University of South Carolina Columbia - Garnet and Black Yearbook (Columbia, SC)

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X07dX LZ6V0ii0l1 . CAROLINA 27 . . . CLEMSON 13 LET'S GO-O-O-O-O CAROLINA staring out ot the windows . . . no appetite, no studying, no nothing... books not inter- Ienng with education . . . May Day . . .house parties at IVIyrtIe Beach and Pawleys . . . Graduation . . . .Iune I3aII . . . Amenl IIMIIIQIIIIIIIIS Hit UIIIE THAT MORNING SNACK . . . SOMETHING NEW . . . NO POLITICING AT THE POLLS . . . PLEASE!!! To a youngster just out ol high school, coming to college is one ol the greatest thrills of his life. l-lis expectations and en- thusiasm are at their peak. l-le is eager to learn all that the great institution ol higher learning has to otter. lt is up to us, thc present students ot Carolina to see to it that the young people of this and future generaf tions will not be disappointed, that they will 'Find the spirit of Fair play, Freedom, and endeavor that has been Carolina in years past. The aims and ideals ot our school are high and all ol us must work to keep it so. . 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You have laid the foundation upon which you should build throughout lite. lt is the hope ol the University that you will achieve success and happiness in your chosen tields and will take your proper places on the long roll ol eminent alumni ol Carolina who have made contributions to the progress and welfare of their communities, the state, and the nation. Whether or not you plan to continue your lormal education, let me urge that you never cease the process oi acquiring knowledge. Let nothing quench your thirst For learning. Don't waste the golden hours oi oppor- tunity. ln knowledge is power. May you use your education For the betterment oi mankind and yourselves. The University now and henceforth claims you as its sons and daughters and is contident that you will maintain the traditions oi courage, vision, loyalty, and integrity, which have distinguished your predecessors lor nearly a century and a half. lliwwli. Willi! 6Uze,siptien,f of l'Ae Mnivezsify of 51-,JA Cmfm 20 ' w -4 4 W , 5 l l 'Z ,. ll: ,.:, 1 , ARNEY R. CHILDS Dean of Women A F. W. BRADLEY I Dean of The Faculty MW . JOI-IN A. CHASE Dean of Administration 22 J. B. JACKSON Dean of Men ROY L. GARRETT Business Manager Year alter year, in yearbook alter yearbook the writeup on Deans and Administration is always the dryest sort ol drivel. The Deans donit like it, the students don't like it, nobody likes it. Sure they're doing a Umagniticentn job, We know theyire in- dispensable". All that goes without saying. But what we really ieel is that they're one ol us, doing a necessary job and doing it USC i HENRY O. STROHECKER F. F. WELBOURNE G. W. TOMLIN Registrar Treasurer Director of Student Activities well. We think they're pretty tine people and we couldn't do without them. Dean Jackson and Dean Childs keep the students in line, and in turn Dean Bradley keeps the Faculty in line. Then there's Dean Chase, who sees to it that things are clicking along without a hitch, and Dean Garrett does his best to keep the University out ol the red. What more could you ask lor? 23 " . f, r W. H. CALLCOTT Dean of the Graduate School UtlllS S. M. DERRICK Dean of the School of Business Administration J. E. NORWCOD S. L. PRINCE Dean of the College ol Arts and Science Dean oi the Law School And here are some more of our sporting deans. We need Dean Callcott to insure us higher education and Dean Nor- wood lceeps the Arts and Science tields on a high level of endeavor. Dean Prince gives us our lawyer brothers and who would lceep the newspaper and magazines running if it weren't tor Dean Depass? ORIN F. CROW R. L. SUMWALT Dean of the School of Education Dean of the School of Engineering Q? Wmwfwwmmmu S. C. DePASS E. T. MOTLEY W. H. WARD Dean ol the School ol Journalism Dean ol the School of Pharmacy Director of Extension Division We can't overlook the "pill malcersi' carefully watched over by Dean Motley and Dean Warcl's Extension courses are a must. As lor our Future business men and women we can give the creclit to Dean Derriclc and to Dean Crow goes three cheers lor the future teachers oi America. And last, but certainly not least, we thanlc you Dean Sumwalt For our builder brothers. V...- NEY-HlC5l-l, Anthropology and YAGl'lJlAN, Art Sociology DAVIS. Chemistry HOY, Biology SMITH, Geology BABCOCK, English COLE, Homemalcing WIENEFELD, l"listory BAKER. SEARS, AROTC -lurney-t-ligh is anthro mad Yaghiain clelves in artistic lad. Col. Sears and his boys, though they tly to Sheba l-lave nothing on l-loy and his tnlastecl Amoeba. 'lhereis Batvcoclcis English with its Hrahllyi' and urawtherw Anal "Roch, Smith goes wild at the mention of lava. iiWhat,s Past is Prologuei' says the great Wieneleld Coleis coolcing and sewing really are swell. Baker anol Johnson with their engineer- ing swivel l-leacl, respectively, Chemical and Civil. Speaking ol chemistry, Davis is it Hats ott to these boys, they surely are tit. Chemical Engineering JOHNSON, Civil Eng llhl PERGUSON, NROTC Our little admirals give Ferguson a time On the empire of number work Williams is sublime. Williamson melodious paths unveils McGowan steers our Future Elo Nightingales. Enright produces lads with pigslcin prowess In the tielol ol physics Mercer does wow us. Walsh is the head ol the psycho masses For Kulcinslqfs hygiene-Oh, those 7:00- P. M. classes. ln political science Sherrill is head ln the paths ol righteousness Brubaker doth tread. Ferguson and l-lerty in engineering are selectual Mechanical and electrical are surprisingly ettectual. 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"' Vs 13 me 1' Q L f 1 v Xtziix S f 1a ' 'X swift gm 6,13 'tp y3 xi . M if 4 5 1: Q. 1 Q .tam inf Wah K - ,if S 4 ir I 9 bi ' f "'- " as Q " In xfs V -:-- 1 ' Q V Q I 5 'R Q? J, Wy 5 .ES ...,,,. 3 if ,X Q gs gig , - .::. ,4', Q h A A X zfwi x wi n - V -gf ,V . --zz A ..,..,,,.-.:V V ,Vw-X51 ii ..V::,,, , V lzz, ,A Q -' Aff' Y' ow MQ ,gf Q 9 QQ' 4 W 'fi' I Q ue- Q ,ri K if ,viz , , W Mg fa Q QM MV WV f'--Q A 3 pg' 4. -if 1, val? 6 'Y fax fkkay gi ,qs 1 43 fx 9 fv A -WW ww - wg - f H F P -Q A S45 " Ye ,V 1 WE J 4' -1- Q digg W 9, gang N23 X QA W, wi 9, V ,Y . , x . - K, 4 N - ,.,,, QA 5 fi, tb is Rf QQ: ggi Q ,ef f Q V, 6 A -VQQ i n , . R ,,.. Q5-SQ 1 .3 -11? -X in -Wi Q :X Y S sv 5 95. V qi . .t THE Senior Class ot T950 elected Tommy Maclzie to serve as its president in a run-ott between Tommy and Bob Solomons. Lou Oswald won ttie race tor tlwe vice-presidency wtiile Ann Craig and Frances Tuttle were elected secretary-treasurer and historian, respectively. Tentative plans were made lor ttie Junior-Senior dance to be lweld on April Qi. Clarence Brazellis orctiestra was engaged to lurnislw the music. Plans were last made For graduation to be lweld on tl'ie liorsestioe immediately Following tinal exams in June. At ttiis time February graduates also receive ttieir diplomas. i I Senior' Cfass Qfzqcers AN N CRAIG Secretary-Treasurer TOMMY MQQFIE President LOU QSWALD Vice-President FRANCES TUTTLE Historian Senior Class CARROLL C. ABERNATI-IY Rock Hill, S. C. BS. U niversity Chorus, President. EDWARD LEGARE ADDISON Cottageville, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American Institute oi Electrical Engineers, Treasurer: Euphradian Literary Society, Financial Secretary: Student Council. KEITH V. AFFELD Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Sigma Chi: Minor Block "C" Club: Cotillion Club. WILLIAM SHEPPARD AITON Ninety Six, S. C. B.S. ELMORE ALEXANDER Columbia, S. C. B.S. Sigma Chi. J. B. ALLEN, JR. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Phi Kappa Sigma, Vice-President: Delta Sigma Pi: Y. M. C. A.: Intramural Sports-Softball, Football. S. LEE ALLEN, JR. Spartanburg, S. Cf B.S. in Pharmacy Kappa Alpha. C. J. ALSBROOK Kingstrec, S. C. B.S. Alpha Epsilon Delta: French Club: Young Democrats: States Rights Democrats: University Film Society: independents: F r e s h m a n Y. M. C. A. . ABERNATHY ADDISON ALEXANDER ALLEN.J. B. AFFELD AITON ALLEN,S. L. ALSBROOK ALTMAN AMICK ANDERSON ANDREWS APOSTOLAKOS ARANT ASBILL AWTREY JAMES L. ALTMAN Columbia, S. C. A.B. CALVlN E. AMICK Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering Tl-IEADORE M. ANDERSON Spartanburg, S. C. B.S. Spartanburg-Carolina Club ix NN Arfilglxx J I it xg ici-" . JF ii JAMES H. ANDREW J - Timmonsville, S. C .lr"'lMll"l B.S. , , V l ll l' il is-s :,! .Mal i Et b i xfix J' E s G T : - . , 'V' 'c : '?' E 1-'E "A P S I X ' PETE APOSTOLAKOS Spartanburg, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Lambda Chi Alpha. HENRY C. ARANT Columbia, S. C. B S. Phi Sigma Kappa. JOHN B. ASBILL, JR. Ridge Spring, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi. JOHN M. AWTREY West Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Education Lutheran Student Association. BEN MOOD BADGER, JR. Charleston, S. C. Senior Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Bloclc "C" Club: Varsity Track: Cotillion Club: Canterbury Club: German Club. R. C. BALDWIN Columbia, S. C. Tl-lERESA S. BANNER Conway, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering A.B. in Education Delta Tau, Secretary: Hillel Society, Vice-President: Booster Club: Co-Ed Association: l-lypatian Literary Society. CARLISLE HERBERT BARR Leesville, S. C. