldrums and won a convincing 21-14 victory over the Horned Frogs of T.C.U. In the second quarter the Tar Heel line blocked as never before and paved the way for three quick touchdowns that put the game on ice. After a first quarter which seemed mainly for warming up, Lalanne brought the crowd to its feet by faking to the right and then scooting 59 yards around left end for a touchdown. Dunkle kicked the extra point. Several minutes later Don Baker took the ball on a reverse and dashed 70 yards down the left sidelines behind perfect blocking to cross the goal line standing up. The third Carolina score was not as spectacular, coming after a 37 yard drive follow- ing Co-Captain Kimball ' s recovery of a T.C.U. fumble. Lalanne directed the attack down to within a yard of the goal line and then plunged over for the score. As the second half began T.C.U. ' s Kyle Gillespie and Rusty Cowart put on a passing exhibition that scared many a Tar Heel rooter. The Frogs scored after only four minutes, and their low, bullet passes netted them another touchdown in the last quarter. With the T.C.U. aerial game as hot as it was, the final whistle came none too soon for the Tar Heel team. NOWELL 263 LALANNE PLUNGES OVER THE LINE FOR A TOUCHDOWN CAROLINA 13-N. C STATE 7 Carolina ' s Tar Heels suffered a temporary relapse against N. C. State over in Raleigh and barely eked out a 13-7 victory against the Wolfpack. State came close to tying the score late in the fourth quar- ter on a spectacular play: Fehley, State fullback, passed from behind his goal line on a fake kick to Dick Watts, who ran about 30 yards and then lateraled back to Fehley. Had it not been for Jim Lalanne, who broke through the interference to stop Fehley on the Tar Heel 16-yard line, the victory might have belonged to the Wolfpack. Lalanne and Sid Sadoff sparked two Carolina drives of over 50 yards for the Tar Heel scores. Blocking back Harry Dunkle booted the extra point after Lalanne plunged over the first time. Severin carried the ball on the second touchdown play. Rainy weather kept the Tar Heel passing game under cover, and Carolina made its yardage along the ground. State ' s score came on a pass from Watts to Hucka- bee after a State punt had touched a Carolina backer and been recovered by the Wolfpack. SIECK SUNTHEIMER TULANE 14 -CAROLINA 13 With victory for Carolina almost a certainty, a Tulane line- man broke through about two minutes from the end of the game and blocked Harry Dunkle ' s kick. End Al Bodney picked the ball up and raced 45 yards for a touchdown, and the successful conversion of the extra point gave the Green Wave a 14-13 advantage. Both teams displayed crushing attacks, with a total of 24 first downs. The Green Wave was unstopable at midfield but often bogged down in Carolina territory. Tulane scored first when Grush covered a team mate ' s fumble in the Carolina end zone. Carolina passed its way down the field for its first touch- down, Severin tallying on a heave from Lalanne. Later Carolina recovered a Tulane fumble and Lalanne plunged over to score three plays later. Carolina seemed to have the game sewed up until the blocked punt near the end of the game turned the tables. The Tar Heels, outweighed by more than 10 pounds per man, were unable to cope with the powerful Green Wave offense, and Tulane found just as much trouble in halting the diversified Carolina attack. The Tar Heels might have won the game anyway if any one of several passes from the Tulane 7-yard line had connected. SEVERIN PICKS UP TEN YARDS ON AN END-AROUND 267 CAROLINA -FORDHAM 14 Carolina suffered its first defeat in five games in New York City when Fordham ' s Rams, headed for the Cotton Bowl, push- ed over two quick first- period touchdowns and then held the Tar Heel of fense in check on the rain- soaked turf of the Polo Grounds to win 14-0. LALANNE IS STOPPED ONE YARD SHORT OF A FIRST DOWN ON THE FORDHAM FIVE YARD LINE SEVERIN CAUGHT THIS PASS FROM LALANNE FOR FOURTEEN YARDS The Rams had a touchdown after two minutes of play when Blumenstock scampered 28 yards around his left end for the score. A 72 yard drive later in the period was climaxed when Filipowicz passed to Dennery in the end zone. Fordham did not threaten after the first quarter. The closest Carolina came was to Fordham ' s 15, where Howard Hodges recovered a fumble with four minutes of play remaining. A pass interception on the next play killed the only serious Tar Heel threat of the day. Two drives ended on the Ram 27- yard line — one sparked by johnny Pecora, sophomore tailback who ran and passed Carolina from its own thirty-one, the other led by Jim Lalanne, who ran for 23 yards and then passed to Severin for 14. CONNOR FAIRCLOTH FOOTBALL SEASON From the hot Saturdays of September to somber November week-ends Carolina students and alumni thrilled to the deeds of a Carolina football team that will be hard to forget. Head managers for the Tar Heels last fall were Tom Wright and Jim Gray. Assisting them down on the field every afternoon were Cy Hogue, Buck Brown, and North Hinkle, juniors, and sophomores, Graham Carlton, Cam Rodman, Dan Thomason, and Joe Conger. There were losses, bitter losses, but even more victories . . . We watched in shirt-sleeves as valiant little Appalachian was over-run in the opener . . . Then came the first great blow when an inspired Wake Forest team won a deserved victory, despite sparkling play by Kimball, Severin, Suntheimer and Pecora . . . The natural let-down the next week against scrappy Davidson, O ' Hare leading the Tar Heels to a last-half victory . . . Texas Christian defeated, 21-14, in the biggest game of the early season, with Jim Lalanne and Don Baker bringing the crowd to its feet with two long touchdown dashes . . . Another close call from State with Nowell, Sadoff, and Dunkle sharing honors ... A Homecoming gathering seeing Tulane grab a last-minute one- point victory in a story-book finish . . . Ford- ham, destined for the Cotton Bowl, disappoint- ing a thousand Carolina visitors to New York by turning back the Tar Heels . . . " It ' s dark- est before the dawn " — the fiasco at Richmond bringing two Duke dollars for one . . . That glorious day: the Devils prohibitive favorites, U. N. C. followers hopeful but not very confi- dent . . . " Touchdown for Dunkle, " Lalanne to Austin . . . Kimball everywhere, holding the Tar Heels together . . . Severin, Richardson, Sieck, Nowell, Faircloth, Sadoff, Connor, Sun- theimer, Barksdale, O ' Hare, Smith, Wolf — names that brought joy to many thousands of people for a whole year . . . The seniors finish- ing by edging a tricky Virginia team . . . Severin, the State ' s first Ail-American repeater ... He and Jim and Gates and Coach Wolf leading the Southern stars against the North at Montgomery. . . . We ' ll get ' em all next year, Coach. Harry Dunkle, blocking back from Lock Haven, Pa., and Carl Suntheimer, center of Hatboro, Pa., are co-captains for 1941. O ' HARE RICHARDSON CAROLINA 13- RICHMOND 14 TWO RICHMOND DEFENDERS FAIL TO STOP O ' HARE FROM SCORING Richmond University provided the biggest upset of the sea- son in handing Carolina its third straight defeat and second by one point, winning 14-13 before an astonished Richmond City Stadium crowd. Arthur Jones gave the inspired and vastly underrated Spiders their margin of victory when he passed fifteen yards to Dick Humbert and then kicked the deciding extra point. Jones passed to Erickson in the first quarter for the initial touch- down of the game, and added the point after. Frank O ' Hare and Sid Sadoff alternated in carrying the ball in an 83-yard march that brought Carolina to within one point at the half. O ' Hare ran it over from the nine. In the third period the Tar Heels went ahead 13-7 with a 76-yard drive that saw Sid Sadoff and end John Miller bear most of the burden. Sadoff scored from the three, Dunkle kicking the point. HODGES Carolina had three regulars out of the game, and before the contest was over two others were out with injuries. Jim Lalanne, Paul Severin and Carl Suntheimer didn ' t play at all, and Fred Mar- shall and Bill Faircloth were removed with hurts. O HARE DRIVES FOR EXTRA YARDAGE AGAINST RICHMON SEVERIN GAINS TEN YARDS ON A PASS FROM PECORA PECORA SCORES AGAINST VIRGINIA CAROLINA 10 -VIRGINIA 7 Harry Dunlde ' s third quarter field goal gave the Tar Heels a 10-7 victory over Vir- ginia in the season-closer at Scott Stadium, and enabled Carolina to even the long series with the Cavaliers for the first time. Carolina and Virginia both tallied their touchdowns early in the second period, the Tar Heels on the end of a 66 yard advance and the Cavaliers topping off a 55 yard march. For Carolina, Johnny Pecora scored from the one foot line after three successive first downs, while Bill Dudley ' s 14 yard pass to Nick Gianakos accounted for Virginia ' s score. LALANNE TO DUNKLE FOR SEVENTEEN YARDS CAROLINA 6 -DUKE 3 Ray Wolf ' s 1940 eleven added another brilliant chapter to the most unpredictable rivalry in the South when it arose to smash favored Duke, 6-3, with a display of raw courage and sound football that thrilled more than 41,000 Kenan Stadium fans. Behind by 3-0 during more than half of the game, Carolina drove 75 yards in five first downs in the third and fourth PRE-GAME ENTHUSIASM ON THE CAROLINA-DUKE WEEK-END 272 iADOFF WAITS FOR AX OPENING IX THE DUKE LINE quarters for a touchdown that wouldn ' t be denied. Jim La- lanne, playing the greatest game of his career, carried the ball on 16 of 18 plays of the march, and capped it by tossing a ten yard pass to Joe Austin for the score. Six Tar Heels played the entire game, and substitutions were made only for injured players. Lalanne, Co-Captains Gates Kimball and Paul Severin, Bob Smith, and Sid Sadoff all gave valiant performances in their last appearance against the Blue Devils. Ill " 3 " i |M 1 i t i R CHEERLEADERS, YOU KNOW AUSTIX OUTSPRINTS DUKE DEFEXDERS TO THE GOAL LIXE 273 J L f " tf " 4 ?fto COACH LANG winners by from fifteen to twenty points, the White Phantoms led the circuit the entire winter and cap- tured the Big Five title. In 28 contests, including tourna- ments and four pre-season affairs, Carolina was the loser only nine times, and five of these defeats were by one point. The one point jinx set in early in the season, Fordham and St. Joseph ' s winning by iden- tical 42-41 scores. In the opener, Glamack dropped in 33 points as Lehigh was defeated 62-58 in a thriller. A short Virginia trip First Row: Antolini. Paine. Harnden. Shytle. Second Rote: Pessar, Rose, Co-Cap- tains Glamack and Howard. Ger- sten. Severin. Third Row: Loock, Snyder, Smith, Nelson. Feimster, Lewis. Suggs. BASKETBALL The toast of the Southern Conference for two months, the basketball team that was destined to be Carolina ' s greatest cage combination of a long line of champions came to grief in the opening round of the loop tournament. The White Phantoms, led by Carolina ' s greatest basketball player, Ail-American George Glamack, won fourteen of fifteen conference games, thirteen of them in a row, only to be detoured by Duke when the blue chips were down. Often r CO-CAPTAIN HOWARD CO-CAPTAIN GLAMACK 276 furnished the first conference wins, W. L. falling 42-39, and VMI 55-30. Glamack went wild again, nearly single handedly drubbing Wake Forest 61-45, as he got 32 points. A capacity crowd saw sharp-shooting New York Uni- versity end the Tar Heel ' s win streak, 53-49. The score was knotted at 24-all at half time, but NYU spurted in the final minute and a half to win. Glamack with 22 points, and Smith with 10, were Carolina ' s scoring leaders. Back in the conference, State and Maryland fell, 47-26 and 55-36. Navy then handed Carolina its worst defeat of the season, a 42-36 setback suffered at Annapolis. Glamack was held to 17 points. Wake Forest caught the Phantoms in the same slump, but were defeated in the last minute 43-40, when Co-Captain Jimmy Howard connected with three quick long shots. Three more victories against mediocre opposition followed, Virginia Tech falling 60-35, Maryland 44-29, and Davidson 38-30. Unprophetic of things to come, the first Duke game saw Carolina in its best form of the season, smothering the Blue Devils 51-33. Ahead by 28-17 at the half, the Phantoms won going away before 6,000 fans. Glamack got 22; Howard, 10. Glamack set a new conference scoring record and came near a world ' s record when he hooked in 45 points as Caro- lina routed Clemson, 76-53. Scoring 26 points in the first ROSE half, Blind George was a sensation until he fouled out with three min- utes left to play. Bob Rose, overshadowed by Glamack, racked up 20 points, 14 in the first half. Glamack continued his rampage against State with 31 markers as the Tar Heels doubled the score at 60-30. In the last game in Woolen Gym, Glamack scored 30 points to bring his season total to 500 as W. L. was routed 65-32. Bobby Gersten held Dick Pinck, former high-score holder, scoreless for the first time in twelve years. From that date on the Phantoms