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History Commerce . .Physics Geology and Greek I. ,N 4. .X 3 1, V.-S J, .11 A , 1. 'Ns-g,m ., ff, - .-f"""u .,v, ., 3, I ..., 1 , '-.. I kv- A -525. . faqs! in ba Wm I III tif 54 I, ' 5 , H1 ' 0:52 A 'I It IX LI . ,Q J 5 If .I I . vi . E 'I tk lp QR ,R I cj ' I PJ A I, If A li Y ' fl II. .li A - Fi 1 K . F X yt. I I I ' I I-' I ,I 'Q jx I " If 'I It - II I The Faculty l'.:::!nallsn7 I L F I ,muon 4 JAMES EARL COPENHAVER .... . . ....... Chemistry I man JOHN ALEXANDER CRAWFORD. . . . . .Physical Education nr 5 H , XVILLIAM SPENSER CURRELL. . . ..... . . .English movq r I IE WILLIAM DEAN ........... . . .Dramatzcs E3 I5 I f r1fY?!T?ffff 'I 1 IRENE DILLARD, Dean of XVomen Phys!!! ff I HARRY N. EDMUNDS .......... 1 . 5""09g CLYDE N. EERRELL. . . . ' I I f W1 CN" EDWIN L. GREEN .... f "iw: X' 1 f Qwfgbxff Page . . .English . . .Law . . .History . . . .Latin Twenty-seven I I I I I I 1 I I I I f I H W I, ,A,A .ee A1 I I I ,W If The Faculty I KATHERINE B. HEYWARD .... . - . .Aff BENJAMIN DELAND HODGES. . . .------ Law JESSE B. JACKSON ........ . -Mdfhemaflfs REUBEN C. JOHNSTON. . . . . .Engineering I Qijzxf j I I OSCAR L. KEITH ............... Romance LanguageS ROBERT MACMILLAN KENNEDY. . . ........ Librarian MAX O. KING ............... .... B iology I GUY L. LIPSCOMB , , .Chemistry Eiibf I Page Twenty-eight I I Q, I, ,I I I II Q.- -I ,QQ 1 A. he-mit 1 NI :lu W1 GH J. F FRA Ro B Jos: EAI 5. v "N-.. I-gk ., wivvfvwasx A .z 1 A 14.54 if An In llghfltl Q I I l Ml' MW i!""V ,f R-if ,win , F gg f MAURICE MATTESOMN. . . WILLIAM C. MCCALL. . . GEORGE MOCUTO1-IEON. . J. RION MCKISSICK. . . FRANK T. MEEKS ...... ROBERT L. MERIWETHER. . . JOSIAH MORSE ......... EMERY TYLER MOTLEY. . R The Faculty . . . . .Music . . .Education . . .Economics . , .Journalism . . .Commerce ................,.History . . Psychology and Philosophy .............,.Pharmacy Page Twenty-nine S 5 , A J ,I - , Qnif: E .. lf 1, 'W ,L 'M aa? fi "'-gn .N -W. . HUGH R. MURCHISON. . JOSEPH E. NORWOOD. . . GEORGE E. OLSEN, Dean D. W. ROBINSON, JR.. . WALTER E. ROWE, Dean LAWRENCE L. SMITH. . YATES SNGWDEN ..... JAMES A. STODDARD. . . Page Thirty The Faculty Qi?-6 Qxiej . . .Bible . . .English .Commerce .....Laiu Engineering . . .Geology . . .History .Education ,f""i'A .. i W, n 4 3 2 i. I I L... WMT2 1 Rees Q' Swans:- it P5TT?2f.- C5551 : - GEVPCQ EUHR? T All: X, Bm , Bi., 3 - v Hp. -A L 11 Rljig. -.M B"'Tx wiv' gulf , Q f.:"'h 3' frn, F V I . gjxlul if ! . . ul ' ' UNH. b' Q Dn',IH'v' D0 'x 31 Y'g . -Eu 'I S. ij . '-fait? ia3taNGi.'.'F1 '-'f ' Y 1 ,. Al' 1 535. 3 Q ? S I he Faculty WALTER D. STROTHER. . . . . . . . .Pharmacy ROBERT L. SUMWALT. . . .Engineermg P bl STEPHEN T AEER .... .... G eology P " M. KERSHAW WALSH. . . .....,.. . . .Psychology 'JW' Gif 'YI 'J ff PATTERSON WARDLAW . . . ...... . . .Educarzon IAN- CHARLES H. 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Brown, Bruce, Bryant, Buff, Burns, Byers, Calhoun, Cantwell, Carmichael, Case, Causey, Clyburn, Cobb, Coggeshall, Cole, Collins, Comalander, Cone, Connor, Converse, Cook, Cooper, Cox, Creech, Crouch, Crow, Culbreath, B. R. Davis, I. M. Davis, Lois Davis, Dean, Denny, '. R. D. Derrick, W. C. Derrick, Dubose, R. M. Dukes, W. R. Dukes, Dupre, Durant, B. Eargle, H. C. Eargle, , Ellian, Etheridge, Fagan, Faile, Fair, Fallaw, Faulk, Fleming, Floyd, Fogle, Ford, I. B. Foster, L. L. Foster, fix Funderburke, Gambrell, Garvin, Gathings, Geiger, Gerald, Gettys, Gillam, Gray, Green, Gressette, Grier, fffif D. L. Gunter, H. Gunter, Hallman, Hammond, A. H. Hardin, C. P. Hardin, S. E. Harlee, L. Harlee, E. Harmon, H. O. Harmon, M. L. Harmon, Hawkins, Hendricks, Hightower, D. E. Holliday, S. E. Holliday, ' M. L. Hollis, O. W. Hollis, Hook, Hooker, Hoover, Hopkins, Horton, Houck, Hudson, A. C. Hughey, M. L. Hughey, Hurse, Hutchinson, D. R. Irby, I. S. Irby, M. E. Irby, James, Ieffords, Jennings, Johns, Johnson, I. E. Jones, W. W. Jones, Kaminer, L. M. Kinard, M. M. Kinard, Kinsey, Kirkland, Kirton, Knight, Kramer, Langley, Lemmon, I. A. Lewis, K. Lewis, K. I. Lewis, W. R. Lewis, Ligon, Livingston, Logan, , Lomas, Love, McBride, McKallum, McIntosh, McKeown, McLendon, Magalis, Marsh, C. B. Martin, G. E. -- Martin, M. C. Martin, Matheson, Mathis, May, Melton, Miller, V. Muller, R. L. Muller, New, Orander, Ott, F A' Park, Parker, Parler, Parrish, Pate, Perry, Pittman, Polk, Porter, Powell, Price, Prince, Richardson, Rigby, R. A. Riggins, W. C. Riggins, Riley, Rimes, Ritch, Ritter, Roach, Robinson, Rollins, E. M. Roof, F. L. Roof, '. Q, I. E. Roof, Sattertield, Scott, Shelley, Shriner, Simmons, Simpson, E. O. Smith G. L. Smith, T. B. Smith, Sparrow, Springs, Stabler, Steele, B. L. Stewart, W. W. Stewart, Still, Stone, Summer, Taylor, Tidwell, ' .X Toal, Togneri, Thompkins, Trotter, A. M. Truesdale, E. Truesdale, Turbeville, Turbetill, Wald, H. C. 'Q Walker, Ir., P. Walker, Wallace, Wamer, West, Whipple, White, Whittle, J. D. Williams, M. C. Williams, C. D. Wilson, J. C. Wilson, Wingo, Wolfe, Womack, Wright, Weyman, Youmans, Zeigler. ,'i,xf": ,, . t Q, , llyngx 'Lf y r 1 Page Thirty-three Y 3f:f.,l!i-5z"!ify,1'fx'-diiirllgk.,itlfii gi' ,, ,IJ nrlk. ,tm X V , V.z.M,v.Puf 4. In A-fi 4, ,Vt Y . I A r J ,.r,. .. .- . AI-A--MA--fWf'f:f'T+f'Iffff? I S, , H 41 I Ig I I f T sv Xt ,I f L .xv :Xi :NQQIZ K RSX? E2i?'S,'x!'. BE, ,P ,f L . . A 3. , . . r- ALLEN, T. E., IR. ASTON, W. G. Avcocx, W. T., JR. BAUKNIGIIT, WILFRED BELL, J. D. BELL, W. E. BELLINGER, G. K. BERRIE, D. A. BLACK, H. N. BOLTON, A. P. BOMAR, E. G. BOORIIARD, W. B. BRANDENBURG, J. R. BRIGGS, T. H., IR. BRIGMAN, F. C. BROOKS, R. E. BROWNE, D. A. BRYAN, C. H. BULL, XV. B. CALLAIIAN, XV. O. CARSON, T. D. CAUGIIMAN, C. D. CIIATMAN, C. C. CLAFI-'x', R. F. COKER, H. J. COOPER, T. W. COOPER, XYILLIAM CONVAN, S. O. CRAIG, C. R. Page Thirty-four School Of Engineering WALTER E. ROWE, Dean CRAVEN, R. L. CROMER, O. D. CRUM, W. E. CUNNINGHAM, G. L. DAVIS, T. P. DENNIS, W. S. .DENT, F. C. IJINKINS, WILI.IA1NI IDUNBAR, J. C. DUPRE, A. H. EARGLE, W. E. EDWARDS, E. E. ELLIOTT, M. G. FANNING, H. A. FARNAM, H. W. FARNAM, VV. O., JR. FISHBURNE, R. P. FOWLES, J. H., JR. FREEMAN, L. F, FRICK, C. A. FULMER, R. E. GARRISON, J. M. GAUSE, BENJAMIN GILLESPIE, J. L., IR. ULADSTONE, S. M. GUY. W. F. HAMILTON, LEG.-ARE I'I.-XMLETT, H. E., JR. HAIVINIOND, A. H. HAND, S. D. ITARMON, S. C. HARMON, VV. F. HIKRPER, J. F. HERIOT, L. W. HIGGINS, I. T. IHIZA, M. W. HOTINGER, R. W. HUFE, A. XV. ITUTTO, W. C. JOYE, F. M. KARICK, B. F. KEN NEDY, R. F. IJEARDO, P. A. LEWIS, B. F. LUCAS, F. H., IR. LYON A , J- - BTCCARRELL, A. H., IR. BTCCARRELL, E. W. MCDUEFY, A. D. MASON, A. H. BI.-XXEY, R. B. BIEEHAN, C. S. T. BIIMS, I. L. MOORE, I. O. MORRISON, T. R. BIOSELEY, M. D. 7 X I' ' - ' " V ' A 4 , y - 'I ., AI. A.. ' Ak V xiii my ix 'ft A if, 3 'i A 'l , U Igx 1' "xx lQE".,?':,5,L,'fy."Okkiifggf'-fl,,I14h-x5!'-Mtg? PINCKNEY, ROGER PLATT, LOYD POWELL, E. M. PREACHER, G. H. RANKIN, L. E. RILEY, C. A. RILEY, F. C. ROBERTS, J. N. ROWLAND, T. E. RUFF, I. D. SANDERS, J. D. SHARP, J. R. SHELTON, B. J. SMITH, W. L. SMOOT, L. F. STEWART, DOUGLAS STODDARD, R. I. THOMPSON, I. E. '1xRULUCK, R. G. TYLER, E. M. VIATER, H. R. WALKER, C. R. WARREN, G. VV. WATSON, G. P. WATSON, R. M. WHITE, G. H., JR. VVILLIAMSON, S. D WOLF, H. C. I II Y. U - I It .,. 1, O 274 Si' V, if 35x ,. .. gn: W -I ,AJ I9- "fi 'f Vzi .P 'if' V+. fu If f f.. .A I 1? ICT IA: VU 1. I IZ. Vi" ,.I1 Ik ij: 3r- T . O T .I 1 v ,,. Lf' Ig' If f Ju lv lj, -I z, -0 Ha, XTX ILL, J, WV wj. TW . Az 'W AL Ik, ,L M' . ,J -3--. I . ,, . I wr :Q-Q. -, L-,. . ,IQ .. I ,, J- 1-4- rx MAI," 'I' . fl :?'fQ:i 5 3 3" , rj 1 ' , 12g '59 Hp- .. J ,- .lf 1z'4 Q . TLT TQ? fs. C13 3, "-ui 33, .1 ".l. -15, .3 Q TI ,.1 'ga I I r, I., .uf , Ami DLJIV' 3 I D-.H I. , I 1 I lib? I ,Cv IQ f .G Ver :Qi Iwi XJ .M .Ni .xx IFB I , X.. - ,QF z., waz., '04, he . , .4 ' 1 1 ' L , XX 5 . " I.: "S f . 5 5.1, ff is ,L "LIT ' sd , I 3.3 if I . 55 . ig . X., A--If I Q4 fig All I 1' I I '23 XZ: iq' 4 J". . N ,153 .y' Q H 1. 7 .,' fv x", 1 "ix .. "f X 14' I 1, ,A . . , . fb . fx. f , T-I P GI 1 'FI x VJ' . 5 ,Ti M ki' . if, . 3? xl! ,K L xg 'Z xlf' . 44 I. vw. ,X .I fy .,,,, rjj-, LI ,Uri .g. Viv' f. . 'JI .rgnf I ' fi 4, 1 I .LW ., ,l'. RZ . ,XR 1 ff Q7 AK' f 1 Q .',A Q ,Joi I, 71. I., Ll' fa I. . Ii! K. 1, QI 'Z .Iii A 151, A 'I in r A -ff E O. .. ,... .., ANTLEY, H. R. BATES, A. D. BETTS, PANNY BLACK, FRANCES BLODGETT, EVELYN BROOKER, N. W. BROUCHTON, W. C. BRUNSON, M. C. BRUNSON, W. A. CARVER, G. E, COGBURN, OLA CLARK, MAY COOPER, KATHRYN COPELAND, EDNA DOAR, RUSSELL DUKE, H. L. DUKE, R. H. FLOW, J. W. School Of Journa J. RION MCKISSICK, Dean GAINES, W. F. GANTT, FLORIDE GOODALE, NELL IIS HAMMETT, ELIZABETH S. HAMMOND, VIRGINIA HARVIN, F. M. HERBERT, H. N. HEYMAN, H. S. JEEFORDS, W. G. JONES, C. L. KARESH, M. W. KINGMAN, H. W., JR. KRAWCHECK, J. L. MCCORMICK, H. E. MARSHALL, ELIZABETH MAY, G. L. MITCHELL, ANNIA MONTEITH, ELIZABETH ffl MORSE, J. M. OSBORNE, ETI-IEL PATTERSON, ROSE PENLAND, DOROTHY PETIT, J. P. Pms, J. W. REIVIBERT, D. H. ROGERS, E. P. . ROWAN, T. H. RUMPH, P. L. RUTLEDGE, J. A. STEVENSON, FOY STRICKLIN, ELIZABETH THOMPSON, W. A. WALL, MAYRE WANT, I... M. WICKER, SARA WISE, MARIE Page Thirty-H U9 ANDERSON, J. C. BAKER, G. B. BATES, J. S. BENNETT, VV. N. XV. BRONVN, C. W., JR. BRONVN, R. L. CIIANDLER, L. D. COOPER, E. H. DORMAN, J. K. DREXIEI., F. C. EDMUNDS, C. M. EIIRIIARDT, VV. C. B.-IILI-:x', F. H. BRANIIAM, E. L. BURN,C.1l. BYICRS, NV. B., JR. DEPASS, ll. E., JR, DIINIIAR, C. R. FOLK, J. R. GREENE, J. C. GUARINO, R. N. HALL, L. G. BOYD, XY. C., JR. BRICE, J. S. CLARKE, F. K. CUI.I.uIsI, N. E. DICRERT, L. S. DOIISON, R. NY. IDORN, H. H. Page Thirty-six School Of Law J. NELSON FRIERSON, Deaf! FIRST YEAR FARR, E. F. GARVIN, L. A. GRIER, F. B. GRIER, R. W. GRIMSLEY, C. K. HARDY, ARCHIE, JR. HARTZOG, B. G. HARN'EY, J. H. HINGSON, H. M. L. HYNIAN, B. VV. KEELS, W. F. KERSHAW, T. G. LONG, J. R. SECOND YEAR HILDERRAND, R. B. HIOTT, J, C, JOHNSON, E. W. LISTER, R. L. LYBRAND, D. K. RICCABE, 1.1. RICCUEN, G. M. BICLEOD, XV. J., IR. RICTEER, C. NV. RIILLXGAN, M. R. RIOSELEY, S. B. THIRD YEAR EDGERTON, R. XV. ELLIOTT, W. W, FUNCI-IESS, R. Y. HUTTO, J. A. KIRVEN, E. B. RIAHER, R. T, RIOISE, LI.-XRION MATTHEWS, I. B. MIMS, M. H. MORRISON, J. B. NESMITH, V. E. PEECKSEN, H. R. PERRY, J. M. RUBENSTEIN, MAX SI-IECUT, L. C., JR. SPRUILL, J. A., IR. SWINK, RANDOLPH TIIORNTON, B. C. WILLIAMS, I. C. PARK, J. F. PRITCHARD, E. K. SAWYER, A. N. SINKLER, HUGER SMOAK, H. H., JR. VERNER, I. S., JR. WALKER, LEGARE, JR. WHITE, B. W. WILLCOX, H. LAB. WOOD, F. W. RITTENBURG, A. A. ROBINSON, ALICE L. SEARSON, R. P. SEIDEMAN, JULES TINSLEY, W. D. WILLCOX, E. L. WILLIAMS, J. K. I C I I 'al 'o A fl nal! , . ll 8 -,D gi xfi pl O ppl O 3 5 I LM I fi A+. fl 'NIJ 5 n --4, A ,, ,, .' I. 1 4 ZA 'f X . ' .H , - N. . ' .'-4, -' .LI ,xl 'Ii-FTM I- If rf L7 'AiIW'1DYf' Zvi!! ?V'fxkUl!.u'i Q :I":XV':W'ITLl :WITV :-N"'.IVQSX"7XVLx"Jv 'Tw .-...W R' I I I . if- . C in 1. .A s,.,m. .4 ,.., ." lx A ,aux . ,.. ,, IH, I V ', f., 1 V L f In .W .Us Z., "rg I.. HN 5 nu I ,-X I 1 . 1-, v I ANDERSON, C. B. BAILEY, D. B. BELL, P, F., JR, BERRIE, LOUIE BERRIE, W. F., JR. BIGHAM, R, H. BLAIR, C. T. BLAIR, THOMAS BRUTON, C. M. CALHOUN, J. C., JR. DOWLING, W. M. DRUMM, W. H. FERGUSON, T. B. FLYNN, J, M. School of Pharmacy EMERY TYLER MOTLEY, Dean PUNDERBURKE, J. D. PUNDERBURKE, O. L. GALGANODA, ANTHONY GARRETT, R, H. GASKIN, R. E. GIBSON, F. C. . HARRELL, E, D. HESTER, E. E. HUNTER, S. L. HUTTO, L. H. MACAUALLY, J. D. MAGILL, T. H. MAGRUDER, P, A. MARTIN, W. K. MATHEWS, R. P, MORRISON, R. W. O'BRYAN, PACE, A. L. G. B. PAGE, JERRY PLAYER, J. O. POOL, J. C. PORTER, CHARLOTTE G. SISTUNK, R. D., JR. TAYLOR, C. O. TOWNSEND, W. C. TURNER, E. H. WELLS, T. H. WHITE, L .B. WHITE, R. L. Page Thirty-seven I -. I .mm . , x - ,x.. . nl ,fir .:, ,.,, 'YJ' c' 7'3" H T ?., F -gf-f T4 ., ., , . xx . x Y-S4 fa 'fi 5' fa Q .U .J f-eff: ffl ix 2'-C-4 rg 3157 11,4 5 fx' GEN J ILC 55' iii? F iff ff. IFLN .Xu --Q W .rj 5: "if KEN ff! if' QL.-T51 D 5 'Q 4-V . 'ki E 55' Q13 F 'Ei' 1511 Q 1? If ' 6 ' fffifg si' . wif ? F9 fr, 13'1-57, 13- f " . 4-I IFN 4 ,Lf-I. 635 qf..Sf.7 ii 'Ffiif cf... 3' T' KCI Tfrifi' 4 'fe 0' Q Ng jf-4.3, :Q vii: lf .x Q .T I 'xl n Ai I 'L . Q1 M1520 4'-In fix Q, pf' ' .A,...' 1 MQ4 4 ,,, , Q. My 0 J 5 ,. Q, 9.11. Frm-Qza if AX A14 F 1'7,"X ' - SN IH rf' V 3' A. N4 . . lg R N -I r 1 '1 A WIA, ,.x.,+gA. A 1 F , -. VXI x vm. 'K , . -. menus- .-...Q I i Department of Bible HUGH R. MURCHISON, Chaplain and Professor of Bible Alman, Arant, Anderson, Asbill, Aull, J. E. Brown, Burns, Battle, Bennett, Borneau, A. L. Bradley, Brant, C. F. Brown, S. E. Brown, Bynum, Bell, Berry, Bowles, Banks, Beacham, C. M. Bethea, F. E. Bethea, E. H. Brown, Barnes, Blakely, J. J. Brown, Bowen, Barker, Bentley, Betts, Mary Bradley, J. M. Brown, Case, S. A. Clark, Calhoun, Carmichael, Croft, Comslander, Carroll, Cole, G. H. Cone, Cox, Craig, Crouch, Culbreath, Carter, Culbertson, Calk, Carson, Inez Clark, Cromer, Cross, Coker, M. L. Cone, Cohen, B. R. Davis, Duke, H. V. Durant, R. E. Durant, Devlin, Doty, D. G. Davis, W. C. Derrick, DuPre, Dudley, DnBose, M. N. Derrick, Ellian, Eatmon, Edens, J. B. Fishburne, Faile, Flow, Faris, Farmer, W. H. Fish- burne, C. E. Floyd, Freeman, Funderburk, Fersner, Fagan, Fellers, H. McK. Floyd, Foster, I. A. Fishburne, Gee, Geiger, Gunter, Gathings, Mary Green, Gibbs, Gramling, R. F.. Gressette, K. P. Griffin, Gettys, Gray, Bruce Gressette, E. NV. Green, J. L. Grifhn, Garrick, Grant, Goodall, Gosney, Harman, Hite, Holliday, Hoover, Haselden, Hawkins, Elizabeth Hough, Gladys Hough, Margaret Hough, Roddey Hough, Hughes, M. I.. Harmon, Hartzog, Hightower, Hancock, H. O. Harmon, Hankins, Havird, Hersey, Hicks, Hooker, M. I.. Hughey, Hall, Catherine I-Iughey, Johnson, NV. VV. Jones, Margaret Jones, M. L. Jones, Jennings, R. N. jones, Joyner, Glenice Kinard, M. M. Kinard, Kingman, Koon, Kirby, Knight, Kafer, Louise Kinard, Kramer, League, J. A. Lewis-, Livingston, Ligon, Lomas, Kathryn Lewis, Magallis, Mims, Mclver, McManus, Mack, M. B. Martin, Mikell, Milhous, M. VV. Martin, M. C. Martin, T. A. McLendon, Morris, Mayfield McDaniel, McMillan, Muller, XV. A. Martin, McIntosh, Melton, I. M. McLendon, Moss, McElveen, Ninestien Norris, Nickolson, Norton, Oulla, Ott, XV. L. Price, Llewellyn Price, VV. S. Parrish, R. L. Price, C. C. Parker, Pitts, Henry Parker, Pegram, Page, Parsons, Park, VV. S. Parrish, Redfearn, Rhame, M. D. Rob- inson, Rigby, Christine Roof, Riley, Reed, Lillian Robinson, Rowan., Reese, Rikard, Brenda Roof, M. E Roof, Rhodes, Rime, Rich, Ritchie, J. E. Roof, Shackleford, Shand, Shuler, Springs, Stevenson, Sullivan Inez Sawyer, C. I.. Scott, Scholenberger, Shannon, Thelma Smith, Louise Smith, Stewart, H. N. Sawyer Shcaly, Gwynn Smith, Sox, StaI'ford, J. A. Smith, Sherwood Smith, Seay, Shelley, Snelgrove, Suydam Sarah Scott. Truesdale, J. S. Taylor, Threatt, L. R. Trotter, Pinkney Trotter, Turbytill, Turkett, Timmons 'l'oaI, NV. B. Taylor, Togneri, XVaIker, XVysong, VVofford, VVaters, XVatts, Wingard, Weldon, Whetstone XVooiIs, XYaIiI, NVest, XVetmore, XVatson, M. F. XVilIiams, VVyIie, J. C. XViIson, C. D. Wilson, Wright, H. M XYiIson. NViIIiamson, A. H. NViIIiams, XVimberIy, XVhittIe, XVhite, VVamer, Wauchope, J. M. Younginer I.. C. Yonnginer: Yarhoro, Young, C. P. Zeigler, L. C. Zeigler. Page Thirty-ei'ght 3 1 J x 3 1 J lftfry. lx, 7 f. as I Y ,Q ifgg, nu man. . infra. H Ili vga UU!- i'iw:aH!. 5 1619"- 1.V Kuff?- 5.-www u lift- U."ll'1'- Univ' 'bu-Of" xl i I f it U of ' I' ,Jun- s U""' nfl' Tal' 011' ,nb inf" v A lem, MMMMMSQMMMMMWMMMMM TUDE T BODY MMMMMMMMMMWMMMMMM MISS ANNIE Lou RooP Sponsor of Student Body HM Lv o ff-one 3 fi E I X 1 ji? M 1 I 1 A4 4 v A Q 'EYE':WE! EfEA f I Efsf A A 1+ T I 4 . - , Qi - E A EE. L - A ' IYIVIQ-wf,:LmfIQ1.If1ILxffawffgvgvgipwgvggf v i I F . is gg :S-1 wel- Ib' .IQ-I fb-4 A I V. 'Qi' if .QS 4 fa. ,E 4 YXZEZZ' S55 +P-. WE, Student Body I Q Sf? I-ii? xg OFFICERS 4. 13724: ' ' .3,. JAMES DRUFUS GRIFFIN ............... ........ P reszdent WILLIAM WAIGHT ELLIOTT, H. Q . . ........ Vice-President BRUCE WELBOURNE WHITE .... . . .Secretary-Treasurer 1-IE 'L "S 1-if 8' EP '13 ja E 58 bm. DQ? as E0 GQ Q 149.1 g e 'Q Q G-J 6 as-j lg' 5 . ,' Q , u j if Pt le Lily -"ep .cd 4 X313 Page Forty-one Hgh 5, . 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Q- BASS, ROBERT DUNCAN HADDOCK, ERNEST HENRY ROBERTS, IOLA 'iff' 'E BAUKNIGHT, REMSEN HAMILTON, MARY EVELYN ROBERTSON, MINNA BAYNE 12. BERG, CLARA HANNA, CHARLES BELL ROOP, FRANCIS KEARNEY uri 57 BERGMAN, CARL JOHN HARDIN, KATE GLENN ROOP, HATTIE CHRISTINE 1-2-Q' BETTS, ROSE MILLER GRAY, WIL LOU ROOP, LILA PAY p BLAIR, LILLIAN AVERNELL HARRIS, FRANCES ' ROPER, JOHN CASWELL BRADY, LUCY AGNES HAYNES, MARGARET LAURA ROPP, JOSEPH JUNIUS 9, BRETT, SUE MCGLAUGHAN HEARSEY, WALTER Z. ROWE, ADALINE HUME 17. CANNON, THADDEUS C. HELLAMS, MARTHA WESLEY SCARBOROUGH, HARRIET M. S CARTER, ALICE BLANTON HENTZ, FRANCES MARIAN SCHIPELEY, WILLIAM A. Vg! 5:5 CARTER, FANNIE LEE HEWLETT, ANNA LUCILE SCHNEIDER, JOSEPHINE MAY 'V CARTER, ROSABELL HEYWARD, BEULAH HALL SCHUYLER, ETHELBERTA 5:51, CAUBLE, FRANKLIN P., JR. HICKS, JAMES SEIDEMAN, ETHEL A. MCL. I-2: CAUGHMAN, LUTHER O'N. HOLCOMBE, MARY BURGISS SEYLE, ELIZABETH GRADY Tig' 13: CHILDS, ARNEY ROBINSON HOOKER, JACOB THOMAS SHAND, JULIAN BONHAM CLARK, KATHERINE S. JONES, CALLIE ELIZABETH SHERER, PALMER GRIER 9. CLAYTON, CHRISTINE A. KING, MALVENA SOWELL SIMS, FRANCIS EUGENE 45, COATES, JAMES PIERCE KING, MARY CLARE SLOAN, ALLAN POE w COBB, ROY CALHOUN KOON, LEWIS FULMER SMITH, ELLA BLANCHE w-gf lg-0 CORZINE, JESSE LYNN KYZER, VIRGINIA MEETZE SMITH, KLINE HOWELL dig, COULTER, DELLA RICHARDS LANCASTER, MARGARET H. SPEROW, EVERETT H. 158 CROW, MARY ROBINSON LAPSLEY, ROBERT ALBERTI STOKES, RUTH ,gQ, CUNNINGHAM, DOROTHY M. LEMMON, JOHN M. SWEENY, GRACE CAMERON tg. CZARNITZKI, ARVID LOCKWOOD, CHARLES M. TABER, MARION PORCHER .gf 1- DANIEL, JOSEPH MCTYEIRE LUMIANSKI, ROBERT MAYER TAYLOR, LEWIS NATHANIEL Riff' if DAVIS, HENRY GRADY LYON, MRS. JOHN TAYLOR, WILLIAM J ., AJR. My DAWSON, GRACE GORDON MCADAMS, LAURA JEAN TEAM, MARTHA ALBERTA 15" ai: DECAMP, RUTH MCCALL, WILLIAM CHARLES THOMAS, MATTIE E. 15,5 DERRICK, JASPER OTTO MCCUTCHEN, LILLA J . TROTTI, MARGARET HANNA -QI .gp DIAL, ELEANOR MCINTOSH, CLAUDE TURNER, HELEN 4 DOTY, FLORENCE HAYDEN MCKENZIE, PEARLE TUTHILL, HAZELLE BEARD if., Q DOUGLAS, ELIZABETH M. MCMASTER, AGNES RICE VERNER, JAMES S., JR. Q. gOWTIN, NELL MAGILL, SARAH LOUISE WARING, WINGATE ,F UNBAR, ARABELLA S. MATHESON, ROBERT G. WATTS, AGNES. 1 EDWARDS, LOUIS WARD MEDLOCK, ARTHUR WHITAKER, ESTELLE 0529, yu Epps' JENNIE LEE MH-AM, KATE ' WHITE, FANNIE BELLE A' Q FARR, JAMES STERLING, JR. MINNICK, MALCOLM LEE A WILLIAMS, MARGARET F. S IEOLK, SSARRIETT GOETHE MOORE, JOHN BURCHELL WILLIAMSON, HARRY F. 2 QQ FSS-DER EEEEUIEQLCOT MYERS, JOHN CHARLES WILSON, CLEMSON MAYER 2, y FREEMAN ELIZABETH N NICKELS, FRANCES BELLE WILSON, JAMES KIRVIN 42? FRIERSON' DAVID ETHAN. IIZARISER, EMMA SADIE WRIGHT' HELEN VINNEDGE 4' B? Y EAI, ELIZABETH ZEIGLER, WILBUR CLIFTON - . 'Shi PETTIT, RUTH , V' -e .QF . Q 5' , Z Page Forty-six ,I ,3,.,LT,,,,3,,,, if ,,,,,, ,,, 5 C 4 , W . L A 0 6 AX A IIN AAN A1156 A456 AZISAQNAM5 QI, .1111 " w',,I Q., 5 U11 V WMV fy N .A A, I . Miss ELIZABETH STOKES Sponsor of Senior Class ul X, v I ,v ,U ,Yi 1 ,x 1. r v , w M15 wt -E f ,ft ,U ,P v ' Y 1 gs v,. w Pi 'OF ,Il Y I ,J x ww ix 15 svn, 51Q1l5'Nf7 z. 2g!1gQ:5hf'if. ' ap- 'X JR KWH v., 5 uf 555K fqg- fi ' , Cu .Wiizg 3 P, N. L-fls 'Q .Q Siva Q g 'U C.. .Q ol Ill OD ll 900 ID ,i 7 ,1 J 7 I r, .., i I ., A. .,,.g, h W H Senior Class OFFICERS WARREN CAREY GREGORY. . , ...... Presidenr C. D. JOYNER, JR. ...,.... ,...... V ice-President ELIZABETH THOMPSON. . . . .Secretary-Treasurer SARAH L. BOWLES.. ,..... Historian . I." ' . . . ' 1 ui .,. ,jk ...f ,vx,..5 5. . , .ly ., rl, ,,, F,,, , V., V . i . 4 . 4 . V , 82. Q 53' A 9 0 959 JN C23 A .um Page Forty-nine -,Y x i. D , kr... ,E-. -.l .. , v . . nl' J Jr I 3, VL? !.E...,.,.,x MPX, it RR ,'P,,,Al A. Lek, ,. ,, .yr A.. 1, x X I ,A ,., if 'f '. f K 5. A fy gp. mf ,, wi '-.. 1' uf'- E g -, A., ,-X X A 3 .- ,4 ,413 rr' r 'A . I -P .14 K ri 3. 'lv Fix R.- .qi -.,- ' 5' AX K' ,C w 1 .":.N 1' 1 .1, ,Af ni. .F if .S vi . f., N , H .fl K., M K ,up ?.,. x .T ,. ,-,Q .A k 4 If ,,. 'f i J ye 3 K. ,f , .,.. I ,.,f 'TI I . ,- Q 1 4 i 41I'- ' ,fy A -fi lk.. . r '.,- 's 1.. 4, . m Q L vb ng , ir- f x , 1 . A ,J . , . .- , 1. wffwx -xx Y w . l 1 up wx 1 xr E- fvw f 3-:fibf f.f'N 51 ..',..TfE S", ,Q N'-., ,W .hx R A. 1, 51129 :fx "Wx lf.. ' j.-para r, .' -A , nj, 0 .- .' -1. . , -,. , Ax 14' F X ' TS S. .V .Q Y'-.W M ' L ',,M.J . . LIYLC 4 X . . , .E . x - C . x 5 5 5 5 5 5 1 lr S F Q I 13 11 11 ,. QV. Q I T xl N . Q, 4, 12 ,. ., . 1, iw .. 3 l I I 8 i f 1. 1 gi 1. ll' .. el i J jr gr 1 gl l U 1 gl l 1 4 w F W V i f ,L 4: i, W E 5 CARROLL PAUL ABRAMS Candidate for Degree of B.S. in Commerce LAKE CITY, S. C. KI' E II Secretary Glee Club C115 Manager. Glee Club C.2Dg Vice-President Troubadour Club, President Phi Epsilon P1 C4D. "Oft seen but ne'er heard" can well be applied to Carroll. Quietly, with an unassunjed modesty he has gone about his work so conscientiously for the past four years that many of us have been unaware of his presence. That Carroll is both ambidextrous andmusi- cal is well known by anyone who has ever heard him make a Xylophone cry for mercy. Somewhere 1U the world an opportunity waits for him and no fear need be felt as to his making a success of it. '-lent:-'ir JOHN COKER ANDERSON ' Candidate for Degree A.B. CONWAY, S. C. Clariosophic Literary Society. Since his arrival at Carolina, Coker has absorbed and appropriated for his own a generous portion of culture and knowledge. Reticent almost to an extreme he nevertheless possesses the qualities which are indispen- sable to success. He is consistently friendly, always practical, optimistic and sympathetic, a friend in whom conndence and respect grows increasingly with close acquaintance. We do not predict that Coker will be a Iustinian in his chosen profession, Law, but whatever he does will be done efficiently, conscientiously and honestly. What more could be said? 'ub'b'i- MARGARET ROBERTSON AYCOCK Candidate for Degree A.B. COLUMBIA, S. C. A A Il: A K I' Euphrosynean Literary Societyg Charter Member, Beta Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Delta Pig Vice-Presi- dent University Chapter U. D. C., Vice-President C4Dg Art Staff GARNET AND BLACK CSD, Art Editor GARNET AND BLACK C455 Sketch Club CID, CZD, C3J, Pan-Hellenic Council of Honorary Fraternities Quiet, unassuming, somewhat reserved-now look ont! 'She's foolin'-but that's one of the attractions of Margs personality. Between friends and confidentially, she s got a pet aversion and it's math. But mathemat- ics and artistic temperament never did go together. "Marg" IS sincere, sympathetic and an ideal pal. In speaking of her as a student, as an artist and as a friend one has to use superlatives, 'cause she's just that kind of a girl. l I sf' 1 P1 t 'A 1 it , 1 it ,Sis . V v x Vin 7113 I . t K it '1 Sv 1 1 n Q!! V IPA Y vt inf 'ls if t 1 r W I rl' 4 1 Nag Wh if . Ve 'av fit 1 1' l milf . tt -:et 192 it ll- li, I N Q ' Ia' x7.l O If gli 'V Q.-v"2: Mg! lf' pf Jap! 0:4311 475 fini.. 0'4" I 2 rw- n .nav ff .ali-'W' zl1f ICJVIQ A351535 1 'iii THRUQQH Pmilksi 'h'04,.9,,. Nw-1u,:,, ,- T0!17,.'-R ?f1"Q.i. :,u.""svt 'Thu 'I ag., 1 t""" nie A EJ-Q Cf f'."H.,,"'f ', 921-A :NRL A-.' 's""-."f- :ics flu fs"s""a-'I B'rt.'l.5fu N-a'q"'N., Q, g's' :MA S' as i E 1 Y 8. .gd ' 1 .X A vi. 1 f x 1 :Q . lf- i if , ,"-wg, : 1 fl 2 24 .ig E: .. 3 1 'rx '- 22. au i 1-i fi ., f l 1 1 Q 5 it E , ,J . 5 E ? F . Q "xi ,al 3. 1 , J' 3 1' 25 .. it f 5 . mi -if Ti Eiffel -43: K I' a f. b, gig, . S ii, .v-WFILX i ' Q if . .4 . W1 . il! . ff" Jig, r .--, Mini 5 W., , I pl 3, I S . All t js A T ig Ai rl. . ,I . .Q ,- ,X U i I 15 9 ,fa ,, . 541 . .fl MARY CARTER BARNWELL Candidate for Degree A.B. FLORENCE, S. C. A A H Euphrosynean Literary Societyg Y. W. C. A., Ath- letic Association, Hockey Team CZD, C4Dg Basketball Team CZJ, CSD. To know her is to admire her. Her personality. is a perennial question mark, a cryptic symbol of silence and mystery, one whose motives and intentions are not easily guessed and whose seeming indifference and seriousness constitute an alluring subtlety. But to her intimate friends she is somewhat different. They see a witty, mischievous, light-hearted person to whom char- acteristic frankness and sincerity lend an added charm. Who would not call such a one friend? 'ul' '39 'i' CURTIS ODELL BELL C071-dlzdldtf for Degree A.B. LANCASTER, S. C. Secretary and Treasurer Graduate History Club 3 Assistantship in H1storyg Scholarship Clubg Clario- sophic Literary Society. This sturdy lad came down from the red old hills of Lancaster, forgot his' childhood frivolities and entered from the first into an apprenticeship of learning. Firm has ever been his tread in the classic halls of erudition. Classroom walls, however, have not been able to confine his activities. His strong physique has given him prowess in sports, his silvery tongue has lent its power in oratory, and his genial disposition and smiling, ruddy face have won for him an admiration unexcelled among his contemporaries. 'ic'-i"i4 LUTHER GEORGE BELL Candidate 'fm' Degree B.S. EDGEFIELD, S. C. Y. M. C. A., Freshman Council, Senior Cabinetg B. D. G. Leader, Board of Directors, Delegate to S. V. M. at Detroitg Critic Clariosophic Literary Society, Intra-Mural Football 121, C3Jg Thornwell Clubg Baptist Club. This is station U. S. C. broadcasting to receiving set VV. O. R. L. D. If you would know a true scholar and a real friend, meet George. He came to us from the rugged hills of Edgefield. He b-'ought with him a strong personality, a consuming desire for knowledge and adequate cranial facilities. He seemed to embody the proverbial strength of the hills. If you would follow his steps then from the hillsides of simple farm life to the zenith of the medical profession, you must travel. My final word to a son like you is "Carry on, my son, Carry on." A ANDREW PATTERSON BOLTON Candidate for Degree C.E. ' LYKESLAND, S. C. "Pat" is one of the most conscientious engineering students that ever trod the halls of Sloang in tact,. S0 conscientious that he spends the majority of .his time in the Testing Lab "making little ones of big ones' and pulling at steel bars and balls. K He may be a "rambling wreck" but he's no 'h- of an engineer. 'i"i--mls' SARA LILLIAN BOWLES Candidate for Degree A.B. in Education COLUMBIA, S. C. A 2 Y. W. C. A.g Euphrosynean Literary Societyg Alpha Gamma Club, U. D. C., Treasurer of Delta Sigmag Historian Senior Class, Sorority Editor of GARNET AND BLACK. Sally is like a ray of sunshineg once she enters your life there's no more gloom. She's the type of girl whose friendship you want to keep forever because she's sin- cere, dependable and quite Ucollegiately optimistic." With her friendly personality she can adapt herself to any occasion and no matter what happens she always sees the sunny side. Keep it up, Sally, for we wish there were more like you. 'irskdr JAMES CURTIS BROCK Candidate for Degree A.B. UNION, S. C. Hercules Club, Blue Key, Ki E K ,Scribe of Block "C" Club, Clariosophic Literary Society, Glee Club CID, CZJ, C359 Legare Honorary Scholarship in Philosophyg Freshman Cheer Leader, First Assistant Cheer Leader CZJ, Cheer Leader UD, C-U5 Scholarship Clubg Union County Clubg Drum Major of Band 133, C453 Secretary, President Hercu- les Club, Joke Editor Gamecock C3D, HD. Brock has been a conspicuous Figure on our campus for four years. As an assistant cheer leader for two years, and as head cheer leader for the other half of his college career, he has been a complete success. He's the man who's made cheeiing what it has been on Mel- ton Field: and it was chiefly through his eHorts that Fox Movietone was attracted to our campus to take views of our Co-ed Cheering Section, and that our Gamecocks received inspiration to defeat such teams as Chicago, Virginia, Maryland and Furman. i 42' . We y il QQ. yr I iliif NJ' x Q F iii? :il if f if , , ,926 li ,J , tar ,nga if If "Vi i. 4 4 13' t f fl 1221, ie. .TQ ly: ii fs.: iii Mit! ii" Mi! wk. ii-'As ilfl if ' fi' ff ffifji ' i rt -, lififi Bliss 3. J . .- it e"' .fl 'E lil' 3 it riffs 1ilA'?5 lllf it Wear? Wify ijmil 1 :sg f i is il l fl Self if , hit !'. 1 Wm., 1 . if i Ill 1 ll-l -1:84 una-f '- all hoansloag unsung-gun Uilllaj Icing K B . "3 Pla fa sung Lgisiwg. 'Uh 'F- Q... ,,:.'2'f' Q N, 'M N 3.t'E'1 fs mb CHARLES WILLIS BROWN Candidate for Degree B.S. in Commerce DARLINGTON, S. C. Charlie has firmly established himself in the hearts of his classmates and fellow students as a likeable, and above all, a dependable fellow. The necessity of holding down a position with a well known firm in Columbia has curtailed his participation in many student activities, but just assure as 10:15 rolls around on Saturday night, he can be seen making his way to the regular old "Saturday Night Dance." Would.a dance be complete without Charlie? It might, but quiet a few females would be disappointed. - Q We are looking forward to having him back with us in the law school next year. +'i+ RICHARD LEWIS BROWN Candidate for Degree B.S. GREENVILLE, S. C. A E II Dick came here from Berea College three years ago and has been earning a degree in Commerce. In his spare moments he has helped us poor erring students in our .library difficulties. Strange as it may seem, Dick has developed a queer law complex and as a result is training himself for the profession. W'ell, good luck, Dick. We know that your first stop will be the chair of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. +wf+ WILLIAM ALEXANDER BRUNSON, III Candidate for Degree A.B. in Journalism FLORENCE, S. C. KEQ OAK: EAX: EXP Grill Clubg German Clubg Cotillion Club, Euphradian Literary Societyg Chanticleer'Clubg Undergraduate His- tory' Clubg Associate Editor 121, Managing Editor, The Gameeockp Athletic Editor 125, Senior Editor 135, Editor-in-Chief 145, THE GARNET AND BLAcK"g Solo Clarinet 111, 125, 131, 14J, University Band, Manager and Clarinet University Symphony Orchestrag Glee Club 1313 Assistant-Department of Journalism. ' .ANDREW WILLIAM BURNET Candidate for Degree B.S. in Commerce CAMDEN, S. C. E A E3 A E II Bats Club, Senior Leader German Clubg Interfrag, ternity Council 131, C419 Secretary-Treasurer of Inter- fraternity Council 131. Andy is a Southern gentleman of the old school ,tori , which Camden is justly noted. His love for. Carolina and his desire to speak Spanish are two individual characteristics which have strengthened his many friend-- ships. He is notablefor his strength of character and his conscientious ability to work hard. Above all, Andy is a true friend. 'i"l"i' THELMA CARLISLE Candidate for Degree A.B. in Education CARTERET, N. I. "To know her is to love her, love but her, and love her ever." "Thel" came to us from Winthrop, where she spent three years of her college career. She has been with us a year and we are certain that Winthrop is the loser. "Thel" is a good sport and her personality and vivid- ness are further enhanced by an attractive brogue which has endeared her to us all. Thelma is friendly, capable, and lovable. With such qualities we predict for her a bounteous future. .Qur one regret is that she was with us only a year.3 5.1. . ':lr'lz'i:' EUGENE HERBERT CARMICHAEL Candidate for Degree A.B, in Education AYNOR, S. C. K E K Junior President, Secretary, Sergeant-at-Arms, Senior Valedictorian, Clariosophic Literary Societyg Associate Editor, Assistant Editor, Reporter, Gamecock Staff, Charter Member, Scribe C2 yearsj, Kappa Sigma Rappag Cabinet, Campus Service Committee, Y. M. C. A., President Horry County Club. NVell may the independent Republic of Horry be proud of this, her worthy son. He came, ,he saw, he conquered.. He not only made a name for himself, but also for his country. A public spirited lad and always true to his comrades was "Gene" He is always pre- pared to'perform his task and to do it with equal ease, whether it be in the halls of oratory, in the park holding a date Candi this requires a good bit of timej, or dis- cussing Logic or "Bull." Often he has rallied to the staciidarg of his Alma Mater and has served 'her wisely an we . b li 2 .ij tri' gk 5. 1,5 K ,mhz M ,lgv 3' 1 iff illle 1l'i.,2 ,a?,' if Ill. iii 1 IZ ix, if ij' P. if Y il- i 1. Y if 531 5 ii Wm li if ' . H, M. ft A ,t 1, 'QE 1' E fi V J ' .- 2 5.4 s '- 5 .ii i it-1 5' elf il' ' ls gxryial Qltxdf Elk. -- Eiltjff 1 f rf.: 1 Y 126'-lj" ifw? 25153 'I gifm x.: .1-, ai ,fi N l ,if x it ,,, .- 'L.f. ,.. l "tt ,I rf' i' i Ili iv Asn. aw 5 .-rw 5 . 1 I 2 I S iii 'R 4 1 1, ixitif s 1 3 ,M gffffiii ft el F G if i y., I . N ,ln li i 3 ,. S'- .0 57' 1 U -I' 'la fu f ll me ll 3081 I - -.Tflfil inning iCQQa'j I1 5... 5391 dog I-""'5u "llsq.,. xbsilq cya' 'ls 5. sw ' M, " '- 5252. '-LVQ: I 'Was L, U 5 WALTER ROY CHANDLER Candidate for Degree B.S. in Commerce GREENVILLE, S. C. V 0 A K Commerce Clubg Block "C" Clubg Freshman Basket- ballg Varsity Basketball 121, C3J, C4Dg Freshman Base- ballg Varsity Baseball CZJ, C3J, C453 Intramural Tennis Championship, Doubles CID, CZJ, Singles CZJ. 'i"i"1r l AGNES MAE COBB B Candidate for Degree of A.B. COLUMBIA, S. C. A wee small girl, but full 0' "pep," the proverbial bunch of T. N. T. We marvel that so small a bit of humanity could be so popular. By her magnetic per- sonality she is able to "tune in" on all the hearts of her classmates. She is quite a charming specimen of the , and we feel sure that she possesses a sufliciency of that indefinable, elusive quality which brings success to the possessor. We wonder if she isn't going to teach in the largest state in the union next year-the state of matrimony. American girl 'i"i"i' CHARLES WESTFIELD COKER Candidate for Degree A.B. HARTSVII,LE, S. C. H K A German Clubg Grill Club. Charlie is an excellent example of the man who can successfully combine recreation and worke-without rest- ing too much or working too hard. He has never been known to worry, nor has anyone ever' seen him in ,a X bad humor. Knowing such, dear audience, you dont q , need to have a tabulation of virtues set before you- bccause yo11 now know the man. LUCY CATHERINE COLE CfH1fd1'lI0ff6 for Degree A.B. in Education COLUMBIA, S. C. Hypatian Literary Society. Lucy hailed us from Columbia High School in 1925. We were indeed fortunate to get her, for she is certain- ly a valuable student. She was the winner of 'the scholarship medal in high school, and she has certainly upheld her record at Carolina. Lucy is one of those geniuses' who never- speaks. her mind until called upon. She is of a quiet, retiring nature, and those who know her best value her friend- ship highest. If you seek her out, you will find a lady of high ideals and womanly character. We regret to bid you farewell, Lucy, .and we are hoping that your ship of matrimony will sail Columbian SCHS. 'i'4o':3v EVELYN LOCKE COLENIAN n , Candidate for A.B. Degree 1iiUNION, S. C. ' Evelyn Locke, or "Nookie," as the campus knows her, is a good student, a good sport, a good pal. In short, she is a girl in a million. "Nookie" has made a place for herself at Carolina and welll miss her, but knowing how glad she will be to finish, we cannot but rejoice with her. ':Ir"i"i' OSCAR DIXON COLLINS Candidate for Degree of B.S. in Cornrnerce LIULLINS, S. C. K 2 K Wrestling Team, President Bible Discussion Groupg Treasurer of Clariosophic Literary Society C4Dg Charter Member Kappa Sigma Kappa. O. D., as he is commonly known, came to us from the wilds of Little Pee Dee. He quickly won the true friendship of all those with whom he came in contact. Due to his heavy scholastic schedule in the School of Commerce, his opportunities in other lines have been somewhat limited, but despite this handicap he has oc- casionally strayed fiom the campus and been considered a "good catch" among the "weaker sex." He would often appear "lit," but it was a false alarm, because of reasons better known to himself. Wlhile here he has proved himself a good student, a loyal friend, and a real "buddy" in every respect. is R I, 1 3' 5 I 'gli fyf iris! 'Ji i , I i J 1 lil: A 2 i' 1 Mil . M GF 'A if z 'wx is . .-if J I Ugg: ,J if W5 -e. iii! pf? 5 ,I . Elflf ls , bei"- vlp my .. He! H521 EW! i'l...f llifiail ie'-5 . Wifi E X 1 M eip' a l K.. jffafrl 1 1. l 5 F " : flfiie 'A 5 iifafa lr' 5 lag S, iibirf il? Q Nfif 2 rift lz'Lf'l1g fue A .MJ ling? lffxi it lift lizli ii? . v 5 ,i ii-,il . 5,9 I ul af' l 1 .d,'gt4' U i f-'P' :ia p lip' . 4 . 1' L'--"' S .HF 2890. 12.009 ngli twill hull . ti hun 'lv Fibilp U'i9'0'Q 'UEXQQ Hilifu, 5 ibn: 5. lg,-yt' kbhia 'g"'lns . 'Gu Hu.,- 'in umm 'f5:ie5lef':. its S Q if-'421 1,455 :n'b Ns 'M MILDRED LOUISE CONE Ca.-Iztdidate for Degree A.B, FAIRFAX, S. C. l A .K FS II E fll President House Student Government C453 Secretary C25, Tf621Surer C35, President C45, Senior Valedictorian C45g Euphrosynean Literary Societyg Chairman Pub- licity Committee Y. W. C. A. C353 Treasurer of Y. W. C- A. C453 Delegate'to Student Volunteer Conference C25, C453 Corresponding Secretary C25, President Bap- tist Club C35, C453 Editor C25, Assistant Editor C35, "Y" Handbookg Class Basketball Team C35, C45g Hockey -P93-111.625, C35, C455 Baseball Team Cl5, C25, Athletic Association, Co-Ed Association. "A smile for all, a greeting glad, a lovable, jolly way"-has Mildred. Troubles become bubbles when her merry laugh is heard and arduous tasks become pleasant when her willing hands join in. Her adaptability aston- ishes us. We envy the folk who share her life from hence- forthg but we are proud to give to the world a person 1 of her ability and personality. 'il' 'ir 'ic' FRANCES VIVIAN CONNOR Candidate for Degree A.B. in Education WINTER HAVEN, FLA. X Q None can resist "Viv" with her large, deep brown eyes as they look out upon life with some hidden wis- dom-innocently wiseeyes they are, seeing hidden beau- tiesg and yet, behind those eyes the gods have played a trick and endowed her with charm, a mind and per- sonality. If "Viv" had lived "in days of old when knights were bold and did fair ladies pursue" what young knight but would have wanted to pursue her? rr For she is wise, if I can judge of her- And she is fair, if that mme eyes are true- And she is true, as she hath proved herself, May the future pay her homage which 'we i Feel in our hearts is due her." 'i"ir'i- BILL COOPER Candidate for Degree of B.S. in C.E. FLORENCE, S. C. fI1KE:0AK:A-S-C-E Football Cl5, C25, C35, C45g Captain Footballg Base- ball CI5, C25, C35, C455 Vice-President Arrow Clubg German Clubg President Block "C" Clubg Interfra- ternity Council. A smile that wins, a personality that holds, .self- respecting without conceit and a fiendish grit--th1s'1s Bill, who represented the South and South Carolina at her best. Captain of a team that made Chicago bite the dust, smashed Maryland and walloped Virginia! Traditions at our University are old and fine but surely they are sustained in this dashing fellow who combines the glamor of athletics with the full seriousness of academic effort. Bill, you put us on our mettle. . Would that old Florence might send us another! SWAFFIELD OLIVER COWAN Candidate for Degree B.S. in Electrical Engineering COLUMBIA, S. C. II K 11:-5 A. I. E. E.g A. S. C. E. Assistant Manager Football CD, C2Jg Manager Fresh- man Football f3D, C413 German Clubg Sphinx Club. Swaffield, better known as "Swat," is a person of 'mall stature but of great character and intelligence. Belcnging to many organizations and holding many ofhces on the campus, "Swatl' has proved himself cap- able of any responsibility. His college career is one to be proud of, and also one that will be pleasantly remem- Jered. "Swat," we certainly will miss you during the com- ing years and it is hard to give you up, but here's to a happy and successful future for you. 'i'fi"i:' HAZEL CRANE Candidate for Degree B.S. COLUMBIA, S. C. To be graduated with a B.S. in comparative anatomy in three years is no mean trick of intelligence-but to have won the hearts of her friends surpasses even the intellectual manifestations. To understand Hazel's dis- position without making her acquaintance, we refer those interested to Carlyle's epigram: "A paradoaj in 11-a.ture-player of a double role, Is an egozst in body but scorn.: the higher soul." 'lv 'ic' -if' EVERETT C. CROUCH Candidate for Degree B.S. COLUMBIA, S. C. A E A5 'll X Bfllld ill. UD, U53 Scrub Football CU, QZJ, QQ, ."Ed" was a worthy student while at Carolina, and since- he has left us has found his motto, "Service" to be lns ow11. He is now a student at the medical col- lege and is continuing the good work that he began at the University. .rp 7. I I I ill' S U i x 4 2? A L I vu 741 'U Vg, 4 4 4 V2 :fill 71 it 4 fl' rn S1454 74 5 H l My ' 4 rr 4 bl' if ky J Xl ali 7. F' X' . A 75 ll flh Xi N 4 T H 49 '4 lr' mf' f lv' lil 4041 In fur hi ZWVU1' 1 lfhlilly fl :Ilia 'Quit-Q. Bra. V DUMB' E.. HNUYYQ4 ulP"i'vnj 'i?'3g an 3...-C 1lf'g',.. "ru-ruugtq, 'lts4...'Ak'. r-.H .QQ Q. -s 'N T., 'li -Q15 bit' mb rv Q 'in Ah 4 .h5..:L: .s ,U , WA 3,4 ,LP st-J' aff .2 5. D Vw. . ..,,. 'T Q f 3 2 I E w 3 S 2 J 1 i -'I 3 ai if Z if P if.-fa CLARENCE DURELL DAVIS Candidate for Degree B,S, WALHALLA, S. C. 'ir' 'ir 'nl' DIXIE GREGG DAVIS Candidate for Degree B.S. in Commerce BIARION, S. C. Treasurer Freshman Classy Euphradian Literary So- cietyg Freshman Y. M. C. A. Cablnetg Senior Y. M. C. A. Cabinetg Manager Varsity Baseball C355 Block "C" Clubg Leader Bible Discussion Group. Wit is an entirely spontaneous product with Dixie. He is a thoroughbred humorist, deserving the title of gloom-chaser. He is no mere fungrinder, however, for his wit is fortified by wisdom, combining with his win- ning personality to mark him a real executive. This he demonstrated, as manager of the Varsity Baseball Team in 1928. Dick came to the University with the original gang in '25, but with uncanny good fortune, he qualified for graduation a half-year before his class. Good luck to you always, Dixie! 4' -lr 'ie BUTLER CARSON DERRICK Candidate for Degree B.S. in Commerce JOHNSTON, S. C. Scrub Football CID, CZD, f-US Vafslty Football Let' ter HJ. "Casey" has attained fame in several Fields of activ- ity, some mc-ntionable and others notg but we are safe in saying that as the hustling proprietor of the ."Game- cock Pressing Club" he has attained, excepting .his qualities as a darn good fellow, his highest distinction. 'l'here's nothing "Casey" won't promise to do with a suit' from changing the style to the texture of the fabric. Ile has a host of friends who will regret his departure from Carolina. FRANK E. DUBOSE, JR- Candidate for Degree A.B. in Education SARDINIA, S. C. A Clubg A M 411 . . 1 bg V' .P 'lent Delta-Clubg 'Glec Club 13361 1214313 CEli1phradciZn rlilierary Socletyg Scholarship Club. F. E. is everything that the girls wish for! Any time he isn't the "Shiek" of our camPUS, WC UC WOT' ried! Besides his remarkable personality, F. is endowed with good common sense, and a keen Judg- ment. He is most popular on the campus, on the dance floor and in the class room. We will surely miss you, F. E. 'rbi' 'iv ANDREW HIBBEN DUPRE Candidate for Degree B.S. in E. E. MCCLELLANVILLE, S. C. A Clubg A.VS. C. E.g A. I. E. E. Carolina Scientific Society. As Moses was to law, as Steinmetz to electricity, as Lindbergh to the air, so Binks is to the radio. 