University of North Carolina Chapel Hill - Yackety Yack Yearbook (Chapel Hill, NC)

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sW5 ' : ' EBf ■ .■ ' ' «-VSi» 1 THE LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA T n U BILKLflVBROOH ScCi t U ' po C r i z u uita , p, ieSMi d uy- . ♦ n U U U if t7 tii dUi , (kj,JMM,7i -, t Cl C il UV DOUG smiT .Uci iUS TMcvuc, cia£ II r r ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ n II a .X.d -9. 9r ♦2- ' I — r - - - ♦ . ♦ T Oil AX laiL ♦ ♦ ♦ CL ' fV ' £caSa uy m£ mo ■1i ' 7U • r v ' M Kv r rv r I ( I yUHi u a til, " co pU . . • Jk JJcuA ti tcrAccA Zl M u ccA t M ' h ao -ihLut Zc Jhj2. auai oi p icci HiJ yiUit ♦ ♦ % I ' cvS £ , • ♦ u -ut ' ■M. HH. :h cH ix . . . JMoM ' y r ' •«» ¥ « " • I -. ' » ' rv ♦ . di r " ■ ' ♦ ♦ Y , . sTi wH al a -— r r r Ot ia 4. n no TB -1 ]■ n 5;-S»iJliJ ' ( .S3,jJMu ' €ca uiC a. AiUiuZU. . z t r i a u tita i. r S4 n . . Oii ( a yca 24 Tn t S r j r J KV r KJ J - cuili . ti v M HO. ' na u£ at zc ♦ ♦ ♦ r 4uaaute ' Ohx tUu Cl U j r j DC ID ' -; zt44pC CHu xa yfiHi4 (H Ujc t €jy ♦ ♦ ♦ Cx . nfli • 1 1 It ' . ♦ uZ yCudZ ♦ ♦ w . — Y r J imJui Ci a a4 (:C a(HV7 . ♦ . aa ta. ' M u o tcet ♦ . • .. . ' i :- ■: ris- v;. r X: ' •- " ■.j r--- 5itfVJU« ' SM?«»i.» W ' n ciSOpM In a period of great Carolina men, we turn this year to one who through time and ability has truly proven his worthiness. For over a quarter of a century Coach Bob Fetzer ' s name has been synonymous with better athletics at the University of North Carolina. Before joining the coaching staff at Carolina Coach Bob earned his B S. degree at Davidson in Mechanical Engineering. There follow in quick succession on M.A. in Physics, also at Davidson and at Clemson he received another B.S. in Elec- trical Engineering. After teaching at Woodbury Forest Preparatory School from 1909 to 1913, he returned to Davidson as head football coach fo; one year before acquiring a position as chemist for the Southern Cotton-oil Company. From 1916 to 1918 he occupied the position as chemist fc the state In 1919 he returned to Woodbury Forest and in 1921 came to Carolina For over 28 years every phase of athletics at Carolina has been strengthened through his constant efforts to improve the athletic program. During his administration, the department has blossomed into handsome Woollen Gymnasium, Bowman Gray Me- morial indoor swimming pool, and Kessing outdoor pool. The " Dean of Southern Track " as he is often referred to, has served as chairman of the Southern Conference Track Committee and as a member of the N.C.A.A. The track team, personally coached by him, has won over ninety Southern Conference championships or more than a third of the titles in the 16-member league. Thus we dedicate this, the 60th volume of the Yockety Yack to the man we know and love. ( ( -V ? ,?3r n the course of " our day " here, we come to look upon Dr. Frank, with his friendly smile and genial, engaging personality, as a permanent part of . ' the University, even as he is the living embodiment of its spiritual traditions and philosophy of democracy in action. Over almost a half century of close association with Chapel Hill, he became so much a part of Carolina, and Carolina was so firmly bound up in his whole being, that it was scarcely possible for us to think of Dr. Frank apart from Carolina, or Carolina opart from this little man of great heort who presided over its destinies for two decades. n -- 7! fl %i .M. ' ---«■ s we began our academic trek through these four happy, eventful years. Dr. Frank had just returned from his war-time service in Washington, and had turned his full attention to the needs of a University doubled in size and facing the post-war trials of adjustment and adaptation to the new era. Again it was our privilege to partake of the experience which to many of us was the greatest Carolina had to offer — those Sunday evenings, when we gathered about the cheery hearth in Dr. Frank ' s library. Mrs. Graham, a perfect complement to him, helped make these " open houses " fomily get-togethers. Whether of his own student doys, of his experiences in London or Washington or Indo- nesia, or of his unquenchable faith in the democratic way of self-determination which is the genius of America, his words were eagerly heard, and long will be treasured in memory of heart and mind. y student who came to him for advice or assistance, Dr. Frank was never too busy to see, even if it meant that some disgruntled dignitary must wait. Never did he forget that his first responsibility was to the students — nor did we forget that in Dr. Frank we hod a President upon whose support we could unfailingly rely, if we conscientiously felt ourselves to be in the right. mm ' p-- I hen came the greatest shock of " our day " , when Dr. Frank was appointed United States Senator. We had hoped, with unconcealed selfishness, that we might keep in our midst, where we might draw from him continued inspiration and encouragement, this humble, courageous prophet and practitioner of democracy. Those of us who knew so well all that - iwhis vigorous intellect and unflagging energy had m meant to Carolina paused to ponder our irreparable " loss. With reflection came the realization, confirmed by the early beginnings of a brilliant Senatorial career, that we in our loss hod enabled him to do vaiiont battle on a for vaster field for his compelling ideals and principles, born of a life of service to his fellow man, and for one world where men might live as brothers in the full dignity of human personality, and in peace. J - THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA University of North Carolina at chapel hill • North CaroUua State College of Agriculture and Engineering at raleigh • The Woman ' s College at Greensboro Consolidated Offices CHAPEL HILL TO THE CLASS OF 195 0: Chapel Hill has given you an understanding of the tradition in which we live. You have learned the techniques of thought and communication, and habits of study. Now you leave the sheltered paths of this charming old campus for the highways of the world. You should go out with full knowledge that you are not completely educated . . . You merely have the tools to educate yourself and this process should continue throughout your lives . . . Remain forever close to your University. Keep the Faith you have acquired here. Keep the Faith and spread, the Faith. Keep this Yackety Yack always. It ' s like an old-fashioned music box, whenever you open it, there will echo and re-echo in your ears and hearts the music of Chapel Hill; the church bells. . . the Bell Tower chimes. . . orchestras at dances. . . bands at football games. . . the sound of Tar Heel voices. . . the friendly voices of your teachers. . . the cheery " hey " of your friends. And the priceless pictures in this treasure chest will refocus in your minds hvmdreds of happy hours spent in the sunshine, in the moonlight and under the stars of Chapel Hill. . . Down through all the years of your lives, wherever you may go, your heart will always beat just a bit faster whenever you hear the symphonic syllables: Chapel Hill. God bless all of you. Always, ft ' ■(HiS ' , . i r ' I MwjiSiSiSiS iSo feiS MO i ' i i»wwww i wiw ii uV r r rA To the desk of Chancellor Robert B. House comes ell the administrative problems of our Uni- versity. It is seldom that we can catch him in this pose, for each hour of the day he is busy seeking solutions to the many problems that challenge his wisdom. Chancellor House is not only a hard-working and efficient administrator, but a helpful friend to each and every Carolina student. Acting in the absence of Dean Fred Weaver, Dean William Friday is to all students a living example of young Carolina leadership. Honored many times in praises much better said than we could ever hope to phrase, we can only say here that in Dean Friday every Carolina student finds competent and able guidance. Dean Katherine Carmichael has won the praise and admiration of all who know her. As Dean of Women, she each year wins the love and respect of the many Carolina co-eds. Her heart and office are always open to their many problems and she never is too busy to listen with under- standing to their daily tales of woe. No one can mistake the friendly smile of Dean Mackie. As Dean of Awards, he keeps accurate account of all honors given by the University. With the infinite details that Dean Mackie has to keep up with, you never find him too busy to pass the time of day with a student. r [ r K a- DEAN C. P. SPRUILL General College Faced with the tremendous task of guiding the academic life of the University men and women, the administrative officials began long before registration planning the rou- tine of Carolina classes which is taken for granted by all students. Their job did not cease with the first day of class, but throughout the year they concerned themselves with the needs of every student. r r v v_J v LJ DEAN SUSAN G. AKERS School of Library Science Their offices swarmed with men and women who were seeking answers to various sorts of problems. The Deans felt deeply their responsibility for the future and welfare of every student in their individual schools. Continuing in their role of service to Carolina men and women and to the University, they have done their port in simplifying and organizing our daily college existence. r More than 40,000 persons — including all living graduates and other former students — comprise the alumni body of the University of North Carolina. Among these 40,000 Carolina men and women the General Alumni Association is on organization seeking to tie together in a comprehensive program the good will and loyalties of all alumni in further- ance of the best interests of the University. Through alumni class organizations, local alumni associ- ations, a monthly alumni magazine, the Alumni Office, and other agencies the Association invites every former student to participate in its activities For the individual former student his or her ad- dressogroph mailing stencil in the Alumni Office files is a connecting link with the University. These stencils — bearing up-to-date addresses — make available for alumni and University use ad- dress lists of alumni by classes, by location, by degrees, by professions or occupations, and in many other ways. Reunions, homecomings, local alumni meetings and other Association projects are depend ent upon accurate address lists. The Alumni Review, published monthly as a magazine and weekly in the fall as " football sup- plements " , is mailed by the Association regularly to a large list of dues-paying members. Each magazine affords a " reunion in print " with news from the University about campus happenings, faculty, and alumni. Dues-paying alumni also are the ones eligible to vote in annual mail balloting for Associ- ation officers. For every former student — whether member or not, graduate or ex-matriculate — there is always a welcome at the Alumni Office, located in the Caro- lina Inn. And there is always an invitation to parti- cipate in the Association ' s program " to link the past with the present for the future of Alma Mater. " WILLIAM H. RUFFIN L 2 tittiti uuUI yLucL a Joiki The Board of Trustees of the University of North Carolina is under the General Assembly and has full power over the affairs of the school. Members are elected, one from each county in the state, for eight year terms which are staggered so that one-fourth of the number is elected every two years. An Executive Committee of the Board is authorized to act between meetings as the Boards ' general agent. A Finance Committee is subject to the Board and to the Committee for its power and duties. The acting governor of the state is the President ex-officio of the Board of Trustees. II £ . y n s n U n n II U Li. iiQt.i . t »■ • lfp- ir ' K . - h V y r - V . ITfl - Q ? SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS ARMECIA EURE Secretary Tar Heelia ' s rain attends our fall return, but it ' s heartwarming to see old friends again — the traditional Junior-Senior prom becomes a reality as the mud walks disappear — BEAT STATE; we did — Fall Germans with Gene Krupa as we saw our team defeat DOOK for the fourth successive year; great party — Sper ' s last Virginia game; " All right gang; let ' s really yell this one " — Christmas al- ready! Old friends, new parties and, in many ways, a New Year for us — Dallas ' Cotton Bowl with the last game for our famous Justice to Weiner combo — New ideas for the new Senior Council — Winter, the time to stay inside for tea — Beneke thrills us again — Band concerts on the green — One begins again to share his Y-court coffee with the bees and dogs — Senior week and Barefoot day — beach parties and picnics — graduation — college days are past, but college memories will be with us, always. Will we recognize the reconstructed campus at our first reunion? r r Adams, C. M., Jr. Adorns, T. H. Adkins Albright, H. L. Alexander, C. H. Allan Adams, J. T., Jr. Adcox Adier Albright, J. A. Alexonder, O. M. Allen Adams, R. C, Jr. Adderholdt Ahern Alderman Alexander,!. W. Allison ADAMS, CALVIN MONROE, JR. Stotesville B,5. IN COMMERCE. Delta Sigma Pi; Iredellians (3, 4); U.V.A. (3). ADAMS, JOHN TALMAGE, JR. Stotesville ADAMS, RAYMOND CURTIS, JR. B,5, IN COMMERCE, ADAMS, TILDON HAROLD B.5, IN COMMERCE. ADCOX, WILLIAM FRANCIS Roeford A.B. IN MUSIC. Phi Mu Alpha; Band (2, 3, 4); Glee Club (3); Orchestra (4). ADDERHOLDT, CHARLES HAROLD Hudson B 5 IN COMMERCE Phi Beta Kappa; Beta Gamma Sigma. ADKINS, WILLIAM R., JR. Chorlotte B S. IN COMMERCE. Lombdo Chi Alpho; University Club (3); Y.M.C.A. (2). ADLER, THEODORE Norfolk, Vo. B A IN CHEMISTRY Tou Epsilon Phi; Alpho Epsilon Delta; Phi Eta Sigmo; University Club (3). AHERN, DONALD HUGH Charlotte B,S. IN COMMERCE Alpha Tau Omega; Alpha Pi Omega; Inter- fraternify Council (3); 13 Club (3, 4); Tennis (I); Soccer (2, 4); Red Cross Committee (3); Cliarlotte Club. ALBRIGHT, HENRY LEE Spencer A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Doily Tor Heel {3, 4); Young Democrats Club (4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 4); Town Men ' s Association (4). ALBRIGHT, JAMES ALEXANDER B S IN COMMERCE. Groha ALDERMAN, LEVI K., JR. Rose H A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Interdormitory Council (4); Pi Sign Alpho (3, 4); Dormitory Advisor (4). ALEXANDER, C. HEATH Charlotte A.B. IN HISTORY. Zeto Psi; Monogram Club (4); Sheiks; Basketball (2); Tennis (2). ALEXANDER, DON MARSHALL Asheboro AB IN POLITICAL SCIENCE, Sigma Phi Epsilon. ALEXANDER, THOMAS WATKINS B S IN COMMERCE ALLAN, ELIZABETH HISLOP Union, N. J. BAIN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Delta Zeto; Honsr Council (Sum- mer) ' Interdormitory Council (Summer); Student Council; Co-Chair- man Dorm Store; Splash Club; Major ' s Club; W.A.A. Council- Hockey Club (3). ALLEN, WILLIAM BRAYTON B S IN COMMERCE Raleigh ALLISON, WILLIAM LOCKE, JR. Stotesville B,S, IN COMMERCE, Pi Kappa Alpha; Thirteen Club (2, 3, 4); YMCA. (I, 2, 3, 4). SfOIOfi CLASS Of ALLRED, DANIEL ISAAC, JR. A B IN CHEMISTRY, Swimming (2), ALSTON, THOMAS HUGH, JR. A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Kings Mountain ALTIZER, KATHRYN STEWART ChrisHonsburg, Va. A B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Alpha Gamma Delta; Daily Tar Heel (3); Student Council (4); International Relations Club (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), Vice-President (4;; Young Republicans Club (4); Student Advisor (4); Archeology Club (4); Student Party (3, 4); Orientation Committee (4). AMIS, ANNUNZIATA JEANNE A B IN ENGLISH Alpha Gamma Delto. Burlington ANDERSON, DAISY BELLE Greensboro A.B. IN ENGLISH. Glee Club (3); Interdormitory Council (3, 4); Sound and Fury (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Student Party, Executive Committee Sec etory. ANDERSON, DAVID MAURICE, JR. Rocky Mount A B IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Eta Sigmo; Phi Beta Kappa. ANDERSON, EDWIN BROOKS B.S. IN COMMERCE. ANDERSON, JEAN HANSFORD BS IN BOTANY. Conterbury Club (3). ANDREW, HERBERT THOMAS B.S. IN COMMERCE. Winston-Solem Augusta, Ga Siler City Durham ANDREWS, HAROLD LEE A B IN MUSIC Phi Mu Alpha, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma; Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Editor " Bond Notes " 12), Sec.-Treos. (3); Golden Fleece; Symphony Orchestra President (3); Phi Mu Alpha President (4); Kay Kyser Scholarship Winner (2). ANDREWS, WALTON WHITE Chopel Hill B.S. IN COMMERCE. Sigma Chi; Bond (1); Student Council (2). ANTHONY, WILLIAM EDWARD ARCHER, GEORGE KENNETH Charlotte B.S. IN COMMERCE. Chi Phi; Glee Club (1, 2); Tarnation Business Manager (3). ARDREY, ELINOR LAWRENCE A.B. IN FRENCH. Glee Club (3, 4). ARMSTRONG, IVAN BAKER Aiken, S. C. Raleigh B.S. IN COMMERCE. Kappa Sigma; Minataurs (3, 4); Carolina-Raleigh Club President. ARMSTRONG, JO ANNE Winchester, Va. A.B. IN ENGLISH AND EDUCATION. Alpha Gamma Delta; Y.W.C.A. [3, 4); Membership Council (4); Canterbury Club (3, 4); Coed Senate (4); Cheerleader (4); Panhellenic Council (4); President of Alpho Gammo Deito (4); Religious Emphasis Week Planning Committee (4). ARNOLD, BETTY ANN A B. IN ENGLISH. Waynesboro, Vo. ARNOLD, WALTER DAVIS Bristol, Va. A B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Sigma Chi; Student Legislature (3); Vice-President Campus Party (3); Student Government Executive Committee (3). iinfTftn fifTv Allred Alston Altizer Amis Anderson, D. B. Anderson, D. M., Ji Anderson, E. B. Anderson, J. H. Andrew Andrews, H. L. Andrews, W. W. Anthony Archer Ardrey Armstrong, 1. B. Armstrong, J. A. Arnold, B. A. Arnold, W. D. Arthur Austin, J. A. Bach Ashby, D. B. Averett Boesel Ashley Averitt Bailey, C. R. August Aydelette Bailey, G. B. Ausley Ayers Boiley, P. E. ARTHUR, ROBERT MILLER A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Zeto Psi. AVERITT, ETHRIDGE CLAYTON B S. IN COMMERCE Foyetteville ASHBY, CHESTER THEODORE Hilton Village, Vo. A.B. IN COMPARATIVE LITERATURE. Glee Club (3, 4); Wesley Foundation (3, 4). AYDELETTE, JAMES HAROLD B.S. IN COMMERCE. Kappa Sigma. ASHBY, DAN BELL Raleigh A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Chi Psi; Student Legis ' ature (3, 4); University Club. ASHLEY, WALLACE, JR. Smithfield B.S IN COMMERCE. Alpha Tou Omega, Phi Eta Sigma, Beta Gamma Sigma; Glee Club (I, 2, 3, 4); Phi Assembly (41. AUGUST, LEWIS MARTIN B.S. IN COMMERCE. Philadelphia, Pa. AUSLEY, METT 6AGLEY Micro A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Delta Sigma Phi; Johnston County Carolina Club. AUSTIN, JAMES AUGUSTUS A.B. IN ECONOMICS. AUSTIN, JAMES SPENCER A.B. IN COMMERCE Phi Kappa Sign AVERETT, LELAND STANLEY, JR. B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. Ridgewood, N. J. Portsmouth, Va. Oxford AYERS, WILLIAM EDWARD, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Kappa Sigmo. BACH, JOSEPH WELLS B S IN COMMERCE Phi Delta Theta Upper Darby, Pa. BAER, ERVIN I. Dunn B.S. IN COMMERCE, Tau Epsilon Phi; Interfroternity Council (3). BAESEL, EDWARD FRANKLIN, JR. Charlotte A.B. IN ECONOMICS Phi Delta Theta. BAILEY, CHARLES ROBERTS A.B. IN SPANISH. BAILEY, GLENN BOYETTE A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Theto Chi. BAILEY, PATRICIA E. Carthage A.B. IN SPANISH. Delta Delto Delta; Glee Club (3, 4); Sound and Fury 13. 4), Tarnation (4), Yackety Yacli (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), Splash Club (3, 4). SfniOfl CLASS Of Paje 32 Bai ne Baker, N. R., Jr. Baker, W. H. Baker, W. E. Boldwin 1, R. G. Boldwin, W.M., Jr. Ball Bollance Borbee , S. G. Barker, M. V., Jr. Barker, M. E. Barnes, C. H. Baldwin, R. E. Borbee, H. I. Barnes, D. B. BAINE, RUTH JAMELINE Sanford A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Alpho Delta Pi; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), W.A.A. (3, 4); Physical Education Majors Club (3, 4); Splash Club (4); Basketball Club (3, 4). BAKER, NUMA REID, JR. B.S, IN COMMERCE. BAKER, WADE HARVEY B.S. IN COMMERCE. BAKER, WALTER EDWIN B.S. IN COMMERCE Mt. Holly BALLANCE, CHARLES ASHBY Raleigh A.B, IN MUSIC Phi Mu Alpha; Bond (1, 2, 3, 4); Orchestra (1, 2, 3), BALLARD, JOHN HAROLD B.S. IN COMMERCE. BAR8EE, HARRISON IDOL Greensboro A.B IN CHEMISTRY Phi Gamma Delta; Alpha Epsilon Delto. BARBEE, SARAH CATLING Raleigh BALDWIN, CURTIS PAYSON A.B. IN JOURNALISM BALDWIN, RUSSELL EDWARD B.S. IN COMMERCE, Phi Koppo Sigma, BALDWIN, RUSSELL GLENWOOD Lelond A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE, Carolina Political Union (1, 2); Doily Tor Heel (2); Debate Squad (I); Di Senate M, 2); Student Legislature (2); Young Republicans Club (2, 3, 4); Council for Religion in Life (1); United World Federalists (I, 2, 3, 4), President (2); State Student Legislature Assembly (2, 3). BARKER, MARK V., JR. Chapel Hill A.B. IN RADIO Pi Koppo Phi; Sound and Fury (3, 4), Treasurer (3), President (4); Vets Club (4). BARKER, MARY ELIZABETH BARNES, CECIL HERBERT B.S. IN COMMERCE Lancaster, S. C. BALDWIN, WINFIELD MORGAN, JR. Goldsboro Club !2, 3, 4); BARNES, CLAUDE CARTMILL B.S, IN COMMERCE, BALL, DAVID BEACH Burlington B,S, IN CHEMISTRY, Delto Phi Alpho, President (3); Glee Club (4). BARNES, DONALD BYRON B.S. IN COMMERCE. Winston-Salem mum fifTV Bornhill Borrow, P. E Boss Batemon Beoson Beecher BARNHILL, HARRY LEE A.B. IN ENGLISH. BARRINGER, FRED ALEXANDER A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Wilmington BARROW, BARBARA NEALE Great Neck, N. Y. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delto Delto Delta; Yoekety Yock (4); Y.W.C.A. (4). BARROW, PEBLEY ERNEST Tompo, Flo. B.A. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Sigmu Nu; Doily Tor Heel (4); Fencing (4). BARTH, ALBERT H. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Hewlett, N. Y. BASCHON, PAUL JOSEPH, JR. Wilmington A.B. IN HISTORY. Lambda Chi Alpho; Aquinas Club (I, 2, 3, 4), President (2). BASS, BAKER MABRY, JR. Torboro A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Sigma Nu; Daily Tor Heel (1); German Club Executive (4); 13 Club (2, 3, 4); Swimming (I). BASSETT, JOSEPH YARNALL, JR. B.S. IN MEDICINE. Pi Koppo Phi. BATCHELOR, WILLIAM RUSSELL B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE BATEMAN, HERBERT MAURICE B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. BEAL, ARLIE BURNACE 8 5. IN COMMERCE. Delto Sigmo Pi. Plymouth Siler City BEAM, GILBERT RAY Forest City B.S. IN COMMERCE. Koppo Alpha; Glee Club (2, 3); Monogram Club (2, 3, 4); Swimming (1, 2, 3, 4). BEASON, IVA JEAN A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. BEAVER, PAUL EDWARD B.S. IN COMMERCE. BECK, CHARLES HENRY A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. BEECHER, DAVID LORY B 5. IN COMMERCE. Kings Mountain Lenoir Monchester, Pa. BEGENDORE, ALBERT JOHN, JR. Chorlotte B.S. IN COMMERCE. Band (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (3, 4); Aquinas Club. BELL, LLOYD ANDREW, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Track (1, 4). SfniOfi CLASS Of BELLAMY, RODERIC CORTLAND B.A. IN HISTORY. Supply BENNETT, THOMAS BENTON Norwood A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Monogram Club; Basketball (3, 4); Track (3); Y.M.C.A. (3, 4). BENNETT, AROAS EUGENE, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Winston-Salem BENNETT, FRANK W. Asheville A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Football (2); Lacrosse (4); Track (4). BERGEN, MORTON R. Oxford B.S. IN COMMERCE Tou Epsilon Phi; Intertraternity Council (1, 2). BERRY, JOHN A. B.S. IN COMMERCE. BEYER, ROBERT ROY Brooklyn, N. Y. B 5. IN COMMERCE Alpho Epsilon Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Beta Gamma Sigmo; Carolina Political Union (4); Inter- traternity Council (4). BIGGERSTAFF, RALEIGH RUTHERFORD A B. IN ENGLISH. BILPUCH, EDWARD GEORGE Adah, Pa. B.S. IN PHYSICS. Phi Eto Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Footboll (1, 2, 3, BIPPART, JOHN DAVID South Orange, N. J. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Tou Omega; Monogrom Club (2, 3, 4); Swimming (2, 3, 4). BIRKD, ROBERT MANEESE B.S. IN EDUCATION. BIZZELL, HAROLD CLIFTON A.B. IN HISTORY. BLACK, DONALD GORDON B.S. IN COMMERCE. Winston-Salem Stocksville BLACK, JAMES NORMAN, JR. Greensboro A.B. IN ENGLISH. Beta Theto Pi, Secretory (3), President (4); Inter- traternity Council (2, 3, 4); Stieiks; Student Legislature (2); Greens- boro-Corolina Club. BLACK, KENNETH CARLYLE Columbia, S. C. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Pi Koppo Alpho; Phi Beta Kappa; Beta Gomn Sigma; Band (1, 2, 3); Interdormitory Council (3); Dormitory Advis 13). BLACK, NANCEE WOODRUFF Ft. Meade, Md. B.A. IN EUROPEAN HISTORY. Doily Tor Heel (3); Glee Club (3); Tarnation (3); Tennis (3, 4); Yockety Yock (3, 4), Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). BLACKWELDER, EUGENE DWIGHT B A. IN ENGLISH. Phi Beto Koppo. BLACKWELL, DOCTOR FREDERICK, JR. B.A. IN ECONOMICS. infTHn fifTv Bellamy Bennett, F. W. Beyer Bippart Block, D. G. Black, N. W. Bennett, T. B. Bergen Biggerstoft Birkd Block, J. N., Jr. Blockwelder Bennett, A. E., Jr. Berry Bilpuch Page 55 BLAIR, THOMAS EDWARD B.S. IN COMMERCE, Sigma Phi Epsilon. BLALOCK, V. WAYNE, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE, Lexington BOND, LYN, JR. Tarboro A.B, IN POLITICAL SCIENCE, Sigmu Nu; Interfrotornify Council (2, 3); 13 Club (2, 3, 4); Wrestling (2, 3, 4); Intramural Managers Asso. (3, 4); Outstanding Int, Manager (3). BONEY, THOMAS EVANS BLAYLOCK, JACK WANDA A,B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION, Phi Koppo Sign Oak Ridge BLISS, MILTON CLAY Thomosville A.B, IN MUSIC, Phi Mu Alpha; Glee Club (2, 3, 4), Secretary (4), Baptist Student Union (2, 3, 4), Social Chairman, BLODGETT, EDWARD E. B,S IN JOURNALISM, BLOUNT, JAMES DAVIS, JR. B,S, IN COMMERCE. Sigma Chi. Ithaca, N. Y. BLUM, GERALD Jackson Heights, N. Y. B.S. IN COMMERCE, Phi Beta Kappa; Beta Gamma Sigmo; Phi Eto Sigma; Alpho Epsilon Pi; Corolina Political Union (3, 4); Interfrater- nity Council (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). BOON, CORNELIUS ANTHONY Mocksville B.S. IN COMMERCE BOONE, SAMUEL VERNON, JR. Albemarle A B. IN ART, Y.M C A (2, 4); Young Democrats Club. BOOTH, CLIFFORD A. East Orange, N. J. B S. IN COMMERCE Delta Sigmo Pi; Aquinas Club. BOOZE, GEORGE ALLEN Capon Bridge, W. Va. A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Young Democrats Club (3, 4). BORUM, JOHN ROBERT B S IN COMMERCE Phi Assembly (2). High Point BLUM, JAMES WILLIAM B.S. IN COMMERCE. Winston-Solen BOSEMAN, FRANK CUTHRELL B S IN COMMERCE Delta Sigmo Pi; R O.T.C. Rocky Mount BOLANDER, EDWIN HENRY A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Annapolis, Md. BOWDEN, MAURICE WRIGHT Goldsboro B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Sigmo Phi Epsilon; Intramurals. SfniOfi CLASS Of Page 56 ten Bowman dy Branson kley Brock Boylan Brantley Brockmon Boyles Biodiey Bratton Brewer Brooks, J. W., Jr. Brooks, M. M., Jr. Brodshaw Brigman Brooks, R. L. BOWEN, JOSEPH FRANCIS, JR. Greenville BRATTON, LEWIS PALMER Raleigh B,S, IN COMMERCE Lombda Ch Alpha Young Democrats Club (4). A B. IN CHEMISTRY BOWMAN, HUGH EDGAR, II Aberdeen BREWER, JOHN MICKLE, JR. Kershow, S. C. A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION Tennis (3, 4). A.B. IN CHEMISTRY BOYLAN, GEORGE S. B,S. IN COMMERCE. Wilmington BRIGMAN, PAUL HAMER A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. High Point BOYLES, WAYNE RONALD JR. Mount Airy BRINKLEY, HARVEY MEARES, JR. Durham A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Phi Kappo Sign BRADLEY, MARY MARGERY Vilas B.A. IN ZOOLOGY. Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); C.I.C.A. (3, 4); Wesley Founda- tion (3, 4). BROCK, WILLIAM FRANKLIN B.S. IN COMMERCE. Theta Chi. BRADSHAW, THOMAS SAMUEL BROCKMAN, JAMES ALBERT Kingsport, tenn. B.S, IN COMMERCE. Alpha Phi Omega; Wes ' ey Foundation (I, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (3), President (4). BRADY, JOHN PATRICK A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Tarnation (3, 4) BROOKS, JOHN WESLEY, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Raleigh BRANSON, MERTON HEYWOOD B.S. IN COMMERCE. BROOKS, MclVER M., JR. A.B. IN HISTORY. Wilmington BRANTLEY, JACK RUDISILL Greensboro A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President (4); Gimghoul ' Interfraternity Council (2, 3, 4); 13 Club (3, 4), Golf (2, 3, 4). BROOKS, ROBERT LEE Chapel Hill A B. IN JOURNALISM. Phi Assembly (I, 3, 4), Clerk (4); Tarnation (3); Yockety Yock (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 3). ninETffn finv Page 57 BROWN, BILLY CARLTON B 5. IN COMMERCE. Kappa Alpho. High Point BROWN, JOSEPH ALEXANDER B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Band i3). Hendersonville BROWN, J. COLVIN, JR. A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Waynesville BROWN, MUSETTE KITCHIN A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Chi Omega; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Scotland Neck W.A.A. Council (4). BROWN, ROBERT PLEASANT B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Beta Kappa; dormitory Council (4) Beta Gc Charlotte imma Sigmo; Infer- BROWN, SANFORD MILLER 8 5 IN COMMiERCE. Roanoke Rapids BROYHILL, JAMES THOMAS Lenoir B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Delto Theto; Glee Club (3, 4); Inter- dormitory Council (1); Young Republicans Club (4); Western North Carolina Club (4). BRUMLEY, ROBERT CLAYTON B.S. IN COMMERCE. BRUNER, CAROLINE GREER Petersburg, Va. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Daily Tar Heel (3, 4), Society Editor (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), Cabinet (4); Carolina Independent Coed Association (3, 4), President (4); Orientation Committee, Treasurer (4); Student Advisor (4); Canterbury Club (3, 4). BRYAN, THOMAS ROTH B.S. IN PHYSICS. Physics Club (3). BRYANT, CLELL TAFT Franklin B.S. IN COMMERCE. Pi Koppa Phi; Tarnatian (2); Interdormitory Council (t); University Club; Yackety Yack (2); Western N. C. Club (2, 3). BRYANT, EUGENE FLOYD B S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Theta Kappo. BRYANT, SHASTA MONROE Mt. Airy A.B. IN ENGLISH. Phi Delta Kappo; Daily Tor Heel (3, 4), Circula- tion Manager (4), Tarnation, Circulation Manager (4). BRYSON, WILLIAM WOODROW BUCKNER, EDWARD REAP BUIE, HOWARD MAURICE B S. IN COMMERCE. BULLOCK, CLAYTON DELAMAR B S. IN COMMERCE. BULLOCK, FRED JEFFERSON B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Sigma Phi. Chapel Hill Foyetteville Rocky Mount SfniOfi CLASS Of BUMGARDNER, DAVID CALVIN B.S. IN NATURAL SCIENCE. BUNN, DWIGHT ELMO B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi BURGESS, ANDREW JUDSON B.S. IN COMMERCE. BURKE, JACQUELINE MATTHEW Pink Hill A.B. IN RADIO. Daily Tar Heel (3, 4); Student Legislature (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), Cabinet (4); Religious Emphasis Week (4); Canter- bury Club (3, 4). BURKS, PETER TALMADGE Chorlotte A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Delta Koppo Epsilon; Phi Assembly (3); Stu- dent Legislature (1); Football (1); Young Democrots Club (I); Y.M.C.A. (3); Orientation Counsellor; Student Welfore Board; Inter- collegiate Council Religion in Life (3); Council of Presidents of Religious Orgonizations (2). BURNETT, GILBERT HENRY A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Student Legislature (1). Burgaw BURNEY, GRADY JACKSON, JR. Charlotte A.B. IN RADIO. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Yackety Yoek (1); Y.M.C.A. (1); Grahom Memorial (2). BURROUGHS, CLARA JANE Jacksonville, Flo. A.B IN SOCIOLOGY. Delta Delta Delta; Glee Club (3, 4); Inter- dormitory Council (4); Playmokers (3); Yackety Yack (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Graham Memorial Board of Directors; President of Mclver; Coed Senate; Student Advisor. BURSLEY, HAROLD BARROWS, JR. BUSBY, CHRISTOPHER NUTTER Londis B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Mu Alpha; Bond (1, 2, 3, 4); Sound and Fury (2). BUTLER, BILLY BLAINE B.S. IN ACCOUNTING. Morganton BUTT, LEONARD ARCHIBALD Washington, D. C. A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Grail; Class Executive Committee (3); Dance Committee (3, 4); Interfroternitv Council (2); Student Legisla- ture (3); 13 Club; University Dance Committee (3, 4); Sigma Chi, President (3). BYERLY, WALTER EUGENE B.S. IN COMMERCE. BYRD, RICHARD HARDING A.B. IN JOURNALISM. BYRUM, ROBERT OREN B.S. IN COMMERCE. CADIEU, BRUCE BRUNSON B.S. IN COMMERCE. CAIN, PHILLIP AUGUSTUS A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Kappo Alpho CALLAHAN, ROBERT PLEASANTS Asheville B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Sigma Pi; Graham Memorial Boord of Directors (2, 3, 4). iintTHn fifTV p p Bumgardner Burke Burney Busby Byerly Cadieu Page 59 Cameron Carleton Cash CAMERON, DAVID DANIEL SHIELDS, JR. Southern Pines AB. IN HISTORY. Pi Kappa Phi; Alpha Phi Omega; Debate Squad (1); Interfraternity Council (3); Cross Country (3); Young Democrats Club (2, 4); Y M.C.A. i 1 , 2, 3). CAMPBELL, DANIEL GRAHAM, JR. B.S, IN COMMERCt Aberdeen CARPENTER, JO ANN AB. IN CHEMISTRY. Theto Psi Epsilon. Salisbury CARPENTER, KENNETH WILSON Englewood, N. J. B.S. IN COMMERCE. University Club (2); Fencing (2); Tennis Team, Manager ( 1 ). CANNON, ALLAN ROUNTREE B.S. IN COMMERCE Burlington CANNON, HAROLD LEE Chapel Hill A.B. IN JOURNALISM Pi Kappa Alpha; Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Mono- gram Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Sound and Fury (1, 2); Swimming (1, 2); Y. M.C.A. (1). CARROLL, JEAN MARIE Washington, D. C. B.S IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. Modern Dance Group (3). CASH, ROBERT ALEXANDER S S. IN COMMERCE. Beta Theto Pi. Winston-Solen CARAHER, GENE FRANCES Clearwater, Fla. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Omega, Vice-President (4); Rally Committee, Card Stunts (3, 4); Aquinas Club (3, 4), Secretary (4); Splash Club (3). CAREY, BOONE, JR. B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Chi Sigma. CASHION, LINDSAY NORTH, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpho Kappo Psi. CASSELL, LEWIS DEAN Winston-Salem Union, N. J. A B. IN ECONOMICS. Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigmo; Interdormitory Council (4), Monoaram Club (2, 3, 4), Secretary-Treasurer (4); Base- ball (I, 2, 3, 4). CARLETON, CAROLYN Orlando, Flo A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Omego; Glee Club (4); Y.W.C.A. (4). CARNES, WALTER ALVIN, JR. Greensbora B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Delta Thcta; Student Legis ' ature (3), 13 Club (2, 3, 4); University Club (3, 4); Swimming |1, 2, 3, 4); Y. M.C.A.; A.R.O.T.C. (3, 4). CARPENTER, EUGENE STEWART B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Sigma Phi. CAUDLE, RICHARD HOYLE B S. IN COMMERCE. CECIL, ROWLIN MELVIN B.S. IN COMMERCE. CHAFFIN, ROBERT JOHNSON A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Winston-Salem High Point Lillington sfniofl cwss Of Page 60 V»: SfcV ) ilfe Chandler, A. Chandler, P. Cheek Chesnutt Chesson Childers Clark, G. L. Clark, J. W., Jr. Clark, R. f., Jr. Checsborough Checkner Childress Clapp Clauson Clawson Cherry Clark, E. L. Clay CHANDLER, ANNE Macon, Ga. CHILDRESS, WILLIAM NEWTON Raleigh A.B. IN EDUCATION, Pi Beta Phi; Class Honor Council (3, 4); Volkynes; Y.W.CA. (3, 4), President (4). A B. IN SOCIOLOGY Alpha Kappa Delta. CHANDLER, PAT Albany, Ga. CLAPP, CHARLES GRAHAM A,B, IN RADIO, Asheville A.B IN RADIO. Alpha Gamma Delto; Class Honor Council (4); Glee Club (3), Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), Cabinet (4); Radio Club; Social Chairman of Dorm, CLARK, EDWIN LAFAYETTE Greenville CHEEK, EDWIN RIVES Chapel Hill A,B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION Sigma Nu. A,B. IN ENGLISH, Phi Beta Kappo; Phi Efa Sigmo; Y,M,C,A. (3, 4). CLARK, GEORGE L. Clarkton CHEESBOROUGH, WALTON MIDDLETON Ashevllle B.S. IN COMMERCE Sigma Chi. B.S. IN COMMERCE, Sigma Phi Epsilon; Interfraternity Council (3). CLARK, JOHN WALTER, JR. Corrboro CHECKNER, JOYCE ELAINE Wilmington B.S. IN BACTERIOLOGY. B,A, IN SOCIOLOGY Hillel; Sound ond Fury; House Council. CLARK, REBER F., JR. Greensboro CHERRY, JAMES ROBERT Charlotte B.S. IN COMMERCE. A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. University Wilmington-Corolma Club (2). Vetera ns Association; CHESNUTT, CHARLES NICK Turkey A.B. IN CHEMISTRY CLAUSON, CURTIS S. A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Lombda Chi Blade. Chapel Hill Alpho; Scabbard and CHESSON, NORMAN WORTH Roper B.S, IN COMMERCE, Pi Kappa Alpha. CLAWSON, JOSEPH HAMBY B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Kappa Sigma. Lenoir CHILDERS, WILLIAM DONALD Lenoir CLAY, RUSSELL TRAVIS Roxboro B.S, IN COMMERCE, Delta Sigma Pi. A.B. IN JOURNALISM. iinfTftn finv H(i i i. I Claybrook Clayton, J. B. Clayton, T. H Clork, G. T., Jr. Clinord Cline Clodfelter Close Cloyd Cohen, H. J. Cohen, L. M. Cohen, S. Collins, D. L., Jr. Collins, D. N. Collins, F., Jr Collins, R. A. Colvard Comon CLAYBROOK, WILLIAM JASPER CLAYTON, JAMES B. B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. CLAYTON, THOMAS HILL CLARK, GEORGE THOMAS, JR. B.5. IN COMMERCE. Lexington Wilmington Winston-Salem CLINARD, JACK ALSPAUGH A.B. IN MUSIC, Phi Mu Alpha; Glee Club (I, 2, 3, 4); Playmakers (1,2, 3); Sound and Fury (I, 2). CLINE, DALLAS D. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Salisbury CLODFELTER, BILLY GRAY Winston-Salem B S. IN COMMERCE, Detto Sigma Pi, Treasurer (4). CLOSE, LELAND GRANT Bryson City A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Pi Koppa Phi, President (4), Interfraternity Council. CLOYD, ROBERT LEE B 5 IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Ps COHEN, HARVEY JAY COHEN, LAWRENCE MARTIN A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Zeto Beta Tau; Daily Tor Heel (l); Hillel (I, 2, 3, 4); Interfraternity Council (1, 2, 3); University Club (1, 2). COHEN, STANLEY Chapel Hill B.S. IN COMMERCE. Tou Epsilon Phi; Daily Tar Heel (1); Inter- fraternity Council (2); Swimming (1), COLLINS, DAVID LEONARD, JR. COLLINS, DAVID NORMAN COLLINS, FAYROY, JR. B.S, IN COMMERCE. COLLINS, REX ATRIS B.S. IN COMMERCE. Raleigh COLVARD, DREW WILLIAM Topoco B.S. IN COMMERCE. Theta Chi; Alpha Eto Chapter; Interdormitory Council (I, 2), University Club (3); Y.M.C.A. (I); Western N. C. Club (3, 4] COMAN, LOVE A., JR. Canton B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delto Sigma Pi; Interdormitory Council (1, 3). SfOIOfi CLASS Of CONLEY, MAI BELL Chattanooga, Tenn. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Omego; Chi Delta Phi; Glee Club (3); Corolina Quarterly (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Orientation Committee (3, 4). CONNOR, DONALD R., JR. A.B. IN RADIO. CONSTABLE, JOHN, JR. Winston-Salem A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Interdormitory Counci! (4), Men ' s Judiciary Committee; Playmokers (2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2); Dormitory Presi- dent, Pettigrew (4). COOPER, JOHN THOMAS Vicksburg, Miss. A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Kappa Alpha; Band (I, 2, 3). COOPER, WILBERT EARL B.S. IN COMMERCE. Staley COPENHAVER, MARY AMELIA Bristol, Tenn. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Delta De ' to; Student Legis ' ature (3 4)- Yackety Yack (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), House Privileges Board 13, 4); Coed Senate, Speaker, Pro-Tempore 14); Chairman Coed E ' ections (4); Elections Board, Legislature (4). CORNISH, ANDREW, JR. Washington, D. C. B.A. IN MATHEMATICS. Delta Psi; Interfraternity Council (2, 3, 4); Student Legisloture, Finance Committee Chairman (3); Student Audit Boord, Chairman; Budget Committee; I.F.C. Court, Chairman; House Privileges Boord (2, 3, 4), Chairman (4); Y.M.C.A. (I, 2, 3, 4). COTSIS, THAND A. B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Delta Kappo Chapel Hill COUCH, LESTER CLAY, JR. Elkin B.S. IN COMMERCE Monogrom Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Baseball (I, 2, 3, COURTS, BEN CARTER A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. COVINGTON, JAMES THOMAS B.S. IN COMMERCE Phi Koppa Sigma COVINGTON, RICHARD SHEFFIELD B.S. IN COMMERCE Kappo Alpha. COVINGTON, TREADWELL DOWNING Chapel Hill A.B. IN ENGLISH. Phi Delta Theta; Sound ond Fury (1, 2, 3, 4). COWBURN, WILLIAM ALEXANDER COWELL, CHARLES FOWLER, JR. Washington B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Secretary (3); Phi As- sembly (1, 2, 3, 4), Treasurer (2); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Radio De- partment Staft (2). COWLES, ROBERT S. D. Fort Monroe, Vo. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Trock (3, 4). COX, GEORGE HERBERT, JR. B.S IN COMMERCE Washington CRABTREE, JOHN HENRY, JR. Raleigh A.B. IN ENGLISH. Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Y M.C.A. (3). infTEfn fifTv ifti y Conley Connor Constable Cooper, J. T. Cooper, W. E. Copenhaver Cornish Cotsis Couch Courts Covington, J. T. Covington, R. S. Covington, T. D. Cowburn Cowell Cowles Cox Crobtree Page 63 Cramer Crover Crowford, B. N. Crockett Croom Crovser Cummings, G. H. Currence Currin Crawford, J. W. Creech Croye Crump Curry Curtis, J. W., Crisp Cummings, E. K. Jr. Curtis, N. CRAMER, STUART WARREN, III Chorlotte CROYE, BILLY KYLE Bluefield, W. Va. A.B IN POLITICAL SCIENCE Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Minataurs (1, 2, 3, 4), B S IN COMMERCE CRAVER, SAM WYNDHAM, JR. Charlotte CRUMP, WILLIAM ARCHIBALD Durham B.S. IN COMMERCE. Pi Koppo Alpha; 13 Club (2, 3, 4), President (4); German Club Executive (4). A.B, IN CHEMISTRY Phi Gommo Delto. CRAWFORD, BARBARA NELL Raleigh A B IN CHEMISTRY, Alpha Gamma Delta; Social Chairman (4); Theto Psi Epsilon, Treasurer (4); Sound and Fury (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Coed Senate (4). CUMMINGS, EDWIN KEITH A.B. IN CHEMISTRY Rocky Mount CUMMINGS, GEORGE HAROLD Asheville CRAWFORD, JACK WARNER Chapel Hill A.B. IN JOURNALISM Western N C Club (1, 2, 3). B S, IN COMMERCE. Y MCA. (3, 4). CREECH, JAMES WILTON East Flat Rock OS. IN COMMERCE, Y.M.C A. (3, 4); Young Democrots Club (4). CURRENCE, DAVID MILTON B.S. IN COMMERCE. Y.M.C. A. (3); Western N Asheville . C. Club (4). CRISP, ROBEY BOWMAN, JR. Lenoir CURRIN, ERNEST LUCIUS, JR. Olivia B.S. IN COMMERCE. Beta Theto Pi; Interfroternity Council (2), Sheiks (2, 3, 4); Western N. C. Club (2); University Party Repre- sentative (2). A.B. IN ECONOMICS CROCKETT, MARGARET JUNE Bluetield, Va. CURRY, WALLACE CAMERON A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Sheffield, Ala. A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Delta Delta Delta; Doily Tor Heel (4); Interdormitory Council (4); Tarnation (3); Yackety Yock (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). CROOM, JAMES ALTON Wilmington BS IN COMMERCE. Theto Chi; Alpha Kappa Psi. CROVSER, JEAN Waynesville A B IN ENGLISH. Alpha Delta Pi; Wesley Foundation (3, 4); Caro- lina Quarterly (4); Spanish Club (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Western N. C. Club (3, 4). CURTIS, JAMES WASHINGTON, JR. Youngstown, N. Y. A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Beta Theto Pi; 13 Club (3). CURTIS, NANCY Roanoke, Vo. A.B. IN RADIO. Alpha Gamma Delta; Chi Delta Phi; Glee Club (3); Playmakers (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), Cabinet (4); Rodio Club (4), Secretary (4); Student Advisor (4); Pert ' n Pertinent (3, 4), Editor (3, 4). sfniofi ciflss Of 5 ' f- " ' I " " " f ?- Dagenhart Dallas Dameron Doughtridge Daughtry Davis, D. G., Jr. Davidson Daye, A. R., Jr. Daye, R. L. Daniel Daniels Dardcn Davis, J. L. Davis, R. R. Dovis, T. M. 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Pi Kappa Alpha. A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Delta Delta Delta; Sound and Fury (3); Uni- versity Club (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). DEANS, GEORGE FREDRICK St. Pauls DAUGHTRIDGE, VERNON FLETCHER Rocky Mount B A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Dclto Kappa Epsilon; German Club; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). B.S. IN COMMERCE. DAUGHTRY, PATRICIA HARDWICK Wrightsville Beoch DELLINGER, WILBUR L. Lowell E.S. IN COMMERCE. A B. IN SOCIOLOGY. DAVIS, DWIGHT G., JR. Jackson Heights, N. Y. A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. DeLOACH, JOHN KERSHAW, JR. Camden, S. C. B.A IN CHEMISTRY. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Daily Tar Heel (4); Bosketball (1). inETHn fifTV Denbo Dennis Dew Dick Dietzel Dilger Dismuke Dixon, C. B ixon, J. 0. Doggett Donnon Doran DENBO, IMOGENE DENNIS, RUTH MARIE B.A. IN JOURNALISM. Doily Tor Heel (4); Glee Club (3, 4), Yackety Yock (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); B.S.U.; C.I.C.A. DERBY, VANCE A. Chorlotte A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Young Democrots Club (3, 4). DEW, NORMA JEAN St. Petersburg, Fla. B.A. IN ENGLISH. Pi Beta Phi; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 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Lourinburg Sparta Wrightsville Beach DUNN, WILLIAM BENSON B.S. IN COMMERCE. Young Democrats Club (4). DUNNAGAN, CECIL GRANT Raleigh m A.B. IN JOURNALISM. J% DUNNAGAN, VERNON HARRISON Winston-Salem WL B.S. IN COMMERCE. ■km DURANT, GEORGE Savannah, Ga. ji B.A. IN RADIO. O DURHAM, FLOYD MATTHEWS, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Beta Gamma Sigma. Carrboro H DURHAM, NORMAN WILLIAM Riverton, N. J. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Football (1); Lacrosse (3, 4); Track (1,2). j Hbjy . DYER, WILLIAM PIERSON, III Charlotte B B.S. IN COMMERCE. Sigma Chi. EARLY, ROLAND PRATT, JR. Raleigh B.S. IN COMMERCE. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Vice-President (3); Presi- dent (4). EASON, EMIL EARL A.B. IN HISTORY, incTftn finv (f p. O Dowell Downs Dozier Drake Duke Dunbor Duncan Dunlap Dunleo Dunn Dunnagon, C. G. Dunnagan, V. H. Duranf Durham, F. M., Jr. Durhom, N. W. Dyer Early Eoson, E. E. i w l Eason J. D. Eche.M Edwards, R. D. Eberly Echols Edwards, R. W. Eldridge Ellington, W. E., Ill Elliott, O. E., Jr. Ebersole Edwards, J. W. Egerton EASON, JOHN DANIEL Weldon B.5. IN COMMERCE. Theta Chi, Secretary-Treasurer (4); Student Council (4), Young Democrats Club (4); Y.M.C.A. (3, 4), Cabinet (4); University Veteran ' s Association (3, 4), Treosurer; Student Party (4). EBERLY, HUGH WESCOTT A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Sigma Phi Epsilo EBERSOLE, PETE MEADOR B S. IN COMMERCE. Koppa Alpha ECHERD, JAMES WILLIAM Asheville B S, IN COMMERCE. Western N. C. Club (2, 3, 4). ECHOLS, FRANK LAWSON Asheville A.B. IN DRAMATIC ART. Glee Club (I, 2, 3, 4); Playmakers (1, 2, 3. 4); Sound and Fury (3); Y.M.C.A. (H; University Donee Group (3, 4), Vice-President (4); Laboratory Theater (1, 2). EDWARDS, JOHN WESLEY B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Delta Theta. EDWARDS, ROBERT DOUGHTON EDWARDS, ROBERT WILLIAM B.S. IN COMMERCE EGERTON, ROBERT BRADLEY Raleigh B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Deito Theto; German Club Executive (3); Gorgon ' s Head; Sheiks; Football (I, 21; Tennis (1, 2); Y.M.C.A.; Wesley Foundation. EHLE, ROBERT STARNES B.S. IN COMMERCE. ELDRIDGE, JOSIAH BAKER Chapel Hill B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Sigma Phi; Monogram Club (3, 4); Baseball (I, 2, 3, 4); Wrestling (1). ELF, ROBERT DUANE B.S. IN COMMERCE. ELLINGTON, JETER P., JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Jamestown, N. Y. ELLINGTON, WILLIAM EDWARD, III Washington B.S. IN COMMERCE, Phi Gamma Delta; Glee Club (I). ELLIOTT, CHARLES LAT B.S. IN COMMERCE. ELLIOTT, JOHN B.S. IN COMMERCE. ELLIOTT, OSCAR EMMETT, JR. A.B, IN JOURNALISM. ELLIOTT, PAUL EDWARD, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Beta Kappa Pisgah Forest Pisgah Forest Bluefield, Va. Winston-Salem SfniOfl CLASS Of Page 68 ELLIOTT, WILLIAM RICHARD A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Koppa Alpha ELWOOD, JAMES LAUCHLIN B.A. IN HISTORY. Delto Koppo Eps Forest City Waynesville EMORY, ELIZABETH DORTCH Chapel Hill A.B. IN EDUCATION. Delto Delto Delta; Yack-;ty Yack (3); Y.W.C.A. (4); Town Girls Association (2, 3, 4), Secretary |4), Conterbury Club (2, 3, 4). ENGLISH, PETER G. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Sigma Pi. EPPES, HELEN PEOPLES Henderson B.S. IN COMMERCE. Chi Omega; Valkyries (4), Yockety Yock (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); House Privileges Board (4); Women ' s Council, Chairman (4); Greater University Student Council, Secretary (4); Women ' s Cabinet (4); Women ' s Orientation Committee (4). ENSSLIN, ROBERT FRANK, JR. Washington, D. C. AS IN ART. Kappa Sigma; Tornation (3, 4), Yockety Yack (2, 3) EPPS, JESSE MILLER B.S. IN PHYSICS. ERVIN, HUGH HARRIS B 5 IN COMMERCE. ESLEEK, SINGLETON EUGENE, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. ESKRIDGE, HARRISON QUINN B.S. IN COMMERCE. Raleigh Rutherfordton Raleigh EURE, ARMECIA LEE A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Chi Omega, President (4); Secretary of Class (4); Interdormitory Council (4); Yockety Yack (4), Editor Organi- zations (4); Young Democrats Club (4), Executive Committee (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Pcnhellenic Council (4), Chairman President ' s Committee (4), Chairman Panhellenic Fashion Show (4); U. N. C. Revelon Representative (3). EUTSLER, ISABEL CAROLINA Kingsport, Tenn. A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Theto Psi Epsiion (3, 4), President (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); W.A.A (4); Splash Club (3, 4). EVANS, DAVID WILKINSON A.B IN ENGLISH. Beto Theta Pi. EVANS, ROBERT GEORGE B.S. IN PHYSICS. Chi Psi; Phi Eta Sign EVERSMAN, ROBERT ALLSTON A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. EZELL, CHARLES LACY, III B.S. IN COMMERCE, Pi Koppa Phi, Tri Club (2, 3). FAITHFUL, EARL THOMPSON B.S. IN COMMERCE. FAKOURY, JACK THOMAS A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Cresskill, N. J. Durham (4); Durham-Carolina Scotland Neck Myrtle Beach, S. C. inoffn finv M Elliott, W. R. English Epps Eskridge Eyons, D. W. Ezell Elwood Eppes Ervin Eure Evons, R. G. Faithful Emory Ensslin Esleek Eutsler FANSEEN, JAMES FOSTER B.S. IN COMMERCE, Phi Delta Thefa. FARMER, JACK NOHRDEN A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Gamma Oelto FARRIOR, HENRY DAVIES B.S. IN COMMERCE FARRIOR, WILLIAM HENRY, JR. A.B. IN RADIO. Baltimore, Md. Lexington FAULCONER, ANN PARKER Washington, D. C. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Alpha Delta PI; Interdormitory Council (4) Y.W.C.A. 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Delta Delta Delta; Junior Class Secretary; Yackety Yack (3); Graham Memorial Board (4); Senior Class Social Chairman (4); Coed Senate (4). FERGUSON, MURRY WISTER, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi. FITZGERALD, EARL Pelham B.S. IN COMMERCE. Chi Phi; Debate Council (3, 4), President (2). StniOfl CLASS Of Page 70 FITZGIBBONS, JOSEPH GARRETT, JR. Hapeville, Ga. FOSTER, DWIGHT ODELL A,B, IN JOURNALISM. Statesville FLAHERTY, EDWARD EVERETT Hamlet A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Assembly (1); Young Democrats (1). FOUNTAIN, BENJAMIN EAGLES, JR. Rocky Mount A.B. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE. FLANAGAN, WILLIAM WALLACE B.S. IN COMMERCE. FLEENOR, NELLE LEJEUNE Clover, S. C. Charlotte FOUNTAIN, RICHARD TILLMAN, JR. Rocky Mount B S. IN COMMERCE. Delto Kappa Epsilon. FOWLER, ROBERT HOWARD Charlotte A B IN ENGLIS H. Carolina Quarterly; Daily Tar Heel (3). FLEISHMAN, MALCOLM FLEMING, EDWARD STITT A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Pi Kappo Alpha. FLYNN, JOHN FRANK A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Fayetteville Washington, D. C. Charlotte FOLEY, CHARLES TAYLOR B S. IN COMMERCE. Sigir.a Phi Epsilon; Carolina Magazine (1, 2); Glee Club (1, 2); Student Legislature (3, 4); University Club (3, 4), Vice-President (4); Young Democrats Club (4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); University Party; Charlotte-Carolina Club. FOX, GEORGIA WALLACE Maplewood, N. J. A.B. IN PHILOSOPHY. Carolina Political Union (4); Di Senate (3, 4); International Relations Club (3); Student Council (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). FOX, LAURENCE D. Brooklyn, N. Y. A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Tau Epsilon Phi; Doily Tor Heel {I, 2, 3, 4); Yackety Yack (3, 4), Sports Editor (3, 4). FOY, DAVID DEWITT B.S. IN COMMERCE. Pi Kappa Alpha FRALEY, CLAUDE M. A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Keyser, W. Va. FORTESCUE, HUGH PERRY Washington B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Sigma Pi; Young Democrots Club (4); Y.M.C.A. (4). FRANCIS, ROBERT BEVERLEY NASH Washington, D. C. B.S. IN COMMERCE Delta Koppo Epsilon. infTHn finv Frankel Froc.-ks Freeze Frizzoll Fulghum Furchcs Furgurson Furr Fussell, C. W Fussell, T. J. Futch, L. K. Futch, W. A. Golinkin Gollagher Gallant Golton Gant Garrard FRANKEL, PERRY JOSEPH Atlantic City, N. J. B.S. IN COMMERCE Pi Lcmjda Phi; Band (1,2, 3) FREERKS, EDLYN WAYNE Kalmio A B. IN ECONOMICS Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigmo; Delta Phi Alpha; Carolina Political Union (I, 2, 3, 4), Treasurer (2), Vice- Chairman (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Student Party (2, 3); Baptist Student Union, President (3, 4). FREEZE, JAMES THURMAN B.S. IN COMMERCE. FRIZZELL, PATTY ANN Bristol, Tenn. A.B. IN ART. Delta Delta Delta, Rush Chairman (4); Yockety Yock (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Secretory Social Service (4); Womon ' s Honor Council (4). FULGHUM, CHARLES BENJAMIN, JR. Selma B.S. IN MEDICINE Alpha Phi Omega (4); Alpha Epsilon Delta (4); Johnston County Club |2, 3, 4); Freshman Orientation Counsellor (4). FURCHES, GEORGE WEST B.S. IN COMMERCE. Winston-Solem FURGURSON, GILBERT HARRIS High Point A B IN JOURNALISM Pi Koppa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Carolina Magazine (1); Intertratermty Council (3, 4); Sound and Fury (2); Tornation (2, 3, 4). FURR, JAMES FRANKLIN A B. IN CHEMISTRY. FUSSELL, CLYDE WALTON Teachery B S IN COMMERCE Pi Beta Kappa; De ta Sigma Phi. FUSSELL, THEODORE JAMES Winston-Solem B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Psi; Interfraternity Council (3, 4), Execu- tive Committee (4); Interdormitory Council (I); Student Legislature (2); Yackefy Yack (2, 3), Business Manager (3), Budget Committee (4); Freshman Orientation Counsellor (2, 3), N.R.O.T.C. Battalion Adjutant (3), Bottolion Executive Officer (4), Campus Community Chest Treasurer (4). FUTCH, LOUIS KENDRICK B S. IN COMMERCE FUTCH, WILLIAM ALEXANDER B.S. IN MEDICINE. Hempstead GALINKIN, NORMAN ROBERT Toms River, N. J. A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Tau Epsilon Phi; Baseball (I, 2); Footboll (I, 2); Track (I); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). GALLAGHER, WILLIAM A. A.B, IN JOURNALISM GALLANT, ROBERT MILLER AS IN ENGLISH Beta Theto Pi; Minotou GALTON, FREDERICK A., JR. A.B. IN ART. Glee Club (I). Anderson, S. C. Raleigh GANT, CECIL, JR. Burlington A.B. IN ECONOMICS Sigma Alpha Epsilon; University Steering Com- mittee (3). GARRARD, FLETCHER DAVID, JR. B S. IN COMMERCE. SfOIOfl ClflSS Of GARNER, CLYDE HOOVER B.S. IN COMMERCE Koppo Alpho; Soccer (3, 4). GARNER, SIDNEY PRESTON A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Red Springs GARRISON, JAMES BANKS Badin B.A, IN ECONOMICS. Kappa Sigma; Sheiks (2, 3, 4). GARRISON, JOHN THOMPSON B.S. IN COMMERCE. GARVEY, ALFRED HAMILTON Winsfon-Solem A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Eta Sigma; Band (1). GASSAWAY, JULIAN BRISCOE A.B. IN JOURNALISM. GATES, ANITA JUNE Clemson, S. C. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Alpha Delta Pi; Playmakers (3, 4); Sound and Fury (3, 4); Cheerleader (4). GATTIS, SAMUEL MALLETTE B S. IN COMMERCE. Sigma Phi Epsilon. GEORGE, JOHN HENDRIX A.B. IN ENGLISH. Lambda Chi Alpha GEORGE, LUCIUS ROBERT, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. GEORGE, ROBERT BARNETT, JR. GERRINGER, WILSON O. B.S. IN COMMERCE. GENTRY, PHYLLIS ANN GHEEN, HENRY WARREN Winnsboro, S. C. Burgav Woshington, Pa. Richmond, Va. Shelby otion, Vice- GIBSON, CHARLES ROBERT Winston-Salem A.B. IN ENGLISH. Koppa Alpha; Carolina Magazine, Managing Editor (2); Daily Tar Heel (1, 2, 3, 4); Di Senate (2, 3, 4), Clerk (3); Publications Union Board (4); Tarnation (2), Yockety Yock (2), Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (2, 3, 4), Vice-President (4); Freshman Hand- book Editor (2); Orientation Counsellor (4), Corolina Quarterly, Managing Editor (3); Student Entertainment Committee (3, 4), Chairman (4); State Student Legislature (3). GILLESPIE, CURTIS CLAUNCH, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Pi Kappa Phi. GILLESPIE, JOSEPH ELFRED A B. IN CHEMISTRY. GILLIAM, IDA LYNDA A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. mmn finv Columbia, S. C. Garner, C. H. Garner, S. P. Gorrison, J. B. Garrison, J. T. Gorvey Gassowoy Gates Gottis George. J. H. George, L. R., Jr. George, R. B., Jr. Gerringer Gentry Gheen Gibson Gillespie, C. C, Jr. Gillespie, J. E. Gilliam, 1. L. Page 73 l i -« ' LV I V i o o o Gilliom, T. E., Jr Gobbel, S. M. Goldenthol Gipple Gooch, E. L. Goldstein Gliarmis Gobbel, J. T., Jr. Godwin, J. L. Goforth Goodwin, H. M., Jr. Goodwin, R. F., Jr GILLIAM, THOMAS ELBERT, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. GIPPLE, CHARLES FLOYD B 5. IN COMMERCE. Y.M.C.A. {1, 2, 3). GLASGOW, JANE P. A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Burlington GODWIN, JAMES ZACHARIAH B.5. IN COMMERCE. GODWIN, JOSEPH LEVING E 5. IN COMMERCE. GOFORTH, WILLIAM JACKSON B.S. IN COMMERCE. Beta Theto Pi; Sheiks Wilmington Portsmouth, Vo. GLASSER, MORTON JOSEPH Norfolk, Vo. A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Tau Epsilon Phi; Doily Tor Heel (3); Hillel Cabinet (4). GLIARMIS, LEE SOCRATES Wilson A.B. IN EDUCATION. Dance Committee (3, 4); Interdormitory Council (1); University Club (3); University Dance Committee (3, 4); Baseball (1); Basketball (1, 2); Soccer (3, 4); Carolina Clowns (3, 4). GOBBEL, JOHN TEMPLE, JR. A.B, IN CHEMISTRY. Chapel Hill GOBBEL, SARAH McDOWELL Suffolk, Va. A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Delto Delto Delta; Doily Tar Heel (4); Glee Club (3, 4); Sound and Fury (4); Yackety Yaek (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). GOOCH, ERIC L. B.S. IN COMMERCE. GOOCH, JAMES ROGERS B.S. IN COMMERCE. Chapel Hill Chapel Hill GOLDENTHAL, MAURICE New York, N. Y. A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Alpha Epsilon Pi; Phi Beta Kappa; Carolina Political Union (3, 4), Chairman (4); Daily Tor Heel (3); Di Senate (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (3); Carolina Forum (3, 4), Vice-Choirman (4). GOLDSTEIN, HENRY NEIL Hampton, Va. A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Pi Lambda Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Carolina Pohticol Union (2), Treosurer GOODING, ROBERT EARL B.S. IN COMMERCE. A.R.O.T.C. (3, 4). GOODMAN, JAMES WALLACE B S, IN COMMERCE, GOODWIN, HENRY MALPHUS, JR. B 5. IN COMMERCE. Wilmington GOODWIN, ROBERT FLOURNOY, JR. Winston-Salem A.B. IN ENGLISH. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Y.M.C.A. (2, 3). sfniofl ciflss Of Gordon, R. E. Graham, E, H. Gray, P. O. Sordon, S. M. □ ham, E. B., I Gray, R. A. Gossett, F. E. Srohom, Jack R. Green, A. E. Gossett, J. D. Graham, John R Green, J. B., Jr. Grady Grant, W. J. Greenberg GORDON, RICHARD EDMUND Merion Station, Pa. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Psi; Class Executive Committee (4); German Club (4); Golden Fleece (4); Gmil (4); Interfraternity Council (2); Student Legisloture (2); University Club (3); University Dance Committee (4); Yackety Yock f2, 3), Business Manager (3); Secretary and Treasurer Student Body (3); Chairman Student Audit Board (3); Coalition Cabinet (2, 3); N.R.O.T.C. Company Commander (3); Budget Committee (2, 3, 4); Orientation (2, 3, 4); Graduation Marshal (3). GORDON, SAUL MARTIN Statesville B.S. IN COMMERCE. Tou Epsilon Phi; University Club (3). GOSSETT, FRANK EDWIN Charlotte B.S. IN COMMERCE. Lambda Chi Alpha, President {3, 4); Inter- fraternity Council (3, 4); Basketball (1). GRAHAM, JACK RAYMOND A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. GRAHAM, JOHN ROBERT A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. GRANT, JAMES REID A.B. IN HISTORY. GRANT, WILLIS JACKSON Chapel Hill Fayetteville Harmony Windsor A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Eta Sigma; Delta Phi Alpha; Phi Beta Kappa; Y.M.C.A.; Wesley Foundation. GOSSETT, JOHN D. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Lillington GRAY, PORTER O ' HENRY B.S. IN COMMERCE. GRAY, ROBERT A. High Point Charlotte GOWER, JANE WILLIAMS Greenville, S. C. A.B. IN RELIGION. Pi Beta Phi, President (4); Doily Tor Heel (3); Glee Club (3); Y.W.C.A. (3); Orientation Committee (4); Panhellenic Council (4); Women Athletic Association President. GRADY, MINNIE BELLE New Bern A.B. IN HISTORY. Glee Club (3); University Club (4). GRAHAM, ERNEST H. A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Gommo Delta. GRAHAM, EUGENE BERRIEN, III Charlotte B.S. IN COMMERCE. Sigma Chi; German Club (3); University Club (3, 4). GREEN, ANN ELIZABETH New Castle, Pa. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Delta Pi, Vice-President (4); Class Honor Council (3); Doily Tor Heel (3); Student Legislature (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Cheerleader (4). GREEN, JOHN BERGWIN, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delto Sigma Pi. GREEN, ROBERT STIMSON Lewisville B.S. IN COMMERCE. Lambda Chi Alpha; Card Board (3, 4). GREENBERG, HELEN RHODA A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Hillel Foundation. Brooklyn, N. Y. iintTHn fifTV Page 75 GREER, CHARLEEN ISABEL Tulsa, Oklo. A B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Pi Beta Phi; University Club (3, 4), Secretary (4), Y.W.C A (3, 4); House Privileges Board (3, 4); Orientation Com- mittee (4), Women ' s Orientotion Boord; Coed Senate. Greer, C. 1. Griffin, K. A. Greer, R. H. Griffin, R. L. Griffin, H. P., J Grimes, A. L. Grogon Grubbs, R. W. Gurgonus Hackney, C. R. Groseclose Gryder Gurtis Hackney, R. H. Grubbs, N. G. Gunter Guthrie Hadley GREER, ROBERT HARRISON A B IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Morganton GRIFFIN, HUGH PATRICK, JR. R-.dsville B.5. IN COMMERCH. Kappa Sigmo, Treasurer (3); Ptii Assembly (1,2, 3), Speaker-Protem (3), Treasurer (2); Student Legisloture (3); Young Democrats Club (3); University Party Steering Committee (3); Reidsville-Corolino Cluo (2, 3). GRIFFIN, KENNETH ADOLPHUS as IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi. GRIFFIN, RICHARD LAPSLEY OS IN COMMERCE GRIMES, ALLEN LEON B.S. IN COMMERCE. GROGAN, JACK RAYMOND B S IN COMMERCE. Hope Mills GROSECLOSE, JAMES DAVID Greensboro A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Phi Omega; Glee Club (3, 4); Chapel Hill Choral Club (3, 4) GRUBBS, NORRIS GRADY A.B. IN JOURNALISM. GRUBBS, ROBERT WARNER Winston-Salem B.S. IN COMMERCE. Sigma Phi Epsiion; Interfroternity Council (3, 4); Tarnation (3); Y.M.C.A. (2, 3, 4); Intramural Table Tennis Champion (3, 4). GRYDER, WALTER COFFEY B.S. IN COMMERCE GUNTER, ROY S. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Pi Kappa Alpha GURGANUS, CHARLES CLAIBORN B.S. IN JOURNALISM. GURTIS, JOSEPH WALTER, JR. GUTHRIE, JAMES MITCHELL B 5 IN COMMERCE Alpha Kappa Psi. HACKNEY, CARL RICHARDSON OS IN COMMERCE Phi Gammo Delto. HACKNEY, ROBERT HODGES A B IN ECONOMICS. Zeta Psi; Sheiks HADLEY, JAMES ALFRED B S. IN COMMiERCE, Sigma Alpha Epsiion; Sheiks. Adah, Pa. Chapel Hill Mount Airy mm CLASS Of Page 76 HAGWOOD, JAMES OSCAR A,B, IN RELIGION. HAHN, FRED GRADY, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. HALL, CHARLES WILBUR B.S. IN BACTERIOLOGY. HALL, ELLIS F., JR. HALL, RAY EFIRD HALL, THOMAS ROY, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Thefa Chi. Burlington Winston-Solsm Charlotte Burlington HAMILTON, VIRGINIA LEE Monhasset, N. Y. A.B. IN DRAMATICS. Glee Club (3, 4); Playmakers (3, 4); Sound ond Fury (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); House Council (3); Senior Advisor (4); Presbyterian Choir (3, 4); University Symphony (3). HAMPTON, EVERETT " BUD " Konnapolis A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Young Demo- crats Club (4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2); Intramural Office; University Veterans Association. HAMPTON, LEONARD Konnapolis B.S, IN COMMERCE. Phi Beta Kappa; Y.M.C.A. (1); Junior Varsity Footbo!! (I). HANCOCK, JAMES ARTHUR, JR. B.S. IN BACTERIOLOGY. HANNAH, WILLIAM, III A.B. IN RADIO. Danville, Vo. Haywood HAPPER, MARY ANN Kinston A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. International Relations Club (I, 2); Student Council (1); Splash Club; Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4), Co-Captain (I, 2); Swimming (3, 4); Tennis (I, 2); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); C.I.C.A,; Women ' s Athletic Association. HARGROVE, HERMAN, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. HARLESS, CHARLES FREDERICK HARRELL, ALLEN WAYLAN B.S. IN COMMERCE. HARRELL, HUGH M. A.B. IN JOURNALISM. HARRILL, SARA CAROLYN Portsmoufh, Vo. Elizobethton, Tenn. HARRINGTON, ANDREW BROWN Broadway B.S. IN COMMERCE. Young Democrats Club (4), Y.M.C.A. (3, 4). iinfTftn fifTV Hogwood Hahn Hall, C. W, Hall, E. F., Jr. Noll, R. E. Hall,T. R., Jr. Hamilton Hampton, E. Hampton, L. Hancocl Hannah Hopper Hargrove Harless Horrell, A. W. Harrell, H. M. Horriil Harrington Page 77 tft irris, C. N. irris, W. P. Hatch Harris, D. G. Harrison, F. B. Hauser ris, W. P., Jr Harvey Hawkins Harris, W. G, Hasbrouck Hayes, C. F., Jr HARRIS, CARL NELSON Durham B.S. IN COMMERCE, Phi Delta Theta; Interdormitory Council (3). HARRISS, JOHN WEDDELL Wilmington A B. 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Winston-Solem A B. IN COMMERCE. Phi Beta Kappo; Beta Gamma Sigma; Alpha Kappa Psi; Interdormitory Council (3); Y.M.C.A. (2, 3, 4); Carolina Quarterly Staff (3, 4); Winston-Salem-Corolina Club (I, 2, 3, 4). KARNAZES, JOHN DAVID B.S. IN COMMERCE. idfTfcn finv Jones, C. B. Jones, E. I. Jones, H. M. Jones, J. P. Joyce, E. C. Kampschmidt Jones, D. S. Jones, E. L. Jones, H. E. Jones, M. H. Joyce, J. R, Jr. Kapp Jones, D. A. Jones, E. W. Jones, J. H. Josephson Joyner Karnazes Karres Karst Kelley Kelly, R. G Kilpotrick King, A. W. Kothermon Kennedy King, K. H. Kotz Kerdasha Kelly. J. D Kenny Klein Killian King, A. L. King, N. V. Kinlaw KARRES, GUS MATTHEW Charlotte KENNY, MAHLON DAY Howorth, N. J. B.S, IN COMMERCE. Delta Sigmo Pi. B.S. IN COMMERCE, Pi Koppa Alpha. KARST, PAUL FREDERICK, JR. Balboa, Canal Zone KLEIN, INA G. Hollis Hills, Long Islond, N. Y. A,B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Track (3, 4). A.B. IN ENGLISH. Doily Tar Heel i3); Spanish Club (3, 4). KATHERMAN, RALPH DeWITT Norfolk, Va. KILLIAN, ROBERT EDWARD Lincolnton A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. B S. IN COMMERCE KATZ, ALBERT SIDNEY Durham KiLPATRICK, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, JR. Asheville B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpho Epsilon Pi, President (3); Interfraternity Council (4): Hillel (I, 2, 3, 4). KERDASHA, ROBERT GEORGE North Bergen, N. J. A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Sigmo Kappo; Tennis (1,2, 3, 4) B S. IN COMMERCE. Dance Committee (3, 4); Glee Club (3); Grail (4); Interdormitory Council (3, 4); University Dance Committee (3 4) ' Western N. C. Club (2, 3), Dorm Advisor (4), Dorm Presi- dent (3). KING, ALBERT WARREN A.B. IN RADIO. KELLY, JULIAN DRISKELL A B. IN RADIO Wilmington KING, KATHERINE HENNESSEE A B IN MUSIC. Sigma Alpha Iota; Glee Club (3, 4). KELLEY, MELVIN JAMES Laurens, S. C. A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY, Dorm Manager (3, 4). KING, ANN LEWALLEN A.B, IN HISTORY. Chi Omega; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). Winston-Salem KELLY, RICHARD GRAY A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. KING, NEIL VANSTORY B.S. IN COMMERCE. Zeta Psi; Gimghoul. KENNEDY, JOHN DANIEL Raleigh B.S. IN COMMERCE. C. C.U.N. (1, 2); Town Men ' s Association (3, 4). KINLAW, MARION LESLIE, JR. A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Hope Mills sfniofl ciflss Of a a K ( f Kirkmo Knott Korschu Knight C. W. Koontz Lambert KIRKMAN, JOHN EDWARD, III A.B. IN DRAMATIC ART, Carolina Pla Portsmouth, Vo. KIRK, ROBERT LINK Winston-Solem A,B. IN ECONOMICS. Sigma Alplia Epsilon; Track (1, 2, 3, 4); Monogram Club (I, 2, 3, 4). KIVETT, HOWARD EUGENE B,S. IN GEOLOGY. Pi Kappa Alpha KIVETT, RAYMOND EDWARD Burlington 8 5. IN COMMERCE Sigma Chi; Interdarmitory Council (2). KNIGHT, CHARLES WILLIAM Wlnston-Solem B.S. IN COMMERCE. Lambda Chi Alpho; Y M.C A, (1, 2); Order of the Golden Bear. KNIGHT, KENNETH EUGENE B S. IN COMMERCE. KNOTT, JULIAN CLARENCE B.S. IN COMMERCE. KNOX, HUGH JACKSON B.S. IN COMMERCE. KNUDSEN, MORRIS Los Angeles, Calif. A.B. IN GREEK. Phi Koppo Sigma; Di Senate (2, 3, 4), Clerk (3, 4); Young Republican Club Secretary. KOONCE, MARVIN BURKE, JR. Raleigh B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Delta Theto, Treasurer; Football (I); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Boxing Manager (1); Freshman Orientation Counsellor (4); Freshman Friendship Council (1). KOONTZ, ELIZABETH ANN Louisville, Ky. A.B. IN RADIO. Alpha Gamma Delta. Baptist Student Union. KORB, CARL W. B., JR. B.S, IN COMMERCE. Wrightsville Sound KORSCHUN, SANFORD LEONARD Goldsboro B S. IN COMMERCE. Tau Epsilon Phi; Carolino Magazine (2, 3); N.R.O.T.C. LAMAR, MARY WILHELMINA Birmingham, Ala. A.B. IN LATIN. Delta Delta Delta; Coed Senate (3, 4); Y.W.C A Cabinet (4). liAMB, EDWARD STANFORD Wilmington E S. IN COMMERCE. Baseball (3, 4); Mon ogram Club. LAMB, SAMUEL SELDEN Montclair, N. J. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Interdormitory Counc :il (3). LAMBERT, CARY JAKE Bradnax, Va. A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Eto Sigma. LAMM, JAMES LOUIS Mt. Airy A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Di Senate (2, 3, 4), Sergeant-at-Arms (4); Campus Party. iinfTftn fifTV dM M LANDIS, HOWARD KELLY, JR. B.5. IN COMMERCE. LANE, BERNARD OWEN B.5. IN GEOLOGY Sigma Gamma Epsilon. LANGSTON, JESSE RUDOLPH B S. IN EDUCATION. LaSUER, GERALD BURDETTE, JR. B S. IN COMMERCE Sigma Chi. Rocky Mount Birminghom, Ala. LAW, MARGARET ROGERS Atlanta, Go. A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Koppo Alpho Theto; Stray Greeks (3, 4); Yockety Yoek (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). LAWLER, BEVERLEY RHEA Norfolk, Vo. A.B, IN JOURNALISM. Doily Tar Heel (3); Tarnation (4). LAWRENCE, IRVIN EMMETTE, JR. A B. IN ZOOLOGY LAYMAN, EUGENE FRED, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. LEACH, RICHARD FLOYD B.S. IN COMMERCE Phi Beto Koppo. LEARY, SAM BURGESS, JR. A.B. IN ENGLISH. LEATH, MACK RIMMER B.S. IN COMMERCE. Raleigh Mount Airy Old Trap Burlington LEBED, HARTZEL Z. Washington, D. C. B S IN COMMERCE Delta Phi Alpho; Beto Gommo Sigma; Phi Beto Kappo. LEDFORD, GEORGE L., JR. Jacksonville, Fla. A.B. IN RADIO. Band (3); Doily Tor Heel (3, 4); Monogrom Club (4); Cross Country (4), Fencing (4); Gymnastics (4); Lacrosse (4); Swimming (4); Track (4); Wrestling (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (4); Y.M.C.A. (2, 3, 4); Weight-Lifting (1, 2, 3, 4). LEE, RALPH WILLIAM, III Chevy Chose, Md. OS IN COMMERCE. Alpho Tou Omega; Sheiks. LEE, ROBERT EARL Chorlotte A.B, IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Carolina Political Union (4); Phi Assembly (4); Fencing Club (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (4); Y.M.C.A. (4). LEE, WILLIAM FITZHUGH Goldsboro A.B. IN HISTORY. Delto Koppo Epsilon; Dance Committee (3); Gorgon ' s Head, Minataurs (2, 3, 4). LEE, WILSON M. Benson A B. IN ECONOMICS Phi Beto Kappo; Johnston County Club. LEGGETTE, JAMES A., JR. A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. SfniOfi CIRS8 Of Page S8 LeGWIN, JAMES DeWITT, JR. A.B, IN ZOOLOGY. LEINBACH, WILLIAM JAMES Winsfon-Solem B.5. IN PHYSICS. Sigma Chi; Plii Mu Alpho; Band (1,2, 3); Cross Country (2); Track (2); Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4), LEONARD, HUBERT LEON B.S. IN PHYSICS. Physics Club (2, 3, 4). Lexington LeSUEUR, BETTY KIRK Miami, Fla. B.A. IN ART. Playmakers (4); Y.W.C.A. (4); Riding Club (4); Canterbury Club (3). LEWIS, GEORGE WASHINGTON B.S. IN COMMERCE. Pi Kappa Alpha. LEWIS, HAL BARKER B.S. IN GEOLOGY. LEWIS, JANET ELIZABETH Rocky Mount B.A. IN FRENCH. Sigma Alpha Iota, Corresponding Secretary (3), President (4), Glee Club (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Choral Club ,3). LEVENSON, GLADYS ETTA Salisbury A.B. IN RADIO. Playmakers (3); Sound ond Fury (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Radio Club (3, 4); Hillel (3, 4); IZFA (3). LEVINE, GEORGE Baltimore, Md. A.B. IN RADIO. Lacrosse (3, 4); University Dance Group (3). LEVINSON, ELLIS HERBERT Gastonia B.A. IN COMMERCE Tau Epsilon Phi; University Club (2). LINDLEY, JOHN THOMAS Greensboro B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Monogram Club (3, 4); Football Manager (1,2, 3). LINDSAY, COSTIN LINDSAY, JAMES W. B.S. IN COMMERCE. LINGERFELT, JAMES CHRISTOPHER A.B IN ECONOMICS, Richmond, Vo. Winston-Salem Morgonton LINK, WILLIAM JAMES Lexington B S IN CHEMISTRY. Lambda Chi Alpha; Alpha Chi Sigma. LINN, STAHLE, JR. B.S IN COMMERCE Oelto Kappa Epsilon. LISS, RONALD EDWARD Salisbury B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Epsilon Pi, President (3); Hillel Cabinet (4); Interfroternity Council (3). LITTLE, MARVIN DERR B S. IN COMMERCE Phi Beta Kappa; Beta Go mum finv M If ' ««» ' «• o ' n. ' Little, T. A., Jr. Littlejohn Lokey Long Lovelace Lowe Lloyd Lookodoo Lunsford LITTLE, THOMAS ALLEN, JR. A,B. IN ENGLISH. Glee Club (3, 4). Charlotte LITTLEJOHN, DAVID HALLAM Charlotte A B, IN SPANISH. Glee Club (3); Student Legislature (3). LLOYD, WALTER PAYNE Norfolk, Vo. A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. LOFTIN, FORREST LEE Stotesville B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. LOFTIS, JOHN McDAVID Tompo, Flo. Loftis Loudermilk Lynch, R. G., Jr LOUDERMILK, ROBERT CHARLES Atlanta, Go. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Chi Phi, Vice-President (3), President (4); Class Honor Council (3); Interfraternity Council (3, 4), President (3); Student Legisloture (3); Co-Floor Leader; House Privileges Board (3); G. M. Board of Directors (3); Vice-Ctioirmon University Porty (3); I. F. C. Court (3, 4); Non-Portisan Selection Board (3). LOUNSBURY, TRACY McKNIGHT, JR. Winston-Salem A.B. IN RADIO. Sigma Phi Epsllon; Young Democrats Club (3); Executive Committee, Winston-Salem Club. A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. Alpha Tau Omega, President (4); Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Inte ' -froternity Council (3, 4). LOGUE, DANIELS CHARLES Clalrtin, Pa. B.S. IN GEOLOGY. Sigma Nu; Interdormitory Council (2); Monogram Club; Sound and Fury (1); Vet ' s Club; Student Legislature (3). Sergeont-ot-Arms (3); University Club; Football (1, 2); Y.M C A. LOKEY, BETTY LEE Roleigh A.B. IN DRAMATIC ART. Pi Beta Phi; Playmokers (3); Sound and Fury (3, 4); Son and Social Chairman PI Beto Phi. LONG, JOSEPH H. B.S. IN COMMERCE. LOVELACE, OSCAR NEWTON A.B. IN JOURi lALISM. LOWE, BARBARA MORRIS Port Washington, L. I., N. Y. A.B. IN ENGLISH. PI Beta Phi; Interdormitory Council (4); Presi- dent, Student Council (4); Clerk; Coed Student Government Forum (3), Treasurer; Student Party (3); House Council (4); Board of Residence (4), President; Y.W.C.A. (4); Junior Council; N. S. A. (3); Wo men ' s Cabinet (4); Women ' s Council (3); Orientation Committee (4); Student Advisor (4); President Spencer Dormitory (4). LUNSFORD, BARBARA JEAN Modison, N. J. A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Alpha Delta Pi; Phi Sigma Alpho; Sigma Delta Pi; Glee Club (3, 4); Internationol Relations Club (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). LOOKADOO, GEORGE EMMETT A.B. IN RADIO. Shelby LORIMER, MARY ELIZABETH Montclair, N. J. A.B. IN RELIGION. Alpha Delta PI; Yackety Yack (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Student Advisor (4). LUTHER, MARVIN ELLIS A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. LYNCH, ROBERT GREEN, JR. A.B. IN JOURNALISM. LYNCH, WILLIAM GRANT B.S. IN COMMERCE. Lacrosse (2). Raleigh Winston-Salem SfOIOfi CLASS Of Pag 90 Lyon, K. V. MocMillon McCouley, E. J Lyon, W. M. McAden McCouley, S. R. Lyon, W. C, Jr. McArver McColl Lyons MocDonold McBryde McColl, D. J. McCoy McCreody LYON, KARL VICTOR Eiizabethtown McARVER, JAMES HUGH A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Chi PsL B.S, IN COMMERCE Delta Sigma Pi. LYON, B.S. IN |3, 4). WILLIAM MAURY COMMERCE Sigma Chi; Monogra Mobile, Ala. m Club (3, 4); Soccer McBRYDE, JACK RAY A.B. IN CHEMISTRY McCALL, DAVID JAMES B.S. IN COMMERCE. LYON, WORTHAM CLARENCE, JR. Durhom B.S. IN COMMERCE Sigma Chi; Carolina Magazine 12) LYONS, MARY ELIZABETH Chapel Hill A.B. IN HISTORY, Chi Omega, Secretory (4); Daily Tar Heel (2); Student Legislature (3); Y.W.C.A. (2, 3, 4); Orientation Advisor (3, 4); Canterbury Club (2, 3, 4); University Party (3); Town Girls Associotion (2, 3, 4); Commencement Marshal (3). MocDONALD, ROBERT MacLAURIN Little Rock, S. C. A.B. IN MUSIC. Phi Mu Alpha; Band 14); Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4). MocLEOD, JOSEPH BROWN Myrtle Beach, S. C. A B. IN HISTORY. Chi Phi, President (3); Interf raternit- Council (3, 4); House Privileges Board (4); House Discussions Committee McCALL, WILLIAM GREER A B PRE LAW. Phi Beta Koppo; Phi Eto Sign McCAULEY, EDWARD JOHNSON B.S. IN COMMERCE. MacLeod McCall, W. G. McCuiston Concord Burlington McCAULEY, SAMUEL RICHARD Chapel Hill B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Kappa Sigma; Monogram Club (2, 3, 4); Footboll (2); Swimming (2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Freshman Friendship Council. MacMILLAN, DOUGLAS LEON A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. McADEN, SIDNEY YANCEY, JR. Newark, N. J. McCOLL, WALTER LANE, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Chi Psi. McCOY, GRADY M., JR. A.B. IN ENGLISH Carolina Quorterly (4). McCREADY, JACK TERRY E.S IN COMMERCE. Albemarle Lexington Wilmington McCUISTON, CLAUDE FREDERICK Chattanooga, Tenn. A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Delto Phi Alpha; Glee Club (4). llllfTffn fIfTV McCULLERS, HAL ASHLEY, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. McDonald, william alan A B IN POLITICAL SCIENCE Raleigh McFARLAND, GUY WITHERSPOON Charlotte B.S. IN COMMERCE. Lambda Chi Alpho; Vice-President Steele Dormitory. McFEE, DONALD MADISON A B. IN JOURNALISM. McGEE, HAROLD VERNON B.S. IN COMMERCE. Di Senate (3, 4). Salisbury High Point McGUIRE, WILLIAM GORDON, JR. Atlanta, Go. A B IN ECONOMICS. Phi Delto Theta; Sheiks; Tennis Manager (2). McHENRY, JULIA HARLAN Charlotte A B, IN ART Alpho Delta Pi; Y.W.C.A. (3); Cheerleader (4). MclNTIRE, ALEXANDER HAYWOOD Wilmington B.S. IN ACCOUNTING. Phi Beta Kappa; Beto Gam mo Sigma. McKAY, JOHN A. Wagrom A B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. McKEE, EDWIN BORDEN, JR. Raleigh B S. IN COMMERCE. McKEEL, SAM STEWART Walstonburg A B IN JOURNALISM. McKIERNAN, BERNARD GEORGE Long Island, N. Y. A.B. IN JOURNALISM, Doily Tor Heel; Interdormitory Council (4); Aquinas Club McKINLEY, PEGGY ANN Konnopolis A.B. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE. Alpho Gommo Delta; Internotional Re- lations CluD (3), Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), Luthern Student Association. McKINNE, PHILIP Louisburg B.S. IN COMMERCE. Koppo Sigma, President (4), Grond Master ot Ceremony (3), Delta Phi Alpho (3, 4); Interfraternity Council (3). Mcknight, roy bowman, jr. charlotte A B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Sigma Chi; German Club (2, 3), Vice- President (3); University Dance Committee (2, 3, 4); Trock (1); Y.M.CA. (1, 2, 3. 4). McLANE, FLETCHER WILSON Talladega, Ala. A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Orange County Wild Life Club; Football (1, 2, 3). McLANE, FRANCE FARDNER Chapel Hill A B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Splash Club (3, 4), Vice-President (4); W.A.A. (3, 4). McLaughlin, daniel henry McCullers McDonald McForlond McFee McGee McGuire McHenry Mclntire McKay McKee McKeel McKiernon McKinley McKinne McKnight McLone, F. W. McLone, F. F. M cLaughlin, 0. H SfOIOfl CLASS Of McLaughlin, ROBERT FULTON Paterson, N. J. B.5, IN PHYSICS. Phi Iota Sigma; Physics Club (4), McLENDON, BENJAMIN GREENE Rockingham B.S. IN COMMERCE. Sigma Chi; 13 Club (2, 3, 4). McLEOD, EDWARD ARMAND Maxton A.B. IN EDUCATION. YM.C.A. (2, 3, 4); G. M. Board of Directors, McLEOD, GEORGE BUMGARNER A.B, IN ZOOLOGY. Lenoir McLEROY, GLORIA GERTRUDE Eost Point, Go. A.B. IN FRENCH. Daily Tar Heel (2); Glee Club (2); Tarnotion (1); Y.W.C.A. (2); French Club (2); C.I.C.A. (2), McMAHAN, BETTY JEAN McMANUS, ELIZABETH ANN Newport News, Va A,B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Y.W.C.A. (4); C.I.C.A. (3, 4). McMANUS, JAMES MAX B.S. IN COMMERCE. Chi Psi. Red Springs McNEASE, MARY ANGELYN Fayette, Ala. A.B IN ENGLISH. Delta Delta Delta; Yackety Yack (3, 4) McNEELY, BETTY JANE Shelby McNEELY, GIBBON ELLIOTT Waxhaw B S. IN COMMERCE. Delto Sigma PI; Cross Country (3). McNEELY, MARY ANNE Shelby McNeill, frank Alexander McPETERS, ARNOLD LAWRENCE MACKLIN, RONALD Winston-Salem BS IN COMMERCE. Interdormitory Council (2). MAER, HARRY B S. IN COMMERCE. Pi Lambda Phi. MAGILL, SAMUEL HAYS Shanghai, China B.A. IN HISTORY, Delto Psi; Glee Club (1); Golden Fleece (4); Grail (4); Monogram Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Student Council (3); Cross Country (1, 2, 3, 4), Captain (4); Track (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M,C,A. (2, 3, 4), Vice-President (2, 3), President (4); G. M. Board of Directors (2, 3), Chairman (3), MAGNESS, ERNEST R., JR. A,B, IN RADIO. Forest City iintTEfn finv McLaughlin, R. F. McLeod, G. B. McManus, E. A. McNeely, B. J. McNeill Maer Mrt„. A McLendon McLerov McManus, J. M. McNeely, G. E. McPeters Magill McLeod, E. A. McMahan McNeose McNeely, M. A. Macklin Magness fe Mahaffee Martin, C. D. Matthews, D. R. Manning Martin, T. E. Matthews, T. S., Jr Marshall Moser Maxwell MAHAFFEE, WALTER COLLINS B.5. IN PRE-MEDICAL, Granite Falls MARTIN, THOMAS ERNEST B S IN COMMERCE, Sigma Chi. Charleston, S. C. MANESS, CHARLES McKINLEY, JR. A.B. IN HISTORY, MANN, CARL GRATTON B.S. IN GEOLOGY, MASER, KEMP ALSTON Fort Pierce, Flo. Konnapolis MANNING, FRANCIS KIRK Bethel B.S. IN COMMERCE. Lacrosse (3, 4), Co-Captoin (4), Vice-President Dormitory (4). MARSHALL, RALPH High Point B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Kappa Alpha; Track (2, 3), Mono- gram Club (2, 3). MARSHBURN, LeROY D., JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Gamma Delta. MARTIN, CHALES DAYTON B.S. IN COMMERCE. Raleigh Wilmington MARTIN, PEGGY LOUISE Toms Creek, Va. A B IN SOCIOLOGY. Alpha Delta Pi; Student Council 14); Yackety Yack (3)- Y.W.C-A. (3); President of Sorority (4); Panhellenic Council (4). A.B. IN RECREATION. Pi Kappa Phi, Secretary (3); Track (4); Glee Club (3, 4); Interfraternity Council (3). MATHIS, WILLIAM CONNIE, JR. Rockinghom B S IN CHEMISTRY Phi Eto Sigma; Alpha Chi Sigma. MATTHEWS, DONALD ROBERT Rockville Centre, N. Y. A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Alpha Tau Omega. MATTHEWS, MARY WILLIS Norfolk, Va. A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY Delta Delta Delta; Yackety Yack (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Student Advisor (4); Membership Council of Y (4); Canter- bury Club |3, 4); Tidewoter-Ca-olino Club (3, 4). MATTHEWS, THOMAS HILL B.S. IN COMMERCE. MATTHEWS, THOMAS STANHOPE, JR. A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. MAXWELL, JAMES LOUIS, JR. B S. IN COMMERCE Beta Theto Pi. Rocky Mount Raleigh MARTIN, SAMUEL EDGAR B.S. IN COMMERCE. Mayodan MAY, JAMES RODNEY A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Wilmington SfniOfl CLASS Of Moynard Mayo Meeks Mellon Mercer Merchant Mead Melton, A. T. Merker Meorcs Mebane Melton, C. R. Melvin Messner Metcalt Medicus Mendenhall Michael MAYNARD, CHARLES EUGENE Homlet MELTON, CARROLL ROY Marion B.S. IN COMMERCE. B.S. IN COMMERCE Delta Sigma Pi; Daily N. C. Club. Tar Heel (1); Western MAYO, JOHN AUGUSTUS Washington A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Gamma Delto. MELVIN, JOSEPH TAYLOR, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Pi Kappa Phi. Greensboro MEAD, JAMES B. Low Moor, Va. A.B. IN RADIO. Glee Club (1, 2, 3); R.O.T.C. (3, 4). Interdormitory Council (1); MENDENHALL, CLARENCE B. Charlotte B.S. IN COMMERCE. Chi Phi; Daily Tor (2); Young Democrats Club (4). Heel (2 3, 4); Tarnation MEARES, SAMUEL HARRELSON Raleigh B.S, IN COMMERCE. MERCER, JESSE MARDRED, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Lucama MEBANE, ROBERT McNAIR Burlington B.S. IN COMMERCE. Lambda Chi Alpha; Scabbard and Blade; Student Legis ' ature (2, 3). MEDICUS, EMIL RAGLAND Asheville B.S. IN PHYSICS. Western N. C. Club (2, 3, 4); Physics Club (2, 3, 4). MEEKS, MARILYN ELIZABETH Norfolk, Vo. A.B. IN JOURNALISM, Class Executive Committee (1); Glee Club (I 2, 3), Sound and Fury (2); Student Legislature (3); Town Girls Associotion (1, 2). MELLON, FRANCINE Durham A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Hillel Cabinet (3); Playmokers (3); Basket- boll (3, 4); Tennis (4); University Dance Group (3, 4), Treasurer (3). MELTON, ARTHUR T. Marion A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Alpha Phi Omeqa; Daily Tar Heel (2, 3); Yockety Yock 12); Young Democrots Club (4); Western N. C. Club (2, 3, 4); C. C.U.N. (2, 3). MERCHANT, HOWARD STONE B.A. IN COMMERCE. MERKER, MILLICENT HOLLY MESSNER, ROBERT S. Westfield, N. J. Stoten Island, N. Y. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Lambda Chi Alpha; Scabbard and Blade; Inter- fraternity Council (4); Y.M C.A. (4). METCALF, FRED B.S. IN COMMERCE. MICHAEL, GEORGE WILLIAM B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi. Forest City llflfTftn flfTV Page 95 m-rt MICOL, EDWARD B.5. IN COMMERCE. MIDDLETON, WOODFORD R., JR. B.S IN COMMERCE, Phi Koppa Sigmo. Winston-Salem MILES, JOHN BYNUM Winston-Salem A,B, IN ENGLISH Beto Theta Pi; Di Senate (1, 2); Student Legisloture (2). MILLER, BAXTER DAVIS B.S, IN CHEMISTRY. MILLER, CHARLES JASPER, JR. A B, IN GEOLOGY, MILLER, GEORGE JOHN B,S, IN COMMERCE. Pi Koppa Alpho. Richmond, Va. Charlotte Fayetteville MILLER, JOAN HAYNES A B, IN CHEMISTRY. Theto Psi Epsilon; Phi Beta Koppa; Y.W.C.A. (3. 4), Dormitory House Council (3). MILLER, ROBERT ALFRED Chapel Hill A.B. IN SPANISH. Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Koppa; Cril {2, 3), Treasurer (3); Spanish Club (3); Town Men ' s Association (3). MILLER, SAMUEL WOODIE, JR. Raleigh A.B IN SOCIAL STUDIES. Interdormitory Council (3); University Club (4). MILLER, WILLIAM ARNOLD, JR. A.B. IN JOURNALISM. MILLS, WILLIAM L., JR. A.B, IN COMMERCE, MINETT, CYRIL WILLIAM A,B, IN RADIO, Concord Waynesville MITCHELL, BAYRA WHEATON Woodbury, N. J. A,B, IN ENGLISH, Alpho Gommo Delta; Y.WCA, (3, 4), MODLIN, ELMER NELSON, JR. A,B, IN RADIO, Jomesville MONCURE, MICHAEL WALLACE, III Richmond, Va. AS IN ECONOMICS Phi Koppa Sigmo. MONFORT, VIRGINIA NEVILLE Atlanta, Ga. A B IN ENGLISH. Delta Delta Delto; Sound and Fury (3, 4), Secre- tary (4); Tornotion (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). MONTGOMERY, FRANK EUGENE Wilmington A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Tornotion (3); Wilmington Club (1, 2, 3, 4). MONTGOMERY, JAMES CURTIS Mayodan A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Theto Chi; Interdormitory Council Micol Middleton Miles Miller, B. D. Miller, C. J., Jr. Miller, G. J. Miller, J, H. Miller, R. A. Miller, S. W., J Miller, W. A., Jr. Mills Minett Mitchell Modlin Moncure Montort Montgomery, F. E, Montgomery, J. StniOfi CLASS Of Page 96 MONTGOMERY, JOHN ROBERT, JR. Raleigh B.5. IN COMMERCE. Chi Psi, President (3); Class Executive Com- mittee (3); Class Officer (3), Interfroternity Council (4), Secretary; House Privileges Board (4); IPC. Executive Council. MOON, EUGENE CALVIN B.S. IN COMMERCE. MOONEYHAM, OSCAR JETER, JR. A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Kappa Alpha Foresf City MOORE, ALLEN HOYT, JR. Doylestown, Po. A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Alpha Tau Omega; Sound and Fury (1, 2, 3, 4); 13 Club (2, 3, 4); Fencing (2); Swimming (1); Young Re- publicans Club (2), Soccer (2, 3); Turtle Club (2, 3). MOORE, BLAINE CALLOWAY B.S. IN COMMERCE. Y.M.C.A. (2, 3). MOORE, HENRY FRANKLIN, JR. Whiteville B.S. IN COMMERCE. Monogram Club (4); Football (2, 3, 4); Varsity Head Manager (4), Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). MOORE, JAMES FLOYD, JR. Reidsville A.B. IN MUSIC. Sigmo Chi; Phi Mu Alpho, Vice-President (4); Band (1, 2, 3, 4), Business Manager (3), President (4); Y.M.C.A. (I, 2, 3, 4); Symphony Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (4). MOORE, LOUISE MURPHY A B. IN JOURNALISM. Chi Omega; Y.W.C.A. (2). MOORE, STANLEY PATTERSON, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. MOORE, STEPHEN IRWIN B.S. IN COMMERCE. Lambda Chi Alpha MOORE, THOMAS MILTON B.S. IN COMMERCE. MOORE, WILLIAM CHARLES, JR. MOORE, WILLIAM TRACY MOOREFIELD, GEORGE McDONALD B.S. IN PHARMACY. N.C.P.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). MORAN, EDWARD, W. A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE Pi Kappa Alpho MOREFIELD, DOROTHY MAXINE A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. MOREHOUSE, MARY STEWART A B. IN SOCIOLOGY. MOREL, JACOB WALDBURG B.S. IN COMMERCE. Lombda Chi Alpha, Treasurer in tiff n fifTV Burlington Greensboro Harmony Henderson Salisbury Savannah, Go. .1 . Montgomery, J. R., Jr Moore, A. H., Jr. Moore, J. F., Jr. Moon Moore, B. C. Moore, L. M. Moore, T. M. Mooretield Morehouse Mooneyhom Moore, H. F., Jr. Moore, S. P., Jr. Moore, W. C, Jr. Moron Morel Morgan Morse Moye Moring Moses Moyle Morrell, C. O. Moss, B. B. Mumford Morrell, R. E. Moss, E. J. Munden Morris Moss, R. M. Munds Morrow Mountcostle Munford MORGAN, LEON FRANK B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Rocky Mount MOSS, EDWARD JOEL Burlington A.B. IN JOURNALISM Playrriakers (3, 4); Sound and Fury (3). MORING, PLATTE BOYD, JR. Greensboro A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Beta Theta Pi; 13 Club (3, 4). MOSS, ROY MAURICE B.S. IN COMMERCE. Chapel Hill MORRELL, CHARLES O. Asheville AB. IN DRAMA. Glee Club (3); Ploymokers (3); Sound and Fury (3) ' Western N. C. Club (3); University Dance Group (3, 4); French Club (3, 4). MOUNTCASTLE, KENNETH F., JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Sigmo Alpha Epsilon. Winston-Solem MORRELL, ROBERT E. A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. MOYE, JAMES CLAYTON, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Sigma Nu; Glee Club (I, 2). Snow Hill MORRIS, DWIGHT BENNETT A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. MOYLE, JOHN CHARLES B.S. IN COMMERCE. Charlotte MORROW, ROBERT KNOX Charlotte B.S. IN COMMERCE. Zeta Psi; Gimghoul (3, 4); German Club Execu- tive (4); Interfraternity Council (3, 4); Monogram Club {2, 3, 4); Track (1, 2, 3, 4). MORSE, WILLIAM PRESTON B.S. IN COMMERCE. MOSES, JAMES HAROLD A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Charlotte MUMFORD, THOMAS GALLIGAN A.B. IN CHEMISTRY Sigma Alpho Epsilon. MUNDEN, JAMES EDWIN B.S. IN COMMERCE Phi Kappa Sign MUNDS, FREDERICK LORD A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Kappa Alpha. Coral Gable, Fla. Wilmington MOSS, BILLY BUFORD A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Di Senote (3, 4). MUNFORD, GEORGE WASHINGTON, JR. Durham B.S IN COMMERCE. Phi Kappa Sigma; Interdormifory Council (2, 4). sfniofl ciflss Of Page 98 MUNT, ROBERT LAWRENCE B.S IN COMMERCE. MURPHY, ARTHUR EDWARD, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. MURPHY, JAMES GUNN B.S. IN COMMERCE Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MURRAY, JOHN BRADBURY A.B. IN ENGLISH. Beta Theto Pi. NABORS, THOMAS LENFORD A.B, IN MATHEMATICS. Y.M.C.A. (I, 2, 3, 4) Winston-Solem Myrtle Beach, S. C. Danville, Va. Glencoe, Ala. NAIMAN, ELAINE MIRIAM Asheville A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Alpha Kappa Delta; Hillel Cabinet {3, 4)- Yackety Yack (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Western N. C. Club (3); I.Z.F.A (3, 4). NAPOWSA, WALTERS DURHAM A.B, IN ENGLISH. Glee Club. Raleigh NEAL, MARGARET MacKAY Lockport, N. Y. A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Alpha Gomma Delta; Glee Club (3, 4) ' Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Student Advisor (4); Ponhellenic Council (4)- Choral Club (3, 4). NEARMAN, SHERMAN YALE Charleston, W. Va. A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY, Pi Lambda Phi; Monogram Club (12 3 4)- Student Legislature (2); University Club (2, 3, 4); Basketball (1, 2 ' 3, 4), Lacrosse (3, 4); Y,M,C,A. (I, 2, 3, 4); Royal Order of Blue Flanne (1, 2, 3, 4); Society of 1799 (4). NEELY, STEPHEN GRANT B.S. IN COMMERCE. Pi Kappa Alpha; Un NELSON, CHARLES BERNARD B.S. IN COMMERCE. NELSON, LOIS MARIE A.B. IN ECONOMICS. High Point ,ity Club (3, 4). Durham Vaughan NEWELL, ELEANOR HOPE Orlando, Fla. B.A. IN JOURNALISM. Alpha Gamma Delta; Doily Tar Heel (3 4) Yackety Yock (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); House Council (3); Debate Team; State Student Legislature (4); Canterbury Club (3); S.D.A. Secretary (4). NEWTON, JESSE FRANK ChorloWe B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Sigma Pi. NEWTON, THEODORE JAMES, JR. Charlotte B.S. IN COMMERCE. NICHOLS, CHARLES EDWARD Greensboro B.S. IN COMMERCE. Dorm Advisor (4). NICHOLS, FLETCHER BURTON, JR. Charlotte B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Eta Sigma; Glee Club (2, 3); Yockety Yack (4); Young Democrats Club (4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Choral Club (2, 3); UNC Fencing Club (3, 4); UNC Dance Club (4); Freshman Counsellor (2); B.S.U. (I, 2, 3, 4). NICHOLSON, JOHN THORNE B.S, IN COMMERCE, Alpha Kappa Psi. Charleston, W. Va; iinfTftn fifTV Nixon, K. P. Nixon, W. H Noll Norcross Northup Norton Nunnally Nussbaum Oates O ' Brien Odom Ogburn Winston-Salem Lincolnton NIFONG, PAUL DOUGLAS A B, IN CHEMISTRY. NIXON, KEMP PRUDEN NIXON, WILLIAM H. B.S. IN COMMERCE. NOBLE, HERMAN LEROY B.S. IN COMMERCE. Pi Koppo Alpha NOLL, ALTA LEONORE Berea, Ky. A.B. IN DRAMATIC ART. Alpha Delta Pi; Playmakers (3, 4); Sound and Fury (3, 4). NORCROSS, MERL M. Kingston, Po. NORTHRUP, JAMES STANTON, JR. Concord B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Tou Omega; Gorgon ' s Head (3, 4). Winston-Solem Chapel Hill NORTHUP, WILLARD CLOSE, JR. B.S. IN GEOLOGY. Sigma Gamma Epsilo NORTON, NANCY NOWELL, THOMAS WARREN B S. IN COMMERCE. NUNNALLY, JULIA ELIZABETH A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Pi Bcto Phi. NUSSBAUM, MARIE EVELYN Louisville, Ky. A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Pi Beto Phi; Daily Tar Hee (3); G ' ee Club (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), Cabinet (4); W.A.A. Council (4); Coed Senate (3, 4), Secretary (3, 4); Panhellenic Council (4); Student Advisor (4); Student Council (4). OAKES, ALBERT WOMBLE, III B 5 IN COMMERCE OATES, JAMES GRAHAM, JR. Greensboro B.S. IN COMMERCE. Bond (2, 3, 4); University Symphony (2). O ' BRIEN, LEET ALEXANDER, JR. B S. 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S., Jr Poyne Parrish, P. A. Potterson, T. T., Jr Peocock, A. W. Porrish, W. K. Patterson, W. F. Peacock, C. L. PARHAM, ROBERT STANLEY Henderson B.5. IN COMMERCE. Alpho Kappo Psi; Band (1, 2); Phi Assembly (4); Young Democrats Club (4); Wesley Foundotion (2, 3, 4). PATTERSON, FRED SAMUEL, JR. Greensboro A.B. IN ECONOMICS Phi Kappa Sigmo; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Glee Club (2, 3); Interdormitory Council (3). PARKER, WILLIAM BAYLIES, JR. A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Alpha Tou Omega. PARRIS, HERBERT DEAN B.S. IN COMMERCE. PARRISH, HURLEY IRWIN, JR. A.B. IN RADIO. Chapel Hill Pilot Mountain PATTERSON, THOMAS TALMADGE, JR. Charlotte A.B. IN JOURNALISM. PATTERSON, WILLIAM FRANCIS Winston-Salem A B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Phi Eta Sigmo; Pi Sigma Alpha; Phi Beta Koppo; Carolina Political Union (1, 2); International Relo- tions Club (I, 2), Treasurer, President; Student Legislature (3); Cross Country (4); Track (1, 2, 3, 4); Monogrom Club (3, 4). PATTON, LEWIS Franklin A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE Pi Sigma Alpha; Pi Kappa Phi. PARRISH, PARROTT A. A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. PAUL, JOSEPH McKINSEY B.S. IN COMMERCE. PARRISH, WILLIAM KIRBY B S. IN COMMERCE. Beta Gamma Sign Raleigh PAYLOR, ROBERT FLYNN Farmville B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi; Vice-President Manley Dormitory (4). PARROTT, BLANCHE ELLEN Kinston A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Delta Phi; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Carolina Magazine (4); Baptist Student Union (4). PAYNE, BARBARA ANN Beckley, W. Va. A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Delta Delta Delta, President (4); Alpha Kappa Delta; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Yockety Yoek (3); Class Honjr Council (4); House Privileges Board (4); Student Advisor (4); PanheMenic Council PARTRICK, CORNELIUS THEODORE Wilmington A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Kappa Alpha; Phi Eta Sigma, President (2); Dance Committee (2, 3, 4); German Club; Student Legislature (3). PARTRIDGE, ALBERT EUGENE, JR. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Wade PEACOCK, ALVIN WARD Chapel Hill B S. 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Thefo Chi; Phi Beto Koppo. intTftn finv Page 103 PHIFER, OLIVER BURTON Marshville B.S. IN COMMERCE. Beto Gamma Sigma; Phi Beta Koppa. IMtam P P ( It Phillips, H. G., Jr Pickett Pittman Placey Poole Posta PHILLIPS, CHARLES W. B,S. IN COMMERCE. PHILLIPS, HERMAN GRADY, JR. B.5. IN COMMERCE PHILLIPS, JAMES HENRY B.S. IN COMMERCE. Pi Kappa Alpha. PICKARD, CLARENCE EARL A.B, IN COMMERCE. Theta Chi. PICKETT, OSCAR A. B S. IN CHEMISTRY, PIERCE, SHIRLEY STUART B.S. IN COMMERCE. PIERCE, MARY NEWSOM A.B. IN HISTORY. Y.W.C.A. (4); House Council (3, 4). PITTMAN, ROBERT G. B S IN COMMERCE. Spruce Pine Winnsboro, S. C. Newport News, Va. Newark, Del. Selmo PITTS, WILLIAM G. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Spring Hope PITZER, CHARLES NEAL Winston-Salem A.B, IN SOCIOLOGY, Alpha Kappa Delta; YMCA, (3, 4), PLACEY, JACK ANDREW A,B, IN JOURNALISM, PLATT, STEPHEN A B, IN ZOOLOGY, Pi Lombda Phi. PLONIC, RUFUS GRIER, JR. A,B. IN PSYCHOLOGY, POOLE, LEE HARLAN B S, IN GEOLOGY, POSNER, NELSON SAUL B,S, IN COMMERCE Alpho Epsilon Pi; Hillel (3). POST, SAMUEL CHAPIN B.S, IN EDUCATION. POSTA, MICHAEL JOSEPH B.S, IN COMMERCE. Far Rockaway, N. Y. Kings Mountain Shelby SfniOfi CLASS Of Page 104 POTTER, THOMAS VAN A B. IN RADIO. Gee Club (3). Winston-Salem POWE, FRANCES BANKS Durham A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Omego; Yockety Yack (4): Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). POWELL, JOHN KENNETH Danville, Va. B.S. IN COMMERCE, Beta Theto Pi; Football (1, 2, 3, 4); Monogrom Club. POWERS, ALICE MARION A.B. IN DRAMATICS. Aipho Ga Tarnation (3 . PREYER, RICHARD MUNGER PRICE, ALTON NORWOOD B.S. IN COMMERCE. PRICE, HERBERT WILLiFORD B.S. IN COMMERCE. Di Senate (2). PRICE, PETER WILSON A B. IN JOURNALISM. PRICE, ROBERT PERRY A.B. IN ENGLISH. PRICE, WILLIAM HUMBERSON PROCTOR, LONE TAYLOR, JR. A.B. IN GERMAN PRYCE, CHARLES ALVA A.B. IN ENGLISH. Rutherfordton Delta; Playmakers (3, 4), New Rochelle, N. Y. Mogo- Chopel Hill Freeport, L. I., N. Y. Baltimore, Md. Charlotte Rockingham PYRON, JOHN ROLAND Charlotte A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Sigma Chi; Dance Committee (2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). PUGH, JOHN ROBERT B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappo Psi. PURCELL, AUGUSTUS BUCHANAN Laurel Springs Lourinburg PUTNAM, JOE BILLY Cherryville B S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Sigma Pi; Glee Club (2). QUINN, CLIFTON LEE A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. QUINN, HOWARD JAMES Jacksonville BS IN COMMERCE Pi Koppo Alpho; Carolina Magazine ll); Daily Tor Heel (3); Intertraternity Council (3); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). iintTftn fifTV J Powe Preyer Price, P. W. Proctor Pugh Quinn, C. L. Powell Price, A. N. Price, R. P. Pryce Purcell Quinn, H. J. Page 105 Rondoll Rankin, A. J. Ray Reagan, E. M.,Jr Remsburg Retchin RANDALL, ROBERT JERRY A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Wrestling (4). RANKIN, AUBREY JEAN A B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Delta Delta Delto; Yackety Yack (3, 4 Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); University Porty (4); Sorority Representat RANKIN, WILTON A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. RATTZ, LESTER JAMES A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Y.M.C.A. (3, 4). RAWL, EDWIN E. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. RAWLS, WILLIAM McCLELLAN B S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Tau Omega. RAY, BOBBY BOWDEN A.B. IN COMMERCE. REAGAN, ERNEST McDOWELL, JR. Weaverville A.B, IN JOURNALISM. Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Western N. C. Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (2), President (3); Veterans Association (1, 2, 3, 4). Wilmington Winston-Salem Rockingham 60. Rankin, W. Reagon, J. G. Rhinehort Rottz Rawl Reed, L. T. Reed, R. D. Rhyne Rice Rawls Reich Richardson, R. R Durham REED, LAURIE TULLY A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chapel Hill unt Holly REED, ROBERT DIXON Thomasville =k (3, 4); B S. IN COMMERCE. Lambda Chi Alpha. REICH, THOMAS GWYN Greensboro B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Kappa Sigma; Intertroternity Council ( 1 ); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). REMSBURG, ROBERT LEWIS, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE RETCHIN, FREDERIC B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpho Epsilon Pi; Hillel. Wilmington RHINEHART, CARTER LEE, JR. Conton B S, IN COMMERCE. Delto Sigma Pi; Western N. C, Club (1, 2, 3, 4). RHYNE, JOCELYN Chopel Hill AB IN MUSIC. Delta Delto Delta; Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Ctiapel Hill Ctioral Club (1, 2, 3, 4). RICE, MARY LOUISE Ashlond, Ky. A B IN FRENCH. Chi Omega, Corresponding Secretary; Glee Club (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), REAGAN, JAMES GORDON Asheville A. B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Interdormitory Council (4). RICHARDSON, ROBERT RANDOLPH B.S. IN COMMERCE. StOIOfi CLASS Of Page 106 Richardson, T., Jr Rizzo Robinson, J. W. Ridenhour Roberson Rockwell Rieley Roberts Rodmon Riggs Robertson Rogers, C. O. Ritch Robinson, C. D. Rogers, J. P. RICHARDSON, THAXTON, JR. B S. IN COMMERCE. RIDENHOUR, NORMAN G. B.S. IN COMMERCE ROBERTSON, HUBERT DONALD Asheville A.B. IN RADIO, Phi Beto Koppo; Phi Eta Sigma; Glee Club (1, 2), Vice-President (3, 4); Interdormitory Council (4); Student Legisla- ture (2, 3); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Western N. C. Club (2, 3); Intra- mural Manoger (3); Dorm President (4); Order of ttie Old Well (4); Radio Announcer for University Hour (3, 4). RIELEY, LUCILLE CATHERINE Washington, D. C. A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY Alpha Gamma Delta; Alpha Kappa Delta; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Panhellenic Council, President (4); Hockey Club (3); Maiors Club, Secretary (3); Recreation Club (3, 4); WAA. Council (4); Campus Chest (4); Women ' s Honor Council (4). ROBINSON, CHARLES DOWAY B.S. IN COMMERCE. ROBINSON, HEMAN H., JR. A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Elizabethtown RIGGS, ZENNIE LAWRENCE B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Theta Phi. Maysville ROBINSON, JOHN WELLS B.A. IN RADIO. Sayville, N. Y. RITCH, PAUL LIVINGSTON, JR. Charlotte A.B. IN ENGLISH. Canterbury Club (3, 4), President (4). RIVES, HAROLD G. A.B. IN ENGLISH. ROCKWELL, HARRY JOSEPH, JR. Merchantville, N. J. B.A. IN EDUCATION. RODMAN, GEORGE FARNELL Washington A.B IN ENGLISH, Alpha Tau Omega; Debate Council (4); Phi As- sembly (2, 3, 4); Student Legislature (2, 3); Young Democrats Club [3, 4); Town Men ' s Association (3, 4). RIZZO, PAUL JOSEPH Clinton, N. Y. ROGERS, COYE OLEIN Hendersonville B.A. IN ZOOLOGY. Daily Tar Heel (1); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4), Cabinet, Secretory; Western N. C. Club (I, 2, 3, 4); B.S,U., Cabinet (1, 2, 3, 4); Lewis Dorm Secretary-Treasurer (4). ROBERSON, ERNEST L., JR. B.S IN COMMERCE, ROGERS, JOHN PARKS A,B, IN HISTORY. Phi Koppo Sic Norristown, Pa. ROBERTS, JAMES LEGGETTE A.B. IN ECONOMICS Alpho Tau Omega. Chapel Hill ROGERS, WILLIAM VERNON iinfTffn finv Page 107 Rolader Rosemond Ross Roth Ruppe Russell, E. F. Rollins Rosen Rosser Rudolph Rush Russell, J. B. Roof Rosenbloom Rossiter Ruggles Russell, i. W. Russell, R. L., Jr ROLADER, IVON CLEVELAND, JR. Atlanta, Go. A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Chi Phi; University Club, President (3). ROLLINS, FERRELL L. B S IN COMMERCE. ROOT, NANCY HOOVER ROSEMOND, ALBERT MONTGOMERY B.S. IN COMMERCE. ROSEN, JACQUELINE A B IN PSYCHOLOGY. Roleigh Chapel Hill Miomi Beach, Fla. ROSENBLOOM, JAKE L. Rocky Mount A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Zeto Beto Tou; Hillel (3); Interfraternity Council (3); Tarnation (2, 3); University (4). ROSS, JACK BURNS B S. 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Wyoft WOLHAR, JOHN ALOYSIUS Charlotte B.5. IN COMMERCE Pi Koppo Alpho; Oelfo Pi Alpha. WOOLLCOTT, PHILIP, JR. Asheville E S. IN COMMERCE Delta Kappa Epsilon; Wrestling (3, 4); Orienta- tion Committee (4): Senior Counsellor (4). WOLF, WILLIAM ROBERT Mount Cormel, III. B 5. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Tau Omega; Delta Sigma Pi. WOOTEN, GEORGE WOOD A B. IN CHEMISTRY, WOOD, T. BENBURY H. AS. IN ECONOMICS Delta Koppo Alpho. WOODARD, CALVIN AS. IN ECONOMICS. Zeto Psi; YM.C.A. WOODARD, ROBERTA STIRLING A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. C C.U N. (2, 3). Portland, Me. WOODHOUSE, JOHN FROST, JR. Virginia Beech, Va. A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE Koppa Sigma, Society Editor (2, 3, 4); Carolina Political Union (I); Yackety Yack (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (4); YM.C.A. (I, 2, 3, 4); Hi-Y Advisor (3); Wesley Foundation (3, 4); Tidewater-Carolina Club (3, 4), President (3). WORSHAM, JACK WATTS Ruffin B.S. IN COMMERCE. Student Legislature, Chairman Rules Committee, Chairmon Archives Committee, Clerk; Campus Party Chairman. WORSHAM, JAMES DAVIS Southern Pines BS IN COMMERCE Pi Kappa Phi; Alpha Koppa Psi; Golf il) WORSLEY, CARL EUGENE Tarboro A.B. IN ENGLISH. Sigma Nu; Doily Tar Heel (I); Phi Assembly (1); Sound and Fury (1); Football (1), Young Democrats Club (4). WORTH, WALKER YEATMAN, JR. E 5 IN COMMERCE. Chi Psi. Raleigh WOODRUFF, IVAN EARL B.S. IN COMMERCE WRATTEN, JOSEPH BERRY, JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Doily Tor Hei President (4); A.R.O.T.C. (3, 4). Rockville, Md. Card Board (3, 4), WOODY, JOHN KING B.S. IN COMMERCE. WRIGHT, THOMAS BERNARD, JR. B S. IN COMMERCE Delta Koppo Epsilon WOOLEY, JOHN RUSH Wogrom A B IN CHEMISTRY Alpha Tou Omega, Worthy Keeper of the Annols; Y.M.C.A. (I, 2, 3, 4); Band (1,2, 3). WYATT, KENNETH VAN B.S. IN COMMERCE, Delta Sign Chapel Hill d:m XANTHOS, ARTHUR DEMETRIUS Wilmington B,S, IN COMMERCE Theta Chi; Alpho Kappa Psi, Secretary (4), Band (2, 3, 4); Doily Tor Heel (3, 4); Tornotion (2); Yoekety Yock (4); Young Demacrots Club (4); University Symphony Orchestra (3); Campus Party |3); Spanish Club (3); Canterbury Club (4); University Veterans ' Association (2, 3, 4); Wilmington-Carolina (2, 3, 4). YANCEY, FRANCIS ALLEN Oxford B.S. IN COMMERCE, YILLMAN, JEAN MARIE Newark, Del. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Sigma Alpha loto, Vice-President (4); Glee Club (3, 4); Playmakers (3); Sound and Fury (3, 4); Presbyterian Choir. YOUNG, BARBARA MARIAN Chapel Hill A.B. IN MUSIC. Sigmo Alpha loto, Editor (4); Glee Club (1, 2, 3 4), Vice-President (3), President (4); Playmakers (1, 2, 3, 4) Sound and Fury (I); Canterbury Club (1, 4); Choral Club (1, 2, 3, 4) Town Girls ' Association {I, 3); Episcopal Choir (I, 2, 3). YOUNG, CLYDE Jamaica Plain, Mass. A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY, Phi Beta Koppo. YOUNG, FRANK E., JR. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Oxford YOUNG, WILLIAM FREDERICK Florence, S. C. A B IN CHEMISTRY Phi Gomina Delto; Phi Bcto Koppo; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpho Epsilon Delto; Student Legislature (2); Student Council (4); Interfroternity Council (2, 3, 4), Treosurer (3), Vice-President (1). ZIMMERMAN, LEON M. B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpho Epsilon Pi. Salisbury Ready for Freddy Straight from Vassar % Junior Class Officers Seoted left to right: Bob Holmes, Vice-President Ned Dowd, President standing left to right: Peggy Williams, Social Chairman Bill Hedrick, Treasurer Frances Sweat, Secretary JUNIOR CLASS This is the Junior Class — the boys who have been here for three years, the girls from W. C, Stephens, G. C. and St. Mary ' s — first year without Dr. Frank — welcoming the team after the Tempest- in-a-water-pot at L. S. U. — school kids around the planetarium — end watching those stars! . . . Notre Dame with Bop City and the G. A. Club — Duke, Gene Krupa and Woollen Gym — Cider wagons at Fraternity Row — Boys playing football outside B-V-P — Graham Memorial any day — any night — pledging — parties — poker — Rainy days and Tradition — The Seniors we ' ll miss — the Seniors whose shoes we ' ll be filling — But, there ' s more of us — another chance to make Phi Beta Kappa — another class of Coeds to see come in — another football season — maybe another Bowl Game — A few more cool ones down at Harry ' s or at the Curve-In in remembrance of the Choo and his reign — joining that club we ' ve wanted to for years — Basketball games — Tar Heels — Rushing • — and maybe a few more bricks to replace that good ole mud tradition! i« , . ..,., .- , «pigt " " ipij JUNIOR First Row: Thomas William Osier Abbott, Lambda Chi Alpha, Wynnewood, Pa.; Troy Bennett Abernethy, Bel- mont, N. C; David Massey Adams, Pi Koppo Alpha, Raleigh, N. C; Harvey Adams, Farmer, N. C; James Ronold Adams, Sigma Chi, Coconut Grove, Fla.; Belvin Franklin Akins, Norlina, N. C; Joseph Lindsay Albright, Zefa Psi, Greensboro, N. C; William Henry Aldridge, Jr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Burlington, N. C. Second Row: James Bryan Alexander, Alpha Sigma Phi, Greensboro, N, C; James Moffat Alexander, Statesville, N. C; Archie C. Allen, Asheville, N. C; Gary Walter Allen, Pi Koppo Alpha, Asheville, N. C.; Herbert McLomb Allen, Four Oak: , N. C.; Worth Bagley Allen, Jr., Raleigh, N. C.; John E. Allgood, Kittrell, N. C.; Nancy R. Allison, Sylvo, N. C. Third Row: Polly Frances Allison, Waynesville, N. C.; John Thompson Allred, Dunn, N. C.; Richard Brown Allsbrook, Alpha Tou Omega, Roanoke Rapids, N. C.; Cooledge Franklin Almond, Albemarle, N. C.; Reevis Staneil Alphin, Mount Olive, N. C.; William Alston, Louisburg, N. C; James Mocfie Anderson, Columbia, S C; John Albert Andrew, Albemarle, N. C. Fourth Row: Andrew A. Andrews, Wilmington, N. C; William Parker Andrews, Jr., Phi Delta Theto, Flat Rock, N. C; Thoma s Weldon Angel, Phi Kappa Sigma, Franklin, N. C; Pot Arrington, Southport, N. C; Philip Newell Atkinson, Alpho Tou Omego, Asheville, N. C; Ralph Jones Atkinson, Winston-Salem, N. C; William Henry Meacham Austin, Delta Sigma Pi, Smithfield, N. C; Emiie Richard Ayash, Wilmington, N. C. Fifth Row: Horry Williams Aycock, Franklin, N. C; Kenneth Aubrey Ayers, Lexington, N. C; John Curtis Bagg, Koppo Alpho, New Bern, N. C; Joenn Col Bailey, Sacramento, Calif,; Jeann Totum Bailey, Wheeling, W. Va,; Noel Wayne Baker, Alpho Koppo Psi, Rural Hall, N. C; Harry Lee Ballew, Asheville, N. C; John D. Borob, Jr., Phi Koppo Sigma, Atlantic City, N. J. :lass First Row: David Dennis Barber, 111, Raleigh, N. C; Mary Hodson Groover Bardin, Jacksonville, Fla.; Rupert David Barefoot, Raleigh, N. C; Julian Barker, Wilson, N. C.; Sidney J. Barker, Nantahala, N. C; Julian Banks Barnes, Enfield, N. C; Kyle Durland Barnes, Sigma Chi, Winston-Salem, N. C; Troy Thomas Barnes, Jr., Wilson, N. C, ' Second Row: Robert David Barnett, Charlotte, N. C; Charles Samuel Bartlett, Jr., Phi Kappa Alpha, Chapel Hill, N. C; Thomas Rector Bass, Newton, N. C; Kenneth Carroll Batchelor, Beulaville, N. C; Roy Batchelor, Greenville, N. C; Nancy P. Bates, Asheville, N. C; Arthur Carr Batson, Burgaw, N. C; Charles D. Beane, Romseur, N. C. Third Row: Joseph Hodgin Beasley, Randleman, N. C; Alfred John Beatty, Fairfield, Conn.; Charles Edison Beck, Greensboro, N. C; Arthur Settle Beckhom, Jr., Kappa Sigma, Statesville, N. C; Charles Eugene Behrens, Phi Delta Theto, Washington, D. C; James Hazel Belk, Monroe, N. C; Daniel Long Bell, Jr., Kappa Alpha, Pitts- boro, N. C; Helen Joyce Bell, Raleigh, N. C. Fourth Row: William S. Benbow, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Winston-Salem, N. C; George Lemuel Bennett, Jr., Wadesboro, N. C; Thomas Francis Bergin, Jr., Hun ' ington, L. I., N. Y,, Doran Joyce Berry, Fayetteville, N. C; Arthur Harold Bessey, Chapel Hill, N. C; Bess Wheeler Bettes, Orlando, Fla.; Harriet Ann Birmingham, Hamlet, N. C; Carolyn Moore Bishop, Scarbro, W. Vo. Fifth Row: M. Sue Black, Waco, N. C; William D. Black, Fayetteville, N. C; Robert Collins Blades, Delto Kappa Epsilon, New Bern, N. C; Harold Daniel Blalock, Winston-Salem, N. C; Clyde James Blonchard, Rocky Mount, N. C; Albert Stowe Blonkenship, Jr., Charlotte, N. C; Stuart Arnold Blevins, Charlotte, N. C; Jean Clay Bloom, Fayette, Mo. JUNIOR First Row: Frances Jane Blum, Winston-Salem, N. C; Eugene Fletcher Bobbitt, Warrenton, N. C; Jean Arden Boisseau, Roanoke, Va.; Paulo A. Boling, Asheville, N. C; Williom Dewey Boling, Jr., Pamplico, S. C; Helen Marie Bomar, Miami, Flo.; Daniel Clinton Boney, Jr., Chi Psi, Raleigh, N. C; Helen Jane Boone, Albemarle, N. C. Second Row: Emily Morgan Bostwick, Pine Plains, N. Y.; Joel King Bourne, Sigitio Nu, T orboro, N. C; James W. Bovender, Durham, N. C; Ralph Hartman Bowden, Theta Chi, Mocksville, N. C; William Augustus Bowen, Lambda Chi Alpha, Greenville, N. C; Helen Delano Bowie, Cumberland, Md.; Jacob Carroll Bowman, Beta Theta Pi, Mt. Airy, N. C; Robert Lewis Bowman, Walnut Cove, N. C. Third Row: Dolores Marie Beyer, Miami, Fla.; Bobby Thomas Boyette, Kenly, N. C; Harlan E. Boyles, Hickory, N. C; Isaac Fred Brady, Mebone, N. C; Joseph Wallace Brady, Jr., Tau Epsilon Phi, New York, N. Y.; Ralph W. Brake, Jr., Rowland, N. C; Fred Dennis Brammer, Charlotte, N. C; William P. Branch, Rich Square, N. C. Fourth Row: Robert Otho Brannon, Sigma Chi, Waynesville, N. C; Anne Logan Brewer, Birmingham, Ala.; Warren Calvin Brice, Jr., Charlotte, N. C; William Edward Bridges, Shelby, N. C; Alfred Cameron Brlnson, Arapahoe, N. C; Henry Cowles Bristol, Jr., Kappa Sigma, Statesville, N. C; Cloy Dwight Brittain, Lambda Chi Alpha, Graham, N. C; Hal Walker Broadfoot, Fayetteville, N. C. Fifth Row: Clyde Long Brooks, Roxboro, N. C; James William Brooks, Falcon, N. C; Audrey West Brown, Southern Pines, N. C; Burton Walter Brown, Southern Pines, N. C; Bynum Rhodes Brown, Pi Kappa Alpha, Murfreesboro, N. C; Charles Quentin Brown, Henderson, N. C; Edward Alvin Brown, Greensboro, N, C. 4lk Pagt 134 ILASS First Row: James Shea Brown, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Washington, D. C; John Simeon Brown, Wilmington, N. C; William Jackson Brown, Phi Kappa Sigma, Durham, N. C; Willis Donald Brown, Kenansville, N. C; James Nicholas Browne, III, Wilmington, N. C; William Alexander Buchan, Theta Chi, Chapel Hill, N. C; Horry Eugene Buchawa ' n, Phi Delta Theto, Hendersonville, N. C; Howard Edward Bunch, Jarvisburg, N. C. Second Row: Oscar Nesbitt Burgess, Jr., Charlotte, N. C; Philip Edward Burkhalter, Charlotte, N. C; Bill Anderson Burleson, Bokersville, N. C; Ann Hatch Burnette, Mount Olive, N. C; George Albert Burton, Rocky Mount, N. C; Marguerite Steele Burton, Raleigh, N. C; John William Burwell, Lambda Chi Alpha, Rutherford- ton, n ' . C; Wallace Bob Butler, Burlington, N. C. Third Row: Rufus Sisson Bynum, Alpha Tau Omega, Potsdam, N. Y.; Edwin Arnold Cahine, Fayetteville, N. C; Robert Brown Cain, High Point, N. C; Joseph Avery Callahan, Asheville, N. C; Sam James Colvert, Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Norfolk, Vo.; John Ralph Cambron, Asheville, N. C; Betty Cameron, Asheville, N. C; Anne Willets Campbell, Madison, N. J. Fourth Row: Corlyle Campbell, Jr., Raleigh, N. C; Robert Daniel Cantor, Pi Lambda Phi, Philadelphia, Pa.; Edsel Lincoln Carr, Hillsboro, N. C; Richard J. Carr, Plymouth, N. C; John Gorham Carr, Durham, N. C; John Marion Carson, Sigma Nu, Greensboro, N. C; Charles Douglas Carter, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Winston-Salem, N. C; Doris Ann Carter, Matthews, N. C. Fifth Row: Ernest Rowls Carter, Powellsville, N. C; Isabel Blount Carter, Washington, N. C; Louise Dryden Carter, Durham, N. C; Luther Reynolds Carter, Jr., Charlotte, N. C; Fred Gray Cash, Jr., Apex, N. C; Jean D. Cashion, Atlantic Beach, Flo.; John Allen Cotes, Raleigh, N. C; Marvin Wyott Gates, Hillsboro, N. C. f D Page 13 i JUNIOR First Row: Bob Bryan Cathey, Chi Psi, Asheville, N. C; Joe Barrow Chambliss, Zeta Psi, Rocky Mount, N. C; Jennings Ingram Chandler, Burlington, N. C; Nannette Chaplin, Columbia, N. C; John William Chapman, Charlotte, N. C; John Nathaniel Chatham, Durham, N. C; Norwood J. Cheek, Leaksville, N. C; George Saunders Cheesborough, Beta Theta Pi, Biltmore, N. C. Second Row: Clifton Russell Churn, Jr., Pi Koppo Alpha, Raleigh, N. C; Thomas Fleming Clordy, Delond, Flo.; Joseph Lee Clark, Lambda Chi Alpha, Raleigh, N. C; Rosa Nelle Clark, Wilson, N. C; James Edwin Clement, Sigma Chi, Raleigh, N. C; David Elwood Clinard, Jr., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Winston-Salem, N. C; Fred Albert Cloninger, Stanley, N. C; John Vines Cobb, Jr., Pinetops, N. C. Third Row: William Garrison Coble, Monroe, N. C; Michael Constontine Cockinos, Charlotte, N. C; David Reece Cockman, Spray, N. C; Richard Erie Cofield, Jr., Edenton, N. C; Fred Ludford Cohoon, Columbia, N. C; Harvey Colchamiro, Tau Epsilon Phi, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Stephen Reeves Cole, Lambda Chi Alpha, Burlington, N. C; Edward Lee Coley, Raleigh, N. C. Fourth Row: Robert Lee Coify, Durham, N. C; Robert B. Colkitt, Woynesville, N. C; Robert Hogue Colley, Chi Phi, Elon, N. C; Jackie Zennie Collins, Jacksonville, N. C; Johnston Fred Colvard, Jr., Chi Psi, Durham, N. C; Alan Wesley Compton, Gamer, N. C; Harold Benard Conley, Marion, N. C; Jane Roberts Conner, Hampton, Va. Fifth Row: Clyde Richard Conrad, Chi Phi, Greensboro, N. C; Henry B. Cooper, Koppo Alpha, Wake Forest, N. C; John Douglas Cooper, Cory, N. C; Herman Morton Coplon, Tou Epsilon Phi, New Bern, N. C; Clyde Edwards Corbett, Castle Hoyne, N. C; Oscar Edward Cordle, Sigma Nu, Norfolk, Va.; James Thomas Cornwell, Kappa Alpha, Charlotte, N. C; Phyllis Costner, Lincolnton, N. C, :lass First Row: Sam Bynum Cothran, Phi Gamma Delta, Rocky Mount, N. C; Somuel Furman Covington, Jr., Rock- ingham, N. C; James Cureton Cowan, Sigma Chi, Briston, N. C; James Kent Coward, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sylva, N. C; Ernest S. Cox, Tabor City, N. C; Sally Bland Cox, Alexandria, Va. Mary Steele Coxe, Biltmore, N. C; William Craft, Pi Kappa Atpho, Greensboro, N. C. Second Row: Allan Filmore Craig, Mount Holly, N. C; Charles William Craig, Mount Holly, N. C; Lunceford Creech, Delta Sigma Pi, Smithfield, N. C; William Barry Cregan, Theto Chi, Oaklyn, N. J.; William Frederick Crimmine, Jr., Greensboro, N. C; Matthew Clayborne Crisp, Jr., Phi Mu Alpha, Raleigh, N. C; Glenn S. Crook, Jr., Fayetteville, N. C; Jacob Lewis Cross, Lexington, N. C. Third Row: Thomas Harold Crowden, Zeto Psi, Henderson, N. C; George T. Crowell, Jr., Phi Delta Theta, Lenoir, N. C; Bernard O. Crowell, Jr., Phi Kappa Sigma, Hendersonville, N. C; Marjorie Livingston Crutchfield, Bronxville, N. Y.; Carol M. Cubine, Martinsville, Va.; Edwin Tate Culberson, Alpha Tau Omega, Washington, D. C; Joanne Goodwin Culler, Martinsville, Va.; Julius Albrecht Culp, Gastonia, N. C. Fourth Row: John Marvin Curlee, Ansonville, N. C; Edward Lamar Currence, Asheville, N. C; Jacequelyn Curry, Monticello, Ark.; Charles Winn Dalton, Asheville, N. C; Loula Lee Daniel, Shelby, N. C; George Radcliffe Darden, Sigma Nu, Camden, S. C; Truman Giffin Daughtridge, Rocky Mount, N. C; William Gray Daughtridge, Rocky Mount, N. C. Fifth Row: Joseph C. Doughtry, Faison, N. C; Travis Edwin Davenport, Phi Delta Theto, Rocky Mount, N. C; Alan Jesse Davis, Charlotte, N. C; Herbert Edward Davis, Raleigh, N. C; Kathleen Davis, Weldon, N. C; Robert Hampton Davis, Jr., Chi Phi, Richmond, Va.; George Dudley Daughtry, Lambda Chi Alpha, Wilmington, N. C; Horrell Darden, Orlando, Fla. Page 137 JUNIOR First Row: Robert Allison DeBordelnben, Phi Delta Theto, Greensboro, N. C; William Speight Debnam, Raleigh, N. C; Ruth Mary Degraff, Miami, Fla.; Joseph Leo Dewalt, Delta Phi Alpho, Dunn, N. C; Jean Ball DeWitt, Apex, ' N. C; John Wesley Deyton, Jr., Spruce Pine, N. C; Jomes Russell Dickens, Roanoke Rapids, N. C; John Edward Dickerson, Alexandria, Va. Second Row: Albert Maxcy Dickson, Chi Psi, Hyattsville, Md.; Jack Clork Dixon, Greensboro, N. C; Patricia Ann Dixon, Honolulu, T. H.; Steve Bland Dolley, Jr., Gostonia, N. C; Joseph J. Dorsett, Alpha Tou Omega, Ridge- wood, N. J.; Thomas Joseph Dougherty, Winston-Salem, N. C; Murdock Edward Dowd, Jr., Phi Gamma Delto, Dunn, N. C.; Samuel Murrow Downs, Alpha Koppo Psi, Fayetteville, N. C. Third Row: Frances Wood Drone, Monroe, N. C; George Franklin Drew, Live Oak, Flo.; Horace Mallard DuBase, Chi Phi, Winston-Salem, N. C; Nancy Lee Duckett, Raleigh, N. C; Bettie Ann Dudley, Birmingham, Ala.; John Edwin Duke, Goldsboro, N. C; Ryland Sherwood Duke, Pi Kappa Alpha, Murfreesboro, N. C.; William Benjamin Duke, Theta Chi, Goldsboro, N. C. Fourth Row: George Thomas Dunlop, III, Delto Kappa Epsilon, Asheville, N. C; Charles Raymond Duval, Fallston, N. C; Charles Wade Dwiggins, Jr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Greensboro, N. C.; Charles Henry Dyls, Jr., Charlotte, N. C; George Barton Dysart, Greenville, N. C; Alfred Leonard Dyson, Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Fayetteville, N. C; Charles Frederick Eddinger, North Wilkesboro, N. C; James Clyde Eddings, Jr., Gastonia, N. C. Fifth Row: Paul Burt Edmundson, Sigma Nu, Goldsboro, N. C; Beth Ellen Edwards, Sunbury, N. C; Philip Jackson Edwards, Raleigh, N. C; Robert A, Edwards, Jr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Raleigh, N. C; James Maxton Elliott, Asheville, N. C; John Wells Elliot, Roleigh, N. C; Sara Ellis, Plant City, Fla.; Robert Hampton Ellmore, Roxboro, N. C. Page 138 LASS First Row: Emory Elmore, III, Delto Psi, Rochester, N. Y.; Dewey Lee English, Jr., Phi Kappo Sigma, Monroe, N. C; Douglas Alva English, Maxton, N. C; Nancy Montoldo Eschholz, Greensboro, N. C; Debora Alice Enlnger, New Rochelle, N. Y.; Tom Hall Eubonks, Pineville. N. C ; Guy Carr Evans, Jr., Greenville, N. C; Robert H. Evans, Shelby, N. C. Second Row: James Everett, Doniphan, Mo.; Mary Scott Everett, Pi Beta Phi, Richmond, Va.; John D. Evers- mon, Jr., Flat Rock, N. C.; John Bunyon Exum, Jr., Sigma Nu, Rocky Mount, fM. C.; Patrick Henry Faircloth, Jr., Greensboro, N. C.; Betty Jane Faison, Faison, N. C.; Luther Stanley Faison, Knightdale, N. C; Thomas Ellison Faison, Lambda Chi Alpha, Hoverford, Pa. Third Row: Jake Irvin Farmer, Gostonia, N. C.; William Alfred Farrington, Kings Mountain, N. C.; Deno Steve Fasul, Foyetteville, N. C.; Richard Fayssoux, Jr., Arden, N. C; Will James Feltus, Kappa Alpha, Natchez, Miss.; Robert Rowland Fentress, Knotts Island, N. C; Miriam Eleanor Ferebee, Manteo, N. C.; Lindsay Coble Ferguson, Kappa Alpho, Durham, N, C. Fourth Row: Hal Dean Ferraro, Arcadia, Kansas; Marvin Lemuel Ferrell, Jr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Winston-Salem, N. C; Joseph Dewey Fesler, Pi Kappa Alpho, New Rochelle, N. Y.; Mary Elizabeth Fischelis, Philadelphia, Pa.; Paul Vincent Fitzgerald, Jr., Beta Theto Pi, Durham, N. C; Leonard B. Fleming, Oxford, N. C.; Percy Flowers, Jr., Chi Psi, Clayton, N. C; Elynor Ethelyn Fogel, Durham, N. C. Fifth Row: Harriet Jean Ford, Westport, Conn.; Ralph E. Forrest, New Bern, N. C; Harvey Clinton Foust, Jr., Snow Camp, N. C; Charles Dunsmore Fox, III, Roanoke, Va.; Cecil James Freeman, High Point, N. C; Harry LeRoy Fremd, Kappa Alpha, Canal Point, Fla.; John D. Fulk, Jr., Pilot Mountain, N. C; Spencer Marion Fulp, Charlotte, N. C, Page 139 JUNIOR First Row: William Richard Furches, Clemmons, N. C; Peter Demetrios Galanides, Phi Kappo Sigma, Norfolk, Va.; Charles Philip Gamble, Charlotte, N. C; Morris Lee Gamble, Charlotte, N. C; James Brooks