seemed to decline. Duke handed them their first defeat in twenty conference starts over a two year period, and ruined a undefeated loop record by winning 35-33 in Durham. Ahead when Glamack fouled out, Carolina failed to score without him and lost when the Devils successfully froze the ball the last two minutes. Davidson lost, 39-31, in an anti-climax. At the PESSAR PRE-GAME PEP TALK tourney in Raleigh Duke stopped Glamack and Caro- lina, 38-37. George scored when he got his hands on the ball, but those times were few. Rose flipped in 14 points in sensational manner, for which he was named on the All-Tourney team. Despite their untimely end, the Phantoms were selected from teams over twelve southeastern states to compete in the NCAA championship play-offs at Madison, Wisconsin. Showing its worst exhibition of the year, Carolina lost to Pittsburgh 26-20 in the first round, but came back the next night to thrill GLAMACK HOOKS IN A GOAL AGAINST N.Y.U. ROSE LAYS IN A GOAL AGAINST W. L. SUGGS 14,000 spectators with a sterling display of southern basketball in losing to Dartmouth, 60-59, in the last few seconds. Glamack demonstrated his All-America ability by hooking in 31 points and playing mightily on defense. He led the tournament in scoring with 40 points, which raised his season total for all games to 578, an average of 20.6 per game. On fourteen occasions he went over 20 points, and six times he got 30 or more. Bob Rose was second in scoring, and was elected captain for 1942. Jimmy Howard, Hank Pessar, Paul Severin, and Bobby Gersten were next, in that order. AMBIDEXTROUS GEORGE PUSHES IN A GOAL LEFT-HANDED GLAMACK AND ROSE GRAB THE BALL AS DUKE MAN WATCHES BASEBALL Carolina ' s 1940 baseball team experienced its best season in seven years, tying with Wake Forest for the Big Five championship, finishing second to Rich- mond for the Southern Conference crown, and win- ning sixteen of twenty-one contests, including two victories over Duke. ow Wfo COACH HEARN; CO-CAPTAINS STIRNWEISS AND TOPKINS RADMAN— PITCHER AND OUTFIELD RICH— THIRD BASE 1 ' NO RTA r AR0L( «» After dropping three successive tilts to northern teams, the Tar Heels rallied behind Co-Captains George Stirnweiss and Matty Top- kins and sophomore hurler John " Lefty " Cheshire to run up a win streak that reached thirteen games. After edging Maryland, 8-7, in the opener, the Tar Heels fell to MALLORY— OUTFIELD CHESHIRE— PITCHER 4. A» Q (P HOWARD— THIRD BASE Penn, 9-8, when the Quakers had to catch a train, with the winning runs for Carolina on base; Harvard and Cornell batted out triumphs be- fore the locals were able to rebound with a 15-12 slugfest win over Michigan. The Tar Heel bats awoke with full vengeance against W. L. and V.M.I., t hose two falling 18-1 and 14-2. Cheshire turned in a two-hitter in the first game. Dav- idson was Cheshire ' s next victim, 7-2, and then Coach Bunn Hearn ' s charges mopped up Virginia, 6-3, Mary- land, 2-0, and Navy 2-1, on a northern tour. Three days later Carolina shattered the Wake Forest- Lefty Byrne myth with a thrilling 4-1 win featuring ■ I ( ± 9- 9 Oflty 283 Kf33i, SdS !£a2 S. MATHES— OITFIITD Cheshire ' s six-hitter, and a batting outburst that shelled Byrne from the mound in three innings. Jim Mallory ' s big bat knocked in three runs to insure the win, and a day later he singled in the ninth to best State, 5-4. Virginia, State, and Davidson all were defeated for the second time to run the UNC win streak to a dozen, Cheshire pitching all three of the victories. Clemson fell beneath a 20-hit assault and Cheshire ' s hurling, 10-4, for the last triumph of the string before Wake Forest stopped Carolina. 6-3, on three- hit pitching by Jim Denning. A CAROLINA HIT AGAINST THE BLUE DEVILS 284 Carolina came back to end a Duke reign over UNC baseball teams that had run uninterrupted for 10 games, raking six Duke hurlers for 17 hits and 20 walks to drub the Devils by a record 26-3 count. Cheshire limited the Methodists to three hits and struck out 10. Carolina continued its record of never having won a night game from Duke, however, when the Devils came from behind to count five runs in the eighth inning to win, 6-3, at Greensboro. The Tar Heels wrapped up a tie for the state title by easily turning back the Blue Devils 8-2, when Cheshire, pitching his third game in five days, limited the Dukes to four hits before 3,500 spectators. In the pitching department Cheshire won nine, lost three; Horace Benton won four, lost one; George Ralston won three, lost none. Stirnweiss led in runs scored, extra- base hits, stolen bases, and was second to Mallory in runs-batted-in. George Radman led the hitters with an even .400. REYNOLDS— OUTFIELD BENTON— PITCHER RALSTON— PITCHER JENNINGS— OUTFIELD BROWNING- FIRST BASE TRACK The 1940 Carolina track team upheld the tradition of Tar Heel cinder squads by winning the Southern Conference Championship for the third consecutive year, and triumphing in five of six dual meets. Carolina defeated Princeton, Virginia, Duke and Georgia, and won the AAU meet. A loss to Navy was the first defeat in a dual meet since the first meet of the 1938 season. Harry March, the one-man track team, led the individual scoring with 78 points for five meets. He performed in the high and low hurdles, and broad and high jumps, won the 400-meter hurdles at the Penn relays, and was unde- feated in hurdles all season. Sophomore Warren Mengel finished second in the scorers ' parade with 34 points garnered from the high and low hurdles, broad jump, and discus. Tom Crockett, distance man, finished first in every one of his races, save the mile against Duke when he finished behind Jim Davis. He had 31 points, while Norman McLeod took fourth with 25 points in the pole vault. Fred Hardy, Chuck Slagle and Jim Davis were the only others to score over twenty points. HARDY. TWO MILE MARCH, HURDLES CROCKETT, TWO MILE JENNINGS, QUARTER MILE MENGEL WINS HIGH HURDLES AGAINST PRINCETON CROCKETT BREAKS TAPE IN TWO MILE R0LINA Vl.R0LIN F r.r Ron : Gardiner, Lewis, Illman, Wise, Patterson, Haigh, Allen, Groves, Cathev Second Row: Coach Morriss, Slagle, Walker, Morrison, Vawter, Hardy, Davis, March, Jennings, Hoffman, Crockett, Vog- ler, Manager Brafford Third Row: Coach Quinlan, Coach Ranson, Hubbard, Toy, McLeod, Branch, Mengel, Gordon, Partridge, Lane, Hardwick, French, Coach Fetzer Fourth Row: Manager Brown, Brooks, Diamond, Jones, Adams, Gross, Wood, Hutchison, Weil, Carleton, McDaniel, Man- ager Quarles The opening meet with Princeton was a severe- test, but the Tar Heels squeezed by, winning 66 2 3 to 59 1 3- Virginia was left far behind the next week, 75-51. March beat Frank Fuller in the hurdles, and other old reliables who won were Julian Lane, Randy Partridge, Royce Jennings, Co- Captain Fred Hardy, Crockett, and Davis. The streak was continued with a sound trounc- ing of Duke, 72 1 2 to 58 1, 2, but Carolina lost the services of Co-Captain Davis for the remainder of the season following a foot infection. March scored 15 1 2 points, and Dave Morrison took the half mile run. The Tar Heels next won the AAU meet going away, rolling up 73 1 2 points to Duke ' s 63, followed by several other teams. McLEOD SOARS OVER 12 ' 6 " CAROLINA ' S CRACK HURDLERS WORK OUT MARCH WINS LOW HURDLES AGAINST PRINCETON DISTANCE MEN ON A TRIAL RUN HUBBARD, WEIGHT MAN, AND PATTERSON. HIGH JUMP CAROLINA MIDDLE-DISTANCE RUNNERS ROUND A CURVE JENNINGS, MARCH, VOGLER, MENGEL OUT OF STARTING HOLE - " j Navy took a clear-cut decision 77-49, ending the three-year win streak. Hampered by the loss of Davis and soggy track, the Tar Heels clearly lost to a better team. In the last dual meet of the year Carolina had little trouble in felling Georgia, 82 1 2 to 43 1 2. The all-round strength of Coach Fetzer ' s squad won the con- ference meet for the third time in as many years. Carolina scored 65 points, to 57 for Maryland and 41 for Duke. March won the high and low hurdles and broad jump, and McLeod vaulted 13 feet to tie for first in that event. Winning second places were Richardson, Morrison, Mengcl, Crockett, and Slagle. MENGEL, HURDLES AND JUMPS INDOOR TRACK Trailing Duke by three points before the mile relay, last event on the program, Carolina ' s relay team of Wise, Groves, Cathey, and Mor- rison outfought a strong Maryland quartet to score the points that won the Southern Con- ference Indoor meet. Though Duke took six first places out of twelve events, the all-round strength of the Tar Heel team enabled it to score 40 1 3 points to the Blue Devil ' s 38 1 6. Dave Morrison won the half-mile and Mike Mangum the high hurdles for the only Caro- lina individual crowns. Warren Mengel took two seconds and a fourth in the hurdles events and the broad jump for seven points. Gardiner pulled a surprise by taking second in the high jump and third in the high hurdles. Mike Wise ran second in the quarter-mile event, while Henry Branch in the 880 yard run and Van Wagoner in the mile captured medals for fin- ishing third. In winning the meet in the last event Caro- lina provided the most stirring finish since the meet was inaugurated twelve years ago. BATON PASSING IN THE CRUCIAL MILE RELAY START OF THE HALF-MILE BREAKING THE TAPE IN THE LOW HURDLES First Row: Manager Murphy, Co-Captains Rawlings Rider, Coach Kenfield. Second Row: Meserole, Everett, Carver, Anthony Third Ron : Harnden, Beadles, Rice TENNIS Carolina ' s 19-iO tennis team upheld the almost miraculous record of past Tar Heel court squads by going through a tough schedule undefeated last spring. Coach John Ken- field ' s team smothered all southern competition and then invaded the northern tennis strongholds, defeating some of the nation ' s best tal- ent on the tour. At the end of the season Coach Kenfield could look back on 171 vic- tories by his teams since 1929, as compared with only four losses. CO-CAPTAIN RAWLINGS CO-CAPTAIN RIDIR 294 The Tar Heels gave future opponents warning of a brilli- ant team the previous fall, when, led by Co-Captain Bill Rawlings, they dominated the Middle Atlantic College tourna- ment. Later, on Thanksgiving day, Carolina blasted Virginia ' s netters off the courts 9-0. A number o f prominent northern squads, including Haverford College, Colby, Dartmouth, and Williams, came South early in April to give the Tar Heels their first tests. The invaders found the Carolina racqueteers poor hosts, however, and departed without winning a single indi- vidual match, a s Carolina blanked each team, and Wil- liams twice. Cornell drew first blood when the Ithacans ' Randall de- feated both Carolina ' s Co-Cap- tains, Charlie Rider and Raw- lings, in a two-day series that the Tar Heels won, 8-1 and 6-3. Carolina players and alumni swept the North-South Tourna- BUDGE AND HENDERSON TALK WITH COACH KENFIELD BEFORE EXHIBITION MATCH HARDWICK AND BUDGE PLAY MARBLE AND TILDEN IN WOOLLEN GYM ment at Pinehurst in mid-April. Graduate Archie Henderson defeated Rider in the singles, and Harris Everett teamed with Martin Buxby. of Florida, to cop the doubles title from Henderson and Alec Guerry. About forty Carolina racqueteers participated in the tourney. A week later Don Buffington led Duke in putting up a stiff battle before suc- cumbing, 6-3, to the victorious Carolina players. Playing in characteristic fashion, the Tar Heels next took two easy breathers against N. C. State and Washington Lee, smothering both teams by a score of 9-0. Early in May a strong Presbyterian College team came to Chapel Hill and almost broke the long Carolina string of victories. Everett and 295 LARGEST TENNIS CROWD ON U.N.C. COURTS WATCH DON BUDGE DEFEA1 ARCHIE HENDERSON Ham Anthony each won their singles matches and then teamed in a doubles victory for three points. Zan Carver blasted his opponent and, with Walt Meserole as a partner, pulled an upset over the number one P. C. doubles combination to clinch the match, 5-4. After this close shave the Carolina team, with Blair Rice as alternate, went on the annual northern tour. Virginia fell first, 8-1, before Carolina barely nosed out a strong Yale squad, 5-4, in a thrill-packed match. Princeton took two matches out of nine from the Tar Heels the following day. and then the team stopped at Annapolis for a match with Navy. There Carolina sank the Middies, 8-1, but only after Navy ' s Joe Hunt, one of the best half dozen players in the country, had given the visitors a lesson in trimming Rider, 6-0, 6-2. Back on home courts once again, Carolina ' s racqueteers swept all the honors at the Southern Conference net tourney in Raleigh. Harris Everett won the singles title from Zan Carver in a terrific five-set all-afternoon encounter that left both players near collapse. The next day Carver lost another ZAN CARVER HAM ANTHONY COACH KENFIELD 296 heart-breaker when he and Meserole bowed to Rider and Rawlings in a gruelling five-set match for the doubles crown. After the season was over Coach Kenrield looked forward to a 1941 sea- son without the services of Rider, Raw- lings, and Meserole, and with no great wealth of coming reserves and freshmen. It would be hard to duplicate the 1940 record this spring. Vltfls ' LjheiM SANDERS STEPS ASIDE FROM A POWERFUL LEFT THE WINNAH! BOXING Second in the conference, automatic State Champions, and possessor of two conference champs, Carolina ' s mitt team had its most successful year in recent times. Coach Mike Ronman ' s pupils defeated Penn State for the first time in history and tagged Virginia with a defeat for the initial Carolina win over the Cavaliers in a decade. They gained an even break in a hard six match schedule. Co- Captains Andy Gennett, 127, and Eldon Sanders, 165, both won loop titles in the tournament, the Tar Heels finishing second. Carolina was slow getting started, and dropped the opener to Virginia Tech, 4 to 3. Redemption came the next week, however, when the Tar Heels swatted Virginia 5-3. Gennett, Bob Farris, and Morris Moskow won, and Sanders won a grudge battle to insure at least a tie. Kimball KO ' d Rathburn in the second round to insure the victory. CO-CAPTAIN SANDERS Travelling to Navy, Carolina suffered a letdown, losing 5! 