'To prove it just follow him any time and upon close inspection you will be sure to find some part of a radio protrud- ing from one of his pockets. McClellanville may well boast of her favored son, Andrew. Binks, old boy, we are going to miss you when we call the roll next year, but we will be consoled by the thought that some day we can point to you with pride as one of the class of '29. Q--lc-'air HARRIET VIRGINIA DURANT Candidate for Degree A.B. SUMTER, S. C. CIJXSHZCIUKEK H-Ypatian Literary Societyg Sergeant-at-Arms, Treas- ufef Eta Sigma Phi, Pan-Hellenic Council' Senior House Representativeg Vice-President President Phi' Chl Clubs Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. ' il ' . , , ,A fhlng Of beauty IS a Joy forever." Yes, provided If is more than skin deep-reasons the young man of serious 1ntent1ons.H In which case we dispel his doubts, or he who reads the character of this fair Co-ed has 2lfl3ar1I1311SS1g1Vi113iiedaS1tll3 tfhe geality and fullness of her . , 21 1-C or emlnine pulchritude, loyalty Ofh flrlendship, loveliness of .nature and soundness of Scho irshrp, no recommendation is necessary to those W 0 now her. For. those who do not, especially young men, acqualntanceship alone will Suffice, as .tm . ,I J. 7 l 9 .l F f l f' 5 ,- f T mfr' gm: 5 i 2 I . i 1 ji . i Q 1 ng 4 l , W' J t ...wx 9' I R ti .' nit Wi 4 ll 1, si L5 I VVADE EDWIN EARGLE Ca.1zdia'ate for Degree B.S. in E.E. COLUMBIA, S, C, A. I. E. E.g A. S. C. E. .Carolina Scientific Societyg Le Conte Scientific SO- cietyg Chairman University of South Carolina Branch of the A. I. E. E.g Vice-President Walter E, Rowe Chapter A. S. C. E.g Instructor of '6Electrieal Machine DCS1gI1,,Q Student Assistant in Electrical Laboratory. Among the many friends entering the University each year, surely there is none nobler than "Ed," He is energetic, laughable, and true. Nothing is spared for his friends, and all who know him, love him. His college career has been one of toil and triumph for. he has studied long and hard and come out the winner. ' "The course has been run-" and "Ed" has accom- plished his aim. 'nlr"i-'ic B. C. EDENS Candidate for Degree BS. in Commerce EASLEY, S, C, 'lent-'I' EMMA MARIE EDWARDS Ca11dida.te for Degree A.B. COLUMBIA, S. C. Euphrosynean Literary Societyg Damas Clubg Co-ed Glee Club 125, UD, C4J. Marie is the vivacious personality who graduated in piano, captivated the Co-ed Follies audience with her clever Doll Dance and made "A" on every subject in the same year. This delightful dancer claims that she learned to toe dance driving an automobile fdeveloped her muscles reaching for the acceleratorj and that her ambitions are to interpret Shellcy's "To a Sky-lark" to Chopin's Waltz in E flat and to be llenry Ford's private secre- tary. She is a devoted worshiper of l,iszt's "l'lungarian Rliamsorliesf' Sandburg, Balzac, and Pavlova and is vastiy popular with faculty and students. A star in the classroom as well as on the stage, a talented pianist, an evanescent personality, she is a rhapsody of mannerism, magnetism and grace whom the University and the "Follies" will regretfully lose. ras-we MARY CLARK mimson Caurlirlatf for lh'yr1'r' 44.13- COLIIMHIA, S. U. fl' Xi K 21 K V W. C. A.: Vflfsity llockcy fl'e:nn fll, f2,J'. f-U. mpg' Freshman, Sophomore, junior llfWlKf'Y lffflmffl Sem-emi-y Co-ed Athletic Association: Vt. A. A. Coun- cil' Assistant Manager of fryninastlcs 123: Maiiager' of Gyinnastics C315 Vicc-President, l'rc-siflrnt Phi Chi: Damas Club. Mary is the quintcsscncc of wit, grace, and bcanty'all united to form a charming and attractive personality. Whether on the dance floor or walking across'the campus, she is graceful in every move. , As a friend none can excel her. She has in rccorrl ability to uncon- cernedly and successfully cut classes and go for a spin "up the drag," but what man of the 'faculty would be so base as to charge so charming a girl with a "cut." Carolina has been brighter because she has been here-- but even the sun goes down and leaves the world to darkness. 'ifrlrfk HENRY MERKE EPPS Candidate for Degree B.S. in Commerce LAKE CITY, S. C. 'P H 'PQ A Z II Intra-Mural Football and Basketball: President and Charter Member of the "Three K's." There are few students at Carolina who do not know "Merke," for his attractive personality has won for him a host of friends. Epps is prominent in both social and academic activities. He is a good student but at the same time believes in mixing fun with his work. Good luck to you, "Merke. " Carolina loses a stu- dent, a good sport, and a gentleman. ri-'ir-wb WILLIAM NORMAN EPPS Candidate for Degree,A.B. New ZION, S. C. Hercules Club Track Team C3jg. President Tenement Bible Class QU, f-25, C355 President Clarendon County Club CU. A freshman class of a few short years ago was hon- pred with the presence of this young man. Today we ook back and find the years have fled and he honors another ,classfthe senior class of '29, Each year has lpundnhim withnanlincreasing number of friends. His hnelel gwuchy disposition, his ever present wit and lumor have won him a place ln the hearts of his fel- Ow students. When a bull session is to be successful We 'must have Norman to preside. d0l?1Y:tdEnt.be misled into believing that Norma-n al a e time to be serious. When duty calls he is -Ways Wady- As a result, he is almost ready to 1ecei1ve.h1s much coveted Dip. Even though he spent mUC time at Columbia College, he has proved to be a S gat success here-especially in French. SucCZggyl.t0 gage You leave us, old boy, but the way to Ou' dles C OVC YOU.. We are keeping our eyes upon Y an are all expecting great things. . i if .,'. xy? gwlfdg H ,W 2 'll . g .rnfixll lil! iii ,dx.,i.l 'sd' l 5 ,rw Q if 4 C ASF I .Qs 'ii!: :Q ,.-aah! 4 . ' fi 5 H ,M , In '.f""'s K gf 'll 'Jil i' ggi " xi 1 , A9.."' ,5r'. .I E .4145 I rifle: yfii .vs of it ti iff. bs-0 i i' l IC li A a B .. um ' ,h li 'gag xl .jg ffl td? ln up i ,rl u -will if av " fi uv' A - Q ' J! 'tl s- Hifi .la H 54,510 "T, -I ruff. I pg' I. 'U' :L 'li uv' ' 4 l C ,W 'G' ixll ,gl fs' YA A. 'ff . f I 3 pa' . pf' it 'ak VIOLET ROSALYN EPTING Candidate for Degree A.B, NEW BROOKLAND, S. C. Hypatian Literary Society After spending two years at Newberry College CSum- merland Section5 where she won the "History Medal," Violet entered the Junior class at the University, and has proved herself to he a good student, zealous and faithful to her duty. She is quiet but genial, a friend to all. and ever loyal to Carolina. 'ulrairir MARY LINA FELLERS Candidate for Degree A.B. COLUMBIA, S. C. Hypatian Literary Societyg Athletic Associationg Class Hockey Team C25, C35, C455 Honorary Hockey Varsity C25, C355 Athletic Council C455 Hockey Man- ager C45. If you are looking for a real pal in every way, Mary Lina is the girl. She has played her part in sports, which can he seen from the above record and at the same time has maintained a scholastic standing. VVc still don't know whether Mary Lina is in love or not. Her four years' sojourn here has neither re- vealed to us that she is a "man-hater" or "somel:ody's darling." She keeps us guessing. Best wishes, Mary Lina. 'i"k4e EDWARD MELTON FERSNER Candidate for Degree B.S. in Commerce CJRANGEIXURG, S. C. 'I' H fI1:A 22II:fI1 M A: K E K Glee Cluhg Y. M. Cf. A.g Vice-President Orangeburg County Cluh CI5, C255 Assistant1Sports Editor Game- roek C45g Cflariosophic l,iterzu'y Society. Equally at ease under all circumstances, "Ed" takes a nonchnlant view of life. Because of a cordial man- ner his friends are legiong and in spite of his social propensities, his scholastic standing is good.. Qn thc Cllee Cfluh "Ed" is quite il songlmird and, lnrd-like, hc is fond of "Cfrums." . U , The conhdence "lid" inspires and. his frlcndly dis- position insures for him success in life. I-IEC'roR Mr-KiNNoN I"l,UYlJ Candidate for Ilegrez' !l.H. in Iirlurnlinn BRUNSON, S. C. Floyd arrived at Carolina in 1925 as quietly :ns nn April shower and he has remained .here for four years, making many friends and no enemies. lle has been a champion of the right and a foe of the wrong. Ile has been what nature intended lnm to be and has never ' views or compromised himself to fit the others. Floyd is as eager to help the low and his kind and sensible advice has been star that has led many out of the murky despair Only those who know him inti- altered his thoughtsnof as the high the shining darkness of . , , , mately can know what a priceless gem he is- a friend. 'lt-lei' CHARLIE CANTZON FOSTER Candidate for Degree A.B. COLUMBIA, S. C. K Ai O A K3 K E K Tenement Basketball C153 Freshman Football Squadg Scrub Football CZJ, C355 Varsity Football Letter C4Jg Varsity Track Squad CZD, C3D, C4jg Historian junior Classg Censor, Secretary, Literary Critic, Euphradian Literary Societyg Spanish Clubg Research Assistant of Geologyg Carolina Scientific Societyg Chanticleer Clubg German Clubg Vice-President Kappa Sigma Kappag Secretary Omicron Delta. Kappag Commencement Speaker Senior Class. We seldom find men who are athletes and actively concerned in campus activities graduating with "Magna Cum Laude" and an Omicron Delta Kappa key. Such IS Charlie's record. In accomplishing these things, Charlie has gained a reputation for consistency and efficiency and has created within himself that indefin- able and priceless thing that inspires the absolute confi- dence of his associates. 'lc'-lr-'ale ROLAND EDWARD FULMER Candidate for Degree CE. COLUMBIA, S. C. Kismet Clubg A. S. C, E, VB1QCk "C" Clubg Captain Freshman Football Teamg Ai-2'SE2'affF00fball CZD, C3D, C459 GARNET AND BLACK CUEEFOES! CA red-headed boy .from Columbia has been Stand Chiin in you imagine it? But don't misunder- Universit -. i Cf 1St0I'1Cl0f the most popular boys at the he deserfev Q75-C , QU y one expression gives .him what ready to hSi fprince of a fellow. He- IS always is no do hips f1eQd, and he has no enemies. There has att .U d 3,0L1t him being a good engineer, for he ame hlgh honor 1n all he has attempted thus Eiiilreuslealigzi Old man, we predict for you a great HAROLD WILLIAMS FUNDERBURKE Candidate for Degree A.B. CAMDEN, S. C. Secretary Fresh "Y" Councilg Senior "Y", Vice- President, President Freshman Classg Vice-President Euphradian Literary Society, Georgia-Alabama-Carolina Debate CZDQ Associate Editor of The Gamecock C4Jg University Symphony Orchestra, Band Clj, CZJ, C3D, CLD, Manager C435 Assistant in Economics. Different but not peculiar, he is like he is, because he desires to be that Way. His character is a product of his mind, his ethics, his logic. If you know him intimately you can understand him, if you can under- stand him, he is interesting, if he will interest you, it is because he likes you and gladly reveals his true nature. When he reveals his true nature, you have before you a kaleidoscope of ideas, both realistic and exotic. 4 'zYc'i"i' LEON BERNARD FUNDERBURK Candidate for Degree A,B. Funderburk began his academic work at Furman University prior to the VVorld War. He left school and enlisted for service overseas. After returning from France he taught in the public schools of both North and South Carolina. He taught, as a student professor in ghe English Department of Wingate Junior College, 192 -'29, By diligent use of his time he accumulated sufficient credits by study at Vxfingate College, and the Summer Schools of Furman, Clemson and Carolina to enter the University for the session of 1928-'29, We congratulate him and are glad to welcome him gl our number to receive his degree of Bachelor of rts. 'i'-bi' ELIZABETH DACUS GAINES Candidate for Degree A.B. COLUMBIA, S. C. Glee Club CZJ, C3j, C4j. "Libl' came to us, a wise "soph" from VVinthrop, and has made an enviable record at Carolina inlscho- lastic and athletic activities, saying nothing of the addi- tion she has been to our social life. "Lib" has many talents, but the greatest of these is the gift to touch the "ivorys"-and how! Her grace and charm at the piano holds a great future for her. Not only does she play with ease, she also composes. Last year "Lib" won first prize in the song composition contest. Here's best of wishes to a good student, a good sport and last but not least, one of our "best all-round." "gqjCl1svil0"is1.qtes:5fn1-,w'-'flf1"u'p.,' ii ,. 1. N wg ,. ..., Wx A L ,Q - it -f, 4, I 8 'x 1. ,ir 3 Nc' . . W '-'Q .f A 4' 'X I' 3 f I v l' Fi s gi i it lxlm g 'vat 'if W e'f"' 2 ' 1' l if , r,,f5,',. li l l 5 ,... 51510 n e . v ' " L f .X A- .. iw... ,jj V . . , f'-iff 1,3 FL! .ex -J if wrfa. " 5 7 e jing' 1 ' l X-fed -rf x, may 4 .. .J . r H ,. x ms IP 'ff' .,, t' . I 'ii XO t FLORIDE El,I,l'.'I A GANII G , .un sk H "T'f"'?"7'W'T'fWihi , Candfllalp for l1!'fll'l'l' .fl.II. in ,lnurnulnmx gimp, 5 ' 4. X l A Alllll-1VIl,I.l'Z, S. ff. A '-"' rzgaoxz Kzic rf' IP' Q 'ttn '25g Varsity llnsketlmll Sqnafl, v"'w.,, 3 ,25IiOLCheei?mllgxcle:i, 2263. Co-ed qliditor 'fiA.KNI'1'l' ,mn Kr' R' PM BLACK '28 Assistant l,lterary lzditor, QI, Reporter Q V' x-. F iechcl' ,'27 '233 University llranm Llnlrg llarnas ' ' '-we X S 'lm' L' ' . 11 . fl 1 '29- Y W, lf, A. ffnlnnet fi --X 0- U Club: Gvlf CWM l' CS 'W' - '- '. A ll-1" AM ' ak f 7' '265 Eulwhrosynean l,ltCI'Zll'y 5UCl4'lY, U4 'L 550- J ' t'Fl0'5" personality scintillates and everyone around C 'A wg, U her is subjected, either consciolusly or nnuconscionsly. fag 1 ig ,lr She has a careless efficiency which accomplishes eveiy- N "-J., thing without the slightest effort.. If she likeys you she Aff-M RN has the most devastating cliafmi lf she glfllilsfl I 5' Q fi- 2 g - f the em-t 1, .' e ias a passion or e 21' r ' gd 1.49 A Zealcvlingigtimstaiice she has a new philosophy to justify J 3.3 New 35 U it. She is considered intellectual and lends vitality to Q2 V L., V 7' any conversation. Someone SZllll.Sl1C is like a story ,ke lx: dy lo hook girl-she says and does things that one reads ,,,,,,M,,,1i about, and yet she is thoroughly unaffected and natural. fx 'WMV' Her appeal is dynamic, none understands her, none .if ," ever will. Today she talks of calmhages, tomorrow it rs of kingsg and yet she is the most complete of mdi- s.v.,....,.,,m . viduals and the most complex. F , H , ff' W A 1 A "Oh the greatest thing in life ish truth., she said .r X " ' d time to think a out it.' M z My-it 5 3, U once, I wish I ha mx, M fl ff.: .., ,y ' if s . ,, Q' jan , '59 . Q 4. 4. 4, in l ' ,lj 'ti' 5 lo A if ' FREEDA GANTT ,IP Ca1zrlz'da.te for Degree A.B. in Education Rf - PELION, S. C. S To the casual, observer, Freeda is a dignified, re- F 5, U served, conscientious maiden, but to those who know A M ij, y' her best she is a Jolly good sport and up to all sorts 5 A ' of mischief. . I l Q ' .Freeda is a mixture of friendliness, determination, " vigor, fun and a wee spice of indifference. With' a f J., well-rounded character that embodies all femnnlne i ,R charm and feminine ability, we are sure that her life will be happy and prosperous if "Cash" counts. S - - 'iii-i e- bw QQ Y ie.. fl- 1. 'Y 'sis' V, 1 f .5 u g- s ., .ar U! ,lb gffitf ' K ' Ftwli .A--A 'K' ,, ig .A M,-A . 'Y"?:f""""'M A Cyp X-X 1,544 WALTER HOSEA GARRETT eff I . V A533 O Candidate for Degree B.S. in Commerce ,Q-Q CHARLOTTE, N. C. Ai, . 'J' M' iff g" Without Garrett the class of '29 would be indeed in- f0mD1ete. He has won through his whole-heartedness if K . Lhe hlgh esteem of his classmates. There is probably ,,,,iw--V., ' A no studerit on.the campus who has more friends than Jvfhffw ,S 3, H 9' :rp F, V, U x Hosea, fOr IH every way. he is a gentleman. Make f if Q 7 ,mth l L!!-Qwliilmf Ai f 3 , rf, 5 ! i., Q 2 5 4 X N tylgc-iulbesgze og egrery opgiJlr'g1n1tyhi11r the future, and may ki A g . e orever e wit appiness. . rl ' 1, rf i 4 ,JP - ',,s1.w . ,fi ,aff . 1' Q, ' A pl X J izillfgiui --I .. N H Q R Af-'PZ ,,a -X s-" v Q Q Q: - Q mix 0 I N Mia D ,frw .HK .I ' V s r' N lv: 1 Leif? e . i if . is ' .. ' ' A ., ew - 5, If . , -, , ' f., Q 0 X' fl ig E, J - 'ff 'i gina -5 9 ,i 1. ' G: ,P Z: . , I Q jjtft tr X ' 21' . it ite, -1 Q, re' figs.. srl 1 f - H 'W f ..,,, - Q 155, wr, ,:' A ,,. 'g Af ,Nui -Q ge' ,QB " ,gh ,Q Y, A , , nh., , . J V1 15, .5 by 4 Mp Y ,Q in , 5 t X ' I Q i",.,,,,,.1r"ifi AJ f-ff RH gc' 'i ir' 'fx X5 M' , ' 1 V I N ai' 1 I N U '1 I N al- f N 'Q Q Q I af- W Q l 1 tv S C 1 -I gb f I 'lu Q J I 'x af:- f 4 s. 1' 4 its ,4 4 5. 7 4 lb 4 P' 4 Z. 4,1 N Q ls Qs i Q S s fir N I Q 1 'E Sis! I I -1 P ...Q ff -1 V' .gf 9 1 C' ll 4 11 T A '4 4 S" aff 'ca Q ,Y U UA 'Q Q K x. , . s Lf f ' - v-wxi!f,?: ' ' DJ-lB!29lil9:!.'!?..lZ!Aa3iiJSL:ff.ig .1 w I y , , V -xi xii, ',4,f.nu-cv, ,J 1 lg, I, il " fail!!! Q. iii el' , iixe.,i,s,inii ff . i I ffl Q 'F N V . 2 ff-jf V pq, ' X ,4 1. w it 'i' swf 'U .fi Q 0' I 'ax ,f f af? Rv! 4 .4 a. of BENJAMIN PRATT GASQUE .NME ,JO Candidate for Degree A.B. in Commerce 'N it ' K ZNIARION, S. C. xi , 8 ZNQOAKSKEKJAEII E . 4. Vice-President Senior Classg Commander! Delta ' X Chapter of Sigma Nug Treasurer of Omicron Delta ,, Kappag Treasurer of Delta Sigma Pig Manager Track Q P 'II Team C339 Assistant Manager Football CU, CZJ, C355 . A" X Block "CH Clubg Swimming Teamg German Clubg K ii Q Treasurer Carolina Cotillion Clubg Ring Committe-eg " Q X. Junior-Senior Banquet Committee, Undergraduate HIS- 'Y G , tory Clubg Social Cabinet C3J. V Behind those freckles lies sheathed the sword of ' fgi' "idk ability and with it Pratt will cut a smooth path, for ,, K it has become his habit to cope with situations, and N" , Q 1 proceed with equanimity along the sky-ward road to 5 i 'ffl success. 1 V I N. , .x . -if -if -if l f' t , X , 4 p .-'Q A" ,ef Q ' 'ii 'L ' . . f Q JOHN LEROY GATHINGS I H 'EP Candidate for Degree A.B. N 3 PAGELAND, S. C. 'j Q K 2 K V ' ' Q arf Editorial Staff of Game.cock,' Varsity Track C215 -ll fi ' Clariosophic Literary Society. W .f 0 "Dependabi1ity" is the keyword which best describes Q the character of Roy. He is known among his fellow X 'H -.1 students as a boy who keeps his word, and when he ' If plans to meet you at a place at 2:30, he doesn't mean ' GX 2:31. ' Rigid application to his work during his freshman ' and sophomore years gave him a firm foundation for 1' -'lf the remainder of his college career and upon grad- H ' uating it wasn't necessary to check his honor points - - with his credits for he had made a record dotted with 9, csA:S.n , Roy has learned his French and history well, and S if --n any "sonny boy" will be fortunate to get him as a I CS teacher, for he is well prepared to enter his profession. A Dil fi' 4' 'if- BENIAMIN GAUSE Candidate for Degree B.S. in C. E. -FLORENCE, S. C. 2 Ng A. S. C. E. A Pan-Hellenic Councilg German Clubg Cotillion Clubg Gym Teamg Invitation Committee. If you should hear some pretty co-ed ask another who the cute boy with curly brown hair might be, she would reply, "Oh, you don't know him? Why that's Bennie Gausef' Aside from being power with the ladies, Benjamin excels in the class room. To be a famous engineer is his ambition and our prediction. "When better bridges are built, 'Bennie' will build them." fe--., .fr -f' ...fin , . . 1 f, 4 , . -. 1 ' AX. .lx i I Q 4' . - . s'. I 'I ... T J ff. cities ' l A Y Kaya' '-:rw I 4, Q ' X Q X 13 'itil f it sr 1 -2 e 3 ,k.-...... , 5 1--Q l ii O 3 ii.. t 5.1-A Y We ig..-f'. ,N J , x Vg .-,r E ,.4., . f 'L 5-URW- ' ."' . X A. i J- 'Y 0, -9. no , n s A: K. wi Q, '. ' f figure ' I '5 'Q ' 'Q -f. aumamfusrxnc-nrrwrurzvmmref1"frf"fa' ' ', U Q. :ww tM,,,m,e,,,,,'.,,5,qIi 5 A i A- s su i fi x -' xg " v ' 'A ,cp . 17 I , v xv Xb ,Ab II! I, X ' v in X I X I' X . A' H 0 - ts.. 9 xl ...Q '--' - 'M " -' ""' Env- :Q 0 -I. Q ,I 4- J I -III ,A -. f fs' If 'wg 1 S Y 1 .4 ' N, ,...... i n 'C- 'i' Q33 I ,Wu EMILY tiA'l'l'lS GICIIDICIC f ': E cgi il i ll' 1 ' in ii 1 if I iii l i l l L 'I Candidate for l?l'!lI'1'l' fl-if 'l" l5'l""""""' 'X sig,-Q, A Co1.uMniA, S. fi. 6 ' l 1 . . - 'l ly ' t f thc above personality is om- of i1nIrr1- ' U i linrglsel?dsltJesiiiclJc1il's. Emily Ih:isI Ii VUVY llll-ill 5lflI"'l"f55 K in her scholastic work, mU"'lfl"""Pf ,HW l7""'l """"'l Q L l 1 which she brought from Columbia high school. l ler i i N four years' stay with us has been short milcefl. illlfl Wi' Ji xt QF'-ig '- ii regret to see her 150- Emily, YUUI' SUJUUW' Wlll HIWHYS .N fifiiiif gg fi' be pleasantly remembered by us, and YUl1IllUVC lffl U gi, 6 li . noble heritage to your 1AlIma Mater. I I le-' If you don't know Emily, you have missed tie .ic- vf if " quaintance of one of the best and sweetest HIVIS UU U10 in xg,,f'i e " il Carolina campus. It can truly be said of her that aa ?II I a I .ishe is pretty to walk withmwitty to talkI to, :md 353 'mi' B 7 pleasant, too, to think on. lo know her is but to ef,-.fwnwf "1 love her and we feel sure that no one knows IherIbet- il if ,cfm 4 I ter than her "best man." Iln other words, Emily is in I 4' ww-.3 1 i love. She says that she is going toI teach nerr! year, 3 'D 'i'i'fI'j fix .IV but as we have said before, "Emily IS ln love- 3 ,'c" X 'Sri :iff . 'Q 9: ,L 'IA l- -,3 NX r -X . Jw' f-4' -0 1, Q29 -i' 0 'x ' -A ' l 'gr avg L ly 'ir' 'lr' 'lr' ML" ",. A I , Z is 'fm Gin 7,3 I Ilg . . .a..,,,, ,X ,XIII . I F- . N f 3 , Q -Alf i,.,.fw,,,,.u' e GEORGE FREDERICK GEIGER 1' ' A if 1-. 1 9 gif: Candidate for Degree B.S. in Commerce I L51 SWANSEA, S. C. U rafro li frm .FU 5 I Hercules Club. in lj George came to Carolina in his junior year from Ellifj., Ifij i NewIberry. Since that time he has diligently pursued f L ' ,-Q . wif' fy r the 1l'1SI3.1'1C.l. outs of high Finance under "Radio Olson." Iam., ' In 'V-,, Q The "dip" indicates only a small part of what he has In I Q5- ,I5 --i 'AI I accomplished. Not only does he have a line on the ,ij 7'-1"'Is, " IIZHL l commerce school but also with the ladies. We would Qi, V like to know how he does it, but there is no way of I,-,ff fffg' v il rj as iw telling-it is his secret. N M ..y,"' Pi U -'ff I ' 3 1 'eq W W, ,, l 4 i , 1 l 1 . . N7 - .-I . , I .I 1,4 Rx ,ki I . ,Aj -.YI ,DJIA .Iii :Is - ' .R ' , 'P 'X fo.. 1' ..-r 'ZA f"'Xf'R"i"'if"'jq ig:-.X tr., XY-5' 3.59 -A i l 1 'i"'ZzI"if' CHARLES CALDWELL GETTYS Candidate for Degree B S 11 Commerce BLACKSBURG S C d After 9- Year of military life at The Citadel Charles ecided the place was too routine and secluded came to Carolina in seaich of a quest for a freer atmosphere Ig the truest meamng of the vsork Charles is a gent eman Neither by word noi action has he done 3nYfl11r1g that permits him to be considered otherwise P of P0l1fef1f?SS, and is recognized as such by the campus Q.. Yi "xi "5+.Vv4' ,I 14' Y iq 't -at unit mf li. KWH G.. 4'5- l"""" ,,, Q "--n I x. '1 "' 9 A 3 ff MKKUR wire, W-2-E3 3 ei -- '11 .m1'i'P',i' ' 1 I ' V In ' 3' ,Y . IIWIIII as i I . . I -Y Q x 'H , A l f ' il .W 33 -. ,, ,II I I 1 I I-Idufg it lr' .if i il'i2'l6 if ' .. I I 'l 'Wi'-'i . ' g' G- 175 2 5 A3 t 'ia X if-e in -an -' . -. -- . c'- . f., 3 A- - ' ' ' ,, ,I t ,jp lla, ii X i 1 - A 1 xi X N 2 ',,' ! ' ' f n - - ,f , 'rp ,X 'i iii ll: T, 'G mv 'Mx Q 5 1 I ' ' - . lyk Ia' ' - . . . ' ,QW I J sill "II, ,IHA 1 III gI , Q1 IIIIl..AII II I I. , I I I ,wx X : if I ey . ' I I -2 . I I y 'NI 4- ,- i 1 die- 5- .-y . .I ,.., ., 7 ,,,.i He is th 1 f . - 1 Q ' -N pg' .'1:.lJ..i.L.Qf.1.Q,.l ' Y H!! 5 U I1 ri ri 1 1 .- y piggy I , C S0u 0 Ihonor, the a ex of virtue, the acme li . , I I .-. .-,mp 4,vw -N I , . Ib . X . -W --H . , .,.,, . I ,pn I' 'X . 5 ,Aka .,. :lr Q - . If ,I ,N III of w neffvorve cu. - a w Hag 1 ' - - "' .. 'V " ' Q' f ' ,fr ' .' If A . " 4 lf: " - i f- . 4? ' 'P 9 ' '-" . ii A L Q if 5 f- . It I la x ,545 Al Ii It QB I . df ,Q I i in 'Ei II 0 TI 9 I II A ,...I 3, In ,gpg - . ' 51.1 f W 5? xxx lvl 4149? ii' I W K' " A J , 1 f " 'tr Se M.: fnfig L J , L ,,..' , 'I , kc ': "' A ' l I' if 1' wb XI ,N R -.SPI K .ff-we - f- I x NK -.. , Q it I, ' .H in 11 I - .733IxSIq.- ,,,6., I .I A 1 I I V on -. -it C I ,- q- OSCAR DALLAS GLENN Candidate for Degree B.S. in Commerce TRAVELER,S REST, S. C. Clariosophic Literary Society, Y. M. C. A.g Tene- ment Basketball and Football. It would be preposterous to eulogize him too highly or to elevate him to an undeserved position, but "Os- kie" is a man of many sterling qualities and cardinal virtues. Straightforward, true, energetic, sincere, loyal, these are some of his attributes-an excellent student, a good fellow, a loyal friend, a true gentle- man-this is "Oskie', Glenn. "Oskie" has mastered the field of commerce offered at Carolina and some day we hope to see him as one of the determining factors in some large corporation, 'nk 'iv 'if GEORGE AUBREY GOODING Candidate for Degree B.S. in Commerce COLUMBIA, S. C. IIKCIUS AKXP3 CIJMA German Clubg Carolina Cotillion Club, Undergrad- uate History Clubg Glee Club CU, 122, C413 Student Director Glee Club CZD, C4Dg Junior year at Emory Universityg Economics Clubg Emory Glee Clubg Inter- national Relations Clubg Secretary Senior Class. Aubrey is a gentleman, the quintessence of all the finer qualities. In addition he possesses a most attrac- tive personality and is a recognized leader in musical and social circles. Aubrey has a keen sense of humor and the happy faculty of saying the right thing at the right time. He is a true friend and one that will not be forgotten. 'iv'-Ic'i' CHARLES ALLY GRAY Candidate for Degree A.B. 'in Education OLAR, S. C. Clariosophic Literary Society, Y. M. C. A.g Intra- Mural Basketball and Football. In the fall of 1925, Ally Gray entered the Uni- versity. At the close of his college career he is one of the best known and best liked men on the campus. He is a friend to everyone who knows him. It is not as an athlete, an orator, a debater or a scholar, but as an all-round man we laud him. Perfect frankness, absolute sincerity, and a winning personality make him what he is. In teaching or a business career we predict for Ally the greatest success possible. 9 Q , .. F- -A - 1, I X Y VA A C! I N.. A, X , can Mt' N'N',! Bri" f x :C 6 , Y. Y .,- f- -. , 1 f , ,- ' i 'I Y X f XR! '92 'lUn:x.gz'L3i' i 'il f J ,- i il? ' Nh' ' V' -6.5, 4 if 'Z' 'A 1- es... yy , S., fi-Q ' . f. - I - ,, c, - . gf 91,231 W - Q 1 .-- K :hwy .X 'H.,,f '. J V -. ' Af' 'A A . ty '-i.....f. ' Lf' , it siixxv- ,K KJ 'A x gn- ' Af' ,.A,g..1ff.iy' ' 3 fri.-.Q if ,.,,-.....-,..., w,uuz1aN emu-:Y czmaczoiev f A' ,F - ,,. A,,. Lx at Wigs-, . - -m--- in . , . . , r i 'i"",Q 'iii l 'f X if A A' 1 X X iq f Ctllllflllllfl' fill' Ul'!l"l'f' HHS- W c"""""U 11,9 p -i '5' Ciiifzimxv, S. C. , but nw' 5, R , . f. ' . X5 x.F't"'M't3 V- 1.1 Kismet Club: AL in K 1 lr, UA It f- ,, Q4 1 N 1 . f- - 5 5 sg X 3 Secretary UD, 423, UL li,.L.'S,,l,.,11 lysine! l.lnbp ,ff ,. fJ5',,,,,,, g A J Secretary Vice-President, l'rcsnl1.-nt! lxzippa Sllillll flr Q! gf' gn 'V L . - . S' ' - Council Y M. lf. A.g i'LllIllll'Illllllll Liter- f Q I W 9 A 'M Kappa- .emol - , ' U ' -1-sit 'l'rt-'isnrcr flj 'X 5 1155- ii ia, 5,1 ary Societyg Assistant to nivc . yv- H.. V. , f g sf ,:,,,,,., qi' V' 423, 133, C433 lnstrucaor lliiblg IJISFIISSIUII noup, . - ,5 ,Jr , , H F r . Q' Senior Classy . tum cnt .ounci . V V ,fi . 1, fd 1 Y i r P1 e..1dent 'suit-Q53-.gi It is dithcult to characterize Cariyl he is 'itifffiii '14 v H , ry i ll ' -h lome brilliant unc natura possessor o a 1 ' 1 ihenggentileqiiijinly,qualitiesf When Carey icilnff YJ , 4 ,-4' " M? 'l University he was quiet and shy. .You mdy S'-C .DY Y L Q B 1- 5' 5' if' honors we have bestowed upon hlm.ll1Z1t he did not 1 r b . 'J 552 l 'Q 'il remain so. Carey has held evel'Y high Offlcc On ,th-C 1'ea,':'e!LVi!?l i, X, campus eicclept that now held by Dr. Douglas---and just - i , '-- ,A Q' wait unti e resig11S.- . Q F -,E .-23.3. 1, l , lf: All in all, Carey is capable, worthy, ideal. f "TrifIes make perfection, but perfection is no trifle. V ff . M af Q . ,. 1 X - 4 MQ.g5igf'5 5 . an b I UW N ivy 40 at pb , ,f'u5v " l N '- -1. X ?f'fl' I ' '25, X my an nv, 1 X V -i . Ly f -1 L l VV W 4 , A ' 5 J 'V VM, 'QV BRUCE VINSON GRESSETTIL i ll 3 N fir-f, Q l iz' Candidate for Degree A.B. in Education " ' i 'Z , ' ,v x 1 - ti' Xt, S, REEVESVILLE, S. C. e I fx ', . ' . i if ' ' N - ja:-fw'E-if .Q A , w j fixing i A 3? ', lil Dorchester County Clubg Baptist Student Club? HY, ' ,fgJfu""--'fi "2 Promotion Force, Senior "'Y Cabinet, Euphradian if ig pg l 'Q' Literary Societyg Scholagstffp Clubg Intra-Mural Foot- N 1 Ui ballg Intra-Mural Basket a . 3 L, l .f W TE li-,' "Bruce," as he is popularly known on the campus, Smal hails from "bad" Dorchester. He is one of the in- X,Q"' 5-he H telligencia of his class, having completed lis couege -,N rf- ., course a half year ahead of his classmates, and making fiifuf' :gg VN a most remarkablerecord. Ability, good nature, agres- It Af' siveness and stability are among his characteristics. 5- - Here's wishing you success, Bruce, in all your activi- V s 'fx . ' ties of life. 5 , ' i V 'nl' 'ir' 'ir' 5 l X s A MJ i P r ! ' mfggg, X,-fx Q. U JAMES DRUFUS GRIFFIN - v . -3 ' f- ff 'r . . 'ft ' 3 4 ff1:,,.-ff "' 1 Candzdate for Degree A.B. ff A l 'ii EASLFY S C ,a . , . . W ,ix Y X li 5 Kismet Club, K 2 Kg O A K ,jx . President 'Student Body, President State Y. M. C. 'cs -' 1 " A., Ex-officio Chairman Student Council, President Sophon1ore'Classg Vice-President, President Freshman 3, - Q Y 't Council, Member Honor. Committee CD3 Clario- H. gg ' sophie Literary Society, Vice-President,. Chairman I A ., Board of' Pardonsg Intra-Society Declamation Meidalg ' fp 11 x X. X Vice-President Y. M. C. A., Chairman Meetings Lom- ,J bQ' 'ily ' mittee, Member of "Y" Deputation Team, Assistant :. - -if 1 Business Manager. and Business Manager GARNET AND ij 1, V f i gifclifls Vlcei-Pnesldent I4Kisngef1 glubg Freshman Fisot- r Q X fi umera ' arsity oot a quad CZJ, C3J' ar- K V 1 ' sity 'Football y Letter C455 Freshman Track Nuineralg A , i Varsity Track Letter CZJ, 135, Qty: Val-sity Boxing K, A 1 Lettgrg University Fencing Championshipg Third place 'ft nl,-.ji -E ,. IH. Southern Conference Fencing, German Club, Cav- ffl 1 V, M H aller s Clubg Thornwell Club, Kappa Kappa Kappa. A I 1 h Drufus is one who needs no lengthy praise. His 5? A 1 W ,V ,H COQOYF Sgpeak for him and in so doing proclaim him 1 Mlqy QYLWQHLPH' f T ' Y 5' fi f sw 1 1 Q' ' rx f ,QS Q, 31011113 s most outstanding man, an athlete, a leader, 'K 'I 's -- -- ---- . -...,- JY 21 scholar, and a gentleman. -i 4 iff?-..f"kf7"2 fm, :fr e ' .. ., . K r ff rf- 1 ' t "' ' ' 3 " .- -V K 'W t pil is 0 """ V9 Pl -' . . 'J f- "Ji M a fi' fi .2 ff'Xw-. 2. ff... A eff: 1 ff .. 't ' f ' A - - i -. f . i 1 3 , ff x 3 ' ,ffl yi 5 ffiqfz v- .T fzitqgt x ' X .f - .-2, l A i ' X Ay, N tx "' Af' jyrgiix K in L ii ,s ki '. N I Nlrp " " A ui-Le--- -' 1' fvfit. w"eixm'm.,,f5' If fi. K lik., A 1' 33 All fi 'llx V' Y if ft tfvlruixi 4 - ' rgu, .x 1-.,,-QM.v-'1 'rw QR 'stu A mv,-W' gf' 'Q 'x i T: in-rr: am: '-1-,-aga'agv'j'13g'-- Q34-.1un:Z.m..m5K,u1,, K JJ he ' warner? - 1- --Ha-,nur-,r---1. 1 " 'Wi' T7 6 , 1 I i l l i 1 7 L l 4 i f t 5 f 4 Vw 1 ,J 4 4 I f. X -5 ,x fl rf. 4 't I if 'xxx A it 1 .f l "' 1 U V v' ...J 4-0 'M - A L "N f .Ai ..,. in '-44' -15' 1,4 'Q nf' 145 faux" I5 'Q 'ti 'N ilu- -ai if, S oi u. 1,5 0 if fy --0 ev. oi .4 O!! fi 'O . Hs AX mb 'fs aj 11 'Q ,X f 446 ' .VA xi '71, c 'E u . X X.. ,, .is . ,I 1 , 4 'X ws i,y P'- ff F'-, , Al I 1 uf 1 ' 35 ":FL!'..'rnI'..ai..i.zm1.:. '.J.,l'bT4iJIi3.-l214'iZN S A M 4 UWIPWH' M .1 sw . , ,,,,g,LXei1vLhH' . 4 yi , ... if , -. .V nl' .V ga E. tp? 3 v I S X , "fe c -Ae Y u V - , , -,pl ,. , . .aww .. ': m li izxz' eff' fig . 4 , ,f Q '. f' ' 5 l s friwt bk., Qgr:,3,?'x,xr I LEROY ALEXANDER GRIFFITH Candidate for Degree B.S. in E. E. Nmasizs, S. C. A. S. C. E.3 A. I. E. E. Six years continuous attendance of Y. M. C. A. Bible Classg Secretary and Treasurer A. I. E. E.g Vice-President Carolina Scientific Societyg LeConte Scientific Societyg Literary Society. To the inhabitants of the Lower Campus District "Griff" means water. Many students have suddenly found themselves drenched when passing beneath his window. During his three years, sojourn in Harper College, "Grit-I" was undisputed champion of the water throwers, performing equally well with bag, bucket, newspaper or glass. Another story that is told on "Griff" is the one about his being a great 'possum hunter. One night his room mates were astounded to see him carrying three "other" 'possums in a box. Aside from his water throwing capacity and hunting instincts, "Griff" will no doubt be a great electrical engineer. He finished a B.S. degree at the University in '25 and started electrical engineering the following year. 'ici-'lo V CHARLES KENNETH GRIMSLEY Candidate for Degree A.B. FLORENCE, S. C. KEK Vice-President Freshman "Y" Councilg Orderly Critic, Literary Critic, President Euphradian Literary Societyg Secretary Kappa Sigma Kappag Gamecock Staff CU, C2jg Associate Editor, Editor Freshman Handbookg Snapshot Editor, Photographic Manager GARNET AND BLACK, Senior "Y" Council CZD, 135, C415 Big Triangle Debate C4Dg German Clubg Fresh- man Track Numeralg Varsity Track Letter C3Dg Block "C" Clubg Presiding Officer Keitt Oratorical C455 De- bating Council 142. Kenneth is the fellow who possesses the grouch-proof disposition. He is a very sincere and orderly chap who realized that a successful man is one who selects a vocation in which he is really interested and applies himself in that direction. This is the reason that prompted his entrance in the School of Law last- Sep- tember. 'iv fi' 'iv DUPREE LOUIS GUNTER Candidate for Degree A.B. in Education NEW BROOKLAND, S. C. After successfully overcoming the obstacle imposed in his path by the ogres of Sloan College, Gunter is about to "take up his bed and walk." This boy has survived the trials and tribulations of academic effort with a good humor that will protect and advance him in any field of endeavor he chooses. Wu al 'Ml 'fp A 1 ? --., +., , i . 0-1 A . .ap-f"7,f ' fe I X. 1 . !,..1 Li., , .5 . , , Q , TX A ae 1-w'vFsVisvWi39WYVT WWt LILA c:t11z1s'rtNtf: nam. Candfzlutv for l71'!l"l'l' fl-If IVA, S. ff. We all know Lila as one who talks little but says much. She is a girl who attracts attention by what she does and what she is rather than by what she says. 'l h won a place in the hearts'ot' all who know Lia as 1 her. Her personality may not at first take you by storm, but the longer you know her, the better you will like her. , She is a good student, always putting work before pleasure. However, she does not devote all of her time to her studies, she enjoys life to the fullest extent. To wish her success in life would be superfluous, to with her intellectual ability and energy a successful life looms ahead. 'i'-ifi' ALICE HALL HARDIN Candidalte for Degree A.B. in Education LOWNDESVILLE, S. C. Freshman year at Anderson College, Euphrosynean Literary Societyg Y. W. C. A., Class Baseball i235 Class Basketball CZD, C3D, C453 Class Hockey C435 Co-ed Athletic Association. Hats off! Here comes our Alice! Indeed, Anderson lost lots o' pep and sunshine when Alice came to us as a sophomore. Step lively! There is nothing short about Alice! That girl makes you look up to her. But it's worth it, boys! Tall and stately with a queenly and graceful air-yet "so" unselfish, kind, sweet, and good. That's why we all love her. "She'll make a heaven on earth for you, Sonny Boy!" But "O that smile!" "Those eyes!" It's no wonder so many manly hearts have implored, "Alice, I love thee, by my life I do." There'll never be another you, O! Oh! dearest Alice! Cheerio! 'i"i"i:' JOHN LEANDER HARPER Candidate for Degree C.E. SPARTANBURG, S. C. A. S. C. E. regggtlttyghdovgn from'Clemson, where he made a fine a wide 9 if afs steadily grown to be a favoritegamong his inevigrgle o friends. Character and determination, deared hia 2 Smile, and his respect tor duty have en- friendshi m Iort e hearts of all those who cherish his otherw. P- T 15 Specialty is argument-intellectual or 156- he engineering profession and the city of fnliglftanbufg are indeed fortunate in claiming such a LLOYD HENDRICKS Candidate for Degree A.B. in Education PICKENS, S. C. Hercules Club, K E K C Sgrub Footballg Clariosophic Literary Society, Y. M. Lloyd came to Carolina from the picturesque little hill town of Pickens. After a year's absence he re- sumed his studies, and upon his return made friends and renewed old acquaintances which will follow him to the end. We say "end" because Lloyd aspires to a career of danger and adventure. Soon he will join the ranks of those noble knights of the air. Wherever you go, Lloyd, you will always have the best wishes of your host of friends and pals at Caro- lina. You will succeed in whatever you put your heart for you possess all those traits that go to carry a man to the top of the ladder in his chosen Held. 'mls' 'ir' 'ir' i V HERMAN SYDNEY HEYMAN Candidate for Degree A.B. in Journalism CHESTER, S. C. CII E II5 E A X3 E Ts Blue Key Managing Editor, Associate Editor Ctwicej, Feature Editor, News Editor, Reporter Gamecockg Advertising Manager GARNET AND BLACK, Honor Committee C115 President Troubador Club, President, Treasurer Sigma Delta Chi, Reporter, Recorder, Secretary Euphradian Literary Society, Chanticleer Club, Pan-Hellenic Council. VVe might, thinking of our unconquerable aversion, and Sydneyls unbounded affection for puns, apply the crack made about Cummings to Heyman: "He's not a person, just a phase through which every one passes," but we won't do that. Instead we will admit without coercion that little Sydney has an unremitting energy, a damnably shrewd mental angle and ready pencil- which should easily enable him to crash the press game-his chosen folly. Sydney is the sort of resource- ful soul, who, on a lean day, when no other man had bitten a dog, would put his note book in his pocket and go out and chew up himself. Sydney loves the caustic approach, and so may never be syndicated, but if Mencken or the other play house wreckers ever give him a break, we shiver to think what will happen to Chester, S. C. However, from whatever angle he cuts loose, the lad will turn out a good press-hound and run a long way. 'i"-Irie DAISY EDNA HOLLIDAY Candidate for Degree A.B. in Education COLUMBIA, S. C. Former Student of. Blackstone College, Virginia, Hypatian Literary Society. "Old Edna" is like a stick of peppermint-long and sweet. Her manners are so pleasing and kindly that she makes friends of all who come in contact with her. She is practical, good-natured, and possesses a pleasing dignity. She is always ready to help and never shirks her duty. The person who is permitted to look into her heart sees there the real girl who thinks deep thoughts and stands on a firm foundation. Her ambi- tion at present is to teach "mathg" but oh, well, some one else might have a voice in this. Give her a prob- lem-she'l1 solve it. 2 '4 .. , .,,.-.- - ' ,luj8 . . fLM?,dd,,,,,,, .1 . fr sumti-QMUWBIDG W up-gig-gp. M :fam 4, f . f Q A wtf z"m""'u. H. 'Q I Ville. ' 5-gf ,Y X 7, 1 will 1 -5 fl' 'O' 0 by X Q . 'ta ,RZ ,Y H X 11 V W1Hl?f',f. li we-S A R' , v ' T QQ? 'fi ll s 1. 5 , ' , ... .f , 'iq Y J 1 'f X 4 ' ' P P X I X I 1 5 4 1, g , 4 5 x z . . - r r at f A . . n .- ' "' fr .fel X , r i . X r "1 1' W? A ' Ib , ,H--9 qi, V, X , 1, ,X 3 'JB 7 14' s an Ar wg, r -,in tg V 4 K A -Q v W 0' C -" 1- - 3 '1-.gk .if N. gl' ,fini W yi,-X V 1 I ,sn X. MARY LOUISIC llUl,l,I1w F 1 nj L., H l CLlllfd'l'fl'tlft' for Ili'!lI'4'z' 11.13. in l:'zluz'atwn W .KN 4 , 3 "" " Coi.uMulA, S. C. e li u ' l T , V I, . Q ' ' L Attended W. C., 1925-jan, 28, Athletic Assuu- K-l t if a'F ationg Glee Club. ' , , , - "M ll ," llcr everlasting optimism fm its ' anldllagifgy lsiriaiiiiiei' hats ,won hurl thi:-11 nickname. I :lg fi A Q q ' - f 1'f1 ' , "What foes it mat cr mu 1. 2 was NS? i ' S2g0??,Igh3::0,?tagil-155,15 Such a philosophy is bzickcd by I 5 Q... 7' 0 A an inquisitive, enthusiastici and dahlllg UZWHVC, fihlJf9Ufi il ' , ,V i t nt, and a stunorn wi , mixc wil JUS , - . I. ' eliiblgghaxdqfe temper, and topped off with a free, I dont 1 A Muff ' U . . ,. -grgwf 4 , ' Q A care spirit. 1- ,Bing sl lr ' 1 A, "' if - l I hui" ""., lx f t , Lw -:ff T in sw T i . xr . ,,,.. D, X K. f JU' vi Y fig, z' ,LW 2 fo e Q fl. iw 1-. rf 1: if-It fl in V fl ,uhm T a lil -A wp U: U T f , A , 2 Y -P if LJ ptxlffi J W 1 ,lb V Ii 'lr XXNQRJ o I me T N Y! 2: U K i A A T QU' i fri ...af +1 G:-F tl p 4 . af. g. P- L- Q ' it t ,X . 9" fl ,LQ'1t4t,5g'1.ilr'1 Flilfilflflflrfi fl ,f- , , ,, Nm, 412' 1 we-uf------M-M F'-- --mm.- -M aff T L' f f .. mm. ,::- :fy Ay 8 A fbias -1 - 1 ix :rr 4-'. IV, .,,v-,JL I.. vcr vi 5 ' , . 4, ,H34'Y'lll1?'f'v 4 i V . w , 'ir' 4' fi' MRS. JOHN IULIAN HOPE Candidate for Degree A.B. COLUMBIA, S. C. "Along came Ruth," the married girl who possesses a fine intellect as well as admirable domestic qualities. Her "A" record is conclusive evidence of the former, her lovely, well-ordered and hospitable home, proof of the latter. I To these qualities is added a definite dramatic talent -proved by her skilful handling of difficult roles in Town Theatre productions. Gainsborough might have painted her as the "Blue Girln because of her constant propensity to this color in smart wearing apparel, her character being con- sistent-"true-blue." Mrs. Hope completed her A.B. in February and is now engaged in M. A. work. 'i"i-'iv JAMES BOYD HORTON Candidate for Degree A.B. 'in Education JEFFERSON, S. C. Clariosophic Literary Society. The most desirable, and perhaps one of the rarest types of mam, 1S the one who pursues his part suavely and uUDfCtCI1t1OuSly. The presence of our friend, whose countenance lends luster to this page, has not only re- Pulsed dFSD0ndency, but has been eflicaciously resultant ln teaching usato play more happily the game of life. Ever Cfmgenlal, a friend, and a gentleman-such a man is Horton. God's speed, old boy! 'Z' aj is X t . ...ar ...asp i i YU 2 .1 as Ka, ,,.,f-...,,W,..f . 1' 5 ' .1 f' ' .K .. . M . fi as 7 ,,.V-..,.xY E 'H ,f H- ff ' J . " ,gli ai . ' . f ,, . ,, ,, l .. . :FSE V. lvf,I1s',:',5 'Yi Q, . Q., ,, 'sg , 51.10 ,, l pt -MTQQ r . In . E.: ra A8 : W ,,,,' .J , A 2 av .M . ... f RWM 'any Qs. M9 U . ,gf .J rs. ,., ,,.-.pg , 1? 1 fs, , K J . rf ll N X I ,pw f w, 3 'll .Qu .,.,...,.,,.?,,,,.b. V ,Mir , . ., L I .I . . . I V l . J l 5 .l ,J 1 9 V1 "-1 s x R 33, , kV,,.a-"'Lr"'-w:.,t ,N L ' 'X'. ,ff kY,,,f' C ,elif 'ff Ivy, X gg Q W - 5 W Y , , 1 C22 ,. ' l C- - i' ,:. Q4 -ig V , Y V 4. D - es.N4w" 5 A i QA gk E- AM- --- . .. . 'I .4 yi- ibffj X1 ttf .4 , ,f -...i cf mf-4,1 NJ N of up 1 ,IP 1'A' I ' "6 I 0 ' 'Q 0, x Q... if GLADYS ANNE HOUGH I me g I ,, 5 " C d'dt f D AB ll' C' L-' 1 .1 "' A fJlf1-1 . ll 'fl' fo an 1 a e or egree . . l K v COLUMBIA, S. C. ,W , 0 il V gl - f- t Q al' Damas Clubg French Clubg Hypatian Literary So- ' V, cietyg Glee Club CID, C253 Woman's Athletic Associ- 5 4lE I ' ation, U. D. C. lg ' is b k G1 d H it Oh, , every ody nows a ys. er presence. at lj O r 9" UL any affjaief is stimulating, though too often we do with- ,J gf X out her because of her. preference for a Pontiac. Lf U "'9 9 . Gladys is entirely feminine with a decidedly unique ff-N if combination of vivacity and seriousness. 'The ease with L71 9 1 , , which she completed a four-year course in three and a 1. , if 313353 half is typical of the way Gladys excels' when she y chooses. In parting we can say, "Our loss is another's Lx "Q ga1n.', Q., I gb ' l 3 vu., L. ' 'i gf I ' - N X Jw if 4? 44 Pk . ox 'lf al" ' L . , l auf J 'XC WV 'J C ' X V' P N f x . I -.Ko f-If x, " 1-Q7 'lu' l 'fi I - RODDY HOUGH ' .1 Wil-N 1 iw 'i Q . Ygyf: f Candidate for Degree A.B. 1 L! U RQ ' 'W CHESTER, S. C. lg itil G 5 atv ' Kismet Clubg German Club N Ci V Roddyis good inevitable humor is something of a 7 LV-- ,K paradox, for some say heill never get across." ' M Q, ,kiwi Roddy is quiet in class, qui-et on the campus, and- gif, f' ' 5,9 ' I .bi Q5 very quiet. His smile is the only index to his thought. , .N I ,Q l -1 yrj, He his nungleroiljs. friends who will regret his de- ' 1, X new T '15 gig parture rom t e niversity. ' 5 rg, K N. px -' i ' , 6 in L tl' . A I l I l eff , 9 P 'li .L A 4' 4 -if I 04' "1 . n -- i 4 1' LN . Jo H in 1 Q' oi C ' . 