University of South Carolina Columbia - Garnet and Black Yearbook (Columbia, SC)
- Class of 1948
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The year has passed slowly sometimes, at other times too rapidly to be caught and held in our grasp forever — the magnificence and poignance will always remain part pages, part memory, part of each of us. Like an endless chain of moments, this volume is but one that files into the procession capturing the historic past of our beloved University. Endeavoring to record the experiences of four thousand students, we, the staff, hope that we have recaptured the eternal march of events of which each of you have been a vital part. May the well-remembered scenes of pathos, joy, and the intriguing interplay of personalities be ever a source of pleasure to you. I With mm parting hope we present the Fiftieth Anni- versary edition of the Garnet and Black. ...OR TWO «k. Ill a- LVift 1 wusc ' SSo p r ' " .n. - z bs ilren.njn. » opr np Off o, L£) D 9 s-o a, oldwits j . ,- £K S» I -4 . Iron n it ? f " ! DJ 7 I! -7 i 7 i Pine.o m Jh G ' chfand County . sbc SurveL ec University of Sou - Scale: r 7brr J nson ZrnQr. Co . Coi OBERT GLENN BELL A.B., M.A., LLB. Executive Secretary of Y. M. C. A. In Gratitude n T u T -■ V IU T £ % ?• wr s -:n. H| Hm ?W|y. ' ' . LttClj I tai w Wu eul t i4 ? ' MA- H | ■■■VfJ ' ■ ».- ■■ ■ f . • ta iv . f - ' ' L si ■ , PA ' JgJ i ' ev tion,, v ewiewi( •„. £• - taue, tLU m UiU m-s. rv i ' HOME . . . la u mmm anJL IA. Our campus, the most unchanging part of the University, still deserves the comment made by Historian Charles A. Beard that it is one of the three most beautiful University campuses in America. Whether visiting or living here no one escapes the quiet charm and historic atmosphere as they work, live, and tread beyond its hallowed walls. Upon entering the University grounds, the sym- metrical " old campus " lies before us. On our right still stands the Lieber home, erected 1836. The large tree standing before it is from a cutting " borrowed " from the tree over Homer ' s grave. Moving up the time-worn brick walks we come to Pinckney and LeGare Colleges, which are the oldest men ' s dormitories. Here the department of History and the Marshal ' s office reside also. The Political Science department recently moved to a " permanent " temporary building. Further up the " horseshoe " , the McKissick-Wauchope house, now occupied by two sororities, stands quietly next on our right. Rutledge College, the FLINN HALL ... the " V . Mr. chapel and center of the old campus, moves up to meet us as we continue our " stroll " . Long since has a compulsory Chapel been abolished and in its stead is a sprightly Music department. Beyond Rutledge we notice ivy-covered Petigru, the home of legal sages and politicians. We notice the Omicron Delta Kappa circle, where Carolina stu- dents swap votes, politic and get the " feel " for future political battles. DAVIS FROM GREEN STREET opposite page. McCUTCHEN HOUSE registrar ' s office At the head of the Horseshoe is the beautiful McKissick Memorial Library, one of the newest permanent buildings of the campus. Dividing the old campus from the new is what remains of a former meeting place of between- class dates and politicians. Peeking through the shrubbery to the new campus we see an expanse of Gibbes Green and to our right is the little gray Observatory with its conical-shaped top. Davis College, the beautiful rectangular build- ing to our right as we enter the new campus, is the home of the English and Modern Language De- partments. The Psychology and Philosophy De- partments adjourned this year to a temporary building nearby. Turning to the left and strolling away from the morning sun, we notice in the distance two im- pressive gray buildings. Sloan College, on the right, is the home of the Engineering School and the Math, Physics, and Astronomy Departments. LeCONTE . birds eye view home of the sciences Left of Sloan is LeConte which houses the Chemistry, Biology, and Geology Departments. Partially concealing LeConte and to the rear is the Naval Armory where many a dance is given beneath the bunting and flag-draped ceiling and where its walls have resounded to the commands of N. R. O. T. C. Battalion Commanders. Passing from LeConte College we stroll west towards the end of McKis- sick Library where the " old " comes back into view. The first on our right is the long gray structure, DeSaussure College, the oldest building on Carolina ' s cam- pus. Here is now the home of the Uni- versity Treasurer ' s office, Dean Derrick ' s headquarters for the School of Business Administration, and the Bridge of our Skipper. Fore and aft are tenaments eleven through fifteen, providing dormi- tory space for Carolina ' s men students. Journeying on we come to the alley- way and through this we catch a glimpse of Maxcy College which shelters " Deans ' Row " , the Bible Department, and another men ' s dormitory. In its basement is the Canteen, Depository, and Post Office. To the left of Maxcy are Coker, Thornwell, and McBride Col- leges, all of which are combinations of men ' s dormitories and fraternity houses. Crossing over the alleyway we see the McCutchen House, now the home of the Registrar and various classrooms. Next door we are faced with a long WALKWAY . . . snowed under . . . familiar to all law students. SLOAN . . h aven or engineers. Looking down the HORSESHOE rare snov massive building of simple architectural construction; here is housed the School of Commerce and the Department of Secretarial Science. Just back of this building is Flinn Hall where the majority of the campus meetings take place and where Mr. Bell holds full sway over the directing of all " Y " activities inc luding the pool room. Now we pause to view the white Doric Columns of the historic old Caroliniana Library constructed in 1 840. It is the li ' r oldest separate college library building in the United States. Scanning over the past, and having looked at the present, we are aware of the expansion of the University; the construction of Carolina ' s more modern buildings, such as Sims and Preston Col- leges, two of the most beautiful dormitories in the South, as well as the only school of education in the state, Wardlaw College. With the coming of peace and the veterans, the greatest enrollment in the history of the Uni- versity called for space and more space. This space was temporarily provided with small build- ings A, B, C, D, E, etc., symbols of hope for more sufficient buildings for a greater Carolina. GIBBES GREEN . . . McKISSICK LIBRARY . MISPLACED ARCHITECTURE. Inspired preludes . . . Regardless of how ill or fair the winds may be, the real spirit of Carolina as of any University has and will be her faculty. They are the councilmen of an ever-growing township of student-citizens who are constantly striving to grow, enlarge their mental horizons or project a skill and strike a new balance in their chosen field of endeavor. Turning these pages you will see them as they are, some at work, some behind desks, others in classrooms, and others chatting with students. Daily we are privileged to come in contact with many of the nation ' s finest minds who leave with us not just ing impressions of " dry facts " in courses, but an awakened desire to pursue unknown ends. . . . to searching minds J d tke C nJi T J-iwie • • • . r-Ste leaving the bridge PRESIDENT NORMAN M. SMITH, Rear Admiral (C. E. C). U. S. N. (Ret.; Genial . . . top-flight administrator . . . says what he thinks . . . has way of piercing to the core of a problem . . . knows his men. OUR SKIPPER A BRIEF INTERLUDE AT A BOARD MEETING FRANK F. WELBOURNE, Secretary and Treas- urer, B.S.C. • Versatile . . . unassuming . . . efficient . . . dependable and capable ad- ministrator . . . never speaks ill of any one. . . . " Frit? " to intimates . . . will help anyone he possibly can. JOHN A. CHASE, JR., Dean of Administration, Business Manager. B.A. • Stately . . . exer- cises forbearance . . . infectious good humor . . . seldom disturbed . . . " I ' ll see if we can work it in the budget " . . . " Hot potatoes " are passed to higher heads. ROY L. GARRETT, Assistant Business Manager, B.S. • Efficient . . . light-hearted . . . carries the load of the business office . . . what now? . . . finds less time than he wishes for student affairs . . . golf a favorite pastime. HIS CREW BASIL M. PARKS, Col., U. S. A. (Ret.) As- RALPH C. NEEDHAM, Captain, U. S. N. (Ret.) WILLIAM H. WARD, Director of Extension sistant Registrar, Director of Veterans, B.A., B.S. Registrar, B.S. • Periscope lowered . . . Division, A.B. • Genial . . . patient . . . but • Conscientious . . . progressive builder . . . feared by many of the co-eds, unnecessarily . . . never loses his purpose . . works best under says what he thinks . . . red tape hampers him down under, a good sea dog . . . will do any handicaps . . . resourceful . . . source of many . . . keenly interested in his " boys " . one a good turn . . . moved up front recently. fine ideas . . . never worries much. 21 JESSE B. JACKSON, Dean of Men. Professor of Mathematics, A.B., MA. • Jovial whine . . . fidgety . . . accepts much as it is . . encourages reforms and lends a sympathetic ear to them . . . has a way with the faculty . . . inveterate pipester . . . Known by his laugh. l DLEY, Dean of Faculty, A.B. C firm and dignified . . . works quietly but Is always there. auat la aut eLve£ and ROBERT L SUMWALT, Dean of the School of Engineering. B.S. in C.E., S.B. in C.E., C.E., D.Sc. • Indefatiguable worker . . . finger in many pies . . . blue-printer ... in- variably polite . . . keen sense of humor . . . putting the Sc WILFRED H. CALLCOTT, Dean of Graduate School, Pro- fessor of History, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. • Astute . . . classless worker . . . twinkle in his eye . . . mischievous at times . . . leans to foreign students . . . authority on Latin America . . . " when I was at Columbia " . m 22 gflGfiSOBta ARNEY R. CHILDS, Dean of Women, Professor of History, A.B., M.A. • Efficient . . . independent . . . influential because of her integrity and fairmindedness . . . counselor to al students . . . keen sense of humor . . . always lends a helping hand. SAMUEL L PRINCE, Dean of Law School, B.A. • Dynamic . . . excellent organizer . . . stresses legal ethics in and out of classes . . . ambitious for Carolina ' s Law School . . . Prince of Deans " . 23 m w JOSEPH EDWARDS NORWOOD, Dean of School of Arts and Science, A.B., B.A., M.A. • Soft spoken . . . modest . . . keen understanding of student problems . . . one of the finest educational minds in the South . . . our only Oxonion . . . hobby: botany and plant breeding . . . " A problem does you no good until it passes through your mind " . THE FACULTY Regardless of much fanfare and beating of publicity drums about the University ' s social life and general athletic program, the real University has and always will be its faculty. Throughout its proud history, the University has consistently retained many of the na- tion ' s leading scholars, authors and scientists, and the present time is no exception. This is the University ' s real soul, the essence of its greatness and from which flows the impetus for the University retaining its position at the capstone of the educational system. In classroom, lecture hall, labs, and in forums, the University ' s 4,200 students associate closely with these leaders in American scholarship. Classroom attention is not enough and faculty mem- bers meet often in " off " hours for a friendly chat with students concerning financial problems, study troubles or just an informal " go " session between an eager or distressed young mind and a more seasoned one. In order to clear themselves of the faculty problems which in- evitably present themselves, the faculty meets once monthly, in the chapel, to discuss and pass or reject everything from student body constitutions to attendance regulations. Indecisive issues are referred to standing committees or to the University Council in order to free faculty members for their primary duties and responsi- bilities . . . that of the classroom. Ik throws " ments, being i from a newly ' compK terest, -• awate bered that u breed joesj much i one m hundre route . outs Her round mind, in you J—eattteJL wiiuJL , , , ink EMERY T. MOTLEy, Dean of Pharmacy, B.S., M.S. • Well groomed . . . meticulous . . . professional bear- ing .. . cordial ... his model drug store is no easy buy . . . always places his boys ahead of time . . . no foibles that we ' ve heard about. MARVIN G. KENNEDy, Captain, U. S. N. Head of Department of Naval Science, B.S. • Infectious good humor . . . efficient to the last thread . . . keeps the landlocked fleet going . . . cooperative . . . turned things over to the marines . . . faculty meetings amused him. 24 The University offers to proven candidates through its nine schools, and twenty-three depart- ments, a wide choice of courses and degrees — some twenty-three degrees and six certificates being in the curriculum. One may secure anything from a certificate in physical education, to the newly established (here) Ph.D. degree, depending completely upon the individual ' s initiative, in- terest, patience or real desire. All this and much more is available for the wide- awake student. No school allows more unencum- bered existence to its students, the feeling being that unwise restriction and forced choices only breed later downfalls, and a feeling that anything goes, if uncaught and unpunished. One may study much and gain the real goal of an education or one may frolic for a semester or two and join the hundreds who in the past have chosen the same route . . . out ahead of schedule without a degree or its important counterpart, an education. Here you may choose the course of well- rounded development and serious training of the mind, and you will find no more interested people in your efforts than the faculty, which through the SAMUEL C. DePASS, Dean of Journalism, LL.B. • Easy going . . . imperturb able . . . widely known in the -field of Journalism . . . Chicago newspapers and the gangster era, " Mile Away Nelson " . . . bachelor of long standing . . . " er, yes, of course " . . . that too shall pass , . . delightful fishing companion. years has combined rare scholastic, human under- standing, and the proper value upon character and its development in every student while at the University. No one will force any choice, it rests squarely upon the shoulders of every individual . . . where all true educational progress begins. uiteatated wa lkwau£ jrat student, SECRETARIES: Mrs. Cook, Mary Wilks, Betty Williams, Anna Durham, Mary Hope Turner Peggy Belser, Frances Ruff, Elizabeth Landrum =7+n inteatal patt not to he ovcttookeJi 25 i BIOLOGY J-ifc I one ataac ot anotlt et WILLIAM E. HOY. Biology, A.B., Ph.D. • Able administrator . . . eminently fair . . . changes his caching style often . . . remembers names handily . . . dvises pre-meds that science is not all of value in heir training program . . . stresses functions and not antes in his courses . . . extremely proud of his raining manual . . . " now. there are just as many ells in my frame as the unfortunates that are 6 6 " . Whether you ' re hunting a few credits just to fill in the required lab credits or whether you ' re a future Mayo surgeon, more than likely you can find suitable accommodations in the Biology depart- ment — anyway over 1,300 did this year. Almost any hour of the day or night you may hear Dr. Hoy ' s methodical lecture in the big amphitheater room of LeConte, or hear Dr. Penny talking down his pipestem concerning some of the intricacies of local fauna or flora. If you ' re serious enough, you may take a major in Biology, a double major in Biology or Chemistry or any one of the three-legged courses mapped out for pre-meds. Most of them now take their degree as DOGFISH AND TWO HOURS . ■ : ■ ££fi8 imtmft LOVELACE, HENRY, FREEMAN. PENNEY, HOY, EGGLESTON, McDUFFIE, GREGORY, HUGGINS, TOWNSEND they find in it much value in securing admission to the states ' and nation ' s overcrowded medical schools. If you ' re in one of any of the other " pre-class " , pre-dental, nursing, or technician, you will find some of the most thorough and beneficial courses on the campus in the department which houses itself on the third floor of LeConte behind the myriads of showcases, color diagrams, and odors of formaldehyde. DR. PENNEY ' there are some shrewd contents ' ' PROBING A CAT 27 CHARLES F. MERCER. Physics. B.S. in Civil Engineering, M.A. • Tireless worker, and tells everyone about it . . . exacting in teaching and grading . . . lectures keep his classes and passers by awake . . . watches over the seismograph . . . plans commencement each year . . . never able to coordinate with the weather man ... his scrapbook is his constant companion . . . plugs for Carolina during on and off hours ... his physics classes receive few As. CRYMES, RAGSDALE, MERCER, BARRE, TROTTER Y I J J _ . . . the i Ukui aitJi ?H-ew t la itieaiute tL em It is almost impossible to separate the intricate subject of physics in the University curriculum from many of the amusing anecdotes coming in and going out of the department. Of course, physics is an un- fortunate requirement for engineers, and in the B.S. degree — if you choose physics. Almost any after- noon, along on the Pickens street side of Sloane college, you can hear a lecture, certainly loud enough to catch initial interest — and there is no charge for stopping. Herein, are future pharmacists, pre-meds, and engineers being given the second or third de- gree in Physics 11 or 12. Few " As " ever saunter forth from the department because not many " A " students enter therein. Seriously, no one course or courses are as closely related to our present frame of reference in the scientific world as is physics, one of the proud but penitent forbears of the atomic age. FREQUENCY OF SOUND FROM AN AIR COLUMN INCREASES AS LENGTH OF PIPE DECREASES " c It 15 1 fresh-air departm wort wit ar occai istry II mat :; sloping . walks GUY F. LIPSCOMB, Chemistry, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. • Tal s houlders . . . imperturbable . . . patience personified . and measures his desk as he lectures . . . " Simple reaction, very simple reaction " . . . Doc to everyone . . . influential . . . spends countless hours with his research whether the faculty likes it or not . . . teaches freshman chemists in spite of high school exposures ... a recommendation from him is always gilt-edged security. Too many cooks CHEMISTRY an Ji it a not alt hot ait i tli eilfiet. It is a source of constant amazement to many fresh-air fiends as to how so many students and a department staff could survive so many years of work without some more serious consequences than an occasional freshman succeeding in getting the fire department around to put out part of the chem- istry 1 1 lab. Dr. Lipscomb still keeps his depart- ment going, and recently, until " nine " at nights, in STANDING: CAMPBELL, STOKES, SAM, KUBLER • frantic efforts to meet the required demands of the increased student body. Most chemistry students remember the " Doc " as he walks to and fro and erases explanations ashe writes them, or the fidgety and energetic lectures of Dr. Whitesell — with his rugged labs, in which he amuses many with his gum-chewing antics and en- cyclopedic memory. SEATED: BAUKNIGHT, WHITESELL, DAVIS, LIPSCOMB MATHEMATICS WYMAN L. WILLIAMS, Mathematics, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. • Stiff bearing . . . methodical to the last logarithm . . . military bearing . . . seldom smiles . . . keenly interested in Carolina ' s religious atmosphere . . . always turns in a good job when he ' s responsible . . . presides over one of the University ' s largest depart- ' ments . . . Favorite dish: Formula on toast. Abetted by increasing interest in related fields and the bugbear of some math being a " partially " required subject, the University ' s math department has literally outgrown itself under the precisive lead- ership of Dr. Wyman Williams. Now everyone from the puzzled freshman who never understood high school algebra anyway, to the ambitious engineer and future math instructor may be accommodated within the offerings of the department. In fact 28 instructors, mostly full time and part family, now of- fered some 25 courses ranging from the sub-uni- versity math and geometry to the intricacies in- volved in " Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable " . Various teaching methods from the keeping of notebooks in trigonometry to daily pop quizzes were used to convey to all who partook the exact- ing logic of their chosen course. Increased interest and stimulation for finer work came with the award- ing of two cash prizes of twenty-five dollars to the toppers in the departmental competitive examina- tions, and the honorary departmental scholarship DEPARTMENT FACULTY A trifle of time 30 AND ASTRONOMY ?r iuynholA cinJL atats award being added to the growing list of awards to be announced on University Awards day at the close of the school year. Engineers — mechanical, electrical, or civil — toiled their weary way through the groundwork courses required in their curriculum — and in the process — many chose less arduous and exacting paths for a chosen field of endeavor. Astronomy, recently re-incorporated into the math department, has proven a real attraction to the serious who wished to gain insight into the laws of the planetary system as well as those who are just plain star gazers. Every visitor ' s night at the neat little dome-topped Melton Observatory, numerous students and visitors logged in and out — many taking some note of the moon, various stars under observation or some lesser constellation. mm . . . LAST MINUTE BREATHER If the legend is still alive that Sims and Wa Hampton are within the lens of the observaton powerful scope — there just isn ' t anything to it — b it makes a joke of sorts anyway. AND THEN INSIDE ECONOMICS Through the consolidation of the department of Economics, Commerce, and Secretarial Science into a full grown school, the University now may be justly proud of one of the most complete organizations of its type in the South. The University ' s oldest component, the School of Arts and Science, has had to move over for this strapping two-year old who in the 1947-48 term outstripped its venerable oldster in size, with its 1,380 enrollment. Future secretaries, professional buyers and sellers, business executives of future years, budding young accountants, and hundreds besides, seeking a work- ing knowledge of the present day puffed-up eco- nomic conditions, received the careful consideration of this school with its 57 courses, four departments, and 28 instructors. Dean Derrick found time in his crowded schedule to capably administer his duties and to keep at least two courses of the department extremely lively with his wealth of experience, jokes, and witticisms. Many of the recent instructorial staff are worthy compliments to any department of any school. Doc McCutchen with his green eyeshades, Prof. Geisen heimer with his thorough cross examinations, Prof. Tomlin doubling as instructor and secretary of his department, ail added to the teaching forcefulness, the thoroughness, the practical approaches and ap- preciation of economics imparted to students. Stu- dents sign up, attend classes at least three times GEORGE McCUTCHEN, Economics, B.A., LL.B. • Unhurried . . . always thinks more than he says . . . wears eyeshade in class . . . assigns term papers in lieu of exams . . . speaks fondly of old Williamsburg . . . never forgets a name . . . advisor in committee hearings in farm problems. weekly, grouse some, cram for their quizzes, hope to pass and swear that the department just won ' t tell them quite enough to get by without some studying. Some cynical wag remarked that if all economists were " stacked end on end that a con- clusion would never be reached. " But he sounds more like an accountant than an economist or maybe one course was just too much for him. evtryont Carolina grades . geoloe feoi rjiemi Thome Jnc busmen ar uvuia at makina a livinq dowev the na STANDING: BARNES. WATERFALL, MORRIS, TOMLIN McCUTCHEN, DERRICK, GEISENHEIMER. SEATED: SMITH CORPORATIONS, TRUSTS AND BANKING LAURENCE L SMITH, Geology, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. • " Rock " to everyone but his students . . . energetic . . . tireless surveyor of Carolina geological remains . . . travels widely . . . gives few good grades . . . daily grades are on minus-minus basis . . . enjoys a joke but dead serious about his department . . . " Now, Mr. I should know a little something about Geology. ... " LECTURES . anta V ryy L V_ VJ7 • • • = few Meat a,ao, an eon ot two Quite in keeping with the usual association of geology and age, the University proudly boasts of the oldest geology department in the nation. From the mind of one of Carolina ' s most illustrious forbears, Thomas Cooper, the department of geology sprang, and soon thereafter received the benefits of the tireless intellects of the LeContes. Continuously, however, this department has maintained a roll of the nation ' s top-flight geologists on its instructional staff. Also, through the untiring efforts of Dr. Taber, retired head, the department secured one of the finest collections of gems in the nation. In spite of insufficient space for display of its price- less collections, the department nestles most effec- tively within its cramped quarters — so effectively in fact that its seven department members teach over 1,500 students every semester. Survey and technical courses in geography have given the department unusual appeal to a large number of students, and the interesting field trips in conjunction with state and national geological surveys round out the ef- forts of the