2 to 2l 2- Wins by Moskow and Gennett and Kimball ' s draw with Hebron produced the points. A week later Penn State was defeated 4i 2 to 3 2 ' Hubert Walston, Sanders, Gennett, and Kimball won, and Bobbitt earned a tie before a large Mid-Winters crowd. With Farris and Kimball unable to com- pete Carolina lost to Maryland 4 2 to $y 2 . Gennett, Moskow, and Sanders registered TKO ' s, and Wal- ston drew. The last dual match saw Carolina upset The Cita- del, also by 4l 2 to 3%- Gennett, Moskow, Bobbitt. and Kimball won, and Sanders was held to a draw. Kimball and Sanders went to the finals in the National Intercollegiate Boxing Tournament at the last of the season. Fhst Row: Walston, Jones, Farris, Co-Captains Sanders and Gennett, Moskow, Bobbitt, Kimball Second Row: Manager Levy. Williams, Johnston, Harris, Coach Ronman DIFFENDAL, C. First Row: Ferrand, Hayes, Captain Boyd, Snovc- Second Row: J. Diffendal, Severin, Carr, Herring, C. Diffendal, Coach Erickson GOLF Playing through a short schedule which allowed them to reach their peak only at the end of the season, Carolina ' s golf team won three matches last year and tied in two of the other three. The squad took its first real workout at the Southern Intercollegiate tourna- ment, coming out in sixth position. Frosty Snow and Al Carr led the links team to an 8I 2-V2 victory over Maryland, before Virginia tied Carolina, 41 2-41 2 in a match won only by rain and darkness. Navy was the next Tar Heel victim. Carolina reached its best form in defeating Georgia on the home links. Duke ' s crack team won over Coach Erickson ' s fighting squad by a score of 10l 2 -7l 2, after which the 9-all stalemate with Davidson was just an anticlimax. Duke again proved the nemesis of the Carolina golfers when they led the second place Tar Heels by 15 strokes in the conference meet at Sedgefield. Hudson Boyd, Neal Herring, and Carr are not back for the 1941 team, but Snow and Charlie Diffendal form the nucleus of a promising squad which is out to beat its perennial conqueror, Duke. CROSS COUNTRY The Carolina cross country team went through the fall of 1940 undefeated and finished the season by winning the Southern Conference Championship. Coach Dale Ransom ' s squad opened the season by out- running Maryland ' s crack Terrapins, 22-35. Individual honors went to veteran Tommy Fields of Maryland, who covered the five mile course in 27.33. He was closely fol- lowed by Tar Heels Dave Morrison in second place; Wise in fourth ; and Captain Wimpy Lewis in fifth. Morrison led the Carolina harriers to a convincing 18-42 victory over Duke ' s Blue Devils. Morrison led the field across the finish line in 26.26. Wise was second while Lewis, Branch, and Van Wagoner tied for fourth place. Carolina won the forty-seventh annual Southern Conference cross country meet from a field composed of Virginia, Maryland, Duke, and VMI entries. In the closest conference finish since 1925, Maryland ' s Fields edged out Morrison to finish first in 26.06. Morrison was second, and Van Wagoner pulled the surprise of the meet by placing third. Captain Lewis came in sixth, and other Carolina scorers were Wise, in tenth place, and Branch, in eleventh. ag rf a© ft .OR 7 4 - -.(hfe f£7 gn£ CAPTAIN LEWIS DAVE MORRISON First Row: Allen, Wise, Lewis, Morrison, Branch Second Row: Toy, Drewry, Van Wagoner, Nathan, Eddy, Brasmer Third Row: Morrow, Howe, Groves, Hutchison, McDaniel, Turtletaub Fourth Row: French, Cathey, Earle, Wood SWIMMING BOWMAN GRAY 5 t MEMORIAL i First Roir: Manager Rees, Mitchell, Lees, Meyer, Asst. Manager Towne Second Row: Scheinman, Stone, Barclay, Woodhouse, Coxhead, Asst. Manager Davis Third Row: Coach Jamerson, Weiss, Elmore, Peabody, Primack, Ousley, Thompson Fourth Row: Gross, Nicholson, Ostrowsky, Rose, Mahoney, Gibson, Hobbs A Carolina Blue Dolphin swimming team that is just three years old retained honors for the second straight year by winning eight of nine dual meets, capturing the Southern Conference, Big Five, and Carolinas AAU championships. The Dolphins knocked off William and Mary, Virginia, VMI, Wash- ington and Lee, Virginia Tech, Duke, Georgia Tech, and N. C. State, and were beaten only by Navy. The six victories over conference foes extended the Carolina record to 12 consecutive triumphs over loops squads. Captain Jim Barclay and George Coxhead were awarded the Coach Dick Jamerson trophies as being most valuable, and were named co- captains for the 1942 season. In the backstroke Roy Gibson and Louis Scheinman were the No. 1 and 2 men all season, while Southern Con- ference Champion Bob Ousley was tops in breaststroke. Whit Lees was the outstanding sprint man, and Don Nicholson and John Feuchtenberger were the regular divers. Other dependables included Andy Weiss, Bob Rose, Buzz Mitchell, and Henry Gross. CAPTAIN BARCLAY WRESTLING First Row: Davant, Coach Quinlan, Lambeth Second Row: Manager Taylor, Tillett, Somervell, Weil, Co-Captains Torrey and Forrest, Gregory, McKeever, Hamlin Third Row: McLendon, Davis, Elder, Rohn, Wilkinson, Mordecai, Kemper, Penick, Gleicher, Redfern, Fowler Coach Chuck Quinlan ' s 1941 wrestling team gave the best varsity mat performance in recent years, winning the Big Five title and scoring two major upsets over heralded opponents. After an easy 19-11 win over Davidson, the Carolina grapplers were handed their only loss when Navy won over the Tar Heels 24-8. Duke fell next 28-6, before Carolina fought VMI to a 14-14 tie for the Cadet ' s first close call since 1934. Co-Captain Don Torry ' s win pulled the Tar Heels up in the last bout. W. L. suffered its first conference loss in eleven years when Caro- lina captured all the heavier bouts to win 15-12. The next week the Tar Heels won over VPI 25-6, and then defeated State 18-6. Bill Somervell won the 145 pound championship, and Hobart Mc- Keever and Roger Weil took runner-up honors as Carolina took third in the Southern Conference meet. CO-CAPTAINS TORREY AND FORREST First Row: Payne, Co-Capt. Finch, Coach Lawson, Harrington Second Row: Co-Capt. Smernoff, Tolmack, Hulton, Imbrey, Vinokur Third Ron : Deering, Fletcher, Spicer, Farris, Foyle VARSITY FENCING CO-CAPTAIN FINCH The Carolina team failed to live up to expecta- tions in the South Atlantic fencing tournament and finished midway in a nine-team field. The Carolina fencers enjoyed a good season last winter, losing only two matches, both to the strongest teams in the North. Coach Robert Lawson ' s squad opened the season with a 17-7 win over W. L. The Tar Heel foil men started with three consecutive wins, and victories in the epee and saber events gave Carolina a comfortable lead. Virginia fell next to the Tar Heel swordsmen 20-7. The Carolina epee squad lost only one match out of nine in leading the team against the Cavaliers. Against the Winston-Salem YMCA fencers the Tar Heel foilists barely came out ahead, but the saber and epee men ran the score up to I8I 2-8I 2 for a decisive victory. In the closest match of the year the Carolina squad barely eked out a 14-13 decision over a strong William and Mary squad. Taking on two teams in one day, Carolina defeated South Carolina in the morning 14-3, and then turned back VMI 17-10 that same afternoon. Seton Hall ' s Eastern Intercollegiate champions racked up their 55th consecutive victory in defeating Carolina 20l 2 _ 6V2- The City College of New York swordsmen made it two in a row for the Yankees in winning a decisive victory over the Tar Heels. 306 WINSTEAD, ALSPAUGH, KIRKPATRICK, WEATHERFORD GYMNASTICS The Carolina gymnasts have been working out inter- mittently all year in preparation for a meet this spring. Star of the muscle-men, coached by Dr. R. B. Lawson, is Ed Winstead, who is one of the outstanding all-around gym men in the East. Duke and Davidson were defeated by the Carolina team in a short meet. LACROSSE Lacrosse at Carolina, although only recently organized and still not recognized as an official sport, last year de- veloped the most improved team in the Dixie League. Coach Al Cornsweet ' s ten won victories over Duke, 5-4; W. L., 6-3; and Virginia, 8-3 and 12-4. Losses were to the Washington Lacrosse club, 9-4; Duke, 15-8; Loyola, 15-3; and W. L., 6-4. With Co-Captain Coleman Finkle leading a host of re- turning regulars, the Indians are expecting a banner yeai in 1941. First Row: Singi etary, R. Rosenbloom. Sternbery, Co-Captains Berdan and Finkfl, Harris, Ci.ark, Carol Second Roic: Asst. Manager Strauss, Hitchcock, Gay, Gugert, Farris, Rouiller, Loewenson, Beers, Darden, Manager Sunstein Third Row: Dube, Graham, Cohn, Dugger, Kimball, Desich, Spransy, B. Rosenbloom, Gordon MONOGRAM CLUB The officers of the Monogram Club for the year 1940-41 were: Sid Sadoff, President; Billy Groves, Vice-President; Frosty Snow, Secretary; Steve Forrest, Treasurer; and Stewart Richardson, Representative to the Athletic Council. The Carolina Monogram Club is composed of varsity lettermen. Its purpose is to further athletic interest and fellowship on the campus and among its members. This year aside from its usual activities the club has taken another step forward. The added feature is the new club room into which the Fetzer Field hou se has been converted. It will serve for some of the social activities and will be available to Monogram alumni as well as members. The club year started with the " Know Your Coaches " freshman smoker last fall, in which the freshmen met the Carolina coaches and prominent monogram men. The gridgraph of the Fordham game from New York was sponsored by the lettermen. At the end of the winter, members and their dates were entertained at a banquet. Monogram awards were made at the end of each quarter. SID SADOFF BILLY GROVES ' ft k : i Am CHEERLEADERS In 1940-41 came a new era in cheerleading on the Caro- lina campus as co-ed cheerleaders helped arouse Carolina spirit for the first time in the University ' s history. Head rabble-rousers Charlie Nelson and Jane Rumsey did a fine job of whooping it up at athletic events during the season, ably backed up by Jeanne Connell, George Coxhead, Tom Avera, Frank Alspaugh, Johnny Feuchtenberger, and Her- schel Snuggs. Acrobatic yells played an important part in the success of this year ' s cheerleaders. Alsbaugh and Feuchtenberger kept the crowd entertained during dull moments with their gymnastics. The yells " Ah Rameses " and " Blue and White " featured acrobatics. Card displays were used at several football games. " Yackety Yack " , originated by Kay Kyser, was revived and became a great favorite of the student body. The new locomotive yell vied for popularity with the old " Let ' s Go, Carolina " standby. GO! GO! GO! CHEERLEADERS MANEUVER BEFORE DUKE-CAROLINA CROWD 309 ' Lnt , v Js FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Winner of only one game of five and possessing hardly a half-dozen players capable of develop- ing into varsity material by next fall, Carolina ' s 1940 freshman football team was definitely not up to the standard set by yearling elevens of the past. A late start, numerous injuries and an undermanned squad contributed much to the spotty Tar Baby record, and at the end of the season the unit was showing its best form of the year. Some of the most outstanding performers were John Sadlik, fullback; Emil Serlich, blocking back; Hugh Cox and Leo LeBIanc, tailbacks; Clay Croom and Jack Emack, wingbacks; Jack Hussy, Craven Turner, and Lovick Corn, ends; Tom Byrum and Frank Clement, tackles; Vance McGirt and Charlie Gordon, guards; and John Wood, and Dick Bates, centers. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Coach Doc Siewert ' s freshman basketball squad outdid all expectations this winter and went through a tough 12 game schedule with only two defeats. Dubbed " green " as the season started, the Tar Babies smothered Fayetteville High 53-9 and went on to take victories from such strong fives as Campbell Col- lege and the State and Duke freshmen. In defeating the vaunted Duke squad the Tar Babies came from behind to take a thrilling 44-40 victory. Carolina also won victories over the Wake Forest and Davidson freshmen, Chattanooga, Oak Ridge, and Durham high school. The only losses came at the hands of State and a revengeful Blue Imp team. Don Wilson led the scoring with 120 points in the 12 games. Captain Freedman, Hayworth, Andrews, White, and Chambers were the other leaders on the squad. FRESHMAN BASEBALL Coaches Jim Tatum and Hammond Strayhorn put out one of the best freshman baseball teams in years last spring, winning the state championship hands down. The Tar Babies won eight games and lost three, with Joe Nelson and Charlie Moore pitching seven of the wins. State and Duke were defeated twice, while the losses occurred at the hands of Oak Ridge and Raleigh High. Several promising men were uncovered for future varsity use, including Nelson and Moore; Jack Roberts, outfield batting leader; Bob Miller, outfield; and Bob Saunders, Bill Honan, and Johnny Pecora, infielders. The main yearling weapon was a powerful batting attack, although the defense improved as the season progressed. 312 First Row: Ribet, Cox, Turner, Croom, Hassey, Edmonds, M c R a e , Corn, Manager Powell. Second Row: Cheek, Cantrell, Shuford, Holthowser, Ser- lick, LeBlanc, McGirt, Emack, Davis, Alderson. Third Row: Wright, Pickard, Bass, Lyttle, Gordon, By- rum, Co z art, Philpott, Wood, Freeland, Johnson, Gaul, Norwood. Fourth Row: Manager Lock- hart, Bates, Clement, Hack- ney, Sadlik. Jordan, Little, Bell, Thwaits, Richmond, Wilson. First Row: Coach Siewart, Quincy, Hicks, Lee, Hay- worth, Chambers, Wilson, Clay, Gilliam, Romary, Coach Mullis. Second Row: Manager Dorsett, White, Smith, Brown, Mc- Elroy, Geddis, Millar, Peel, Freedman. First Row: Blackstone, Pecora, Nicholson, Carter, Dean, O ' Hedy, Bowlin, Mack. Second Row: Barner, Snell, Oswald, Miller, C u r r i n , Wolf, Kolovson, Hearn. Third Row: Coach Strayhorn, Hodges, Moore, Barksdale, Saunders, White, Roberts, Childers, Honan, Coach Tatum. 313 FOREHAND DOWN THE LINE KEEN EYE FRESHMAN GOLF Coach Chuck Erickson ' s freshman golfers went undefeated in a two-meet season, blanking the Da- vidson yearlings, 18-0, and turning back Durham High, 10l 2 to 7l 2 - Dave Rumph, Mike Nolan, Graydon Liles, and Larry Neese were the quartet that stood out. Liles was medalist against Davidson, and shared honors with Rumph against Durham. FRESHMAN CROSS COUNTRY Undefeated in two du al meets and a three-team meet, the freshman cross country had a perfect slate for 1940. Jack Milne, elected captain after the sea- son closed, came in first in all three races. Carolina defeated Duke three times, twice in dual meets, and once in a meet with Jefferson High ot Roanoke. POOL FOOLIN ' FRESHMAN FENCING TEAM FRESHMAN WRESTLING FRESHMAN SWIMMING The Freshman wrestlers enjoyed only mediocre success this winter, winning but two matches out of five. The Tar Baby grapplers started out the season with a decisive 23-9 win over Davidson. They next took a close match with W. L., as Shapiro pinned his opponent in the last contest for an 18-16 Carolina win. The V.M.I, freshmen defeated the Tar Babies 26-6, and the next week Carolina ' s only winner was Stockton against V.P.I. State won the last match of the season, 22-8. The outstanding wrestlers on the squad appeared to be John Robinson, John Tillett, Bob Richards, and Sylvan Shapiro. The 1941 freshman swimming team had a very success- ful season this winter in winning all of its meets and estab- lishing numerous new records. Coach Ralph Casey ' s squad took wins over such promi- nent prep school teams as Staunton Military Academy, and defeated all the freshmen and high school talent in the state. Denmand Hammond established several local and na- tional records in the backstroke, and Jack Eshelman turned in consistently fast performances in the freestyle sprints. Ed Shumate was outstanding in the sprints and the breast- stroke. These three won the National Junior 150 yard medley relay. FRESHMAN SWIMMING TEAM First Row: Brasmer, Bloom- berg, Mangum, Taylor, Pen- dergraft, phillips; torrens, Isenhour, Jones, Sand ilos. Second Row: Van Wagoner, Crudup, Thomas, E d k i n s , Wright, Nathan, DuBose, sohlenger, drewry, bur- GESS. Third Row: Conrad, Martin boutyette, holzman, ben nett, Hutchinson, Lester Peck, McNaughton, Mc Lean, Denton, P r u i t t Graff, Manager Davis. Fourth Row: Edwards, Camp- bell, Bell, Fletcher, Little- ton, Taylor, Saunders, Michaels, Howe, Gibson, Manager Turner. First Row: Hobbs, Antolini, Witkin. Second Row: Markham, Even- son, Manchester, Tuttle, Cohen, Wadden, Hendrix, Manager Drlicker. First Row: Fennell, Waters, Soyars, White, Thompson. Second Row: Coach Desich, Boyle, Bell, Palmer, Brown, Sherman, Conrad, James. Third Row: Managers Camp- bell, Blades, Cohn, Masten, and Silverman. 4, V " - ' i • • -Vr 316 FRESHMAN TRACK The yearling track team showed that it possessed some potential varsity material by breaking even in two dual meets and winning the Junior AAU meet by a wide margin. The Tar Babies beat Duke, 64-62, lost to Navy 90 1 3 to 26 2 3, and breezed into the AAU title with 66 2 3 points, almost double their nearest competitor. Outstanding in this meet were Mike Mangum and Joe Taylor, who each won two first places, and Vernon Drewry. Going into the last event against Duke, Carolina needed a second place, worth three points, to win, and Mike Mangum came through with the needed points. Drewry and Mangum gained the only first places against Navy, as the Plebes dominated in every event. FRESHMAN TENNIS The freshman tennis team extended the record of Carolina ' s first year racketeers, who have not lost a match in about a decade, by completely overwhelming every opponent last spring. Among the los- ing teams, who did not win a single point all season, were college freshman teams and several prom- inent northern prep school squads. None of the players were extremely outstanding, but playing consistenly on the first six were Man- chester, Evenson, Wadden, Markham, Hendrix, and Hobbs. Also given a chance to make good some day on the varsity were Salzberg, Marks, Turtle, Witkin, Cohen, and Antolini. FRESHMAN BOXING Coach Dan Desich ' s freshman boxing team had a limited but rigorous 1941 season. The three meets scheduled were packed full of competition and the freshmen had ample opportunity to show their abilities. The first meet with V.P.I, resulted in a disheartening 4-3 loss. Through a technicality Thompson ' s fight at 120 and Sherman ' s at 145 were drawn in the first round. At 127 White decisioned Wisnan, and Tech ' s Wingfield crowded Boyle to win the 135 class. James drew Spital in the 165, and Palmer drew Diggs at 175. At heavyweight, Harding won over Bell. Carolina outpointed Virginia 5 x 2 t0 2 Vl- Thompson decisioned Stevens at 120, and at 127 White won over Mclver. Sherman drew Brooks at 145. Brown decisioned Semler, 155. James outboxed Cam- blos, 165, as did Palmer against McNeal at 175. Heavyweight Parker lost a good fight to Parlow. The third match, scheduled to be with the strong Staunton Military Academy, was not held. 317 MR. DURHAM, BASKET ROOM HOST I jIGMA— FRATERNITY FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS INTRAMURALS The Carolina intramural sports program gives every student a chance to participate in competitive sports. It stimulates healthy intramural campus rivalry and encourages the devel- opment of sport skills among those not able to make the varsity grade. Winners in major sports have been: Softball Kappa Sigma Lewis Track Kappa Sigma Mangum Football Kappa Sigma Lewis W restling Zeta Psi Town Boys Basketball Chi Psi K Volley Ball Chi Psi Town Boys PHYSICAL ED ORDEAL EXPECTANT BALL-HAWKS BjUTg ?w . ' wt j L I " ftl BL ■ j ■ ft I ■W ' . -■■. ft . i i — " ■ — - ISBH LEWIS— DORMITORY FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS REMINDS ME OF MY MA! THE WINGS OF AN ANGEL PERPENDICULARS ON THE HORIZONTALS H ft Hb mH ■ Br " Vs s ■ ■S r ftfl ► J If l FRESHMAN CAGERS FREEDMAN AND WILSON MILNE, FRESHMAN DISTANCE RLINNER MARJORIE JOHNSTON President of the W.A.A. DALTON POISED FOR THE KILL NO NEED OF TORE ' ; WERE LOOKING ANYHOW! WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The officers of the Women ' s Athletic Association are: Mar- ]orie Johnston, President; Ann Williams, Vice-President; Jean Lindsay, Secretary; Caroline Dalton, Treasurer; and Mrs. J. B. Beard, Advisor. During the past school year the Women ' s Athletic Associa- tion has greatly expanded its activities in its effort to give the Carolina Co-ed a healthy, well-rounded program. During Orientation week a " Truth and Consequences ' ' party for the new coeds was sponsored, as an introduction to the WAA and its place in the Carolina girl ' s life. Seated: Dalton, Williams, Pres. Johnston, Lindsay, Mrs. Beard. Standing: Mebane, Ruark, Jackson, Moore, Mrs. McIntosh, Kelly, Breazeale, Steinbach, Steele, Gibson, Nee. BACK FLIP-FLOPS HIGH DIVFRS WHO CLIMBED DOWN The fall quarter was especially active with tennis, archery, swimming, hockey, dancing, golf, and fencing ranking high in popularity. During this quarter there were several " play nights " in the Tin Can, as well as a swimming party with the varsity team. These mixed parties proved so popular that they were continued with the cooperation of the Monogram Club throughout the winter and spring quarters. In the winter the Red and Blue Leagues participated in a basketball tournament, and enjoyed fencing. During the spring the Co-eds held tournaments in Softball, tennis, and badminton, besides playing golf, swimming, and archery. In mid-April the WAA played host to the three-day State Conference of the Athletic Federation of College Women here on the campus. At the end of each quarter banquets were given in honor of All Carolina Co-ed teams and individual awards. JEAN HAHN Champion Girl Archer t r Si. ' " -E? L - m FOIL PLAY 321 j % k FrT ■ ' i 1 s -»: m y%Ulllll ' Mi]| i " 7S FRATERNITIES, SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS, DANCES AND 324 SOCIAL ACTIVITIES ROUNDING OUT COLLEGE LIFE 525 APPLEWHITE BASON BOATWRIGHT, E. H. BOATWRIGHT, EVA BREAZEALE BROOME BROWN BURROUGHS CHANDLER CLAMPITT CLAYTON CLINARD CRAFT CROMARTIE I DALTON DARDEN DAVIDSON DYCKMAN FISHEL FLETCHER FLOWE FOOTE FUTRELLE JOHNSON LEECH LOVE mallison McClelland MILAM MOORE PENTLARGE PLYLER POOLE PRATT RHODES RUARK SHAVER SUITOR WELLS WIMBERLY WIRE WITHERS BETA UPSILON CHAPTER ■ Aflpka UJeua f i Graduate School: Ina Jean Claussen, Margaret Henderson, Mar) ' Emily Parker. Seniors: Mary Bason, Mar) ' Louise Breazeale, Betty Brown, Barbara Burroughs, Hallie Chandler, Martha Clampitt, Mar) ' Alan Clinard, Caroline Dalton, Gertrude Darden, Frances Dyckman, Diana Foote, Betty Moore, Marie McClelland, Georgiana Pentlarge, Helen Plyler, Dorothy Pratt, Sarah Ruark, Laura Maie Shaver, Alice Wells. Juniors: Earlene Clayton, Ann Cromartie, Mary Elizabeth Leech, Helen Milam. Pledges: Ruth Applewhite, Betty Boatwright, Eva Boatwright, Virginia Broome, Elizabeth Campbell, Ann Craft, Gail Davidson, Constance DuBose, Eugenia Fishel, Betty Lou Fletcher, Ann Flowe, Peggy Lou Futrelle, Mary Hawkins, Helen Holt, Marion Johnson, Marion Lippincott, June Love, Nancy Mclver, Muriel Mallison, Frances Moose, Georgia Poole, Olivia Rhodes, Nancy Suiter, Caroline Taylor, Huldah Warren, Nancy Waters, Jean Wire, Ellen Wimberley, Bettye Withers. ANTHONY. M. P. ASHBY BRYANT BURGWYN DAVENPORT DIFFENDAL DORSETT ETTENGER FORD FRAZIER GRIER GRIESEMER GUY HAIGH HALL JONES LEWIS LONG, F. B. LONG, W. F. LOVE, F. W. MURCHISON OLIVE PATRICK SIMPSON SMITH THOMPSON TOLAR UNDERWOOD WATKINS WEBSTER WILLIAMS WISE WRIGHT, S. M. WRIGHT, V B. YOUNT, J. L. YOUNT. J. M. di tl 4iUd ii v 1 7 • ' ALPHA DELTA CHAPTER flpka Jan Ji tneaa 9 ' Faculty: Oliver Kelly Cornwell, Gvvynne Harris Daggett, Charles Perry Erickson, James Gilbert Evans, Keener Chap- man Frazer, Fletcher Melvin Green, Howard Russell Huse, Djugald MacMillan, Gerald Raleigh McCarthy, Atwell Campbell Mcintosh. Danield Allen McPherson, Floyd Theodore Siewart, Thomas James Wilson, Jr., Rex Shelton Winslow. Law School: James Hinton Pou Bailey, Thadeus Turtle Moser, George William Shipp, Jr., Clarence Leroy Shuping. Medical School: James Evans Davis, Alvis Barnes Dickson, John Franklin Lynch. Graduate School: Charles Edward Diffendal, Jr. Seniors: Robert Strange Bridges, William Trammel Davenport, John Charles Grier, Phillip Wiley Haigh, William Envin |ones, Ralph Clinton Patrick, George Lee Simpson, Jr., Ralph Chalmers Tolar, Hamilton Polk Underwood, Vincent Brown Wright. Juniors: Marvin Pope Anthony, Percy Rudolph Ashby, Henry King Burgwyn, James Washington Crews, John Walker Diffendal, Walter Franklin Long, Cameron Murchison, Robert Milton Olive, Armistead Burwell Smith, Jr., John Franklin Thompson. Sophomores: Harry Miller Bryant, Jeremiah Devel Griesemer, George Pickard Hogan, Phillip Alston Lewis, Forrest Battle Long, Ernest Grier Lord, Robert Lee Saunders, William Downing Watkins, Henry Williams, Robert