1..- . . L. 1 . V f A str 3" WILLIE Jo HUGHES iff :H 'fr " 'V A or if uf' . 'llf los P . Candidate for Degree A.B.A , 'H- MCCLELLANVILLE, S. C. 'J 4 O! E 'L 0' 11' A Z C . i .yy 1 4 . "5 i fs Il' . vice-President Y. W. C. A., Y. w. C. A. Cabinet, Q N - gx Class Hockey Team Clj, CZJ, C3Jg Vice-President, - J., Treasurer Alpha Gamma Clubg Secretary C4j, Treas- ""' ' urer C3J, Delta Zetag Leader Freshman Discussion 5 'lf 426 Groupg Maid to May Queen C3D. V, , Q L Q A wonder bag! What? Ssh! Silently we approach I 0 -X' U the enticing object only daring to tough its edge. -As l , l L .f . we do so it suddenly opens and my! what a unlque x , li 1 6 1' content! Blue eyes, long, black, curling eyelashes, i i Q if l . auburn hair, good features, a plump neck, a stylish "3 5 v figure, graceful arms and hands-a lady! Moreover, lj O 3 a rare combination of tact,and franknessh a winning 53 lp smile accompanied by mischievous tw1nkles.1n' her eyes, 5 l .gQ a bit reserved but once the ice is broken it IS crushed 1.1 476 y ' fine and you're a true friend. A charming brogue, 'V 'kj' and pleasing strut-who? Look, the bag says McClel- Q, Q, .NNI '- lanville, the only city in Charleston county-hoorah, It Q 44 ,, L if it's "Joi" qwilfli :2UiriftmrU1.1'ixi1l1J'1..i'1,f1fllJ H Q I CV' z r x.........,....-.., - ....f --if f-...H . .,aL. a . - - -- ap... , 1 L Q N- ,, 4 if OX Q x . C A if 41,5 N4 L L H w g rfgCf'vrfw"- fT7?+z,4?""+"X , A A ..- -. . ' O, if if D., ,r ,wx A ,K -.IL :. : 1 t Q bl Q 0 J I . ,. in rim, . .L I, ii :gap ' ir ' K' . ' . V 4 . , It me . E emi- vw 'ff v I - I Q X A 1: ,NX W ., ,-.,,.. V. , - ,K lvx ,. vs, ls ' - - iJNtwHMMMMii3b5K i ' ANNIE CA'l'lll'lRlNlC IIIHEIIICY Caudfdatg for Degree A.Ii. in lirlnratinn COLUMIHA, S. C. Freshman Hockey Tcamg Senior Ilockey 'Feamg Hypatian Literary Society. 'Catherine came to us from Columbia high. She has a happy disposition, never worrying about ml thing cr 1 1 'Y' cept geo ogy h ' l tinerl to he '1 school. teacher, Catherine says s c is ces , 1 - but we are not sure. Heres to you, Catherine, may you go through life as you have gone through college' - without a care. 'ic' 'lr 'lv MARY LEE HUTCHINSON Candidate for Degree A.B. in Education COLUMBIA, S. C. PES HZHIPL KEK First two years at Winthropg Y. W. C. A.g Patri- cian Clubg Recording Secretary Winthrop Literary So- cietyg Freshman Hockey Squadg Athletic Association: Y. W. C. A.g Damas Clubg Reporter for Gamma Sigma Clubg Glee Club. Mary Lee has divided her time with us, having spent her first two years at Winthrop. Since coming to Carolina she has made a place for herself that none can dispute. Everyone knows her by that friendly s-mile, for she always has time to say, "Hello!" She declares she is going to teach, but we wonder. Any- way, we wish her the best of luck and the best that the future can give. fi'-P+ WALTER CLYDE HUTTO Candidate for Degree CE. LEXINGTON, S. C. fotlrtfonsgeur Hutto .decided to make his abode with us terminilggs 3g0bw1th the expressed purpose and de- tion H,l1 ho egome an engineer worthy of recogni- One-Of is S 0:11 ut successful college career has been Com- d SINY21 1011 anduoy! both to himself and to his - la es' We HOW bid him Godspeed on the remain- mg Way of l1fe's journey, 7-7 FP 0 ' ANNIE LOUISE JONES Candidate for Degree A.B. CONGAREE, S. C. . Euphrosynean Literary Society, Y. W. C. A.g Co-ed Association, Woman's Athletic Association, Hiking Club, Class Basketball Team CZJ, CSD, C453 Class Hockey Team CZJ, CD, C4Dg Class Baseball Team CZJ, C3D, C4j, Tumbling Team CZD, C4j. Sometimes looks are deceiving. Despite her unas- suming nature, Annie has accomplished a great deal at Carolina. With a quiet appearance, she fools them all Eecause she enjoys a good joke as much as anyone we now. Not only has Annie made a hit with her lessons, but also in basketballg and we understand there's fa preacher who finds time to forget his duties occasion- ally. Well, we hope she's not as sure with the rolling pin as she is with the basketball. 'nt' 'ut' ut' ELIZABETH CLARK JONES Candidate for Degree A.B. COLUMBIA, S. C. AAASAKFS KZK Vice-President, President Delta Delta Delta, Secre- tary and Treasurer Pan-Hellenic Council, Senior Leader Damas Club, National Treasurer Alpha Kappa Gammag Honorary Literary Society Cpetitioning Chi Delta Phijg McDuflie English Scholar, English As- sistant. Small in stature, but oh! so powerful in personality. We are confident that there never will be anyone like "Little Dee." The gods were kind to this child, and endowed her with multiple gifts. "Dee', is prominent in practically every college ac- tivity and is most conscientious in her duty. Carolina is looking for great things from you, "Dee," And we shall not look in vain! , 'i'ut"i' RICHARD BEDON JOSEY Candidate for Degree B.S. COLUMBIA, S. C. E A E Bats Clubg 'German Club, Cotillion Clubg Assistant Manager Football CID, CZJ, C333 Assistant Manager Basketball CU, Freshman Basketball, Manager C233 Manager of Varsity Basketball C3Dg Freshman Track C155 Varsity Track Squad CZDQ Block "C" Club. "Dick" is one of those "hail-fellow well-met" charac- ters that we all like to know. He is undoubtedly one of the most outstanding boys on the campus and is prominent in all college activities. . I . If you tackle medicine with the 'same spirit, "Dick," you will surely be one of the."b1g tive." Keep that old smile on and your personality will do the rest. i 1' ' i. Q . .www-fo "AL Jmmgnmgnp--t - 1 .,,,. -1 A, NN?-5 if mf . f 1 nf, . 'f Y 'fu' It ' H' t ,p to f ll r to . . A ,A in 55 1- J' ,t :Z is , 3 Q ,. ' .A ,J xt f ,af I 51 Us T' A in ,. , V iz , f Ayr. , Q I 4' a J..-ee' 7-9 ' C! KEYS ' ' ' ' ' I 2. .4 P 5" A I 'nfl It t'llAltI.I'IS IPANIICI, ,lllYNl'll4. .Iva ll? 1 15 Q-""r""'i'i" tlunlululf' fm' l"'!l""" H541 'i" fi"""""""' ft. '- grs ' . . l . 1 9 l l ' l..utr. Vixv, H. 4. KJ I9 ' l 'I' ll 'l'1 .X I ll F11 ,ic 1 f' 3' r ,Ag i lfmulmll fllg-Yztrreity l"ooth:ill U D., I-I 1 g I lllork " . Vlnbg Viet--l'n-suit-nl ol 5Ullll'Hll"Pl'l' flaw: 5"fl."l2IU' of fr 5, ' ' Delta Sigma t'oxnnn-rev I lnlng 5:-era-t:u'y :infl ll'f'il'slll't'l' -A, K0 '- of Senior Vlnss. I 1 --Q K l b, , . ' in ll "V All those to whom "lluslr'r" is known :ire ziwnrc- that 'XS' ff ' his ambitions liars- not only t'l'lIll'l'1'll on rlzi-1-frooin work Bk but upon the zitlilz-tim' fit-,Ill ns' wx-ll :intl lwcvnnsv- of his V so-called "intestinal fortitude :ind 1lll'4llf WHII il lvl11C1' in , f on the Squzul from Ins fre-shmzm ye-:u'. I H gl' il "Bus" is not only :t Cnpnhlt- stud:-ut Annrl' Hgriflster W H , but has taken nn active part in fr:m'rlIllY l""'- fa Q . B I-IQ,-L-'5 to yon, "lluf-ater, :i gr:-:it future that you so 5 4, X " hly deserve. "' t , in HC Aw yi .1 jr ,N N Q 3 . '1 if Y 'Kg U li' in ,. V i i 5, 3 . . . ,J M an 35 ? sp I F I I- I- I- O 415 I 1 , Y 4,1-'wr , K jg' U' ef :gpg i .Y X in ix? , J qw- X V ivii 1 i, 1 Z :bf-L'4gggi"y 2 ANNIE El.lZAl3E'l'll KAMINER V '3 ani .i Canrlfrlatr for llrflrrr' .'l.l?. in lirlurnli'mi 43km Imxrxorox. S. C. i,j"l""""'f ,Ir A' Hypatian Literary Society, Yice-l'resi-dent f-U, Critic 'Alf ' b-F UD, Secretary 62.3, Monitor 1 I J, qjunior Urator Ui: I ' A A f Senior Yaledictorian 147: lnter-Society Debate 44,29 ff' my Class Hockey Team fll. fll, UD, K-H:.Assistant Hlk- ff 919, NA- 5 if ing Manager 637. C435 Vo-erl Athletic Association: by Q q CIN-Q3 ' Ml Y. VV. C. A.: La Tetula lispanolag Secretary-'I'reaSurer Vw, 1" . J +114 ll? U- D. C- exif' s1f':'1 lr r , ' fl In Annie is found that rare combination, a conscl- QW- -,MS ...ig 1 entious student and a good snort. Although devotedbto ski ,L 43 A 9. .b J ' ' ' , -1 .rig QT? y I athletics, she has rnanagcrl to rnarntain an emia e , b. swf A1 W record in the Hypatian Literary Society. K ' "W tif Annie, short of stature and unusually quiet, possesses V ' l 'v.'f?,gf?s Uh 3 I ' a sense of subtle humor, and an unusual .personality 45- mei, '5"- wif 2' which endear her to a large number of friends. VVe nfl f ' N shall .miss her next year as she pursues her chosen I .f .V vocation-teaching. -V-,dh-J if, l x , w ,, :if 4, 2 K .M H l kk if ,I xc V, If -4 , ,M A ' Qi 4' .' l' ' r t at lf: 3: " N... ' .s.,,f fa H1 .-my ,ggi-.':xta-T,fT1J - Ai' ik 4, rv F-x,l,,hVJ ' . . 'it ' N f "1 ti 7 . Q13 lx i 1, P VJ Grits A y v lxl ' GEORGE MCMASTER IxETCHIIN x " x . 'N Candidate for Degree A.B. Q' 4 6 .ir fr le A N 1 l Way it 4 WINNSBORO, S. C. KN ERIE 3 i A T An ' i .1 if 0591-N 'Qing ?' X T: ' le, affli. .5 ', l t.-7 'A ui. ' nmvftw .yu V L . ,, , ,- il if ,q,..'fj 'F fr' lf 1- .- 'x t 2- . . . K' V W4 i . .1--' 'Q f . 'i f gh!!! 'X 1 i nm--Y Sith' 1 , German Cluhg Undergraduate History Clubg Captain Tennis Team. Four years ago VVinnsboro surrendered to us one of herlfmest sons. He came shy and retiring, but now all IS changed-a different character has been produced. H f'Mack" is imbued with those enduring character- istics of tenacity, straightforwardness and sincerity and above all things, he is endowed with a high sense Of honor and duty. It is because of these paramount virtues that he became one of the most trusted and ,,,' .i im'-,Q t 6216 ' ' 'AfA 1 ' I' ' "I " A' 1 ' deliendable men on our campus, ,W ...M-fx., 11-N -5,3 ' ew .ff rt.. t ,v-4"""f if' 5,1 '3 ff' " 'f'l"'f - ,, K .,, N116 .-.yr 1 .iii-':',,.,Ci . ,S .X f,.,sk Ib' , Qi if 133 I 9 ii rv: 21 ,QR ' ,. a.. "' 51' im an left r. I 5 5 ' . - it ' .4 ,Mn l at t. 'ff or if r ' . 1.45 -- A KK la ff, :A Kr. "fi ,Art ji' V 'r "' F ' 'V' ' rv. ' "2-Q.,,w,.,e4" ff N ,rv .2- xg!!! -of If QL' A-591' E .gx 4' 5.11 . Q it ek ltf'2". N la 'CA lu. WILLIAM FRANCIS LAMAR Candidate for Degree B.S. in Commerce COLUMBIA, S. C. 2 A E9 A Z II Captain Freshman Baseballg Varsity Baseball CZJ, CSD, C4Jg Freshman Basketballg Varsity Basketball CZJ, C3Dg Block "CU Clubg German Club. "Billy" is quiet, modest, and unassuming. He has made a host of friends and admirers at Carolina. He was a star at second base and it will be many a year before Carolina gets another infielder his equal. He was a dependable basketball player and his great speed made him a dangerous court man at all times. Caro- lina loses a great asset. ft- ut- fi' JULIA ANNE LEWIS Candidate for Degree A.B. in Education WINNSBORO, S. C. Hypatian Literary Society, Class Hockey Team CU, CZD, C313 Class Basketball Team CU, C253 Tumbling 'g'e51mcCj3Dg Co-ed Athletic Association, Baseball Squad 2 , 3 . Brains and personality is the combination that has made "Red" a shining light in all her classes and one of the most popular co-eds on the campus. In her four years here she has had more admirers, more dates and more 'Clove affairs" than any other one girl-and still she holds her place as one of the honor students in her class. We marvel that she does it and we wish for her that same success in everything she attempts to do. :lc-If-i' WILLIAM RALPH LEWIS Candidate for Degree A.B. AYNOR, S. C. Kismet Club, O AfKg K E K Pres. Junior Classy Ex-officio, Sec'y-Treas. Student Body, Sec'y Student Council, Chairman Junior-Senior Banquetg Editor-in-Chief The Caroliiiiarig Asso. Editor, Club Fraternity Editor GARNET AND BLACK, Associate Editor, Fraternity Editor, Reporter The Gamecorkj Ball Press Club CSigma Delta Chijg Junior Editor, Treas., Sec'y, Recorder, Sergt.-at-Arms, Chairman Bd. of Pardons, Clariosophic Societyg Winner Clariosophic Intra-Society Debate C255 Carolina-Wofford Debateg Louisianna Debateg Debating Councilg Vice-Pres. De- bater's Clubg Gonzalles Oratorical Contestg Sec'y-Treas. Sophomore Classg Carolina Cavaliers Clubg President Horry Co. Clubg Glee Clubg Scholarship .Clubg Honor Comm.g Charter Mem., Sec'y, Kappa Sigma Kappag Basketball Cljg Chmn. Social Cabinetg Vice-Pres. Pan- Hellenicg Kismet Club Cpetitioning Phi Delta Thetal: Treas., Chairman, Finance Comm., Senior Council and Cabinetg Freshman Council, Leader Bible Discussion Group, Y. M. C. A. Ralph's list of honors is impressive but the striking fact is that he has declined more than he has received. MYRTIS SALINA LHMAS Cgmliflulp fur lh'y1n'r ,'l.Ii. in lzflurfzliun CUl.l'AlIlIA, S. C. Secretary and Recording Sc-vrel:n'y nf llypznlinn l.it- erary Society: llnekey, Tinnhling :anal lla-+1-lmll 'l'e:nn-4 CU' C-27, U7- "l,op" as she is :itTeetion:ilely known by her ll'll'llll'4 and classmates is :i friend to :ill :nul i-. :always ri-:nly to lend a helping hand. Mvrtis has taken :in :relive part in :nlilelies :intl also in literary societies. She mixes pleasure with slnflies. Whatever she nnflertnkes In do in life, we wish for her the best of success. -I--k 'lc JOHN REUBEN LONG Candidate fm' I,I'!l!'1'I' .'l.I3'. CONWAY, S. C. Firmness of ideals, strength of character and un- wavering balance of thought-f these have characterized the college career of this stalwart son of llorry. Un- pretentious, democratic, and exhibiting a tenacious determination, Reuben has cemented in enduring admi- ration to those who know him. Slay these sterling qualities serve him as well in his chosen profession of law as they have during the First four years of his training. 'lf-4'-lr LOLLIE ROBERTA LOYELACE Canididafe for Degree B.S. SPARTANBURG, S. C. ACarolina Scientific Society C35, C455 Recorder Hypa- tlan Llfefafy SOCietyg Y. VV. C. A.g Baptist Clubg Secretary and Treasurer Spartanburg County Clubg NVomans.Athletic Council C353 Thornwell Honorary Scholarship in Physics C453 Class Hockey Team C15, CZJ, C35, C455 Varsity Hockey C15, C453 Indoor Meet Ula 427, Class Manager C255 Class Baseball Team CU, C-25, C45g Class Manager and Captain CZ5, Gen- eral Manager C35, Varsity C253 Baseball Squad C15, Class Team CZJ, C35, C455 House President Rembert House C-35, C453 Laboratory Assistant in Zoology. H Behold an anomqlyfa woman with a brain! With delity to scholarship, ideals and associates, this young PVT112111 has stepped forward with an amazing and un- da tering tread to reap-a golden harvest of knowledge, istinction and admiration. To a woman whose chosen vocation is science., under whose study the enigmas of mathematlcsf Chemlsffy, biology, astronomy and phySiCS 1126112 1It:1'f0 perfect mastery, our hats off! And as she M575 E02 the 515186 of .her college career and the full a d-C 0 t e footllghts-dims'w1th the mtervenmg miles U YCHIQS, we raise our voices to shout after as she Eggigshinto the hills from which she came, "Vivez la FRANK HARRISON LUCAS, JR. Candidate for Degree B.S. in E. E. NEW BROOKLAND, S. C. A. I. E. E.g A. S. C. E. Le Conte Scientific Society. In losing "Luke," the University gives to the world one of her outstanding engineers. This mentally pro- ficient juggler of figures, man of undying loyalty, will attach himself to some useful work and that work will be the gainer. "LukeH is a man of action and few words, as evi- denced by his scholastic record and the affection shown him by his host of friends. +4149 MARGARET JORDAN LYON Candidate for Degree A.B. GREENWOOD, S. C. 'SIP X5 A K 1' Athene Club, Vice-President C259 Charter Member U. D. C.3 Junior-Senior Committeeg Organizer, Presi- dent CZJ, C3J, Damas Clubg Art Staff, GARNET AND BLACK C3j, C413 President Phi Chi Cpetitioning Kappa Kappa Gammajg Charter Member Alpha Kappa Gam- ma, Hypatian Literary Societyg Y. W. C. A. H:Bllof1de, Biietite, imbued with charm and graceful a a iity- argaret. To her capability as a leader in campus activities, the honor of organizing the Damas Club, is a testi- monial. To her devotion and excellence in her chosen iecreation--art, her many splendid drawings in THE CiARhN1aT AND BhLACK stand as examples of her accom- p is ments in t is line. In bidding "adieu" to Margaret, we should remem- ber her sincereness as a friend, her association as a schoolmate, and be assured that achievement will be her inevitable goal. 'ulc-'ulcde CATHERINE CAROLINE MCCARREL Candidate for Degree A.B. COLUMBIA, S. C. KEK Damas Clubg Basketball CU, C253 Hockey Clj, CZJQ Gym Team C235 French Clubg Drama Club. Catherine Caroline sounds terribly formal, doesn't it? That's why she discarded it for the more appro- priate "Bee." "Bee" has now enlivened the campus for foua years with her cheerful buzzing and we hate to see er go. "Beef the very essence of sparkling youth, had shone in French, dazzled in gym, and glittered at dances. And it's not that she's just tinsel-far from that, for to "Bee" her real friends mean more to her than anything else. A I an--U '7' o 1-U -2 1 7 I -.S - lP'ltx Q . -O 'lf . I I fi.. gi " Rf' J J Cf I C,fIMf up . a, ..,. . y ,,.,..,...-.. -VY wr t it, '9 1 an ,b',,,,,,g,1uswu9l'N1'!1gge'vunumn1ldfexn n if I' I v'1! :A R-hwxxt .D V XII "tiff as il VZ N GI 4 W Q D Q 22.4 'ist 5 I " ' 'r 4 3 7 L 1-H I V . it 1 I I I I Q I xii! Q Agia' 0 K . +I I 1 I 'I I. VI 'r 2 I i f, . ,YV IV I, I I I 1 I I ' I I ax I -' ' '. I I A I I .Ay V.. 'VI I I.. 'HE .F I , I l I I 3 I I F In ,,. -Xu.-fx 5 ,N ,f" QT ,, H V . 'in A. S t. w. ' x ' ,...M-V . 4 rn...- IRANlx x X if RAXV fuiulizluh' ' Q .. . mm: ten we ' fl ' -l C icerfulm-ss. ,' .' 'I H I " F ' ' FN WUI! I .'l 'l' -' ' I 5 . 'llrlyv I ' ' 1' 1" ' U .' ""' ' ' ' C-' FUI' 's gcntlenmnly : : - " .s's L -C tn -4 ' 5 ' 'c ' is rhos commerce and business -lr-Iri' f N 1 IDA Czzndirlalr for lJr'fn'r'r HRSA. in CYIYIIIIIIFVCE' iumm S X Secretary German Club: Fraternity Editor GARNET AND BLACK' Cotillion Club' Commercial Club "Stumpy," other than beinq in love, is a pretty good fellow. Although it took him more than a year to realize there are better schools than Clemson he now thinks there is none better than Carolina We who know "Stumpy" best will remember him as a fine character, a thorough student, a splendid man and as one with an unusual capacity for a sincere demanding friendship. An unassuming demeanor acute sense of right and wrong, a determination to do what he thinks right regardless of circumstances, t- gether with his ability to make friends easily, give him a mark of distinction. There must be an important place in the world for a scholar, a friend and a gentleman, and if there is "Stumpy" will find it. in -if 'mir RAY AUSTELL MCELRATH Candidate for Degree B.S. in Commerce GREENVILLE, S. C. BFreshman Basketballrg Freshman Baseballg Varsity asketball Squad, Varslty Baseball C3J. W-... If If-10 6 C +1 -we ef' 1341 N . ' "1-umciffd 7 ...M--hw,, I .yi Q- .f,. 'fe Q-an iq ,. .4 xkfk . 4,5 , 'fl' in A 5 'ir ak 1,-A.. Clif 416 . up N. I., E fbi? ' . ' W L as -. , ,g,.W .X ',gl I qv ...,,. " P N 1 . . , . . 3.- ' . I . .I ' .Q Q fm lh Inn If S' in l'u 'rn' i N U u Q S . , t'oi,umui,x, 5. 1. 5- , XVI think of the n" nn "I"r' nk." wa- think of J wif I Ih his ph 1-ini pa :son nlrty In hu ' I 1 hos of fri mls dminp hi vnllerfc- c':u'e4-r. III- is :I Q sta, hurl urik I uh is foicui him, thinps I Q, I saying nothing about it. 'l'hc- kind tha- world :ulmirl-s, . I if x In qu ililics ind pu pos 4 sing niiuiner arc- ' 5 ...Q rl sul It ul hun to snumss in tln licll he hi rn CI ,Q , . .2 1-K , . 5 t I ' C ' A- f'. I QW 0 I X-.3 W' !.-M95-.in X if ,X . I J I 'xl f' l r CECIL IHJIIHLXS .l' NIICI, Q " X .u N fi " """'s,x .of IIE, ' ', C. i-' u I n Kfbcl 4 n 1 ,QH I W . 3 I ! 1 v - 6 . 2 I 'I' - r ,,g . , pt ' , D , 5, ' , ' 2735 , , UTI' ' I i , an 1" I 0 f-If I I' x , I i Q I Ki '5- I v R I 'A 'fish J f . ,, ,ta - lr 'I v Cy, I 1 L MQ I A1 I ' 5 , 4 I I ij Wm I Wi I I , U1T2lY,S" cheerful disposition is in evidence not only Y I. I I T als 3255 aifd gntthlel campus, lzut on the .athletic field ,Of 3, H Ipwwm ll x V th . n ac , e is one o the best-liked men on , . Jl..:.:1Q:Q-- ' I I ly 3 I I ei 5 I - 'S campus, and he has a host f f ' d ho will S "J, D P Nm" ' ' I - W f f ' Yegret his departure. o men S W ull . ,VN K 4 . 4' , 'il fb-V' "Io W an Q GJ 'af r I' ., Y V IF.-.Iii .HL 'Gnu frsw . K xx :,f"',mo L - E' I' .Epi W, in ...H 4 W i W A A i f gill sf? 1 , ' fi A . M fl t ' G -.., Si U 4 HP! ...I L4 ky, ' f 4 L V' , 1 A .fig '55 its Q5.5.tV 1 4535 b' 'gsm L Y' , E 'W claw' w. I f. N vga A fH.X '52 .ft ' . I aw HN ' ff' 'j 'NA' ft., . .d.4a?:Lu.1Pr?.f1w5a.IZJsi.r- I bmw V' i' I V .V it In Y . ai' S 7 7. ai- at 9' 'Q af, lg Ov- 7. I- gi -EI ll Il' ge -5 71 Qin X1 it 7. lm xo A 7. its I as , fu bi ab' 7 If J , ,vu it uf s 1 I 1.21 . 'N 'N R MQ X., fig :ul -Q .'-RN P' X -if J 4 Y! -1 Q C' ,fe . .i If X wJ rw. 'ig XX x O al, nv? -dl V ov 416 'fa All Q l' ov 4,6 2- L Q41 1 S' mf 425 my 4 JT 426 59 .,:r 0.x A x K' .rf o 'I .jd ,r if if . gf-. 1 .. 1 szfziifra m.w.,:.ie1:aa'ga . h,,,,-ma . wr.. 'W' t h Nia' ' Y. sf A i xg Y V f L . ffirfff t,':"-,q'3..'g. .ff M, ' I " ' tj: Af EY ' tv' ily '1:lQi2?j,ftlN,, ?k:,4'2x5??i1'j4m ', f v ' , if fl E11 ef" ...Ci -. V ll Lili 9 X 1' S 4 iT':"..,,KNu' ,wir ii?" aa, M 6-,W-f' - Ml i H 'A' 9 Q 9 ewfrafpdaafwaryfar -.f. r 0 . ' 4l f .1 , ALVIN HUGHLETT MASON ef...f.....w, ,Af Candidate for Degree B.S. in E. E. ' RICHMOND, VA. SV ii . Virginia'Academy of Science at William and Mary, Phoenix Literary Society. A f 74' 4 Hughlett hails from the "Old Dominion State." 'ff After. three years at William and Mary he comes to in 'I 2 fe.. Carolina to.get his diploma. 'ig 'C' ., Mathematics, physics and astronomy are his hobbies. A U ' We hear he egcpects to be an astronomer though he y .X rarely admits it. You would believe that it was his ' - W, if f' calling if you had taken astronomy with him. ' e : f H. YVC feel sure that he will be a star among the stars. , Q.. V, Here's wishing him the best of luck! Q ' -. 1 1, I Sf, gt' 'tl' 'tit' 'lr' . , ij 49 ,X 'N CARL JASPER MCIVER I ' . Candidate for Degree B.S. in Conzrnerce , A- v, gf ri, ' ., V Y .wt .V v ,sf GASTON, S. C. Q- V , ' -1 Member Y. M. C. A.g Clariosophic Literary Societyg , Assistant Manager of Baseball Teamg Official Campus I D ' Mail Carrierg Roomed in Pinckney College, Tenement ' ' K 1, room 11, during entire college career. . ,E .i 'Q ,X "Mac" came to the University in the fall of '24 ' - ' f from the jungles of lower South Carolina. He was , actually a graduate from Swansea high school. His if r, former whereabouts remain a mystery. "Mac" came . f 5 , 5 to the University with the idea of getting an education. , Q Since that time he has worked toward that end. As Q r , J many others have done, he encountered stormy financial i waters. He was forced to quit. school. He immediately . began teaching and along with that carried on his 9 X studies. ' 5 Like many others have failed to do, upon procuring .. the necessary finances, he returned to school. He has ir now won his uphill fight. He has- his B.S. in Com- .Y merce. Soon he will be a certified accountant-we 1 3 ' s know his build. ' - The campus honors "Mac" has received have been ii few. He has had to work his wayg however, he has in . ' served well those organizations with which he affiliated. l ,. i We know "Mac" will win in the game of life. p L . - . ex J- --f V , 4, ,, I 1. 1 ., A , Q-Q 'i"i"i' i ' ,ig 7 fl THOMAS CRAVENS MCNALLY it J' ', . Candidate for Degree A.B. A UNION, S. C. 1 KA g German Clubg Chanticleer Club, Euphradian Liter- 3' . 4 g Q 13" A S? 2 'f I 41- R' l '4- Bl 1 dl soc' R m g .'?L 5 - vzvf f ary Societyg Assistant Manager Footballg University , i Q 'll' Drama Club. , K Mi, 'Q f Few remarks need be made about ."Tiny," for he is rl We 'lx well known and well liked. As a friend he .isdtruly a , 1. b ff' real one,' always glad to help when helpnlshneeded. ki His activities on the campus have been varied, and he 'i' V , ,, has succeeded at those things which engaged his atten- -ll tion. For four years he has divided his tlme between f , literary activities, drama societies and social clubs. 2 I, . y Judging by past events it is easy to foresee for "Tiny" ' , 3 ' nothing but success. ,M H K n ,,. K ei" in uc A " .. a 4 re-L rr fn .. ,A . 3 V ,-imlf, ,.. . 1 ilqfvv, gi i 1. I ' I E ii V, "N . .,""' 9. Q51 S 'W N -if gr . fhfll .5 Hy 42 i fr K in ffffi-ki I . 7 H ,, r a. igxh QE I 'f"'il".'f.N'1f" fzrrw-" .z""'1':'1:f-j-g.- i 1: urfm-afls,ePhI!UlllrIlr'm1.wll'w.:. L Q, ' N64 , mt - , s or - or 1 ' v ' QI C wi +ve Y me Y M M -r Gramm 'Q - Y Q 9-1- ' i,,w,.isi-,.' . '. iv gi lL'vt,l1lli,,l' llllll-lil full 'fnlflil tl T i 'I' . 'f'.ii.'fia--+ ' ' Y i l , i, f r p i 1 RL SSIIII 'NJANIIN 'NIAXL I riiluh ' '1H'4' '4 1. l'ni.ivxiiu.x, S. V. A. S. V. li. ,lb 4' l 3 L'li:uiliclecr Vluh. l f 'il . ' He mixes too much nrt und aviation with his . 9 ' V i " n ineering. 'QS' li 5 . C g mr. it H i ' Qye ii? tl B .1 -. l , fl is . V5 if L 1 ,si-I .rfi if . it . . 5 i i- + femrg 3 1 H. 4, 4. 4. '11 A l 'N 1 I 33... V7 Il: K 'R I si fu i of 1 'i U af-, ,J-'ffflmrjgx ft :Dv , 1 93-,x me its avi 11 ! AV. 7 . yi Q f . ly . x i i.. il l-, .I i ,, i, 1 . A i 4 it Crib? i ' f .. W Q b "5'13'T'fri'- I 5 i V 5 ju' if A i i I Wg ff i ' i :gfs1mfp:xay6" l fi 4' 3 ' ' ry. ji 1 A. 'fix '-N l ' 3 f 4 'W'-UH N if 15, '1 417' 1 i . 'T Ji . ,M .f ., til lf! ' 1 1 .Y f i i ii 'l ig! 1. 1 1 I 1 J W ,cl cz if 1 want' 5 "x.2'!' -I ff' ,l",Q :I ,,-7-15 ww.. -9 l JP . ,Q jf n 5 HS? i 1--.VS "ei 14 7 l lfl i li i lf. 5 . , if 1 fig S I 2 l l fa M in l ,F-'r"x. r' Q ' i I l V-L, Y . Half' JJ NLP ' C' -4 l . 1 -W , i I. l it iii ,: K .. im V:- - - VA 7 A iii' A ,ik Xyljyf n xl , X .Qi7"'-f- - ii? r . " ' ,L , W 'iw-7 lg i ffhg 7:1 --ming! , ai- 7, .r i ws? WE -fi Qt ' wig, .' v, B, - N ' QQ 'J ' .lk " ' "5...,x. ' ' ' 5 , -. Q. rl ,N li , . 1 3 A 3 ,ui-1-fu 'Q J' A. - 1 ., , il ' ff .X .v X 3 L x r -' ' . il A. ' T I ,, If ,ix X, ,4 . 1 i 1 .i:,, ,, jail 5 E . ' ' "FV x -- Niki N1 Y " Am- Pg f it 4- 9 3' ni.-Q' rl... I JG, Q- . 1 f - 1-...wt A' A Nz .J ' es, " 3 5 ' 5 3 A " X" ' fi . 'v A' 0 X - . -. if ' l , w l we ., ,.l, fs. f J ...i x Y I . iii 1 . li'i j ill .. ati l 1 . f ul ' li A li . . . i l l , i il l T lu I fl J E'-, , ll. if l l-ljli1if.,Vll1l,kffli i fin llllcf! 1 ,rl H A 't'f'1,f..L':i ALEXANDER BIAZEL Camlidatv for Degree 13.5. BRooici.YN, N. Y. KID B .X Euphradian Societyg Secretary of Evergreen Cluh. In rounding out his fourth year at the University, "Al" has proved his sterling worth as a scholar and gentleman. Friends have come to him unsolicited, and scholastic honors as well. It is indicative of the highest of his future success in life. 'ir"i"k ALICE ANN MIKELL Candidate for Degree A.B. COLUMBIA, S. C. . A A A5 A K I' G1ee,Club CID,-125, UD, C4D, Treasurer CZD, C3Dg Svvimming Champion Clljg Basketballg Treasurer C3D, V1CF'P1'eS1dCUt f4D, Junior Leader C3D, Damas Clubg Maid of Honor to May Queen CD3 Literary Editor of GAFNET AND BLACK C4Dg Second Prize in Song Compo- Slllfm U51 Critic C4D, President C3J, Euphrosynean Literary Society. .VVh,at Wlll YOLQ have? Here is everything the gods give in one--Alice. Anyone who has seen her at a dance or on the campus cr in the class rooms Cask the Dfofessorslj will not need to be persuaded of the ad-f Kantages of co-education. There will be many to miss TCI: End her place will not easily be filled-ask the rl' eltas' And, Alice, don't forget that voice Of ylilursi will You? We are counting on hearing you in 'f C Years to come. cf.,hi51 g wmv i I 7 -Q X Q 4- xi il-o X 'af H 2: ol! ii ef N ,Q 15-f ' --in fi 'I 'few rut! ri as ff' .1 2 ,, ' 94 ga? 17 I 'H f 63514 il I is . W 'uffffc f 'ii ef' if .5?,..,., Q, 'itaiaig fi All Qin hither. 3' .A A in-f if iii dm 4 Q .ff .nf if ,Q if il ki. A, 1 Ai . i L Q if 'gif the L: 'E I 'Y ...., ' ' V 1 V , its 2359 A 3.7 XC ya-Q . ,,r . .ro , '-f I 'A' f' A' '-- . i' ' ' i va .. ' ff? fikr 3. i IAN -me new ,, A .. ,gs 1-W - 1. - , . , 7 Y in F7 V A 4 x ' "' i ' . 1 nc ...,i P, N .ig '4 iv y if . , rl if Q vi !f,i . " .4 MARTHA DARLING MILHOUS Candidate for Degree A.B. COLUMBIA, S. C. Z CD3 Z T A President Zeta Phi, President Zeta Tau Alpha, Euphrosynean Literary Society, Pan-Hellenic Council. Found: An engaging smile, an irrepresslible opti- mism, an exhaustless energy, a dynamic vitality, a brilliant mentality, a gentle sympathy, an unswerving loyalty, all mixed in generous quantities, added to a fascinating personality, and labelled-"Martha," 'i:"i"+ JAMES BROWN MORRISON Candidate for Degree A.B. NICCLELLANVILLE, S. C. A Club German Club, President Delta Club, Secretary and Treasurer of Freshman Law Class C4J, Secretary and Treasurer Pan-Hellenic Council C4D, Euphradian Lit- erary Society, Assistant Track Manager CU, Chair- man Iunior-Senior Committee, Scrub Football CZJ. Four years ago, they sent him down, a baby boy, from McClellanVille town. To the folks at horn: he is James, but to us he is just "Jamie" or "Jo Jo." During his sojourn at Carolina, "Jamie" has never sought scholastic honors but they have naturally come his way because of his scholastic ability to take small things and make a success of them. By his pleasing disposition "Jo Jo" has won for himself many devoted friends and by his magnetic per- sonality has retained them. To sucha man, success is inevitable. 'i"i"i:' ROBERT WILLIAM MORRISON Candidate for Degree B.S. in Pharmacy ESTILL, S. C. fl? II fbi, A 2 Executive Committeeman, Charter Member and Pres- ident of Carolina Pharmaceutical Society, Charter Member of Alpha Sigma Chemical Club, Member Le- Conte Scientific Society, Laboratory Instructor in Pharmacy CZJ, C3D, C4J, Graduate Licensed Druggist in Charge of University Inhrmary Dispensary. "Bob" is truly a combination of brains and person- ality. An excellent student, ambitious and consci- entious, with high ideals and a determination to live up to them. He is broad-minded, capable and efficient. The same yesterday, today and tomorrow-always cheerful. His finesse of character and dependability make him a true friend. May he have a brilliant future that he so richly deserves. if V. 4 l l l ,--' . -N l Q 1 4. V. O ' ' .. W 'f' 'N ' I "H ' X K R 9 X va' f- I ' Q 'gi f v e Y xQ,f, QQ ff -5 ,I 'RX If -.. , x s f - - - - - - . - X 4 . "' ' . :I . 4 lr .v l f - 'Q -to X' ' T, s ' K cf N-2 i is J f Q-111.1 Q 5 3. .4 at. ff-it 'F ,. V! . J, X5 H, UW, JAMES IVRANKLIN Nlill. s Q K ' 5 ,..,-M-'ff' ""A' "" V -'nm-'CRV' V ,C 5 CVB- ' C ' ' V , x .FJ H 1 :Q ' 1 1 ' ' A 5 Lumluluh' lm' lh'fn'1':' HH5. l , za , 'C l'm.l'Mnl,s, S. V. f'k'h"'- 1 l F J , ' 5 V 2. A l', K, - It al P l Assistant M:iu:u:vr Vlfnotbnll f l l, Ill, ffl: Nl:u1:ngf-r ""'- l Fmitlmll C-H3 llolicuunu I lub: he-rniziu 4 lulig lloximg V g 'ff' Q 4, Tezung lfrcslunzui 'l'r:nek Sqiizulg lllm-lc "ff" Vluli. 'J Kas l l i gm as Yi "Jimmie" st-ttlcil clown :after :i fl'l'hlllllJlll yr-:ir of fun ug' J? , , and has nizide goml cvm-rywlwra- on ilu- Vemupus, as the 'X ' ff I ,ii V above record will testify. V finer :n fru-nfl, :always za ' '-A-W I it ' V l friend-th1it's "Jimmie," Stick to nuwlicuu-, big boy, 3 lf' and some day the world will lnlcc olf its but to Ur. 1 A 'lf ,gt if Neil. ,Xt . , ' I 7 43 l mc' . iii J . 'L' Ms V1 ii Q r. 'ut :Sill ixi 4 if all + + 4- ' I a V"-t.,..--H' 1 ' 2 i -" r' gl ' 'sex P A ,i is f 5 h3j,x VV 5 L 1 l:VMfr"""s,vV 1 MV LJ i-ilk ' V bl . Q Y 4 L lf' 'X ff' X ' 'tlgf 5 ' RICIIARD IIARRIS PARKER 'W mm'-f gf' T ' Y -- V , , Q25 --mi it ' Candidate for Uvyrvf' 11.13. 4,8 Auur:vii,1.i:, S. C. l U .Juan ml' V V ' ... 3 E .Ig w II lx .x is . Q bfi ' fig i., German Club. ll. 5 QNX 'asf' , I K,f""'ii"'w. 'if V "Dick" transferred to the University from Davidson 3 in theV fall of '28, and with his breezy disposition and fail' i 6.'i5i5m4,gQ'i a' insouciant manner soon established himself as a regular I' 4,tfVjjVgg ' ,Fx 55 inhabitant of the campus. M' V EH? ill Although he has never been caught in the act of t' studying, preparing to study, or just having studied- Vfffs., .. ? ?fv.yw,q V he always comes up on the credit side of the ledger -Q ,L-' V,4lVfVgVVV.'.Vg lil 1 and far above the average, .LTV 'i5'f...-elf ft' VV,xTVVV?,. is f Q 1 VVe trust his bank balance in business life will match fn" ' fVf""VV 1V .4 Vi 'f V that of his sojourn at Carolina. Q to ll W f ff 2 3 .N r .7 X . VA 5V V IV, VAN x : 1 V x jx l ' ' l ' I . as r , 1-" i ' ff " f. ' 'f N ' X ff:- ILE-f"' L l H3 if 'lm l' 1 Am l l f ..1, ""' fi gl r N43-M E3 ' , XV ' -155,3 L. 2 CARLISLE CLINTON PARLER, JR. , 'fl Z fl--1" V '- C . 1 , Lf ' V- .. ix "" '13 Vl'-5 V V .. Candtdafe for Degree A.B. m Education tri ,A .gm Yylu VV Vt . HARLEYVILLE, S. C. 1 i :. g fb H119 . 2 If " V- V ' , , Vi ,N if VV X A ,xx IV 1 V i gqlsgg-Illyiral Football and Basketballg Member of ' 1 V ' M142 I 1 . S. 'V 5, 5 t s .Sl , 1 Q. 'Var' C IFCDY, as he Vis known to most of us, came to "WH ' "3 ,f ,V f VV aaro inaffrom the little town of Harleyville, apparently --s XM l a 81563 reshman. We soon found that this was either ,if X 53. ,, ,Q ,l V V , HSI u :H Of that this characteristic soon wore off. ,Nr i . 1 tio eeliqy, through his personality, courage and ambi- W' Q V1 V j in"h1e2gtyW0n a score of friends on the campus and 'fl-. """'we Q , . . ' V. maElihlS little man has reached such heights in mathe- 'WNW 5' ff-,ji V .3 Q -N 1 b ICS hat hc proves successfully the value of a date 1, if HYFN' F xlA7 ' ' ' 1 f ' r - - V Y y . . !, , Yi lr l ' yfIxl?garlt.hrns' 'Q A ,V . V. -V! f-Vik!-Ml4L-VVLV ii-1VVVR.lViVr1 ri f 1 M VV VV V ,WE , ere IS a place in the world for you usleepysy 1, 3 "NM May You reach the success you so richly deserve. 'if if ftfp- .2 ' A ' 55" V-I - , ' f he "H i.l'l':?t ,113 fi-Z.: e A if i s. A , Till EV' :QM A an .... i ti -ff-'5' fffuxtfnll fm 5'-,Mr-3. 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' . 1 iff RJVM V dvi 54,3 9 'hs 'K fl, -5 '1 . t- .ai iv Q is X, . i 6 1 i ' C, :E -Q ,N , 'X 1 -ii L "1- ,X ix., nys 'Cv ot' 1' QX c df ? fb aj 4: 1 43 +5 . 'L H Q: 5.x -5 1' 'Z fi X Q' . . ...s ff 'fx if ex jf .L .x F' I ff"ilf. . 1.4 1 5' Aix ' t"f'3'C6"!FIL'L!7.l'lH'5fiHJKX'2Ff'!'i1iiw'SBHt5!.c F?-'f.f,a'2"'. . " 'diilfffll .. , 1 .-, ' . .-,::1i:,.as.'- v il an ff we-.r s , , I V, JA. V r 4. uf A ,AJ -X f ' , I ' X Q j,-,.,,,,, ,.,.'-Ki, . ' iii.: If V' '- WILLIAM SALTER PARISH Candidate for Degree A.B. in Education BATESBURG, S. C. O A K President Y. Nl. C. A.g President, Vice-President, Critic, Secretary Clariosophic Literary Society, Circu- lation Manager of Gamecockg University of S. C. Ex. Rep. S. C. I. O. A.g Thornwell Club, Baptist Club. When one comes to the front by sheer ability, he is sure to stay there. "Bill" has made his way into the hearts of his fellow students and has accepted the yoke of leadership in a manner that must be admired. Just how much responsibility he could carry is not known. His willingness to help and his success in everything he has undertaken are proof of his ability. His optimism and cheerful disposition have made the tasks of others seem easier. A true and sincere friend is found in "Bill" and we wish him much success. 'i"i"i- MARTHA ERWIN PEGRAM Candidate for Degree A.B. YORK, S. C. A A A Euphrosynean Literary Society, Damas Club, Sopho- more Hockey Teamg Golf Team, Y. W. C. A. "Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears," but Martha always has something worth while to say. Her personality is felt and appreciated in all corners of the campus and we can always count on Martha, whether it be in classes or at the dance. Martha, girl, we'll miss you. I wish that the tables of time could be turned backwards and you were just arriving from your year at Chicorag you knew where to come, and you loved it, didn't you? +l:"iv'i' FRANCIS WATSON PITTS Candidate for Degree A.B. LYDIA, S. C. Euphradian Literary Society. Francis Watson Pitts, student, journalist, orator, dramatist, actor, business man, athlete, friend. He stands 6 feet 1 inch tall and weighs 175 pounds-a man-"with muscles of iron and a heart of steel", yet his "heart of steel" attitude is seen only at times when the common need is for a man who "can stand the pressure," who can lead the fight against wrong and in defense of right. His first nature is to be sympathetic, pleasant, quiet, unassuming and good. f Wi don't have to wish him successg he'll look out or t at. . . i 6 . 2 1 K . , . ,V r H 6 5 a... F 1 t , l , . , .4 1 1 , ,V .. x i ' , , , - i P' av-If 0-el! i f ,. Candidate for Degree B.S. WINNSBORO, S. C. Kismet Club Assistant in Chemistry, Harper Honorary Scholar- ship, Le Conte Scientific Societyg Carolina Scientific ,,,.. . . . 2-4 1 7 ff 'fi' A-In -1 -4'-'-v., A A .f so-f ""'X- ' ' , 'N we v V ' ' H: r v A N N I Y ' ' W -A if V riff: V 224 V tv X, s I e 5-4 '-' '1". L' a.'Q 9 5 F 5 J 'if ,ir 0, ' Doicorilv I.Ul7lSl'1 i'o,x'l' K, 1 S 5 .THF .. ,Q . Q 5 1 g it Q f I 1 ,V Ctliltllilitlll' fur f74'tll'i'l1 .-l,lf, .SN 7M 3f"L:fr l'm.nmni.x. 5- ie- fo ' Maid 10 May Queen flip 5e4'ri-tnry llzunns. Vlubg ,lf Nlay Queen Ul- lb ry 4 , 1 .....1' ' in llinnlliezi luvelieat of 3 lyfggxlgixfgiirglbEllhlglils oilxlillpiiil to yon, Ulcl l,Vorlil, in Z A xg li need we are told, of youth and hzippini-ss, beauty :infl K, Q :J 0 intggeslta are Sending you our clinic:-sl wtf:-i'iiig, needing .XS ,f if no paean of praise, no lute, no Lfeelxle propllet tu ning fo I ul her charms. Yet her devoted frienrls Ill'l'flfi, iinlist' sfnil f' l this heart-felt tribute to the fJ"l1'l'f"l'?l'Cv 'lm-'ur"'l,Q .if 6 ing being "fairer than l'l1p0l10 S Si1l'l'l'lfC'fCHl'H1Cfl Stiff ii' rl --our raven crowned., satliiir:1lJ0dfQ,l10'3U Of Nw M-ly. fi our adorable companion ant rue rien . ' ... I r 1' 1 v . Vi U i in ' . ""' N it of. . 7' I V. 'i' 'ml' 4' , In . i it . -if ,IP 2 ' ,,..-we . i at .i 1 ave- . ' a 'Q V' 9 " - STER QUATTLEBAUM , 1 . jp ,Q ,I an JULIA LE , 9, , Q . KJ , f A lx C'a1xdz'date for Degree A.B. H L , .70 Co1.UMizi.i, S. C. 'ii' I ' ' r Y . if rc A E K: lx L lx r' i - . . . . J agp- 'l Treasurer of .Delta Epsilon lxappag Loqerl .lsheri 0 7416 L. Euphvosynean Lltel-ary Sf-VCIQTYZ Di-amzi Club, Lu-er 1 ,rf Glee Clubg Damas Cluhg Senior I.eacler. if - 'A ix. y Julia, the first of the Quattlehaurn sisters, is truly 1 ' in ' H a combination of brains and personality. Loyal to her FU ffl. 5 nf 17' friends, enthusiastic in everything she does .and de- , 1 .Ax . fy fl pendable. Always she is sure. to make good in a big . if-7 way. One of the most versatile and popular members K V, of our senior class, she has an' interest in every.phase 4,6 ,Ib A E' of campus life, being on familiar and equal footing in W1 , ' J both Davis College and the College shop. Junligrs am- ix 'H mation plus her individual style and her striking ap- XQ 57, Q3 pearance make her an outstanding figure in :Ny 51I'0L10- I QA!! f nk il, A girl whose popularity will never wane and whose 0--V U i I., vivid personality cannot fail to win for her an enviable 1,21 ' 023 li? . L place in the outside world. I . -af kquxnvxk we V.. je- , T if: s't"i Q 'Y-cali avi r V fi- fr -ia i A 'i ilj H Q 2 lil v -2: be Si 5 if . --ei .1 ig Qi l 7 D vi P "'- E 0 f -lf. WILLIAM MERITT QUATTLEBAUM, IR. ,lx . ., if ft, :.,.,,e 1 Y.. gl , L' ' I W . XJ- lx we y if Wx ' l r. E 'pf ' - 1, . Vi , ' ri 1. ,.b l I I . lx K' x if 1... ' ' 7 i lmlguzrll'lll'lflIH1,Hr1r.rififi 0 jp. 1 tk, Qu. 0 , 'HP Society. ft 'ws Rf 479: Meritt has completed his work for a Bachelor' of l5r.,,..,,a- Science. degree in three years. He is a recognized ,sf leader in scholarship, especially in chemistry. He has A received every possible honor in that department. ' R i- 'A spotless character, an able mind, an indomitable - Will, 95 Fympfifhetlc personality, a sincere frankness and 5- Q69 5 , 3 Stflkmg mdividuality characterize Meritt Quattle- 5 ' l. if . '., ' ' 1 - V V55 baum. "gl, -fd, ...L 1. Y We -L .Y-mmf .V H i ,X V -Wwwhm' Q tim ,N ,H-Q J N J 'iifff me A 'ii iw , "-,.,f'T'i3 sg . .., ,-.fv-.N x 0 : 41,11 'J-,X pf 5:33:55 ld K.. ly --lio.k'i. ,I X' . 'F NU' Si? 'I' fini", .' ' .,,f if S1151 ' s , I1 Qs fW'Qai2rxg,",s T A ' "L A," .- V., . A- 1 e eil. "A ' M X V.. i '- A ff! X' 'wi . .ff - 1 Q. --.. ai" v -' W -A ibm.: A.-1--,w N 1" , , 7z7'1iff.7'5T' 9 fe, V 1 1 L 'a ai' -E 7 6 ai- A 7 7 ai- 4 3 1 af, 4 5 4 zi- -A L 1 ai- Q 1- 7 Qin 4 'S I iw N A 7 iw. W W -z 7 I 4... sl' U' I ALBERT E. RAINSFORD Ca1zdidat.e foo' Degree B..S'. EDGEFIELD, S. C. -lv'i:"i' LESLIE RAMSDEN Cam-didate for Degree B.S. COLUMBIA, S. C. Boxing Squad C31, C415 Tennis C415 Carolina Sci- entific Societyg Rion Scholarship in Mathematics. The outdoor boy-see that tan? Chiefly interested in bird dogs, guns, etc.-books? Enough to get by O. K. Girls? There seems to be one in Rock Hill. Slay you always have luck and plenty of hunting, old oy. 'i:"i:"l:' GERTRUDE RIGBY Candidate for Degree A.B. in Education A MANNING, S. C. ZTA3 KZKS AKI' Publicity Manager C21, C31, President C41, Co-ed Athletic Associationg Basketball C21, C31, C415 Man- ager Hockey C41g Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet C415 Censor, Treasurer Euphrosynean Literary Societyg Treasurer Alpha Kappa Gammag Press Clubg Gamacoek Staffg GARNET AND BLACK Staffg Vice-President, Zeta Phig Pan-Hellenic Council. It would be hard indeed to imagine a more cheery person than "Gertie," and it would be impossible to find one who has contributed more to the brightness and goodness of life than she. A mere glance at her long list of honors assures one that she will be missed in many circles, but it is not as a student or officer that we shall miss her most- it is as a friend. l l awlapmky Vv'-g L V I 1 M - -1-.-wamwaauauannx ' D Y Q51 2 'f it 1 , by 5 3 wi 5' fe P 5' 'tm : W .MH ,. U I 'Fi' S . '11 Q3 F on W' 'wa v' 5 I , WJ -V f ,V A, , ,X J. " 'WP' X in ai X' 5 e. icnwfxim voxvicn nom-Lies f . ...., 5- -r . -f'rfff3'ffT"'f'Tn"'M" i l . . 1 If ' J ' 1' ' - "M ? It "R 'E Ui "ll A " l' ' f Cumlnluti' for llwynn x. . Ill mum: nm , is -K f. , , , ' 3 Mui.i.lNs, S. V. ff ' Il K A: 0 A li ' -st yi' f, I President Block "C" Club C223 YiCf"l'l'l'Hifll'Hl llllllm' X if-'fir ' Class, President Inter-Club Council f.22g Meniher l':in- ff Qt? . Y Hellenic Council C425 lllemher Athletic Advisory llloznrfl - If tp Q... ,- 'Q 1325 Athletic Editor. fiARN1I'1'l' ANU liinxrx C42vg Llari- . ,Q -,, U ,5 5 osophic Literary Socletyg Preslnnzm Football lNmnm-ralg fa 5 I f l l Varsity Football Letter cgi, 1.32, C-123 l'reshman Base- -N ffm, 1. , Q" ball Numeral, Freshnian Track Nnmeralg Varsity K ' i -2 Track Letter C22, Q2, f4'2j Cziptain Track Team C423 'W ' ,Q, Heavyweight Wrestling Lliampionslnp 1225 llolder ol V' . QM' 1 ,ir . V- 1 University Pole Vault Record. v' , Versatile Power! Fits anywhere on our campus. ffffnbx, ' Q , His friendship is the solidest quality we know, which f ff, A 5 'A l accounts for his popularity. K- ',- frm' 3-f H ' ' , A superior Mullins product, an'athlete, a leader and f' ' , li ' + , 3 a man. kPower possesses that mdetinalale something . ' 5 5 'i , 'Q which bec ons men to o ow. f. -H I 5 To you, "P" Rogers, Carolina gladly bequeatlies suc- my I f 5 cess, and now reluctantly bids you adieu. N ,Q-. A e f -wi ' Pe 'X --I ef., .. -4 3 Q, In ' Q i 5 ' fi- f fi. fi" ,ff 1' .gh V tii"'- Xl 3 A ,.,, .8 K 1 ' 4 New x --f u - at K af ' 'l 1, f -1- -xv fr . :Q . if W K QA V :VI ,lb W N li, 5 V 4 I ' W - -- ff 1 ,. 1 W 1 ALMA GLADYS ROMAN 'TIYE A iv il , 5 I ' ii 5 3511 X ' Candzdate for Degree A.B. '29 fy , il COLUMBIA, S. C. 2 ffl , y .n , , ., ' H E CIP ' ,lr rl l 2 l " , z Gladys. is. the kind of girl who "gets there." She I V - Ji has the initiative, will power, and stick-to-it-tivity that ' 1 sag A 1 1 wins 'over all obstacles. Her sincere friendliness, her , 'gg . ll i optimistic nature, and her gay wit have endeared her GUI" QQ ' to our hearts. We' have no doubt but that she will Q J? 1 attain that goal which she has in view for her life. A G5 I -- '--- J certainly, hope you do, old girl, 'cause, "we're bet- 4 ' l e NS 4 V, tin on you! 1 ,tr 6 ixXx.:T"lafi'?..