Gardner, Angler, N. C; Walter Monroe Gardner, Pi Kappa Alpha, Worrenton, N. C; Harry Garland, Linville, N. C; Edward Lee Garner, Kappa Alpha, Pinehurst, N. C- Second Row: Margaret Blanche Garrett, Pi Beta Phi, Shreveport, La.; Robert Carl Garrett, Phi Kappa Sigma, Greensboro, N. C; Edwin Porter Gaston, Rhodhiss, N. C; Gordon Millard Gathin, Franklinville, N. C; Charles Robert Gilchirst, Jr., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Brown ' s Summit, N C; Reid Patterson Gilland, Charlotte, N. C; G. Robin Gilmore, Hillsboro, N. C; William Gerard Gilmore, Beta Theta Pi, Towson, Md. Third Row: Virginia Carol Glaser, West Orange, N. J.; Joseph Rodney Glasgow, Li ttleton, N. C; Thomas Edgar Glass, Jr., Apex, N. C; William Harold Glass, Raleigh, N, C.; Harold James Glosson, Chapel Hill, N. C; Charles Franklin Glover, Sims, N. C; Cleveland J. Glover, Jr., Wilson, N. C; Fred Weston Glover, Sigma Chi, Charlotte, N. C. Fourth Row: Ebe William Godwin, Wilmington, N. C; Ira David Godwin, Wilson, N. C; Louis Purvis Godwin, Pi Koppo Alpha, Asheville, N. C; Erwin S. Goldman, Pi Lambda Phi, Burlington, N. C; William Coe Goley, Jr., Graham, N. C; James Thomas Gooding, New Bern, N. C; Stanley David Goodman, Pi Lambda Phi, Norfolk, Va.; Arthur Fountain Goodwyn, Sigma Nu, Tarboro, N. C. Fifth Row: Austin Franklin Gore, Jr., Kinston, N. C; Allen Spach Goslen, Koppo Alpha, Winston-Salem, N. C; William Benjamin Goslen, Pfafftown, N. C; Robert Judson Gourley, Jr., Wolkertown, N. C; Perrin Wingate Gower, Zeto Psi, Raleigh, N. C; Felder Sharpe Graham, Chi Phi, Dawson, Ga.; Theodore Alexander Graham, Jr., Peachland, N. C; Norfleet Grant, New Bern, N. C. Page 140 :lass First Row: John B. Gray, Jr., Freeland, N. C; Arthur Lee Green, Jr., Winston-Salem, N. C; Franklin Eugene Green, Norfolk, Va.; Irving Leonard Greenspon, Tou Epsilon Phi, Newport News, Va.; John Walter Greer, Aberdeen, N. C; Thomas Wynne Gregory, Zeta Psi, Halifax, N. C; Thorne Gregory, Zeto Psi, Halifax, N. C; Jo Ann Griffin, Hopkinsville, Ky. Second Row: John Roger Griffin, Jr., Kappa Alpha, Aulander, N. C; Allan Leiand Griffiths, Leaksville, N. C; Bob Miller Grocme, Charlotte, N. C; George Hill Grover, III, Chi Psi, Trenton, N. J., Morie Edgerton Grubb, Toledo, Ohio; Elizabeth Ellis Gulon, New Bern, N. C; Malta Carolyn Guthrie, Chapel Hill, N. C; Cary Lee Guy, Angier, N. C. Third Row: Margaret Darden Gwaltney, Smithfield, Va.; James Minor Gwynn, Sigma Nu, Mexico, D. F. Mexico; Thomas Crawford Haddon, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Durham, N. C; Jock Tillman Hadley, Alpha Tou Omicron, Gaines- ville, Flo.; Richard Francis Haff, Burlington, N. C; Thomas Peter Hagan, Boston, Mass.; Billy R. Hale, Thomos- ville, N. C; James Osborne Hale, Pi Koppo Alpho, Winston-Salem, N. C. Fourth Row: Charles Winston Hall, Sanford, N. C; James Grayson Hall, Danbury, N. C; Roy Griffith Hall, Saluda, N. C; Wiley Seth Aaron Hall, Durham, N. C; William Leonard Holtiwonger, Jr., Hamlet, N. C; Melvin Lewis Hamby, Lexington, N. C; Helen Edwink Hamilton, Edgefield, S. C; Jimmy Roger Homrick, Kappa Alpha, Shelby, N. C. Fifth Row: James McClure Honey, Greenville, N. C; Glenn Abbott Harden, Greensboro, N. C; Philip Van Harrell, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Gatesville, N. C; William Norwood Harrell, Burgow, N. C; Wm. Fleming Ha-ring- ton, Sigma Nu, Greenville, N. C; Alma Lee Harris, Durham, N. C; Amos Cecil Harris, Forest City, N. C; Calvin Jerry Harris, Charlotte, N. C. JUNIOR First Row: Carlton Blue Harris, Carthage, N. C; Jack Rondall Harris, Lincolnton, N. C; Marvin Doyle Harris, Durham, N. C; Perry Felton Harris, Carthage, N. C; Willard Branch Harris, Areola, N. C; Winifred H. Harriss, Wilmington, N. C; Clarence W. Harrison, Jr., Charlotte, N. C; Bertram Jackson Hart, Jr., Kinston, N. C. Second Row: Frank Morville Harton, Charlotte, N. C; Robert W. Hortsoe, Weldon, N. C; John Thomas Harward, Jr., Durham, N. C; Ruth Marie Hatch, Charlotte, N. C; Mary Lagene Hatley, Hudson, N. C; Carroll Woodard Hawkins, Cove City, N. C; Robert Lawson Hawkins, Shelby, N. C; James Joseph Hoydock, Burling- ton, N. C. Third Row: Edward Julian Hayes, Cherryville, N. C; Anne Dewey Heartt, Raleigh, N. C; Hunt R. Hedrick, Danville, Va.; Loyd Hedrick, Phi Gommo Delta, Lexington, N. C; Anna Slack Henderson, Raleigh, N. C Charles Leonidas Herring, Alpha Epsilon Delta, La Grange, N. C; Horace Taylor Herring, Wolstonburg, N. C Harold Marion Hewell, Kappa Alpha, Greenville, S. C. Fourth Row: Millard Mial Heyward, Beta Theta Pi, Goldsboro, N. C; Carl Pyron Hice, Charlotte, N. C; Herman Edward Hickman, Winston-Salem, N. C; Faison Moseley Hicks, Faison, N. C; Curtis Leyburn High, Durham, N. C; Walter Ed Hight, Henderson, N. C; Geraldine Hilburn, Corrie, N. C; Arthur Copelond Hill, Zeta Psi, Kinston, N. C. Fifth Row: Quincy Alton Hill, Kinston, N. C; David Raymond Hinkle, Jr., Winston-Salem, N. C; Jack Edward Hobbs, Greensboro, N. C; Lewis L. Hobbs, ill, Sigma Nu, Chapel Hill, N, C; Richard Mendenhall Hobbs, Chapel Hill, N. C; Joyce Spruill Hodges, Norfolk, Vo.; Kenneth Robert Hoffman, Tau Epsilon Phi, New York, N. Y.; Robert Lodell Hoffman, Gastonio, N. C. Page 142 LASS First Row: Jean Ivey Hoffner, Greensboro, N. C; Robert Cloy Hogon, Chopel Hill, N. C; Margery Jean Hoggard, Florence, S. C; Ernest Jackson Holbrook, Jr., Kappa Sigma, High Point, N. C; Betty Page Holderby, Reidsville, N. C; William Stanley Holland, Wilmington, N. C; James Randall Holley, Aiken, S. C; Fletcher M. Hollings- worth, La Grange, N. f,. Second Row: Bob J. Holmes, Lambda Chi Alpha, Burlington, N C; Edward Shelton Holmes, Beta Theta Pi, Leoksville, N. C; Lotes Lee Holmes, Theta Chi, Broadway, N. C; James Oscar Holt, Jr., Alpha Tau Omega, Raleigh, N. C; Lawrence A. Holt, Jr., Brevard, N. C; John Lelond Honeycutt, Jr., Erwin, N. C; Ottis Honey- cutt, Jr., Erwin, N. C; Larry Dew Hooks, Fremont, N. C. Third Row: Frank Cyrus Hooper, Mossena, N. Y.; Robert Joyce Hooper, Reidsville, N. C; Jack Walker Hopkins, Fitzgerald, Go.; Hugh Spencer Horn, Durham, N. C; Horry H. Horton, Jr., Pi Kappa Alpho, Asheville, N. C; Robert Sworn Horton, Raleigh, N. C.; William Newton Hovis, Jr., Chi Psi, Charlotte, N. C; Herbert Hugh Howell, Kappa Alpha, Goldsboro, N. C. Fourth Row: Harold Rothwell Hoy, Winston-Salem, N. C; Josephine Copeland Hoyt, Washington, N. C; William M. Hudgins, Seaford, Va.; Albert Berry Hudson, Grimesland, N. C; Alice Coyner Hufford, Bluefield, Va.; Willard Wilson Huffman, Hickory, N. C; John Winder Hughes, Jr., Delta Kappa Epsilon, Wilmington, N. C; Williom Eugene Hull, Wilmington, N. C. Fifth Row: Laurence Brugger Humes, Robbinsville, N. C; Richard Frederick Hunt, Jr., Rocky Mount, N. C; Williom Robert Huntley, Spindale, N. C; Charles Baker Hutchins, Raleigh, N. C; June D. Hurst, Kannapolis, N, C; William David Hylond, Jr., Charlotte, N. C; Nancy Carolyn ller, St. Petersburg, Flo.; John Howard Ingle, Jr., Raleigh, N. C. JUNIOR First Row: James H. Ingram, Ingalls, N. C; John Randolph Ingram, Sigma Chi, Asheboro, N. C; David Leonard Isaacs, Tou Epsilon Phi, New York, N. Y.; John Calvin Isenhour, Charlotte, N, C; Barbara Billing Jackson, Kingsport, Tenn,; Larry Ross Jackson, Charlotte, N. C; Charlotte Marie James, Durham, N. C; John William James, Jr., Winston-Salem, N. C. Second Row: Vernon L. James, Liberty, N. C; Myra E. Jarosz, Graham, N. C; Irene Marshall Jeffreys, Golds- boro, N. C; Mary Ann Jeffreys, Goldsboro, N. C.; Richard Hampton Jenrette, Chi Psi, Raleigh, N. C; Patricia Ann Jewell, Gainesville, Ga.; David Mills Johnson, Bunn, N. C; Edwin Eure Johnson, Sigma Nu, Rocky Mount, N. C. Third Row: James William Johnson, Kappa Alpha, High Point, N. C; Melvarene Alenio Johnson, Dunn, N. C; Richard Earl Johnson, Randleman, N, C; Shirley Anne Johnson, Mount Airy, N. C; Willis Jefferson Johnson, Jr., Wallace, N. C; Alden Garland Jonas, Phi Delta Theta, Ponte Vedra Beach, Flo.; Durword Spencer Jones, Phi Kappa Sigma, Winston-Salem, N. C; Frederick Samuel Jones, Grassy Creek, N. C. Fourth Row: Graham Eugene Jones, Winston-Salem, N. C; John William Jones, Chi Phi, Charlotte, N. C; Leslie Edward Jones, Jr., Sigma Nu, Norfolk, Va.; Mary Lee Jones, Raleigh, N. C; Mary Virginia Jones, Wash- ington, D. C; May Katherine Jones, Schuyler, Va.; Miriam R. Jones, Anderson, S. C; Rial Cooper Jones, Oxford, N. C. Fifth Row: Ronald Arthur Jones, Chi Psi, Raleigh, N. C; William Wright Jones, Jr., Chi Psi, Raleigh, N. C; Wilma Jane Jones, Memphis, Tenn.; Edwin Saunders Jordan, Carolina Beach, N. C; John C. Jordan, Mebone, N. C; Jay Harris Joseph, Pi Lambdo Phi, Vineland, N. J.; Susan Spruill Joyner, Wilson, N. C; Clarence Russell Joyce, High Point, N. C. :lass First Row: Earl Teague Justice, Clinton, N. C; Baldwin Kohn, Zeto Beta Tou, Savannah, Ga.; Henry Filmore Kale, Jr., Mt. Holly, N. C; Herbert Paul Koplan, Durham, N. C; Carolyn Elizabeth Kay, Charlotte, N. C; Dick Kearns, Asheboro, N. C; Mary MacDonald Kear, Chapel Hill, N. C; Cameron H, Keels, Jr., McColl, S. C. Second Row: Paul Keenan, Jr., Chi Psi, New York, N. Y.; Hurshell Hal Keener, Lenoir, N. C; Matthew Thomas Kelly, Phillips, Wisconsin; Philip Sharpies Kemp, Goldsboro, N. C; Eugene Hammet Kendall, Phi Delta Theta, Johns, N. C; John Locy Kennedy, Chi Psi, Fayetteville, N C; Nevin Kennedy, III, Delto Psi, Atlanta, Ga.; Philip Houston Kennedy, Charlotte, N. C. Third Row: Bennie L. King, Warren Plains, N. C; Samuel McLean King, Greensboro, N. C; Thomas Richard Kinnebrew, Americus, Go.; George C. Kirby, Roxboro, N. C; Guy Smith Kirby, Kappa Alpha, Marion, N. C; Robert Lanaom Kirby, Kappa Alpha, Charlotte, N. C; Eugene Hoyle Kirkman, Durham, N. C; William Gar- land KIrkman, Durham, N. C. Fourth Row: Milo Orton Kirkpatrick, Jr., Charlotte, N. C; Lyie Edsel Kiser, King, N. C; Michael Luther Kiser, Jr., Chi Phi, Spencer, N. C; Leon Lewis Kittrell, Jr., Ayden, N. C; Allen Russell Koenig, Jr., Phi Gamma Delta, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Calvm Battle Koonce, Kappa Sigma, Raleigh, N. C; Elizabeth Ann Kornegay, Goldsboro, N. C; James H. Kraus, Wilmington, N. C. Fifth Row: Kenneth Morris Kriegsman, Greensboro, N. C; Stuart Kuykendoll, Kappa Sigma, Greensboro, N. C; Benjamin Pully Lacy, Durham, N. C; Harry Lee Lancaster, Clayton, N. C; James Vernon Landis, Rocky Mount, N. C; Carol Jack Lane, Morganton, N. C; Marshall Ross Lane, Morganton, N. C; Bill Frye Loney, Lenoir, N. C. JUNIOR Firs ' Row: Carl Thomas Lasley, Jr., Chapel Hill, N. C; Billy Winfield Lossiter, Durham, N. C; Jane Spivey Lossiter, Weldon, N. C; Talley Edward Lassiter, Troy, N. C; Don Richard Lotto, Lambda Chi Alpha, Greens- boro, n ' C; Alice Byrne Loughlin, Port Washington, N. Y.; George Willord Laws, Durham, N. C; Anthony Bloke Leckie, Chi Phi, Lumberton, N. C. Second Row: Colvin Theodore Leonard, Jr., Sigma Chi, Greensboro, N. C; George Alan Leonard, Nashville, N. C; Rodney Lone Leonard, Lexington, N. C; Gene Ann Lester, Wilson, N. C; Leayle Levi, Jr., St. Thomas, Virgin Islonds; George Buford Lewis, Winston-Salem, N. C; Harrison Lewis, Cashiers, N. C; Koy Eugene Lewis, Sigma Chi, Beaver, Pa. Third Row: Jock Alexander Lewis, Gostonio, N. C; James Boyd Lewis, Gastonio, N. C; Jerome E. Lewis, Chi Psi, Asheville, N. C; Joseph David Lewis, Jr., Fayetteville, N. C; Leonard Albert Liberman, Tau Epsilon Phi, Wallace, N. C.; Anrne Morion Lide, Florence, S. C; Howard Lieber, Tau Epsilon Phi, Gastonio, N. C; Jane Augusta Lindsay, Greenville, S. C. Fourth Row: Cleoton Melvin Lindsey, Jr., Pittsboro, N. C; Max Gregson Lindsey, Draper, N. C; Kenneth Potton Lmdsley, Jr , Pi Kappa Alpha, Williomston, N. C; Adrian Smith Lineberger, Chapel Hill, N. C; Charles M. Lineberry, Charlotte, N. C; Louis Charles Lineberry, Jr., Asheville, N. C; Harry Bonner Litchfield, Jr., Aurora, N. C; Harry Ever Little, Chapel Hill, N. C. Fifth Row: Roso Parsons Little, Wodesboro, N. C; Herbert Hoover Liverman, Columbia, N. C; William Abram Lockord, II, Harrisonburg, Va.; Edgar Roy Loessin, Phi Delta Theta, Houston, Texas; Henry Victor Lofquist, Jr., Asheville, N. C; Morion Elmo Loftin, Trenton, N. C; Carolyn Louise Long, Roxboro, N. C; John Samuel Long, Winston-Salem, N. C. Page 146 :lass First Row: Leonard Lopez, Lambda Chi Alpha, Burlington, N. C; John Ralph Lore, Lenoir, N. C; Richard Taylor Lowe, Mt Airy, N. C; Roberta Louise Lucas, Gostonia, N. C; Eunice Eldridge Ludlum, Shallotte, N. C; Allen Karl Ludwicl , Greensburg, Pc; Fulton Reaves Lupo, Fairmont, N. C; Robert Michael Luxenberg, Pi Lambda Phi, New York, N. Y. Second Row: Daniel Andrew Lynch, Jr., Winston-Salem, N. C; Walter Kenneth Lynch, Selma, N. C; Jane Dorothy Lyons, Tryon, N. C; Betty MacCallum, Lumbertcn, N. C; Duncan Ian MocCalman, Phi Gamma Delta, Nyack, N. Y.; Thomas Miles MacGlothlin, Jr., Pi Kappa Phi, Norfolk, Va.; Charles B. MocRae, Jr., Fayetteville, N. C; Eurid Reid McAuley, Phi Kappa Sigma, Charlotte, N. C. Third Row: Van A. McAuley, Greenville, S. C; John Newton McCall, Charlotte, N. C; Billie Marie McCalla, Charleston, W. Va.; Lloyd Curtis McCoskill, Laurinburg, N. C; Wesley Ray McCaskill, Pinebluff, N. C; Bene- dict Yates McConnell, Kappa Alpha, Gostonia, N. C; George Eugene McCorkle, Charlotte, N. C; John Alex- ander McCrary, Jr., Kappa Sigma, Lexington, N. C. Fourth Row: Walter McCraw, Burlington, N. C; AndreA Holmes McDaniel, Forest City, N. C; Michael C. D. McDaniel, Mt. Pleasant, N. C; William James McDonald, Carolina Beach, N. C; Iris Holt McEwen, Burling- ton, N. C; Norman Fuller McGill, Jr., Kings Mountain, N. C; Robert Edgar McGilvary, Durham, N. C; Barbara Rose Mclntyre, Goldsboro, N. C. Fifth Row: John Williom McKell, Washington, N. C; Claude Eugene McKinney, Walkertown, N. C; Clorence Reid McLain, Lenoir, N. C; Sue E. McLaughlin, Miami Beach, Fla.; Mary Mc Lendon, Lexington, N. C; Francis Joseph McMohon, Jr., Phi Kappa Sigma, Asheville, N. C; Mary Evelyn McNeill, Sanford, N. C; William Edgar McPherson, Jr., Mebane, N. C. JUNIOR First Row: Henry McWhirter, Shelby, N. C; Nancy Macnab, Baltimore, Md.; Jomes A. Madison, Sylva, N. C; James Mark Mohan, Syracuse, N. Y.; Williom August Mahler, Jr., Torboro, N. C; Julian Wilson Maness, Greensboro, N. C; Thomas Lee Maness, Kappa Sigma, Concord, N. C; Horace Desmond Mann, Jr., Ports- mouth, Va. Second Row: Dorothy Jane Monss, Wilmington, Del.; Bernice Shirley Morgol, Jacksonville, Fla,; Thalius Jack- son Markham, Durham, N. C; Billy Sloan Martin, Olin, N. C; Elsie Rozelle Martin, Raleigh, N. C; John Rufus Martin, Winston-Salem, N. C; Silvio Gardiol Martinat, Lenoir, N. C; Lawrence M. Mason, Alpha Tau Omega, Charlotte, N. C. Third Row: Alda Faye Massengill, Kinston, N. C; Portia Shirley Mothews, Virginia Beach, Vo.; Edna Mildred Matthes, Wilmington, N. C; David D. Matthews, Durham, N. C; Fred Robert Matthews, Chi Psi, Asheville, N. C; Malcolm John Matthews, Pocomoke City, Md.; Joel Lee Mauldin, Albemarle, N. C; William DeVane Maultsby, Lambda Chi Alpha, Newton Grove, N. C. Fourth Row: Ann Harris Mayberry, Elkin, N. C; Richard Chatham Mayberry, Kappa Sigma, Elkin, N. C; Donald James Maynard, Garden City South, N. Y.; S. Keith Meads, Shawboro, N. C; John David Medling, Jr., Asheville, N. C; Archie Dowe Meekins, Midway Park, N. C; Amory Mellen, Jr., Sigma Nu, Wilson, Kl. C; William A, Melton, Danville, Vo. Fifth Row: Charles Edward Melvin, Chi Psi, Greensboro, N. C; Sue Mendelsohn, New York, N. Y.; Jacqueline Lee Merritt, Chapel Hill, N. C; James Lee Merritt. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Statesville, N. C; Richard G. Messenger, Sigma Nu, West Hartford, Conn ; Anthony Raymond Miele, Foyetteville, N. C; Clarence David Miller, Charlotte, N. C; Edith Evelyn Miller, Falls Church, Va. O 1! n p Q. , ILASS First Row: Frank Otis Miller, Jr., Delta Psi, Winston-Salem, N. C; George William Miller, Cowen, W. Va.; Nick John Miller, Pi Koppa Alpha, Charlotte, N. C; Phyllis Ann Miller, Jacksonville, Flo.; Rachel Ann Miller, Berlin, Pa.; James Arthur Mills, Chapel Hill, N. C; Emma Jean Minshew, Raleigh, N. C; Margaret Frances Minter, Durham, N. C. Second Row: Charles Burrell Mitchell, Jr., Durham, N. C; Glenn Odell Mitchell, Greensboro, N. C; Herbert Thomas Mitchell, Chi Phi, Asheville, N. C; John William Mobley, Wilmington, N. C; Edwin Moline, Jr., Augusta, Ga.; Jack Wiley Money, Winston-Salem, N. C; James Edward Montague, Phi Delta Theta, Oxford, N. C; Walter Scott Montgomery, Jr., Kappa Sigma, Spartanburg, S. C. Third Row: Jock Woldron Moody, Ploinfield, N. J.; Peggy A. Moon, Hilo, Hawaii; Robert Joseph Mooney, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.; Albert Frank Moore, Lombda Chi Alpha, Timmonsville, S. C; Billie Forester Moore, North Wilkesboro, N. C; Elizabeth Moore, Deico, N. C; James Wilson Moore, Asheboro, N. C; Nathaniel Henry Moore, Washington, N. C. Fourth Row: Peter Allstatt Moore, Alpha Tau Omejo, Doylestown, Pa.; Roy Neal Moore, Leoksville, N. C. Thomas Phillip Moore, Rutherfordton, N. C; William Prince Moore, Raleigh, N. C; Hugh Reeves Morehead, Mooresboro, N. C; Charles Hilton Morris, Jr., Albemarle, N. C; Donald Sosser Morris, Aulander, N. C; Elizabeth Jane Morris, Gastonia, N. C. Fifth Row: Jock C. Morris, Stanley, N. C; William Joseph Morris, Burgaw, N. C; William White Morris, Besse- mer City, N. C; Betty Noble Morrison, Asheville, N. C; Warren Dale Morrison, Jr., Chi Phi, Miami, Fla.; Helen Dixon Morrow, Chapel Hill, N. C; Joe Andrew Morrow, Woynesville, N. C; Tiny Marguerite Morrow, Henderson- ville, N, C. JUNIOR First Row ; Chorles Sidney Morse, Tampa, Fla.; John Wooten Moseley, Kappa Sigma, Kinston, N. C; Oli Warren Mowry, Charlotte, N. C; Richard Phanay Mullis, Charlotte, N. C; John Reid Murchison, Sigma Al[ Epsilon, Wilmington, N. C.; Arthur Gage Murphey, Macon, Miss.; Jocquelyn Ann Murray, Mountain Hor Tenn.; Austin S. Myers, East Haddam, Conn. Second Row: Horace Thomas Myers, Laurinburg, N. C; Herbert Nachman, Jr., Zeto Beta Tau, Augusta, Go.; Jerrod Thomas Nance, Asheville, N. C; James Harold Nash, Kannapolis, N. C; Marvin Nimmo Nathan, Tau Epsilon Phi, Norfolk, Va.; Jane Wiley Neighbours, Stephenville, Texas; Helen Joyce Nelson, Greenville, N. C; John Norman Newton, Dunn, N. C. Third Row: Herbert Alton Nobles, Rocky Mount, N. C; Robert Earl Noell, Greensboro, N. C; Thomas Beckwith Northington, Roanoke Rapids, N. C; Charles Allan Northend, Phi Gamma Delta, Dartona, N. C; Dorothy Ramirez Northup, Winston-Salem, N. C; Nina Pope Norvell, Savannah, Go.; James Bernice O ' Neal, Durham, N. C; Fred Nash Ogden, Jr., Chi Phi, New Orleans, La. Fourth Row: Hubert Ethridge Olive, Kappo Sigma, Lexington, N. C; Martha Anne Olsen, Raleigh, N. C; Warren E. Olsen, Alpha Chi Sigma, Long Island, N. Y.; Charles Edward Osborne, Alpha Chi Sigma, Hendersonville, N. C; Lula Little Overton, Wadesboro, N. C; Lenwood Padgett, Maple Hill, N, C; Robert W. Padrick, Fort Pierce, Flo.; Horvev Allsbrook Page, Sigma Nu, Rocky Mount, N. C. Fifth Row: Robert James Page, Phi Delta Theto, Flushing, N. Y.; Mary Key Palmer, Lewisburg, W. Va.; Paul Vosilios Poppas, Sigma Kappa Epsilon, Winston-Salem, N. C; Walter Hoytt Paramore, Henderson, N. C; Richard Ernest Poschol, Reidsville, N. C; John Wiley Pass, Roxboro, N. C; Richard Larry Patterson, Pilot Moun- tain, N. C; Archie Ray Potton, Jr., Nebo, N. C. J? S ,« ILASS First Row: Charles Frederick Patton, Morganton, N. C; Robert Benjamin Payne, Gastonia, N. C; Bertram Jack Pearson, Tau Epsibn Phi, Kinston, N. C; Clarence L. Pearson, Jr., Spring Hope, N. C; Marion Wooten Peebles, Jr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Lav renceville, Va.; Cauley Jefferson Peek, Asheville, N. C; Hilda Alberta P l nrcUv f rpfinchnro M C ■ FlK n ( nrhnm Pf l! f hnrlnttp N C Pekarsky, Greensboro, N. C; Ellyn Gorham Pell, Charlotte, N. C Second Row: Alton Ronald Pennington, Black Creek, N. C; John Weldon Pennington, Kappa Alpha, Mocks- ville, N. C; Oliver Cromwell Pennington, Jr., Chi Phi, Raleigh, N. C; William Gaston Penry, Denton, N. C; Albert Froser Perry, Jr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Wilmington, N. C; Bennett H. Perry, Zeto Psi, Henderson, N. C; Betsy Rosalyn Perry, Durham, N. C; Robert Sidney Perry, McCain, N. C. Third Row: Robert Jackson Phillips, Asheboro, N. C; Rupert A. Phillips, Jr., Sigmo Chi, Kinston, N. C; Eugene Hadley Pickett, Raleigh, N. C; Robert Glenn Pipkin, Jr., Statesville, N. C; Ralph Stanley Pittman, St. Pauls, N. C; Peyton Edward Pitts, Wilmington, N. C; John Dates Plonk, Jr., Kings Mountain, N. C; Jomes Davis Poag, Bel-a Theta Pi, Greenville, S. C. Fourth Row: Jesse Lee Poindexter, Jr., Chi Phi, East Bend, N. C; Franklin Rockwell Poisson, Phi Gamma Delta, Wilmington, N. C; Gerrit Willem Polet, Katwykaan Zee, Holland; Lila Mills Ponder, Miami, Fla.; Clay Abernathy Poole, New Hill, N. C; Hampton Rochelle Poole, Fronklinville, N. C; Phillip Dayton Poole, Clayton, N. C; Robert Howard Poole, Jr., St. Pauls, N. C. Fifth Row: Lee Southerlond Potter, Aurora, N. C; Louis Eugene_Potts, Highlands, N. C; Charles Harris Powell, Asheville, N. C; Charles Benton Pratt, Madison, N. C; Edmund Watson Price, Trenton, N. J.; Francis Edward Price, Jr., Sigma Alpho Epsilon, Bethel, N. C; Herman McDonald Price, Avon, N. C; Elizabeth Taylor Prior, Troy, Pa. ft 9 f ( p a J? P f JUNIOR FirsT Row: Joseph Brown Proctor, Chi Psi, Whiteville, N. C; Alfred E. Pruitt, Raleigh, N. C; William Thomas Pruitt, Danville, Va.; James William Purdum, Louisville, Ky.; David Alexander Roe, Rock Hill, S. C; John C. Rae, Chapel Hill, N. C; James Howard Romseur, Bessemer City, N. C; Guy Wooland Rawls, Jr., Pi Koppo Alpha, Raleigh, N. C. Second Row: Enno Thomssen Reckenoorf, Chapel Hill, N. C; John Elwood Reed, Pi Kappa Phi, Badin, N. C; Paul Allen Reichle, Jr., Alpha Tau Omega, Fayetteville, N. C; Millard Roland Rich, Jr., Lumberton, N. C; Alice Carter Richardson, Chester, S. C; Julia Kinsley Richardson, Lewisburg, W, Va.; Maurice Baker Richardson, Whiteville, N. C; Joyce Frances Richert, Raleigh, N. C. Third Row: Nancy Lee Richmond, Alpho Delta Pi, Danville, Va.; William Frederick Riddle, Sandford, N. C; George Letell Rights, Winston-Salem, N. C; Barbara Jean Ripley, Farmington, Conn.; Harvey Edward Ritch, Charlotte, N. C; Orice Alexander Ritch, Charlotte, N. C; Robert Sanders Roberson, Smithfield, N. C; Helen Cornelia Roberson, Durham, N. C. Fourth Row: William Doggett Roberson, Charlotte, N. C; Marshall Hall Roberts, Jr., Beta Theta Pi, Louisville, Ky.; Robert Ralph Roberts, Broadway, N. C; Edwin Moring Robins, Lambda Chi Alpha, Greensboro, N. C; Lila Lee ' Robinson, Stephens City, Va.; Holly Robson, Raleigh, N. C; Carl William Rogers, Durham, N. C; James Preston Rogers, Jr., Asheville, N. C. Fifth Row: Julius Talmoge Rogers, Asheville, N. C; Lee McDonald Rogers, Roxboro, N. C; Richard Eugene Rogers, Pi Kappa Alpha, Williamston, N. C; Robert Rohe, Bronxville, N. Y.; Harold Watkins Rollins, Bostic, N. C.; ' Charlotte Rosenberg, Chapel Hill, N. C; Julian W. Ross, Jr., Sigma Nu, Elizabeth City, N. C; Vernon Lee Ross, Greensboro, N. C. P Jg - ' MM ' :lass First Row: Harold Floyd Rouse, Phi Delto Theto, Formville, N. C; William Edward Rouse, Jr., Raleigh, N. C; Harvey Barron Ruffin, Zeto Psi, Wilson, N. C; Jim Pierson, Winston-Salem, N. C; Evelyn Louise Ruspana, Park Ridge, N. J.; John Robert Russell, Formville, N. C; Angelos Nick Russos, Raleigh, N. C; Robert James Ruther- ford, Jr., Phi Kappa Sigma, Durham, N. C. Second Row: William Edward Rutherford, Glen Rock, N. J.; John Donald Sadler, Pi Kappa Alpha, Torboro, N. C; James Bentley Sanders, Asheville, N. C; Judith Ann Sonford, Chatham, N. J.; Perry M. Sopperstein, Tou Epsilon Phi, Gastonia, N. C; Joe Overton Sargent, Sigma Nu, Raleigh, N. C; Robert Linwood Sotterfield, Prospect Hill, N. C; Marvin Futran Saunders, Durham, N. C. Third Row: Ruth Clark Saunders, Lumberton, N. C; Sara Jean Schaefer, Asheboro, N. C; Franklin Lonnie Schell, Stotesville, N. C; David Wer Schesmeshorn, Delta Psi, Oakland, N. J.; Catherine McLaughlin Schiff, Charlotte, N. C; John Shepley Schofield, III, Kappa Alpha, Macon, Go.; Cecil Leonard Schultz, Jr., Holtsville, L. I., N, Y.; Ben A. Scott, Jr., Henderson, N. C. Fourth Row: David Louis Seitz, Winston-Solem, N. C; Theodore E. Sellers, Charlotte, N. C; John Richardson Senter, Roleigh, N. C; Beverly Jean Serr, Arlington, Va.; Basil Warren Seymore, Sanford, N. C; Charles Edward Sharp, Greensboro, N. C; Alexander Turner Show, Jr., Raleigh, N. C; Catherine Shriver Shaw, Wagrom, N. C. Fifth Row: James Borron Show, Leaksville, N. C; Richard Frank Show, Midway Park, N. C; Sherrill Wayne Shaw, Rondlemon, N. C; Charles Monroe Sheets, Lexington, N. C; Lyman Wilson Sheppard, Rowland, N. C; Elmo D. Sparks, Charlotte, N. C; Joyce Mae Spear, Wellesley Hills, Moss.; Graham Venning Spence, Norfolk, Va. ■ft JUNIOR First Row: William Johnston Spillers, Kappa Sigma, Winston-Salem, N. C; Richard Jackson Squires, Carrboro, N. C; William Luther Stark, Oxford, N. C.; Carolyn Kennedy Stallings, Concord, N. C; James Gorden Stollings, Charlotte, N. C; Betty Link Stamey, Rutherfordton, N. C; Frank Milliard Starnes, Cherryville, N. C; George Battle Stoton, Rocky Mount, N. C. Second Row: Princess Anne Stellings, Wilmington, N. C; Cecil Ertle Stephens, Lumberton, N. C; Wallace Watson Stephenson, Severn, N. C; Willis William Stephenson, Severn, N. C; Milton Graham Stewart, Erwin, N. C; Oliver Conrad Stewart, Chapel Hill, N. C; Mildred Heath Stocks, Waistonburg, N. C; Marvel Kathryn Stokes Stokes, N. C. Third Row: Lois Marie Stone, Charlotte, N. C; Margaret Wood Story, Raleigh, N. C; Howard H. Strandberg, Jr., Zeto Psi, Rocky Mount, N. C; John Bailey Stratford, Jr., Kappa Sigma, Graham, N. C; Francis Maguire Strong, Delta Psi, Arlington, Mass.; John S. Stump, Kappa Alpha, Clarksburg, W, Va.; Robert Lee Sturdivant, Lambda Chi Alpha, Cory, N. C; Edward Lee Styers, Pi Kappa Phi, Greensboro, N. C. Fourth Row: George Frank Styron, Goldsboro, N. C; Palmer I. Sugg, Kinston, N. C; Daniel Joseph Sullivan, Jr., Phi Kappa Sigma, Pennsgrove, N. J.; Ann Sulzberger, New York, N. Y.; Charles Waddell Summerlin, Durham, N. C; Robert Lee Summerlin, Mt. Olive, N. C; William John Sunos, Sigma Chi, Durham, N. C; Calvin Hoover Surles, Roseboro, N. C. Fifth Row: Mary Micou Suratt, Glen Rock, N. J.; Rachel Ann Sutton, Sylvo, N, C; Frances Virginia Sweat, Charlotte, N. C; Carlton H. Swift, Sugar Grove, N. C; John Thomas Sherrill, Granite Falls, N. C; Fred Edward Sherman, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.; Watson Newberry Sherrod, Enfield, N. C; George Bernard Shields, Newport News, Va. :lass First Row: Robert D. Shore, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Winston-Salem, N. C; Charles Briggs Siceloff, Jr., Phi Gamma Delta, Williamston, N. C; Herman A. Sieber, Delta Phi Alpha, Hendersonville, N. C; Ruth Wilkins Sikes, Monroe, N. C; Irving Samuel Silver, Tau Epsilon Phi, High Point, N. C; Gene Laughlin Simmons, Marion, N. C; Eleanor Simms, Blanton, Ala.; Herbert Henry Sims, Greensboro, N. C. Second Row: William Henry Singleton, III, Raleigh, N. C; William Pailin Skinner, Jr., Zeta Psi, Elizabeth City, N. C; Robert Moderwell Sloan, Kappa Alpha, Winston-Salem, N. C; Bebe Smith, Charlotte, N. C; Chorles Thomas Smith, Lumberton, N. C; Charles Wesley Smith, High Point, N, C; Claude Ervin Smith, Jr., High Point, N. C; Dan A. Smith, Jr., Winston-Salem, N. C. Third Row: Don Chewding Smith, Charlotte, N. C; Gene Patrick Smith, Fayetteville, N. C; George Dee Smith, Winston-Solem, N. C; James Douglas Smith, Delto Psi, Montvole, Va.; Jimmie Howard Smith, Savannah, Ga.; Nancy Jean Smith, Mount Kisco, N. Y.; Paul W. Smith, Fayetteville, N. C; Ray Ellison Smith, Mount Olive, N. C. Fourth Row: Ruffin Smith, Charlotte, N. C; William Burke Smith, Raleigh, N. C; William Oliver Smith, Jr., Kappa Sigmo, Raleigh, N. C; Winston Smith, Eilijay, Go.; John Wilson Smitherman, Kappa Sigma, Winston- Salem. N. C; Grevilda Wilhelmino Snider, Denton, N. C; Charles Goodrich Snow, Sigma Nu, Chapel Hill, N. C; Robert Hairston Snow, Sigmo Nu, Chapel Hill, N, C. Fifth Row: James Nicholas Sowell, Charlotte, N. C; William Laddie Sowers, Lexington, N. C; Albert Doyle Spain, Phi Koppo Sigma, Durham, N. C; Mary Spainhour, Lenoir, N. C; Maurice E. Talbot, Fayetteville, N. C; Peggy Jean Tollant, Hickory, N. C; Lardric B. Tanner, Jr., Liberty, N. C; Charles Elisho Taylor, New York, N. Y. .i L JUNIOR First Row: Harold M. Taylor, Wilson, N. C; Harvey Holt Taylor, Erwin, N. C; Luther Eddice Taylor, Poison, N. C; Margaret Lewis Taylor, Chapel Hill, N. C; Dorothy Glenn Teague, Winston-Salem, N. C; John Teiglond, Jr., Medford, N. J.; Thomas Brevard Templeton, Mooresville, N. C; Simon Fleming Terrell, Worrenton, N. C. Second Row: Hubert Dallas Terry, Aulander, N. C; Billy L. Tevepaugh, Kannapolis, N. C; Henry Hibbard Thatcher, Lookout Mountain, Tenn.; Marie-Jose Theisen, Luxembourg, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg; Emory Augustus ' Thomas, Winston-Salem, N. C; Gerald Donald Thomas, Greensboro, N. C; James Phillips Thomas, Phi Delto Theta, Baltimore, Md.; Robert Edward Thomas, Portsmouth, Va. Third Row: Sarah Miller Thomas, Worrenton, N. C.; Fred Bryant Thompson, Rocky Mount, N. C.; Jock Kester Thompson, Sigma Chi, Salisbury, N. C; Nancy Sue Thompson, Pittsboro, N. C; Russell Aubrey Thompson, Jr., Zeto Psi, Wilson, N. C; Joseph Carlyle Thornburg, Cherryville, N. C.; William Edgar Thornton, Faison, N. C; Lucile Elizabeth Thrash, Asheville, N. C. Fourth Row: Justus Tice, Williamston, N. C; Anne Langdon Townsend, Marshall, Vo,; Leonard Aycock Townsend, Durham, N. C; Charles Elmendorf Trade, Henderson, N. C; William Hubert Traywick, Marshville, N. C; Chesley Addison Trice, Jr., Durham, N. C; Wilson Davis Trotter, Sigmo Alpha Epsilon, Spray, N. C; Glenn Essiatt Troutman, Statesville, N. C. Fifth Row: Joseph Alan Tucker, Asheville, N. C; Marion Gray Tucker, Monroe, N. C; Virgil Artemus Tucker, Moyodon, N. C; Eastwood Gibbs Turlington, Dunn, N. C; Ellen Rigby Turlington, Chevy Chose, Md.; Alvis G. Turner, Jr., Droper, N. C; Henry Elliott Turner, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Asheville, N. C; Marion Nolan Turner, Greensboro, N. C. f K _ f Page 156 CLASS First Row: Sidney Bumpass Turner, Jr., Durham, N. C; Hubert Durwood Tyndall, Pikeville, N. C; Robert Ho-.iQrd Tyndall, Roseboro, N. C; John Gordon Ulmer, Jr., Hemingway, S. C; John Roberts Umstead, Durham, N. C; Walter W. Umstead, Sigma Nu, Durham, N. C; James Morton Dixon Underwood, Winston-Salem, N. C; Mary Susan Upchurch, Danville, Vo. Seco Ma Vea ond Row: Beverly Jeanne Utiey, Liberty, N. C; Henry Taylor Vaden, Phi Delta Theta, Washington, D. C; uro George Valentine, Chi Phi, Bronxville, N. Y.; Rosalie Anderson Varn, Petersburg, Vc; Jasper Robert 3sey, Fuquay Springs, N. C; Joyce White Veasey, Raleigh, N. C; David Collard Venable, Washington, D. C; ' rnp A Ipvnnrlor Vpctnl Fnvpttpvillp N C ' »- J 7 luv wu _, ....yj, .... w., J George Alexander Vestal, Fovetteville, N. C Third Row: Robert Harrell Vinson, Ahoskie, N. C; Walling Douglas Vreeland, Jr., Fort Bragg, N. C.; Gene Ruth VanCamp, Southern Pines, N. C; Ralph Dovid Woddell, Jr., Concord, N. C; Williom Joseph Woddell, Hendersonville, N. C.; William Johnson Waggoner, Salisbury, N. C; Louise Hoyle Walker, Charlotte, N. C; Wynefred Phillips Walker, Martinsville, Vo. Fourth Row: John Thomas Wall, Burlington, N. C; Paul Hearne Wallace, Hamlet, N. C; White McKenzie Wollenborn, Delta Psi, Red Hill, Vo.; Frank Xavier Womsley, Asheville, N. C; Barbara Bridwell Ward, Swan- nanoa, N. C; Lindy Wilson Ward, Williamson, W. Va.; William Wroy Word, Jr., High Point, N. C; Earl Clinghmon Warren, Theta Chi, Dunn, N. C. Fifth Row: James Victor Warren, Wilmington, N. C; McWilson Warren, Clinton, N. C; Peggy J. Warren, Hurdle Mills, N. C; William Russell Warren, Kappa Sigma, Benson, N. C; Alexander Sprunt Watkins, Jr., Phi Gamma Delta, Henderson, N. C; Norman Roy Watson, Durham, N. C; Robert Hugh Wotson, Chi Psi, Elizabethtown, N. C; Bobby G. Wotts, Stanley, N. C. ? V f -P o ri Aki A JUNIOR First Row: James Zeb Watts, Taylorsville, N. C; Donald Eugene Weant, Pi Kappa Alpha, College Park, Go.; Edmond Bruce Weatherly, Durham, N. C; Kenneth George Weovil, Winston-Salem, N. C; Alexander Grady Webb, Jr., Rocky Mount, N. C; Anne Taylor Webb, Shelby, N. C; George Henderson Webb, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Greensboro, N. C.; Edward Walter Webster, Ridgewood, N. J. Second Row: Richard Lon Weeks, Florence, S. C; Anne Sanders Wellons, Charlotte, N. C; John Russell Wellons, Selma, N. C; Darius H. Wells, Chi Psi, Roseboro, N. C; Howard Brown Wentz, Albemarle, N. C; Effie Eda Westervelt, Chapel Hill, N. C; Barbara Whipple, Perry, Go.; Frederick Sylvester Whisenhunt, Pi Kappa Alpha, Florence, S. C. Third Row: Hubert Mahaney Whitaker, Enfield, N. C; Sue Whitoker, Marietta, Ohio; James H. White, Jr., Chi Phi, Durham, N. C; Marshall Whitfield White, Phi Delta Theta, Oxford, N. C; Robert Dean White, Marion, N C ; Stanford Lester White, Charlotte, N. C; William Henry White, Elizabeth City, N. C; William Rutherford White, Camp Hill, Pa. Fourth Row: George David Whitfield, Hurdle Mills, N. C; Robert Turnbull Whitlock, Beta Theto Pi, Mount Airy, N. C; James Walter Whittington, Faith, N. C; Harold R. Wicker, Sanford, N. C; Kathryn Anne Wiley, Decatur, Ala.; Annie Rachel Wilkinson, Durham, N. C; Adolphus Andrew Williams, Jr., Phi Delta Theta, Hamlet, N. C; Bryan Grimes Williams, Zeto Psi, Raleigh, N. C. Fifth Row: Donald Elwood Williams, Jr., Roselle, N. J.; Earl Edward Williams, Wilmington, N. C; Earl Gaston Williams, Gastonio, N. C; Margaret Banks Williams, Sanford, N. C; Marion Delmer Williams, Burlington, N. C; Phillip Adger Williams, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Asheboro, N. C; Vernel H. Williams, Durham, N. C; Jason McLeod Williamson, Cerro Gordo, N. C. Page li8 ILASS First Row; William James Williamson, Crewe, Va.; James Curtis Williford, Chi Psi, Fayetteville, N. C; James Estes Will ' ingham, Chi Phi, Ashevilie, N. C; Arthur Rexford Willis, Beta Theto Pi, Wilmington, N. C; David Pecrce Willis, Chi Phi, McCoin, N. C; Spencer C. Wilmoth, Dobson, N. C; Claude Arthur Wilson, Jr., Monroe, N. C; Gene Tillman Wilson, Kappa Alpha, Pompano Beach, Fla. Second Row: Noah Rouse Wilson, Jr., Phi Gamma Delta, Wilson Mills, N. C; Stephen Augustus Wilson, Jr., Chi Psi, New Bern, N. C; Arthur Simeon Winsor, Phi Gamma Delta, Chapel Hill, N. C; Dorothy Heim Withers, Lill ' ington, N. C; Marie Cowie Withers, Tampa, Flo.; John Martin Wolfe, Charlotte, N. C; Dewey Wilson Wood, Rocky Mount, N. C; Marjorie Jasper Wood, Fayetteville, W. Va. Third Row: Mary Ingraham Wood, Daytono Beach, Fla.; Peggy Virginia Wood, Chottonoogo, Tenn.; John Norris Woodell, Jr., Alpha Tau Omega, Fayetteville, N. C; Fred Earl Woods, Greensboro, N. C; Lee Polk Woody, South Boston, Va.; Will Allen Worth, Jefferson, N. C; Roy Lee Wray, Lynchburg, Vo.; James Arthur Wright, Raleigh, N. c ' . Fourth Row: Kenneth Wollace Wright, Jr., Beaufort, N. C; Richard Lewis Yalem, Zeto Beta Tou, Clayton, Mo.; Jack D. Yorbrough, Hendersonville, N. C; Wilson Franklin Yarborough, Jr., Chi Phi, Fayetteville, N. C; Hal Newton Yates, Chadbourn, N. C; Herbert Seawell Yates, Rockingham, N. C; Benjamin Olds Yelverton, Jr., Phi Gamma Delta, Rocky Mount, N. C; Bunn Ray Yelverton, Fremont, N. C. Fifth Row: Dorothy Polk Yokley, Mt. Airy, N. C; Oscar Hoyle Yokley, Jr., Beta Theto Pi, Mt. Airy, N. C; Wi lliam Vonn York, High Point, N. C; Archibald Columbia Yow, Henderson, N. C; Betty Anne Yowell, Raleigh, N. C; Joseph Patrick Zahron, Fayetteville, N. C; Wallace B. Z ' mmerman, Roxboro, N. C. Page ;59 87 • ' i 1 ' ; t f WjKtmmM. : ' j m 1 ML A. dun ' a %,, t 5 Sophomore Class Officers Seated left to right: Betsy Ross, Co-Social Chairman Archie Myatt, Vice-President standing left to right; Bill McLondon, Secretary Dalton Ruffin, President John Huske, Co-Social Chairman Page 162 SOPHOMORE CLASS We returned this year as Sophomores . . . the majority of us, that is . . . much wiser and not nearly as confused. Not many repre- sentatives of Phi Eta Sigma in the group . . . but there is evidence of an increased number of the well-known " party " boys, it comes with experience. Morehead Planetarium is completed, but most still prefer the Arboretum. Doctor Frank is gone . . . amid tears . . . but education remained. With the passage of time, this Greater University has become an integral part of our lives. The Daily Tar Heel has become a close associate with our eight o ' clock classes. The Tarnation, after much struggling has become our handbook. WE, the Sophomores, have joined the privileged ranks and have such experiences behind us as New York and Notre Dame . . . what does the future hold? We have the football team, don ' t we? It ' s no longer a case of the blind leading the blind ... we have learned the way from Harry ' s to the dorm. General College is fast slipping by . . . and then comes the rewarding event . . . the coveted cap and gown. Two more years to go ... an eternity in thought, but happy days go with the wind. . . . SOPHOMORE First Row: Joe Riley Aaron, High Point; Joseph Allen Adams, Norfolk, Va.; Julian Sheppard Albergotti, Sigma Chi, Charlotte; Bill Everett Albans, Cranford, N. J.; De Albert Alexander, Charlotte; David Warren Allen, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Greensboro. Second Row: Ronald Francis Allen, Charlotte; Robert Sherman Allison, Pi Koppo Alpha, Asheville; Benjamin Ernest Allred, Jr., Burlington; Fronts James Allston, Jr., Chi Psi, Arlington, Va.; Thomas Marion Alspaugh, Winston-Salem; Everett Clark Altman, Fayetteville. Third Row: Robert Lovell Anderson, Jr., Auburn, Ala.; Charles Theodore Ashworth, Fuquoy Springs; Abner Mitchell Askew, Ahoskie; Robert Harold Averette, Jr., Chi Phi, Fayetteville; Edward Stanley Avery, Jr., Winston- Salem; Joke Wesley Aycock, Jr., Fremont. Fourth Row: Zack Hampton Bacon, Jr., Sigma Alpha Epsiion, Raleigh; Robert Emmett Bailey, Washington, D. C; Robert Freeman Bailey, Phi Eto Sigma, Durham; Ralph Poe Barbee, Richlands; John Whitman Barlow, Elmira, N. Y.; Edwin Thomas Barnes, Conway. Fifth Row: Basil Duke Barr, Jr., West Jefferson; William Barry, Hamlet; Nick James Bartis, Greensboro; Turner Stoton Boss, Pi Kappa Alpha, Henderson; Carl Simpson Baxter, Phi Mu Alpha, Greensboro; Jesse Jordan Beole, Jr., Raleigh. Sixth Row: Allman Beoman, Pi Kappa Alpha, Greensboro; Walter Beaver, Konnapolis; Judd DuPont Beckwith, Jacksonville, Flo.; James Andrew Bell, Jr., Sigma Chi, Phi Eta Sigma, Greensboro; Lacy Moore Bell, Jr., Currie; William Edgar Bell, Coral Gables, Flo, Seventh Row: Erwin Hence Benge, Statesville; Charles Glenn Bennett, Jr., Durhom; Jack Norwood Bennett, Mt. Airy; Robert Edward Bennett, Rocky Mount; Charles Douglas Berger, Sigma Chi, Winston-Salem; John Joseph Beshara, Springfield, Moss. Eighth Row: Cedric Bielowski, Washington, D. C; Fred- erick Dana Binghom, Raleigh; William Frederick Black, Beta Theta Pi, Greensboro; Robert Eugene Blanton, Lotti- more; George Beale Bloomer, Chevy Chase, Md.; Spencer Lorraine Blaylock, Lombdo Chi Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma, Greensboro. Ninth Row: John Robert Bock, Camp Hill, Po.; Richard Frankling Boddie, Durham; Edgar Roy Bond, Jr., Chi Phi, Alpha Phi Omega, Rho Psi Rho, Guilford College; John Herbert Bond, Phi Kappa Sigmo, Los Angeles, Calif.; John P. Booker, Jr., Winston-Solem; Charles Augustus Borda, III, Delto Psi, Philadelphia, Pa. A- . £ Page 164 LASS P p O fs5 p 5 jtki First Row: William Chivous Bostic, III, Koppo Alpha, Forest City; Richard Seth Bosfick, Charlotte; Larry Francis Botto, Alpho Tau Omega, Bradenton, Flo.; Henry Bowers, Mountain Home; Bobby Webb Bowie, Goiax, Va.; Howard Carlyle Bowie, Jr., Henderson. Second Row: Hugh Morrison Boyer, Beta Theta Pi, Char- lotte; William Harold Boyer, Beta Theto Pi, Charlotte; Roy Carmichael Bradford, Henderson; Horold Devon Brad- shaw, Voldese; Williom Earl Brady, Jr., Mebane; Robert Griffin Brame, Wendell. Third Row: Wade Melbry Bronnon, Dunn; David Rich Brenegar, Kappa Sigma, Winston-Salem; Charles Hart Brewer, Oxford; James Elliott Bridgmon, Roanoke Rapids; Eugene F. Brighom, Phi Delta Theta, Miami, Flo,; Zeb Creighton Brinson, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Torboro. Fourth Row: George Milton Britt, Tarboro; James Moses Brock, Farmington; Aubrey W. Bronstein, Tau Epsilon Phi, Kinston; Howard Chalk Broughton, Hertford; Carl Boxter Brown, Jr., Sigma Chi, Wilmington; Edward Bland Brown, Jr., Zeta Psi, Fuquay Springs. Fifth Row: Herman Hooker Brown, Hillsboro; Chorles Vernon Bryan, Goldsboro; Eugenia Coston Bryan, Chapel Hill; Francis A. Buchanan, Chi Phi, Sylva; Phillip Edward Buchonon, Waynesboro, Vo.; David Ernest Buckner, Jr., Greensboro. Sixth Row: Robert Lynn Buckner, Chapel Hill; Robert Gaston Burgin, Jr., Lincolnton; Edgar Monroe Burkette, Jefferson; Claude Shreve Burton, Jr., Beta Theta Pi, Reidsville; Jomes D. Byossee, Delight, Ark.; Samuel Davis Byrd, Jr., Phi Eta Sigma, Goldsboro. Seventh Row: John Neol Cadieu, Rockingham; Paul Willis Caldwell, Jr., Morgonton; Joseph Seymour Callahan, Jr., Foyetteville; John Robert Couble, Phi Eta Sigma, Salis- bury; Roger Alton Corr, Plymouth; Joseph Franklin Carter, Henrietta. Eighth Row: Michael Chilton Carver, Sigma Chi, Morns- town, Tenn.; Anthony Joseph Coscordi, Lowrence, Long Islond, N. Y.; William Cecil Casper, China Grove; Conrad Wayne Cafes, Greensboro; John Allen Cotes, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Hillsboro; John Cozin, Jr., Phi Eta Sigma, Beech Bottom, W. Va. Ninth Row: Theodore Gilmer Chandler, Broadway; Lewis R. Chapman, Chi Psi, Union, N. J.; Richard Elwood Charnock, Asheville; Joseph Blount Cherry, Windsor; Grover Nelson Childress, Jr., Sanford; Robert Hamiltor Clompitt, St. Petersburg, Flo. SOPHOMORE First Row; Lee Andrew Clark, Everetts; Francis Osborne Clarkson, Jr., Beto Theto Pi, Charlotte; Charles Mclver Clayton, Zeto Psi, Wilson; Harris Frank Clein, Tou Epsilon Phi, Winston-Salem; Peter Charles Clewis, Alpha Tau Omega, Tampa, Fla.; Bruce Aaron Coots, Benson. Second Row: Sanford A. Cockrell, Jr., Nashville; Irvin Marvin Cohen, Pi Lambda Phi, Phi Eto Sigma, Lincolnton; Jack Cohen, Chopel Hill; Edward Sanderlin Coley, Eliza- beth City; James Edward Collins, Winston-Salem; James R. Connelly, Kappa Alpha, Morganton. Third Row: James William Connor, Audubon, N. J.; James Halbert Conoly, Philadelphia, Pa.; Connie Mack Conway, Durham; Michael Rodney Cotten, Belleville, N. J.; Luke Rubinson Corbett, West End; Edward Maurice Cordell, Union, S. C. Fourth Row: Roy Clinton Corderman, Jr., Phi Eto Sigma, Winston-Salem; Frederick Moore Councill, Beto Theto Pi, Boone; Daniel Francis Cox, Broadway; Joe Billy Craig, Cherryville; Adolphus Morris Craft, Clifton Forge, Va.; Madge Elizabeth Crawford, Delta Delta Delta, Chapel Hill. Fifth Row: Milo Abercrombie Crawford, Chapel Hill; Philip Robert Cree, Ft. Lauderdole, Fla.; Robert M. Creed, Fayetteville; William Lawrence Creef, South Norfolk, Va.; Carl Strang Crittenden, Shellman, Go.; Charles William Crone, Goldsboro. Sixth Row: Grier Howard Crouch, Stotesville; Harvey Andrews Culpepper, Jr., Rocky Mount; Williom Bishop Curtiss, Madison, N. J.; William Reynolds Cuthbertson, Jr., Beta Theto Pi, Charlotte; Ted Bernord Daly, Pi Kappa Alpho, Charlotte; Donald Elmer Doniel, Wilson. Seventh Row; William Adams Darden, Stantonsburg; David William Dorr, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Winston-Salem; James Krozer Dougherty, Jr., Lombdo Chi Alpha, Balti- more, Md.; Richard Kelly Davenport, Koppo Alpho, High Point; Robert William Davidson, Phi Eto Sigma, Moores- ville; Whifoker Daniel Davis, Phi Eto Sigma, Andrews. Eighth Row: Don Burton Dovis, Milton; Ralph Gorrison Davis, Jr., Athens, Tenn.; Roy Dean Davis, Shelby; Richard Floyd Dovis, Jr., Phi Delta Theta, Miami, Fla.; William Lee Dawkins, Cory; Bobby Gene Deal, China Ninth Row: Marx Hugh Deal, Rockingham; Bryan Bokke Dear, Jersey City, N. J.; George Demos, Delta Theta Phi, Chapel Hill; Robert Starnes Dent, Gastonio; Harry Leigh Derby, 111, Greensboro; Morsden B, deRosset, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Fayetteville. O } p IP A tf - P ( P ? I ' i CLASS O Ci o o y f ( lb « P P P p. O- o f First Row: Thomas Ashford DeVane, Jr., Beta Theto Pi, Fayetteville; Wolter Edward Deyton, Spruce Pine; Franl lin E. Dickerson, Durham; Griggs Cameron Dickson, Garner; Ralph Alexander Dickson, Jr., Gastonia; Roy Shields Dickson, Salisbury. Second Row; Charles Ronald Dillon, Charlotte; Edwin H. Dixon, Phi Eto Sigma, Monroe; Tyson Yates Dobson, Jr., Beuloville; James Oliver Donahoo, Asheville; Allan Jack- son Donald, Sigma Nu, Ridgewood, N. J.; Gerald Wain- wright Dorn, Saluda, S. C. Third Row: John Johnson Dortch, Kappa Sigma, Central Macareno, Cuba; Jack Thomas Dossett, Durham; Marshall Fulton Dotson, Chi Phi, Greensboro; Lowell Manning Dryzer, Zcta Beto Tou, Greensboro; Chalks Council Dudley, Jr., Phi Eta Sigma, Huntersville; James Alan Dunn, Leaksville. Fourth Row: Presley Zochory Dunn, Jr., Rocky Mount; Patrick Francis Earey, Hickory; Cyrus Parsons Earnhardt, Jr., Phi Kappa Sigma, Monroe; Frank John Eckert, Chi Psi, Union, N. J.; Daniel Gillond Edens, Delta Psi, Lumberton; Enock Hiram Edgerton, Pikeville. Fifth Row: James Edmonds, III, Charlotte; Aaron Caswell Edmundson, Pikeville; John Ray Edmundson, Theta Chi, Goldsboro; William Clyde Edwards, Jr., Chi Psi, Raleigh; Lawrence Egerton, Jr., Greensboro; Owen Shafer Eller, Salisbury. Sixth Row: Janet Selle Ellington, Corrboro; Thomas Elmer Ennis, Jr., Salisbury; Harris Lane Evans, Henderson; James Daniel Evans, Jr., Goldsboro; Robert Mayer Evans, Tau Epsilon Phi, Durham; R. N. Euerette, Danville, Va. Seventh Row: John H. Falkner, Henderson; Barry Morton Farber, Pi Lombda Phi, Greensboro; James Stephenson Farthing, Jr., Dunn; Edwin Reese Felts, Jr., High Point- John Jethro Ferebee, Sigma Nu, Shawboro; Chorles Parker Ferguson, Jr., Motewan, W. Va. Eighth Row: Phyllis Mary Ferguson, Chapel Hill; Thom OS Dewey Field, Jr., Bristol, Va.; Jack Clifton Fields, Beta Theto Pi, Greensboro; Joseph Browning Fields, Durham; Barry Steven Fine, Norfolk, Vo.; Henry Cole- man Fisher, Jr., Asheville. Ninth Row: Clyde Ezekiel Fisher, Asheville; Lester Jerry Fisher, Statesville; William Donald Fisher, Rocky Mount; David Stonley Flowers, Kappa Alpha, Hickory; William Charlton Foil, Alpha Phi Omego, Winston-Salem; John Etchells Flood, Jr., Sanford, Maine. Page 167 SOPHOMORE First Row: Howard Simpson Fogleman, Jr., Kappa Alpha. Eurlington; Charles Worth Fowier, III, Lambda Chi Alpha, Greensboro; Harry Devoe Fowler, Sigma Nu, Rocky Mount; John Worth Foust, Lexington; Robert L. Foust, Graham; George Kirby Freeman, Jr., Raleigh. Second Row: William Glenn Friddle, Jr., High Point Arthur Kurt Freimuth, Phi Delto Theto, Pottstown, Pa. Jacob Henry Froelich, Jr., Beta Thcta Pi, High Paint William Hunt Fulwiler, Phi Delta Theta, Atlanta, Go. Walter Thomas Furlong, Durhom; Mike Galif ianakis, Jr. Durban Third Row: Emil Frank Gallo, Brooklyn, N. Y.; William Dwight Galloway, Chapel Hill; Edmund R. Gant, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Burlington; Edwin Maurice Garner, Phi Eta Sigma, Charlotte; Fred Lee Garner, High Point; Barbara Bennett Garrett, Chapel Hill. Fourth Row: Charles R. Garrett, Fort Bragg; Clyde Richard Gore, Jacksonville, Flo.; Elbert Eugene Gibson, Fort Bragg; Norman Aubrey Gillis, Jr., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Chapel Hill; Sheldon Basil Gladstein, Durham; Marion McCall Godwin, Kenly. Fifth Row: Herman James Goldstein, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Ralph Max Goldstein, Wilmington; Neomiah Eugene Goode, Jr., Enka; Robert Edward Goodman, Zeto Beta Tau, El Paso, Texas; Melvin Ceroid Goodweother, Zeto Beto Tou, University Heights, Ohio; William Edgar Graham, Jackson Springs. Sixth Row: Harry Marks Groves, Sigma Nu, Jacksonville, Flo.; Joseph James Gray, Jr., Pi Koppo Alpha, Wilmington; Oliver James Gray, Amogonsett, N. Y.; Henry Lee Green, Clyde; Julian Baker Green, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Tarboro; Lewis H. Green, Lewisville. Seventh Row: Arthur Frank Greenboum, Baltimore, Md.; Jock Phillip Greene, Sigmo Phi Epsilon, Raleigh; Kenneth Strong Greene, Charlotte; Corson Greenwood, Phi Gamma Delta, Aldan, Pa.; James W. P. Gregory, Candler; Spencer Gregory, Zeto Psi, Raleigh. Eighth Row: Harvey Lee Gritfin, Pi Koppo Alpha, Ashe- boro; James Curry Grimes, Thomosville; Herman Harstic Grimm, Jr., Carthage; Jo Ann Grogon, Chapel Hill; Leonard Julius Guyes, Pi Lambda Phi, Greensboro; Fred Lee Hale, Henderson. Ninth Row: Ernest Allen Ham, Greensboro; Robert Graham Homer, Jr., Pi Koppo Phi, Winston-Salem; Joseph H. Hamilton, Chi Phi, Durham; Oliver Wendell Hamilton, Jr., Jomesville; James Lloyd Hamlin, Asheville; James Blanchard Hammerstein, Delta Koppo Epsilon, Doyles- town, Po. Page 168 LASS First Row: Gordon Grice Hamrick, Pi Koppo Alpha, Shelby; Roland Marks Hamrick, Jr., Shelby; George Davis Hankins, Lambda Chi Alpha, Charlotte; Robert Norman Horden, Sigma Chi, Greensboro; Francis Edwin Hardison, Sigma Chi, Washington, D. C; Shohen Horoutunian, Teheran, Iran. Second Row: Chas. Sydney Harrell, Morshville; James Robert Horns, Jr., Charlotte; Reid Walker Horns, Bruns- wick, Go.; Walter Jason Harris, St. Cloud, Flo.; William Edney Horr.s, Horrisburg; Richard Dudley Hart, Asheville. Third Row: James Lawrence Harvey, Raleigh; Bernard Haugen, Durham; Roy Jack Hawkins, Rocky Mount- Charles William Haynes, Salisbury; Benjy McNeil Hoy- wood, Phi Mu Alpha, Mt. Gileod; John Louis Head, Cromerton. Fourth Row: William Arndoff Headlee, Phi Eto Sigma, Phi Mu Alpha, Asheville; Elizabeth Hostings Heoth, Chi Omega, Chopel Hill; William M. Heeden, Jr., Goldsboro; Robert J. Heiman, Zeto Beta Tau, Little Rock, Ark.; James McDoniel Heldman, Jr., Alpha Tou Omega, Dur- ham; Samuel Herndon Helton, Mt. Holly. Fifth Row: Marcus Grant Henderson, Charlotte; Charles Richard Hendricks, Moxton; Crockett Corl Hendricks, Brevord; Robert Glenn Hendricks, Jr., Lexington; Rucker Sterlyn Hennis, Jr., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Winston-Salem; Francisco Ernesto Hernandez, Chaparra, Ote, Cuba. Sixth Row: Dorius B. Herring, Jr., Aberdeen; Julian Butler Herring, Rose Hill; Mark Hodges Herring, Jr., Seven Springs; Clawson Albert Hicks, Roleigh; Mark Allen Hicks, Durham; Charles Alderman Highsmith, Greensboro. Seventh Row: Robert S. Hight, Henderson; Borrington Taylor Hill, Jr., Wadesboro; James Louriston Hill, Winston-Salem; Korl Neimann Hill, Chi Psi, Charlotte; Buford Homilton Hine, Jr., Winston-Salem; Thomas Riley Hinson, Sigma Nu, Albemorle. Eighth Row: James Sears Hix, Jr., Phi Mu Alpha, Thomos- ville; Horry Marcellus Hobbs, Jr., Charlotte; Conrad Hock, Jr., Greensboro; Dennis Walter Hockoday, Yadkinville; Howord Berkeley Hodges, Jr., Alexandria, Vo.; William Hendon Hogshead, Jr , Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Phi Omega, Greensboro. Ninth Row: Axel Werner Hoke, Charlotte; Eugene Borden Holbrook, Chodbourn; James White Holland, Dallas; Richard Brondson Holland, Raleigh; Edward Grohom Holloway, Lenoir; Jomes McNider Hollowell, Hertford. SOPHOMORE First Row: William Goffeen Holton, Phi Eta Sigma, Chevy Chase, Md.; William McClure Hooke, Greensboro; James Reid Hooper, Chapel Hill; Sidney Francis Hoots, Sigma Chi, Winston-Salem; William Henry Home, Warrenton; James Heathman Horton, Salisbury. Second Row: James Albert House, Jr., Phi Eto Sigma, Hobgcod; Wesley Havill Houser, Chi Phi, West Palm Beach, Flo.; David Caldwell Howard, Sigma Nu, Tusca- loosa, Ala.; Kenneth Felton Howard, Jr., Chi Phi, Dunn; William G. Howell, Phi Eto Sigma, Goldsboro; Ralph Vincent Hubond, Jr., Wilmington. Third Row: Charles Marion Huggins, Greensboro; James Kenneth Huhocker, Konnapolis; Peter Thorleif Hulth, Jr., Georgetown, S. C; William Harold Hunsucker, Ellerbe; Robert Sherrill Hunt, Henderson; David Collins Huntley, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Lenoir. Fourth Row: Herman Horry Huntley, Kappa Alpha, Wadesboro; John Huske, Delto Kappa Epsilon, Fayette- ville; Henry Griggs Hutoff, Dunn; Robert Elwyn Hutchin- son, Rockingham; George Norman Hutton, Jr., Phi Delta Theto, Hickory; William Bell Hutton, Greensboro. Fifth Row: Chestley Julian Hyatt, Winston-Solem; Claudius Addison Irby, Roanoke Rapids; Lewis M. Isley, Haw River; Betty Sue Jacobs, Chapel Hill; Richard Norce Jacobson, Pi Lambda Phi, New York, N. Y.; Benjamin E. James, Jr., Sigma Nu, Jacksonville, Fla. Sixth Row: Charles Douglas Jeffreys, Durham; Bobby Gene Johnson, Siler City; Charles M. Johnson, Biscoe; Fritz Kreisler Johnson, Durham; Horry Lester Johnson, Jr., Elkin; Robert Leon Johnson, Chi Phi, Lake Wales, Fla. Seventh Row: Robert William Johnson, Reidsville; Aaron Joy Jones, Pi Kappa Phi, Lumberton; Charles Lawrence Jones, Raleigh; Dean C. Jones, Jefferson; Ronald Bernal Jones, Fayetteville; Samuel Brown Jolly, Jr., Wilmington. Eighth Row: Robert Calhoun Jordan, Jr., Edenton; Robert Percy Joyce, Jr., New Bern; William Clifford Joyner, Louisburg; William Lewis Karesh, Zeta Beta Tau, Greens- boro; Ned Spencer Kearns, Lexington; David Armstrong Kelly, Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Eto Sigma, Culpepper, Va. Ninth Row: William Stomey Kelly, Pi Koppo Alpho, Statesvilie; William Kelso, Alpho Tou Omego, Newark, N. J.; Leon Ryan Kendrick, Charlotte; Charles Hugh Kennedy, Sigmo Phi Epsilon, Raleigh; Stephen R. Kenney, Chi Psi, Raleigh; William Sterling Kenyon, Chorlotte. IM i • j« 4» o " f O v f lit- JL % - fi ' P r- " . P ' (Tj :lass First Row: Solomon P. Kimerling, Tou Epsilon Phi, Birming- ham, Ala.; Julian B. King, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Winston- Salem; William Nathan Kingoff, Pi Lambda Phi, Wilming- ton; Robert Leon Kirklond, Durham; David Russell Kiser, Lincolnton; Richard Jackson Kissiah, Charlotte. Second Row: William H. Kittner, Weldon; Frank Edward Parry Klages, Jr., Greensboro; Joseph Joy Kline, New Bern; Thomas Henry Knott, Kappa Sigma, Kinston; Jack Everett Koslow, Pi Lambda Phi, St. Louis, Mo.; Harry Kotsionis, High Point. Third Row: William Orville Kuhn, Wilmington; Rudy Kurinsky, Pi Lambda Phi, Lakewood, N. J.; Robert Lawrence Kurtz, Pi Lambda Phi, Charlotte; William Valentine Ledford, Greensboro; Harry Lee Lambeth, Jr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Thomasville; William Reid Lambert, Biscoe. Fourth Row: Louise Lamont, Chapel Hill; George William Landis, Rocky Mount; John Robert Langston, Four Oaks; Lewis Sellers Lawrence, Falkland; William J. Lawrey, Midway Park; Harold Hilton Lee, Tarpon Springs, Fla. Fifth Row: Henry Neill Lee, Jr., Phi Gammo Delta, Lum- berton; Russell Benton Lee, Jr., Kannapolis; Thomas James Lee, Monroe; Frank Roscoe Lennon, Asheboro; Warren Douglas Leonard, Greensboro; Maurice Deane M. Leuerette, Fayetteville. Sixth Row: Robert Millender Leui, Candler; Clarence Winfield Lewis, Jr., Greensboro; William R. Lewis, Greens- boro; Walter Smith Linvilie, Jr., Kernersville; Roe Marlin Litaker, Concord; Robert Benton Litton, Shelby. Seventh Row: George Warthen Lofquist, Asheville; Wil- liam Lord London, IV, Pittsboro; Carlton Wesley Long, Greensboro; Thornton McKendree Long, Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Phi Omego, Winston-Salem; Edgar Love, III, Kappa Alpha, Lincolnton; Marvin Dallas Loviws, Lenoir. Eighth Row: Lacy Lee Lucas, Jr , Sigma Phi Epsilon, Greensboro; John Reid Lutz, Polkville; William Thomas MocDonold, Greensboro; Arthur Martin Mackler, Tail Epsilon Phi, Smithfield; Joe Harper Maddux, Raleigh; Nathaniel Fuqua Magruber, Pi Kappa Phi, Sorasota, Fla. Ninth Row: Joseph Earl Mahoffee, Valdese; Williom Henry Mallison, Rocky Mount; Harvey W. Marcus, Sigmo Chi, Durham; Robert Lee Marks, Phi Eta Sigma, Reidsville; William Anderson Morlowe, Jr., Walstonburg; Luther H. Marsh, Thomasville. Page I7t First Row: Franklin King Marshburn, Phi Gommo Delta, Raleigh; Eilene M. Martin, Chapel Hill; Roy Eugene Martin, Spring Creek; William Henry Massey, Jr., Prince- ton; Frederick Allen Mosten, Winston-Salem; Thomas Herbert Mathews, Townesville. Second Row; Leslie Avon Matthews, Angier; Randolph Alfred Matthews, Oxford; Benjamin Gray Mattox, Jr., Alpho Phi Omega; Frederick Rodney Mauney, Shelby; Samuel Worth Maxwell, Jr., Charlotte; Glenn Howard May, Asheville. Third Row: Thomas Fite Mayfield, Washington, D. C; Robert Eugene McAdams, Roanoke Rapids; Jimmy Lee McAllister, Mt. Pleasant; William Durland McCaslin, Phi Koppo Sigma, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Robie Wayne McClellon, Maiden, Otis Roberts McCollum, Reidsvilie. Fourth Row: Tyrus Roymond McCullers, Smithfield; Joseph Harrison McDanJel, Kings Mountain; Billy Andrew Mc- Donald, Forest City; Donald Elmer McDonald, Phi Delta Theta, Logan, W. Va.; Earl Blue McDonald, Jr., Chi Psi, Carthage; Julian Murrill McGee, Jr., Beta Theta Pi, Greensboro. Fifth Row: Robert Theodore McGimsey, Phi Delta Theta, Lenoir; James Herbert Mdntyre, Phi Eta Sigmo, Ellerbe; William Peter McKay, Jr., Beto Theta Pi, Fayetteville; Rodney Leonard McKnight, Sigma Chi, Charlotte; John David McLawhorn, Cary; William Woodard McLendon, Beta Theta Pi, Greensboro. Sixth Row: Robert Bruce Melton, Alpha Phi Omega, Morgonton; Donald Myron Mendel, Zeta Beto Tau, Atlanta, Go.; Leslie Gray Merntt, Greensboro; Ray Thomas Midyette, Asheville; Andrew John Miketa, Baden, Pa.; Allan Francis Milledge, Chi Phi, Miami, Fla. Seventh Row: Andrew Clevelond Miller, Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Phi Omega, Phi Eta Sigmo, Shelby; George W. Miller, Spencer; John Clifton Miller, Winston-Salem; Fred Carl Mills, Henderson; Cecil Jerome Milton, Albemarle; Haywood Ingram Mitchell, Kenly. Eighth Row: Wade Worthy Mitchem, Jr., Lowell; Benjomm K. Mobley, Lake City, Fla.; Ira Gladstone Montague, Kappa Alpha, Goldsboro; James Renn Montgomery, Phi Gamma Delta, Durham; Henry Vance Modlin, Jr., Kappa Sigma, Goldsboro; A. David Moore, Burlington. Ninth Row: Jesse Daniel Moore, Southern Pines; Norman Lee Moore, Charlotte; Samuel W. Moore, Phi Gamma Delto, Burlington; William Everett Moore, West Point, Go.; Stewart Lee Mooring, La Grange; Bernard Brown Moreland, Greensboro. SOPHOMORE t D C I? ffl Q O: f |P . f f Sk€nM Page 172 LASS ( t ft O p f f O C f? P n - t ' ' First Row: Dillord Grady Moretz, Jr., Boone; Owen Otho Morgan, Jr., Roleigh; William Hunter Morgan, Sigma Phi Epsiion, Sunbury, Thomos Reddin Morris, Kenly; Joseph Banks Morton, Albemarle; Winslow Bradford Morton, Alpha Tou Omega, Washington. Second Row: Jack Solomon Moss, Chorlotfe; Vernon Bass Mountcastle, Jr., Sigma Chi, Reading, Pa.; Thomas Eword Murdock, Asheville; David Phillips Murray, Raleigh; James Archibold Myatt, Jr., High Pornt; Frank Davis Nelson, Durham. Third Row: Norma Adelaide Neville, Chapel Hill; Henry Lee Nicholls, Jr., Washington; Roderick Maclatchie Nrcol, Salisbury; Robert Hamilton Nutt, Jr., Sigma Alpha Epsiion, Greensboro; Walter Elliott Nutt, Oxford; Joseph Williom O ' Brien, Jr., Phi Gamma Delto, Portsmouth, Va. Fourth Row: Robert Wayne O ' Brien, Oxford; Forrest Paul Old, South Mills; George Thomas Oliver, Greensboro; Roy Elbert Onley, Elizabeth City; John William Ormand, Jr., Monroe; Joseph Harvey Orr, Matthews. Fifth Row: Byron Alan Orringer, Tou Epsiion Phi, New Bern; Alton Louis O ' Tuel, Roleigh; Charles Bishop Owen, Roseboro; Earl Welborne Owen, Sigmo Phi Epsiion, Greens- boro; Roscoe Harold Owen, Lexington; Albert Michael Pacifici, Jr., Phi Eta Sigma, Arlington, Mass. Sixth Row: Roland Wallace Page, Wilson; Horace William Palmer, Durham; William Charles Pork, Greensboro; Her- man Stuart Parker, II, Smithfield; Roy Parker, Jr., Alpha Tau Omega, Ahoskie; William Hoyle Parks, Lexing- ton. Seventh Row: Robert Watkins Porlier, Hillsboro; Betty Lassiter Parrish, Four Oaks; William Roger Paschal, Biscoe; Manly Baker Patterson, Mebane; William T. Peacock, Jr., Chi Phi, Arlington, Vo.; Harry L. Pender- groft. Chapel Hill. Eighth Row: Richard Melton Penegor, Koppa Sigmo, Gastonio; Sam Cecil Perry, Raleigh; James Cowles Phelps, Winston-Salem; Chefeek Mickael Philips, Jr., Wilmington; F. Donald Phillips, Jr., Koppa Sigmo, Rockingham; Wil- liam Lee Pickard, Durham. Ninth Row: Herman Newton Pickett, Jr., Greensboro; Francis Gordon Pierpont, Durham; William Henry Piner, High Point; Sheldon Jay Plager, Pi Lambda Phi, Miami Beoch, Flo.; Cecil Atkins Pless, Jr., Delta Koppa Epsiion, Asheville; Erwm Lee Porterfield, Burlington. Page 173 SOPHOMORE First Row: Thomas Arthur Price, Sigmo Chi, Charlotte; Jack Alexander Prince, Kings Mountain; Charles V. Pritchard, Elizabeth City; Joseph Robert Privott, Edenton, James Dick Proctor, Chi Psi, Whiteville; Melvin Melroy Proctor, Shelby. Second Row: William Floyd Purvis, Oakboro; Williom Alton Quails, Phi Delto Theto, Greensboro; William Goraon Quarles, Phi Gamma Delta, Rocky Mount; Louis Robil, Weldon; William Goodyear Rand, Beta Theta Pi, Carlisle, Pa. William Garland Ransdell, Jr., Vorino. Third Row: Robert Allen Raskin, Zeto Beta Tou, Torboro; Curtis Joyner Rotledge, Phi Eta Sigma, Guilford College; Rolph Lamor Ray, Fayetteville; Thomas Duncon Ray, Lillington; Chorles Lee Readling, Kannopolis; Edwin Allen Reoms, Durham. Fourth Row: Page Pendleton Reavis, Henderson; William Frank Redding, III, Asheboro; William Van Reeves, Sparta; Raymond Clifton Reitzel, Liberty; Milburn Mc- Garvey Respess, Pike Road; Tommy Antony Rezzuto, Asheville. Fifth Row: William Weaver Rhoades, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Asheville; William Evans Richeson, Hozelwood; John Williom Riddle, Gastonia; Burton Jones Rights, Winston- Salem; Tad T. Riley, Sigmo Chi, Pottstown, Pa.; Peter Rinoldi, Jr., Durham. Sixth Row: Perry Holmes Ritch, Jr., Greensboro; Henry Lane Robbins, Chi Psi, Winston-Solem; William McKendree Robbins, Charlotte; Harold P. Roberts, Sanford; Wayne Bryant Roberts, Mt. Olive; John Kent Robertson, Union Grove. Seventh Row: John Henry Robison, Jr., Koppo Alpha, Salisbury; Andrew Jackson Rock, Kinston; George Hugh Rodgers, Charlotte; Ivey Gray Rogers, Dobson; Walter Francis Rogers, Atlanta, Ga.; Arden Cortez Rollins, Fuquoy Springs. Eighth Row: James Wood Rose, Benson; Richard S. Rosen, Pi Lambda Phi, Miami Beach, Flo.; Dale Joseph Rosen- blatt, Cotosarua, Pa.; Elizabeth Ann Ross, Chi Omega, Jacksonville, Flo.; John William Ross, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Green Cove Springs, Flo.; Paul Alexander Roth, Pi Lambda Phi, Alpha Phi Omega, Asheville Ninth Row: James Rodman Rourk, Chi Phi, Mytrle Beach, S. C; Leslie Howard Row, Chapel Hill; Jack Everett Rowland, Charlotte; Williom Douglas Roycroft, Chi Phi, Coats; John Allen Ruggles, Chevy Chase, Md,; Howard Jackson Runnion, Asheville. j itM Page 174 :lass p p p fp p f ( ? (? 