Maurice Wise, Sam Martin Wright. Pledges: Josiah William Bailey, Harold Davis Cranford, John Dewey Dorsett, Robert Lee Ettenger, III, Reuben Ford, William Ray Frazier, Elbert Allen Griffin, William Carrington Guy, Hanson Chenney HalL Jr., Richard Mendenhall Hobbs, Edwin Samuel James, Fred William Love, Robert Gardner Royce, David Leroy Strain, Jr., Thomas Johnston Wads- worth. William Terrell Webster, Jr., James Locke Yount, John Milton Yount. BLEDSOE BROOKS COLLETT COWHIG COZART DALTON DAVIS, L. L. DAVIS, R. S. FELTS GARLAND GRANT HEYWARD HOLE HUMPHRIES JOEL LITTLE MATTHEWS RANKIN REID RICHMOND ROSS RYDER SAGER SCHENCK SHARKEY SIEWERS SOYARS STOCKTON, N. STOCKTON, R. TRAIL TROTTER WEBB WERTHEIM WHITE WILLIAMSON WINKLER - J X -- 1 -w- W | ! A .a f? t " i ill (3 C e» r, c o ETA CHAPTER £5eta Jheta J- i Faculty: Kent James Brown, William Lange, Edwin Shephard Miller, Robert Sharpe. Law School: James Boyce Garland. Medical School: Edward Walter Markey, James Bourke McDevitt. Graduate School: William Walker Hines. Seniors: Thomas Ruffin Bledsoe, Walter Francis Cole, James Roundtree Collett, Roger Alpine Grant, Charles Oliver Humphries, Walter Moore Lambeth, William Hartsell Little, Frank Reid Penn, III, James McCausland Ross, Christian Fogle Siewers, Randolph Louis Speight, Norman Vaughn Stockton, Jr., Harry Winkler. Juniors: Glenn Brooks, Richard Lawrence Cowhig, William Lacy Felts, Hugh Stanley Hole, David Settle Reid, III, Wilmer Webb, Richard Allen White. Sophomores: Robert Frank Dalton, III, Edwin Smith Pou, Landon Haynes Roberts, Donald Lee Sager, Paul Wilfong Schenck. Pledges: Robert Cozart, Rene Sheldon Davis, Lucian Latham Davis, Daniel Louis Garen, Charles Marc Gilmore, James Smith Heyward, Edward Davis Joel, Harold Harding Keith, Byron Matthews, David Holland Rankin, Charles Daniel Richmond, Oliver Allison Ryder, William Lawrence Sharkey, Thomas Noble Shelton, Zachary Taylor Smith, II, William Bernard Soyars, Robert Gray Stockton, Benjamin Oliver Townsend, Steele Trail, Benjamin Trotter, Walter Robert Wert- heim, Thomas William Williamson. " I u AW XT ■w. ? BRYANT BURROS, B. E. BURROS, M. L. CARPENTER CHARLES CRAGO CROSBY DIXON EDWARDS HAHN HEATH HOOVER HUDSON JACKSON JOHNSTON KELLEY LINEBACK LITTELL LOARING-CLARK McGIBONY McKENZIE McIVER MOODY NOE PEYTON SAWYER SHIELDS SMITH STEEL STIEFELMEYER TAYLOR THORNBURG WALSH WATTERS WHIPPLE WILLIAMS WOLF WOODHOUSE EPSILON BETA CHAPTER cl a wieaa f Graduates: Mary Dick Cannon. Seniors: Anne Caswell Bates, Pattye Rachel Bryant, Blanche Evelyn Burrus, Marjorie Lovelace Burrus, Ladye Bar- nard Carpenter, Mary Frances Heath, Mary Carlton Jackson, Marjorie Elizabeth Johnston, Jean Morse Littell, Genie Loaring-Clark, Mariana Milner, Emogene McGibony, Ernestine Irene Noe, Sarah Pearson Sawyer, Louise Dudley Smith, Martha Ann Speight, Ella-Keen Steel, Louise Olga Stiefelmeyer, Nancy Scull Taylor, Ann Pluymert Thornburgh, Ann Elizabeth Williams, Mary Isobelle Wolf. Juniors: Fairfax Bates, Ann Elizabeth Crago, Jean Gregory McKenzie, Ann Moon Peyton. Pledges: Cornelia Elizabeth Bass, Nelle Covington Bass, Kathryn Crews Charles, Jayne Elizabeth Crosby, Ann Bright Dawson, Betty Eaton Dixon, Elizabeth Philmore Edwards, Jean Hahn, Virginia Hayes, Annah Gray Hoover, Ellen Noah Hudson, Hortense Edwina Kelley, Kathleen Elizabeth Lineback, Jane Moody, Charlotte Shields, Ida Norris Snow, Sarah Kathryne Walsh, Marie Jaqueline Watters, Virginia Lewis Whipple, Katharine Lumpkin Wicker, Betty Frost Woodhouse. B ANDERSON BROWN COOPER DONOVAN ELMORE FARLEY FISCHER FULK GROTZ KING LINDSAY MOORE MORTON NELSON NIMMONS OHARE PENNY PHELPS PLEUTHNER RALSTON RHYNE SIDDLE SLOAN SMEDBERG SMITH, J. SMITH, R SWINK WALKER WILLIS WILLS ALPHA ALPHA CHAPTER 334 LJu rki Graduate School: Joseph Kimball Harriman, Phillip Edward Lucas. Seniors: Pinkney Rufus Brown, John Raymond Cooper, Bruce A. Elmore, James Edward Perry, Jr., Alfred Edward Phelps, Robert Stanley Sloan, John Wilson Smith, William James Walker. Juniors: John Porter Cooper, Richard Henry Farley, George Grotz, III, Charles Stephen Nelson, Frank Vincent O ' Hare, Wert Baxter Rhyne, James Sheek, Stephen White Siddle, Jr., Rogers Terrell Smith, William Jennings Swink, Allen Wills. Sophomores: Charles Joseph Donovan, Bard Townsley Fischer, Roger Wilkinson King, Stewart Campbell Morton, James Nimmons, Glen Richard Penny. Pledges: William McLees Alexander, Vincent Howard Anderson, Mott Parks Blair, Boyd R. Blackney, Robert Griffity Evans Epple, George Wrenn Estover, Jr., Robert Mitchell Forster, Joseph Frank Fulk, John Weldon Lindsay, Henry Dyer Moore, III, Robert Warren Pleuthner, Donald Neely Ralston, Gregory Lee Schultz, George Andrew Smedberg, Kendall Willis. ANDREWS BURGESS COOLEY DAVIS DAWSON FARRIS GUGERT HARNDEN HEITZEBERG KEATOR KENDALL KNIGHT LINDSAY LLOYD McADEN McINTOSH MEYER NEELY NEILL NICHOLSON NICOLLS NOWELL O ' BRYAN PETHICK PIERCE POLLOCK SCHMIDT SEYMOUR WATSON WRIGHT YARGER ALPHA SIGMA CHAPTER L kl f- di Faculty: Robert Erwin Cokcr. William Chambers Cokcr, Arthur Russel Hollct, William Gardner Morgan, Walter Spearman, George Coffin Taylor. Law School: Wayne Alexander Fonvielle, Jr., Samuel Richardson Leager, James Wardlaw Perrin, |r. Seniors: Hal Byerly Armentrout, Harrison Porter Baker, Brooks Francis Burtt, Ben Bentley Dilworth, William Clay- ton Farris, Charles Elmer Harnden, Jr., Robert Warren Judd, Archie Lindsay, James Thomas McAden, Archibald Nock Mclntosh, Donald Holmes Neill, Frederick Page Seymour, George William Watson, Thomas Archibald Weight, Jr. Juniors: John Allen Eddy, Francis Albert Gugert, George Wright Meyer. William Collins Neely, Alton Gwynne Nowell, Frederick Kenneth Schmidt. Sophomores: Thomas Eliot Andrews, Cale Kight Burgess, Jr., Robert Miles Heitzeberg, Edward Hollis Keator, John Fawcett Kenfield, Jr., Taylor O ' Bryan, Richard Bliss Pethick. Pledges: William Olds Cooley, Joe Carpenter Da is, Howard Athalone Dawson, David Matthew Kendall, )r., Richard Holmes Knight, Harold William Lloyd, Samuel Timothy Nicholson, John DeZouche Nicolls, Spencer Edward Pierce, Richard Heath Pollock, Terry Frank Yarger. ALEXANDER BOBBITT BRAWLEY CARLTON, G. WALKER CARLTON, P. R. DAVANT DAVIS, J. DAVIS, R L. DILL GIBBONS GRIFFIN GREEN HAND HITCHCOCK HOBBS, E. H. HOBBS, H. HOBBS, T. M. HOGUE HOLLINGSHEAD KENDRICK KIMBALL LINKER MAASS MANER MORTON PATTERSON PEETE QUARLES RODMAN RUTLEDGE SAUNDERS SCHWARTZ WOOLEN WRIGHT YOUNG c, n e a , ft £tte .IKS Cj - VJ BETA CHAPTER cJjelta J appa C pillon ppa o 9i Facuitv: William Morton Dey, Frank M. Duffey, William L. Fleming, Rogers Dey Whichard. Law School: Donnell Gilliam, Jr., Joseph Bunn Ramsey, Jr., Owen Guion Rodman, Julien Knox Warren. Medical School: Clark Rodman. Graduate School: Philip Camill Schinhan. Seniors: Sydenham Benoni Alexander, James Shober Brawley, Philip Rahm Carlton, Benjamin Robert Carroll, Wil- liam Wills Green, Jr., William Luther Hand, Peter Sterling Hitchcock, Clyde Gates Kimball, Raymond Otho Linker, Edwin Napoleon Maner, Jr., James Perrin Quarles, Jr., Wescott Roberson Woolen, Thomas Henry Wright, Jr. Juniors: Robert Lee Bobbitt, Blackwell Markham Brogden, Eugene Milburn Davant, Robert Lang Davis, Truman McGill Hobbs, Cyrus Dunlop Hogue, Richard Leon Kendrick, Calvin Blackwell Morrisette, Jr., William Pettway Jones Peete. Sophomores: Graham Maxwell Carlton, Thomas Henry Crudup, Junius Weeks Davis, Jr., Lemuel Hardy Gibbons, Edward Henry Hobbs, Samuel Huntington Hobbs, III, Elmer Percy Hollingshead, Jr., Brockton Reynolds Lyon, Hugh MacRae Morton, Donald Flanner Patterson, Eugene Minor ReQua, Camillus Holliday Rodman, John Baker Saunders, Her- bert Barrow Turner, William Caldwell Young. Pledges: William Benjamin Blades, James Barrow Boyce, Stuart Caldwell Campbell, Thomas Green Dill, John Stuart Gaul, Mark Alexander Griffin, James Andrew Harrell, Arthur Cummings Jones, Jr., Richard Fletcher Kemp, Harold Gus- tav Maass, Fred Reeves Rutledge, Karl M. Schwartz, III, John Denley Walker, William Robert Webb. m U0 AMOSS, D. M. AMOSS, H. L. AWALT BRANCH BRANSON BROWN CHANDLER CRITTENDEN DICK EDENS EMACK GROSS HARVEY JORDAN LAURENS MASTON MAYORGA, A. MAYORGA, F. NALLE PACKARD PEABODY PILLING STAPLES TAYLOR TORREY, D. F. TORREY, R D. WALKER mlmmlm lUllMH XI CHAPTER 340 JJetta l dl Faculty: Harry Kitsun Russell, Herman Walker Schnell. Seniors: Harold Lindsay Amoss, Thurston Cross Brown, Butler Parnell Crittenden, Jr., Randolph McLeod Dick, John William Ryan, Donald Fuller Torrey, Jr., Nicholas Misplee Walker, Hubert Brooks Wheeler, Edwin Godley Win- stead. Juniors: Henry Branch, II, Thomas Russell Edens, Henry McCormick Gross, Jr., Holstein Harvey, III, Michael Ernest Jenkins, Jr., Arthur Melville Jordan, Jr., Armando Mayorga, Fernando Mayorga, Robert Dutilh Torrey. Sophomores: Henry Gibson Barnard, Jr., Frank Lanier Branson, Jr., Henry Poor Chandler, Jr., Jesse Nalle, III, Franklin Davenport Laurens, George Lee Peabody, John Hartman Staples. Pledges: Dudley Moore Amoss, Francis Cloyd Await, John Beresford Emack, Jr., Herman Denckla Packard, Charles Evarard Childs, John Keating Sands, Norman Appleton Staples, Craig Adair Maston, Frank Bachman Pilling, Benjamin Loyal 1 Taylor. BELL, H. M. BELL, R. S. BOOGHER BRADSHAW CALHOUN CHURCH DIXON FOOTE GREGORY, Q. GREGORY, S. GRIBBIN HAYES HOLT HUMPHREYS JOHNSTON JACOCKS LEGGETT LYON MASSEY MIDDLETON MINNICK McGOOGAN PAGE, J. H. PAGE, R. PILLAR RANSON RICKS ROGERS SEBRELL SHAMBURGER SHEFFIELD SHUPING THOMASON URQUHART VAN KIRK WILLIAMS UPSILON CHAPTER 342 J appa Atlpka ipp r Faculty: J. G. deRouIhac Hamilton, E. W. Knight. Law School: Thomas William Mason Long, Jr., Robert Jones Lovill, Jr., Hal Hammer Walker. Graduate School: Melvin Mercer. Public Health School: William Hugh Sessoms, Ben F. Wyman, Jr. Seniors: Howard Vincent Bounds, Jr., Thomas Clifton Hayes, Jr., Risden Allen Lyon, Edwin Graham McGoogan, William Newton Middleton, Robert Query Ranson, Walter Lincoln Sheffield, Jr., Bonner Havens Thomason. Juniors: Wallace Andrew Brown, William Cozart Calhoun, John Trammel Church, Arthur Wilson Dixon, George Anderson Foote, Sam Thorne Gregory, John Hawkins Gribbin, Corey Vernon Holt, Jr., Arthur Winston Jacocks, Ernest Hodges Leggett, William Kendall Minnick, David Burton Ricks, Joseph Emmett Sebrell, David Walter Seifert, Jr., Marshall Boyer Sherrin, Jr., Burges Urquhart, Jr., James David Van Kirk, William Wright Williams, Jr. Sophhomores: Richard Samuel Bell, Holley Mack Bell, Elbert Boogher, Jr., Charles William Bradshaw, Quentin Gregory, Jr., George Browne Johnston, Charles Elbert Massey, Robert Newton Page, John Hinton Page, Junius Page Sham- burger, Hampton Shuping. Pledges: William Borden Cobb, Robert Barry Clark, William Robinson Frazier, Walter Calhoun Humphreys, Jr., Mart Walter Van Kirk, Hohn Ralph Lamm, Robert Alexander Musgrove, James Henry McEwen, Jr., Stephen John Piller, Jr., William Leslie Rogers, Jr., Malcolm Andrew Sherrin, Charles Flavius Spencer, Edmund Tisdale. 7 " BELL CHAPPELL COBB FRISBV GAYLORD HUTCHINSON MASHBURN PRITCHARD ROUNDTREE WARD li li J 4 KAPPA PHI FRATERNITY - ; V gU? |__ ill II l?mM y appa j ki Seniors: George R. Frisby, Charles Edwin Mashburn, William Freeny Ward. Juniors: Wallace White Chappell, Willis Edwin Cobb, Jeter Conley Pritchard. Sophomores: Thomas Ratlins Bell, Charles Meredith Gaylord, Bruce King Hutchinson, Herbert Horton Rountree, Richard Leonidas Young. ALEXANDER AUSTIN BATCHELOR BEASLEY BENNETT BRAWLEY DALTON EDWARDS FAIRCLOTH FERLING GREGG GUNTER HAMBRIGHT HARVEY, C. F. HARVEY, T HODGES HOLLAND LALANNE LONG, G. D. LONG, R. MAY, H. MAI ' , R. MITCHELL NEAVES NEESE NEWTON PORCHER REYNOLDS ROSE SHUGART SIGLER SILLS TAYLOR VERNON WOODHOUSE WOOTEN I C £fc ti ,tt Kit ri r a o £$ r. rv o (Tn o. ifli i Ai ALPHA MU CHAPTER 346 J appa S i ipp 9 ma Faculty: Ernest Marvin Allen, John Grover Beard, William D. Carmichael, Jr., Samuel Thomas Emory, Robert Alli- son Fetzer, Harold Benedict Gotaas, M. P. Jacobs, Sturgis Elleno Leavitt, John Morris, Marcus Cicero S. Noble, George Shepard, Edward James Woodhouse. Law School: William Anderson Allen, Frank Petty Holton, Neill Hector McGeachy. Medical School: Robert Ernest Sumner. Graduate School: Thomas Woodley Heath, George Washington Murphy, Duett Thompson Teal, Jr. Seniors: James Harold Austin, Britton Ferebee Beasley, Boyce Albert Brawley, Masten Rufus Dalton, Drewry Lanier Donnell, Jr., Sherwood MacDonald Edwards, Lawrence M. Ferling, Smilie Alexander Gregg, III, Charles Walker Gunter, Jr., James Carl Hambright, Jr., Roland Graham Hodges, James Francis Lalanne, Robert Long, Courtney Mitchell, Jr., Robert William Sills, Charles Edward Wood, III, Noel Robert S. Woodhouse, Cecil William Wooten, Jr. Juniors: William Cress Alexander, Douglas DeVane Batchelor, William Holt Faircloth, Tom Harvey, James Burwell Holland, Henry Stratford May, Richard Alvis May, Talmadge Edward Newton, Jr., Abram Hewitt Rose, Robert Lloyd Rose, Henry Wade Reynolds, James Taylor Vernon. Sophomores: William Moore Beckham, Bertrum Lester Bennett, Alonzo Dillard Folger, Jr., Robert Dedrick God- win, Dorman