--'ful 2,11 . l .,...""'t ggi 3 i'Vi 2' ei it it f' 1 3 :vm H an 2 5 ,sv , ,V M I .w"ffnq,,. l M ' lg 1 3 so-W QV 1 in ,ag V l JESSE EMMETT ROOF W3 Candidate for Degree A.B. in Edufafioai 2 ., X NEW BROOKLAND S C 0 .. . . . 'sf l l I K T r' 1, 11 V1 A 5.2 I X f I1 gi fif1i-: V 1 WV fy g A 1. "mf-Aw - f-.., ,,,A M ,KYIAQ H- 'IQA U W- ' ljr- if F fn I i e r"1, . 'f -I 'ac-em . : , V .32 r if li ,fl va A Usgawe 9, sb H, , ,V-Q 1 . . - 5 ' Q . V ' - ,. N , ,gx f : fr' -4 . 1-'5ISI'fFl'3WZ"'!'T'5"1"' 3 - 0,5 ,H .3 ri. vi' ' 0 4 3. ' V 7. ae el 9 l 70 sf' an bf 'lf ae xv bf I- 7. zi- go 'Er In 9-- Q0 ': 4 Qin Ao tt fe iw xc 5 1 I. 54. Qs A 4 7 fo lo QU ' N A 'a 'l ff ,Q X I l 'Q uf ! Q N : ,N 4 'Q -P PH --s 'L -1 'S 'X Zi -xi oy, ' 4 .9 1 'lt 3 oi 416 lb Q 1 nl' ..5 '4- zy 3 .X A" 'o 4 3 .4 1 .V A f OI H5 4' Q 4 'x its lf. 1314 Y? Q. ly: if if 'L ls .1 -V .1 u. P. lg li 'T lfg 7 X' W if '1 Fl ' rf ' .'9 iw if Elf iii "1 EIL an .. IQ 7 l'+q J 9' : ,, . P! N! ,. 9 fi 7 1 ff' me f 5 i! F , f It . L11 t'4 452 fx 'l, X iff .. nr be rx ,e l' li S' if il fj if P 5 L 55 f v,v nil .' 'L V, c. ' at .. .ff ij -.J ' u ff! '23 . V l ll 1 5 'fi' 1 ' . fl .s .1 A 1 . 5 ,Av if Q ' wi, ff 1? ,. Q. xv af . E . E . 5 i , ,gum 'nl " iq , 1 x 5 mls 1 I 1 . qt A w K qi' I4 i C 1 . is 4 Vlltlmm Lu -1- 1 elf! - , . Q. . llifvildlisvbii. S.f.L:.n' .fAr.f.'11.M JESSE ALEXANDER RUTLEDGE Candidate for Degree A.B. in fo1cr1zaIis1n PAGELAND, S. C. 2 A X3 Blue Key Reporter, Assistant, Editor-in-Chief The Gamecot-k,- Vice-President Sigma Delta Chi, Secretary Blue Keyg "YH Promotion Force, Delegate to South Carolina Col- lege .Press Association, Assistant in Journalism School- Clariosophic Literary Society. 7 Whether he's convoying a disreputable typewriter to Th.e'Gamee0ck office or dashing around with an armful of,Journal1sm papers, you can't miss Jesse's ready smile. Nor will it fail if you chance to stop him, You will find that no matter how busy he may be, he's willing to help you in any way he can. Incidentally while others complain of their burden- some extra-curricular activities and sigh for professors with softer hearts, Jesse goes right on garnering A's. High standards of scholarship are almost incompatible to many outside interests but Rutledge maintains both successfully. 'iv 'iv 'iv GRACE RUBY SANER Candidate for Degree A.B. PROSPERITY, S. C. KID X9 .KJ E K Hypatian Literary Society, U. D. C., Y. W. .C. A., Co-ed Glee Club C2Jg Varsity Hockey Team CID, CZD, UD, HD, Athletic Association C4jg Maid to May Queen C3D. If there's anything at all in a name, Grace, our heroine, personifies just that. It is manifestly, obvi- ously and potently unfair for the Grinding Destiny to pack into one person four heroinel-and not into more of them-so much charm, vivacity and character, ad lib. Why, we spent all our time enjoying her, and wondering wistfully if, on going out into the world, we can infect and imbue the rest of 'em with joy of living that gracious Grace possesses and passes on. It can't be done-because therels only one Grace. 'ir'i'+ AGNES IDA SHANNON Candidate for Degree A.B. COLUMBIA, S. C. Agnes has a pleasing personality and is seldom seen when she isn't talking. She is always optimistic and cheerfully tries to conciliate us when exams press heavily upon us or when we seem to be getting tired of school. She loves fun and is willing to try any- thing once. She is amiable, charming and dependable. We envy the place she holds among her classmates be- cause of her friendly and charming manner and hope that her future will be diamond-crowned as her past has been. ,inf ' f ' lla In H4 , L: 'Fi-P65l'AW!G4'I1-GWN4-b!95" .4-V .4- .'-,.f iff gk. ' t xt- gs! 0 K I W rw 3 C It S. 136.159 I . ,A 5 had Y1I',..,,,'ki'Jx,i'i. :XQQIZ . . -M. 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A.: l'l'c-sinlf-nt Delta Zetag Vice-President Alpha liannna fflulll 51-crcztilfb' Alpha Kappa Ganimag llockey 'l'c-:nn Ill, U95 1,0-ed Athletic Association. Capable, friendly, self-reliant, that is "Sis.'f lf you want a thing done let "Sis" do. It. ffll' Shlll' 15 fllWflYS willing. She has proved her ability, both in the Y. W. C. A. and in her academic work. I "Sis," with her frank, unselfish and sympathetic nature has been a valuable friend to many. 'ller four years at Carolina have been a period of service to all those who needed aid or advice. VVe are already he- ginning to realize how much we shall miss her next year. Her record as a student, her ability as a leader, and her determination to succeed predict for her a future which we must say is well deserved. 'i'+'lr KATE ELIZA SHERER Candidate for Degree A.B. in Education COLUMBIA, S. C. Athletic Association C253 Glee Club CZJ, 1.35, CAD: Treasurer, Critic, Vice-President, President Hypatian Literary Society. Kate is the kind of a girl you want for a friend: the kind of a friend that's a loyal friend-true-blue like her eyes. When you're blue or downhearted all you need is Kate Csort of a labeled medicine bottle, you seej and soon the sun's shining again. You just can't be down- hearted when she's around. Kate is always friendly to everyone. She is good- natured, dependable, and sincere at all times. Her' wit and humor are both original. Some day she. will make the world laugh with her ever humorous articles and short stories. ri' -if 4- .IOSEPH GORDON SHULER Candidate for Degree B.S. in Commerce CAMERON, S. C. 'Il' II fl? Track CU? Euphradian Literary Societyg Scrub Football C253 Historian Phi Pi Phig Intramural Foot- ball UD, C-UQ Intramural Basketball CZD, CSD. u.ll1St Joe"-the kind of agpei-S05 whom every one meet. His happy smile and attractive person- lilges to Ellty have won for him a.score of true friends. He has attained great heights in the field of journalism- is letters are .perfect-so say the girls. Because of his courage and lofty ideals we have come to adm1re'h1m and value his loyalty and honesty. No greater tribute can we pay him than to say that he is 3 Dflnce of a fellow, a true friend and a good sport. ANGELICA VAN BUREN SIMPSON Candidate for Degree A.B. in Education COLUMBIA, S. C. Damas Club. Angelica, after a sojourn of seven terms at Caro- lina, has completed her course with a minimum of effort Cand I may add, of creditsj and a maximum of results. Specialization is not in her line but she must thank her Alma Mater for a comprehensive, cultural education. There will be a vacant place on the "wall" when she has gone. 'lv-Ih-i- FENELON DEVERE SINIITH Candidate for Degree B.S. GRANITEVILLE, GA. High Honor Roll and Staff of the Hiltouiazi., Rein- hardt Collegeg Honor Graduate in Public Accounting and Auditing, Southern Shorthand and Business Uni- versity, Student Instructor of Commercial English, Bowen-Connatser Business University, Clariosophic Literary Societyg Assistant in Commerce. He would not have us herald a future which might not materializeg nor does he wish that I should laud his past. A career of sacrifice is his part. Be his 1ife's journey humble or meteorical, we wish for him courage, devotion, and strength to follow his chosen course, "To do the best I can." 'ic"i'4:' LILLIAN THELMA SMITH Candidate for Degree A.B. COLUMBIA, S. C. Damas Club C3D, C4Dg Varsity Basketball CU, 125, Co-ed Athletic Association CU, CZD, C3jg Honorary Varsity Hockey Team CZD, C3jg Class Hockey Team CZJ, C3Dg Class Tennis CZJ, C3Jg Track CD, C253 Glee Club C4Dg Maid to May Queen CSD. Thelma resembles a fashion model more than a "seri- ous" university student. She has golden hair, blue eyes and one of those slender, willowy figures that princesses have in fairy stories. I Her favorite pastimes are bridge, hearts and dancing. One notes her exquisite presence at every dance, whirl- ing from'partner to partner with augmented velocity and incontestable perfection. We vainly peruse the thesaurus for further adjec- tives to apply to this radiant person. She is that most unique and rare combination, butterfly and student. L my , QP l , .. an ' , mu, '-' f fic? A NIARIIC I,Hl'ISI'l SMITH HH If f I F. .t xl , . ,N . is if 6- P4 l V . J T we. Hay :tif . - ...E ' W + I "4-:Y JZ Y qt N. x .1 Lx I HK ,V 3 ,rj I K, 0 EU six I' ,df 0 or-is ll' il' 49' 'kai XPQL F' 15'-B1 ""'s. wa. 4" is G' U"xg?J'3l! ai-ls li M9 im- F 59" 59 if '93 ll- A qs.. CL GHZ! 'Tiff uv Q' f' -ff Nall I 'NEW l wi fo N I I 1 l llll 1 ISI mu I 1 , -. ul 4 uk 1 Ill as lllty Qllll H'-ll Nfl lf' lllt l ll H ll IIN Ur Cltcs N 'P+-if N,-u1,,,,.! 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H ,- fr: A l' 4 ff . gf. 1 'f ., --f , Q fw- " ffl '53 F743 1 if f' A OD 'A "" A .N , gt 4 pf vi: 1 L rj. A X -l nf Q... 'Rf g -P --- Q ff .RN , w - ,, L '-m-me-JW ' ., J ,F V A 'I "'E ' ' V A .1 Y . uv ,. .W -.Ara 5" l A I rll 7. lt' Al 9 0 7. i l lf- Al o- to 7. lb go A 4. 7. ll' X0 -'El lo Qtr ge Ev f. iw Q 5 ll fo len Q Sh " fs lo I B MARY ISABELLE SPARROW Candidate for Degree A.B. in Education CAMDEN, S. C. Mary is of the opinion that "the world looks brighter from behind a smile." Her good humor and cheerful- ness 'have taken her a great way on the road to success. She takes all that life has to offer of love, laughter and happiness. This seemingly frivolous person has serious moments. It is only her most intimate friends who know her real worth. Underneath this shell of frivolity she is a girl of sterling character and mental ability and has all the qualities that are endearing to a true woman. She holds friendship sacred, for within her lies a soul that is sincere to all who are true and worthy of her love. We think that she loves, but we know she is loved. We wish for her, her heart's greatest desire -happiness. 'iv -lc 'lc' CARL CAUGHMAN SOX Candidate for Degree B.S. COLUMBIA, S. C. Hermes Club Freshman Basketball CID, Gym Team CID, CZD, C3jg Secretary Louis Pasteur Pre-Medical Societyg Secre- tary, President Hermes Clubg Carolina Scientific So- ciety, Vice-President Pre-Medical Society. Another product of Columbia High School-and a good one! While there he decided that medicine should be his profession and he is now well on his way toward making the decision a reality. Besides being a good student, he has also found time for other activities. He is active in scientific so- cieties, a familiar figure in social circles and a good gym performer, winning first place medal in gym- nastics in '27, 'if 'i' 'nk , FLORIDE STODDARD Candida-te for Degree A.B. COLUMBIA, S. C. A A Hz A K I' Honor Committeeg Chaplain, Usher, Vice-President Euphrosynean Literary Society, Hockey Team CZJ, C3Dg Secretary U. D. C. One word is sufficient to describe Floride's character. That word is loyalty-loyalty to friends and to ideals. If Floride calls you a friend you may know that she will stick by you through thick and thin. And just ask any of the Alpha Delta Pils who has worked hardest for the chapter, and they will probably say with one accord--Floride. , , ., .pu-gnehdilnu -.n11www1w4u6-hm.4:1lllli9Hnna4m-H 5 ,XA . x,.V.,, h ,YV X J, I .M , ff 5 . V vel if V ,fu Qt A ik. ' it 3: Q ff, 'lid :Xe QQ? 'I , shvhtqiy-if PV, Qui, l 'I .V V. ii, T . V' 1 " fi , 'Hi Q 'N ff, l '-'F t T" , 9 6 lv din , i - V1 Y VL, V: N 9-M MM .1 sq xi ,li ! 'I . .. ' g S X "Q X 'H ' .ft I 'IJ Q57 ...Ql"l'.,..-fllfwiiil K X if ""Qlr"'! f' 'ir -N Ve' V-7 r UP T S I Mm,,,,,.-,.-. ., ,, i ROBERT JAMES s'rommRo 7 lf X 3 J l ll ' A Cllllldlifldfl' for llfyrvr' C.Ii. Y ll I i X i Q Co1.uMnrA, S. C. , ,lv A R l E V 2: o A Vg A. s. ci. 1-1, ' we 3--V , V V X ' .. l' ' l Varsity Football Letter 633, f4Dg lfrcsliman Baseball ff V 2 Q fr' Q I Numeral: Varsity Baseball Letter 611. 129, UQ, 147 5 fr 1, 'I E 5 'S 5' V ins: ' ,' , 2 Captain Baseball C45 3 Freshman Basketball Numeralg A F 7 MSN ?- U ' 1 President A. S. C. E.g Honor Committee C415 Clario- W fc 571: Ig ' ' sophic Literary Societyg Freshman Council Y. M, C. A. i 3 rm, A Whenever "Bob" sets out to do something, he not IMD 5' ' only does it but does it well. The above list of activ- l , .K Ve - ' i ities show what a busy life he has lerl at Carolina. fi I . mf' ' 0 , 1 1 Busy? Yes, but not too busy to knock down the "A's" , A 'mn' Q5 i ' V 5 d k a those d'1tes across the street' Pl 'YW All N , an eel 1 . J I mm "'f-2 7 2 f' 0 , ,V ' 2 if i l if' l li si V ' ll' D, w , ik ' Jw F S, ' -"' V , 5 xg 5 ...MM ,, . ,,n',..f Q X, im., , f' K ph w V ,f 5' 7 'A f 7 I f if ' x i 3 ft l ' ELIZABETH ABEGAIL STRICKLIN 1 gp I 'Z N Can-didate for Degree A.B. in Journalism Li lp 4?-vm. ii i CHERAW, S. C. ' 'x 5 .mr . S 5 li Wise, sad, tired eyes seeming to say, "Nothing can A. T,,r. 1.0 il S Q terrify me now." This girl is a living contradiction. 1 Da .- rt Ji 7 ii E At times she wants to lean on someone, yet she is al- P 7. ' . V in J :Ag ways too "big" for such small things and finally sees W. 5 3 'I it through alone. 'She reminds one of a poem which M -uf, ,,. IP l 1 ends S f in ,.... E 5 -V+, ' . gi l "I have known too deep a pain . li 2 W-'V A 3 l To fear the things that life can bring, 3 N hh- H Or ever 'weep again." l 54' S V' 42. Q She revels in the joy of solitude. sl Y . .5 V 1, 5 V . ' 2 if l ,lr 2 14: 'exile 1 ' l E .. .V 3 in Emp l ' 3 Via -if -if " xl 1 . 1 ' 0 A 3 r 7 I V l f N 'E 51, lv , CLAUDE TOWNSEND SULLIVAN if s Ei, , Candidate for Degree B.S. . 5 , .,,..,, S ANDERSON, S. C. ' . E5-S+.. "':,U, -EAEQ AEA St .v,.., 1. . T ' A , German Club. H 7 3 a"'1'-- it . 'ff-n.,T. 3 Q Claude is a peach of a boy. He is generous, good I U? 5 . In , J .V -R., D X and possesses plenty of sense. He came to "the best fll Q,,ff"s school 111 the Countfyfi according to him, after de- L ggi: Q0 3 A tollflng fOr years via Furman and Virginia. , Fw 3' Il I 11151 r-eg, M, . W S Hefeis t0 YOU, old boy, through the years to come. gi, . mw-, .- .... -.pg..4.L,g1...j.., " 'ff UNA 'H V 2 f ti V Q V 1 V gg A . 'Q -., 7' I , S2 ff 3 1 jg- . H -lhfC,Q"wiff1 mfr, 0 Wk Bm t v Fl qs MS J 4 V J I F GV A A ",. v 0 .QMS , M . 3- AF ,Q 1 A 4 V Fffvk W, -' 1 i -155 5 U1 f 3, Qi? Ail. 5 1 ' "x 1 " '- ff- 'K 1 , ,wwxjytr s, I . C" J my-Xb 'i"f'w -,,- ' V , , . . A Q? 'N ,fi .i'i1"5. R1 if .ri ' V 1 I, is., L ilkv, af' ,J .X X ""-em ,M,-N' " ' ' V, " ""' 5WiidwnH1'haLat',q.3u:grxf fr TV" 'i'?1"mf7'l'WP'W"Yt hfw1wf1ammeunmmmamuunnrngn:m2HHWV"' WILLIAM JESSE TAYLOR, IR. Candidate for Degree B.S. in E. E. COLUMBIA, S. C. ATQ3 EACIJ, A. S.C.E., A.I.E.E. Attended The Citadel, 1924-'27, B.S. in Physics, Trident Engineering Society, Carolina Scientific So- ciety, Le Conte Scientific Society, German Club, Caro- lina Cotillion Club. Perhaps it was Aesop or possibly one of his con- temporaries that chanced the statement, "Experience keeps a dear school, but fools will learn in no other." At any rate, the author of this supposed truth has taken a one-sided view. He associates a manls experi- ence with hardships. Yet the experience' from which a man profits most is much less that which has been akin to misery and hardships than that which has been related to success and happiness. From his defeats he learns but little. It is his conquests and successes in sports, in business, in artistic effort, or in love that teach him his most valuable lessons. flcdcwlc' ROBERT WHITFIELD THOMAS Candidate for Degree B.S. in Commerce s COLUMBIA, S. C. E N 3 A E II Freshman Basketball Squad, Track Team 11j, 121, 135, 145, Vice-President Block "C" Club, Senior Leader German Club, Carolina Cotillion Club. Though "Bob" was one of the many who came in '25, his graduation leaves a multitude' who remember him for his singular accomplishments. His quiet and unassuming manner should carry him far-provided some dark-eyed brunette doesn't side- track him. They seem to be his weakness. If he can take care of them as easily and skillfully as he has done the hurdles on the cinder path we can prophesy a speedy victory. A student, a first-class athlete, endowed with a won- derful personality, his success seems assured. 'nlculcfi' HARRIET ELIZABETH THOMPSON Candidate for Degree A.B. LAURENS, S. C. F Ex K E K9 H E CP Damas Club, Honor Committee 115, House Commit- tee of Dormitory 115, May Queen 111, Vice-President Gamma Sigma 121, Maid in Coronation 125, Glee Club, Assistant Manager Glee Club 131, Secretary- Treasurer Junior Class, Class Ring Committee, Pan- Hellenic, Treasurer of Damas Club 143, Y. W. C. A. Maybe they are a "rag and a bone and a hank of hair," but the rags this one wears are always gay and attractive, the bones ever so nicely concealed by slimly- contoured cuticle and the hair is smooth, ashy blonde, with a ready smile beneath, which is one way of ex- plaining that "Lib" has proved one of the most popular girls of the campus. Another way would be to review her many virtues--academic and social-and confront you with the total sum. But why overwhelm you? Elizabeth learns aptly, talks readily but not too often, is thoroughly cordial and irrepressibly warm-hearted, dances oh so smoothly and knows P from Q-and that we maintain, is enough for this incarnation. BENJAMIN Cl.ICVI'Il.AND TIIURNTON Cuzzrlizlrzfe for llrgree A.l3. 1 - 1 IuAsl.l-.v, S. C.. German Clubg Carolina Scientific Society. There is that combination of modesty. aloofncss and dignity about "Ben" which forbids rank flattery. So we will forebear the indulgence and confine ourselves to statement as unassuming as is this boy's manner. "Ben" has an unbending honesty and native gentility which may handicap him in an unscrupulous and pre- tentious world. However, his insight, intelligence and determination should helix thi: boy to offset these handi- caps-"condition his reflexes" to make the properly naturalistic response. Viewing the degree in which he has earned consideration and commanded respect on the Carolina campus, we believe that "Ben" will be able, after all not only to keep the wolf from the door, but even to make a fur coat out of him. 'i-'iwi' SARAH CORNELIA TIMMONS Candidate for A.B. Degree COLUMBIA, S. C. Student Council C435 President of Co-ed Association C455 Glee Club CD, CZD, C3D, C4Jg Varsity Hockey Team CD5 Manager Freshman Basketball Team C193 Freshman Hockey Team CID, Y. W. C. A. Cljg Scara- bean Club, Student Assistant in Physics C3J, C4D. "There,s something nice about everyone, but there's everything nice about you" could certainly be sung to Sarah, except she'd be to modest to let you, neverthe- less it's true, for she is gifted and possesses that rare combination of attractiveness and brilliance. .Her popularity bespeaks her attractiveness and bril- liance While her work in the physics department is a proof of her knowledge. ':!c"i"iv ANNE TRUESDALE Candidate for Degree A.B. in Education KERSHAW, S. C. V Censor Euphrosynean Literary Society, Treasurer VVOman's Athletic Associationg Captain Hockey Teamg Varsity Basketballg General Manager Basketballg gfagk Teamg Manager of Track, Tumbling Teamg Golf u . Anne is proof that the best things come in the Smallest packages. She was captain of more teams at Carolina than anybody. Full of wit and sparkling per- sonality, she .was easily the best dancer on the campus. She took an immense interest in all campus activities- whlch d1d not, however, interfere with the active corre- SD0I'1dCnce she has been carrying on with some one in lgock Hill. That's all right, Anne, Carolina is proud 0 you. 1-.., so ily! -1 1 lv ,..., l 'L pf' ir""' , A Wh' sw" vw" n""" ull' wwf" Il""' L I-HQVM' 'J A4 7 "'-4' an . 71 '1.'4L5'. 2"'u.-1 , F' P'-surf L-1 ,W . . , VW V .H ..v y.,,,4.i v 'I'Z.i.s1.f, , J ' W 1 x- 'Q-.F H 4'- J1 L, ir" . 5 5 i iz. ,, .,: . V- . 0 s,.. - QL? 'af X . , N, llvl an fm- ."' ' ug w I . lt Ls 'Q 1 Egg' , . .U .V WaQN F' 1' EVA TRUESDALE C.a.1zdidate for Degree A.B. in Education KERSHAW, S. C. Euphrosynean Literary Societyg Hockey Teamg Base- ball Teamg Tumbling Teamg Woman's Athletic Associ- ationg Basketball Squadg Y. W. C. A. Eva is the sweet old fashion type of girl, and if Kershaw has any more like her, Carolina will welcome them. That smile and personality have won for her a host of friends. At first meeting, you would think her Very quietg but don't believe it! She is as full of fun as anybody. Here's to you, Eva, may you be as suc- cessful in life as you have been in drawing friends to you. 'iv-ic"i' FRANK HARVEY TURNER Candidate for Degree Ph.G. COLUMBIA, S. C. 'ID H C115 A E President of Carolina Pharmaceutical Society. "Snake," being pharmaceutically inclined, came to the University in the fall of '25 to study his chosen profession. He possesses a rare personality and a remarkably keen mind. He is capable and efficient and being so gifted he has distinguished himself in the department. His fineness of character and dependability cement friendships in all with whom he comes in contact. We bid you "Bon Voyage,', "Snake,', and sincerely hope that your future will be one of success and happiness. 'i' 'iv 'ic JOHN ASHBY TURNER Candidate foo' Degree B.S. in Commerce DENMARK, S. C. fI11T'l1iK.EK9A2H , Secretary C3j, Vice-President C4D, Delta Sigma Pig Treasurer CSD, Kappa Sigma Kappag Social Cabinet 133, C413 Y. M. C. A. , VVe've always wondered why Denmark was such a plrosperous towng now we know-John comes from t ere. He began his college career at Clemson, but after a year found that the better place for him was Caro- lina. We find him a man of deeds and not of words. john, in his calm dignified manner, has distinguished himself among his friends as one of unusual character and a dandy good fellow. llllllllllllllllll lllllll A,. l e I f. 'I fr II U ,Q I :ual if QI 91 vii' LP'-l 'fi ji I--, ff 4. :law- ffzi .- ff-if. W 1 I , - . ..-...., , ,, ... 3 I XA ' N5 . xff I, 7 N, S 'W-,, xx do Ve fy, My 5 C M3 I .I .W I ' gy, ' exif.. Qld- Vnxlfa Nth ' If . F y 1? V f av. D Q A U X., J U 5 -- " ' li "' 'P' as iii . ' l ., tg lift, in G .-- fl. 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Asso.g Constitution Comm. Cljg Ath. Councilg . I X A0 I IM lli M Basketball CU, C295 Hockey Team 621, C395 Tfmms 5 ,K 'nf-.5 - I '. Squad C215 Hiking Club C239 Co-ed Staff of Gamecock. I X fu fl I I 1 1 -- swf, 1 Your Honor, we beg to present "Rosie," a girl whom ' vm I' 'I' 'f' jg? I , !,lI every humor becomes, who makes friends with a side ,, 1 s 'ItRfI---.tI.,.--.3 - I ,li glance-then takes your heart with a smile. ,Nb neways . , .gi Wk i 'l i2.,.i .fir H 5 14 , V F 2-I jfqgwmp ,pf CJ' fs J 1 , ' , .. ,K 2 , ,lx S M I "1 X. ..', ' v 5 I ' ' mafia'-' '- 'rik l K--an! A Q :WI 4, 4. Q. caaf- at l A I tl sl' I-MII. q Q If NIH ,Ny p ,I lc II WILLIAM DUI-'FIB VERNER fi I . ,l Candidate for Degree A.B. ll, ,ml J COLUMBIA, S. C. . I if A 1' Q 1 II SI' x"ff',,.i'fif3,f-, ' Crefibairnczby, cap, 445, GCI-man Club, sphinx Club! ' 5 I fi I fl, 1 Q '. oti ion u . s RM- .-"l T I l N-,,,M"""' ff, " I Essentially a man, by creation of his makerg frlend I liar ' f , and student by choice-and admired by all for his 3 gli I 52- I f 5' , ability to keep his head above the crowd in all matters 1: "l,,,,-.I---f---f if: ,I that differentiate an outstanding man from the motley j -,A RK 5 I ' crowd. ' T, ,Rh -X I VI V : il . Ik i I ' .i li 'Q 5. H A' lv, I ' Ix C X , x X A .1 I , I .. v I lj l I ,I I I It X I . ' sl :f A V. E 2' J M -vxif 4- - ... - Y W - J ' "I,-I--1 . x' I " "N 'L A I ,I- ' ' --as t 1 I Va,..,f" I I KI" N ,, ...- I , r'o -. 1 I I' - - K 5 Y - 'I " 1 ' ' 1 S . I 3' C' if S s 5 xl F113 - I'I ' In A U. eff? 551 lt I f lit ef., fir i ' ,. x ' I I2 i , ... , , 1' ll.. A X . If .. I I e qi' A, I . I 2 3. I I 'i 5, A K I ' I V -X f it ' fl if I I ' I .K , H ,. gl X p X gl S ' - l I i l i N., 'I i - .Qgz I Q " V. X. fs " K . I. . 1 -. I X I ,Q jI,7-- ,.. . . . ,. ,, .,,,...,.,,,, is I. 1'.s,I.x: ,.!,,:t:i:!. ....... . "Bill" needs no introduction to Carolina men. To the readers of this book we say that "Bill" is faultlCSS in any line of endeavor that has as requisite the conti- dence of his fellowmen. 'ii-kde HENRY C. WALKER, IR. Can-d'ida.te for Degree A.B. MCCORMICK, S. C. Blue Key Euphradian Literary Society, Circulation Manager. Business Manager Ca1foli1Izf1'a11,,' President of South Carolina College Press Association, Intra-mural Foot- ball Championship Team C3D, C415 Intra-mural Basket- ball Championship Team CZJ, CSD, C415 Freshman Baseball Manager C3D. "Chess" had one thing that was to his disadvantage when he came to Columbia-he hails from McCorm1Qk county. However, he has succeeded in overcoming this handicap and has done a good work at Carolina. As a student, "Chess" is capable, eager, and zealous! as a man, he is friendly, sincere, courteous, and p0S- sessed of a stalwart basic integrity. f'farfff2gmfWWfIfsV'1.f frfaf.' , x 30 Io - glib I l 4 X els I. I l I llh Ki 5 I .5 A Q' f I ll.. U f Y I '- ' I ily, . Q' , btiu lu. .P K U, , , , , , . iww'-1I-wmv-www ,,-, I , - . . I . . wariwmmwrmnv:aauwmmemww:wmnmaww"" ' X l l 1 , 5 '5 lu I '-fir: lr-f 1 221' g. 521 '1 .. :Zi .. E' '4 ug., K lx I l' if-as , I, Y l l f ' I ll .f - lf A Nu S rr H A "" ffm "w f l S ' "W, tl I I . I -, -I-3 - I I Q Q , I f f 'Z ,II fs. X t l' 1 " , G ii I 'CUC' 'll,lIi ."iCx'+ 3 1 '. CUB 'V f' lfi P Q I A fe X I -I' I-I '..",fI ix'?'l'l'l1 gdgtxiaim . I Q Q If if - K , ,I , ,l , A I . 'N .A vb, .X P.: K IAKK W1 fl CLIF X ix' -I it v if .Pi ka IL tx QA? P in Kgs. cr 49.145 1 . 3 " . I f ' ' .A i. . ,r , u 1 5 I .I o. me Z -C v I mn, 'W' 1 11 v' r 'ty""a ci Q I I rg , fr: " is . l -Lx I ' F, I . X " i1 .,Qi.-' ,jt. ., vm . ,- l-Q .V I 'iw nf '1 'Q 114 2. I OV nj! '4. 0? nf . 'L 1 . ' Qlf , iLS'Alm.a,.,-tl" 51:11 ..L' .L T.-1-.:v.t7s', .., 1: lla- :. Lenser. Nb' ' ' is f -0-4-. f ' V , lb U , W al., xl. if ,av I uni' . if i J. S-p,,,w-rw., 4- -4- 2 W , if C ' g. fa rf' fi "sw he Q i me 4 Mb ,J 5, 5' v--Q 5 0 ... eb an at , .. f. i M -1+ , . q t 9 'M I ' M .. . is .. '..:.f9iZ3 L I' 11351 ff? L -4 - isliifi... P ' X, WILLIAM H. WALTER, IR. Candidate for Degree B.S. in Conwnerce COLUMBIA, S. C. fl? II 111 Student Director Band "Bill," as he is known to his many friends, is one of the most accomplished musicians this school can boast. In spite of his other activities he has found time to be Student Director of the band and has been the stellar trombonist of several orchestras. He has also made his mark in the school of commerce and his departure will leave a place that will be hard to till. 4. ll. I "5 1 'f V I 4' It 04' ix' H-10 , 1 xy S'-'fn .2 - P Drop in to see us when you're down this way, "Bill," . A a V - I U we'll miss you. Q g ex xl if -in 4 , M Aj , C l H . ' f 5 -'av i ' ...Cf I IH .,,,,,.af" I I l , I Id, il -1 X 'jf H ' X H 'U'hd3 WILLIAM PEDEN WAMER Q Candidate for Degree A.B. in Education I g I ST. GEORGE, S. C. it -- .ii KEKQ our ' A I 'b . 'I U 4 Reporter, Censor, Vice-President Euphradian Liter- in K af' X ary Societyg Y. M. C. A. Council CZI, C3D, C453 Q .X Leader Bible Discussion Group C455 Undergraduate if 1 sv History Clubg Carolina Scientific Society, Scholarship ,I X l o Clubg Preston Honorary Scholarship C3D, C413 Assist- 1 P -- ' 4,6 ant in Mathematics C3l, C455 Assistant in Astronomy ' 9-L, Qui co. . "Pete" has entered into all phases of college activity I A g I 0, with equal zeal, he has always made excellent grades l Z in scientific and mathematical studies along with the 1 . ll 4 others, yet, he is not a recluse, but enjoys his play as V N' 'S well as his work. As a student, he is capable, eager, I , Q ax Ux and zealous, as a man, he is friendly, sincere, courte- l g j '- ' V ous and possessed of a basic integrity. ' H H Q ig f I 'Ny " "R I His influence at Carolina has been felt, it has been , ' ' ' 1.5 i Ugg " 456 uplifting and of the highest caliber. There will never -f-. .... ,,. 4' Mx" 5' , "f be one who is more loyal to Carolina and the ideals K K 1 W which she endeavors to cultivate. ' ,ji ,li ' K: -. i . I 4 A T 'i ' if P H:f 'Q Q Q'Qr U . A A f i .. I 'ir' 'ic' 'ir' ' I :nf M ,, A ' . F '-5. I 1 Q p, asap Q 4 GEORGE P. WATSON I , .Q Q .v Candidate for Degree B..S'. in E. E. ' I V 'f COLUMBIA, S. C. A, -. . . -if ,Q ,i A. s. E. E., A. s. C. E. LeConte Scientific Societyg Freshman and Varsity I 1 0, . Footballg Block "C" Club, Band. ' Ns, 3 ,O VH: gof' X ' 4 wfii cr .fi-i:N,,'fj1. .1-js., ff tix if .nr-A., t I, -4 ip, W - --'- - - ,gg it ,- h -- .fr gl? 51,2 ri gg, I -. v U "I FI 3 ia." .ii gx, ,lu 0 24. 55.2 M, A twx 2. i .Q 'af 6 0".ffUQ'ta TN . - HR' A 1' if : 5 af " 'B I ' Q. ,V 'ff rm M Xlxgxynikvf ix ij, if 'Ai 3 4 , V: A ,A 6 R . ,J ' ,. .xlu J, J." . . ' 1 - 6' wwf' yr '- wimm-ummm-an mwuum:ns:mmwnnm.iz:w.::i':x4n::avm:w:s:t'1:xf .. f -- ' New if DAVID JORDAN WARIJLAW Candidate for Degree 13.5. in Commerce TROY, S. C. Ablll "Mike," as he is affectionately known to a wide circle of friends on the campus, is a man of great worth to the old Alma Mater. It is said that a smile goes a long way to make friends. Also, in "Mike's" case, his friends go a long way to meet his smile. "Mike" is truly a man with the combined qualities of friend, student, and a real gentleman. With this recipe, the success which all his friends predict for him is inevitable wherever he may go. 'Jr"iv'ir' ANN CARLAT WELLWOOD Candidate for Degree A.B. LAKE MURRAY, S. C. President of Pan-Hellenic Council, President Chi Omega, Instructor in Department of Romance Lan- guages. 'i+'i'flv GUY HAYWOOD VVHITE Candidate for Degree B.S. in Ch. E. COLUMBIA, S. C. Delta Clubg A. S. C. E. Clariosophic Literary Society, Band CU, CZJ, UD, C455 Carolina Scientific Society, Secretary 123, Presi- dent UD, C425 LeConte Scientific Societyg A. S. C. EJ Student Assistant in Chemistry 121, tif, C4J. In C. H. S. Guy was the leading tooterg at Caro- lina, for two years, he blared his horn louder than ever Cno, not in the Clariosophicj. He then transferred his attention and affection to the divinity of retorts and test-tubes. In chemistry Guy knows his eggs fphewll. To the denizen of Davis scurrying down the corridors of LeConte, there abides the dark suspicion that those eggs are more than slightly addled. His- t0ry, German, French exhale no miasmasg Greek and Latin, though dead, lo! these thousand years, reek not to high heaven in such foul putrefaction. The world will hear more anon from Guy in person. v l l K e. Muff M , l H M Pwnu 1 tiff ifili E41 as :Ain Eli' 2. v fi!" fi li' Q 1. ,..,. u.-wl' Php. I5. . ' .Q -'liz-... ' l 'iff 2. fn. 'iff QYYQA. L we ,., n.,,, dt' hr While sm 8 new .. ,ki 1 1 ' .-1 I 4. fi :Yu ...4 H' if :fi . a , a ,J LEWIE ALLEN WHITE Candidate forr Degree B.S. in Commerce COLUMBIA, S. C. Freshman Basketballg Varsity Basketball CZD, C3D, C4Dg Freshman Baseballg Varsity Baseball C455 Block "C" Club. 'i+'i"i' RALPH L. WHITE Candidate for Degree Ph.G. CAMDEN, S. C. Vice-President Carolina Pharmaceutical Society CZD, President C3D. "Doc" entered Carolina in the fall of 1926 and has shown his high scholastic ability by finishing one of the hardest courses at the university in three years. NVhite has an affable and congenial personality and quickly makes friends with all whom he meets. The esteem that his fellow students have for him is shown by their electing him to several responsible positions in the Carolina Pharmaceutical Society. "Doc" has had a number of years of experience in this work and we predict for him the greatest success in his chosen field. 'iv 'nl' 'if MILBURN CULLEN WILLIAMS Candidate for Degree A.B. in Education NORWAY, S. C. Freshman "Y" Council CD5 Track Team CID, CZJ, C3J, C4Dg Circulation Manager of Ganieco.ck,' Assistant Advertising Manager of GARNET AND BLACK. "M, C.," as he is generally known on the campus, will be sadly missed at Carolina. He is studious enough not to be called a campus landmark, athletic enough to show his wheels to other "cinder path" men, and sporty enough not to be called a collegiate Beau Brummel. HM. C.'s" personality radiates like an irri- descent light and his suave demeanor betokens a con- sumate gentleman. To list his virtues would be super- Huous as truth needs no flowers of speech. ARTHUR CARL WILLIAMSON Candidate for Degree lJ'..S'. in Canmwrve LANCASTER, S. C. K E KI! A Z ll It was only four years ago that "Red"'came to .us from Lancaster, bringing with him lofty ideals which he has steadfastly clung to. His determination to suc- ceed has brought him through all the ups and downs of college life. , We predict for Arthur, now at the threshold of life, fulfillment of his lofty hopes. and we wish for 1..i.1 .4 , 2 9' 4' i , 4 7- ' w 5' l y I 7' career that will be long and happy. ill' XO Ta OJ -1' + if 7, af- ROBERT COLLINS WIMBERLY 0 Candidate for Degree A.B. A i bl! ST. MATTHEWS, S. C. 7 3 2 Ng 0 A if ' Freshman Football and Baseball, Varsity Football ,U l CZJ, C3J, C415 Varsity Baseball C3J, C4jg Varsity Track CSD. There appears to the side the very agreeable and A. U peaceful image of an old war horse who has caused Qu plenty of trouble to southern football teams. Long will f Carolina students remember "Bob's" smashing drives, f. l his deadly tackling-and whatever good football playegs do. Not only has he starred in this sport, but won his letter in two others as well. ag, l When the glories of the gridiron fade away, how- ever, we will still remember "Bob" as a regular fel- low, and one that we were proud to know. X. X r :ft lo 'if 'lr 'ir' MARGARET CALDWELL WITHERS Candidate for Degree A.B. COLUMBIA, S. C. A A A Secretary Delta Delta Deltag Damas Club, Glee Club CU, C213 Y. W. C. A., Student Assistant in Biology. Call it fate, luck, or chance! Carolina was indeed fortunate to- have this transfer from Hollins. Margaret is an unusual type and is prominent in whatever she undertakes. Besides carrying an unusually hard COUTSC, She holds down a "lab" section in LeConte Cflllege with perfect ease. . Endeared with a remarkable personality and a keen intellect, Margaret .has made a place tha, wi.1 bt ha.u to fill in the Carolina ranks. D its I C V, im K' X 'Eff I, Q ln, -'SQL r, 9 la . I l l "kia: .' , l A SK gf 'K ' al 1 ' " A 5 4.1 ff' A7 4 ,D an 'ikiix ny, 'J' V .4 .. f -1 :XF K. asf .Q 'Q .YW 5. ll -:jf .X f U . I' .-fi 'Q -.v .J Us .Nb -4 X U 4 fi 5 nl' ali ,Q CK!-f elf: :N r O fy 4- rf: 5 A 45 f a O if wi. ,ig 456 ,auf rits f 1 1-.x lil: Q, W ,a il' . 1 sii ft E34 cyl ll tv ,. lil if fl ll it ' 1 it , , 5 4 fl gl i"' ii 15 .e 'l fi Pt iff I 1. 9 ia '4 5 T1 ll 3: lij T F f. ig lf. '. if 38 Lo .TTZU " fi Tf'7f:':fv'w'e-'Ti fi i I e Lf v '4 2 Q l I S Mx ,. T. U , V ,Q?f!'!37l6A3l3TZl"fL1L1?"1' I -n '4,,-'.-'Jrn:3iUvz1"1u! T -at my Q AMP .,:,f , o"""W"'1,r - D K- , '- - ,' A,-' Ay,-.-A '..1.b C .arg 4, 'pains' iff . 'r "YU wsq ei 'ft ,ip .K A ef' , -- :' ,pf , -p, wk M -- K. s 1 - f ' nm .i F5 93 ,A Hx g ir m t.. K - .Ji 1? sri F W x ,ii If 'mi N ti. an 5-Q C Q1 wi ' ,' tg' ,' '12, 1- 5' , I . 1 ca 1 f Q -, K l .- f I . a' Q '- L' , ' VU 1 N' 4' . y fy - V v, ,L ' . -xx 1 H 7 if .5 - ,T V 1 f. A 4 . . L , 'T 'f . ,T . ' . fl 4 , ' '- ' .', 1 f -A ai 21' L " f' Cx KL xg: ., J. ,E M N I H. h . C. ...S I, V xl .. 5 K 1 N .- K- ' . Z, Q.. V H- D A : A 2 gg -.f A We. 1 V .f 3 .fit .lk 41 4 N-' if i l f " . .F -,Ml c.. v',f!:f 5-+..f..v'i"'s. W, ,xg iq. 'vi-muy. I 17: .1 .. .Q rdf . 3 , .,v"Q,- I 9. cf' 55.5 'A 4.-of v ...-vw-. 5 5 . If wr . 4 xi 'g ,Ls 'fx I if if ... xx Z ,J 'i 7 el I , J ,, ,gtg . .R . .5 3 . I , I . is 1 'l gl ' . 2, L . ...K w 1 . T' RA 'rd ,L .-u-ff :awk S 'Blix fl! . C ":"v5,,-11 . , 'X .1-, .5 la 'I , ,..,i ,. 5 X . , fa if in I 1' H .fa 9 Q. U ,. . 'x 4 A, f i 1-A ,.? 3 w .- lx I .h t Wwgpl 1 "' .1 A -Y .Z ,,"fN:""'J fi" .fix H 1 x ,P i I if 1 Q , . 4 -fl. ,-, If L. . 5 -. A HARRY CHARLES WOLF, JR. Candidate for Degree B.S. in C. E. CHARLESTON, S. C. Kismet Clubg A. S. C. E.5 O A K Vice-President Kismet Club5 German Clubg Carolina Cotillion Clubg Euphradian Literary Societyg Freshman Football Numeralg Varsity Football Letter C35, C455 Freshman Basketball Numeral5 Varsity Basketball Let- ter C455 Varsity Track Letter C355 Varsity Boxing Letter C35, C455 Captain Boxing Teamg Southern Con- ference Heavyweight Boxing Champion C455 All-State gficlkle and mentioned for All1Southern5 Block "C" u . Some men need many words to state their achieve- ments at Carolina, but Harry's name will always speak for itself. Harry is a man among men, and our part- ing words cannot express themselves in any greater way than to wish him the same success that he has re- ceived on our campus. If Harry fihts his way in this life as he has done on the gridiron and in the squared ring, success is inevitable. He is one of the few to achieve the honor of being a four-letter man at the University of South Carolina. 'ir' fi' -:lv LOUIS YELMAN Candidate for Degree B.S. in Commerce ST. MATTHEWS, S. C. fIJ E H Recording and Corresponding Secretary Phi Epsilon Pi C455 Treasurer Troubadour Club C355 Euphradian Literary Society. When Louis goes he will leave behind an enviable scholastic reputation in the School of Commerce. Dur- ing his years at Carolina he has put aside the frivolities of life and has bent all his energy to his work. Ac- countancy is Louis' line, and if conscientious endeavor counts, his success is assured. A friend of all who know him, his place will be a hard one to fill. Good luck, Louis. 'i"i":I:' THOMAS DUCKETT YOUNG Candidate for Degree A.B. LAURENS, S. C. EN Member of Quatorze Club C15, C25, C35, C45, C555 German Clubg Owls Clubg Dramatic Clubg Football C15. "A man of cheerful yesterdays and confident tornorrowsf' We are not sure from whence the quotation emanates but no poet could pen a more suitable characterization for the redoubtable "Duck," once he heard his laugh. "Duck" is a stalwart fellow of social imperturbabilizyg he never worries or wonders and neither should he for his friends will ever be friends and his delightful per- sonality ever the same. -, 5 a ,. . W- A? .Mn ix X1 ,- In - .. ' "' -' f"""i'l ' -'f-..f. U f--1' ' -f. . -fet-'n,-'- at Y. V . ,JY ..f .,.-f 5..J't..J 'MJ W-...J 5 K s 7 L. 5 i ' 5 , 3 ia, Q. . 5 , 1 Ji" . . .f , " s A ' a 1 . 5 5 . I 5 - -1' 'r , f "w.,.,,,,..f 1 ' L l l 6 l l ' i 5 5 6 'z l n . ul .. .3 1 , -a , I l , l ' ,... , .N 2 1 3 f 'wif 5 ' Q lg ' i li 1 I . I I A A s '- K., 'V' ,. A5 ,f ' . mu w 9 ,I -4 , 5 i . A a 1 l 1 5 . J 1 1 2 i 4 V X.f--,- .i, P , X.,-fy-. . F., .,... g., Y., 'J' ' , 5 ..,. ..fWw.avf: ..m..wqq., , ,,q,f-31. .5 5 , g 4 W KATHERINE EMILY ZEIGLER' Candidate for Degree A.B. ST. GEORGE, S. C. A A H: H E fb Secretary Glee Clubg Vice-President Eta Sigma Phig Y. W. C. A.g Athletic Associationg Basketball C253 Maid to May Queen C2Dg Secretary of Alpha Delta Pi. You can't become serious about Katherine-serious ness and Katherine are a contradiction in terms. Sheis arsenic to gloom and death to the blues. And what would one do without her? Who could put the punch and zest in life better than she? Who could sparkle and laugh and jest better than she? Who could make friends quicker or hold their loyalty and esteem better than she? Who could do a lot of other things? No one! That's why it will be so hard to let her go. nlc'!c'4c' LILLIAN CHRISTINE ZEIGLER Candidate for Degree A.B. iii Education BAMBERG, S. C. H Z CIP Baptis-t Clubg U. D. C. of U. S. C., Hypatian Lit- erary Societyg Y. VV. C. A. Cabinetg Varsity Basket- ball Squad C3Jg Freshman Hockey Teamg Delegate to Blue Ridgeg U. D. C. Scholarship, four years. V Lillian is a good old pal. Some how she has a way of making people like her whether they choose to or not. It must be because she is so optimistic and jolly all the time. She says she is going to teach next year but we all have our doubts about that as we have heard some rumors otherwise. Here's wishing her success and happiness. 'if i- 'if- BERNARD HENRY STEVENSON Cflllfil-dtlfl' for Degree B.S. CHESTERFIELD, S. C. K E Ii Pfesiflellf. Critic, Chairman Board of Pardonsg Clari- osoplnc Literary Societyg Freshman, Senior Y. M. C. A- COUHCUZ Bible Class Teacherg Chairman Bible Dis- vussion Groupsg Chairman Blue Ridge Committee, 5'fCl'ff31'Y Kappa Sigma Kappa. I Y.. nf I 'L ' -Q -if QIQ '4 l 'Q .V nj! H at Y PN ,A U 4 N H4 pl 111 'Y 0,4 tk 5 S llfsfiifafwfrvi2f'f21lvwff,rvltwister'rffrrsiffsirealistvar: ' wel xp N ky I N in l WN Y it lull A' 'WWA' "Wx "Jt"f' "V" V -1' "-IXIK Hlmf -,,v t3"K,s,'x1X:2lx.1"Q:-L7-112 J-c gm U 174' x ' ' 'Jr " I ' K 1 i 1312 i fissile 2 Y?-ir? -ff: 5 4 a,-Q, , Pr Y ,Jw 4 HWS 1 f ,11 1 if fi' 1 w l 1 Mft! ,X l f"-5 sl f.. , .2-' ' l 'Q i, pr fb' ll' S lt 'H g .x.",f' i ,L 21- if filer i Y W. , i'Q.Ll?f ts , My fi, , ' V x '11 Q X '-2 1 "B I uglb, , XM 4 'Cir My 4 ' 'f- i k! 127-9' Vg ,I x D' 'H " r Senior Class History ERHAPS there will never be four years that can quite compare With the past four which We have spent at Carolina. In the fall of l925 We entered upon our lirst real experience of uni- versity life and like-as all our predecessors, the adjective "green" might have been Well applied. Of course We had ideas all our ovvng however, they soon melted away in the presence of those Wise sopho- mores but t1me passed and lo! We found ourselves upper classmen and filled With the Wisdom of sophomores We journeyed toward the state of Jolly Juniors and now'--We are seniors and a little awed by the fact that the cloak of sophistication has fallen upon our shoulders Perhaps We have missed many opportun1t1es that have come our Way and shirked some responsibilities but who of us can claim perfection? We have made friends and formed assoc1at1ons which have moulded our lives We have developed that sense of comradeship through our contacts in all lines of campus activities in soc1et1es fraternities soror1t1es athletics and so on ad znfinztum In fact as We look back novv the realization comes to us that these four years mark an important milestone in our l1ves So thus the fates have decreed that We novv turn over to those who follow the honors and privileges that have been ours We go forth, not to conquer the World by our many Words nay rather to prove our Worth by our actions and to live up to the ideals of our beloved Alma Mater SARAH BowLEs Hzstorzan Sim Q3 R 0 Waco olfxjo Page One Hundred Seven K A A I tx pdik A '16 'a i- f gk -4- is 4 'L " 1' .N -4 'f W2 A 7? ie- -6 'L ng -Q s ,x -6 'L n -o Q 1 r X xl 1,-f Q H H3 Y W MISS MARGARET BLAND Sponsor Senior Law Class fflff - Y - ' FRANK Km Rmioxn Wruw Jorex .M ff-"x, ' A fn- ,.j'x,1.-fglllkw, V , RK Q M L. x 'MJ il fi lx 'xii' Nmvk' VX Kgs X It Q...-x KJ 'K 3 X Na ,J ,wk f iff fl. 'iff 2'-C-w If um? Y .-x" 'S V w H 'sf ai? J. 2 ai fa Hi' 1: -C- I F? lv! ?' JQEN r " fi 'ikfiy 3:9 5.1.3-Z 'Cr af? w 1, "- .' warf- 'lv-L -K li, fyx 457 C1 ?f"'K ' ,QQ W? E 5: 7.4 fm :L 1 U A if' 41' ii' J, , 3,,.f':j ,O Ka P ra 5-ff M llrv A I. , .3-Q -, I yt n" 'fir stu 51, gun 'vc arf' Q9 Set 15 Qt, 'V-T sl? X?" N -ti gg UAV TAF, IM' 5 I' VL '-mf! YNY W H X 4 4 A 1- A MT YAC,fA1',SiI,qTyArMX WN XL M ' l fr b , i , i 2 a 1 WILLIAM CLARENCE BOYD, JR. Candidate for Degree LL.B. CHARLOTTE, N. C. ATQSOAK-SQPACP B.A. Degree, Furman Universityg Junior Leader German Club, Law Association, Cotillion Club. "Crip," as he is known to us, came here to attend the Law School back in the years of 1926, at which time he was fairly young and good-looking. It did not take long for him to become well known .for his "Mid- night" escapades, and after once becoming known he was warmly accepted into the hearts of everyone. Be- fore the end of his first year he had already made such a name for himself as a student that he was offered a position in one of Columbia's outstanding law firms, and has been connected with them ever since. 