1 = IT P f First Row: Billie Joe Rusmisell, Morganton; Edward Michael Russell, Southport, Conn.; James Ronald Russell, Lexington; James Candler Ryan, Sylvo; Edward Cecil Sample, Jr., Elizabeth City; William Marsh Sanders, Kappa Sigma, Raleigh. Second Row: Bill Morrar Sandlin, Verona; Oliver Lewis Sopp, Kappa Sigma, Reynolda; Robert Henry Sapp, Reynolda; Gene Lane Sauls, Raleigh; Irwin Elliot Sowitz, Tau Epsilon Phi, Hamlet; Blackwell Sawyer, Jr., Delta Phi Alpho, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Gamma Delta, Toms River, Third Row: Henry F. Schacht, Davidson; Frederick R. Scher, Pi Lambda Phi, Pi Koppa Delta, Miami, Fla.; Morley Allan Schlesinger, Porris Islond, S. C; Conrod Frederic Schneider, II, Chi Psi, Palmyra, Pa.; Herman P. Schultz, Hendersonville; Williom Norman Schwartz, Tau Epsilon Phi, Newport News, Va. Fourth Row: Robin Jerome Scroggs, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Mu Alpha, Raleigh; Jomes Fentness Seagraves, New Hill; Robert S. Seybolt, Wynnewood, Pa.; Richard Allen Sheets, Winston-Solem; Max Douglas Sherrill, Hickory; Gordon Houser Shermer, Winston-Solem. Fifth Row: Ernest Randolph Shives, Jr., Lincolnton; Leonard P. Shoaf, High Point; Charles Roger Shore, Kernersville; Robert Merritt Shores, Jr., Phi Kappa Sigma, Hickory; William Marcus Short, Greensboro; George Henry Shuford, Forest City. Sixth Row: Robert McPhail Shuman, Charlotte; Andrew Paul Shveda, Lambda Chi Alpha, Weirton, W. Va.; Lewis A. Sikes, Tabor City; John J. Sillmon, Konnapolis; Baird Brooks Sills, Sigma Chi, Winston-Salem; William Waldo Skeen, Biscoe. Seventh Row: Oreon Scott Skinner, Sigma Nu, Wilson; John Calvin Slemp, Jr., Delto Psi, Wynnewood, Pa.; Thomas H. Sloan, Kappa Alpha, Winston-Solem; Charles Buxton Small, Sigma Nu, Elizabeth City; Carson Lewis Smeltzer, Chapel Hill; E. Carrington Smith, Jr., Delta Koppa Epsilon, Chapel Hill. Eighth Row: Earl B. Smith, Jr., Raleigh; Edwin Bretney Smith, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Asheville; George Duffield Smith, Jr., Alpha Tau Omega, Dallas, Texas; Gerald Lester Smith, Chi Phi, Opelika, Ala.; James Richard Smith, Mooresville; Lloyd Bell Smith, Jr., Phi Delta Theta, Lenoir. Ninth Row: Owen Bernice Smith, Sigma Nu, Rocky Mount; Williom Archer Smith, Greensboro; Robert A. Smitherman, Sigma Chi, Winston-Salem; Henry Micou Sneed, Raleigh; Marcus Francis Snoddy, Alpha Tau Omega, Rockingham; Henry Vaughn Spoinhour, Rural Hall. I SOPHOMORE First Row: Ned Williams Spearman, Magnolia; Robert EuDeon Spencer, Liberty; Richard Clyde Spivey, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Raleigh; Carl Ralph Spruill, Elizabeth City; Marvin McCless Spruill, Hampsteod; Thomas F. Stamer, Wilkes-Barre, Po. Second Row: Thomas Hilliard Staton, Hendersonville; Thomas Warwick Steed, Jr., Chi Psi, Delto SIgmo Pi, Raleigh; Wiley Dockery Steed, Maxton; Raymond William Stein, Lokewood, Ohio; George Myers Stephens, Jr., Asheville; Henry Louis Ste.-henson, Jr., Smithfield. Third Row: Jerry V. Sternberg, Zeto Beta Tan, Asheville; Thomas Brock Stevens, Smithfield; Robert Lee Stewart, Greensboro; Ernest Franklin Stine, Hickory; Thomas Dodds Stokes, Jr., Lexington; Jock Wesley Stone, Jr., Charlotte. Fourth Row: Coe Purvis Strain, Durham; James R. Strick- land, Wilson; Thomas Edward Strickland, Goldsboro; Lewis Castleman Strudwick, Delto Koppo Epsilon, Salisbury, Md.; Harris Alexander Sturgess, Jr., Rocky Mount; John Vernon Suitt, Jr., Koppo Alpho, Durham. Fifth Row: Ronald Falls Sullivan, High Point; Alan Land Susman, Pi Lombdo Phi, Bluefield, W. Va.; Donald Frederick Sutphen, Bcto Theto Pi, East Orange, N. J.; Jomes Albert Sutton, Lombdo Chi Alpha, Wilmington; James Sutton, Asheville; Michael Swoim, Julian. Sixth Row: William Jay Swan, Andrews; Cornelius M. Swart, Wilmington; William Wolker Swink, China Grove; Francis Houston Symmes, Wilmington; Marshall Daniel Taft, Jr., Koppo Sigma, Wadesboro; Henry Allen Tate, Chi Phi, Goffney, S. C. Seventh Row: Clarence Webb Tatum, Winston-Salem; Kenneth Ray Taylor, Poison; Rodney Bruce Taylor, James- town, Va.; Roland Lindsey Taylor, Torboro; William Robert Taylor, Jr., Koppo Sigma, Goldsboro; William Granger Teachey, High Point. Eighth Row; Hal Edward Teague, Jr., Granite Falls; Hubert Otto Teer, Jr., Phi Delto Theto, Durham; Herbert Teichman, Alpho Epsilon Pi, Winston-Salem; Jesse Thomas Terrell, Yanceyville; Joseph Terrell, Sigma Chi, Raleigh; Dale Edward Thomas, Beta Theto Pi, Attleboro, Mass. Ninth Row: Lorry Parks Thomas, Winston-Salem, Robert Erwin Thomas, Oxford; James Richard Thompson, Hender- sonville; James Vernon Thompson, Sigmo Phi Epsilon, Raleigh; Jerome Constontine Thompson, High Point; Lloyd Goodwin Thompson, Jr., Greensboro. r ffe P c p p C " . O ft p :lass i Kto First Row: Walter A. Thompson, Jr., Burlington; James Marsh Thomson, Jr., Minneopolis, Minn.; Donald Vance Thurber, High Point; Rolph Milbourne Thurlow, Baltimore, Md., Walter Thomas Tice, Jr., Chi Psi, High Point; David Ronald Tilley, Fuquay Springs. Second Row: Patricia Mallison Tilley, Morehead City; William Spencer Tilley, Raleigh; Thomas Morrison Tisdale, Asheville; Hubert Glenn Tolson, Beta Theto Pi New Bern; Arncld Joy Toomes, Randleman; Charles Wyse Trent, III, Kappa Sigma, Reidsville. Third Row: Ray Claton Troutman, Salisbury; Clarence Hughes Truckner, Durham; Russell Penn Truitt, Summer- field; Starr Truscot, Hampton, Va.; George Reginald Tucker, Hertford; Richard James Tuggle, Konnapolis. Fourth Row: Cleatus Frank Tulloch, Jr., Kappa Alpha, Leaksville; Herbert Carl Turner, Waynesville; Fred Arthur Tyndall, Jr., Goldsboro; Robert McLean Upton, Ventnor, N. J.; Hole Baxter Van Hoy, Walkertown; Costos KleanthI Varkoris, Famogusta, Cyprus Island. Fifth Row: Vernon Galphin Voughon, Henderson; Robert Troy Venters, Wilmington; Carl Jackson Vippermon, Glen White, W. Va.; John Everitt Von Oesen, Wilmington; Mangles George Von Oesen, Wilmington; Edgar Delacie Wade, Erwin. Sixth Row: Murphy Thomas Wagner, Jr., Durham; Lacy Wayne Walters, Fuquay Springs; Harold Norvin Word, Washington, D. C; William Jennings Word, Henderson; B. SAox Warner, Norman; Beverly Sneed Warner, Pi Kappa Alpha, Roanoke, Va. Seventh Row: Mark Ramsey Waters, Chapel Hill; Oliver Timberloke Watkins, Wilmington; Ralph J. Wotkins, Dur- ham; William Henry Weatherly, III, Sigma Nu, Elizabeth City; Paul Linwood Weaver, Jr., Wilmington; John Glake Weaver, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Stotesviile. Eighth Row: Dennis Reid Webb, Cliffside; Jomes Alfred Wellons, Delta Phi Alpho, Smithfield; James Clarence Wellons, Jr., Selmo; Robert Elmon West, Salemburg; Edsel Frank Whaley, Elizabeth City; Donald Eugene Whicker, Kernersville. Ninth Row: Howard Eugene Whisnant, Gastonia; Hiram Purcell Whitacre, Charlotte; James Norbert White, Micro; Marion Eugen White, Kings Mountain; Oscar McMullan White, Sigma Nu, Elizabeth City; Ralph Clellan White, Henderson. SOPHOMORE CLASS First Row: Reginald Sidney White, Lynchburg, Va.; Romas Templeton White, Charlotte; William Glenn White, Jr., Winslon-Salem; William Wallace White, Manson; Thomas Alva Whitley, Pi Kappa Phi, Portsmouth, Va.; Jim Beacham Whitlock, Kappa Alpha, Dublin, Go. Second Row: Richard Thomas Wiess, Phi Kappa Sigma, Philadelphia, Pa.; Bobby Austin Wilder, Mount Gilead; Jesse Ray Wiles, Wilkesboro; Hoyle Lusk Wilkes, Monroe; William Henry Wilkerson, Pi Kappa Phi, Reidsville; James H. Wilkinson, Beto Theta Pi, Concord. Third Row: Bill Albert Williams, Pi Kappa Phi, Granite Falls; Egbert Pridgen Williams, Stedman; Horace Edwin Williams, Chi Phi, Seven Springs; Mary Deone Williams, Chapel Hill; Robert Louis Williams, Raleigh; Woodward White Williams, Jr., Pi Kappa Alpho, Columbia, S. C. Fourth Row: Fred Kent Williamson, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Asheville; Claude Roberson Wilson, Phi Gamma Delta, Robersonville; Edward W. Wilson, Charlot te; Robert Sessoms Wilson, Aberdeen; William David Wilson, Dur- ham; William Thomas Wilson, Rural Hall. Fifth Row: Charles Baxter Winn, Troy; Jay V. Wise, Kannapolis; William Dowd Wolfe, Spencer; Charles Fred- rick Wolff, Winston-Salem; Jerry Robert Womack, Pi Kappa Phi, Spencer; Thomas Jefferson Wood, Jr., Cherry Point. Sixth Row: Leonard Schmick Woodall, Smithfield; Robert Lee Woodall, Lambda Chi Alpha, Winston-Salem; James Wilson Gibbon Woollcott, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Asheville; Robert Southerland Wooten, Jr., Kinston; James D. Words- worth, Jr., Rocky Mount; Donald Wesley Wrenn, Durham. Seventh Row: Clement Gillespie Wright, Delta Koppa Epsilon, Greensboro; Claude Glenn Yates, Phi Kappa Sigma, Lenoir; Robert Lee York, Jr., Waynesville; William Brantley York, Jr., Boone; Maurice Edward Young, Belle- fonte. Pa.; Nancy Carol Young, Chapel Hill. Eighth Row: Thomas Lee Young, Lexington; Carl Leslie Ziegler, Robbins. A. Davie slept here B. Campus wheels C. My little red wagon D. Ten wise virgins E. Hollywood and Vine, I presume F. Damn those imports G. Did someone say moil? H. And we did too Page 179 ' -■ V o, lTfl - % %ic l 9 Freshman Class Officers standing left to right: Hamilton Horton Bob Wallace Seated left to right: Pat George James McLeod Patricia Coley Page 182 FRESHMAN CLASS September, 1949, found us a group of confused Freshmen, wan- dering over the campus, and wondering where to go next and which line to stand in when we got there. The orientation program, however, soon made us feel as if we belonged here and though college life was rather strange at first, we quickly accustomed ourselves to it and began to sing " Hark the Sound " as though we ' d been here for years. We acquired the Carolina spirit and yelled as loudly as anyone at the games. Our courses weren ' t quite as hard as we had imagined and we liked the idea of having only three classes a day. We soon became used to standing in midnight movie lines, Harry ' s, and getting sand in our shoes. To us, these things typified Chapel Hill ond we wouldn ' t have traded them for anything. But we quickly found that it wasn ' t all play and " burning the midnight oil " became a reality. Good grades suddenly became more important than just getting by, and we began to save most of our fun for the week-ends. We really enjoyed ourslves then, though, and learned to party like Carolina gentlemen. As work and play ossumed the correct proportions and we lost some of our green Freshman characteristics, we began to look forward with hope and assurance to next year when we could return as Sopho- mores to what we now considered home. FRESHMAN First Row: Milo Boiling Abercrombie, Greensboro; William Reinicker Acker, Winston-Salem; Jack Warren Airheart, Concord; Charles Bennett Alderman, Elizabeth City; George William Goodwin Alderman, Garner; Joseph William Aldridge, Jr., Kinston; Robert Graham Aldridge, High Point; Allen Fred Alexander, Stotesville; Thomas Williamson Alexonder, Jr., Waynesville; Albert Louis Allred, Mount Airy. Second Row: Harvey Shernll Almond, Jr., Albemarle; Joseph John Alston, Portsmouth, Va.; Ernest Edward Anderson, Asheville; John Hellen Anderson, Raleigh; Kenneth George Anderson, Durham; Johan Henrik Andresen, Oslo, Norway; Sam Brown Andrews, Tarboro; Wilbur Crosby Andrews, Durham; Carmen Annillo, Jr., Union City, N. J.; George Herbert Armstrong, Mount Gileod. Third Row: R ichard Cooper Armstrong, LaGronge; Tommy Foust Ashcraft, Raleigh; Wiley Eugene Aumon, High Point; Bloke Deover Avery, Winston-Solem; Marlyn Evander Aycock, Elberon; Leonide Alfred Baarcke, Birmingham, Ala.; John R. Baggett, III, Lillington; Donald Etheridge Bailey, Biscoe; Douglas Lonnie Baker, Jr., Kinston; James McColl Baker, Rowland. V , ilk 1 f: p f p c €? Fourth Row: John Duke Baldridge, Jr., Winston-Salem; James Alan Ballard, Fayetteville, Myron Carroll Banks, Raleigh; Walton Oliver Banks, Garner; James Lelond Borden, Selma; Gilmer Clyde Barker, Jr., Roleigh; Billy Ebert Barnes, Winston-Solem; Charles Ward Barnes, Thomosville; Jon Burkett Barnes, High Point; Lowson Paul Barnes, Jr., Bennettsville, S. C. Fifth Row: Claude Alton Barnhill, Stokes; Edmund Gerald Barron, Moncks Corner, S. C; Kenneth Houston Barton, Elizabeth, N. J.; William Spainhour Boson, North Wilkesboro; Claude Hampton Bass, Fairmont; Charles Cox Batchelor, Rocky Mount; Seymour Bates, Greensboro; Lewis Warren Boucom, Faith; Bruce Allan Bauer, Arlington, Va.; Thomas Eugene Beck, Washington, D. C. Sixth Row: Honsel Clarkson Beeson, Greensboro; Alfred Lemuel Bell, Burlington; Robert Bremen Bell, Charlotte; Jacob Gront Bennett, Dunn; John Toscon Bennett, Philadelphia, Pa.; Gordon Abbott BerKstresser, Roanoke Rapids; Martin Abraham Bernstein, Goldsboro; Burton Hyman Bershaw, Asheville; Wayne Shannon Best, Rose Hill; Earl Roy Befts, Jr., Greensboro. Page 184 LASS First Row: Keith Rennie Brggers, Charlotte; Edward Dawson Biggs, Everetts; Hughes Monroe BInkley, Kernersville; Don Louis Birch, Raleigh; Charles Edward Bizzell, Seven Springs; Robert Harold Black, Glenside, Pa.; Walter Woodard Blake, Wilson- Albert Blonton, Kinston; Rupert Quentin Bliss, Jacksonville, Fla.; Fred Lee Blue, Jr., Aberdeen. Second Row: Ben Mayo Boddie, Rocky Mount; Hugh Daniel Bogue, Fremont; Samuel Lewis Booke, Jr., Winston-Solem; James McRae Boren, Greensboro; Charles Harvey Bowen, Ahoskie; Harry Gahris Bowman, Jr., Greensboro; Andrew Potton Boyd, Morganton; Ladson Hunter Boyle, Sumter, S. C; Percival Richard Bradshaw, ThomosviKe; George Wlllord Brain, Tomkins Cove, N. Y. Third Row: Hoke Austin Branham, Bottleboro; Colemon Brantley, Spring Hope; Berry Nolan Brewer, High Point; Joe B. Brewer, Rocky Mount; Williom Clarence Brewer, Jr., Jamesville; William Frazier Briley, Wilson; John Dillon Britt, Jr., Wilmington; Don B Broodwell, St. Pauls; Alvin Dupree Brown, Selma; Clyde Mack Brown, Traphill. B P Q p f p if a. p, a p ,ey o f c c J? f p Fourth Row: Donald M. Brown, New Bern; Lewis Arnold Brown, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Linwood A. Brown, Jr., Raleigh; Ralph Kenton Brown, Franklmville; Roland Everett Bruce, Jr., Charlotte; Christian Richard Bruning, III, Greensboro; David Wilson Bruton, Mt. Gilead; Robert Alexander Bruton, Whiteville; Clinton Ellwood Bryan, Jr., Pittsboro; Elisha Lewis Bryan, Goldsboro. Fifth Row: Albert Franklin Buie, Maxton; Tom Charles Bulla, High Point; Clifford Earl Bullard, Lumberton; William Barton Bullard, San Diego, Calif.; Amos Sumner Bumgardner, Jr., Charlotte; William Albright Burch, Jr., Bat Cave; Thomas Reeves Burgiss, Sporto: Virgil Franklin Burney, Ayden; Robert William Bynum, III, Stantonsburg; Bobby Grey Byrd, Selma. Sixth Row: Jean Livingston Caldwell, Chapel Hill; Troup Hall Callahan, Franklin; Dougaid Clinton Comeron, Jr., Sanford; James Thomas Campbell, Toylorsville; Brinson Whitaker Cannada, Durham; Thomas Lawton Cannady, Guilford College; Conrad Little Cannon, Monroe; Arron Leon Capel, Jr., Troy; Duncan Dean Carmichael, Kmgsport, Tenn.; J immie Carpenter, Albemarle. mm FRESHMAN Firsf Row: Glass Bowling Carrier, Jr., Charlotte; Heath Harding Carnker, Ellerbe; Thomas Lawrence Carroll, Charlotte; Byron Hall Carson, Jr., Rutherfordton; James Louis Carter, Jr., Chorbtle; Willard O. Carter, Konnopolis; Leslie Berkley Corwile, Jr., Wilson; Thomas Herman Cashwell, Asheboro; Thomas Ccstelloe, Wlnterville; Carey N. Castleberry, Jr., Sanford. Second Row: Wilford Caulkins, III, Lookout Mountain, Tenn.; Claude Potterson Coviness, Raleigh; Donald Vance Chamblee, High Point; Robert Benjamin Champion, Konnopolis; Billy Jones Cherry, Wiiliomston; Solomon Gilmer Cherry, Roxobel; David Douglas Chesson, Roper; Boyd O ' Bryont Childress, OlivJo; Aubrey William Clark, Oxford; Jerome Stuort Clark, Binghampton, N. Y. Third Row: Paul Wilbur Clark, Reidsville; Robert Wesley Clinord, Winston-Salem; John Henry Cline, Morgonton; Harvey P. Cobb, Jr., Four Oaks; George William Coggin, Star; Henry Irvin Coggins, Milwaukee; Thomas Ellis Coghill, Richmond, Va.; Fredrick Williams Coker, Franklin, Va.; David Bradford Cole, West Hartford, Conn.; Hugh Hobson Cole, Chapel Hill. Ki. Le ft " D Mi • L P p, 1 Fourth Row: James Richard Cole, Hickory; Curtis Cortez Coleman, Winston-Salem; Patricia George Coley, Newton; Curtis Edword Collier, Micro; William Hunter Collin, Asheville; Charles Amos Collins, Greensboro; Zollie Albert Collins, Jr., Kinston; John Woltz Comer, Jr., Dobson; Norman Francis Conont, Jr., Durham; David Cotten Cook, Chadbourn. Fifth Row: Julius Carl Cook, Rocky Mount; William Coson Cook, Monroe; William Manning Cook, Chester, Va.; Avery Murray Cooke, High Point; Charles Hugh Cooper, Greensboro; Joseph Bottle Corinth, Rocky Mount; William Powell Cornell, Charlotte; William Broughton Correl, Jr., Winston-Solem; Edmund Lee Cotten, Belleville, N. J.; Darryl Lee Council, Carrboro. Sixth Row: John Adrian Cowan, Durham; George Elton Cox, Winterville; James Lloyd Cox, Richlands; James Andrew Craig, Greenwood, Miss.; Ralph Lee Crover, Lexington; Fred Niblock Crawford, Jr., Statesville; Fredric Mull Crawford, Jr., Sanford; Jacquelin Boyd Crawford, Chapel Hill; Charles Raymond Croner, Jr., East Orange, N. J. Page 186 CLASS First Row: Ashley Benjamin Crowder, Raleigh; Bill Grady Cunningham, Asheville; William Nines Cunningham, Wilson; Jack Lee Daniels, Winston-Salem; Jed Selwyn Daniel, Danville, Va.; Earl Jerome Dark, Jr., Pittsboro; Robert William Daughtridge, Rocky Mount; Robert Theodore Dovenport, Mills River; Charles McForiand Davis, Jr., Winston-Solem; Howard William Davis, Seoboord. Second Row: Joseph Gomer Dovis, Jr., Spindale; Kenneth D. Davis, Wilson; Roy Lee Davis, Smithfield; Lyell Clark Dawes, Balti- more, Md.; William Atlas Dawkins, Jr., Raleigh; James Walter Day, North Wilkesboro; James Daye, Winston-Salem; Robert Doye, Winston-Solem; Bobby Lee Deal, Rockingham; Charles Carroll Deal, China Grove. Third Row: Ray Emanuel Deal, Jr., Morganton; John Hanby Debnom, Wilmington; Steve William Dellinger, Jr., Charlotte; Paul McAuley Dickens, Sanford; William Hal Dickens, Richmond, Vo.; Robert McDonald Diggs, Charlotte; Thomas Roderick Diggs, Jefferson; Thomas McDuff Dillon, Lexington; Harold Melvin Dove, Parkton; George L. Dorland, Durham. «- : rr. p p. - g P P Mffl Fourth Row: Wallace Reed Draughon, Durham; Stanley Gene Duke, Chapel Hill; James Braxton Dulo, Jr., Hudson; Billy McCoy Durham, Lomax; Arnold Stuart Dyson, Garland; Arthur James Eagan, Camp Lejeune; Larry Elliot Earley, Ahoskie; Robert Lee East, III, Asheboro; Joseph Warren Easter, Jr., Hamlet; Kenneth Franklin Easter, Winston-Solem. Fifth Row: Edward Dwight Easty, Greensboro; Jerry Lee Eckard, Charlotte; Charlie Economou, Rocky Mount; Robert Franklin Edge, Rocky Mount; Cortland Hoach Edwards, Sag Harbor, N. Y,; Lee Henry Edwards, Asheville; William Hewett Edwards, Jr., Wilhamston; Benjamin Limer Ellington, Washington; William Bonks Ellington, High Point; William Henry Elliott, Jr., Goldsboro. Sixth Row: William Grady Elmore, Rocky Mount; John Dwight Elting, Roanoke Rapids; Lewis Alvin Ennis, Durham; Jerry Floyd Epps, Jr., Walhollo, S. C; Walter Norbert Ernst, Baltimore, Md.; Hugh Tote Ervin, Jr., Morganton; James Franklin Ervin, Camp Hill, Po.; Stephens Hook Espy, Savannah, Go.; Edward Patrick Ester, Durham; Ben Taylor Etheridge, Bailey. Page 187 FRESHMAN First Row: Ray Cooper Euliss, Burlington; Cheyney Stauffer Evans, Greensboro; David Savage Evans, Raleigh; Donald Olmsted Evans, Charlotte; George Worrell Evans, Como; Robert Butler Evans, Lewes Beach, Del.; Perry Michael Fabion, Asheville; Howard Barksdale Farley, Jr., Kinston; Jerry D. Farmer, Bailey; Robert Archie Farmer, West End. Second Row: Woodson Bradford Fearing, Man e ; Sherrill Thomas Ferguson, Thomasville; Purvis Jennmgs Ferree, Winston-Salem; Edward Vernon Ferrell, Winston-Solem; Julian Horoce Fisher, Rocky Mount; Malcolm V. Fites, Fairfield; William Benjamin Fleming, Cohagen, Montana; Ray Charles Fletcher, Drexel; Calvin Moore Floyd, Jr., Roanoke Rapids; Lewis Harry Floyd, Uni- versity Park, Md. Third Row: Jonas Richard Futrell, Jr., Hertford; Virginia Eloise Fogleman, Chapel Hill; Luke Astel Forrest, Jr., Raleigh; Archibald Taylor Fort, Oxford; Jack Tribble Fortune, Burlington; Arthur G ' een Fountain, Rocky Mount; Bruce Almon Fountain, Torboro; Robert Allen Fountain, HI, Fountain; Jimmie Miller Fouts, Lexington; Croatan Lofton Fouts, Jr., Foison. (F f 1 (O O P .O p pi pi p. mj p P ' r ■ p o u mu t Fourth Row: Fred Adam Frank, Jr., Fairfield, Ohio; Earl Juies Frankel, Miami Beach, Fla.; Theodore G. Frcnkel, Atlanta, Ga.; Joseph Joy Freedman, Wilton, Conn.; William Joseph Freeman, Raleigh; Lorry Moore French, Jr., Cave City; Gary Gilliam Fulghum, Jr., Middlesex; Robert Ray Gabriel, Mooresville; Thomas Dormon Gaines, Jamesville; Richard O ' Neil Gamble, Summer- field. Fifth Row: Scott Clevelan Gardner, Chapel Hill; George Alexander Gorey, Jr., Wilmington; Frank Edwin Albion Giles, Winston-Salem; Donald Neil Gilleland, Stalesville; Roy William Gladden, Carthage; Neil Gl McCobe Godfrey, Tarboro; Hannibal L. Godwin, Raleigh; Forrest Donald Gold, Shelby. Gar er, Shelby; Jesse Burlington; Paul Sixth Row: Vic Goldberg, Winston-Salem; Norman Wilbur Goldin, Raleigh; James Chester Goodin Woynesville; Guy Vernon Gooding, Jr., Kenonsville; Edwin Stanley Goodrran, Charlotte; Charles Lenfest Goodrich, Washington, D. C; Fernie Graham Goodwin, Apex; Marion Cole Goodwin, Goldsboro; Ronald Denny Gordon, Lexington; John Ashmore Gower, Raleigh. lASS First Row: John Duval Grant, New Bern; Bobby Lee Gray, Bahama; Francis Weatherly Green, Charlotte; Clarence Edward Green- way, High Point; Edmund Reeves Greer, Vilas; Gregory Miles Cunningham, Halifax; Harry Clark Grier, Arlington, Vo.; James E. Gnffm, Marshville; Reginald Brown Griffin, Goldsboro; William O. Griffin, Jr., Williamston. Second Row: Charles Lee Griffith, Burnsville; Bill Joe Grimes, Thomasville; Vincent Anthony Grimaldi, Philadelphia, Pa.; Joseph Samuel Grissom, Cary; William King Grogan, Jr., Kernersville; John Moss Guilbert, Tryon; Jerry Dennis Gulley, Clayton; Herman Curtis Gunter, Fuquay Springs; Alexander Randall Hanger, Richmond, Va.; Donald Edward Haigler, Concord. Third Row: Andrew Julius Ham, Elizabethton; Richard Erral Ham, Camp Lejeune; Alfred Wilson Homer, Morgonton; Joseph Eugene Hamrick, Charlotte; Larry Dean Homnck, Shelby; Jack Gellman Handler, Sarasota, Fla.; Carl Norns Honna, Gastonia; Samuel Thomas Harding, East Aurora, N. Y.; Stephen Josper Harding, Washington; Harry Hardison Blake, Rocky Mount. P p C P M ' f f p ff» p ir p p : ( p p C O f P ' W ( O P C Q f a P 1 a i iir Jii .w Fourth Row: Harris Judson Hardy, Rcckville; Ronsom Bryant Hare, III, Wilmington; Bert Edward Jorre, Morgonton; J. Douglas Harrell, Chapel Hill; Goldston Franklin Harris, High Point; James Crockett Horris, Worrenton; William Edmond Harris, Franklin- ton; William Rix Harris, Henderson; Willis Paul Harris, Jr., Robersonville; James Frank Harrison, Chattanooga, Tenn. Fifth Row: Victor Meyer Hartung, Chapel Hill; Fred Thomas Harvey, Jr., Burlington; Russell T. Hartley, Roselle, N. J.; Gordon Ames Hawkins, Jr., Madison; Ralph Filmore Hayes, Rocky Mount; Jock Donald Haynes, Gastonia; Charles Lewis Haywood, Turners- burg; John Livingston Hazelhurst, Henderson; Melvin Joseph Healy, Allendale, N. J.; James Elwood Heath, Kinston. Sixth Row: Harold Milton Heckman, Athens, Go.; Alon Bernard Heilig, Kinston; James Edward Heins, Sanford; James Eron Helms, Cherryville; Frank Lewis Helsobeck, Rural Hall; Robert Edword Henning, Winston-Salem; Joseph Dean Henson, Otto; Williom Henry Herman, Louisburg; Chorles Douglas Herring, Durham; Woverly Erwin Hester, Tryon. FRESHMAN First Row: Robert G. Hewitt, Miami, Fla.; Herman Milton Heyn, II, Baltimore, Md.; George Edward Higgins, Gaffney, S. C; William Buren Hill, Cliffside; Vernon Ivalee Hill, Carrboro; William Lamer Hill, Wilmington; Lloyd Vernon Hinton, Washington, D. C; Edward Gibbon Hobbs, Selmo; Robert Branson Hobbs, Chapel Hill; Dan McLaughlin Hobson, Winston-Salem. Second Row; Edward Newton Hobson, Boonville; Fred Mason Hoffmon, Jr., Burlington; Morris Gillam Hogan, Jr., Oteen; Brooks Cornelius Holder, Jr., Winston-Salem; Harry Lake Holder, Charlotte; Thomas Edison Holder, Lillington; James Bennet Holliday, Pinetops; Robert Peel Holmes, Mt. Olive; Albert Brower Holt, Graham; Frank Lee Hood, Greeneville, Tenn. Third Row: William Clayton Hood, Jr., Chapel Hill; Edgar Wright Hooks, Kenly; Thomas Gregory Hopkins, Reidsville; Alton Marion Hopper, Jr., Shelby; William Wesley Horner, New Bern; Hamilton Cowles Horton, Winston-Salem; Olive Max Horton, New Hill; Owen Troy Horton, Mt. Airy; William Thomas Hough, Washington; Carl Leonard Howard, Parkersburg. Im A i if iK mi P P P € ' O P B 9 P J p p T A f r T 1 t A ZM MWBk ■kill P P ( P £ ' P Pi Fourth Row: Henry Clarence Howell, Cary; Harry Hoyle, Lincoln. ' on; Hinton Gardner Hudson, Winston-Salem; William Michael Osborne Hudson, Tarboro; James Hughes, Murphy; Francis Clayton Hummer, Winston-Salem; Helen Jeonette Hunter, Westfield; John Robert Hunter, Winston-Salem; Joseph Henry Hurd, Durham; James Franklin Hurley, III, Salisbury. Fifth Row: Jerone David Hurwitz, Raleigh; Wingate Martin Hutchins, Durham; Roy Carson Ipock, Cove City; Charles Watson Irvin, Jr., Greensboro; Alfred Henry Iseley, Greensboro; David Kent Jackson, High Point; Herman Eugene Jackson, Kings Moun- tain; Robert Beaumont Jackson, Hickory; Walter Clinton Jackson, III, Greensboro; William Stuart Jomes, Chatham, Va. Sixth Row: Macon Marshall Jefferys, Raleigh; Kenneth Lee Jenkins, Jacksonville; John Bright Jernigan, Chapel Hill; Charles Borden Johnson, Greensboro; Charles Reid Johnson, Winston-Salem; Clemuel Mansey Johnson, Benson; David Aaron Johnson, Goldsboro; Duone C. Johnson, Niagara Falls, N. Y.; James Paul Johnson, Durhom; Robert Tipton Johnson, Elizabethton. Page 190 LASS First Row: Leslie Newkirk Johnston, Jr., Wilmington; Harry Harley Jones, Washington, D. C; Henry Robert Jones, Rockinghom; William Desmer Jones, Spray; Samuel Thomas Jord an, Washington, D. C; Thomas Claudiaus Jordon, Oxford; Francis Lang Joyner, Wilson; Fuller Parham Karriker, Durham; Max Wilson Keck, Durham; Jerry Graismos Kefolas, Wilmington. Second Row: Clarence Owen Kelly, Plymouth; William Oliver Kendrick, Columbia, S. C; Richard L. Kenfield, Chapel Hill; Wiley Oates Kennedy, Jr., Naval Base, S. C; Lavick Harden Kernodle, Jr., Danville, Va.; Milton Gus Kiger, Greensboro; Donald Herbert Kimel, Stafesville; Edward Fisher Kirk, Baldwyn, Miss.; Peter Kotsch Kloeppel, Charleston, S. C; Richord John Knaup, Greensboro. Third Row: Jerry Oakley Koontz, Lexington; Laddie Landau, Greensboro; Wolter Howard Landers, Asheville; Raeford Hopkins Lanier, Chinquapin; Niels Julius Lassen, Copenhagen, Denmark; Richard Carl Lossiter, Raleigh; Boyd Lex Lowing, Jr., Mt. Holly; Richard Brooke Lawson, Jr., Hopkinsville, Ky.; Thomas Edison Leary, Ahoskie; Jeanne Frances LeCloir, Chapel Hill. " — -.! f W - ' P I? f C ft f f ' !} ! ( ' Q- J P f ' f p p ' p n p f ::: (r p f p e M m t Fourth Row: Edwin Mangum Ledwell, Jr., Charlotte; Veter LeRoy Lee, Norwood; John Winstead Lee, Rocky Mount; Henry Peter- son Leighton, Chapel Hill; William Wood Leighton, Chapel Hill; Jack Hoynes Lentz, Raeford; David Brian Leonard, Wrightsville Beoch; John William Leonard, Lincolnton; Harry Lerner, Lincolnton; Bill Smith Lester, Greensboro. Fifth Row: Jomes Cory Lester, Roanoke, Va.; John Edward Lester, Stoneville; James Frederick Leverette, Fayetteville; Martin Philip Levinson, Norfolk, Va.; Hilbert Levitz, Lebanon, Po.; Richard Paul Levy, Jamaica, N. Y.; Vernon Melvin Lewark, Newark, N. J.; Henry Byrd Lewis, Raleigh; Walter Penn Lewis, Jr., Winston-Salem; John Edward Lievsay, Knoxville, Tenn. Sixth Row: Stanhope Alexander Ligon, Charlotte; Jerry Keith Liles, Garner; James Baxter Linder, Greensboro; James Gunn Lindley, Greensboro; Clarence Ernest Lingerfelt, Morgonton; Robert Dewey Lingerfeldt, Jr., Gastonio; Willard Bradford Litch- field, Aurora; Earle Dudley Litzenberger, Bethlehem, Pa.; Robert Cleve Llewellyn, Concord; Dalton Hartwell Loftin, Trenton. Page 191 FRESHMAN First Row: Cletus Roscoe Long, Winston-Salem; William Hugh Lonney, Son Diego, Calif-; Robert Foin Looney, Rocky Mount; Williom Pickens Lore, Smithfield; Bobby Bradford Lowder, Albemarle; John Alexander Lowder, Lincolnton; William Porter Lowdermilk, Greensboro; Alon Roy Lupko, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Rufus Hector Lupton, Edenfon; Charles Richard Macgille, Raleigh. Second Row: Charles Fletcher McBride, Rockingham; David Yates McBroyer, Shelby; Marvin M. McCall, Charlotte; Poge Doughton McCouley, Danville, Va.; Donald Felix McCormick, Bloomfield, N. J.; J:m Dwight McFodden, Morganton; Charles Edward McKenna, St. Petersburg, Flo.; John McKey, Jr., Putney, Vt.; Edward D. McLoughlin, Washington, D. C; Charles Thomas McLaunn, Rockingham. Third Row: Lyman Bonner McLowhon, Kinston; William Mangum McLowhorn, Winterville; James Melvin McLean, Harbinger; William Dovies McLellond, Mooresville; James Carlisle McLeod, Jr., Florence, S. C; Thomas McMillan, Jr., Rocky Mount; Bobby Burns McNeill, Roeford; Richard Gene McNeill, North Wilkesboro; William Arthur McNeill, Red Springs; Ralph Lipscomb McQueen, Lumberton. ( P P P P B P f£.lMi Fourth Row: Robert Lloyd Madden, Chapel Hill; Harold William Maddie, New York, N. Y.; Harold Cooley Mahler, Four Oaks; Jean Ann Mann, Chapel Hill; Gilbert Ernest Marsh, Thomasville; Joe Isaacs Marshall, Walnut Cove; Paul Eugene Marshall, Winston-Salem; Robert Ellington Morshcll, Jr., Raleigh; David J. Martin, Cory; Julian Dewey Mason, Jr., Williamston. Fifth Row: Harold Way Motthews, Leaksville; Kenneth Lee Matthews, Robersonville; Charles King Maxwell, Charlotte; Junius Kenneth Maxwell, Pink Hill; Peggie Anne Maynard, Carrboro; Daniel Sawyer Mayo, Washington; C. Curtis Meltzer, Miami, Fla,; Clarence Warren Melvin, Clarkton; Roswell Merritt, Houston, Texas; John Norwood Mickle, Jr., Winston-Salem. Sixth Row: Edwin Lee Middleton, Charlotte; Hal Young Miller, Jr., Lenoir; Jimmy Lee Miller, Albemarle; Wiltiam Francis Miller, Tarboro; John Rowe Milliken, Monroe; Frederick Thomos Minnis, Winston-Salem; Renard Roy Mitchell, Jr., Greensboro; Cuthbert Vernon Mize, Jr., Whiteville; Albert Cunningham Moore, Miami, Fla.; George Ervin Moore, Jr., Oxford. LASS First Row: James Theodore Moore, Wilmington; James Harry Morgan, Chorlotte; Harvey Andrew Morse, Jr., Tarboro; Kenneth Wayne Mostella, Droper; John Fairbonks Motsinger, Winston-Salem; Robert Franklin Mount, Stony Point; George Pinkney Mull, Jr.. Vale; Charles David Murray, Middletown, Ohio; Charles Hommett Myers, Washington, D. C; James Robert Myers, Fronklin. Second Row: Joe Gaither Myers, Elkin; Clyde Hurley Nance, Troy; Nancy Carol Nance, Chadbourn; Thomas Roy Nannev, Con- cord; Roland Trice Neal, Durham; Russell Claude Neece, High Point; Jomes Lyman Neely, High Point; Kenneth Eorle Neese, Jr., Monroe; Rolfe Neill, Columbus, Go.; Horace Groy Nelson, Kernersville. Third Row: Joe Corroll Nelson, Kernersville; Joseph Higgins Nelson, Rocky Mount; Albert Sidney Newton, Winston-Salem; Lewis Toylor Newsome, Tarboro; James George Nichols, Winston-Sa!em; John Thomas Nobles, Chadbourn; Thomos Edward Noell, Greensboro; Judson Sickel Novins, Toms River, N. J.; Thomos Franklin Norman. Dobson; Eugene Oberdorfer, II, Atlanta, Go. Lp D r» n e c p. p c% p» o © f5 a 4 .A - Fourth Row: Gerold Molone Oldham, Chapel Hill; John Hal Oliver, Lumberton; Billy Dere O ' Neol, Tarboro; Wallace W. O ' Neal, Durham; Morris Floyd Osborne, Arden; Rupert Gene Owens, Horbinger; Bobby Pace, Morrisville; William Lee Page, Tarboro; Willie E. Page, Jr., Dover; Richard James Painter, Greensboro. Fifth Row: Alton Wooten Pardue, Elkin; Lester Bennett Porham, Tabor City; Williom Fred Parhom, Oxford; Oscar Hall Paris, Jr., Greensboro; Dennis Cartier Porrish, Four Oaks; Emmett Mason Partin, Durham; Junior Micah Pofe, Jr., Goldsboro; Troy Wendell Pafe, Jr., Goldsboro; Henry Broadbent Patterson, Hickory; Robert Kizer Potterson, Albemarle. Sixth Row: Robert Stewart Patterson, Charlotte, Clifton Gadberry Payne, Rural Holl; Garth Howard Payne, Elkin; Thomas Wil- liam Poyne, Greensboro; Joseph John Pazdan, Trenton, N. J.; Joseph Sandy Peake, Kinston; John Merriwether Peek, Jr., Roanoke, Vo , Roger Peele, Chapel Hill; Paris Moody Pepper, Chapel Hill; Daniel Eli|ah Perry, Kinston. FRESHMAN First Row: Lowrence Gordon Pfefferkorn, Winston-Salem; Walter Everett Philips, Wilson; Horoce Benjamin Phillips, Trenton; Ralph Donald Phillips, Marion; Robert Lee Phillips, Chapel Hill; Dana Phipps, Chapel Hill; Richard Theodric Pillsbury, Jr., Salis- bury, Md.; Leon Sheldon Pitman, Jr., Charlotte; Emerson Walter Pitts, Winston-Salem; Jomes Franklin Plott, Lexington. Second Row: John Edward Poindexter, Burlington; William Doub Poindexter, Jr., Winsion-Solem, George William Poole, Raleigh; Emmett Judson Pope, Jr., Mount Olive, Thad Harris Pope, Dunn, C. Allen Poppleton. Summerville, S. C; Chalmers Marshall Port, Mifflintown, Pa, Robert Francisco Porter, Jr, Winston-Solem; Walter Travis Porter, Emerson; Carlyle Fairfax Posey, Baltimore, Md. Third Row: Eormine Lee Poteat, Jr., Yonceyville; Eldon Turnage Powell, Coleroin; Willie Arthur Powell, Jr., Draper; William Stuart Pregnall, Charleston, S. C; John Frederick Prescott, Raleigh; Herman Fenton Preston, Jr., Winston-Solem; Fred Avery Price, Jr., Greensboro; Elton Claude Pridgen, Selma; Rona d Stanford Prince, Asheville; Richard William Pritchord, Wilson. e r r Q f Q l t ' Mt k tkhm ii. i J dl M Fourth Row: William Allen Prouty, Media, Pa.; Stephen Cornelius Pugh, Old Trap; James Lauchlin Purser, Raleigh; Percy Hall Quinlan, Chapel Hill; Athaboska Fitch Quinn, Pink Hill; Michael James Rabil, Weldon; James Edword Ramsey, Woodsdale, Phillip Clifton Ransdell, Varino; Joseph Leonard Rowls, Rocky Mount; Clifford McKinley Ray, Jr., Mebane. Fifth Row: Edgar Arlo Ray, Charlotte; Ben Grady Redding, Morston; Max Herman Redding, Cedar Foils; Paul Nathon Redding, Gostonia; Harold Withers Redmon, Leoksville; Fred Alexander Reeves, Foyetteville; Huber Elwood Register, Cove City; Corky Reibel, Charlotte; Neal Withington Reichle, Foyetteville; Joe Hunter Reins, Winston-Salem. Sixth Row: Scott Dean Rhodarmer, Canton; Harold Bogley Rhodes, Raleigh, Charles Otis Rice, High Point; Alton Bradley Rich, Jr., Grahom; James Fred Richords, Jr., Miami, Fla.; Joe Iverson Riddle, Morganton; Charles Frederick Rierson, Jr., Mt. Airy; Bobby Stanley Rigsbee, Durham; Fred Gilbert Riggsbee, Durham; John Willard Riley, III, Wilmington. LASS First Row: Lewis Samuel Ripps, Bayonne, N. J.; Barry H. Rizzo, Monmouth Beach, N. J., William Henry Robbins, Jr., Rocky Mount; James Oliver Roberson, Pormele; Barksdale Fletcher Roberts, Louisville, Ky.; Mark William Roberts, Madison; John Andrew Robeson, Hickory; James Horvey Rogers, Mooresville; Robert Le Roy Rollins, Jr., Formville; Randolph Cecil Roper, Pittsboro. Second Row: James Morion Rose, Shelby; Henry Thomas Rosser, Hamlet; James L. Rothermel, Carrboro; Julius Addison Rousseau, Jr., North Wilkesboro; Henry Benton Rowland, Jr., Zebulon; Lawrence Erostus Rudisill, Jr., Lincolnfon; Fred Alfred Rumley, Winsfon-Solem; Claire Phillips Russell, Chapel Hill; Elmon Shelton Russell, Albemorle; Ernest Eugene Russell, Jr., Raleigh. Third Row: Williom Thane Sadler, Roanoke Rapids; John David Salmond, New York, N. Y.; Harry Samet, High Point; Alvin Bernard Samuel, Paragould, Ark.; Thomas Alfred Sanders, Jr., Winston-Salem; Andrew Goodwin Scarborough, Jr., Raleigh; Gilbert Beckmon Schaeffer, Summit, N. J.; John Martin Schnorrenberg, Asheville; Jake Schoonderwoerd, Enka; Frank Richard Schwartz, Phillipsburg, N. J. p) a p P p (P - p r 1 p Fourth Row: Ernest William Schwarz, Philadelphia, Pa.; Andrew Shelton Sealey, Shelby; Donald Clemens Seifert, Henderson; John Wilbjr Sharp, Greensboro; Charles Robert Sharpe, Greensboro; Henry Harris Shavitz, High Point; Arnold Campbell Show, Jr., Asheville; Robert Eugene Shaw, La Vale, Md.; Neol Sheffield, Jr., Greensboro, Theodor John Shevcov, Stratford, Conn. Fifth Row: Chorles Wayne Shumate, Goldsboro; Hal Cox Sigman, Greensboro; Robert Wilson Siler, Jr., Siler City; Raymond Robinson Simmons, Lawrenceville, Va.; Lewis Scott Simon, Jr., Charlotte; James A. Sinclair, Raeford; Edward Earl Singleton, Roxboro; Sarah Jeanette Sloan, Chapel HHI; Richard Brome Sloop, North Wilkesboro; Benson Esur Slosman, Asheville. Sixth Row: Bobby Eugene Slough, Concord; Owen Meredith Smaw, New Bern; Edward Marvin Smith, Matthews; James Franklin Smith, Stanley; Morgan Findlay Smith, Yonkers, N. Y,; Percy R Smith, Jr., Wilmington; Raphael Wright Smith, Jr., Kinston; Sterling Price Smith, Elizabeth City; William Bennett Smith, Beihaven; William DuBerry Smith, Bethel. FRESHMAN First Row: William Edward Smith, Selmc; James Harrison Smitherman, Winston-Solem; Harry Emery Snook, Charlotte; Roy Robert Solaski, Staten Island, N. Y.; James Dudley Spainhour, Bethania; Juan Edward Spanolia, Greensboro, Robert Arthur Spaugh, Winston-Salem; John Shelby Spong, Charlotte; Charles Douglas Stampley, Charlotte; Walter Devalin Stanaland, Shallotte. Second Row: William Andrew Stanley, Goldsboro; Billy Paul Stoton, Concord; Leslie Edwin Stauber, Jr., Rural Hall; James Gordon Steogall, Oxford; Swam Hunter Norman Stephenson, Halifax; Weyman Grant Stephenson, Lillington; Edward Amos Stevens, W. Springfield, Mass.; Francis Asbury Stewart, Marshville; Richard Thomas Stone, Nashville; William Harvey Stonestreet, Winston-Salem. Third Row: John CaVin Stowe, Ee ' mont; Charles Edward Streetman, Lexington; Riley Dan Strickland, Lenoir; Lomor Wesley Stroupe, Dallas; Karl Dane Stuard, Raleigh; John Aloysius Sullivan. Chapel Hill; Thomas Alfred Sully, Jr., Charlottesville, Va.; Ray Jackson Summers, Sheby; Stephen Wolfe Sutker, Charlotte; Edward Emerson Suttle, Charlotte. J " P-» JC? Fourth Row: A. G. Sutton, Burlington; Howard Bryan Sutton, Jr., Goldsboro; John Robert Swain, Winston-Salem; Amon Lee Swonger, Hazelwood; Richard Bymn Sweeney, Konnapolis; William B. Talley, Greensboro; Billy Fair Tolly, Winston-Salem; Gorrell Lee Tate, Winston-Salem; Carroll Richard Taylor, Asheville; Cooper Ellis Taylor, Jr., Raleigh. Fifth Row: John Anderson Taylor, Winston-Salem; Gerora Francis Tempest, Olivia; Leslie OIlie Tharrington, Louisburg, Donald Alvin Thomas, Charlotte; Richard Lowell Thomas, Leaksville; Robert Earl Thomas, Vorino; Edward Dickson Thompson, High Point; Bernard Harris Thorn, Raleigh; Howard Louis Tickle, Burlington, Stanley Dean Tinkhom, Washington, D. C. Sixth Row: Ben Thompson Tison, 111, Charlotte; Laurence Houston Todd, Jr., East Bend; Waiter Frederick Toy, Bryn Mowr, Pa.; Rawleigh Lewis Tremain, Jr., Alexandria, Va.; Zeb. B. Trexler, Jr., Concord; Francis King Trogdon, III, Winston-Salem; Paul Donald Trollinger, Asheboro; Keith Grayson Troxler, Elon; Allen Scott Turner, III, Philadelphia, Po.; Andrew James Turner, Jr., Charlotte. LASS First Row: Richard Leroy Tutterow, Greensboro; Bruce Wright Tyler, Asheville; Thomas Marshall Uzzell, Jr., Charleston, S. C; Dalmo Wilson Uzzle, Jr., Durham; David Rupert Vance, Chapel Hill; Donald Eugene Vaughn, Gastonio; Robert Candler Vaughn, Jr., Winston-Salem; John Joseph Vincent, Swannanoa; Irwin Edward Vinnik, Miami Beach, Fla.; Frederick Wright Vogler, Burlington, Vt. Second Row: Grandin Schuyler Vought, Raleigh; Gerald Max Wagger, High Point; Leonard Forrest Walker, Kernersville; F. Barry Wall, Washington, D. C; John Joseph Wallace, Elkins, W. Vo.; Robert Tyson Wallace, Boltimore, Md.; Edmund Meredith Waller, Jr., Arlington, Va.; Jomes Moffett Walters, Charlotte; George Britain Walton, Jr., Chadbourn; James Al Ward, Williamston. Third Row: Jerry Gilbert Ward, Asheboro; William Grohom Wore, Jr., Winston-Salem; Alwood Bulluck Warren, Wilmington; Hampton Turner Warren, Wilmington; James Edward Worren, Roanoke Rapids; J. Heywood Washburn, High Point; David Clagett Waters, Germontown, Md.; Charles Garmon Watkins, Henderson; Joel Smith Watkins, Warren, Ark.; Bryan Turner Watlington, Reidsville. P O p Q f a p p P p Wf P ( P f p P p p r a Fourth Row: Eugene Roy Watson, Charlotte; William Rondolph Watson, Raleigh; John Peebles Watts, Williamston; John Robert Way, Greensboro; Billy Gray Weatherman, Winston-Salem; Jane Webb, Chapel Hill; Ted Boyce Webb, Rockingham; John Philips Weeks, Rocky Mount; Alfred Morton Weinstein, Raleigh; Herman Wendell Welker, III, Greensboro. Fifth Row: Joseph Denny Wellmon, Danville, Vo.; William Freeman Wellons, Selma; Eugene Cox Whaling, Winston-Salem; James Ashby Wharton, Jr., Greensboro; Alexander Gray Whitley, Battleboro; Robert Cullen Whitley, Williamston; Kenneth L. Wiggins, Goldsboro; Benson Reid Wilcox, Charlotte; James Norris Wilfert, Tenafly, N. J.; Erwin Thompson Williams, Jr., Lumberton. Sixth Row: George Willioms, Raleigh; Jabez Herring Williams, Asheville; James Lowell Williams, Bynum; Joyce Lillie Williams, Chapel Hill, Thomas Jefferson Williams, Monroe; Thurman Louis Williams, Jr., Winston-Salem; William Holt Williamson, Char- lotte; Claude Franklin Willis, Selma; George Dovid Wilson, Morgonton; James Mclhria Wilson, Oxford. FRESHMAN CLASS First Row: John Moron Wilson, Morgonton; John Ray Windham. Rocky Mount; Robert Gray Windsor, Winston-Saiem Frank OIlin Winstead, Jr., Durham, Albert Z. F Wood, Jr., Lancaster, S. C. " Clorence Doster Wood, Lexington; William Bainster Wood Greensboro; Ronald Lee Woodruff, Cherry Point, Walter Holl Wright, Jr., Aberdeen; Charles Garnett Yorbrough, Winston-Salem! Second Row: Horry Nelson Young, Greensboro; Ted Paisley Young, Wmston-Solem; Kenneth Ray Youngblood Fletcher Burton Wyott Younfs, Leoksville; Kenyon Benedict Zahner, Jr., Highlands, H. Jay Zink, Moundsyille, W. Vo. House-wife Holding down the overage ...• fl A. Phi Betes on the run B. Outscooping the DTH C. A party D. Tell me more G. I ' ll not work Ralph E. Carter, Herman W. Lynch, Wilbur S. Ward. Pharmacy School Officers Officers of the school: Waits A. West, President; Arthur Brothers, Vice-President; Doris H. Sauls, Secretary-Treasurer; Donald Bennett, Representa- tive to Honor Council. Officers of the Fourth Year Class: Henry Dale Smith, President; John Lowder, Vice-President; Ben F, Cooper, Secretary-Treasurer. Officers of the Third Year Closs: Ralph E. Carter, President; Herman W. Lynch, Vice-President; Wil- bur S. Ward, Secretary-Treasurer. Officers of the Second Year Class: Clark Russell, President; Lewis Summey, Vice-President; Carolyn Burgess, Secretary-Treasurer. Officers of the First Year Class: Stephen Perrow, President; Cooper Matthews, Vice-President; Carolyn Twiggs, Secretary-Treasurer. Following on intensive orientation program for the freshmen and new students, 1 96 future pharmacists settled down to labs and classes. The fall was highlighted by a buffet supper at Graham Memorial given by the school, rushing by the two pharmacy fraternities, Kappa Epsilon pledgings, initiations, and their party for the new girls, the football week-ends, the N. C. P. A. membership drive, and the Christmas party given by the Pharmacy Girls ' Association. Everyone was too busy with classes. Senate meetings, the social events of the fraternities, basketball games, and study to notice winter ' s bleakness. At last spring came and while minds wandered so did the seniors, all the way to Indianapolis on the Lilly trip. The picnic, tea dance, and formal dance constituted a gala Pharmacy week-end. The time came when all eyes focused on the seniors. Graduation invitations, parties, awards, and cramming for exams filled the few hours until they received degrees and turned Iheir eyes to the State Board. DEAN M. L. JACOBS 1 1 1 l l r - B %■■ Pharmacy Senate First Row: Betty Blanchard, Allene Warren, Hampton Langdon, Floyd Jones, Bob Schroff, Benjamin Cooper, Jarvis Alligood, Doris Souls, Beatrice Kaminetzkv • Second Row: John Woodard, Arthur Brothers, Larry McA ' lister, Loyd M. Wholey, Moss Salley, John Lowder, Robert C. Wilson, R. Truman Hudson • Third Row: Henry Dale Smith, Gregory Howe, Loyd Brisson, James H. Davis, James P. Greene, Roger Sloop, Waits A. West, Dr. E. A. Brecht. V ' ti Pharmacy Schoo JARVIS MARION ALLIGOOD Washington B.S. IN PHARMACY. Rho Chi (3, 4), N. C. P. A, FRANK BARNETT, JR. Henderson B S. IN PHARMACY. Rho Chi. DONALD LEON BENNETT Fuquay Springs B.S. IN PHARMACY. Phi Detto Chi; Rho Chi; N. C. P. A. (2, 3, 4); Class Honor Council (4). JAMES EDWARD BENNICK Charlotte B. S. IN PHARMACY, Phi Delta Chi; N. C. P. A., Secre- tary. LLOYD CLIFFORD BRISSON Fayetteville B S, IN PHARMACY. Kappa Psi; Pharmacy Senate, JAMES EDWIN BROOKSHIRE B.S. IN PHARMACY. Rho Chi. Winston-Salem ARTHUR ETHERIDGE BROTHERS Elizabeth City B.S. IN PHARMACY. Koppa Psi; Rho Chi; N. C. P. A. 0, 2, 3, 4}; Vice-President, School of Pharmacy (4); Secretary, Kappa Psi (4); Pharmacy Senote (3, 4). BENJAMIN FRANKLIN COOPER Warsaw B.S. IN PHARMACY Phi Koppa Alpho; Rho Chi. ARLISS RUDOLPH CULLER Pinnacle b ' .S. IN PHARMACY. A. LYLE DAVIS Roxboro B S. IN PHARMACY. WILLIAM TAYLOR DEMENT Oxford B.S. IN PHARMACY. Rho Chi; N, C, P. A. {1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). ROBERT LINDSEY DEWAR B.S. IN PHARMACY. Fuquay Springs JAMES HENRY DOWDY High Point B.S, IN PHARMACY, Kappa Alpha; Koppa Psi; German Club (2, 3, 4); Sheiks (3, 4), NELL EVANS Asheville B,S. IN PHARMACY. CLARENCE McDONALD FERGUSON Siler City B.S. IN PHARMACY. Sigma Chi; N. C, P, A. (I, 2, 3, 4). JA MES CHANDLER GABRIEL CHARLES HOWARD GADDY B.S. IN PHARMACY. Phi Delta Chi. Mooresville cy Senate Ingold EUGENE FRANCIS GALLOGLY Milwaukee, Wis. B S IN PHARMACY. N. C, P, A,; Pharmocy Senate. ourth Year Class Gibsonville ALVIS BURTON GILLIAM, JR. e.5. IN PHARMACY. CLIFTON HARVEY GREESON B.S. IN PHARMACY. WILLIAM PITTS HORTON ALFRED GREGORY HOWE Washington B.S. IN PHARMACY. Theta Chi; Alpha Chi Sigmo; Phar- macy Senate (2, 3, 4), N. C. P. A. (3, 4). PAUL RONALD JENKINS B.S. IN PHARMACY. Rho Chi. CARL EDGAR JOLLEY Ctiffside B.S. IN PHARMACY. CHARLES FLOWENOY JONES FLOYD EDWARD JONES, JR. Morehead City B.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Psi, Vice-President (3, 4); Rho Chi, Reporter (3, 4); Pharmacy Senate (1, 2, 3, 4), Reporter (3), President (4); N. C. P. A. (1, 2, 3, 4), Re- porter; Dean ' s Cabinet (4); University Club (3); Y.M.C.A. (1,2). JOHN LEE JONES B.S, IN PHARMACY, ROBERT WAYNE KIGER RICHARD ARGYLE KNIGHT Lincolnton HOLLAND BRAUDIS LEONARD, JR. High Point JOHN HENRY LOWDER Albemarle B,S. IN PHARMACY. Rho Chi; Phi Eta Sigmo; Vice-Presi- dent of Class (4); Pharmacy Senote (3, 4); N. C. P. A. HERBERT McKEITHAN, JR. Raeford B.S. IN PHARMACY. Phi Delta Chi, Secretary (2); Phar- macy Senate (1, 2, 3); Di Senate (1, 2). OSCAR WALTER MILLS Leaksville B.S. IN PHARMACY. Phi Delta Chi. WILLIAM WARREN NORTHCOTT High Point B.S. IN PHARMACY. ALTON SHERWOOD PARRISH Benson B.S. IN PHARMACY. Phi Delta Chi. BASCOM ROBERT PHIFER Spencer B.S. IN PHARMACY. Phi Delta Chi; N. C. P. A. (1, 2, 3, 4), Treasurer (3); Pharmacy Senate (1, 2, 3, 4); Phi Delto Chi, Secretary (2), Treasurer (3); Interdormitory Pharmacy School — Fourth Year Class HOMER FRANKLIN PULLIAM Leaksville B,S. IN PHARMACY. JOHN ERNEST RABIL Weldon B.S IN PHARMACY. Kappa Psi; N. C. P. A. (2, 3, 4); Aquinas Club (2, 3, 4). ELMER LAWSON RIGSBEE Durham B.S, IN PHARMACY. N C. P. A. WILLIAM MOSS SALLEY, JR. Asheville B.S. IN PHARMACY. Phi Delta Theto; Glee Club (1, 2), Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Cabinet (1, 2); Western N. C. Club (1, 2); Phormacy Senate (3, 4). DORIS HARRELL SAULS Raleigh B.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Epsilon; Rho Chi; Coed Senate (I, 2], Treasurer (2); Pharmacy Girls Association {2, 3, 4), President (3); Kappo Epsiion (3, 4), Historian (3), Vice- President (4); Secretary-Treasurer School of Pharmacy (4), Rho Chi (3, 4); N. C. P. A. (2, 3, 4), Theta Psi Epsiion (2), Pharmacy Senate (3, 4). ROBERT EDGAR SCHARFF B.S. IN PHARMACY Rho Chi. GENE STEVENSON SHERARD B.S IN PHARMACY. Phi Delta Chi; CIc N. C. P. A. Burlington Chaplain (3); HENRY DALE SMITH Spartanburg, S. C. B.S IN PHARMACY. Kappa Psi; Rho Chi; Class Secretary (1); Class President (4); Pharmacy School President (3); Rho Chi President (4). DEWEY H. STONESTREET B.S. IN PHARMACY. Phi Delto Chi. EUGENE McDonald ussery B.S, IN PHARMACY. MARSHALL RAY VICKERS BS IN PHARMACY. Y M.C.A. (1). Winston-Salem Burlington WAITS ARTEMUS WEST Roseboro B.S. IN PHARMACY. Phi Delta Chi; Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Pharmacy School President (4); Pharmacy Senate (3, 4); Gondoliers, Operetta (1); N. C. P. A. JOHN CLAUD WILKIE, JR. Durham B.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Psi; N. C. P. A. ROBERT CHARLES WILSON Hendersonville B.S. IN PHARMACY Kappa Psi; Rho Chi; Band (1); f. M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4), Student Branch N. C. P. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Pharmacy Senate (1, 2, 3, 4), Secretary-Treasurer (3); Kappa Psi Treasurer (2, 3); Rho Chi Vice-President (4). WILLIAM HOOPER WILSON Sigma Phi Eps Clinton Interfraternity JOHN BENNETT WOODARD Hamlet B S IN PHARMACY. Phi Eta Sigma; Rho Chi; Kappa Psi; Phormacy Senate (3, 4); Student Branch N, C P, A, (2, 3, 4); N. C. P. A. President (4). ROBERT RICKMAN WOODY Snow Camp B.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Psi; Rho Chi; Y.M.C.A. (1,3, 4); Wesley Foundation (1, 2, 3, 4), Treosurer (3), Secre- tary (4); Rho Chi Secretary-Treasurer (4). Pharmacy School — Third Year Class S mUf « -t V - r. WimWv ' " " First Row: Robert Eugene Allen, Phi Delta Chi, Shelby; William Franklin Allen, Kappa Psi, Cherry- ville; Arthur Alexander Anderson, Koppo Psi, Ashe- ville; Douglas Bain, Jr., Phi Delta Chi, Clayton; Jimmie Barnett, Henderson. Second Row: Robert Hoyle Beason, Boiling Springs; Margaret Frances Booth, Apex; Alvin Bryant, Dur- ham; Ralph Edward Carter, Jr., Roxobel; William Davis Cash, Phi Eta Sigma, Spindale. Third Row: Walter A. Clodfelter, Phi Delta Chi, Asheboro; Robert Eugene Collins, Plymouth; Wil- liam Edward Davis, Warrenton; Charles Edward Deaton, Liberty; Paul Lewis Fisher, Jonesville. Fourth Row: James Gordon Grantham, Kappa Psi, Wilmington; James Paul Greene, Kappa Psi, Bakersville; James Simpson Greene, Kappa Psi, Glen Alpine; William Cicero Griffin, Phi Delta Chi, Rose Hill; Benjamin Russell Harward, Kappa Psi, Phi Eta Sigma, Rho Chi, Moncure. Fifth Row: Willard Isaiah Herring, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Clinton; Ray Truman Hudson, Phi Delta Chi, Hickory; Herman Wright Lynch, Kappa Psi, Rho Chi, Chapel Hill; Larry Bikle McAllister, Kappa Psi, Mt. Pleasant; Douglas A. McCormac, Chapel Hill. Sixth Row: James Conrad McGee, Jr., Phi Delta Chi, Asheville; Morris Edward Merritt, Delta Phi Alpha, Lake Waccamaw; Milton Alvin Moore, Jr., Phi Delta Chi, Torboro; Sarah Branshaw Pegram, Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Delta Pi, Apex; Douglas Allen Roberts, Kappa Psi, Fayetteville. Seventh Row: William Neal Robertson, Kappa Psi, Laurinburg; James Alexander Sappenfield, Jr., Kappa Psi, Kannapolis; Harold Bruce Sauls, Kappa Psi, Raleigh; Dale Melvin Shepherd, Ball; Elias Carr Speight, Rocky Mount. Eighth Row: Harry Curtis Stone, Jr., Phi Delto Chi, Lumberton; Clarence LeRoy Swearngan, Charlotte; Christopher C. Turner, Jr., Durham; William B. Van Valkenburg, Phi Delta Chi, Asheville; Olin Henderson Welsh, Durham; Lloyd Milton Whaley, Beulaville. Pharmacy School — Second Year Class mssmmBe mm m First Row: Earl Tnplett Brown, Kappo Psi, Leichester; Margaret Carolyn Burgess, Broadway; Loy Ray Burns, Jr., Kappa Psi, Valdese; Leo Harrison Carter, Thomosville; Henry Paul Cogdeil, Goldsboro; Alfred Franklin Cole, Pi Koppo Phi, Raeford; Bill Swortz Daniel, Roxboro; Hermon Mallet Daniels, Colercin • Second Row: Harold Vann Day, Kappa Psi, Spruce Pine; A. C. Dollar, Jr., Mt. Airy; Robert Brittoin Fairley, Sigma Nu, Salisbury; Jomes Hugh Fletcher, Drexel; John Paul Friday, Dollos; Keith Norman Fulbrighit, Guilford College; Joseph Claxton Harris, Durham; Joseph Earl Hatcher, Chinquapin • Third Row: Harry Lynn Hauss, China Grove; Clayburn Irvin Hawkins, Madison; Worthe Seymour Holt, Apex; R. Obeda Meares Hood, Richlands; William Donald Horton, Kappa Phi, North Wilkesboro; Helen Marie Kelly, Durham; Thalia Andrew Poppas, Chor- lotte; Mary Frances Parsons, Winston-Salem • Fourth Row; George Leon Pittman, Selmo; Sam Howard Price, Mooresville; Gilbert Clark Russell, Kappa Psi, Greensboro; John Marshall Sasser, Smithfield; William Maxwell Shaheen, Phi Delta Chi, Robbinsville; Betty Tate Sporks, Kappa Epsilon, Draper; James Ambler Speight, Kappa Psi, Rocky Mount; William Lewis Summoy, Dallas • Fifth Row: John Hugh Thigpen, Jr., Koppo Psi, Edenton; Samuel T. Thome, Charlotte; Carolyn Twiggs, Raleigh; Allene Marie Warren, Alpha Gamma Oelto, Kappa Epsilon, Dunn. Page 208 Pharmacy School — First Year Class First Row: George Gordon Bailey, Jr., Everetts; Bennett Mattoon Barksdole, Sonford; Bruce Brooks Beddingf ield, Clayton; Elizabeth Qlonchard, Wallace; Joseph Furman Bland, Thomasville; Charles Donald Blanton, Kings Mountain; Davie Lee Bolin, Winston-Saem; Robert Timothy Britt, Raleigh; Baylus Cade Brooks, Foyetteville • Second Row: Charles Clifford Campbell, Phi De ' .ta Chi, Maiden; Rowe Boule Campbell, Jr., Taylorsville; Alec W. Clelland, Jr., Wake Forest; Donald Thomas Davis, Moreheod City; James Herbert Davis, Durham; Barbara Louise Dillard, Willard; Leion Carx Dollar, Apex; Clyde Duvall, Jr., Murphy; Jerry Thomas Gaylord, Winterville • Third Row: Robert Lenwood George, Jr., Roanoke Rapids; Earl Burkett Groybeal, West Jefferson; George Wesley Harris, Durham; Welton Roy High, Sims; David Thomas Hix, Turnersburg; Loyd Harold Johnson, Milwaukee; Wallace Lee Johnson, Conway; Beatrice Blanche Kaminetzky, Durham; Delton Graham King, Foyetteville • Fourth Row: Carl Mumford Kirby, Wilson; F. Hampton Longdon, Four Oaks; Robert Luther Lewis, Robbins; Weldon Cooper Matthews, Moreheod City; Harry M, Mauney, Pi Kappa Alpha, Murphy; Maurice Earl Melton, Morgonton; William James Miller, Hickory; Jacquelyn Lee O ' Neal, Louisburg; Waller Stephen Perrow, Bedford, Va. • Fifth Row: Charles Adams Reaves, Asheboro; Pi Kappa Alpha; Margaret Ann Rightmyer, Weldon; Hubert N. Rogers, Fair Bluff; Clarence Agustus Rollins, Fuquay Springs; Suzanne Millawoy Seymour, Burlington; Willis Breedlore Show, Roanoke Rapids; Noah Jones Simpson, Glen Alpine; Roger Hester Sloop, North Wilkesboro; Martha Ann Smith, Warsaw • Sixth Row: Emory Milner Watson, Sonford; Robert Evander Watson, Pine Level; John He nry Welborn, Lexington; Clarence J. Wheeler, Wendell; Joseph Graham White, Burlington; Glenwood Lee Williams, Godwin; Richard Frederick Williams, Beulaville; John Coit Wright, Peachland. ( f r ; ' " L . V ■. ' aK -:iiii iimi % fllS SCHOOL OF LAW Deon Henry P. Brandis, Jr With the start of the one hundred and fifty-fifth session of the School of Law, Henry P Brandis, Jr. assumed the duties of Dean, replacing Robert H. Wettach. Dean Brandis, who served as legal adviser to Dr. Frank P. Graham during the crisis in Indo- nesia, was graduated from the University of North Carolina with an A B degree in 1928 He received an LL.B. from Columbia University in 1931. The Law School Association, an organization con- sisting of all law students, performs, through its elected representatives, a vital function in the af- fairs of the Law School. It is primarily interested in developing an extracurricular program of legal edu- cation in close co-operation with the Law School. One of the most important activities of the Associ- ation is to supervise the law club arguments, in which every student is urged to participate This activity, together with the sponsorship of a speaker ' s program, which brings to our school annually a number of outstanding members of the legal pro- LAW FACULTY First Row: Maurice T. Van Heckc, Dean Henry P. Brandis, Robert H. Wetfach, Herbert R. Baer. Second Row: Fred B. McCall, William B. Aycock, Frank W. Hantt, John P. Dalzell, Albert Coafes. fession, serves to enrich the legal education of all students. The Law School has its own student publication, the North Carolina Law Review, published quarterly during the academic year. The highest scholastic honor attainable by a law student is to be selected for membership on the editorial board before his graduating year. While the School of Law is somewhat divorced from the undergraduate body, its students try to remain in constant contact through such organizations as the Student Legislature and the Honor Council, Active participation is taken in the University ' s inter-mural program by the law students although it means the loss of precious study hours. With the increase in the enrollment in the law school during the post war period, the 1949 session of the State Legislature found it expedient to ap- propriate funds for an addition to Manning Hall, present home of the Law School. This building, erected in 1923, was named for John Manning, a distinguished professor in the school from 1881 until 1899. The nearly completed addition will provide library and classroom facilities adequate for present and future needs. OFFICERS OF LAW SCHOOL ASSOCIATION AND NORTH CAROLINA LAW REVIEW First Row: Clarence N. Gilbert, Chairman of Honor Council; Basil L. Shernli, President of Association; Barbara Stockton, Treasurer; Bruce Hutchin- son, Vice-President; John Swainson, Secretary • Second Row: Clark C. Totherow, Associate Editor; Ralph Stockton, Jr., Editor-in-Chief; Robert Larsen, Associate Editor; Leonard S. Powers, Associate Editor. J ' t THIRD First Row: John Ranson Bai Theta Phi, Morganton; Nor Kenansville; William H. Boo Four Oaks; Joseph K. Byrd, Delta lod B. Boney, Jr., Delta Theta Phi, Delta Theta Phi, Charlotte Second Row: Edwin M. Braswell, Phi Alpha Delto, Rocky Mount; William V. Burrow, Beverly, Mass.; William Ashe Bason, Raleigh; Horry G. Charles, Phi Alpha Delto, Florence, S. C. Third Row: William L. Cooke, Phi Alpho Delta, Aulander; Mortin A. Cutler, Delta Theta Phi, Lexington; Emory Byrd Denny, Jr., Phi Delto Phi, Raleigh; Joseph D. Franks, Jr., Delto Theta Phi, Phi Koppo Sigmo, Elon College. Fourth Row: Leroy F Fuller, Beto Gamma Sigmo, Phi Alpho Delto, Sigmo Alpho Epsilon, Chapel Hill; Charles L. Fulton, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Gamma Delta, Annadale, Vc; O. Max Gardner, Jr., Koppo Alpha, Phi Delto Phi, Shelby; Robert T. Gash, Phi Alpha Delto, Brevard. Fifth Row: Winston B Gunnels, Phi Delto Phi, Phi Delta Theta, Sandersville, Go.; William S. Harris, Jr., Phi Alpho Delto, Mebane; John R. Haworth, Phi Delto Phi, High Point; Rufus K. Hayworth, Delto Theta Phi, High Point. Sixth Row: William W. Henderson, Jr., Phi Alpho Delto, Pensa- co:a, Fla.; Homer H. Henry, Delta Theto Phi, Clyde; Robert L. Hines, Phi Beto Koppo, Phi Delto Phi, Phi Beta Gamma, Mount Airy; Edward B. Hipp, Koppo Sigmo, Phi Delto Phi, Greensboro Seventh Row: James W. Hoyle, Phi Alpha Delto, Sonford; Bruce K. Hutchinson, Delta Theto Phi, Marion; Sol Arthur Jaffa, Tou Epsilon Phi, Charlotte; Charles G. Jomes, Delto Theto Phi, Farmington. Eighth Row: Lawrence M. Johnson, Phi Alpha Delto, Phi Gommo Delto, Aberdeen; Lamor Jones, Newport; Harold A. Keen, Delto Theto Phi, Phi Beto Koppo, Chapel Hill; John P. Kennedy, Jr., Phi Delto Phi, Charlotte; Robert Richard Laidlaw, Phi Delta Phi, Chapel Hill. Page 2)4 rEAR LAW 9 9 First Row; Robert D. Larsen, Foyetteville; James P. McDermott, Phi Alpho Delto, Chapel Hill; Moran D. McLendon, Jr., Phi Alpha Delta, Phi Gamma Delta, Morven; James B. McMuIlan, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Chapel Hill. Second Row: Jesse S. Moore, Phi Delta Phi, Sigmo Alpha Epsilon, Reidsville; Junius H. Peedin, Delta Theta Phi, Foyetteville; Robert W. Perdue, Asheville; Warren S. Perry, Delta Sigmo Pi, Kappa Sigmo, Phi Delto Phi, Kinston Third Row: Edward K. Powe, III, Phi Delta Phi, Durham; Leonord S. Powers, Phi Delta Phi, Mayodan; Clyde T. Rollins, Delta Sigma Pi, Delta Theta Phi, Hickory; Herbert H. Roundtree, Delta Theta Phi, Fo ■ille. Fourth Row: Joseph V, Rowe, Jr., Phi Alpha Delta, Aberdeen; John W. Russell, Delta Theta Phi, Candler; Karl Schwartz, III, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Phi Delta Phi, Sarasota, Fla.; Basil L. Sherrill, Phi Delta Phi, Gastonia. Fifth Row: Marshall B. Shernn, Jr., Delta Theta Phi, Kappa Alpha, Concord; John M. Simms, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Delta Phi, Raleigh; Marshall T. Spears, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Delta Theta, Durhom; Ralph V. Spracklin, Phi Alpho Delta, Hollywood, Fla. Sixth Row: O E. Stornes, Jr , Phi Delto Phi, Phi Delta Theto, Asheville; Lubie M. Stocks, Delta Theto Phi, Snow Hill; Barbara Stockton, Alpho Comma Delto, Franklin; William M. Storey, Phi Alpha Delto, Phi Kappa Alpho, Roleigh. Seventh Row: Kirby Sullivan, Phi Beto Koppo, Leland; James L. Tapley, Shaw, Miss.; L. B. Tillery, Phi Gamma Delta, Wilming- ton; Richard E, Wordlow, Joplin, Mo. Eighth Row: William H. Wolson, Delta Sigma Pi, Phi Delto Phi, Winston-Solem; Andrew G. Williamson, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Delta Theta, Lumberton; Juliana Dovis Wilson, Candler; T. Stanton Wilson, Delto Theta Phi, Condler; Algernon A. Zollicoffer, Jr., Delta Kappa Epsilon, Phi Delta Phi, Henderson SECOND First Row; George F. Bason, Roleigh; Willis Clifton Bumgorner, Phi Delta Phi, Plumtree, Lester V. Cholmers, Jr., Phi Alpha Delto, Sigma Chi, Raleigh; Walter C. Clark, Phi Delta Phi, Canton; John F. Coplin, Kappa Alpha, Elberton, Go.; Blair L. Doily, Phi Alpha Delta, Burlington; John E. Davenport, Delta Thcta Phi, Nashville. Second Row: Julius G Dees, Jr., Bayboro; Wright T. Dixon, Raleigh; Lloyd S. Elkins, Jr., Bladenboro; Robert L. Emonuel , Phi Delta Phi, Raleigh; Don Evans, Kappa Alpha, Phi Delta Phi, , Enfield; Glade Frederick Flake, Phi Alpha Delta, Washington, D. C; Alvah W. Flynn, Jr , Delta Theto Phi, Asheville Third Row: Cyrus C. Frozier, Beto Theto Pi, Phi Delta Phi, Greensboro; John R. Fridoy, Kappa Sigma, Dallas, John E. Giles, Phi Alpha Delta, Glen Alpine; John L. Green, Jr., Alpha Tou Omega, Charlotte; Wm. E. Greene, Delta Theto Phi, Chapel Hill; Robert T. Haire, Winston-Salem; Gene H. Holl, Phi Alpha Delta, Brevard. Fourth Row: Louie 5. Tinsley, Delta Theto Phi, Chapel Hill; Hunter D. Heggie, Beta Gommo Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa, Flat Rock; Perry C. Henson, Otto; Vernon T. Hiatt, Mt. Airy; Kenneth Richard Hoyle, Phi Delto Phi, Sigma Chi, Sanford; Hubert B. Humphrey, Jr., Phi Beta Koppo, Phi Delto Phi, Lumberton; Alice Hunt, Oxford. Fifth Row: Jesse Clyde Johnson, Jr., Phi Delta Phi, Sigma Chi, Mayodan; John P. Jones, High Point; Edmund O. Kenion, Hillsboro; Charles E. Knox, Phi Delto Phi, Sigma Nu, Davidson. O , Page 216 YEAR LAW First Row: Sidney W. Lancaster, Union, S. C; Peter Edward Lovin, Beta Gamma Si9ma, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Alpha