department under the enthusiastic direc- tion of Dr. L. L. " Rock " Smith — the man who smiles when he busts ' em. BUIE, GRAHAM, PETTY, SMITH, KORGEN, HUFFSTETLER ROEERT L MERIWETHER, History and Caroliniana Library, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Litt.D. • Tireless energies . . . usually in good humor . . . flowing silvery hair . . . short sleeves and bicycle . . . lectures from original sources . . . works the dickens out of his students . . . takes his tremendous load lightly but efficiently . . . sleuth par excellence for Caroliniana material . . . enjoys graduate classes most . . . reserves the right to wander off the beaten path in his lectures . . . " now the Scotch Ju ' sh were sturdy individuals " . . . student of the back country . . . one of best colonial historians in nation . . . won the battle of " Salley Ridge " this year. The Ph.D. studded history department may pride- fully claim the highest paid staff on the University campus, the most complete coverage of history of any University in the South, and the most aggres- sive graduate division. Each semester over thirteen hundred students either through interest or require- HISTORY . . . ' t time ancL men ment seek to increase their grasp and appreciation of man ' s past experiences. LeGare College, one of the University ' s oldest buildings, is the home of the department and all of its classes. From early morn with the detested " 8 o ' clocks " until the shadows of evening grew long, students from all schools, even Engineering, tread th e creaky staircase to and from the lecture rooms. Ever awake to serve their courses with all the latest facts and methods, the department put in the illustrated lecture portions of the difficult " Survey of Civilization " course, required of most freshmen other than Education majors, Engineers, and pre-meds. This innovation, introduced by Dr. Archie Lewis, has added much in the way of interest and real enjoy- ment to the course as well as an emphasis on por- tions other than mere dates and isolated facts that so often ossify any survey course. Also, the depart- ment, again under the initiative of Dr. Lewis, or- ganized a history department alumni and a History graduate club for faculty and graduate students. Once each month, the club met at some instructor ' s AS A MATTER OF TRUTH NOTES . . . always in order house, listened to a prepared paper by some grad- uate student or instructor and then indulged in high sounding discussion while they sat cross legged and cracked sharply at one another. The club added much of real interest, variety, and controversy and allowed students and faculty members to sound out the recesses of minds that heretofore contacted each other only in a more formal way. Whether the student chose to partake of the high- ly specialized Latin American courses under Dr. Callcott, or his " pet " American Diplomatic history, the abstract cultural course on Far Eastern history under the ardent medievalist Dr. Monks, the con- troversial course in Middle American history under discursive and penetrating thinker, Prof. Foran; or the " backwoodsmen " history course on South Car- olina frontier under Dr. Meriwether; no one could escape entirely becoming conscious of the value of history in keeping alive one ' s sense of tolerance, in- creasing the breadth and depth to their outlook on world affairs, and understanding that the things mankind believes, whether true or not, shape the tide of affairs. Probably, the choice joke of the year, was when Dr. Monks threatened seriously to give a lab course in the ancient Chinese art of " cricket listening " . " GRASS ROOTS CONVENTION " GEORGE R. SHERRILL, Political Science, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. • Jovial and always smiling . . . jokes his clientele . . . never a dull moment in his classes . . . disregards assignments, more interested in teaching thoroughly . . . likes students and knows many of them . . . " Now too many people don ' t know this " . . . " If there is a harder way to do a thing by all means look for it " . . . heads up one of the University ' s most important public service bureaus . . . Bureau of public administration. Few factors are of more importance in the attitude of Americans and South Carolinians than an intelli- gent and informed electorate, and no better way is provided than by thorough consideration of our many political digressions. The many-sidedness of POLITICAL SCIENCE politics are discussed, laughed over, quizzed over, and in the case of many students actually thought about in the University ' s department of political science, where eight full-time instructors seek to en- lighten some 800 students about our political ways and traditions. No holds are barred for long, when the thorny questions related to city, county, and national gov- ernments are discussed from the standpoint of po- litical parties, pressure groups, ward heelers, and precinct captains influence for our common good or ill. The Constitution, that document which everyone quotes but even the Supreme Court doesn ' t agree about, is carefully considered in one of the depart- ment ' s most stimulating courses. Dr. Sherrill, the most painless teacher at the University, keeps his classes in stitches and in his own inimitable way chats about the fundamentals of city government and legislative problems and still finds time to keep the Bureau of Public Administration well coordinated with the University and all outlying districts. The other members of the department, authorities in their various fields, round out the thought-provok- ing course offerings of this department, now in tem- porary building " C " , near the law school but no extension thereof. =r4-nA, miake tuIcA toom THE DOCTRINE OF IMPLIED POWERS LIBRARY SCIENCE Every Carolina student sooner or later ends up in the McKissick Library to do a bit of studying, read the morning newspaper that his roommate refused to buy, go to sleep on the " Reader ' s Guide " , or to do a little courtin ' with a serious minded lass. The library, open many hours and crowded few, offers knowledge, amusement, and real opportunities for browsing in the stacks. The stacks, composed of some 160,000 volumes, and at present being recatalogued or rebranded, offer to the curious and the serious unusual facilities for study and writing. The highly trained staff, headed up by Librarian Rawlinson, operate the library with much efficiency, courtesy, and finesse and also find time to offer some nine courses in library training — especially during the summer months. These courses are geared to meet the needs of small school librarians in particular, and have added much to the efficiency and usefulness of the smaller libraries throughout the state as a result. ALFRED H. RAWLINSON, Library Science, University Librarian, BA., A.B.. M.A. • personable . . . gets his administrative tasks done painlessly . . . quiet spoken . . . watches over the University ' s incunabulae . . . Hobbies: golf and chess. The library this year blossomed out with a rare books room, which through the weekly display method, brings to onlookers an ever-changing pat- tern of rare incunabula that had for years gathered dust in the dome, and had until recently escaped the public gaze. =?4-meita mauu v ck—enJLs ' TIS OF GREAT IMPORTANCE . . . well informed EVER CHANGING ... file systems HAVILAH BABCOCK, English, A.B., B.Phil., M.A., Ph.D. • talkative but always worth listening to . . . no sharper wit in any clime . . . swears to shock co- eds . . . unimpeachable integrity . . . recounts hunting and fishing episodes for a tidy sum . . . says he can ' t escape writing . . . incurable Virginian . . . speaks impeccable English but doesn ' t believe many gram- marians will ever get to heaven . . . enjoys bad health. ENGLISH The high-sounding and proper purpose of the English department is to train all who pass in or out its courses, the proper pronunciation of the language, impart some appreciation of the " greats " in our literature, and encourage creative expression through the written words. Actually, this department with its thirty-odd skilled instructors and scholars do just that for all who enroll in any of its 69 courses. In Davis College almost any hour of the day you may hear the measured pleading of an instructor with freshmen yet learning the fundamentals; listen to the exacting lectures of Dr. Whitesell, or hear at least one class in an up- roar . . . this undoubtedly being Dr. Babcock ' s. This scholar — gentleman — sportsman, retains his position as favorite among students in any department, with DR. H. C. DAVIS . . . " as freshmen, it ' s traditional ' A NEST OF HOLLOW BOSOMS his unorthodox teaching methods, his witty observa- tions, and his uncanny way of putting old wine in new vessels. He will just as readily take up a col- lection for a charitable cause or some worthwhile campus project as he will spring a surprise on some unwitting student or colleague. His department is smooth running, well-oiled, and harmonious, and in spite of the heavy load of required courses which are naturally labeled unpleasant, more students major in English than in any other subject at the University. l UotJi , VUotAiA (L-vetuwlt T tete GRAMMA . . . SPELLING . . . COMPOSITIONS WANT A WORD " FRANCIS W. BRADLEY, Dean of Faculty, Modern Languages, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. • Courtly manners . . . carries his problems and many others without a word . . . Says what he thinks when and where it counts most . . . never forces his opinion on a student . . . ever watchful for the Honor System . . . one of the truly greats in Carolina ' s proud history. FOREIGN LANGUAGES l eu to LJite vVotlX Supporting the thesis and the challenge that most misunderstandings arise from the inability of individ- uals of one nation and clime to understand those of another, and that even to understand our enemies we must know their language, the University ' s mod: em language department offers some eighty-five different courses in six foreign languages to future linguists, scientists, doctors, scholars and A.B. degree seekers who must fulfill minimum language require- ments in order to receive their coveted degree. The method of teaching the various languages varies with the individual slant of each of the nine- teen instructors. However, it is almost impossible to escape a tremendous amount of drill in pronuncia- tion and vocabulary memorizing in all the basic BACK ROW: PERRY, HARDEE, WOODS FITZGERALD, STEPHAN • SECOND ROW: SWEENY, LAMAR, OTT, HAYNES, ALVAREZ FRONT ROW: COOK, BRADLEY, HASSELL, de GRAVELINAS, POOLE. PARLEZ-VOUS FRANCAIS? OUI courses — when once the tools are grasped, then the methods are speeded up. Few of the instructors in the department are there who have not spent years abroad, studying and gaining the " feel " of the people of their chosen language, and learning much of their customs and mores. Language consciousness seems to have come largely with the wave of returning veterans and en- rollment in the Department has risen to a new all- time high of 1,200 to 1,600, during the first and second semesters of this year. Also a keen rise in interest in scientific research and graduate work has added impetus to the migration that fills the class- rooms on the ground floor of the historic Davis College. SPRECKEN SIE DEUTSCH? JAWOHL HABLA ESPANOL? SI All students in this department will long remember the measured exactness of speech in the Dean ' s German, the eternal thoroughness of Dr. Fitzgerald in Spanish literature, the sprightly anecdotes of Pro- fessor Stephan, and the conscientious day by day requirements of Madame Sweeney. EDMUND YAGHJIAN, Fine Arts • Boundless energies . . . talent in action . . . splendid organizer . . . has national and international reputation as a portraitist . . . given fine arts department new life and made them exhibit conscious . . . heads up the faculty club . . . many student awards have been added under his leadership . . . believes anyone can learn something worthwhile about art even if they never learn to paint. Spark-plugging the enlargement of the Art De- partment program was the restless and talented Department Head, Prof. Yaghjian. Many easels were wiped clean, cabinets dusted out, almost an- nual displays brought in, prizes for excellence set up, and residence changed twice during the year as the Department seemed determined to outdistance it- self. The department curriculum was enlarged to in- clude twenty-six courses, and for one of the first times it seemed that the talented and not so tal- ented might have a chance to absorb a little about FINE ARTS no rutet touch many phases of art — other than oohs and ahs and high-flown arguments either for or against given systems of art. Needless to say many, many girls interested in seeing a " new look " in the making, took the cos- tume-designing course, or perhaps do a bit of day dreaming and planning about the " future little home on the Hill " in the interior decorating course. Others did a bit of fresh air landscaping of favorite spots on the campus even in mid-winter while a few swore that just anyone couldn ' t paint as they had been reminded in classes, and took revenge sketching their profs in other classes. Came University Award ' s Day, at the close of the year, and many first and second prizes were handed out, among them being the " first " in costume de- signing going to one of the male side of the family. It is really refreshing to know that art is a bit more accessible now than in former years when Beaux Arts of campus fame furnished most of the participants in art courses — so they could keep one step ahead of the next meeting. Crocodile tears are now in order for the waning of this cultured (?) few of yesteryear — yes, we really don ' t miss them. WHY SHAK ' ST THY HEAD . . IT SHOWS ITSELF i 1 fct i mmmmm HUGH P. WILLIAMSON, Music, B. Music, M.A. • Suave . . . poised . . . plenty of know how and why . . . popular . . . lover of Bach . . . accomplished in many fields of music . . . likes re- hearsals for his students ... He and charming " better half " have expanded the department under all types of difficulties . . . concerto echo in place of the old chapel bell. MUSIC . . TSCHAIKOWSKI ' S " NUTCRACKER SUITE " TO SIBELIUS ' ' FINLANDIA " V tke lanquaqe cr evetu Iteatt Stately old Rutledge College is now the home of Carolina music lovers and takers, and into every nook and cranny the Department of music has grown. Under the musical leadership of Prof. Williamson, this department has moved into campus and state- wide prominence, through its appealing outlets of Glee club, University chorus, and almost monthly recitals of promising seniors. The ponderous tones of the University organ now arrest the passer-by in- stead of the lonely chime of the old chapel bell which now rings only on Carolina-Clemson game day; and student concerts are a bi-monthly " tid-bit " . WILLIAMSON, TREMBLAY-BAKER, FINK, MRS. WILLIAMSON, HODGES, VAN DOREN, PURCELL PSYCHOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY T lltliul. ui muul and inooa.A Philosophy, the queen of the ages and troubled minds, has as its wary departmental compatriot, its impudent young cousin, psychology, in the Univer- sity curriculum setup. Further adding insult to in- jury, but much efficiency besides, is a psychologist head of the department. However, under Dr. Walsh ' s wise guidance, the department has extended itself within the last two years to eight full-time instructors and some 25 courses. In these, the problems of personality ad- justment, normality, abnormality, child and social psychology as well as lab work in clinical psychology is considered. M. KERSHAW WALSH, Psychology and Philosophy, B.A., M.A. Ph.D. • Professional air . . . cautious ... sly smile . . . says little that he feels . . . mdefatiguable worker . . . has few equals as psychoneurologist in the country . . . wearer of white. Keen interest is shown by the more than 900 stu- dents who seek some solution to personal or curric- ulum problems by inviting themselves into the con- fines of little temporary building " C " . Many swear that reading " Peace of Mind " would have been of more benefit. Some, however, read it before and others after taking some of the courses. STUDYING ABNORMAL i 1 R.G.MA Bible. IK Ml W Si Paul ' s Ofcwric- ••: ::-- beoi ol :■■ nd R. G. MASSENGALE, University Chaplain, Head of Department of Bible, BA., B.D. • Intense . . . 102% conscientious . . . doesn ' t moralize in his lectures . . . has stepped up the Bible Courses into full blooded courses, and a reserve shelf for outside reading . . . St. Paul ' s Epistles are his favorites. J Vow lo kuci mdAe a wheel aiicL ke tnaJLe u on ike abound, BIBLE AND RELIGION It seemed as though Chaplain Massengale was forced to put his forgiveness to a great deal of prac- tical use this year, and his department was moved up and down more stairs than any on the campus. Finally, Maxcy College contained him, and it might be suggested that all the Deans officed down the hall were glad to have his immediate presence af- forded them. It really takes a good man to con- sole six deans six days per week. Chaplain Massengale, although doubling as Uni- versity Chaplain and Head of the Bible department, has found time to expand the courses offered to nine, enlarge their content, and stiffen the work to the point of actually requiring outside reading. A practical non-sectarian approach is stressed through- out, and the teachings of Christianity are judged in both their historical perspective as well as in their practical every day applicability. Quite a few stu- dents seek this breath of " fresh air " , others take them as preparation for further training either in religious education, Y. M. and Y. W. C. A. work and the ministry. STUDIED OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS VIANA B. McCOWN, Director of School of Nursing, B.S., M.A. • If one ever believed that a given profession was a chosen one, she does, and rightly so . . . emphasizes the ethical aspects of nursing . . . widely known in her field . . . heads up the only nursing school in the South . . . always on the go . . . her girls are here and at Roper . . . Hobby: choir and chorus work. The University has the unique distinction of being the only official channel in the South of enshrining the spirit of Florence Nightingale in a joint academic- NURSING . . . future white dutta practical program. It fills a definite need, however, in that there are keen demands for nurses in directors ' positions in hospitals throughout the nation. Under the experienced hand of Mrs. McCown, who directs her " girls " in the intensive thirty-two- month program, only the fittest survive the rigors of training and traveling around. Two years ' academic work are required at the University, while an addi- tional stretch is served at Roper Hospital in Charles- ton, and Enoch Pratt Hospital in Baltimore. Much emphasis is placed during the basic period on nurses ' ethics, history of nursing, trends in nurs- ing, and the problems of nursing supervision, and even clinical teaching in school of nursing. Failures during this period are cut to a minimum as only the most serious minded and capable are chosen to em- bark on this demanding program and career. Upon completion of the course here and here- after, the real career begins — whether to end up as a real Florence Nightingale or as a victim of Cupid — only time and opportunity will tell. : HYGIENE . . ame ytcvlems o4 mankuiX Harking to the clamor of a public-health-conscious press, and increased demands for skilled teachers and public-health administrators, the University set up a very efficient but one-man department of Hy- giene under Dr. Kulcinski. Though thoroughly trained and of wide experience, he has been as busy as a one-armed man with the " hives " , trying to keep pace with the terrific demands. He has succeeded in employing many training films and demonstrated lectures, and lightened the load of paper work by securing some student assistants . . . but try as he may one may do just so much. Each semester some 1 75 students take the courses in Hygiene alone, later branching out in the study of communicable diseases, anatomy, public-health problems, and educational problems and their solu- tion in questions of public-health policy. Gone are the days when Hygiene was branded on all corners of the campus as the Number One LOUIS E. KULCINSKI, Hygiene, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. • Hurried... speaks to everyone . . . real enthusiasm for his work . . . classes are overcrowded . . . diagrams portions of his lectures . . . hygiene is no longer a crip . . . hopes to enlarge his department . . . sooner or later. " crip " — that most students liked so well. Now you do a bit of work or else you do a bit of boning for your own pleasure or enlightenment or healthfulness. ' TERM PAPERS OP TWELVE PAGES, PLEASE " V T I i HOMEMAKING an i uiti •I tl, eit dream come true The matter of homemaking is really a matter of controversy — almost anywhere and any time con- sidered. Some while ago — a generation or two per- chance — there really was no substitute but the home itself. Now, however, the pressure on the home is somewhat relieved as professional teachers enshrined themselves in University curriculums the country over along with the marriage specialists, etc. The Univer- sity has well kept in step — or did so two years ago, when it established its Homemaking Department, with a lot of kitchen utensils, an efficiency apartment in Lieber College, and an Associate Professor with many years practical experience. Now about seventy-five hopefuls each semester indulge in a bit of practical preparation for home life. Everything from preparing a simple meal to serving the Board of Trustees a four course dinner twice each year fills the curriculum — at one time or another. LOUISE P. COLE, Homemaking, B.S., M.S. • velvet gloved . . . efficient . . . demonstrates her lectures . . . has troubles with her University Budget . . . the hopefuls flock in to develop the prac- tical side of romance . . . twice per year a four-course dinner for the Board . . . " Now the way to any man ' s heart is . . .??? " . Actually, much good does come from all these efforts — but the proof of the pudding is in the eating — or is it in the making? STIR GENTLY 48 ANTHROPOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY HARRY H. TURNE ' -HIGH, Anthropology and Sociolo g y, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. • pompous air . . . acid minded . . . acute thinker . . . anthropologist and crime expert . . . believes that most crime is bound up with unhealthy environment . . . Hobbies: Navigation, Agriculture, land reclamation. =?4- rcw Skeletons or tkc facial L lejct ' THE FAMILY IS THE BASIC SOCIAL GROUP ' JOHNSON, WHEELER, TURNEY-HIGH ... and then there was one. » KENNEDY JBJ " C3 MARVIN G. KENNEDY. Captain, U. S. N., Head of De- partment of Naval Science, B.S. • Infectious good humor . . . efficient to the last thread . . . cooperative . . . faculty meetings amused him . . . turned things over to the marines. NAVAL SCIENCE Captain Kennedy administered to the contraction pains of the postwar naval unit, and maintained the 100 strong Naval R. O. T. C. unit at the peak of efficiency in spite of sharp reduction in size. Each Saturday, the " reserve " middies stood in- spection on Gibbes Green, and at all other times struggled with a portion of the 24 required hours in. Naval Science and tactics. In addition, two months ' cruise every summer is required so that sea legs won ' t become too land conscious. The N. R. O. T. C, its units, and its candidates are chosen in nation-wide competitive exam basis. They enjoy all fees being paid as well as $600.00 per year " pocket " money. However, upon finishing the four-year program, they are liable for a maximum of two years ' active duty " THE EMPTY VESSEL MAKES THE GREATEST SOUND " PASSING IN REVIEW either in the Navy or Marines. Another portion of the naval contingent is made up of Navy contract students, and a small minority of still a third, the Naval Science students. The Compass and Chart is still active socially, twice each year, and the " belle of the Ball " is one of its most colorful features. The spring edition of this event is usually the N. R. O. T. C. Commissioning Ball. COULD NOT SUIT ITSELF IN WORDS J vow, rot tke cold wax ADMIRAL DuBOSE, Commandant of Sixth Naval District, at the presentation ceremonies. REX ENRIGHT. Head Coach, Director of Athletics. LL.B. • Affable . . . will listen and then make up his mind . . . top-flight basketball and football coach . . . idol of his players . . . still cages the Clemson tiger ... a natural salesman; could sell horsewhips on Broadv ay . . . the usual new car a year . . . " On the gridiron, men are made . . . Ill " PHYSICAL EDUCATION After the shouting and spectacular of the foot- ball season has died, many sober-minded alumni and students realize the really worthwhile educational value of athletics comes from forming of proper exer- cise habits, and developing some skill in a sport that may serve as a source of recreation throughout life. Although far overshadowed by their more spec- tacular big brothers, Major sports, the Department of Physical Education plans and executes a very full and well-balanced program of planned events and training as well as the season- ' round intramural program. " Doc " Crawford for well over twenty-five years has pushed this program through times lean and prosperous, and to him must be given the real credit of maintaining the life of this vital part of the University. Coach Enright, the overall Director of Athletics, is constantly on the go trying to keep in manageable limits the major and minor athletics division, and is thoroughly cooperative at any time he is on the scene. if MUSCULAR EXERCISES once each weelc S2 THE CENTER OF