'Iwi'-If-V JOHN STEELE BRICE Candidate for Degree LL.B. Yoizx, S. C. CID A fbi E T Now, there are a number of interesting things you can inflict on a blank and helpless piece of paper. You can inscribe your prophecy as to the next heavyweight champion, an opinion on the immortal Shakespeare- Bacon argument, a brief description of the resources of Peru, that story about it being two others fellows after all, or a trunchant little spasm on "Quo Vadis-or W'hither and Why?" If you are artistic you can spoil paper with caricatures. Maybe you can cut it up into silly shapes and sell them for silhouettes. Some people can make little caps from paper, while others can bor- row money on it. But after careful reflection you will see that nearly everything done on paper requires a subject and nearly all that is accomplished with it has an object. We started out to do something to or about the item pictured at the side of this page, but falling into a quandary on its subjectivism or objectivism, we just dallied about until lunch and then went out to eat. -lr-i-'nl' FRANK KENNEDY CLARKE Cdlldliddff for Degree LL.B. SUMTER, S. C. K E5 fl? A fl? German Club: Grill Clubg Cotillion Club, Treasurer Hjlfl Clerk Law Associationg Treasurer Petigru Layv fgllllv: I btudent Council: Vice-President Pan-Hellenic Council: Yice1President Freshman Law Classy ViCC- gjfssldellf Jllmor Law Class, President Senior Law ss. .M -,f X. L Of l If follfl Tl ,cha 311' the 1 ity foufl an n tion !ll3! easy and "wel chan it. ' force beyoi Pri Class Iunio Law Afw for t tempt all ro law. His 1 him 1 larity stowe Work time. Pre up , Wresw llDi Sense Qnoug One n Y01 0 lawye of WI d n I But ' ub- Why! ilu-Q mf he HJ! 'Q 1 W ' L ltki 41 I '-A irq, 'Y' '91 3 M k.g:'1' 'vig-w nc Fa nf Fx 597' rua if un CPR sf: Mil s Dv!!! Q ir' fi-l vii null I 5 I 1 ro i 'Ubi .Q 9' av If af' ,,, it 4-Av' 1 0 of -ii 'ir .ig Nix. swf' F ,ix .WH I L .3 Q I If ,mnff 1 K fi t .-AS., f I 4 U 1 Jai, Q.. ji 2, by LESLIE SHAW DICKERT Candidate for Degree LL.B. RocK HILL, S. C. A 119 A CII Law Associationg Euphradian Literary Societyg Hon or Committee, German Club. In the case of People vs. Dickert, the jury finds the following facts, on abundant evidence: The accused is guilty of making an enviable record- scholastic and campus-in the academic school, and has aggravated this first offense through similar conduct in the School of Law-leaving there a mark of quiet abil- ity and consistent effort. The defendant is further found to be privy to a capacity for exacting work and an inclination to finish what he begins. But, in mitiga- tion of these high crimes and misdemeanors, itappears that the culprit has an unfailingly sunny outlook, an easy adaptability, a genuine relish for social contact and a certain compassion for the sex once called "weaken" Thus it appears that defendant has a chance of avoiding "success" but the odds are against it. The verdict of this jury is that circumstances will force the defendant to signal achievement in law, or beyond. 4c'i"ii RAYMOND WILLIAMS DOBSON Candidate for Degree LL.B. GAFFNEY, S. C. cl: A CIJg Blue Key President Law Associationg Senior Speaker Law Classg Vice-President Senior Law Classy Treasurer Junior Law Classy Secretary Law Associationg Petigru Law Club, German Club. After going to The Citadel for a year, to Furman for two years, and then plunging headlong into the tempestuous sea of matrimony, Raymond decided that all roads led to the most jealous mistress of them all- law. Thus his presence at Carolina is accounted for. His natural brilliance and ability have already made him the outstanding member of his class. His popu- larity is evidenced by the numerous elective offices be- stowed upon him. With such a solid foundation to work upon, a successful career is a mere matter of time. -:!:':lr'4r' RICHARD WASHINGTON EDGERTON Candidate for Degree LL.B. FLORENCE, S. C. K Es 111 M A President Freshman Law Class CID, Glee Club C-33, C415 Cotillion Clubg Junior Leader German Club C415 Wrestling Medal CZJ. "Dick" is a happy-go-lucky devil with just enough sense to know he had to study to pass, and not quite enough sense to realize how long it is from the Hrst of one month to the next. V I You might think this is L11'1pl'0I'l11S1Hg for a young lawyer-but just hang around and get your, ears full of "Tiedeman on Perpetuity," "BankruptCY', 2011 DHHS don please, "Taylor on the Statute of Limitations. But don't worry about "Dick." We 3.1'CI1 t. ff' E P if 57 fl 1 fm: 'it -vii WILLIAM WAIGHT ELLIOTT, II Candidate for Degree LL.B. BEAUFORT, S. C. A T Q3 -O A K Historian Freshman Law Classg President Junior Law Classg Vice-President Sheriff Law Association, Student Councilg Vice-President Student Bodyg Honor Committee, Secretary, President German Clubg Cotil- lion Clubg Director Grill Clubg President Pan-Hellenic Council, GARNET AND BLACK Staff, Swimming Team. "Billy" has achieved a prominent position in the campus life of the university during his three years in the Law School as is evidenced by the honors listed above. He has been able to accomplish this on account of his winning personality which has the art of melting all barriers between even mere acquaintances. While campus activities have taken a large part of his time "Billy" has not let his class work suffer therefrom. At all times he has maintained a high standing. With dual assets, ,a splendid personality and a boundless sup- ply of energy, there is no doubt that "Billy" will go far and ,accomplish much in law. +++, MARION MOISE Candidate for Degree LL.B. SUMTER, S. C. fl? E H3 H B K German Club. A varied assortment of men gravitate to the Law School. Rather striking qualities are necessary to single out an individual from the group. But mental acuteness, easy diligence, natural poise and unfailing goodphumor should mark a person in any circle. These qualities 'have not failed to illuminate Marion during his stay in Phetigru College. As readily as he has im- pressed us with premonition of success, Marion leaves with us the imprint of genuine personality. 'ab 'ie 'ie ARTHUR ADOLPH RITTENBERG Candidate for Deg:-pg L,L.B, C1iARi.Esrox, S. C. ROBINSON PLATO SEARSON, IR. Candidate for Degree LL.B. ALLENDALE, S, C, fI1 K E Boxing Team CZD, C3D, C455 Wlt 'ht B ' Champion C4jg German Clubg Taraiieteigwgiibg Sckleildli Club, Law Association, President, Vice-President Ar- row Clubg Interfraternity Council. Years ago when "Bob" first entered the University we all thought that he would be another Shakespeare or Milton, but he decided that the bar Cboth kindsj would be more pleasant than to become immortal. "Bob" has always shown good sense. As is customary in an article of this kind, you must always predict that the victim will be president of something or at least the greatest man in the world, but I wish to leave 'KBob" to make his own record of which I know that we will be all justly proud. WILLIAM DALE TINSLEY Candidate for Degree LL.B. Honors, S. C. K A The case of Uiziivfersity of South Ca1'oli11.a vs. W. D. Tinsley, having come up for trial, counsel for defend- ant moved for postponement, his client being then en- gaged in some intense bridge, with two rubbers yet to play. The motion was disallowed as being dilatory. Whereupon, I. N. Frierson, of the defense, whose de- murrer had been overruled, as matter of course, pleaded guilty for defendant to the charge of three years' servi- tude in the Law Schoolg but contended for the mercy of the court on the grounds: 1. That to his own certain knowledge, defendant was as able and accurate a legal scholar as had entered his domain for many years. 2. That he was informed and reasonably believed the defendant to be as devastating socially as he was pro- ficient legally. 3. That it was a matter of common reputation that defendant had an immense poise, a voluble tongue and a common touch with all men. The court charged these matters, the jury returned a verdict of "Guilty," whereupon the judge sentenced the prisoner to receive an LL.B. and to serve a score or so of successful years as a lawyer--at which Mr. Frierson clapped his hands in glee, while the prisoner dissolved in tears and began fumbling for his inevitable 0 af. EDGAR LLOYD WILLCOX Candidate for Degree LL.B. FLORENCE, S. C. 9 X3 fl? A 111 Secretary Freshman Law Classg German Clubg Vice- President Cotillion Clubg Director Grill Club? Law Association, Petigru Law Club. This is the student of our class-"Student W1llcox.," What manner of student is he? Has he Blackstones conception of the Common Law, or Co-ke's understand- ing of the rule in Shelly's Case, or Willlstones knowl- edge of contracts? He has heard of these gentlemen. Why then the sobriquet "Student"? A.g1'0S?lY ln' accurate and erroneous theory, "Student" isuneither 3 derivation cf, nor is it in any wise akin to Stewed.. This man is a modern scholar arduously pergumg 1115 studies-when necessity demands. We call him Stu- dent" because he is a gentleman and a scholar. -ng ' . 'Q 'ii' .se B u 'Z-.P at -5- 5? er 22' EP' -f 1 '- 'PB fe, z uf 'PH ,gg 11,41 'f ft f., v x. fag! fum? UI , C161 ji 0,1175 ,i'.1y r- .- i,hJ, 'TI-i .13 J.: 'J f fs 1.1 1,1 '....'y NT ,. .7 . . 1,1 gn, ig., 'thu-' hav' My flllr . -If 1,5 ' I rl!! .-1--B , X .ff 'F f-.1 .2541 t 'X :fi 1-Q!! -E ' Va In , inn, X . .g. i .p 1 ,. .Ak I if-r are-2 ,K .33 tr' Y vary., 5 I in-it A 1 .,,i - J 4 - gg , : '13, l K .. -' v il. ,A' 1 , X ,Jig ,Y I X .Ag 4 l ,S ,- Q 1 V , W -. i I ' l I W' 5 is . hw.- , . .,.., 0 x if - AQ... -P "J rg, K I --........,.,....,.. i n Q... 1'5- llfc. ' F9 Y CFJX Hff li-W ST, Idsf L... 57. C-iff sq.. I.. 'x hiv , I X ,ju A ' fi, : fl . QR 1'-Q' JAMES KENDREE WILLIAMS JAMES ARCHIBALD HUTTO xv' Candidate for Degree LL.B. Canri'ida.te for Deg-ree LLB. Mu1.i.iNs, S. C. LIVINGSTON, S. C. ' KE Manager Gamecock Orchestrag Law Association, i . . Chanticleer Club. Law Association, German Club. . A ntleman a scholar and a 'udge of ood laws Once upon a time there was a fellow named -mfg ..Archie',, one HA. Hat., Starteg digglllg "jim" NVillxams. l'Ie.attended classes regularly, into Blackstone about three years ago, and Since .i and S o'clocks were his piece de resistance. He that time he has been more 01. less a member of the ' I went to bed early, never had any dates, abhorred Law School ' I bridge, and never, never, consortecl with the college NOW as Us the time he entered the University no Q 5 iniyf. iii, tilicii ilifllliiir C0ii'llTHli?!l2g3?rS sg: one remembers, not even "Archie," l in ty i sfulhifii i'I'lie lifhter, moreg frivolous pleas- some day you may S-ee any number of Justices - 5. I Y- is i . on the bench of the Unlted States Supreme Court, nres of life never appealed to him, but-that was but among them will not be UA Hutn t once upon a time. ' ' 'I l I - 's ' . l . u ' s Brief of Senior Law Class . i History, peomle tell us, is almost indistinguishable from fairy lore. That being the case, this narrative D ' 1 l . .. . . . . . 1 had best take.ot'f from the start after the established traditions of fairy tales. In the beginning f-SIC, then, Vg I there were tlnrty members of the Class of '29, Academically, this collection was of as diverse pedigree as a 5 stray cat: actually, as was soon discovered, they were more than closely akin. This feeling of alliance it was I I which promoted thc great discovery that week-ends properly begin on Thursday. Of course, the class dis- - 3 trcssed itself very elaborately at first with the tortuous vagaries of the common and elusive law, but this toil only aggravated the desire for the ritualistic observance of Thursday evening. Between this pastime and the tnrinaltty ol classes, the hrst year ebbcd away. lhe second frame showed the roster a trifle abbreviated-vicissitude having overtaken a half dozen of the entrants. the gallant remainder of the 'crew managed about this time to shake the first frenzy of their legal , curiosity. ' lhc. varied tempo of their intellectual lives, aided and abetted by the cultivation of a certain , vnrtnosity in skippingvclasscs left every one with time to think. For those who did not care to think there was .- ' always .lhu.rsday. Neither the abysmal involution of the rule in Shelley's Case, the disintegration of the ,Q i liniversity into fraternities, nor the eighteenth interdict of the United States Constitution served to dissipate A tl::'sult'::st::tition. In fact, by the end of the second year, it had very nearly assumed the rank of a mundane qw f Returning for their tinal whirl in the llittlc red school house, the Senior Law Class tacitly adopted a plan fm i 0 UIWPW'-ll Cl-'SS.1llll'll1lHllCl'.' and went their separate ways with but scant courtesy for the avowed purpose " Q of ll:l'll'4CUllV?CIlllUll.' tlccasionally thcrc would be little reunions of an eight o'clock in the morning between A U mem airs ot tic' tla-ss who had nottsccn each other in Petigru for weeks. Generally, however, each class was , il dlslllwt Combination of permutation. But let it never be thought there were not rally days on which evvfb' soul would bc accounted tor and would answcr questions. There is evidence that there was work done-ffbut as tt has not been scnt up on thc record this court cannot examine it I t Two things marred the serenity of their last yr-ar for the seniors.. One was the death of Mr. Aycock and 'l"fi'l"lfl"!'Af1fl Nllr. lloducs. There is no space here to indicate the affectionate respect and indelible q hi:"f'Ngi'n'f''Yt1'int'j'f5v with lfflf INV- AFCOCL2. nor the peculiar and ineradicable sense of loss they knew lib' 1 ,Q ii'-,'K,,if,'1i,,A. 1, mltli, kin: ,if TW. 'hall that '-'1lCl1 man felt like he had lost a foster-father and the whole class l - :U H . 'S 'Ki 3' 'KU' Nllllxlllslit-ml. There is also no room to speak of the profound love and partie- k , u at if-turn in nlnth the class holds Mr. Hodges. lt is useless to ex wlain hor k lnl' ail 'ontinuallv he has A l llCCIlglIlS1l'tl itnd how .fcrlvcntly his recovery and rt-tin-ninrtl cyiliectcll 'I l et 5 H L ' W I .o tu' nstory ot tiis class' cndcavoi- 'f Q 1-if ' 1. ' , ' , - , -. .' 5--1 "" 5 frmwhm mon' fair: M IMI' fmmlul Sligmlvis 2::tli:tlyh:li.1tft1ltg any man, idea oi crxilrzatlion. xilaatiggs . y Q of ,.Xi,h.,,,.,. ,nay lun. lluliul nw mm' of.-thxi . 1.-ll n 1 o non edge as to the piactica comp ILS?-'lt' .4 lvffivzlis their shoulders thc! lllllSl reclaim StinihHflhliill'nnHWliiCd emhlismsmi Perhaps their 'reblponsllntllii' ' I mluwll' kvm, the hnml uf vulimqi my thc V I-In . . f.0 ina at tance society: suppress the crinuna , au I , E . .xv . . . .- .. .. . ' if in lb 'll Jllstlcc, etc. But be it said that des mite their preternatura gg 5 ut its ind mtul mlm . I 4- . - - tnpatiou .it thc moment mf '- v .1 . ' ' ' ' 1 ' . ' ,,, UH. ima. ,,.Nlk.mnm MVN my -I up 1 Pl Vllflllt. tlimrxespritl is not wilted. In fact, the capitnatton i im-,mt thug gh.. gcmm. Ilm, L-hi Zgwlallall fi WV N If 995-if attitude on the Glee Club question-which .nf l jmlouq' .. .1 it 5 ic icxcs there is one dcity as bcneticicnt as their chosen mistress is 'il --J, S. Bruce. fr 1 cB'l A- 2 Page Om' Hundred Sixteen f 9 . V . . A dx X I I X s , I., t, , gs -Y ,f,.,s,- ,sux wr, X- Mari, .3 N i.fs,,--s.':'W1mi'E. . -Mm swim' uylww-4' - .. . ' P. " -' 'f y- -' 49' t..'ff'lt'.,.-.ftt'.,siflf'fi-'!Fv.vaf'4. 'f' t i .-..-.-..-......- , , , , ,1 1 t f . . N My X ----.,.......--......-...,..... -,......-... ,Je .. Y --- ' rs"""' ...f-4 X fflv' iss 4 5, ff ' 1 o 1 F ,U W f" ,fri f V YVQL 'V' 'fl s " ' f '4f 4 , . ,1'-Vg JA' -f:-" 11" gf . 4 .fs Ni' . 3 1: . if- : N! X .V 4 s, 'SX ss' x 'fm Miss CARo1-1N12 PUSH Sponsor Junior Class Q W5 A 'fo ' I L A lm, lx,-, I , , f 5 .'-A, ,A GRIFFITH ' JULIAN CATH: L01 W". 1 u ,yn . , w 'ms V W. 'Xxx wr. in ,Q f I I 'o UQ. Os .Q IU. .I Ol I.. 'U gs .ll fl ll Ol. ll OU. .0 .U I3 us "f"'x 11 I X e Nei! di " J' 'rw mg, puff,-, ,!g,fUV,-, fi- - .. . 1371, ., ,EN , A ' ?fs'fIIIIffw af f? igfefz 'I' J 'I unior Class OFFICERS GRIFFITH THOMPSON PUGH. . . ...... President JULIAN F. BEALL ............,... ........ V ice-Pre-sidenr CATHERINE MURRAY CANTWELL, , . . . .Secretary-Treasurer LOTTIE VIRGINIA MULLER. . , .Historian o QQ 52 9 453 QE Q 30 9? is Page One Hundred Nineteen ,ix 8 Q-RIMA: 'N .WS I, ',',A.,-5, , ,e AX I! a., i 5 , I 1. .S . I VN: A f I I' T A K., fi F' 'A JV' I, fvb 5 .-I. Na, rn 'S 715 nl, 4.1 ,,, f, ,.', LF' 4 I S71 ., .A ,, .. ' . f . .fx ,YS ,--1 I.. J 1'- I uc' I i I, 1. I i pu Ox' A.. I. ,J 11,1 f. I I w., ,hx n II I K k'lw,,Yh.y rr! H,Nw.i1l I' if A v UJ-X7 'Qi' :..'AiQ'Qf' 'Ll Q14-,gdxx ll S-'JVKJR'-f 'Wx' 0 I' L I f 1 W- I'-Iglr Um' Humirrd Ihxrcnlu PAUL M. ARANT Education PAGELAND JOHN ROBERT ANDERSON Education WATERLOO HALLIE CECIL ANDERSON Science TIMMONSVILLE WILLIAM BANKS Education COLUMBIA TIKA AA - 1 FLORENCE BARBOUR Arts COLUMBIA A A A WILLIAM JACKSON BAREOUR Commerce COLUMBIA K E S2 MALINDA B. BARNWELL Arts FLORENCE A A H FRED FERSNER BELL, JR. Science COLUMBIA f J, lv lx If 'A v EIIeI+"'J A i Z is Z J 'K V S'- 1. V HERB gi 1 Q2 W S 1. .yr 4' 2. Wi Al if QI? 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BOUDREAUX I 1 I 1' . -if 5 ,I If Educatzon S H GAEENEY 1iff5QI U 3 ' 4 fu' Ie 5 1: I-QQ ' JOE BAUKNIGHT 13413 I - I ,qi 5 ' S czence S523 2 I f , ' 'fm QI gr IRMO IQQWB Sc' ggi. I fi iii? 'TQ' IU, I , X I I I ,I f-,fx ln! In xiifirr I 'C ,,, JIM BRITT BRADLEY .,.I Hg' I Hs? 5 VV Arts E ,I A MCCORMICK 5 X53 ali L F' Xml - Hermes Surfing E I ? '35 ig JANIE SARAH BRANT g ,ggi , M Educatzon 5 igm if gf ALLENDALE EVM jg 5 I A EE Q iffxx I I A M551 I Q sg I 3-gg. 'jg . 71525 gh Page One Hundred Twenty-one 'ig A 4 IA inI.,A:Wj ,.Ipig-I55.g'If,,1A3,w'f?Aiw.-I25f3fII'7'X'vfv'9'MWF4KAf:9x:95l'f,QfKK-2"INW' 'iLf4FfW4Y.' f 5 ,Q 4 I L - .f.-L.L.. I I ALI,,g,,LL,,,N,,f,-,,L I,eO COOC -O me A I, , ""A i ,I V S L I 1 1, , C, ..f .JM .M 4 -I 1. F xwf -'I'.f.',1.I -" -me K, , 'N " 9 B -gy," 'J' X fffxl A ' '.Mf,x' 'ii' VgxN"jQkIX,"lVG'! 1iVfFNf'ClVS:" 'f'.Dvl."".n:fCj -if ,,-VM f"L 5- 'N' -' if aff '. .' '- - ': Qvfal -,4i1li,' ,,.',nf1xEf,,Xw,.,:L S171-""m1L1k'-, "Q fix' . 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V, - , 5, v , I 5- t A - - -Y 1 .M -,JN J ,.-,.,-1 fy 2xf'-.gfy'v,,1x,, WILLIAM ANDY GAMBRELL Education HONEA PATH LONNIE ARNOLD GARVIN Arts WAGNER M J. J. GEE Arts CAMDEN 'PHT RALPH GOLD Science GEORGETOWN SIDNEY GREEN Arts FLORENCE EN GWENDOLYN GREEN Arts GAFFNEY SIE VIRGINIA HAMMOND Arts GAINSVILLE, GA. A A I1 SYLVAN DAVIS HAND Civil Engineering COLUMBIA Hercules I Page One Hundred Twenty-five L N- X I. V --1 x- fy" xifw. N"xs'x1"y " R5 'X VN" " A 'v I. H U- Im, :A2.A1S4., WIIIQQ' ,I,a:1M:,:Ifg ,:q,M.,:,fXI,,A, puxw ye-'W 'fi D r. 2 -. -' - A ' S, .4 , I I 11,4-1 . 5 v I l I L I 11 W I it ,S -l ... ' : 3 . if .QP , I P :Q , 'TP?:,j -.VI , 1 IIQQLN 411'-'f A .,,.', W 1- exif-I Nr I. ,ij , gm, , 3 :mfr I Qi? 5' I -77"-5, . Iiilijf Q 2,5-if: 5 5422 Qui" g 5'1" Y Qknii-4 I f tx, Il 1- , 21' any 4 :af 'R ..., ,. ' ul" A . I , I I ,Q I W" A I. L -1 - P I. ,gil ,gif : iff-, F 3 ff - ' ' , 5. -I ',f, 'R f" jf: Q I, .. , ig- ' I lf6 V E' N . 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DONALD RQSCOE MANCE Commerce ROCK HILL PHILIP LEON MASOR Science NEWARK, N. J. Page One Hundred Twenty-seven I I Vx .5. ivvx nqligln Qt R 'rm+ x , .. if Rf. 44. ,f X ,X ,. X-. 'U 1. 1. ,--I - A If ' I., 1- T. .IX .,I ,KI I. U 'n . I. R:IxffIc:,Q,fQwyI:gIyIIII-IYI:a,III1fIIIIf1cIwIIiI.gAIIcIiII.RI II iv I I I, Iii'iJ'ffLiYH9 2? 76 ATS? 1,39 if G5 5Wff'f-A 'WA c,I FRANCE LEEDAAY F9 .3 ' ' 'V 'I . X'x"s 3 , f Journalzsm 5'-5. .EQ ff PROSPERIIY 1'? Q vw I . 11:-tri' P :I f fi BURCHILL RICHARDSON MOORE If' A Arts lg' A WEDOEEIELD If ' ' A T O F53 'V Q J 1 +2 gre A 2-if .? f A' H :N 6' 'Ii 'VH ' V x Rf? u,fIfhif TTA E755 if h ff f ' - JOHN ALBERT MORRELL - .EI ,fx A I Science ,xg , jf JS' LYKESLAND f'i?j 'Eff ' 'ff Q ' W fu:- GQ 5QQ WI -' A I' JAMEsLEumsNkBs 7Q " "H N Ii Arts fq 521.1 ,Q I . YORK P? WHA I A 5? .I " Q L' :"f: 'gif' 1 A Nr ' .shy .IIE-f, ' ' ., . val ri , f ' 'C CST' 5 ' 32 T' gig F I--I ff-.-fl . .Vg 75: I VIRGINIA LOTTIE MULLER ff,g,Q Education 'ix kr-X4 BLYTHEWOOD ,f f if I1 , 1 I f. 7 K' Hifi 1 I ANNE LATROBE NEW I f GJ Arts VL' 'ff COLUMBIA AI-f C111 A jilfcg -N: -2 . A ,TT ,JAX 'XK4 Q? A A ,SIE ISU ff I-'5- -H- 'T A A I .-i I I5-L, EDWARD H. NINESTEIN ff 'jfs il Arts Q25 ' BLACKVULE 54' -rg . I f Q-E, It J AMES T. NORWOOD Lf' K' Ar 1 S Q54 W'A: 'Ii,I BACBEE yfg 41-39 24? Q. I. Y 'W' 1' "- V' 'f -uaht K if- I.,-I 'wr A 5' I 1' P IU HI ku F III aff Il 'fxiiicvt :Q L-'?. J! AQ A wwf 4 I? 3 ASS 3 Gi ,I If LE jf 3 1 "li A Iii lx I in ?S 3 if 75' S3 if ei ev 4-: Q ig: S1 J U A R'-wif fi I MILLS-1 I Cane: GEUL2 lp! GRIIIIRA f ii ALH51 5:1 MINE D Q, FLUREII pt. Q 3' -Q.. 'MH 'V .li r -1 4 ggi? !l' , lf? 'f..? 5 n rf! s lv Y 5 nj!- in wsaisqf' rr 3 'said of 2,3 ,,.....----.,,....c.,,.I - ..., -r.....,.,.,...--- , , Y ,ALI 47,477 V , I,:vN.-uc.:-, W, , , J -. A ,H ,hu .N .I .- . 1 ,,.. N., .VC H r'i fy 4-, .,z -L f I I f I I If Aff rr-rf AVQH fyiqj F ,- Lfwfxx 'EJ ERNEST LELON OULLA, JR. Commerce FLORENCE A T Q if? THELMA ELIZABETH PARK Arts 1 WINNSBORO Jig-Qfgj fx-ri'I IEA, QQ Kif' , ,- 3 I 'XI x., MILLER K. PATTERSON Science K.-if CUMBERLAND, N. C. K 2 251' f. ,., GERALD H. PREACHER I--if Electrical Engineering RIDOELAND iff ki I' gg? GRIEEITII THOMPSON PUOH Arts RQ, ROCK HILL 5f,'g5 Hermes 'C 4-G35 ALFRED F. RIZZALO g Science NEWARK, N. J. I K", R W - .L -Lx XS! if-' MINNIE DAVIS ROBINSON Eggs? Arts COLUMBIA FLORENCE E. ROACH A ' I ef.- rts ROCK HILL I RI-F A A II Pw- few 1. Page One Hundred Twenty-nine X "- wq ..x.x ,XR IS.X.-,,',-xb'.x AFV M I' R1 X X IO A-fn-I I I-.,..x H flxkhlvt Vx nik., Qiyjixxrhxx V- K ..,- --.M .. LL. .,....-I.v...,I.,..J ,A ,1 -4 ve 5 I I I .2' I I Iv ixf' 'cz'-Auf-e"'c-I1"e-M' 'T""'i'L'Of"7'f'5'Tf7A"3"7fw7"fV'S' ' f I, f I If . .rw . gig RUTH RATHBONE RITCHIE Science I I-gfnig AUTHOR, N. J. Q :-A X O LQ. I fliilt' 'SIX -.1 5 V'-iff KIRBY DARR SHEALY y ' Science X Q COLUMBIA LA' Hermes I ' T' if li ,W4, . 'Kff -Af, ' F H If fglfj A I Y BENJAMIN JANIGAN SHELTON 'TTI Engineering I f I BENNETTSVILLE T ' I : , JOHN WILLIAM SHOLENBERGER 3 2 IX Arts " S , READING, PA. Wff I 1 I , A V , 'I l I 7. ffm Sf,-IA I 1' M T HELMA IRENE SIMONS 'y if Arts JOHNSTON I 1 if 7 I ' WALTER HERIOT SIMMS 1 Arts ' , I COLUMBIA ,. F A T O 5 A ' .I 3 I' Q, 4 Ifif j ' f ' A JOEL ALGERNON SMITH 'f M Science ' 4 COLUMBIA I 2 N A I K ,, I , j,Q ELIZABETH M. STACKHOUSE I' I R-fi Af Arts C fm!-1 MULLINS L Ijifil . S , .N ,I Page Om' Hundred Thirty ' I Fx,-fx ,NH .H 1 rv , 1 I I' 'I I' 'Q ri-..............,.,, M,,,mN-I, . I - -I-...s.?,,..,,..,..., .M ,L ,S f5.i1,.x.I!.Bg ZQMZVIQPIIQ,'kg.lVg.1VlfIfgm:5,'Qx:1,.xgIA,fQ3 2 Huaf TM' M gm I IZ X 1 ,1 ,SV -U" if Lfil , f ,al Fbiiixlf . 'ra C111 I LOUSE .!'.I3.I xii. SFT! i gg 11 ol EWU fjxxyt Sw 31 fu, JEFFERSCK I DQ- .9-I IN' Cin. 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'5gi,.'I".yu'f-'iff W 'A'I.IIf" g'KyXf1,.Yk?,1' A xfl v Q Y, Q RX 1 , xvlf A. , Y Y, ,M ,w Y. 1 .r . ,S-1 ,V I . , yi gf 1 ,. M P- l . . ., fiyfx gi If Ig gp. ,Q ffifpf. :ttf 1, g,-,c , fn , ff ' ,-1, 'KM-Vs' :M I I f 'U 3 'I ,J J.?3f.-,Qifwfihq-f Egsfff,-Af lfjfygkd , j I I 1 Page One Hundred Thirty-one .iffii X v iw 1 1 f Q.,-K 'J ,png ,V 1 QF . A Aj Ci-'IA n 73 U r,. x 'P' U - U II K? Iris I- ,., IH' . I, ,,,,. 7. ft J 1? PI 371, f Q I . Tix? F 12.5 -YI h Yi? D' K f-11 EX if -if In ,! A II tm, '? 71' gt? KJ. ,rig Ji f' -N I ,hjI J-fi A-I, 'f.I I NI: . ox. , ,uf ,IAI7 79 ."XI shalt Ch ,VI ,-III ,WI .K . I ,4 !, JM, h W I. I. LI v LI - ': I ,I II I 'ARI u-R g--I T1 ay R, N I II- W-'R , . ., In V ----- -....,,,,,,,-V-up -W D v KV Au! Mr Hmmdrul Thzrlu ILIQQ I w - , MARY RUTH TAYLOR Arts COLUMBIA GILLETTE TOLBERT Arts ABBEVILLE Ik ELIZABETH TOMPKINS Arts COLUMBIA z T A LOTTIE ROBERTA- -TROTTER 'Arts LYKESLAND GRACE TURNER Education JOHNSTON I' Z MAYRE M. WALL Journalism LANCASTER ZTA Qs LEWIS WILLIAM WEST Education CHESTER HARRIET BURNET WHITAKER Arts CAMDEN AAA Ir'. .J AZN ,I I I , I I I ' I I 'II FI I -I I I I WI . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' I I , AI I I I I I I ,FI I XJ I II II I I I I P ,I III II Q II ,I P I L'.2.'LnQr,.1i-5"34T-I C539 I 2 :P Af: tp: :fr Q '!4:a',-,:'!L:'1u!'x::',-.u Af Z2 Y L-: Zz: :'1::tn1 L' 141.191 E' .'!L-:ami 15.1 2' 11 ':Lf1sf.155E14+4 E-can I II ,ww IN ,, I M 5,1 ,n Ion WEP-TW' il Elma I ROBERT III!g1giI,1 C.1I.l.I 0 Y 0 JOIN Ml-2151! 'I Th CILQJ if W Mm FUN Q CII... ILLIAH ku 3-T. 'f-. 6 QS fir., sf' A. f K K . r Q .f 4 I - K E ,K, r K , I fs 'Rs 1 am, ff' . ,A 4..vI ,J f'i f. I 1 2 N I 1 1 I I ll o .4 Iff:1':""t'fTfffiTTif1ff5TTRff'f'T:"ffATiiT1.4 5:4115 A I H-A A A A I I LSTfA'Vh.,:1VC,xIff2VQpxniygifyfiEv5txvfiffxqgfttffZwratrjv RxYg'gfj5A!5t 3r..v,QQQRv QQ W g W A T , , 3 'I 1 A 1 , , AA ,.,,,,..A,,f ,U-L, 4 ,V.. 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I I ,JQH M I sg tlf ,A X Page One Hundred Thirty-three I I A z I I x 'M I. "rf . .2"F-IVA , I X .H K' Af If Ib' wx M V ,bn XA!! Iky' MM. I xy. , gi. hx rr ,gkgxqlkv i5kNk.h.,h.5NaLf,psA fuss Agy'ssw Hx N I ,. ' , AV'4 f f ffl aw,-"3"I-Qf.xff'.wf.w'-if 4.-.Muff gm.. 'f :lil ' it L T- --ft f Y' ' ff Twill-1 1. 5 . .I . I . H I I ' " ll F ' ' A K K ' YJaq'f1' junior Class History O ATTEMPT to understand the class of 1930 is to try to work out a cross-word puzzle. Unfortunately, the answer will not appear in tomorrow's afternoon paper. 'To make matters worse, patience, a vivid imagination, a sense of direction and a dictionary will not suffice to solve the problem. But they will help. What is really needed, however, is a proper historical background. When the archives of the Romanoffs, the secret records of the Hapsburgs and the state papers of the Hohenzollerns were made accessible to the public as a result of the revolutions brought about by the World War, students of history rubbed their hands with glee. They felt that the truth was within reachfthat mysteries were about to be solved and that the true solution of many enigmas was at hand. They were probably correct. Mildew often adds probative value to a document: dust sometimes lends dignity to old bottles, even if they they contain new wine: and cobwebs have been known to make an admirable setting to otherwise commonplace incidents. lt has come to pass, therefore, that the history of the class of l93O is not written in the wax and parchment of official documents: it is not to be found in confidential files: and there are no pigeon-holes containing undisclosed secrets. ln this book only is our history recorded. Early in the fall of l926 the "Good Ship '3O" set sail. Fair was the weather and with many a longing backward look and lingering farewell she turned toward the unknown future. The ship '30 began the voyage with a large crew. But immediately the storms began, and many a heart-tending letter was sent home beseeching a life boat. But even after these storms were subdued, a case of seasickness was caused by the routine of classes or vigorous gym. But many safely completed the voyage, and some anchored on the Isle of Vacation and some set sail on the second voyage. And so those who had been strong enough to withstand the first voyage set sail a second time. On this voyage, much was revealed. We began to realize that fiction gives place to facts, and that the realities of life take pre- cedence over meaningless symbols. lt looked as if a proper transcript were being made of pertinent and relevant facts. Our freshman year had passed and we had set sail for the second time. On this trip, we had to decide what our lives should be so that we could begin the preparation. And so we sailed on to the end of the second voyage. Butyet those strong and valiant passengers set out on a third voyage. Our decisions hadlbeen made, our compass set. To our passengers are assured tuhellcr lives. their liberties and their pursuit of happiness. A sense of duty. Z1 gtleinpgggl' an uncontrollable force' leads them on.' And so the "Good I. lx Y Ou an x on toward that time when she will set sail for the last llllt Io go Jtyond tht three-mile limit and launch into that vast and mighty sea called l.1le. And here's to her! May she sail safely into harbor without shipwreck. nor even the slightest grgfm. VIRGINIA L. MULLER, Historian. Page Une Humired Thirty-four x mr F ,. Q'-g 1' 'fx'- .' J" j.. al A.. ffiv ,fox nfl ki! 2-2- tl A' ifx lltf' ? 'C' I s L t r -Q .AA ywilw 172, 1 X' 'T K f ' R- M I .N 'A 42 w .L X sf cm I. ' r A , . l I l . l ri. Q.. 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SIDKE 2 A L-1-1 C 2 :r- 71 RAYMOND BRADDY PIILDEBRAND f ST. MATTHEXVS, S. C. ., , I HKS . ' 4 tfifiii ..X M, 151 .Lqs ' . W ' K YQ-' f X-W . i .,,! Q , I ,A , ffl. ,r 5 A , A nails' n wif: . - 5 Q -gn , A1 1 A -, v ,Fl , ,- F3 'M' If A JOSEPH CAPERS HIGTT '-- ' ST. MATTHEWS. S. C. 'II f'9 "1 G C 'S' Ch 1-l li az 912: V1 -. E , A 5, , lx . , Y -f--A , EDWIN W. JOHNSON . 'A SPARTANBURG. S. C. fi 'wg' If A All ln 3 -1 il 3 V' ' . S.: 'V gx .ji DORCIEY KIEDRIDGE LYERAND XVAGNER. S. C. M" 1' J 'CY R , .,. , . 4 f'7!' yu i .SF . A?- S wi .Ax m v-Q R tif' " 1'.1Jm' Um' Hczrxinxf 'l'f'r::!:1 c:.J."! 6 :ffm 2-+5 , , A .. Ref A 3 -' 1 A . we if' 'K' 5 'K - A- V -. - 4 t. fn - A .... 1 4 ', 5 V .......,,-,,.......,,, , lx L 4. . X f -.4 ,----. A.,--- . -WL .L " W" "W ""' -Y - -. f. -f,fY N.,w,.Af . Xlzfm' xxvf f' " X1 --'-A xx,"-fu: ff , A .1 '-E 1 "f:fw..viM.1,M- rf..-1,-IA A L A. -, .A .Rf Y . 41 1 , iii ,155 lr.: nf L. ig!! .5 L., fT5.!fC'1H VfrSLf?2!'6!,fl4?ktl IU . . ,f , A M., , . .. Ll, Lv L Ljxy X -X-.Mt x-.K VA lkiljx-,,,! ,X-:,k:'wJ.x: Ji 11:0 v ., , - src. 1. ,J 'l . .W r .N er? Ali' ,tl L w 1.3 I, g, .':m'I L' ."fv ,rg ' . 3' , q .QQ XA: .U N. WALTON JAMES MCLEOD LYNCHBURG, S. C. K A GEORGE MILLER MQCUEN LAURENS, S. C. 2 A E ! A A E rij . . 1, fl, L .5 Ll, .f. I, .ffl A, 1 V 2 .11 f I 3 .MX ,1,2 .115 'c 1 , fl A 5 . 1 ff. fl ' 1 A 4 .11 ,J 44' 1.,' -f 39 xt' 'L Y to 3 Q. 1 1,1 .lf 1. 1 ...Q .1 f., '. 'f A ,IV .11 fe I. , 5 .,. f Q, fa- ' 1 is ' 5 ,, . ii 4 U fi JOE FOWLER PARK GREENWOOD, S. C. K A EDWARD KRIEGSMAN PRITCHARD CHARLESTON, S. C. K A CNOrthernj SQ HUOER SINKLER CHARLESTON, S. C. A T S2 LEGARE WALKER SUMMERVILLE, S. C. A T A .E HUGH LABAREE WILLCOX FLORENCE, S. C. O X A .X Lfbfy map. Page One Hundred Thirty-nine x f Aff L1 L. nz 'b 'I f-C 'C l-2 'L 116' A 0.2 x .P S-44 JE. 133: P 613 SEQ fi-Ei. 1 'f Qi' 8 Qw- 4.2 G '-1. X txfxjy 1 "Lf if P-+0 -...OJ glitz' 'Q this fr?--Q fl lf- v,".F'2 'A IS- kfzg 4 eg 5. 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'23 GW tg T I X 'IJI ij IfQ..'gd, Xfnj .Hn 2' .HQ f! ,J Rani, "Jiri ' X QQ? ,3 f y 0 J' 'l "lvl l 14:5 .yn fe tl? .nj 'Dwi Carl .5 R ,535 liar . pl: .i J' ii 'l. f K 1 .Yzvl li. l .sri ., 'la .Q X0 ," . 'A i 'J -b I, Q'l.i - f, , xX..A si Q J lit f' ' Af ix , ',x 1 NK K T f 'A 5' S ,Y'x la., -my,-g iff. lil' N x llnl' X, 1 junior Law Class History Vo score young souls, drawn from half as many different institutions, assembled in one school all crying for legal erudition-there's a pot- pourri with a strong flavor, n'est-ce pas. Well, yes-and then some. Whenever forty persons, like "Father Wi1lian1." in their youth, take to the law, and argue each case with whomsoever they can seize and hold-there's bound to be a commotion. , The Class of '30 has been all of that--regular in its attendance: dis- putative with one another: enlightening to laymen-and yet, despite or perhaps because of this pulsing enthusiasm, it has preserved harmony. Even more strik- ing, the group still evidences a keen relish for the law-after two years spent in its study. Actually. most of the boys promise to be lawyers instead of bank clerks and insurance agents. You may say, "That is a menace indeed," but we assure you, these later models are less of a hazard than those of popular fame. There are certain little gems of our teaching-such as, the priceless doctrine of Urespondeat superior": or the delectable maxims of equity or the ponderous tail that wags the helpless dog. the ability to read through pages of profound rigamarole in one minute: a deep laid distaste for the uncivilized hour of 8 A.M.2 an appreciation of the fact that the practice of law is not a trade but a pro- fession. and a suspicion that its teaching is neither. All, all, these jewels are to be treasured more than silver and gold! But there is one thing the Class of '30 entertains, this being an art they have acquired subsequent to their entry into the Law School. Despite thorough and fundamental training in pleadings, the Class of '30 wishes to say publicly. that they are unconcerned as to the political and judicial future of this State- it is safe in their hands-but they must admit that as to a more distant crisis. viz.. the Judgment Day. they are a little more doubtful. They cannot decide whether to demur to the celestial complaint for want of actionable cause or of improper rejoinder of parties defendant. And now dear reader we come to the sad part of our history, and it is history indeed. for two greater specimens of manhood. both physically and mentally, never darkened the doors of the Law School than Dr. Aycock and Professor I-lodges. The former met his death during the summer of 1928 and it was then that our class suffered a loss that can never be replaced. And because of illness. the class has been temporarily denied the amiable, genial and eloquent company. both professional and personal. of Professor I-lodges. And in conclusion our class wishes to say that the hearts of many strong young men reach out to their families in their recent bereavement. CHARLES H. BURN, H istorian. Page Om' Htmdrrtf Forty Y' -' , .. f., ....'f , A , , , , . , , v 'N . . R lx Dtw,"'fX lx. ,,, Q ' ' 1-l r - . .',Af.L. AK.'.,A!'a f fi xl , A , , . , , Y ,I . X ,A . 1 .li f.l'vii. 'N lf. ,- .. .., -. ...,..,,,, .W . 7 . .L ' I , , - MISS BUNCH Sponsor Sophomore Class r , "J A 5 , L NIQEL A. ED WA Mfxsc ' W 'T i 'o lg. it ob 000 OO ' a no V,ll- ' 5 ' ' - ' A 41. ' '. fm 54- ,.,1 , . Q J. 5, xx - - V -5 'g v . ' "D .J ,f... IJ, A , nfs A fx! hx Af, .yoj L5-I , K., 1.3 y MIN-, 1. vig, ffaegfx Nik Ak' ' k A f f 'S M ' K df Q., awww fwgwv 'X A A ., ,-4 LA,-' .- ,fx,"-.,- wy- . A 1 --....,....g.,......-.... , , N 4 1 .. , I 'mr , Q--.-N, -..,.,,,-..,,.,,,.-,,....... ... ..., ...M... A 3,811 A' " 51,f'V"" 51? ,' .' ' 'I wifefsgfrffL1osfLffvmfVa,+w1fL LW Sophomore Class W oPF1CERs NIGEL A. LEAGUE ......A..... . . . ........ Preszdent ED WANNAMAKER BOINEAU .,..... MASON CHANDLER BRUNsoN, JR.. . WILLIAM FLINN GILLAND, . . . . . . . . . .Vice-President . .Secretary-Treasurer . . . . . .Historian ,fx J, 1 A .if r n' R X. X .4 , a .I F- ol 'A ,mx 1 4. 1 s...,v ,fx I 932 x f 'I i 5 3 S 5 I x l 1 1 i n W 4 ,N N I li 5, 4, W + :H-ff' 82 53 2 ' QOQ V s , WX LXO Hx L, , " A-ff 'L 'J ij ,L f I 1 K . 2 L 3 f. X 1 f A rg Q 1- I N i 9 Page One Hundred Forty-three .Q .R F x x E. V x ' XM ' ' W L ' L,H'-,L - Ri-'ix-'Wx ,fx 'VK' yfsfxx 'wx YL-50' Rx -W A. 'V 'K -A f F 5 A I , A A 4 I. J. ,. f. f . . . . A A f l"'?xxii."' 3' "I Tiff . A. 'fi' .f 7'3" ms. A rv-+"A??Viv"?IVL1:"YQXI'3LfdL'f,f34f!i.:W?Y?"?.9lw.ZYK?L":Axfiff. ff? . + A . M. .R , NiA ,Ii'A.'!,f"f XFX1 K -'kg 1.-Lim ' 'A NJ- - . -'A - ' :Y Y' Sophomore Class MEMBERS I Q1 , fwuxzg K.J'?5 ,S-lf, Kffjrf 1 Ls .1 g'g,,'j :N I 'Kiwi L f la. . 3 , Ning yy 5 I -'OTS A tn:-C . ,AY lj' 5. ,Sy .3 Q .RN Hffwi 045. . fxhfaj-9 -fxvli? f'.lfY. Hin. 'Lv . A' "V,T':f A I-1:--A .1 B Cfijj X kl'1.x.'?. ' " si' -" Xa 5 Ltlnfg, IPA, ' ull: vi 6 ,QA ABERCROMBIE, G. G. BLAIR, T. A fi ALFORD, G. R. BOLDING, J. C. 'fkfff' ALLEN, T. E., IR. BOOKHART, W. B. -i ALMAN, J. F. BOOZER, J. W., JR. '35n":, ANDERSON, D. M. BRADLEY, A. L. ASTON, W. G. BRAZZELLE, M. I. . AULL, I- K- BROOKS, R. E. .ij-SQ BAILEY, D. B. BROWN, H. C. A BALLENGER, R. B., JR. BROWNE, D. A. ! ,fi-.9 BARBOUR, W. I., JR. BUCHAN, I. J. 1 BARNES, GUY, JR. BUIE, V. S. We BARRINEAU, A. J. BULL, W. B. ? .9 BATTLE, O- E- BUYCK, M. W. I U. BEACHAM, L. M. BVRD, J. H. N '.f,,",Q BEDENBAUGH, C. E. CA1N,C, L, , + BELL, D. E. CALHOUN, 1.0. I CHQ. BELL, E- C- CALK, T. D. . Q52 BELL, F- F-, JR- CARDXVELL, E. S., JR. . BENTLEY, E. P. CARLISLE, E. Q BERROWITZ, KALMAN CARROLL, S. M, ,J Q BERRY, LOUIE CARSON, M. F.. 3' L' BERRY, NV. F., JR. CASE, L. Tiff' BETTS, F. H. CATE, G. S. BLACK, O. D. CATHCART, I. A., JR, ,jf BLAIR, N. C. CAUGHMAN, E. 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E. SHAND L I 4' : ' - EN ' ' ' - 75. FOX W M J NINGS, L. D. NELSON P H 4 X FREED, JACOB JOHN H J - - SHANNON, H. W. ms. , ... S, ATTIE NICHOLSON B E ' .J A A 51' FRIAR, W. P. JOHNSTON, M. P. NORCO R' H- , SHARP, J. R. :Q J Q FUNDERBURKE, A. JONES, R. N. O1-T RMM . ' SHOLENBERGER' J' W' '-QI J 'F' I GAINE5, W. F. JONES R C y- ' i SHULL' R' A' Q-Il! 235 GALE A L A - '- OTT, S. D. SIMONS, T. I. 3 2.93 ' ' ' JONES, W' W' OULLA, E- L-, JR. SMITH L FB J b. GAMBRELLy W. A. JOYE, W. J. PAGE D C ' ' -mf-3 A is U GANTT, FREEDA KARESH, J. L. PAGE, I n . SPARKS, R' H' tip, GARRET, R. L. KEELS G W , I PEER' C' ' I " ' ' ' PALMER, J. W. STACKHOUSE M E -ix' ,gif-P GEE, J- J- KILLINGSWORTH F. K PAR E F . ' ' ' 'QU' J 2 , ' ' KER, - -, JR- STEELE, I. M. L. A 'I I GERALD, W. M. KINGMAN, H. W., JR. PARROATT I C STEVENSON I M . I G , .M. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' :EY S. M. RT F' iQ'J'1TJiI1lIDIEIF-JW K ETOKESUEH' L' galil., V , , ' ' 1 - T 4, .. ,gut GOLDBERG, C. R. KRAMER, D. L. PENLAND D 5,5211 SCENE ..' GOODALE, E. S. KREEL WALTER PI , I , ' ' ' "E" I ,,, Q TTMAN, L. C. FAYLOR, M. B. 'U' , gowwm' V' JJEMMON, B. L. PITTS, J. W. TAYLOR W. B 1'7" OODWYN, AY JEVKO S. A , ' . ' k up FF, - POLIAKOFF, M, T , , E. M. mv. ,Lg ,K GRAHAM, R. E. LIVINGSTON, X7ALERIE POOL G. C HOMAS " , ,gy GREEN E L JR To A L P , . THOMAS, H' L' ca .535 1 ' " ' J NG, - . ORTER, C. G. THO , W. A. AJ GREEN, F. S. LUCAS, B. D. PORTER, I. A. TUC1TEP,iOg, H. ggi., gREENE' G' -J' LUCAS, W. E. POULNOT, I. M. TURBYFILL, A. R. N RESSETTE' R' E' LYON, J- A- POWELL, D. L. TURKETT, W. P. -A ' ugly! ERIER, MCCABE, I. D. POWERS, G. T. TURNER, G. Z. S".5'J fag AI-SEY, SHLEY, JR- DTCCALLUM, E. S. PREACHER, A. B. VANCE, F. L. 5 gAMILTONhG.EL. I ATCCARREL, A. H., IR. PREACHER, G. H. WALD, M. Z. .fi i I ' AMLETT, - -, R- MCCARTT H. G. PRI W L ' 'J' Q A CE VN ALKER, P il ! ' ' . 'Gig EAMMOND, 113-, JR. QICDOWELL, J. C. PRINCE, J. R. WARD., H. E. ' AMMONDA ' ' ICINTOSH, B. PRIOLEAU, ALE. WALTERS, W. C. 5' LIAND' Sglp MCLEOD, Y. A. RAVENEL, F. A. WATSON, C. F. :QM ARDIN, - . DICNAULL, W. D. RAY, B. B. WAUCHOPE, R. R121 HARDLEL Z- L- MCNULTY, W. E., JR. REED, C. T. WHIPPLE, V. N. JF! HARMON, S. C. MACK, I. I. REMLEY, C. B. WHITE, H. A. l-2,3 HARPER, F. L. IWAGALIS, S. E. REVELISE, MAX WHITE, L. F.. Ja, 9 HATCHETT, A. B. MANSHIP, C. A., IR. RILEY, C. A. WHITESIDE, M. D. Cliff! 1 4. HEYWARD, E. B. MARTIN, M. K. RITCII, P. E. WIGGINS, C. F. 71" HIGGINS J. T. MARTIN M W RIT R R W A 7' 1. , , . . CHIE, . . ILLIAMS, . H, -, 1.3 Q H1111-ER, F- R- JWAUNEY, O. L. RIZZOLO, A. F. WILLIAMS, J. D. lg:-i HITE, LANIS MAXWELL, SARAH ROBERTS, I. N. WILLIAMS, Y. S. ,G b k?- HITE, M. L. NIEEKS, E. K. ROGERS, E. P. WILLIAMSON, M. A. I 'IS ? HOLLTDAY, L- MEETZE, F. R. ROSEEIELD, H. A. WILLIAMSON, V. MCC. fix. HOL!-IDAY, S. E- IMJEETZE, G. E. RUMPH, F. LER. WISON, C. C. ufgk S HOLMAN, J- B-, JR- MELTON, A. D. SALTERS, F. H. WIMBERLY, R. C. 'QSJJ V HOLMES, G- MILLER, M. F. SALVO, T. P. YVINDUS, M. A. 4' 439 HOOKER, E. M. MITCI-IELL, A. L. SAMS, S. B. WINGFIELD, E. S.. ..ff1.g P HOOVER, H. H. NIIXSON, M. W. SANDERS, A. M. WOOD, E. A. HOUGH, C. M. MONTEITII, F. L. SAVAGE, H. A. WOODS, W. S. fi frf HOUGH, E. G. JNJORGAN, T. C. SCHWARTZ, H. WYMAN, M. A. ? HUTT0, L. H. IWOSELEY, M. D. SCOTT, C. L. YARBOROUGH, P. H. ,gn IRBY, I- S. NJULLER, R. L. SCOTT, S. ff. ZIMMERMAN, H. Ji, SFS' sg-5' JACOBS, W. B. NEELY, W. C. SHACKELFO-RD, F. B. ZOBEL, E. I., JR. ,gl "-X xy 'ZF ' 54 4 A N' LD E: fish A491 L2- G -4. 'zu vu j AJ -S ? 5 I lx! ' ut? L R111 Qj Page One Hundred Forty-Hue iii: , .. r, Q., -W .vc "M S- N .x an "1 " Luk' Anf+:'H-IM-I+,wwwMwwwwmxwfY5fVWVW9J2523ABXNH f4J4fY,4f Ar,iVj5Af,m,jAI-N53AM Agf,,.,.ym..,,,.jA. j,A,,-x,,- A, ,,, An ,WM 3wf5K,f4P 1,AAjD .1512 . All, 'Kk.'S,AI,9,A. Ami! ......,,,,,-.-...W 4- . . , 1 A - ' M ii ,QQL MH Vlrr WV,-H-F.-,-YV, . , -, . H ' ""f 7-Y? - ' -"TT T " ' l 11 il l 4 i 1 l 2 . i i l V i ,l ..,.......--...z-.,..-.naw-..., ,. . .,.. ........,....,.....,.. ... ...... WMM.. .. , A . , .V ix in -D 0 V'V ...-.aw 1 Zfilf , , . . , , ,. , , V 'www ll .. , ,, , . ,, I , ,' .' . 1 ,. 'Ui w", LIC? .' '.if,.x, " df' if 'J' Qvlifill ful -l".QwlV.i!i iv' il 'IM i" '-5 QI, ' if fi .. ws..-Viewif"iwffii..ff.i-Sw M . f i if f f af T . if M A- 1. f Q .'.1.:!f'2l . Q ',.f."l-.N-A' "si""" ' ' ' ' M, 5 X .. -." Ni i " - A i Y Y X. . x. jf w X-. J 2' 'f ,Q 'x .V U t ,s .e , , 1 f" if, xg! K l .f W f . 1 i P M 1 1 . 3 .J V,.w. w ,I T jj i H . A 4 ophomore Class Histor , gl V ,l 4' 9 fr- f -cf me 573: if 59? 15367 T IS said that history is what man has thought, what he has done, and what he has aspired to do. Our history, thengis absurdly incomplete. We have thought after a fashion, we .1 . have accomplished a few things, but our aspirations for the most part have not been realized. f Vv'e are but plastic and susceptible putty in the hands of an artist-the University of South T Carolina. Our development has recently passed the primary stages and we await the future with varied and sundry emotions and expectations. NVe are the indefinite becoming the definite, the incoherent becoming the coherent. Though we look askance to our accepted mother, Carolina, T, our future lies within our own hands. Our destiny is our own, make it what we will. I V-tlyf A I-ffl As a class we are only a class, with the same general and basic features of any other class. Vtfhy waste your time with such prosaic facts as, "We of the class of l9?l, the largest in the history of the institution, entered the historic portals of this grand old University, unique in its ffff' quaint traditions and picturesque lore of a record spiced with humor, romance and hardship, late ing:-li in the month of September, l927." That is conceded. But triteness is inescapable, such facts must be recorded. Naturally we were the same eager green freshmen who may always be counted T593 on to arrive with the opening of the session. To say that we were dismayed and chagrined by sophomorical tyranny and violence would be telling. But we were. We have had our share of honors-our ordinary common-place class is spangled with athletes who star in track, football, ff" baseball and other sports. Our orators and debaters are on a par with any others, and neither if-QL, iV are we lacking in musicians, songsters and writers. Their powers -are fast making us famous. Some of us are scholars, some of us are not. Last, but not least, stand our trusty politicians, fra!! V3 Cas an afterthought, who will ever forget the memorable and eventful class elections of last ,Q 1.73, spring?j . c ' As the year wore on, individuals became discernible among the mass. We evolved from the state of being "dumb driven cattle," we began to take shape, thus gradually, and oftentimes if i n startlingly, there emerged "heroes in the strife." Our infantile rosy dreams of college, where one props his feet on the world, were painfully shattered. The fantastic illusions have been cast if 5' aside. The beguiling spell caused by uplifting magazine articles has been broken. Our tastes, ,gil i!.if?if unable' to stand the relentless pressure, have changed. No longer do we happily possess the nfiphcit faith in humanity and accepted institutions. 