Thompson Hall, Felix Harvey, Jr., Phil Hughes, William Lee Mann, Charles Mitchell Neaves, Lawrence Erwin Neese, William Haskell Porcher, William Sigler, Isaac Montrose Taylor, Livingston Vernon. Pledges: William Franklin Brown, Robert Henry King, Jr., Sam Spoch Dalton, Charles Griffin Harris, James Vernor Johnson, George Deaver Long, Joseph Alexander Leslie, III, Mercer Cranor Parrott, Jr., Hubert Julian Philpott, Whid Powell, Jr., William Graham Reavis, Oren Julian Rogers, Emil Albert Serlich, Jr., Robert John Shields, Richard Tatum Shu- gart, Ferris Meigs Stout, Alonzo R. Whitaker, Jr., John Louis Wilkerson, Jr. ABEYOUNIS ANDERSON BIGGS BROWN DEES FOX FULLER GARVER GREENE HAMER HERRING KING LATHAM McADAMS McGOWAN PETHEL PICKARD ROYALL SCOGGIN SESSOMS SHEFFIELD SIMMONS TEAGUE TEE TERRELL WHITFORD ' n Pi fete 1 ttnt r.. -nip p faAlMl .Mil. i Ail £ ' ) f f f i iHifiHi iiirfil , ' v ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER 348 - j kl eJjelta L m Seniors: Junius Claude Fox, Jr., Edwin Rudolf Fuller, Marion Sims Hamer, George Edwin Royall, Jr., Bryan Henry Whitford, Jr. Juniors: John W. S. Biggs, Frank Arthur Greene, Jr., Alfred Henderson King, Jack Webster McAdams, David Foy MtGowan, Herbert Palmer Scoggin, William Johnson Sheffield, Harry Cleveland Tee. Sophomores: Fred Dees, Jr. PLEDGES: Berry George Abeyounis, Jr., Ernest Ruffin Anderson, Jr., William Colfax Brown, Robert Glenwood Garner, Zeigler Benjamin Latham, Raymond Eugene Pethel, John Milton Pickard, Stuart Maguire Sessoms, Foster Joel Simmons, James Ralph Teague, John Arthur Terrel, Jr. AVERA BEYER CARVER CLARK FEUCHTENBERGER, C. FEUCHTENBERGER, J. FRENCH GENNETT HARWARD HOKE HOUSE IRVING LANDSTREET LEMMON McGAUGHEY MERRILL, B. F. MERRILL, C. K PARTRIDGE PEARSON PHILLIPS PINCOFFS POWERS RAWLS RICE RICHARDSON ROGERS RYAN THOMASON THOMPSON WALKER WARD WHARTON WHITE WHITNEY WILLIFORD WOODMAN NORTH CAROLINA BETA CHAPTER 1 £ • " --■■- " y - ilSJ «HBS P L L)elta Jketa Faculty: Alfred Beerbaum, James Fesler, I. C. Griffin, Jr., Thomas Felix Hickerson, William Irwin, Rosselle Parker Johnson, William Frederick Prouty, Roland Bryce Parker, James Allen Williams. Law School: William Blount Campbell, Lewis Sneed High, Edward Harding Seawell. Medical School: Orin Watts Booth, John Hamilton Reed. Seniors: Alexander Henry Carver, Jr., Walter Clark, III, John Eugene French, Andrew Gennett, Jr., Robert Burton House, Jr., Carroll Bradford McGaughey, Byrd Farmer Merrill, Calvin Bynum Phillips, Edmund Lloyd Pincoffs, John Rorison Rawls, Frank Mandeville Rogers, William Manley Thompson, Edward Woodman. Juniors: Thomas Arrington Avera, Charles William Feuchtenberger, Cowdery Kent Merrill, Elbert Randolph Par- tridge, Jr., Robert William Powers, Enoch Blair Rice, Jr., Stuart Shaw Richardson, William Ira Ward, Jr., Richard Lind- sey Wharton, John Warner White, Floyd Gilbert Whitney, Raymond Frederick Williford. Sophomores: Charles Collins Beyer, II, William Choice Cleveland, John Andrew Feuchtenberger, Robert Lee Hoke, George Campbell Irving, Charles Blake Jones, Beverly Walter Landstreet, Gamewell Alexander Lemmon, William Hoadly Merrill, William Wallace Pearson, Noland Haynes Ryan, Byron Grant Sherman, Dan Richardson Thomason, Duncan Devane Walker, Fletcher Merritt Winstead. Pledges: Wiley Perry Ballard, John Welbourn Byers, Stuart Oliver Baesel, Lovick Pierce Corn, Hal Parsons Crane, Jr., John Clary Currin, William Hilliard Foster, Jr., Paul Vernon Godfrey, Denman George Hammond, Arthur Irwin Henderson, Jr., Edwin Stephen Hartshorn, Vernon Judson Harward, Jr., Walter Borden Hawkins, Charles Goodman Jones, Samuel Bowman Wheeler Kennedy, Henry Ortland, Hugh Alston Palmer, James Turner Pritchett, Jr., Robert William Sauer, Stuart Cramer Woodman. ANDREWS BARLOW BEAN BOURNE CONNER GRAVER DARDEN DEYO ELMORE GREENWOOD GROOME HARDIN HEADLEE HOBBS HUSSEY HUTCHISON IDOL, B. IDOL, C W. McCUEN McLEAN MEHAFFEY MORLEY MORRISON NICHOLSON OWENS PARSLEY RAMSEY RUFFIN SNOW SNYDER VAN WAGONER WEBB WILKINSON WILLIAMS r:i c: O ft. e% i ' " f f % i f 4 V . 1 EPSILON CHAPTER ■ ft. -fr ' fc-t, ,j ■ PL amma =Jjetta Faculty Members: James Bell Bullitt, Robert Ernst, John Warfield Huddle, Ernest Lloyd Mackie, A. W. Pierpont, Sterling Aubrey Stoudemire, Irvin Zimmerman. Law School: Robert Craig Mclnnes, James Kaye Dorsett, William Owen Cooke. Medical School: Thomas Lacy Morrow. Seniors: Robert Ferree Craver, James Henry Darden, George Elting Deyo, Charles William Idol, Arthur Lincoln Jansen, David James Morrison, Thomas David Ramsey, Paul Vincent Severin, Rodney English Snow, Eugene Bomberger Williams, Juniors: Horace Mitchell Baker, Douglas Dillard, James Brooks Greenwood, Jr., Eugene Ramsey Hardin, Charles Allen Headlee, Charles Edward Hussey, Robert Stuart Hutchison, Jr., Clarence Bickett Idol, Joseph Gordon King, Walter Linton Parsley, Robert Pullin Perrin, Clarence Lee Ruffin, Allan Wright Webb. Sophomores: Charles Columbus Bean, John Robert Bourne, William Edward Elmore, Jr., James Irving Groome, Jr., Bradford Forbes McCuen, Robert Johnston McLean, William Chambers Mehaffey, Edward Hallet Morley, Raymond Wil- liam Owens, Ben McClellan Snyder, Reynold Adam Tucker, Jack Russell Wilkinson, Jr., John Richmond Van Wagoner. Pledges: William Irving Anderson, Leon Polk Andrews, Cyril B. B arlow, Charles Kemp Boren, Milton Blair Cash, Marshall Chambers, Louis Mercer Connor, Robert Hunter Davis, Tom Carher Evans, John Clifford Evans, Donald Charles Fairbairn, Russell Franklin Hall, Chester Earl Hocker, Graham Carr Hobbs, Kenneth Leon Huddleston, Wallace Oscar Lane, Morris Carmichael Lumpkin, John Howard Munroe, Donald Gilliam Nicholson, Jack Watson Noneman, Thomas Atticus Norris, John Collins Paty, Milton Wesley Romary, Paul Franklin Simmons, Julius Clarence Smith, III, John David Titchner, Raymond Clifton Turrentine, Jr., Walter Charles James Wagner, Hilliard Hudson Wolf. ASHLEY BALDWIN BARRINGTON BEARD BEDEA BILLICA BLAND BOBBITT BOLICK BRITT BYERLY COOPER CURTIS FLETCHER GEORGE GIBBS HOPKINS LACKEY MORRISON PARNELL PYLE RUTTER SACHS SMITH, E. SMITH, R. WAGNER WEST WHITE LAMBDA CHAPTER I i J kl J appa 3 ima Faculty: English Bagby, Donald Cade Hicks, Jr., Joseph Merritt Lear, James William MacCallum, Isaac Hall Man- ning, Donald Frazer Martin, Gregory Lansing Paine, Samuel Seldon, Robert Howard Sherrill, Henry Horace Williams. Seniors: Jack Pershing Bedea, Harry Robert Billica, Maurice Eugene Bobbitt, Norman Marshall Bolick, Carney Blake Carter, George Marion Cooper, Jr., John William Curtis, James Baugh Mallory, Robert Wilkinson Montgomery, Robert Carl Rutter, Robert Braxton Smith. Juniors: Joseph Hill Barrington, Heywood Gilbert Bland, James Norment Britt, Felix Arthur Fletcher, Robert Allen George, John Sylvester Hopkins, Miles Smith King, Russell Hayes Livermore, Jr., Charles Gidea Pyle, Edward Albert Smith, Douglas Hailing West. Sophomores: Guy Lee Byerly, Jr., Wallace Duncan Gibbs, Jr., John Harold Huber, William Henry Krauss, Vernon Horace Lackey, Jr., John William Morrison, John Wilson Sachs, Benjamin Davis Shiflet, James Henry Stillwell, Wilson McCall Wagner. Pledges: Robert Edward Ashley, William Elmo Baker, Harry Leslie Baldwin, Bryce Parker Beard, John Joseph Beg- ley, Mike Comer Buss, Edgar Lee Council, Edwin Thornely Deal, David Allan Garrison, Andrew Joseph Gibbons, William Thomas Henderson, Jr., Joseph Jerger, Jr., Lee Stradford Johnston, Robert Arthur Nelson, Henry Clay Newsome, James Quincy Parnell, James Rennie Perrin, Joseph Alexander Stedman, Robert Preston White. ARNOLD ANGEL BOOKER BOYD CALDWELL CARD WELL CLARK CROCKETT DAVIS DEAN DICKS DUKE DURRING ELLIOT ERICKSON EVANS HAM HARTT HARRISON HUDSON JACKSON KAVSER KEESEE KNIGHT LE FEVRE LEFFLER LOGAN LUPTON MacKAY McCLURE McCONNELL MiKENDRY NASH NEWSOME PATTEN POLLARD ROBERTSON SEARS SHERWOOD SOULE THOMPSON WATKINS WILSON ALPHA CHAPTER 356 Pi Beta PL Graduate School: Mary Janice Cobb, Melville Fort Corbett, Sarah Clement Griffith, Louise McGwigan Hall, Mary Matilda Hines, Ann Worthy Johnson, Mary Jane Yeatman. Law School: Phyllis Jane Campbell. Seniors: Margaret Cornell Arnold, Mary Stacy Crockett, Marjorie Hayward Davis, Julia Elizabeth Duke, Elinor Olive Elliott, Elenore Marie Erickson, Sally Anna Evans, Mary Tudor Hudson, Elizabeth Anne Keesee, Martha Kirby LeFevre, Henrietta Bryan Logan, Julia Elizabeth McConnell, Millicent McKendry, Eunice Patten, Mary Susan Robertson, Helen Sarah Sears, Mary Spencer Watkins, Mary Louise Wilson, Roberta Winton. Juniors: Martha Ann Angel, Mary Louise Caldwell, Eleanor Ham, Jane Knight, Renie Elizabeth Leffler, Eleanor Sylvin Soule. Sophomores: Sara Adolpha Summerlin. Pledges: Julia Thruston Booker, Mary Guy Boyd, Jean Cardwell, Cornelia Clark, Melissa Elizabeth Dean, Nora Thompson Dicks, Jane Hamilton Durning, Virginia Harrison, Jane C. Hartt, Lucie Vanstory Hodges, Mary Cleland Holmes, Dorothy Louise Jackson , Janet Marie Kayser, Louise Laurie Lupton, Helen Elaine MacKay, Julia Marie McClure, Mildred Clark McElmurray, Mary Elizabeth Nash, Jennie Wells Newsome, Mary Alyce Pollard, Jean Larman Sherwood, Marie Boots Thompson. ALLGOOD BAILEY CONLEY DAVEY FARLE GODWIN GOODMAN HARRIS HATCH JONES JORDAN KENNEDY KIMREY LAWRENCE LYTLE MASTEN NEWSOME OWENS PECORA POPE PURVIS QUINCY RIEL SCHEIPERS SIMPSON SLOAN SNYDER TROUTMAN VICK WATERS WHITE WHITTEN TAU CHAPTER It mn l i J appa J4lpka r Faculty: John Erwin Carroll. Law School: Charlton Ellebe Huntley, David Harrison Armstrong. Graduate School: John Fletcher Miller, William Aldo Maggio. Seniors: William Walton Allgood, James Ruffin Bailey, William Tate Conley, James Gordon DeLoach, Grover Cleveland Godwin, Jr., Willis H. Kimrey, Whit Coffield Purvis, Jr., John Torrey Riel, John Leon Rogers. Juniors: William Cobb Bullock, Jr., William Leonard Davey, Jr., James Fremont Jones, Rowland Bellamy Ken- nedy, Jr., Frank Matthewson Lawrence, Jr., Oscar Lindsey Owens, Jr., Louis Scheipers, Jr. Sophomores: Hurst Bunn Hatch, Jr., Henry Newsome, Martin Bland Simpson, Jr. Pledges: Bill Clark Cox, James Hugh Cox, James Sidney Earle, Raymond Hales Goodmon, Zach Harris, Jr., John Richard Jordan, Jr., Willis Holt Kimrey, Thomas Elmore Lytle, Percy Raymond Masten, III, Clifton Goodwin Moore, Charles Sumner Patch, Jr., John Louis Pecora, John Edward Pope, Jr., Robert Gordon Quincy, Charles Henry Sloan, Jr., Bruce Wellington Snyder, Melmuth Wilson Thompson, Coit Ray Troutman, Robert Craven Turner, Howard Crawford Vick, Norman Brant Waters, Fred White, Robert Estes Whitten. BERNSTEIN, J. BERNSTEIN, R. BETTMANN DUBE FISCH GOLBY GOLDBERG GOODWIN GREENBERG IMBREY LEES LERNER LEVIN LIPMAN MACK MENDELSOHN OSTROWSKY ROSEN SCHLEIFER SCHLENGER SCHWARTZ SECHER SHAPIRO SOSKIN ■ ■ i E 4ML ik i ik - il- m l • JO - ,f f 7 a» «. %. z m ) m WBMKk ; _.!,,_-, OMEGA BETA CHAPTER , J l oLambda J m Seniors: Robert Zelden Lerner, Leonard James Schleifer. Juniors: Whitlock Lees, Marvin Mendelsohn, Marvin Ostrowsky, Murray Secher. Sophomores: Morton Herbert Golby, Sandford Goldberg, Donald Selig Schlenger, Howard Imbrey, Jackson Elliott Dube, Erwin Mack. Pledges: Seymour Krim, Joseph Bernstein, Robert Bernstein, Robert Edward Bettman, David Goell, Irving Goodwin, Jay M. Greenberg, Ray Fisch, Mervyn Lentz, Justin Lipman, Alfred C. Levin, Marvin Rosen, Sylvan Shapiro, Richard R. Soskin, Robert G. Schwartz. ADAMS BARNES BARTLETT BROADFOOT, M. W. BROADFOOT, W. G. BROWN CARR CROOM DARDEN GARWES GRAINGER GRAY HALL HANES HODGES HOLLAND JONES McDUFFIE McLENDON MEANS NICE ODELL OSBORNE RICHARDSON ROBERTS RUMPH SAUNDERS SMITH, C A SMITH, R M SPRUNT STRANGE THORNTON TILLETT TOMLINSON VAN DYKE WORTH J fe. •» J » «: — « at «r ' I Gil ,- ybi A, AS , XI CHAPTER J iatna y ftpka C psLlon l 9 ,pna o Faculty: George Frederick Horner, Almont Howell, Edward Mack, Jr., Olin Terril Mouzon, George Mowry, Wil- liam Pierson, Charles Wettach. Law School: Vaughn Sharp Winborne, Walter Hogue Powell. Medical School: William Lunsford Long, Jr., Hugh Smith, Jr., Ira Woodall Rose, Jr. Graduate School: Alexander Guerry, Jr., Allen Johnston Going. Seniors: Clark Bartlett, William Gillies Broadfoot, Jr., Winston Broadfoot, William Moye Darden, Isaac Bates Grainger, Jr., James Alexander Gray, Jr., Paul Erastus Jones, Jr., George McDume, William Robert Richardson, Hughes Roberts, Jr., Charles Aurelius Smith, Robert McDavid Smith, Lawrence Archdale Tomlinson, Jr., William Deaderick Van Dyke. Juniors: Stephen Shepherd Adams, Aiden Emmett Barnes, III, George Rowland Brown, III, Austin Heaton Carr, Jr., William Church Croom, Jr., Murdock McRae Dunn, Hundley Rankin Gover, Frank Bordon Hanes, James Truman Holland, Lennox Polk McLendon, Jr., Thomas Samuel Means, Jr., Clayton Moore, Jr., Charles McKinney Nice, Jr., Michael Corbett Stovall, Robert Strange, Jr., William Holladay Thornton, Charles Walter Tillett, III. Sophomores: Hugh Hammond DuBose, Henry Martin Garwes, Jr., Robert Strudwick Glenn, Harrell Myers Graham, Jr., Samuel Ervin Hall, Howard Latham Hodges, Jr., Harry Perryman Horton, Michael McCormack Nolan, Jr., Russel Dean O ' Dell, Henry Plant Osbourne, Jr., David