THE ROAD oza ait d. yvLnwtA . . . then iiittaniiitala WINDING UP IN THE FIELDHOUSE LI ft V B J tt 1 ' ' 11 L _wi k. £§ r i B| I M »-_J EM life 1 H| ?t m t ALUMNI ASSOCIATION • • • tent meetina o c tevivat The University ' s Alumni Association is based on a system whereby each of the State ' s fourteen judicial circuits elects a vice- president to serve as member of the Alumni Council. There are eight Counselors-at-large who work more closely with the active group of the organization. Hard-working Ralph Lewis, Alumni Secre- tary, talks and works from his office in Lieber College where he and his staff are constantly making plans, keeping records, and informing our Alumni of their Alma Mater through various circulations including the very attrac- tive and informative Alumni news. David A. Gaston served as president of the organization, making himself known to the students at the crowning of Miss Mary Carolyn Phillips, Homecoming Queen. ASSISTANTS . . . find much detail work to be done. SECRETARY LEWIS ... a casual g lance of approval. BOARD OF TRUSTEES . . . convene for the fall meeting. BOARD OF TRUSTEES cciiin • • t i eta Deciding all policies of the University is the supreme responsibility of the Board of Trus- tees. Its members are elected by the State Legislature from each of the fourteen judicial circuits of our State. In addition to these members, the governor of South Carolina, the State Superintendent of Education, and the Chairmen of Committees on Education of the House of Representatives and the Senate serve in an ex-officio capacity. At various intervals during each year, the Board of Trustees meets in the dome of the McKissick Library. During these executive sessions, board members do policy determin- ing, consider most problems of any nature affiliated with the University, and make de- cisions they believe are for the best interest of the University and the State of South Carolina. GOVERNOR THURMOND . . . ex-officio member of the board. PRESIDENT SMITH ... has a visitor... GOVERNOR ARNALL ... of Georgia. BOARD OF TRUSTEES the fall meeting. convene ror 55 STUDENT COUNCIL tCVCt b . . . cJ—OAt l inaJLcm PRESIDENT McARTHUR . . . How road? the middle of the The cogs of a planned student activities machine didn ' t mesh in time to hum smoothly at the opening of the school year. Due to the lack of an organized student body, organization presidents ran to and fro wondering just where to concentrate their efforts. Student Council narrowly escaped an overthrow over the Red Letter Day . . . " Big Thursday " . . . when the President (of student body) resorted to profanity and other boorish methods to browbeat the hesi- tant, but loyal student council into action for an otherwise gala affair, instead of, a lovefeast for CAROLINA and CLEMSON. The Council then recollected a quorum and sought to entertain themselves by bickering over the various legal constitutions which could serve the best interest of the student body or ambitious political aspirants. Spring semester found our President resolving to drop out of student organizations and devote most of his time to meetings of the local Naval Reserve Unit. The Council, however, rallied its energies to conduct the most efficient elections in recent Caro- lina history. STANDING: Copeland, Routh, Keith. Braclcett, Riley, Williamson, Bahret, Hyman, Pounds McArthur, Dukes. Stein, Shealy. SEATED: Breeland, Walker, Moorer NA HONOR BOARD out er tcck Man ' s honor to his God and himself has been the basis for Carolina furthering the living examples to reflect in the conduct of every graduate. Over the years the principle has found itself clothed with new methods of presentation, new masters who allowed it to become undernourished, and then those who were zealous of its meaning in our way of life today. Present members of the Honor Board, chosen by their constituents, have experienced honor as an easy object to become rusty if not kept in use. Chair- man Gomez is to be commended more for his efforts than for his achievements. Infractions arose as they always do, and more tolerant members sought to minimize these violations by brief study of cases as well as by mild punishment. Branding irons of man ' s responsibility to self-honor and fellow- honor have grown cold, but Carolina is fortunate to have a possible few reheating the worn stock. CHAIRMAN GOMEZ . a stroll In the dark . LEFT TO RIGHT: Stein, Greer, Mood, B., Wheeler, Gregory, Gilliam, Wallace, Stone, Leland, Gomez, Parler, Harbin, Mood, A., King S7 kJhIu Ut e tetJLa 1 The bright days of fall brought to Carolina the largest student body in its history and the ever- changing, ever-puzzling system of registration made its annual debut all over again. After a summer of beach-combing, school for some, and jobs for those who wished to make hay while the sun shone, the student body decided to settle down to the grind getting an education though dances seemed to interfere at times. Big Thursday week-end and memberless committee meetings added to the con- fusion and just wouldn ' t return to normal. Student body president, Palmer McArthur, majored in " trial and error " methods of Student Council meetings while the efforts of the ever-watchful and energetic senior president, Al Bahret, beat endlessly against Council and Senior class inertia without much success. Bahret, in desperation, paid weekly tributes to false fronts through his column in the GAMECOCK. The strings of Carolina which loosely bound the Student Body together, proved very weak and usually, after six days of the steady grind and Friday ' s dance, everything was thrown to the four winds and students roved hither, thither, and yon; mostly yon. The social season was extra-glittering this year as formals spilled over the edges of the calendar of events. Fraternity Rush Week followed on the heels of Sorority Rush Week with its round of gala parties and smokers. The largest Student Body meeting of the year took place in the Field House to make sure that CLASSROOM . yardstick. SOCIALS . . . Pan-Hellenic goes all out for scholastic. RELIGION . . . Initial gathering, for Religious Emphasis Week. 58 plans for pre-Carolina-C I e m s o n Game festivities would be held in accord with C a r o I i n a ' s ideas. Above all was heard the resound- ing battle cry. " Burn that tiger! " Needless to say ... it was. Event scampered behind event until the Christmas holidays came upon a socially exhausted Student Body. After returning to books and labs, a sudden slump came along as all of us ambled to the end of an overplayed semester. The Spring semester came in slowly as everyone waited for elec- tions, stunt nights, songfests, and May Day. Sunday night drop-ins almost turned into minor political rallies. As elections approached neither supporter nor candidates knew what was coming off. A few " Dark Horses " were introduced at the last minute and a brand new election made its appearance with an explosion before a slightly be- wildered campus. The machine was revived! Long live the machine! When the fire was put out, smoke cleared away, we were able to look around; only some were heard to mutter cynically, " Well, it ' ll be a year for bungos! " One organization of Greek sisters seemed to reap all gains in the harvest of Spring activities. An old tradition was revived on May Day as students cleaned up campus, dormitories, and fraternity houses and enjoyed lunch on the Horseshoe through the courtesy of AKG and KSK. As usual, the day was rained out in the end and in spite of KSK ' s valiant efforts, the May Corona- tion seemed almost like an inside funeral procession. The weary hours gave way to !ast-minute houseparties, hurrying to pick up final preparations in courses with which we were vaguely familiar and the question of the day was " With whom are you going to the June Ball? " or " What are you going to do this summer? " 59 LACY BUTLER . . . refreshing optimism . . . pillar of the " Y. W. " . . . likes a good argu- lent . . . always on her way to meetings . . . great energies . . . good organizer ... re- sourceful . . . Y M her first love. JIM McCALLUM . . . embryo pharmacist . . . agreeable . . . plenty of initiative . . . Presi- dent Emeritus of Kappa Sigma Kappa . . . president-elect Blue Key . . . rising senior. BUTLER MARY PARKER . . . deeply religious . . . rea depth of character . . . clear thinker ... a good audience for anyone in trouble . . . has many original ideas . . . happy only when doing something for others. L wfta There are among those classified as student leaders some who stand in a category by themselves in character, service, and general worthwhileness. Each year, the Garnet and Black recog- nizes these, in so far as possible. Eight students and eight faculty members, nominating independently and without knowledge of the other members of the committee, balloted for the final selec- tees this year. We present them to you, and may their number increase. GENE SPEARS . . . boyish spirit of enthusiasm . . . member of the intelligentsia . . . capable . . . speaking of no mean sort of love. . never out LONG OLIVE LONG . . . efficient . . . dependable . . . given to enthusiasm . . . doesn ' t talk much . . . impartial in her thinking . . . wearer of the " shield and diamond " . . . rising senior co-ed. 60 NEIL ALLEN . . . quiet . . . dependable . . . unsung " Gamecock " . . . clean sportsman- . . seeks no praise, expects none. AL BAHRET . . . ever frank and forthright . . . clean as a hound ' s tooth ... a thorn, but a healthy one . . . " for the want of a phrase a column was lost " . . . efficient senior class president. BILLY ROUTH . . . fingered the pies . . . sent the GAMECOCK to victory, All-American Honor Rating . . . genial . . . frank . . . man of many arts. BOB ISBELL . . . keeper of the GAMECOCK desk . . . " fire and brimstone " , his motto . . . migrated to Charleston and " The News and Courier " . . . Blue Key. ALLEN k whc i itniJ " a -.-Mess. I BW recog- os le. Eight •, manbtfs, and without anbers of the I ' ■■■ idee- catved, tke Lataet nicke BETTIE MOORE . . . hard worker . . . piercing insight . supporting . . . means business and can do a job we more with silence than most of us could otherwise present when needed. BOBBY SUMWALT . . . conscientious . . . tactful enthusiasm . . . driving initiative ... all A ' s in Engineering School . . . carrying a double-edged sword for a better Carolina . . . " Mr. President " from all sides. ISBELL MOORE SUMWALT 61 JOHN COPELAND . . . amicable . strenuous . . . tackles the evitables . conscientious loyalty to his convictions . persistent . . . everybody ' s problems, his problems . . . " O ' SO " tired . . . " the wi to believe. " RAYMOND HALFORD . . . Assistant Treasurer of the Y. M. C. A. . . . soft spoken . . . quiet forcefulness . . . good organizer . . . dependable . . . serious-minded . . . began law school Feb. . . . Omicron Delta Kappa. GOMEZ DAN GIBBES . . . sterling character . . untiring energy . . . boundless ability . . gives constructive answers for student prob lems . . . listens more than he talks . . resolute . . . loved by those who know him admired by a GIBBES it ' it MARY McQUEEN . . . sincere ... un- selfish . . . optimistic . . . down to earth . . . willing anxiousness to please . . . contributes greatly to campus reforms . . . rising senior co-ed . . . enjoys keeping busy. OSBORNE GOMEZ . . . cherubic . . . chairman of the Honor Council . . . reticent . . . believes in burning the mid- night oil . . . always a helpful attitude . . . modest . . . rising senior. McQueen BILL JONES . . . true Carolinian . . . lazy going . . . capabilities unlimited . . . oratorical ability . . . unhurried . . . care- free . . . square shooter . . . ambitious . . . likes people and knows them. JONES I Jit ei ietve ■ ■ JOE RUTHVEN . . . quiet amiability . . President Emeritus of Euphradian . . backbone of W. S. S. F. . . . Blue Ke . . . country boy came to town. BILL TYSON . . . thorough . naturedly complaisant . . . ec Selden Society Law manual . . . blue- stocking Presbyterian . . . Wig and Robe . . . hard-playing tennis partner. SLOAN McARTHUR PALMER McARTHUR . . . ipana smile . . . likeable . . . devil-may- care attitude . . . hail-fellow-well- met . . . has wide connections . . . political minded . . . often found in the sorority rooms. FRANK SLOAN . . . witty . . . argues his best under pressure . . . a number one man in any under- taking . . . Chief Justice of Wig and Robe . . . Instructor of Journalism . . . corrected class papers during law lectures. n U n s n s u u n U 64 m y IMHHi Hi l ■ isaa t ■MHB Only alternative Climbing to the highest peak of University undergrad- uate work are those seniors whose pictures you will see on the following pages of this section. They have achieved much in understanding their deficiencies. Inspiration in the various vocations has been inspired by their associa- tions formulated during their four years of College, whether at Carolina or while attending other schools. . . . is determination een a Ltate . . SENIOR OFFICERS =?■ it (L e ceiaa if on DUKES, BAHRET, MOORE, WALLACE . Where ideas were always entertained . . . The class of ' 48 was not a hetergeneous one of men and women who entered as Freshmen in ' 44 and gradually progressed forward to graduation. Some had started years before, gone into service, and returned to finish, often married with children. Others had started later to take advantage of the accelerated program. A large part of the class graduated in January, and a still larger number of Juniors then moved up and became Seniors. Still, the Class of ' 48 had the appearances of being well organized, vigorous, and imbued with spirit, at least in its senior year. It was the first class in Carolina ' s recent history to hold monthly meetings and to exert its voice in stu- dent council through its president. The Seniors raised $450.00, held two dances (one a Graduation Ball), sharply debated many issues in class meetings, including the new con- stitution, and even more courageous braved the blasts of the student body president and the Gamecock and sat in on student council meetings. The class also undertook many proj- ects, including a self-service launderette for both men and women, music in the University cafeteria, reestablishment of the faculty com- mittee on student self-help, and monthly meal tickets on a per meal basis. Most went aground on the oft charted but still unnavigable shoals. Dean Chase was always ready to lend a well- practiced hand on the projects. Soon after mid-semester plans were started for a June Week. Admiral Smith set up a joint student-faculty committee to formulate gradu- ation plans. The student section was kept wait- ing while the faculty section met again and again under the chairmanship of Dean Chase. Finally, in April, upon the insistance of the Seniors, a joint meeting was held. Unfortunate- ly a report of this meeting was never forwarded to the President ' s office. Each class tends towards a quotation for a characterization of its activities. One Senior remarked that at least she felt a part of Caro- lina. If all the squabbling, partial failures, and apathy-wrecked plans still add up to this for at least a few of the members of the Class of ' 48, let it be worthy to stand as an epitaph. Leaders of the Class of ' 48 were President, Al Bahret; Vice-President, Barbara Dukes; Secre- tary-Treasurer, Bettie Moore; and Historian, Jean Wallace. 70 WARREN HENRY ABERNATHY Spartanburg, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Kappa Sigma Kappa; Booster Club; Y. M. C. A.; Spartanburg- Carolina Club; Head Cheerleader. HUBERT YORK ADAIR Clinton, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy American Pharmaceutical Association. CAROLYN DICKSON AFFELD Columbia, S. C. Pi Beta Phi. MARY LEE ALCORN Columbia, S. C. Pi Beta Phi; Polumethian Society. Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Arts HELEN OLDHAM ALLEN Sumter, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Kappa Pi; Co-Ed Association; v . W. C. A., Polumethian. McCOLLUM ALLEN, JR. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Lutheran Student Association. SAM W. ALLEN Bennettsville, S. C. B.S. in Commerce Phi Sigma Kappa; Block " C " Club; Manager of Footbal Team ' 43 and ' 44. FURMAN LeROY ANDERSON, JR. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering American Society of Civil Engineers, Treasurer; Baptist Student Union. CLASS OF ' 48 ABERNATHY ADAIR AFFELD ALCORN ALLEN, H.O. ' ALLEN, McC ALLEN, S. W. ANDERSON 71 ATWELL BADGER BAKER BARNES AUTLER BAHRET BALL BARRINGTON JAMES ANDERSON ATWELL Spartanburg, S. C. B.A. in Education Block " C " Club; Football; Track. ARNOLD M. AUTLER Forest Hills, N. Y. Bachelor of Science Phi Epsilon Pi, Treasurer, Vice-President; Kappa Sigma Kappa, Secretary, President; Compass and Chart; Sigma Alpha Zeta; Hillel Society; Orientation Instructor. EMILY JEAN BADGER Charleston, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Kappa Delta; Kappa Pi, Secretary; Euphrosynean Literary Society; Canterbury Club; Co-Ed Association. ALFRED EDWARD BAHRET, JR. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Bachelor of Arts Pi Kappa Alpha; " Carolina Review " , Editor-in-Chief; Student Council; President of Senior Class; Outstanding Among Caro- lina Students, 1948. WILLIAM SAMUEL BAKER, JR. Wilmington, N. C. Bachelor of Arts Kappa Alpha; International Relations Club, President; Cotil- lion Club; Westminster Fellowship; Freshman Law Class. PHILIP ROY BALL Yukon, Okla. B.A. in Education Sigma Chi; Block " C " Club; Compass and Chart; Football. JANE WILSQjr BARNES North AuMta, S. C. Bachelor of Ar Pi Beta Ph,;Mw. C. A.; Co-Ed Association. ■I A ■ Fayettev N. C. Bachelor of Arts Hypatian Liten Society, Marshal, Vice-President, President; Co-Ed Asseciatrt »nternational Relations Club- Beauty Sec- tion of 1948 Gal kand Black. OF ' 48 72 REGISTRATION— IN ALL ITS MISERY! CAROLYN BARUCH Rock Hill, S. C. B.S. in Pharmac Alpha Epsilon Phi; Hillel Society; American Pharmaceutical Association, Secretary. MARCIA MILDRED BASS North, S. C. Bachelor of Science Alpha Epsilon Phi; Hillel Society; Hypatian Literary Society, Vice-President; Co-Ed Association; Y. W. C. A. BENNETT RAY BAXLEY Hemingway, S. C. B.A. in Education y. M. C. A.; Baptist Student Union. JOHN BLAUVELT BEASLEY Nyack, N. Y. N. R. O. T. C, Lieutenant, Bachelor of Arts anne Mcdonald bell Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Science Delta Delta Delta; Transfer from College of Charleston. FRANK DeBOW BELL III Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Arts y. M. C. A.; Players Club; Intramural Boxing Team. HENRY BELL III Camden, S. C. Zeta Psi. Bachelor of Science WILLIAM MURRAY BENNETT Springfield, S. C. Bachelor of Science Euphradian Literary Society; Y. M. C. A,; Wesley Foundation; Law Federation; Freshman Law Class. BARUCH BAXLEY BELL, A. McD. BELL, H. BASS BEASLEY BELL, F. DeE BENNETT 73 BISHOP BOGGS BOLO BOWERS BOYKIN BOYLE BOyLSTON BRADBURY RUTH ANNE BISHOP Fort Valley, Ga. Bachelor of Arts Independents, Social Chairman, President. MARY ELOISE BOGGS Greenville, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Y. W. C. A.; Baptist Student Union. EUGENE RAY BOLO Wood River, III. B.S. in Civil Engineerin9 American Society of Civil Engineers; Block " C " Club; Basket- ball; Track. WILLIAM GRIER BOWERS Greenwood, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American Institute of Electrical Engineers. ELIZABETH ANCRUM BOYKIN Columbia, S. C. B.A. in Education Pi Beta Phi, Recording Secretary; Euphrosynean Literary So- ciety, Secretary, Treasurer; Co-Ed Association; Y. W. C. A.; Secretory of Junior-Senior Council; Garnet and Black. EUGENE CHARLES McGREGOR BOYLE Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Treasurer; Beaux Arts; Cotillion Club; Y. M. C. A.; Canterbury Club. 74 . UPNEL BOYLSTON Springfi B, S. C. Bachelor of Arl Kappa Sigi BKappa; Booster Club; Gamecock ' , Cartoonist; " Carolina R Rrw " , Artist; Freshman Law Class. KATHRYf NN BRADBURY Seneca, SIMS . . . DROP-INS . . . OLD ACQUAINTANCES— " JUST A LITTLE CLOSER, MARGARET " EDWIN BRADLEY McCormick, S. C. SIDNEY BRANDENBURG Elloree, S. C. Bachelor of Science B.A. in Journalism Euphrosynean Literary Society; Garnet and Black, Literary Editor; " Gamecock " , Society Columnist; Co-Ed Association; Honor Board; Honor Council, Secretary; Y. W. C. A.; Lutheran Student Association. PAUL ALLEN BRIDGES Blacksburg, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration y. M. C. A., Vice-President of Sophomore Council; Baptist Student Union, Secretary, President; Executive Committee of Religious Emphasis Week. DAN MclNTOSH BROWN Sumter, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration WILTON J. BROWN San Antonio, Texas Bachelor of Science Baptist Student Union; Carolina Geology Society. NANCY OLIN BRUNSON Florence, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Alpha Delta Pi; Transfer from Limestone College. HUGH WATT BRYSON, JR. Mountville, S. C. B.S. in Commerce Sigma Chi, Treasurer; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Cotillion Club; Clariosophic Literary Society; Westminster Fellowship, Vice- President. JAMES MAXWELL BUCHANAN Minonk, III. Bachelor of Arts BRADLEY BRANDENBURG BRIDGES BROWN, D. Mel BROWN, W.J. BRUNSON BRySON BUCHANAN 75 BULL BUMGARDNER BURBAGE BURRELL BULLARD BUNCH BURGDORF BUSH SARAH FAIRBANKS BULL Georgetown, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Delta Delta Delta; Euphrosynean Literary Society, Vice-Presi- dent; Pan-Hellenic; Y. W. C. A.; President of Sophomore " Y " Council; " Carolina Review " , Book Editor; Orientation In- structor; May Court ' 45; Maid of Honor ' 47; Beaux Arts; Beauty Section, 1948 Garnet and Black. DOROTHY DeVOE BULLARD Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Delta Zeta; Transfer from Furman University. SHERROD LEWIS BUMGARDNER Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Science Baptist Student Union. JOHN DALLAS BUNCH, JR. Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Science Pi Kappa Phi, Rush Chairman, President; Blue Key; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Interfraternity Council, Secretary, President; Euphradion Literary Society; Y. M. C. A., Cabinet, Freshman Council Advisor; Orientation Instructor; Cotillion Club, Treas- urer; German Club. IRIS H. BURBAGE Greenville, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Zeta Tau Alpha; Y. W. C. A., Secretary of Sophomore " Y " Council; University Players; University Band. FRANCES REBECCA BURGDORF Springfield, S. C. B.A. in Education Delta Zeta; Hypatian Literary Society; Y. W. C. A.; Co-Ed Association. HERMAN lf R ON BURRELL, JR. SpartanlWg, S. C. B.S. in Commerce Kappa Sign H Inter-Fraternity Council. LENA JE«TTE BUSH North A Lta, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Euphrosynean fl Bry Society; Y. W. C. A.; Booster Club; Co-Ed Associatio ptist Student Union; Transfer from Junior College, Augusta, CL OF ' 48 76 ■EDITORS! THIS WILL BE EASY!! " LACY CATHERINE BUTLER Winston-Salem, N. C. Bachelor of Arts Alpha Kappa Gamma, Secretary; " Gamecock " ; University Players; Debating Medal; W. U. S. C, President; Y. W. C. A., President: Co-Ed Association; Orientation Instructor; Out- standing Among Carolina Students, 1948. PEGGY WRIGHT CAIN Sumter, S. C. Pi Beta Phi. Bachelor of Science RUFUS HAYNES CAIN, JR. Little Rock, S. C. Bachelor of Science Alpha Epsilon Delta. PHILIP SIDNEY CALVO, JR. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Chemical Engineering Phi Kappa Sigma, Vice-President; Sigma Alpha Zeta; y. M. C. A.; Intramural Basketball and Softball. ROBERT E. CAMP Rock Hill, S. C. Euphradian Literary Society; Law Federation; Freshman Law Class. MARION RAST CAMPBELL Varnville, S. C. Bachelor of Science Sigma Nu. FELIX NICHOLAS CANTORE New Brunswick, N. J. B.A. in Education Newman Club; Block " C " Club; Varsity Football 42, ' 43, All-State ' 43; Basketball ' 42, ' 43, ' 46, ' 47, Captain; Honorable Mention Ail-American Football ' 43. SAMUEL L. CARLTON Anderson, S. C. achelor of Science BUTLER CAIN, R. H. CAMP CANTORE CAIN, P. W. CALVO CAMPBELL CARLTON 77 CAUGHMAN CHARLES CLARK COBB CELY CHURCH CLARKE COKER CARL RUSSEL CAUGHMAN Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Kappa Alpha; Y. M. C. A.; Lutheran Student Association. MARTHA CLAIRE CELY Easley, S. C. Bachelor o f Arts Alpha Delta Pi, Vice-President, President; Euphrosynean Lit- erary Society, Treasurer; Co-Ed Association, Treasurer. WILLIAM KIMBROUGH CHARLES, JR. Greenwood, S. C. Law Pi Kappa Alpha; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Freshman Law Class. JANE OTELA CHURCH Arlington, Va. Bachelor of Arts Pi Beta Phi; Euphrosynean Literary Society, Secretary; Garnet and Black; " Carolina Review " , Managing Editor, Associate Editor; Co-Ed Association; Y. W. C. A., Treasurer; Interna- tional Relations Club. FRANKLIN LeROBERT CLARK Lexington, S. C. Bachelor of Science Pi Kappa Phi; Kappa Sigma Kappa. Bachelor of Science CAROLYN VIRGINIA CLARKE Estill, S. C. Delta Delta Delta, Chaplain; Euphrosynean Literary Society; Y. W. C. A.; Deputation Team; Co-Ed Association; Canter- bury Club; Beauty Section of 1948 Garnet and Black; Transfer from Converse College. JAMES ED «RD COBB Gaffney, BC. B.S. in Civil Engineering REBECCA Turbevil Sigma Alpha Association. vUDE COKER C. B.S. in Chemical Engineering ; Christian Service Club; Women ' s Athletic CLAgS OF ' 48 78 . MAJORETTE MAGIC . . ARTHUR THROOP COLE San Gabriel, Calif. Bachelor of Arts MARY ELIZABETH COLE Charleston, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Chi Omega; " Gamecock " ; y. W. C. A.; Co-Ed Association. PEYTON DuBOSE COLE Orlando, Fla. B.A. in Education Delta Psi Kappa; Women ' s Athletic Association. HUGH VICTOR COLEMAN Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Commerce Alpha Epsilon Delta; Y. M. C. A. . BELINDA ADELINE COLLUM Batesburg, S. C. Bachelor of Arts University Players; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A.; Co-Ed Associa- tion; Booster Club; " Gamecock " , Society Editor; Women ' s Athletic Association; All-Star Basketball Team; Chairman of Riding Club; Associate Editor of Freshman Handbook. GEORGE MORROW COMBS Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Chemistry Sigma Nu. JOY CONARD Guntersville, Ala. Chi Omega. Bachelor of Arts CLAIR WILLIAM CONAWAY Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering Delta Tau Delta; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Transfer from Kansas State. COLE, A. T. COLE, M.E. COLE, P. DuB. COLEMAN COLLUM COMBS CONARD CONAWAY 79 COOPER COPELAND COPLAN CORBETT CORDES CORLEY COUCH COURTNEY W. LEE COOPER Pelion, S. C. Law Phi Sigma Kappa; Law Federation; Freshman Law Class. JOHN ROSS COPELAND Ehrhardt, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Sigma Chi, Treasurer; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Omicron Delta Kappa; Clariosophic Literary Society, Student Council Repre- sentative: Garnet and Black, Circulation Manager, Editor-in- Chief; y. M. C. A., Cabinet, Treasurer of Junior-Senior " y " Council, State " 7 " Retreat Treasurer; Canterbury Club; Orientation Instructor; Outstanding Among Carolina Students 1948. MARILLYN COPLAN Columbia, S. C. Alpha Epsilon Phi; Hillel Society. TOMMIE RAY CORBETT Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Arts Independents; Sociology Club; " Carolina Review " , Circulation Manager. ROBERT A. CORDES Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Phi Alpha Sigma; Psi Gamma; Pi Gamma Mu; Euphradian Literary Society; Board of Publications. AGNES NORINE CORLEY Edgefield, S. C. y. W. C. A.; " Gamecock " , Exchange Editor, Society Editor; Booster Club; Transfer from Coker College. Bach acnelor o f Arts ROSA L»N COUCH Batesb p, S. C. Bachelor of Sciencl rau fl i A; " Gamecock " . ANDRE JMNARD COURTNEY Columbi Hk. ( , B.S. in Civil Engineering American Soci kf Civil Engineers. CLASS OF ' 48 so KSK CREATES " GYM HOTEL " FOR " COWDETS " ON BIG THURSDAY JO ANN COUSINS Newberry, S. C. Bachelor of Science Delta Zeta, Historian; Hypatian Literary Society; Y. W. C. A.; Lutheran Student Association; Co-Ed Association; May Court. ' 47. EVELYN RUTH COWARD Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy Delta Zeta: Beauty Section of 1948 Garnet and Black. JULIA EVELYN COX Rock Hill, S. C. B.S. in Retailing Alpha Delta Pi; Co-Ed Association; Booster Club; Orientation Teacher. FAITH FLORA CRAWFORD Georgetown, S. C. Bachelor of Science Delta Delta Delta; Euphrosynean Literary Society; Garnet and Black, Feature Editor; Canterbury Club, Vice-President; y. W. C. A.; Co-Ed Association. WILLIAM ALLAN CRAWFORD Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Retailing FRED H. CROSS Marion, S. C. B.S. in Commerce Block " C " Club, Secretary; Manager of Football Team ' 46, Assistant Trainer ' 47. WILLIAM BRUCE CROWLEY W. Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Arts y. M. C. A.; Baptist Student Union; Intramural Sports. LOWELL EARLE CULBERTSON, JR. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha. COUSINS COWARD COX CRAWFORD, F.F CRAWFORD, W. A. CROSS CROWLEy CULBERTSON 81 JEAN RUTH DAVIS Florence, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Chi Omega; Hypatian Literary Society: University Players; " Gamecock " , Feature Editor; University Chorus; Booster Club. RAYMOND EARLE DAVIS, JR. W. Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Arts WILLIAM HASKELL DERRICK, JR. Dacusviile, S. C. B.A. in Business Administration MARY ELIZABETH DILLARD Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Kappa Delta; Euphrosynean Literary Society; Orientation Instructo r; Beauty Section of 1948 Garnet and Black. CLYDE A. DORN Greenwood, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Independents; Y. M. C. A. SAM B. DOUGHERTY North, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Sigma Nu. ROBERT THOMAS DOUGLAS, JR. Winnsbo J S. C. Bachelor of Science CARL EU JJE DOWDEY Columbi ft. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American Inst k of Electrical Engineers. DAVIS, J. R. DAVIS, R. E. DERRICK DILLARD DORN DOUGHERTY DOUGLAS DOWDEY CL OF ' 48 82 PRESIDENT SMITH PAyS A CALL GEORGE WHIFIELD DREHER Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Commerce JOHN ARTHUR DREHER Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American Institute of Electrical Engineers. BARBARA ANN DUKES Columbia, S. C. B.A. in Education Delta Delta Delta; Euphrosynean Literary Society, Treasurer, Vice-President, President; University Chorus; Co-Ed Associa- tion; Vice-President of Senior Class; Student Council, Vice- President of Student Body; Westminster Fellowship; Transfer from Brenau College, Gainesville, Ga. ELIZABETH GARY DUNCAN St. George, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Kappa Delta, Editor, Secretary; Euphrosynean Literary Society; y. W. C. A.; Co-Ed Association, Reporter, Secretary; Booster Club; May Court in ' 46, ' 47. JANE BLAKELY DURHAM W. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Education Chi Omega, President; Y. W. C. A.; Pan-Hellenic Council; Co-Ed Association: Beauty Section of 1948 Garnet and Black. JEANNE NORTHROP EARLY Charleston, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Kappa Delta, Vice-President, President; Euphrosynean Literary Society, President; Y. W. C. A.; Canterbury Club; Co-Ed Association. MARTHA CAROLYN EDENS Columbia, S. C. B.A. in Education Zeta Tau Alpha, Vice-President; Delta Psi Kappa; Y. W. C. A.; Co-Ed Association; Women ' s Athletic Association, Vice-Presi- dent of State Women ' s Athletic Association. FRANCIS EARL ELLIS Martin, S. C. Bachelor of Science Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Secretary, ■ Vice-President; Student Council; President of Sophomore Class; Interfraternity Council; Cotillion Club; Intramural Sports. II DREHER, G. W. DUKES DURHAM EDENS DREHER, J. A. DUNCAN EARLY ELLIS, F. E. 83 : MARION LeROy ELLIS Kingstree, S. C. Bachelor of Arto Wesley Foundation; First Hampton Award in Romance Languages. VASSAR L. ESLINGER , Atlanta, Ga. Bachelor of Science Phi Sigma Kappa; Freshman Law Class. CHARLES STUART EVANS, JR. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Cabinet Member of Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Intramural Sports. HAROLD EDWARD EVANS Rock Hill, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy EVELYN FARESS Charleston, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Kappa Pi; " Gamecock " ; University Players; Co-Ed Association. JAMES CONWAY FARLEY Nashville, Tenn. B.S. in Civil Engineerihg American Society of Civil Engineers. FRANCIS WLIAMS FARMER Allendal BS. C B.S. in Pharmacy . ' ■ON FELKEL, JR. Anderso Bfp. C. Bachelor of Science y. M. C. A. I ELLIS, M.LeR. ESLINGER EVANS, C. S. EVANS, H. E FARESS FARLEY FARMER FELKEL CL OF ' 48 84 GONTA ' HATE MySELF IN THE MORNING WILLIAM EARLE FENDER, JR. Canadys, S. C. Bachelor of Science Alpha Epsilon Delta; Clariosophic Literary Society. BETTY ANN FISCHEL Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Science Alpha Epsilon Delta, Historian; Sigma Alpha Zeta; Hypatian Literary Society; Polumethian Society; Y. W. C. A.; Univer- sity Players; Co-Ed Association; Tennis Club. GEORGE HERMAN FISCHER Columbia, S. C. Sigma Nu; German Club; Freshman Law Class. Lav BETTY ANN FISHER Pelzer, S. C. B.S. in Commerce Delta Delta Delta; Euphrosynean Literary Society; Y. W. C. A.; Co-Ed Associstion. FRANKLIN AUGUSTUS FOLK Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering PATSY ANN FORTINBERRY Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Delta Delta Delta. Vice-President, President; Pi Gamma Mu; Canterbury Club; Y. W. C. A.; Co-Ed Association. WILLIAM EDWIN FOSTER Spartanburg, S. C. Kappa Alpha. B.S. in Commerce ELIJAN DOWLING FREE III Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Phi Kappa Sigma, Vice-President; Carolina Corsairs, Historian; intramural Sports. FENDER FISCHER FOLK FOSTER FISCHEL FISHER FORTINBERRY FREE 85 FRIEDMAN FUNDERBURK GANTT GASTON FULMER GAINES GASQUE GEORGE ANNE FRIEDMAN Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Science Delta Tau, Secretary, Treasurer; Hypatian Literary Society; " Gamecock " ; Pan-Hellenic Council; Co-Ed Association; y. W. C. A.; Booster Club; Hillel Society. ALLAN EDWARD FULMER Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Kappa Sigma; N. R. O. T. C; Compass and Chart; Garnet and Black, Assistant Business Manager; Freshman Law Class; Glee Club; Choral Club, Business Manager. JAMES THOMAS FUNDERBURK Lancaster, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy Sigma Alpha Epsilon; American Pharmaceutical Association, Vice-President, President; Freshman Football; Varsity Football; Tennis. SIDNEY C. GAINES Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineers Delta Tau Delta; American Society of Civil Engineers. HOMER WELDON GANTT, JR. Greenville, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration SUZANNE GASQUE Elloree, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Euphrosynean Literary Society; Y. W. C. A.; Baptist Student Union; Co-Ed Association; Women ' s Athletic Association. MARY SAM GASTON RichburMS. C. Garnet and Kck, Sophomore Editor, 47; " Gamecock " , Fea- ture Editor, B; y. W. C. A.; Co-Ed Association; Westminster Fellowship. ROBERT R Columbia Phi Kappa Sigma ' 86- Law ' AND CAROLINA ELECTED HOMECOMING QUEEN HELEN VERA GENTRY Summerton, S. C. B.S. in Commerce Independents; Y. W. C. A.; Co-Ed Association. SHIRLEY JEAN GERGEL Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Alpha Epsilon Phi, Secretary, Chapter Editor; Hypatian Lit- erary Society, Critic; Y. W. C. A.; Hillel Society; Orientation Instructor. SADIE JEAN GIBBONS New Zion, S. C. Transfer from Colcer College. B.S. in Commerce WALTER ODOM GILLAM Springfield, S. C. B.S. in Education y. M. C. A.; Carolina Christian Service Club. MARGIE LaVERNE GODWIN Summerton, S. C. B.S. in Commerce Independents; Y. W. C. A.; Baptist Student Union. WILLIAM ALFONSO GOINS McColl, S. C. B.S. in Commerce LEON STEELE GOODALL Gallatin, Tenn. B.S. in Business Administration EUGENE D. GOODWIN, JR. Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Science GENTRY GERGEL GIBBONS GILLAM Phi Sigma Kappa; Westminster Fellowship. GODWIN GOINS GOODALL GOODWIN 87 GEORGE ERL GORMLY, JR. Jacksonville, Fla. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering N: R. O. T. C: Compass and Chart, Vice-President; N. R. O. T. C. Rifle Team. LAURENS R. GRAHAM Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American Institute of Electrical Engineers. Secretary; Institute of Radio Engineers; German Club. GORMILY GRAHAM, LR GRAHAM, W.T. GRANT GREGG GREGORY GRIFFIN GRIGGS WILLIAM THOMAS GRAHAM Greensboro, N. C. Bachelor of Science Phi Sigma Kappa, President; Euphradian Literary Society; y. M. C. A.; Newman Club, President. DON DUBOSE GRANT Bishopville, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering Kappa Alpha, Historian, Vice-President, President; Blue Key, President; Honor Council; Honor Board; American Society of Civil Engineering; Vice-President of Junior Class. CHARLOTTE MARIE GREGG Florence, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Alpha Delta Pi, Vice-President, President; Alpha Kappa Gamma; Euphrosynean Literary Society; Student-Faculty Rela- tions Board; Pan-Hellenic Council; Y. W. C. A.; Co-Ed As- sociation; Cheerleader, ' 47. WILLIS GREGORY, JR. Florence, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Transfer from Clemson College. SAMUEL HMR GRIFFIN, JR. Ayndei K ' • B.S. in Business Administration WILLIAM 1KRIGGS, JR. St. Matthe S. C Pi Kappa Phi 88 GOT A " CIG " ? GEORGIANA BARNWELL GRIMBALL Charleston, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Delta Delta Delta, Chaplain, ' 46; Kappa Pi; Transfer from College of Charleston. RAYMOND GAINES HALFORD Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi, Scribe, President; " Gamecock " ; Clariosophic Literary Society; Y. M. C. A., Assistant Treasurer; Canterbury Club; Associate Editor of Freshman Handbook; Freshman Law Class; Outstanding Among Carolina Students, 1948. CHARLES FRANK HAMMOND Camden, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy American Pharmaceutical Association. JANE GOWER HAMMOND Blackville, S. C B.A. in Education Kappa Delta; Euphrosynean Literary Society; Canterbury Club, Secretary; Co-Ed Association; Tennis Team. FRANK BARNES HAMPTON DeWitt, Ark. American Pharmaceutical Association, Secretary; Transfer from George Washington University, Washington, D. C. B.S. in Pharmacy BESSIE BARNARD HANKINSON Aiken, S. C. Bachelor of Arts HUGH OLIVER HANNA, JR. Varnville, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy Kappa Sigma; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Omicron Delta Kappa, Vice-President; American Pharmaceutical Association; Euphra- dian Literary Society, Secretary: Vice-President of Junior Class, ' 43; y. M. C. A., President of Sophomore Council, ' 42; Intra- mural Sports. CLAUD RALPH HARRISON Baton Rouge, La. B.S. in Commerce Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Block " C " Club; Football; Most Valu- able Player, ' 47. GRIMBALL HAMMOND, C. F. HAMPTON HANNA HALFORD HAMMOND, J. G. HANKINSON HARRISON 89 W. ALLEN HARTER, JR. Fairfax, S. C. Sigma Alpha Zeta. BETTY IRENE HEDRICK Winston-Salem, N. C. Chi Omega; Pan-Hellenic Council. Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Arts BERTIE CAROLYN HEMINGWAY Andrews, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Kappa Delta; Alpha Kappa Gamma, Treasurer, Vice-President; Euphrosynean Literary Society, Secretary-Treasurer; Student Body Council; V. W. C. A., President of Sophomore Council; Co-Ed Association, Historian; Orientation Instructor; May Court, ' 46 and ' 47; Beauty Section 1948 Garnet and Black. GRAHAM FISHER HENDLEY W. Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Science Phi Kappa Sigma; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Alpha Epsilon Delta; y. M. C. A,; University Glee Club; University Band. THOMAS M. HENRY, JR. Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Science Delta Sigma Pi. STEPHEN DUNCAN HERON, JR. Jackson, Miss. Kappa Sigma. Bachelor of Science HARTER HEMINGWAY HENRY HIOTT HEDRICK HENDLEY HERON HOGAN HARRY W LAND HIOTT, JR. Columbj S. C. Bachelor of rts Sigma Nu B Epsilon Nu; " Gamecock " , Advertising Managl Business M Rger; Compass and Chart; Cotillion Club; Germal Club, S.ci Hry; Booster Club. OTTO «DERIC HOGAN, JR. Greeley f, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy American Pha ccutical Association. CUKS OF ' us 90 A " SCHOLARLy RETREAT " SARAH LOUISE HOLLAND Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Science Delta Zeta; Garnet and Black, Business Staff: Y. W. C. A.; Baptist Student Union; Glee Club; Co-Ed Association. WILLIAM CHADWICK HOLLEY Leesville, S. C. Bachelor of Science Phi Kappa Sigma. MARGARET HORRY HOLMES Edisto Island, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Kappa Delta; Euphrosynean Literary Society; Canterbury Club; Co-Ed Association; Booster Club; May Court, ' 47; Y. W. C. A. MINNIE FARMER HOLMES Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Science Alpha Delta Pi, Rush Chairman; Euphrosynean Literary So- ciety; Co-Ed Association; Pan-Hellenic Council. GEORGE HARRISON HOOVER, JR. Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Science Kappa Sigma, Treasurer, President; Garnet and Black, Business Manager, ' 45; German Club, Vice-President; Cotillion Club; Canterbury Club: Booster Club; Intramural Sports. ANTHONY CLEGG HOPPER Gaffney, S. C. Bachelor of Science Pi Kappa Phi, Secretary; Euphradian Literary Society. BOBBY ORAN HORTON Spartanbur3, S. C. Bachelor of Science Lambda Chi Alpha; " Gamecock " , Reporter; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, President of Junior-Senior " Y " Council; Canterbury Club; Cotillion Club. ELINOR CROFT HOWELL Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Pi Beta Phi; " Carolina Review " , Business Manager; Euphrosy- nean Literary Society; Y.. W. C. A.; Co-Ed Association. HOLLAND HOLLEY HOLMES, M. H. HOLMES, M.F. HOOVER HOPPER HORTON HOWELL 91 HUGGINS HUGHES HUNEyCUTT HUNT HUTTO ISBELL. CD. ISBELL, R. JENERETTE, A WILLIAM DAVIS HUGGINS Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Science MIKELL GILES HUGHES Saluda, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American Institute of Electrical En3ineers, Treasurer. DWIGHT JACKSON HUNEYCUTT Mt. Croghan, S. C. Bachelor of Science Euphradian Literary Society, Vice-President. HARRY E. HUNT Atlanta, Ga. Compass and Chart. Bachelor of Science DAVID LOVETT HUTTO Swansea, S. C. Bachelor of Science Baptist Student Union; American Pharmaceutical Association; Intramural Sports. CAROLYN DEAN ISBELL Greenville, S. C. achelor of Arts Kappa Delta; Euphrosynean Literary Society; Garnet and Black, Business Staff; Co-Ed Association; y. W. C. A. ROBERT ISBELL Anderson, Jr C. ?f Arts Lambda Chi Kha; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Blue Key; t ohra- dian Literan Bociety; " The Gamecock " , News Editor. Mamig- ng Editor, ■itor-in-Chief; Outstanding Among Carolina dents, 194 ANNETVBJENERETTE Mullins A ( ■ Bachelor of Science Delta Dclta Bta; Euphrosynean Literary Society. CL OF ' 48 92 " NOW— AIN ' T IT THE TRUTH! " GILES ALTMAN JENERETTE Mullins, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Blue Key, Secretary, Treasurer; Interfraternity Council, Treasurer; Cotillion Club; German Club; Beaux Arts, President; Orienta- tion Instructor. RICHARD LEWIS JOHNSON Clinton, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering American Society of Civil Engineers. JOHN DAVID JOHNSTON St. George, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Sigma Chi, Associate Editor, Historian; Y. M. C. A.; Garnet and Black, Business Staff, ' 45, Editorial Staff, ' 48; Cotillion Club; German Club. HAMILTON CHALMERS JONES, JR. Greenville, S. C. Bachelor of Science Kappa Alpha; Cotillion Club; German Club; Y. M. C. A., Cabinet- Orientation Instructor; Booster Club. HENRY LEWIS KEARSE Bamberg, S. C. Kappa Sigma. B.S. in Chemistry HUBERT RAY KELLEY Tampa, Fla. B.S. in Civil Engineering American Society of Civil Engineers. RALPH SHEALY KENNEDY Batesburg, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Phi Kappa Sigma. ROBERT PEARCE KIEFFER Ridgeland, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi. JENERETTE, G. A. JOHNSON JOHNSTON JONES KEARSE KELLEY KENNEDY KIEFFER 93 KILGORE KING KISER KISTLER KLATTE KOON KOHN KORNEGAY JAMES JACKSON KILGORE Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Kappa Sigma. SAM BEARD KING, JR. Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Science Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Secretary, ' 40, Vice-President, ' 41; Inter- fraternity Council: German Ciub; Block " C " Club; Varsity Boxing, ' 40 and ' 41; Freshman Basketball. GERALD DON KISER Gardendale, Ala. Bach elor ot bcience Kappa Alpha: Block " C " Club; N. R. O. T. C, Platoon M. P. O.; Corsairs; German Club; Varsity Boxing, Team Co- Captain: Intramural Sports, Light-Heavyweight Boxing Champion. THOMAS CALHOUN KISTLER Darlington, S. C. B.S. in Commerce EDWARD PENDLETON KLATTE Mt. Dora, Fla. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering CHARLES ALLEN KOON Ware Shoals, S. C. Bachelor of Arts 94- JOSEPH I Nj|KOHN ColumbiMS. C. Hypatian I Hary Society. MARVIN»FTIN KORNEGAY Greensb N. C. B.S. in Naval Science Kappa Alpha ; kllion Club; German Club. m DZs GIVE A XMAS SEND OFF ROBERT KOSLOW Paterson, N. J. Bachelor of Arts Phi Epsilon Pi; V. M. C. A.; Hillel Society, President. FLORENCE RITA KOTTLEMAN Orlando, Fla. Bachelor of Arts Delta Tau; Hypatian Literary Society; Hillel Society; Co-Ed Association; Booster Club; Women ' s Athletic Association. ELIZABETH MARIE KOTY Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Chi Omega, Corresponding Secretary; Euphrosynean Literary Society; Garnet and Black, Sorority Editor, ' 47, Activities Editor; " Gamecock " ; Publicity Chairman of World Student Service Fund; Beaux Arts. ROBERT CAMPBELL LAKE, JR. Whitr z, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Pi Kappa Phi, President; Blue Key, Corresponding Secretary; Euphradian Literary Society, Vice-President; Cotillion Club; German Club, Treasurer; Westminster Fellowship; Orientation Instructor. JAMES EDWARD LAND Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering Sigma Chi; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. WADE EDWIN LANFORD Enoree, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Sigma Chi; Sigma Alpha Zeta. HARRIET ANN LANGFORD Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Alpha Delta Pi; Euphrosynean Literary Society; Y. W. C. A.; Co-Ed Association; May Court, ' 47; Beauty Section of 1948 Garnet and Black. LEWIS CLEVELAND LATIMER W. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Chemical Engineering Sigma Alpha Zeta. KOSLOW KOTTLEMAN KOTY LAKE LAND LANFORD LANGFORD LATIMER 95 LAVENDER LEONARD LEWIS, B. L LEWIS, V. L. LEITZSEY LESSLIE LEWIS, J. B LIGHTSEy WILLIAM THOMAS LAVENDER New Zion, S. C. B.S. in Commerce JACOB EARL LEITZSEY Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering TRUDIE JANE LEONARD Clearwater, Fla. Bachelor of Arts Kappa Delta, Treasurer; Euphrosynean Literary Society; y. W. C. A., Religious Emphasis Week Committee; West- minster Fellowship, Treasurer, Vice-President; Co-Ed Associa- tion, Reporter; Women ' s Athletic Association; May Court, ' 46. WILLIAM HERMAN LESSLIE Lesslie, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Pi Kappa Phi. BETTY LYLES LEWIS Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Science Alpha Psi Omega; University Players; Westminster Fellowship. JESSIE BURKE LEWIS Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Delta Delta Delta, Vice-President, President; Euphrosynean Literary Society; Beaux Arts; Transfer from the College of Charleston. VERENA LAMAJ Greenville P C. Bachelo W Arts Alpha Delta BT y. W. C. A.; Co-Ed Association; Euphrosm an Literary Sc Wy; University Players; Booster Club; Tran from Univi By of North Carolina. ROSAL)«BRUNSON LIGHTSEY Brunson C. Bachelor of Arts Alpha Chi O k; Euphrosynean Literary Society; Garnet and Black, Busmesl kft, Literary Editor; y. W. C. A.; Co-Ed As- sociation; Tran from Brenau College, Gainesville, Ga. CLASS OF ' 48 96 ' THERE SHALL BE MUSIC ROY VERNAN LlND Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Alpha Psi Omega; Canterbury Club; University Players; German Club; Intramural Sports; Freshman Law Class. HENRY JACKSON LINDSEY, JR. Anderson, S. C. B.S. in Commerce Delta Sigma Pi. CAROLINE DUNCAN LITTLEJOHN North Charleston, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Carolina Christian Service Club; University Players; Sociology Club. President. JOSEPH ALEXANDER LITTLEJOHN Cowpens, S. C. B.S. in Commerce OLIVER MARSILIUS LITTLEJOHN Cowpens, S. C. B.S. in Chemistry Sigma Alpha Zeta; Baptist Student Union, Vice-President. THOMAS C. LITTLEJOHN Cowpens, S. C. Bachelor of Science Baptist Student Union. JAMES WILLIAM LOGAN North Augusta, S. C. Freshman Law Class. FAY LOMANSKY Camden, S. C. Law B.S. in Commerce Alpha Epsilon Phi; Alpha Kappa Gamma; Hypatian Literary Society, Secretary: y. W. C. A., Cabinet; Hi 1 1 el Society, Vice- President; Co-Ed Association; Booster Club. LlND LITTLEJOHN, CD. LITTLEJOHN, O. M. LOGAN LINDSEY LITTLEJOHN, J. A. LITTLEJOHN, T. C. LOMANSKY 97 LOVATA LUCAS McARTHUR McCANDLISH LOVE McABEE McCALLEy McCORD ALBERT FRANK LOVATA Denver, Colo. Bachelor of Science Lambda Chi Alpha, Treasurer, Vice-President; Blue Key; Theta Nu Sigma; Y. M. C. A., Cabinet; Compass and Chart; Band; Canterbury Club; Booster Club. LILLIAN ANNE LOVE Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Kappa Delta, Editor; Kappa Pi, Vice-President; Euphrosynean Literary Society, Secretary; Y. W. C. A.; Co-Ed Association; Booster Club; Cheerleader; May Court, ' 47. MARJORIE ELISE LUCAS Cayce, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy Independents; American Pharmaceutical Association. FLORENCE EVELYN McABEE Greenville, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Delta Zeta; Hypatian Literary Society; Y. W. C. A., Vesper- Committee; Wesley Foundation; Co-Ed Association; Glee Club, President. BARNWELL PALMER McARTHUR Bennettsville, S. C. B.S. in Bus. Administration Kappa Sigma, Vice-President; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Omicron Delta Kappa; President of Student Body; Y. M. C. A. Treasurer, Editor of Freshman Handbook, President of Sopho- more " Y " Council, Sophomore Council Advisor; Honor Coun- cil; Honor Board; Carolina Christian Service Club, Secretary; Westminster Fellowship; N. R. O. T. C; Compass and Chart; Cotillion Club; German Club, President; Cheerleader; Orienta- tion Instructor; Outstanding Among Carolina Students, 1948. GRAY McCALLEy Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Chemical Engineering American Society of Civil Engineers, Secretary. ANN GOD»y McCANDLISH n M . Bachelor of Art. Kappa Delta Biuphrosynean Literary Society; Y. W. C. A. Co-Fd Assoc ftn; Orientation Instructor. HAROLD mMcCORD Greenwoo MS. C. B.S. in Commerce Kappa Alpha, l urcr, Secretary; Interfraternity Council Secretary; Cotillion fcb; German Club. CL OF ' 48 98 TRI DELT NIGHT AT THE JEFFERSON MARJORIE McCORKLE York, S. C. Bachelor of Science Alpha Gamma Delta; Y. W. C. A.; Co-Ed Association; Transfer from Brenau College, Gainesville, Ga. THOMAS B. McCURRY Anderson, S. C. Bachelor of Arts WILLIAM SMITH McCURRY, JR. Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Science MARY FRANCES McDONALD Greenville, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Chi Omega; Y, W. C. A.; Co-Ed Association; Booster Club. ROBERT GRAY McELWEE, JR. Clover, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy Phi Kappa Sigma; American Pharmaceutical Association. FRANCES ELIZA McGEE Leesville, S. C. B.A. in Education Independents; Hypatian Literary Society. JOHN F. McGRATH Brooklyn, N. Y. B.S. in Civil Engineering tpsilon Lambda Sigma; American Society of Civil Engineers, Vice-President, President; Newman Club, President. JAMES McGREADY Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering American Society of Civil Engineers. McCORKLE McCURRY.W. S. McELWEE McGRATH McCURRY.T. Mcdonald McGEE McGREADY 99 JAMES LOUIS McGURK East Rochester, N. Y. Bachelor of Science ROBERT MURRAY MclNTOSH Hartsville, S. C. Bachelor of Science DONALD BRUCE McKELLAR Greenwood, S. C. B.S. in Commerce Kappa Alpha, Treasurer, Vice-President, President; Interfra- ternity Council, Vice-President; Y. M. C. A.; Westminster Fellowship; Cotillion Club; German Club; Glee Club. DOROTHY ELIZABETH McLEOD Yonges Island, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Delta Delta Delta, Historian; Kappa Pi; Euphrosynean Literary Society; Y. W. C. A., Social Chairman; Garnet and Black, Business Staff, ' 47; Co-Ed Association; Westminster Fellowship; Beaux Arts; Transfer from Converse College. HERBERT DUPRE McMAHAN Belton, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy American Pharmaceutical Association. EDWARD WEBB McMILLAN Ulmers, S. C. Bachelor of Science Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Cotillion Club; German Club; Block " C " Club; Football. McGURK MclNTOSH McKELLAR McLEOD McMAHAN McMillan MARCHETTE MARTIN, H.L DONALDMJGENE MARCHETTE Florenc BS. C. B.S. in Com y. M. C. harrietWduise MARTIN Sumter, Bt Bachelor of Science Alpha Delta Pl W. C. A.; Co-Ed Association. CLASS OF ' 48 100 CADANER I5BELL GETS A KSK OPERATION " JESSE WILLIAM MARTIN Columbia, S. C. Delta Sigma Pi; Freshman Law Class. JOHN ALLEN MASON Greenwood, S. C. Bachelor of Science Kappa Alpha; Clariosophic Literary Society; Garnet and Black, Editorial Staff; Y. M. C. A., Cabinet, Vespers Committee; Wesley Foundation. DAVID SONDLEY MATTHEWS Little Mountain, S. C. B.S. in Bus. Administration Lutheran Student Association. FRANCES EARLYNE MATTOX Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy Hypatian Literary Society; American Pharmaceutical Associa- tion, Treasurer. CALHOUN ALLEN MAYS, JR. Greenwood, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Kappa Alpha. MACK REUBEN MEANS Rock Hill, S. C. American Pharmaceutical Association. B.S. in Pharmacy CATHERINE HEATH MEDFORD Walhalla. S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy Alpha Epsilon Delta; Hypatian Literary Society; American Pharmaceutical Association. MARBETH MELLETTE Turbeville, S. C. Baptist Student Union. B.A. in Education MARTIN, J. W. MASON MATTHEWS MATTOX MAYS MEANS MEDFORD MELLETTE I 101 MELTON MERIWETHER MICKLE MILLER MIMS MOONEY MOORE, B.J. MOORE, M. B. RECKY ANN MELTON Cheraw, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Chi Omega, Corresponding Secretary; Y. W. C. A.; Co-Ed Association; Women ' s Athletic Association, Treasurer. JAMES BABCOCK MERIWETHER Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Euphradian Literary Society; Track Team, Manager, Cross Country. BEVERLY JUNE MICKLE Columbia, S. C. ANNA RODDEY MILLER Florence, S. C. B.A. in Education Bach elor ol Scie Alpha Delta Pi; Euphrosynean Literary Society, Censor; Co-Ed Association, Treasurer. PAUL SILAS MIMS Florence, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration DAVID HASELL MOONEY, JR. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American Institute of Electrical Engineers. BETTIE JOYCE MQC Clearwater, FL BachelorS Arts Kappa Delta Literary Sociei dent Body; Westminster Instructor; S| tion. Treasui Students, na Kappa Gamma. President; Euphroswean FStudent Council, Secretary-Treasurer of f-Hellenic Council, President; Y. W. C. Al Jlowship, Vice-President, Secretary; Orientation! Itary-Treasurer of Senior Class; Co-Ed Associa- IMay Court, ' 46; Outstanding Among Carolina MARLBOR BREEDEN MOORE, JR. Bennettsvi S. C. B.S. in Mech. Engineering Kappa Alpha; Pn Engineers; Y. M. mural Sports; Swimn Sigma; American Society of Mechanical Cotillion Club; German Club; Intra- kTeam. CL OF ' 48 102 [% BLUE KEy INITIATES GET SQUARED AWAY RICHTER HERMAN MOORE, JR. ' Mayo, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Pi Kappa Phi; Clariosophic Literary Society, Sergeant-at-Arms; International Relations Club; University Players; Booster Club; German Club. CAROLYN WESTBURRY MOORER Bowman, S. C. Bachelor of Arts ROBERT H. MOORER Harleyville, S. C. Bachelor of Science EDWARD HAROLD MORRISON Hartsville, S. C. Bachelor of Science RITA LEVEN MOSES Sumter, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Delta Tau, President; Hypatian Literary Society; " Gamecock " ; y. W. C. A.; Co-Ed Association; Hillel Society; Booster Club. WILLIAM GRAHAM MOSES, JR. Sumter, S. C. Freshman Law Class. Lav JAMES CLAIR MOSELEY, JR. Union, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Freshman Law Class. JOHN O. NATES Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy American Pharmaceutical Association; Y. M.C. A.; W. U.S. C. Orientation Instructor. MOORE, R. H. MOORER, R.H. MOSES, R. L MOSELEY MOORER, C.W. MORRISON MOSES, W.G. NATES 103 NELSON, H.C. NELSON, S. E. NOLTE O ' BRYAN NELSON, J. M. NEVILL O ' BANNON O ' HARA HENRY CARRINGTON NELSON, JR. Hemingway, S. C. Bachelor of Arts y. M. C. A.; Westminster Fellowship. JOE M. NELSON Camden, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American Institute of Electrical Engineers. SAMUEL EDGAR NELSON Gable, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Sigma Chi, Annotator; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Cotillion Club; Transfer from Clemson College. BETTY LEE NEVILL Saluda, S. C. B.S. in Commerce Zeta Tau Alpha, Secretary; Co-Ed Association; Booster Club; Women ' s Athletic Association. JEAN BEVERLY NOLTE Charleston, S. C. B.S. in Commerce Independents; Y. W. C. A.; Wesley Foundation; Transfer from Columbia College. HARRY LEE O ' BANNON Barnwell, S. C. Pi Kappa Phi. B.S. in Commerce WILLIAM M. Q RYAN Kingstree, JwC. Freshman Law Hss. JOSEPH PH O " Columbia ! C. Bachelor of Arts Sigma Alpha f Bpn; Kappa Sigma Kappa, Secretary; Blue Key; Clariosopr Literary Society, President, Critic; Inter fraternity Council ior Council; Honor Board; Cotillion Club; German Club; Or tion Instructor, CLAS OF ' 48 104 CIGARETTE-A COKE AND OFF TO CLASSES SIDNEY WILLIAM OLIVER Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Science BURT M. ORR, JR. Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Science Pi Kappa Phi, President; Block " C " Club, Vice-President; Basketball; Track. MARION ALSTON PARK, JR. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Memorial Fellowship Club. RAYMOND D. PARK Biloxi, Miss. B.S. in Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha; V. M. C. A. BETTIE BROOKS PARKER Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Science Hypatian Literary Society; Polumetheian; Y. W. C. A.; Marion Sims Scholarship in Biology. MARY IRENE PARKER Beaufort, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Delta Delta Delta; Euphrosynean Literary Society; Y. W. C. A., Cabinet, Chairman of Deputation Team; Canterbury Club, Vice- President; Carolina Christian Service Club; Outstanding Among Carolina Students, 1948. NERA LINVILLE PARKER Rembert, S. C. Alpha Epsilon Delta; Tennis. JAMES NANCE PARR Newberry, S. C. Bachelor of Science Law Lambda Chi Alpha; Euphradian Literary Society; Interfraternity Council: Freshman Law Class. OLIVER ORR PARK, M.A. PARK, R. D. PARKER, B. B. PARKER, M.I. PARKER, N.L. PARR 105 PARRISH PATRICK PENNEy PETERS PHASEY PHILLIPS, B. L PHILLIPS, C. M. PIERCE ' OSCAR SMITH PARRISH Easley, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy American Pharmaceutical Association. CAROLYN BEAN PATRICK Asheville, N. C. J.S. in C ommerce y. W. C. A.; Co-Ed Association; University Band Majorette; May Court ' 46 and ' 47. JOHN THOMPSON PENNEY Charleston, S. C. Bachelor of Science JOHN ROBERTS PETERS, JR. Brunson, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Lambda Chi Alpha. JESSIE DeNIKE PHASEY Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Science Delta Zeta; Alpha Kappa Gamma, Corresponding Secretary; Hypatian Literary Society, Student Council Representative; y. W. C. A., Cabinet, President of Sophomore ' " " Council; Vice-President of Junior-Senior Council; Carolina Christian Club, Vice-President; Garnet and Black, Editorial Staff; Publicity Chairman of Religious Emphasis Week. BETTY LEE PHILLIPS Be I, S. C. Bach elor or science Alpha Delta Pi, Vice-President; Delta Psi Kappa; Pan-Hellenic Council; Y. W. C. A.; Baptist Student Union. CAROLYNJRARY PHILLIPS Scirnwe S. C. Bachelor of Sciew:e Alpha D H Pi; Co-Ed Association; Homecoming Queer Beauty S|? ' of 1948 Garnet and Black. D »INGSTONE PIERCE Florenc B6. C. Bachelor of Arts Sigma Nu, ktary; Kappa Sigma Kappa; y. M. C. A., Cabinet, Prog Chairman ; Cotillion Club: German Club; Glee Club. 106 VETERANS VOTE FOR SUBSISTENCE BOOST MARY BULL PINCKNEY Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Kappa Delta; Euphrosynean Literary Society; Y. W. C. A. Canterbury Club. ROBERT JACKSON PLUMER Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Engineering American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Chairman. ROBERT DUKE PLYLER Lancaster, S. C. B.S. in Commerce LAWRENCE WELFORD POLLARD, JR. Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Science Sigma Chi; Y. M. C. A., Cabinet. VIVIAN LOU POUNDS Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Delta Zeta, Secretary; Hypatian Literary Society, Student Council Representative, President; Carolina Christian Service Club; y. W. C. A.; Pan-Hellenic Council. MARINELLE POWELL Charleston, S. C. Kappa Pi. B.A. in Education EVELYN LAWRENCE PRESTON Winchester, Va. Bachelor of Arts Pi Beta Phi, President; Co-Ed Association. JOHN EDWARD PRICE, JR. Jacksonville, Fla. B.S. in Civil Engineering Intramural Sports; Track, ' 44. PINCKNEY PLUMER PLYLER POLLARD POUNDS POWELL PRESTON PRICE, J. E 107 PRICE, M. PUTNAM RAWLE READY REAMES REAVES RICHARDSON ROBERTS MYER PRICE Laurens, S. C. B.S. in Chemical Engineering Phi Epsilon Pi, President; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Sigma Alpha Zeta, Vice-President; Clariosophic Literary Society; Interfra- ternity Council. WILLIAM THOMAS PUTNAM Florence, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Alpha Tau Omega, Treasurer, President; Interfraternity Council. CATHERINE BETTY RAWLE Naval Base, S. C. y. W. C. A.; Tennis Club. MARGARET WHITE READY Columbia, S. C. A.B. in Education Bachelor of Arts Kappa Delta; Kappa Pi; Euphrosyncan Literary Society; Stu- dent Board of Publications; Y. W. C. A., Secretary of Freshman " Y " Council, Secretary of Sophomore " V Council; Pan- Hellenic Council: Co-Ed Association; Orientation Instructor. JOHN ADAM REAMES Sumter, S. C. Kappa Sigma. B.A. in Retailing ELMER BRUCE REAVES Roanoke Rapids, N. C. B.S. in Elec. Engineering American Institute of Electrical Engineers; N. R. O. T. C, Company Commander. 108 GRADY »IS RICHARDSON Gresha lS. C. B.S. in Commerced LAURA | - Columb K). C Zcta Tau Alp Presidcnt; Pan-Hellenic Council; Garnet and Black; y. W. A., Cabinet, Vice-President of Sophomore " Y " Council; Bd Association; Booster Club, Secretary Treasurer; WomeT Athlctic Association, Treasurer. FUTURE ENGINEERS " DISCOVER " CAROLINA JOSEPH HAMMOND ROBINS, JR. Columbia, S. C. B.A. in Education RUTH BARASFORD MANDRIEFF ROBINSON Old Greenwich, Conn. B.S. in Bus. Administration Alpha Delta Pi; Euphrosynean Literary Society; Y. W. C. A.; Co-Ed Association, President; Transfer from University of New Zealand. EDWARD THOMAS ROGERS Darlington, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering American Society of Civil Engineers. EDWARD YOUNG ROPER Lake City, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy Kappa Alpha; American Pharmacy Association, President. WILLIS RICHARD ROSS W. Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Science CHARLES REGINALD ROUSE, JR. Asheville, N. C. B.S. in Commerce Sigma Alpha Epsilon. FOSTER MILLER ROUTH Columbia, S. C. A.B. in Journalism Sigma Nu, Vice-President, President; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Omicror. Delta Kappa; " Gamecock " , Assistant Sports Editor, Managing Editor, Editor-in-Chief; Garnet and Black, Assistant Business Manager, ' 46; Interfraternity Council; Cotillion Club: German Club; Intramural Sports; Outstanding Among Carolina Students, 1948. NANCY ROBINSON RUFF Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Delta Delta Delta, Treasurer; Euphrosynean Literary Society; y. W. C. A.; Co-Ed Association; Beaux Arts. ROBINS ROGERS ROSS ROUTH ROBINSON ROPER ROUSE RUFF 109 RUTHVEN SAFRAN SALEEBy SALTER SANDERS SAVEDGE SAWYER SCARBOROUGH JOE PERRY RUTHVEN Chesterfield, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Pi Kappa Phi, Secretary, President; Euphradian Literary So- ciety, Secretary, President; Y. M, C. A,, Steering Committee for World Student Service Fund; Outstanding Among Carolina Students, 1948. MILTON SAFRAN Columbia, S. C. Pi Lambda Phi. B.S. in Commerce EDWARD E. SALEEBY Hartsville, S. C. Bachelor of Science Pi Kappa Alpha, President; Student Council, President of Junior Class; Y. M. C. A.; Interfraternity Council; German Club; Senior Leader. WILLIAM EDGAR SALTER, JR. W. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy Pi Kappa Phi; American Pharmaceutical Association; Baptist Student Union. IRENE EARNEST SANDERS Hagood, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Alpha Delta Pi, Treasurer; Y. W. C. A.; Canterbury Club; Co-Ed Association; Orientation Instructor. OSCAR EUGENE SAVEDGE Wadmalaw Island, S. C. Bachelor of Ar ts y. M. C. A.; Westminster Fellowship; Freshman Law Class; Law Federation; Transfer from The Citadel. GENE KA IRYN SAWYER ColumrJ B S. C. Bachelor of Arts ' Delta ZetaB W - C - A - Baptist Student Union. I rmKELL SCARBOROUGH, JR. Columbiai C. Bachelor of Science Kappa Sigma. CL OF ' 48 no PKAs TURN A FEW JOHN SCHESSLER Columbia, S. C. Freshman Law Class; Law Federation. Bachelor of Arts HERMAN JOSEPH SCHMITZ, JR. Westfield, N. J. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering Sigma Nu, Commander; Newman Club; Interfraternity Council; Cotillion Club, Secretary; German Club; Block " C " Club; Football. RAYMON SCHWARTZ, JR. Sumter, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Omicron Delta Kappa; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Pi Kappa Delta; Pi Gamma Mu; Euphradian Literary Society. Treasurer. Secre- tary, Vice-President, President; Orator ' s Medal, Student Coun- cil; Euphradian Representative; Student Board of Publications; Debating Team; Orientation Instructor; Booster Club. JAMES SMITH SEASE Newberry, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration BETTY JEAN SEIGLER Edgefield, S. C. B.A. in Education Delta Psi Kappa; Baptist Student Union; Women ' s Athletic Association. WILLIAM THORNWELL SENN, JR. Seneca, S. C. B.S. in Commerce Kappa Alpha; German Club; Transfer from Presbyterian College. THELMA JEAN SERIO Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Science Chi Omega, Vice-President; Euphrosynean Literary Society; y. W. C. A.; Co-Ed Association. RUSSELL RAMON SHAW Bishopville, S. C. Alpha Tau Omega. Bachelor of Arts SCHESSLER SCHMITZ SCHWARTZ SEASE SEIGLER SENN SERIO SHAW SHEALY, C.L SHEALY. F. W. SHIELS SHULER SHUMPERT SIFFORD SINGER SINGLETON CYRUS L. SHEALY Lexington, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Pi Kappa Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Clariosophic Literary Society, Serge nt-at-Arms, Secretary, Vice-President, President; Student Council, Clariosophic Representative; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Editor of " ' News Letter; Carolina Christian Service Club, Vice-President; Garnet and Black, Literary Editor, ' 47; Student Assistant in French Department. FRANK WRIGHT SHEALY Little Mountain, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Lambda Chi Alpha; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Y. M. C. A. eran Student Association, Secretary. Luth- CHARLES FRANCIS SHIELS III Cincinnati, Ohio Bachelor of Arts Sigma Chi; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Blue Key. Vice-President; Garnet and Black, Sports Editor. ' 47; " Gamecock " , Sports Editor, ' 47; " Carolina Review " , Sports Editor, ' 47; Orientation Instructor; Block " C " Club; Manager of Varsity Football; Cotillion Club, Secretary; Cheerleader, ' 47, ' 48. ERNEST FRANKLIN SHULER Holly Hill, S. C. American Pharmaceutical Association. B.S. in Pharmacv F. O ' NEAL SHUMPERT Pineville, N. C. B.S. in Business Administration VERA JEAN SIFFORD Clover, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Delta Zeta, Corresponding Secretary, Vice-President; Hypatian Literary Society, Treasurer; Pan-Hellenic Council; Y. W. C. A.; Carol : n-i Christian Service Club, Secretary-Treasurer; Co-Ed Association. 112 PESSH MINDA SINGER Charlftn, S. C. JOSEPH WARD SINGLETON Conwa o C. Freshman Law s, Law Federation CAROLINA GETS A NEW SWITCHBOARD CARVER NORTON SMITH Williston, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Clariosophic Literary Society; Booster Club. DAVID PERLEY SMITH, JR. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering Phi Kappa Sigma. FULWOOD ASBURY SMITH Gray Court, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy American Pharmaceutical Association; Y. M. C. A.; Booster Club. SARA FRIEDMAN SNYDER Charleston, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Alpha Epsilon Phi, Treasurer, President; Alpha Kappa Gamma; y. W. C. A., Cabinet; Hillel Society; Co-Ed Association, Vice-President; Booster Club. WILLIAM EUGENE SPEARS, JR. Union, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Sigma Chi, Annotator; Kappa Sigma Kappa, Treasurer; Omi- cron Delta Kappa; Clariosophic Literary Society, Critic, Secre- tary; Garnet and Black, Fraternity Editor, ' 47; Student Coun- cil; President of Freshman Class; Y. M. C. A., Cabinet, Vespers Committee; Carolina Christian Service Club, Vice-Presi- dent; Outstanding Among Carolina Students, 1948. B.S. in Commerce COLLINS MALVIN STEELE Columbia, S. C. Phi Kappa Sigma. BETTY RUTH STEPHEN Pacolet, S. C. A.B. in Sociology Alpha Delta Pi; Euphrosynean Literary Society; Y. W. C. A., Cabinet; Co-Ed Association; Vespers Committee; Orientation Instructor; Sociology Club, Vice-President. IRENE STERN Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Science Alpha Epsilon Phi; Y. W. C. A.; Hillel Society; Co-Ed As- sociation; Booster Club; University Players. SMITH, C.N. SMITH, F.A. SPEARS STEPHEN SMITH, D. P. SNYDER STEELE STERN 113 STEVENS STOWERS STUCKEY SUMMER SWARTWOUT SWINDLER TALBERT TANNER CYRIL JEROME STEVENS Union, S. C. WILSON H. STOWERS Huntington, W. Va. Sigma Nu; Sigma Alpha Zeta. Bachelor of Science B.S. in Chemistry WISTER DANIEL STUCKEY Bishopville, S. C. Bachelor of Science Sigma Chi; Y, M. C. A.; University Orchestra. CHARLES FORREST SUMMER, JR. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Vice-President. BLANCHE ADELE SWARTWOUT Beaufort, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Alpha Delta Pi. ROBERT H. SWINDLER Charlotte, N. C. Phi Kappa Sigma, Treasurer. B.S. in Commerce KENNETH C TALBERT AllendaleM. C. Bachelor of Science ' Kappd Sigma Bice-Presidcnt President; Interfraternity Couiv cil; German H ' Cotillion Club; Orientation Instructor. BILLIE MA«TANNER Fl orence, CL B.S. in Education OF ' 48 114 SPRING ON THE WAV AND PARTIES IN THE MAKING JAMES WADE TARRER, JR. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering American Society of Civil Engineers; Newman Club. FITZ GERALD TAYLOR Eastover, S. C. A.B. in Journalism KENNETH LEONARD TAYLOR Charleston, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering Kappa Sigma; Omicron Delta Kappa; American Society of Civil Engineers; Religious Emphasis Week Committee; y. M. C. A.; " Gamecock " , Business Manager; Intramural Sports; Baseball Manager, ' 45. LEE BROWN TAYLOR Columbia, S. C. VERNON ACE TAYLOR Miami, Fla. B.S. in Commerce Bachelor of Science Sigma Alpha Zeta; " Salvo " , Editorial Staff; Compass and Chart; University Players; W. U. S. C, Production Manager. MARY ELIZABETH TEACHEY Wallace, N. C. Hypatian Literary Society. EDWARD FRANCIS TEAGUE Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Arts Phi Kappa Sigma; Clariosophic Literary Society, President; Interfraternity Council; Garnet and Black, Business Staff; Gamecock " , Business Staff. GEORGE ROBERT TINDALL Trenton, N. J. B.S. in Business Administration Sigma Nu; Cotillion Club; German Club, President; Block " C " Club, Secretary; Intramural Spbrts. TARRER TAYLOR, K.L. TAYLOR, V. A. TEAGUE TAYLOR, F. G. TAYLOR, L. B. TEACHEY TINDALL (15 TINSLEY TOZIER TREWHELLA TURNER TOMS TRAYLOR TUCKER TYE, J.W. MARTHA ANN TINSLEY Florence, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Alpha Delta Pi, Treasurer; Euphrosynean Literary Society; y. W. C. A.; Co-Ed Association. JERRY FORTUNE TOMS Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Arts NORMA LORRAINE TOZIER Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Delta Zeta, President; Hypatian Literary Society; Y. W. C. A.; Pan-Hellenic; Co-Ed Association; Sociology Club, President. HERBERT WALLACE TRAYLOR White Oak, S. C. B.S. in Commerce Delta Sigma Pi. STEPHEN WILLIAM TREWHELLA Palmer, Mich. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering Block " C " Club; Intramural Sports, Basketball. MARY VINCENT TUCKER Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Kappa Delta; Euphrosynean Literary Society; y. W. C. A.; Co-Ed Association; University Chorus; May Court, ' 47. ARTHUR Columbi. JAMES Columbia Sigma Chi Navy Boxing 50N TURNER C. ' NE TYE C. B.S. in Chemistr achelor of. Arts Club; Corsairs, ' 46; N. R. O. T. C. ' ion, ' 46. CL OF ' 48 116 A LITTLE OUTDOOR BRAIN WORK MARGARET SMITHEY TYE Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Commerce Delta Zeta, Treasurer; Polumethian Club, President; ' . W. C. A.; Baptist Student Union. RAYMOND HENRY TYLER Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Hutchinson Award in Economics; Freshman Law Class. ROSE KNOX VEDDER Clover, S. C. Delta Zeta. A.B. in Education MARY RUTLEDGE VIEHMEYER Winnsboro, S. C. B.S. in Geology HOWARD FRIERSON VINCENT Lynchburg, S. C. Bachelor of Science Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Y. M. C. A.; Westminster Fellowship. AUBREY MAX WALKER Montgomery, W. Va. B.S. in Bus. Administration Block " C " Club; Intramural Sports. EUGENE ELLISON WALKER Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Science Kappa Alpha; Freshman Law Class. NAT G. WALKER Spartanburg, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy American Pharmaceutical Association, Treasurer; Intramural Sports, Tennis. TYE, M.S. VEDDER VINCENT WALKER, E. E. TYLER VIEHMEYER WALKER, A.M. WALKER, N.G. 117 WALLACE WANNAMAKER, R. D. WATSON, R.A. WATSON, W. C. WANNAMAKER, H.C. WATSON, P. A. WATSON, W. A. WEINER DOROTHY JEAN WALLACE Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Commerce Kappa Delta, Vice-President; Euphrosynean Literary Society; Student Council; Secretary-Treasurer of Junior Class; Historian of Senior Class; Y. W, C. A. HARRY CLIFTON WANNAMAKER Orangeburg, S. C. B.S. in Commerce Kappa Alpha. ROBERT DUNCAN WANNAMAKER St. Matthews, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering American Society of Civil En3ineers. PIERCE ALLEN WATSON Ware Shoals, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Alpha Psi Omega; University Players, President; Glee Club; Freshman Law Class. ROBERT ALEXANDER WATSON Macon, Ga. B.S. in Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi. WILLIAM AUGUSTIN WATSON III Macon, Ga. Bachelor of Science Delta Sigma Pi; N. R. O. T. C, Platoon Leader; Compass and Chart. WILLIAM WATSON, JR. Marion, B C. Bachelor of Ar? Phi Sigma B pa. DAVID »-JER Columbians. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering Pi Lambda Phfl cretary, President; American Society of Civil Engineers; Hille cicty. CL OF ' 48 118 THAT ANSWER ' S HERE SOMEWHERE MARIUS HUGHEY WELLS Holly Hill, S. C. Bachelor of Science Kappa Sigma, Secretary, President; Sigma Alpha Zeta; y. M. C. A.; University Band. BURTON MAYNARD WHEELER Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Phi Kappa Sigma, President; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Y. M. C. A., Vice-President of Freshman " Y " Council; Baptist Student Union, Vice-President; Interfraternity Council. WILLIAM JAMES WHITESELL Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Science Sigma Alpha Zeta; Harper Honorary Scholarship in Chemistry; Wesley Foundation. GERALD HENDRY WHITLOCK W. Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Arts BETTY LOUISE WILBURN Union, S. C. B.A. in Education ROBERT LEE WILEY Bridgeport, Tenn. B.S. in Business Administration EARL GORDON WILLI MS, JR. Aiken, S. C. Bachelor of Science American Pharmaceutical Association. GLORIA CLAIRE WILLIAMS Manning, S. C. Bachelor of Arts Delta Delta Delta; Euphrosynean Literary Society; Y. W. C. A.; Canterbury Club; Co-Ed Association. WELLS WHEELER WHITESELL WHITLOCK WILBURN WILEY WILLIAMS, E.G. WILLIAMS, G.C WILSON, J. D. WILSON, R. E. WINDHAM WOLANIN WILSON, J. H. WILSON, T. L WINGARD WOOD, G. D. JAMES DOLIVER WILSON Kenova, W. Va. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American Institute of Electrical Engineers. JAMES HOWARD WILSON Blythewood, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration ROBERT EDWIN WILSON Sumter, S. C. Sigma Nu. Bachelor of Arts THOMAS LEWIS WILSON, JR. Rock Hill, S. C. Bachelor of Science Transfer from Mars Hill College, Mars Hill, N. C; and Furman University, Greenville, S. C. ROLAND HERBERT WINDHAM Timmonsville, S. C. B.S. in Education REID SWINTON WINGARD, JR. Lexington, S. C. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering Phi Kappa Sigma. SOPHIE MAE WOLAN. Sharon, Penn. Independents; Hyi theian Society, Staff, ' 46; Y. Week; Newmai Co-Ed Associati sociation; Bool College, Pittsb GETTIS DEAl Greenville, Pi Kappa Phi, ciety; v . M. C. A.; Business Manager. .S. in Business Admir fcation Fan Literary Society, Secretary; Poll] -President; Garnet and Black, Busines A., C ommittee for Religious Emphe lub, News Reporter, Secretary, President; University Chorus; Women ' s Athletic As- Club: Transfer from Pennsylvania State Penn. ' OOD, JR. Bach f Sci. elor or Science Secretary; Euphradian Literary So- ion Club; German Club; W. U. S. C, CLAX OF %8 120 ' ■ ' ■ ' ■ ' . ' THOSE PERMANENT RECORDS— AGAIN JAMES SUMNER WOOD Greer, S. C. Bachelor of Science BEN EVERETTE WOODWARD Montmorenci, S. C. Bachelor of Science Alpha Epsilon Delta. JAMES THERON WOODWARD, JR. Columbia, S. C. Law Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Freshman Law Class. ELIZABETH CONDER WRENN Columbia, S. C. Bachelor of Science JAMES K. YATES Columbia, S. C. HENRY GRADY YONCE Johnston, S. C. Bachelor of Science B.S. in Commerce WILLIAM THOMAS YOUNG Mayesville, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering Blue Key, Sergeant-at-Arms, Secretary-Treasurer, President: Kappa Sigma Kappa, Secretary, President; American Society of Civil Engineers, President; Orientation Instructor, Chairman of Orientation Instructors. WOOD, J. S. WOODWARD, B. E. WOODWARD, J. T. WRENN VATES YONCE YOUNG 121 Though Three years seemed long for those earning a degree and planning to leave school; but with those whose col- lege career is many-sided and full of love for Alma Mater, this time has passed too quickly. They have been intent upon experiencing graduation day, but they also take a backward glance at what has been, and what wiil mean more to them later on. One additional feature has yet to be attached. Con- summate achievement is just ahead, and many events can take place within that brief interval of a year to shape the three-year man to Seniority and a product of which we can be justly proud. time lingers not ri w oon JUNIOR OFFICERS mmm WILLIAMSON, HOOK, LUMPKIN Time out for relaxation . . . No end J-Ul u lite (pjequinuta or tlte euJL Ji " UW4l ' From the beginning of September until the end of May, the Junior Class had difficulty in finding anything in which to interest them- selves. They even found it hard to come to a few class meetings, called simply to elect Homecoming queens and such things, where at- tendance was at a minimum and a quorum was never attained. Its leaders and members gained very little distinction by being a separate class, due to the fact that they tried, unsuccessfully, joint meetings with the Senior Class. No dances were sponsored for any worthy projects and no reforms were accomplished. Members of the class sought honors over the campus in various activities with little interest or concern in anything besides their own per- sonal gains. As one Junior to another, the class earned the reputation of being the most active in any affair on the campus, but not one of being a spearhead of attack for the better- ment of their class, their fellow students, or their Alma Mater. Officers of the class were: President, Tom Williamson; Vice-President, Charlie Gaines; Secretary-Treasurer, Jean Lumpkin; Historian, Lvnn Hook. 124 CLASS OF ' 49 ABBOTT ABRAMS ASKEW ATKINSON BAXTER BEARD BLACKMON BLEAKLEy ALLISO BAILEy BELL BLOCK BETTY A. ABBOTT Education Cayce, S. C. SOL E. ABRAMS Orangeburg, S. C. Phi Epsilon Pi — Journal sm EDITH G. ALLISON Music JOHN U. AMEEN Phi Kappa Sigma — Arts and Gaffney, S. C. Great Falls, S. C. Science CALLIS J. ANDERSON Arts and Science Hartsville, S. C. CHARLES L. APPLEBy, JR. Pi Kappa Phi — Engi leer St. George, S. C. JOSEPH V. ASKEW Phi Kappa Sigma — Business Ad Lockhart, S. C. ministration ARTHUR E. ATKINSON, JR. Arts and Science Darlington, S. C. CHARLES E. BAILEY Lockhart, S. C. Commerce KENNETH W. BALDWIN, JR. Columbia, S. C. Journalism WALLACE P. BARNES Columbia, S. C. Commerce CHARLOTTE H. BARTON Delta Zeta — Arts anc Sc Dillon, S. C. ence AMEEN BALDWIN BENNETT BLUME ANDERSON APPLEBy BARNES BARTON BENSON BICOFF BLUNDEM BOATWRIGHT HARRY M. BAXTER, JR. Georgetown, S. C. Kappa Sigma — Arts and Science FRANK P. BEARD, JR. Bishopville, S. C. Commerce GEORGE L. BELL St. George, S. C. Arts and Science LOU E. BENNETT Cheraw, S. C. Kappa Delta — Arts and Science SAMUEL A. BENSON Hartsville, S. C. Delta Sigma Pi — Business Administration DAVID BICOFF Greenville, S. C. Engineering BETTY J. BLACKMON Greenville, S. C. Delta Delta Delta — Arts and Science MARION E. BLEAKLEY Columbia, S. C. Kappa Alpha — Commerce RUPERT BLOCKER Beaufort, S. C. Phi Sigma Kappa — Journalism G. ALSIE BLUME Columbia, S. C. Zeta Tau Alpha — Arts and Science ELIZABETH A. BLUNDEM Charleston, W. Va. Delta Delta Delta — Business Administration FAUST B. BOATWRIGHT Edgefield, S. C. Commerce 125 BOOTH BOSTIC BOSWELL BOyD III BOyLSTON BRADHAM BRASINGTON BROOKS BROOKSHIRE BROWN, E. K. BROWN, F. E. BROWN, K. G BROWN, R. C. BROWN, W. C. BUNCH BUNN BUTLER, JR. ByNUM B RD, E. ByRO, M. L. CAIN, JR. CALDWELL, JR. CAPPS CART SAMUEL I. BOOTH Loris, S. C. Pharmacy BILL N. BOSTIC High Point, N.C. Lambda Chi Alpha — Arts and Science WILLIAM J. BOSWELL Oran g eburg, S. C. Phi Sigma Kappa — Arts and Science WILLIAM L. BOYD III Columbia, S. C. Sigma Alpha Epsilon — Arts and Science ELIZABETH A. BOYLSTON Columbia, S. C. Business Administration JOHN W. BRADHAM Greeleyville, S. C. Phi Sigma Kappa — Education RICHARD D. BRASINGTON Columbia. S. C. Sigma Alpha Epsilon — Arts and Science MARY H. BROOKS Columbia, S. C. Secretarial Science BESSIE M. BROOKSHIRE Greenville, S. C. Arts and Science EMILY K. BROWN Lake City, S. C. Arts and Science FRANK E. BROWN San Luis Potosi, Mexico Theta Chi — Business Administration KATHLEEN G. BROWN Hemingway, S. C. Delta Zeta — Arts and Science RALPH C. BROWN Rock Hill. S. C. Arts and Science WILLIAM C. BROWN Spartanburg, S. C. Kappa Sigma — Retailing ANNE E. BUNCH Columbia, S. C. Arts and Science EMERY L. BUNN Georgetown, S. C. Phi Kappa Sigma — Pharmacy JAMES O. BUTLER, JR. Chappell, S. C. Engineering CAROLYN BYNUM Darlington, S. C. Kappa Delta — Arts and Science EUNICE BYRD Columbia, S. C. Education MARY L. BYRD Greenwood, S. C. Pi Beta Phi — Arts and Science FRANCIS M. CAIN, JR. Sumter, S. C. Delta Sigma Pi — Commerce JAMES N. CALDWELL. JR. Columbia, S. C. Phi Kappa Sigma — Arts and Science JACK D. CAPPS Conway, S. C. Commerce VIOLA E. CART Columbia, S. C. Business Administration CLASS 126 k CATO CAUTHEN CHILDERS CLARK, E. A. CLARK, R. C. CLECKLEy COLEMAN, E.O. COLEMAN, M. E. COOPER CRAWFORD CRIBB CROCKETT CHILDS, S. CHILDS, W. L. CLINE COKER COSKREy COXE CRUMLEY CULLER CHILES COLEMAN, CO CRAIG CURTIS EMMIE W. CATO Columbia, S. C. HARRY L. CLINE Gaffney, S. C. Arts and Science Arts and Science JOHN F. CAUTHEN Anderson, S. C. Lambda Chi Alpha — Arts and Science MARY E. COKER Education Turbeville, S. C. HELEN J. CHILDERS Summerton, S. C. Arts and Science CURTIS O. COLEMAN Commerce Columbia, S. C. SANDE CHILDS Columbia. S. C. Kappa Delta — Arts and Science EDWARD O. COLEMAN, JR. Arts and Science Florence, S. C. WILLIAM L. CHILDS Spartanburg, S. C. Delta Sigma Pi — Arts and Science MARY E. COLEMAN Arts and Science Saluda, S. C. JEANETTE CHILES Lakeland, Fla. HERSCHEL COOPER Savannah, Ga. Kappa Delta — Commerce ELIZABETH A. CLARK Marion, S. C. Pharmacy RAY C. CLARK Columbia, S. C. Lambda Chi Alpha — Engineering EDWARD W. CLECKLEY Aiken.S. C. Sigma Alpha Epsilon — Engineering OF ' 49 Phi Epsilon Pi — Pharmacy CORINNE D. COSKREY Summerton, S. C. Chi Omega — Commerce CLARA J. COXE Bennettsville, S. C. Chi Omega — Commerce WILLIAM D. CRAIG, JR. Clover, S. C. Pharmacy HERMAN S. CRAWFORD St. Stephen, S. C. Engineering MELVIN K. CRIBB Hemingway, S. C. Education DAVID M. CROCKETT Columbia, S. C. Kappa Sigma — Arts and Science WINFRED H. CRUMLEY Greenville, S. C. Engineering WILLIAM D. CULLER North, S. C. Kappa Sigma — Commerce HORACE B. CURTIS Sumter, S. C. Kappa Sigma — Commerce 127 DALLAS DORN ELEAZER FOSTER DAVIS, O. F. DUKES EPPS, JR. FULLER DAVIS, W. P. DEAN DUNBAR DUNN EVANS, G. R. EVANS, W FULMER GADDIS DELLINGER EDWARDS FANNING GAINES, R. L. DICKSON EHRHARDT FLOYD GAINES, W. A. JAMES T. DALLAS Columbia, S. C. Sigma Chi — Arts and Science OUIDA F. DAVIS Columbia, S. C. Education WILLIAM P. DAVIS Georgetown, S. C. Business Administration ROBERT A. DEAN Orangeburg, S. C. Phi Sigma Kappa — Arts and Science CATHERINE J. DELLINGER Greenville, S. C. Zeta Tau Alpha — Arts and Science NORWOOD H. DICKSON Columbia, S. C. Journalism KATE S. DORN Greenwood, S. C. Education WYNFRED C. DUKES Columbia, S. C. Pharmacy WILLIE W. DUNBAR Pelion, S. C. Arts and Science TALMAGE L DUNN Greenville, S. C, Engineering SARA J. EDWARDS Columbia, S. C. Delta Delta Delta — Business Administration JACOB L. EHRHARDT Ehrhardt, S. C. Pharmacy MARGARET L. ELEAZER Columbia, S. C. Zeta Tau Alpha— Arts and Science W. SUTTON EPPS, JR. Fort Mill, S. C. Pi Kappa Alpha — Engineering GEORGE R. EVANS Asheville, N. C. Pi Kappa Alpha — Arts and Science WADE B. EVANS Columbia, S. C. Engineering JOHN W. FANNING Wagener, S. C. Engineering REBE L. FLOYD Olanta, S. C. Arts and Science ELIZABETH S. FOSTER Columbia, S. C. Zeta Tau Alpha — Arts and Science REBECCA L. FULLER Florence, S. C. Alpha Delta Pi — Arts and Science THOMAS E. FULMER Johnston, S. C. Pi Kappa Phi — Pharmacy HENRY GADDIS Bennettsville, S. C. Phi Sigma Kappa — Commerce ROBERT L. GAINES Anderson, S. C. Sigma Nu — Arts and Science WINIFRED A. GAINES Greenwood, S. C. Arts and Science CLASS 128 GAMBLE GAMBRELL GARy, JR. GASQUE GOODWIN, F. E. GOODWIN W. B. GREER GREGORy GANTT GILLIAM GORDIN GRIFFIN, E ERVIN D. GAMBLE Andrews, S. C. Arts and Science RAYFORD D. GAMBRELL Greenwood, S. C. Pharmacy LOUIS P. GANTT Barnwell, S. C. Pi Kappa Phi — Arts and Science BERNARD W. GARDNER Kershaw, S. C. Pharmacy JOSEPH W. GARDNER Columbia, S. C. Arts and Science HENRY O. GARVIN Columbia, S. C. Commerce RODNEY S. GARY, JR. Columbia, S. C. Commerce CHARLES W. GASQUE Columbia, S. C. Sigma Chi — Arts and S cience CARROLL L. GILLIAM Union, S. C. Journalism GARDNER, B. W. GARDNER, J. W. GARVIN GOLDSMITH GOLDSTEIN GOMEZ GRAINGER GRAY GREENSPAN GRIFFIN, JR. GRIFFIN, W.- HAIGLER,JR OF ' 49 HARRIETTE J. GOLDSMITH Greenwood, S. C. Delta Tau — Music MIRIAM J. GOLDSTEIN Mannin g , S. C. Delta Tau — Education OSBORNE L. GOMEZ Columbia, S. C. Arts and Science FLORENCE E. GOODWIN Charleston, S. C. Arts and Science WILLIAM B. GOODWIN Lexington, S. C. Engineering DAVID GORDIN Summerton, S. C. Phi Epsilon Phi — Arts and Science COPELAND C. GRAINGER Nichols, S. C. Arts and Science JAMES A. GRAY Columbia, S. C. Engineering PATRICIA GREENSPAN Columbia, S. C. Alpha Epsilon Phi — Arts and Science WILLIAM B. GREER Columbia, S. C. Pi Kappa Phi — Business Administration WILLIAM L. GREGORY Myrtle Beach, S. C. Pharmacy EDWARD A. GRIFFIN Cameron, S. C. Arts and Science WHITNER L. GRIFFIN, JR. Anderson, S. C. Pharmacy WILLIAM E. GRIFFIN Greenville, S. C. Sigma Chi — Arts and Science PAUL F. HAIGLER. JR. Orangeburg, S. C. Sigma Alpha Epsilon — Engineering l?9 HAMILTON HANCOCK, JR. HANNA HARBIN HARD, JR. HARDEN HARPER HARRIS HARTLEy HAyES HENDLEy HERNDON HERZBERG HEUSTESS HIGGINS HILL, E.J. HILL, M. E. HINSON HOGAN HOLLERUNG, JR. HOLLEy HOLST HOOK, C. L. HOOK, O. L N. H. HAMILTON Summerville, S. C. Phi Sigma Kappa — Business Administration EDWARD M. HANCOCK. JR. Columbia, S. C. Pi Kappa Alpha — Engineering HARRY J. HANNA Gifford, S. C. Sigma Chi — Arts and Science HELEN C. HARBIN Gadsden, Ala. Pi Beta Phi — Business Administration FRANK y. HARD. JR. Naval Base, S. C. Journalism MARGARET G. HARDEN Ellenton, S. C. Commerce JOHN C. HARPER St. Stephens, S. C. Sigma Nu — Journalism MARY R. HARRIS Lamar, S. C. Retailing ROBERT K. HARTLEY Darlington, S. C. Pi Kappa Phi — Commerce WALTER C. HAYES Lakeview, S. C. Business Administration MARGARET H. HENDLEY Columbia, S. C. Delta Zeta — Arts and Science FRANCIS H. HERNDON Bamberg, S. C. Arts and Science WILLIAM HERZBERG Myrtle Beach, S. C. Phi Epsilon Pi — Arts and Science WILLIAM F. HEUSTESS Winnsboro, S. C. Kappa Sigma — Pharmacy IRENE V. HIGGINS Hodges, S. C. Zeta Tau Alpha — Commerce ELEANOR J. HILL Darlington, S. C. Journalism MARY E. HILL Pacolet, S. C. Education PAUL M. HINSON Heath Springs, S. C. Arts and Science RACHEL I. HOGAN Lykesland, S. C. Commerce CLARENCE W. HOLLERUNG, JR. Columbia, S. C. Alpha Tau Omega — Engineering GILLUM F. HOLLEY Gifford, S. C. Commerce LOUIS L. HOLST Charleston, S. C. Delta Sigma Phi — Arts and Science C. LYNN HOOK Columbia, S. C. Chi Omega — Education OLIVE L. HOOK Columbia, S. C. Arts and Science CLASS 130 HOOKS, J. C, JR. HOOKS, J. L. HORTON HOTINGER HUDSON HUGGINS HUNTER JEFFRIES JERNIGAN JEWETT JOHNSON, B.J. JOHNSON, E. A JOHNSON, G. L. JOHNSON, J. D. JOHNSON, J. M. JOHNSON, P. E. JOLLY JONES, JR. JORDAN, E. B. JORDAN, K. P. JUMPER KELLy KENNEDY, G. F. KENNEDY, Q. A. JAMES C. HOOKS, JR. Mullins. S. C. Alpha Tau Omega — Arts and Science JOHN L. HOOKS Nichols, S. C. Commerce JACK V. HORTON Columbia, S. C. Phi Kappa Sigma — Commerce CHARLES W. HOTINGER Columbia, S. C. Education FANNIE M. HUDSON Shelby, N. C. Arts and Science VILMA L. HUGGINS Batesburg, S. C. Arts and Science GILMORE W. HUNTER Orangeburg, S. C. Arts and Science JOHN D. JEFFRIES Union, S. C. Pi Kappa Phi — Arts and Science ZOE V. JERNIGAN Columbia, S. C. Education OF ' 49 SARAH L. JEWETT Columbia, S. C. Arts and Science BETTY J. JOHNSON Conway, S. C. Alpha Delta Pi— Arts and Science ELIZABETH A. JOHNSON Andrews, S. C. Retailing GLADYS L. JOHNSON Charleston, S. C. Arts and Science JACQUELINE D. JOHNSON Hartsville, S. C. Arts and Science JOHN M. JOHNSON Saluda, S. C. Lambda Chi Alpha — Arts and Science PAUL E. JOHNSON, JR. Batesburg, S. C. Phi Kappa Sigma — Arts and Science ROBERT L JOLLY Marion, S. C. Commerce JAMES O. JONES, JR. Columbia, S. C. Commerce EUGENE B. JORDAN Nichols, S. C. Pi Kappa Alpha — Arts and Science KATHERINE P. JORDAN Angelus, S. C. Education ROY E. JUMPER Springfield, S. C. Arts and Science JACK L. KELLY Spartanburg, S. C. Kappa Alpha — Engineerisg GEORGE F. KENNEDY New Hope, Pa. Business Administration QUINCY A. KENNEDY Williston, S. C. Sigma Nu — Arts and Science 131 KENNON KESSLER KING KIRKLAND KLINE KNOWLTON KOON, JR. LAFFITTE LANEy LATTIMORE LERMAN LESLEy LEVINSON LIFCHEZ LINK LITTLEJOHN LOFTIS LONG,G.T. LONG, O. E. LOURIE LOyD, JR. McCain McCALLUM McCOWN MARY F. KENNON McClellanville, S. C. Education DORIS M. KESSLER Augusta, Ga. Nursing ROBERT P. KING Columbia, S. C. Sigma Alpha Epsilon — Arts and Science M. GRINNELLE KIRKLAND Columbia, S. C. Delta Delta Delta — Arts and Science STANLEY S. KLINE Brooklyn, N. Y. Pi Lambda Phi — Arts and Science BENJAMIN A. KNOWLTON, JR. Columbia, S. C. Sigma Nu— Arts and Science ALBERT O. KOON, JR. West Columbia, S. C. Pi Kappa Alpha — Arts and Sdience R. MONTAGUE LAFFITTE Estill, S. C. Kappa Alpha — Arts and Science CAMPBELL P. LANEY Cheraw, S. C. Kappa Alpha — Commerce WILLIAM A. LATTIMORE Columbia, S. C. Sigma Chi — Business Administration HAROLD L. LERMAN New Haven, Conn. Phi Epsilon Pi — Arts and Science MILDRED R. LESLEY _ Easley, S. C. Education ARNOLD M. LEVINSON Barnwell, S. C. Arts and Science MANUEL LIFCHEZ Columbia, S. C. Engineering WILLIAM E. LINK Laurens, S. C. Pi Kappa Phi — Business Administration JOHN B. LITTLEJOHN Sumter, S. C. Sigma Nu — Arts and Science ADA L. LOFTIS Donalds, S. C. Arts and Science GEORGE T. LONG Ridgeland, S. C. Commerce OLIVE E. LONG Lykesland, S. C. Education HERBERT LOURIE St. George, S. C. Pi Epsilon Phi — Arts and Science JAMES D. LOYD, JR. Georgetown, S. C. Business Administration GEORGE S. McCAIN Denmark, S. C. Kappa Alpha — Business Administration JAMES W. McCALLUM McColl, S. C. Lambda Chi Alpha — Pharmacy BETTY McCOWN Cheraw, S. C. Arts and Science CLASS 132 9N McCULLOUGH McEACHERN McGEE McCLAIN McMAHAN McQueen MACE MACFIE MARTIN MASSEy MOORE, B. G. MOORE, B. MOORE, E. MOORE, H. L. MOORE, H. H. MORGAN G. MORGAN, J. MORRIS MOSES MULLIS MURPHy NABERS NELSON NETTLES LASS ANNA C. McCULLOUGH Columbia, S. C. Arts and Science THEODORE B. McEACHERN Columbia, S. C. Phi Kappa Sigma — Arts and Science JAMES P. McGEE Greenwood, S. C. Phi Kappa Sigma — Engineering ROBERT S. McCLAIN Columbia, S. C. Sigma Alpha Epsilon — Engineering TOTSEY G. McMAHAN Belton, S. C. Arts and Science MARy deS. McQUEEN Charleston, S. C. Kappa Delta — Arts and Science WILLIAM L. MACE Marion, S. C. Lambda Chi Alpha — Journalism THOMAS E. MACFIE Columbia, S. C. Kappa Alpha — Engineering JOHN W. MARTIN Anderson, S. C. Sigma Nu — Retailing OF ' ug BENJAMIN F. MASSEy Rock Hill. S. C. Kappa Alpha — Physical Education BARBARA G. MOORE Sumter, S. C. Kappa Delta — Arts and Science BETSy MOORE Timmonsville, S. C. Commerce ERNEST A. MOORE Lake City, S. C. Kappa Alpha — Arts and Science HELEN L. MOORE Charleston, S. C. Education HERBERT H. MOORE Charleston, S. C. Arts and Science GEORGE H. MORGAN St. Augustine, Fla. Phi Sigma Kappa — Arts and Science JACK T. MORGAN Greenville, S. C. Journalism MARy C. MORRIS Lancaster, S. C. Arts and Science WILLIAM M. MOSES Clover, S. C. Education ALICE K. MULLIS Columbia, S. C. Zeta Tau Alpha — Commerce MILDRED L. MURPHy Columbia, S. C. Arts and Science JAMES M. NABERS Sumter, S. C. Business Administration JOHN Z. NELSON Columbia, S. C. Arts and Science DONALD M. NETTLES Lake City, S. C. Business Administration 133 NETTLES NEWTON, W. H. PAINTER PATRICK, W. C. N EVILS NORRIS, B.S. PARLER PATTERSON, C. M. NEWELL, H. E. OLIVER PARRISH PATTERSON, F. NEWELL, R. H. ' OSBORNE PATRICK, G. B., JR. PATTERSON, J. L. NEWMAN O ' SHEAL PATRICK, J. W. PEARLSTINE NEWTON, B. R. OWENS PATRICK, R. M. PERRyMAN JOHN L. NETTLES Beaufort, S. C. Arts and Science FRANCIS M. NEVILS Blackville, S. C. Business Administration HARRY E. NEWELL Abbeville, S. C. Pi Kappa Alpha — Arts and Science RUTH H. NEWELL Monclts Corner, S. C. Journalism VAN T. NEWMAN Sumter, S. C. Lambda Chi Alpha — Arts and Science BETTY R. NEWTON Orangeburg, S. C. Arts and Science WILLIAM H. NEWTON Jackson, Miss. Pi Kappa Alpha — Pharmacy BASIL S. NORRIS Hopkins, S. C. Alpha Tau Omega — Business Administration JOHN S. OLIVER Greeleyville, S. C. Engineering HENRY D. OSBORNE Goldville, S. C. Commerce FRANK E. O ' SHEAL Irmo, S. C. Arts and Science VIVIAN C. OWENS Columbia, S. C. Delta Delta Delta — Arts and Science DOUGLAS P. PAINTER Columbia, S. C. Arts and Science CLAIR P. PARLER Columbia, S. C. Chi Omega — Arts and Science JACK S. PARRISH Easley, S.C. Sigma Chi — Business Administration GEORGE B. PATRICK, JR. Bowman, S.C. Music JAMES W. PATRICK Vamville, S. C. Business Administration RUTH M. PATRICK Lancaster, S. C. Journalism WILLIAM C. PATRICK Furman, S. C. Phi Sigma Kappa — Arts and Science CHARLOTTE M. PATTERSON Anderson, S. C. Arts and Science FRANK PATTERSON Columbia, S. C. Arts and Science JAMES L. PATTERSON Georgetown, S. C. Phi Kappa Sigma — Pharmacy MARJORIE T. PEARLSTINE St. Matthews, S. C. Arts and Science PATRICIA M. PERRYMAN Walterboro, S. C. Arts and Science CLASS 134 PLEMING PORTER RAINVILLE REDFEARN RICHARDSON, R. L. RICKENBAKER ROGERS ROWELL PRESS_MAN REEDER ROBERTS RUFFIN HARRY A. PLEMING Columbia, S. C. Kappa Sigma — Engineering JAMES H. PORTER III Florence, S. C. Business Administration MANUEL PRESSMAN Spartanburg, S. C. Arts and Science LEILA F. PROSSER Lake City, S. C. Zeta Tau Alpha — Commerce ARTHUR B. PURSLEY, JR. Rock Hill, S. C. Business Administration WALTER C. PUTNAM, JR. Columbia, S. C. Kappa Alpha — Commerce HORACE B. RAINVILLE, JR. Spartanburg, S. C. Business Administration ROBERT F. REDFEARN Chesterfield, S. C. Pi Kappa Phi — Commerce JACK A. REEDER Laurens, S. C. Business Administration OF ' 49 PROSSER PURSLEY RENTZ REYNOLDS ROBERTSON ROBINSON SANDERS, J. B. SANDERS, R. W., JR. PUTNAM RICHARDSON, A. W ROCHE SAPP, J. D. MALCOLM E. RENTZ Columbia, S. C. Arts and Science BILLY. K. REYNOLDS Lamar, S. C. Commerce ARTHUR W. RICHARDSON Mullins. S. C. Kappa Alpha — Retailing ROBERT L RICHARDSON Barnwell, S. C. Pharmacy ADDIE M. RICKENBAKER Cameron, S. C. Arts and Science JOHN C. ROBERTS Columbia, S. C. Sigma Alpha Epsilon — Commerce SALLY N. ROBERTSON Columbia, S. C. Arts and Science WILLIAM H. ROBINSON, JR. Anderson, S. C. Business Administration JOHN F. ROCHE Abbeville, S. C. Pharmacy ANN McC. ROGERS Darlington, S. C. Business Administration MARTHA B. ROWELL Columbia, S. C. Education ALBERT L. RUFFIN, JR. Columbia, S. C. Arts and Science JAMES B. SANDERS Columbia, S. C. Arts and Science ROBERT W. SANDERS, JR. Columbia, S. C. Commerce JOSEPH D. SAPP Columbia, S. C. Arts and Science 135 SCARBOROUGH SHAW, C. A. SHULER, F. G. SIPPLE SCHATZ SHAW, H. W„ JR. SIEGEL SKINNER SCHEPER SHAW, S. M. SIMPSON SLIGH SCHUMPERT SHEORN SIMRILL, J. D. SMELTZEk SEGARS SHEPPARD SIMRILL, T. H., JR. SMITH, A. J., JR. SEIGLER SHULER, C. M. SINGLETARy SMITH, D. W., JR. JULIAN B.SCARBOROUGH Timmonsville, S. C. Lambda Chi Alpha — Arts and Science HENRY C. SCHATZ, JR. Parr, S. C. Phi Sigma Kappa — Engineering MARGARET R. SCHEPER Beaufort, S. C. Alpha Delta Pi — Arts and Science DORIS L SCHUMPERT Newberry, S. C. Education CARLTON H. SEGARS Lamar, S. C. Commerce CECIL C. SEIGLER Edgefield, S. C. Commerce CHARLES A. SHAW Belton, S. C. Business Administration HARVEY WILTON SHAW, JR. Bishopville, S. C. Kappa Alpha — Engineering SUE MARIE SHAW Columbia, S. C. Zeta Tau Alpha — Education CALVIN W. SHEORN Camden, S. C. Commerce JAMES O. SHEPPARD, JR. Edgefield, S. C. Kappa Alpha — Arts and Science CLAUDE M. SHULER Holly Hill, S. C. Education FRANKLIN G. SHULER Bowman, S. C. Phi Kappa Sigma — Pharmacy RONA GLORIA SIEGEL Bennettsville, S. C. Alpha Epsilon Phi — Retailing JULIE S. SIMPSON Columbia, S. C. Delta Delta Delta — Arts and Science JACK DAVIDSON SIMRILL Columbia, S. C. Alpha Tau Omega — Arts and Science THOMAS H. SIMRILL, JR. Columbia, S. C. Alpha Tau Omega — Commerce MARION D. SINGLETARY Bishopville, S. C. Kappa Sigma — Business Administration BETSY W. SIPPLE Columbia, S. C. Kappa Delta — Arts and Science WARDLAW E. SKINNER, JR. Mayesville, S. C. Sigma Nu — Arts and Science CAROLINE DOUGLAS SLIGH Darlington, S. C. Kappa Delta — Journalism THOMAS W. SMELTZER Kingstree, S. C. Phi Sigma Kappa — Arts and Science ARCHIE J. SMITH, JR. St. Stephens, S. C. Sigma Nu — Accounting DAVID W. SMITH, JR. Gastonia, N. C. Phi Kappa Sigma — Commerce CLASS 136 SMITH, J. K.,JR. SPENCER STEIN SWyGERT, J. R. SMITH, M. F. SPRINGER STILL SWyGERT, S. A. SMOAK SPRINGS STONE TALUS JOHN K.. SMITH, JR. Columbia, S. C. Pi Kappa Alpha — Engineering MARION F. SMITH Sumter, S. C. Lambda Chi Alpha — Arts and Science HUBERT W. SMOAK, JR. Reevesville, S. C. Arts and Science ALVIN A. SNYDER Columbia, S. C. Arts and Science ROBERT H. SOLOMONS III Estill. S. C. Sigma Chi — Journalism LAURA O. SPEED Abbeville, S. C. Kappa Delta — Arts and Science PEGGY L SPENCER Rock Hill, S. C. Chi Omega — Psychology BETTY R. SPRINGER Laurens, S. C. Arts and Science WILSON B. SPRINGS Myrtle Beach, S. C. Sigma Nu — Business Administration . ti OF ' 49 SNyDER SOLOMONS STANLEY STANTON SUMWALT SUTTLER TAPP TAYLOR, J. M. SPEED STAVENHAGEN SWAIN TAYLOR, M. F. GEORGE A. STANLEY, JR. Kingstree S.C. Journalism FRANCES STANTON Columbia S. C. Delta Delta Delta— Arts and Science MONROE S. STAVENHAGEN Florence S.C. Phi Epsilon Pi— Arts and Sc ience HELENE C. STEIN Columbia S.C. Alpha Epsilon Phi — Arts and Science JAMES H. STILL Blackville S.C. Business Administration RUTH P. STONE Columbia S.C. Music ROBERT L. SUMWALT, JR. Columbia S.C. Sigma Alpha Epsilon — Engineering PHILIP L. SUTTLER, JR. Columbia S.C. Engineering KENNETH E. SWAIN M yrtle Beach S.C. Pharmacy JOHN R. SWYGERT Gaffney S.C. Kappa Alpha — Arts and Sc ence SARA A. SWYGERT Columbia S.C. Chi Omega — Educatior WERNER E. TALUS Palmer, Mich. Engineering WILLIAM F. TAPP, JR. Columbia S.C. Sigma Nu — Retailing JOHNNIE M. TAYLOR Nichols S.C. Arts and Science MARY F. TAYLOR Columbia S.C. Arts and Science 137 TEAL THOMPSON THRASHER TUCKER TURNER, C. F. TURNER, G. M. TYLER USHER VAUGHN VEDDER VERNA VINCENT WALDREP WALKER WALL WALLACE WANNAMAKER WARNER WARSHAW WATSON way WELBOURNE WELLMON WESTBROOK WHALEY, H. H TOM A. TEAL Chesterfield, S. C. Kappa Sigma — Journalism LEWIS P. THOMPSON, JR. Liberty Hill, S. C. Electrical Engineering MARY A. THRASHER Greenville, S. C. Chi Omega — Arts and Science JEROME B. TUCKER Long Branch, N.J. Phi Epsilon Pi — Business Administration CHARLES F. TURNER North Augusta, S. C. Pharmacy GEORGE M. TURNER Slater, S. C. Pharmacy REDMOND TYLER Atlanta, Ga. Kappa Alpha — Arts and Science ELIZABETH A. USHER Columbia, S. C. Delta Delta Delta — Arts and Science HAROLD L. VAUGHN Anderson, S. C. Education JOHN E. VEDDER Orlando, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha — Engineering NICHOLAS A. VERNA Lebanon, Penn. Commerce HUGH E. VINCENT, JR. Varnville, S. C. Chemistry MARTHA L. WALDREP Laurens. S. C. Zeta Tau Alpha — Arts and Science LEMUEL H. WALKER Spartanburg, S. C. Kappa Alpha — Education MARY A. WALL Columbia, S. C. Chi Omega — Arts and Science KATHRYN A. WALLACE Columbia, S. C. Kappa Delta — Arts and Science WILLIAM C. WANNAMAKER, JR. Orangeburg, S. C. Sigma Alpha Epsilon — Arts and Science BROOKS F. WARNER Leesville, S. C. Engineering ANNA M. WARSHAW Walterboro, S. C. Delta Tau — Secretarial Science LAWTON N. WATSON Florence, S. C. Pi Kappa Phi — Engineering GRANVILLE S. WAY, JR. Ridgeville, S. C. Arts and Science ELAINE E. WELBOURNE Columbia, S. C. Arts and Science WILLIS B. WELLMON Gaffney, S. C. Arts and Science ELLIE A. WESTBROOK Kathwood, S. C. Education HAMILTON H. WHALEY W. Columbia, S. C. Arts and Science CLASS 138 WHALEy, M. H. WHARTON WILLIAMS WILLIAMSON WOODRUFF WORRELL, E. R YOBS yOUNG, C. W. WHITE, CM. WHITE,J.y. WIEHR WILLIS, L. W„ JR. WILLIS, S. A. WILSON WORRELL, R. L. XEPAPAS yARBOROUGH, B. I. yOUNG, M.A. yOUNG, W. O., JR. yOUNGBLOOO ZALKIN WILES WISE yARBOROUGH, J. O. ZEIGLER MARION H. WHALEY Columbia, S. C. Kappa Sigma — Engineering WILLIAM W. WHARTON, JR. Columbia, S. C. Commerce CHARLES M. WHITE Anderson, S. C. Commerce JAMES y. WHITE Great Falls, S. C. Phi Kappa Sigma — Arts and Science JOSEF H. WIEHR Spartanburg, S. C. Arts and Science JANET A. WILES Columbia, S. C. Chi Omega — Arts and Science WILLIAM E. WILLIAMS, JR. Columbia, S. C. Business Administration THOMAS H. WILLIAMSON, JR. Aiken, S. C. Sigma Chi — Journalism LAKE W. WILLIS, JR. Columbia, S. C. Commerce OF ' 49 STELLA A. WILLIS Moncks Corner, S. C. Nursing ELEANOR S. WILSON Washington, D. C. Pi Beta Phi — Arts and Science MARTIN C. WISE Greenwood, S. C. Business Administration VIRGINIA E. WOODRUFF Pawleys Island, S. C. Delta Delta Delta — Arts and Science EDWIN R. WORRELL Columbia, S. C. Sigma Nu — Arts and Science ROBERT L. WORRELL Columbia, S. C. Sigma Nu — Arts and Science GEORGETTE M. XEPAPAS Columbia, S. C. Kappa Pi — Certificate in Arts BRANAN I. yARBOROUGH Columbia, S. C. Pi Kappa Phi — Engineering JUNE O. yARBOROUGH Florence, S. C. Arts and Science NOEL K. yOBS Columbia, S. C. Engineering CHARLES W. yOUNG Lake City, S. C. Phi Kappa Sigma — Pharmacy MARY A. yOUNG Charlotte, N. C. Journalism WILLIAM O. yOUNG, JR. Columbia, S. C. Sigma Alpha Epsilon — Engineering THOMAS W. yOUNGBLOOD Williston, S. C. Phi Kappa Sigma — Arts and Science ROBERT M. ZALKIN Charleston, S. C. Pi Lambda Phi — Arts and Science ANNE P. ZEIGLER Home Place, Cope, S. C. Delta Delta Delta — Arts and Science 139 ' ' r- Wech ose . . . In pushing over the two-year humps and reaching the half-way mark, the Sophomores have realized just what a college education means: what an extra-curricular ac- tivity can mean and why . . . sensing the satisfaction from participating in phases of student life for the good of Carolina and his fellow students, or the growing dis- appointment in gains simply for oneself. Many have learned the art of assimilating only the necessary facts of a course. Others, however, grew more Sophomoric, and with apologies to Yale epitomized the old adage that " you can tell a Sophomore but you couldn ' t tell him much " . work am C Y 4-lM, t eceA ati in o- . . • 7 SOPHOMORE OFFICERS U i 1 Aon l I ell me I BRODY, A. MOOD, RILEY, TODD . . . twice two would be four . . . The greatest honor befalling second year stu- dents was to be given the high-sounding title of " Sophomore " ; but it remained an empty one from September to May with no voice or action coming from its leaders and those following. More verbosity and less participation in or- ganizations; more " Sophomores " while some found keys of honors beckoning either to higher goals or more pronounced politics. The " Y " still offered them an outlet for their somewhat dwindling talents which by now were becoming more concentrated in things social. The class failed in coordination as a whole and no de- vices for sponsoring many worthy causes were attempted. Few worked as individuals, some showed real interest, but most just weren ' t interested now that they were becoming upperclassmen. Tall, lanky L ' Artigue Riley should be com- mended for his efforts to grip the reins of his Class and guide the many strays back into the fold. He was assisted by Betty Brody, Vice- President; Ann Mood, Secretary-Treasurer; and Maxine Todd, Historian. 