'X,Ve have become cynical, skeptical and V a oo . . V 'When we returned to school this fall we were the barbarians everyone expects sophomores to be. VOur intense superiority was not wholly conceit, but rather a pitiful attempt to hide the SK.. lj-,735 disappointments and cynicism we experienced as disillusioned sophomores. As the year advances, QTVVK we realize that after all we are nothing but human beings, no different fundamentally from V everyoneVelse. Wetake a different view, and though the fact that "life is real and life is earnest" T'-4, lfrebiifgfiige Cfiifdxlied, we find our interest in lighter things also absorbing. We conclude that . .R V lj V ,Vp .-jf-Vfg Time brought its inevitable fatalities. Many crusaders have fallen by the wayside. The fflgd T215 become more tortuous. We remain a class, but a class is composed of types and indi- Zfllasgaaid The dprotciesslwfll leave us finer or coarser, according to our own make-up. We, as 2 is becomi? iilgsclll S, Vein toVtake more definite shape. The form of the nnished moulding T become coli lete rx equ b e artist untiringly works on. and when, we, the plastic putty, have p . e wi ow and sing aloud the praises of the artist, our Alma Mater. 552 W F M. 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BOMAR, A. E. BODIAR, E. G. BOSTICK, E. F. BOWDEN, R. O., JR, VA- A . . .,' I'- 'I ,. ,, 5 . -' A-'IQ ll A. MEMBERS BOWHEN, E. H. BOYLSTON, M. H. BRADLEY, M. R. BRADSHAW, L. F. BRANDENBURG, I. BRIGHAM, W. L. BRIGMAN, F. C. BRODIE, M. S. BROOKER, I. Z. BROOKER, N. W. BROOKS, J. H. R. BROUGHTON, W. C. BROWN, C. T. BROWN, J. A. BROWN BROWN BROWN, J. M. BROWNE, M. L. BRUTON, G. M. BRYAN, C. H. BUFE, C. E. BUEF, I. L. BUFF, S. G. BURNETT, M. A. BURNS, I. G. BURTON, I. N. BUSHAW, W. E. BYNAM, M. E. ,J. J.. IR. , I. W., JR. I , "VI , , A ,i I A 1 I 1' I .II A I xl TL TtfI - I 2 , 5 ! CAIN, I. P. A CALHOUN, I. C., JR. CALHOUN, M. L. CALLAHAN, W. O. CANADY, W. R. CANNON, J. W. CANNON, I. N. CARROLL, R. L. H CARSON, T. D. CARVER, G. F. , I: CATHCART,lE. C. , 5? CATHCART, J. B. CAUGHMAN, C. D. ' I I CAUGHMAN, H. E. 34 CAUGHMAN, M. E. CAUSEY, E. I CHEWNING, L. R. .i CLAFFY, R. F. 3 CLARK, W. C. CLARK, W. P. CLARKSON, N. H., IR. CLIFFORD, D. M. CLIPPARD, E. A CLYBURN, E. M. COBB, M. L. COGBURN, T. 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M. DAVIS, G. H. DAVIS, J. K. DAVIS, L. L. DAVIS, S. C. DAVIS, T. H. DAVIS, T. V. DEAN, G. C. DEHORN, A. M. DELOACII, F. DENNIS, W. S. DENNY, J. C. DENT, F. C. DERRICK, J. C. DERRICK, M. N. DERRICK, R. D. DERRICK, W. C. DEVAUGIIN, J. R. DEWITT, P. DOAR, R. DONELAN, W. DORMAN, J. K. DOUGLAS, J. DOVELL, E. C. DRUMM, W. H. DUKE, H. L. DUKE, R. H. IJUKICS, R. M. DUNIIAR, J. V. I f A 1- ..,..,I,..lYi-.lYI....QY53.'.iQViN' ' L Freshman Class MEMBERS DUPRE, C, A, DUPRE, J. C. DUSENBURY, J. F, DWYER, L. J, EADDY, W. T, EASLER, C. H. EATMAN, J. F, EBAUGH, M. D. EDENS, H. H. EDWARDS, R. W. EISON, J. J. ELKIN, H. E. ELLIOTT, M. P. ELLISON, O. B. EPPS, S. V. EPTING, M. A. ERBESPIELD, M. EVANS, J. G. EVANS, R. MCC. FAIR, A. A. FALLAW, L. V. FANNING, H. A. FARNAM, H. W. FARNAM, W. O., JR. FAULK, J. H. FAULKENBERRY, L. C. FELTON, A. T. FELTON, J. B. FERGUSON, T. B. FICKLING, J. M. FISHBURNE, J. B. FISHRURNE, W. H. FLEMING, M. E. FLOW, J. W., JR. FLOYD, F. E. FLOYD, L. C. FLOYD, J. M. FORAN, W. A. FORBES, H. L., JR. FORD, W. E. FOSTER, J. C. FOSTER, J. B. FREEMAN, L. F. FULLER, C. L., JR. FUNDERBURKE, J. B. FUNDERBURKE, O. L. GAI.GANO, D. A. GALLUCHAT, F. GARRETT, R. H. GARRISON, J. M. GARVIN, G. C. GARVIN, L. A. GASKIN, A. E. GASKIN, R. E. GAVIN, K. M. GEIGER, F. L. GEIGER, M. M. GEORGE, W. E. GE'r'I'Ys, J. R. GIIISON, F. C, GlI.I.AND, W. F. GlI.I..liSl'lIC, J. L., JR. GILMORE, W, G GLENN, ROY GOETTEE, J. G, GOODALE, NELL GORMAN, M. E. GOSNEY, G. K. GRAHAM, G, GRAMLING, J. P. GRANT, E. G. GRAY, H. E. GREEN, E. VV. GREHER, S. GRIER, F. B., JR. GRIER, R. W. GRIFFIN, K.. P. GUERRY, A. E. GUIGNARD, S. R. GUIGNARD, S. MCB. GUY, VV. F. IIALTIWANGER, J. W., JR. HAMILTON, LEGARE HAMILTON, L. L. HAMMOND, A. H. HAMMOND, M. G. HANCOCK, G. C. HARDY, ARCHIE, JR. HARLEY, W. B. HARLEY, W. M., JR. HARLLEE, S. E. HARMON, A. E. HARMON, J. J. HARMON, M. L. HARMON, W. F. HARPER, S. M. HARRELL, E. D. HARRIS, W. J. HART, J. R., JR. HARTNESS, M. C. HARTZOG, HAZEL HARVIN, F. M. HAVIRD, B. M. HEISE, E. A. HEISE, M. D. HEMPHILL, M. O. HENDRY, D. W. HERBERT, W. C. HERRIN, J. D. HEWITT, R. HEYWARD, J., JR. HICKS, M. L. HICKS, N. B., JR. HIGHTOWER, E. M. HINES, M. C. HIOTT, W. L. HOLLAND, G. E. HOLLAND, HELLENE HOLLAND, M. L. I'IOI.LAND, W. W. HOLMAN, M. B. HOOD, J. J. HOOK, J. L. HQBTON, L. J. HOTINGER, R. W HOUCK, M. C. HUDSON, D. B. HUGHES, C. HUGHES, L. A. HUGI-IEY, M. L. HUNTER, S. L. HYDRICK, J. H. HYMAN, B. W. IRBY, B. R. IRBY, M. C. JACKSON, D. L. JACKSON, I. M. JACKSON, S. A. JAMES, L. A. JAMES, R. O. JEFFORDS, J. M. JENKINS, E. C. JOHNSON, A. H. JOHNSON, D. A. JOHNSTON, S. A. JONES, E. W. JONES, L. B. JONES, M. L. JONES, V. O. JONES, W. L. JORDAN, A. W. KAMINER, L. H. KAPLAN, H. A. KARESH, M. W. KEASLER, J. C. KEELS, L. B. KELLY, K. L. KEMMERLIN, T. W KENNEMORE, A. KETCHIN, T. H. KEYSERLING, R. KIMBRELL, B. E. KIMBRELL, G. L. KINARD, G. KINARD, L. M. KINARD, M. M. KING, G. S. KINGMAN, D. K. KINSEY, O. E. KIRBY, T. B. KNIGHT, R. E. KNOWLTON, C. E KOON, C. L. KOON, J. VV. KONARD, L. KUNATH, L. E. KYZER, M. M. LACKEY, J. H. LANCASTER, D. E LANGLEY, M. G. LANGSTON, W. D LATHAM, W. I. LAVAL, W. L., JR LEAGUE, C. B. LEAGUE, N. A. LEARDO, P. A. Page One Hundred Fifty-one 'Q K Q? WRX .lx ,xfgw ,. 'I 2 I-i' ,-.W 5 1' ., . , M.-E., A, W. -, . L . . -- ,-Y .1 V 1 ix' .5 ,1 N - -fx - ,xi 'I V Qld, ALI, 'f'?I!.:'-Viftffxi lihif V x in i .EA A -TM - ll I 'NRL N, . .Rag . 'll K .UT- ff.- 1 :LR , -3. FX R. ,A 'I I, -A Yell? I I - I, ..- ...X .1-i' E LEIPERSOCK, I. E. LEONARD, T. F. Freshman Class MOORE, O. P. MOORE, S. G. MEMBERS ROMANSTINE, E. A. ROOF, B. L. 4-...,-,,, kid' 3.1, flvk !V,',v , , . I : , - ., ,. .. A . TAYLOR, W. W. TI-IORNE, M. T. , ROOF, D, W, CFIDWELL, C. W. 11tfI4g:g?S'8ylER ROOP, F. L. TI MBERLAKE, M. E. f VX ' MORRISON T. R. ROOF, W- L- TIND'-LL- J- S- .M .. LEWIS, K. J. , T B L - -.uf LEWIS, V. E. MORROW, M, ROSEN, LOUIS TOOL, C- E- ,2 LEWIS, W. W. MORSE, I. M. ROWAN, E- J- TOAI-, - I- M LIGHTSEY, A. M. MULLEN. W. F. ROWLAND, T- E- OGNERI, 1- - A . LIGON, A. I. MUNDY, M. G. RUBIN, H' S' T001-E, S- P- ig V, LILLARD, C. Q. NETTI.ES, W. H. RUDISILL, J- E- TOWNSEND- W- C- NW LIVINGSTON, D. S. NEWMAN, S. SAMS, D- M- TRUSEDALE- M- R- R. LIVINGSTON, G. M. NIX, O. P. SANDERS, J- G- TRULUCK- R- G- X: .Q LIVINGSTON, V. C. NUNGEZER, G. N. SANDERS, R. L. TURBEVII-I-E, P- C- inf LLOYD, S. M. O,BRYAN, L. G. SATTEREIELD, B. W. TYLER, E. M. l LOGAN, H. L. ORANDER, W. D. SAWYER, G. W. LTTSEY, M. P. C5 , LOVE, B. H. OSBORNE, E. T. SAWYER, H. W. VAUGHAN, A- W. '- " LOVE, L. H. OTIS, M. I. SAWYER, INEZ VERNER, D. B. I ' LUCAS, C. E. OWINGS, A. B. SCARBOROUGH, A. W. VIATER, H. R. I LUCAS, T. L. OWINGS, A. B. SCHWARTZ, C. VINING, J- L- MCCALLUM, R. C. PACE, A. B. SCOTT, J. M. WALKER, F. E. MCCARREL, E. W. PAGE, J. D. SCOTT, LINA WALLACE, L- H- MCCARTHA, M. E. PAGETT, O. E. SCOTT, T. B. WALTER, S- T- . ., MCCLURE, H. I. PARKER. H. C., JR. SEASE, F. H. WANT, L- M- 'ii' MCCORMICK, H. E. PARSONS, H. D. SEAY, R. M. WARDLAW, F- B- I1 'I MCCRAVY, A. R. PATE, N. E. SELBY, H. A. WARREN, GEO., IR. Q, TVICDAVID, A. R. PATRICK, W. T. SHAND, W. M., JR. WARREN, G. W. ' j., MCDUEE-IE, A. D. PATTERSON, ROSE SHEALY, A. E. -WATSON, H. E. Y, MCFADDEN, W. L. PEARMAN, F.. L. SHELLEY, A. L. WATSON, N. G. "W MCFADDEN, W. C. PERRY, I. M. SHEPHERD, M. H., IR. WATSON, R. C. -VT- MCGEE, H. G., IR. PHIFER, E. S. SHIELDS, V. W. WATSON, W. R., JR. j MCLANE, R. K. PHILLIPS, N. SHIRLEY, C. C. WATTS, I. N. --,.., ,P MCLAULIN, N. ST. PINCKNEY, R. SHIRMER, G. L. WEBBER, C. C. .N MCLENDON, J- M-, JR- PLATT, L. SHULER, H. L. F. WELDON, W. O. Q -,V MCLENDON, M. E. PLAYER, I. O. SIKES, T. F.. WELLS, K. E. ff, MCLENDON, T. A. PLOTT, I. B. SISTRUNK, R. D., IR. WELLS, T. H. PR' If MCLEOD, J. A. PLOWDEN, R. MCF. SKINNER, D. E., JR. WERTZ, W. S., JR. 4 MCMILLAN, C. B. POLIAKOFF, H. SKINNER, W, M, WEST, M, E, j-,jf MACAUI-AY, J- D- POLK, C. B. SLOAN, C. E. WESTON, E. W. in 5 MACGREGOR, M- C- POPE, D. S. SMITH, A. A. WESTON, W. R. .3-X MAGII-I-, T- H- POSTON, M- E- SMITH, E. DEW. WETMORE, W. R. ff -T, MAGRUDER, P- A- POWELL, M. C. SMITH, E. D. WHEELER, R. E. MANN, M- E- POWELL, P. B. SMITH, G. L. WHETSTONE L. II' MARSH. D- T- PRESSLEY, P. SMITH G. E. WHITE C. C. --Y. MARTIN, C. L. PRESTON, E. R. SMIT1-Ii S WHITE, J. L. ' MARTIN, C- B- PRICE, R- L- SMITH, S. M. WHITE: L. B. --, MARTIN, E- R- PRYOR, J. R. SMITH, W. S. WHITEHEAD W. L., IR. MARTIN- G- E- PUCKETT, M- SMOOT L. F. WICKER S. MARTIN, K. G. QUATTI-EBAUM, S. W. SNELGROVE, C. P. WILLCOK P. A. MARTIN- M- M- RANKIN, L. E. SPANN, R. W. WILLIAMS A. C. "I MARTIN, M- C- RAY, J- D- . SPEARS, J. E. WILLIAMS, M. F. - MARTIN- W- K- REED, A- R- STRIBNICK I WILLIAMSCN I V ' MASON- T- REED, N. A. STOEI-'ORD WILLIAMSON, S. D.. .E , MATHENEY, R. P. REESE, M. M. STAPLES H M WILLIS A E i ' f MATHEWS, R. F. REESE, SALUDA STARR 151 I WILSOIJ jf-Q NIATHIS, M. L. RHAME, J. LEG. STEELR WILSON, I 'C D 'QI' NIATTESON, M. J. RHODES, P.. STFWART WILSON, I. R. II Ii MATTHEWS- M- M- RICHARDS, C. B. STELWART, i WILSON, 5.3, NI.-XULDIN, L. L. RICHARDSON, D. E. STILL H, M. WINDH-:M 'J' . NIAXWELL, J. K. RICHARDSON, F. S. STOKILS WINGO-M, I' I NIAYER, J. LEG. RICHARDSON, L. E. STORK ,Wi S' WINTER ji i l RIEEDLIN, BC Fi P IEICHARDSON, SARA STOWH D C. WISE M - I EEIIAM, ... . ICKARD, S. B. ' ' ' ' ' ' RIEEKER, E. R. RILEY, I. L., JR. SCLJILLEIRRRRNIT O. WEEIEIEREII NIEGG5, C. P. RIMES, E. E. SUMNER C ' WOMASK 'I V NIELLETTE, A. A. RITCH, J, W, SURASKQ W W . NIETZ, A. C. RITCI-IIE, I. B. SURASKY, H' C' VVgggi,UF,, W SHS? P.1?,1.I" RIZZERCHIIIN' SURASKYZ Rf Cf Woo-S, W.'H1, J-i. ' QEIXON- RICH EIZZOI-0,..lALIES '?xAVBElgRNif,E. L., JR' WRLGKIRIRPIRJCRR. If OBLEY, if . . OACH, S. F. TARREQ, 'C ' ' ' . RIONTEITH, K. H. ROBERTS, , C, ' ' ' ' WYLIE, J- R- RIIONTGOMERY, E. A. ROBERTS, M. TAQRLSR, Svxirgsdgdyi, MOON M T 1 , - - ROBINSON, L. MCM H0 , A - TAYLOR, H. MCD. YA1-E5 M, T, l Ou' ' RODDEY- J- B-, JR- TAYL H H , MOORE. J. D. ROGERS J D TAYLSR, H' E' ROUNG' M' AL C RIOQRE , g ' ' ' , - . OUNGINER, . . ' J O ROLLINS' A' TAYLOR, M- J. ZALIN, JACOB ZEIGLER, C. P. N 'R Page One Hundred Fifty-two , .1 , -,f,.xf,,-.Q-,lfxi .,-vii, .-,, X. V . -, -5 . I .f l .l I l I I i I I 5' '- KY- , "X-yi lk .4 ,Yl I ' f I 1-'.1 .Pl -. . -,F- ..- ,ii .-ul, -"l"l TAA! , . fl'- 51,11 xx I .LII A I. Ill'- fl-, '-fl: rg ,FI -.. ,J 1- -- Ari .xiii " 72.1 -- 6? if ' 1. .- 119. 4'-I5 ' l 5' ,. ,fl i2'.'E'ii .'.,,-My .Q l n..,5., we , . --iii iifki, l I .-'Ili i U ,- X.. 1 ff .I 'F l ,.,.- 'l gf,-,,k1.,l , .M 'i 1 4, .fn , . si C il 9 .- li l i.il. f l I l . E! 51.1-2 e 1 -- E 5 " S . ,E X. if 3 3 ! i QI l I 'N .1 ' l I 3 f ! .,-.----'w....-l .,,.,,l1x-,i-I .,,,,.....---""" and Jil Talsir morsr Soon woulc sized f N realize were T the ye I A teal sponsc college will le have I or bas to the l ere the bers R rest by II10uri deep r SOpbo edllcai side tl a-J gn, ,- ,Vly'mV : ' ' 5561: ".Egj!':,,l,1C?fffsiN?1f ',..1f,V ' fig? .l. ,. . iff: P-' Rx- 5 QQ ., ,,, N. Q .il H , ,- " fslj ki . f 'J V i , , . T -g-' w '. ff i :nfl - -if.. 7 ,I 9 , x I .mf , :. ' 2 3 . 1-if I' fx 1 5 E3 1 .Sb 85:1 1 1131: ' 23-2 Q 2 Sl H. VO FV 'lf ' It , , fr. W P M32 . xvxjl P 8 V 14. fzflf I" -'x i., H., , .,,.. ITA l . gif 'I-. All T 'irffl ,Q 1 T 1. "1 A fa ' 1 REX gg Y A' ". .VV Zyl it-V pf! F .fl Q 29 I 4, I i if rg E 7E7',, .,. fa ' . .- V., xii M, My N -A , i -4- l e Q: 'D' as-. l T ff... A L, 5 fins? ' l it 'A 1-J , Q11-1 5 +5 3 J C . ip, . g 1 ,ggi-s. ,iii 1 ur? gg .V , ta i vu . M f xy , A ' A 'i ,. E 'a -T, J-. .N 1... we rw-1 'K' ffm 2 Wg A f 2 2.1 pig l Jill LV E T ,f'..+' '72 ,fbi '. af x u- . 'V I 2' 1 'f".f A M E ,Q , .134 I F , ,flax -1 . f -V . ' L lt: w f" , XR 2 Qi.: 'fc 2 l-ff'-Q fi is-e 34. Q LR, fix 1 I, f '7 -ti' 5 Wi 151 5 ixf. , :rx if i W IC 1 f.l'Q' .,z Q v- H ,1. 1 N , i .s , i ' 1, L1 - K ggi' 3 'fi s 1 -.145 '- W i -we . if KS' 1 F'.M fd, . 1 4 T If - fg ff' ' 'eff me EY ffl ' a K , f rg,-E - lf, Q, "el L . Y- E ,., I, lil u is ' 'l V . ,fs 1 5 , , l :lf r , 1 A H A ru- H-V-.,. . 151.1 5 n ' T l ,,.i-fs 3 1 ' '- J W r lli,x..s... .fi I , - I 'MJ Freshman Class History N SEPTEMBER, l928, we poured into the University, eager for the knowledge which we knew to be just ahead of us in such bountiful quantities. Led by our emerald banner typifying our feelings, movements, and abilities, we stumbled on and up the noble staircase of education. Taking as we went, each in proportion to his appetite and ambition, morsels or "hunks" of this most essential of foods-education. We soon found out, however, that a small morsel of this education would be more likely to bring on mental indigestion than a man- sized helping. ' We labored on through our classes, side' by side, with the realization that we were all striving for a common goal, and so we were bound by a closer spirit: a spirit which will endure through the years to come. . We were the proud sponsors of an exceptional football team. A team that met with no ordinary success in the state. We also sponsored a basketball team that invaded the ranks of the other 3 'Q -4 7, rl? l . 4 . ng l 4 'I nz? -G N of H Ql :V is wpql x .V Q '4 gr: I lx .4 EN Nfl fy. 4 4- 'L Ill Q e! 'ff r "ggi l Q57 My s .X . colleges without suffering a single defeat. A basketball team that will lend to next year's varsity several first magnitude stars. Nor have we boasted yet of our skillful boxing team, nor of our track or baseball teams which bid fair to be a credit to the University and to the Class of 1932. However, the class was not without its sad moments, because ere the second semester was begun, one of our most promising mem- bers was taken from our midst and led into that beautiful valley of gl? rest by the omnipotent Hand after a brief illness. The class sincerely mourns the loss of Dan Roof, and has extended to his parents their deep regrets. The end of the year finds us standing on the threshold of sophomority, ever as eager to peer into the second year of this greater education, and pitying those few of us who have fallen by the way- side through lack of diligence and excess of play. E. ALEX HEISE, H isrorian. P 'Q' 415 Page One Hundred Fifty-three H -sc-Q"'3t fr. Page One Hundred Fifty-four U za EEF ra 'E VX ff A f MISS ETHELIND POPE Sponsor Freshman Law Class K I 4 Gow-4 J ,ws 2 1 A 'J H l 1 'P 'Q UC 'Q k R n I l so OOO OO ll E ,vi P K S I E i .! f I' 7 I Xu I if E Y' Q 5 I 1 Freshman Law Class OFFICERS GORDON BADGER BAKER. . . . ,. ,....... ........ P resident JAMES A. SPRUILL ....s..., ....,... V ice-President JAMES BROWN MORRISON. . . .... Secretary-Treasurer BENEDICT W. HYMAN. . . ....... Historian I 5 QQQG Us Q 53 i i, f Q E2f'L '2,8 Page One Hundred Fifty-seven W iw 1 'V I 7 V A ,. . ..... -.--.. ...-H -- -- - Q ,. ,.., I. 5 58,1 1 df INV- 'V xp: xl'.'iwi.'1l'AlV-9,7lvlll' lm' l H ., I.,I a.I x . I. -J.. J . ,V Ig- -I . ,A I., . , , I ,f,If,,f',.', ,rl-vs Freshman Law Class MEMBERS ANDERSON, JOHN COKER BAKER, GORDON BADCER BATES, JOHN SEAY BENNETT, WM, N. WORTH BROWN, CHARLES WILLIS, JR. BROWN, RICHARD LEWIS COOPER, EDWIN HASELDEN DORMAN, JOHN KELLY DREXEL, FREDERICK CHARLES EDMUNDS, CHAMPION MOORE EHRHARDT, WILLIAM CRAIG FARR, EDWIN FRANCIS GARVIN, LONNIE ARNOLD CIRIER, FRANK BARRON GRIER, RANDOLPH WITHERS CIRIMSLEY, CHARLES K. HARTZOC, BENJAMIN GERARD WILLIAMS, Page One Hundred Fifty-eight ,ln I-Iva.-. .4 -,I.-,.4A,,-x-- M r X, ' it .S i . : . , A , ' ., -I.. -I, HARVEY, JAMES HEYWARD HINGSON, HARRY M. L. HYMAN, BENEDICT WEINBERG KEELS, WILLIAM FORREST KERSHAW. THEODORE G. LONG, JO-HN REUBEN NIATTHEWS, JAMES BUEORT NIIMS, MATTHEW HANSFORD MORRISON, JAMES BROWN NESMITH, VARDELL EDWARDS PEECKSEN, HENRY REELE PERRY, JOHN MORTON' RUBENSTEIN, MAX SHECUT. LIN CUTHBERT, JR. SPRUILL, JAMES A., JR. SWINK, HARISON RANDOLPH THORNTON, BENJAMIN C. JOHN CORNELIUS I If . , Q I I, .I ,, .I I Q I l'lAk.j1II-'Alfflxljqyl,fX,l,-75Iglfxlvygwlilf.,.5 ,lVffIXlb:,,5,jfsf2If,,v:ly.,J,:Eg,'1, j,i,1I Fi+1,,.fl,'xfe-'If'f'l' ' . ...A-' ., I? .fl l Ir l Xl ll l X.. 1 Q 75 "IW All A S G - 3 , I Ir-II, I l ,I lf - I ll .I -'l ls .s I. fl. Ll l I I I il l lr 'L i if l l 2 5 I l l l l Y I . 3 , I 5 E . I I l J l. 1 F. .V A If, Il Pl .Xb lb' ll'f N all f:' U 'll 'll ll 6 J i ,J L .I Y Iii ,I IU ls lf ll I,I. IM lg! IIN yi ll 2? Ill I ,I mix lu U WI .II. Huy 'I WI HI li l viill' wwf' my-51 H crzsfW"' lovffl lo' l To tl in th: 515 disciplf' Az zh the molar time--Iliff No sz with Ihr few drop b battles m l'lo'-sw hand. up : although 1 diploma. rv., I 1 Q 10,5 l I I fl'-m Fw-., l -. xxx. -.-..,c--..7..a. jabs, -M W ,S ' ,I , , f ' I ' - W V I: ig: ' X fu'-.2t"+"f Hu we '-,Q-'Jkx e,"Qi,lf' 1- Q-ilhi,KofiJxf'-:f.:CJlw',1-.5",vA.,flQ!g i.. X 9 wr' i , . 4-. , - Q I fl l Y ', . , , V K i Q Freshman Law Class History Xfff VERY man has his mistress, whether she is in the form of love 'fc-z I.. , . I money or learning, The most jealous mistress of all is the mistress of law. With her there is n h'l d o p ian ering, no pro- I , crastination, no element of the companionate marriage idea, she is ,qw ' loved for herself, and alone, or not at all. if-fit i . MM To this goddess thousands have come to worship, even as Ruth ky' , in the Bible, to gather the gleanings that she willingly casts to her ll f-N l fzjf disciples. .KH . I I ' l 1 l At the beginning of. the year thirty admiring zealots, fired with the resolution of endeavor met in the halls of Petigru for the first of time--this mistress who is to guide them for three years, W fji + F1 No story ends as its author originally intended it and so it is K, ' 1 with the "rat" law class of '29. The end of examinations saw a ...gi 1 few drop by the wayside as others will, of a necessity do, when other 'Q E V ggi l battles are met and fought. - 4.x V y However, this goddess leads all who are willing, with a gentle .45 Q. T hand, up to the rugged and precipitous heights at whose summit, 5, gp 5 although now vague, distant and fantastic, looms the goal, the 1 diploma. ,',' 5 LJ r 4, ,vi ,,i -,xg ,-,n 4-Q l B. W, HYMAN, 1.15" l ? H istorian. fi' li 351, ,sf ' gif! . i 52'-llleffl fb ,ji 1 I.. cf, .lx G? l 'Ji aff ni l .kv g 'fl T l .Q Page One Hundred Fifty-nine Y ? ll ' X t i ' ' ' ' lp . ti' if rl Nl 'tm i . V ,amps . ,ef ,K ' K V ' I ,lv V , .,d".,-i , -: .. ' ' ' ' A. , g ., f .... ff, E . , . . N51 - . . - Y - ilk Vx- fx 1 .415 tx Al 'K MK 1 7 3, 1 s K., yi, 4' 5 1 4 L 4. fl U VK 31' li yi 51 1, V? Y ki W XJ Ky SW ff bg pt Iw lq,' N4 x, ,, 9. 37,5 535 QT? xii W wp ES Q? s 'r Si p in 4 Dx KX a H H Vw sf ,, 5 gi fi xii in 9 M as 9- if, a ? A 5 S A U 15 S 5 I Jhjl. X I I xx., K WILLIAM L. LAVAL Head Coach Athletics Page One Hundred Sixty-three Miss MILDRED UTSEY Sponsor Head 'Cheer Leader 'Q IQ. 98 N 1. Wh 0 ff! f' l, ll, vgor vi 4' 34 .J Q Q fi . n s A Q 'Qing .v 37. -4 litpu ng! If 4-ya -.53 kf- .x E-'F ef. 'S 9' -4 'ir 53" 97 4 life IQ! SLS .4 ,QFD Q. 3 Nh-0 .Q !4er" ,mg-gl -A 152 Q3 ,p ' e- -A-Ji QT! ICQ, RCC, . A' -Ji 4 GW G." 'Sw l 9' 'E' 152:-A 3.4 Cheer Leaders Eze V378 qw.. M- sag fw' CURTIS BROCK, Head Cheer Leader - 1211 , , Wg! GENE STONE, Asszsranr NIGEL LEAGUE, Asszsranr 4.:T',, gf, xjf. ,al ' 1" i' kv' ov B RAILROAD YELL s. C. Rah! Rah! 45,1 s. C, Rah! Rah! rd? Hoo-rah! Hoo-rah! 0Qf,'g ' 'South Carolina! 'ZT bfi! KRS! A .A .ffm E M E yfn fu? rs, QQ! gy RICKETY-RACK LoNo CHEER Z Rickety, Rickety, Rickety Rack! Ray-ay-ay! Rah-Rah! 'QQ Clickety, Clickety, Clickety Clack! Ray-ay-ay! Rah-Rah! ig! Garnet and Black! Sis! Boom! Bah! gi" Garnet and Black! Carolina! Carolina! Gil 'PWC Boom Ray! Boom Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah! Q: south Canninax .Qi 9' "i5',.f Page One Hundred Sixty-five fy . 17 A ,is all 1 ' ' U xv: ,il 'J 8 A I ak ' sic A ff A .Lair IJ 111-XfxNk,s,-xJqy V. A.-x,f-.WV ,wx - N, N .,- , X. . , N, ,. , ,, 4 Y r tai!!f1QiBE39iGE!AQf!f7,Af1?311E3EACH? AUKEW . wEKfeY4'Mf!RQf+91AWMrfiwarAf AQ1,SvQG1'Q!'S v .- its A. . , ,. x X. 'Q 1 . . t f gi 312 T TZfT'f'?iE-Y diff V we li Sri Vfwgvi, 1 ia' Q 1 QBY9QY1aW1sf'f1'1f-wi' 1: 1'111f1f11'fs11:wT7:1e11f11 1115151 -Mi-,'lF!l',1fA it. 1, I an .1 M1 J .1 BIA pr gf ,-Lf f-, ,-U -x V- f 1 Y ' If V W .1 kg Q. :J ' "s1 :ae A 4 1:51 af rf 131 1: I 2 lavb 'L E412 ws-fs gi .T lip S352 '5 if-nl al, 'lim rx -iii? fx' , I, 158 14 19 cc ' an ,gi Crazy Quilt .4 nn, ' -ff lil' E V le ll ' 17 ' ? ' g The Crazy Quilt, Wlth the Gamecocks push and drive behind it, carried the University eleven through five straight brilliant victories. WL? n , I I 'ZF Quite a bit of credit should go to the Gamecocks for mastering 94 ie," - , , I , 11.2 such an eccentric formation and style of play 1n the short time li? allotted them to learn it. 'P' . . 8'3" Much 1S expected of the 1930 team, which Will line up in the "Crazy Quilt" when the Whistle blows for next year's opener. Y: . . Q3 XJJ7 5-z Q 54 S21 58 09+ Q G Q, -6 .fb Q is -191 3:-S -11 KQV 91 V!-I Page One Hundred Sixty-six 924+ 'Z 1NfV'ii,.,Zi.x,J:':l -c :VI .iw H-.I A I t 1. 4 -I - w Y 1-7. . .. -Q , , A., K., L! X, Y.v' wi, ifrxyfxrkx ,mm ,Nr fx! nl- 'Fri' Crt. Y 1 V 33.5 iif7ff"' 'YM f 5'w lui? 'Y' f 't 'aff few-la'-"f r't'z. JW f 1121 lf-i t-U5 lF41F?,l?7'l1?f11fl,Fff215l 'll Il' ? V 2' 1 ij' ? 1 .s 29 J' 13' 5 lin VV. Iii: 'P' 4. 123' W I ef" 9 4. 1 S1 y 'ii' 9: 4. l Z! W 4. l EI' 'P an 1 g I1 In 'B' 1 4' 1 .1 4' 1 51? if 1 xl 1 P WZ 9-11 9' 11 'P 1 SZ. 2 P 9 1 5.1, Ts 9- P 1 S. K 7' 9- 1 Q1 244 V. 9'- 5 ""'-v-. 35 I 1 , 5 Z I I I . U 1 ..L.,..-,.,.,.. , , .L ,,,, . 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COOPER f- BILLY LAMAR AL LIGHTSEY LESLIE DICKERT jf? BOB WIMBERLY SIDNEY GREEN HUGH S. STODDARD L7 WALTER CHANDLER PAUL RITCH THOMAS H. BRIGGS, IR. If LEW WHITE BARNEY SMITH B. C. DERRICIC IP,-i GEORGE WATSON C. K. GRIMSLEY LEVVIS W. WEST f fi. BOB STODDARD HUNTER KENNEDY E. L. OULLA, IR. fit' MAX RUBENSTEIN FLOYD THOMAS C. Q. LILLARD DRUFUS GRIFFIN JIM X7ERNER, IR. G. L. LONSFORD E. RED FULMER Ex? IRIFIIQEAU J L. CRASEIEK LJ WALTER JOYE . . HAND, R. HARLIE . OSTER ' I. C. BROCK Y. S. WILLIAMS LEMIANSKI E BUSTER JOYNER IIMMIE NEIL DAVE RELIBERT 'lb EDDIE ZOBEL ROEERTE GRESSETTE 4 z y Page One Hundred Sixty-seven ii 43 I I . 5 LL... .. L4 7, S S 5 I P P I Miss RHEY WERBLUN Sponsor Football 1 'O '00 Us D OOO if N ' 31 '4 52 Q ru. U ' 3' i Oo .QQ O 'Oc ill QC 'Q' . Q o ' ' ' 'Q 0 0 'Q P w 00 Col oo lo OOO Ol 905 O0 .lf Q. ll .OO .C if FQQQTBALJ. SP0 soRs X ff - ,, f X My fl :J "4 W . Q f 5 1 f ,' ' TN K lk! 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I 'Z , ei If I CSD , 35 fL?f?. . ' ' ,fr 5 . Q A g Q, 'I .pf X A . r . . , , . ,WW Alf' A' 'g3,, pkfkfi ' f '43 2.3, - -If:-I f- K' A THE VARSITY SQUAD 'Lay -H-+I 5.4 rg. ' gil' L S: 2 " SESS' Football Resume 1 'iz lf -, 9 . if 'Fi' CAROLINA l9: ERSKINE O.-Zobel drew first blood of the season on end runs. Reju- venated Gamecocks gave pleasing exhibition of Laval's "Crazy Quilt." CAROLINA 6: CHICAGO O.-Only thirteen Gamecocks participated in the greatest victory - . . . . 'I,Q- ' 'dl of all time. Bru Boineau was a worthy substitute for Zobel. The Beall bo s won much favor lx-fe QI fi . . Y 'Q' 1n the Windy City. ' S' .jig CAROLINA 243 VIRGINIA 18.-Wimberly and Zobel produced the high-powered thrills 'G 'JIT . . . " in a sensational contest with Lady Nancy Astor as guest of honor. A-1:2 . . 'asf KST CAROLINA 21: MARYLAND 7.---A Gamecock victory made Home-coming Day a pleasant visit for the olds grads. Griffin and Rogers performed well on the ends. lg CAROLINA 133 PRESBYTERIIAN O.-Gamecocks defeat Blue Hoseg J. Beall and Rogers show power on defense. ' 4-52N CAROLINA 0: CLEMSON 32.-Tigers were out for blood and ruffle crippled Birds. Pal- Mug 2'-Eff metto classic leaves Gamecocks with many injuries. ggi' y gl? ag' CAROLINA 0: CITADEL 0.-Many chances to score but final punch lacking. Wimberly Atl gets off for long sprints but falls short of touchdown. gb, ,-1 'f eff 14' 51" CAROLINA 0: NORTH CAROLINA 0.-Another scoreless tie. Wimberl misses touchdown 'W 21. . . . Y 'Q on kickoff by inches. 'IQ' ff CAROLINA 63 FURMAN O.-A hard-fought battle. Gamecocks win through C. Beall's trusty arm and Boineau's sturdy legs. 'NVolf a tower of strength on defense. Q22 CAROLINA 73 N. C. STATE 37.-Birds get short end of Turkey day card. Eleven seniors ggi lb Gufy made their last debut in Garnet and Black togs. QQ, 'i -Sv! ii K' QI Ga: V 5:2 tl Page One Hundred Seventy-Hue NA' If A -fx A X . ..-13 ...L "Mk 5 4.L?TI1ii.'fIg,i1E1Ff?.t.t"I jIf3ffIttglA fIfiiiAsI WAI lzffla GIIJIAI-ef.-frat?fM'ff R?fi9Aw.fIo35 5 ' p i I .. -ff-I I IM. -M Wm .,,, .W,,,,,M,i,,,i,,.,,,,m,i, -M , ,H - g-,.,,,,,, ,... ki- ,U Wgwmnw- I 7 L TOP: WIMBERLY, Fallbackg COOPER CCapf.5, Quarterbackg BEALL, CCapt-electb, Center: NEIL, Manager BOTTOM: GRIFFIN, Endg ROGERS, Endg STODDARD, Emi. Page One Hundred Seventy-six 5-.5,N.., .x.- Xa-'N ,paw-Q I TOP: WOLF, Tackleg DERRICK, Tackleg PULMER, Centerg LAVAL, Coach. BOTTOM: BOINEAU, Backg SHAND, Tackleg GRESSETTE, End. Page' One Hundred Seventy-seven TOP: ZOBEL, Backg H. STODDARD, Guard: EDENS, Back. BOTTOM: XVILLIAMS, Guardg C. BEALL, Backg JOYE, Guard. Page One Hundred Seventy-eight be N' Sm ge, TOP: GUARINO, Guardg SMITH, Guardg J. DERRICK, Tackle. BOTTOMZ GRAHAM, TGCkl9J JOYNER, BGCRQ MATHENRY, Back. Page One Hundred Seventy-nine "7 v 7 "W . r S Q U Y , ,. .,, .,...,,...A,. ,M ,, QTWX X' '1 1 X w A Q hu.. A wg-A V, - .,1 A,1, , 'Q 'xx K ,XXX , N XA' l ' xv- ff' fu X ,S I, .K 4 r 2 iw l f. .S , .xx 5 2401" N. E 1,13 . 1' sk' ' , 1 A 'rr f 1 if x Rf, i ,I wifi I Fr 'xiii l 1 1 1, N 5 A W W . I 1 "gli 1 2 L" ' 'F' E ig x All ' 2 if' ' ' QPF? k J ' iw, . ,j .f ' V' "4-1 2 417, ' ,' If R jj-,Q ggi 1 ' hi 151:41 1 X X-Wj xlffii E! ,jig 'abs If Pill 3235 , X Y 5 , V Pi ffgzfkx NL fy 1 H ry , 1 QW. ' A if :M i 1 - 'Jw fff. I ' f 1 WJ?- 1 +7j1xv-2-I L 1 . K-VXT1 '- i is ! H, 9 if ., 1' gm x,., , , 2 ' "JN 5 ,.i3,! f 1'5" VL A I Vg :A V 'izfllr V , fifvllin 1 153 ,fl 3. Q "HQ-1 , ' 13.57 - 4 TRD V , E1 .fxkuff Cv" 1 fxizjdgi I Illia " " w ,Alf W lg ,U I 'Ill if ' E3 .1 ff ll Q? x lo! 4 ,ll sf F J ..Lv1.'5 , ZZ? w "xg W ,fggfx I sift? - X' fbi Ky KV'-,fl 1 5-Hai Page One Hundred Eighty 27' x K- - , '1 - .- ,. -, .. A lfzfmfuaf gTAx lf'pfA-i',hA.5FHc'1l.x.Ui4Kliwsxl.-li, .X E 'L' --Alf-V ', ,QV 'V X ,' ' 'X' .X ,.. H- 1 .I , 1' J I - ' .Q -4 Tl2liv'Zf5 1 . V3 e ll! gives: 1 . wg Q' -,1 .lksif jgi Q55 gk.-1 Hx' Q Page One Hundred Eighty-one 3. U. ,ilk "if: i "ld'f,"Q:--'ll lxur U' ' xitk -"' 1x:'l-l ' . ,1',A1ll, 4,5 X. in X l. ,, .,,. , . ,f f.,, gy, fyyjgfw'q'7'4'fffwfzyyf4Vngf0, - f V - - ' - 4 if L Y if 2 FRIAESHMAN FOOTBALL SQUAD new Freshman Football Resume After a slow start, the 1928 Biddie machine wound up the season with as 7 to 6 victorvover the Florida Frosh in an exciting and colorful contest. g Probably the most important feature of this year's frosh squad is the amount of material developed for the 1929 varsity. The Skinner boys at tackle, Powell at end, and Brigham in the backfield, are all big, fast men who will have something to say when the roll is called for next vear's varsitv4 l ' DeVaughn, Rowland and Niles Blount have shown up Well in varsitylspring practice and will give someone a tough flgh'EVqfO1' line and backfleld positions. Page One Hundred Eighty-two . X V, l I l I 4 u l Miss SARA QUATTLEBAUM Sponsor Basketball BASKETBALL SPONSORS HSS M V Q - X v K . ' x-- ., g . i . e.. X K, k x r E 5 , I 5 r 1 i 1 . TOP: PRITCHARD, Guardg CHANDLER CCapt.j, Forwardg REMBERT CCapt-electj, Forward, NORMAN, Coach. BOTTOM: WOLF, Guard: WINDUS, Forward: WHITE, Center. Page One Hundred Eighty-six .1-'Mil 1. f I ,. 5 Y' 5 1 4 if 1,1 1 P .lr ff ,f X, Ui! .,l A4 :uf '5 1 177, if 11' fill if If A' ff. 5 I ' 7' , A ' -' M wx' y. 1 ' I 'TN A1322 WL! 1 'T Q. rw ll X, V! M55 . 31 xl, 'mr ,','I cl li? bl :I .QI .QI .Fl 2 I Orff? .G I 'KI , rx ' 'I If, fb 13' A.. 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K v, 'ig xf 4 . 1 l .I 1 ' h"'a1l ii -,. .,.k 51 :,. l1"WI l , lx ,.. llc fu' -:Q N'Yl ,c ,.... r - vw W .jus w 1 'B , m y l X I Il, l lr-ff' ,Q 1 ,g -7 ll,-, .af f x'5 11 . . an 'f it ,. 1.. 3 . .n-.1 I f .fi 1 . ,sis 'N "4 ,A 'tx nl Ex if N. ' x VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD A 3: E E Basketball Resume The Cramecock basketeers made their debut of the l929 season away from home. and dropped the first series of contests to Tennessee, Georgia and the Jewish Progressive Club of Atlanta. Returning home, the University quintet rounded into form and Presby- terian, Wolford and Clemson met defeat at the Field House. The Clemson game offered the best and most exciting game of the home series. On a trip to the "City by the Sea," the Birds broke even, losing to The Citadel, and Win- ning from the College of Charleston. The high mark of the North Carolina series came When the Gamecocks Won a brilliant victory over the Tar Heel basketeers at Chapel' Hill. The Birds suffered a reversal of form in the remaining home games and barely missed a chance to enter the annual tournament at Atlanta. Page One Hundred Eighty-eight l, f' rf v 1 gy! i ' 1, ,Kari I 4 I l L 5. 2. ag l 1 l l 11. ,f Y, nf ' .ml ' if! V211 ly, lift 1 rl' I Nj l fl l fx", ffl' ffifj 3. 1 iz' V xg , - .I :QQ , 'K - Lb". ull: LTA 1, Qxfy 5.72 ' 'J s Q1 ,f. VJ ,,.- l, I .ny .,,, Q gi' l f K' . 1 lf., l KJ . I i 'Pl l lfllj l eff-1 lf I Xl? ' Q59 Q KT? il? CJ be K3 if lj F11 .fix X.. ,xr -QQ? lb ,E KRW FAQ .LIL sh J fx. lj 2- 317: LJ' W rv' lyl l-, f . V21 ljgj .3 , 115 l liffl ll, ,A 'f 'l . lb- ll .Sf 12 ll' '-fry IJ J 4 X. ij hx J an li-9 51 1 wx: 52 EY .NJ lg, .xi -, -X 'l fill l , fl fl' ,rf Q irfil f :I rn ,J 5 ,,,x., 3 lflrfjgicxi N ,,.K, -. fx' 1 X . ' ff, x i in A 3. :Ulm 4 :Cd lhf 5 l':c1lPV' f fdffwfl . , :np tv 3-uf 'ln' .sf"f'-'KM an-rv 'nd 1 I -V " 3"5rf"?""" P -N sf, - -v - 4 -N - ..-..-s P H NNQN, Xlilsi-+R X 'wx v'iQvsg-XNQN'Nbiw1Q15os z . A .J THE FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SQUAD M Ee Freshman Basketball Resume The Biddies basketball team of l929 was 'no fledgling aggre- gation. Emerging from the shell of Coach Norman's tutelage, it developed into a smooth-working, well-organized team. With Citadel as the first collegiate opponent, they displayed their ability in floor work and sharp shooting, allowing The Citadel to score only two points in the first half, and finally defeating them by a heavy score, With the entire team working as a smooth unit, the Chicks swung into mid-season form, defeating Clemson and Citadel, and losing only to Furman and Clemson, in a return game. The whole team did excellent work, and shows great promise of varsity success next year, with such men as Powell, DeVaughn, Ritch and Floyd graduating from the Freshman ranks. Great things are expected from the members of this squad on future Gamecock teams. Page One Hundred Eighty-nine 4 l 4 47 A ,..,,,.....,.,... ., ,.,,, . .Y w 4 :I ' ' . h .3 ' A V we , 1 ,v..f,,ii w. "' ',f 2 xvx :J g Nw I U li., A Hi-4,,.' M-,. W xy .ie L. ,iq s.. ,, Ay. .iM.,. . , - . Vx il, 1 Q-4 if -X . . af r X f ,S lrxyfj-f, My A K M K K V i THE FIELD HOUSE The Field House F The Field House, one of the University's most recent acqui- sitions, has proved to be one of the most Valuable additions to the University plant. Not only is the Field House serving the Uni- versity, but also the people of the State, as was demonstrated at the last teachers' convention, when all sessions were held there-the only meeting place in Columbia that would accommodate the enor- mous crowd that was present. For the past two years all semi-final and final games in boys' and girls' high school basketball have been played in the Field House, and large crowds have assembled from all parts of the State to witness these contests, and incidentally to learn more about the University. p Page One Hundred Ninety S ,K , V.-,li "K '-.Y - ,IN Mfr-,,f'i,,,..-. , . ,A f"'l'i'i -ml .ww-wi' M' ri . f . lf " i,A,y,, V,-,. .,...,f,.x .X 4 fe, ,V ,A J art ,,,4,-M,A...:X.X , ,-f' X' 'V-,,'1..-fi Hx n f M- .i 1 .. V. ,J ,. f . X I - Y, ,NM,, ,J , . 1 K 7 MISS GRACE MCQDY l Sponsor Track I P MISS ELIZABETH HICKS Sponsor Track K Qi 3. 1 ,, 9 I 1 I 1 1 1 . i s 5 T f k 51 I 'Q xx I 4 A ,li ,X w v I , x 1 . , f TRACK SPONSORS , 1 6 l I l 's lg. 90 I' fide -5' X, S' If ,, ,W,q5'? K eh-,,lQff-I . mgpgzfffpf--'--W-M-We.-..,...m-,, f fi , r it L, ff , yl,gU,xY1,,-vrlilpgi'zaixrgc zfwfeii kipfvvf., ,yfk,'.fafjVfpr,v,, 2 ,. ,.,,-, Yg,f,.z,.f,, ,:. rf ,Q . - .- e ....,,,,.f..,,,, I -A. Track Resume ffl' The Gamecock track team got off to a poor start when the first meet Was dropped to Presbyterian, but gave some ,Worthy accounts of themselves in the contests to follow. S Taking on Davidson and North Carolina State Within two days, and in foreign territory, the South Carolinians lost both meets, but developed strength which enabled to defeat Furman at home by a Wide margin. At the State meet in Clinton, many records Were broken and the Gamecocks got their share When Zobel tied the State record on the 100-yard dash, and a new record was set for the shot put. if as if -iw as Page One Hundred Ninety-five I If 'X . 1, ,t V N, ,'- Y 1 XE f S Lmieji- L, 'X Alvu 'fkgx -N", X N, .xx f 4' f 1 N -. H ' 1 A, i X. f mg' V ,M W-' ,Y K. r x .j' 1 .x f K 'QW Q, f 'TH 2, 5 ' l Qx,fQ fl" X "Tm V L. x YZ Q 7' ' ' A 4 .mg V1 Q, X. 1. fy, , , w X 'ar- .V, 'Ti 'X F' ,fr ' 1? !'14 tm! bi- .fx 1 .9 'hr- .x' "nf O-L1 , h vp f 4. 1, Q, z. ,fl J I '.,? , x. ,,. max , kd' is .X ..f,,I .",:' Ning if- 1 5' .r - 4 W ' v' '31 J f M iv g'1.." - 1, Z1-3 vii i C: A. It '11-R , 1 . iw 9 U F- v- W YM It xx'f 1 J ,rn ,a-- 1 1 4 g,, ,r - 4 ,Q .1, .X y. 5,1 x l L TOP: WOLF' Weltghfsf ROGERS CCUPYJ, Pole Vault: POSTER, High Jump. MCFADDEN, Coach BOTTOM: EPPS, Quarter-mile: GRIFFIN, Jaueling GREEN, Mile. Page One Hundred Ninety-six I V Y 1 Yr xlfr "y1'w,fw.X r 1,-.5 915:-Jil? 'V . O'AV-"l5i,7Aiylf5x"3,K4tip!!! :HJ " X L" .5 A fn 4' Vic 1' ggi, I Q 4 1 ,,v , 1 ' x 5 ff I. ,I Q-f. 7 ', V? , f E . i 4, Vkf I fr F ff , f 043 , If . H- 1 1 , , 4 '- 1 4 'Q 2 :FZ if. 2 Q. W . 51? , K" Wyfv' I., f 05 fri IXEI, V4 yay! HCT 62? VA? , X4 fax Ifxn V2.1 1 .J Ylfi E35 MTX N: ,Q w 4-fpf 1,2 f il, Mx 417,35 e 3, ' ,l env V' N -.4 lfjlsy z ,CHA Ui 5 X 1. .gn H7236 inn F223 !xf.v 5, g...A s'?'Ff gf.-F MENS E LLP 11.35. I 'M it 2 5' xi' we mf' 1.3, QM f'-f-A E 'lf ll! MU !'f.iQ infix 5 N :Jw 71 EV QT if izlsyi I g 5 :ff idw r P ,yi V, 157 'f mv ' LUAQJYE 1 , MA A - x -., -s 1,- r A. 4 . 1 'T E wr 5 . --' . ,. W - .m?,1-151.5 If in v' 1" U3 V Ap 1 . bf V-ilk-x4f,jgf:f , mv? Fvvwl , 1 ' K ' ,472 --2'T..,1,J'1,J , fl ,ii-,lk N -. f . 3- r' I f A A f 1 Y f I x 2, ,, N F I X 1 1 TOP: ZOBEL, Dashesg FARR, Discus: RUBENSTEIN, Dashesg GASQUE, Manager. BOTTOM: GRIMSLEY, Mile: REMBERT, High Jump: WILLIAMS, Quarter-mile. Page One Hundred Ninety-seven -1. 1' I I 1' W Q. I n E Q n 1 fe? it , Q X , f 5' if A, MISS HARRIET BAKER Sponsor Baseball BASEBALL SPQNSORS nm 1 , - k , Y . 1 n . - N-QS 'fs-A TOP: l.MmR. S.-mm! liusvf SWINK LCupt.5. Catcher: STODDARD QCapI. 19295, Pitcher. LAVAL, Coach BOTTOM: XVIMBERLY, Third Base: CLARK, Shortstopg ADAMS, OutHeld. Page Two Humirvd Two K X . . . F 5 1 Tl E 3 1 v 1 3 1 fi Na .y 'v .fl 57 T 5, if T 7 132 Q. 1.0.5 sig ,. fm K . I 'W 9 I -zu '7 wrt V Wx ,N ,, i 78 n , 1 "H f, ,H gm '. ,n-,1 1, ... J i'v 'X' -. , . .jx 1 3 ,. I. iii Tvs - , W si 1 'TX E Q A FR 'w A hi .W 'li Ti li I 1 ij P Y tj I :D f .J 1 45 ,A 4 hi C iq ,I X 'N ,JF In tx H2 1 , X, .- V Shi 549' lui? fi? i2l', 1 . f L, 'W gh, my "if, fi: up W, ,W ' v, ,f QL' ,pi Q Q3-,, 5' 65 ts? 1 f' 222 aff 1 Lf 2 mf 5,321 ff L Z2 ff ggrgii I F fi? Eva? 'JMC ' 4: a .x"1' ". L... v 4. -1 W 'r ,.1,, yg Q'f+'Q"ff gui' Li 524 I V "' ge. k 1 , 4 u ' v . "' if .,- .:?'fi,f".f 1 QV ss? I . f,1,i 1.3 'Ir L. s W, 7-, , 'z J I ,J Y. Q.. W. Q T. v Q. N A , Q. 1 , Q , 1 P . v ,li .S LJ' ff' ,. 9 ,S I, 1, -aw ,Wx I A . ,., --"1 I--.1 S r, , , M! 4 I wk 4 X V ! ,Hz Q LJ, ,J xfl E r, -. 1? f 1 1 A2. i 4 w E J, if -C f 4 ,.. ,fl I fi C Q 2 I ,, tl A 1 , 4 7 i I 5 4' 1 I r C 1 Q 's lfgfie ,A .., ll , lv K4 -..,......--......,.......,....w...,.,,.,,. www 6 +4fjV'j2 5-."l.f!f' Gi' 1-xx.f,x' .xqfxff ,. MN, X- , .f x , ,. .,'s, , V Vx -,M NH, ,-., -.fs .rf A' A 1 " 4 lr, 1 L fue' , Qual Y ".jY!f'h"jx'ff'-J"1R'f N Y. V . -Q .f. ,k,,fnW,,. .'.W,. V TOP: IIARR, Oulliclcli SALLLQY, Ounivldp GODSHALL, Pitcherg DAVIS, Manager. BO' l" l'OM: Wmnus, lfirsz Busan R1GG1Ns, Pitcher: CHANDLER, Ourfield. Page Two Hundred Three . 6, ,k'41-E H'-' Q5 ij nf' J ' .1 ' I - x' , ,I 1 - " - ., f , ' 1 ,fx ' ff x r, ,gkafl 'f .1vfh'f',Vif+,jyI x T , I7ky,j, f ng-4 , ,Q j 1 .- '- . "" V 4 , .- gfjj.17,,", ' A. , i ,. - W,-:.N'f ', '.i1"',7 vgxZ,A" - - - Q- -. . sq .r - :..M-'wx?wf4,:':'w ' 2" , X 1 z h I V 1. , 3 f. fr-fy' 2,1 , 'Q''ff3.5.:2eHf,,4ygjg.1t4p.,g'-ze"15ifi y,?ff1 ..'f. jg ' ' U x - .. :z-,-,w-.vx..+, --'H ' "- -XP --Vvwrgl '-rum' f - , X L' -4 y-...af wh. , Y , 5, .4 ,l 3 ., , ,Q ,fgvllf fix'-tt.: .M ..,p,,, M.- 1. W, , 'u N,,f ,,,f'L 71 ., .. , -,..f.-a-',:'Ae1it.'.E?.93'4v:3'i1?'un.5"-eifv-..f.'-'L'..f....-"'v.H-'Q-1.'i?fi...K5'ii . ' '11 If M., 4 ,AWC17 TOP: SMITH. Calclvvr: COOPER. Slwrrstopz RITCH. Pitcher. BO'I"l'OM1 Cox'1NQ1'oN. Pm-hvrp RICELRATH, Third Base: SANDERS, Pircher. age 'I4u.'u Hundred Four V25 9 Jx M uf N id 3 5 ri avi 'lvx M .flr W an W ,J I we fm -., rf, A. ky 7 i ,. 45 3' ,S IZA! ju 1-N 'lf 7' l,:'Vv W J .1 PM 'X I9 W 54 . 7. W 1' 5' n I 7. 43 ' v- -71' -5 ,V KJ .. QA .pl ZX 5 l'A',l vx, 1,575 s ,4 I. M V71 Uk ,, . ,w HN ,'.. f,.1 Q4 m 1 TW ix fT J' ,, . Z, WX fi Zi in 'K N D Q GX 5,- , . kl.x XJ D9 F' , 1 , K .4 1. 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X? lv A ., 1 , ,. ,l V VARSITY BASEBALL SQUAD 4 5, 'f li il, , s x gy., tif! R s. , 1 5 gm i mul so Baseball Resume A ALA lf ff l l 2 wk A'AL if l 2- L, a 2 3,3 Led by Captain Svvink, a mainstay on the receiving end, the x' Q I ,Hari I 1929 team held its own in the home contests but Were hard hit in l.'v r Xi their foreign invasions. E- xlff, A-xxx-A5 If L if Q ll Maryland was an easy mark, but the best the Gamecocks could , , . , V ., - x Q, do With the Alabama Poly boys Was an even breakin the series. Avss :R Q V if k 4 ,w ri .A Furman lost to the Birds on the University field, and Clemson and l 1 'V . 5 , 5 A Presbyterian followed suit. f ,I , Q 5 1 The team next year will be minus the services of such veteran Q,-' it wk l - xx H I I - xx H ' s stars as Red Swink, Jimmie Farr, Red Adams, Scott and Billy ,jj Lamar. A Q ' ,f in, E .1 g Page Two Hundred Five QQ ll E 5 R r f A , iviiwjmiw ' ,a -C 'V' SC' FY 5 ' sniff V?" 'iff T' WH. 3 'I ei, kl.""f 1 -Af'.'+'iif'.l?y Vf'.f"'XQ'lYJf'in 1,-1,11 :I dllivx-,vf-!v,Ax.f',fiff, ' gcX'l,X fxht-3 9Q,42Xitf:3ly,'E'-1551! 'HEMI .VME ,H LjL,lx:. LZ! 11.21, J I li if VX? F 2 S- .fi ,i.,."l,Mi5,f is jisr'.'tE,i'- ff! . if-,fix-Q'-1"-,A K" 'Civil ' ' E ' K ' "1 "" H71 IL' 5. 'K K Y Baseball Forecast C Sf: With a regiment of prospective material drafted from the ranks of the l928 freshman team, Coach Laval will have little trouble in plugging the gaps left vacant When a number of diamond stars Wind up their careers at the University. V At present, Crip Rhame is holding down Billy Lamar's post at second base, and Donelan and Smith are Worthy successors to "Red" Swink behind the bat. Hap Edens is performing -Well at short and Adams and Farr's positions are Well cared for by Davis and Smith. Captain Bob Stoddard is near the top among the twirlers in the state and with assistance on the mound from such men as Rig- gins, Hugh Stoddard and Rav Edwards, the Gamecocks should have little trouble in heading the list of baseball nines in the state. ag as ,513 is 4 w e, Page Two Humircil' Six . ,B. x ' " -,' x X N L , sl. ,. .ll ', -. ' . - '. fl V. N Y""Y" ' -f - ' 1 x' f - ' f-,,- , .. , - B' ' ' "' -lx f X ' 3'5" Ji" 'Y ' -'-ii' .,"x"- -Xa." 'iii -- fr- -r 'lik 'N l ' K3 'll ' fb- " ' :ll "' "f1wif'H at ,ilfwff . U1 -A ,V .-f 'ra A J ,.,---'F L T 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. . 1 'I eect as . i 'fi a .T - f sf' 1 'E 'Q f x I MN' ttf, ' JN' We ' :'l'f. if rl".i2!K:ll'c YEVQY ' T .', v W v M ,.9e,v.:4 J1'CgQ,r.,1LCr 5" ,Ll 12,147 Nfl, Gul" VQXJ Cl i ,Qi ii Y G N' i f J" 'P UCL gig Aix? 7. X' ., .pf J' ku? Ze L--Q 1' 3.2 S13 v 7 . ' 'Q .52 9' ,iz 2? "v ,Q -C its nf WK' or Fir' xii? 2.31119 1 235 C.:"..'1 '25 x?fy 'Q 'PQ iff, "J sq. W8 5731 gi, V -22' f 5-iq. 225 2125 5,51 ' t if? " ., 22. .png Ji .NJ ' .. Q lg W W., ig CUE' K i i , A Q A x t g , I . , 9. 1-1 . .5,s.:1- .aaa LK k"a"o:Sn IWW! XV, P .. 'Sie Canis, THE BOXING TEAM 5.9 ie W Clan: i ,fy ' a-V Yi 'Vi gf Boxing Resume - un L-J' ' ' bfi, 975 . . . . . - 5'- Boxing came into its own as a major sport last year. Starting with a eg? , , . . . K-my schedule ol five meets, the Gamecocks opened the season with a decisive win over P. C. In the next match North Carolina. last year's champions, barely . I I eked out a win over the Gamecocks by the score of 4 to 3. The last three xr - I . . . . . . , my 0-33 meets ol the season resulted in victories over Clemson, Citadel and Cieorgia. 'W f:"W , . , , XV1th a successful season in dual meets behind them. the team for the first G31 time entered the Southern Conference Tourney at Charlottesville, and made an A -J enviable showing. Harry XVolf returned with the heavyweight championship, 5,3 gig while the boxers in other divisions made a remarkable showing against strong A 1 77: QF: opponents. Si H - - - 95' C.-X, lhe team is looking forward to an even more successful season next year. .iz- Bit fxxfxw IC.: Iitltlt' Tivo Hundred Eight qv N 5 A V ,VN 5 Q A rv , , , ,Y ., fr fs,,1.1cPY0i:TgS ,--'.'7'r"1 ' f-'g'f."." . '. X rfxbtf' . '. ty,"'tw""?"9'wi"'ryef":ft',f5t'p as YQ c, . ,I 5 ,J og: lxtjf' A :!wilA.f,',xv l u I 1 tif' Z if 9' su lf Z lg' Z ly 2 lil' 'P 4. W." B' A. lan 7. P 1 B' Al l Zi' 9' ii? 9 QI li: 'P i B' 4. tg it lo -P el l all P ii- B' lsr 11. 9 ,S i 7: GI 5 12'- fs 1 6 , li' O 9 E. I ti, 55 I l 1: i 9' if- l 5' lil f C 51 l , til. 7 v 9- ig: AAaif 2 ' 7 y e . i Q N N, "4 H7 W T 'J Q1 . , 2, 'Lil ,Yi 'gg H1 :A .VW .ik my X his 1 Hit AJ 'rg I 'Ll lg 3 fin . f up 5:9 f4 l -n .ity H6 Tix 'I 114 L Ll H, x .u X2 I u W M . 14 54+ 9 16 I 4 'a rf: ll 114+ M . '7 I gl.: 14 , . 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The PQ' . 1 f':'f Garnet and Black has suffered only one defeat since it entered the 4221! - . - W3 E31 fencing field, That Was at the hands of'North Carolina this year. QQ J .5 Carolina, however, Was victorious over the Tar Heels tWo years ago. In all, Carolina fencers have an enviable record. Wi .gf fill' Page Two Hundred Nine W 'Iver .1 .4 " -X , U 4 4 ' r I 1 M I r -4 -H. HA H -H U ' ,A ,h M. If Yi.. ,ng Nw,-gf Qi' :aizfie iw.-Z v Pac. fx1..w.:,' N Y. -12 ,iiifg 3fggf5f?f4fff..1,.f., t:,,r.,.i ,,r....s,,r.,sxAf2..df3??ml1,.maihvf.+r?faQf?Wgxlf1vflm91il15a9fifsfeSl J ' D. V n 'f .T K. A U n J ' 7. 4. l It , - - f--f H 'Ha --ff -2' L ' ' T -r""' W, ,,,- fd- -, H ,,', ' " ' ' " ., - T rf -- f '- ff 1 - 'v f Th'-4 of or e aiiefir14j2,Y T f if of T fe' 1' 'M T? ' il ii r1V swf :Wk Vallkv rW!MV:'lkVi9VolV 'Y S Q 'I ' ' six if Tri 7 ff? 'B Z -.lf ' 'Tlx i 'Q -Xhf V Swv :Wav :Ay-YAE4 . 'sz' c fn. ' 'If 'Q t ,' ' , fwl' fr, jklffiv Ch X P VA- R x in n- I , li' - TF' B' 155 'Fl 9' Q. g 4. 9- ' I far lint ? egg ff li." T " 5' 451' Q 9? To A 32-l Ti T it 'P 5 f i 25, if . 4 55.4, ' tg' s- u 4 as 7' v fa fri, 'eip iw ib- " 'ey T S" Mb-T as rs 35 l 'P' 5' l S." lv V . in: ,- v. f- , , 4' THE GYM TEAM 92 'Q ,Q 2' Q5 ':x'U x'f- fek .3 3' Qi lg' Gymnastic Team -5- -5 Advanced work on the mats and bars should be of a very high S.. calibre this spring. Though it will be diflicult to Hll the places left gg, . . Qi 3. vacant by the graduation of Lynn, Sox and Johnson there 1S eXcel- 3.3! gy lent material in Berkowitz, Tucker and Hicks. This assures keen Vg, lg . . if ei competition for the three medals that W1ll be presented after the Hnal 'JI exhibition. l-:se -6 ' 5: 5 r '27 1? ly. 9? ff is' 'ir 5? 