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Class GEORGE R. BARRETT Chapin, S. C. RALPH BARRETT Gastonia, N. C. Phi Kappa Sigma: Band: Cotillion Club. JACK BATES Williston, S. C. BOBBY E. BATSON Greenville, S. C. Phi Sigma Kappa. B.S. B.S. B.S. B.S. in Pharmacy 1 BADGER BALDWIN BANNER BARR BARRETT. G. R. BARRETT. R. BATES BATSON 36 BEAM BEARD BEARDEN BECKHAM BELCHER BELL, G. L. BELL, G. W. BELL, H. S. EARL B. BEAM Blaclcsburg, S. C. B.S. BRYAN SPENCE BEARD Langley, S. C. B.S. in Ctiemical Engineering EDWARD L. BEARDEN, JR. Columbia, S. C. H B.S. American Society ot Enginee sg Lutheran Students ot America. Tl" s JOHN BECKH f , if Winnsboro, S. - F' 5 B.S. v I wi s, .JW X V-fit Y f X i, i it GAR if if BLA 1950 l F. li U is ,, M-.W ARNOLD C. BELCHER Greer, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American Institute ot Electrical Engineers, Secretary: l. R. E. Student Member. GEORGE L. BELL St. George, S. C. B.S. in Education GWYN W. BELL St. George, S. C. B.S. HARRY S. BELL Ward, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi: Student Council, Senior Class JOHN N. BELLINGER Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration EUGENE C. BENBOW Myrtle Beach, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American lnstitute of Electrical Engineers. SARA JANE BENSON Columbia, S. C. A.B. Alpha Delta Pi, Vice-President: Delta Omicron Music Fraternity: Westminster Fellowship: Euphrosynean Literary Society: Y. W. C. A.: Co-Ed Association: University Chorus. A. H. BENTON Walterboro, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Baptist Student Union. A v 1 BASCOMB WILLIAM BEST Bethune, S. C. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha. NEVIN BlSER, JR. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering Arncrican Society ot Mechanical Engineers: Lutheran Student Association. JEAN O. BISHOP Jamestown, S. C. A.B. Chi Omegag Euphrosynean Literary Society, Secretaryq Co-Ed As- sociationg Garnet and Black Statt. DONALD L. BLACKMON Rock Hill, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration BELLINGER BENBOW BEST BISER BENSON BENTON BISHOP BLACKMON BLONIASZ BODIE BOLEMAN BOLEN BOND BOUKNIGHT BOWERS BOYLSTON CASIMIR BLONIASZ Columbia, S. C. A.B. Pi Kappa Phi. JAMES EDWIN BODIE Batesburg, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering WILLIAM A. BOLEMAN Richburg, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering American Society ar Civil Enhi ". Q :i CHARLES D. BOLEIQN K Williston, S. C. TC B.S. in Education Kappa Phi Kappa. 4? f GARNET BLACK 1950 V EDWARD : area-U-Lam aaai Greenwood, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration E. I-l. BOUKNIGHT Batesburg, S. C. B.S. BERTRAM L. BOWERS Heath Springs, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Phi Kappa Sigma, Corresponding Secretary: Secretary Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. WILLIAM O. BOYLSTON Barnwell, S. C. B.S. Kappa Alpha: German Club: Cotillion Club: B A B Club. Senior Class JAMES BRADBLIRY CARL .I. BREWER Orangeburg, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Easley, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering Phi Kappa Sigma: Delta Sigma Pig Euphradian Literary Society. American Institute ol Electrical Engineers. JosEPH M, BRADHAM ROBERT R- BRIGGS Manning S. C 5.5. in Business Administration Greenville, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Pi Kappa Alpha. E. DANIEL BRADLEY A . . . . LOU B' BROOKS A Newberry, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering Lykeslandl S. C- A-B. in Education American Society ol Civil Engineers , . , Hypatian Literary Society. LEE ROY BRANDEINI LEONARD BROWDER Piedmont, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy Warrenville, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy Phi Kappa Sigma: American Pharmaceutical Association. American Pharmaceutical Association. BRADBURY BRADI-IAM BRADLEY BRANDIN BREWER BRIGGS BROOKS BROWDER 40 BROWN, BILL BROWN, C. D. BROWN, S. G. BRUCE BRYANT BUCKNER BULLARD BURNETT BILL BROWN Columbia, S. C. B.S. Cl-IARLES D. BROWN Lalre City, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration SAMUEL GORDON BROWN Cheraw, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy American Pharmaceutical Association: aptist Student Union. THOMAS L. BRUCE Belton, S. C. ' ' siness Administration l by H i lil ll- qu ,et n Wil l- B S fhji ff" jy',',Ql:3 x, . 4:34.- GARNE i W- gi bf' 1950 X :Ll If ZH. ll I 1 B Ki 711:-. . S , I ,dl 4. 'fs 7' fi. 1: 'I' -.1 - 24' zf- -1:-if JOE BRYANT "X 5, Lakeview, S. C. A.B. Block "C" Club. JOI-INNIE J. BUCKNER Chester, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy American Pharmaceutical Association: Transfer from Furman Univer- sity: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Baptist Student Union. EVERETTE A. BULLARD Bennettsville, S. C. B.S. American Pharmaceutical Association. SAMUEL T. BURNETT, JR, Salucla, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy American Pharmaceutical Association: B.S. Degree in Biology from Furman University. Senior Glass JOI-IN BUSBEE FREDA MAC BYRD McColl, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy W- Columblaf S- C- B-Sd American Pharmaceutical Association' American Chemical Society: Y. W. C. A.: Baptist Student Union. TRAVIS J. CAGLE, JR. RE!-PHORD N. BYARS Gaffney, S. C. B.S. in Clwemical Engineering Columbia, 52551314 Sigma: Chemical Engineering Society: American Chemical FRANCIS M. CAIN, JR. JAMES A- BYER5 Sumter, S. C. B.S. Slwaron, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Kappa SISWIGI Band! PVCSICIEVW- GEORGE I-I. CALLCOIT V AB. Iii G mma M 7 I r i l e i 1 - i i t, I-Iartsville, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration lilampion Awarlil inntliligsczirglla R lawns Club CO mpen Second BUSBEE BYARS BYERS BYRD, EARL BYRD, F. M. CAGLE CAIN CALLCOTT 42 if CAMERON CAMPBELL, DON CAMPBELL, D. H. CANTEY CARPENTER CASE CAUGHMAN, B. D. CAUGHMAN. H. R., JR. BETTY CAMERON Columbia, S. C. A.B. Phi Beta Phi, Social Chairman: Garnet and Blaclr Staff: Y. W. C. A.: Co-Ed Association: Member of May Court, l948: Transfer from Sullins Junior College. DON CAMPBELL Camden, S. C. B.S. in Education Kappa Alpha, Treasurer: lnterfraternity Council, Secretary. Vice-Presi- dent and President: Transfer from WSSF Executive Chairman. DEWEY H. CAMPBELL, JR. Sewanee, Tenn.: Cheerleader: Columbia, S. C. "ja, B.S. in Civil Engineering American Society of Civ' iff? 0 1725. . oi JOHN CANTQQ Hiiiiiwii- Columbia, '. C. B.S. Sigma Alpha Epsil ' Bloclc "C" Club: Swimming Team: Canterbur .'-jfmfi' iv .A '-il, GARNET D BLACK 1950 J ROBERT REID '-'V A 1 Greenville, S. C. A.B. lPre-Lawl Lambda Chi Alpha: WUSC, News Editor, Chief Announcer. Program Director, Publicity Chief, Regional Program Director of the lntercol- legiate Broadcasting System: "Garnec0clx" Staff. ROBERT E. CASE Fort Mill, S. C. BS BELTON D. CAUGHMAN Columbia, S. C. Phi Sigma Kappa. B.S. HENRY R. CAUGHMAN, JR. Neeses, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering American Society of Civil Engineers. Senior W. E. CAUGHMAN, JR. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy Phi Sigma Kappa: American Pharmaceutical Association. ANDREA CHANDLER Olanta, S. C. A.B. in Journalism Phi Epsilon Nu: "Gamecoclc" Staff. RAYMOND L. CHAPLIN Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Pi Kappa Alpha: lnterlraternity Council. ELMER CHASTEEN Florence, S. C. B.S. Delta Sigma Pi. C lass BOBBY CHILDRESS Ware Shoals, S. C. B.S. Wesley Foundation Council: Y. M. C. A.: A. l. E. E. RAY F. CLARK Greenwood, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration THOMAS DeWlTT CLARK Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering CECIL CLARKSON Myrtle Beach, S. C. B,S, Phi Kappa Sigma. CAUGHMAN CHANDLER CHILDRESS CLARK, R. F. CHAPLIN CHASTEEN CLARK,T. D. CLARKSON CLEMMENS CLINE COE COFFEY, C. L. COFFEY, J. W. COFFEY, V. COLE COLEMAN JOHN JAMES CLEMMENS, JR. Florence, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Kappa Sigma. ROBERT R. CLINE Aslweville, N. C. B.S. in Business Administration DOROTHY ANNE COE Columbia, S. C. B.S. X Delta Zeta Sorority, President, V - i sident: Hypatian Literary Society. Treasurer: Freshman, Soph 're,5 unior, Senior Y. W. C. A.: Carolina Christian Club: Co-Ed Ass 'atid g oster Club: Pan-Hel- lenic Council: Baptist Student Uni n, cock" Staff. Typist: Garnet and Black Staff, Typist. V CHARLES L. COFFEY tt- if 4 Columbia, S. C. ll B.S. in Pharmacy Phi Kappa Sigma. i ifiizi i - .Vl.. - n fx' GARN-Elf. Q ui... 1950 K JANE W. COEEEY Columbia, S. C. A.B. VERLIN COFFEY Georgetown, S. C. A.B. Phi Kappa Sigma: Band. ROBERT S. COLE ' Saluda, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration CHARLES D. COLEMAN, JR. Greenville, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration CHARLES W. COLEMAN Saluda, S. C. WILLIAM E. COLLINS MiIIen, Ga. Block "C" Club. JULIA MARIE COLLLIM Blackville, S. C. Y. W. C. A.: Baptist Student LI HOWARD COMAN Columbia, S. C. American Society ol Civil Engineers Senior Class LL.B. A.B. in Education A.B. in Education B.S. in Civil Engineering W. B. COMPTON Bishopville, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering American Society of Civil Engineers TI-IEOPI-IILUS N. CONSTAN Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering American Societ of Mechanical Engineers, Treasurer: Minor Block "C" Club: Varsitiy Tennis, I94-8, I949. .IENNINOS COOK Columbia, S. C. B.S. RAYMOND R. COOK Estill, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy American Pharmaceutical Association. COLEMAN COLLINS COLLUM COMAN COMPTON CONSTAN COOK. J. COOK. R. R. COOKE COOPER. CORRY COTTER COUNCIL COVINGTON, F. COVINGTON, J. E. COX W. C. COOKE Estill, S. C. B.S J. L. COOPER, JR. Camden, S. C. B.S. Kappa Sigma. MARY BLANCI-IE CORRY Bennettsville, S. C. Sec. Sci. Ccrtiticate Alpha Delta Pi: Euphrosyriean lranslei from Queens College. 