Delta, Chapel Hill; Joseph I. Lee, Delta Thcto Phi, Smithf leld; Roddey M. Ligon, Jr., Phi Delta Phi, Spindale; John T. Morrisey, Delta Psi, Delta Theta Phi, Phi Beta Ko ppa, Chopel Hill; Herbert O. Phillips, Delto Theta Phi, Morehead City; George J. Rabil, Wilson. Second Row: Monroe M. Redden, Phi Delta Phi, Hendersonviile; Steve W. Roberson, Lambda Chi, Charlotte; Wilmer R. Rollins, Delta Theta Phi, Bethel; Keith Smith, Greensboro; James R. Spence, Lillington; David B. Stevens, Delto Theta Phi, Koppa Alpha, Chapel Hill; Lawrence C. Stoker, Phi Alpha Delta, High Point. Third Row: Thos. H. Suddarth, Jr., Oxford; John B. Swoinson, Delta Theta Phi. Port Huron, Michigan; Willis A. Tclton, Phi Alpha Delto, Oxford; Wm. K. Tate, Delto Theta Phi, Phi Comma Delta, Chopel Hill; George F. Taylor, Delto Theto Phi, Richlonds; Franklin L. Teague, Charlotte; Mason P. Thomas, Phi Delta Phi, Siler City. Fourth Row: Wm. Lewis Thorp, Jr., Delta Kappa Epsilon, Rocky Mount; Louie S. Tinsley, Delta Theta Phi, Chapel Hill; John H. Turner, Delta Theto Phi, Pink Hill; George N. Vann, Delta Theto Phi, Chapel Hill; Percy Lee Wall, Delta Theto Phi, Winston-Salem; Robert B. Welsh, Beta Theto Pi, Charlotte; Robert M. Wiley, Delta Koppo Epsilon, Phi Delta Phi, Charlotte. Fifth Row: Donald A. Williams, Delta Theto Phi, Windsor; H. Smith Williams, Delto Theto Phi, Yadkinyille; Lemuel M. Williford, Phi Alpha Delta, Fayetfeville; Franklin W. Winfree, Phi Alpha Delta, Summerfield. f A f |ft i i Cj L ' . m % o. ( 1 FIRST C P c First Row: Ike F. Andrews, Bonlee; Steve D. Arledge, Durham, Ernest Schley Austin, Kannopolis; James Davis Blount, Jr., Sigma Chi, Wilson; Wm. H. Bobbitt, Jr., Beto Theta Pi, Sigma Pi Epsilon, Phi Beto Koppa, Charlotte. Second Row: Joseph F. Bowen, Lambda Chi Alpha, Greenville; Menton H. Branson, Asheboro; Roland C, Broswell, Goldsboro; William F. Brock, Theto Chi, Cano; Berlin H. Carpenter, Jr., Crouse. Third Row: George Thomas Clark, Jr., Wilmington; Thomas D. Cooper, Jr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Bur- lington; Lawrence F. Cox, High Point; Tench Charles Coxe, III, Asheville; Ernest Lucius Currin, Jr., Olivia. Fourth Row: Vernon F. Daughtridge, Rocky Mount; Wm. Henry DeVone, Foyetteville; Raymond E. Dunn, New Bern; William H. Edwords, Leoksville; Winfred R. Ervin, Cramerton. Fifth Row: Hugh Perry Fortescue, Woshington; Homer B. Fridoy, Jr., Salisbury; Robert E. Giles, Chapel Hill; Nathan Henry Godwin, Durhom; Hugh Patrick Griffin, Jr., Kappa Sigma, Reidsville. Sixth Row: Spencer Dean Hamrick, Sigmo Chi, bhelby; Samuel H. Johnson, .Magnolia; Ralph T. Jones, Sigma Nu, Lmcolnton; Robert Wm. Kirby, Canton; Charles F. Lambeth, Jr., Phi Gamma Delta, Thomasville. Row: James Conrad Lanier, Jr., Phi Gamma Delta, Greenville; Jock Wayne Lesley, Chapel Hill; Reid G. Leonard, Lexington; James R. Lewis, High Point; Wm. Fife Long, Beta Theto Pi, fho ille. Eighth Row: Thomas M. Lowe, Charlotte; Wm. Dougald MacMillon, Delta Psi, Chapel Hill; Robert P. MacRae, Alpha Tau Omego, Concord; Wm. Greer McColl, Phi Beta Koppa, Phi Eto Sigma, Concord; James D. McLean, Phi Gamma Delta, Lumberton; Thomas H. Matthews, Rocky Mount. YEAR LAW First Row: Webster Stevens Medim, Mt. Pleasant; Stephen P. Millikin, Zeta Psi, Halifax; Wdliam L. Mills, Jr., Concord; Edward C. Mitchem, Jr., Bre- vard; Jack Arthur Moody, Siler City. Second Row: Grover C. Mooneyham, Clid, Ala.; Thomas Milton Moore, Wilson; Wm. Clyde Morris, Jr., Sigma Chi, Brevard; Josephine H. Munson, Fayettevllie; Raymond O ' Day, Hempstead, New York. Third Row: Shirley Stuart Pierce, Coleroir Kent Plunkett, Augusta, Ga.; Charles Replogle, Chapel Hill; Edwin B. Robbins, Ka hs; Michael A. Roberts, Chapel Hill. Fourth Row: Luther F. Rogers, Magnolia; Myron H. Ross, Greensboro; Max Ruppe, Mooresboro; John C. Rush, Sigma Chi, Alpha Phi Omega, Rocky Mount; James L. Secy, Pi Kappa Phi, Spencer. Fifth Row: Wm. F. Simpson, Erwin; James Y. Sitgreaves, Laurens; Clyde B. Smith, Leaksville; Roy M. Spratt, Chapel Hill; Wm. Henry Stewart, Asheville. Sixth Row: David L. Strain, Jr., Alpha Tau Omega, Raleigh; John B. Temple, Jonesboro; Himous T. Volentine, Jr., Nashville; Earl W. Vaughn, Reids- ville; James K. Walker, High Point. Seventh Row: Richard T. Woll, Henderson; Joseph C. Ward, Jr., Sigma Nu, Rowland; Alice Newell Wotkms, Washington, D. C; Charles M. Welling, Chorlotte; Bernard L. Whitaker, Jonesville; Ralph A. Whitehurst, Hillsboro. Eighth Row; Mary Gaither Whitener, Hickory; Robert L. Whitmire, Jr., Hendersonville; Forrest Ray Willard, Phi Kappa Sigma, High Point; Newton A. Winn, St. Petersburg; Jack W. Worshom, Ruffin; Allen Worth, Jefferson. I ; ' i 11 y i i . ITfl - % %ic l PUBLIC HEALTH FACULTY FIRST ROW: James Hendricks, Morgoret Blee, Ruth Hoy • SECOND ROW: Edith Brocker, Dr. A. H. Bryon, Ido Friday, Dr. John E. Lorsh, Jr., Dr. John Wriqht, Dr. Cecil G. Shepps, Dr. David Garvin, Dr. Edwin McGovran, Deon; Dr. Wm. P. Richardson, Dr. Eunice Tyler • THIRD ROW: Evelyn Johnson, Wm. C. Gibson, James A. Westbrook, E. T. Chon ' ett, Or. Bernard G. Greenberg, Dr. Harold J. Mognnson, M. L. Granstrom. SCHOOL OF PUBLIC In the words of Dr. Milton J. Rosenou, the renowned first dean of the School of Public Health, lies the purpose for the existence of this school — " The foundation stone of our School of Public Health was designed to build still better health services " The object of the School is to provide the scientific ground-work which underlies sound public health administration. To this is added some acquaintance with modern public health procedures of a selective type. The program includes lectures, sanitary surveys in the field, various exercises, and laboratory work. OR. EDWIN McGAVRAN Dean During the years from 1935 to the present the Division of Public Health of the School of Medicine has become the School of Public Health and it has grown from a training center for the Southeastern United States to one for all states and foreign countries. Dr. E. G. McGavron, the second and present dean, assumed, in 1947, leadership of the School of Public Health which trains students for the various fields of Public Health work-Administration, General Sanitation, Sanitary Engineering, Parasitology, Nursing and Education. HEALTH STUDENT ASSOCIATION STEERING COMMITTEE LEFT TO RIGHT: Barboro Adams, Robert Cade, Mary Rellahon A. J. Fletcher, Ruth Richards, Dr. Eugene Taylor. DR. JOHN WRIGHT Acting Dean SCHOOL OF First Row: Barbara Fay Adams, Public Health Nursing, Leiand; Frances E. Allen, Ellenboro; Thomas Atkins Alspaugh, Sanitary Chemistry, Greensboro; Elizabeth L. Angel, Public Health Nursing, St. Jonhs, Newfoundland; Conrado E. Batenga, Public Health Administration, Gerona, Tarlac, Philippines. Second Row: John W. Bell, Jr., Public Health Administration, Columbia, S. C; Phoebe Jone Bibb, Public Health Nursing, Bowling Green, Mo.; Jose Ricardo Boquin, Sanitary Engineering, Tequcigalpa, Honduras; Laura S. Breese, Public Health Education, Syracuse, N. Y.; Carl Bradley Bridges, Blakely, Ga. Third Row: James R. Briley, Public Health Education, Robersonville; Jane Dearmin Bryant, Mount Airy; Charles H, Campbell, Parasitology, Sanford; Mary W. Christopher, Public Health Nursing, Whigham, Ga.; Maude Lee Cleveland, Seneca, S. C. Fourth Row: Jomes Edward Cowan, Sanitation, Lowell; Herbert Walton Cox, Clarkton; Irene Daggett, Public Health Nursing, Greenwood, S. C; John Edward Dunn, Jr., Sanitation, Asheville; Marion Edmonds, Public Health Nursing, Orangeburg, S. C. UBLIC HEALTH First Row: Alfred J. Fletcher, Sanitation, Denton, Md.; John M. Ford, Jr., Sanitary Engineering, Clover, S. C; James W. Fresh, Sanitation, Hickory; Gaston Gonzalez, Vina del Mar, Chile; Annie Ruth Graham, Public Health Nursing, Eflond. Second Row: Wonda S. Greene, Hawk; Dorothy E. Hanlon, Public Health Nursing, New York City; Charles L. Harper, Kinston; Mary Louiss Hasty, Health Education, High Point; Edgar D. Hayes, Little Rock, S. C. Third Row: Jeanette E. Helms, Canton; Carlos Jose Hilburg, Sanitary Engineering, Callao, Peru; Paul Edward Hill, Murphy; Samuel J. Hollowoy, Sanitation, Conover; Dale L. Houghland, Health Education, Carbondale, III. Fourth Row: Collie Margaret Johnson, Hope Mills; Robert F. Klutz, Rockwell; Joan Alice List, Health Education, Vancouver, British Columbia; VVilliam N. Long, Sanitary Engineering, Rox- boro; Douglas K. MocDonald, Health Educotion, Victoria, Canada. SCHOOL OF VII HI First Row: Robert G. McCall, Sanitary Engineering, Charleston, W. Va.; Louise S. McCouley, Darlington, S. C; Marjorie A. McKnight, Hebron, Md.; Roberta L. Madere, Hanville, Lo.; Helen J. Majette, Public Health Nursing, Franklin, Va.; Carlos A. Mantilla, Industrial Sanitation, La Punta Ccllao, Peru; Wayne E. Messick, Quincy, III. Second Row: Barry G. Miller, Salisbury; Carol L. Mitcham, Marion, S. C; Akbor Moarefi, Tehran, Iron; Meodie E. Montgomery, Yazoo City, Miss.; Lucius L. A. Moore, Jr., Baltimore, Md.; Sara E. Moore, Health Education, Laurel, . Aiss.; Margaret L. Morgan, Moore Haven, Flo. Third Row: Myra G. Mott, Public Health Nursing, Raeford; Volma E. Nail, Jay, Fla.; Blondell W. Nichols, Chesterfield, S. C; Annie E. Parker, Public Health Nursing, Mount Olive; Howard B. Perry, Sanitation, Chapel Hill; Charles E. Pinckney, New York City; John E. Pipes, Parasitol- ogy, Lynchburg, Va. Page 226 PUBLIC HEALTH First Row: George Ponghis, Sanitary Engineering, Athens, Greece; Dorothy Mae Reeves, Nursing, Clinton; Mory-Katherine Rellahan, Nursing, Upper Montclair, N. J.; Ruth Fornan Richards, Framingham, Mass.; Dorothy B. Robinson, Nursing, Gostonio; Victor Bernell Rossing, Jr., Sanitation, Argyle, Wis.; George Rountree, Sanitotion, Colorado Springs, Colo. Second Row: Jose Humberto Saovedro, Chapel Hill; Albert Vernon Saleeby, Parasitology, Hopewell, Va.; Paul W. Schuster, Health Education, Bellevue, Ohio; Gerald Martin Schwartz, Sanitation, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Joe Fred Sills, Health Education, Harmony; Alvin A. Snyder, Parasitology, Columbia, S. C; Evelyn Soso, Public Health Education, Guayanilla, P. R. Third Row: Eugene Emerson Taylor, Moscow, Idaho; Lois Claire Tripp, Nursing, Ayden; Doris Nadeen Weekley, Farnville, S. C; L, Jean Wells, Nursing, Chatsworth, Go.; Treva Lee White, Mt. Vernon, Mo.; Frances E. Williamson, Health Education, Cedarville, Ohio; Marion L. Wood, Health Education, West Bloomfield, N. Y. THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE DEAN W. R. BERRYHILL MEDICAL SCHOOL HONOR COUNCIL SEATED: William Joyner, Jack Walters, Charles P. Adams, Cha Gordon R. Heath. STANDING: Hermon Bryson, Charle Simpson, O. B. Bonn This year marks the beginning of the fulfillment of dream that has been in the hearts of many North Carolinians for years. Construction has begun on o new medical building and four-hundred-bed hospital. It is impressive and heart wa rming for those who witness this advancement in medical education in North Carolina. WHITEHEAD SOCIETY OFFICERS The present two year school holds a position of highest esteem nationally. Its graduates readily transfer with advanced standing to the foremost schools in the United States and Canada. The student medical society, organized in 1908, is called the Whitehead Medical Society in honor of Dr. Richard H. Whitehead, the first dean of the school. The society sponsors programs on which prominent out-of-state speakers, as well as members of the medical faculties of other institutions in the State and of this school, appear. The four medical students who complete the first year with the high- est academic standings automatically become the officers of the Society during their second year. The Medical student body has its own honor council which functions within the framework of the Uni- versity Student Government and the General Stu- dent Council. There are seven members of the Council elected by the Whitehead Society. Although the medical curriculum is of necessity thorough and somewhat confining, medical stu- dents take an active part in the campus activities. Social highlights include the annual Law-Med dance in the winter quarter and Student-Faculty Day in the spring. MEDJCAL SCHOOL FACULTY FIRST ROW: Dr. C. T. Koylor, Dr. W. A. Stroughn, Dr. J. B. Grohom, Dr. A. T. Miller, Dr. W. R. Berryhill, Dr. W. C. George, Dr. J. H. Ferguson, Dr. W. D. MocNIder • SECOND ROW: Dr. J. C. Andrews, Dr. E. P. Hiott, Dr. C. D. Van Cleave, Dr. J. B. Bullitt, Dr. K. M. Brinkhous, Dr. Morgoret Swanton, Dr. C. W. Hooker • THIRD ROW: Dr. F. L. Rights, Dr. A. V. Jensen, Dr. R. D. Langdell, Dr. G. D. Penick, Dr. W. C. Hilderman. FIRST YEAR MEDICINE First Row: Murdock R. McKeithen, Scott Bruce Berkley, Jr., John Sutton Barlow, William A. Futch, Jack W. Wilkerson, Harry Timberlake, R. T. Coffey, Martin Lewis, James D. Roymir. Second Row: Charles D. Connor, Matt C. Harper, Harold C. Lane, Charles B. Fulghum, Jr., Frederick L. Nance, Jr., Edward Thorne, Dick Walker, Alden Ryon, Baxter H. Byerly, Luther W. Oehlbeck, John K. Pearson. Third Row: John C. Herion, R. J. Blackley, Williom C. Sugg, Charles F. Simpson, George N. Harrell, Stanton V. Huffman, Walter E. Leonard, Richard W. Borden, O. B. Bonner, Fourth Row: Richard B. Gibson, Edward T. Viser, J. Boyce, H. B. Hawkins, L. J. Hartley, George R. Smith, Jr., Harry H. McLean. Fifth Row: R. W. Gaul, E. S. Huntley, O. H. Seals, C. O. Plyler, Jr., D. F. Beale, Watson Pugh, Jr., Otha A. Barnhill. Sixth Row: Herman Bryson, Jr., A. H. Hatsell, Jr., A. J. Coppridge, Charles C. Stamey, William E. Murray, D. Ernest Bulluck, Jr., Karl L. Lowing. Seventh Row: William B. BIythe, Moke W. Williams, Corbett L. Quinn, L. L. Anthony, Jr., Claude A. Smith, Louis J. Norris, Jr. Eighth Row: J. William McCracken, Arthur G. Sherman. FIRST YEAR OFFICERS SECOND YEAR OFFICERS SECOND YEAR MEDICINE First Row: Hodley M, Wilson, Donald W. Gloscock, A. M. Diggs, James E. Grimes, Glenn Moak, Don A. Martin, Clifford H. Hooper, William L. Anderson, Jr., John Wilkinson, Fred 0. Bowman, Jr. Second Row: W. S. Joyner, H. W. Johnston, B. C. Troutmon, C. R. Vernon, J. Olin Perritt, A. Lowing, Gertrude Archer, Mary Blue, John Sawyer, John Dees, Gordon Heath. Third Row: B. K. Grow, Jr., George Johnson, Jr., Jomes F. Morris, Ken Willis, Eugene B. Sharpe, P. W. Boyles, John Trotter, John H. Chopin. Fourth Row: W. B. Harris, Wayne F. Boyles, William L. Moore, Bill Brown, Jock D. Carson, Charles P. Adorns, W. H. Fowie, III. Fifth Row: L. B. Leinback, George F. Tucker, John A. Kirkland, Benjamin H. Josephson, Harold H. Jeeter, Jr., Lowell E. Britton. Sixth Row: Claiboune T. Smith, Jr., John L. Watters, John McCain, Charles F. Gilliam, James H. Peedin, Jr., Elwood B. Coley, David E. Graham. Seventh Row: Lewis E. Thorp, V. M. Hicks, Jr., L. B. Hordison, J. S, Phelps, Joel B. Huneycutt, Charles R. Sterling, Nicholas A. Love, W, Grimes Byerly, A. J, Ellington, Jr. . .mm ? :-:t I ' 1 i W ' „ ' 1 GRADUATE SCHOOL Following the Civil War and during a port of the distressing period of Reconstruction the doors of the University were closed. With the re-opening of the institution in 1 875, the authorities proceeded almost immediately to establish graduate study as a recognized University enterprise. During the administration of President Venoble (1900-1914), the Graduate School was organized. In 1903, the Deanship of the graduate department was created- The first dean. Professor Charles Alphonso Smith, who was appointed in 1903, head- ed a committee of five members on graduate study. The President and the committee were concerned with the formulation and effective administration of high standards. Courses separate and distinct from those carrying undergraduate credit were organized and offered. President Edward Kidder Graham, who was installed in office in 1894, enlarged and strengthened the faculty. He brought to the University many persons then and later active in scholarly production, A Committee on the Graduate School, composed of five members, was appointed to consider plans and principles of reorganization. Under the forceful leadership of Dean Greenlaw, this committee re- viewed the Graduate School as to its structure, requirements, accomplishments, and aims In 1920, the committee of five was expanded into an Administrative Board of eight members, nominated by the Dean and appointed by the President. In addition to being an administrative body, the Board in effect became an executive council and, in a limited sense, a legislative council. As now organiz- ed, it is composed of twelve members, with the Dean as Chairman; four of the members represent the Division of the Humanities, four the Division of Philosophy and of Political and Social Sciences, and four the Division of Mathematics and the Sciences, As recommended by the Administrative Board, a Graduate Faculty was organized in 1920. The de- grees offered under the supervision of this faculty are Master cf Arts, Master of Science, and Doctor of Philosophy. In addition there are professional graduate degrees in education, public health, regional planning, and social work. First Row: James D. Alexander, Morgonton; Samuel R, Andrew, Jr., Order of the Old Well, Phi Beto Kappa, Phi Mu Alpha, Albemarle; Wilbur H. Baber, Jr., Shelby; Warren E. Baech, Chapel Hill; James E. Bagwell, Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Henderson; Margaret W. Baker, Education, Kinston; Betty L. Ball, Music, Winston-Salem. Second Row: Ishver S. Bangduvala, Bombay, India; Marianne C. Baughn, Education, Indianapolis, Ind.; Lido G. Bissette, Bailey; Gerhard M. Brouer, Chemistry, Chapel Hill; John A. Bridges, Dramatic Art, Phi Mu Alpha, Asheville; Lilo L. Broadfield, Para- sitology, Sigma Xi, Cartersville, Go.; Christian Brun, Library Science, Seottle, Wash. Third Row: John F. Bryan, Chapel Hill; Thomas S. Bryan, Traphill; James E. Caudle, Petersburg, Va.; Franklin S. Clark, Com- merce, Charlotte; Robert T. Coffey, Greensboro; Frances L. Colley, Winter Haven, Fla.; Dan S. Collins, Williamsport, Pa, Fourth Row: Mabel K. Colwell, Phi Beto Koppo, Clinton; Robert M. Corlew, Lomlida Chi, Knoxville, Tenn; Richard G. Cox, Music, Phi Beta Koppo, Phi Mu Aipho, Raleigh; Francis E. Crawford, Jr., Sigma Nu, Chapel Hill; Annette P. Crickard, Education, Gas- tonia; Helen A. Crockford, Mathematics, Chapel Hill; Morito M. Crymes, Columbia, S. C. Fifth Row: William P. Danenburg, Industrial Relations; Jessie E. Davidson, loise, Idaho; Peggy N. Davis, English, Raleigh; Ausley L. Denton, Jr., Parasitology, Castalia; Nancy E. Derminer, Clearfield, Penn.; Katherine S. Durham, Chi Omega, Hendersonville; James R. Edwards, Wilmington. Sixth Row: Jennings B. Edwards, Jr., Physical Education, Wilmington; Lillian Edwards, Farrr ville, Va.; John W. Farlow, Jr., Sophia; Thomas F. Ferdinand, New York City; Sara I. Gatlii rville, La.; Alvin A. Fahri Hendersonville. Page lil First Row: Peter H. Gerns, Political Science, Order of the Old Well, Delto Phi Alpha, Pi Sigmo Alpha, Canton, Ohio, Augustus W. Graham, III, Chemistry, Alpha Chi Sigma, Delto Koppo Epsilon, Phi Beta Kappa, Oxford; Ruth S. Green, Kingstree; Thomas R. Hanno, Eosley, S. C; Marvin E. Harrison, Phi Beta Koppo, Spartanburg, S C; Frank 1. Hawley, Physics, Delta Phi Alpho, Phi Beta Koppo, Phi Eto Sigmo, Sigmo Chi, Roanoke Rapids; John R. Hay, Jr., Sigmo Phi Epsilon, Hickory. Second Row: Bonnet A. Hayes, Durham; Wyott Helsabeck, English, Troy; Lewis W. Heniford, Dramatic Arts, Pi Koppo Alpha, Loris, S. C; Betty M. Holbrook, Lowell; Bernard H. Holland, Speech Education, Chapel Hill; Horoce E. Hughes, Dramatic Arts, Phi Eto Sigmo, East Orange, N. J.; William L. Jeffords, Spartanburg, S. C. GRADUATE SCHOOL Third Row: Osie C. Jernigan, Petersburg, Va.; I of Sociology, Alpha Koppo Delta, Laurencevill Jordan, Personel Administrotion, Theto Xi, S Marvin A. Kastenbaum, Mathematical Statistic Iward L. Jones, Zoology, Charlotte; Jeweldean Jones, School : Roy W. Jones, Physical Education, Flat Rock; Lemuel R. lithfield; Eugene Jousse, Dramatic Art, Lachine, Conada; , New York City. Myron L. Kocher, R ard D. Korn, Bronx, Relations, Beto Sign Fourth Row: John T. King, Education, Boone; Sara Klutz, English, Newton; Languages, Wake Forest; Mary Lou Koeplin, Psychology, Greensboro; Rici- Herbert L. Kufner, Language, Munich, Germany; Donald E. LaRue, Industrie Phi E o Sigma, Columbus. Fifth Row: Marvin W. Lee, Kappa Alpho, Hopewell, Va.; Alvin S. Levine, Gamma Sigmo Epsilon, Sigmo Xi, Hamlet; Ernest Lewis, Jr., Alpha Koppo Delta, St. Petersburg; Mary R. Lilly, Delta Delta Delta, Charleston, S. C: Norman MacLeod, English, Olivia; John W. McDowell, Parasitology, Denver, Col.; William E. McGee, Commerce, Corrboro. Sixth Row: George W. McKinney, Dramatic Art, Walkertown; James E. Moloney, Geography, Norfolk, Va.; Laura H. Marcus, Sociology, Greenville; Walter C. Merritt, Music, Phi Mu Alpha, Weldon; Beatrice V. Metcolf, Social Work, Mars Hill; Frances D. Moore, English, Raleigh. C l « First Row: Albert R. Musick, Jr., Economics, Phi Beta Kappa, Theta Delta Chi, Portsmouth, Va.; David L. Nance, Physical Education, Chodbourn, Andrew C. Neal, Librarv Science, Fitzwilliam, N. H.; Leroy H. Neese, Physics, Burlington: John M. Nichols, Physiology and Anatomy, Charleston, W. Va,; Albert K. Nicholson, Commerce, Stuort, Va.; Mary F. Nunn, Mathematics, BIytheville, Ark. Second Row: Sidney W. Oliver, Zoology, Mount Croghan, S. C; James Pachores, Mathematical Statistics, Akron, Ohio; Gene B. Parrish, Malhemotics, Phi Beta Kappa, Benson; Dave J. Pittman, Alpha Kappa Delto, Phi Beta Kappa, Rocky Mount; Melvin Podell, Chemistry, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Charlotte; Don C. Price Mathematical Statistics, Canton, Ohio; Janie M. Pruitt, Education, Rockingham. Third Row: Robert C. Rapp, Commerce, Thomasville; Mary Carolyn Reeves, Sonford; Dwight C. Rhyne, Phi Beto Kappa, Pi Sigma Alpha, Lumberton; Helena I. Savage, Latin American History, Prov. Bs. As., Argentina: Luther W. Shatterly, Zoology, Greensboro: Christopher J. Shay, Jr., Physical Education, Phi Kappa Psi, Philadelphia, Po.; Otis Lester Shealy, Chemistry, Alpha Chi Sigma, Little Mountain, S. C. Fourth Row: George A. Short, Jr., Physical Education, Greensboro; Jean Kathryn Shuemake, Spanish, Birmingham, Ala.; Don L. Stofford, Physical Education, Hickory: Frances E. Steed, Social Work, Asheboro; Donald K. Stevens, Physical Chemistry, Phi Gamma Delta, Chapel Hill; Carol M. Street, English, Winston- Salem; Eugenia L. Strickland, History, Milledgeville, Ga. Fifth Row: Jane M,. Sumpter, Music, Roanoke, Va,; Hamilton B. Totum, Chemistry, Chapel Hill; Corolyn Taylor, English, Morehead City: William F. Tipton, Education, Toecane: Everett P. Truex, Commerce, Alpha Phi Omega, Delta Sigma Pi, Lambda Chi Alpha, Liberty, Mo.; Marks P. Underwood, Chemistry, Bailey; Alice M. Verra, Personel Administration, Richmond, Va. Sixth Row: Mayme L. Wosden, Romance Language, Louisville, Go.; Jose ph T. Whitener, Accounting, Hickory: George P, Williams, Jr., Physics, Richmond, Va.: William W. Wood, Jr., Anthropology, Davidson; Richard K. Worsley, Commerce, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Greenville; Charles L. Younce, Boone. GRADUATE SCHOOL A m A o lTflr C, ft.O r . The Air Reserve Officers Training Corps has a two-fold mission: to train junior officers who have the qualities of leadership and mental aptitude for later service, if the need arises, in the United States Air Force; to widen the focal points of citizenship and military training in order to benefit both the student and his country. COLONEL ROBERT McNAIR MEBANE Codet Commonder A R ROTC COLOR GUARD Pose 242 MAJOR H. J. SHARPE Group Adjutont LT. COL. A. S. HORN Group Executive Officer LT. COL. R. G. TWINING Group Supply Officer Upon completion of the four-year course here at the Uni- versity, the student is qualified to receive a commission in the United States Army or Air Force. Regardless of the completion of the course, the training would prove bene- ficial if the trainee were ever to become a member of the Military Service. AROTC SENIOR CLASS FIRST ROW: Coot. A. A. Andrews, 2nd Lt. J. S. Austin, Major P. J. Boschon, 1st Lt. Bosemon, 2nd Lt. R. S. Bounds, Ist Lt. E. C. Burke, Major D. S. Carmichoei, 2nd Lt. W. A. Cornes • SECOND ROW: 2nd Lt. C. S. Clauson, 2nd Lt. B. C. Crawford, 2nd Lt. J. K. DeLo ach, 2nd Lt. J. F. Fanseen, 2nd Lt. J. H. Fenner, 2nd Lt. R. E. Gooding, Major H. M. Goodwin, 1st Lt. R. W. Hortsoe • THIRD ROW: 2nd Lt. J. B. Hines, 2nd Lt. D. C. Holland 1st Lt. A. Jackson, 2nd Lt. H. Jones, 2nd Lt. R. Kaufman, Copt. E. M. Knox, Ist Lt. G. W. Laws, 2nd Lt. J. W. Lindsay • FOURTH ROW: 2nd Lt. J. M. Loftis, Capt. J. H. Long, 2nd Lt. G. E. Lookadoo, 2nd Lt. B. G. McKierman, 2nd Lt. B. McLendon, Major G. E. McNeely, 1st Lt. J. B. Mead, 2nd Lt. J. L. Merritt • FIFTH ROW: Lt. Col. Messner, 2nd Lt. D. A. Roe, 2nd Lt. J. Ross, 2nd Lt. J. L. Saunders, 1st Lt. C. J. Smith, 2nd Lt. N. Sper, Copt. J. E. Taylor, Major Tillman • SIXTH ROW: Lt. CdI. J. F. Tsontcs, 1st Lt. L. M. Tyndall, 2nd Lt. R. E. Uden, 1st Lt. E. J. Whitaker, Copt. E. F. Wilson, 2nd Lt. J, R. Wilson, 1st Lt. J. B. Wrotten. fil tffe ft 9 9 W V W W W T li ]L Ai 1 l0r 9 4P 4 4Bf Q fi 40( rr f ' r x ]l m W P f - ' AROTC JUNIOR CLASS AROTC SOPHOMORE CLASS AROTC FRESHMAN CLASS Page 244 The National Society of Scabbard and Blade The National Society of Scabbard and Blade is a chartered fraternal organization. Its members are chosen for distinguished mili- tary service. All members are commissioned officers in one of the branches of the United States Armed Forces. The Scabbard and Blade was organized at this institution in 1948 by Cadet Colonel Paul J. English and Cadet Lt. Colonel Robert McAllister, who are now serving with the Air Force as regular officers. The present members at the University are: Robert M. Mebane, Donald B. Carmichael, Harold J. Sharpe, Henry U. Goodings, Jesse L. Saunders, John E. Taylor, Joe H. Long, Robert S. Messner, Curtis S. Clauson, Gib- bon E. McNeely, Richard G. Twinning, Paul J. Baschon, William M. Tillman, Frank C. Boseman. SCABBARD AND BLADE Page 245 . ' ' tofc-V ►f " V I E : 9 BATTALION OFFICERS FIRST ROW: NROTC U. Cdr. T. J. Fussell, Battalion Executive Officer; NROTC Cdr. W. P. Harris, Battalion Commander; NROTC Lt. O. R. Swigart • SECOND ROW: NROTC Lt. (jg) R. G. Shannonhouse, Battalion Supply Officer; NROTC C.P.O. R. T. Whitlock; NROTC Lt. (jg) T. S. Bryan. NAVY ON LIBERTY The objectives of the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps are twofold: To provide a steady supply of well educated Junio ' Of- ficers to serve on active duty in the Line or Staff of the Navy or Marine Corps; and to build up a reserve of Officers subject to call in the event of a national emergency. There are fifty-one NROTC units at various colleges and universities throughout the country. From these units, and from the NROTC ARMORY ROTC COLOR GUARD NROTC NROTC C.P.O. R. H. Day NROTC C.P.O. R. F. Dav NROTC P.0.1 e J. Cozin, J NROTC P.0.1 c H. Fremd. COMPANY OFFICERS FIRST ROW: NROTC C.P.O. J. S. Schofield; NROTC Lt. W. N. Vest, Company Commander; NROTC Lt. (jg) R. H. Holden C SECOND ROW: NROTC Ens. A. W. Talbert, Platoon Com- mander; NROTC Ens. S. L. Korschun. U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, come the major portion of the Officers for the Navy and Marine Corps. A student may enter the NROTC program under either of two plans, Regular or Con- tact. As a regular he is appointed a Midship- man upon enrolling in the program, and receives tuition, books, uniforms, and six hundred dollars per year throughout his four years of college. To successfully complete this program he FIRST COMPANY Page 249 NAVY COMPANY OFFICERS FIRST ROW. NROTC Lt. (jg) J. Throsh, Compony Executive Officer; NROTC Lt. E. S. Horris, Company Commander; NROTC C.P.O. J. Everett • SECOND ROW: NROTC Ens. J. M. Pulliam, Plo- toon Commander; NROTC Ens. S. L. McLaughlin, Platoon Commander. is required to take eight Naval Science courses. Otherwise, he majors in the aca- demic field of his choice. During the four- year period, the student is required to take three summer training cruises. Upon graduation, he is commissioned an Ensign in the Navy or a Second Lieutenant in the Marine Corps, and is required to serve two years on active duty. At the end of this period, he may choose the Navy as a career SECOND COMPANY Page 250 OTC COMPANY OFFICERS FIRST ROW; NROTC Lt. (jg) D. S. Cameron, Company Executive Officer; NROTC Lf. F. J. Hawtey, Company Com- monder; NROTC Mus.P.O. J. T. Pittman • SECOND ROW: NROTC Ens. J. T. Hami.ton, Platoon Commander; NROTC Ens. C. N. Busby. or be released to inactive duty with a reserve commission. The Contract Program differs from the Regular in that the Contract student is furnished only with uniforms and is paid twenty-four dollars per month during the last two years of the program. He is required to take only one summer cruise and upon graduation he receives a reserve commis- sion. THIRD COMPANY f; II y ' T f n :l_, ' n U n II u k I a Formed originally to promote friendship among the boys who have won varsity letters, the Monogram Club is the organiza- tion for all monogram winners. The group got off to a good start in the fall when it played host to children from two orphanages at each football game Carolina played in Kenan Stadium. Through the efforts of the monogram-wearers many children who would not ordinarily be able to see college football games were able to witness the Tar Heels in action. Each week the club showed movies of the previous week ' s game. A small charge was made to students seeing the movies, and the money was contributed to the local polio drive. In this way students were able to see close-up action shots of all of Carolina ' s games, and the Monogram Club was able to contribute money to a worthy cause. FIRST ROW (left to right): Hal Ferroro, Stan Goodman, Leo Nance, Jock Whichord, Sam McCauley, Ralph Marshall, Joe Eldridge, Oseor Gupton, Bill Patterson, Frank Hooper, Laddie Terrell, Rip Ryan, Kenny Hoffman, Doug Thompson, Charles Harless • SECOND ROW: Roy Swigart, Dean Cassell, Norm Sper, Wolly Vreeland, Bernie Shields, Bill Crimmins, Garrett Fitzgibbons, Fred Sherman, Clorence McClain, Hal Holden, Ed Lamb, Joe Neikirk, Nemo Neorman • THIRD ROW: Phil Kemp, Joe Brookshire, John Ross, Laslie Domeron, N. S. Cranford, Dick Twining, John Senter, Bill McGinn, Ed Gaston, Bill White, Jock Ross, Cal Fisher, Joe Augustine, Dick Bunting • FOURTH ROW: Ed Washington, Howard Deasy, L. C. Couch, Hugo Kappler, Fred Ogden, Dick Taylor, John Stoioff, Benton Bennett, Bernard Harris, Coy Carson, Gus Pursell. PRESIDENT ED WASHINGTON The Monogram Club has actively participated in the Big Four Monogram meetings for the past two years. Composed of letter-winners from Carolina, State, Wake Forest and Duke, the gathering is for the purpose of creating better understonding and closer relationships among the four schools. Officers for this year were President Ed Washington, Vice-President Dick Bunting, Secretary-Treasurer Dean Cassell, and C.A.A. Representative Laddie Terrell. During Orientation Week in the fall the Mono- gram Club held an open house in the clubhouse for all freshmen and new coeds. In this way the club did its part to welcome new students to Carolina. MONOGRAM OFFICERS: Secretary-Treasurer Dean Cassell (left), Vice-President Dick Bunting (seated) and C.A.A. Representative Laddie Te ' rell. From the actions ot Johnny Clements (fourth from left) it looks as if the Mono- gram Clubbers are discussing football in the clubhouse lounge. Others in the picture ore (left to right) Ed Bilpuch, Wally Vree- land, Ed Gaston, Clements, Eddie Knox and Bill McGinn. 1950 FOOTBALL HEAD COACH CARL G. SNAVELY The 1949 football season was known all over the United States as the year of the sophomores ' return. This was especially true in Chapel Hill, where over 20 of lost year ' s squad members graduated, leaving gaping holes in the new Carolina Grid Machine to be filled by untried sophomores. The sophomores came up from an undefeated freshman team and did admirably well, enabling the Tar Heels to finish the season with a record of seven wins, three losses, and a trip to Dallas and the Cotton Bowl. Carl Snavely, the old master, was at the helm for the fifth straight year and his star pupils were All- America Charlie Justice and his passing mate, All- America Art Weiner. The Tar Heels opened the season with four straight wins over N. C. State, Georgia, South Carolina, and Wake Forest. Then they played their first night FOOTBALL COACHING STAFF (left to right): Line Coach Jim Gill, Head Freshman Coach Crowell Little, Backfield Coach Russ Murphy, Line Coach Marvin Bass, Head Coach Carl Snavely, Backfield Cooch Walt Pupa, Uacktield Coach Jim Camp, and End Coach George Rodman. EASON game in many seasons in Baton Rouge against a strong LS.U, squad and their victory string was snapped, 13-7, under circumstances that created a furor in the sports world. The following week the Carolinians returned home, only to be smacked down by Tennessee, 35-6. After a successful in- vasion of Williamsburg the Tar Heels ventured to New York to meet the mighty Irish of Notre Dame. After playing gallantly for three periods, the Caro- lina boys succumbed, 42-6. The following two games resulted in victories for the Tar Heels and top flight performances for Art Weiner, who saved the day in the Duke and Virginia games. COTTON BOWL CONTINGENT — BOTTOM ROW (Left to Right): Merl Norcross, Joe Corr, Bud Corson, Paul Rizzo, Alternate Captain Art Weiner, Captain Charlie Justice, Eddie Knox, Dick Bunting, George Verchick, Bob Page, Skeet Hesmer, Fred Sherman • SECOND ROW: Dave Wiley, Joe Augustine, Kenny Powell, Ed Washington, Jim Hendrick, Pete Rvwak, Joe Neikirk, Irv Holdcsh, Ed Bilpuch, Joe Gurtis, Johnny Clements, Bob Gantt, Joe Kosinski • THIRD ROW: Lou Bledsoe, Dolton Ruttin, Bill Hord, Andy Shveda, Dick Wiess, Joe Dudeck, Andy Miketa, Bill O ' Brien, Tommy Stevens, Bill Kelso, Jack Woodell, Billy Slate, Glendon Nickerson • TOP ROW: Bill Wardle, Roscoe Hansen, Billy Hayes, Julian King, Dick Penegar, Dick Bestwick, Assistant Troiner Morris Mason, Benny Wolser, Buford Lewis, Abie Williams, Doc Venters, Bill Kuhn, Chris Carpenter, R. L. McDonald. Wingback Merl Norcross UNC NCS 26 Score 6 15 First Downs 10 90 Net Yards Rushing 68 16 Posses Attempted 21 1 1 Posses Completed 8 169 Yards Gained Passes 102 Passes Hod Intercepted 2 49 Punting Average 41.4 95 Yards Lost Penalties 30 Tackle Dalton Ruff UNC-NCS The 1 949 season was opened in Kenan Stadium with a 26-6 victory over the N. C. State Wolfpack. In perfect football weather a sellout crowd of 44,000 watched as the Tor Heels unveiled their soph- studded squad. The Tar Heels were ahead all the way, but were given a stiff fight before the Wolfpack went down. Charlie Justice started things off midway in the opening period with a 10-yard touchdown pass to End Kenny Powell, climaxing an 80-yard drive. The half ended with Carolina ahead, 7-0. State came back in the third period, scored six points, and held Carolina scoreless. But Sophomores Skeet Hesmer and George Verchick and Justice each scored once in the final period to sew up the game. Against the Wolfpack All-Americo End Art Weiner storts his pass-catching campaign that he ended by tying tlie major collegiate record of 52 caught in a regular season. Guard Bill Wardle ri ■ E 3 UNC 21 12 1 12 19 1 1 165 45.9 25 Score First Downs Net Yards Rushing Passes Attempted Passes Completed Yards Gained Passes Passes Had Intercepted Punting Average Yards Lost Penalties 9 92 21 9 147 1 41.7 55 Guard Billy Slate UNC-GA. The second game — and second win — came at the expense of Georgia. A Kenan Stadium capacity crowd watched as the Tor Heels, tied, 14-14, with three minutes left to play, marched 63 yards to score the winning touchdown. After a scoreless first period Art Weiner caught on 8-yard pass from Justice to put the Tar Heels ahead, 7-0 Georgia ' s Walston tied it up in the third with a beauti- ful 59-yard run after pulling in a Ray Prosperi pass. Justice put the Tar Heels out in front again with a 13-yard scoring run, only to hove Eli Maricich make it 14-all with a clever 88-yard punt return. Then came the play of the year as Billy Hayes tossed a 33-yard pass to Weiner who bulled his way through two Georgia backs to go over for the score. Blocking Bock Eddie K •■«a« All-America End Ken Powell Chorlie Justice (22) tosses and Art Weiner (50) receives all alone in the corner of the Georgio end zone for the first touchdown of the gome. It come in the closing minutes of the first half to give the Tor Heels a 7-0 lead. Other Carolina men in the picture are R. L. McDonald (54), Billy Hayes (37), Dalton Ruffin (85), Jim Hendrick (55), Joe Neikirk (63) and Bill Wardle (62). Tockle Dave Wiley Tripping over a pile of bodies, C Justice (22) goes down after retjrr third-quarter South Corolina punt for yards. The only other identifiable Ta in the picture is Joe Neikirk (63). UNC 28 18 200 28 12 185 1 44 75 Score First Downs Net Yards Rushing Passes Attempted Passes Completed Yards Gained Passes Passes Had Intercepted Punting Average Yards Lost Penalties use 153 23 148 40 75 Tailback Dick Bunting UNC-USC Wingback Fred Sherman, and Fullbacks Billy Hayes and Dick Wiess did the honors in the Tar Heels ' third win of the season in Columbia, S. C, over the Gamecocks, 28-13. It was a bad day for the Tar Heels, but despite the inefficiency of their air arm, they managed to score more points than the inspired, but rather tired. Gamecocks. Sherman scored twice and it looked like the reverse was again a part of the Carolina offense. After a Justice-Weiner pass put the boll on the 3-yard line, Hayes tripped over, followed a few minutes later by a carbon copy action on the part of Wiess for the final score. Wingback Johnny Clements Fullback Joe Gurtis Guard Joe Dudcck " « Charlie Justice (22) slices around the right side of the Wake Forest line and into the end zone for Carolina ' s third touchdown of the afternoon. R. L. McDonald (54) clears the way as Deacon Bob Jones (26) stops to gape. UNC WF 28 Score 14 19 First Downs 9 200 Net Yards Rushing 60 21 Passes Attempted 22 12 Passes Completed 1 1 118 Yards Gained Passes 183 3 Passes Had Intercepted 3 38.3 Punting Average 42.1 80 Yards Lost Penalties 110 UNC-WF It was Charlie Justice day in Kenan Stadium as the Asheville Flyer scored three times to defeat a strong Wake Forest team, 28-14. After Wake Forest took a 7-0 first-quarter lead, Justice and Dick Bunting scored in the second period to put the Tar Heels ohead for good. Bunting ' s score came on a 31 -yard pass interception re- turn and Justice scored on a five-yard jaunt. Justice scored again in the third period on another five-yard run and in the fourth on a 14-yard trip. Bunting played the entire game, at right end on offense, replacing the injured Powell, and at left half on defense. Fullback Billy Hayes Blocking Back Joe Kosinsk All-Southern Center Irv Holdash Wingback Bob " Goo-Goo " Gantt Art Weiner (with the boll) drives ahead to picl up o total of 14 yards for the first Tor Heel first down of the gome. It was early in the contest, but things look kind of soggy already. UNC LSU 7 Score 13 15 First Downs 18 1 13 Net Yards Rushing 267 22 Passes Attempted 17 14 Passes Completed 5 146 Yards Gained Passes 87 2 Posses Hod Intercepted 1 47.5 Punting Average 31.6 5 Yards Lost Penalties 25 UNC-LSU On a muddy field in a city where it hadn ' t rained in a week the Tar Heels dropped their first game in 21 appearances as the L S.U Tigers pulled a 13-7 upset under the lights in Baton Rouge. Weiner scored Carolina ' s lone touchdown in the second period and that would have been good enough to win the ball game except for the fact that Toth scored for L.S.U. late in the fourth period. Tailback Charlie Justice Page 264 George Verchick (72) gets spilled hard by three Volunteers as the Tar Heels staged their late touch- 6 Score 35 9 First Downs 9 132 Net Yards Rushing 1 1 1 18 Passes Attempted 1 1 1 - L 4 Passes Completed 6 25 Yards Gained Passes 95 ,■ 5 Passes Had Intercepted 46.8 Punting Average 39.3 75 Yards Lost Penalties 120 UNC TE NN. General Bob Neyland ' s Vols came to Chapel Hill in late October to hand the Tar Heels their worst defeat since the Texas game of 1947. It was a 35-6 upset win for the Tennes- seans as the Tar Heels couldn ' t do anything right. On the first play of the final period Wiess saved the Tar Heels from a shutout with a short scoring plunge over right tackle. But that was the only spark in an otherwise dull day for Carolina foot- ball fans. Wingbock Fred Sherman Guard Joe Augustine Tailback Bud C Center Tommy Stevens Page 265 George Verchick (72) drives into the end zone with a Charlie Justice pass for Caro- lina ' s first touchdown of the game. The play, which came in the third quarter, covered 22 yards. That ' s Billy Hoyes (37) coming up in the back- ground followed by an un- identified official. Tailbock Skeet Hesmer UNC V M 20 Score 14 13 First Downs 8 1 19 Net Yards Rushing 98 18 Passes Attempted 16 10 Posses Completed 9 136 Yards Gained Passes 130 1 Passes Had Intercepted 2 42 Punting Average 33.4 80 Yards Lost Penalties 57 UNC-W M A fourth down desperation pass in the last five minutes of the William and Mary game put the Tar Heels back in the win column after suffering two straight losses. With the Indians ahead, 14-13, and only 4:10 left in the ball game, Hayes pitched a 13-yard pass to Weiner, who gathered the ball in and scampered across the Indian goal line. William and Mary scored first and held a 7-0 lead at the end of the first half on Lex ' s 28-yard pass to End Vito Ragazzo. Carolina tied it up in the third on Justice ' s 22-yard pass to George Verchick. The Tar Heels went ahead on Justice ' s thrilling 75-yard punt return in the third, only to fall behind once more on Magdziak ' s touchdown in the fourth. Then came the Hayes-Weiner pass and the victory. Tackle Pete Rywak Blocking Back Paul R Guard R. L. McDonald 1 P i s C R|1 p mk KJ .xi t ai:!,. ' yH ijgu % ■■■; 6 9 45 17 6 51 1 35.4 30 Carolii ing (0 pile) scores after going ' his own right tacl le to g the Tar Heels a first-qu 6-0 lead over the Kenny Powell is on the left with Joe Neikirk (63 Art Weiner (50) and King (84) coming up play. ter far the Score First Downs Net Yards Rushing Passes Attempted Passes Completed Yards Gained Passes Passes Had Intercepted Punting Average Yards Lost Penalties ND f 42 19 285 26 15 222 3 28.3 80 UNC-ND It was a cloudy November day and the biggest Saturday of the year for Tar Heel football fans as the Carolina squad travelled to New York ' s Yankee Stodium to meet the powerful Fighting Irish of Notre Dame. And meet them they did, for the lowly-rated Tar Heels held the nation ' s best to a 6-6 tie for the first half, then tired in the fourth quarter to go down to a 42-6 defeat. The Tar Heels, playing without the services of Charlie Justice, were the talk of the nation as the news went out at halftime. Dick Bunting had scored Carolina ' s touchdown early in the first period after Ken Powell blocked an Irish kick near the ND goal line. It wasn ' t until halfway through the third period that the Irish could get rolling and then they really steamed, scoring four touchdowns in the final period to smother the Carolinians. Center Andy Shvedi End Glendon Nickerson All-America End Art Weil Billy Hayes (37) drives through the middle of the Duke line and out into the clear carrying an extra pas- senger. UNC DUKE 21 Score 20 10 First Downs 10 108 Net Yards Rushing 221 19 Passes Attempted 20 10 Passes Completed 7 120 1 Yards Gained Passes Passes Had Intercepted 39 1 42.6 Punting Average 28.4 46 Yards Lost Penalties 80 UNC-DUKE It wasn ' t until the last ten seconds of the Carolina-Duke game in Durham that the Tar Heels were assured of a 21-20 victory. And it was All- America Art Weiner who clinched the win and with it the Southern Conference championship by blocking Mike Souchak ' s field goal attempt from the 28. Duke scored on the first play of the game, but by the end of the half Carolina led 7-6 on Weiner ' s pass reception. Carolina scored twice in the third, on a Justice-Weiner pass and a Hayes-Justice pass, and scored two more points on a blocked punt by Dave Wiley and Joe Dudeck. Wingbock George Verchick Tackle Bill Kuhn Tackle Julian King Guard Dick Bestwick UNC 14 8 82 12 5 108 1 37.1 15 Score First Downs Net Yards Rushing Posses Attempted Passes Completed Yards Gained Passes Passes Had Intercepted Punting Average Yards Lost Penalties UNC-VA. The Tar Heels closed out the season by defeating Virginia in Chapel Hill, 14-7, and accepting the accompanying bid to the Cotton Bowl, which came as a surprise to all It was, as usual, the Justice-Weiner combination that gave the win to Carolina. The Tar Heels scored their touchdowns in the second period, and then staved off a late Virginia rally to win. Justice scored for the Tor Heels on a 14-yard run and then passed 63 yards to Weiner for the other score. Michels scored for Virginia late in the fourth period. Fullback Dick Weiss :: ai ' Guard Jim Hendrick End Ed Washington COTTON BOWL; RICE 27-UNC 13 Racing behind some pretfy blocking, Ail-Americo Chorlie Justice picks up yardage against the Rice Owls in the second quarter of the Cotton Bowl gome in Dallas, Texas. " Get in there and fight, Joe! " Blockingbock Joe Kosinski gets a pep folk from two of Carolina ' s top supporters at the Cotton Bowl, Arden Boisseau (left) reigned as Carolina ' s coed princess in the Cotton Bowl beauty court, while the fellow on the right is Heod Cheerleoder Norm Sper. f;.ji-A. ■K Whatever the Rice Owls had, the Tar Heels were lacking until the final quarter of the 1950 Cotton Bowl classic in Dallas, Texas, but by then it was too late and Carolina went down to its third straight post-season defeat, 27-13. Playing in their third bowl game in four years, the first time in Dallas, the Tar Heels were bottled up by Rice, Southwestern Conference champion, and were un- able to break through until the last period with the score 27-0. Up to then the Owls had dominated most of the play, but Carolina refused to quit and staged two 80-yard drives to the end zone. Block- ingbock Paul Rizzo was the scoring hero for the visitors from Chapel Hill. He tallied both of Caro- lina ' s touchdowns. The first came on a six-yard pass from Charlie Justice while the second came on a lateral from the same fellow. Justice was trapped while going around left end from the eight, but The holftime show at Cotton Bowl stadium was great, but the best part was the precision marching of the Apache Belles Tyler (Tex.) Junior College. oil And offer it the managers cleaned up and packed away the gear until next season. Left to right they ore Bill Craft, K. P. Lindsey, Head Manager Henry Moore, Dewey English, ond Chorley Behrens. was able to push a lateral to Rizzo, who scooped it up on the first bounce and went the rest of the way. The brilliant line-plunging of Fullback Billy Hayes was outstanding for the Tar Heels while Rice players Tobin Rote, Froggy Williams, Joe Watson, and Gerald Weatherly starred for the winners. A great time was hod by oil in the city of Dallas and Freshman Coach Chester Crowell Little seems to be getting a big kick out of that famed Texos hospitolity. The lithesome tody is Gloria, on eye-cofching mogicton who helped entertain the Tor Heels of a pre-gome party. Little played stooge. Two of the greatest friple-fhreof backs of all time got together when the Tor Heels orrived in Dallas and together they left for Jacksonville where they coptoined the opposing teams in the Senior Bowl. Thot ' s Dook Walker of SMU on the left with } (66) and Charlie Ji Oman at the close o shoulder) just look ar (22), who fed the ball to Ri: contest. Irv Holdosh (25) on they file off the fie ' d on the zo for both Carolina scores, smile the left and Billy S:ate (looking ihort end of o 27-13 score. Last year ' s predicMons were bad, but the basketball forecast this season was even worse, if pos- sible. BASKETBALL But because of the pessimism concerning the chances of the White Phantoms against their cage competition during the year, it could be said that the Tar Heels did comparatively well for themselves during the first half of the season and things pointed to more success in the home stretch. With no help coming up from last year ' s freshman squad, Coach Tom Scott and assistant Pete Mullis were forced to mold a team from among veterans of the 1948-49 outfit. Captain and Center Sherman " Nemo " Nearman and Forward Hugo Kop- pler were the only two regulars returning, but reserves John Tsantes, a forward, and Guards Bill White and Howard Deasy filled out the first five. This outfit played spotty ball in the pre-Christmas campaign, but caught fire in the Dixie Classic in Raleigh. Bowing to powerful West Virginia in the first round, the White Phantoms pulled the surprise of the tourney by upsetting Duke, Underdogs against Rhode Island State, Carolina again played well, losing in an overtime period »iw- Center Nemo Nearman holds on tight against an anxious Gamecock from South Caro- lina. Forward Hugo Kopp TAR HEEL CAGERS BOTTOM ROW (left to right): Simon Terrell, Hal Ferraro, and Bill White • MIDDLE ROW: D:c1 Patterson, Darius " Red " Wells, John Tsantes, Irving Turk, and Hugo Koppler • TOP ROW: Coach Tom Scott, Captain Sherman " Nemo " Nearmon, Frank Redding, Howard Deosy, Benton " Red " Bennett, Monager John Patseavouras, and Assistant Coach Pete Mullis. Bill White (4) sticks up his hand to try to keep a George Washington player from taking a shot. John Tsantes (11), Howard Deasy (half-hidden behind Tsontes), Red Bennett (13), and Hal Ferroro (6) all look on. BASKETBALL Forward Hal Ferraro Forword John Tsontes Guard Howard Deasy The Tar Heels were hurt by Rhode Island, however, when Tsantes broke his nose. Tsantes ' injury was partly offset, however, by the start of the winter quarter and the return to eligibility of Charlie Thome, regular guard last year. Thorne sparked the Tar Heels to a close victory over Maryland, but Carolina again played the eccentric, bowing to Hones Hosiery, defeating Davidson, and dropping a crusher to Kentucky. They bounced back, however, taking two games from Miami. White, Irving Turk, and Simon Terrell alternated at the re- serve guard post, while Dick Patterson, a transfer from Pfeiffer Junior College, Red Wells, and Hal Ferraro teamed at the forwards, with Red Bennett and Frank Redding the reserve centers. Guard Bill White Forward Dick Patterson Center Red Bennett J „,. X. Guard Charlie Thorne Guard Irving Turk BASEBALL Coaches Bunn Hearn and Walter Rabb put out one of the best hitting clubs in Carolina ' s history, but eight league losses — all in Big Four competition — stood in the way of the league crown. Except for these Southern Conference deafeats, the Tar Heels dropped but one other contest and that was o 6-0 no-hitter recorded by Florida in their opening game of the season. After that initial loss, Carolina swept on to 12 straight victories before coming up against the eventual champion, Wake Forest, which during the regular season won all four decisions with the Tar Heels. All told, Carolina won 20 games while losing nine and tying two. In the Southern Confer- ence, the Tar Heels posted a 12-8 mark while in the Big Four they were way under .500 with eight losses as compared to five victories. Nothing could be taken away from the Tar Heel sluggers, however, for it was in this field that the local baseballers excelled. Five regulars compiled averages that ranged from .381 to .333 to head the list and two men were close in line for the Big Four batting title until the closing days of the season. Sophomore Secondbaseman Stan Goodman was the man with the .381 average. Finishing second in the Big Four, Goodman led the team in home runs with three and in runs scored with a total of 35. Goodman batted in the number two slot and in addition played a fine game afield. Another outstanding man on the squad was Catcher Sid Varney, whose .360 mark was only good for fourth place in the team race. Varney, who was near the top in every batting department, also improved behind the plate and was named to the second- string All-America baseball team. Runnerup in the matter of averages with .370, but leading with 47 hits, was Rightfielder Ed Lamb, who was followed by Shortstop and Co-Captain Rip Ryan. Ryan smacked eight triples to lead in that division as he ran up a .361 mark. For once, his slugging far overshadowed his fielding. Rounding out the big five with a .333 mark was Don Ward, who won the regular left field position midway in the seoson and came fast to build up his average. 1949 BASEBALL TEAM BOTTOM ROW (leH to right): Bill McGinn, Herbert Whitfield, Joe Brookshire, Joe Eldridge, Ston Goodmon, Co-Captain Fred " Rip " Ryan, Brooks Poge, and Charlie Gurgonus • MIDDLE ROW: John Senter, Doc Cranford, Jake Carter, Andy Tronavitch, Don Word, Sid Vornev, Gerald " Zero " Allen, Jim Ballou, and Manager Leo Nance • TOP ROW: Trainer R. A. " Doc " White, Assistant Coach Walter Rabb, Head Coach Bunn Hearn, Will Hobbs, Ed Lamb, Dcon Cossell, L. C. Couch, Ralnh Brake, Ed Gaston, Hoover Surles, and ch Lc Hoy .MOLlHNi? ' » WCA«OLit 0 R ' -U John " Sleepy " Senter ll Co-Captain Ray Blair led the hard-hitting pitchers with a .306 mark. He was also the workman of the mound staff as he pitched in more games and more innings than any other man on the squad. Leading the team in strikeouts, the curveballing righthander won six games while losing three. Another always- ready man on the squad was Dean Cassell, whose fast ball had him right behind Blair in strikeouts, but far and away in the lead for bases on balls. Cassell pitched in eight games for a 6-2 record Bill McGinn, a sophomore and the only lefthander on the squad, hurled for a 2-2 mark as did con- verted catcher Andy Tranavitch, who made great use of his strong right arm. Ed Gaston, another t RQLINA e „ tTa« ..► 1 .-. Joe Brookshire L. C. Couch ALL sophomore, won two ball games without a loss for the only perfect slate on the team, while Tommy Andrew took core of the remaining decisions, winning two and losing one. At the end of the campaign players signing professional contracts were Varney, Ryan and Tranavitch. Letter winners were Zero Allen, James Ballou, Co-Captain Ray Blair, Joe Brookshire, Dean Cassell, L. C. Couch, Doc Cranford, Joe Eldridge, Charles Gurganus, Ed Gaston, Stan Goodman, Will Hobbs, Ed Lamb, Bill McGinn, Co-Captain Rip Ryan, John Senter, Andy Tranavitch, Sid Varney, Don Ward and Manager Leo Nance. Andy Tranavitch 73 VARSITY SOCCER TEAM BOTTOM ROW (left to right): Don Ahearn, Eddie Foy, Co-Coptoin Jesse Greenbaum, Co-Capfain Frank Nelson, George Stevens, and Bud Sawyer • SECOND ROW: Bob Brannon, Fred Lurie, Ernest Montgomery, Bill Moore, Clyde Garner, and Earl Betts • THIRD ROW: Allen Milledge, Joe Dorset), A len Goslin, Dave Bowman, Jim Gwynn, ond Art Winsor • FOURTH ROW: John Longley, Randy Watson, Buck Blan: ensh:p, Ed Betty, Bill Lyon, and Coach Morvin Allen • TOP ROW: Joe Bach, Bob Kirby, Bill Rhoades, Lee Gliarmis, and Dove Ferebee. Fullback Billy Rhoad SOCCER Leading point-mokers tor the Tar Heels: Dove Ferebee (left) ond Eddie Foy. Carolina ' s soccer team, Southern Conference champion in 1948, failed by a lone goal to repeat the performance in 1949, bowing to the University of Maryland, 1 -0, in one of the most exciting games ever played in this section of the country. Coach Marvin Allen guided his team to a 7-3 record for the season, with the three losses to a trio of the nation ' s top teams, Navy, Penn State and Maryland. Victories were scored over Duke and State, twice each; Washington and Lee, Virginia and Richmond Professional Institute. Outstanding among the booters this year were front-line performers Dave Ferebee, Eddie Foy and Joe Bach; backs Jesse Green- baum, Frank Nelson and Bill Rhoades and goalie Buck Blankenship. Ferebee set a new University scoring record this year. A strong sophomore con- tingent gave indications that Tar Heels would con- tinue on top. CROSS COUNTRY Paced by the sterling performances of Captain Sam Magill, Carolina ' s 1949 cross country team added still another winning season to the brilliant athletic record of the University. Magill, defeated by only one dual meet opponent and second In the Southern Conference meet, set several new records as he blazed to glory on the various wind-swept courses. As a team, the Tar Heel harriers copped four wins and went down to defeat three times. The Blue and White also finished second in the conference meet and took second in the Big Five Meet. Gordon Hamrick, a sophomore sensation, ran in the number two position, while Jerry Lewis, Frank Hooper, Ottis Honeycutt, Billy Burgess, Ed Dixon and Buzzv Field rounded out the starting eight. Victories were posted over Wake Forest, Virginia Tech, Tennessee and Virginia and losses were to State, twice, and Duke. Coach Dole Ranson was again at the helm. CROSS COUNTRY TEAM BOTTOM ROW (left to right): Monoger Dick Hart, Bill Patterson, Jerry Lewis, Ed Dixon, Tom Field and Tom Williams • TOP ROW: Billy Burgess, Frank Hooper, Ottis Honeycutt, Coptain Som Magill, Gordon Hamrick and Coach Dale Ranson. At the close of the first annual " Duke-athon " last spring, John Ross (left), Frank Hooper (center), and Jerry Lewis congrotuale each other in front of the Durham Post Office. They ran from Chapel Hill to Durham, a distance of 12.8 miles, in one hour and 29 minutes. CABOLUA oar CAROLDU ' . k ' % CASQLHIA :arpUN CAROLINA WEIGHTLIFTERS BOTTOM ROW (left to right): Dave Littlejohn, Darrcll Byerly, Charley Ufen and George Ledford • TOP ROW: Ronald Sullivan, Lou McCullen, Kenneth Wheeler, Charley Hartley and Dave White. WEIGHTLIFTING They started out by practicing in an abandoned quonset hut and although the Carolina weightlifters are still an unofficial group at the University, the members of the squad now hold their daily workouts in the Tin Can. The weightlifters first organized last spring when they got together a team to enter local and regional AAU championships. Several Tar Heels won individual titles in these events and the team also triumphed in a dual meet with Davidson. UNIVERSITY FENCING CLUB BOTTOM ROW (left to right): Bob Aldridge, Ed Williams, John Wintrid Ager, Jr., Jomes B. Sanders, Peter H. Gerns ond Gilbert T. Fox • MIDDLE ROW: Assistant Coach Pebley E. Barrow, Kenneth Youngblood, Alon B. Heilig, Chris Putnam, John McKey, II, Lee H. Poole and Coach Franz E. Ross e TOP ROW: Gray Mattox, Donald E. Williams, Jr., Luke A. Forrest, Jr., Guy V. Gooding, Jr., Henry M. Goodwin, Jr. and David S. Evans. i- ' -w " ™ — ■-•-■— ' - i FENCING Also beginning in the spring, the University Fencing Club showed signs of gaining of- ficial recognition in the near future. Spring exhibitions with State College started things off and the local foilsmen under Coach Franz Ross planned an ambitious schedule for their first postwar season the following winter quarter. Dual meets with State and VMI were on the card along with a triangle meet with Virginia and Johns Hopkins and a quadrilateral affair at Chapel Hill which pitted Carolina against Virginia, State and Kentucky. WRESTLING The outlook appeared bright for the Tor Heel grappiers at the season ' s start this year as on experienced crew of wrestlers reported for practice. Most had seen action as freshmen last year while five lettermen from the 1949 varsity squad also returned. These were head- ed by two Southern Conference champions, 155-pounder Phil Kemp, voted the outstanding wrestler in the Conference tournament last year, and Oscar Gupton, who captured the title in the 165-pound class. These two were joined by veterans Kenny Hoffman, 121; John Stoioff, 175; and Heavyweight Joe Augustine. Sophomores were expected to bolster the squad with Bob McGimsey, Tom Coxe, Barry Farber, Joe Aaron and Chigger Quails the top pros- pects for Co ach Chuck Quinlan. Tommy Coxe (left) and Phil Kemp TAR HEEL WRESTLERS l rp ' l, ' ' h° ' % " " °r ' ' ' " }- J ' " " " " Sehworti, Kenny Hoffmen, " Chigger " QuolU, Joe Aa.„., „„„ „„„„. „„..