142 CLASS OF ' 50 CLIFTON C. ADAMS Belmont, Mass. ROBERT F. ADAMS Wattsville, S. C. KEITH V. AFFELD Columbia, S. C. Sigma Chi JOHN B. ALLEN, JR. Columbia, S. C. JOHN M. ALLEN Latta, S. C. JULIAN B. ALLEN Sumter, S. C. Lambda Chi Alpha BERT N. ANDERSON Mullins, S. C. Kappa Alpha JAMES H. ANDREWS Timmonsville, S. C. EMERSON L. ARD, JR. Hemingway, S. C. Kappa Sigma WILLARD D. ARRANTS Lynchburg, S. C. JOHN B. ASBILL, JR. Ridge Spring, S. C. FRED W. ATKINSON, JR. Hartsville, S. C. Lambda Chi Alpha BENJAMIN M. BADGER, JR. Charleston, S. C. Sigma Alpha Epsilon SIDNEY H. BADGER, JR. Taylors, S. C. Pi Kappa Alpha RICHARD E. BAGNAL Columbia, S. C. DORIS A. BALLENTINE Moncks Corner, S. C. THERESA S. BANNER Conway, S. C. Delta Tau JESSE R. BARDIN, JR. Elloree, S. C. Pi Kappa Phi HAROLD D. BARWICK Sumter, S. C. JACK O. BATES W.lliston, S. C. PASCHAL H. BAXTER Georgetown, S. C. Kappa Sigma EARL B. BEAM Blacksburg, S. C. LEWIS C. BEARD Greensboro, N. C. Pi Kappa Alpha FRANCIS M. BECKHAM III Pennsgrove, N. J. EMILY C. BELL Columbia, S. C. GWYN W. BELL St. George, S. C. STANTON N. BELMONT Spartanburg, S. C. SARA J. BENSON Columbia, S. C. Alpha Delta Pi ADAMS, C. C. ANDREWS BAGNAL BEAM ADAMS, R. F. AFFELD ALLEN, J. B., JR. ALLEN, J. M. ALLEN, J. B. ANDERSON ARD ARRANTS ASBILL ATKINSON BADGER, B. M., JR. BADGER, S. H BALLENTINE BANNER BARDIN BARWICK BATES BAXTER BEARD BECKHAM BELL, E. C. BELL, G. W. BELMONT BENSON 143 BERGER BERLINSKy BERNASCONI BERNSTEIN BERRy BETTS BIGGER BISHOP, F.J. BISHOP, J. O. BLACKMON BLACKWELDER BLANTON BLOOM BOLLIN BONNETTE BOYKIN, JR. BOVLSTON BRADBURy BRADHAM BRANDON BRAy BRITTON BRODY BROOKS, L. B. BROOKS, L. A., JR. BROWN, D. P. BROWN, E. BRyAN HERBERT BERGER Phi Epsilon Pi RENEE M. BERLINSKY Delta Tau JEAN F. BERNASCONI CHARLES S. BERNSTEIN Phi Epsilon Pi EMILY M. BERRY ERSKINE D. BETTS Sigma Nu JAMES M. BIGGER F. JOE BISHOP Sigma Chi JEAN O. BISHOP JOSEPH J. BLACKMON CHESTER L BLACKWELDER HOOVER C. BLANTON SHIRLEY L. BLOOM Alpha Epsilon Phi New York, N.Y. Charleston, S. C. Columbia, S. C. Charleston, S. C. Ehrhardt. S. C. Columbia, S. C. York, S. C. Columbia, S. C. Jamestown, S. C. Florence, S. C. Columbia, S. C. Green Sea, S. C. Greenville, S. C. ALEX W. BOLLIN Phi Sigma Kappa BERLEY B. BONNETTE ROBERT H. BOYKIN, JR. WILLIAM O. BOYLSTON JAMES E. BRADBURY CAROLINE E. BRADHAM Delta Zeta LEE R. BRANDON Pi Kappa Sigma WILLIAM R. BRAY DAVID H. BRITTON Kappa Sigma BETTY J. BRODY Columbia, S. C. Orangeburg, S. C. Columbia, S. C. Barnwell, S. C. Orangeburg, S. C. Columbia, S. C. Piedmont, S. C. Guille.S.C. Sumter, S. C. Charleston, S. C. N Delta Tau LOU B. BROOKS LOVIE A. BROOKS, JR. DONALD P. BROWN EUGENE BROWN ROBERT G. BRYAN j Lykesland, S. C. Anderson, S. C. Chesterfield, S. C. Walhalla, S.C. Galivants Ferry, S. C. 144 i s si LAVORE BRYANT Mullins, S. C. LLOYD S. CHINNES Hemingway, S. C. CHARLOTTE H. BUCHANAN Columbia, S. C. PHILIP G. CLARKE, JR. Spartanburg, S. C. VIRGINIA L BUNDRICK Lykesland, S. C. CECIL W. CLARKSON Myrtle Beach, S. C. CLASS TRAVIS J. CAGLE, JR. GEORGE M. CAMP Phi Kappa Sigma DONALD A. CAMPBELL, JR. Kappa Alpha Gaffney, S. C. Clover, S. C. Camden, S. C. Phi Kappa Sigma JOHN G. CLARKSON, JR. RUTH L. CLARKSON Alpha Delta Pi AUGUST C. CLAUSSEN, JR. Hopkins, S. C. Kershaw, S. C. Charleston, S. C. OF ' 50 RALPH J. CANINE, JR. Fayetteville, N. C. Sigma Alpha Epsilon DOROTHY A. COE Delta Zeta Columbia, S. C. HUBERT L CARMICHAEL, JR. Pi Kappa Phi Dillon, S. C. CHARLES L. COFFEY Phi Kappa Sigma Georgetown, S. C. ROBERT R. CARPENTER MARVIN B. CARTER ROBERT E. CASE WILLIAM H. CASTLES, JR. Phi Sigma Kappa Greenville, S. C. Thomasville, S. C. Fort Mill, S. C. Aiken, S.C. VERLIN O. COFFEY Phi Kappa Sigma EUGENE L. CONDON, JR. THEOPHILUS N. CONSTAN VIVIEN P. COOLEY Georgetown, S. C. Charleston, S. C. Columbia, S. C. Leesville, S. C. ANDREA D. CHANDLER Olanta, S.C. JAMES L. COOPER, JR. Camden, S. C. Independents Kappa Sigma BOBBY B. CHILDRESS Ware Shoals, S.C. GEORGE W. COUCH, JR. Easley, S.C. BRYANT BUCHANAN BUNDRICK CAGLE CAMP CAMPBELL CANINE CARMICHAEL CARPENTER CARTER CASE CASTLES CHANDLER CHILDRESS CHINNES CLARKE CLARKSON, C. W. CLARKSON, J. G. CLARKSON, R. L. CLAUSSEN COE COFFEY, C. L. COFFEY, V. O. CONDON CONSTAN COOLEY COOPER COUCH 145 rOVINGTON CROUSE DAVOVLAS DOWE COX DALRYMPLE DAWSON DUKES CRAIG DANA DENT DUPRE CRANFORD DANIEL DIAMOND DUSENBURY CRAWFORD DAVIDSON, J. P. DICKSON DYE CREECH DAVIDSON, L.C. DIXON EADDY CROCKETT DAVIS DOUGHTY EDMUND JAMES E. COVINGTON Lake City, S. C. HELEN T. DAVOVLAS Charleston, S. C. WILLIAM E. COX Easley, S. C. WILLIAM T. DAWSON Columbia, S. C. ANN R. CRAIG Columbia, S. C. Kappa Alpha Kappa Delta RENA F. DENT Columbia, S. C. HINTON D. CRANFORD, JR. Union, S. C. GERALDINE DIAMOND Long Island, N. Y. JIMMY C. CRAWFORD Honea Path, S. C. Delta Tau Pi Kappa Alpha FOY W. DICKSON, JR. Fort Mill, S.C. JAMES L. CREECH Blackville, S.C. JOHN H. DIXON, JR. Mullins, S.C. WILLIAM R. CROCKETT Columbia, S. C. Kappa Sigma f " ■» i A C C Kappa Sigma WALLACE R. DOUGHTY Columbia, S. C. ( LA jj GLORIA C. CROUSE Columbia, S. C. Pi Kappa Alpha V. I s - Chi Omega JANE W. DOWE Norfolk, Va. d " 1 — ) ELTON D. DALRYMPLE Mt. Croghan, S. C. Kappa Delta ( DF 50 Pi Kappa Phi PHYLLIS A. DUKES Columbia, S. C. TUCKER F. DANA Columbia, S. C. Zeta Tau Alpha Sigma Alpha Epsil on ROBERT O. DUPRE Walhalla.S. C. JESSE REESE DANIEL, JR. Pi Kappa Phi Charlotte, N. C. JOSEPH S. DUSENBURy Conway, S. C. JAMES C. DAVIDSON, JR. York, S. C. JAMES M. D £ Spartanburg, S. C. LINDSAY C. DAVIDSON Clover, S. C. CHARLES W. EADDy Lake City, S. C. WILLIAM W. DAVIS Florence, S. C. VIRGINIA B. EDMUND Charleston, S. C. Kappa Sigma Phi Beta Phi :.,. m :; ' . 146 JAMES P. EDWARDS Greer, S. C. NAT HUNTER FANT Lockhart, S.C. ERNEST G. EDWARDS Mullins, S. C. Sigma Alpha Epsilon JEANE W. EDWARDS Columbia, S. C. ROBERT W. FENNELL Leesville, S.C. MARVIN EFRON Phi Epsilon Pi Aiken, S.C. ELEANOR B. FILLINGIM Chi Omega Columbia S.C CONRAD EHRHARDT Ehrhardt, S.C. DAYTON H. FLOYD Gal vants Ferry S.C ELEANOR J. ELEAZER Columbia, S. C. WILLIAM E. FORESTER Lake City S.C Zeta Tau Alpha Pi Kappa Phi MARY R. ELEAZER Clemson, S. C. KELSEY R. FOSTER, JR. Columbia S.C Kappa Delta Kappa Alpha REBECCA R. ELEAZER Pelion, S.C. JAMES W. FRANKLIN Columbia S.C BILLY C. ELLIS Mullins, S.C. ELIZABETH M. FRAZER Columbia S.C Pi Kappa Phi Pi Beta Phi OWEN H. ELLIS Fort Mill, S.C. SAMUEL F. FREE Bamberg S.C FREDERICK H. ELVINGTON Lake View, S.C. RAE FRIEDMAN Columbia S.C FRANK EPPES Greenville, S. C. Delta Tau Sigma Chi W. P. FULLER Columbia S.C JAMES V. EPPS Cades, S.C. Sigma Nu MARGARET E. ERGLE Batesburg, S. C. JANET T. FULMER Columbia S.C RICHARD M. FAGAN Hartsville, S. C. Kappa Delta Lambda Chi Alpha SAMUEL D. GAILLARD Anderson S.C EDWARDS, J. P. ELEAZER, R. R. FAGAN FRANKLIN FANT FRAZER EDWARDS, J. W ELLIS, O. H. FENNELL FREE 147 CI GAMBLE GARDNER, S. K. GARDNER, W. GARRICK GENTRy GIBSON GILBERT GILLAND GILLESPIE GILLIAM GLASS GODBOLD GOING GOUDELOCK GRAHAM GRANT GRIFFIN GRIFFITH GRINDLEy HAGAN HAGOOD HAILE HAIR HALTIWANGER HANNAH HARDEE HARPER HARRIS t i JULIUS P. GAMBLE Sigma Alpha Epsilon SID K. GARDNER WILLIAM GARDNER Phi Epsilon Pi MENDEL S. GARRICK Lane, S. C. Columbia, S. C. Buffalo, N.y. Norway, S. C. MALCOLM H. GRAHAM THOMAS H. GRANT JAMES F. GRIFFIN, JR. Phi Kappa Sigma DOROTHY A. GRIFFITH Chi Omega Pamplico, S. C Chester, S. C Columbia, S. C Columbia, S. C MARGARET GENTRY Summerton, S. C. JOHN T. E. GRINDLEY Charleston, S. C ROBERT H. GIBSON Johnsonville, S. C. HAROLD B. HAGAN Savannah, Ga EUGENE P. GILBERT Union, S. C. BEN F. HAGOOD, JR. Easley, S.C NELL F. GILLAND Kingstree, S. C. Sigma Chi Delta Delta Delta GARY T. HAILE Newberry, S. C ROBERT T. GILLESPIE Freehold, N.J. RUBY L. HAIR Columbia, S. C CLAUD G. GILLIAM, JR. Columbia, S. C. Delta Zeta Pi Kappa Alpha CAROLYN E. HALTIWANGER Columbia, S. C LAWRENCE S. GLASS Columbia, S. C. Zeta Tau Alpha CLYDE E. GODBOLD Marion, S. C. WARREN F. HANNAH Columbia, S. C HUGH C. GOING Pi Kappa Phi FELIX W. GOUDELOCK, JR. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Columbia, S. C. Columbia, S. C. MARY E. HARDEE FRANCES E. HARPER ROBERT G. HARRIS Greeleyville, S. C Columbia, S. C Abbeville, S.C N J r t 148 BROOKS D. HARRISON Brunson, S. C. BETTY L. HORTON Greenville, S. C EARL H. HARTGROVE, JR. Rock Hill. S. C. JAMES J. HORTON. JR. H :ath Springs, S. C WILLIE V. HARTLEY Batesburg, S. C. FELICIA W. HOWELL Columbia, S. C. RICHARD F. HATCHELL Orangeburg, S. C. Delta Delt a Delta Sigma Alpha Epsil on JOHN L. HOWERTON Florence, S. C DOUGLAS H. HENSON Greenville, S. C. Alpha Tau Omega H 1 A Q Q JAMES V. HICKS Bamberg, S. C. DAVID R. HUBBARD McColl, S. C LLA jj Kappa Alpha WILLIAM F. HUCKABY Duncan, S. C OF ' 50 WILLIAM R. HILL MARY E. HINTON Zeta Tau Alpha CHRIS G. HITOPOULOS Florence, S. C. Lexington, S. C. Charleston, S. C. HELEN L. HUGHEY Zeta Tau SARAH L. HUGHEY Zeta Tau Alpha Alpha Columbia, S. C Columbia, S. C Pi Kappa Phi GREEG G. HITOPOULOS Pi Kappa Phi Charleston, S. C. LLOYD L. HUNTINGTON BILLY BRYAN HUSKEY Fort Mill, S. C Gaffney, S. C ANNA B. HOGAN Columbia, S. C. CHARLES L HUTTO Holly Hill. S. C PATRICIA HAILE Columbia, S. C. CHARLES E. INABINET Charleston, S. C WILLIE J. HOLLEY Gifford.S.C. MACKEY J. IRICK, JR. Orangeburg, S. C PATRICIA R. HOOVER Chi Omega Columbia, S. C. JOHN J. JAMES Sigma Alph a Epsilor Darlington, S. C I HARRISON HARTGROVE HARTLEY HATCHELL HENSON HICKS HILL HiNTON HITOPOULOS, C.G. HITOPOULOS, G. G. HOGAN HAILE HOLLEY HOOVER HORTON, 8. L. HORTON, J. J. HOWELL HOWERTON HUBBARD HUCKABY HUGHEy, H. L HUGHEy, S. L. HUNTINGTON HUSKEY HUTTO INABINET IRICK JAMES 149 JEFFORDS JENKINS JENNINGS JETER JOHNSON JONES JORDAN KEENAN KENNEDy KESSLER KEy KING, E. C, JR. KING, L. D. KING. W. T KITCHENS KLIGMAN LADD LANGFORD LANGSTON LAWRENCE LEE, R., JR. LEE, W. C. LESLEy LEVER LEVy LEWIS LIGHT LITTLE WALLACE D. JEFFORDS Florence, S. C. RUBY D. KITCHENS Graniteville, S. C. CARRIE A. JENKINS Anderson, S. C. MELTON KLIGMAN Columbia, S. C. Kappa Delta WILLIAM B. JENNINGS Gaffney, S. C. Pi Lambda Phi MARY JOSEPHINE LADD Strother, S. C. EDWIN R. JETER Kappa Alpha Roclc Hill. S. C FRANCIS L. LANGFORD Hardeeville, S. C. W. V. JOHNSON Phi Sigma Kappa Aiken, S. C. HENRY A. LANGSTON, JR. Kappa Alpha Timmonsville, S. C. GENANNE JONES West Zeta Tau Alpha Columbia, S. C. CATHERINE A. LAWRENCE Delta Delta Delta " c ' LASS EDNA y. JORDAN Columbia, S. C. ROBERT LEE, JR. Douglas, Ga. Delta Delta Delta WILLIAM C. LEE Hamer, S. C. f )F ' 50 WALTER Mc. KEENAN Sigma Nu Columbia, S. C. ELDRED L. LESLEY Easley, S. C. V- CAROLYNNE D. KENNEDY Charleston, S. C. ELLIS R. LEVER Newberry, S. C. THEODORE W. KESSLER Columbia, S. C. HARRY S. LEVY Phi Epsilon Pi Winnsboro, S. C. FERN KEY Lodge, S. C. PATRICIA A. LEWIS Jacksonville, Fla. EDGAR C. KING. JR. Florence, S. C. Alpha Delta Pi Lambda Chi Alpha JOHN L. LIGHT Columbia, S. C. LOUIS D. KING Walhalla.S.C. ROY A. LITTLE Columbia, S. C. WILLIAM T. KING Lancaster, S. C. Phi Kappa Sigma • 150 AGNES E. LITTLEJOHN Charleston, S. C. BENJAMIN A. W. McGUINN Columbia, S. C. BETTY J. LIVINGSTON North, S. C. Phi Kappa Sigma Kappa Delta RICHARD H. MclNVAILL Hartsville, S. C DOTSY D. LLOYD W :st Columbia, S. C. RAYMOND R. McKENZIE Kingstree, S. C ALEXANDER LONG Washington, D. C. SAM L. McKITTRICK, JR. Greenville, S. C | WILLIAM E. LONG Greenville, S. C. Pi Kappa Phi B Kappa Sigma JAMES G. MACAULAY Columbia, S. C. WILLIAM H. LONG Conway, S. C. Sigma Nu j ANN LUREY Greenville, S. C. HENRY L. MACKLEN, JR. Myrtle Beach, S. C P Delta Tau LOUIS D. MARCHETTE, JR. Florence, S. C WILLIAM D. LYLES Chester, S. C. Pi Kappa Phi N % Kappa Alpha RICHARD A. MARELLI Rockford, III ELEANOR L. McBRIDE Cheraw, S. C. Sigma Chi Chi Omega JAMES R. MASON Greenwood, S. C 1 ELIZABETH C. McCORKLE York, S. C. Alpha Delta Pi JACK L. MATTHEWS Greenville, S. C MARILYN McCORMICK Mountain Lakes, N. J. REGINALD H. MATTOX Columbia, S. C Pi Beta Phi Phi Kappa Sigma CHARLES L. McDADE, JR. Union, S. C. JAMES C. MEETZE Columbia, S. C Kappa Sigma Sigma Nu WILLIAM A. McDANIEL Ninety Six, S. C. EARL L. MELTON Cheraw, S. C Lambda Chi Alpha Kappa Sigma CHARLES F. McGILL Columbia, S. C. LEWIS G. MERRITT, JR. Columbia, S. C LITTLEJOHN LIVINGSTON LLOYD LONG, A. LONG, W. E. LONG, W. H. LUREY LYLES McBRIDE McCORKLE McCORMICK McDADE McDANIEL McGILL McGUINN MclNVAILL McKENZIE McKITTRICK MACAULAY MACKLEN MARCHETTE MARELLI MASON MATTHEWS MATTOX MEETZE MELTON MERRITT 151 METTS MILLER MILLING MINICK MISKELLy MONTS MOOD. A MOOD, B. MUCKENFUSS MULLINS MUSSER NAIMARK NEELEy NELSON NEWMAN NICHOLS NICHOLSON NORMENT OSBOURN OSBORNE OTT OVERSTREET OWENS PACE PARKER PARRISH PARSONS PARTEE MELICUE M. METTS, JR. Cameron S. C. TROY C. NEWMAN Sumter S.C. BRYON K. MILLER Blackville S.C. Pi Kappa Alpha CHAPMAN J. MILLING Alpha Tau Omega BILLY M. MINICK Columbia Columbia S. C. S.C. WILLIAM G. NICHOLS, JR. Kappa Alpha MARY E. NICHOLSON Alpha Delta Pi Nichols Cheraw S.C. S.C. JAMES E. MISKELLY York S.C. CAROLYN E. NORMENT Darlington S.C. FLETCHER M. MONTS. JR. Columbia S.C. Alpha Delta Pi Phi Sigma Kappa CHARLES W. OSBOURN Columbia S.C. ANNE H. MOOD Chi Omega Columbia S.C. ROBERT C. OSBORNE Kappa Alpha Orangeburg S.C. BETTY H. MOOD Chi Omega Columbia S.C. EUGENE R. OTT Naval Station S.C. DORIS E. MUCKENFUSS Cottageville S.C. GUY OVERSTREET, JR. Sigma Alpha Epsi Charleston on S.C. RICHARD E. MULLINS Lambda Chi Alpha Marion S.C. B. PATRICIA OWENS Zeta Tau Alpha Columbia S.C. MYRA J. MUSSER Clemson S.C. MABEL B. PACE Charleston S.C. RACHEL C. NAIMARK Delta Tau Charleston S.C. MARION W. PARKER Elloree S.C. THEODORE B. NEELEY Kappa Alpha R. PLOWDEN NELSON Denmark Gable S.C. S.C. BETTE J. PARRISH Alpha Delta Pi JACQUELYN F. PARSONS Dillon Hemingway S.C. S.C. Sigma Chi HOYT F. PARTEE Greenville, S.C. 152 GRADY L. PATTERSON, JR. CLASS OF ' 50 ROBERT W. PEARCE Sigma Alpha Epsilon STANLEY L. PEARLMAN Phi Epsilon Pi SARA M. PEEPLES MARY L. PENDER Independents JOSEPH V. PENDERGRASS HOWARD G. PETTIT, JR. Pi Kappa Phi JAMES W. PINKERTON Calhoun Falls, S. C. Greenville, S. C. DAVID G. PINOSKY Charleston, S. C. Estill, S.C. Williston.S. C. Great Falls, S. C. Spartanburg, S. C. Candler, N. C. Charleston, S. C. Phi Epsilon Pi ACY C. PLATT Myrtle Beach, S.C. Lambda Chi Alpha G. WHITFIELD PLOWDEN Pi Kappa Phi FRANCES K. PLYLER MARY E. PLYLER IRWIN PRICE Pi Beta Phi Phi Epsilon Pi Columbia, S. C. Batesburg, S.C. Kershaw, S. C. Laurens, S. C. LOUIS G. PROCTOR Sigma Chi JAMES S. PROSSER BARBARA RAFFIELD CECIL C. RAM Pi Lambda Phi PAUL RAMSING, JR. CARL E. RANDALL LUCY A. RASHEED Independents DOROTHY R. REDMAN JOHN E. REEVES MARION H. RHEA MARCIA D. RICHARDS ROBERT M. RIDDLE Kappa Sigma Rockford, III. Effingham, S. C. Aiken, S.C. Ailcen.S. C. Strother, S. C. Trenton, S. C. Georgetown, S. C. Cottageville, S. C. Heath Springs, S. C. Naval Base, S.C. Cope, S. C. Columbia, S. C. L ' ARTIGUE RILEY Allendale, S. C. Sigma Alpha Epsilon HARRIETT L. RIVKIN Columbia, S. C. Alpha Epsilon Phi k ft PATTERSON PEARCE PEARLMAN PEEPLES PENDER PENDERGRASS PETTIT PINKERTON PINOSKy PLATT PLOWDEN PLYLER, F. PLyLER, M. PRICE PROCTOR PROSSER RAFFIELD RAM RAMSING RANDALL RASHEED REDMAN REEVES RHEA RICHARDS RIDDLE RILEY RIVKIN 153 ROBINSON, A. ROBINSON, J. RODRIQUE ROGERS, J. ROGERS, R. ROLLINS ROOF ROPP ROSENBLUM ROUSE ROWELL RUDNICK RUSH SANDERS SBRAVATI SCHEFFLER SCHIFFMAN SCHOFIELD SEALS SELLERS SHEALY, E SHEALEY SHEALy, M. SHELOR SHERRILL 3IEGEL SiMMONS SIMPSON AARON C. ROBINSON Columbia, S. C. JIMMIE J. SBRAVATI Columbia, S. C. JAMES H. ROBINSON Kershaw, S. C. WILLIAM H. SCHEFFLER, JR. Parr, S. C. ERNEST L. RODRIGUE Florence, S. C. Phi Sigma Kappa Phi Kappa Sigma JUNE C. SCHIFFMAN Passaic, N.J. JOSEPH B. ROGERS Rockmart, Ga. Delta Tau ROBERT D. ROGERS Orangeburg, S. C. ELLEN M. SCHOFIELD Youngstown, Ohio Kappa Alpha WILLIAM H. SEALS Dillon, S. C. LEWIS W. ROLLINS Bishopville, S. C. ROBERT J. SELLERS Florence, S. C. ANNE C. ROOF Columbia, S. C. Kappa Sigma r A C C Zeta Tau Alpha EARL D. SHEALY Leesville, S, C. V LA jj JOHN C. ROPP Sigma Chi Columbia, S. C. GILMAN H. SHEALEY Columbia, S. C. " — ; ARTHUR ROSENBLUM Laurens, S. C. MARY H. SHEALY Leesville, S. C. ( )F 50 Phi Epsilon Pi GEORGE W. SHELOR, JR. Anderson, S. C. DAVID M. ROUSE, JR. Columbia, S. C. Sigma Nu Lambda Chi Alpha HAROLD W. SHERRILL Columbia, S. C. NANCY G. ROWELL Columbia, S. C. MELVIN SIEGEL Bennettsville, S. C. HAROLD RUDNICK Aiken, S. C. Phi Epsilon Pi Pi Lambda Phi JANE D. SIMMONS Miami, Fla. WILLIAM E. RUSH Columbia, S. C. Delta Delta Delta Kappa Alpha JEANNE E. SIMPSON Florence, S. C. WILLIAM C. SANDERS Columbia, S. C. Kappa Delta I 154 JANE F. SINGLETON Conway S. C. KOLMAN SUTKER . ' - McColl, S.C Pi Kapp a Phi EDWARD H. TALBERT, JR. Columbia, S. C FRANCIS H. SMITH Dillon S. C. Kappa Alpha FURMAN T. SMITH Bowman S.C. JESSE T. TAYLOR Columbia, S. C Phi Sigma Kappa MARY E. TAYLOR Anderson, S. C MARION C. SMITH Indepen dents Florence S.C. MARGIE A. TEAGUE Zeta Tau Alpha Columbia, S. C SHERMAN SMITH Pi Kappa Alpha Columbia S. C. JOHN E. THOMAS Lambda Chi Alph Myrtle Beach, S.C 3 FRED SPROUSE Kelton S.C. WADE E. THOMAS Lamar, S. C GRACE STERNENBERG Parr S.C. EDWARD F. THOMPSON Camden, S. C ALBERT B. STOKES, JR. Greer S.C. ROBERT V. THOREN Elgin, III WILLIAM T. STONE Belton S.C. Sigma Chi BETTY J. STROM Kingstree S.C. THOMAS H. THORNTON Camden, S. C Delta Zeta ROBERT J. TILLER Mayesville, S. C CHARLES R. STROM McCormick S.C. MILTON H. TIMMERMAN Batesburg, S. C JEANNIE B. STROTHEP. Santuck S.C. GEORGE C. TODD Columbia, S. C BEN K. SUMMERSETT, JR. Columbia S.C. Sigma Nu MARY C. SUMMERSETT Columbia S.C. VIRGINIA M. TODD Greenwood, S. C Zeta Tau Alpha Pi Beta Phi • ' ■ ' ' : ASS : ' 50 SINGLETON SMITH, F. H. SMITH, F.T. SMITH, M. SMITH, S. SPROUSE STERNENBERG STOKES STONE STROM, B. STROM, C. STROTHER SUMMERSETT, B. SUMMERSETT, M SUTKER TALBERT TAYLOR, J. TAYLOR, M. TEAGUE THOMAS, J. THOMAS, W. THOMPSON THOREN THORNTON TILLER TIMMERMAN TODD, G. TODD, V. 155 c TOLLy TROWBRIDGE TURBEVILLE TYLER TYNDALL UPTON VAN KEUREN WAGNER WALD WALKER, C. B. WALKER, H. M. G., JR. WALTERS WARD, J. M. WARD, J. A. WARDLAW, JR. WEAVER WEEKS WHITAKER GEORGE F. TOLL Spartanburg, S. C. CHARLES B. WALKER Columbia S. C. Lambda Chi Alph 3 Kappa Alpha HENRY M. G. WALKER, JR. Columbia S. C. JAMES N. TROWBRIDGE Aiken, S. C. GEORGE G. WALTERS Cheraw S. C. WILLIAM L. TURBEVILLE Myrtle Beach. S. C. Pi Kappa Phi Lambda Chi Alpha JAMES Mc. WARD Aynor S.C. RABE R. TYLER Fairfax. S. C. JOHN A. WARD Lake City S. C. MARVIN C. TYNDALL Marion, S. C. ALBERT L. WARDLAW, JR. Columbia S.C. JAMES M. UPTON Gatfney, S. C. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Chi JOANNE M. WEAVER Columbia S.C. LEGRAND A. VAN KEUREN Kingstree, S. C. Delta Zeta ESTELLE 1. WAGNER Bennettsville, S. C. LEWIS R. WEEKS West Columbia S.C. EDITH E. WALD Raleigh, N. C. MARY L. WHITAKER Williston S.C. 156 CLASS OF ' 50 WILLIAM W. WHITAKER Willisfon, S. C. LUCIE G. WHITESCARVER Cranford, N.J. Delta Delta Delta RAY D. WIGGINS, JR. Easley, S. C. H. OLIVER WILLIAMSON Kin g stree, S. C. JAMES W. WILLIAMSON, JR. Florence, S. C. Pi Kappa Ph! DORIS O. WILSON Bamberg, S.C. LARRY G. WILSON Columbia, S. C. MARY L. WIMBERLY Columbia, S. C. DAN WINESETT, JR. Dillon, S. C. HARRIET L. WINGATE Columbia, S. C. RALPH M. WINN, JR. CARLTON V. WINTER Pi Kappa Phi GARY WITHERSPOON Phi Sigma Kappa MARION H. WITHINGTON BARBARA F. WOOD MARVIN L. WOODRUFF HAROLD S. WRENN EARL R. ZEIGLER Phi Sigma Kappa ROGER A. ZORN Sigma Chi Plum Branch, S. C. Charleston, S. C. Florence, S. C. Greenville, S. C. Brunswick, Ga. Spartanburg, S. C. Columbia, S. C. Columbia, S. C. Bamberg, S. C. WHITAKER, W. W. WHITESCARVER WIGGINS WILSON, L. G. WIMBERLY WINESETT WITHERSPOON WITHINGTON WOOD WILLIAMSON, H. O. WILLIAMSON, J. W., JR. WILSON, D. O. WINGATE WINN WINTER WOODRUFF WRENN ZEIGLER ZORN 157 Their lives With memories of High School life still lingering in their minds, the newcomers managed to lay aside many of those remembrances and give way to new surroundings and in doing new things. A year on a college campus still left them somewhat bewildered — there are yet doubts in their minds about various activities, per- sonalities (Who is Vernon Boy?) and professors. Perhaps they are a bit disillusioned by it, as some are surprised more by what they found than what they did not. In spite of it all, however, experience was their chief in- structor, they are better Carolina students for it. Just as first impressions are often lasting, so these new people are doubtless becoming indelibly marked by our school. . . . grew straighter J-kc lue£ l l ete Oh vetca mL L ,p§p ■ W " I IV SMNHHHHHHII FRESHMAN OFFICERS j -rave — come too eazlu, loo late .. . • MARTIN, MILEY, McLEAN, BRACKETT ... to be or not to be . . . As neophytes they were green as ever, but very campus-conscious. They fell into two sep- arate camps; those who rushed from their classes to join organizations which would receive them and those who were suspicious of all organiza- tions which laid out their welcome mat. Some found the Canteen a regular meeting ground until the end of rush week when they began to segregate themselves with the various sororities and fraternities. The " Y " luncheons given each Monday proved a place in which acquaintances were made, and a large group made many, too. Most of the Freshmen learned to understand the many problems and handicaps given to them at Carolina. Little campus space if any was offered to them; although they in turn saw less need for a spirit of active and practical training in cooperating with fellow students. Freshmen class schedules were filled with labs and afternoon classes. Libraries became just buildings after their Orientation Instructors ac- quainted them with its locality. Their accomplishments were uncertain, and their reforms nil due to the lack of encourage- ment from the apathetic upperclassmen. Upon passing first semester, the remainder of a year now faced them with a little better outlook and a possible clearer shot for the coming year. Freshman class officers elected in the fall were Wayne Brackett, President; Franklin Mar- tin, Vice-President; Betty Jean McLean, Secre- tary-Treasurer; with Greta Miley as Class Historian. X 160 ABBOTT ABERNATHy ADAMS ALCORN ALLEN, M. B. ALLEN, W. R. ARBERy AREHEART ATKINSON BAILEY, J. BAILEy, M. A. BALLEW BANE BARBER BARNES BAYNE BELL BICKLEy BOLEN BRACKETT BRAGG BRANHAM BUECHEL BULTMAN BURGESS BUTLER BYERS CALDWELL CLASS OF ' 51 FORREST K. ABBOTT, Cayce, S. C. CARROLL C. ABERNATHY, Rock Hil IRA R. ADAMS, Columbia, S. C. JESSIE C. ALCORN, Columbia, S. C. MYRON B. ALLEN, Columbia, S. C. WILLIAM R. ALLEN, Latta, S. C. MARY G. ARBERY, Estill, S. C. S. C. JOHN H. BARNES, Islandton, S. C. COY A. BAYNE, Rock Hill, S. C. HARRY S. BELL, Ward, S. C. LILA S. BICKLEY, Elloree, S. C. CHARLES D. BOLEN, Williston, S. C. WAYNE F. BRACKETT, JR., Florence, S. C. RALPH E. BRAGG, Goldville, S. C. ROBERT L. AREHEART, Lexington, S. C. MARY L. ATKINSON, Bishopville, S. C. JANE BAILEY, Springfield, S. C. MARGARET A. BAILEY, Florence, S. C. THOMAS M. BALLEW, Inman, S. C. GORDON H. BANE, Hendersonville, N. C. FRED A. BARBER, Columbia, S. C. RAYMOND R. BRANHAM, Winnsboro, S. C. BLANCHE