51.91 la - M74 LESUE ARLEN l Columbia, S. C. X: n Civil Engineering . l gg' American Society of Civil ' Foundation Council: Epsilon Lambda Sigma, Tre st. in 'tbl GARNET 'liiifef C K 1950 ,il i .M rl ' . ,wit 75757 Tl-IURMAN F. COU C L Florence, S. C. B.S. PAYE COVlNCS'l'ON Dillon, S. C. B.A. Baptist Student Union JAMES EDWARD COVINGTON Lake City, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Pi Kappa Plii, Historian: Kappa Sigma Kappa: Cotillion Club: German Club: Manager Baseball Team: Booster Club: Young Demo- crats: Florence-Carolina Club, President. WILLIAM E. COX Easley, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering Sigma Chi: American Society oi Civil Engineers. Senior Class WILEY M. CRAFT Columbia, S. C. A.B. ANN R. CRAIG Columbia, S. C. A.B. Kappa Delta, Treasurer: Kappa Pi, President and Treasurer: Secretary and Treasurer ol Student Body: Treasurer ol Sophomore "YH: Treas- urer of WSSE: Garnet and Black Statt, Index Editor: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet: Secretary-Treasurer ol Senior Class: Co-Ed Association: Executive Committee oi WSSF: "The Carolina Review" Statt: Chair- man Deputation Committee. ROLAND D. CRANDALL Old Greenwich, Conn. B.S. in Business Administration Pi Gamma Mu. JIMMY C. CRAWFORD I-Ionea Path, S. C. A.B. Pi Kappa Alpha, Pledgemaster, I-Iistorian: WUSC, Production Man- ager Radio Theater, President, Chief Announcer: "Gamecoclc" Statl: University Chorus. DORINE CREIGI-ITON North Augusta, S. C. A.B. Y. W. C. A.: Christian Service Club: Transfer from Winthrop College. WILLIAM R. CROCKETT Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering Kappa Sigma, Treasurer: American Society oi Civil Engineers. JOI-IN E. CROWLEY, JR. Charlotte, N. C. B.S. Phi Kappa Sigma: Clariosophic Literary Society, Publicity Director: Newman Club, Vice-President, Publicity Director: Representative to Religious Emphasis Week: Garnet and Black Business Statt: Transfer from Belmont Abbey College: Y. M. C. A. DAVID HART CRLIM Denmark, S. C. A.B. Kappa Alpha. I Ii CRAFT CRAIG CREIGI-ITON CROCKETT CRANDALL CRAWFORD CROWLEY CRLIM l l l E li y CULLUM CUNNINGHAM. L. CUNNINGHAM, M. B, DAETWYLER DARBY DAVENPORT DAVIS, H. C. DAVIS, H. M. HELEN JANE CULLUM Columbia, S. C. A.B. Kappa Delta: Co-Ed Association: Euplwrosynean Literary Society. Reportery Newman Club. LARRY CUNNINGHAM Laurens, S. C. A.B. a pa Phi Kappa, President: Student Council. M. B. CUNNINGHAM Liberty Hill American Clwemical BERNARD Marlinton Administration 1950 PRESTON DARBY Columbia, S. C. B.S. CHARLES C. DAVENPORT Columbia, S. C. B.S. HAROLD C. DAVIS lnman, S. C. B.S. Alpha Kappa Psi: Young, Democrats Club: Spartanburg-Carolina Club. HENRY M. DAVIS Greenville, S. C. B.S. Band: Wesley Foundation Council, Vice-Presidentp Carolina Religious Council. Senior Class JARRETT DAVIS Atlanta, Ga. B.S. LEWIS DAVIS Chesterfield, S. C. B.S. MILDRED ANNE DAVIS Columbia, S. C. A.B. Pi Beta Phi, Executive Council: Y. W. C. A., Cabinet: Westminster Fellowship: Pan-I-Iellenic Council: Garnet and Black, Circulation Man- ager and Editor: Alpha Kappa Gamma: Transfer, Winthrop College. WILLIAM W. DAVIS Florence, S. C. B.S. Kappa Sigma: "Carolina Review", Sports Editor, Associate Editor: WUSC, Sports Editor: Int. Athlete Committee: Interlraternity Council: German Club, Vice-President: Garnet and Black Statl: Cotillion Club: Florence-Carolina Club, Dance Chairman. MEREDITI-I V. DAVISON Spartanburg, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy Lambda Chi Alpha: American Pharmaceutical Association. S. WATSON DAWES Loris, S. C. LL.B. Pi Kappa Phi: Boxing Team: "34" Club. PERRY A. DAWSON Wilmington, N. C. B.S. GRADY A. DECELL Columbia, S. C. A.B. Kappa Alpha: Kappa Sigma Kappa: Block "C" Club: "Gai'necock" Staff. DAVIS, J. DAVIS, L. DAVISON DAWES DAVIS, M.A. DAVIS,W. W. DAWSON DECELL De La MATER DENNIS DODD DOLAN e ,, Q yr DeLOACI-I DENT DOFF DOWE MERITT De La MATER Columbia, S. C. B.S. Sigma Nu: Alpha Kappa Psi. I-IARRY DeI.OACI-I Beaufort, S. C. B.S. Block "C" Club. SAMUEL FREDERICK DENNIS Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Phi Kappa Sigma: Varsity Track Team: Varsity Cross Country Team: Baptist Student Union, RENA FAYE DENT Columbia, S. C. f A.B "Carolina Review" Statt, Assi Ed' nd Ttgfditorg Luth- eran Student Association, ,rf - it E , 'gy 3. I vi i 'I -f f ' Aly s GARNET L K I - 1:22. .--- 1 -ag, ' ,..' 'J 1- gig. , Bom Doom gjl Round O -,,f fi: in i s ziation Phi Kappa Sig - -QIU -'-L 5,2191 -1 "fg:.,,i . a1 Baptist Student Union. .X ' JOHN DOFF Batesburg, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering VIRGINIA EVE DOLAN Washington, D. C. A.B. Pi Beta Phi: Y. W. C, A.: WUSC: Spanish Club: Co-Ed Association: 'Gamecoclc' Statt: Garnet and Black Feature Editor: Transfer from University of Arizona. JANE W. DOWE Nortollc, Va. A.B. in Journalism Kappa Delta, Editor and Secretary: Alpha Kappa Gamma, Secretary: Euphrosynean Literary Society, Vice-President: Carolina Christian Service Club, Vice-President: "Carolina Review", Exchange Editor: "The Gamecoclc' Statt, Exchange Editor, Feature Editor, Society Editor: Co-Ed Association, Acting President, Editor, Treasurer: Can- terbury Club: Y. W. C. A.: Student Council: Garnet and Black Statt. Senior Class ARCHIE I-I. DOWLING Columbia, S. C. B.S Pl-IYLLIS AUDREY DUKES Columbia, S. C. A.B Zeta Tau Alpha, Rush Chairman: Pan-Hellenic Council Representa tive: Hypatian Literary Society, Chaplain: Booster Club: Co-Ed As sociation: "Gamecock" Business Staff: Sophomore "Y" Cabinet May Court. JOE DUSENBERRY Conway, S. C. A.B Kappa Phi Kappa. JAMES MADISON DYE Spartanburg, S. C. B.S Kappa Alpha: Student Council: Cotillion Club: German Club: Spar tanburg-Carolina Club, President: Booster Club: Westminster Fellow ship: Y. M. C. A. D. WILLIAM EASOM, JR. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering Pi Kappa Phi, Social Chairman, Rush Chairman, Warden, Chaplain: American Society of Civil Engineers: German Club: Cotillion Club: Freshman Football: Booster Club: Y. M. C. A.: W. S. S. E. Committee. CHARLES H. EASTMAN Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering ASA EDENS St. Stephens, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American institute of Electrical Engineers: l. R. E.: WUSC. IRVIN LEROY ELEAZER, JR. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Phi Kappa Sigma: Band. DOWLING DUKES DXSOM EASTMAN DUSENBERRY DYE EDENS ELEAZER ELEAZER. J. ELEAZER, R. R. ELLIS. D. W. ELLIS, O. I-I. ELLISON EPPES EPPS EPTING JEAN ELEAZER Columbia, S. C. A.B. Zeta Tau Alpha, Historian, Secretary: I-Iypatian Literary Society, Critic: Booster Club: Co-Ed Association: "Gamecoclc" Business Statt: Sophomore Y. W. C. A. Cabinet: Y. W. C. A. REBECCA R. ELEAZER Pelion, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy American Pharmaceutical Association. DAVIS W. ELLIS Clinton, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering Epsilon Lambda Sigma: it Civil Engineers: Dean's List. OWEN EL ELLIS ' ' Fort Mill, S. , B.S. in Bugtiess Administration V' , ?v l -"-Yfl11TI JI Y If S ,MW I GAR - ii D BLA 1950 . 2' i I ll SI-IERA LEE EL is Charleston, S. C. A.B. in Education Delta Tau, President: Y. W, C, A.: Booster Club: May Court: I-Iillel Society: Co-Ed Association: W, A. A., Recording Secretary. FRANK EPPES Greenville, S. C. A.B. in Education Sigma Chi. JAM ES VERNON EPPS Cades, S. C. B.S. Phi Kappa Sigma, Vice-President: Wesley Foundation: Clariosophic Literary Society: Y. M, C. A. JACOB E. EPTIINIG, JR. Prosperity, S. C. AB. Senior Class EULA MAE EVANS Florence, S. C. B.S. Y. W. C. A.. Handbook and News Letter: Co-Ed Associationg Wesley Foundation Council: University Players: Booster Club: Transfer lrom Winthrop College. BERT M. FARNER, JR. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration CHARLES W. EELDER Lydia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration MARY EELDER Loris, S. C. A-5- ROBERT WALLACE FENNELL Leesville, S. C. JOHN R. FERRELL Columbia, S. C. Phi Mu Alpha: L'Alliance Organists. ROY FIELDS, JR. Darlington, S. C. ALLIE EAY FlLLlGlM Tulcegee, Ala. Chi Omega: Co-Ed Asso Booster Club. B.S. in Business Administration A.B. Francaise: Member ol American Guild ol B.S. in Business .Administration B 5 ciationg Euphrosynean Literary Society: EVANS FARNER EELDER,C. W. FELDER, M. EENNELL FERRELL FlELDS FILLINGIM i FILLINGIM FLEMING FLOWERS FLOYD, F. FLOYD, F. M. FLOYD, R. M. FOGLE FOLK ELEANOR BETH FILLINGIM Columbia, S. C. A.B. Chi Omega, President: Y. W. C, A., President: Pan-Hellenic Council, President: Orientation Teacher: Euphrosynean Literary Society: Alpha Kappa Gamma, Scholarship Chairman: Cheerleader: May Oueen: Garnet and Black Assistant Business Manager. WILLIAM E. FLEMING Lancaster, S. C. B.S. A. M. FLOWERS, JR. Andrews, S. C. B.S. Kappa Sigma. fi " 'STO i fi Q9 , FRANK FLOYD ,QQ F Effingham, S. C. l I ff, B.S. Si ma Nu. l' 8 :SF X- f 3' e 5 Q R vt GARNET A ACK 1950 gli' FRANK M. FLOYD Marion, S. C. A.B. ROBERT M. FLOYD Galivants Ferry, S. C. A.B. in Journalism Phi Epsilon Nu. BOBBY RAY Williston, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy American Pharmaceutical Association. LUTHER HERBERT FOLK Branchville, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Se-nior MARY ALICE FOLK Columbia, S. C. A.B. Hypatian Literary Society: Y. W. C. A.: Co-Ecl Association. Eunice TEMPLE Forao Hairy I-Iill, s. c. Alpha Delta Pi: Y. W. C. A.: Euphrosynean Literary Society: Lime- stone College Transfer. A.B. ANGELO J. FORLlDAS Spartanburg, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering American Society ol Civil Engineers. BETTY FRAZER Columbia, S. C. A.B. Pi Beta Plri: "Gamecoclc" Statl: Co-Ed Association: Y. W. C. A.: Garnet and Black Statl. Class SAMUEL FREDERICK Bamberg, S. C. FREE B.S. in Business Administration I-IERMAN FULLER Strotlwer, S. C. B.S. W. Pl-llLLlP FULLER, JR. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Sigma Nu: German Club: Cotillion Club: Clariosoptiic Literary Society: Compass and Chart Society: Board ol Publications: lnterfraternity, Sports: Orientation Teacher: N. R. O. T. C., Company Cmdr., Company Adj., Platoon Cmdr.: Y. M. C. A. HARDY GADDY Lakeview, S. C. B.S. FOLK FORD FREE FULLER, H. 56 FORLIDAS FRAZER FULLER.W. P..JR. GADDY GADDY GALLOWAY GANDY GANTT GARDNER, B. W. GARDNER,S. K. GARRICK GARRIS RICHARD M. GADDY Dillon, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering American Society of Civil Engineers. NOAH H. GALLOWAY Easley, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration HARRY WILLIAMS GANDY Camden, S. C. A.