„„„ . „ „„„, „, „„„„,,, R h m H ' t JTiT " f " cl ; - " " e Bourne, George Ledford and Phil Kemp • TOP ROW: Manager J. O. Sargent, John M. Stoioff, Barry M. Farber, Bob Blades, T. Hilliord Sfoton, Robert S. Seybolt, Arthur W. Gregory, Jr. and Coach Chuck Quinlan. nd Robert Randall • MIDDLE ROW: Al Adams O SWIM It ' s Head Coach Dick Jamerson ' s turn to sneak a smile while Assistant Coach Rolph Casey (right) takes a whack at the crying towel. Hit hard by the loss of o number of key men through graduation and ineligibility rulings, the Blue Dolphins were still favor ed to dominate South- ern Conference swimming during the 1950 season. With Dick Jamerson back as head coach after a year ' s leave of absence and Ralph Casey as his assistant, the Tar Heels showed they still had plenty of talent left by defeating VPI and Duke in their first two dual meets. Ohio State, however, had too much for Carolina and the powerful Buckeyes, NCAA champions last lear, ran off with a resound- ing 62-13 victory. It was the first defeat in Chapel Hill for Carolina since the Georgia Tech meet In 1947. Navy, LaSalle, and Georgia Tech were the top foes on the dual meet card after Ohio State THE BLUE DOLPHINS BOTTOM ROW (lett to right): Jimmy Thomas. Eddie Clements, Sam McCouley, Norm Sper, Jack Wichard, Ronnie Basescu and Cecil Milton • MIDDLE ROW: Kiiby Ambler, Charles Bartlett, Art Deitzel, Walt Carnes, Bob Snow, Les Brown, Ray Ed mundson and Head Coach Dick Jamerson • TOP ROW: Assistant Coach Ralph Casey, Ben Yelverton, Dave Howard, John Kennedy, Kent Williamson, Andy Taylor, Bill Burgess and Manager Charley Dwiggins. mum - C«,oLl« - ' OU Charles Bartlett vAING and were expected to provide the Tar Heels with their toughest opposition. But the Blue Dolphins still had Jimmy Thomas and Norm Sper, both of whom made the NCAA All- America team last year. Sper was outstanding as a diver and a backstroker and after a year ' s absence from the springboard was scheduled to return to diving to strengthen Carolina in that event. Sper won the National AAU platform diving cham- pionship during the summer. Thomas displayed his talents in almost every event, winning consistently in the 220, 440, backstroke and individual medley. The best breaststroker on the squad, Thomas was switched to that event after the Ohio State meet. Also expected to pick up points for the Tar Heels OS the season progressed were diver Jack Whichord, distance man Cecil Milton, breaststroker Charlie Bartlett, and sprinters Kirby Ambler and Kent Wil- liamson. By defeating VPI and Duke, the Tar Heels ran their streak of consecutive Conference dual meet victories to 42. Jack Wichord Mi 1947 TRACK TEAM BOTTOM ROW (left to right): Clarence McCloin, Eugene Russell, Bob House, Bob Seligmon, Sam Magill, Bob Kirk, Co-Captain Julian MacKenzie, Co- Captain Billy Joyner, Bill Albans, Dick Toylor, Jock Moody, Bill Crimmins and Gorrett Fitzgibbons • MIDDLE ROW: Head Coach Robert A. Fetzer, Larry Klosterman, Lewis Evans, Ston Travis, Bill Patterson, Halstead Holden, John Ross, Frank Hooper, Jerome Lewis, Merl Norcross, Bernie Shields, Stan White, Harold Rouse, Ralph Marshall and Assistant Cooch Dale Ranson • TOP ROW: Bob Cowles, Dyke Peebles, Joe Harris, Bob Payne, Bill Byott, Fred Ogden, George Verchick, Roscoe Hansen, George Valentine, Manager John Council, Manager Buck Goodwin and Assistant Coach Joe Hiiton. Any history of the Carolina track team last spring will have to start with the Southern Conference Indoor Gomes held in Wool- len Gym lost February, for that night marked the local debut of Bill Albans. The G. I. Freshman proceeded to set a new record by winning five first places, to pace the Tor Heels to a meet- winning total of 52 points. Albans continued in the spring to give the added spark to one of the best squads ever put out by Coaches Bob Fetzer, Dale Ranson and Joe Hilton. Albans was the team ' s high scorer although on injury kept him out of the Southern Conference meet, which the Tor Heels won with 75 World record holders in the 480-yard high hurdles shuttle refay (left to right): Jack Moody, Dick Taylor, Bill Albans and Bob Morrow. Co-Captain Billy Joyner RACK points. In addition to the loop meet, the cindermen ' s best per- formance came in the Penn Relays where Albans teamed with hurdlers Bob Morrow, Dick Taylor and Jack Moody to set a new meet record for the shuttle hurdle race. Bob Kirk was first in the javelin event and Bob Seligman and Sam Magill won seconds in the discus and two-mile, respectively. The squad was unde- feated in dual meet competition ond Southern Conference titles were won by Co-Captains Julian MacKenzie and Billy Joyner, Halstead Holden, Magill, Taylor, Kirk and Seligman. Troek Co-Captains Julian MacKenzie (left) ond Billy Joyner with the 1949 Southern Conference trophy. Rusty Russell NaHonal Collegiate Cham- pion Harvie Ward (right) ond Coach Chuck Erick- son during the North- South Amateur Tourna- ment at Pinehurst. GOLF As much as any man connected with the school Harvie Ward added to the athletic stature of the University last spring when he became the second Carolina student to hold a national title by winning the NCAA golf championship at Ames, Iowa. Ward ' s impressive triumph capped off a year of sterling golf as the num- ber one man on the Carolina links squad, a year which started with the Tarboro star ' s victory in the Golf Club Champions tourney in Florida, Ward then moved on to the North- South Amateur tournament at Pinehurst where he just missed retaining the title he won lost year. Ward and Frank Stranahan clashed in the final as they did in 1948, but this time it 1949 GOLF TEAM KNEELING (left to right): Manager Robert Willard, Roy Moc- Kenzie and Frank Brooks • STANDING: Jack Brantley, Bob Cox, Harvie Ward and Oliver Sapp. mamm mt im was the big man from Toledo who came off with the 2-1 victory. In the National Amateur, Ward got to the quarter-finals before bowing out to the Tournament ' s eventual winner, Charley Coe, in on extra hole playoff. In the regular season, Ward played well as the team won eight matches while losing two and tying one. The linksmen finished third in the Southern Conference tournament, as the three leading teams all broke the record score of 585 set by the Tar Heels two years ago Duke had the low card of 580, Wake Forest was next with 581, and Carolina came in third with a 584. Oliver Sapp, Bob Cox, Roy Moc- Kenzie, Frank Brooks and Jack Brantley com- pleted Coach Chuck Erickson ' s squad. Play hos already begun on the first nine holes of the new University golf course on Mason Farm and the second nine will probably be ready some time next year. When the course is completed it will be the home grounds for the varsity golf team. TENNIS Captoin Vic Seixas Once again it was Captain Vic Seixas, ranked seventh among the nation ' s amateurs, who led the Carolina tennis team through 22 dual meet victories only to have its undefeoted record spoiled by the Tar Heels ' old nemesis, William and Mary. Seixas, who won the " finest sportsman " trophy for his showing in last year ' s tournament circuit, failed to defend successfully his Southern Conference singles championship in the league tournament last spring, losing to Fred Kovaleski of William and Mary in the finals, but he teamed with Clark Taylor to win the doubles crown. Seixas, competing in his final meet for Carolina, lost again to Kovaleski when the two teams met in their dual meet the day following the tournament. Only three regulars from the 1948 team, Seixas, Taylor and Charley Rice, were back with Coach John Kenfield, but Coach Kenfield was able to mold a strong squad with the addition of last year ' s reserves. Stan Gruner, Duke Wilder and Jim Winstead stepped into the top sextet with Las Dameron and Bob Kerdasha the leading reserves. Taylor was elected to captain the 1 950 tennis team. 1949 TENNIS TEAM BOTTOM ROW (left to right): Laslie Dameron, Clark Taylor, Captain Vic Seixas, Duke Wilder and Gene Turner • TOP ROW: Coach John Kenfield, Bob Kerdasha, Jim Winstead, Charles Rice, Paul Keenan, Hugh Bowman, Stan Gruner and Manager George Crowell. LACROSSE Last year for the first time since 1941, Carolina fielded a lacrosse team. Under the capable direction of Coach Bill Darden, the Tar Heel stickmen made their way through a ten-game schedule. Although losing every game on the tough card, the Blue and White gave each team a battle. The Tor Heels were sparked by the brilliant play of Kirk Manning, Jesse Greenboum, Fred Poisson, Bob Kavanaugh, Harold Taylor, Grant Lynch and Nemo Nearman. The team opened the season with three losses to the Uni- versity of Delaware, and followed with a pair of losses to Duke and successive defeats by Wash- ington and Lee, VMI, Virginia, Annapolis La- crosse Club and Norfolk Division of William and Mary. Probably the best game played by the Carolina stickers was the 2-1 decision dropped to Norfolk Division. Observers felt that the team showed marked improvement with each game and that 1950 might produce some startling surprises. Spring found Darden back at the head with most of his 1 949 stars returning for another season of play. The status of the team had not been definitely established, but it was felt that lacrosse might be elevated from a club to a minor sport. Manning and Lynch were elected to serve as co-captains. Kirk Manning THE UNIVERSITY ' S FIRST POST-WAR LACROSSE TEAM BOTTOM ROW (left to right): John Bolgiano, Frank W. Bennett, Joseph P. Zahran, Coach W. M. Darden, Ray Swigort, Harold M. Taylor and Arthur C. Dietzel • MIDDLE ROW: Manager Bob Brame, W. Grant Lynch, Jim Houser, Jesse Greenboum, Walt Winius, Bob Kavanaugh, Julian Timberloke, Bill Wilkerson and Bob Rohe • TOP ROW: Nemo Nearmon, Kirk Manning, Vernon Mountcastle, Dick Nunis, S. C. Sommer, Joe Sargent and Barry Forber. i ' E ' j-.M ' J CHEERLEADERS Led by Head Cheerleader Norm Sper, the cheerleaders led the fighting Carolina yells at all of the Tar Heel football games this fall. Pictured below from left to right are Jerry Pence, Julia McHenry, Harry Aycock, Ann Green, Sper, Anita Gates, Bill Ayers, Marilyn Stanley, Wray Farlow, Charlotte Wilson and Joe Chambliss. I ' iN M fe r s THE CARD BOARD Under the tutelage of Head Cheerleader Norm Sper, the Card Board has probably done more for Carolina spirit this year than any other one thing. Introduced at the 1948 Blue-White game and making its first public appearance at the 1948 Carolina-Texas contest, the color cards have become as synonymous with Caro- lina spirit as hard-working Sper himself. From the time the stunts are planned by artists Pat Faircloth, Tom Wharton and Don Moore until the 41 ushers take up the cards at the end of the half-time period, over 2500 students have had a hand in the show. This year the cards were taken to two games, Notre Dame and Duke, and they received numerous compliments from all who saw them. Yankee Stadium fans were greeted with a picture of the skyline of New York. As the spectators watched the display, dozens of yel- low lights came on in the black skyscrapers. Probably the greatest stunt of the season was Iha Justice to Weinar pass at the Virginia game. The animated stunt showed Justice tossing a pass, the ball moving toward the re- ceiver, and finally Weiner ' s perfect catch and subsequent touchdown. The Card Board, which grew from the small group of interested stu- dents who worked in the Monogram Club to the present s quad of some 50 students, includ- ing artists and ushers, has received much praise from those who hove seen the stunts and especially from the Duke card section, which still thinks that card stunts just can ' t be done. CARD BOARD BOTTOM ROW (left to right): Tom Wharton, Don Moore, Pot Faircloth, Hugh Gale, Frank Matthews, Norm Sper • SECOND ROW: Ernest S. Cox, Cal Schlesinger, Gene Frances Caroher, Joe Wrotten, Carol Homan, Harvey Jones, Jo Grogon, Al Phillips, Dick Rosen • THIRD ROW: Randy Matthews, Charlie Capps, Larry Egerton, James Le Gwin, Thomas Matthews, John Welons, Caswell Edmundson, Bill Gregory • FOURTH ROW: Donald Whicker, Ronald Tilley, William Holton, William Hogshead, John Agar, Henry Knott, Richard Hart, Paul Caldwell, Roy Dickson, Bob Jordan, Bruce Beddingfield • FIFTH ROW: Leon Pittman, Bob Green, Ed Barnes, Donald Stevens, J. Marshall Sosser, Henry S. Stephenson, Ed Burkette, William Stewort • SIXTH ROW: James Wellons, Roy Davis, Everett Huttmon, John Jones, Gene Spruill, Reigh Peck, Otis McCollum, Dean C. Jones, Bob Johnson. Campus Tag Football Champions — Zeta Psi NIRA " You name it and we got it " seems to be the motto of the Intramural Department at Caro- lina, which has been moving consistently toward providing more and better opportunities for students to get out and compete in some activity. With the completion of the first nine holes in the University golf course this year, a golf tournament was added to the long list of fall quarter activities. Intramural Awards Winners: Lyn Bond (left). Outstanding Fraternity Manager and Bob Edwards, Outstanding Dormitory Athlete. Dormitory Volley Ball Champi( Winners of the first oll-compus golf tournament. MURALS The pattern is the same in the winter and spring quarters where almost every type of activity imaginable is sponsored by the mural department under the leadership of Walter Rabb. The Annual Sports Carnival is the high- light of the winter quarter when campus cham- pionships in most activities are decided and members of the Big Four get together in the spring quarter for their annual tournament. Campus Horseshoe Doubles champions — Lotes Holmes (left) and Tyson Dobson. Fraternity Wrestling champions ■ ■ ' ' ■ wmm FRESHMAN SPORTS Freshman athletics during the spring and fall of 1949 and the winter of 1950 were, for the most part, very successful at Carolina. The baseball and tennis t eems shared the spotlight in the spring on the basis of their winning records Track and la- crosse, the other spring sports, did not fare as well and both turned in records which showed fewer victories than defeats. However, capable coaching and the indomitable Carolina spirit made competi- tors from these teams just as valuable varsity additions as did the men from the winning teams. The spring of 1949 marked the first time since pre-war days that there was a concentrated fresh- man athletic program and interest was at a high peak. Members of these teams received valuable training in sportsmanship and learned to compete not only to win, but for the love of competition. Through the application of this spirit, Carolina ' s freshman coaches continued to develop the type of athlete who has always represented Carolina and FRESHMAN FOOTBALL BOTTOM ROW (left to right): Joe McCullis, John Orsino, Andy Wood, Benny Crowder, Collier Hill, Eddie Carter, Al Brown and Bob Llewellyn • SECOND ROW: Richard Owen, Bill Smith, Don McCormick, Jack Cooke, Mike Hendren, John Harris and Bud Wallace • THIRD ROW: Bob Collier, Al Heine, George Norris, John Motsinger, Joe Davis, Baxter Mongum, Barry Rizzo, Lee Cotten and Miles Gregory • FOURTH ROW: Bill Ellington, Ernest Liberati, Equipment Manager Phil Burkholter, Assistant Manager Gordon Pfetterkorn, Assistant Manager John Lievsay, Assistant Manager Jim Craig, Don Kimel and Tolcott Jones • TOP ROW: Trainer Marion Parker, Equipment Manager Sam Jones, Head Freshman Coach Crowell Little, Assistant Coach Harry Adams, Assistant Cooch Gus Purcell, Assistant Coach Sid Vorney, Ass stont Coach Bob Cox, Assistant Cooch Bob Mitten and Heod Manoger Doug Berger. ran. fi t. ;i , pwj- ?,J» U- Page 297 Zy --ss f w . OL v ► ' ° " ' ,c:: f " " - ■ ?[5HMEN • •I reSHM , U4 ' l " .f J ' f ' ' t A -v ,.«cu. t «i ' , i r ' V FRESHMAN BASEBALL TEAM BOTTOM ROW (left to right): Manager Fronk Lennon, Bob Shores, Roger Paschal, Monroe Johnson, Lawrence Cheek, Warren Leonard, Ben Smith, Bob Stewart, Bob Lambert and Charles Bridger • TOP ROW: Freshman Coach Henry House, Charlie Overman, Arthur Freimuth, Henry Schacht, Ed Norris, Bill Reeves, Russell Whiteheart, Gene Smith, Mark Herring, Dennis Webb and Assistant Freshman Coach Jim Hamilton. FRESHMAN SPORTS BOTTOM ROW (left to ond Shahan Haroutunio Bob Litton and Freshmo FRESHMAN TENNIS right): Frank Redding, Jim Carson, Andy Belt 1 • TOP ROW: Charles Duval, Cecil Milton, 1 Coach Jack Kenfield. has been hum ble in victory and honorable in defeat. Under the direction of Coach Henry House, the Tar Baby baseball team won 1 1 games, lost only three and had one incomplete tie game on the record book. The Big Four record was 8-3. Jack Kenfield ' s tennis team won eight of 1 1 matches and in seven of these victories, the opponents failed to score. The track team won three and lost three under Coach Dick Hollander and finished third in the State fresh- man meet. The lacrosse team was on an informal basis and had no official coach or record. FRESHMAN CROSS COUNTRY BOTTOM ROW (left to right): Jim Lester, Roger Peele, Bill Hill, Hal Sigmon, Ken Mostello ond Emsley Loney • TOP ROW: Manager Dick Hort, Bucky Matthews, Clem Johnson, Bobby Byrd, Mike Heaiy, Jock Bennett, Roy Solaski, Bob Webb and Coach Dole Ranson. O €3 o i n % -O Pi c In the fall Carolina looked forward to a very suc- cessful freshman football season. Talent had been gathered from New England to California and most of the prospective squad members had been high school or service standouts. When it was announced that the team would run from the unfamiliar " T " , speculation ran high. Coach Crowell Little ' s eleven went through the season unvictorious, but lost four close ones. Only Duke was able to post a decisive win. Freshman soccer suffered a like fate. Under the guidance of Frank Nelson, the Tar Baby booters went through a tough schedule winless. Defeat was administered to both teams only through sheer physical and, in some cases, numerical superiority. The will to win was as keen as ever and varsity football and soccer will benefit by additions of these men to the squads next season. This past winter found freshman prospects especially high. The freshman swimming team was hailed as one of the greatest in the University ' s history and the freshman basketball team was cited as the best in over a decade. The swimmers, coached by Bob Ousley, swept through the early part of the season undefeated and even whipped the varsity in o dual meet. Jim Hamilton ' s basketball team lost only three games in early season ploy and came right back to avenge each one. Two notable victories were scored over State ' s highly regarded frosh quint in Woollen Gymnasium. Coach Jim Edwards ' strong wrestling team gave notice that future varsity teams would be strengthened in almost every weight classification. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TJAM BOTTOM ROW (left to right): Gene Shaw, Vince Grimoldi, Woyne Harpold, Jvalee Hill and Donny Thomas • MIDDLE ROW: Chuck Cronham, Bob Phillips, Dave Mitchell, Bill Smith, Bill Brewer, Cooper Taylor and Fred Harvey • TOP ROW: Assistont Freshman Coach Dan Nyimicz, Manager Tom Burgiss, Ike Neely, Jack Wallace, Jippy Carter, Tom Goines, Bud Moddie, Ernie Schwarz, Manager Tom Weil and Heod Freshman Coach Jim Hamilton. FRESHMAN WRESTLING TEAM BOTTOM ROW (lett to right): Tom West, Morton Schuster and Ham Horton • MIDDLE ROW: Miles Gregory, Ken Stuckey, Keith Troxler, Som Jordan, Ernest Ransdell ond C. O. Kelly • TOP ROW: Freshman Coach Jim Edwards, Bob Marshall, John Watts, Wilbur Andrews, Lee Gotten, Curtis Meltzer ond Manager Bill Elliott. FRESHMAN TRACK BOTTOM ROW {left to right): Cedric Bielowski and Gordon Hamrick • SECOND ROW: Cecil Pless, Frank Allston, Jim Woollcott, Roy Soloski, Romas White, John Smithermcn ond Ed Dixon • THIRD ROW: Manager Dick Hart, George Miller, Tom Williams, Bill Winslow, Fritz Schneider, Hubert Teer and Tom Field • TOP ROW: Robin Scroggs, Bob Sopp, Norman Moore, Fred Council, John Kimberly, Buddy Tulloch and Fr an Coach Dick Hollande n n n O FRESHMAN SWIMMING TEAM BOTTOM ROW (left to right): Paul Godfrey, Rick Levy, Billy McCord, Buddy Baarcke, Putnam Davis and Bruce Fountain • MIDDLE ROW: Bill Leighton, Buddy Heins, Don Evans, Barry Wall, Stanley Tinkham, and Monager Ralph Hayes • TOP ROW: Ken Zohner, Fred Blue, Ted Dawes, Herman Heyn, Hal Heckman and Freshman Coach Bob Ousley. All coeds with a high medical rating must take physical edu- cation and nearly every sport imaginable from modern danc- ing to hockey is offered. WOMEN ' S SPORTS Headed by President Jane Gower, the Woman ' s Athletic Association is composed of oil coeds at Carolina. Sitting on the WAA Council are Vice-President Lucille Horner, Secretary Carolyn Guthrie, Treasurer Dot Smith and Awards Chairman Margaret Booth, in addition to one representative from each dormitory and each sorority. The WAA officially opened its year with a picnic behind the gym during Orientation Week to which all new coeds were invited. During fall quarter it sponsored the intramural volley ball tournament and a tennis tournament. The Pi Phi ' s won the volley ball championship and Alpha Gam Audrey Brown was proclaimed tennis champion. During winter quarter the coeds played basketball, table tennis, and shuffle- board, and in the spring they competed in Softball. Members of WAA are Betty Allen, Ruth Boine, Margaret Booth, Musette Brown, Jean Cashion, Betty Dixon, Nina Eustler, Phylli Gilliam, Jane Gower, Carolyn Guthrie, Mary Ann Hopper, Loui;e Horner, Betty Sue Jacobs, Frances McLone, Mike Merker, Pegge ' Oliver, Lucille Rights, Borboro Ripley, Betsy Ross, Dot Smith, Lenoir Williams, Pat Winslow, Morie Nussbaum and Dot league. WOMEN ' S In addition to the regular physical education courses and the WAA - sponsored intramural activities special clubs have been formed to give specialized practice in certain sports. The Splash Club, com- posed of girls who are good swimmers and like to do fancy group swimming, met at night in Bowman Gray pool. During the year its members gave several exhibitions and also entertained the varsity swimming team with a party. During the fall y ' PORTS quarter the Hockey Club, in addition to playing intraclub games, engaged teams from Elon, Woman ' s College and several other schools. Coeds desiring to improve their skill in basketball were invited to join the Basketball Club, which met twice a week in winter quarter. During the year the women ' s physical education department offered classes in over a dozen different sports. ■■■ P Bf i i iWL 11 [ il yH Hpl a !? |i ffi M H w MY NIGHT iTTii ' li ' lfH H ' " " ' " ' ' ' ' " " ' )ihl j=» ' mmmm 3t U. N.C. . ► V I 8:50 « ' t .w.c. The is eveing is so young ond I cm so drunk. From 8:51 There ' s one on every page. ' o 10:59 Quick George, the flint. r To eoch his own. 203 Bingham, any night. We folded our blankets and silently crept away. From 2:00 fo 6:00 Lesh have a party. " Deal, " cried the losers. Neither twin has the toi Athlete ' s Foot? My dote was a coed. Must be concentratioi just got to moke thot 8 O ' clock. II , Tfl - EUGENE DWIGHT BLACKWELDER Vice-President ALVIN WARD PEACOCK President PH BETA DEAN E. L. MACKIE Corresponding Secretary _ pm_ WALTER PAGE HARRIS Recording Secretary To the students on the campus privileged to wear the " Phi Bete " key. Phi Beta Koppo represents a minimum of eight full quarters of work in which a scholastic overage of 92.5 or better has been maintoined. Officers: Alvin Ward Peacock, President; Eugene Dwight Blackwelder, Vice-President; Walter Page Harris, Recording Secretory; Dean E. L. Mackie, Corresponding Secretary-Treasurer. Executive Committee: Alvin Ward Peacock, Eugene Dwight Blackwelder, Walter Page Harris, Choncellor R. B. House, Dr. A. C. Howell, Dean E. L. Mackie, Dean C. P. Spruill. MEMBERS INITIATED MAY 12, 1949 Simeon Huey Adams, Charles Harold Adderholdt, Harold Lee Andrews, Frances Louise Angas, George Stewart Aycock, John Brewer Baity, Calvin Benhom Baldwin, Jr., Otis Carrington Beeson, Jr., Eugene Dwight Blackwelder, Betty Jane Blalock, Gerald Blum, Stuart Osborne Bondurant, Jr., Octovius Blonchord Bonner, Jr., Richard Lee Bowen, John Lyndon Brockman, Robert Pleasant Brown, Gaston Swindell Bruton, Jr., Lewis Dean Cassell, Fitzgerald Ridley Caudle, Jr., Edwin Rives Cheek, Harvey Joy Cohen, David Leonard Collins, Jr., Ida Kotherine Constable, Henry Perry Deal, Helen Page Dees, Alice Denhom, Charles Dennis Dixon, Charles Edgar Dobbin, Paul Edward Elliot, Jr., Lelond Caswell Ellis, Carrol Jay Warren Fisher, Gilbert Harris Furgurson, Frances Elizabeth Furr, Clyde Walton Fussell, Archer Homner Futch, Jr., Robert Edward Giles, Jocquelyn Elizabeth Goodwin, Alfred Joseph Green, James Mclver Green, Leonard Hampton, Karl Patrick Harrell, Walter Page Harris, Jr., Frank Jordan Howley, Jr., Dewey Hoyle Hinkle, David Fronklin Holmes, Roland Eugene Home, Thomas Allen Hosick, Charles McLoin Howe, Louis Gordon Huffines, Theodore Long Huguelet, Earl Stuart Huntley, Jr., Rozelle Kennedy, Charles Burkheod Ledbetter, Wilson M. Lee, John Robert Lindsay, Jr., John McDavid Loftis, Carlyle-Jonet Markham, William David Maxwell, James Dickson McLean, Jr., James Fyffe McNob, Banks Holt Mebane, Joseph Eugene Michalski, Robert Alfred Miller, Wilson Raymond Mills, Jock Elmer Mohr, Mary Ellen Montgomery, Priscilla Lane Moore, Robert Raymond Morrison, Jr., Marjorie Angela Norris, Gene Blanco Parrish, Alvin Word Peacock, KAPPA " ' P Chapter of North Carolina Carl David Perry, Ely Jackson Perry, Jr., Augustus Winniett Peters, Thomas Jefferson Peterson, Jr., Dove Joshua Pittmon, Helen Anne Reid, James William Berry Reid, Jr., Nat Downs Reid, Dwight Carroll Rhyne, Frank Goodrich Roberts, Jr., Hubert Donald Robertson, Raymond Lester S arbaugh, Jr., Eric Sloan Sellers, David James Sharpe, Richard Lee Simpson, Josef Sklut, Claude Alfred Smith, Hal Dermont Smyre, Jack Webster Sparrow, Jr., Thomas Franklin Stallings, Jr., Merle Marie Stevens, George Voughon Strong, VI, Bobby Shofto Stutts, Elmer Cook Thompson, Edward Young Cox Thorne, Ernest Haywood Tilley, Claude Charles Voche, Howard Scheyer Woiner, Richard Isley Walker, John Webb, Margaret Anne Wells, Nathaniel McDonald Williams, Jr., Clifton Monroe Wilson, Jr., Francis Edward Winslow, Jr., Elinor Spotswood Woltz, William Frederick Young, C. Hugh Holmon (Ph.D. Candidate), Dr. Gerald Ray Jordan (Honorary). MEMBERS INITIATED DECEMBER 5, 1949 Henry Bethune Adams, III, David Maurice Anderson, Jr., Wilmo Clair Anderson, Wallace Ashley, Jr., Robert Roy Beyer, Edward George Bilpuch, Kenneth Carlyle Block, Joe Luther Bookout, Shasta Monroe Bryant, Claude Edward Clark, Mabel Kothryn Colwell, William Alexander Cowburn, Troy Lester Davis, Albert Moxcy Dickson, Jr., Lillian Eudoro Dillord, Robert George Evans, Henry Clendenin Fordham, Ediyn Wayne Freerks, Peter Demetrios Galonides, Henry Neil Goldstein, Willis Jackson Grant, William Van Grimes, Jr., Norris Grady Grubbs, Harry Hobart Hall, Osborne Bennette Hardison, Jr., Herbert Loureston Hawley, Jack York Henderson, James Rutledge Henderson, Jr., Mildred Cherry Hill, Urban Tigner Holmes, III, William Gary Hooks, Bruce Fletcher Jones, Robert George Kerdosho, James Louis Lamm, Richard Floyd Leach, Hartzell Zangwill Lebed, James Richard Lewis, Marvin Derr Little, William Connie Mothis, Jr., William Greer McCall, William Gordon McGuire, Jr., Alexander Haywood Mclntire, Arthur Gage Murphey, Jr., William Croighill Murphy, Johnnie Furnifold O ' Neal, Roland Elmer Palmer, Jr., William Francis Patterson, Oliver Burton Phifer, Harry Cullum Phillips, Jr., Alice Sharp, Brantley Russell Show, William Marshall Smith, David Elliott Sobel, Melvin Sanford Steinberg, John Arch Watson, John Blake Watson, Jr., Phil Weldon Widenhouse, Clyde Young. Page 321 ADLER BARBEE CROWDER FLEISHMAN HERRING POWELL RICHARDSON WAINER WRIGHT ALPHA EPSILON DELTA MEMBERS Ted Adier Harrison Barbee Harold Crowder Molcolm Fleishman Charles Herring Charles Powell Maurice Richardson Howard Wainer Ken Wright, Jr. % L The National Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta established the North Carolina Beta Chapter of this honorary pre-medical society at the University of North Carolina on March 25, 1 936. Since that dote the local chapter has been active as a guiding group to interested pre-medical students. It has helped to give these students an insight into the problems and philosophy of a medical career. By the presentation of guest lecturers from the various phases of the medical profession, visits to hospitals, and similar activities, the chapter has endeavored to bridge the gap between the Pre-Medical School and the School of Medicine. OFFICERS President . Howard Wainer Vice-President Harrison Ba rbee Secretary Harold Crouder Treasurer Maurice Richardson Pagi 322 9 BRASWELL CHALMERS CHARLES COOKE DAILY FULLER GILES HALL C. HARRIS W. HARRIS HENDERSON HENSON HOYLE JOHNSON LAVIN MeDERMOTT McLENDON PERDUE ROWE SPRACKLIN STOKER STOREY TALTON WARDLOW WILLIFORD WINFREE FLAKE PHI ALPHA DELTA Phi Alpha Delta is a national secret Greek law fraternity founded in 1898 by a group of law students in Chicago, III. It has chapters in 62 of the leading American law schools and 31 alumni chapters in the larger American cities. The total membership of the Fraternity is approximately eighteen thousand. The Ruffin Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta at the University is composed of 32 members. Meetings are held every two weeks, in addition to a luncheon given at least once a month, at which prominent men of the legal field speak. Once each year a mock trial is held with a justice of the N. C. Supreme Court presiding, and members of the fraternity acting as councils for the respective parties. To round out the social side the chapter usually has a get-together twice a semester with their wives and dates. OFFICERS Justice „ William M. Storey Vice-Justice . Robert W. Perdue Clerk R. Vincent Spracklin Treasurer William S. Harris, Jr. Marshal . _ Glade Flake Faculty Advisor M. T. Van Hecke MEMBERS Edwin Maurice Braswell Lester V. Chalmers, Jr. Harry G. Charles William Leon Cooke Blair L. Daily Leroy Frank Fuller John F. Giles Gene Harold Hall Claude Harris William S. Harris, Jr. William W. Henderson Perry C. Henson James W. Hoyie Lawrence McNeil Johnson Peter Lavin James P. McDermott Moron D. McLendon, Jr. Robert W. Perdue Joseph V. Rowe, Jr. R. Vincent Spracklin Lawrence C. Stoker William M. Storey Willis A. Talton Richard Wcrdlow Lemuel M. Williford Franklin Winfree Glade F. Flake XI Chapter RHO CHI SOCIETY University of North Carolina Rho Chi, the National Pharmaceutical Honor Society, evolved from a local pharmaceutical organization which was established at the University of Michigan, College of Pharmacy on May 4, 1908. Today ' s membership in Rho Chi is the most coveted achieve- ment for a Pharmacy Student. The XI Chapter of Rho Chi Society was established at the University of North Carolina in 1929 with eight members. Throughout the years the Society has continued to grow. Rho Chi ' s fundamental objective is to promote the advancement of the pharmaceutical sciences through the encouragement and recognition of in- tellectual scholarship. Dinner meetings are held each month to bring under- graduate, graduate students, and faculty members together in fraternal and helpful comradeship. Our aim is to make ourselves and our fellow stu- dents more professional, more ethical, and more useful to the world in which we live. OFFICERS President Henry Dale Smith Vice-President Robert C. Wilson Secretory-Treasurer Robert R. Woody Jarvls Marion Alligood, Frank Barnett, Jr., James Edward Brookshire, Arthur Ethridge Brothers, William Taylor Dement, Benjamin Russell Harward, Floyd Edward Jones, John Henry Lowder, Herman Wright Lynch, Doris Souls, Robert Edgar Schorff, Sr., Henry Dole Smith, Robert Charles Wilson, John Bennett Woodord, Robert Rickman Woody. Paje 324 ( P Roy Broswell, Willis Bumgorner, Wolter Clork, Robert En el, Don Evans, Cyrus Frozier, Chorles Fulton, O. Mox Gordner, Winston Gunnels, John Haworth, Robert Mines, Edward Hipp, Kenneth Hoyle, Hubert Humphrey, Jesse Johnson, John Kennedy, Charles Knox, Robert Loidlaw, Roddey Ligon, James McMullen, Jesse Moore, Warren Perry, Edward Powe, III, Leonord Powers, Monroe Redden, Carl Schworti, Basil Sherrill, John Simms, Marsholl Spears, Oscar Stornes, Mason Thomas, Clark Totherow, William Wotson, Robert Wiley, Algernon Zollicoffer. PHI DELTA PH Phi Delta Phi Honorary International Legal Fraternity was founded at the University of Michigan in 1 869. Vance Inn of the University of North Carolina was established in 1919. The purpose of the fraternity is the promotion of higher standards of professional ethics and culture in law schools and in the profession at large. Its Motto: " May the legal ability recognized by her ideals go forth and strenghten the arm of justice. " OFFICERS Magisfer Gus Zollicoffer Clerk Basil Sherrill Historian Bob Mines Exchequer John Haworth Page 325 Charlie Bortlett Joe Beasley Charlie Brewer Charlie Fox Bill Furches Jim Groseclose Bill Hogshead John Hough Thornton Long Gray Mottox Bruce Melton Andy Miller Jerry Shuping Dick Underwood ALPHA PHI OMEGA Alpha Phi Omega is the national service fraternity for former Boy Scouts. It was founded in 1925 at Lafayette College, Boston, Pennsylvania. The local chapter was chartered May 19, 1930 as the seventeenth chapter of the national service fraternity which now boasts over 200 chapters in colleges of the nation. Dr. E. Charles Powell, of Goldsboro, North Carolina, was the first Rho chapter president. On February 25, 1949, Rho chapter was reactivated and initiated 46 members in its first year. Alpha Phi Omega renders service to student body and faculty, to youth and community, to members of the fraternity, and to the nation as participa- tion citizens. This year Rho chapter will endeavor to enlarge its program and increase its service to the campus, community, and nation. OFFICERS President William Roth First Vice-President Charles Bartlett Secand Vice-President Tharnton Long Recording Secretary Robert Collins Treasurer ___ Clyde Smithson Historian Andy Miller Alumni Secretary Charles Brewer Corresponding Secretary Dick Underwood Page 326 Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia was founded at the New England Conservatory of Music, Boston, Massachusetts, in 1898. Its aims are to advance the cause of music in America, foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of students of music, develop the truest fraternal spirit among its mem- bers, and encourage loyalty to the Alma Mater. The Alpha Rho Chapter, founded at the University of North C aro- lina in 1 926, takes an active part in the furtherance of musical activities at the University. Each year the chapter presents its American Music Program, a concert devoted to the performance of works by American composers and usually including compositions by members of the fraternity. Whenever possible, Phi Mu Alpha brings to the campus well-known guest artists. Keeping in mind the advancement of the best in music. Phi Mu Alpha attempts to develop a strong fraternal feeling among the pro- moters of that art. OFFICERS President Harold Andrews Vice-President James Moore Secretary Robert MocDonald Treasurer Clay Crisp ALPHA RHO CHAPTER of PHI MU ALPHA r " William F. Adeox, Harold L. Andrews, Charles A. Ballance, Carl S. Baxter, Milton C. Bliss, Chris N. Busby, Jock A. Clinord, C. Dick Conrad, M. Clay Crisp, J. L. Davis, Clifford F. Doll, Felder S. Gra ham, B. M. Haywood, Will 0. Heodlee, Jomes S. Hix, Bill M. Hudgin, Moy G. Lindsay, Henry V. Lofquist, Walter C. Merritf, James F. Moore, Joe A. Morrow, Robin J, Scroggs, Irv S. Silver, T. D. Smith, Bill N. Tritt, William E. Waters, James L. Weathers. r p fs ( n Q. f frs rs f .ff T IK Page 327 Norwood Boney Wiltiam Booe Joseph Byrd Martin Cutter John Davenport George Demas Alvoh Flynn Joseph Franks William Green Rufus Hayworth Homer Henry Charles Jomes Joseph Ira Lee Junius Peeden Herbert Phillips Zennie Riggs Clyde Rollins W. Ray Rollins Herbert Rountree John Russell Lubie Stocks John Swoinson George Toylor Lou Tinsley J. Harvey Turner George Vann Percy Wall Donald Williams Henry Williams DELTA THETA PHI Lc FrafemHy Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity is a national organization founded at Cleve- land Low School in 1901. Battle Senate of the University of North Carolina was established in 1924. The object of the Delta Theta Phi is to unite fraternally congenial stu- dents of the law, to lead them and their fellow students to high scholarship and legal learning, to surround them with an environment such that the tradition of the law and of the profession may descend upon them, to pro- mote justice and to advance the interests of law. The motto: " Justice for fellow men, honor to God and love for brother. " OFFICERS Dean . William H. Booe Vice-Dean Norwood B. Boney, Jr. Tribune . Clyde T. Rollins Clerk of Exchequer Alvon W. Flynn, Jr. Clerk of the Rolls George Demos Master of the Ritual David B. Stevens Baliff George F. Taylor Jo Ann Carpenter Barbara Crawford Lilliam Dillord Carrie Dixon Carolina Eutsler Joan Miller THETA PSI EPSILON Alpha Chapter of Theta Psi Epsilon, national honorary chemical sorority, was established in 1944 by the women students in the department of chemistry. Its purpose is three-fold: to unite women who hove chosen the some fields of study, to promote on interest in chemistry, and to foster mutual advancement in academic, business and social life. Each year the members have on opportunity to hear qualified speakers in the field of chemistry. Many graduates in chemistry ore heard at the weekly meetings in Venerable Hall. Another outstanding project is the annual visit to a nearby industrial laboratory to see industrial chemistry in operation. OFFICERS President _. Carolina Eutsler Vice-President Carrie Dixon Secretary Joan Miller Treasurer Barbara Crawford Historian . . Lillian Dillard Membership .. Jo Ann Carpenter Ky PPy PS I Pharmaceutical Fraternity The Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity was founded in 1879. This, the Beta Xi Chapter, was established at the University of North Carolina in 1915. Membership in the fraternity is limited to Pharmacy students. The purpose of this fraternity is to bring together those students of Pharmacy of good character who have proven scholarship ability and who have a wholesome college spirit. We endeavor, through a program of social and professional activities, to stimulate our members to develop and maintain the highest ideals in the profession of Pharmacy. Officers: Regent, Ernest John Rabll; Vice-Regent, Floyd Edward Jones, Jr.; Secretary, Arthur Etheridge Brothers; Treas- urer, William Franklin Allen; Historian, Richard Argyle Knight; Chaplain, Harold Bruce Sauls; Faculty Advisor, M. L. Jacobs. Members: William Franklin Allen, Arthur A. Anderson, Lloyd Clifford Brisson, Arthur Etheridge Brothers, Earl Triplett Brown, Loy Roy Burris, Jr., Harold Vann Day, James Henry Dowdy, James Gorden Grantham, James Paul Greene, James Simpson Greene, William Pitts Morton, Edward Floyd Jones, Jr., Richard Argyle Knight, Larry Bikle McAllister, Ernest John Rabil, William Neal Robertson, Jr., Gilbert Clark Russell, James Alexander Soppenfield, James A. Speight, John Hugh Thigpen, Jr., John Bennett Woodard. Alfen Ander5( Brisson Brother Brown Burris Doy Dowdy Grantha Greene Greene Norton Knight McAllister Soppenfield Speight Thigpen Woodard Page 330 Alpha Gamma Chapter of PHI DELTA CHI The Phi Delta Chi Fraternity was founded in 1883 at Ann Arbor, Michigan. The Alpha Gamma Chapter of the University of North Carolina was founded May 23, 1923. The principle of Phi Delta Chi is to foster and promote the profession of pharmacy, and to promote a fraternal feel- ing among the members of the profession, so that they may obtain the fullest cooperation between themselves. The chapter, with 23 active members at present, takes a very active part in the activities of the School of Pharmacy, and of the Student Branch of the North Carolina Pharmaceutical Association, as well as many campus activities, with the spotlight on the annual Phi Delta Chi Ball, with the entire Pharmacy School as guests of the Chapter. Officers: President, Waites A. West; Vice-President, R. Eugene Allen; Secretary, Wilbur S. Ward; Treasurer, R. Truman Hudson. Members: Robert Allen, J. Douglas Bain, Jr., Donald Bennett, James Bennick, Walter Clodfelter, William Griffin, Ray Hudson, Herbert McKeithon, James McGee, Bascom Phifer, Gene Sherord, Harry Stone, Dewey Stonestreet, William Van Volkenburgh, Waits West, Milton Moore, Oscar Mills, Alton Parrish, William Shaheen, Charles Gaddy. McGee . C . Phifer m Sherard mi P Stone Stonestreet Von Boikenburgh West 1 Moore p Mills 1 T Porrish «- Shaheen Gaddy Page 331 PHI ETA SIGMA Phi Eta Sigma is a freshman honorary scholastic fraternity, its purpose being to encourage sound scholarship from the beginning of the students ' college career. It was founded at the University of Illinois on March 22, 1923. There are sixty-one chapters; the University of North Carolina chapter was estab- lished on May 29, 1947. Honorary Members: Deans Corvdon P. Spruill, M. A. Hill, Jr., Cecil Johnson, and Ernest L. Mackie. Edgar Love, Ml President -orlie Archibald Corner, Jr Vice-President James Andrew Bell, Jr. Secretary Griggs Comeron Dickson Treasurer James Albert House, Jr. Historian Deon Ernest Mackie Faculty Advisor MEMBERS INITIATED MARCH 3, 1949 Thomas Marion Alspaugh, Robert Freeman Bailey, Carl Simpson Baxter, James Andrew Bell, Jr., Spencer Lorraine Blaylock, Jr., William Augustus Bowen, Robert Griffin Brome, Wade Melbry Brannan, Jr., Robert Barclay Brown, Samuel Davis Byrd, Jr., William Davis Cash, John Robert Cauble, John Cazin, Jr., Lewis Rose Chapman, Jr., John Nathaniel Chatham, Irvin Marvin Cohen, Edward Sanderlin Coley, James Holbert Conoly, Roy Clinton Cordermon, Jr., Edward James Dalgleish, Robert William Davidson, Daniel Whitaker Davis, John Denhom, Griggs Cameron Dickson, Edwin Harrison Dixon, Jr., Charles Council Dudley, Jr., Frank John Eckert, Carrol Joy Warren Fisher, Ediyn Wayne Freerks, Peter Demetrios Galanides, Edwin Maurice Garner, Farlie Archibald Garner, Jr., Henry Neil Goldstein, Robert Edward Goodman, Richard Adams Harris, James William Hayes, III, William Orndoff Headlee, William Coffeen Holton, James Albert House, Jr., William Gobbel Howell, Dean Cicero Jones, Jr., Robert Edward Kaufman, David Armstrong Kelly, Robert Lawrence Kurtz, Lewis Sellers Lawrence, Allison Luther Lewis, Jr., Adrian Smith Lineberger, Jr., Edgar Love, III, Fred Marcus Lurie, Eurid Reid McAuley, Jr., James Herbert Mclntyre, William Woodard McLendon, William Henry Mallison, Robert Lee Marks, Seth Keith Meads, Donald Myron Mendel, Andrew Clevelond Miller, III, Albert Michael Pacifici, Jr., Benjamin Gary Pease, Jr., Curtis Joyner Rotledge, William Frank Redding, III, William Weaver Rhoades, John Marshall Sasser, Blackwell Sawyer, Jr., Robin Jerone Scroggs, Joel Herbert Siegel, John Alvis Smitherman, Thomas Warwick Steed, Jr., William Granger Teachey, David Ronald Tilley, George Reginald Tucker, Jr., Robert Turnbull Whitlock. Sigma Theta Chapter of PHI CHI Since its founding in 1905 at the school of Medicine here, the Sigma Theta Chapter of Phi Chi has been especially active in extracurricular activities, both of an academic and a social nature. It has become an integral part of the medical student ' s lives who, as Phi Chis, strive to make themselves a source of strength and pride to their Alma Mater. Sigma Theta functions socially throughout the school year with the enthusiastic participation of every member, indicating that medical students can have as much fun as others during their " spore " time. Watt ' s Grill, Sparrow ' s Pool, the Mercury Club, and Wrightsville Beach have all played their part. Such functions have led to o more congenial student-faculty relationship as well as student-student relationship. For the future this chapter is planning and hoping for a Phi Chi House at its new expanded four-year home. Also eagerly anticipated are more conventions for the personnel of the various departments to attend. John L. Watters Presiding Senior Grimes B. Byerly Presiding Junior Gordon R. Heotli Secretary John McCoin Treasurer John Trotter Judge Advocate Olin Perritt Chopter Editor Belk Troutmon, Vonnie Hicl s, Gene Shorpe, Wharton Gaul, Jim Morris, Jim Raymer, Claiborne Smith, Bud Anthony, Charles Vern Kirkland, John McCain, Jack Walters, Gordon Heath, Jack Trotter, Grimes Byerly, John Dees, Charles Stamey, Carl Huntley, Bruce Dick Borden, 0. B. Bonner, Bill BIythe, Ed Thorne, Lewis Thorp, Jock Wilkinson, Ken Willis, Bill Harris, Hal Hawkins, Moke Wi!li Coppridge, Charles Gilliam, Bob Smith, Watson Pugh, Harold Peedin, Joan Chopin, Nick Love, Art Sherman, Karl Lowing. )n, Jack ierkeley. DELTA SIGMA PI Purpose of the Fraternity: To foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce, and to further c higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community. Officers: Headmaster, Fred Talton; Senior Warden, Aso Hollowell; Junior Warden, John Russell; Chancellor, Bob Callahan; Treasurer, Bill Clodfelter; Historian, Joe Totherow; Scribe, Bill Austin. C. M. Adams, Bill Austin, Arlie Beol, Clifford Booth, Frank Boseman, Fred Bulluck, Robert Collohon, Eugene Carpenter, Lae Coman, Lunsford Creech, Edwin Duncan, Peter English, Meluin Finch, Hugh Fortescue, John Green, Ellis Hall, Wilbur Harris, Aso Hollowell, Bonner Hudson, Lawrence Humes, Gus Korres, Hugh McArver, Gibben McNeely, Corroll Melton, Frank Newton, Carter Rhinehort, Clyde Rosscr, John Russell, Gilbert Snyder, Jack Stratton, Mourice Talbot, Fred Talton, Ned Towel, John Tsontes, Allen Thompson, Williams White, Kenneth Wyott. There goes C. M. headed for Statesville. " Stovewood " Austin end " Lunch box " going to Smithfield. " Pol er " Bed and " Never lose " White want to show o few, " 88 " Ace might be talked into it. Clifford has just about turned rebel. Major McNeely and Lt. Bossman ore sporting DMS Medals. " Volley ball " Thompson and Jeff are good representatives from Rocky Mount. Callahan wants a little order. Got a job, just call Gene. Delta Sig ' s own " Nature Boy. " Love loves Durham. Duncan can spin some toll tales. " Little " Joe and his woman trouble. Seen Pete " the Greek " ? Watch out women the Clayton Creamer and Tiger ore loose Delta Sig ' s brain is " Phi Bete Clyde. " " Honest " John will write you a good policy. Ellis moves the question. Don gets along with those Watts nurses. Let ' s go out to the Buc and see Wilber. Bobby Joe, they ' re still talking about that Concord woman. Hinnont is buzzing the house again. Carl, we hope it ' s a boy. " Lawyer " Fortesque. Bonner ond or Ned. " Fly boy " Humer and " Lover " Russell headed for W. C. Chief Jones is in the Varsity Cellar. " Mail Order " Korres should major in Insurance. There goes " Big Boy " McArver. " Paper boy " Melton delivers the goods. Mericka is close to W. C. Joe Billy wants to talk. Is Bud a Woke Forest Baptist? " Fat Boy " and " Bingham " Rosser are brothers. Sop Jack is going to Wall Street. Gil is a " religious worker. " " Chuck " and Puerto Rico. Hoke and Cot live in Raleigh. " Handsome " Jack likes the Capital City also. Will " pin Boll " Talbot come across? " Tootsie Roll " wonts to know about fingers. Bill " Wolf, " need we scy more? " Little hook " Tzontes scores one. " Mas " Wright should have done this and didn ' t. Alphc Lambda Chapter m |iS; i. i H HKm ■■MiiHHHM Bh .3 H K Km I EI BMH . Hb r Wi ' ' HHH H ' A H m- " ' dl K ■ 1 Alpha Tau Chapter of ALPHA KAPPA PS I Alpha Kappa Psi, the first and oldest commerce fraternity was incorporated in 1905. The Alpha Tau Chapter was founded in 1925, deactivated in 1933, and reorganized November 7, 1948. The aims of the Alpha Kappa Psi are " to further the individual welfare of its members, to foster scientific re- search in the fields of commerce, ac- counts, and finance; to educate the public to appreciate and demand high- er ideals therein, and to promote and advance in institutions of college rank courses leading to degrees. Officers: President, L. N. Cashion, Jr.; Vice- President, William L. Hester; Secretary, Arthur D. Xanthos; Treasurer, Williom Moore; Master of Rituols, W. Allen Spivey. Noel Baker, L. N. Coshion, James Croom, Jomes Dick, Robert Evons, Murry Ferguson, Jomes Guthrie, Ralph Hebb, William Hester, David Hudson, Edsel Kiser, John Pugh, Robert Rossiter, Peter Rywak, Robert Sanford, George Shull, W. Allen Spivey, Bobby Stutis, John Taylor, Richord Toylor, Edword Testermon, Benny Worren, John Watson, Arthur Xonthos. Page 336 The Tau Chapter of Chi Delta P hi, national honorary literary sorority, was reactivated at the University of North Carolina on June 4, 1941. Its purpose is to promote literary activities and appreciation on the campus. As an honorary society, it accepts one per cent of the coed student body as members each year, on the basis of submitted manu- scripts. In an attempt to improve their own writing, the members met in closed sessions once each month to read and criticize their own work. They contribute to and support campus publications, and, working with Ponhellenic Council and CICA, write and produce the annual May Day pageant. CHI DELTA PH Officers: Phyllis Ann Gentry, President; Emily Sewell, Vice-President; Ruth Whalen, Secretary; Mai Belle Conley, Treasurer; Nancy Curtis, Publicity Chairman. Moi Belle Conley, Nancy Curtis, Phyllis Ann Gentry, Maq Katherine Jone Mendelsohn, Emily Sewell, Harriet Williamson, Marie Withers. i, Mary Virginio Jones, Su Page 337 ir The lota Tau Chapter of SIGMA ALPHA IOTA lota Tau, one of the newest active chapters of the International professional music fraternity, Sigma Alpha Iota, was formally installed at the University of North Carolina on April 29, 1946. In an impressive ceremony held by national officers, eighteen girls became the first active members. The group though small in number, is limited to music majors and minors, and is active in musical function on campus. Meetings are held regularly once a week. In the post the lota Tau chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota has presented various musicals, and lost year pre- sented " The Beggar ' s Opera " by Gay and Pepusch given in collaboration with Phi Mu Alpha and Sound and Fury. The purpose of Sigma Alpha Iota is to promote good will and foster friendship through musical and social means. Officers: President, Janet Lewis; Treasurer, Katherine King; Editor, Barbara Young; Social Chairman, Ann McNeely. KAPPA EPSILON The Lambda Chapter of Kappa Epsilon, national honorary fraternity for women pharmacy students, was formed at the University of North Carolina on Jonuary 21, 1941; and since that time has become on important part of the Pharmacy School. Kappa Epsilon wos established to stimulate in its members a desire for high scholarship, a professional consciousness, lasting loyalty, interest and friendship. Officers: President, Sarah Pegram; Vice-President, Doris Sauls; Secretory and Treasurer, Betty Sparks; Pledge Mistress, Allene Warren. Members: Margaret Booth, Caroline Burgess, Sarah Pegram, Doris Sauls, Betty Sparks, Allene Warren • Pledges: Frances Parsons, Obeda Hood. mzis: a 1 l3 ' m» I 1 - r -•iF r ! 1- i 1 " • " ■u ' -■( tEt)? 0vhtx of tije 0{h WtH Officers Peter Harry Gerns President William Donald Carmichael, III Vice-President Nathaniel McDonald Williams, Jr. Secretary-Treasurer Dr. Ernest Lloyd Mackie Recorder Executive Committee The Officers and Richard Garner Cox Jesse Henry Dedmond Dr. Samuel Thomas Emory Donald Gray Shropshire Dr. William Smith Wells CHARTER MEMBERS 1. William Donald Carmichael, III 2. William Robert Coulter 3. Jesse Henry Dedmond 4. Peter Harry Gerns 5. Samuel Hirsch 6. Charles Louis Johnston, Jr. 7. Allard Kenneth Lowenstein 8. William Ernest Mackie 9. Basil Lamar Sherrill 10. Donald Gray Shropshire 11. Leonard Adolph Szafaryn 12. Dr. Samuel Thomas Emory 13. Dr. Ernest Lloyd Mackie 14. Dr. William Smith Wells FIRST INITIATES 15. Billie Rita Adams 16. Mary Lucille Arnott 17. Emily Claire Baker 18. Betty Jane Blalock 19. Richard Lee Bowen 20. Wayne Kenneth Brenengen 21. Charles Gordon Britt 22. Elizabeth Anne Carlton 23. H. Martin Carmichael, Jr. 24. Gran P. Childress 25. Ida Katherine Constable 26. John Philip Couch 27. Richard Garner Cox 28. Charles Augustus Cunningham 29. Thomas Earle Cunningham 30. Roy Edward Davenport, Jr. 31. Alice Denham 32. William Robert Dulin 33. William Holt Duncan 34. Andrew Samuel Griffith 35. Dorothy Gayle Hancock 38. 39. 40. VM6 - FIRST INITIATES 36. Charles Lawton Hayes 37. Matthew Marshall Neil Hodgson Thomas Eaton Holden Rebecca Sue Holton Robert Lee Hutton 41. Joseph Freeman Jones 42. Thomas Murphy Jordan 43. Mary Tandy Lacy 44. Joseph Clarence Leary, Jr. 45. Joseph Grant Lefkowitz Colbert Blair Leonard Susan Patricia McNutt Samuel Phillips Manning Frank Jackson Matthews William Henry Houston Miller Priscilla Lane Moore Roy Clifton Moose Charles William Norton 54. Earle Cornelius Page, Jr. 55. Carl David Perry 56. Dave Joshua Pittman 57. William Grady Pritchard, Jr. 58 J otherine Woddell Royall ' vi rc Vaughan Sharp tJ. Jean-lola Snyder M D nviH Elliott Sobel fi T - Jnmps Earl Somers -6 Susanne Stokes 64. Henrietta Williams Thorp 65. Morton Jerome Weiss 66. Mary Lou Williams 67. Nathaniel McDonald Williams 68. Elinor Spotswood Woltz 69. Sarah Ann Woodhull 70. Samuel Ralph Andrew, Jr. 71. Bertha Kaplan 72. Richard Isley Walker VALKY - . BS -,-: ' HELEN EPPES, President ANN CHANDLER, Secretary SALLY OSBORNE, Vice-President EMILY SEWELL, Treasurer m ' . Kitty Altizer Mac Copenhaver Barbara Payne Caroline Brunner Ann Faulconer Dorothy Smith Jo Butler BPSar Sara Oliver Patricia Stanford m ■■ HONORARIES Katherine Carmichoel Gov Currie Isabelle McLeod SSdWi S MEMBERS 1949-50 416 Charles Lester Fulton 427 Ernest G. Crone 430 Ralph N. Strayhorn 431 Kenneth C. Black 436 Thomas R Eller 439 Charles F. Warren 442 William Knox Tate 443 Basil L Shernll 447 Jesse H Dedmond 449 John A, Kirkland 452 Monroe M. Landreth, Jr. 453 Allard Kenneth Lowenstein 454 Richard Isley Walker 455 Walter Page Harris, Jr 456 Edward Grey Joyner, Jr. 457 William S Harrison, Jr. 458 Robert Edward Kirkland 459 Samuel Hoys Magi 460 Elias Victor Seixas, Jr. 461 Richard Edmund Gordon 462 William Donald Carmichael 463 Joseph Clarence Leary, Jr. 464 Charles Justice 465 Harold Lee Andrews 466 David E. Sobel 467 William Ernest Mackie 469 Charles Louis Johnston, Jr 470 Roy Clifton Moose Jason — William H. Miller Vice-Jason — Wayne K. Brenengan Grommateus — William Robert Coulter Christopher — Basil L. Shernll FACULTY MEMBERS Charles Phillips Russell Frank Porter Graham Claude Edward Teague Edgar Ralph Rankin Robert Burton House Herman Glenn Baity Ernest Lloyd Mackie Albert McKinley Coates Joseph Burton Linker Corydon Perry Spruill Earle Horace Hartsell Joseph Maryon Saunders William T. Couch Edward Alexander Cameron Walter Smith Spearman, Jr. William M. Shuford Edwin Sidney Lanier Hugh T. Lefler Harry K. Russell Raymond L, Jefferies, Jr. Frank W, Hanft William C. Friday Robert A. Fetzer alter R Ber yhil BETA GAMMA SIGMA ALPHA CHAPTER OF NORTH CAROLINA Established February 20, 1933 JOHN O ' NEIL Honorary President A. WARD PEACOCK President R. W. CRUTCHFIELD Secretary CHARLES JONES Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS J. C. D. Blaine, Ph.D. D. D. Carroll, A.M. R. W. Crutchfield, M.S., C.P.A. J. E. Dykstra, D.C.S. J. S. Floyd, M.A. Clarence Heer, Ph.D. R.J. M. Hobbs,A.N., LLB. C. S. Logsdon, Ph.D. C. H. McGregor, Ph.D. John T. O ' Neil, M.B.A. E. E. Peocock, M.B.A., C.P.A. G. T Schwenning, Ph.D. R. L. Stallings, M.S. H. D. Wolf, Ph.D. J. B. Woosley, Ph.D. STUDENT MEMBERS Charles Adderholt Wallace Ashley, Jr. Robert Roy Beyer Kenneth Black Gerald Blum Victor Bowles James Brockman Robert Brown Harry Carmichael, Jr. Fitzgerald Caudle, Jr. Henry Deal Charles Dobbin Floyd Durham, Jr. Carrol Fisher Robert Giles William Hamrick W. Page Harris, Jr. Jack Henderson Dewey Hinkle STUDENT MEMBERS Roland Home Charles Jones Joseph Jones Mark Jones John Kopp Robert Kirkland Herbert Knight Hartzel Lebed Richard Leach Marvin Little Joseph Lefkowitz Alger Martin, Jr. Alexander Mclntire James McNob Frank Meadows, Jr. Leon Melvin, Jr. Roland Palmer William Parrish A. Word Peacock Oliver Phifer Maurice Polk William Reese, Jr. James Reid Lottie Rogers, Jr. Eric Sellers Brantley Shaw Josef Sklut Hal Smyre Jack Sparrow, Jr. James Stephenson Lester Styron Bobby Stutts Elmer Thompson Ernest Tilley Charles Trice Ernest Tucker John Watson, Jr. Phil Widenhouse Clifton Wilson, Jr. James Ziglar O nrnflti s Upah Unligp ALLISON HODGERPELLJR. PRINCEPS WALTER PAGE HARRIS, JR. QUAESTOR JAMES STANTON NORTHROP, JR. SCRIPTOR m FACULTY MEMBERS Nicholson B. Adams Walter R. Barryhill John M. Booker James B. Bullitt R. D. W. Conner Keener C. Frazer Louis Graves Edward McG. Hedgepeth Urban H. Tigner William D. MacNider FACULTY MEMBERS Dougald Mocmillan Isaac Hall Manning, Jr. Roland P. McClomroch Rogers D. Whichard ACTIVE MEMBERS Robert B. Egerton William F. Lee Robert B. George, Jr. John R. Murchison Marshall Roberts Harold Sigier, Jr. James Throsh Horry G. Juggle James M. Twine Edward H. Ward, Jr. John C. Williams Thurmon Williams, Jr. VALMAR BWQFLTFM IDBCUYRYF TQYM FUE PPXMG HJJEE BF HYPPOL RL GLANDON YAEEBRX TND J TRELTN DKAZ A UYKSR APPRSNTHMG AS SHP DZLGQRL AS QURX MG TQC TZAUJJ YQNSC BNDLNP RAQ SAUJ AGATHLZ ERABMGQ RULERS 645 AUGUSTUS WINNIETT PETERS Ri 640 FREDERICK OSCAR BOWMAN K. D. S. 650 ROY WALTER HOLSTEN W. S. S. 647 JACK RUDISILL BRANTLEY . . . . K. M. K. [ 648 ALASTAIR LENNOX MUIRHEAD . N. G. P. SUBJECTS 174 Archibald Henderson 241 Joseph G. deR. Hamilton 255 Frank Porter Graham 315 Robert W. Wettach 319 William W. Pierson 331 Thomas Felix Hickerson 343 Dudley Dewitt Carroll 349 William Donald Carmichael 369 William F. Prouty 373 Allen Wilson Hobbs 385 Robert Edwin Koker 405 Charles S. Mangum, Jr. ! 417 George Coffin Toylor 439 J. Penrose Harland 442 Robert Burton House 490 Fletcher Melvin Green 546 Harry Russell 589 Sterling Gray Gilliain 634 Lyman A. Cotton 640 Frederick Oscar Bowman 642 Cornelius Vanstory King 643 William Kenan Rand 645 Augustus Winniett Peters 647 Jack Rudisill Brantley 648 Alastair Lennox Muirhead 649 James Townsend Tanner 650 Roy Walter Holsten 651 Richard Stanford Travis 652 Robert Knox Morrow 653 Thorne Gregory 654 James Phillips Thomas 655 Bennett H. Perry 656 William Jackson Goforth 657 Francis Edward Price ORDER OF THE SHEIKS DYKE PEEBLES S. THORNE GREGORY V. S. GEORGE BLACKWELDER K. Buddy Armistead Phil Atkinson Norman Black William Black Bill Boyer Rufus Bynum Joe Chambliss Bill Claybrook Jim Cornwell Robey Crisp Rennie Cuthbertson Fred Cutts Henry Dowdy Brad Egerton Will Feltus Jim Garrison Tommy Gregory Bob Hackney Jim Hadley James Heldman Copeiand Hill Roy Holsten Bobby Johnson Guy Kirby Ralph Lee Paul Mengel Jeter Mooneyham John McCrary Bill McGuire Dick Palmer Pete Peters Cecil Pless Bud Preyer Johnny Price John Stone Dan Taft Jim Tanner Bill Taylor Jim Thrash Stan Travis Henry Turner Jim Waldren Clyde Wall Jimmy Wollcott John C. Williams Clem Wright 3 " CLUB mEmBERS 1949-50 SAM C RAVER President Dan Ahern Bill Allison Bill Badgett Kyle Barnes Boo Boyer Lyn Bond Paul Von Bromer Cokie Bristol Bynum Brown Len Butts Walt Carnes Joe Combs Jim Cowan Sam Craver Jim Curtis Aubrey Doggett Joe Dorsett Dave Edens MABURY BASS Vice-President Paul Edmunson Emory Elmore Wray Farlow Charles Fox Ted Fussell Bob George Fletcher Harris Weddell Harris Bill Hedrick Hugh Horton Dave Howard Garland Jonas Bruce Jones Dave Kelly Nevin Kennedy Koy Lewis Ben McClenton BILL STEELE Sec.