E. BUECHEL, Columbia, S. C. ALLICE G. BULTMAN, Florence, S. C. TERESA BURGESS, Laurens, S. C. MINNIE L. BUTLER, Anderson, S. C. EDWARD D. BYERS, Columbia, S. C. ELIZABETH G. CALDWELL, Allendale, S. C. 161 ALICE LOUISE CAMERON, Columbia, S. C. EDWARD D. CANNON, Oran g eburg, S. C. ELWOOD CANNON, Conway, S. C. JEWEL B. CANNON, Orangeburg, S. C. MARION R. CASTLES, Wmnsboro, S. C. LADSON B. CHANDLER, Sumter, S. C. EDGAR M. CLEMONS, JR., Green Sea, S. C. JACQUELYN C. CLINE, Greenville, S. C. MARY S. COCKFIELD, Scranton, S. C. HELEN P. CONDER, Columbia, S. C. BARBARA J. COOKSON, Lyman, S. C. HERBERT A. COPE, Earley Branch, S. C. JAMES M. COWARD, Florence, S. C. JAMES F. CROSBY, Florence, S. C. CLASS MARGIE L. CROWLEY, West Columbia, S. C. PAUL B. CRUMPLER, North Augusta, S. C. R. C. CUDD, Cowpens, S. C. MARTHA E. CUNNINGHAM, Columbia, S. C. RUSSELL W. DALLAS, Columbia, S. C. HERMAN M. DAVIDSON, Greenville, S. C. BETTY L. DAWSON, Columbia, S. C. KENNETH L. DEAN, Mechanisburg, Penn. HUBERT DEMMERY, JR., Columbia, S. C. GEORGE L. DIAL III, Columbia, S. C. THOMAS E. DILDINE, N. Charleston, S. C. ROBERT R. DOBSON, Summerton, S. C. WILLIAM T. DOMINEY, Columbia, S. C. JOSEPH M. DONLEY, Columbia, S. C. CAMERON CANNON, E. D. CANNON, E. CANNON, J. B. CASTLES CANDLER CLEMONS CLINE COCKFIELD CONDER COOKSON COPE COWARD CROSBy CROWLEY CRUMPLER CUDD CUNNINGHAM DALLAS DAVIDSON DAWSON DEAN DEMMERy DIAL DILDINE DOBSON DOMINEy DONLEy 162 K$ OF ' 51 JEROME DRUCKER, Kingstree, S. C. LARRY E. DUNCAN, Easley, S. C. RICHARD M. DUNHAM, Jacksonville, Fla. RICHARD T. DUNLAP, Mountville, S. C. D. ROBERTA EDENS, Bennettsville, S. C. CHARLES H. EICHEL, Camden, S. C. MARY A. ELLIOTT, Greenville, S. C. DOROTHY A. ELSNER, Spartanburg, S. C. VIRGINIA G. EMORY, Spartanburg, S. C. ROY L. EUBANKS, Lockhart, S. C. ERNEST J. EVANS, Timmonsville, S. C. WILLIAM F. EVANS, Cameron, S. C. WILLIE J. EVANS, Lake City, S. C. PATRICIA H. FAIN, Spartanburg, S. C. JO ANN FENDER, Atkins, S. C. JAMES I. FISHER, Franklin, Va. DAVITIA F. FLEISHMAN, Anderson, S. C. SIDNEY T. FLOYD, Conway, S. C. WILTON T. FLOYD, Loris, S. C. PATRICIA A. FOWLER, Florence, S. C. ALICE S. FULMER, Springfield, S. C. MARY L. GAILLARD, Columbia, S. C. CLARENCE C. GAMBLE, Manning, S. C. FRANKLIN D. GARRETT, JR., Columbia, S. C. CARLOS W. GIBBONS, Turbeville, S. C. BRAINARD W. GIBSON, JR., New Zion, S. C. KATHLEEN GIBSON, Kingstree, S. C. ALFRED E. GILL, Ridgeland, S. C. DRUCKER DUNCAN DUNHAM DUNLAP EDENS EICHEL ELLIOTT ELSNER EMORy EUBANKS EVANS, E.J. EVANS, W. F. EVANS, W.J. FAIN FENDER FISHER FLEISHMAN FLOYD, S.T. FLOyD, W. T. FOWLER FULMER GAILLARD GAMBLE GARRETT GIBBONS GIBSON, B. W. GIBSON, K. GILL 163 MARY E. GILLESPIE, Lancaster, S. C. CAROL K. GILREATH, Greenville, S. C. TERELL L. GLENN, Chester, S. C. WILLIAM J. GOLDSMITH, Greenville, S. C. ARTHUR L. GOOD, Lockhart, S. C. ARNOLD R. GORDON, Columbia, S. C. ROBERT L. GOSS, Columbia, S. C. BETTY J. GOZA, Denmark, S. C. JAMES M. GRAHAM, McClellanville, S. C. JACK C. GRANGER, Greenville, S. C. PEGGY L. GROVERMAN, Geor 3 etown, S. C. WILLIAM E. HALEY, Winston-Salem, N. C. ELECTA W. HALL, Columbia, S. C. GLORIA G. HALL, Columbia, S. C. CLASS JACK H. HAMILTON, Florence, S. C. CHARLOTTE M. HANNA, Gifford, S. C. JOHN B. HANNA, Woodruff, S. C. EMMETT W. HARPER, Marion, S. C. BARBARA J. HARRIS, Columbia, S. C. HENRY G. HARRIS, Abbeville, S. C. GEORGE F. HAWKINS, Saluda, S. C. JOE F. HAWKINS, JR., Spartanbur g , S. C. MARY E. HAYS, N. Charleston, S. C. WILLIAM L. HEAMER, JR., Oran g ebur g , S. C. ARTIE A. HEAPE, Beaufort, S. C. PINCKNEY H. HEATON, JR., Johns Island, S. C. JAMES W. HENDRIX, West Columbia, S. C. AMON R. HIGGINS, JR., Columbia, S. C. GILLESPIE GOZA HAMILTON HAWKINS, J. F. GILREATH GRAHAM HANNA, C. M. HAYS GLENN GRANGER HANNA, J. B HEAMER GOLDSMTH GROVERMAN HARPER HEAPE GOOD HALEY HARRIS, B.J. HEATON 164 OF ' 5 1 W. G. HILL, JR., Barnwell, S. C. LANSFORD A. HOPPER, Gaffney, S. C. WILLIE E. HUGHES, Bishopville, S. C. ELIZABETH S. HUTTO, Columbia, S. C. CONNOR A. ISGETT, JR., St. Matthews, S. C. ERNEST W. JOHNSTON, Conway, S. C. CLAYTON H. JONES, Cedar Rapids, Iowa WILLIAM A. JONES, Greenville, S. C. CAROLYN KATZ, Columbia, S. C. MARSHALL N. KATZ, Columbia, S. C. MARVIS JEAN KEELS, Timmonsville, S. C. RICHARD M. KENNEDY, Columbia, S. C. EARL E. KERP, Peru, III. MARION KINON, Dillon, S. C. PAUL G. KIRKLAND, Batesbur S , S. C. HAROLD A. KLINE, Columbia, S. C. HERMAN J. KOEHLER, Boonton, N. J. LaVADA KOON, Batesburg, S. C. GEORGE R. KRAFT, Lexington, S. C. PAUL M. KRUEMCKE, Columbia, S. C. FRANCES E. LaBORDE, Columbia, S. C. GEORGE LaBRUCE, Georgetown, S. C. JOHN A. LADD, JR., Columbia, S. C. JOHN C. LANFORD, Enoree, S. C. ERNEST P. LaROCHE, Florence, S. C. HALEY F. LAWHON, Naval Base, S. C. LAWRENCE C. LEAGUE, Greenville, S. C. AARON B. LEVINSON, Bishopville, S. C. HILL HOPPER HUGHES HUTTO ISGETT JOHNSTON JONES, C. H JONES, W. A. KATZ, C. KATZ, M.N. KEELS KENNEDY KERP KINON KIRKLAND KLINE KOEHLER KOON KRAFT KRUEMCKE LaBORDE LaBRUCE LADD LANFORD LaROCHE LAWHON LEAGUE LEVINSON 165 GLORIA D. LEW, Columbia, S. C. RACHEL L. LIGON, Chester, S. C. WILLIAM J. LOGOTHETIS, Charleston, S. C. JOHN D. LONG III, Union, S. C. DOLORES J. McBRIDE, Naval Base, S. C. WILLIAM M. McCLAIN, Charleston, S. C. ROBERT L. McCOOK, Walton, N. Y. CHARLES E. McDONALD, Greenville, S. C. JOCELYN A. McDONALD, Greenville, S. C. SUSAN T. McELVEEN, Columbia, S. C. HORACE H. McKEE, JR., Ware Shoals, S. C. JIMMY G. McKEOWN, Chester, S. C. BETTY JEAN McLEAN, Holly Hill, S. C. FLORA J. McLEOD, Florence, S. C. CLASS JOHN Q. MARSHALL, Columbia, S. C. JUNE C. MARTIN, Columbia, S. C. JAMES F. MARTIN, Springfield, S. C. ANNA M. MATTHEWS, Olanta, S. C. ROSALYN MAYER, Pomaria, S. C. EDWIN McD. MIKELL, Wadmalaw Island, S. C. JAMES S. MILLER, Richburg, S. C. PAUL MONTJOY, Woodruff, S. C. RUDOLPH B. MONTJOY, Columbia, S. C. MARIAN J. MONTS, Columbia, S. C. LUTHER A. MOORE, JR., Bishopville, S. C. WANDELL M. MORRIS, Norway, S. C. HAROLD C. NALLEY, Easley, S. C. WILLIAM L. NALLEY, Easley, S. C. LEW LIGON LOGOTHETIS LONG McBRIDE McCLAIN McCOOK McDONALD, C. McDONALD, J. McELVEEN McKEE McKEOWN McLEAN McLEOD MARSHALL MARTIN, J. C. MARTIN, J. F. MATTHEWS MAyER MIKELL MILLER MONTJOY, P. MONTJOV, R. MONTS MOORE MORRIS NALLEy, H. NALLEy, W 166 to OF ' 5 1 GRADY Y. NICKLES, Ware Shoals, S. C. EDWARD L. NIGH, JR., Myrtle Beach, S. C. ELGIE E. NISSEN, Columbia, S. C. LINDSEY A. ODOM, Bennettsville, S. C. NORA ANN OELAND, Columbia, S. C. MAXINE M. OLIVER, Murrells Inlet, S. C. HERMAN G. O ' STEEN, Piedmont, S. C. FRANKLYN D. OWEN, Columbia, S. C. NORMA I. PARKER, Camden, S. C. JAMES A. PARTALAGE, Columbia, S. C. MANNING B. PATTERSON, Georgetown, S. C. SHIRLEY ANN PAULS, Charleston, S. C. CHRISTOPHER C. PEARCE, Greenville, S. C. JOHN G. PEYTON, Columbia, S. C. JOHN D. PIGG, Pageland, S. C. WILLIAM V. POSTON, Lake City, S. C. ELLEN B. R. PRATT, Charleston, S. C. CHARLES D. PROSSER, Lake City, S. C. BETTY ANN PUTMAN, Fountain Inn, S. C. JOHN B. QUARLES, Florence, S. C. PATRICIA A. RAM, Aiken, S. C. RICHARD D. RANDOLPH, Columbia, S. C. BESSIE E. RAST, St. Matthews, S. C. FRANCES E. RAST, Columbia, S. C. MARJORIE RAY, Hemingway, S. C. JEAN M. READY, Batesburg, S. C. IVA JEAN REVELS, Chester, S. C. FLORETTE L. REYNER, Columbia, S. C. NICKLES NIGH NISSEN ODOM OELAND OLIVER O ' STEEN OWEN PARKER PARTALAGE PATTERSON PAULS PEARCE PEYTON PIGG POSTON PRATT PROSSER PUTMAN QUARLES RAM RANDOLPH RAST, B. E. RAST, F. E. RAY READY REVELS REYNER 167 THOS. F. RICHARDSON, JR., New Haven, Conn. ROBERT M. RIORDAN, Eastover, S. C. MARY T. RIVERS, Charleston, S. C. PORTER RIVERS, JR., Sumter, S. C. BENNIE S. ROBINSON, JR., St. Matthews, S. C. FRANK L. RODDEY, Lancaster, S. C. FRANK J. RODGERS, JR., Kingstree, S. C. DIXON R. ROGERS, Lake City, S. C. ELIZABETH R. ROMAN, Columbia, S. C. FRED L. ROPER, JR., Greenville, S. C. RAYMOND ROSENBLUM, Anderson, S. C. GEORGE W. ROTH, Columbia, S. C. ROBERT A. ROWELL, Marion, S. C. RALPH RUDDER, JR., Chester, S. C. CLASS CLINTON H. RUSSELL, Hot Springs, Ark. TED E. SALEEBY, Hartsville, S. C. MRS. DOROTHY L. SANDERS, Conway, S. C. FRANK A. SANDERS, Mullins, S. C. ISABELLE L. SARVIS, Myrtle Beach, S. C. PHIL H. SAWYER, Salley, S. C. HAROLD C. SCOTT, Mayesville, S. C. HERMAN C. SHEALY, Leesville, S. C. JOSEPH L. SHEALY, Batesburg, S. C. LEONARD J. SHIPMAN, Sumter, S. C. DANIEL S. SHULL, West Columbia, S. C. THELMA K. SIMS, Union, S. C. PAUL S. SLESINGER, Bishopville, S. C. CHARLES L. SMITH, Early Branch, S. C. KM ,. RICHARDSON RIORDAN RIVERS, M. RIVERS, P. ROBINSON RODDEy RODGERS ROGERS ROMAN ROPER ROSENBLUM ROTH ROWELL RUDDER RUSSELL SALEEBy SANDERS, D. SANDERS, F. SARVIS SAWyER SCOTT SHEALY, H. SHEALy, J. SHIPMAN SHULL SIMS SLESINGER SMITH, C. 168 4SS OF ' 5i DONNA F. SMITH, Columbia, S. C. HARRY N. SMITH, Columbia, S. C. JAMES B. SMITH, Florence, S. C. ORVILLE D. SMITH, Greer, S. C. SOLOMON M. SMITH, Norway, S. C. JOHN J. SNOW, Henry, S. C. W. TATE SQUIRE, Conway, S. C. WILLIAM C. STALLINGS, Irmo, S. C. BILLIE P. STANFORD, Decatur, Ga. DOLLY E. STEINBERG, Charleston, S. C. BASIL M. STEVENSON, Anderson, S. C. WOODROW W. STEVERSON, Columbia, S. C. BARBARA A. STOKES, Beaufort, S. C. BERTHA J. STOKES, Columbia, S. C. GENE A. STRICKLAND, Anderson, S. C. WILLIAM H. STRICKLIN, Columbia, S. C. EVELYN M. SWAIN, Spartanburg, S. C. FRANCIS M. TANNER, JR., Marion, S. C. ARCHIE B. TAYLOR, JR., Columbia, S. C. LEO ROGERS TAYLOR, JR., Nichols, S. C. MARTHA F. TAYLOR, Laurens, S. C. AURELIA J. TERRY, Florence, S. C. ISABELLE P. THOMAS, Beaufort, S. C. MARION E. THOMAS, Glendale, S. C. NATHALIE J. THOMAS, Columbia, S. C. WILLIAM M. THOMPSON, Greenwood, S. C. PEARL E. TIMMONS, Darlington, S. C. GEORGE H. TOMPKINS, Columbia, S. C. I SMITH, D. F. SMITH, H. N. SMITH, J. B. SMITH, O. D. SMITH, S. M. SNOW SQUIRE STALLINGS STANFORD STEINBERG STEVENSON STEVERSON STOKES, B. A. STOKES, B. J. STRICKLAND STRICKLIN SWAIN TANNER TAyLOR, A. B. TAyLOR, L. R. TAyLOR, M. F TERRY THOMAS, 1. P. THOMAS, M. E. THOMAS, N. J. THOMPSON TIMMONS TOMPKINS 169 DAVID A. TURNER, Hemingway, S. C. JEANNE S. TURNER, Columbia, S. C. SAMUEL A. TURNER, Columbia, S. C. JOSIE L. TYLER, Fairfax, S. C. CHOVINE VAN KEUREN, Kingstree, S. C. RUBY J. VAN KEUREN, Columbia, S. C. ELIZABETH L VAUGHN, Simpsonville, S. C. PAUL G. WALKER, Columbia, S. C. CHARLES R. WANNINGER, Janesville, Wis. CECIL W. WARD, Timmonsville, S. C. TOBIAS G. WARD, Myrtle Beach, S. C. HAYS D. WATSON, Ware Shoals, S. C. IDA S. WEBB, Columbia, S. C. GUSSIE WEISBERG, Aiken, S. C. CLASS OF ' 51 JEAN A. WELCH, Columbia, S. C. ROBERT F. WELLNER, Saint Clair, Pa. ANNE R. WELLS, Columbia, S. C. WILLIAM C. WEST, Camden, S. C. ROBERT H. WESTERFIELD, Hillside, N. J. EDWIN P. WILLIAMS, Whitmire, S. C. LELAND H. WILLIAMS, Columbia, S. C. MACAJIAH T. WILLIAMS, Pinopolis, S. C. RICHARD H. WILLIAMSON, Columbia, S. C. OWEN J. WILSON, Columbia, S. C. PATRICIA WILSON, Columbia, S. C. BENJAMIN R. WOFFORD, Anderson, S. C. TURNER, D. TURNER, J. TURNER, S. TYLER VAN KEUREN, C. VAN KEUREN, R. VAUGHN WALKER WANNINGER WARD, C. WARD.T. WATSON WEBB WEISBERG WELCH WELLNER WELLS WEST WESTERFIELD WILLIAMS, E. WILLIAMS, L WILLIAMS, M. WILLIAMSON WILSON, O. WILSON, P. WOFFORD, B. 170 k , +v v «. V. «r_ iS Sss iS B f(?BBB 1 • •- ' 1 T- EM P U S FUG IT la K Their dreams The Law School under dynamic and resourceful Dean Prince has made remarkable strides during the past two years. Although terrificly overtaxed with numbers, stand- ards have been sharply upped, the curriculum expanded and graduation qualifications made more stringent. The " legal center " of the state is definitely moving toward advancing standards of the Carolina Bar. Many topnotch students are at present engaged in graduate work at Carolina, although they suffer from lack of adequate equipment and an over-crowded program. Only to the degree that keener young minds of our state are trained and gain a higher feeling of service, at the University, will the state ' s entire educational system become permeated with the wide awake leadership which it needs. aven FRANK SLOAN Chief Justice WIG and ROBE The Order of the Wig and Robe, founded in 1936, had as its basic idea the encouragement of legal scholarship. Qualifications for membership are based solely on scholastic excellence; political, social, or other considerations are of no import. Members introduced to the Order of the Wig and Robe this year were Frank K. Sloan, John S. Hoar, Ney B. Steele, John P. Jellico, Harold B. Moorehead, Henry F. Padgett, and William B. Tyson. An additional prerequisite to membership is that a student must have a scholastic average of " B " , or better, at the time of his selection. FLETCHER PADGETT Clerk of Court STANDING: Cecil E. White, William B. Tyson, John S. Hoar SEATED: Harold B. Moorhead, Henry F. Padgett, Frank K. Sloan. 174 BE m - - ' ■- y Ney B. SELDEN SOCIETY The Selden Society, founded in 1933-1934, was patterned after the original English Selden Society, whose purpose was to advance legal knowledge and encourage the study of the history of English Law. The initial activities of this organization concerned mainly with the preparation of papers concerning legal topics of interest, which were presented at regular meetings. In recent years the society has conducted few meetings, and confined itself almost solely to the production of the " Year Book " , which is issued each semester. Present officers are: Chan- cellor, William B. Tyson; Vice-Chancellor, Frank K. Sloan; Warden of the Exchequer, Meyer Rosen. STANDING: McEachin, Padgett, Moorhead. Stewart, Drummond, Hoar SEATED: Rosen, Tyson, Sloan. LAW FEDERATION There are three organized groups in the law school, The Law Federation, Wig and Robe, and the Selden Society. The Law Federation, including all law students, is the organization through which the student partakes of the social and political func- tions of the school. The law federation cabinet con- sists of the student officers and chairmen of the various committees. The officers for 1947-1948 were; Fall Semester — President, Billy D. Hayes; Vice-Presi- dent, Waldo Hyman; Secretary-Treasurer, Reeves Sams; Sergeant-at-Arms, James L. Gibbs. Spring Semester — President, Waldo Hyman; Vice-President, Meyer Rosen; Secretary-Treasurer, McNary Spigner; Sergeant-at-Arms, Charles Baker. Committee Chair- men were: Julian Levin, Roddey Bell, Taylor B. Rion, Jr., John C. West, William D. Bouton, Walter F. Going, Jr., James Thornton, Charles K. Wright, Mac Spigner, W. B. Tyson, Richard Breeland, Bill Dallas. LEFT TO RIGHT: Bcuton, Bell, Tyson, Rosen, Hyman, Wright, Dalits. Spigner 175 DEAN PRINCE As a tree falls ... so it lies SENIOR LAW JAMES ALFORD ACKERMAN St. Stephens, S. C. LL.B. June ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, U. S. C, Class of 37. RODDEY LEHEW BELL Lancaster, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, Wofford College, Class of ' 42; Delta Sigma Phi. HARRY EDWARD BOSWELL, JR. Orangeburg, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, U. S. C, Class of ' 44: Phi Sigma Kappa. WILLIAM INNES BOUTON Greenville, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, Clemson College, Class of ' 40; Blue Key. WILSON HARVEY BROCKINGTON Charleston, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, The College of Charleston, Class of ' 42. WILLIAM JEFFERSON BRYSON Greenville, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, U. N. C, Class of ' 46; Alpha Tau Omega; Kappa Sigma Kappa. ARTHUR TALLEY CALVO Columbia, S. C. LL.B. Feb. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, U. S. C, Class of ' 45. GEORGE R. F. CORNISH, JR. Edisto Island, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, Dickinson College, Class of ' 46; Phi Delta Theta. JAMES FLETCHER COVINGTON, JR. Bennettsville, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, U. S. C, Kappa Alpha; Garnet and Black, Assistant Business Manager. JAMES STEWART EHRHARDT Charleston, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, Clemson College, Class of ' 40; Trans- fer from Georgetown University Law School. i ACKERMAN BRYSON BELL CALVO BOSWELL CORNISH BOUTON COVINGTON BROCKINGTON EHRHARDT 176 lU.Atj (j I EVANS HARDY FECHTER HART FLOYD HAYES FLYNN HIERS GRAHAM HOAR JESSE WOODROW EVANS Pageland. S. C. LL.B. Jan. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, U. S. C, Class of ' 45; Pi Kappa Phi; Wig and Robe. HYMAN FECHTER Charleston, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, U. S. C, Class of 45; Phi Epsilon Pi. ELDRA M. FLOYD, JR. Andrews, S. C. LL.B. June ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, Wake Forest, Class of ' 40. LAWRENCE EMILE FLYNN Naval Base, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, U, S. C, Class of ' 45; Newman Club; Clanosophic Literary Society; Law Federation. HARRELL MYERS GRAHAM Columbia, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, U. S. C, Class of ' 43; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. PRESTON BETHEA HARDY Dillon, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, Wofford College, Class of ' 45; Kappa Sigma. WILLIAM ALFRED HART Charleston, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, U. S. C, Class of ' 40. BILLY DRENNAN HAYES Rock Hill, S. C. LL.B. Jan. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, U. S. C, Class of ' 46; Law Federa- tion, President; Selden Society. Business Manager. BARNEY MONROE HIERS Ehrhardt, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree. Wofford College, Class of ' 44. JOHN SHERMAN HOAR Columbia, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, Massachusetts State College; Class nf ' 38; Order of Wig and Robe, Clerk of Court; Selden Society. CLASS OF ' 48 JUDGE WHALEY The elusive concept . . . " the reasonable prudent man " 177 Faculty promoted a fine afternoon SENIOR LAW MARIAN CROSS HODGES Cross Hill, S. C. LLB. Au g . 48 Transfer from Columbia College. WILLIAM ALISON HORGER Columbia, S. C. LL. B.Jan. ' 48 Bachelor of Arts, U. S. C, Class of ' 43; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President; Omicron Delta Kappa; N. R. O. T. C, Battalion Adjutant. MORRIS WILTON HYATT Bishopville, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Transferred from Spartanburg Junior College. WALDO HENDERSON HYMAN Florence, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, U. S. C, Class of ' 44; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Law Federation, Vice-President, President. VICTOR BREEDEN JOHN Bennettsville, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, U. S. C, Class of ' 44; Kappa Alpha; N. R. O. T. C. MALCOLM KIRKLEY JOHNSON Hartsville. S. C. LL. B. ' 50 Bachelor ' s Degree. Emory University, Class of ' 44. WARREN HOWARD JOLLY Moncks Corner, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, U. S. C: Law Federation. JAMES PATTERSON KING Columbia, S. C. ■LL.B. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, U. S. C, Class of ' 42; Law Federation. MULLER O. J. KREPS Columbia, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, U. S. C, Class of ' 45; Law Federation. JULIAN SEYMOUR LEVIN Beaufort, S. C. LL.B. Jan. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, U. S. C, Class of ' 42; Law Federation. SHIM! HODGES JOHNSON HORGER JOLLY . HYATT KING HYMAN KREPS JOHN LEVIN 178 LONG MAYS MOORER MOORHEAD MURRAY OGBURN PADGET PALLES PRUITT RECTOR HUBERT EUGENE LONG Leesville, S. C. LLB.Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, Clemson College, Class of ' 43; Law Federation. MARSHALL T. MAYS Greenwood, S. C. LL.B. ' 50 Bachelor ' s Degree, Annapolis, Class of ' 45; Law Federation. ALFRED EDWARD MOORER, JR. Charleston, S. C. LL.B. June ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, U. S. C, Class of ' 46; Law Federa- tion, Selden Society; Cotillion Club; Y. M. C. A.; First Vice-President Student Body. HAROLD BRINSON MOORHEAD Anderson, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, U. S. C, Class of ' 46; Order of the Wig and Robe WILLIAM EDWARDS MURRAY Charleston, S. C. LL.B. Aug. 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, U. S. C, Class of ' 45; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Omicron Delta Kappa; " The Game- cock " , Business Manager; Canterbury Club. MARION DEHONE OGBURN, JR. Shelton, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, U. S. C, Class of ' 42. HENRY FLETCHER PADGET, JR. Saluda, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, Wofford College, Class of ' 43; Kappa Sigma; Order of Wig and Robe; Law Federation. MITCHELL DeBERRY PALLES Florence, S. C. LL.B. Jan. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, U. S. C, Class of ' 43; Law Federation. JAMES CALHOUN PRUITT Iva, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, Wofford College, Class of ' 43; Kappa Alpha; Law Federation. FRANK ERVIN RECTOR Camden, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, Furman University, Class of ' 39; Law Federation. CLASS OF ' 48 TYSON . . . took time out for another case . . . 179 RION TYSON SENIOR LAW TAYLOR B. RION, JR. Columbia, S. C. Bachelor ' s Degree, U. S. C, Class of ' 45. WILLIAM BROOKS TYSON, JR. LL. B.June ' 48 FRANK KEENAN SLOAN Columbia, S. C. LL.B. Aug. 48 Bachelor ' s Degree. U. S. C, Class of ' 43; Sigma Chi; Omicron Delta Kappa: Phi Beta Kappa; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Chief Justice Wig and Robe; Outstanding Among Carolina Students, 1948. ERVIN WIGHTMAN STOLL Great Falls, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, U. S. C, Class of ' 46; Y. M. C. A.; Clario- sophic Literary Society: Wesley Foundation; Veterans Organization. EDWARD RANDOLPH STONE Belton, S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, U. S. C, Class of ' 46; Westminster Fellow- ship; Law Federation. JAMES D. THORNTON, JR. Rock Hill, S. C. LL.B. June ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, The Citadel, Class of ' 42. Re S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, Davidson College, Class of ' 42; Tennis Team; Westrrvnster Fellowship; International Relations Club; Phi Gamma Mu at Davidson College; Outstanding Among Caro- lina Students, 1948. LEROY MANUEL WANT Darlington, S. C. LL.B. Aug. 48 A.B. in Journalism, Class of ' 32; Omicron Delta Kappa; Sigma Delta Chi; Phi Epsilon Pi; " The Gamecock " , Editor ' 31; " The Carolinian " , Editor ' 32; Euphradian Literary Society; Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award ' 32. LAURISTON KEITH WHITTLE Williston. S. C. LL.B. Aug. ' 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, U. S. C, Class of ' 46. JACK ROBERT WILLIAMS Columbia. S. C. LL.B. Aug. 48 Bachelor ' s Degree, U. S. C; Transfer from North Georgia Mili- tary Academy. h 180 t LAW SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES EDGAR H. AGNEW Starr, RICHARD K. ALLEN Columbia JOSEPH F. ANDERSON Edgefield JOHN B. BALTZEGAR Norway RICHARD L. BREELAND Columbia JACK P. CALLISON Lexington ROBERT N. CANNON Hemingway CLAUDE M. CAPPELMANN Columbia THOMAS P. CHEATHAM Columbia CURTIS E. COLEMAN Columbia JOSEPH C. COLEMAN Columbia CHARLES R. COUNTS Pomaria WATSON L DORN Greenwood RALPH W. DRAKE Donalds CHARLES DRUMMOND, JR Spartanburg BASIL M. DUKES, JR Orangeburg FRANK B. FULLER Greenwood JOHN P. GARDNER Darlington ELEANOR T. GOING Columbia WALTER F. GOING Columbia AUGUSTUS T. GRAYDON Columbia EDWARD K. HARDIN Chester HENRY G. HERIOT Columbia RALPH HOFFMAN Columbia WARING S. HOWE Charleston JOHN B. JELLICO Charleston MIKE S. JOLLY Wilson WILLIAM T. JONES Ware Shoals S. C. HARRY M. LOFTON McClellanville, S. C. S. C. HECTOR McCASKILL Conway, S. C. S. C. DANIEL R. McLEOD Columbia, S. C. S. C. ROBERT M. McNAIR Jamestown, S. C, S. C. PAUL M. MACMILLAN Charleston, S. C. S.C. ALFRED E. MOORER Columbia, S. C. S, C. ARCH K. MOSLEY Ninety Six, S. C. S.C. WALLACE S. MURPHY Columbia, S. C. S.C. WILLIAM E. MURRAY Charleston, S. C. S. C. NOEL N. NEWELL Moncks Corner, S. C. S. C. CYRIL R. PARROTT T.mmonsville, S. C. S. C. JOHN E. PETERS Ehrhardt, S. C. S.C. ROBERT O. PURDY Sumter, S. C. S. C. JAMES A. ROPER Greenville, S. C. S.C. MEYER ROSEN Georgetown, S. C. S.C. JAMES M. SMITH Columbia, S. C. S. C. IVEY A. SMOAK Walterboro, S. C. S. C. CHORINE R. SPROTT Columbia, S. C. S.C. NEY B. STEELE Lancaster, S. C. S. C. VERNON E. SUMWALT Baltimore, Md. S. C. GASPER L. TOOLE Aiken, S. C. S. C. JAMES R. TURNER Columbia, S. C. S. C. SYDNEY S. TISON Bennettsville, S. C. S. C. WADE S. WEATHERFORD Columbia, S. C. S. C. JOHN C. WEST Camden, S. C. S. C. JOHN M. WILLIAMS Greenville, S. C. S. C. WILLIAM M. WILSON Camden, S. C. S. C. CHARLES K. WRIGHT Columbia, S. C. . . . MODERN FOLLOWERS OF BLACKSTONE, KENT AND HOLMES • DIGGING INTO THE LAW TRANSFORMED • NEOPHYTE POLITICOS . . . " CAROLINA ' S FUTURE " . . . STAID LAW LIBRARY 181 MIMS. MILLS, WOODWARD JUNIOR STEWART, COVINGTON, GREEN DAWES, S. W., DAWES, C.F., HENSON EDWIN H. MIMS Columbia, S. C. EDWARD M. WOODWARD Blackstock, S. C. JAMES A. MILLS Fort Mill, S. C. STONEWALL W. DAWES Loris, S. C. CHARLES F. DAWES Loris, S. C. SHANNON HENSON Spartanburg, S. C. MARY N. STEWART Lancaster, S. C. JAMES F. COVINGTON Bennettsville, S. C. RUSSELL E. GREEN Greenville, S. C. EDWARD E. SALEEBY Hartsville, S. C. NATHANIEL O. CARTER Vidalia, S. C. BENJAMIN G. RUCKER Lancaster, S. C. DANIEL M. McEACHIN Florence, S. C. JOE A. SANDERS Columbia, S. C. McEACHIN, SANDER SALEEBY, CARTER, RUCKER 182 BWDGES, lepfar: LAW ■-, ... POSTER, SAMS, GARNETT McGUINN, HODGES, COOK, J. COOK. W. A., CHAPMAN, HOWELL RIDGES, LEPPARD, LAKE CORLEY, HORNE, DALLIS SAUNDERS McK. BRIDGES Florence, S. C. EDWARD Mel. LEPPARD Chesterfield, S. C. WALTER T. LAKE Newberry, S. C. JAMES W. CORLEY Edgefield, S. C. JOHN D. HORNE Loris, S. C. WILLIAM A. DALLIS Columbia, S. C. MILLER C. FOSTER Spartanburg, S. C. TALBIRD R. SAMS Beaufort, S. C. STANFORD T. GARNETT Columbia, S. C. JACK F. McGUINN Columbia, S. C. MARIAN O. HODGES Cross, S. C. JOHN E. COOK Columbia, S. C. WILLIAM A. COOK Dillon, S. C. ROBERT F. CHAPMAN Spartanburg, S. C. THOMAS M. HOWELL Columbia, S. C. 183
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