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. :e 1 mrs, ' L I 1 ,,f FRED H. GANTT W Columbia, S. C. is -f Slf1CSS Administration Kappa Sigma: German giiib N GQESECF' In Q. Jr li 5: .1 GARN -if ,gi f , K 1950 BERNARD W. GARDNER Kershaw, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy SID K. GARDNER Columbia, S. C. B.S. Lab Assistant. MENDEL S. GARRICK Norway, S. C. B.S. JULIUS PARKER GARRIS Lawe View, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration N K Q .J-"1 ' 5 1 QW ff'igfE ii -ss 1' Q ' 1 .V af' tix, 9 if K A 52 Q 9 ' ' "Mft 4 'tr ' X HS 4' N ' . Q! W new -V , f. 4. limit QR ww. 'A or X W.. mf , F-11 -mym-....,' d'W'iF5" Fi? E '14 QF! 35 Q . ....-.yu . A -f irmk,4my,,ggxA.a',ggzi?'?i N ,, W. fr wg 3w5g?5,HW1wgfsi-v1"9'.' ,- A ff I .Q if A Q x A ,." 3 ., F G -7,70 M Km K. MMI: .W wk :via 59 f 5 R Q i wif, Q -Q -J' vi 43 JAMES B. GASTON Greenville, S. C. MARY MUSE GASTON Greenville, S. C. E. F. GAYNOR Lancaster, S. C. JOHN T. GENTRY Easley, S. C. Furman University, B.A. Degre Senior Class A.B. in Journalism Summerton, S. C. A.B. in Education C. W. GIBBONS Turbeville, S. C. B.S. AB- in Education Young Democrats Club: Track: Baptist Student Union: Physical Educa- tion Major-Minor Club. GEORGE E. GlBBONS, JR. olumbia S C B.S. B.S. in Pharmacy C U ' ' ' : American Society oi Mechanical Engi ALEX i-i. GIBERT, JR. LL.B. Columbia, S. C. B.S Delta Sigma Pi. in Mechanical Engineering USCIS. in Business Administration GASTON, J. B. GASTON. M. M. GAYNOR GENTRY, J. T. GENTRY, M. GlBBONS, C. W. GlBBONS.G. F..JR. GIBERT 60 GIBSON GILBERT GILLILAND GILLMORE GOFORTI-I GOING GOLEY GOODWIN ROBERT I-I. GIBSON Johnsonville, S. C. A.B. in Education Euphradian Literary Societyi Physical Education Major-Minor Club. EUGENE P. GILBERT, JR. Union, S. C. B.S. HUDSON K. GILLILAND Fountain, Colorado A.B. Jiri ii' fffff: MARY GILLMOICQ, Q, 3 I, . fa' '5' 'f X GARNET A A ACK 1950 l CHARLES W. cor M Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Alpha Kappa Psi, President, Master of Rituals: Pi Gamma Mug Hutchinson Award in Economics: Co-Manager of Intramural Sports: Carovets Football and Softball Teams, Captain: Student Council. I-IUGI-I CAM PBELL GOING Columbia, S. C. B.S. Pi Kappa Phi: German Club: Cotillion Club. CI-IARLES R. GOLEY, JR. Asheboro, N. C. A.B. in Journalism WILLIAM GOODWIN Lexington, S. C. BS. in Chemical Engineering Senior Class F. WILLIAM GOUDELOCK Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Freshman Law Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Secretary, Lumpkin Award: Blue Key: Kappa Sigma Kappa: Y. M. C. A. Board: Euphradian Literary Society, DecIaimer's Medal: Cotillion Club: Honor Board, Chairman: German Club: Intramural Football: Intramural Track and Basketball, Law Federation. HARRIS GRAHAM Greenville, S. C. A.B. "Carolina Review" Statt. THOMAS H. GRANT Chester, S. C. B.S. EUGENE I'I. GRAVES Bluffton, S. C. A.B. in Education CECIL GRAY Gray Court, S. C. B.S. Kappa Alpha: German Club: Cotillion Club. RAYMOND W. GREEN Columbia, S. C. B.S. Sigma Chi. i LOY M. GREER, JR. Spartanburg, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi: Y. M. C. A.: Orientation Teacher: Student Assistant in Accounting. L. E. GRIFFIN Lockhart, S. C. B.S. GOLIDELOCK GRAHAM GRAY GREEN GRANT GRAVES GREER GRIFFIN Tis, ws .gi GRIFFIN GROETZINGER I-IAGAN I-IALLMAN. E. S. GRIFFITI-I GRUBBS I-IAILE HALLMAN. L.J. WI-IITNER L. GRIFFIN, JR. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy Phi Kappa Sigma, Vice-President: American Pharmaceutical Associa- tion' Y M C A WILLIAM W. GRIFFITI-I Saluda, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration THOMAS M. GROETZING P A 's Columbia, S. C. B.S.'i - us' ess Administration 55, 4 BILLY T. GRUBBS A' Columbia, S. C. , C echanical Engineering 'i -ii' GARNET AN : CK 1950 I -vfagd f - dx' 'ii HARoLD HAGAN if Savannah, Ga. , A.B. in Education Varsity Football, Baseball: Block "C" Club, Treasurer: Kappa Phi Kappa. ROBERT KEITI-I I-IAILE Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Chemical Engineerirv: American Chemical Society: American Society of Chemical Engineers. EDWARD S. HALLMAN Monetta, S. C. AB. Sigma Chi, Corresponding Secretary: "Gamecoclc" Statt: Y. M. C. A.: Cotillion Club: Clariosophic Literary Society: Glee Club. LUTHER J. I-IALLMAN Lancaster, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering Senior Class CAROLYN HALTIWANGER Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Zeta Tau Alpha, Treasurer I. BRADWELL HAMER Tatum, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Wesley Foundation Council: Y. M. C. A.: Glee Club. C. E. HAMMOND, JR. New York, N. Y. B.S. Euphradian Literary Society: International Relations Club: Orientation Teacher. E. M. HANCOCK, JR. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha: Epsilon Lambda Sigma: American Institute ot Elec- trical Engineers: I. R. E., Vice-President: Engineers Joint Council, Secretary. gig! HALTIWANGER HAMER HANLIN HARDWICK JOHN E. HANLIN Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering Sigma Chi: American Society of Mechanical Engineers. JACK HARDWICK Loris, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Pi Kappa Phi: German Club. JACK B. HARRELL Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi. PALILA HARRIS Greenville, S. C. A.B. Alpha Delta Phi. President: Y. W. C. A., Vice-President: Euphrosynean Literary Society, Treasurer: Transfer from Agnes Scott. HS! HAMMOND HANCOCK HARRELL HARRIS HARRIS HARRISON HARTZOG HARVEY HAWKINS HEINS HENDRIX, H.C. HENDRIX. R.W. ROBERT HARRIS AbbeviIIe, S. C. B.S. BROOKS D. HARRISON Brunson, S. C. B.S. Kappa AIpha: German CIub: CotiIIion Club: Freshman BasIcetbaII: Assistant IntramuraI Manager. CARL LESTON I-IARTZOG St. George, S. C. B.S. in Education American Chemical Society. ARNOLD HARVEY Charleston, S. C. r,1x'.bg',5e B.S. ABQ C G af, -2 7' I, 'II GARNE ff - CK 1950 Wg-1 fa' ,X ,V ,. ,I d . I viii I'h,1 J GEORGE HAWKIN .Af Saluda, S. C. B. . usiness Administration Kappa Phi Kappa, Co 'fi ing Sec . 5'2" CHARLES HEINS, JR. Hampton, S. C. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering American Society of Mechanical Engineers. HUBERT C. HENDRIX Woodrutt, S. C. A.B. in JournaIism Phi Epsilon Nu: "CaroIina Review", Editor, RICHARD WAYNE HENDRIX Spartanburg, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Senior Class L. MAY HERBERT Piedmont, S. C. A.B. Hypatian Literary Society: "Gamecoclc" Statl, Society Editor: Carolina Christian Service Club: Y. W. C. A.: Baptist Student Union: Orienta- tion Teacher: Co-Ed Association. WADDY J. HILL, JR. Fountain Inn, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi. M. P. HOBGOOD Winnsboro, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering J. MANNING HOOK West Columbia, S. C. B.S. HERBERT HILL HOWERTON HUCKABY J. LAYTON HOWERTON Florence, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Alpha Tau Omega: German Club: Cotillion Club. WILLIAM E. HUCKABY Duncan, S. C. B.S. Baptist Student Union, President, Social Vice-President: Y. M. C. A.: Alpha Epsilon Delta. HELEN L. HUGHEY Columbia, S. C. A.B. Zeta Tau Alpha, Dance Chairman: Y. W. C. A.: Pan-Hellenic Council: Co-Ed Association. LLOYD L. HUNTINGTON Clinton, S. C. A.B. in Journalism Phi Epsilon Nu: "Gamecoclr" Statl, Sports Editor. HOBGOOD HOOK HUGHEY HUNTINGTON HURLONG HLJSKEY HLJTTO HYERS INABINET JAMES.J. JAMES.J.J. JENKINS BETTY HU RLONG Rock Hill, S. C. A.B. BILLY B. HUSKEY Gattney, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering American Society ol Civil Engineers. CHARLES L. HUTTO Holly Hill, S. C. B.S. Phi Kappa Sigma, Vice-President, KEM PER KENT Charleston 1950 2 Lx cHA.RfLE E NET Charleston, S. C. B.S. Physical Education Major-Minor Club, Block "C" Club: Varsity Football Manager. JOE JAMES Clinton, S. C. B.S, Alpha Epsilon Delta. JOHN JAY JAMES Darlington, S. C. B.S. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Treasurer, Vice-President: Blue Key, Secretary, Treasurer: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Minor Block "C" Club, Vice-President, Swimming Team: Garnet and Black Statt, Assistant Editor: University Cl'IOVUSI Kappa Sigma Kappa: Student-Faculty Relations Committee? l. F. C. Sports Committee Chairman. ANDREW H. JENKINS Florence, S. C. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Senior Class W. E. JETT CEERTRUDE JOHNSTON Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy Estill, S, C. A.B. American Pharmaceutical Association. Delta Delta Deltag Delta Omicron Music Fraternity. CHARLES A. JONES JERRY R. JOHNSON ' 1 l Q Greer, S. C. A.B. Orangeburg, S. C. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering Sigma Chi, Pledge Master, Social Chairmanq Men's Music Club, Presi- dent: Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Secretary: Kappa Sigma Kappa, Recording Secretary: Cotillion Club, Dance Chairman: Vesper Com- mittee: Honor Board: Student Council. Aiken, S. C. A.B. , , RoBERr E. Joriss Phi Sigma Kappa. Spartanburg, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration WALTER E. JOHNSON, Ill W. H. JORDAN Westfield, N. J. B.S. in Business Administration Greer, S. C. A.B. Cotillion Club: WUSC. Business Manager. Sigma Chi: Phi Mu Alpha: Cotillion Club: University Chorus. HWY JETT JOt-INSON,J.R. JOHrxISON,V. JO!