-Treas. Julian McGee Jim Mericka Walt Montgomery Allen Moore Pete Moore Piatt Morening Carlisle Morris John Sadler Dove Schomerhorn Bob Sloan Bob Snow Francis Strong Charlie Trent John Underwood Bud Yokley Jack Whichard Tom Williams Lem Whitsett ORDER OF THE minRTRURS OFFICERS RICHARD DICKSON President ROBERT WILLARD Vice-President JOHNMURCHISON Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Joseph Albright Ivan Armstrong James Ballou Harry Bateman William Benbow Edgar Betty Robert Blades Z, Creighton Brinson Harold Bursley, Jr. Francis Clarkson, Jr. Thomas Coxe, 1 1 1 Stewart Cramer, III Morsden deRosset Paul Fitzgerald, Jr. Jacob Froelich, Jr. Robert Gallant James Hardison H. Neal Howard Lewis Holding John Huske, Jr. M. Garland Johnson, Jr. Benton H. Jones William Fitzhugh Lee Richard M. Penegar Ely Perry, Jr James Reuning Marshall Roberts, Jr. Dalton Ruffin William Sanders William Shelton Ralph Stockton, Jr. Jack Stratford Donnell Van Noppen, Jr. Harvie Ward, Jr. James Wilkinson, Jr. Thurman Williams, Jr. Arthur Willis lTfl . I LUCILLE RIELEY President 1 , PAN The Panhellenic Council is composed of three representatives from each sorority and two from the Stray Greeks. The advisor is Mrs. Emery Denny, Jr. The purpose of the council is to further re- lations between these organizations, and the council members feel that this year has been a most successful one. With the publishing of the Panhel Manual, the council improvised the system of formal rushing, and 122 girls were pledged by the five sororities. The Panhellenic Council and CICA joined together during Orientation week to present a fashion show for the new HELLENIC COUNCIL coeds. The main project of the council for the year was the adoption of a little French girl. Each sorority did its part by writing letters and sending gifts to the child. In the spring Panhel had its annual workshop for old and new members. At this time new rushing rules were made and final plans were completed for May Day, a highlight of spring quarter. Following their annual tradition, the council awarded a silver loving cup to the sorority with the highest scholastic average for three quarters. SEATED: Peggy Martin, Betty Denny, Trish Stanford, Polly Rudolph, Lucille Rieley, Helen Hilton, Gene Hines, Peggy Neal • STANDING: Patty Ann Frizzell, Barbara Payne, iane Gower, Misha Eure, Marie Nussbaum, June Fleenor, Kitty Havnaer, Jean Ogburn, Marilyn Stanley, Jody ALPHA DELTA PI BRIEF HISTORY Founded nationally: May 15, 1851 at Wesleyon College, Mocon, Georgia. Beta Upsilon Chapter founded at University of North Carolino November 1 1, 1939. Colors: Pale Blue and White. Flower: Violet. Publication: The ADELPHEAN. OFFICERS President . . . . Peggy Martin Vice-President . . .. - .. - Ann Green Secretary . Margery Williams Treasurer _ . Barbara Lunsford House Manager .... Charlotte Wilson Rush Chairman Kitty Havnaef l r fi li Ruth Boine, Emily Bostwick, Jean Grouser, Carol Cubine, Patricia Stanford, Audrey Donnon, Ann Faulconer, Anita Gates, Ann Green, Kitty Havnaer, Gloria Jackson, Mary Lorimer, Barbara Lundsford, Peggy Martin, Julia McHenry, Lee Noll, Nancy Root, Ann Royster, Jackie Sharpe, Katherine Shaw, Nancy Shields, Betty Shumate, Peggy Swinson, Margery Williams, Charlotte Wilson. Beta Upsilon Chapter Page 354 FIRST ROW: Jackie Merritt, Kosh Dovis, Katherine Schiff, Babe Thrash, Carter Richardson, Paula Boling • SECOND ROW: Lee Smith, Jean Hoggard, Dot Teague, Lee Jones, Carolyn Guthrie, Nancy Duckett • THIRD ROW: Judy Sanford, Helen Bell, Franny Sweat, Beverly Serr, Joyce Spear, Florence Ruffin, Nancy Lee Richmond, Lou Daniels. i% nf OFFICERS STANDING: Barbara Lundsford, Treasurer; Kitty Havnaer, Rush Chairman; Charlotte Wilson, House Manager • SEATED: Margery Williams, Secretary; Peggy Martin, President; Ann Green, Vice-President. Activities: 20 wonderful new pledges after two weeks of rushing . . . the beginning of a great year for both pledges and actives . . . Miss Rambo being gracious . . . look before you leap, Jackie . . . Nita and phone calls . . . Lee and airmail . . . Charlotte and " tops " . . . Ann wielding the rod as pledge master . . . Kitty and a serenade . . . Margie ' s trips home . . . Lunsford and her cash register . . . Royster the artist . . . Peanut as chief rooter for the team . . . Julia and her paint brush . . . Cheerleaders and spirit . . . three grand transfers . . . Pegram and her mortar and pestle . . . Lorimer being a clockwatcher , . . Martin and her knitting . . . Faulconer playing " mother " . . . Gloria being social . . . Swinson did it! . . . Trish playing housewife . . . Crouser ond volley ball . . . courtesy week and humble pledges . . . fraternity parties . . . Peggy ' s loyalty and leadership through a wonderful year . . . lf Tt ' !4y ' % ALPHA GAMMA DELTA BRIEF HISTORY Founded notionally: May 30, 1904 at Syra- cuse University, Syracuse University, N. Y. Gamma Epsilon Chapter founded at the University of North Carolina in 1945. Colors; Red, Buff, and Green. Flower; Red end Buff Roses. Publication; Alpha Gamma Delta Quarterly. OFFICERS President Jody Armstrong Vice-President Svea Ogg Secretary Eleanor Hope Newell Treasurer Sandra Sisk Rush Chairman Peggy Neal House Manager Allene Warren Kitty Altizer, Nuncie Amis, Jody Armstrong, Ann Birmingham, Audrey Brown, Pat Chandler, Barbara Crawford, Nancy Curtis, Libby Ann Koontz, Peggy McKinley, Bayra Mitchell, Peggy Neal, Eleanor Hope Newell, Svea Ogg, Lucille Olive, Sally Osborne, Morion Powers, Lucille Rieley, Kitty St. John, Sandra Sisk, Allene Warren. Gamma Epsilon Chapter SEATED: Grevildo Snider, Nancy Lewis, Bebe Smith, Betty Prior, Mary Kotherine Jones, Joanne Miller • STANDING: Dorothy Monss, Joan Lyons, Mary Williams, Jean DeWitte, Rachael, Barbara Jackson, Elizabeth Taylor, OFFICERS Allene Warren, House Manager; Svea Ogg, Vice-President; E Hope Newell, Secretary; Jody Armstrong, President; Sondn Treasurer; Peggy Neal, Rush Chairman. Activities: Memories of " The Crystal Palace " . . . Chandler, Curtis, Koontz, and Sisk running Swain Hall for the radio department this year . . . Pat and Brownie and their " Bills " . . . Peggy, Kitty, and Tommy getting gray hairs in the Psychology building . . . Peggy and Mitch and their big red convertibles . . . Alpha Gam taxis praise be . . . Kitty a wheel in the " Y " . . . Doggie and her point brushes . . , Allene and her test tubes . . . Barbara handling all the parties and men . . . Lucille at the helm of Panhel . . . Ann, Audrey, and Nuncie oriented, appreciated, and enfolded into Gamma Epsilon . . . and behind all these girls? Of course, our perky, prexy, Jody . . . devoted to the bunch . . . Oh, to bring them good days bock again! CHI OMEGA BRIEF HISTORY Founded nationally: University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 5, 1895. Founded locolly: University of North Caro- lina on January 20, 1923. Colors: Cardinal and Straw. Flower: White Carnation. Publication: " THE ELEUSIS " of Chi Omega. OFFICERS President Armecia Eure Vice-President Gene Frances Caraher Secretary Elizabeth Lyons Treasurer Sara Wakefield Pledge Trainer _ Connie Conley House Manager Estelle Suddreth Sarah Barbee, Musette Brown, Gene Frances Caraher, Carolyn Carleton, Connie Conley, Helen Epps, Armecia Eure, June Fleenor, Betty Heath, Mary Brown Hill, Ann King, Elizabeth Lyon, Louise Moore, Frances Powe, Mary Louise Rice, Betsy Ross, Polly Rudolph, Estelle Suddreth, Caroline Tillett, Carolyn Van Sant, Epsilon Beta Chapter FIRST ROW: Jockre Curry, Mary Coxe, Nance Eschols, Frances Mcnter, Louise Robbins, Nancy Smith • SECOND ROW: Dot Yokley, Peggy Wood, Betty Stamey, Ellyn Pell, Ruth Sikes, Robbie Roberson, Rosa Little a THIRD ROW: Lillian Lowing, Evelyn Harrison, Martha Ann Oisen, Peggy Williams, Sue McLaughlin, Shirley Bowman, Lou Cor- michael • FOURTH ROW: Jo Ann Griffin, Ellen Turlington, Lucindo Gibson, Core Davis, Edith Allison, Nancy Norwood, Tiny Morrow. OFFICERS Estelle Suddreth, House Manager; Armecia Eure, President; Sarah Wakefield, Treasurer; Connie Conley, Pledge Trainer; Elizabeth Lyons, Secretary; Gene Frances Caraher, Vice-Presi- dent. Activities: Memories of our yeors in Chi Omega . . . house revolutionized . . . singing " Welcome " to the taxi drivers and the cooks ' husbands during rushing . . . Borbee ' s jokes and dry wit . . . Wakefield in the pool, Tillett on the courts and Misenheimer at the Curve Inn . . . our lasting love for Bob and Joe . . . Bells for Ann and a ring for Frances . . . Musette ' s sudden interest in golf . . . Nelle Lejeune and Lester Poindexter . . . Helen, our campus leader . . . eyes on the cups . . . Mory Lou ' s cold bath and empty stomach . . . " Mademoiselle " Caraher, the fraudulent Southern belle . . . just how long does it take to hang a mirror, Louise? . . . Mai Bell and her old shoe . . . Sunday night coffees . . . Sud ' n the Sigma Chis . . . Polly ' s embarrassing moments . . . Ethel and Ruth, the Arkansas kids . . . Van Sant ' s favorite color . . . Bootsie ' s thankless jobs . . . Mary Brown and Wrightsville . . . Perky and her " new look " . . , ' Mecia ' s undying love for Chi Omega and her marvelous leadership . . . Fraternity eternity Chi Omega always. -: ' DELTA DELTA DELTA BRIEF HISTORY Founded nationally: January 15, 1889 at Boston University, Boston, Mass. Alpha Sigma Chapter founded at the Uni- versity of North Carolina April 9, 1943. Colors: Silver, Gold, and Blue. Flower: Pansy. Publication: The Trident. OFFICERS President . - - - Barbara Payne Vice-President Susan Trumbo Secretary . Mary Willis Matthews Treasurer Frances Sowers House Manager June Crockett Rush Chairman Potty Ann Frizzel c o Patricia Bailey, Clara Jane Burroughs, Mary Amelia Copenhaver, Madge Crawford, June Crockett, Jo Ann Darden, Betty Dixon, Betsy Emory, Muriel Fisher, Patty Ann Frizzell, Sarah Gobbel, Gene Mines, Louise Horner, Mina Lamar, Mary Angelyn McNease, Virginia Monfort, Barbara Payne, Connie Penn, Jean Rankin, Jocelyn Rhyne, Jean Serpell, Betty Smith, Frances Sowers, Susan Trumbo, Marjorie Ann Whitehurst. Alpha Sigma Chapter Page 3 60 FIRST ROW: Carolyn Bishop, Sue Whitoker, Helen Bomar, Helen Hamilton, Joanne Culler, Susie Upchurch • SECOND ROW: Marion Turner, Solly Cox, J. K. Richardson, Mory Key Palmer, Jeon Blum, Phyllis Costner, Arden Boisseou, Nina Norvell, Nancy Allison • THIRD ROW: Pot George, Lois Stone, Ann Burnette, Alice Hufford, Mary Lou St. Clair, Pom Miller, Nancy Frazier, Billy McColia, Ellen Rixey. Activities: Twenty-four pledges greeted with glee . . . how hoppy con Tri Delts be? . . . P.A. ' s rushing and the doc . . . Mac, Muriel, Mina politicing ' round the clock . . . Much socializing thanks to Jean . . . v edding bells for Feme, also May Queen . . . the Sigma Chi ' s gave us our clue . . . proof is Clara Jane, Pat, Gene, and Sue . . . Tink ' s magic touch on the ivory keys . . . Barbara and Cuties " Come to order, please " ... to Betty and Bill all best wishes . . . thanks to Nancy for her " Durham dishes " . . . Mary A., Candy, Ginny, Mad ge burning midnight oil . . . Margeann, Betty, Gnome ' s priceless wit . . . with Carolyn, Lynn, and Connie adding their bit . . . our good times, our friendships will never be gone . . . for Tri-Delto memories live on and on. W-: ? PI BETA PHI BRIEF HISTORY Founded nationolly: April 28, 1867 at Mon- mouth College, Monmouth, Illinois. North Carolina Alpha Chapter founded at the University of North Carolina in 1925. Colors: Wine and Silver Blue. Flower: White Carnation. Publication: The Arrow. OFFICERS President Jane Gower Vice-President Pat Sullivan Secretary Ruth Whelan Treasurer Gene Denbo Pledge Trainer Chorleen Greer House Manager Harriet Williamson M ) 4tmt Anne Chandler, Gene Denbo, Norma Jean Dew, Bettie Dudley, Mary Scott Everett, Margaret Garett, Jane Gower, Chorleen Greer, Helen Hilton, Joyce Hodges, Betty Lokey, Betsy Hommel, Barbara Lowe, Judy Nunnolly, Marie Nussbaum, Jean Sloan, Mary Spainhour, Pat Sullivan, Margaret Taylor, Lenore Williams, Preston Wescoot, Harriet Williamson, Marie Withers. North Carolina Alpha Chapter FIRST ROW: Betty Ann Yowell, Dodie Boyer, Kothy Wiley, Irene Jeffrey, Mary Ann Jeffrey, Winifred Harris:, Sue Lanier, Bess Bettis • SECOND ROW: Barboro Booker, Ann Townsend, Betsy Jones, Alice Laughlin, Pat Bouie, Iris McEwen, Marguerite Burton • THIRD ROW: Rusty Simpkins, Isabel Carter, Patricia Colev, Sandy Riach, Joyce Richert, Anne Webb, Princess Stellings • FOURTH ROW: Rosalie Varn, Lila Ponder, Anne Campbell, Clair Dodge, Ann Dewey Heart, Frances Drance, Nancy iler. OFFICERS Harriet Williomson, House Manager; Lenore Willioms, Recording Sec- retory; Ruth Butler, Corresponding Secretary; Pot Sullivan, Vice-Presi- dent; Jane Gower, President. Activities: Clem and Jimmy, our morale-boosters . . . Oh, honey, you ' re early! . . . Sigma Chi Serenades . . . Ruthie ond Harriet waiting for autopsy colls . . . Tea and crumpets with the Crumb Club . . . Fly Lambda Rho . . . Kolvyries frap . . . Chandler fights the " Why Y ' s? " . . . Helen has a haircut . . . Pot has a beer . . . Oh, Churchill, how could you? . . . Our pin-ups — Jonie, Harriet, Judy . . . Mrs. Snow, Susie, Ducky work the crossword puzzle . . . Norma Jean ' s dating Georges . . . Butler loves peanut butter . . . Ask Lenoir and ' Gene about a- 1 plus a-2 plus a-3 equals a-5 . . . Mary talks on the phone ... we wished we all looked like our transfers . . . Ann Marshall gets flowers . . . Bootsie gets excited . . . Koreyn gets a cold . . . Marie giggles . . . Charleen takes a shower . . . Bobbie is Heaven-Scent . . . Betsy and Maury . . . Sloan screams " beige! " . . . Pret ' s barbershop outfit! . . . We follow the Arrow ' s gleam through a wonderful year. " Vs. ¥ 5t.. V ' ; H e. NTERFRATERNITY ALLISON PELL President COUNCIL INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Ted Fussell, Allison Pell, Ted Young, Andy Cornish, Bob Montgomery. The I.F.C. governing body of fraterni- ties ot UNC is composed of two mem- bers of each fraternity, the fraternity president and a junior member. Its purpose is to further by unification and high ideals — brotherhood, character, and citizenship — of the individual fraternities. During the past year, under the suc- cessive and very capable leadership of Charlie Loudermilk and Allison Pel!, the I.F.C. has functioned in a way most beneficial to its fraternity members as well as to the University itself. Among its notable achievements, the I.F.C. may point to; the award of its own INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL COURT Alec Watkins, Bill Wilson, Andy Cornish, Nathan Booe. scholarship, the Andrew Bershak Interfraternity Scholarship, improvement in scholarship and organization among the several fraternities, attendance to the National Interfraternity Conference, and the strengthening of its judicial body, the I.F.C. Court. A dynamic body, with unity of purpose and steadfastness to its ideals, the I.F.C. of the University of North Carolina will continue to strive for the betterment of its members, both in their relations to other groups and organizations, its ideals being the development of men as students, citizens, and brothers. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL Jerry Daniel, Walter Allen, Ben Duke, Hugh Boyer, Johnny Robertson, Charlie Loudermilk, Dick Rosen, Claude Wilson, Alex Watkins, Bob Messner, Jock Brantley, Bud Ruffin, Joe Albright, Gib Furgurson, Jim Cowan, Bill Wilson, Creighton Brinson, Walt Umsteod, Fred Matthews, Budd Grover, Bob Grubbs, Arthur Beckham, Jr., Bill Benjamin, Ted Young, Allison Pell, Andy Cornish, Ted Fussell, George Darden, Bob Johnson, Mort Bergen, Albert Kotz, Bill Johnson, Bob Shore, Tom Reich, P. A. Tronson, Nathan Booe, Rufus Bynum, Roy Holsten, Dole Morrison, Robert Raskin. ALPHA EPSILON PI HISTORY OFFICERS Founded at Washington Square Campus at n u i ■ New York University in 1913. President - . Ronald Liss COLORS: Blue and Gold. ,, n ., n ,. d Vice-President Robert Beyer FLOWER: Fleur des Lis. PUBLICATION: Alpha Epsilon Pi Quarterly, Secretary Nelson Posner The Newsletter, Established at the University of North Coro- Treasurer Frederick Retchin lino in 1937. Robert Byer, Gerald Blum, Gerald Daniel, Albert Katz, H. Feichman, Ronald Liss, Melvin Podell, Nelson Posner, Frederick Retchin, Raymond Uden, Leon Zimmerman. Omega Chapter Jerry (Rogers) Blum and Bob (Hammerstein) Beyer stage their poor man ' s South Pacific. Poor Jerry Daniel is riveted to the sugar of the earth. Too bad Al, but there is no percentage in bird calls and the Arboretum. You can always hear Howard Wainer say " I ain ' t in it for the Money, but I sure would like to marry a rich woman. " Sklut studies again. " Aren ' t you going to the show, Fred? " " No, I have to write a letter. " Nobody Nose the trouble I ' ve seen. Zeke (by the dozen) Zimmerman getting it wholesale again. You can heor Ray Uden murmur, " It ' s OK as long as DcHort is in the right place. " Rony — " There ' s a Chapter In My Life Called Marilee. " " Poodle " stands alone — " I resign. " Naturally, there was a Thanksgiving House Party, and every- body was giving thonks that the ABC store stayed open late that night. f ALPHA TAU OMEGA HISTORY OFFICERS Foundad at Virginia Military Institute in n j . i. .• i r- g c President __ John M. Loftis COLORS: Azure and Gold. ... n -j . rs , n Vrce-President Dick Bryant FLOWER; White Tec Rose. PUBLICATION: Palm. Secretary Wallace Ashley Established at the University of North Caro- lina in 1879. Treasurer Pete Cochran O f o c - o p o JtM ti., Bik£W Kik O O f f ' TT p p jP i } -fVJ R. | J Don Ahem, Dick Alsbrook, Wallace Ashley, Phil Atkinson, John Bippart, Larry Botto, Rufus Bynum, Pete Clewis, Gus Culberson, Joe Dorsett, J. L. Green, Jack Hadley, John Harrison, Chuck Hauser, Jim Heldman, Jukie Holt, J, H. Home, Charlie Joyner, Ralph Lee, Mack Loftis, R. P. MacRoe, Brad Morton, Bubba Meson, Don Matthews, Al Moore, Pete Moore, Stan Northrup, Roy Parker, W. B. Porker, Bill Rawls, Paul Reichle, J. L. Roberts, George Rodman, Al Ruggles, Mark Snoddy, Jack Woodell, Bill Wolf, Jock Wooly. Alpha Delta Chapter Watching the girls go by. The best spot in town to loaf, but keep your butts off the gross! Forty niners complete the basement ... At last. Football season and Ahern ' s " ice bag " . . . Homecoming display wins a prize with the puffe d up Cavaliers . . . " No time to make floats . . . must study. " Trips to N. Y., Woshington, and the regular run to Durhom . . . Cot ' on Bowl bound . . . Dallas and Duffie . . . Cochran ' s bock again . . . Don ' t cry Paul, let her heave . . . " What it is? " Atwater horsing around . . . HeU week and E. Carrington gets alarmed . . . Rushing and Avery Boddie posses! Dampenmg the ardor of Spencer ' s sunbathing coeds . . . the red, white, and blue room . . . " Oggie ' s " pin-pong game . . . Clyde says, " It was just o little knife! " Horn lights into Bubba . . . $1,000 . . . Cheers! The era of the " Ufikino " . . . Tiger ' s lemon. Bert cooped up at Lloyd ' s barn ... " I thought . . . well . . . " Laying an egg at Valkerie Sing . . . whose chicken? Loftis walks at midnight . . . Pete sleeps through " South Pacific " . . . Bobbie ' s birthday present from the troops . . . winter draws on . . . Who ' s dating Rusty tonight, Phil? ■ ' 41 je-HPi i •1 I BETA THETA PI HISTORY OFFICERS Founded ot Miami University in 1839. President J. Norman Block, Jr. COLORS: Blue and Pink. , ,., r, , Vice-President William J. Goforth FLOWER: Rose. PUBLICATION: Beta Theta Pi. Secretary Robert M. Gallant Established at the University of North Caro- lina in 1852. House Manager Paul T. Von Bromer ?• r) « p (s r» « Hi J, m J!y O 6 r O f O Q Norman Black, William Black, Jacob Bowman, Hugh Boyer, William Boyer, Harold Bursley, Claude Burton, Robert Cash, George Cheeseborough, Francis Clorkson, Fred Councill, Robey Crisp, James Curtis, Reynolds Cuthbertson, T. A. Devane, David Evans, Jack Fields, Paul Fitzgerald, H. G. Folson, Clifford Frozier, Jacob Froelich, Robert Gallant, William Gilmore, William Goforth, Millard Heyword, Edward Holmes, William Holmes, James Maxwell, Julian McGee, William McLendon, John Miles, Platte Moring, John Murray, James Poag, William Rand, R. C. Ropp, William Shelton, Donald Sutphen, Dole Thomas, Paul Von Bromer, Robert Whitlock, James Wilkinson, Arthur Willis, Oscar Yokley. Eta Beta Chapter Looking bock in retrospect on a year which seems short but full, many things return to mind . . . the exodus back to the Hill in the fall with a grand new housemother and a redecorated house . . . and the penny-pinching that went before. The W. C. Fields Club . . . " One more time! " . . . Goforth ' s sudden marriage . . . shafts . . . Gordo ' s weekly women . . . party at T. V. Duke-Carolina week-end with GARTERS . . . one president to another . . . grouchy frogront mornings with Von Bremer . . . Barbae still growing older. Winter quarter come; roaring log fires . . . spring quarter Old warm weather . . . the beaches . . . Cosh is gone . . . the crow calls at midnight . . . the end of the quarter and goodbye to a lot of the old boys . . . Von Bramer, Maxwell, Goforth, Bursley, Crisp, Shelton, Evans, Powell, Holmes, and our pride and joy Choo Choo . . . Also goodbye to a host of memories, troubles, and parties . . . but for us who return it will be Beta again, and none of us will ever forget . . . CH HISTORY Founded at Princeton University in 1824. COLORS: Scarlet and Blue, PUBLICATION; Chi Phi Chakett. Established at the University of North Caro- lina in 1858 ond 1922. PHI OFFICERS President ____ . ._ Charlie Loudermilk Vice-President Earl Fitzgerald Secretary David Willis Treasurer James White " f P tr ft p p ' ' 1 r p t p Q P jP p ft ' 1 J dMi iti mm R. H. Averette, Ken Archer, Ray Bond, Francis Buchanan, Bob Colley, Dick Conrad, Hemp Davis, Cliff Doll, M. F. Dotson, Horoce CuBose, Earl Fitzgerald, K. F, Howard, W. H. Houser, Bob Hasbrouck, John Jones, Mike Kiser, Blake Leckie, Charlie Loudermilk, Joe McLeod, C. B. Mendenholi, Herb Mitchell, Dale Morrison, F. N. Ogden, W. T. Peacock, J. L. Poindexter, Ike Rolader, Rod Rourk, Doug Roycroft, Gerry Smith, Allen Tate, George Valentine, Jim White, Ed Williams, Jim Willingham, Dave Willis, Wilson Yarborough. Alpha Alpha Chapter Would there be another Chi Phi year like 1949-50? But this one will live long in the memory of those graduating and those who remain. . . . The house party after the State gome . . . the " sudsy " fall reunion after the summer lapse . . . the happy visit of the Eta chapter for the Georgia game and their sad but " spirited " departure. The fall Alumni Banquet and Dance which gave the brothers of years back a fleeting memory of their college days . . . the hectic and harrowing trial of rush week which brought assurance of a strong future brotherhood with 1 9 welcomed pledges . . . The third annual Orphan ' s Party at Christmas, always the highlight of the year, once again a rousing success. . . . The winter quarter ' s pledge banquet and dance, the spring house party bring to mind the scores of parties at Crobtree, Hogan ' s, trips to the city of Exciting Stores, that made the year a challenge to the class of ' 51. CHI PSI HISTORY Founded at Union College in 1843. COLORS: Purple and Gold. PUBLICATION: Purple and Gold. Established at the University of North Caro- lina in 1855. OFFICERS President Bonks Talley Vice-President Walker Worth Secretary Walker Worth Treasurer Bob Watson ■ Q p p Frank Allston, Dan Ashby, Dan Boney, Lewis Chapman, Thomas Clayton, Johnston Colvard, Albert Dicks;n, Frank Eckert, William Edwards, Robert Evans, Percy Flowers, George Grover, Carl Hill, William Hovis, T. G. Hurysz, Dick Jenrette, Harvey Johnson, Ronald Jones, William Jones, Paul Keenan, John Kennedy, Steve Kennedy, Jerome Lewis, Carl Lyon, Fred Matthews, Charles Melvin, Robert Montgomery, Walter McColl, Earl McDonald, Max McMonus, Richard Proctor, Joseph Proctor, Zone Robbins, Frederick Schneider, Thomas Steed, Banks Talley, Darius Wells, James Williford, Stephen Wilson, Walker Worth. X Alpha Sigma Chapter r-. - -■ « J y.. - f »■- - «« " Tote that barge! Lift that bail! " shouts Steve Kenn as he gives Bill Hovis a healthy workout the day following his initiation into Chi Psi in November. Hovis was at a loss without the almighty black mark to shoo his tormenter away. " Go to hell! " shrieks Polly, the venerable parrot that has watched the boys come and go at the Chi Psi Lodge for the past 21 years. She is shown perched on Bob Cathey ' s shoulder with Fred Matthews, Fritz Schneider, and Lew Chapman grouped around. Polly refused to budge from the shoulder of the staunch Rebel despite the pleas of the three boys from the other side of " The Line. " The parrot is an established Southerner, and speaks with a distinct accent. A bunch of the boys ore gathered for a bull session, but some of the guys seem a bit preoccupied. Al Dickson gazes in owe at on undisclosed photo in the latest " girlie " mag, while Zone Robbins gasps " Whatto Body! " Dennis Smith makes like Burl Ives with the guitar, and Fritz Schneider stoutly renounces his native Pennsylvania, choosing the Stars and Bars. DELTA KAPPA EPSILON HISTORY Founded at Yale University in 1844. COLORS; Scorlet, Azure, and Old Gold. PUBLICATION: Delta Kappa Epsilon Quor- terlv. Established at the University of North Caro- lina in 1851. OFFICERS President Thurman Williams, Jr. Vice-President - - George Fredrick Deans Secretary . _ Royal Graham Shannonhouse Treasurer -- Robert B. N. Francis David Allen, Bob Blades, Crelghton Brinson, James Brown, Peter Burks, Charles Cowell, David Dorr, George Deans, Marsden deRossett, George Dunlop, James Elwood, Richard Fountain, Robert Francis, A. W. Graham, Julian Green, James Hommerstein, Roy Holsten, Winder Hughes, John Huske, Burton Jones, William Lee, John Lindley, Sthale Linn, J. B. McMuMan, Allison Pell, Cecil Pless, William Rhodes, Royal Shannonhouse, Edwin Smith, Carrington Smith, Lewis Strudwick, William Thorp, A. M. Wiley, Thurman Williams, Thomas Wood, Phillip Woolcott, T. W. Woolcott, Clement Wright, Thomas Wright, A. A. Zollicoffer. Beta Chapter Members and house get replastered as school reopens. Jack and Roberto lead " Operation Green. " Sophs relate wild tales about summer trips . . . Sonny entertained at midnight movies . . . Dorr served knuckle-sandwiches. Montague, the accident looking for o place to happen, did it again with Thurman as co-pilot . . . Roy and Rooster decide two con live as cheaply as one . . . Jack and Al try desperately to keep up lover tradition . . . New annex at Mrs. Pell ' s . . . Bummer and Tap open low library at Buccaneer. Quail-head sounds the mating coll . . . Sophs find Duke coeds attractive and available . . . Scrap fancies himself Norman Cordon at TV . . . Nick empties wallet at box-lunch . . . Al orders song book and set-ups at Buc . . . Can ' t tell Lew from the leaning tower of Piza . . . Pajamas and poker-hats uniform of the doy . . . Milk (Punch) voted America ' s most healthful drink. DELTA PSI HISTORY Founded at University of Columbia in 1847. COLORS: Blue and Gold. Established at the University of North Caro- lina in 1854. OFFICER House Manager _ Francis Strong Tim Bordo, Charlie Fox, Andy Cornish, Emory Elmore, Perot Fiero, Ted Fussell, Dick Gordon, Nevin Kennedy, Sam Magill, Dougid McMillan, Johnnie Morrisey, David Schermerhorn, Doug Smith, White Wallenborn. XI Chapter Here comes Perot. Whoops! Five seconds off schedule, Torep . . . He ' s not blind, that ' s just Bopster Mopel or Elmore and the Silent One. Just where were you? . . . Point of order, as Wheezy flails the air. " Fearless " Fussel of the front room crowd. " I just hove to write a letter " . . . Wallenborn, quit polishing that medal. The A.S.C. will bestow further honors upon you, my boy . . . Meelar, Tony ' s Toughies Athletic Director, on the prowl for Pennsylvania talent . . . Frank " pahty boy " Strong . . . Those impromptu gatherings around the piano in the wee hours . . . Magill goes through another sleepless night. Snede Edens making the Durham run every Friday . . . St. A ' s storm into New York . . . OBB Borda making the rounds. Where ' s Flopsie? . . . Fox ' s rocket . . . The striptease . . . shades of Cornish . . . Dick, chief of our transportation corps and faithful Betsy . . . Doug lands " Miss N. C. " . . . Returns of " Judge " and the Black Beast . . . Slemp slays ' em . . . Schermerhorn ' s off again . . . And lost but not in the least . . . Eulis, Huhbert, and Croney. X ' " 3-V -v- -- ' a ■ ■ 1 1 KAPPA ALPHA Founded at Washington and Lee University in 1865. COLORS: Crimson and Old Gold. FLOWERS: Magnolia and Rose. PUBLICATION: Kappa Alpha Journal. Established at the University of North Caro- lina in 1881. OFFICERS President . Marvin Lee Vice-President Clyde Wall Secretary ._. Nat Williams Treasurer . Will Feltus p r? p D fPT p p (O e p e fM§ a o c f p O D ■4 Ed Anthony, Jack Bagg, Gil Beam, Dan Bell, Bill Bostic, Bill Brown, Gus Cain, Jim Connley, Henry Cooper, John Cooper, J. F. Coplin, Jim Cornwell, Dick Covington, Dick Davenport, Tom Davis, Henry Dowdy, Dick Dunlea, P. M. Ebersole, Dick Elliott, Don Evans, Will Feltus, Dick Ferguson, David Flowers, H. S. Fogleman, Harry Fremd, Clyde Garner, Ed Garner, Henry Gheen, Al Goslin, John Griffin, Jim Homerick, Jimmy Harvey, Harold Hewell, Herb Howell, Horry Huntley, Jim Johnson, Art Jones, Guy Kirby, Bob Kirby, Marvin Lee, H. B. Leonard, Edger Love, R. Morsholl, Yates McConnell, Ira Montague, Jeter Mooneyham, Bill Moore, Fred Munds, Neil Patrick, Jack Pennington, John Robison, Charles Sasser, Jack Schofield, J. D. Sherin, M. B. Sherrin, Bob Sloan, Tom Sloan, Vernon Suitt, D. B. Stevens, John Stump, Harry Teele, Buddy Tulloch, Clyde Wall, Dortch Warriner, Tom Wharton, Jim Whitlock, Gene Wilson. Upsilon Chapter The time that has elapsed since this time last year has been too full of events to remember them all here. The Old South secession ceremonies in Raleigh went off well in spite of the so-called " Mint Julips. " We were happy when Peppy began speaking to us again after she got the " award. " We recall the Burl Ives party when " we all went down to the Beta house. " Then there was the cup that " ranneth over " that Stump and Cornwell won for us with their Beat Dook float. We regretted losing the troops that got paroled this year but welcomed the best pledge class we have had in a long time. Like Wharton soys, though, It has been a good year even though it may need recapping now. U i KAPPA SIGMA HISTORY OFFICERS Founded at the University of Virginia in . „, . . . „ ]3 9 President Philip McKinne COLORS: Scarlet, White, and Green. Vice-President Ivan Armstrong FLOWER: Lily of the Valley. PUBLICATIONS: The Caduceus, The Star Secretary Lindsey Ferguson and Crescent, Alpha-Muse. Established at the University of North Coro- Treasurer - Walter Montgomery lino in 1892. P P P P ? O fr .- Ivan Armstrong, Art Beckham, David Brenegar, Cokie Bristol, John Dortch, Bob Ennslin, Lindsey Ferguson, Jim Garrison, Hugh Griffin, Jock Holbrook, Hal Holden, Snow Holding, Clyde Johnson, Calvin Koonce, Skip Kuykendoll, Tommy Maness, John McCrary, Philip Mc- Kinne, Henry Modlin, Walter Montgomery, John Mosley, Hubert Olive, Bill Olsen, Dick Palmer, Eli Perry, Warren Perry, Don Phillips, Oliver Sapp, Jimmy Smith, Oliver Smith, Johnnie Smithermon, Bill Spillers, Frank Stallings, Jack Stratford, Dan Taft, Bill Taylor, Charles Trent, Bill Warren, Herbert Whitfield, Carl Williams, Jack Woodhouse. Alpha Mu Chapter Summer school ended and work begon . . . unfinished patio . . . Smith ' s three squares and McKinne ' s bull start the new year off right . . . returning Kappa Sigs to the games, what buffets! . . . visiting State, Georgia, Tennessee, and Wake Forest chapters slept here . . . three cheers for Ipana as we welcome our new pledges . . . come William and Mury and Carpenter starts . . . next Notre Dame, Snappers raid New York as " Grassy " protects Art, Woody, and Palmer . . . " Editor " Jitter and Goolie toured again (though Goolie is married) . . . we won the, poster display cup too . . . Gooch and his Creampuff arrive on Friday and stay till Monday . . . poor Dook . . . Betty Smith won the Yack beauty contest for dear old Alpha Mu . . . carry me back those wet miles to dear ole Wohoo Wah. New furniture, Palmer ' s originality, and the house looks new . . . Horse, Jimmy, Snow, and Governor thrill the women as Sleepy runs . . . Toby, Bull, Ivan, over-light Sibold (with ketsup), and Goolie finally graduate. Many pinned and few married . . . Drs. Woodhouse and Lindsey keep us going. All in all, the fraternal spirit rang loud to start the new year off with a bang. I 1 i ¥ ri LAMBDA CHI ALPHA HISTORY OFFICERS Founded at Boston University in 1909. n j » c i ,- .. ' President Frank Gossett COLORS: Purple, Green, ond Gold. CI -.vA ETD » u .. n Vice-President . Bob Holmes FLOWER; White Rose. PUBLICATION: Cross and Crescent. Secretary Joe Duke Established at the University of North Caro- lina in 1926. Treasurer Mo Morel k1 { 9 P ' 9 p P Q PWP, Thomas Abbot, William Adkins, William Aldridge, Paul Baschon, Spencer Blaylock, Joe Bowen, Bill Bowen, Clay Brittain, Curtis Clausen, Steve Cole, J. L. Domeron, George Daughtry, Jim Dougherty, Joe Duke, Charles Dwiggins, Bob Edwards, Thomas Faison, Charles Fowler, Hendrix George, Frank Gossett, R. A. Gray, R. S. Green, Bob Holmes, Hugh Johnson, Charles Knight, Bill Link, Leonard Lopez, Sydney McAden, Guy McFarland, Bob Mebone, Bob Messner, Frank Moore, Steve Moore, Mo Morel, Bob Reed, Steve Robertson, Andy Shveda, Dave Smith, Al Stuart, Johnny Stewart, Jim Sutton, Aubrey Talbert. Gamma Nu Zeta Chapter The social season started with a hayride and o cabin party . . . decorotions by Blenkner and dates by the Durham Zoo! Cole and his beosts tour the lodge or " I want a bow-legged women thot ' s all. " The left-wing (alias " Boopkins " ) meet to quaff Vieness and slander Commerce majors. The round-table decides that a house without a lot is really no house at all . . . so Effie bring the wagon. Colonels Mebane, . Aes5ner and Clouson leod the Junior Birdmen. The Lambda Chi Trio makes its debut at the Rendezvous. We entertain for other reasons too: the annual Christmas party for children from the Methodist Orphanage . . . Bob Reid brings Santa Clous in his plane. In the coming year, we ore looking forward to severol big events, such as: beating Notre Dame, the annual pledge dance, the Inter-Zeto donee and the usual sorority parties (parties indeed?). i,i : PHI DELTA THETA HISTORY Founded at University of Miami (Oxford, Ohio) in 1848. COLORS; White and Blue. FLOWER: White Carnation. PUBLICATIONS: The Scroll, The Palladium. Established at the University of North Caro- lina in 1885. OFFICERS President Brodley Egerton Vice-President James Broyhill Secretary Gene Kendall Treasurer Marvin Koonce Wick Andrews, Edward Baesel, Charles Behrens, Eugene Brigham, Harvey Brinkley, James Broyhill, Harry Buchanan, Walter Carnes, Treodwell Covington, George Crowell, Edward Davenport, Richard Davis, Robert DeBardelaben, John Edwards, Bradley Egerton, James Fanseen, Garrett Fitzgibbons, Aurthur Freimuth, William Fulwiler, Robert George, Corl Harris, F. A. Houser, George Hutton, Robert Johnson, Alden Jonas, Eugene Kendall, Marvin Koonce, James Montague, Donald McDonald, Robert McGimpsey, William McGuire, Robert Page, William Quails, Harold Rouse, Lloyd Smith, W. M. Talley, Hubert Teer, James Thomas, James Thrash, H. T. Wotkins, Marshal White, Adolphus Williams, Andrew Williamson, Taylor Voden. Beta Chapter Phis weathered a warm winter and hot " Bowery Ball " — remem- ber Jenno ' s cigarette lighter? such costumes! In spring all highways led us to the beaches, and the summer crew went back for more. Phi Delts sponsored queen of first Watermelon Festival, Peggy Sopp. The basement was given the new look and christened " Alumni Room " — we ' re still celebrating. Seven rang wedding bells. Ping-pong, summer innovation, kept boys on the ball in the fall. Bobby and Buddy lost their pins, and Harold and Hawg found theirs. Georgia guests marched through like Sherman. Reunion week-end brought old friends together. Mrs. Tanner and the Phis had another memorable year. PHI GAMMA DELTA HISTORY OFFICERS Founded at Washington and Jefferson Col- n -j ,. v»,ii. .- , lege In 1848. President Will, am F. Young COLOR: Royal Purple. , . c va,u u Secretary John S. Whichard FLOWER: Purple Clematis. PUBLICATION: The Phi Gamma Delta. Treasurer Daniel S. Jones Established at the University of North Caro- lina in 1851. Historian . Lemuel D. Whitsett Harrison Barbee, Sam Cothran, William Crump, Murdock Dowd, William Ellington, Jack Former, C. L. Fulton, Ernest Graham, Carson Greenwood, Carl Hackney, Weddell Harriss, William Hedrick, R. L. Hines, Perry Hudnell, L. M. Johnson, Steve Jones, Allen Koenig, C. F. Lambeth, J, C. Lanier, Neil Lee, Duncon MacCalman, F. K. Morshburn, LeRoy Marshburn, John Mayo, J. D, McLean, Max McLendon, Dave Moore, Sam Moore, Charles Northend, Johnny Orr, William Queries, Paul Rizzo, Blockwell Sawyer, William Sexton, Horace Stacy, Dick Sutton, Sam Thompson, L. B. Tillery, Ales Wotkins, Edward Watson, Jock Whichard, Lem Whitsett, Claude Wilson, Noah Wilson, Art Winsor, Ben Yelverton, Ted Young. Epsilon Chapter With September came school and football, old faces and new dress to Vance Hall. Thrilling Saturdays watching Wardle, Rizzo, Walser, and O ' Brian cavorting with the Cotton Bowling Tar Heel Football team. Wedding bells had rung for " Hoot, " " Punchy, " Burt, and " Tapper. " Mrs. Avent ' s charm and helpfulness were everywhere. Albert beamed as always; Paul kept our weight up. Inframurols filled the afternoons and trophy room . . . another volley ball championship. The lovely afternoon tea and our distinguished guests. A packed, exciting trip to New York with plans by Holcombe. Rushing netted another great pledge class for Fijiland. Week- end dances and parties. Piano entertainment by Art. Elections and offices for " Little Bill " and " Big Ned. " Courtships abounded. Year ending with Christmos spirit and party for Elon Orphans. A successful year under Ted ' s meritable leader- ship. v i PHI KAPPA SIGMA HISTORY Founded at the University of Pennsylvania in 1850. COLORS: Old Gold and Black. FLOWER: Chrysanthemum. PUBLICATIONS: Phi Kappa Sigma News Letter, Lambda Lite. Established at the University of North Caro- lina in 1 856. OFFICERS President . Charles Homan Vice-President James Edwin Munden Secretary William Jockson Brown Treasurer Daniel Wtlletts, Jr. J| ' jtgL vii w ti p I? p p P P p p p p p 0- p Thomas Alspaugh, Thomas Angel, James Austin, William Ayers, Russell Baldwin, John Barab, J. W. Blaylock, J. H. Bond, Wayne Boyles, William Brown, Joe Clawson, James Covington, Oscar Crowell, James Dismuke, Dewey English, J. D. Franks, Peter Galonides, Robert Garrett, Hilbert Hayes, Charles Homan, Durwood Jones, Morris Knudsen, Eurid McAuley, William McCoslin, S. R. McCouley, Francis McMohon, W. R. Middleton, George Munford, F. S. Pat- terson, Curtis Rotledge, Thomas Reich, John Rogers, Robert Rutherford, Robert Shores, Edwin Shuford, Albert Spain, Daniel Sullivan, W. T. Surratt, Richard Taylor, Plez Transou, Herbert Vogler, Forrest Willard, Robert Wilmoth, Claude Yates. Lambda Chapter Featured activities and special events ore the buffet suppers after the football games, the two house parties in the Winter and Spring and the social get-togethers with the local sororities . . . Special projects of the year are the banquet with the Duke Chapter on Founder ' s Day and the all-out plan for reconstruction and general improvement of the House. The most outstanding event of the year will be the Southern Regional Meet at the Lambda Chapter for the states of Georgia, Virginia, North and South Carolina . . . The Homecoming lawn display featuring the Carolina Ram in victories over its Southern Conference foes was awarded the silver loving cup for having the best display by a Fraternity . . . The Phi Kop intramural eleven almost added another cup to the laurels as they were nosed out in the semi-finals 15-14. " Whitney " the mascot decided to stay in Swedesboro this year after winning first place in the Eskimo Spitz breed last year. He was the only Spitz to be entered . . . Every one of the rooms in the House were painted this year with rooms varying from one color to four . . . Quite a number of the men traveled to New York to see the Tar Heels drop o close decision to Notre Dome. PI KAPPA ALPHA HISTORY Founded at University of Virginia in 1868. COLORS; Garnet and Gold. FLOWER: Lily of the Valley. PUBLICATION: Shield and Diamond. Established at the University of North Caro- lina in 1895. OFFICERS President Howard Quinn Vice-President Andrew Toxey Secretary _ _. Woodward Williams Treasurer Bob Daye El filfi: ? f P - f o p p © o a PI ffi f ' 3 Fl U f? ' David Massey Adams, Cory Allen, Robert Allison, William Allison, Charles Bortlett, Allman Beamon, Kennith Black, Bynum Brown, Samuel Calvert, Harold Cannon, N. W. Chessom, Clifton Churn, Benjamin Cooper, Samuel Crover, William Craft, T. B. Daly, Robert Daye, Dennis Doster, Alfred Dyson, Joseph Fesler, Edward Fleming, David Foy, Walter Gardner, Alfred Garvey, Louis Godwin, Joseph Gray, Harvey Griffin, James Hale, Gordon Homrick, Jack Hawkins, Arthur Hendrix, L. W. Henifcrd, Lindsay Hill, William Hogshead, H. H. Morton, David Kelly, M. D. Kenny, Howard Kivett, George Lewis, Kennith Lindsley, Thornton Long, Andrew Miller, George Miller, Nick Miller, Stephen Neely, Chauncey Pegram, James Phillips, Howard Quinn, Guy Rawls, Charles Reaves, Richard Rogers, John Sadler, Moncue Sibley, Charles Smith, William Sutton, Andrew Toxey, Norfleet Umsteod, Beverly Warner, Donold Weont, Fred Whisenhunt, Woodward Willioms, William Winfield. Tau Chapter ) - y 1950 . . . following to Williamsburg, Columbia, New York and Durham . . . Zack as far as Baton Rouge . . . Salt Mines com- pleted and it really looks great . . . thanks to Bill, whot ' ll happen when he morries after Christmas? . . . No more build- ing . . . Hey, how you? . . . we ' re really mopping up on this rushing . . . he ' s a great boy . . . big party after rushing . . . someone tell Fleet whet happened . . . our noble president leaves his Labor Problems class in midst of applause . . . Only six minutes more . . . mule train . . . Congratulations to Bob Allison . . . Betty Smith really looked great . . . please, we need some help on the float! . . . confusion . . . Executive Committee meeting at four . . . party in Alderman Dormitory . . , will the piano ever get bock upstairs? . . . It ' s really great! . . . Who happened? . . . Republican Morris graduates . . . Save money for the next quarter . . . Beomon, he ' s a brother . . . Dream Girl . . . sing, pledge, sing . . . can we afford it? . . . hey, Woody, take a letter . . . let ' s play bridge . . . may I have your student pass? . . . Will Pope ever graduate? . . . I ' ll start studying next quarter . . . see you in the fall. y jif mm " PI KAPPA PHI HISTORY Founded at College of Charleston in 1904. COLORS: Gold and White. FLOWER: Rose. PUBLICATION: Star and Lamp. Established at the University of North Caro- lina in 1914. OFFICERS President . William M. Johnson, Jr. Secretary Drennen G. Mann Treasurer Charles L. Ezell, III Historian Harvey M. Jones Chaplain Kemp A. Moser Warden Joe Melvin OP 9 Mark Barker, Clell Bryant, David Cameron, Leiand Close, C. P. Earnhardt, C. L. Ezell, Gilbert Furgurson, Curtis Gillespie, Bailey Hobgood, Robert Hickman, William Morton, William Johnson, Aaron Jcnes, Harvey Jones, Nathaniel Mogruder, Kemp Maser, Thomas Moc- Glothlin, Joseph Melvin, Robert Padrick, Lewis Potton, John Reed, James Seay, Edward Styers, James Thompson, Thomas Whitley, William Wilkerson, Bill Williams, James Worsham. Kappa Chapter The Pi Kapps returned to school early and made Improvements and repairs around the house and in the yard. Beginning its second year after being reactivated on campus, Pi Kappa Phi hod 21 brothers living in the house and nearly that many residing in dorms and private ho mes. Celebrating another Carolina victory! Who could forget those week-ends which included jam sessions featuring " Hick, " Gib, and " Wild Bill, " combined functions with chapters at State and Duke, and the Rose Boll held annually in the spring. Yes, it was a big year for Kappa, and it was one filled with many memories to be cherished! Just his third time around! However, luckily, there was enough food to go around. Kappa welcomed alumni, parents and dates to open house after each football game and through- out the school year. No one was surprised to see the familiar couples of Flop and Joe and Caroline and Bill, and Curt and Homer were recognized as the official Romeos. Bob Cantor, Berry Fcrber, Perry Fronkel, Erwin Goldman, Henry Goldstein, Stan Goodman, Lenny Guyes, Joy Joseph, Bill Kingotf, Jack Koslow, Bob Kurtz, Harry Moer, Shermon Neorman, Sheldon Ploger, Steve Piatt, Dick Rosen, Paul Roth, Jim Schottlond, Fred Scher, Alan Susman. Omega Beta Chapter LIFE rushed by at the Pi Lamb House this year with its customary lightheortedness ... a lot of the old gang left but swell new pledges and brothers come in to fill the ranks and to moke merry in the true tradition of " Jolly Ladies. " IN PARTICULAR, we ' ll never forget the cabin party, " Way out there in the woods. " When the cigarettes and ice tea ran out we still hod those wild, wild women (way out there in th; woods). BUT It ' s the little things we ' ll always cherish like . . . the after-lunch movie, the after-dinner show, and the mid-nite cinema; the soft growl of a roommate ' s voice screaming in your ear at 7 a. m., " quizzzz, the best thing there Izzzzz. " Yes, a fine time was had by all. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON HISTORY OFFICERS Founded at University of Alabomo in 1856 President Jack Brantley COLORS; Old Gold and Purple. , ,.,_„ ... , Vice-President Robert Shore FLOWER: Violet. PUBLICATION: The Record. Secretary Stanford Travis Estoblished ot the University of North Caro- lina in 1857. Treasurer Page Horris Zack Bacon, William Benbow, Jock Brontley, T. D. Cooper, Robert Cowles, John deLoach, Marvin Ferrell, Cecil Gant, Edword Gont, Page Harris, Robert Kirk, Jess Moore, Kenneth Mountcastle, Tern Mumford, J. R. Murchison, James Murphy, Robert Nutt, Dyke Peebles, William Peebles, Fraser Perry, Dick Preyer, Francis Price, Edwin Rowl, Robert Shore, W. M. Smith, John Stone, James Tanner, Stanford Travis, Wilson Trotter, Henry Turner, Ed Williams, Walter Winius. XI Chapter Page 400 Sig Alphs of ' 49 and ' 50 won ' t be forgetting . . . State week- end . . . the beginning of a new year and the finish for many of us . . . Georgia next with another raid on the Mercurv Club . . . Sweet Briar moves in and Chatham and Mountcastle tal e over . . . Boyl in swapping four holer for no holer . . . Hunting on campus by West House nimrods. Choked up Charlies of ' 49 . . . Pear Shape and Dottie, Velvet and Gene (I got good food), Murphy and (Don ' t you know it) Stella . . . Stan (I have three dates), Travis seen with Bob (I ' ve got it bad) Cowles . . . Cheer cheer for old Notre Dome OS all the troops move in, great week-end but hazy in spots . . . Duke week-end following close behind, Bee-Bop Preyer giving Krupa a close run for h is sticks . . . Virginia week-end following even closer behind . . . Jug Head ond " No Legs, " S.A.E. ' s contribution to the music world . . . Benbow caught at local optical shop trying to purchase a pair of Polgar ' s glasses. Goodbye Seniors and it ' s off to the beach. SIGMA PHI EPSILON HISTORY Founded at University of Richmond in 1901. COLORS: Red and Purple. FLOWER: American Beauty Rose. PUBLICATION: Sigma Epsilon Journal. Established at the University of North Caro- lina in 192) and 1947. OFFICERS President Roland Early Vice-President -- Walton Cheesborough Secretary Douglas Carter Treasurer Thomas Blair 1 , r c h fTTv f h K - Don Alexander, Skeets Baldwin, Maurice Bowden, Tom Blair, Jock Burney, Douglas Carter, John Cotes, Walt Cheesborough, Elwood Clinard, Kent Coward, Bill Cowburn, R. P. Early, Hugh Eberly, Charles Foley, Sam Gottis, Bob Gilchrist, Jock Green, Bob Goodwin, Bob Grubbs, Tommy Hodden, Everett Hampton, Phillip Harrell, John Hay, Sterlyn Hennis, Willord Herring, David Huntley, Joseph James, Tracy Lounsbury, Lacy Lucas, James Merritt, Jack Owens, Dick Spivey, Jim Thompson, John Weaver, Adger Williams, Bill Wilson, Al Winn. Delta Chapter " Things have been busy around the SPE House this year . . . football games, ' beeg ' parties, dances, and of course classesl . . . then there is rushing when many prospective pledges are greeted by the Brothers at the SPE House . . . " " Our pledge class was a fine group of boys and we were all proud to have them . . . The annual Sig Ep Ball of all the SPE chapters in the state proved to be ' mucho ' fun for Presi- dent R. P. and Betty, also Pledgemoster Charlie and Margaret and other dignitaries seem to be enjoying themselves . . . Who is she, Tom??? " " The house has been gay — brothers from other chapters, alumni, imports and coeds . . . and what ' s a party without ' Doodle ' ? Big plans have been made for the future. We ' re ready to go ' All the way, Sig Ep ' . " ' " ' Bob EiissL SIGMA CHI Founded at th3 University of Miami (Ohio) in 1855, COLORS: Blue and Gold, FLOWER: White Rose. PUBLICATION: Sigma Chi Magazine. Established at the University of North Caro- lina in 1889. OFFICERS President Laddie Terrell Vice-President Bill Dyer Secretary Dick Bunting Treasurer Aubrey Doggett ri I J ' Kk C ' C 1 l 1u A C Jim Adorns, Julian Albergotti, Walt Arnold, Kyle Barnes, Andy Bell, Doug Berger, J. D. Blount, Bob Bronnon, C. B. Brown, Len Butt, Mike Carver, George Clark, Eddie Clements, Jim Cowan, Aubrey Doggett, Wade Dunbar, Bill Dyer, Bob Edwards, Corrol Fisher, Fred Glover, Gene Graham, Norm Harden. Hardy Hardson, Fletcher Harris, S. D. Hamerick, Frank Hawley, S. F. Hoots, Henry Ingram, John Ingram, J. L. Keiger, Ray Kivett, J. C. Johnson, Jerry La Suer, Bill Leinback, Ted Leonard, Kay Lewis, Bill Lyon, Buddy Lyon, Ernie Martin, Roy McKnight, Rodney McKnight, V. B. Montcastle, Jim Moore, R. A. Phillips, Tap Price, A. B. Purcell, J. R. Pyron, Tad Reiley, J. V. Ruzicka, Boird Sills, Lem Smith, Rabbit Smitherman, Don Stanford, Bill Sunos, Jock Thompson, Ken Tilley, George Valentine, J. A. Van Laer, P. E. Wilmoth. Alpha Tau Chapter 1 949 . . . Hearty crew returns to prepare house for greot yeor . . . work delayed by new coeds . . . motion passes tc con- tinue work ... on coeds . . . brothers enjoy chapter meeting in Kenan Stadium . . . Rush Week . . . ipano salesman reports Increased soles as Sigmo Chi welcomes terrific pledge class. Motion passes to be nicer to other fraternities . . . brothers returning from William and Mary report coast clear lo New York and the " FISSING IRISH " . . . Motion passes to suspend classes . . . LET ' S TALK ABOUT NEW YORK — AH, winter quarter end those nights by the fire . . . REMEMBER GIRLS. Brothers decide it would be cheaper to buy CURVE INN and BUCCANEER . . . motion passed . . . sextet continues to WOW campus . . . decide to enlarge study rooms . . . motion DEFEATED . . . suspend beach tri ps for one week-end to provide campus with another great " SIGMA CHI DERBY " . . . another campus beauty crowned " SWEETHEART " . . . brothers suggest trip to Zoo to break monotony of DANCE . . . PARTY . , . STUDY . . . PARTY . . . WOW ... is ' 50 here already?? SIGMA NU HISTORY Founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1869. COLORS: Black, White and Gold. FLOWER: White Rose. PUBLICATION: The Delta. Established at the University of North Caro- lina in 1889. OFFICERS President Vivion Best Johnson Vice-President . .. Richard Gwyn Messenger Secretary James Molbon Twine Treasurer Alvin Ward Peacock ? C JP P f dk. iKH.n . D P CP P C P P P f ' l ' .p p o Dp f p p Baker Bass, Pebley Barrow, Lyn Bond, J. D. Bourne, John Carson, Edwin Clark, Oscar Cordle, George Dorden, A. T. Dilger, Allen Donald, Paul Edmundson, John Exum, Robert Fairley, John Ferebee, Arthur Goodwyn, Harry Graves, James Gwynn, William Harrington, Lewis Hobbs, Emmett Jacobs, Edwin Johnson, Vivian Johnson, Thomas Jolley, R. T. Jonas, Bruce Jones, Leslie Jones, L. B. Leinbock, D. C. Logue, A. Mellen, Richard Messsnger, James Moye, Harvey Page, Clifford Peacock, J. W. Ross, Joe Sargent, Harold Sigler, Oren Skinner, Charles Small, Owen Smith, Charles Snow, Robert Snow, John Spinks, Harvey Turnage, James Twine, Walter Umsteod, Joseph Ward, William Weatherly, Oscar White, Joe Williams, Carl Worsley. Sigma Nu had its beginning at the University of North Carolina in 1888. Its alumni stand foremost in their respective national fields: Felix " Doc " Blanchard, O. Max Gardner, and Kay Kyser. Special note should be mode of the former President of the Student Body, Jesse H. Dedmond, a hard worker and an illustrious leader. A new project, given birth by Vice-President Richard G. Messenger, is the alumni newspaper, " The Serpent. " Another publication, an annual, is in the making for the first time this year. The purposes of Sigma Nu ore always evident — to promote better student scholarship, activities, and social life. An outstanding social event of the Raleigh region is the Sigma Nu Triad Boll, given in December in honor of the pledges by the Duke, State, and Carolina Chapters. THETA CHI HISTORY OFFICERS Founded at Norwich University, Norwich, n j • .,»,, r ■ Vermont on April 10, 1856. President ...__ .____ W. Allen Spivey COLORS: Military Red and White. ,, n ., Vice-President J. Curtis Montgomery FLOV ER: Red Carnation. PUBLICATION: The Rattle of Theta Chi. Secretory Henry Phelps Established at the University of North Caro- lina in 1920. Treasurer Glenn B. Bailey B0I f Glenn Bailey, Ralph Bowden, Bill Buchan, William Brock, William Duke, Ray Edmundson, Lotes Holmes, Jim Mills, Curtis Montgomery, Clarence Pickard, Earl Warren, Wallace Warren, Art Xonthos. Page 40S Spring . . . Reactivation!! lots of work . . . fun also . . . THETA CHI back at Carolina after ten years ' absence . . . but we ' re back . . . and how . . . Initiation for charter members ... all 23 of them . . . Banquets . . . Parties . . . Meetings . , . Summer . . . Let ' s have a houseparty . . . Wrightsville Beach Station 1 . . . See ya there . . . Let the good times roll . . . three, five, SEVEN ... all the way, chug-a-lug . . . We ' re Theta Chi ' s from Carolina . . . moke them know it . . . Lost . . . one member . . . send out searching party . . . searching party for seorching party, etc. . . . What! — taking a shower outside ... no swimsuit . . . Oh well! it ' s dork . . . W. C. houseparty down the street . . . good deal . . . let ' s join forces . . . Baby, you ' ve got everything . . . Let ' s recuperate . . . Fall . . . our first pinning . . . Football week-ends, long to be remembered . . . Rush week . . . SmDkers every night . . . Faculty Lounge of Morehead Planetarium . . . excellent place to socialize . . . shaking hands . . . drinking punch ... 20 fine new members . . . our first pledge class . . . proud of each and every one . . . Can ' t be stepped now!!! Future unlimited . . . TAU EPSILON PHI HISTORY OFFICERS Founded at Columbia University in 1910. n j ■- r, President Erwin Baer COLORS; Purple and White. FLOWERS; Lily of the Valley and Violet. Vice-President Sol Joffo PUBLICATION; The Tulrrie. Treasurer Soul Gordon Established at the University of North Caro- lina in 1924. Secretary Ted Adier 1 f »f f J L .f i y 1 1 i. tu d tk ' MaJ% Theodore AdIer, Ervin Baer, Joseph Brady, Aubury Bronstein, H. F. Clein, S. Cohen, Harvey Colchamiro, Herman Coplon, Bobby Evans, Malcolm Fleischman, Lawrence Fox, Norman Galinkin, Saul Gordon, Irving Greenspon, Kenneth Hoffman, David Isaacs, Sol Jaffa, Sol Kimerling, Sanford Korschun, Howord Lieber, Leonard Liberman, Ellis Levinson, Art Mackler, Morvin Nathan, Al Orringer, Bertrom PearsDn, Perry Sopperstein, Irvin Sawitz, William Schwartz, Irving Silver. Omega Chapter We lose ten seniors - . . Lucky Lou ' s in love-rash?? . . . There just ain ' t any more courses for Fleishman . . . Doc Adler with best patient, Trudy . . . Hmm . . . Serious, Doc? . . . Honeymoon night — the Ace and Phyllis — " Where my cheese- boigahs? " . . . The Bon-T on, a redhead, and Oxford-Mort hits the bigtime . . . Jaffa ' s jokes hit new high at Manhattan Towers . . . Big Leon, Big Businessman . . . Glosser celebrates another birthday . . . Boer and Nathan, Danziger ' s best customers . . . Tea, fellows? . . . Famous drinking bouts, well-remembered oratory, striking women — too foxy for us . . . Red and Wilda, the cleaners? . . . Silver- forever sleeping in the library . . . who ' ll make " slob of the quarter? " . . . Sugar takes a Mickey . . . Twenty guests for Sunday lunch . . . two gun Stan squirting his way out the house . . . lobster and night clubs for Wallace ' s flash . . . Mom Zuckerman and last quarter ' s left-overs — ■ yum, yum ... we float to a fals(i)e victory in the Duke Parade ... all this plus eighteen pledges . . . ZETA BETA TAU HISTORY OFFICERS Founded at Centrol College, New York City in 1902. President Joke L. Rosenbloom COLORS: Blue and Gold. „ ., . . Vice-President Herbert Nachman, Jr. PUBLICATIONS: ZBT Quarterly, Alpha P ' ' ° " ' - Secretary Baldwin Kahn Established at the University of North Caro- lina in 1927. Treasurer Robert E. Goodmon Lawrence Cohen, Lowell Dryzer, Richard Fishel, Samuel Freed, Robert Goodman, Melvin Goodweather, Robert Heimon, Baldwin Kahn, William Karesh, Donald Mendel, Robert Raskin, Joke Rosenbloom, Jerry Sternberg, Richard Yalem. Alpha Pi Chapter Fall found more and better parties; J. V. lounged on the striped piano again; SA pumped the beer keg dry Tenn.; LI still batted around; cabin parties and hay rides are great; New York cocktail party for alumni big success; dance with Duke chapter was followed by tag football battle. Outcome? Winter warm on the inside; anniversary party gets better every year; the ball, the banquet, the alumni, the talks; cold weather didn ' t bother Jake; Washington still there; long sledding with only couple beer parties thrown in to break monotony; mid-winters came through to help some. Spring just as fine as ever; beach party made up for whole winter; spring houseparty had piano this year; bull moose not missed; baseball and pledges learning bridge, finally; Spring Germans sent everybody scurrying for beer mugs, party hats; those who dare look bock won ' t find many gaps ' 49- ' 50. ZETA PSI HISTORY OFFICERS hounded at New York University in 1847 „ , ,,,. . President Winniett Peters COLORS: Gold and White. FLOWER: White Carnation. Vice-President John Fenner PUBLICATION: Crcle 8 Zeta Ps,. Secretary . _ Joe Allbright Established at the University of North Caro- lina in 1858. Treasurer Harvey Ruffin Heath Alexander, J. L. Allbright, Ed BrOAn, joe Chambliss, Charles Clayton, Harold Crowder, John Fenner, Perrin Gower, Spencer Gregory, Thorne Gregory, Tom Gregory, Bob Hackney, Copie Hill, N. V. King, Bob Morrow, Winniett Peters, Ben Perry, Harvey Ruffin, Bill Skinner, Clarence Smith, Howard Strandberg, Russell Thompson, Harvie Ward, John C. Williams, Cal Woodard. Upsilon Chapter Page 4 4 School opened again with a bang and facelifting was in order for the dining room . . . color scheme was later blamed on Pete, Humphery, and Bud. Stron, Lyman, and Neil married Zeta ladies. Ward arrived with his golf sticks and Morrow begged for lessons, while Heath followed with tennis racquets and " Tiny " left to join the " Clippers. " Dutch brought bacl political speeches for his protege Bill Skinner. Mr. Intermural already has his football plays mapped out (we won). Arthur and Perrin arrived in o flurry of fishing tackle and guns. Joe Chombliss led the cheers for our Gordon, " Sweet Heart of Salem, " and for " Rat " and " Une " of " Life " fame. Football season started, and so did John C, Ballou, and Alistair. " Frisky " had lost his pin, been walking on air ever since; Battle wanted to do the same. " Pole " hod shifted from port to starboard, trying to take honors from " Smitfy. " Notre Dame week-end . . . won happen? Rushing was througn and so were " M. F. " and " Copie. " " Bo " Jenks was back for more. Edgar and Ed Brown were running for president of W. G. Grimes was dealing whole cards to Fenner, Barney Joe kibitzing. Bubber and Spencer twirling their new P.B.K. chains. Homecoming, Harold and " Big Ben " fixed a fine display. Looks like another fine year for the Zetes. CA 1 .• ' ■:s M - :MM n II u ' a Mf 4 r jtmnr ril, ■j WKr Lii 5 . J Xf ' - r is ,. OUR STUDENT " . . . we assert our goals to preserve order, make personal freedom secure, establish justice, and win a lasting opportunity for responsible individual and collective action. " The above excerpt from the preamble to our student constitution expresses in brief the justification for and purpose of student self-government at Carolina. Student government officers are chosen in the spring and fall elections. Chairmen and members of standing committees ore appointed by the President and approved by the Student Legislature. Here, in our self-governing student community, student government has come to be known not by the mechanics of organization but rather by the fact that all students have a voice in determining the manner in which student activities DEPARTMENT HEADS Morshall Roberts, Chairman of NSA Committee; John Sanders, Attorney General; Dick Murphy, Coordinator of Compus Chest. COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Charlie Gibson, Choirmon of Student E tertoinment Committee; Solly Osbi Chairman of Orientation Committee; J Gwynn, Chairman of Elections Board. Page 420 GOVERNMENT shall be operated to such an extent that we have at- tained an enviable position among college student bodies. This year, Student Government, under the Mackie administration has made notable progress in formu- lating and carrying out the most effective system of Summer School government yet devised; in planning and executing the most comprehensive and successful Orientation Program for new students that the campus has ever seen; in the work of the Constitutional Re- vision Committee; and in the material cooperation extended to the National Students Association on the campus, regional, and national levels. Furthermore, it has successfully begun work on two long-range projects: the establishment of a general college Cur- riculum Evaluation Committee and a system of faculty evaluation by the students. Accomplishments and services such as these insure a long and progressive growth of student government at Carolina. THE PRESIDENT ' S CABINET SEATED: Pot Bowie, Helen Eppes, Ted Leonard, Bill Mackie, Sally Osborne, John Sanders • STANDING: Dan Bell, Roy Holsten, Larry Botto, Don Shropshire, Bonks Tolley. STUDEN TED LEONARD Speoker SEATED: Wilson Yaiborough, Finance; Charlie Foley, Woys and Means; Elizobeth Lyons, Coed Affairs; Jim Montague, Rules • STANDING: Ed Best, Parliamentarian; Jack Rock, Clerk. The Student Legisloture, founded in 1 938, is now in its twelfth year of functioning as the legislative branch of student gov- ernment. Nearly all rules and regulations governing students here at the University are passed by this group. Its powers are limited only by its willingness to accept the responsibility which inevitably goes with authority. Shortly after the war, the Legislature hit what many con- sidered a new low in its brief existence. Since then, however, it has been steadily developing, so that each succeeding year has shown great improvement over the preceding one. During the past year the Legislature was faced with numerous problems, some of them old ones reworded, others LEGISLATURE new and vitally important to the student body. Under the capable and enthusiastic guidance of Speaker Ted Leonard, the Legislature worked with interest and celerity, and many of these problems were resolved. Throughout the year the Legislature showed a mature appreciation of its powers, and a good amount of thoughtful legislation was the result. Debate on many questions was heated, but a vote of accord prevailed. There were few real party issues as tri-party cooperation reigned. It was a successful year for the Student Legisla- ture, and we ore provided with undisputoble evidence of the superiority of the Carolina way of life. STUDENT LEGISLATURE FIRST ROW: Sol Kimeling, Ben James, Jr., Becky Muggins, Ted Leonard, Sheldon Jay Plager, Dolly Caldwell, Al Winn, John Hazlehursf • SECOND ROW: Elizabeth Lyons, Mac Copenhaver, Fletcher Horris, Jack Rock, Herb Mitchell, Bill Prince, Jim Montague, Wilson Yorborough, Jackie Burke, Vestal Taylor • THIRD ROW: Archie Myatt, Charlie Trent, Bill Warren, Dove Sharpe, Marshall Roberts, Jim Mclntyre, Nat Williams, Howord Fogleman, Stable Linn, Jr. • FOURTH ROW: Walter McCrow, Harvey A. Culpepper, Jr., James Louis Lamm, John Saunders, Graham Jones, Will London, Duffield Smith, Jr., Henry Bowers. Mens NTERDORMITORY Council The Men ' s Interdormitory Council represents over 3,000 men living in the University ' s twenty dormitories and quonset huts. Its membership is composed of the presi- dents and faculty advisors of each constituent. The council ' s main functions are the improvement of living conditions in the dormitories, the enforcement of rules of conduct of men in their living quarters, and service as a court of appeals from individual dormitory councils. It also worked with the Women ' s Interdormitory Council to improve living conditions for all students. President of the Men ' s Interdormitory Council this year was Harry Aycock. HARRY AYCOCK MEN ' S INTERDORMITORY COUNCIL FIRST ROW: Don K. Homes, Horace Stacy, Chorles Crone, Williom Winn, Jack Tripp, Ronnie Prince, Edword 0. Wafson, George Munford • SECOND ROW: Walter Rogers, Bob Creed, Glenn Mook, Jim Mason, Shep Shapiro, Tony Cascardi, Al Wiley, Gene Carpenter, Frank Ki!