5 6' -s' 451 we 1 fly' 0? LIC' Pugh' TLUO Hlllldrvd TU? h ,Sip , 4, A, iibilyi-3, xr-Xxx n,-W X , ,-Y ,i ,v,X .h X -xy X yu Rx N, my 'k-1 T :gf 1 Z ' fl. if, if 5' T, .ci ii: isxxif K.-iYi:l'4e.T ff I ,A . 3' .ff ' ff' " Jr. 'Y' Li fi. "in - -LY i A 701 Z: Ur- e'lU4's'e as if' f A cure P Fi 1 n . nn g 5 gh rl- ul -f A . 5 SF? Q 0113 l mir WJ 53 C ing l ' 'S Sky 'Q 1. 'LN w',5',l kj 3 Q YU 34' 35: 24 f 4 1 Y Wi -- xv I 4 v4 fl, my .4 .jj 11' '51 iff' H27 fd sly 1 4 mi 4 f r ', .T 2 ay YH ff' 'E H P4 ri ri 5 H f-1 if gb! 1" Ja, . . ,.,: 5 w,v,,,.vx,q,.,,,f.K XVNVJ.. . ,.l4A,1'lwlQ.uslfUix -.XumlfjLff,:'.l. 27 x. '- we V .1 '- 1, - - V .' I .,'N, f',,lx, 1' Lxh,-'..wl4.A,'-', ,qqlg-fit? X .Fez -.M vi l 3 . Pifkiss-X K Mifeifxl X.'.'L ,.'.,: .,..s,,,mc,,,A K ,.M.Qh!,,Q , ,, THE SWIMMING TEAM X Swimming SHOLENBERGER, J. W., Capfalln BULL GILLAND ELLIOTT, W. W., II HAMMOND FOWLES PRITCHARD GASQUE VERNER, J. S. This year marked the inauguration of swimming as an oflicially recognized intercollegiate sport at the University of South Carolina. The team only had two meets, both with Clemson, winning the meet here and losing a return meet at Clemson. Only two members of this year's team graduate and with a wealth of freshman material becoming eligible, all indications point to a highly successful team for next season. Page Two Hundred Eleven 5 j 1 f f 1' 573 I 1 1 1 - ,,, M.-au., , R, .,. J"!"""'-wg . 1 1 1.111 'Wk' ' ' 2 . l 1' C ,i'1 i'i.'g-A K - , 1 B . ' 1 . K : ' 1 L L 5 . I f 1 " Q I I - I 1 ,J -, .eafiffsafis,.4L,ae.,,,ae5f,,1?,.:1 g.11.4z,:,.M , f , , , -,,,,,s,,,e.,,...i.,.,e,.,.,, , -V . 1 , ,f....M.,... ,,,,f... -..., .,4a..e.,..,.,,.Mh.h..,. M 1 " ' 1 1 fm, 2 4 , MW 1 g X M V, f 1 W fig, , . 1 1 Z' 'V M gg,,,a" ,, ff g . , , V, , . 1 1. Z 1 1 E, . if If 1 ig' 1 'X W ' .f ,f 2 Q 1 JW f H Z H ' ,M ,W f ' 1 1 1 i 1 1 ' i ' cc 11 1 1 Z 15 11 11 1, - 11 r ll 1, , 1' , 1 , u 1 ,1 1 1 '1 1 1 Q 1' I 11 1. l 1 1. . '. 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 I . 1 ' . 1 1 1 N41 1 ' -v 1 1 1 1' 9.3 - 1 1 ' -I 111 1 1,1 1 1 1 1 , TENNIS TEAM 1 1 1 ' 1 1 f' g, 1' i 1 Q 1 OULLA, KETCHIN, CAPTAIN O. D. BLACK, POWLES, Manager 1 1 l 11 11 1 , 1 1. 99,23 X11 1 , 1. " Q1 6 1' ,, , 1 1 ' 111 Tennis 11 , ,ll . 11 1 1 1 . Although missing the last year's captain and South Carolina 1 collegiate singles champion, "Heinie" Pair, the remainder of the 5 l928 team is back and in good form. XVith these three and others 1 such as "Chick" Foster, Leslie Ramsden and Dan Browne, the best 3 1 . E 2 tennis team Carolina has had should be in action before THE GAR- 1 1 1 1 g Nlfl' AND BLACK is out. Matches are now scheduled with Wofford, 1 Citadel. Clemson. and Furman. and the State Meet is to be held i, May 8. 9. and 10. 1929. cn , C or 'f-1 lain' Iwo Hum1'rc1i I lL't'fL'U 5 . I 1w,f.e?.,'N , 1 1 I A 'ix 14? V .sid ,1 fa' , 91? 111:25 1, .49 ,J 1 fg- ,Cp q fel I I f N - -W . 1, 4.1 2. 'ky 1,9 ll 'DN Ki' F1 U9 -1' 'CN , 1 1 18 .9 ,1 .V if 1, 'ffx fi 1 T' X T fn fu 713 E.. 11 'QQ Q 5- 311 54' 1'-,Q 1-"1-1 W1- 115' Nr if' Q: E1 1. lj iff -ffl! , XL' f 1, uf' gif", Li- Q 1 1 c' Xl , F 'f' j.,--1, Q, l'r'H' C 1 -1 NF K 1F- Xt ,- ,-.rc lv.: 1, '-LX' "K1 kr . 'ul . ' .L 1, .C ' K.. .X :JC ' in-if ,4 IK' 21.7 L 51, 857 if 5. T1 1-'32 3 lift 5,21 A i' f fx: -' 1 ef- .4l'.tXj P. ,Sf sc, ,f' ':'lC'1 t ,. 17191 1.0, 1 H l1'.o'1 ..- Ai! FK? , , . , .7 n X1 . c, , I ,gg-1-n1'3"-' 1 'V 13: 's kg w 1 ' ,E .fx mf 1 i 4 . I 1 o 1 kr X Q-fl B f MISS HELITN SHAND Sponsor GLlI'l7l1I um! Black Ed1.lOI'l'f1l Staff Mlss MILDRED HARTNESS Sponsor Garnet and Black Business Staff NIISS CAROLINE HEYMAN Sponsor Garner cmd Black Advertising Staff gumfmw . ,yy ary' magmtg sirlfxi i Ykyiitw-, 'H'--fkvwwxuxf, 'K"'5""'19'vv.'sx1. x1oxQY'lKgxkgm.ti-X1 X Y5"5Lz,:x:'Nkr9yw.4s- - - " , GA IMSLEY . , ' MRS' II3IackDxPhofOQfaphlC Stag Sponsor Gamer U Miss IRNA LEWIS Sponsor Gurncz and Black Associates Staff 'O rg. Os ol lil IU IO 990 Ol I 4 Yi nf i?iEY'tiIiIvfsl If?T I I If t 'Y lv ,H -1 1929 Garnet and Black Staff EDITORIAL WII.LIAM ALEXANDER BRUNSON, III ...... ........ E ditor-in-Chief WILLIAM RALPH LEWIS. . . ROBERT WAUCHOPE ..,.., CHARLIE CANTZON FOSTER WILLIAM WAIGHT ELLIOTT CECIL DOUGLAS MCDANIEL JAMES HENRY POWLES, JR.. BERT FREDERICK KARICK. . ALICE ANN MIKELL ....,. EDWARD POWER ROGERS. . . JAMES DRUEUS GRIFFIN. . . BUSINESS CHARLES KENNETH GRIMSLEY. . . HERMAN SYDNEY HEYMAN. GRIEEITH THOMPSON PUGH ROBERT HITT SPARKS ..... BLAND HAMMOND ........ BANNIE LAEON STEWART. , ART MARGARET ROBERTSON AYCOCK ..... MARY B. TAYLOR ........ MARGARET JORDAN LYON. . MARGARET GEIGER .,..... LEWIS WEST ............ MARIE FLORIDE STODDARD. EMILY FOWLES .......... MARY CUTTINO .......... MCPHERSON GREGORY ELLIOTT, JR.. . . ROBERT COGGESHALL ..... WII.SON TAYLOR ..,. . . .Senior Associate Editor . . .Junior Associate Editor . . . . . . . .Senior Editor ............LauJ Editor . . . . . . . .Fraternity Editor Assistant Fraternity Editor . . , . . . . . .Literary Editor . . .Literary Editor . , .Athletic Editor . . . . .Business Manager . . .Photographic Editor . . . .Advertising Manager . . .Business Assistant . . .Business Assistant . . .Business Assistant . . .Snapshot Editor . . .Art Editor . . .Art Staff . . .Art Staff . . .Att Stahf . . .Art Staff . . .Art Staff . . .Art Staff . . .Art Stat? . . .Att Staff . . .Art Staff . . .Art Staff CO-ED ROSALIE TURNER. . . ....... . .Co-Ed Editor SARAH BOWLES .... . - .SOfOfify Editor GERTRUDE RIGBY. . . . . .Athletic Editor Page Two Hundred Twenty-one af ff. J 154 QI U guy 4 iv St ,v,N n 'ij iff? 'fin E ,D .Ly SFI 15 an 'L QD, ii 'L ,. - S' 'Q .,'2. 'LS S 'Q' ff":. 22 s --1 I9 Q .0 EJ ii? 3.-at GV 321 6 'K-51' ILS P' 55? .Q- S H-31 1 "-C SSD iff, ..-11 21,6 1 L" '4 Sf.. ' K '.-1 .I 1. 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Second Term RALPH LEWIS.. . ..................... . . . . .Edztor 13-gh LONNIE A. GARVIN, Business Manager gil if Q 1124 Page Two Hundred Twenty-seven . . , . e , - , , Nw , N as E LM :sa ucy 7.x-55kyAxi3fXf m Jie! L VV . W-mmiswiff i AX f ' N G 'ff ' ' ' ' 5 - 1 ng. . F Q5 1 gif N - H 'II D ,Al S5 ii? ,ny opnrf . N'X fg .U ,VJ '25 Cglxzfj 212' '25 J. .. 'Ay .fb 'LFW3 .35 Q. .M cf., ..,g',3 61 If QQ? 5. 3 hy Gi-4 'B .- 3. GT ' mx 'PTS ff 4. ,,1 1-be G13- : -:ig f'l,.'p .5 .Q NX ju - 1. 1. .jg I.. 1- W sf-:Q .5 A- vi! yank. 0 S0 .Eff K1-2 An A U .Tru -XY l' . 1 .F 3 x Ktl' ' X. A .frm Q .- Q N. .., K., X Ja .N-Q f. .4,. P-4' .f -1- 4 Xlzx tg, 1-1. IY.Vf -c Qv .. S I- '.,'. , Q T K. .' K I, . . U V .xx 1 1 K - 1 .. til, X.. K f., .Y 5 . lx .1 1 .A --ug. . xi. ,ml R, .'.,. x .ax ' -rg X. 1 ' Ill I '1 i . ! .K-I l .1 Q . i A- w -Q I ' ' . I NIISS LILLIE MAE GARNER, Sponsor 5 1 I i K ., Z at I. Q, .., 51' X 11' fxfl, 's K' ff, 1 .t,, 111' 1... 1. 7' x. 1. l'.,x "- 1 'x'1 ', -Q. 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LIPSCOMB WILLIANI G. BELSER WILLIAM CHARLES MCCALL G--Y FRANCIS WRIGHT BRADLEY GEORGE MCCUTCHEN WILLIAM B. BURNEY JOSEPH MEANS MCFADDEN 5,35 ASHMEAD C. CARSON JAMES RION MCKISSICK Q45 WASHINGTON A. CLARK JOHN JOSEPH MCMAHAN Ii,-ji JAMES P. COATES PITZ HUGH MCMASTER E. C. COKER MORRIS MARCUS Chgki J. BRUCE COLEMAN JOSIAH MORSE 533 VERNON COOK IDA SALLEY REAMER HENRY CAMPBELL DAVIS EDWIN G. SEIBELS C5-II, IRENE DILLARD YATES SNOWDEN .gig DAVISON MCD. DOUGLAS JAMES A. STODDARD Iylii HARRY N. EDMUNDS JOHN ELDRED SWEARINGEN If-.Q WILLIANI TALLEY ELLIOTT CAROLINE VOIGT MARY ELIZABETH GRAYDON PATTERSON WARDLAW MIRIAM ROBERTA GREEVER VIRGINIA WAIICIIOEE JAMES HICKS CHARLES COKER WILSON :Q ASSOCIATE CHARTER MEMBERS Fifi., -1-Wg: THOMAS FAUNTLEROY BALI. REED SMITH . SW NVILLIAM SPLENSER CURRELL. STEPHEN TABER FEE JQAMES NELSON PRIERSON PERRY MCKEE TEEIJLE EDWIN LUTHER GREEN GEORGE A, WAUCHQN5 Vffl OSCAR LOVIEL1. KEITH WILLARD A. 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ARTHUR MEDLOCK I " rl RICE SMITH ESTES FRANCIS GROVER MORGAN DAVID ETHAN FRIERSON RICHARD R. PANEBIANCO If-Q, CARRIE NELL GOEE JULIAN WADSWORTH SHIELDS MARY VIRGINIA GREEVER MYRL FRANCES VAUGHN ANNE KING GREGORY ISABEL WATKINS Ya- ROBERT HAYNE HODGES JAMES D. WHITEHEAD 2156 ff? CLASS OF 1929 f ELIZABETH CLARK JONES LUCY CATHERINE COLE MARGARET C. WITHERS WILLIAM M. QUATTLEBAUM 5971+ RUTH DIGBY HOPE TERESA REID JOHNSTON WILLIAM PEDEN WAMER MARIE EDWARDS HAZEL CRANE ROBERT WILLIAM MOIRRISON CHARLIE CANTZON FOSTER RAYMOND WILLIAMS DOBSON fag, ELIZABETH DACUS GAINES JOHN STEELE BRICE CLAUD T. SULLIVAN GEORGE PREHER WATSON 25379 ANN CARLAT WELLWOOD ROBERT JAMES STODDARD FENELGN DEVERE SMITH GRACE CAMERON SWEENY MARY LEE HUTCHINSON JENNIE LE EPPS 55513 HARRIET KERSHAW BAKER ALUMNI ISAAC NEWTON EDWARDS R. BEVERLEY HERBERT PAUL G. MOIOREHEAD GEORGE JAMES WILDS HONORARY STANHOPE SAMS FACULTY G.:- WELERIDTH CALCOTT G. 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SEIBELS JULIUS TAYLOR ACTIVE MEMBERS W. C. BOYD VJ. A. BRUNSON, Vice-Pres. T. F. BALL CHRISTIE BENET XVALTER CHANDLER JOHN A. CHASE, JR WM. COOPER E. C. COKER J. O. DERRICK W. W. ELLIOTT, II JAMES S. PARR, JR. CHARLIE C. FOSTER, Secretary PRATT GASQUE, Treasurer J. D. GRIFFIN JAMES HICKS W. C. GREGORY R. B. HILDEBRAND BERT F. KARICK W. R. LEWIS DOUGLAS MOKAY J. RION MCKISSICK P. B. MIKELL W. S. NELSON W. S. PARRISH E. K. PRITGHARD, President E. P. ROGERS ROBERT J. STODDARD H. C. WOLP Page Two Hundred Thirty-Eve x I VJ-Ll' f ' U4 iii? 5 1-1 E-'Q X114 ,fag ., - 65 411- w' f A .X :Q ...X- -I .. it J 4.f 244' Ir.. S-C' I H 'L UIQ I .N ci' U.- 'f kr" Q Q ,I- N A QL "J A I L., , . 5135 -X' I- -4- 'I .xx 5. U K.. ...Z +f"1:' 1, If xr E4 ff-f," f 54 ffifix ru I L, 62.3 G C . .ff fi If If-1- ., -, Qkif if 93 .W 43 inf' rf' 3 Y? I Sf. ,Q .N if fl ?"!-if JYUX 342, 5' 'Pda 93 .LLL Q. bd, 1' . C- 'Ast' Aw, P151 rf"fD IS? if r jg - I in a..., I". ff. 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WILMONT JACOBS. . . JAMES S. FARR. . . Cf r""b' C' In- A ,f 3 V5 I"Sf' JU, I, - ,..,f -4 II- C x' AW 3. V UE We ..- 2:3 Wi if UC'-v ' ff? f. Ik., 31? E-C II.. 1- ,N ,r, .x A ,, lax' V, I' A-,L N. 'I G ,mv Q ,f .".ff Mn.-Q 4 als? Gig I -I --M' . I I l I i I If its . .ri- iff, REPRESENTATIVES if . , EUC' . ...Sigma Alpha Epszlon jig . . . . . . .Kappa Sigma A . . .Kappa Alpha I . , .Phi Beta Delta QL? 5 . . .Phi Epsilon Pi g . .Phi Kappa Sigma I . . .Pi Kappa Phi 'Q . . . . .Phi Pi Phi' QQ I f-1-I . . . Pi Kappa Alpha iff? 5 ........Sigma Nu A . .Alpha Tau Omega f.,j I . . . .Phi Sigma Kappa A K , , . . . . .Delta Club L . . .Hercules Club A . . .Kismet Club 'F f 357 . filzfui A 2--ef.. f 1731? - yffsef' I 1 1 ii ' I Page Two Hundred Fifty-three A C vm ,,g, I ..... - A A A TC I 5 i I Q , 'Sri ,jx G1n':'!X.-," xr 4.51"' wxizf 5' Ef My-lf, vi l,f-TQMI ' I 2 X x V 'L xg 'Ml 5 Xu A ,gfkw Ewx Jvx VL' Mil I 1 1 ' j 'E X Q Ijvcl XV! 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THORNTON P. C. DREXEL D. K. LYBRAND W. D. TINSLEY . C. R. DUNBAR R. T. MAHER J. S. VERNER, JR. 5,5 R. W. EDGERTON J. I. MCCAEE - L. WALKER. JR. W. C. EHRHARDT W. J. MCLEOD, JR. B. W. WHITE A W. W. ELLIOTT C. W. MCTEER E. L. WILLCOX R. Y. FUNCHESS M. MOISE H. L. WILLCOX .Ei A L. A. GARVIN V. E. NESMITH J. K. WILLIAMS .T P. B. GRIER J. F. PARK F. W. WOOD . .r-.wl ff. Page Two Hundeed Ninety-nine - 4 rl W-r', Ju C! 'Xkf1ilk'3FXL14X'?,4Yf'lfVw ' !U'.JvCpWAVt5A?WwAtP1ALxE X S ...,..,-..w ..-...-Q.. ... E 1 ,V ' S V.. 1.. .. 1 1. H' .V 'I' 0.1-'I Y' "e1YfSt,'f1YQf, faiifii' .waY1:fraYL-1'rm-i',ff1YL-izxtiiff? A ' ' x -x .V . A Q 1 el, . 4 Y . -Ss- gf JPLN 22 S ,GK J" X25 Y 'Els 4 W f :TQ . ' 4 Q-U Ji' i Tw 'Q Fil 'x 'v H2 i -E515 ' 'ff eg. 4' Q, lil YL lryfk 15+ S iff? 'Q' .Q . N W' :P . 'Y-Lrg .S . . Sjhrffy 0129 VT- 32 62. Cl ' h' S ar1oSop 1C ponsors i "2"Q C , ' MRS. Wy W. CARMICI-IAEL ' . . . "O MISS EVELYN GADDY MISS LILLIAN BRUCE rl 'x 214' 1 K 'Fi Qi 24' I . 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FTW QM ss - -. .VU I I 2 I I JQIQ 7.15. .A 1. f -A ie . ,- fg . I ... .Il . L ...'IYI.f..:IY.Q'gvIYGBI!Q1LQ!Q3VI:fiEUe1'IMilvfghd' A 'W 0,5 J L' ' 'xi .-xfiziry er 45... -P 'if' Iii' Q N 'if A P . .ia GI bl 210 'P . , G5 xii -,aw "MXN I 0 U Q EI: Clar1OsOph1C Llterary SOC1Cty Pig OFFICERS Qi FIRST TERM V'-.3 E. H. CARMICHAEL .. ....A......... ....., P resident J, D, GRIFFIN , , , . . .Vice-President QQ! H. B. STEVENSON . .....--- Cfflflf if BERT KARICK .... . . .Secretary C, L, SCQTT ',,. ....... T reasurer I J. R, ANDERSON N ........ RECOFCIQI' Y. S, WILLIAMS . . ..........,... . - ISHFQQUHI-af-Arms SECOND TERM 1 H. B. STEVENSON .. ..,. ......... ...... P f eslldenr W, S' IDARRISH , 1 . . . .Vice-PreszderTt 'ja. I B. L. STEWART .. '---'-- CUM ALR-5 . . .S tar W. W. JONES . . Tecfeureli I4 J.L.MOss ...... fm E .3 SHERWOOD SMITH ' .......... Recorder I I J. PAUL WRIGHT , ............. . . .Sergeflfff-Uf-AWS I I I I THIRD TERM A Q W. S. PARRISH . . . ............. . F. . .Presedent L ROY LISTER ..... . . .Vzce-Preigdejf ' lyhvl. ........ l'lflC I J. B. CULBERTSON. .. "" Yqecffliig O. D. COLLINS .... """' I5 eauffder G' KNIGHT .......... ECO . E L FARMER I ' . . .Sergeant-at-Arms -A ' ' ...J ' Orator in I A- C- CLEMENT , , .kxliglictorian I E. H. .CARMICI-IAEL ' Page Three Hundred One Q U , V, , . .I .LE .X . in - jAvlLmfiL.dU,x?,5fI I . .IIavIfvI'fI,1'.IffIII ,WN'fw-fKe.:fv'f'TN ff 5 ,.,,.,, ,...,......---' . x ,, . , K X, S C y k -. f . . X, I CLARIOSOPI-IIC HALL Clariosophic Literary Society ANDERSON, A. M. ANDERSON, J. C. ANDERSON, T. G. ARANT, P. M. ANTLEY, H. R. BLACK, O. D. BUIE. B. F. BROWN, J. W. BROWN, J. M. CARMICHAEL, E. H. CLEMENT, A. C. COLLINS. O. D. CULBERTSON, C. W. CULBERTSON, J. G. CROFT, A. D. CULP, HEYWARD DEVLIN. T. P. DAVIS, B. R. DORMAN, J. K. DUKE, H. L. FORD, W. H, GRAVELY, P. E. WOOD, E. W. Page Three Hundred Two MEMBERS FARMER, E. L. FRICK, C. H. FISHBOURNE. J. B. FOWLES, J. H., JR. CETTYS, J. R. GRIFFIN, J. D. HAIR, J. P. HERBERT, W. E. HOOVER, H. H. HAVIRD, B. M. HAMLETT, H. E. HALSEY, A., JR. HEWITT, RAGSDALE JONES, WQW. KARICK, BERT KNIGHT, G. C. LEAGUE, N. A. LEWIS, W. R. LEWIS, J. W. LISTER, R. L. VOLUNTARY ATTENDANTS DERRICK, J. O. SAWYER, A. N. LATI-IAM, W. I. NIEETZE, G. E. MOSS, J. L. MACK, J. J. NORRIS, E. B. PARRISI-I, W. S. PINCKNEY, ROGER PERRY, J. M. STEWART, B. L. STEVENSON, H. B. SNELGROVE, C. P. SCOTT, C. L. STOKES, TROY T. TAYLOR, W. R. WEST, L. W. WI-IITE, J. L. WILLIAMS, Y. S. WRIGHT, J. P. WILSON, L. O. WIGGINS, C. P. COBB, R. C. RUTLEDGE, J. A. LONG, J. R. ': 3: W SH .iff :II " wi. sv.. is 'Xl i? f. 5 .4 if M I I RJ , Q ,J Ii -ff, EUPHRADIAN HALL Euphradian Literary Society ATKINSON, R. H. BATES, A. D. BRIGGS, T. H. BROWN, CARL BROWN, J. J., JR. BROWN, S. E. BRUNSON, W. A. BOUDREAUX, S. L. CASE, LAWRENCE DICKERT, L. S. DUNBAR, CLAUDE DEPASS, H. E. DEWITT, S. P. DOUGLAS. W. ELLIOTT, W. W. FOSTER, CHARLIE FUNDERBURKE, H. GRESSETTE, B. V. GRIMSLEY, C. K, MEMBERS GEIGER, G. P. GREGORY, C. W. GREEN, SYDNEY HEYMAN, SYDNEY HILDEBRAND, R. B. HINGSON, H. L. HIOTT, J. C. HIGKS, M. L. HAMMOND, BLAND KING, GEORGE S. MOORE, J. O. MOORE, BERT MCLENDON, T. MCLEOD, YANCEY MCDAVID, ROY OWENS, ALFRED PITTS, F. W. PRITCI-IARD, E. K. PUGH, G. T., JR. REESE, W. R. RILEY, J. L. SHEPHERD, M. H., JR SPARKS, BOE SINKLER, H. SPRUILL, J. A. THORNTON, B. C. TAYLOR, W. W. WELDON, W. O. WALKER, LEGARE WHITE, H. A. WAMER, W. P. WANT, LEROY WILLIAINIS, A. C. WOLF, HARRY WAUGHOPE, ROBERT WILSON, CARL YATES, MARION T. YELMAN, LOUIS YOUNGINER, J. M. Page Three Hundred Three 3 I ,X LA -n ..,, U' ,Vs W 'D .1 , v J miLf:'o'QYQw'f11WZiSVfiQYQ+'few4ffravvwif'geif:s','11Yc-tiuwfwfwvoaofsffmvs ni'm' -sig 5411, ff. 11 + ,...w, ws W o o s s o s o .o wg Q45 Eff' V -...1 Q. 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President 5-ii, CHARLIE EOSTER. . . . . .Literary Critic H. W. EUNDERBURKE ...... Vice-President lflib G. T. PUGH, JR.. . ..... Secretary KENNETH GRIMSLEY. . . .Literary Critic LJ CARL BROWN. . . . . Treasurer R. H. ATKINSON .... ...... S ecretary W. P. WAMER ........ ........ C ensor S. EVANS BROWN .... ........ T reasurer ROBERT H. ATKINSON ..... Financial Sec'y GEORGE E. GEIGER ..........,.. Censor LAWRENCE CASE ...... . . .Orderly Critic BEN THORNTON ....... Financial Secretary TOM CRAIG ..... .... C ustos Forum WILSON O. WELDON ....... Orderly Critic H. L. HINGSON. . . ....... Reporter LEROY WANT ....., ..... R ecorder H. S. EDENS .... . . .Recorder BOB SPARKS. . . ...... Reporter JOE HIOTT .... . . .Custos Forum Iggy are ig Fi THIRD TERM CHARLES KENNETH GRIMSLEY . . ............. ....... P feslzdenf W. P. WAMER ............ . . .Vice-President 13,5 CLAUDE DUNBAR .,.. - - .Lifefflfy CfifiC GEORGE P. GEIGER .... ,...... S ecretary .iq WILSON O. WELDON. . . ....... Treasurer mit J. J. BROWN, JR. .... ......... I .... C ensor Fax Cf-5 GEQRGE S KING .... Financial Secretary QQ!! .xp ' ---- . . -'I' MARION T. YATES. . . .... Orderly Critic W. R' WETMOREI t 0 I ...... Recorder LEROY WANT ....... ....... R rgoorter gf JOHN M' YOUNGINER' l g . . .Custos Orum 9.12-' pf Eff' Page Three Hundred Five I 'T' P,-35' ' f -A wx 'ww w n -'.- 5 f"'!f'f af-f5EA'7Q.7if' 'fit' v' I' I 'I rffI'I""Vt"'fIRIf 'JAY HAT:IR.fKLfs95AQf4SIAIMSWI-Plkwfi. .', .'.' . .,f. .I .. 1,' ' ' , ' - 'A ,fx . A AP I., .A N.,..,,,R.f.,.- ,1yf..fJ15. fwrfkffv'-5 "D, f Q!15.' . '4 fm". ,R I-M,,' 2-.- ,.. .. ,,.....-.,. .,,,.,.,.....--.,...,......- .,-..-.,.......f - ---W-J-I - " ' 'W ' QQ. R 1 in Q ,, f x 1 L. mn ,L , ..x 1 ' 1 N . 1'QX j. ,M-, ,"X l. ' .wig 7 uh ' Jw ' XXV- ' ,Wi '5:N"fNfe"':1V 1" V ll H 4 V Vi' I f , 7 3 i lhyv E ,E .4 N M , L - . - - ' f xg I, X , "" R J' N HK V 1 E SFT 71? 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Z-A 1 E min s I .4 U17 ,W P' ul' if g , l l l I I i l l K : s ,. 1928 Debaters A. CALHOUN CLEMENT GRIPFITH T. PUOH .JOSEPH KARESH- DONALD RUSSELL NIGEL A. LEAGUE FRANCIS WARREN WOOD EDWARD K. PRITCHARD THOMAS A. WOFFORD E Intercollegiate Debates, 1927-'28 Gonzales Medal for oratory Won by John Madison Younginer on May 13, 1928. Keitt Medal for oratory won by J. R. Long On March 1, 1929. On March 20, John M. Younginer won the right to represent the University of South Carolina in the State Intercollegiate Oratorical Contest, which was held at Winthrop College, Rock Hill, April 26, 1929. March 6, 1928- T1-IE UNIVERSITY OP SOUTH CAROLINA AND WILLIAM AND MARY QUERY: "Resolved, that the United States should refrain from interferring in the affairs of Latin-American countries." Afi'irmatiue-Russel and Karesh for University of South Carolina. Negative-'William and Mary. Allirmative won a 2-1 decision. Pqge Three Hundred Seven I 2 l -..-.., Y .-,-...................- Q- I . , 4 I A . 4 s I I. YI . I. N. z K. ...,,,,-Sq ,I .I ,w I rr- .. I '4 I "" - f ' - .7. -1,1 'aug ".I's ew' :'I"' ISIC? f""', a- 'I , iz: -':- I 1km5wff'IF.V.? 55.3.1 i' ejvi, Qi I ,111 , JY! ,Syl , Jule. Ki . L91 42 . . ZW. March 19, 1928- inf, " THE LINIVERSITY OE SOUTI-I CAROLINA . 3 ,' iq I AND gl Yi-.T UNIVERSITY OF OREGON IV" i , . . H, ' QUERY- "Resolved that the United States should compel the foreign allies to repay war LQ' I I .. .rf ,, ' ' my I 'asia debts. ' ' ' ITAA Affirmative-University of Oregon. I ' 1' r Negative-Karesh and Russel for University of South Caro Ina. QW i it-vii Negative won. I , 'Q-iq v jpeg April 3, 1928- ? A . 2 22, THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA . ,gg AND ,ASQ UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE Q 'J 0 'X' I I, it AND QR' UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 1125 QUERY: "Resolved, that the United States should enter World Court without special I QQJYJ reservation." ' ' I 1 2.14 ligfggf Affirmative-Karesh and Russel for University of South Carolina. Cir? Negative-University of Florida. f'.9j'T: Aliirmative won. .ff AfErmatiue-University of Tennessee. . i ' 'fd . Negative-Wood and Wofford for University of South Carolina. "if-3 Negative lost. ff? Nm' 'Isl '1e'j Qjb May 17, 1928- if 'fi THE UNIVERSITY OE SOUTH CAROLINA Y 'lijgaf AND 3:35 .Qty EIVIORY UNIVERSITY QUERY: "Resolved, that Alfred E. Smith should be nominated President of the United If5.2,L,, States." lf Affirmative-Karesh and Russel for University of South Carolina. ifvgffl Negative-Emory University. fy? Alirmative won. 113' AfHrnaatiUe-Emory University. QS Negatzue-Wood and Wolford for University of South Carolina. If.C'gl ,ini Aflirmative won. I A131 i I 54' I A172 May 15, 1928- 6.5.3 THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA ....,, .1152 A AND PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE OF SOUTH CAROLINA KES' Qi wi - I . IU' At Winthrop College, Rock Hill, S. C. QUERY: "Resolved, that a' Federal Bureau should be created with a secretary appointed by the President 'to provide for national education." if-H55 Affirnaatzve-Clement, Pugh and League for University of South Carolina. ff:-ll, Negatzue-Presbyterian College of South Carolina. if-fx Nifigjf Afirmative won, 3-0 decision. Engl 1235! 1 April 3, 1928- UIQ A . '.x! H55 THE UNIVERSITY OP SOUTH CAROLINA I. AND ,fig .EJ NORTH CAROLINA STATE .lg-ij 1 QUERY: Resolved, that the United States Should increase government reservations for 4.52 5: gg nationgilnpurposes. . 15,3 rmatiue-Karesh and Daniels for Universite f S th C I' 4' Negative-North Carolina State. Y O Ou am ma' TS y fn-pkg Aflirmative won a 3-0 decision. Qlxi, I 111 , w,,:, Page Three Hundred Eight 'rdf FEI' ATV. I. ff 7' "' 'W' 7' fx", S 1- sr- fu r-- -wr -S - - fbnjh fxL,AFfl,5Ty I Y El. fir zv zaggfiifgzyligeii if. -T-qlnxfrv' My A , FJ , Y..' I ,Vi ,E VILN .F in H V 1: nrt , V g A . ,ii . . 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Y 1 1 y 1 l 1 u vxfj-xi" img LX,111 ini 121 w x I 114 fri' 'lf' ' ff The Alumni ssociation At the June, 1927, meeting of the University Alumni, it was proposed that the Alumni Association employ a full-time secretary, and make an effort to organize a larger association that could be of real service to both the University and the Alumni. Barney A. Early, an enthusiastic Carolina alumnus over a long period of years, was employed as executive secretary and began work September l, 1927. The program adopted by Mr. Early, which is to extend over a three-year period, is to hold meetings of the alumni in the 46 counties of the State, and having representatives of the University speak to the Alumni and 1, jg inform them of the things they can do to further plans for the betterment of their Alma Mater. In this way University officials have come into direct personal contact with the Alumni living in the State and a closer feeling of a common interest has been promoted. Many county and district meetings have been held in all parts of the State. They have been Well attended and much progress has been made in promoting a better understanding among the alumni of their real relation to the University. .Dr. DQM. Douglas, President ofthe Universityg Coach William L. Laval, supervisor of f athletics: Captain Bill Cooper of the 1928 fo.otball team: Captain-elect Julian Beall of the my 1929 football team: Drufus Griffin, president of the Student Body, and other University repre- 5-Q?i sentatives, have accompanied President Timmerman and Secretary Early on these trips, and have been of great assistance in acquainting the alumni with the University organization and activities. Q' The general plan is to have a chapter of alumni in active and organized form to function in each county of the State and in some of the larger cities. The chapter members join the General Alumni Association and Work through the alumni office on the campus as headquarters. One of the ambitions of the association is to be so Well organized that the presidents of the county chapters can be notified and the chapter brought together immediately to further any plan that as alumni of the University they should be interested in. This being the first time that a full-time secretary has been employed by the association 1' since 1919, it is of course apparent that it will take time to revive interest in the University on the part of the alumni. Work will be continued on the original plan of personal contact in the field until a large and permanent organization is assured--one that can render a real service to the University. This can be done only by organization of the alumni. i 1'i, The University has grown too large for alumni activities to be confined to the individual it "rtQ or small group efforts of interested and loyal alumni. What the University alumni need and what they are working for now is an organization of former students, which will be large enough to be truly representative of alumni in all fields of endeavor scattered throughout the f-gi nation. This is the ambition and aim of those in charge of the alumni organization and is the goal that they wish to attain. 2 Much good work in laying the foundations has been accomplished and it will be main- tained until a thorough organization of former students has been effected. The alumni have 4 Q plans in view that will mean a great deal to the University but organization is the first step in the program to be accomplished. 1 f s ' 1 1 Page Three Hundred Ten !11,,1.1.g., ,W V Y YVV, V , .,, inxwi--1. X1 fl- 4 so 1, ,1 1 ia: 1 ' 2- i.,i, ' H p Ahmlll Wagon 'Ui 'in un Was fm Why It 5-Tm in the Mui and "Mit H hi am., in milling lb! have 'I 'Wm of M if ff the 7 "EIU gm. ' F3 IE have M at mitizs. .11 1: fruiou tate 571 Ill! L 4 'r.a::u:izrs. 1 :the - ., :ic any v 3 JlCiLili0ll X -.it-vj1fT UU uri' " 'lx p ..-.4 4 - S' V G f1,f'fl0 4' yyrgfilil ' v ,d im 'ff' ' , ijfgf abt .. A I4 fb' W4 .85 rf ' 93' 3 T! Q 'M J ,YQLGIS BARNEY A. EARLY Executive Secretary Bernard Augustus Early. University of South Carolina, '06, was in September, 1927. appointed full-time alumni secretary of the new Alumni Association, and since that time has devoted all his efforts to per- fecting an alumni organization that will be state-wide in its scope. Mr. Early is peculiarly fitted for the posi- tion of alumni secretary insofar as his ability as an organizer and executive has been dem- onstrated at the several high schools and col- leges which he has served in the capacity of athletic coach and adviser. While engaged in the lumber and contracting business in Flor- ence, S. G., Mr. Early, following it as a hobby, started and coached the first athletic teams at that school. He later served as director of freshman athletics at Wofford Gollege. and was head coach at Darlington High School. Since coming to the University, Mr. Early has made a strong bid to revive the interest of the alumni, and has begun an organization which promises to be a permanent one, and one that will be of great assistance to the state school. GEORGE BELL TIMMERMAN President George Bell Timmerman of Batesburg, President of the Alumni Association for 1928-'29, is a graduate of the University in the Law Glass of 1902. While in college he was a leader in student activities, and in- tensely interested in all branches of student life. After graduation Mr. Timmerman began the practice of law at Lexington, where he served a total of 16 years as solicitor of the llth circuit. He has taken a high stand in his profession, and ranks as one of the leading lawyers of the State. Since his election as President of the Alumni Association, Mr. Timmerman has given freely of his time to promoting the plans for an extensive alumni organization, and the alumni were indeed fortunate in selecting him as their president. Mr. Timmerman has been of real service to the University and has given the Uni- versity alumnus reorganization an impetus that will carry it far on the way to com- pletion. Page Three Hundred Eleven P .Ja lAA I. 1X .4 Q.. -,N ir ,A A an A , Www ..,- be in ' W- ati' lla' i"'., JE'hJ'i-'-".A?l4'itTt:'.ihi1. f". fu an I'if'I'4ij:4'5"'jY",! Y Iv Q , ,L , I A .,, ,' Q ,H. X L. ., ,J H-,I hip., L, iiiirp . st Roll of Alumni Clubs 5552 ' HCT- I PI . President ace - ' GTC EDWARD M. MULLINS . . - -Columbla ffgna Q '51 DR. CARL B. EPPS. . ---' Sumfef fig! WILLIAM L. CLOVER . . .Orangeburg SIMONS R. LUCAS , . ---R FIOYQHCQ , - V 1 rar! CHARLES E. SLIGH . . -Dar111agfO1a . 1. r-nr JAMES E. HOOKS . , - - 'Mui 1-HS gg, . , Aff THOMAS P. STOINEY . , .Charleston If JOHN A. MARION . I ...... York BOBO BIIRNETT . . . Spartanburg . I F." VJILLIAM D. AIKEN . . . .Greenville A ' if J. GORDON HUGHES . . ..... Union I .lg N. WALKER EDENS . . Bennettsville eg, . If-,QI J. BOOTH SALLEY . . ..... Aiken My ljff' SOLOMON BLATT . . , , ,Barnwell 35.13 J. PRESTON DAVIS . . . , .Marron E. M. MCCOWN . . . .Lancaster IQ-ei gg 'ing gf I ALUMNI IN THE ANNUAL LI-'fa .IN 9 Parallel With the expansion of the alumni Organization, THE GARNET AND BLACK Will carry a more extensive alumni Section in 1930. It is planned by the l930 staff to publish group pictures of each Alumni Club in the State, with the oHicers and roll of members. and to carry in addition to the features ofthis year other things of interest concerning the alumni. This vear is the first that THE GARNET AND BLACK has carried an alumni section, and the 1929 staff regrets that it is not as complete as it might be. However, the Stal? hopes that the alumni will help the 1930 staff in assembling a fuller section, and one that Will he more representative of alumni and alumni activities. Page Three Hundred Twelve ,H- I I ' Hrsx I .-fl I. A Qi I ,f I I W, ,fy I I l I ,.jI . . I . I, ,fp I .IMI E N I I TI r. I by L, -H-J W I 'Q M, HQ Nm MQ Num uns Gino ,York 1--W Glile Um ilk an :mn Mum Lum n HW ll its gs ' UWW f 'gift' vw' Ei 1 MRS. PARRISH Sponsor Y. M, C. A l Q52 !?iJYE1'59YG' ECC? ZW, Qifjxigix' , -Dxvrf-xx. R , A- A ""'x 4" VM U Ak ' ' Y , Young Men S Chr1st1au Assouatlcm OFFICERS WILI IAM S PARRISH Pzcszdent BERT F KARICK Vzce Pzeezclml SEWELL HAWKINS Secrelarg RALPH LEWIS Treasurer ROBERT GLENN BELL Execulzve Sccrelcuq BOARD OF DIRECTORS F W BRADLEY Chazrman J A STODDARD FRANK MEERS PATTERSON WARDLAW J D GRIFFIN HUGH R MURCHISON SEWELL HAWKINS HARRY LIGHTSEY WILLIANI S PARRISH Page Three Hundred Fzfteen , . , , f 1 ,rw U , fx . 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D. BATES SHERwooD SMITH ROBERT WAUCHOPE P. W. MooRE G. H. PREACHER BANNIE STEWART NIGEL LEAGUE HORACE SAWYER PAUL WRIGHT T. B. ATKINSON C. S. COOK J. C. EVANS B. M. HAVIRD H. H. HOOVER B. W. SATEREIELD BRUCE CIRESSETTE W. P. WANIER LESLIE HORTON J. A. PORTER V. M. WILLIAMSON B. R. DAVIS J. M. YOUNGINER C. L. SCOTT ROY PRINCE B. Ii BLIII2 J. O. DERRICK W. M. REESIQ J. J. BROWN D. C. STowI5 W. O. WELDON WV. P. TURKET H. B. STEVENSON A. C. CLEMENT Y. S. WILLIAMS Cv. T. PUCI-I DAN BROWN CARL BROWN M. C. WILLIAMS WILBUR ZEICLER JOHN TURNER BLAND HAMMOND T. P. DEVLIN JOI-IN FISI-IBOURNE Page Three Hundred Seventeen If. : Ek :" A 1 . MT .1.,.,.. A 1. x 14 K O Bible Class Leaders SEWELL HAWKINS ROY LISTER NIGEL LEAGUE T. P. DEVLIN SHERWGOD SMITH J. R. ANDERSON A. D. CROET GRIEEITH PUOH C. L. SCOTT W. F. TAYLOR Page Three Hundred Eighteen J. M. BLACK Ra R. H. ATKINSON A. C. CLEMENT W. H. FORD A. M. ANDERSON W. P. WAMER J. M. YOUNGINER REMSEN BOUKNIOHT JOE BOUKNIGHT E. B. NORRIS B. F. BUTE ve- ,. L., .,-....:N1,5,,,7,QW:..,,., v Freshman Y. M. C. A. Council OFFICERS W E BUSHAW ..... . ..... . . . ...... Preirienl W. TAYLOR , . . . . .Vice-Preszdenl W. I. LATI-IAM . . ..,...,..,. . . .Secretary MEMBERS HEYWARD CULP J. H. LAOKEY J. P. CAIN WM. I. LATI-IAM R. CHEWNING J. S. DOUGLAS R. H. DUKES L. F. FREEMAN J. L. GILLESPIE M. L. HICKS G. E. HOLLAND D. B. HUDSON L. L. HAMILTON J. W. LEWIS W. K. MARTIN L. L. MAULDIN W. D. QRANDER C. P. SNELGROVE ED SYKES W. W. TAYLOR L. WHETSTONE J. R. WILSON Page Three Hundred Nznete n ,I I fi .-s L if ew... ,, 'I 1 PM xx -W :'f'p'1v.Me WSW',vmw'A1?U avvwwVw'f'.3ViA"'fMv""'Wa1"'iWf " 'Hg A W ' VL I ' N51 "'yV'j'V"'? u 1, ,A x 1 H X , M ., ,MQ ,Ja 1 ,, ,ly . K ,V e ,s ,, , , ' - ' ' V ,f '-, , ,X ef Q 's , 1 1 x Fm 1 1 1 ,J .1 v, , ,, g 1 we N IIT 3 I Q' 'ffl fc. 3 A Lffzg Q33 Q -fi ye 5:2 lf! 'A mv: ff: PIC' . 16? 01, 1 me b' ff-f, mf! , fl if 1 , . 1' e. if 'fe ffi. A ,fig H A eeeee ee ,,.,.., X. , 'ef-,f Q f Li' PX .lt . Bl R d Cl b ue 1 ge u if-A 71-Lf' Qi' 'fu J. O. DERRICK B. F. BUIE e ' ' KL, 1 fx. '1 . ' H' H. FOY BERT KARICK fag Ln: , 'ill - 1 SEWELL HAWKINS W. S. PARRISH it if ,QQ H. B. STEVENSON Kam? ' las S-5 , ,, Hifi 'gif 'MID Sli' 1, 63.71 I9 Qfs. if Q 'Vf 'NE 89 9 48 Q 0 o .l.u1 Q ll l. Z1 GJ' 9 ,I ' 1 ,SJ Eb We CB 57 ffl W 14: 11 , TJ A 'xl .HQ-,V 'I . dig. ,Afvxf if My fi-ff 925 Page Three Hundred Twenty 4' , 7 . , J "" i r' -' ' ,, 'xf'l,. V-f N' ,ng vf'x- .,,-Vcxgw-r-fx ff. 'yr X.,-g,,--H V .A ..'-,. A,-,,,,, ,A 4 , , ., .M, ,,d-.V lf.,-M-,-N,. ,N mf C. 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Dean of Vsfomen and Professor of English. was horn -It in Laurens County, South Carolina. and received her elementary training in the country schools of that locality. Her high school work was taken in the pre- gl paratory department of Presbyterian College, located at Clinton. After grad- i":'g, uating from this now discontinued but justly famous preparatory school. Miss Dillard entered Randolph-Macon XVoman's College at Lynchburg. Va. After making a brilliant record as both a scholar and an all-round woman. she received the Bachelor of Arts degree. She then taught at Randolph-Macon for hve years in the department of English. ' 'ffl gf After this period came a decision on the part of Miss Dillard. which was most propitious for the University, because it brought about her return to her fix native state and most particularly meant the beginning of her connection with S-A Carolina. Miss Dillard spent a year here in the department of English and was awarded the Master of Arts degree after a period of brilliant work. She left Eff the University then and went to LaGrange, Cia., where she was Dean of Wonien and head of the department of English for a year and a half. Obtaining a leave of absence, she went to the University of North Carolina where she received pf- the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in 1924. The subject of her dissertation was "The History of Literature in South Carolina." Miss Dillard then took up the duties of the position she now holds. Dnly a Carolina student, and particularly a Carolina "co-ed" can tell of the faith- fulness, diligence, true womanhood and sound scholarship which characterize the discharge of her duties. She is one of the best supporters which the Uni- versity has, but, far more than that, she is a real friend and companion to every Q girl at Carolina. Because of Miss Dillard's life, influence and work, the vision is made brighter for many, the pathway clearer. . Countless Carolina students pursue their journeys with steadfastness and assurance because of the inspiration of Doctor Irene Dillard. 5 4 fr:-if S625 SPE-4 53 Fiiii ef 'seas tiff. if i tfifg Page Three Hundred Twenty-Hue I. Lk.. l ,.. -mr . .1 f W. 1 -+- 'f s, - A f- -sa .,-N .. -. L 1 ,- A - 2. pf, 55. .13 -H -:- F: V - 2 5 , "1 i i F 4 l i i i i ,A-v:.a,..f,w.x - -. V-. i l l l 1 l la 'l ll 3 ,, W ,.,, . ,fl ' X 1. .--, -. A .f' -1 I 1 ,,. r 4 X, I .1 'X fu' 1 I f I I I I f . Rex, Fx-X: 5 Vx u .4 15.4 4 I V H ,, ' 1 -i 5' 4 IV. UI IV, U X ,V df I il Q , 'Q Q' -f' A 'uf-4 , , 5 -fi gf If 'fe lx NJ' AH!! ' X, Q gif I H I1 TTU' Q-el 7 X323 I ' me 1 'f " f-,". f'pA 'Toy ,L,. ' IQ: I I 5 ix- 'f 1 A-2 HW" I QPQE If ' I 3 . ,i- . -5-' . Io- -T H ouse Comm 1ttee If ' X ',4 fs r'!'f:x I f Tm - fi." I. MILDRED CoNE .... .,........... 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Secrezary I., GERTRUDE RIGBY . . ........... Treasurer 3'f?2 I ROSALIE TURNER MILDRED CONE fra, 'I FLORIDE STODDARD ELIZABETH FREEMAN If MARGARET LYON HARRIET SCARBOROUGH 22 MARGARET LIVINGSTON EDNA KIRTON 5..QfiI I-1-fr ELIZABETH JONES POY STEVENSON - MARGARET AYGOCK ANNE NEW M537 PK' ' Mx 21:7 E EFI? I 51,7 i IEE I Q. Page Three Hundred Thirty-one ,Sidi ,r,'.L . tv, y, X .HI X f' ' ' T f"! n,f'.c IN. M- -, ,,,4 K ,ANA ,C 3 C ,C fy- pq ,qw rug, cr- f,.- -Q fwf f.,-Lf ,,,f- 5.3: ir ft-' 'fr 'rw 3.1-p xg ef, ', Ifi?5f?ffE2Yfg4IfIAQ54ffAGi5fTI"QEAEJAEf39A3QQ9AMAIIQRUAleIf? -IDACIIQA :D I x, J1w,, f - , if , . if e Sf CTT" "'j'f1"', ' fi'?ij'm' f ' i-f-iff--5-. l HAY f.'i'If7v'C'XQn,VQ fl.af,U'VQlf,Rv'6WjV6xIf5UfN'r-DVQW:NEf'1jVf?'Y'flVKnVii2VSi'Wlvit'ff-ijVi:"":fsijt"'fgjW,LH'f.:-Vfx-Any, ry, J Xf 'l-A 1 .r :I ,cf f, - V' 1'.,' in i,VK..f, :ui Q 41: JC' 1,2 QA,x 'nf-.I -.'XJx,f Qs1,!y,rLfK,l. 1-.f -21'-1 'J'-A X' Y' 'Rf 1 K' -'X-'N ' f 'U' 1' ' ' 1'- X-f . v" . ,PH ., ,1 , . 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Ll ' if Wy f 6 1-2 L. .',,'..I 5"-f' I f .I Digg est flirt Most Cgjpa ble ---. A 2-,a, , Q,"-W 1 ff X -M . . gt.-.3.- 'gs WL 1,1 I xxx- 25..f,,', , I .,-. ,, , l X 1 X' Desi All R ound Best Dancer V . ,151 ,, ,M Most Pojeular 4t1,V,C aff I . IL tk! vlbfij , 1 f, ' ' 1.:Zik42i.fm:yeQ232eI.,.w -Uh fe Co-ED SENIOR STATISTICS Page Three Hundred Fifty-nine Miss Domrrm' Pom' :Umm Qvvn. 1028 I-"' ' ' I 1 ,W fe'E,'355. E :xxx . w U '!g..., L ,sm , R'qM E' . . -1 X . -Q v, HQ, W t Y S F' -3 T K an 5 Y U1 is HQ G 'CQ' Nei' 4 'QI ln, J' 4 z '5 n . , , .. Q. '4 'Q .TI Q. 1 , Y 5.4 'L ., :g A I O 4 'I .. .9 I A 4 I 'L ,. .V I 'G I 4. 4. 'L 4 Y '6 yy 4 .V 6 V 1,4 R I6 'L 'I A .v I '4 'Ci A ' '1 ff .IV ILA nf' ,x 4 'I ,M I '4 HI A' 4 L4 1 .QI 52 J I2 IJ- A .x -1 X -X .N .x V-H' K "YL ' ffm'--. Y-fx- C , ' , X 5 Y! 'NVQ'":lVLX:"':Jvf:"'5y :Wi :Wg VIy"1"IV ATUYQ-Yllifxv Qilv ,,, ' Ch I ,qv r ,I : f A -- f Q B. , If A I Helm Hier-IW I!IafM.Lf,lY1sQYIst'g:D!ri'15!A-AI'iff-3? IQ' 93 R--' r-Q A Q lrfs fic? l-, UF' rlilrxi fi! E5 DL, F..- I PK' I ,rj --...'. J' ' .,.-Q .lib TQ I s 0 Frkzl Nleuds IH AtteIIda1ILc MARY MCNULTY- - - I , .Maid of Honor BETTY FISHBURNE . . . . .FIQLLW Girl R-0 MARGARET HOGAN . . . . .FlOwr,,. GH., BILLIE SYLVAN . . . , - I4- . . . IHe1aId , JOE SYLVAN ...... ,.,, 1 Jerald MARTHA EFIRD . . I ,'1'rg1'y7 Bggrgr . - -fi- LOUISE EPIRD .... I .Tram Bearer BILLIE HARTH ....... . ,Crown Bearer I-5? ELLA PARR PHILIPS IRENE RICHARDSON ROSALIE TURNER RUTH RITCHIE WILLIE JOE HUGHES CATHERINE POWELL CHRISTINE ROOE MAYRE WALL HATTIE SCAREOROUOH THELMA SMITH LUCY COLEMAN VIRGINIA CREIQVER MILDRED DAVIS MARX' B. TAYLOR WILLIE B. TAYLOR NANCY DEPASS ROBERTA TOLBERT ELIZABETH HEYWARO CLARE KING ' lc one I 'Cf' 1 Page Three Hundred Sixty-one I Nut . U Lk. . 'ic'AIrf.JAIL3.gMCqgf,ffQ4Jf5QQITGJFAEQVA519:15 gg ,L , 5 -If + W - -Lf .I , - -.- "fr " 1 2 y 5 A A -i 'P 1 r A T i Q ,Q i . 4 1 1 1 V 5 I ! 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TIMMONS, SARAH TOMPKINS, ELIZABETH THOMPSON, ELIZABETH TURNER, GRACE WALL, MAYRE WHITAKER, HARRIET ZEIGLER, KATHERINE Page Three Hundred Sixty three i 1 . 1 1 4 1 I 1 1 r 1 'VJ f 1, .V 1 1 , 1 1 F--b"""--. 1 K Wu 1 1 ud 1' I V '. 1 I 1 .12 ' 111,-,.v,1, f 4 '1 11, rv 1 1 1 1, 1 1 , rw, Q g ,gf-1,151 'X7J..,- ' ' V 1 ax- 1- -1 ' ' 1 , i1 1 1 'S1'3jE111V57 ' ' V . , :fry " faq Q' .I-if 1' ,X J:-f, ' 1.1 lf Q31 Qi, fax ' AY K? 'dxf "fix -. 1 1 7 kijk LK. .px 1K Y: . mx, 152.2 iw' xg, ...few Q51 ' 7.1, h 1 -1 112V X' .' fx f Xl' 1? I I I 'Lf 7, ,ff , .1 . 1-7 ,K -ji , ' 5 UQJ ': 111. "Q . . 1. 'v' ifll I?-1,3 ,. 5, l -,V ifxiq' 2 V Lf 1 -'FW 1 . 15 K," 1 ffgi 1 M 1 .X g ? L11 1 YQ' 1 ka "Q ' QRQ Ay: , xr'-,f ' 1 XM 7 1 1 . .7 L ' ' . XXI' 1- :lk 1 ' 1 ,ii- ' xl' - 1 fu. 5 1 . 1., 1 B "x 1 f 5' 1 1 5 1 1 . , A .AN ' R' ' 1 1 i-, Cf 1 53. 1"- 1 fi". A ' I ' X" 1 . X :,, , 4 1 if uf - 1 1 Q ,lf 1 ,- a 1 . T X I 1 xgvx -: - fue-'1 1 , 1 gg, 1 ' 1 51, R1 .1 Pi' '1 ' f ' r, fX,,+j. 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A , f 'X f-f' 1 'HX : 1' "' 7 xi fwfr -- . f fbhxff, KQV .'xYC43 D ' di , '1 'S'dv7'ff'. l14,' fl'ff'ff 5 1331, ' Jw ' 4M'QN"'9"'- V SMQVQ''AVS'qxxmxyklviffvqvfvg 6301: 'QVC' ' 17 bl .1 i"jXf,,f':,v x'j'v,-nkl 'ffi,L.:vr '..- X ,Fix vo 'C -7 C 79 4' 'J 'F D ' 'X 'U ci 'Y x 'I 'Pew Q - 1:5 P1-14 .. H' '- 5 as 5: , " u 'L , 1,3 ,is '.2!'1'Q ' 5112. -X L! 1.1. 1.1 'L I-2 W xx w f E J- .1 K- in Qing Ci S2 I-' j fix 4 Jul- 5 HELEN L. SMITH 54, Physical E d ucatzon Dzrector fc- '4 r.,' ' .A 3' 'R' 4 11 I.-TN Cx ,. U. Ll ,Nh AJ A UNI! ?'5 9-4- ' " ,1 -. .7 Y' -. Q- 1 -1- 2 G 'vxrf ' ' 'Q' 2 1 gl 1"l' Lf 3: .2 ' , ff- '-N ' f, Y- U . - U .af AA-im - NA , ,..ilE:4.4. , , . ' , .,,- ,,,.. -..f..-,., , ,..,. ... X 'ff . 1 6 LUX' Spa! G ye-C8 V-,ll .4 5' ff, f ,9 :jul f., ' Eb e 338 ' kg, -.A! .Ill .H A .V K-1 . 'xr 1- 1 5 ' A - x 3 Er - . '- gg peg! 351 :ay -TT 1,3 Ax" . PF i, 1 V1 , ,- : 'mug X, ' -'f -Yi , W NANCY P01213 ' 7 Physzcal kducatzon Instructor 5. . 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Villa' t, . gg y e ' ' it , li fi., .QA 1 X - ' Lo-hd Athletics t-.gl iii Iiifl i I "All for fun and fun for all'.' is the motto of the XVomen's Athletic Assn' ctation at Carolina, and the athletic activities are so many and so varied that no girl should fail to find some type of sport which will appeal to her. ll' she is i'-gy fond of team sports she has many to choose from: hockey. volleyball. soccer. basketball or baseball: if she likes dancing she may join the clogging. the folk 5:5 dancing of' the creative rythmics class. or she may prefer to take part in the 'Or more individual types of' work such as gymnastics and tumbling. track. golf. or if cf the always popular tennis. gf- - t' ' - . ln the fall hockey takes the foreground. and great interest is shown in if working up class teams, the season culminating in the ever-exciting inter-class full tournament. During the winter the interest shifts to the old favorite. basket- ,,C, f 3.13 ball, probably the most popular of all the team sports, and another inter-class tournament is held. But when spring is in the air and all outdoors is calling. the scene changes to the track field, the baseball diamond, the tennis courts and l ff-V l the golf links. The spring tennis tournament is always an interesting event. 'f' and each year the number who enter this tournament increases. Golf is also A g becoming increasingly popular, thanks to the golf clubs of Columbia. which f 1 permit the classes to be taught on the golf links by the golf professionals. Those of us who enteredthe University four years ago well remember the ff., difficulties under which the department of physical education. both students and ,E instructors, labored in trying to promote athletics for the co-eds of the Uni- Qugjl 5 pq versity with no women's athletic field, no showers or dressing room facilities, little equipment for the various sports, and the use of the gymnasium floor only tg-fl ' on a part-time basis with the men. But each year has seen the equipment, the Qi. ' facilities and the interest in women's activities growing. We now have an l athletic field of our own, showers and dressing rooms for the women. and a 15.2, flourishing Women's Athletic Association which supervises the seasonal tourn- aments in the various sports and endeavors to promote the cause of athletics for fre, women on the University campus. From the old idea of athletics for women, in which a varsity basketball figzfj squad was the most important thing on the horizon, with the result that there was little or no interest or participation in athletics by those not fortunate ' enough to "make the varsity," we have broadened our viewpoint and expanded X our policies, and basketball is no longer the only sport in which a co-ed may ill. take part. With a dozen or more different athletic activities open to every girl 113 on the campus, the department of physical education is furnishing the ' fun for t all," and it is up to those who take part in them to make it "all for fun." li ffl J? J, -5 UIQ i 4 1' 'Fl I? Page Three Hundred Sixty-seven , A '-kt l '. i . .ye ,.., ...ta .