-lNSON,W. E., III JOHNSTON JONES, C. A. JONES, R. E. JORDAN 68 KARESH KEELS KELLY KENNERLY KILGORE KINARD KING. E. C.,JR. KING.H.J. JACK KARESH Camden, S. C. B.S. Phi Epsilon Pi. ELINOR GRACE KEELS Florence, S. C. A.B. "C5amecoclc" Stati: Band: Dixiecrats: Co-Ed Association: Florence- Carolina Club: Spanish Club: Y. W. C. A. HEYWARD T. KELLY Columbia, S. C. N I x is B.S. sigma Nu, if 1 55 - o, ' X XF" lx' J l ii : X - ---X H csoiaoo KE 'i il P A l.. N 4 yi y X Cordova S C Jili" Jlllg Simi ' 't t' , . ,754 . YS s inns ra ion Phi Sigma Kappa. "" ' . F S . Ji . -fb ET Kirin 4 X 7-4 .. al l ., -if-, . gi: ff fig 1?'T'fllfW4M -X. HOWARD D. ' LGORE Anderson, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American Institute of Electrical Engineers: l. R. E.: Epsilon Lambda Sigma. EDWARD R. KINARD, JR. Columbia, S. C. B.S. E. C. KING, JR. Florence, S. C. A.B. in Education Lambda Chi Alpha, Secretary: Kappa Pi, Vice-President: Kappa Sigma Kappa: Honor Board: Y. M. C. A., President Sophomore Council, Y. M. C. A. Council, Editor "Y" Newsletter: University Players: "Carolina Review" Staff: Religious Emphasis Weelc Committee. HOWARD J. KING Lake City, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Senior Class WILLIAM T. KING Lancaster, S. C. B.S. Lambda Chi Alpha. BOODIE E. KINSEY Walterboro, S. C. A.B. Alpha Delta Pi: Y. W. C. A.: Co-Ed Association: University Players. DONALD LEE KINSEY Charlotte, N. C. BS. in Business Administration Alpha Kappa Psi. Chairman Social Committee. HENRY MARSHALL KIRKLAND Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration JLILE KLEINMETZ Florence, S. C. B.S. Phi Epsilon Pi: Hillel Society, President, Historian: Alpha Epsilon Delta, Historian: American Chemical Society: Y. M. C. A.: Business Staff of "Gamccoclc": Religious Council: Religious Emphasis Week Committee. MELTON KLIGMAN Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Pi Lambda Phi, President, Vice-President, Secretary: Omicron Delta Kappa: Kappa Sigma Kappa: Hillel Society, President, Treasurer: Pi Kappa Delta, President, Vice-President: Varsity Debating Team: Euphradian Literary Society: Interlraternity Council: Carolina Religious Council: Y. M. C. A. EARLE P. KLUGH Greenwood, S. C. B.S. REUBEN KNOPE Fairfax, S. C. B.S. Alpha Epsilon Delta. KING KINSEY, B. E. KLEINMEIZ KLIGMAN Kinsey, D. L. KIRKLAND KLuoi-i M KNOPF KNOWLTON KOTH KRLJEMCKE LAMB LANCASTER LAND LANEY LANGSTON DAVID W. KNOWLTON Edinboro, Pa. A.B. in Education Transfer from Columbia Bible Collage. W. E. KOTH Ridgeland, S. C. B.S. Baptist Student Union. PAUL M. KRUEMCKE Columbia, S. C. 1 B.S. in Mechanical Engineering American Society of Engine rs, Junior Representative. MARVIN C. LA x Columbia, S. t ' 5 A.B. lT'l Q I GAR ND BL 1950 ar Joram LANCAS Tm 'T' Woodruff, S. C. B.S. in Education Kappa Phi Kappa. BENJAMIN S LAND Bamberg, S. C. BS. in Pharmacy American Pharmaceutical Association. CAM PBELL P, LAN EY Cheraw, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Kappa Alpha: Cotillion Club. H. ABBOTT LANGSTON, JR. Timmonsville, S. C. B,S, l Kappa Alpha. Senior Class FRED S. LATI-IAN Monroe, N. C. B.S. in Business Administration Alpha Kappa Psi. GROVER C. LEE, JR. KENNETH W. LELAND, JR. Wadmalaw Island, S. C. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering Chairman I-Ionor Board: Blue Key: Kappa Sigma Kappa: American Society of Mechanical Engineers: Y. M. C. A. ELLIS LEVER Douglas, Ga. B.S. in Pharmacy Newberry, S. C, Big' Newman Club. ROSALYN LEE PATRICIA A. LEWIS Commbla' S' C' AB' Jacksonville, Fla. Secretarial Science Baptist Student Union Council, Music Director, Librarian. AI h D It P. R h Ch H Ch I d J A Y W C A p a e a r, us arrman: eerea er: unror . . . .: "Carolina Review" Statt: Co-Ed Association: May Court: Euphrosynean Literary Society. WILLIAM LEE I-Iamer, S. C. A.B. in Education XVII-TON S- LEWIS Pi Kappa Alpha. Secretary: German Club. Leesvillef LATHAN LEE, G. C.. JR. LEE, R. LEE. W. LELAND LEVER LEWIS. P. A. LEWIS. W. S. LEWTER LITTLEJOI-IN LLOYD LOCKE LONG LOVETT LOWE LYLES l 73 FREDDIE R. LEWTER Cayce, S. C. A.B. in Education JOI-IN BAILEY LITTLEJOI-IN Sumter, S. C. B.S. Sigma Nu: Marshal: Euphraclian Literary Society: Cotillion Club: German Club. DOTSY DIANE LLOYD Columbia, S. C. B.S. Zeta Tau Alpha: American Chemical Society, Secretary: L'AIliance Francaise, Treasurer: LeConte Scientiti ciety: Alpha Epsilon Delta: University Players: Alpha Psi O e cretary-Treasurer: West- minster Fellowship: Y. W. C. A. ou ' Freshman, Junior-Senior, Junior-Senior Y. W. C. A. Cab' 4-lilyypgatian Literary Society: Orientation Teacher' Co-Ed Asso tat-ien-L-fthe Gamecoclru Statt. FRED C. LOCKE Columbia, S. C. B. . n Chemical Engineering Kappa Sigma President: Cot i li 1 lu : German Club, Treasurer: Chemical Engineering Society ,erican 7 1" I Society. GARNET A ACK 1950 Il 0 . . , , . K ?i?.'7 .W I 'E ' 1, I .ri 6 at IE ,Q Q 0, A ,ft gi 1 I gs i PM I if AES-A WILLIAM H. L Conway, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia: American Pharmaceutical Association: Band. F. N. LOVETT Yorlc, Pa. Engineering Epsilon Lambda Sigma: Cotillion Club: German Club. JONATHAN C. LOWE Spartanburg, S. C. A.B. Phi Mu Alpha, Treasurer: Band. Business Manager. WILLIAM DuPRE LYLES Chester, S. C. B.S. Kappa Alpha: German Club, Secretary: Cotillion Club: Bloclr "C" Club: Compass and Chart, Treasurer. Senior Class JOHN T. McALI-IANY Branchville, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American Institute of Electrical Engineers. ELEANOR LOIS MCBRIDE Cheraw, S. C. B.S. Chi Omega: Co-Ed Association: Garnet and Black Statt: Euphrosynean Literary Society. WILLIAM I-IARVEY MCCALL Union, S. C. B.S. Alpha Epsilon Delta, Secretary. President: American Chemical Society: University Players: Y. M. C. A. C. N. McCAIN Greenville, S. C. B.S. GEORGE SPRLICE MCCAIN Denmark, S. C. B.S. Kappa Alpha, President, Vice-President: Blue Key, Vice-President: Kappa Sigma Kappa: Vespers Committee: Varsity Swimming Team: Minor Block "C" Club: Junior Class President: I-Ionor Board: Honor Council: Student Council: N. R. O. T, C.: Cotillion Club: German Club. DON McCARTER Inman, S. C. B.S. WILBLIR I-I. McCARTI-IA Lexington, S. C. A.B. in Journalism Phi Epsilon Nu: "Gamecocli" Staff: Lutheran Student Association. DORIS McCLARY Summerton, S. C. A.B. in Education Chi Omega: Alpha Kappa Gamma: Co-Ed Association: Euphrosynean Literary Society, Critic: "Carolina Revicwll, Advertising Manager: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet: W. A. A. Cabinet: Business Manager ot Garnet and Black: Transfer from Mary Baldwin. '35 1 ,Aff R aff' McALI-IANY McBRIDE McCAIN, G. S. McCARTER MCCALL McCAIN, C. N. MCCARTHA McCLARY McCLELLAN McCORKLE McCLJLLOCH McDADE MCDANIEL McDONALD, C. E. McDONALD. C. A., JR. McDONALD, W. C. JOSEPH M. McCLELLAN Sardis, Ga. A.B. in Journalism Phi Epsilon Nu: "Gamecoclc" Statt: Track Team. ELIZABETH C. McCORKLE Yorlc, S. C. B.S. Alpha Dclta Pi, Treasurer: Euphrosynean Litcrary Society: Y. W. C. A.: Transfer From Queens College. JOHN ROBERT McClJLLOCH Gaffney, S. C. B. E Business Administration J: ll' Y ' Ti fl ii 1A ' CHARLES L. McD irq - Llnion, S. C. N517 A.B. Kappa Sigma, Secretarw gfi l .appag Cotillion Club. X 5 J... fag. t.:-:f 4- GARN -', ' ,' AJ 1950 In I' , 1, ' -1 JI, 7, ,ix 1 'Z' sa lt' 31 glial? ' 15- ""z'-'- WILLIAM A. MCDA i L Ninety Six, S. C. A.B. in Education Lambda Chi Alpha, Social Chairman: Freshman President: Canterbury Club: Cotillion Club. CHARLES E. McDONALD Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration COIT A. McDONALD, JR. Florence, S. C. B.S. Phi Mu Alpha, President: Band President: Manning Honorary Award in Geology: Rion Honorary Award in Mathematics. WALTER C. MCDONALD Seneca, S. C. A.B. in Journalism Senior C lass MARTHA McGEE Leesville, S. C. B.S. Meditrina: Transfer from Columbia College. CHARLES MCGlLL Columbia, S. C. B.S. International Relations Club, President, Vice-President, Treasurer: Public Atlairs Forum Committee, Chairman: "Y" Cabinet: Y. M.C.A.: Block "C" Club: Varsity Traclc Team: Intramural Football Winner. RICHARD H. MclNVAILL, JR. Hartsville, S. C. A.B. in Education Alpha Tau Omega, Secretary: Kappa Phi Kappa, Treasurer: Student Council: Glee Club. RAYMOND R. McKENZlE Kingstree, S. C. B.S. in Education Phi Kappa Sigma: Block "C" Club. President: Intramural Sports: Captain of Track Team: WSSF Executive Committee. ERVIN MCLENDON, JR. Hartsville, S. C. A.B. in Journalism Alpha Tau Omega. TIP G. MCLEOD Scranton, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering Men's lndependents, President: American lnstitute ol Electrical En- gineers: Traclc Team. JOHN E. McMlJRRAY Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering American Society ol Mechanical Engineers. JOHN C. MCPHERSON Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering American Society ol Civil Engineers: Epsilon Lambda Sigma. MCGEE McGlLL McLENDON McLEOD MclNVAlLL McKENZIE MCMURRAY McPHERSON MCRAINEY MACFIE MACKLEN MALLORY MARELLI MARSHALL MARTIN.J.I. MARTlN.J.M. DONALD D. MCRAINEY Lumberton, N. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering Phi Kappa Sigma: Band: American Society ol Civil Engineers. TOM MACFIE Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering Kappa Alpha: Senior Class President: N. R. O. T. C.: Epsilon Lambda Sigma: German Club: Cotillion Club. Vice-President: American Society of Mechanical Engineers. HEN RY MACKLEN, JR. Myrtle Beach, S. C. 1 B.S. Lambda Chi Alpha, Treasurer' Staff. 57' 'fffffl DONALD F. West Columbia, echanical Engineering American Society oi Epsilon Lambda Sigma. I . Ta' '9' ,, jf ::. 