- potrick • THIRD ROW: Peter Gems, Arthur Dietzel, Bill Childress, Sid Turner, Harry Aycock, President; Don Robertson, Anies Daye, Edwo-d Williams, Echols Speer • FOURTH ROW: Roy Fohl, Robert Hutchinson, Theodore Graham, Jesse Greenbaum, Charles Nichols, Dean Cassell, John Constoble, Jr., Audrey Moore, A:bert J. House, Harvey Culpepper, Jim Stickney • FIFTH ROW: Gilbert Britt, Albert Blankenship, Milton Currence, Chorles Fulton, Robert Brown, Levi Alderman, John Tsantes, Dick Taylor, James Reogan, Jock Holcombe. STUDENT COUNCIL At Carolina there are two basic principles which govern the actions of the students. They are the Honor System, which is based on mutual confidence, and the Campus Code, which is simply the requirement that students act as ladies and gentlemen. The mai n work of the Student Council is to assure justice and uniformity of action to all people found violating the codes by hearing appeals from both the Men ' s Honor Council and the Women ' s Honor Council. Any student or organization penalized by any of the other courts can also appeal to the Student Council. The Stu- dent Council alone has the right of officially interpreting the Student Constitution. The Council is composed of three members selected from and by the women students; three elected from and by the men students; three elected from and by all stu- dents — making a total of nine members. STUDENT COUNCIL FIRST ROW: Peggy Martin, Kit»y Altizer, Den Be l, Chairman; Georgia Fox, Sally Osborne • SECOND ROW: Kyle Barnes, Don Van Nop- pen. Cam West, Ted Young. Page 425 MEN ' S COUNCIL ROY HOLSTEN MEN ' S HONOR COUNCIL FIRST ROW: Clorence Gilbert, Dick Polmer, Roy Moisten, Chairmar; Pe:e Gerns, Clerk; Garland Johnson • SECOND ROW: Don Bennet, Ben Jones, Roy Payne, Charlie Fox, Tom Coxe. The Men ' s Council, created by the student constitution of 1946, has grown steadily in strength and prestige in its efforts to restore the honor system to its pre-war level. The Council rules on all cases involving the Honor and Campus Codes and holds a high judicial position on the campus. Composed of two sophomores, two juniors, two seniors, one member each from the Law, Pharmacy, and graduate scliools, and one hold-over member, the Council, in addition to its function in handling honor violations, supervises the extensive freshman orientation program in an effort to better indoctrinate into every incoming student the importance of the Honor and Campus Codes. The Council informs the student body of its actions by plac- ing summaries of previous cases in the Daily Tar Heel, and by issuing statements of general policy and welfare to the students. Officers for the year were Roy Holsten, Chairman; and Peter Gems, Clerk. WOMEN ' S COUNCIL As a parallel to the Men ' s Council, the Women ' s Council acts as the coed judiciary body on the campus, handling violations of the Honor Code and the Campus Code. It is one branch of the tripartite system of coed self-government, working with the Coed Senate and the Women ' s Interdormitory Council. The Council is responsible each year for instructing entering coeds in the origin and meaning of the Honor and Campus Codes and obtaining their signatures on them. Its main objective is to orientate each coed into a fuller participation in the Carolina way of life. Composed of three juniors, three seniors, one graduate stu- dent, and two members at large, the Women ' s Council is a living example of the coed ' s ability to govern themselves. Officers this year were; Helen Eppes, Chairman; and Gene Denbo, Clerk. HELEN EPPES WOMAN ' S COUNCIL FRONT ROW: Ann Chandler, Gene Denbo, Helen Eopes, Chairman; Bar- bora Lunsford ' • SECOND ROW; Barbara Payne, Patty Ann Frizzell, Pot Chondler, Ann Sawyer. Page 427 COED SENATE SEATED: Cotherine Sehiff, Mike Merker, Marie Nussboum, Potricia Stonford, Speaker; Moc Copenhaver, Speaker Protem; Carolyn Van Sant, Mary Kate Rellohon, Muriel Fisher • STANDING: Susan Trumbo, Bess Bettes, Marion Deavor, Allene Warren, Barbara Crawford, Jane Sumter, Jody Armstrong, Eleanor Hope Newell, Mina Lamar, Sarah Oliver. COED SENATE The Coed Senate, established in 1 94 1 and originally port of the Women ' s Government Association, is the legislative body for women students. Acting as the br idge between coed and the student legislature, the purpose of the Senate is to bring the coed into the picture of student government. It is the ultimate coordinating body for coed action. Included in the duties of the Senate is the distribution of funds collected each quarter from the coeds to the organizations on campus whose membership is made up entirely of women. The Coed Senate also ratifies all social rules which have passed the Interdormitory Council, holds election for offices in all branches of women ' s student government, and appoints the chairman of women ' s orientation committees. The annual coed ball is presented by the Senate at the end of orientation week in the fall and each spring leadership training week is sponsored, a week designed to acquaint the newly elected officers with their responsibility. The Coed Senate is now composed of 24 women, all elected to represent a dormitory or a town distri ct. The Coed Senate officers were: Patricia Stanford, Speaker; Mac Copenhaver, Speaker-protem; Marie Nussbaum, Secretary; and Carolyn Van Sant, Treasurer. PATRICIA STANFORD Speaker Page 428 STUDENT AUDIT BOARD The Student Audit Board has charge of the Student Activities Office, which in turn handles all the accounts of student organizations. The Student Audit Board is the auditor of the campus and keeps a close tabulation n all financial matters. The Board is composed of five student members and three faculty advisors: Mr. Kemp Gate, Mr. J. A. Wil- liams, and Dean Friday. Mr. H. A. Kear is the congenial accountant who signs all the checks and keeps the records. Any organization on the campus may operate their funds through the Student Audit Board as well as the organizations receiving funds under the block fee. The Board endeavors to offer every student organiza- tion the best possible accounting service. ANDY CORNISH STUDENT AUDIT BOARD Doye, Andy Cornish, Chairman; Ellis Hall, Tim Bordo. Page 429 omen s NTERDORMITORY Council The third branch of coed self-government is the Woman ' s Interdormitory Council. Composed of dormitory presidents, sorority house manogers, and the president of the Town Girls Association, this group works with the Board of Resi- dence in regulating dormitory life and contacts through house meetings. An administrative body, its functions include interpreting social regula- tion, recommending changes in regulations in Coed Senate, and supervising the House Councils. Through Interdorm, all coed administration is coordi- nated and linked to the Office of the Dean of Women. Special projects for the year were the sponsoring of a House Council Training Conference in the fall and working with the Men ' s Interdormitory Council on mutual dorm problems and activities. Bobbie Lowe served as President, and Estelle Suddreth, as Secretary of the Women ' s Interdormitory Council. Clara Jane Burroughs served as representa- tive to Graham Memorial Board of Directors. FIRST ROW: Carolyn Wig- Cla Bu roughs, Borbo.a Lowe, President; Estelle Suddreth Ann Parker Faulconer • SECOND ROW: Doisy Belle Anderson, Margaret Faulkner, Bobbie Stock- ton, Louise Horner, Janet Ellington. YWCA Our purpose: To unite in a desire to realize a full and creative college life . . . To determine to have a part in making this life possible for all people To seek to know God; to understand Jesus and follow HIM. The Coed " Y " was formally organized at Carolina in 1937, and has grown from a small nucleus of interested students to the largest coed organization on campus, headed by an executive director and her assistant. Twenty-three com- mittees hold weekly or bi-weekly meetings covering interests from the con- ducting of a Ballet Class for children to a consideration of world affairs and international relations. The Y.W.C.A. at Carolina is a living, working organization, encompass- ing all phases of the student ' s life. The varied committees include Public Affairs, Careers, Y-Teens, Music, Book Club, Publicity and Publications, Baby Sitters, Recreation, Dorm Stores, Social Service and Human Relations, Cabinet Worship and Campus Vespers . . and more, all working together to achieve the purpose of the whole organization. Officers for this year were: Anne Chandler, President; Kitty Altizer, Vice- President; Jean Serpell, Secretary; Ruth Whalen, Treasurer; Executive Director, Gay Currie, and her Assistant, Sue Stokes. BOTTOM ROW: Morge Holland, Janet Lewis, Ruth Whalen, Solly Os- borne. Ann Chandler, President; Gay Currie, Director of YWCA; Jean Serpell, Kitty Altiler, Pot Sullivan o SECOND ROW: Tommie Olive, Preston Wescott, Peggy Neol, Mino Lamar, Barbara Payne, Marie Nussboum, Ann Faulkner, Betty Dixon • THIRD ROW: Nancy Curtis, Jackie Burke, Sara Oliver, Nan- cee Black, Mac Copen haver. Gene Hines, Jean Ronkin • FOURTH ROW: Edith Winslow, Lenoir Willioms, Pot Chandler. GRAHAM MEMORIAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS STANDING: Ed McCloud, V. A. Hoyle, Dean William Fridoy • SEATED: Pete Gerns, Ruth Whalen, Muriel Fisher, Ben James, Chairman; Jim Rathbun. " ■ 1 i 1 " ' m 1 i f - -j M L H H Bkt iH Ej Br i ( W m I Jft Ki 1 H B I J U N i H) Mm 1 1 ij i% IP? ' ' ' 1 1 i j Bb i 1 g LkJ ■ LBJ 1 H IH Ikri l 1 B GRAHAM MEMORIAL Graham Memorial, the University student union, is the social and activity center of the campus. Its services include a newly- instituted carpenter shop where students may receive in- struction in woodworking, and a sign-printing shop to serve student organizations, as well as a travel agency, barber shop, mimeographing service, photo dork room, music lounge and information center. The entertoinment activities sponsored consist of such functions as free dances to which all students are invited, weekly floorshows in the Rendezvous Room and classical and popular music concerts. The newly-appointed director, James Rathburn, an energetic and resourceful administrator, planned an interest- ing, constructive program for the year to keep pace with the ever-increasing needs of the expanding student body. Page 432 Every student is a member of the union, to the support of which $1.00 of the block fee is allocated. Dedicated as a memorial to Edward Kidder Graham, the building was com- pleted in 1931 . It is student-managed and student-staffed. The over-all direction of Graham Memorial is in the hands of a 12-man board composed of students, faculty and adminis- trative members as follows: Escheats Officer Kemp S. Gate; Dean of Students William C. Friday; Dean of Women Katherine Carmichael; Professor E. J. Woodhouse; J. Myron Saun- ders, Secretary of the Alumni Association; Chairman Ben James; Pete Gerns; Ed McLeod; Muriel Fisher; Ruth Whalen; Dick Jenrette; and V. A. Hoyle, Jr. The building houses the offices of Student Government and all of the student publi- cations as well as furnishing meeting space for over 130 campus organizations. In the spacious oak-panelled main lounge, completely equipped with individual read- ing lamps, soft comfortable chairs, and the latest newspapers and magazines, students are welcome to read, study, or play games from early morning until late at night. STUDENT UNION M SEATED: Dr. G. A. Barrett, Dr. J. M. Leor, Mr. John T. O ' Neil • STANDING: Tom Wharton, Chuck Hauser, Charlie Gibson, Dick Jenrette. YACKETr YACK Page 434 PUBLICATIONS BOARD. ..1950 The Publications Board is the ruling financial authority of the three student publications, the Daily Tar Heel, the Yackety Yack end Tarnation. The Board budgets the publications, makes their contracts, audits their books, approves their appointments and handles the other miscellaneous financial chores that go into the publishing of a yearbook, newspaper and magazine. The Board is restricted to control in manners of finances only, though, with all editorial authority secured in the hands of the respective editors under the Constitution. For the past few years, the Board has busied itself with an expansion program designed to give the student body bigger and better publications with an extensive stretching of the income dollar. Faculty members to the Board for the year were Dr. J. M. Lear, Mr. Stuart Sechriest and Mr. John T. O ' Neil. Billy Car- michael. III, Charlie Gibson, Dick Jenrette and Tom Wharton were the student members. Chuck Hauser replaced Carmichael when the latter graduated during the year. The officers of the Board were: Billy Carmichael, Ml, Chair- man; Charlie Gibson, Secretary; Dick Jenrette, Treasurer; and Tom Wharton, Coordinator. DAILY TAR HEEL ■ r nn 1 r c 1 r r - _ -- y U _ -J v- 1 I— v J U W w w JIM MILLS Associate Editor Photography Staff Members AL WILEY ssociate Editor Literary Having looked through the preceding pages of the Yackety Yack — here you are at the Yack page — but we ' re at a loss for words. It ' s a little difficult to talk about something that you have published yourself. All year, we, a staff composed of forty, have worked attempting to give you a true version of life at Carolina. Every minute, for weeks and months, and many hours into the night, staff mem- bers frantically typed, identified pictures, sorted out copy, and rushed all over campus rounding up information to meet the deadlines. So here it is — your Day at U. N. C. We hope that for years to come, as you look through this book, you will be able to recall the days you spent at Carolina and the way you remembered it in ] 950. FIRST ROW: Ardcn Boisseau, Jean Bloom, Sue Joyner, Chorlie Trent, Nancy Duchet, Jock Woodhouse, Margie Story. Nancy Black, Mary Lorimer • SECOND ROW: Helen Bell, Jackie Sharpe, Peggy Law, Connie Penn, Armecia Eure, Joe Cuiler, Ruth Dennis, Nancy McNobe, Joyce Spears, Nancy Allison • THIRD ROW: Larry Eller, Princess Stellings, Dot Manns, Nancy Smith, Sarah Gabble, Betty Smith, Ellen Turlington, Dot Yokley, Peggy Sheridan, Cutie Mothews, Jo Ann Griffin • FOURTH ROW: Bill Worren, Spencer Wilmouth, Johnny Cotes, Doug Smith, Art Xonthos, Brooke Lawson, Bill Nickols. CLASS EDITORS SEATED: Jean B ' oom, Jeon Rankin, Nancy Smith • STANDING: Srooke Lowson, Jack Woodhouse, Charlie Trent. SECTIONS EDITORS SEATED: Mary Lorimer, Nancy Black, Armecia Eure, He!en Eppes • STANDING: Lorry Fox, Jackie Shorpe, Bill Warren. aa()e3aait8 3rairlHteel EDITORIAL STAFF FIRST ROW: Wink Lockloir, Bill Johnson, Rolfa Neill, Sam McKeel, Frank Allston, Jr., Joe Cherry, Art Xanthos, Larry Fox • SECOND ROW: Bob Hennessee, Mike McDoniel, Don Moynard, Wuff Newell, Roy Parker, Jr., Chuck Hauser, Zone Robbins, Buddy Voden, Caroline Bruner, Ginny Jones, Jim Mills • THIRD ROW: Jo Taylor, Charlie Brewer, Andy Toylor, Vic Goldberg, Grchom Jones, Ronald Tilley, Bebe Smith, Bill Peacock, Biff Roberts, Art Greenbaum • FOURTH ROW: George Bloomer, The Daily Tar Heel got off to a " jet propelled " start for the 1949-50 year when it became the first college newspaper to put out an airmail edition. Two issues were sent by Eastern Airlines to New York for the Notre Dame week-end The fall of ' 49 saw other new things around the offices on the second floor of Graham Memorial. The United Press news service left and the As- sociated Press moved in, installing three new wires. Also new were two columns on the editorial page. Drew Pearson and Bill Rose became perma- nent fixtures. Under the reins of Editor Dick Jenrette the Doily Tar Heel took great strides forward in its effort to give to its readers an accurate and up to dote picture of local, state and national news. With " Old Reliable " Chuck Hauser still on the Managing Editor ' s desk the paper continued to have the old zing in its makeup. On the sports page Billy Cormichoel ' s pet. The Sporting Picture, gave to the sports-minded readers an accurate and amusing look on the happenings around Woollen Gym. Billy left at the end of the fall quarter and Buddy Vaden took over as sports editor. And so the oldest college daily in the Southeast passed another milestone. Published in the little village that has a reputation of being the liberal center of the South, the paper gave to its readers an unbiased view of the happenings. B ni ir ft i R W GjHl H hM ■Z H m j S gi Hi ' ■ -- - JJ pL « BILLY CARMICHAEL, III BUSINESS STAFF FIRST ROW: Ed Williams, Ruth Dennis, C. B. Mendenha;i, Peggy Sheridan, Oliver Wotkins • SECOND ROW: George Brain, Charles Ash- worth, Marie Withers, Ruth Saunders, June Crockett, Jackie Burke, Evalyn Harrison • THIRD ROW: Richard McKenna, Howard L. Tickle, Neal Cadieu, John Poindexter, Rodney Taylor. JIM SOUTHERLAND Ad Manager After the spring of 1949 when the N. C. Collegiate Press Association voted Tarnation the best college magazine in the state, soon-to-be editor Tom Kerr started thinking that if Tarnation could beat out other magazines in this area, why not in the whole country. But he figured he would need something different, so he conceived the pocket mag idea and went to work on it. By the end of summer he had the first pocket magazine in collegiate circles already on the presses. It was distributed to the campus long before most campus magazine staffs had forgotten their sun tans. This was quickly followed by the unforgettable football-New York-Notre Dame issue and the year ' s work completed by three more jobs constantly im- proving in continuity, art and color as they went along. Editor Kerr had a hard-working staff helping with his new idea. Herb Nachman, veteran managing editor; Charlie Long, business manager; John Langston, ad manager; and two com- petent associate editors in J. P. Brady and Tom Wharton, who was a former editor of the mag, added their talents to the five issues. THE TARNATION FIRST ROW: Not McGruder, Cindy Gibson, Lyn Miller, Mary Coxe, Ralph G. Davis, Jr., Bill Lockhard • SECOND ROW: Jim Mills, Chuck Houser, Charlie MacRae, J. P. Brady, Tom Kerr, Herb Nachman, Jim Southeriand, Charlie Long • THIRD ROW: Jack Taylor, Bob Enssltn, Tom Alexonder, Dick Schwartz, Dave Sharpe, Marshall Roberts, Bob Mount. I 9 «. TOWN GIRLS ASSOCIATION JANET ELLINGTON President The Town Girls Association is now well established as an important coed organization on the campus. As an organized group, the As- sociation provides an opportunity for the girls who live in Chapel Hill to become acquainted with student affairs and to participate in extra-curricular activities. The Town Girls Association plays a leading role in many campus projects. One of the most popular events of the year, the annual Sadie Hawkins Day race, sponsored by the Town Girls in conjunction with other groups. Other main features of the Town Girls Association ' s program for the year were a party for the graduating coeds in the spring and the operation of a refreshment booth in the Rendezvous Room during the Christmas holidays. Officers this year were: Janet Ellington, President; Rebecca Huggins, Vice-President; Madge Crawford, Secretary; Mary Mac- Keer, Treasurer; and Dot Sloan, Social Chairman. TOWN GIRLS FIRST ROW: Jeanette Sloan, Morgoret Ferguson, Jockie Merritt, Jeanne LeClair, Jean Mann, Dona Phipps • SECOND ROW: Joyce Williams, Jockie Crowtord, Helen Morrow, Mory Keor, Madge Crawford, Janet Ellington, Dot Sloon, Phyllis Ferguson • THIRD ROW: Betsy Emory, Pat George, Mory Deone Williams, Jone Webb, Jeanne Voshaw, Carolyn Gutherie, Jean Coldwell, Kotherine Thompson, Betty Sue Jacobs. CAROLINA FORUM The Carolina Forum was formed in February, 1948, by act of the Student Legislature. It was originally composed of one representative from each of the fol- lowing: Di Senate, Phi Society, Student Legislature, Carolina Political Union, International Relations Club, Collegiate Council for the United Nations, and one member at large, appointed by the President of the student body. The Forum had and still has as its objective the procuring, coordinating, and presenta- tion, in cooperation with member and other organiza- tions, of speak ers of national and international note in government, labor, industry, etc. to the campus. The Forum got off to a successful start in 1 948-49 with the presentation of seven speakers, including Senator Robert Taft, Governor J. Strom Thurmond, Morriner Eccles, and others. This year, the Forum hopes to present Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, Mr. Cyrus Ching, and several other outstanding speakers in its effort to bring to the University a well-rounded speaker program. Eleonor Roosevelt, presented by the Forum this yeo: Murray Goldenthal Herman Siebe JOHN SANDERS Southerlond William Holton Page 442 THE UNIVERSITY The University Club is primarily a service organization and all of its func- tions are carried through in the interest of the student body and the University. The motto of the Club — for the Univers- ity — is self explanatory of the purposes of the club. Composed of a representative from each dormitory, fraternity, sorority and the Monogram Club, it has direct con- tact with almost every student on the campus. The functions of the Club are many and varied. Through its cooperation with the Athletic Association, the Club Winning Men ' s Dorn Winning Fraternity HOMECOMING 1949 CLUB seeks to promote and maintain enthusi- asm and good sportsmanship in al! Uni- versity events and contests by sponsor- ing pep rallies, entertaining visiting teams, etc. This year the University Club has arranged transportation and accommodations for students attending the Notre Dame game. The University Club also sponsored the homecoming display contest and the float contest. UNIVERSITY CLUB FIRST ROW: Woodie Miller, Tut Borbee, Frank Allston, Jay Mills, Tom Bass, Bill Buchon, Nemo Nearmon • SECOND ROW: Joe Gray, Spencer Wilmoth, Jerry Sternberg, Wicki Andrews, Norm Sper, Maryiin Strokorb, Secretary; Horold Bursley, Treasurer; Jane Pruitt, Jo Grogan, Jim Hickman • THIRD ROW: George Freeman, Arthur Murphy, Eleanor Thompson, Preston Wescott, Harvey Brinkley, Buddy Spain, Cokey Bristol • BACK ROW: Mickey Grady, Cecil Pless, Jim Dougherty, Duftield Smith, Bill Price, Jean Ogburn, John UNIVERSITY PARTY FIRST ROW: Jim Covington, Howard Fogheman, Toi Charlie Foley, Jeon Rankin, Charlotte Wilson, Helen Nussbaum, Dove Sharpe, Paul Roth • STANDING: Ferrell, Jr., Guy W. Rawls, Jr., Harry E. Buchonan, Jr. UNIVERSITY PARTY 1 Williams, Jim Cowan, Allen Tote, Richard Penegar, Ce Bell, Wilson Yarborough, Jr., Fletcher Harris, Chairman; George R. Darden, Jr., Francis O. Clorkson, Jr., Don Vai Robert F. Goodwin, Jr., Bob Holmes, Don Mendel, Ned Do , Gus Clilberson • SEATED: Fisher, Connie Conley, Marie n, Henry E. Turner, Marvin L. sholl Roberts. The University Party, having functioned continuously for over two decades, is Carolina ' s oldest political organization. Throughout the years the University Party has presented qualified candidates to the campus and has constantly strived to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of Student Government. The organizational structure of the party consists of the general party, the steering committee, and the executive committee. University Party meetings are held regularly to discuss political issues and give every interested student an opportunity to participate in the activities of the party. The steering committee is composed of one elected representative from each of the member organizations of the party. Any student group of twenty-five or more members may qualify for membeiship in this body which formulates party policies and serves OS o medium of expression for participating groups. It is the firm conviction of the party that this type of organization provides an efficient organ for administering the functions of political parties in student government. This belief has been strengthened by the high caliber of University Party Candidates elected to responsible student government offices. The officers who comprise the executive committee are: Fletcher Harris, Chairman; Wilson Yarborough, Vice-Chairman; Muriel Fisher, Secretary; Charlie Foley, Treasurer; Paul Roth and Zone Robbins, Publicity Directors. FLETCHER HARRIS Page 446 UNIVERSITY VETERANS ASSOCIATION UNIVERSITY VETERANS ASSOCIATION OFFICERS — SEATED: Clorence Smith, Secretory; Hugh Eberle, Vice-President; Charles Foley, President- Jock 0» Eorly, Board of Governors; Vestal C. Taylor, Board of Governors; Walter Cheeseborough, Board of Governors. s, Treosurer • STANDING: R. P. The University Veterans Association was founded in the summer of 1945 for the purpose " of providing an organized veterans association which shall represent the interest of the veterans of the student body on all problems concerning their welfare. " This year the membership was about eight hundred. Included in this membership were members of the Air and Naval ROTC units who came into the Association as a result of action taken by the vets in the fall quarter. An important activity of the Veterans Association is the maintenance of the Vets Club. The clubhouse is operated to provide relaxation and entertainment for members and their dotes. Vestal Toylor is clubhouse manager. The Association is governed by the officers and Board of Directors. Included in this yeor ' s Board were R. P. Early, Jr., and Walton Cheeseborough. Col. Shepherd is advisor for the Association. YMCA FRESHMAN COUNCIL JACK BENNETT Chairman The Y.M.C.A. Freshman Council is becoming on important part of freshman orientation on Carolina ' s campus each year. This group of young enthusiasts have, through the " Y, " come to direct much of the freshman activity in ac- climating the youngest Tar Heels to the college circle. The freshmen receive their start at the pre-orientation camp sponsored by the Y.M.C.A., held this year at Camp New Hope. From there those really interested in the principles of the Y.M.C.A., and with the hope of getting something lasting and worthwhile started, get together after school opens to discuss and organize a number of activities for the freshmen. Though small in number they succeed in willingness to work. This group also forms a basis to carry on " Y " work in later years here at Carolina. This year ' s group along with " get-together " programs and educational meetings also sponsored social gatherings with Woman ' s College. An intra- mural league for freshmen was also inaugurated. No field of endeavor was left out by the Council as they strove to satisfy their fellow freshmen and acclimate themselves and their classmates to their new College life. Chairman during the fall quarter was Jack Bennett. Committee Chair- men were: Bart Thrasher, Social; Bob Simmons and Bill Acker, Athletic; Richard McKenno, Program; Ken Barton, Publicity. FRESHMAN FRIENDSHIP COUNCIL FIRST ROW: Bob Borrus, Poul Bornes, John Poindexter, Walt Ernst, Howoid Tickle, John McKey, Jerry Clarke, Tom Carroll • SECOND ROW: Bill Acker, Louis Allred, Jim McLeod, Al Bollard, Morgan Smith, Richard Gamble, Wolter Landers, Alton Barnhill, Penn Lewis. The University Y.M.C.A. has for the past ninety years combined a progressive program of campus activities and services with an emphasis on the Christian way of life. Through Campus Vespers, House Discussions, speakers, the Montreat and other religious conferences, the Y brings needed educational and spiritual programs to those students and organizations choosing to take advantage of them. On the more down-to-earth side of things the Y maintains a lost-and- found bureau for independent raincoats, scarves, and what have you. The Freshman Handbook and the Student Directory are Y publications, and This Week in Chapel Hill keeps students up on current campus events. At the beginning of its ninety-first year at UNC the Y looks forword to serving an ever-better University in the years to come. Officers for the year were: Sam Mogill, President; Charlie Gibson, Vice- President; Charlie Bartlett, Secretary, and A. C. Mongum, Treasurer. YMCA SAM MAGILL President YMCA FIRST ROW- Ed McLeod, Sam McKeel, John Eoson, Sam Magill, President, Charlie Gibson, Chorlic Bortlcrt, Ted Sellers, Charlie Fox o SECOND ROW: Rod Glasgow, Dick Messenger, Dovis Byrd, Allan Milledge, Bill Wolf, Allen Ham, Bill Hogshead Pete Burks George Miller. WINSTON-SALEM-CAROLINA CLUB The Winston-Salem-Carolina Club, consisting of approximately 300 students at UNC from Winston-Salem, was the first club of this kind to be started on campus. This club was organized to promote social functions for Carolina stu- dents and alumni residing in the Twin City, keeping in mind the purpose of congeniality and fellowship. Durward Jones served as President for the year. DURWARO JONES President WINSTON-SALEM-CAROLINA CLUB FIRST ROW: Dee Smith, Eugene Whaling, Durward Jones, President; Carlotta Wilmouth, Bill Ayers, Robert Doye, Joy Giles • SECOND ROW: James Daye, John Boldridge, Gordon Pfefferkorn, Barbara Horton, Hinton Hudson, Frances Swain, Anies Daye, Bobby Joe Herring, Rhola Wilmouth, Bob Henning. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION Serving two thousand Baptist students on the campus, the Baptist Student Union promotes many activities designed to encourage Christian education and spiritual growth. The program includes morning worship in the church, Church School, Sunday night suppers and informal forums. The Baptist Student Union Council meets every Monday night to de- termine policies and plan programs. Through the Council on Religion in Life, the Baptist Student Union cooperates with other religious groups on the Carolina campus. EDLYN FREERKS President BAPTIST STUDENT UNION FRONT ROW: Charles D. Beane, Mory McLendon Ediyn W. Freerks, J. C. Herrin, Elizabeth Murray, Bill Nichols, Phyllis Ann Gentry, Frank Morrison Jr., Helen Strawn • SECOND ROW: Bob Vinson, Don G. Shropshire, Jim Ingrom, Al Snider, Howard L. Tickle, John E. Poindexter, Asa Jackson Walter McCraw, Erie Cofield, Davis Byrd, Jr. HILLEL FOUNDATION SITTING: Rony Liss, Jay Joseph, President; Rabbi San Pckarsky, Gerald M. Daniel, Leonard Liberman, Morton HILLEL FOUNDATION el Perlman, Bobby Evans, Eloine No an • STANDING: Paul Roth, Frederic Retchin, Hilda The B ' nai B ' rith Hillel Foundation was organized twenty-six years age by the B ' nai B ' rith, the largest Jewish service organization in the country. There are noN 190 Hillel units serving Jewish students throughout the United States, Canada and Cuba. The Foundation attempts to meet the religious, cultural, social, and vocational needs of the Jewish students on the campus. Activities include religious services, exhibits, forums, classes, dances, vocational information, and projects of on interfaith nature Hillel is a democratic organization The program is determined by the Cabinet and by the various committees, through which the students partici- pate in the organization. The Hillel Foundation thus helps train the students for leadership in the Jewish and the general community. Officers this year were; Jay Joseph, President; Robert Evans, Vice- President; Elaine Naiman, Secretary; and Ronald Liss, Treasurer. JAY JOSEPH Pago 452 THE WESLEY FOUNDATION WESLEY FOUNDATION SEATED: Louise Walker, Vice-President; Jim Hutchins, Treosurer; ice Beasley, President; Jim Brockmon, Retired President; Anne Spoke, Worship Chairman • STANDING: Rev. Brooks Potten, Director; Ted Ashby. Sociol Action Chairman; Pete Burks, Program Choirman; Herf Yates, Editor Wesley Worker; Bill Howell, Publicity Chairman. JOE BEASLEY President The Wesley Foundation is the organized ic ' !owship of the Methodist Student Movement at work in the university community. Its purpose is to provide for the spiritual, moral, and social needs of students. The Foundation has the objectives of leading students to become fol- lowers of Jesus Christ and to help them find a vital personal relationship with God. The program endeavors to develop a supporting group in which individuals will mutually strengthen one another in Christian living, and to help create a new world order embodying Christian ideals and the highest human values. The organization functions through committees covering areas of Worship, Program, Social Action, World Community, Finance, Recreation, Deputations, Drama, Publications, and Publicity. Through the Council of Religion-in-Life it cooperates with other religious groups on the campus. Jim Brockmon and Joe Beasley served as Presidents for the year. VARSITY HUBERT HENDERSON Assistont Director DRUM MAJORETTES Louise Seagroves and Tish Coley The Varsity Band, under the direction of Earl Slocum, Professor of Music, and Assistant Director, Hubert Henderson, is organized to accomplish a dual purpose (1) to furnish colorful programs at football games and various University functions and (2) to provide opportunities for student mem- bers to study and perform the best musical litera- ture written for the concert band. After football season the large unit known as the Varsity Band is divided into two concert bands. These smaller units render concerts together and • O. -v ' - -a ' ■ - ' " .; . .x .-% i ' • ' ' bmuMbm BAND EARL SLOCUM Director separately. Lost year each bond performed at a clinic held in Chapel Hill for visiting North Carolina Bandmasters. The two bands combined their efforts when they played in Charlotte, North Carolina, last March for the convention of the American Band- masters Association. They also performed together for lawn concerts here in Chapel Hill during May and at Commencement. Officers this year were: James Moore, President; Clay Crisp, Vice-President; and Clifford Doll, Sec- retory-Treasurer. JAMES MOORE President UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA CLAY CRISP President The University Symphony Orchestra was organized in order to give instrumentalists the valuable ex- perience of playing together and other people in the vicinity the opportunity of hearing the standard symphonic music first hand. The orchestra, numbering over fifty players, is composed of students, faculty members, and towns- people. Besides its three concerts every year, it accompanies operettas and oratorios presented by local organizations. The officers for this year were: Clay Crisp, Presi- dent; James Moore, Vice-President; and Georgia Fox, Secretary-Treasurer. so: m m m m m m m m e:oioi SOUND AND FURY The original musical comedy organization on the campus was " Wig and Mask. " This group was composed of such outstanding persons as Norman Cordon, Kay Kyser, and the late Hal Kemp. Shortly before the war the name was changed to " Sound Fury " and the group at that time produced one of its biggest shows. During the war the organization became inactive and it wasn ' t until 1945 that the group made a comeback. It was rough getting started and " Sound Fury " is just now getting its feet planted firmly in Carolina sod again. " Sound Fury " is a group of students, both dramatic majors and otherwise, organized to produce good home- grown musical comedies. At the present time its policy is to produce three shows a year. In the future " Sound Fury " hopes to be able to furnish small touring groups to provide entertainment for organizations on and off campus. Another future aim (possibly to be realized this year) is to tour at least one of its yeorly shows to the college campuses in this vicinity. " Sound Fury " is a proving ground for student com- posers and writers; a training place for people interested in any phase of musical comedy or general theatre work. An event most " Sound Furiers " look forward to is the cast party held after each production. " Oh, Bury Me Not " " Oh, Bury Me Not " THE CAROLINA PLAYMAKERS THE SPIRIT OF CEDARHURST, by Mildred Danforfh. Full length original. The Carolina Playmakers, who completed their thirty-second season this spring, are the laboratory producing group for the Department of Dramatic Art and constitute a community theatre for the Campus and Chapel Hill. The dramo organ- ization, which was founded by the late Frederick H. " Proff " Koch, IS now directed by Samuel Selden. The Playmakers, who have long been famous for their student written one-oct plays, have now shifted emphasis to the fu ll length playwriting form. Each year they produce five major plays, one of which is usually staged in the outdoor Koch Memorial Forest Theatre, end experimental presentations of three full length and eight one-act student written plays are presented. This year the Playmakers presented Kayteyev ' s " Squaring the Circle, " Colton and Randolph ' s " Rain, " a drama by Pulitzer prize winner Paul Green, " Angels Full Front " by Francis M. Casey, and Robinson Jeffer ' s adaptation of " Medea. " The Carolina Playmokers is not a closed organization, but offers a welcoming hand to townspeople, students, and visitors who ore interested in taking part in the activities of the group. CAROLINA POLITICAL UNION The Carolina Political Union is a non-partisan student organization which was founded in 1936 for the purpose of bringing to the campus outstanding speakers representing various political and social view- points. Through the years, activities of the Union have broadened to include regular roundtable discussions and forums concerning important public issues of the day. The C. P. U. continues to exert its influence to bring well-known speakers to the campus. Special emphasis is also given to weekly round- table sessions which are held each Sunday evening. Officers for the year were; Murray Goldenthal, Chairman; Ediyn Freerks, Vice-Chairman; Mary Tomlin, Secretary; Henry Goldstein, Treasurer; and Dick Simpson, Membership Chairman. MAURICE GOLDENTHAL CAMPUS POLITICAL UNION FIRST ROW: Georgia Fox, Henry Goldstein, Treosurer; Mary Tomlin, Secretary; Maurice Goldenthal, Chairman; EdIyn W. Freerks, Vice-Chairman; Talbot R. Selby • SECOND ROW: John A. Sullivan, Robert Lee Marks, Thomas E. Ennis, Jr., Jack W. Hopkins, Jack Tripp, Robert E. Lee, J. Edgar Willioms. Page 4 59 THE DIALECTIC SENATE Founded in 1795, the Di is the oldest extra-curric- ular activity at North Carolina. Through the years in cooperation with other organizations here it has started such activities as The Yockety Yack, the Debate Council, and one of the two libraries that were later to endow the present University Library. As the birthplace of student self-expression in the South, the Senate, after 154 years, continues to stand as a laboratory for practical experience in the art of public speaking, in leadership, and in the use of Parliamentary Law. Its training has been rewarded many times by Ihe excelling of its members in their chosen professions as veil as in their activities here at Carolina. ARTIE MURPHEY, JR. President This year the Dialectic Senate has continued its po ' icy to strengthen its membership (by a new and more careful selection system), to improve its fixtures (by a new renovations program), to co- SDonsor the Annual High School Debates, and en- courage Intermural Debates. DIALECTIC SENATE FIRST ROW: John Hozlehurst, George Braim, Leon Helgnera, Walter Allen, Walter Tice, Harry Aycock, Banks Talley • SECOND ROW: Archie Myatt, Don G. Shropshire, Talbot R. Selby, Artie Murphcy, Jr., Gus Graham, Jomes L. Lamm, Morris Knudsen, Davis Byrd, Jr. • THIRD ROW: John M. Schnouenberg, J. Edgor Williams, Peter P. Cooper, II, Billy B. Moss, Jerry Pettigrew, Hoi Dorden, C. B. MacRoe, Jr., R. H. Clampitt, Tom Wharton • FOURTH ROW: David Woodrutt, Edwin Hotch, Harry H. Horton, Jr., Jack E. Rowland, Charlie Gibson, George H. Grover, III, Harold V. McGee, J. Winder Hughes, Jr. • FIFTH ROW: Charles 0. Long, Donald G. Black, Miles J. Smith, John Sanders, George K. Freeman, Ed Love, Ed Stephenson, Vestal C. Taylor. PHILANTHROPIC ASSEMBLY The Phi Assembly, founded in the days when stu- dents debated such topics as " Is the White Man Justified in Driving Out the Indian? " has during 1949-50 emphasized the present and future po- tentials of the Ass3; " nbly. A brilliant address by R. Mayne Albright in September keynoted the year ' s activities. Following its purposes of Fellowship and Public Speaking, the Phi, in Tuesday night meetings open to the entire campus, debated UNC non-communisi affidavits. Governor W. Kerr Scott ' s " Go-Forward " program, and World government. A series of socials including a highly successful Christmas Party gave the Phi opportunities to better know scores of new members initiated during the year. With such leaders in the field of public service as Controller William D. Carmichael, Chancellor Robert House, William B. Umstead, R. Mayne Al- bright and a long list of governors. Congressmen, and statesmen on its past rolls, the Phi attempted to realize its place in Carolina life as " a laboratory of the social sciences and a seminar of a better tomorrow. The traditional Di-Phi Debate and Banquet were continued with new vigor. Opening meeting ot the 155th year. September 27, 1949 PHI ASSEMBLY FIRST ROW: Jack Prince, Jim Underwood, Fred Crawford, Tom Rosser, Ham Horton, Al House, Bob Marsholl, Ted Frankel • SECOND ROW: Bob Brooks, Clerk; Herman Sieber, Critic; Bill Dawkins, Parliamentarian; Hugh Griffin, Speoker Pro-Tern; Wolter Montgomery, Treasurer; Dove Sharpe, Past Speaker; Elwood Clinard, Sergeont-at-Arms • THIRD ROW: Walter Rogers, Jim Stollings, Gene Russell, George Rodman, Bill Kernodle, Frank Schell, Hal Conolv, Otis McColium, Bob Lee • FOURTH ROW: Bill Burleson, Sondy Peake, Bob Pace, Carl Rogers, Bill Smith, Hugh Cole, Page Horris, John Poindexter, Jim Fouts • FIFTH ROW: Kimsey King, Kent Jackson, Bill Hill, Wolter McCrow, Bob Zucker. CAROLINA INDEPENDENT COED ASSOCIATION CAROLINA INDEPENDENT COED ASSOCIATION FIRST ROW: Phyllis Robinson, Ann Sertzberger, Beatrice Kominisky, Peggy Tollonr, Bernice iviargol, Lou Carter • SECOND ROW: Jose Tison, Helen Strawn, Elizabeth McMonus, Betty McMohan, Caroline Bruner, President; Lillian Wilson, Gloria McLeroy, Martha Sockwell • THIRD ROW: Louise Wolker, Jane Blum, Betty Cameron, Jean Hoffner, Debby Ettinger, Hilda Pelcorsky, Betty MocCollum, Edith Winslowe. The Carolina Independent Coed Association is an organization that welcomes as members all non-sorority coeds, as well as all coed " Stray Greeks. " Its primary purposes are to organize and unify the independent women on the campus, to promote good-will and fellowship among all coeds, and to provide opportunities for the development of leadership through group activities. Social functions in the interest of the independents are sponsored by C. I. C. A. and many worthwhile projects ore undertaken in cooperation with other campus organizations. The year ' s activities included the co-sponsoring of Sadie Hawkins Day festivities with the Town Girls Association and the Western North Carolina Club, a Christmas dance at the Carolina Inn, the annual fashion show, and a spring party. Officers for this year were: Caroline Bruner, President, Betty McMahan, Vice-President; Lillian Wilson, Secretary; and Dot Smith, Treasurer. CAROLINE BRUNER President Page 462 STRAY GREEKS STRAY GREEKS President; Edna Motthes, Billie Moore, Peggy Law • BACK ROW: Meg Grubb, An In 1944 the Stray Greeks were founded under the leadership of Twig Branch, and since then hove received more and more recognition as a social group. The organization is composed of sorority girls whose chapters ore not rep- resented on this campus. The aim of the Stray Greeks is to provide a social outlet for its members and to preserve the bonds of unity and sisterhood in sorority life. Activities of the group include picnics, teas, sponsoring of campus affairs and charity programs, and participation in sorority functions in coordination with the Panheilenic Council. This year the membership consisted of over thirty girls, representing twelve national sororities. Officers were: Jean Ogburn, President; Nancy MacNab, Vice-President; Carrie Dixon, Secretary; Betsy Scrivner, Treasurer; Virginia Jones, Publicity Director; Jean Ogburn and Marilyn Stanley, Pan- heilenic Representatives. JEAN OGBURN President Page 463 DEBATE COUNCIL The Debate Council is direct outgrowth of the tv o debating societies of Carolina, the Dialectic Senate and the Philanthropic Society. From its beginnings in these organizations, it represented for many years the student government at Carolina until it was replaced as such in the thirties by the Student Government as we now know it. The Council is composed of students who are selected by the forensic squad, one member for each of the debat- ing societies, and two faculty advisors, selected by the Debate Council. Dove Pittman George Rodman EARL F. FITZGERALD Advisor DR. G. A. BARRETT Faculty Advisor Robert Hutchinson Hurshell Keener Page 464 Present activities of the Council include repre- senting Carolina in intercollegiate debates and other forensic matches. It also determines the policy of and governs the debate squad. The Debate Council meets competition from most of the major colleges in the East, as well as attend- ing the largest of the national debate tournaments, which are held annually at Fredericksburg, Virginia, and New Orleans. The competition at these events is in debating, newscasting, orations, dramatic read- ings, extemporaneous speaking, after-dinner speak- ing, and poetry reading. Recently the Council has expanded its activities to include an annual Intramural Debate Tourna- ment, which has aroused considerable in terest among dormitories and fraternities, and sororities. It also handles the representation of Carolina at the State Student Legislature, which is an annual meeting of students from North Carolina colleges at the state capitol in Raleigh. Officers of the Debate Council for the year were: Dave Pittman, President; and Robert Hutchinson, Executive Secretary. Mr. G. A. Barrett served as faculty advisor. 1949 Intromural Win Herb Mitchell and Paul Roth MEN ' S GLEE CLUB The Men ' s Glee Club, an outstanding organization on campus every year, opened another successful season this year with their joint performance with the Women ' s Glee Club on University Day. After the men had sung the traditional Integer Vitae, they joined the women in a thrilling rendition of BE GLAD THEN AMERICA by William Billings. Other outstanding performances of the year included the brilliant Christmas concert, also in combination with the women, and the traditionally fine Spring concert. An extensive tour of the South- eastern States brought the season to an appropriate close. Led bv newcomer Joel Carter, the Men ' s Glee Club is mode up of 150 outstanding voices. The men sang to capacity audiences at all their concerts, and through the able leadership of their new di- rector, continued to advance the reputation they have established in recent years. Officers were: Irving Silver, President; Ernie Douglas, Vice-Presi- dent; Milton Bliss, Secretary; Herschell Snuggs, Business Manager; and Jack Clinard, Publicity Manager. IRVING SILVER President WOMEN ' S GLEE CLUB BARBARA YOUNG President Under the leadership of Mr. Joel Carter, the Women ' s Glee Club is looking forward to another successful season, A comparatively young organization, the Club continues to grow each year both in size and in t echnique. Each year the Women ' s Glee Club presents a full program start- ing with the annual University Day Program and Christmas Con- certs, given by the combined Men ' s and Women ' s Glee Clubs. During the v inter and spring quarters the Club tours the state and presents its annual spring concert. Officers for 1949-1950 are: Barbara Young, President; Jean Serpell, Vice-President; Peggy Neal, Secretary; and Effie Wester- velt, Business Manager. ? r [f r 70i ;i:- SP:ZB§ ' -«W ' • " " - ' ■ " «r- 7 7A ' - ! i -4 FIRST ROW: Roy Holsten, President; Jomes Holt, Vice- President • SECOND ROW: William Shelton, Secretary; Steve Jones, Treosuier. GERMAN CLUB The German Club, composed of representatives of thirteen social fraternities on campus, sponsors three dance week-ends each year, bringing name bands to the campus. Under the efficient direction of Roy Holsten, President, the 1949-50 dances were claimed highly successful. Beginning with Fall Germans in November fea- turing Gene Krupa, German Club activities got off to a promising start. Next on the calendar of events were Midwinters in January, bringing Tex Beneke and his orchestra to play for the event. Final dances in the spring wound up the club ' s social activities for the season. Other officers include James Holt, Vice-Presi- dent; William Shelton, Secretary; and Steve Jones, Treasurer. Fraternities belonging are: Pi Kappa Alpha, Delta Psi, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Delta Theto, Beta Theta Pi, Alpha Tau Omega, Zeta Psi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Sigma Nu, Kappa Alpha, Sigma Chi, and Kappa Sigma. FIRST ROW- Baker Boss, Georae Blackwelder, Sam Craver, George Deans, Jocob Froelich, Richard Gordon • SECOND ROW- Jomes Hard ' ison, Franklin Herman, Rov Holsten, Jomes Holt, Daniel Jones, Bob Morrow • THIRD ROW: Cornelius Partrick, Williom Rue, William Shelton, Wilson Trotter, Benjamin Yelverton. FALL GERMANS Fall Germans, at the head of a calendar of gala social events for the year under the sponsorship of the German Club, featured Gene Krupa as the main attraction of a crowded week-end. Beginning with a concert on Friday afternoon, presenting typical Krupa Bop, the week-end got off to a promising start. The crowds at the Friday and Saturday night dances were evidence of Krupa ' s populority, and the quartet featured in " Leave Us Leap " was talked about on campus for week s after the dances were only a pleasant memory. Percussion Personified! Krupa gives out with o slow smooth number. MIDWINTERS Midwinters, second in a series of dances sponsored by the German Club, was highlighted by the reap- pearance of Tex Beneke and his orchestra. At the formal dance on Friday night, German Club officers and their dates were presented in a figure. On Saturday afternoon, there was a concert in Me- morial Hall, with a capacity audience, ample proof of Beneke ' s continued popularity at UNC. A second formal dance was held on Saturday night. Bob Mitchell and the Moonlight Serenaders, featured with Beneke ' s orchestra, were on hand to complete the musical entertainment. The closing notes of " Moonlight Serenade " put the finishing touches to another successful German Club dance week-end. Beneke gives out in the approved Carolina manner m klw . Finals were a perfect climax to a highly successful year for the German Club. Charlie Barnet and his orchestra were in top form for this, the last of the German Club sponsored events of the 1948-49 season. The week-end got underway on Friday night with a formal dance in Woollen Gym. Members of the German Club and their dates were presented in the figure. On Saturday afternoon the Barnet band gave forth with some smooth music to a capacity crowd at the concert in Memorial Hall. The second dance, on Saturday night, ended another perfect year of the German Club ' s social activities. SPRING FINALS Gcrmon Club figure ot intermission. NFORMALS During the year many other dances were sponsored by campus organizations. In the fall quarter The Order of The Grail gave several informal Saturday night dances in Woollen Gym, and for the Ten- nessee week-end presented Freddy Martin and his orchestra at two dances and a concert. Sorority and fraternity pledge dances took the spotlight during the winter quarter. Fraternity house dances were also popular. The Rendezvous Room and the Vets Club are always favorite campus night spots among students. Women ' s dorms sponsored several open houses and dances during the year. On various occasions, square dances were held in the Tin Can through the efforts of the YWCA and the CICA. The Air and Naval ROTC units presented a forma! ball, lending on air of military dignity to the dance season. A sorority pledge dance r FRANKLIN KILPATRICK UNIVERSITY DANCE COMMITTEE The University Dance Committee has as its fore- most objectives the role of host at Carolina dances and the task of maintaining order at social func- tions sponsored by campus organizations. This group of students, familiar in their formal dress v ith blue and white rosettes in their lapels, in their careful vigilance of campus dances are striving toward making Carolina dances the functions that both students and faculty desire. During the 1949- 50 season the Committee has effectively performed its duty. Headed this vear by Franklin Kilpotrick, chairman, and Professor Marvin Allen acting in the capacity of advisor, the group has had a most successful year, both in helping to put on Carolina dances and guiding them toward perfection. FIRST ROW: Albert Blankenship, Thomas Boney, Leonard Butt, Lee Gliormis, Gene Graham • SECOND ROW: James Greene, James Johnson, Jock Porterfield, John Pyron, Monroe Redden • THIRD ROW: John Schofield, Norman Sper, Richord Taylor, Plez Transou, Mooh Wifson. • mi: A ¥ ' «►- ' • ' r% J ' - ■«■ , k. . jLi. Mk The 1950 Yackety Yack Beauty Court Our thanks and sincere appreciation go to: Al Capp of New York for selecting the court, Francis Lavergne Johnson for the follow- ing portraits, The German Club and Norman Cordon for presenting the court And those that participated in the con- test. The Queen Miss Betty Smith Sponsored By KAPPA SIGMA Miss Nancy Frazier Sponsored By BETA THETA PI V Miss Gene Frances Caraher Sponsored By KAPPA SIGMA Miss Betsy Ross Sponsored By CHI OMEGA J w -•Ad. Miss Betty Ann Yowell ■ Sponsored By CHI PSI Miss Louise Robbins Sponsored By PI KAPPA PHI Miss Befty Lokey Sponsored By SPENCER DORMITORY m Miss Carolyn Bishop Spomored By PHI KAPPA SIGMA Miss Carol Cubine Sponsored By ALPHA DELTA PI w Miss Nancy Norwood Sponsored By PHI DEL TA THETA Miss Joyce Richer! ' Sponsored By SIGMA CHI Miss tilling Lowing Sponsored By ALPHA TAU OMEGA 4e t ' Miss Mitzie Verra Sponsored By SMITH DORMITORY Miss Barbara Mclntyre Sponsored By OLD EAST DORMITORY ■ •--» -_ Miss Miile Harrell Sponsored By KAPPA ALPHA A. Pick a number B. Any number c. p. J.? D. Where ' s the cat girl? E. Who introduced them all? F. Of course they are married G. It is not easy, Bud H. Houdine has the chairs A. Miss Carriage B. Two uninvited guests C. Tough guy D. Wholesole E. That ' s using your head F. Reaching for what? G. We ' ll toke it H. Was it that bad? A. Three Jims in the jam B. Flat on my back and there I was C. We ' ll beat Tennessee yet D. Row, row, row E. Private supply F. Gone to the movies G. Princess slip H. Study prostration Page 500 A. Boston bandits B. Checkers is my game C. Pledge D. Beauty ond the beach E. Woolen Beach F. We won G. Hands across the border H. Mecia introduced them all Page 501 MANDUM HDRTUARY f i ' A. Her neck ' s duty D. " Rushing " Tea G. Tiddly Winks B. " Her does " E. Blow, will yo? H. Chinoese Mule Troin C. Never to rise again F. " And dime ' s worth of those " 1. Music, Music, Music (?) Page 502 A. Miss Campus Chest 1950 D. " 1 made it " G. Lit-up 6. Runner-up E. " . . . and on that play, Charh ' e ... " H. Carolina justice! C. She came in third F. Soxopaw wos never like this 1. Community sing Page S03 V W M WILL REMEMEB jKE Uam FORGE! A. Typica( Carolina Import D. Welcome any time G. Splash B. High, low. Jack and Queens E. We live like Carolino gentlemen H. Duz doesn ' do everything C. The potter of little feet F. Blip 1. Whoopee A. The South ' s gonna rise again D. What is it? G. Some of the old school B. All the news fit to print E. Inside the prison walls H. Too little too late!! C. Pouline Revere F. Hi, how ya? 1. Who hoppened Page 505 ■| r. |fi?fl «r INTRODUCTION The Carolina Inn Hosts for the University on all occasions Opcniting i! Dining Room dnd The Quvhihi Inn Qijt ' hrui. For Quality, For Value, For Price " arleys Mens Snot Chapel Hill, N. C. Compliments of DILLON SUPPLY COMPANY «■ Mill — Industrial and Contractors Supplies Plumbing — Heating Equipment Raleigh -- Durham — Rocky Mount Goldsboro Page 508 Chesterfield ...the Best cigarette for YOU to Smoke Copyijght 1950. LiooiTT Mv£»j Tobacco Co, Durham ' s Shopping Center Our Reputation For QUALITY Is Your Guarantee For VALUE Campus Clothes . . . We ' re all set with your favorite classics . . . plus fashion — fresh new clothes that will click on or off the campus. Tlll Kl] ; (OTTO] Greensboro ' s Finest Hotel HAYWOOD DUKE, Manager Longratulations — Class of 1950 Carolina Coffee Shop CASTON MOTOR COMPANY, INC. Sales and Service DODGE — PLYMOUTH Dodge Trucks 419 W, Franklin St. Phone F-3891 Page 5 0 L onaratulationi to the L ia5S of 1950 FROM THE Burijam ifWornins Jleralb AND THE DURHAM SUN Chapel Hill ' s FAVORITE Daily Newspapers It has been the earnest desire of the MORNING HERALD and THE SUN to provide, through the years, outstanding newspaper service for their many voKied readers in the UNC community. For the complete news FIRST in Chapel Hill, read the Durham Morning Herald and The Durham Sun. And bringing you " the most of the best " in radio, are WDNC at 620 kilocycles and WDNC-FM at 105.1 megacycles ICBS), the radio voices of the Durham Herald -Sun Papers Durham, N. C. = K][I= ■ — - ' - -.iij-jit-Vtir:f . ' kVHtC(% FIRST WITH ALL THAT ' S NEW IN MEN ' S CLOTHING N. Columbia Street CAeer Leader! Cheer Leader! On campus or after the game, Pepsi-Cola is the big big drink that gets plenty of action ... for taste, for quality, for size — it ' s Pepsi. Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Island City, N. Y. Franchised Bottler: Durham ' s best store since 1886 The shopping center for representative Eastern and Piedmont Carolina women who demand the best in fashion and quality. MAIN STREET . DURHAM, N. C. Compliments of RIGGSBEE-HinSOn FURNITURE COMPANY Home of BEAUTY-REST MATTRESSES HOTPOINT APPLIANCES Mom St. Carrboro, N C Phone 5821 Compliments of jRCK LipmRn Finest in Men ' s Clothing Chapel Hillian Since 1924 Page 512 Ckath makes am g ood an kets Chatham Manufacturing Company, Elkin, North Carolina TYLER ' S ESSO SERVICENTER West Franklin at Church Phone 8221 Congratulations . , . to another graduating class Carolina Barber Shop " Since 1903 " DA] ZIGER ' S " OLD WORLD RESTAURANT " je. JJ. Wa.L Dry Goods, Notions and Shoes Carrboro. N C Faister ' s Camera Store, Inc. Photographic Supplier for the Professional and Amateur Photographer Chapel Hill, N C Page 5 4 In Every City There ' s A Store That Stands Out As The Leader . In Durham It ' s Baldwin ' s Compliments of Hazzard Motor Company General Motors Dealer Sales and Service 501 W, Franklin St., Chapel Hill, N C. FOR FINE FOODS IN THE RIGHT ATMOSPHERE JOIN YOUR FRIENDS AT AGGIE ' S It ' s Different You ' d know her anywhere! the smart young woman who knows what she wants who knows that shopping at Sosnik-Thalhimers in Winston-Salem brings her the ultimate in fashion at down to earth prices. The ribbed knit dress, as shown in Cosmopolitan, from our third floor Career Shop. )0, IMlfl-dMffli umm ANDREWS-RIGGSBEE FANCY GROCERIES AND MEATS Serving Carolina Fraternities Free Delivery Phone 8956 CARRBORO, N. C Strowd Motor Company Your Ford Dealer Since 1914 lOOW, Frankhn St., Chapel Hill, N. C. lilHLLEIi HOD SiniTH otoarapkey ' d OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR THE YACKETY YACK 12 EAST HARGETT STREET RALEIGH NORTH CAROLINA Pog? 5 7 Jkinmna oF Ujou " HflY nnii ( omplimenti or FITCH LUITIBER CO Here ' s a Bird You ' tl Want to Know! He ' s your personal guide to Colonial Stores And grand things inside. COLONIAL STORES INCORPORATED cuRVE-mn BEER SANDWICHES Dancing In The Patio FOR THE BEST " HOT-DOGS " SOUTH OF BOSTON DROP IN 4 Mile Out on Durham Road Chapel Hill, N. C. BOB and JOE GRAHAM Proprietors Page SIB THE LITTLE SHOP takes pleasure in outfitting the COLLEGE GIRL Compliments of THE PORT HOLE r tJF- 1 ■ ' •■ ' d i - 1 w •.,1 ' r FLOWERS FIT FOR A QUEEN Unli erdlt A 10 nit 1 Pick Theater Building Serving the University Community Since 1899 The BANK OF CHAPEL HILL — Member F. D, I. C — Clyde Eubonks President Collier Cobb, Jr Vice-President W. E. Thompson Executive Vice-President J. Temple Gobbel Cashier . ' Page S 9 Phillip Andrews Service Station • Chapel Hill, N C The Corner Hangout For Prescriptions For Fountain Service SLOAN DRUG CO. On The Corner Across Fr om Theater Most unusual Designs in Floristry . . . Imported Decorative Items ANN ' S FLOWERS DECORATIVE ART W FRANKLIN ST PHONE F-5259 Compliments of the E, A. BROWX Fl IIXITl KE tOMPA.W Phone 7121 106W Rosemary St , Next to City Hall POE-MANGUM AUTO SERVICE DeSoto Plymouth Sales and Services also Pure Oil Products Chapel Hill, N. C. Phone 6581 Page 5 20 University Service Station TEXACO " In the Heart of Town " Records Radios L aroilna pon J kop Chapel Hill Athletic Equ ipment Sportswear Meet your friends at . . . THE Buccaneer Airport Road Chapel Hill, N C. f U fe First in Fashions in the Carotinas 118 FayettevilleSt. Raleigh, N C The Carolina Theatre APPRECIATES YOUR PATRONAGE AND INVITES YOU TO VISIT OUR OTHER THEATRES THROUGHOUT THE STATE. it North Carolina Theatres, Inc. Page 52 ' tk-j revost CLEANERS THE ORANGE PRINTSHOP A Complete Printing Service Phone 3781 P. 0. Box 1249 Chapel Hill, North Carolina For Top Fashion and Value! m Winston-Salem it ' s .A NCHOR;- ( Qj -HE SHOPPING CENTER ( j Fourth at Trode Page 522 Kjreetl IfS mas from THE mERCHRRTS OF uuinsTon-SRLEin Compliments of University Restaurant ' Kansas City Steaks ' J Covers by Kingskraft KINGSPORT PRESS, INC. KINGSPORT, TENNESSEE fiage 523 FOWLERS FOOD STORE ALL KINDS FRESH MEATS, GROCERIES, AND COUNTRY PRODUCE FISH AND OYSTERS IN SEASON For Delivery: Phone F-416 Chapel Hill, N C UniVERSITY CLEHHERS Cleaning — Pressing Chapel Hill, N, C Post Office Corner Phone 4921 For Hospitality Serve Coca-Cola i Durham Coca-Cola Bottling Company TWIN-VILLAGE LAUNDRY and CLEANERS Synthetic Dry Cleaners There Is a Difference CARRBORO, N. C F-3541 F-3541 In Carrboro It ' s J. B. GOLDSTON LUMBER COMPANY Lurr iber — Sash — Doors — Roofing — Plywood — Mouldings HIGH GRADE MILL WORK — Insulation Carrboro, N . C. Phone F-3911 GOLDSTON LUMBER COMPANY, INC. Graham , N. C. Phone 6-7101 Compliments of ATLANTIC Marble Tile Co., Inc. OVER 40 YEARS IN MARBLE TILE AND TERRAZZO CONTRACTING 225-227 S. Poplar St. Charlotte, N C. RnDRELUS-HEnninCER Chapel Hill ' s " Leading Store " of better qualities Ready-to-wear furnishings and shoes Phone 5271 COMPLIMENTS OF ANDREWS RESTAURANT WESTERN STEAKS — SEAFOOD — CHOPS 7 AM - 9 P.M. Daily Special Breakfasts — Lunches — Dinners Kitchen o ' la New York We Serve The Very Best Jui astuoiL A Most Complete Selection of Partv, Classroom, and Date Dresses Page 525 19 SCHOOL PUBLICflTIOnS PRiniERS OF YOUR YEARBOOK INDEX ..__ _ 506 240 Delta Pi - - 354 Epsilon Delta .- 322 Epsilon Pi - 368 Gamma Delto - --- 356 Kappa Psi ___ - - ---- 336 Phi Omega - - - 326 Tau Omega 370 I Association -- -- - - - 40 Advertisements Air R. O. T. C. Alpha Alpha Alpho Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alumn Bond - --. Baptist Student Union Soseball Basketball Beauty Queen - - 454 451 277 273 480 Beta Gamma Sigma - 344 Beta Theta Pi - 372 Cardboard 293 Carolina Forum - 443 Carolina Independent Coed Association Caroline Playmakers Carolina Political Union Cheerleaders --- . Chi Delta Phi __ _ Chi Omega Chi Phi -- Chi Psi - Coed Senate - - Cotton Bowl -- -.. Cross Country 462 558 459 292 337 358 374 376 426 268 281 DAILY TAR HEEI ._ - .... 438 Dance Committee .. 477 Debate Council - 464 Dedication „ 28 Delta Delta Delta .360 Delta Koppo Epsilon 378 Delta Psi . - 380 Delto Sigma Pi ..334 Delta Theta Phi _ .328 Dialectic Senote — - 460 Fall Germans — 473 Fencing . - 282 Football 257 Fresnmon Class 180 Freshman Council 448 Freshmon Sports 297 German Club Gimghoul . Glee Club, Mens .... Glee Club, Women ' s Golden Fleece Golf Gorgon ' s Heod .- Groduate School .— Graham Memorial .... ..472 , 346 466 467 343 .288 .345 234 432 Midwinters Minataurs . .. 474 348 Monogram Club My Night at U. N. C. .. N. R, 0. T. C. Order of the Grail Order of the Old Well . 254 305 - 246 341 ,..._ 340 353 Pharmacy School .. Phi Alpha Delta .- 200 323 Phi Beta Kappa . Phi Chi - . . 320 333 Phi Delta Chi .. .. 331 Phi Delta Phi . 325 Phi Delta Theta Phi Eta Sigma -. 388 332 Pni Gamma Delta , Phi Kappa Sigma Phi Mu Alpha Pi Beta Phi Pi Kappa Alpha Pi Kappa Phi - 390 . 392 327 .- 362 .. 394 . 396 Pi Lambda Phi . 398 Philanthropic Assembly 461 Publications Board . . 434 Public Health, School of 220 Rho Chi Senior Class , Sheiks ..- 324 48 347 Sigma Alpha Iota 338 Sigma Chi 404 402 Snaps Soccer - - 496 280 Sophomore . . Sound and Fury 160 4S7 475 Stray Greeks .. .. 463 Student Audit Board .. 427 Student Council Student Government _ Student Legislature Student Union . . . 420 -. .422 - 433 284 TARNATION 290 Theta Chi Theta Epsilon Phi _ _ 408 410 .170 13 Club Town Girls ' Associotion 348 442 Hillel Foundation 452 Interdormitory Council, Men 429 Interdormitory Council, Women _ 430 Interfraternity Council 366 Intramural 294 University Club 444 University Party 446 University Symphony Orchestra 456 University Veterans Association 447 Valkyries .. 342 Junior Closs Kappa Alpha Kappa Epsilon Kappa Psi ... Kappa Sigma 130 382 . 338 .330 . 384 Weight Lifters .. 282 Wes!ev Foundation 453 Winston-Salem Club 450 Women s Council .425 Women ' s Sports 301 Wrestling 283 Lacrosse .. .-- 291 Lambda Chi Alpha 386 Law School .... — - 210 YACKETY YACK Y. M. C. A. Y. W. 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