--s f'-iri t -lf: fa -c 'MQQ 'gf' Q' .f'i"If?'lQf-.3 .. . .Mig r 2 f ifiifffffifffilitlfciifj5ilftilflltiitflftlwll''fl'Nll"fleW'll'f-rtffllwfrlbldifflJN-'+'5'll is 'fbi 2 .. '.w"' ' t ..1 " - .51 455Z:f-"J i- . , ,, , A V. . , . W,-. , V ., X., swim-. nip- ' -- . . , - . . .. mf., 1 YX 1,1l!-H i i 'il K 4... . 1 ' R 1 3 , K y, ,., . ,.fit,-, -3 'W-""',H-ii x we J ' ' .N Q - wi. V Yi' . .Q 1,-' , ,QL X. .si , R 1 ,Q N s 61' -iw i ,. 1. fl' wr. ' P' .-In , , , 1 . 1' 5 1. X, I . i,-- fg ' 1, 4 , 1 1".f f'j ' H, Q L Q I'.', W " A r f ,rn ' if -w'S1'f "" " ' ' ' ' - ' V - 1-V Ju H, ,f Zh 'LT' N151 VVomen's Athletic Council GIQRTRUDIE RIGBY . . I ROSALIIT2 TURNER. . MARY EMERSON . . . ANNIE TRUESDALE . Cfi1.1NA MCGRRGOR DARICIZ JACKSON . . . -. IEDNA EARU5 KIRTON . . ffl K.'X'I'IlIiRINI? LIZWIS . . IAJUISA TIQABISR . IkkIA'1"1'u5 JOHNS RUTH BROWN . . . . .,, NIARY l.INA f:I2l.I.IiRS .hs M. X. X . S'-l.. l'ag7v Tlyrce llumlrm' Szxtgfeuiglyf 1 Fx QJUQV1-,yl'lN: e ,, 'V Hn, A A A A . K . , . 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Manager WW" FRANCES WALKER Page Three Hundred Seventy-one 5 in-....,.,,, v 1 N x1X'HY,.'15f"' .fq" W-z'w'W , ' X. e ww' ww' fe e "A " W", V, K JV. V 'JVQ "'jY'jfM7f ku 'W' L: "-my Iwi! 'mf r Q N P If' xx ,Q "U L. ' 'iff if 4:3 !!p...!1 Q uf- HVT- .I 4" 1 1? T1 5' 'I N M ,.,, , ,Q-.f if-6 Vgz , 'L 'Lx Qi? QQ F50 ,Q I-dx W s "1 -Q fi' . x 'Lf' iw? X' 44 6 , 5525 X e .- ,n f Q 4 We 1. 3-ff SS' 143 0 ' I ill' UR' Ciffflfx Y 337 H F16 5 335 CLOG DANCING ' 4' MGI' . WC N 1.1 .gglgf J r' N f 41 'Eu 21.52 ff- fe gr . ., lv ,f V Qf Q W T .L Q K. V .QL :Q g ,lx U fax if q.,:,f7' ,- - ' r . ffjj-X Til ilffff fi, qi. 111:13 e g A ff", 'y 1 Fw glaiggfri .-JFS. Y, lg Iii' fN'!,:,' Tm Q 3 -Sl FFI' lf, lg' ,Lge- ,- X ' .f ffffj X 11,'Q'v W ff' ' ,Q-,395 'fully' ' Lf -fa? e ', if A- lflfvxxl We X W' Y K YQ xi ., e ,V ,J F 1 'vs p . H . 0 .ij if 25 CLOG DANCING ef--fx ,gp fe' x I he - Page Three Hundred Seventy-two 'A 1 W . I w , - f 2 'M'-fTfKyx1,"X '- -, 2- 5 X B FZ-, HRK! 4-,314 FOLK DANCINK fS,g'fsfxQ V. x 1 we .W -- ,. f'v,. 5 ,I was f. ,J 'f,, Nw FOLK DANCING Page Three Hundred Seventy-three - 4 1 4. ...- . 1 5 . 1. , , 1 Q '. 11, -, 1 .1M.' . ,. .Q 41 .A f A ', . ., - .- 1 . 4 .1 , . .. . 4 f . 4 2,1 , .. .. 1, .. . -. I , A , 1 Q , . ,, ,.v 4 ' , .4 .,.,,,,, . 1 ., u .. 1' 11. 1' w..4141v.' '11, " -.2 14 .1 1. 'Aw f .1 w,"1 v 1 V. , 3 m R 4 W Q X N x ' , ' ' 11,11 . , -.1 ,. uw", . .,'..- 1. - .1 -, f- A " v MXL' ff 7 4 yan ' J 1 V1"'f! mf BASEBALL. TEAM 4 s -11 1 1 B4 . Q V BASEBALL TEAM IN ACTION Page Three Hundred Seventy-four -1. Je. ,. , '- - .,, . ,. ,-, 1 , 1.. 1, - , , ,,., qujx 'Br' I! ' 1 fl If f 'Q ,'1 f 4 1 gi In qw .IW rl. .fy , . fit' aw, '.:j is 7. ,ff 4' 4,1 r XX 'X . ,1-r. JU . -: 1x tv" 1!':1. .., ,-, .ff I' , fec- . 13 ,. if L. gg. :fj- -fi-H lim! ,'k .6 .rf ,-f 3 JQ1 QA! 1 , 1- if-. 'Q' .1 .ti .. .11 ..- SL-J' 117' 'lin VLQN lf! 1 1 5 iff. I2 A .ygx J!" .X g.1',. fm Y .J 1'-. , . ,1, -.Ax . , '-1 ,rg . 1 .NX -4. x I 4 Ji "1 N: 11" Q'i I . Q 5' 1 1 2 1 I . A 1 I I ,,,..r ! qi ,-1 Q 9 1 X. X . 1. 2 I 4. li 1 I :L 1. 1 f I 1 1 1 4 X 1 1 ' . 1 . ,- 1. ., ,1 I X H fxf 1 I .1 ! 1 I J. , 1f,'- 4 XM , .. 1. ..,.,..- 1 ,. ,4x.,,,.,.,1w 1' 14 . 1 X I , 'V ,,1,. - ig,,5k1:,.v,,1.xS'iffy.-5x1:f.P"Q'k',,1v'1 ff. .-...ff ,. 1 f- . .. ............. ., V. .,11 A 1 ,,...,f1.-.Q ...-. s D4 fa sf pvx MZ' we X i NQJ. Se .,....-4 'jf'fI.'ffff" 'i '.,,, 22115211 H x .,,,. ' ,,.... ge' T Alien. L . MARIE BRYANT Clmmpion Tennis Singles I-- ni .51 , -f 1-3,, f ..,, ., LQ, .,,, ,X -I N -1 XJ' ' ' HX 1' ,-'MU ANVQ, AA- .xiii fi' kxfvx Mi' X m XA me .Sw if Ss? ef. xi... M K.-ix h. , If A ,N A S- F: 'T X1 luv? -i.f.Q4 .H n- X ',,'. .. .4 we-' ' ,fl,4.., 1 -U.r.-. " - ,4,J,a.f e . 1 A .141-4-:'v: N' MA --"J""' Q .4 X W, ,, Wm. 'Ni-Eg-5 .7'fx Kg.. X, .. - L , W .-J ,fhf N- 1. ' ' . ...i..:1 - , , MW, , NIARIIE BRYANT RLVHI PJRUXVN Cflmmpzmvx 'll'nn1'.s llnulmlfux A TENNIS CLASS Page Three Hundred Seventy-five . ,INK'r,v.:AgX,I,V,!,,-lg, ,xy k.YlCv,,tX.A, V X W Qt- ,....-,.. ,.,, ....J.,,,--w- - '- ' -' -- - ' 1 SENIOR BASKETBALL TEAM V NIILDRED CONE ....... ........................... .... C Cl pfclirz MARY LINA FELLERS. . . . . .Manager JUNIOR BASKETBALL TEAM OLIVE BATTLE .... HATTIE JOHNS .. Page Three Hundred Seventy-six ....Captain ..Manager L A -Captain Manager Capmin wwf' 'T+w.,L 1. J I -'K fxwlf. . ,ev 4 P:-1: ,L- SOPHOMORE BASKIl'ItBAl.l. 'VISAM FRANCES BETHEA .. ...............,.,...... . , , fmlplallll DARICE JACKSON .. Munuglur 'Nw 15 , TN-, Sit. 55: 55: 1 , I fr XS..-.!-2 A a PRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM MARY ELLEN MCARTHUR ............................. --.-- C UPIUU7 MILDRED TAYLOR . . imager Page Three Hundred Seventy-seven .Q 3 . . 1' 1 4 9 ,F w -'. K- 'H , ' ' ' '-Hz" H - A- A, Mm, N- GOLF Sikyf V Y wfwWX,..,.- . ' A , H V, , ,,,. ,. : v ,. 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' ' -A wc: x X:'k 3 x Xv""x3 F K V p - - 'W KIRTON Pom l-li Dl'sCus Throw liuxvlmll '1'hruLL' s ,.- 'HJ ',,4 N S' S' -.,,, . . f. f.. 1 1 1 f 1 I 1 f X i 1 Wm I ij 1 u 3 I 1 5 .,ag.,w i Q i E I I x 1 r 4 Q Q k MIM- - I X I 5 1 TRACK 3 V x V. , , Page Three Hundred Seventy-nine H F 5" " I- " Q 15:5 ': :Q 121375 f'-'42""if5fw.f3,f'11.2f.vfn Ewi.1SM-.4emu.mfffw.1Mfw1,PAVN '5f'fav,'N'1f''M+1 ff'1',f -ff5'fe-W fl-ffx ' f"" , 1 1 1 1 E 1 11 41 '1 1, 1 Z I 1 1 1 , f 1 il L 1 5 - 1 E 1 1 l Y I, 1 1 I , i 1 lf 31 11 1 1 V2 1 91 1 C :"1 1 E11 , X . 11! , 5. f1'l1 i 11, 111 M11 if 11 1 C, V111 i 141 J 1,111 J 1 131111 l 111 1111 1 111 I J"' H151 1 11,1 if 111 K1 31 11 W1 1 11' 1 1 1 1 1 11 , 1 I 11 1 1 1 fp, S'-V 1 11 111 . 111' 211 ' 1 '11 S' 111' 1f ' 1 1 111 3 if ,, rf. 1 A 11 E , , 1 ' ' '11 111, if 1 11 1 I... 1 1 N1 1 Iii T, 1 2, V 1 4, 1 l., ' 1 1151? 12 ' Q' Yi 11 523' T111 1 ' ' 1 113 ,L , I ,Q 1 '11 IV' iff ,1V V1 1 M " IE,i'1 J,-' 1 lil ' 3 s' . 1 1 I I 1 1111 l'V -'5 1111112 1 11: I Y jf' 1l!1UENI 1 1 if-I E , L", 1 i ' 1 1 I1 11151 1 ' 51' V. 11f ,. 1.11 1 1 . 1 Vff 1 11 1 1 - ., yi" 1 ',A, 15 21' ' 1.1, 1 1 1 1 1 12' 1 - L I "1 1 11 1 :' ' 1 '111-1.1 I 11'-Y 1 i F 1211? 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YK.. ,. . .Q ff .Q Y 1 N 4 1-x 'gf X- , og-S 1 'gy Lois Foxworthy 6RosalleVn i,zattIeIJaun2 1 5 'wr 1 4 " N 7 L ,u Eg J 1 1 1 1 'm 1 N I 1 1 r I F 4 1 5- i V Vx X W 1 i 1 N I . '1 , Y W I 1 71 .1 i . 4 1 ,. ', .71'5'x,13Q'X, I V.'W mrxwy. . 'nk ..wx- .. wx l q'E':5 rj W4- 1 Z H -9- ,ci 1' S12 Ya? bl 6. 3 if I. :I GYU ef -bl i 'S , QQ? ty , Q., QL? GW, I: I' It by , .SI 7. nb Q. ' 2: vb- ' ef' S3 in l-- ' 5, Q IS-u Amp Qu ,U .ei I -al 1 W lgip 6-1 'QM 'D' I -fu 5 1 5.1: G M 465 QQ 5. 1 eb- gi gl. :- ,. , J, ,., , gllrfrigeittimefiteavefMffaiisi'aQifffiirxfneiimveffirrvarrnrr:iawarpe-arrefareaiwr 'W , , ,f , M, ,,,,,f ART SCHOOL FACULTY - MISS KATHERINE HEYWARD H MISS ELIZABETH WHITE MISS CATHERINE PHILLIPS The Art Department The Art Department since its beginning in the fall of l9Z5 has grown to be one of the largest and most popular departments in the University. The various classes in painting, designing and history now number over one hundred and forty students. During the past year the department has grown, not only in numbers, but the students' work has won recognition in many different lines. Last March at the junior exhibit, held under the auspices of the Columbia Art Association, many of the students received honorable mention in both painting and designing, and at the State fair, in October, the following prizes in the amateur class were won by pupils in the department: Hrst and second prizes in still life in oils, second in landscape in oils, and first in still life in water colors, first and second prizes in posters and lettering, second in textile design, first and second in cast drawing and first in charcoal drawing. In addition to these local successes, designs have been sent to several national exhibits and competitions and with equally gratifying results in this broader field. Last May following our own exhibit a number of textile designs were sent to the Art Alliance exhibit in New York and were not only hung in the exhibit but one was sold to a manufacturerand another was selected for a traveling exhibit-this being considered quite an honor, as many hundred designs had been sent in from all over the United States. Page Three Hundred Ninety-six 1 G - le 'B CC I 5 Q v- 9- .Q 9 ? 123 In 9 'Ci Q 9 :I o ,CF yr. 5 IQ KT: 9 G Q: B- .Gi C2 l'I Q: B- , Q 54. ra b- Q Q. S :Q Q 5 G Q 5 IQ Q: 56 I S E 9- I 'N- 1 iv 5 T w .. i UAE?-6 img R .si 1 N25 has grown a as Emery. The ,pg pu one hundred 3 Q, vnu. not only , , 5,1 Hmm lines. B. ,I 3 Qigmbia Art H' 1 wh painting ww. inthe H A ,md priz2S . J Q, in water td i design, V' gveral I 5 Us in this IV1 we desizfll f A hang lil If ' -WJ low f a hundffll in ' 'l .,:j4.3.s. ,Q::,Wv,Y ' P' 'D' 'Xl ff, 'ning f . .vrvfl if ' ' V ' 4:55. QA.,--K 233- :ull Tl-IE ART SCHOOL This 'fall the students in the third year designing class entered designs in a competition for covers for the World's Classic Series. This was an inter- national competition so the art students were justly elated when one of them was notified that her design had been among those sent on from New York to lsondon to the committee for final selection. The result has not yet been pub- lished but it may Well be that in the future the volumes of the World's Classic Series may have a jacket designed by a Carolina student. Designs have also been submitted for covers in the Home Beautiful Magazine contest. The win- ners in this contest have not yet been announced. The Art Department is under the direction of Miss Katherine I-Ieyward. yvho teaches the classes in designing and art history. Miss Elizabeth White is in charge of the painting classes and Miss Catherine Phillips is assistant in designing. Miss Phillips taught the classes in design and painting during the summer school in 1927 and at the same summer school a class in Public School Art was added to the regular curriculum under the direction of Miss Belle Quat- tlebaum and proved to be a very popular course. The reputation of the art department is not only spreading throughout the State but is reaching beyond its borders and in the four years of its existence students have come especially for art Work from several other states so that the . . . . d d department bids fair to become the departmentgthat it was originally inten e to be-a real vital influence which but in the Whole Southland. will make itself felt not only in this State Page Three Hundred Ninety-seven I I -I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I L.-...., ,,.. ....,..,,.... .,,,..., .,., ,...,...,,..............i........ -Y..,..,a, .,.-........ . ..---.....,, .T - ,,,.. I., -Is'..- feta- V I:-I F ,,- ,FB IfiiI Se e .58 Goes bel ong . tgi- Student Art W ork ey The 1929 GARNET AND BLACK art staff attempted something this year that has been tried in very few college annualsin the United States. The student artists not only drew all of the main division pages and subdivisions in the book, but also planned and drew the borders. It is a credit to both the art department and its stu- dents that such talent has been developed at the University of South Carolina. With promising artists being trained each year, it is safe to say that each succeeding issue of THE GARNET AND BLACK will contain only drawings thathave been made by regularly enrolled studentsof the University. ,gg as aug 'Fi' 358 55 f Egeil bj H2 ig! 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Clhilllislierl in the April isstlt' .il 'l'li.- ji,,,,,,,,., The Town Theatre and the University The Town Theatre is recognized today as one of the foremost of the three thousand l.ittle Theatres of America. Since its beginning in l924 thousands of people have enjoyed its per- formances and hundreds of students have become acquainted with "first nights" and "grease paint." In the classroom students are taught the theory of modern play production under the able directorship of Professor William Dean, and in the theatre they have learned actual staging and acting. The plays have not only benefited the University students and members of the Columbia Stage Society, but Town Theatre productions have been in constant demand in a number of towns and schools in both North and South Carolina. ' Among the plays that University students have acted and staged this season are: "March Hates," "He and She," 'AThe Circle," and "The Pigeon." Favorable comment on the pro- ductions have appeared in nationally known magazines, such as Theatre Arts and Drama and in the New York Times. ' Former students are continuing dramatic Work and directing plays at other Little Theatres, As a whole, The Town Theatre is fulfilling its purpose of acquainting students with "Drama on the Stage" and implanting the germ of appreciation and love for true art. Page Four Hundred One .,13-EV . - , D ' " 1'V?- "fury ffl... 'I-' CMYK III' 'Q-I. ' f,-"K 'VI'-I 'H' my Xx' ' V 'S,'H','i,?3?JIf"J7'1'?YI"" I,'g'F1ff',,I'i'11,' M Q f 7?'iI',t, ,1'i. .JY3.'SJYi.- 'TW Iliff The Thespian Club QDRAMIBIP CLUBD First Term I-,min , ev" L ur . Y, Tv J 1' 7'1- IV,-ff if-r fiixil! Pi' 51' X . -I IKM ffm, ff' T" ,L of If W Q .vruf ,D M N71 'Cf' ix, K 3.71 J f ,rf X. 13 ,iff - Kg fix C ,C-, X- 4, P '43 .f'32N fx' T4 gxh. ,I 3' f. .Em :,'.,Lv-2 'Y .F ,' ALF, 5' if' 71, 5 AQ j', ' I 'A' a. r -I .'.- f IQ! 'TQ . ,I '.X ,A X may f.V,,i, f is M I' ,I ALICE PRIOLEAU . . ........... . .President i Second Term NANCY DEPASS. . . ........... . .President BATES, A. D. DAVIS, SARAH DEPASS, NANCY POWLES, EMILY GANTT, FLORIDE GOODING, AUBREY GUIGNARD, SUSAN HAMMOND, BLAND HARVIN, FRANK MEMBERS MIKELL, ALICE MCCARRELL, BEE MCLANE, ROBERT MCNALLY, THOMAS OULLA, JACK PRIOLEAU, ALICE PRITCHARD, EDWARD QUATTLEBAUM, DOROTHY QUATTLEBAUM, JULIA ,-1-'PIII s fm l,fff-1' ., . T' I I I ,ef-,I - I ax 4 , .f I.,4 B.. I 1, .JI ,dy "..s' , I I 'I if -4 xr II -rs? l,, fs "I rj'-I . , 11 f , I X-2 ,X HAYNES, MARGARET RICHARDSON, SARA ST HEYWARD, ELIZABETH RUMPH, FRED HILDEBRAND, RAYMOND SIMS, WALTER HUTCHINSON, MARY SPANN, ROBERT I JACKSON, DARICE SPARKMAN, FRANCES . JONES, ELIZABETH TAYLOR, WILLIE B. I JONES, SUZANNE WAUCHOPE, RO-BERT 1,'., ff MARSH, DOROTHY eWOO'DS, WILLIAM if Page Four Hundred Two ,L I, LL.. ,, J C ?P' f' QS' -. kv. K., I? J. U U Ala :P , iv ,,, 7- 9' P I I,,, 'Sf fi It I 'lu Ml AQ, 1, 3 0,35 I:- '-li ah I K-75 9. . Qin 0 f 524 1, I .f ITS in , 5, ff I ,fig Qu I , - ,I , 5.41 fi R3 6.2 FN .7 + .TQ I 131' kph A S? 'S 6 President .President ann:-if AW' i mlfw 5355 pw mai' a-W' 545,35 1 i. ll E K. 4 9 ,. I l F l Sig, 'TTT TY .fi is lf gs. '-5':KC'-3?'lf'iSTn-7 . .1 A ff? M--4.f:,,,, , l I g r ' ,CHJ 73 -if 1 4 -x x , ,tr ,Xi C -4 .s F. .s .rl 'I fi .ff 4"l s-f x lik w. , .. 'fo 'nfs 3 V f W C : 1 Yffifif 'UTY fi H ff f X A , . , a VSLY UWQD: lil yiillftvv :l"1vf9l'1V N2 I glfcvgshz 7 QI, Y ,r 1, 7 X, ,I ' 1, ,' ' I .4 v If l gaaJ,,,, ,,,,raitrrrc,, Ivuwinemerenweg .,-25 We ST' 'ii If ffl bit lf, luv, ggi, QQ ga as 'T I bm 'Y M14 ,AAT an 6 Y Egg QQ. 553 fp, gli . ffl The Thespian Club if-ff at . . ' f. ii-fx The Thespian Club, formerly known as the Drama Club, was T organized for the purpose of cultivating the art of dramatics. The club has a membership of Z5 or 30 men and women students of the University, all of Whom have been active in Stage society produc- igifl . . 5- re- t1ons, and a large number of Whom are enrolled in the regular dra- my 1 matic classes conducted by William Dean, head of the Dramatic De- ,- partment of the University. gg ' As the GARNET AND BLACK goes to press, the Thespians are 4,61 l 7 p planning to present in the State Contest, "The Monkey," a one-act i play. Mr. Dean will choose the entire cast from the members of the if-4 1-yy Thespian Club. The Thespians also will have charge of handling 5 ,xx . . . 1 ' ' . .U 1 the stage properties, selling the tickets, and attending to the details which enter into the presentation of a stage production. alggi 2.3 ilivx inf! E 9fXfKQ ,ill . M f-+4 Q 0 '1- 959 of CQ, 5-4- feb F'-if 2X ggi :gi 22 fled 5 Page Four Hundred and Three 1, -T 4.42 it M4 p AV 1 P 5 g V V' H in T an ,X um .xx ,ft Q ggi.. .Get 17:i1C:,t'Y'9'J:: ,e 6.'.f?f,ClygJ'1g:g:, ,D s lr . ., .,,, ga C . 1 l Qi'QslY.xSlfDYlf','f,lli1-1?f3YtT'.T2lYQ'1ali?'EENtiff??Yw',f':lYL?',"-JYtfi'iiYti'fJ Ytf',',1Yl," "fl Vt ll Ylf 'jYlg",'f'jYlff'fq'ji' J ' A ,F fl. - 1.5 .. '. .N ' ,max . X, Ji :A ,-1: fl, ,ktw r. , Rf-Z, .,- vi rf. v I, 5:11 1. ,A f'n 12 A. A .yxf an .-P3 N "-" x f k. 'N -1 A - N! f, ff, .x ,-. gc v .r ,N A s ,-Y A C,-gf. F16 4-3' pl xg: 1 TJ ff We-Tr O p 211141 Fm Music Department , A The Music Department of the University of South Carolina, while one of the recent departments, is a very rapidly growing one and one having a distinct influence musically over the entire state. MauriceMatteson, the Director of Music, was engaged by Dr. Currell, President of the University in 1921, to organize and direct Glee Club activities on the Campus. With the advent of -Dr. Mel- ton 1922, asPresident of the University, theoretical courses were 'lid'-'i ' added to the curriculum and the 'Department of Music was organ- ized. Besides a complete theoretical course, the Department arranges courses in Voice, Piano, Violin, Organ and Instrumental Study. .lil - At the present session, 1928-29, the enrollment ofthe Music 151-5 Department is 147 students. This does not include the many pri- vate students of applied music. t ' ' up , The 'Department of Music occupies the second floor of 'Plinn 1-"-li Hall and is comfortably equipped with pianos, practice rooms, lece ture rooms' and other facilities for modern presentation of music media. P ' t - ' 42,2 U Among the outstanding developments of the Department of - 'Musicis the University Clee Club which annually entertains thou- sands of South Carolinians and is always considered one of the superior Glee Clubs of the South. V Q ' The Co-ed Follies is also an outgrowth- of the Department of Music's ideato present the young ladies in some way rather than the Q15 conventional form of choral entertainment. Prom their first show, "Say Arabella," they have proved an evergrowing success. arf The Departmentconducts "Music Week" every spring, which is gradually finding more and more favor and drawing a larger clientele of the interested- "Musical Public" to the University Qiglfl Musicals. . 1. . - The Band, three JazzOrchestras, the newly organized Concert Orchestra, the Choral Society, the Co-ed Follies, and the two Glee Clubslfor boys and girls, provide a varied outlet for almost any musical talent the University of South Carolina student may have. is Page Four Hundred and Four , , ,,,. R, ,, , r, ,,. ,C , , , , I hQgZjQKfffjljfjfl4Qj4fl1gQGlAfift'l5QQeflAQf4SlAQQBEE5X554655153k?lZKi?y'LSli5lf?6iSf5Rl?fl4ff1ilWilE4153'2ilf1?65DfzRQililllitfgiflgllwr an N. 1 11-1 fx X' U1 .EYxiii?IY155'29fl11f7f35' Q5f'ElY11S'ff1V'F7'? lV1S''13W"219'Rf'e"-,1YfLTT1'"1lYiiT'fpi'Ft'21YQ1Q"f?2Vi-"'J 'A I FJ - 941- ' V: Q ' ,ee X , EAR ., ,, . ,. , .. YA. 'YL..!Yig',,1fA,'ff-F1 Q 5. Gleo Club MAURICE MATTESON . . . , , Dirggfof FRED L, RUMPH. . . . . .President ROBERT N. JONES. . ......... Manager 1. K. ,gf 1'Q F-1- ni A fir .If r, ,Q ff, 1 fn' ' rr .X 1...j Y-1 ,f-,,. 1 'fl 5.21. ffm ,. - '1 Q' 1,5 'fix f S' Jl 31, A 6 fr-n X1 elkv W, 1.5! , , 12 iff' 'E X9 ,f ii K. A ,- 'X F-A 1 ' 1' A X 44 ic P S 9'-Q .j if P 4' 7" '. 11V-11:"1 K 'ij P 'if ff'4Qf1 14 -'rj My if 6 T272 U1 31 Q- 1 A- -' QQK' af- N iv Y. 1. af 'rw' V x .. , . 5-3 A ' f 1 K ui?-I qv: flea f, . 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JONES ROBERT MCLANE 52: NIGEL LEAGUE GEORGE MEETZE Qw 6..j JAMES RUDISILL 52? U19 gf-fx. Page Four Hundred Seven f f f f f' f of O f Ai." Jig' Fw? 'LrrY'E7' ' .5-ifx J E, vis.. ,1, ,376 I ,yank W, X N ,yr jj 1. ,,A,.L 31,7 .ge-A igbc. 17 ftf. 1113 'Alf' I, Kc. . F : . if :Q -SY17' aj SY 6, . 8 KIJIJVXN 1 .Wk . ,.- ..,..',A,,.,,.., ., , .,.-- qu.. , , 1. ,.. . .. -, .. r,.V,,. , , ..,. . . ...-.-..-....,.......-....-.f........,....--......,,......... --.,......,..-.. ...-, ........A.... ,.. .,,.,, ,.,, --.- X ., . ,. ...... , ,, -, - . -..W .-....,..-.. .. -,.. . ,. , :T af f 5 ' J' 1 M gt -. .... ,, u y-f-....,1,.,, ' 1 l.. 'M V 1 41, xv C11 Cd f 5 :APV1 VJ A' 'RT QEZQ, Y:-A 1 :ij .o X 'fly 1 I ' 11 '3'fI':1- E112 riff 7 fi 4: .W ,fy- y,. 4 5,3 Si A 15.82 grit! F1355 2' K 2' rigs' KEEP 75,1 gf 'xg ' v 2:5 'f if ffif xv, 115 , fl nr!-" K H. by if ,A., L, - --ff --'v-- W- glint! ' 3' fi' 1 tics' Jw. GEORGE E. OLsoN ..... ........... D rrecror 2-551' SQ WILLIAM H. WALTER ....,, . . . Student Director 51, fr Iii' HARoLD W. FUNDERBURKE . , . . . Manager 151133 9- 1' - 1515, 6731 A 'vii af 25' 9. I Sponsors Q21 4 MISS OTHELLA' JoHNsoN Miss AILEEN FUNDERBURKE " 9 my J 21 .xA ,V ,Emi 11-:qi Qi' lit:-Z , QLUKTI i fm, 1 -2 figf 16.5 SE gr "' f, ff, I fill' 1255 QQ 9:5 " 1 .:- Page Four Hundred Eight j, 1 -rl I 'xg-,ff M ' , 1 4 or 15,2 5 fb -lfffflr QE? A Q-Sf EN Tfivra fif3T1wNQ'3ET A B 54151211511-'ffifrffvf N "rx N"1Sf3li :4gBfAfiq1xf Lkfifgfi, A5119 5fM:41JA QTWNH A 5 '.,u 1 5 " Y' f 1 5 V ,Gi 9 QT YL Qs r' r ? Q9 7 Pl ,GT KU yy, K5 ,pw gr Q I 2 ' In 'P As 171 1 In 'P 1 ,. 1:11 7. if 1 4' F K1 1 91. u I. P1 if 3 x' 1 15:9 ll rj? SQ ll 9' 1 S., . I' QI? 1 7 11 n 5 lilo In ll. S5 135 ll 9 4 gn bi 1 9- 151 f. 5 lg? Q. A 4. 1 S .DIIECIOI hi DW lm! . rf" Q . , f I . -X ..'f' Clarinets W. A. BRUNSON, III MAsON C. BRUNSON S. P. DEWITT KENNETH MONTEITH PAUL RITCH KARL WINGARD Trombones W. H. WALTER SAM WALTER DONALD R. MANCE WILFRED BAUKNIGHT Trumpets ANTHONY YOUNG MACK SHACKLEEORD C. J. BROWN H. W. FUNDERBURKE The Band PERSONNEL Suxophones MARION I-IOLMAN JULIAN KRAWCHIECK Barilone LORAINE HICKS D. J. RICHARDSON Allos L. J. HORTON ROGER WATSON Bass M. L. BROWNE GEORGE P. WATSON Drums HERBERT BLACK FRED SHACKLEEORD Page Four Hundred Nzm 1 -. e. .4 .,, A N. v! Q ,J RQ.-v F ,H ' .wfwff was 7fJr3L" 5 fm E4 ' a,w,,f '-..-my' ,111 : E va ff fag Eh. v AE LM aff Qf, ,'-.Yv :IYQ JYM, -YRMY31.,M3w,2lYw a 'g5Yef.E,' '53 fm .1 H Nix ",x'f'ff,?,f XXX' !' .L fy 1' 'F' ' Y- A gif! X31 aa 1' s- ' - RE? 1 Qik G a I K , . Q: - ,, fL"1n 'ix 'fx fig? 'J 'gr Vx Jim, K 1 ,X Q 'tfli -3: -Q If--:il ' f, it fag !ff'f:Q" gxxgt "jx ' if ka .fi Q- -5' 'f lg, I A ? A ,a X3 E E 69: rf' af 43" ' a 1 A . 29 if! a :Za 57' "ff ifuf- H fi 571 'trim J 1'-5 px, jg, gf .1 fgjgx 16: . un, K. ik? 'L :fir l Tv! QQ. a if fffft Z? a 'E if ? fi' ij V-XJ 'R f ff"A'! T' W . ,....,...... Quvi, T Q'-if jg' elf? 1- A3 ,,..,vn fl, Symphony Orchestra 53113 X 11 frm - if AURICE MATTESON. . . .... Dzrecror .E ,LD ' QQ-5 . 1 E' . f My In ELIZABETH FREEMAN. , I , Assistant gg! F5-"5 r A fi'1.i'7 ,516 Vw . A. BRUNSON . . . Manager g,g,, A412 LV? lm -', U 's A.: '13 Q V, V ' ' Ly 5,5 MISS HELEN SHAND, Sponsor C552 ' gf, ff' Ll , If, ,l " yf vii: 4.1, :egg -5 big 35,5 ffsvim 7' If . XX-Pi -,VE in "P '. 2,11 ij -If 1 '27 'A ', F L' .1 1- W I TTJ F639 65' ff"Q3 f .igif ia ,J Cid' Q, qw 1 f" , Y7'fx , ffesa 1112? E vii, Page Four Hundred Ten vu ...N H ' ' -Elifigi, E. E ,, g 31 ' Hifi 'Efifpff A 535' ff "XI-"lY"'?f"' 1xS P5 ifw- 'fx 1 N' -y fl 'a fzifvlgil-fin nfif' SW f31LJAE.!!. A Qi A QL 1-K 4' A ii A 'H Ai? A,a'f55',l5sEifWA N"faiiPfa'.1jfj'aff1A' f!rW'f+ff'EY-N" 7i"'f"" ' 'Q fx .I I J 'C 3 ,J fe wx if ,- . 'f , all 1" .' ' 'K '1 ,Q QV. 7 32 f f A K 1 M 513 57: 2 73' E vz xl. ' fi' X7. it E rf ,M . E li. flff 13,1 fi-'J W 'ggi ff!! L xkfy , .5-.f, gl Lf Ll X 7. I5 -xx 'QP f W fa, ' E: 47 UI- 1' fx Cl' f. "TY , L YL. N CJ? ' A x Ifhf, a is a gif "Ji A HQ L Kill, ,L q "N 51. 1 X7.lf: I X1-' : 5 I: "QT , ?". e '- f I, 1 fQ-X3 Q2 E, XJ' 'bv Q LV :Xp Xiu' in :ii 7. Fr ' .A 5-Q X 1, . .VY - . Cf , r f. A ik 543 ravi is Drkertor .wwf law 1 1 I I .ai- Sv if' .XS 'Q-Y Q21 XVI .wg .1 .5 " 'QL Xu .rpg f,-xy 9,3 url' .IX 1, AP' XT I. MI-- LJ, l"I' 1 if I I ,I I I . I- . I . I ' 1, V I , I I. 5 ,JG 5 . J I, I I . L I .I I . 2.1 Iw- L , I I j"I F 1 IN s Y. E I . I,-1-4, 3 ., I . wi.. F- K' 1, 8 'Xu :--.Q V. O CX 1 :K- f ,U .,.......,. . ......... , .-- Symphony Orchestra' First Violins ELIZABETH FREEMAN KAL BERKOWITZ MITCHELL MORSE ROSALYN KEYSERLING SARAH WICKER JEAN BENTON SANFORD LEVCOFF LORRAINE HICKS ICellos RACHEL LITTLE MRS. D. TAYLOR ALLEN TAYLOR Second Violins NVILLIAM TAYLOR L. C. GRANT MABEL HOLLAND GLADYS LIVINGSTON FRANK REAVES PERCILLA ADAIR MARIE ULNER BERLINGER TURBYFILL BARBARA REAVES Woodwind Bm-95 W. A. BRUNSON ......... . . .Clarinet ASHER P. BROWN. . . . . . S. P. DEWITT. . . . . .Clarinet ANTHONY YoUNo. . . . GEORGE GLSON . , . . . . .Oboe MACK SHACKLEPORD- - - MARGARET REAVES . . Trombone DONALD IVIANCE Piano MRS. DULIE HANSEN E ROY CHAMBERLAIN, Assistant Drums HERBERT BLACK Trumpet . Trumpet .Trumpet . Trumpet Page Four Hundred Eleven , 1515, 'WI i. nh U rdeinvfg Kin LJA '-.. Xi Q , I 1, IL.- . .. NM L 5 ,Liv T' 'ILA M! I. XA -XT I 'if r, ,rx Q55 3 if , A .1. I-Il. X. .f. lux ,LI X ,1- I . u-I .ij A I-i ng. nu'- .LVL , .f. f, ,Aj X , fi, X I- K I- 1 r:, I ' I X INK' I.,H u -I Q..-z ...Q I V., .Y .I .u 9--ci I li", ,I ki. L," I H'-'X' 34' ,1 ff Ixus' if HIC' IK., I L 4f.,'2.I . I ..x, Qui' L1'.,l x , lvs 2-ui: I DV: 4 ,C fwf- J 72 flgli if cl., ix 1 .!. 2: .1 Q .n J ff' ff: r .3 bo, P! f- I N- 4' 1,5 K L Lx", 9'2" 7,..'. Ly! is 4 x 2-- f 'I J n I? f. !', -'. ,A M, -o I- X .1 s 1 0 Q ,Q .N 'f .T - ' ,v 1 , 7 i f 7A7 M '4'ee " ""' i 'k ' "ff --.,.---MM xg lm . 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HUTTO, Manager Ae be PERSONNEL ASHBY LUPO . . . . .Saxophone and Clarinet BOB DOWLING ....... . . .Saxophone ana' Clarinet KENNETH MONTEITH . . . . . .Saxophone and Clarinet NORWOOD MCLAULIN . . ..........., Trumpet RAY EDWARDS . Q ..... . .Trumpet WILLIAM H. WALTER . . . .Trombone J. A. HUTTO .....,. ,,,., B C188 BILL WATSON . . . , , Piano LINDSAY HALL . CoBB GOLBERG . . ...Banjo .- ...Drums Page Four Hundred Fourteen 1 QUO- uf' sf' uf' fr 1 l"" 7 ,xv .' I., 14' f History of Gamecock Orchestra The Gamecock Orchestra of today has grown from an organization begun by the never-to-be-forgotten Tom Stone, "Sport" Saunders and Newell Wim- berly. These three men, though laboring under discouraging handicaps, built up a musical combination that without a doubt ranks with the best of college orchestras of today. I V At the beginning the personnel was limited to seven men, but as the years passed, careful additions were made, until the orchestra today has a total of eleven men. It is worthy to note here that in refilling the places that.have been left vacant by graduation and in making additions to the instrumentation, not only has the musical ability of the man been considered, but hisvpersonality and likeable traits as well. Such practice has proved to be the best method of de- veloping a smooth-working harmonious combination, rather than relying on the individual brilliance of several distinguished musical artists. The orchestra began its prominent engagements in the summer of.l925 at Kanuga Lake Inn, one of the fashionable summer resorts in the "Land of the Sky." The summer of 1926 saw the Gamecocks playing in Rotterdam, Hol- land, where they Hlled a three months' engagement at "Pschoor Dancing." Next year, the orchestra was employed at the Casino de Deauville, one of the largest and most fashionable resorts of its kind in France. They went over with a "bang" and the impresario was so well pleased with their performance that he sought a return engagement for next year. The past summer the orchestra played a week at Tybrise, opposite "Whitey" Kaughman and his Victor recording artists. The remainder of the summer was spent at Brunswick, Ga., where the Gamecocks were featured at Glenn Island, and on the floating hotel, "Amphitrite," which is the only one of its kind in America. The orchestra should well be proud of such engagements because each caters only to the most exclusive patrons and is topnotch in its vicinity. In June, 1929, the Gamecocks will in all probability be booked by the American Corporation of Music, and will no doubt spend the summer in the United States. The orchestra's local reputation is beyond dispute. The Gamecocks have played at practically all the colleges in the two Carolinas, Georgia and Alabama. The Gamecocks have been a credit to the University, and it is to be sincerely hoped that the members of the fruture organization will maintain the repu- tation set by their predecessors, and carry the name of the University of South Carolina abroad and throughout the United States. Page Four Hundred Fifteen FJ' ii .1 .V L ,. A. n , 1 Page Four Hundred Sixteen , ' . Q Xiff'.i-Eff' -ff, -. -' .Qi'?,i?1-'5.'j',-f' A' , :'f'5F. . ..-,1':'L-62'-:Jiffx , . " ' ' if. 1. ,. -5115 ff-iff 1 .' - N 'V , , , ' X I 3 -2 ..- f5:f::-ggi,gn-g-K33.213--j5Qg.g,5,Q fj - 'Q , 4 12- LL, , X. ' - . 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ZINC BENT, Editor FIRST ISSUE ' ' AND - NEVER AGAIN Elm: 97' .PL Most RECENT HALLUCINATIONS Claude Dunbar tpatient doing welll U nitterstil tl Can! een. has written a constitution for the Racliou Olson twax' ollt thinks the University band 'll 1 W1 p ay 3 COHCEIT SOOTI. hi - Burt Xloore tno htipet is running for s reputation, lionulus President of the Student Body on ---Y oll his htits l 8 Jllt I Reese 'now in the stritiglil-bjaclxetl dared W d H a e ampton to get 'e .ind light .i tlttel. hetxtttse he "t'ailroaded" political legislation in ..- i lioh Simrlot tthis ease is pitilult has organized A wholesale rating house, l is stlltn nit s 1 ' 3.1 t e in l lotlss ul 541 to the highest bidder. lD.ix'e Rolwtiistin t.t trifle quieter last nightl ean't understand Why they t1llitl'ti iuftll xxhtn lit hints e gn 1 eye. ' - - ' .ell lounded the law school. l.ttl f ht tht ti s tl ts tltul . ,-.e f .tg tl e . . ' ioliet thinks .tll the University students are his thtltlien .tn-l t.ills them .ill hx' pet names. . .,.., x 1 'K' ' ' l .- l'.,tyn.t-, l,t,l-, tinmtl t--tttpletelv tgtiitel expttssttl lht htlttl that tht Lttt x l-LII' lit-l .tlttttttii .ut l'll t . . jtdm- f-'tllll' fltutttlretl Ntirteteett A..-n -Y.-.-.ff 'QY MY Sf? Y S52 i,i'f"T,IflN,? EW?WI'-l'EEfQ5if4'? YQif?lYQfQYfii'9lE? ifiT'fJV ffff iV 44 355 75' I lf: ful H44 xc. 3-5 iii .fc-75 Yi: 1 l tiff I gm. 6357? Xff' f'-2? P .-rj TS RQ ,nt val. -E1 1-I ff l-3:2 g .SBI 373 Q-Q FS 'il , P' 'I , C55 E-Ji so ' my -xff, U 511 I ':.' 'J ,532 ICLTAJ tim R Sf? N171 1 ,. "Q I, -'1 f'-1 .ir .1 , fb' I? xii' I nl? 5 535' riff, fl j -uw lx Jap SMEQB 4 ' 'I X my 7:53 ,I-,vu :Q ill vii, X 'up Nm Q Q' D Ly-frail -lm Dm FJXX. C251- .Q3'.l' l I I' 1 'ff -I XfiQ,"ii L? ' I K , I ff' ,T . tl will ,III I I ,i,If,I,f.yI ia-- - -.- ,- ..... 1'-a3LZ0i1.2'i - 135' ------ -- - - Drink Ne-Hi g Synonymous With Cuood Taste SOLD AT ALL THE BEST CONEECTIONARIES 4 The Alladin's Lamp for Thirsty Folk 9 , 9 9.00303 Q Q QI l Q0l0QOQOQOQ0i0l'l-iUQUQ'0i0QOQUQllQ i Q Q i lQ I MO Oyiiill 1 i i0i0QOQ0l0l0l I HOQUQOi0i0QOQllQ0i0QOQOQOQI Q Q if Q Q1 0:0 THE STATE BooK oo. 5 I I 2 I ! g PRINTERS C BINDING AND ENGRAVING I STATIONERY-OEEICE SUPPLIES 9 'OQJQOQ 1 i Q illl0lUi0l0l0l0Q ll!-ill!DQO1-0l0iUl0QUQOQCQ i l i QKOZO 9 Ofliili Q QKQ TOQOQ0i0i Q,D2Di0illilll0QIll0l0l0i0QOQ0l 1 l Q QOQCOIQ I U ! Q g TI-112 ool ,LEGE sHoP g Collegiate Hangout for Everyone i Agents for John Ward Shoes and Brooks Tailoring "Make the College Shop the First Stop, the Place Where ! Collegicms Meet." I Q fi F:Q.lQ0l i Q Q l i i Q l QllQ0l0QilQ0i0i0i l Q 2 Q i Q IQ Q i illiwp Ozflllli Q i i0QU-Ui0Q0i0QlI'21!i0l0Qr!iiK7l0l'0i0iOi0l0i0iC i Q QI l QM 6 5 The R. L. Bryan Company Q "The House of Quality" V I Books, Stationery, Office Furniture and Supplies ! ! i PRINTING-ENGRAVING-LITHooRAPHINo l g BINDING AND RULING i i 1440 MAIN STREET COLUMBIA, 5, C, g Vi.7iIlillillitliflihillilbilli i i i Q E i il l iii Q i0iK7l0Q0l0Q0i0Q 10:0 Page Four Hundred Twenty fn, 17 F nvin, I ,,ia I , I- It 4" .l" ffiicfifflfiffffl!?XlQ?fgAROT "W YLQZXQQBT AEgxtIM'fg5'lflI1jfg5fl5Qigg1,I1fxiQ,gi5Jfiyixlmri,ztilipliilg.H1113,i.1,if.f-fri fi .f arf, f . uf- fm. ,,i -I ,,, I .ww rf' j ,I il af 'K- 'I Nfl' Juv f,. fmt fi... ., ,I we -Q, ri' .. , I fi "xx .sf f f I ff. -l i lfgm , ,., fl .Y In WAI .ffw 'I ,L ,J gk. if I . 1. .4 I I.. .9 fm Lv 6 'F-' U71 iii 1-'f-I Q,'L.g:l 'F N 'L -X J' , 4. Ig., ,J A I L , .I -:D C A. .A ,7 w 1. ,' f I 'ff' f. "CN fs I en. t my :Nik jfxffl ax-ffl 1 1- I I xl f 1 ' i" Nl . - I iq ,Q. L I , -X, -S S ts fi ,. .F .A I .ZW .nil s, I still . ,xxx t 'ff l ,ai 1 W I . 3 . I , I .MX f'.l1 fi - I l fl ld' Min We mm muve'f""" I It I ' A 5 Y -P J' 7?--X r.. T., ,-,f p ,- Jr H-.. WHALE OF A DIFFERENCE P03 , ng. 61,2 ' The supervisor of a Western railroad received the following note from one v fy of his track foremen: ff 1. LL "I am sending in the accident report on Casey's foot When he struck it Figs, KM ff . With the spike maul. Now, under 'Remarks', do you Want mine or do you Vi: Want Casey's ,, ? is. -Euerybodgfs Magazine. 3 . f sri KT? , ,4 .irq I1 K .x iff, THE MEAN THING .x WIEEY: "John, there is someone in the pantry and I've just made a pie." HUBBY: "Well it's all right With me as long as he don't die in the house." . X I , is. WISE BOSS ef "What did the boss say when you told him you sat up all night With the gf? baby?" 5 "He asked me if she Was a blond or brunette." ' in THEN HE GAVE IT UP Told by Vincent Massey, Canadian minister, at the Knife and Fork Club dinner: . A An English bird lover was trying to interest a Woman in the cardinal. I "I want you to see the cardinal," he said. "Sir," she replied, "I do not care to meet an ecclesiasticf' "But this is a bird," he protested. "Sir," she said, "I am not interested in his private life." BILL TAYLOR: "HoW'd you get to see Sadie after her old man barred you from the house?" OTHER QUARTARZE: "Oh, I saw her incognitof' TAYLOR: "Well, who 'vvould have thought it." BURT IVIOORE: "Your majesty, NO Woman ever made a fool out of me." QUEEN: "Well, who was it then?" Page Four Hundred Twenty-one f I -x , A I .i ".x,,50'fIL ,.'t','nX,x'av i II I 14 -e 'wh 1. v f., f. YQ ' . if J ' ' ef , ,,M,,, W , 20"'"'l""'4"4""""0"""'"'0'4"W'0"K' ' 'mi' S i ' g oRoWSoN PRINTING oo. 5 S C l 'ii Q PHONE 4109 918 MAIN ST. COLUMBIA, S, C. j Rf, C . ' v!4Igu gg1g1ggg an 4: 1 1 .1 1 2:2 1, iiiiiiii If 43 205 I ' 13' oAowcsIcn 1 il?i0i0iUi0i0ill!!TCillJif?T0loif7i0i0C3030iUi0i 1 -D 1 1011014 Q BURNETT'S DRUG CQ. Carolina Headquarters - Only One Block from Campus DRUGS SUNDRIES I SUPPLIES Q sm S ' ., Cai 828 MAIN ST. 'COLUMBIA S, C, Q ww -N, EH I ! 5 ! 1" W I jg L X .v ..,, ll.lQllQ ilDlK7i0l0QOi0l0i0l :mio -3.2 9:0li1l10i0i0i010i0i 3 Q Q XA-Y .SX rl Q4 .L , ., - .F Qizlb Ogvil 1 1 1 i 1 3 .'r. , ' X, 1 a 'iQiQQiililliTlllQQilllK0':Q It " ! Q 40 fx E I 1.1 I 4 'XSD THE BON MARCHE 2 16' +"v . i :: .- KN r. Sa . V , - Q32 'It' - FI' A J-D "' ri O! I, U Q Q ..., M, 1. H ' - I I 'PQ i i -Is C I : oi 5 Avg ,P fa" i Columbia iS indeed South Caro1'ina'S Shopping center and '1- Eff, The Bon Marche is the center of Columbiafs Shopping. I 4. -R .fx -.. .. II '33, ! I a i -A P! ' C Q 'C ! I . , . I ga ,5-3 Q South Carolzna S Outstandzng Style Store i 4921 i I WQI E334 3 - , . G -y 'iff Q I U wp I 1600 MAIN STREET CoLUMEIA, S, C. 15+ ff? '5 C 'G ! BON MARCHE ! W ! ! Ii-S at-5 ! S In f' ' 9.010111211332111 213 1:31131iiiiiiiiiioicozo NP' hifn "Lal Page Four Hundred Twenty-two 'xijif -, r, I, C I F , , A '4' f2:7E5f 1fM f 1 i IiAVlfI,IN11 MAN: "Arc you going lo thc dnncc lOl1ig1hIfV' iulflJNIJSI'ldlN'II'li1 "Nui l'vc .1 msc oi' lllI1llW.1gO,M Ulm Ihr! S III rlylml llwwc mllvpv S'II'li llfllllx IIIVIINHQ IINNL' ki . . , . , I A . . K .I v lynI1l1'l'UHl flumzuz lu. in ' H Q ' '- -N' x x my-1 W- ' iii -f' 'if ilw -VH "i, ,Q 1 ni. ., 1. it 1, . +,. . . 5. A . . ,, . , . . . ,. f 1 ,X I 5 . . i x : 4 J 1 1, I p Q r v . - 1-,IW ij .lm ,ella .YW vllyfvlf-Vg-' '. ,'-it V, re, I N iii i V J ik vis H i I A i Iv' 'VL JV! Jivi avi 'JZ fm ii! i f,. .,, iii..-. it J '- -lun-.fa-M' ,,, ,xw Fm! I Q Q YLVA BRo . E Q Q I oFPER AS ALWAYS Q - I ! The best merchandise of the world's products at as low a cost as is consistent with ! Q the best quality. ' l ! Diamond Jewelry heads the list as a gift, always. Single stone engagements Q ! from S25 to 32,300 Dinner Rings from S35 up. Wrist Watches, 325 to ! l S2,000. Brooches, S15 to 51,000 and up. i Q Call in and look them over. It will be our pleasure to show and advise you E ! if advice is wanted. Plain figure mark-one price to all. i ! E ! hr Q ! ! ! I 3 SYLVAN BRos. 5 g 1500 MAIN STREET MAIN AND HAMPTON g ! i S7 SETOF eh- ?. f THE PRATERNITY GRIP Page Four Hundred Twenty-four -.r..' "frm --1 1 X 1 'fin 3 :iii 'vii' ,ISV up if, 'A 1 . i, . ....-..-..............,......,.....,.y .,....e,.,. . . .. .1 LW, xlmh .+y, Y 7 i R' QSM lla? U 5 A v w .f I J, H J ,1L. .. ,lj .' L,xp,nnle,,, Mk.. W FIRST CO-ISD: "Professor Walsh rated me only 50 per cent on sex appeal." SECOND DARKHORSI3: "How's that?" "Il seems that I have sex, but no appeal." Page Four Hundred Twenty-five V 5 I l i ,ti Y A. In 1 4 lfr, .-4 if 1 ex-fe ,xi J,-f 3 y f , iv-, i "Hs ii ici-. films K '4.. '14 lvl" A x7 iw lik' ,V I, gg, l gan., 5 , 13 ' t 'u. .x V l'2:r' 2, Vx, , s - i lit:- 21' fx , Y. ., we 2 . . . if-L E 'X Q1 . ii "v7'1 I: , .. iii 1, S E 1 ig, il ,M li I v lu, f l if lf f , l: V Il P 1: r - A 1' W H, C. S.: "I see you're growing a mustache." T HPUPH MCCUEN: "Why, yes." 1 1 .I 'ifnl 1 1-ff ,, . ,, li ' .- And on the installment plan. ' 3-'A U u 5 gi, Howszat? ilii "A little down and a little more each week." it . A-W. i I ' I . lt ' li .I 41' ,ix WANTED A CHANGE "Will you go with me to the Zoo?" lift 51 "No, thank you, I'll stay at home. My eldest daughter does the kangaroo walk, my second daughter talks like a parrot, my son laughs like a hyena, my wife watches me like a hawk, my cook is as cross as a bear, and my mother-in- law says I'm an old gorilla. When I go anywhere I want a change." 1".'f ' fy. FLAPPER Cin car and to traflic copj 1 "Are my dimmers on?" COP Cblushingj z "Madam, I wasn't even looking."-Minn. Ski-U-Mah. if Page Four Hundred Twenty-six J li , ., i, . , A .. yy. .1 1 , . , xv- , ,' - ,, 2 L.- . . -, J ..... l-- I-- 2 ix: i 1ie3.,'lfm:iiXJ-ua'-,ex-fr' www..-,Ekff4s1,.lf, .-ffxffpal:-.l-'4cl?K1'15-all'lxx'1wll'7kl 4f'l s-.,,, I v'. X flffzl it 31 Fi I 4321-'H y ltlfj 3 Fi?-59 l Sl.i'iffixX ii iii! l , y 6 lzfill g ifii? 1 x .,,, J, 1 'ig , Eflfi, rn S-Lff gg! il l"fff ?rff"H ff? if qw ,f fs fi i jr- l Vg .51 QQ 4 Q i tx. fgn 4 1 ag.- 'A fl' I 2531 l ,1'-X uw 1l.4jf f ii 'ffxl ill.-,f L3 'L eff? fill "2 , G .sg .,'A 2 if Qy Q -- l i J,, ..Q. l 525' I . x 54-as 4 wif, l lc lf' ! lff' E , 1 .4 it , Qilfili f' 'ff' A A 1, itil 1 . -L' il qlil' Q fulfil l lift' il .stiff M i ,E --.-. 1 'lf li f i M, ,www nw T' I gevfipm nl""'.H H' V Q. T t ,.f 4. -1- .,x XJ, ra- 1 . lv 'L' fr if 1 A ty '-x 'fi'i"' "Q .i:iAi - if 1 - ---N. -Tp f- W ri A v --:- 1 I z V ' vf W: . O ' Yffll 'gill Will VQQQ lL'1 Jkt! , , OE-73 T' 3, 512-'. T Wil? "lil Q23 pl-xi fr-wg, lift-,r 'nj , .651 i ex":?ljQ 34. GW: 'ri'- Y' lu? lip U" 2:1 f X im 9- "jg QS? gfgw Qlfff Qi'-S 1:1 Q23 '23 -iff- QPU fs. it 5:3-N I T 'Kia L Eg fail ff? TYNZQQI -Q-H ., . ,gg-52 FIRST FRESHMAN: Those were excellent Y. M. C. A. cocktails they served at the banquet fir' last night." SECOND WINTER TOURIST: "Vv'hat! Cocktails at a 'Y' banquet?" 5:-Q1 "Why, yes: a glass of milk with a prune in it." rf!! ii 'ix it 14 'fb' 1 -zqfw if-ff, ACCIQENT ? yy.zy.X This news item was found in a small town newspaper the other day: "ill--'11 1 1 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 9 1 17' A Qglgj Mr. Meyers was killed, leaving his wife with twins by a terr1ble accldent. T , yukyf f?':f ei' X lf' ONE LOOK ENOUGH 5.5, it-Al y An Alabama darky was telling a friend of a certain church service he had ffiiifl ,fag-jf attended. "De preacher wasn't feelin' so good last Sunday," he said, Han' he made de stove preach de sermon." .AJ "Made de stove preach?" fail'-ll "YessuhI made it red hot from top to bottom an' den he tells de sinners f'fQN 'yi-ffl to take a good look at it an' go to thinkin'I" lf.. ' kfljxt SPEEDY BUT SAEE Qji, yfj FATHER: "Isn't that young man rather fast?" f DAUGHTER: "Yes, but I don't think he'1l get away." fl - QR ,' ' , , - ' - LA ' T as l , , , H 'S 54 55 "I think I'll commit suicide. 3 w LA 1 if xx ' Good, but turn off the gas when you re through. ne. I J: bl.. fi V' F-mx E l U Page Four Hundred Twenty-svucn N15 ' ' , x-- 5 - 2' 2 ,, .- ...aamvx rf v v.- ,,.,,fu ,ur n ,y.e .' t,' .., if 1 ,L 1.-,sf ,, ,,,,.,N ,M -H fm, ,X I,t. X A x, X X M ' ? .4 N, -I . ,I If ,ix jhfr ,M ,Wl5AI',,W3Apf.,.flYmi ,.t-lmfrvh Al-,Isl LX l 1 . w A 1 ,c ! 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IT XVORKED BOTH WAYS A pompous woman on a train journeying with her son offered the ticket collector her own ticket and a half-fare one for her boy. Now the boy was a big fellow for his age, and the woman was very small. The collector looked at the boy. "Madam," he said, "I can't pass this boy on half-fare. He's tall and he's in long pants." S "Sir," said the woman, "if that be the basis of your decision, use the half-ticket for me." GIVE HER TIME RASTUS: "Ah wants a divorce. Dat woman jes' talk, talk, talk, night an' day. Ah cain't get no rest and dat talk am drivin' me crazy." ' YoUNo LAWYER: "What does she talk about?" RASTUS: "She doan say." NOT THAT KIND OE GAME I LADY: "OfHcer, some men are shooting dice down on the corner." OFFICER: "Madam, what do you think I am, a game warden?" TWO ARE NECESSARY "May I hold your hand for a second?" "How will you know when the time's up?" "Oh, I'll need a -second hand for that." LADY: "I want a pair of shoes for this youngster." SALESMAN: "French kid?" LADY: "I should say not: born right here in South Carolina." Page Four Hundred Twenty-eight M.- Mira, Y. fs, '.r--w-- f-. ff ww rv -sf. - f . a - ' - - ' fi ' I L .. 57,5 i,qKf1,g, .?Aig,5,",fAfj., A -1 w HK s. , dw I , 'Q : It N K N ik ,K 'hi 1191 gp. s-. 'K '91 6 . '41 -A i F vu ., Q . , is 4 -SL! ll -an if A . ' an is 'il 'L if-ll: U' it Q. 43 ui :A V a. :Eg I . 4 -is A ww 1L,y-- Q., 4 'Vuf 4 Q' 'J' I -1+ ei- vwt ' 0 is gag sv 1' 'tw .1516 . gp H' ' iw I 5539? 4' K. r M -WW A W a -,gn Toki g ..........fM-, .,..-.,,,..-.-.. .. .. .---.-.----.iw-....y lfiififxl' ,M ri a. 51, ,.,i HER ADVANTAGE A widow is the luckiest woman in the world. She knows all about men and all the men who know anything about her are dead, REGGIE: "But why do you want to get drunk the lirst day of school?" IZZY: "Well, didn't Papa say to start college with a bang?1' I HARDWARE SALESMAN: "What kind of gun do you want? Shotgun, pistol, rifle? Describe the purpose for which you want a gun." LADY: "Ch, he's dark and tall." "Move over closer to me, sweetie." "Didn't I tell you I was a lady?" "I don't care what you were." PINK: "Do Mandy resemble her mother?" BLACK JOE: "Do she? Man, she am a perfect carbon copy," ' A man dashes up to ticket window with but one minute left in which to catch his train. "QuickI Give me a round trip ticket," he gasped. ' "Where to?" asked the ticket agent. "Back here, you dumbbell. Where'd you think?" was the retort. "Since I bought a car I don't have to walk to the bank to make my deposits." "Ah, you ride there." "No, I don't make any." "Can you help me get my car out of a mud hole?" asked the motorist. "You're stuck?" queried the farmer. . "Oh, no doubt. But there isn't any other way out, so I'll pay you what you demand." "They tell me Alice wore a very daring frock at the coronation-do tell me what it was like?" "We-e-ell-to me, most of it looked suspiciously like Alice." 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