2 -'i' GARNET A rp LAcK 1950 l RICHARD A. MAREL , A ,f i Rockford, lll. B.S.' in Electrical Engineering Sigma Chi: Newman Club: American lnstitute of Electrical Engineers: l. R. E.: Clariosophic Literary Society: Epsilon Lambda Sigma: Orientation Teacher: Dean's Honor List: Freshman Football. T. KEITH MARSHALL, JR. Charleston, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Alpha Tau Omega, President: Cotillion Club: Transfer from College of Charleston. JAMES MAR-l-llxl Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha, President: lnterlraternity Council: German Club: University Players, President: Alpha Psi Omega: Carolina Corsairs: American Society of Civil Engineers, Secretary: Student Council. JAMES MELVIN MARTIN Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration fl Senior MARY JEAN MARTIN Easley, S. C. A.B. Alptia Delta Pi, Vice-President: Pan-Hellenic Council, Representative: Y. W. C. A. WALTER A. MARTIN Eutawville, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering Epsilon Lambda Sigma, Vice-Chairman: American lnstitute oi Electrical Engineering Vice-Ct1airman'l R E THOMAS MARTINEZ Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering American Society of Civil Engineers. JAMES R. MASON Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Kappa Alplwa: Art Editor of "Carolina Review": Garnet and Black, Art Editor: Y. M. C. A.. Treasurer: Editor oi "Y" Newsletter. Class CHARLES NEWTON Columbia, S. C. MAYEIELD B.S. in Business Administration Alptia Kappa Psi. JAN J. MEDER Greenville, S. C. A.B. JAMES C. MEETZE West Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Sigma Nu: N. R. O. T. C. Ensign: Compass and Chart: German Club. MELICUE M. METTS, JR. Cameron, S. C. B.S. Lambda Chi. MARTIN, M.J. MARTIN,W. A. MAYFIELD MEDER MARTINEZ MASON MEETZE METTS MILES MILEY MILLER MILLING MINICK MISKELLY MITCHELL MOLONY BENJAMIN C. MILES Mt. Croghan, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American Institute ol Electrical Engineers. L. JOHN MILEY Ashton, S. C. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering American Society ol Mechanical Engineers. VASCO T. MILLER, JR. .5 Columbia, S. C. ii' B.S. CHAPMAN J. MILLING , ' ,v Columbia, 5. c. A.B. Alpha Tau Omega. fir GARNET AN is A 'rtli CK 1950 lf' Qc, M i C U. II BILLY M. MINICK Batesburg, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration JAMES MISKELLY Yorlc, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration J. R. MITCHELL Leesville, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy JOSEPH A. MOLONY Charleston, S. C. A.B. in Journalism Phi Epsilon Nu' "The Gamecoclif' Statf, Reporter, Sports Editor, Editor-in-Chief: Y. M. C. A.: Newman Club: Co'Founcler, Charleston- Carolina Club. Senior FRANCES MQNCKTON Columbia, S. C. A.B. in Education Newman Club. ANN H. MOOD Columbia, S. C. A.B. in Education Chi Omega, Treasurer, President: Alpha Kappa Gamma, Scholarship Fund Chairman: "Carolina Review", Business Manager: Co-Ed As- sociation, Treasurer: Euphrosynean Literary Society: Winner ot Preston Honorary Scholarship in Education: Honor Board: Honor Council: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet: Garnet and Black, Business Statt: Pan-Hellenic Council. BETTY l'l. MOOD Columbia, S. C. A.B. in Education Chi Omega, Personnel Chairman, Secretary, Vice-President: Freshman "Y" Council, Treasurer: "Carolina Review", Business Manager: Alpha Kappa Gamma, President: Co-Ed Association, President, Treasurer: Euphrosynean Literary Society: W. A. A. Council: Winner of Preston Award in Education: Honor Board: Honor Council, Secretary: Garnet and Blaclr, Business Statt: Assistant Recording Secretary ot W. A. A. Class LEROY MOODY Darlington, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering American Society of Civil Engineers OLIN MOODY Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi. HENRY MOORE Columbia, S. C. B.S. Phi Kappa Sigma. JACK MOORE Laurens, S. C. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering American Society ot Mechanical Engineers, Senior Advisor, Executive Committee: Engineers Joint Council, Secretary. RALPH H. MOORE, JR. Florence, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration MONCKTON MOOD,A.H. MOODY, O. MOORE. H. MOOD, B. H. MOODY, L. MOORE,J. MOORE, R. H..JR. MOORE MORGAN MORGULIS MORRIS, E. M. MORRIS,W.M. MORRISON,B.H. MORRISON,J.D..JR. MUNN S. FRANCIS MOORE, JR. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American Institute ol Electrical Engineers, Chairman: Institute of Radio Engineers, Chairman: WUSC, Engineer. TI-IOMAS A. MORGAN Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering American Society ol Mechanical Engineers. ALLEN MORGULIS New Yorlc, N. Y. B.S. Phi Epsilon Pi: "GamecocIr" Business Staff: American Chemical Society: Band: Intramural Swimming Team. EUGENE M. MORRIS 1. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy , i American Pharmaceutical As ice President. .st 5 gb lavgff, fl .. ' Eg. 'ISP hilt, gvilhr, JD! . ag? l, gl if GARNE ACK 1950 Lrg q!:ji.iii 1, L- i A .il I ,ff WANDELL M. 'I' 'i S Norway, S. C. Ili "'f"' B.S. I BRUCE I-I. MORRISON I-Iartsville, S. C. B.S. J. D. MORRISON, JR. McBee, S. C. B.S. in Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Society. ALBERT R. MUNN Columbia, S. C. A.B. Sigma Chi: Member of Six Intramural Championship Teams: Member ol Varsity Basketball Team: Wrote Gamecoclr Fight Song: Booster Club: WUSC, Script Writer: "Carolina Review". Associate Editor, Editor: Blue Key, Alumni Secretary: Editor ol Blue Key Student Directory: Phi Epsilon Nu, Vice-President: Orientation Teacher: "The Gamecoclcu, Columnist. Senior Class MYRA MUSSER Clemson, S. C. A.B. W. A. A. ROBERT A. NANCE Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Society, President: American Chemical Society, President: Epsilon Lambda Sigma. FRANK S. NEEDHAM Columbia, S. C. B.S. TED NEELEY Denmark, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Kappa Alpha: Y. M. C. A., Sophomore Council, Assistant Treasurer, Vespers Committee: Cotillion Club: German Club: N. R. O. T. C. HAROLD M. NESBITT Old Fort, N. C. B.S. in Business Administration Alpha Kappa Psi. JAMES l-l. NEWBURY Brevard, N. C. A.B. in Journalism Sigma Chi, Associate Editor, Secretary: Phi Epsilon Nu, Program Chairman, President: Kappa Sigma Kappa: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Junior-Senior Council, "Y" Newsletter Editor: "Carolina Review", Statl Member. Poetry Editor, Managing Editor: Student Council: "Game- coclc" Statt, Sig Editor: Orientation Teacher: Member lntramural Championship Teams-Football, Swimming, Traclc. JIMMIE O. NEWTON Fort Mill, S. C. B.S. FRANK NOON Johnston, Penna. B.S. MUSSER NANCE NESBITT NEWBURY NEEDHAM NEELEY NEWTON NOON NORMAN NURNBERGER ODONOGHUE OGBURN O'NEAL OPPENHEIMER ORTMANN OSBORNE JAMES Ci. NORMAN Greenville, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering American Society ol Civil Engineers. STANLEY L. NURNBERGER North Augusta, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American Institute ot Electrical Engineers: Epsilon Lambda Sigma. RICHARD S. O'DONOGl-IUE Charlotte, N. C. B.S. in Business Administration Phi Kappa Sigma, Treasurer: Newman Club: Clariosophic Literary Society: Y. M. C. A.: Democrat Club. FRED OGBURN, JR. . Blaney, S. C. in Pharmacy Kershaw-Ca rolina Club. GARN WILLIAM v. I-Iarcleeville American Society ERIC OPPENHEIMER Columbia, S. C. A,B, Pi Lambda Phi, Secretary: International Relations Club, President: "Gamecoclc" Statt, Reporter, Columnist: Euphradian Literary Society, Treasurer: Phi Epsilon Nu, Treasurer: O. D. K. BETTY ORTMANN Columbia, S. C. A.B. in Education Delta Zeta, Treasurer: Student Council: Y. W. C. A.: I-lypatian Literary Society: Co-Ed Association: Christian Service Club. ROBERT C. OSBQRNE Orangeburg, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Kappa Alpha, Rush Chairman, Chairman Province Convention: N. R. O. T. C., Company Lt., Platoon Leader: Cotillion Club: German Club: Y. M. C. A., Assistant Chairman Deputation Team. x 5-as 183186 BETTY WOOD President of Aipiia Kappa Gamma F 3' 5 i GEORGE WRIGHT President of the Student Body Seniors JOHN MASON President of Omicron Delta Kappa rw BENNY GREER q 1 President of Kappa Sigma Kappa Senior Class FRENCH O'SHIELDS Gaffney, S. C. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Secretary: Westminster Fellowship, President: Student Council: Y. M. C. A. LOU OSWALD Columbia, S. C. Kappa Delta: Euphrosynean Literary Society, Trea JAMES B. OLITEN B.S. Alpha Kappa Psi. JOHN W. OLIZTS A.Bg Richburg, S. C. surer, Critic: Y. W, C. A., Treasurer: Senior Class Vice-President: Honor Board: President of W. A. A. EUGENE R. OTT Naval Base, S. C. BENNIE L. OLITEN Columbia, S. C. Phi Sigma Kappa. B. PATRICIA OWENS Columbia, S. C. Pi Kappa Delta. B.S. in Business Administration BASIL OWENSBY Gattney, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Chemical Engineering So Lambda Sigma. Kershaw, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration ty: A B.S. A.B. B.S. in Chemical Engineering merican Chemical Society: Epsilon ii 4 .asm 'ta , X OTT K Q I t i O'Si-IIELDS OSWALD OUTEN, J. B. OUZTS OWENS 86 OUTEN, B. L. OWENSBY Fa. 1 ' ' Q95 PACE PALM ER, T. A. PATTERSON PAUL ,,,f PALM ER, P PARKER PATTON PAULLING 87 MABLE PACE Charleston, S. C. A.B Chi Omega. Secretary: Euphrosynean Literary Society: Co-Ed Associa tion, Vice-President: Booster Club: Orientation Teacher. PAUL T. PALMER Wadmalaw Island, S. C. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon: American Society of Mechanical Engineers: Canterbury Club, President: Transler from Clemson College. THOMAS A. PALMER Abbeville, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering CN. Epsilon Lambda Sigma: T' 'can y5.'g:,, ,:i-A Ol rical Engineers. ' I X V 7' is -:.' -u Q NORMA i. PARKER A is Camden, S. C. A Xi W A Rs .i l li :ii X Hypatian Literary Soci lilly' l: Or ntatio C. A. iihj X:ii:,,,,. ill Xl. 147 ,.. , i.