McKenzie Rumph, Robert Mills Saunders, Griswold Smith, Kenneth Murchison Sprunt, Frederick Leroy Swindal, George Williams Worth. Pledges: John Austin Carter, Robert Hope Crawford, Richard Doeschler, John Brownback Eshelman, Donald Ray Fuller, Bahnson " Gray, Paul Speer Huber, James Alexander Lockhart, Charles Aycock McLendon, Arthur Lowndes Mont- gomery, William Truslow Newman, Edward Knox Powe, III, John Mosely Robinson, Jr., John Tillett, Jr., Lee Peck Whitcomb, John Dalziel Wood, Alexander Dickson Wilson, II. ANTOLINI AUSTIN BAKER BALES BARNES BEARD, C. S. BROOKS COUNCIL DAWSON, C. T. DAWSON, G. R. DEAVER EDWARDS FREEMAN GARDNER HEBBARD HERPEL HOLLAND, G. B. HOLLAND, T. S. HUFF JENRETTE JUSTICE O ' NEILL NEWELL PAYNE PETTY RANTZ ROBINSON RUE STEEL SWAN THOMAS TORRENS TUCKER VAIL, R. M. VAIL, W. C. c p o a ALPHA TAU CHAPTER 36-1 mk ' " " " S Lama L hl i f Faculty: Herman Glenn Baity, Welsey Critz George, James Logan Godfrey, Frederick Henry Koch, John Wayne Lasley, Jr., Frederick Bays McCall, Roland Prince McClamrock, Earl Anderson Slocum, Delos Wickens. Medical School: Jack Hughes, George Webb Plonk. Graduate School: John Alexander, Harold P. Dobbs, William F. Dukes. Seniors: Donald Charles Baker, Robert Harwood Council, Collins Taylor Dawson, George Robert Dawson, Jr., Thomas Cunningham Edwards, (r.. Bunk Gardner, III, Russell Edgar Hebbard, Jr., Joseph Malphus Jenrette, George Mas- ten Millaway, Philip Frank Robinson. Juniors: Jack Watson Barnes, Cyrus Simmonds Beard, Danny Logan Deaver, Burton Myron Newell, William Charles Orr, Benjamin Carl Parker, Jesse Swan, Cornelius Dickinson Thomas Jr., Charles Jackson Tucker, Robert Manning Vail. Sophomores: Edward John Antolini, Joseph Austin, Joseph Willard Bales, John Roger Brooks, Richard Walter Free- man, William Frederick Herpel, Townsend Stanley Holland, Jr., Warren George Steele, William Charles Vail, Stephen Williamson. Pledges: David Herring Beard, John Leslie Bell, Robert Gordon Carlan, Wade Fulton Denning, William Sloan Fisher, Robert Eugene Grant, Griffin Bryan Holland, Arnold Beltrain Huff, Frank Ross Justice, Frederick Lee McCoy, John Bigelow O ' Neal, Frank Hannan Payne, Clarence Samuel Plonk, Philip David Pence, James Britt Petty, Robert Her- man Rantz, Paul Warren Simpson, George Welsh Rue, Jr., William Ennis Tayloe, Hohn Howard Thwaits, William Wailis Torrens, Richard Maurice Upchurch. ADAMS, R. K. BADEN BEAUDRY BROWN BRUNER COHOON CARROLL CHAMBLISS CLARK COCKE COXHEAD CURRIER DEES DUNKLE EFIRD FOREHAND GILLIAM GLIDEWELL H INKLE JOSLIN LEAMING LITTLE LOOCK McCOACH McNAUGHTON, M. McNAUGHTON, R. MURRAY PARK POISSON ROBBINS SEARS SNIDER STANBACK TIMBERLAKE TUCKER WILSON PSI CHAPTER 366 Sa8 . S iqma r i ma r lit Faculty: Arnold Borden, Millard Breckenbridge, Walter Creech, Jr., Edward McGowan Hedgepeth, Archibald Hen- derson, John Coriden Lyons, William DeB. MacNider, Earle Ewart Peacock, John Brooks Woosley, Trezevant Player Yeatman. Medical School: Frederick Alexander Blount, Thomas Lynch Murphy. Graduate School: Harry Clay Yeatman. Seniors: William Wallace Bruner, William Archie Dees, Jr., William Lee Gilliam, William Joslin, Malcolm Donald McNaughton, Edward Emerson Murray, William Davis Snider, Joseph Winston Timberlake, Garland Scott Tucker. Juniors: Rayford Kennedy Adams, John Randolph Chambliss, Dudley DuBose Cocke, George Leavell Coxhead, Harry Newton Dunkle, Joseph Bivens Efird, Edmund Conger Forehand, North Smith Hinkle, James Francis Learning, William Arthur Loock, Jr., Benjamin Franklin Park, Louis Julian Poisson, Jr., Charles Austin Robbins. Sophomores: Thomas Benjamin Baden, Floyd Edward Cohoon, Jr., David Russ Carroll, Joseph Harold Conger, Jr., Kenneth William Currier, Edwin Stuart McCoach, Jr., Robert Avery McNaughton, John Raymond Sears, John Barham Spilman, William Charles Stanback, Stewart Leigh Wilson. Pledges: Frank Elmer Adams, Peter Thomas Beaudry, Lattie Hamer Brown, Jr., Thomas Campbell Byrum, Donald Clement, Jr., Charles Richard Clark, Robert Alson Crews, Edmund Thomas Glidewell, Tyndall Peacock Harris, Arthur Forbes Joyner, Robert William Little. ARNER BARON BERNSTEIN, R. E. BERNSTEIN, W. H. BLOOM BROWN ETTER FRANKEL GOODMAN HARRIS KALIN KANTROWITZ KATZ KURTZ LAVINE LOWERSTEIN MEYER MICHAELS MININSOHN PEARLMAN ROSE ROSENTHAL RUBY SANDS SALZBERG SCHWARTZ, J. M. SCHWARTZ, W. SHALLECK SILVERSTEIN STADIEM ULMAN WALDFOGEL WEINBERG YOUNG ZIMMERMAN OMEGA CHAPTER 368 Jan (L psilovi l ki Graduate School: Sydney Cooper. Seniors: Seymour Brown, Edward Lewis Kantrowitz, Lionel Melvin Katz, Eugene Silverstein, Howard Raymond Stadiem, Oscar Charles Zimmerman. Juniors: Warren Howard Bernstein, Lester Philip Etter, Stanley Edward Fuchs, Louis Smith Harris, Edward Lazarus Kalin, David Pearlman, Albert Rose, Morton Bruce Ulman. Sophomores: David Michael Arner, Richard Ernest Bernstein, William Maxwell Lowenstein, Sylvan Meyer, William Schwartz, Arnold Salzberg. Pledges: Richard Warren Baron, Erwin Knmow Bloom, Ernest Frankel, Edward Goodman, Jack Marvin Kurtz, Arthur Eli Lavine, Gerard Marder, Edward Michaels, Isadore Mininsohn, Robert Leonard Rosenthal, Richard Sidney Ruby, Marvin Sands, Joseph Max Schwartz, Charles Shalleck, Jerome Bert Tichner, Melvin Waldfogel, Robert Louis Wein- berg, Leon Young. BLACK COHN EDWARDS JACOBS LASKER LEVY LOEB MUNVES NEUMAN ROSENBLOOM RUBENSTONE RUBINSOHN SCHWAB SCHWARTZ SIMS SMOLLEN SOLOMON SPIES STROUSE ALPHA PI CHAPTER Leta HJ eta Jau Seniors: Maurice Niles Edwards, Harold Lasker, Robert Ballin Neuman, Adrian Charles Spies. Juniors: Ralph Levy, Eugene Neal Munves, Raymond Martin Rosenbloom, William Bernstein Schwartz. Sophomores: Richard Sol Bloch, Howard Cohen, Sinclair Sartorius Jacobs. Marshall Henry Solomon, Sylvan Paul Stein. Pledges: Ellis Lester Freedman, James Lucien Loeb, Joseph Rubenstone, Louis Rubinsohn, Martin Jay Schwab, Mur- ray Simms, Elliott Edwin Smollen, David Strouse. ADAMS BROWNING BRYON, E.K. DAVIS, A. DAVIS, E. P. DORTCH ELLIS FULLER GRAVELY HACKNEY, J. N. HACKNEY, T. J. HANCOCK HANES HAYWOOD HOWARD HUNTER KITTRELL MARTIN MORDECAI, F. MORDECAI, S. NASH PENICK, E. PENICK, G. RAGLAND REDFERN REECE REES SASSER SELF TAYLOR THORP, J. D. THORP,.] P. VOGLER WADDEN WALSTON WRIGHT T , - f UPSILON CHAPTER -eta J si Faculty: Edward Tankard Brown. Law School: Joseph Blount Cheshire, IV, Alexander Hawkins Graham, Jr., Henry Hyman Philips, Jr., John Kenyon Wilson, Jr. Medical School: Gus Evans Forbes, Jr., Asa Richmond Parham. Graduate School: Herbert Stacy McKay. Seniors: Benjamin Howard Browning, Jr., Edward Palmer Davis, Jr., Thomas Jennings Hackney, Jr., Thomas Holt Haywood, Jr., Thomas Palmer Nash, Jr., Edwin Anderson Penick, Jr., William Trent Ragland, Jr., Pembroke Graves Rees, William Neilson Vogler, Jr., George Alexander Wilkinson, Jr. Juniors: Marion Miot Fuller, Jr., Jarvis Aubrey Hanes, Curtis William Howard, Jr., Harry Little Martin, Jr., Samuel Fox Mordecai, Charles Parks Reece, John William Sasser, James Alfred Self, Nelson Ferebee Taylor, James Preston Thorp, John Daniel Thorp, Hubert Cozart Walston, Isaac Clark Wright. Sophomores: George Hackney Adams, Alexander Shuford Davis, Hugh Dortch, Jr., John Wood Foreman, Lloyd Lee Gravely, Jr., Charles Hamlin Hancock, Henry Blount Hunter, Jr., Robert Gillian Kittrell, Jr., Frank Faison Mordecai, George Dial Penick, William Albert Redfern, Jr., Marion Jackson Trotman, Thomas Anthony Wadden, Jr. Pledges: F. M. Simmons Andrews, Spencer Pippen Bass, Jr., Edwin Boyle, Edward Kedar Bryan, Joseph Shepard Bryan, Jr., Thomas Francis Ellis, John Needham Hackney, Nathaniel Maurice Hill, ]r., Lee Johnson Howard, Wiley Long, Francis Parker King, Richard Cavanagh McElroy, John Frank Miller, Jr., Sumner Malone Parham, Elbert Sidney Peel, Aldert Swedes Root, Charles Robertson Skinner, Jr., Thomas Gregory Skinner, Lee Overman Snow. 13 " CLUB DUDLEY DuBOSE COCKE President WILLIAM CHURCH CROOM.Sec-Treas. THOMAS BENJAMIN BADEN CYRUS SIMMONDS BEARD HOWARD VINCENT BOUNDS CHARLES WILLIAM BRADSHAW GEORGE ROWLAND BROWN WILLIAM WALLACE BRUNER JOHN RANDOLPH CHAMBLISS DUDLEY DuBOSE COCKE FLOYD EDWARD COHOON, JR. WILLIAM CHURCH CROOM HUGH H. DuBOSE JOHN WOOD FOREMAN TOM JENNINGS HACKNEY PHILLIP WILEY HAIGH THOMAS CLIFTON HAYES RUSSELL EDWARD HEBBARD ROBERT STUART HUTCHINSON BEVERLY WALTER LANDSTREET FORREST BATTLE LONG JOHN FRANKLIN LYNCH, JR. CHARLES ELBERT MASSEY THOMAS LACY MORROW TOM PALMER NASH HENRY HYMAN PHILLIPS JOHN WILLIAM SASSER EMMETT SEBRELL BYRON GRANT SHERMAN ARMISTEAD BURWELL SMITH, JR. RODNEY ENGLISH SNOW, JR. WARREN GEORGE STEEL JESSE FRANCIS SWAN JOHN D. THORPE DONALD FULLER TORREY MARION JACK TROTMAN BURGES URQUHART WILLIAM CHARLES VAIL RICHARD JOHN VAN WAGONER, JR. WILLIAM DOWNING WATKINS ALLAN WRIGHT WEBB JOHN WARNER WHITE JACK RUSSELL WILKINSON, JR. ORDER Q mm AUSTIN HEATON CARR, J CYRUS DUNLAP HOGU 1UELTH0RNE GREGORY GEORGE P EY ADAM SYDENHAM BENONI ALE 4 f 4 D E f ' WILLIAM CRESS ALEXANDER MARVIN POPE ANTHONY BERT LESTER BENNETT, JR. JIbER ' ' ILLIS GRIFFIN BOOG HENRY KING BERGWYN ROBERT STRANGE BRIDGERS VILLIAM CLEVELAND WILLIAM DAVENPORT LARRY MONSANTO FERLING GEORGE ANDERSON FOOTE ISAAC BATES GRAINGER, JR. QUENTIN GRE€0R LLOYD LEE GRAVELY, JAMES ALEXANDER GRAY IW! ALEXANDER GREGG, JR. HOWARD LATHAM HODGES LTER MOORE LAMBETH PJP$£ ALST WCLeJ RICHARD ALVIS MAY SAMUEL MEANS CALVIN BLACKWELL MORISSETTE HUGH MocRAE MORTON li| ES MITCHELL NgJ||S ROBERT WILLIAM POWERS JAMES PERRIN QUARLES, J I DAVID McKENZIE RUMPH DAVID WALTER SEIFERT PAUL WILFONG SCHENCK DAN RICHARDSON THOMASON m )h liAM NEILSON VOG|g% HUBERT COZART WALS WHITNEY CHARLES EDWARD WOOD, III ISAAC CLARK WRIGHT 376 ORDER OF THE MINATAURS OFFICERS FRANK BORDEN HANE5 RICHARD LEON HENDRICK CHARLES JACKSON TUCKER ...M.W. H .M. W. U. ...B. T. ACTIVE MEMBERS JACK WATSON BARNES WINSTON BROADFOOT JAMES ROUNDTREE COLLETT MASTERS RUFUS DALTON EDMUND CONGER FORHAND BUNK GARDNER, JR. THOMAS HOLT HAYWOOD WILLIAM WALKER HINES WILLIAM JOSLIN GEORGE McDUFFIE TALMADGE EDWARD NEWTON BENJAMIN FRANKLIN PARK CHARLES PEAK REECE JAMES McCAUSLAND ROSS WILLIAM HENRY SEEMAN ROBERT McDAVID SMITH ROBERT ERNEST SUMNER JAMES PRESTON THORP GARLAND SCOTT TUCKER WESCOTT ROBERSON WOLLER THOMAS HENRY WRIGHT, JR. HUTS DAVID RUSS CARROLL JOSEPH HAROLD CONGER THOMAS HENRY CRUDUP ROBERT FRANK DALTON JUNIUS WEEKS DAVIS RICHARD WALTER FREEMAN ROBERT STRUDWICK GLENN FELIX HARVEY HENRY BLUNT HUNTER ROBERT KITTRELL HENRY FLANT OSBORNE ISAAC MONTROSE TAYLOR YKZ WZPUPPAY MALLGY VZASADS JV OYL KJL FRACO H VRAIVF KRLTQT VALMAR LI 1 1 RULERS 565 WILLIAM TRENT RAGLAND, JR. REX 566 JAMES SHOBER BRAWLEY K. D. S. 560 JAMES ALEXANDER GRAY. w. s. s. 561 THOMAS HENRY WRIGHT, JR.. . K. M. K. 568 ISAAC BATES GRAINGER N. G. P. SUBJECTS 174 Archibald Henderson 490 Fletcher Melvin Green 241 Joseph G. deR. Hamilton 546 Harry Russell 255 Frank Porter Graham 559 George McDuffie 315 Robert W. Wettach 560 James Alexander Gray 319 William W. Pierson 561 Thomas Henry Wright, Jr. 328 Francis F. Bradshaw 565 William Trent Ragland, Jr 331 Thomas Felix Hickerson 566 James Shober Brawley 343 Dudley DeWitt Carroll 567 Harold Lindsay Amoss 369 William F. Prouty 568 Isaac Bates Grainger 373 Allen Wilson Hobbs 569 Cyrus Dunlap Hogue, Jr. 385 Robert Edwin Coker .570 John Daniel Thorp 405 Charles S. Mangum, Jr. 571 William Luther Hand, Jr. 417 George Coffin Taylor 572 Charles Walter Tillett, II 439 J. Penrose Harland 573 Thomas Holt Haywood, Jr 442 Robert B. House 574 Frank Borden Hanes 453 H. G. Baity 575 Thomas Samuel Means 468 Herman Walter Schnell 576 Walter Clark 577 Robert Strange, Jr. dorgott ' a HENRY McCORMICK GROSS PRINCEPS THOMAS JENNINGS HACKNEY, JR. SCRIPTOR CLARK B QUAE CHARLES EDWARD DIFFENDAL, JR JOHN WALKER DIFFENDAL WILLIAM WALKER HINES THOMAS PALMER NASH JAMES McCAUSLAND ROS HUNDLEY RAN- M. CORBETT STO CLAYTON MOORE, . AUSTIN HEATC EDWIN NAPOLEON ariorie johnston ar i Atnne J- aschal ■ -i ' -- , 7-: ■:: " --?:£ stm m jfftKflH Spencer Vvatk P ins Jb nn wile i -4 Tranced Uuck f ' man 386 l eqqiA c Lou J ittrelle si villa (l-)ridi 9 er 388 ar 1 Si auu RUTH APPLE WHIT STAFF ELINOR MAYER MELVILLE CORBETT SUSAN SWIFT PEGGY PARSLEY ANN FOUNTAIN 390 FAVORITES t- BETTYE WITHERS MARGARET HOWLAND HAMP CALDWELL STACY CROCKETT MARGARET PRESTON 391 MAY DAY at the Carolina ' s coeds ruled the campus the day when Louise Hudson was crowned queen of May amid her court of fifteen coed beauties in a Mexican fete held in the arboretum. Gracing the scene were the queen ' s court chosen by the women students as their most beautiful coeds. Bobbie Winton was the queen ' s maid of honor and Melville Corbett and Bobbie Burroughs served as the prin- cesses of the court. Jeanne Herrman, Janice Cobb, Helen Ann Jacobs, Susan Fountain, Ruth Curtis Robeson, and Barbara Liscomb served as the senior court; and Jane Putnam, Marjorie Johnston, Elinor Mayer, Rose Win- trier, Frances Buchalew, and Alice Murdock made up the junior and graduate court. 392 UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA Continuing the custom of an annual pag- eant presented by the women students for the entire university, the coeds presented a musical fiesta, ' Mexicana ' , written by San- ford Stein with a musical score by Jack Page and Jim Byrd. The fiesta was sponsored by Alpha Kappa Gamma, now Valkeries, honorary women ' s organization which has directed the program for the last four years. Only once a year do the coeds come out whole-heartedly for the purpose of display of their beauty and the entertainment of the campus, but when they do shine — they really shine. tie Dflnce UNIVERSITY DANCE COMMITTEE In 1925 dances at the University were suspended by the Executive Committee of the Faculty because of their rough character. Several members of the faculty, seeing the injustice of this, sought to inaugu- rate some method of continuing dances. As a result of their efforts a dance committee was formed, com- posed of fifteen students and three faculty members. Dr. W. S. Bernard was asked by President Chase to head this committee. In order to accept this position, which he deemed a high honor, Dr. Bernard resigned from the Executive Committee of the Faculty. President Chase thus granted the University Dance Committee its charter with the provisions that the Executive Committee of the Faculty and the Student Council should have no jurisdiction over it. The main object of this committee was, and is, to maintain order at all University dances and see that they are conducted on the highest possible level. At present the committee consists of sixteen students and three faculty members. Those student members are George Coxhead, Edmund Erickson, Leon Galloway, Sam Gambill, James Garland, I. B. Grainger, Henry Greene, Thomas Heath, Charlie Idol, Red Meehan. Bob Rose, Sid Sadoff, Sam Teague, Jack Towell, Joe Welborn, and Tom Wright. The members of the faculty committee on dances are Dr. E. L. Mackie, Chairman; Dr. H. K. Russell, and Herman Schnell. Today the University Dance Committee is one of the most representative organizations on the campus as well as one of the most successful. Its members are elected by the various organizations to represent them on the committee. W- It U U i 1 II kil All l COXHEAD ERICKSON GALLOWAY GAMBILL GARLAND GRAINGER GREENE HEATH IDOL MEEHAN ROSE SADOFF TEAGUE TOWELL WELBORN WRIGHT MACKIE RUSSELL SCHNELL 395 GERMAN CLUB EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE GERMAN CLUB The German Club is the organization responsible for the three main dance sets of the year — Fall Germans, Mid-Winters, and Finals. Having undergone a reorganization this last year, the Club was able to select better bands for better dances and not fear going into the red. The new officers every year are installed at the last dance of Finals with due ceremony. This year the Club should be commended on the fine week- ends for which they are responsible. For Fall Germans we tripped the light fantastic to melodies of Bob Chester at Home- coming. The drab winter quarter was brightened up with an influx of imports and coeds to participate in the Mid-Winter dances. Jack Teagarden rendered harmonious inspiration to the gala occasion. As every Finals is dear to the heart of every parting senior, the German Club does its part in making our exit a glorious one. For this year the officers of the German Club were: I. B. Grainger, President; James Garland, Vice-President; Frank Robinson, Secretary; John Diffendal, Treasurer, and Tom Wright, Chairman of the Executive Committee. The members of the Executive Committee are Bill Dees, Clark Bartlett, Britton Beasley, Henry Gross, Bill Vogler, and Tom Long. BARTLETT DAVENPORT DIFFENDALE ROBINSON 396 BARNES BURGWYN DEES MISS McKENZIE MISS BURGWYN MISS JOHNSTON PEETE MISS ELLIS WRIGHT MISS BENNETT MIDWINTERS Midwinters in the icy air of the Tin Can have become as much a part of the Caro- lina Tradition as Rameses and the Old Well; this year was certainly no exception. But, as usual, the attractive pride of the South came to Chapel Hill in furs and sleeved evening gowns to enjoy a whirling week-end with Jack Teagarden and the man of their choice. In the Friday night figure the leaders were: Henry Burgwyn with Miss Margaret Bur- gwyn; Billy Peete with Miss Laura Ellis Emmett Barnes with Miss Claire McKenzie Billy Webb with Miss Bobbie Williams Holstein Harvey with Miss Dagmar Cooke Ike Wright with Miss Betty Winborne; Em mett Sebrell with Miss Millie Brenizer; Wade Reynolds with Miss Helen McGhee; Charlie Tucker with Miss Betsy Rodwell; Bill Looke with Miss Deedee Murray. Those participating Saturday night were: Ike Grainger with Miss Martha Anne Speight; Thomas H. Wright, Jr., with Miss Louise Bennett; James Garland with Miss Ruth Applewhite; Frank Robinson with Miss Frances Ravenel; Bill Dees with Miss Mar- jorie Johnston, Bill Davenport with Miss H elen Byrd Harris; Britt Beasley with Miss Emily Smith; Clark Bartlett with Miss Fair- fax Bates; and William Hines with Miss Margaret Taylor. MAY FROLICS May Frolics in May is an unheard of thing — but this year " we done it. " On the first week-end in May Tommy Dorsey returned to Chapel Hill to play for Carolina ' s favorite set of dances. All the customary breakfasts, beer parties, champagne dinners, and open houses were held with all the customary frol- icking. Hats off to the committee of Larry Ferling, Tom Hackney, Sam Means, Bill Bruner, Sonny Lambeth, Billy Hand, and Joseph Jenrette, and all those beautiful gals again making May Frolics one of the better dance sets of the year. r X BRUNER FERLING HACKNEY HAND JENRETTE LAMBETH MEANS MISS X ' ADDELL MISS RANDOLPH MISS FLEMING MISS DUFFY MISS PEGRAM MISS LAMBETH MISS CHAPMAN 401 itf MU CHESHIRE COGHILL DIFFENDAL McPHERSON MORRISON MURPHEY SMITH SUTTON WRIGHT FINALS Finals — when the old order changeth, yielding place to the new. The traditional German Club figure and sash ceremony mark- ed the induction of new officers. More im- portant to every senior however, was the fact that he was dancing the last set as a Caro- lina student. No tear-jerker, the dance did serve, however as a bon voyage to many a student. The old order with their escorts were Godfrey Cheshire with Miss Winifred Vass, Stuart Ficklen with Miss Louise Dibrell, Louis Sutton with Miss Sarah Sutton, Lynch 402 Murphy with Miss Helen Redfern, Warren Smith with Miss Bette Orr, Tom Wright with Miss Louise Bennett, Jimmie Ross with Miss Mary Power Frazier, Sam McPherson with Miss Helen McDuffie, and Julian Cog- hill, Charles Dirfendal, and Dave Morrison. The incoming German Club leaders were Ike Grainger with Miss Margaret Taylor, James Garland with Miss Caroline Miller, Henry Gross with Miss Ellen Lambeth, George Millaway with Miss Gerry White, Bill Bogler with Miss Frances Manning, Tom Long with Miss Margaret Johnson, Bill Dees with Miss Ozella Woodward, Bill Davenport with Miss Helen Harris, and Clark Bartlett and Britton Beasely. 403 ' t pS 4 J [1 j§ j ' 1 HJH i t t t J : ? 1 sf ' es ! JUNIOR-SENIOR DANCE COMMITTEES JUNIOR-SENIOR DANCES Climaxing a week of Senior hilarity, the Juniors joined forces with the Seniors and put over a highly successful Junior-Senior Week-end. Tony Pastor and his boys were on the band stand surrounded by the usual crowd of swing fans and footsore lotharios. Many a Senior drank to the dregs his last ALEXANDER BARRETT BOBBITT BURTON BYRD DUNN FAIRCLOTH FOOTE HARDV HODGES HUTCHISON JORDAN McCORMACK McGOOGAN MOORE RICHARDSON TURNER WILLS THE HIGHLIGHT OF THE SPRING formal dance before final examinations and long after the band had packed and gone, groups lingered around the hat check booth talking of the good times they had. The elected leaders for both the Junior and Senior class were Bill Alexander, Charles Barrett, Robert Lee Bobbitt, Ottway Burton, Hugh Byrd, Elwood Dunn, Bill Faircloth, George Foote, Herbert Hardy, Luther Hod- ges, Robert Hutchison, John Jordan, John McCormick, Ed McGoogan, Aubrey Moore, Stewart Shaw Richardson, Remus Turner, and Allen Wills. INTERDORMITORY DANCES Interdorms this year were probably the best ever held at Carolina. An unusually large bevy of beauties descended on Chapel Hill to trip the light fantastic with Jimmy Lunsford patting out the rhythm. Rounding out the week-end program was an open house held by Graham Memorial and sev- eral parties given by fraternities for the dormitories. Those participating in the figure were Miss Janice Cobb with Edward Taylor, Ellen Wimberly with Bill Wall, Margaret Mer- rill with Pick Hamlin, Katherin Traynham with George Hayes, Catherine Gray with Buck Timberlake, Jo Baker with Sam Gam- bill, Blanche Burrus with Ben Tiller, Jane Legrant with Frank Reynolds, and Elsie Har- rison with Elwood Dunn. BELK PARKER SAVARESSE TILLETT FOLGER NICHOLSON HARVEY PECK McCACHREN SMITH SOPHOMORE DANCE The social season of the Spring Quarter was ushered in by the annual Sophomore week- end. As typical it rained. The rain and orchestra mix-up, however, did not dampen the spirits at the crowded dances. The set was held in Woollen gym on the week-end of April 4th and 5th which was begun by a tea dance on the Friday afternoon which was followed Friday night by a formal dance. The music was furnished by Freddie Johnson and his band. Saturday night the Grail gave the dance honoring the Sophomores and their dates. Enoch Lite rendered the harmony for the occasion. The leaders for the dance set representing the sophomore class were Alonzo Folger, Felix Harvey, Johnny Hearn, George McCachren, Charles Neaves, Don Nicholson, Steve Peck, and George Smith. 407 JUNIOR-SENIORS + INTERDORMS + SOPHOMORE DANCE + FRESHMAN DANCE FRESHMAN DANCES Competing with the characteristic week-end drizzle, Dean Hudson and his Florida Clubmen started off the freshman dance set with a concert open to the campus. The week-end as a whole was composed of the usual concert, Friday night dance, Saturday afternoon tea dance and night dance. The Saturday night dance was jointly sponsored by the Grail and Freshman class. Those who strolled nonchalantly through the figure were Miss Norris Snow with E. K. Powe, Miss Frances Clark with Hanson Hall, Miss Estelle Darrow with Mike Carr, and Miss Anne Sheridan with Fred Sheridan. Committee chairmen and members of the dance committee who took part in the festivities were Miss Dot Brogden with Charlie Harris, Miss Mary Alice King with Joe Ferguson, Miss Mary Anne Wynne with Stuart Campbell, Miss Janet Browning with Bob Cowan, Miss Tay Muller with Dewey Dorsett, Miss Ann Mills with Hugh Cox, Miss Sebie Midgett with Bobby Stockton, and Miss Gloria Boney with Jim Pntchett. BEAUDRY HARRIS CAMPBELL PRITCHETT COWAN STOCKTON COX WILSON FINIS With this, we put a finis on the 1941 Yackety Yack. You will find that in some ways it is only another routine annual. We hope, although, that you will find enough individuality in the book to mean more than just another edition. Believing in giving credit where credit is due, we feel that we should give recognition to some of those who have contributed to whatever success this book will have. " Publish- ing a yearbook, even though it only comes out once a year, is no easy fob and requires concentrated work the entire school year. Of course the most indispensible group is the staff itself without whose help, often- times unrewarded, the Yackety Yack would never become a reality. We would like to particularly mention a few names whose services have been most valuable as John Thorp, Charlie Tillett, Billy Peete, G. I. Kimball, Hugh Morton, Dave Reid, Louis Stephens, Bahnson Gray, and Frances Gibson. We could mention other names which would include not only the section heads but also the underclassmen staff members. The 1941 Yackety Yack would also like to express its deep appreciation to Ray- mond Bailey and Buck Shelton of the Charlotte Engraving Company along with Mr. Frank Fleming of the Lassiter Press and the whole staff of Wootten-Moulton. Their cooperation has been more than we could ask for and their services have meant much to the success of the book. We would like to mention Fred Weaver for his fine dedication to Horace Williams and Sam Hood of Raleigh for the last pictures taken of Mr. Williams. We hope you like the book. We hope that it will mean something to you as you leave Chapel Hill, some for the last time. We hope that this book can serve to help perpetuate those things which Horace Williams and the University of North Carolina are. We hope that in future years you will not just have a tie that recalls a few memories of college, but also that you will have a publication through which a way of life at the University of North Carolina can again become a reality. Byrd and Norman 4ii W. ' J PATRICIA MORISON Chesterfield ' s Girl of the Month currently appearing in Paramounl ' s " The Roundup " ±es, you will quickly like everything about Chesterfields. . .they ' re cooler and milder with plenty of good taste. You are entitled to all these things in a cigarette and you get them in Chesterfield ' s right combination of the world ' s best cigarette tobaccos. EVERYWHERE YOU GO Z aZZfa Copyright ivH. LicctiT Myers Tobacco Co. 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