-- 5 .1 isgsx . G ET . A Chivas , it -si 201044 : X A v 'f' ' ' al jli' ' Q, i, f-l J 1 TT eff 'fgfllllffwai 515. ff ,Q-S i fi , on ' 2-A FRANK PAT "'l6i,ii,.Zif , JR. ' i Columbia, S. C. A.B. Y. M. C. A.: lnternational Relations Club. WESTE l-l. PATTON Spartanburg, S. C. B.S. Sigma Chi: Student Ottiliate American Psychological Association: Spartanburg-Carolina Club: "Gar'necoclc" Statt: "Carolina Review": Junior-Senior "Y" Council: Spanish Club: Young Democrats: Wesley Foundation: Cotillion Club. C. LESLIE PAUL Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering American Society of Civil Engineers: Carolina Veterans Association, President, Vice-President. META PAULLING Darlington, S. C. B.S. Westminster Fellowship: Garnet and Black Statl: Y. W. C. A.: Transfer from Queens College. Senior Class THERON l'l. PEACE ILA B. PETROSI Spartanburg, S. C. B.S. Paterson, N. J. A.B. MARY LEE PENDER WILLIAM E. PETTERsoIsI Williston, S. C. A.B. Richmond, Va- A.B. Freshman Y. W. C. A.: University Chorus: International Relations Club: Freshman Class Vice-President. WILLIAM B. PIKE J. V. PENDERGRASS Orangeburg, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Great Falls, S. C. A.B. Lambda Chi Alpha- RALPH E. PETIT DAVID G. PINOSKY Columbia, S. C. 5.5. Charleston, S. C. B.S. Alpha Epsilon Delta. I , Phi Epsilon Pig Alpha Epsilon Deltay I-lillel Society. PEACE FENDER PENDERGRASS PETIT PETROSI PETTERSON PIKE PINOSKY 88 PHILLIPS PLATT. A. C. PLATT. J. B. PLOWDEN PLUMER PLYLER POLSTON PORTER MORRIS W. PI-IILLIPS, JR. Dillon, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi. A. C. PLATT Myrtle Beach, S. C. B.S. Lambda Chi Alpha. JOHN B. PLATT Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Alpha Kappa Psi. GEORGE tiff-I: c DEN Columbia, S. C. B.S. Pi Kappa Phi, Treas ident: CotillLondClub, Vice-President: K Si ..l,sClb:E i LitrrSit: 5352: Y. im .3 a....:,.,. 62-fiiiii. my Y r'7'l Q .1 .hi I xi GAR -:I I D BLA 1950 Roy D. PLUME WS Cayce, S. C. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering American Society ol Mechanical Engineers. FRANCES KATHERINE PLYLER Batesburg, S. C. B.S. Alpha Delta Pi, Assistant Treasurer, Treasurer: Y. W. C. A.: Co-Ed Association: Euphrosynean Literary Society: Orientation Teacher. HAROLD E. POLSTON McColl, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American Institute ol Electrical Engineers: Epsilon Lambda Sigma. I-IAZEL M. PORTER Columbia, S. C. A.B. Kappa Delta: Euphrosynean Literary Society: Co-Ed Association: Y. W. C. A.: Athletic Association. Senior HENRY C. PORT-ER,III Columbia, S. C. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ROBERTS B. POSTON Hemingway, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American Institute of Electrical Engineering. JACK POTTER Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration VIVIAN POUND ' Cayce, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy American Pharmaceutical Association. PORTER POSTON PRATT PRESSLEY,A. C lass Greenville, S. C. B.S. Kappa Alpha. ANN PRESSLEY Columbia, S. C. A.B. Delta Delta Delta: "Y" Cabinet: Canterbury Club, Secretary. E. L. PRESSLEY Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration IRWIN PRICE Laurens, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Phi Epsilon Pi, Secretary. Treasurer: Euphradian Literary Society: Religious Emphasis Week Committee: Interfaith Council: Hillel Society. POTTER POUND PRESSLEY, E. L. PRICE 90 PROSSER PRUITT OUIMBY RAFFIELD RAGIN RAMSING RANDALL READY JAMES S. PROSSER Effingham, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American Institute of Electrical Engineers. D. C. PRLJITT Anderson, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering C. S. QUINBY Columbia, S. C. Sigma Nu. ii: ff BARBARA RAFEIELD riifi ,Af ' cf Ailcen, S. C. ni A.B. Pi Beta Phi, Corresponding Secretaryl Beli gffmicron, President and Vice-President: Alpha Kappa Gam Q.. rerg Glee Club, Secretary and Accompanist. ,SV .ii f ,FE A i fi GARNET - CK 1950 v' g L -T. ' JOHN C. RAGIN, JR. Columbia, S. C. B.S. Junior Y. M. C. A. PAUL RAMSING Strotlwer, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering CARL E. RANDALL Trenton, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi. LEWIS READY Graniteville, S. C. B.S. American Chemical Society. . . ,,., 4 Senior G lass DOROTHY RUTH REDMAN Cottageville, S. C. A.B. EUGENE A. REESE Ridgeland, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering American Society ol Civil Engineers FRED M. REESE, JR. Orlando, Fla. B.S. in Pharmacy "Y" Cabinet: Vespers Committee: American Pharmaceutical Associa- tion: Wesley Foundation, Council: Orientation Teacher: Kappa Sigma Kappa. J. E. REEVES Heath Springs, S. C. A.B. Phi Mu Alpha ISinlonial Music Fraternity: American Guild ol Organists: Glee Club. MARCIA D. RICHARDS Cope, S. C. A.B. Delta Zeta, Secretary: Delta Omicron, Treasurer: University Chorus: Pan-Hellenic Council: WUSC. Music Director, Announcer. ARTHUR WILLIAM RICHARDSON Mullins, S. C. B.S. Kappa Alpha: Cotillion Club: German Club. Assistant Treasurer' Westminster Fellowship. ROBERT LEE RICHARDSON Barnwell, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy Kappa Alpha. HENRY WOODROW RITTENBERG Branchville, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy B.S., The Citadel: American Pharmaceutical Association. REDMAN REESE, E. A. RICHARDS RICHARDSON,A. W. REESE, F. M.. JR. REEVES RICHARDSON, R. L. RITTENBERG ROBINSON, B. ROBINSON,W.I-I.,JR. RODRIGUE ROGERS, A. ROGERS, G. ROGERS, J. ROGERS, J. B. ROGERS, L. I-I. BOBBY ROBINSON Manning, S. C, B.S. in Pharmacy WILLIAM I-I. ROBINSON, JR. Asheville, N. C. B.S, in Business Administration ERNEST RODRIGLJE Florence, S. C. B.S. Pi Kappa Sigma. A 4: III If. ii 1Iv I ANN ROGERS W I CoIumbia, S. C. I P ' ' W7 B,S, Q14 Y -FAH-1 GARN g g i? 1950 4. 7' Ii :Fi GEORGE ROGERS Columbia, S. C. B,S, JACK ROGERS CoIumbia, S. C. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering American Society of Mechanical Engineers: Epsilon Lambda Sigma: Student Lab Assistant. JOE B. ROGERS CoIumbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration LEE I-ILJRST ROGERS Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration i I , 1 I M. D. ROLLINS Charleston, S. C. Y. M. C. A.: Spanish Club. RAYMOND ROSENBLUM Anderson, S. C. Phi Epsilon Pi: American Chemical Society: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Hillel Society. HARVEY ROSEN Columbia, S. C. Pi Lambda Phi. WALTER W. ROTH Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American lnstitute oi Electrical Engineers: I. R. E. Senior Class BETTY ROWELL A.B. in Education Columbia, S. C. 3.5. Delta Zeta: Hypatian Literary Society: Senior Y. W. C. A.: Wesley Foundation. BS BERNARD RLIBENSTEIN Elloree, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Euphradian Literary Society: Y. M. C. A., Cabinet: Cotillion Club. W. P. RUSSELL B.S. Bonneau, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American lnstitute oi Electrical Engineers. JAMES D. SANDERS Conway, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering . , . gg. If Eu 'Q is 0 is . .,s,., ROLLINS ROWELL ROSENBLUM ROSEN ROTI-l RUBENSTEIN RUSSELL SANDERS 94 American lnstitute oi Electrical Engineers: lnstitute of Radio Engineers. SANDERS. J. SANDERS, W. C. SANSBURY SAWYER SCHOFIELD SCI-IOOLER SCOGGINS SCOTT JLIDSON SANDERS Ridge Spring, S. C. B.S. WILLIAM C. SANDERS . Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Lutheran Student Association. President: Y. M. C. A.: Carolina Religious Council. CURTIS L. SANSBU RY Timmonsville, S. C. in Mechanical Engineering American Society of NIEFIR ineers. WILLIAM G. S WYER ,, . . , 1 , Ridge Spring, gi?" Administration lr -I 'si i, f 55. . -xg !., GARNET 5 0 BLACK 1950 ELLEN SCI-IOEIELD Youngstown, Ohio AB, Chi Omega: Euphrosynean Literary Society: Co-Ed Association: Y. W. C. A. ALFRED Georgetown, S. C. B,S, Block "C" Club, Secretary. JAMES B. SCOGGINS Columbia, S. C. B.S. Chemical Engineering Society. WILLIAM B. SCOTT Pamplico, S. C. H A.B. in Education "GamecocIc" Statti Radio Station WUSCq Pi Kappa Delta, Vice- Presidentg Euphradian Literary Society: Student Assistant, Extension Division. Senior Class ROBERT SELLERS E. D. SHEALY Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Columbia, S. C. B.S. WILLIAM FRED sHAcKELFoRD HELEN M. SHEALY Qolumbgal 5. Q. B.S. in Education Leesville, S. C. A.B. in Education MARY HEYWARD si-IAND BW'-'E E' SHELLEY Columbia S. C. B.S Mullins, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy Kappa Pi: Y. W. C. A.: University Players: Alpha Psi Omega: American Pharmaceutical Association' University Players Cup for Best Actress ol I949. WILEY Sl-IEORN, JR. O'NElL SHARPE Camden, S. C. B.S. Gaston, S. C. A.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Cotillion Club. SELLERS SHACKELFORD SHAND Sl-IARPE SHEALY. E. D. SHEALY. H. M. SHELLEY SHEORN 96 . SHERER SHERRILL SHORTER SHLILER SIMS SINGLETON SMITH,A. SMITH. F. H. FRANK SHERER Sharon, S. C. B.S. Band: Block "C" Club. HAROLD W. SHERRILL Hickory, N. C. B,S, Kappa Alpha: German Club. A. C. SHORTER i' .xr X. Manning, S. C. B .Ib Electrical Engineering American Institute of Electrical Your18 Democrats. X 2 Iai 4 I' E. BRUCE SHULER 4 FA Elloree, S. C. B,S, GARNET AN sv I CK 1950 , I -JAQLL' .,1-"' ix . xx' 'ti JAMES FARR SIMS, JR. ii' Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon: American Society ol Civil Engineers: Canterbury Club: German Club: Joint Engineer Council. MARVIN SINGLETON Washington, N. C. Pi Kappa Alpha: Alpha Kappa Psi. ALLEN SMITH Columbia, S. C. FRANCIS H. SMITH Dillon, S. C. American Pharmaceutical Association. B.S. in Business Administration B.S. B.S. in Pharmacy Senior Class FURMAN T. SMITH Bowman, S. C. B.S. Phi Sigma Kappa: lnterfraternity Council. JIM SMITH Spartanburg, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy llniversity Players: WUSC, Station Manager: American Pharmaceutical Association. JOE W. SMITH Spartanburg, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Phi Sigma Kappa: Band, President: Phi Mu Alpha, Vice-President. LECIL SMITH Walhalla, S. C. B.S. Sophomore Honor Roll. MENDEL SMITH Dillon, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Alpha Kappa Psi. SHERMAN SMITH Columbia, S. C. A.B. Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary: German Club: Y. M. C. A. WILLIAM A. SMITH Lumberton, N. C. A.B. Block "C" Club: Varsity Basketball: Band, Vice-President: Phi Mu Alpha: Independent Intramural Council. JAMES C. SINIELLGROVE Greenville, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American Institute ol Electrical Engineers. SMITH, F.T. SMlTH,J. SMlTH.M. SMlTH,S. SMITH,J.W. SMITH, L. SMITH. W. A. SNELLGROVE SOLOMONS,G.,JR. SOLOMONS, R.l-l. SORENSEN SPANIER SPENCER STACK STACY STEVENS GIFFORD SOLOMONS, JR. Estill, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy Sigma Chi: American Pharmaceutical Association. ROBERT l-l. SOLOMONS Estill, S. C. A.B. Sigma Chi, Vice-President: Kappa Sigma Kappa: Garnet and Black Statt, Make-up Editor: "Gamecoclf" Staff, Columnist: Vespers Com- mittee: "Carolina Review", Humor Editor, Associate Editor: Cheer- leader: lntramural Championship Football Team, Swimming, Track, Intramural Championship Team: Cotillion Club. A F. "ig av., HARRY soRENsEN Columbia, S. C. in Electrical Engineering American Institute of Elec L 1 il if JACK A. SPANIER .X Florence, S. C. K B.S. M. GARNET ' 'I-' CK 1950 .fl i 'I "2" GENE H. 'cy-viii 'Wifi' Greensboro, N. C. B.S. in Business Administration Pi Kappa Phi. GEORGE W. STACK St. Matthews, S. C. B.S. WILLIAM E. STACY Gatlney, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration E. ROBERTS STEVENS Leesville, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Y. W. C. A. Senior Class SALLY H. STEVENS Columbia, S. C. AB. Kappa Delta: Co-Ed Association, Treasurer: Euphrosynean Literary Society: Pan-Hellenic Council: Beaux Arts. J. T. STEWART Woodruff, S. C. B.S. Retailing Club. I-I. PAUL STODDARD Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy American Pharmaceutical Association, Secretary, Chairman, Member- ship Committee: Honor Board. DALTON R. STOKES Florence, S. C. A.B. RUTH STONE Columbia, S. C. A.B. Delta Delta Delta, Corresponding Secretary: Pan-Hellenic Council. Representative, Activities Chairman: Y. W. C. A., Interfaith Chairman, Cabinet: Delta Omicron, President, Historian: Arts and Science Repre- sentative: Student Council: Alpha Kappa Gamma: Euphrosynean Literary Society: Beaux Arts: May Court: Wesley Foundation: Pan- Hellenic Council, Treasurer: Carolina Religious Council, President: Transfer from Converse College. WILLIAM THOMAS STONE Belton, S. C. A.B. CLYDE P. STROM Graniteville, S. C. B.S. OLIVE LONG STROTHER Columbia, S. C. B.S. I STEVENS STEWART STONE, R. STONE, W. T. STODDARD STOKES STROM STROTHER STUCKEY SUMMERFORD SUMMERSETT, M. C. SWAIN SUMMER SUMMERSETT, B. K.. JR. SUTTLER SYKES HENRY C. STUCKEY Newburgh, N. Y. A.B. Phi Kappa Sigma: Y. M. C. A. I-IAL W. SUMMER Columbia, S. C. B,S, CURTIS K. SUMMEREORD, JR. Florence, S. C. AB, Phi Kappa Sigma. BEN K. SU Columbia, Administration Alpha Kappa 1950 MARY c. suMMERsErT Columbia, S. C. A,B, Zeta Tau Alpha, President: Kappa Pi, Secretary: Women's Athletic Association. PHILIP I.. SUT-I'I.ER, JR. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American Institute of Electrical Engineers: I. R. E. EVELYN SWAIN Spartanburg, S. C. A.B. JOI-IN R. SYKES Raleigh, N. C. B.S. in Education Kappa Sigma: Baseball: Block "C" Club. Senior Class JOI-IN SZAKACSI Fairport, Ohio A.B. in Education EUGENE D. TAYLOR Columbia, S. C. PATRICIA ANN TAYLOR Columbia, S. C. A.B. Kappa Delta, Edtor, Y W. C .: Co-Ed Association: Euphrosynean I ' . . A Literary Society. ROBERT l-I. TAYLOR Spartanburg, S. C. BS. Spartanburg-Carolina Club: Westminster Fellowship. EDWARD FRANCIS TEAGLIE Columbia, S. C. A.B. Phi Kappa Sigma, Pledgernaster, Vice-President, President: Kappa Sigma Kappa, Scribe: lnteriraternity Council: "Gamecoclc" Business Statlg Garnet and Black, Business Manager: Clariosophic Literary Society, Vice-President, President: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet and Council: Orientation Teacher: Westminster Fellowship: Student Council. WILLIAM O. TEASLEY Greenwood, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi. HARRY TEMPLE Florence, S. C. B.S. Pi Kappa Phi, Secretary: Boxing Team: Block "C" Club. ANITA MARGERY Tl-IEE Columbia, S. C. A,B, Chi Omega: Euphrosynean Literary Society: Y. W. C. A.: Co-Ed Association: Business Statt ol "Carolina Reviewu: Womens Athletic Association. SZAKACSI TAYLOR, E. D. TEAGUE TEASLEY f TAYLOR, P. A. TAYLOR, R. H. TEMPLE Tl-IEE THOMAS, G. W. THOMAS, R. C. THOMASON THOMPSON, R. E. THOMAS, J. E. THOMAS, W. E., JR. THOMPSON. E. E. THOMSON GEORGE W. THOMAS Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering Pi Kappa Phi: German Club: Epsilon Lambda Sigma: American Society of Civil Engineers: Swimming Team: Minor Block "C" Club. JOHN E. THOMAS Myrtle Beach, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Lambda Chi Alpha: Delta Sigma Pi. RUBEN C. THOMAS v Wagener, S. C. Y B.S. Compass and Chart rx. .5 3 Q! -.y ini: WILLIAM E. T o r Xi ,,' ,ii :Al 55x Spartanburg, lim-'i whh IAIA Xi Q B.S. ,H ,,.r "" ' iilliii X. ,fi 'A Y V Q XX Af NET ftimgwi J' o I ' S ,i :si X - 4 P 13 NESS: PERSHIN MA Nl . f f Duncan, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy American Pharmaceutical Association. ED F. THOM PSON Camden, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy Phi Kappa Sigma, Secretary and Treasurer: Westminster Fellowship, President: Guild Student Group, President: University Chorus: Y. M. C. A.: Cotillion Club. ROBERT E. THOMPSON Spartanburg, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Snartanburg-Carolina Club: Intramural Athletics: W e s t m i n ste r Fellowship. JAMES E. THOMSON Union, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering Pi Kappa Phi: American Society of Civil Engineers, Vice-President: Cotillion Club: German Club: Student Council: Y. M. C. A.: Joint Engineering Committee: Kappa Sigma Kappa. Senior Class ROBERT V. THOREN Elgin, lll. B.S. in Electrical Engineering Sigma Chi, President: American Institute ol Electrical Engineers: Kappa Sigma Kappa: Omicron Delta Kappa: University Golf Team, Captain: Epsilon Lambda Sigma: Cotillion Club. THOMAS H. THORNTON Camden, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration ROBERT J. TILLER Mayesville, S. C. B.S. in Education MARY HOYT TIMMERMAN Pelzer, S. C. B.S. Co-Ed Association: Y. W. C. A. MILTON HODGES TIMMERMAN Batesburg, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering Sigma Nu: German Club: American lnstitute of Electrical Engineers. GEORGE C. TODD Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Sigma Nu: Cotillion Club: German Club: Clariosophic Literary Society: Band. VIRGINIA MAXINE TODD Greenwood, S. C. B.S. Pi Beta Phi, Treasurer: Vespers Committee: Freshman Class, Secretary and Treasurer: Sophomore Class, Historian: WUSC, Secretary: Y. W. C. A.: Meditrina Society, Vice-President, Secretary: Co-Ed Association. HAROLD TOLLISON Easley, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi. THOREN THORNTON TIMMERMAN, MILTON H. TODD, G. C. TILLER TIMMERMAN, MARY H. TODD, V. M. TOLLISON TROTTER TROWBRIDGE TURBEVILLE, F..JR. TURBEVILLEW. L. TURKETTE TURNER, B. TURNER, C. F. TUTEN JOE M. TROTTER Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering Sigma Nu: American Society of Mechanical Engineers. JAMES N. TROWBRIDGE Aiken, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon: American Society of Civil Engineers. FRED TU RBEVILLE, JR. Columbia, S. C. in Bu' ess Administration Young Democrats, Treas -it WILLIAM LAWR 'I' ' RBEVILL Myrtle Beach, K Q C B.S. in Buiss Administration 4 ifll Lambda Chi Alpha. - .wiki r lf 3 4 'AJ GAR I D BLA 1950 W 'kim P. DESSA TURKETTE Columbia, S. C. AB. BLAlR TURNER Columbia, S. C. B.S. CHARLES F. TURNER North Augusta, S. C. B.S. Baptist Student Union, Vice-President: American Pharmaceutical As- sociation: Young Democrats Club. HERMAN R. TUTEN Varnville, S. C. B.S. Senior ROBERT HENRY TLITEN White Hall, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American Institute of Electrical Engineers FRANCES WARTH EN TLJTTLE Columbia, S. C. A.B. Kappa Delta: Y. W. C. A.: Sophomore Advisor, "Y" Council: Senior Class Historian: Euphrosynean Literary Society: Co-Ed Association: Garnet and Black, Organizations Editor: "Gamecoclc" Statt: Dean's List: Orientation Teacher: Alpha Kappa Gamma: Beaux Arts. RABE R. TYLER Fairfax, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi. CHARLES B. WALKER Columbia, S. C. B.S. Kappa Alpha. Class HOWARD E. WALL Mullins, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Phi Sigma Kappa. JAMES S. WALLACE Aiken, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration JOSEPH F. WALLACE Florence, S. C. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering American Society of Mechanical Engineers: Epsilon Lambda Sigma. J. W. WALTER Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy Phi Kappa Sigma: American Pharmaceutical Association. TLJTEN TUTTLE WALL WALLACE. J. S. TYLER WALKER WALLACE, J. F. WALTER 'WANNAMAKER,J. M. WANNAMAKER, P. W. WARD, B. P. WARD, C. WARD,J.M. WARD,J.A. WARDLAW WARNEKE JOI-IN M. WANNAMAKER Orangeburg, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Fellowship in Economics: Nominee tor Rhodes Scholarship. PATRICIA W. WANNAMAKER Columbia, S. C. A.B. Orientation Teacher. BENJAMIN P. WARD Chestertield, S. C. B.S. in Education Kappa Phi Kappa. CHEVES wmal il- .If Wi., .v, Ni IZIOVCHCC, in 'L' ft' Administration , E X X ell. f -ft GARN 1950 .,,M-,IN JAMES M. WARD Aynor, S. C. American Institute of Elec JOI-IN A. WARD Lake City, S. C. Pi Kappa Phu. A. L. WARDLAW, JR. Columbia, S. C. DS. in Electrical Engineering trical Engineers. B.S. in Business Administration B.S. in Business Administration Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Cotillion Club, President: Compass and Chart: Canterbury Club: German Club: Intramural Sports. I-IERMAN J. WARNEKE Ailsen, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Alpha Kappa Psi, Vice-President: Carovets Intramural Baseball and Football Teams. Senior Class BROOKS E. WARNER Leesville, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering American Society of Civil Engineers: Lutheran Student Association. l-IALLIE D. WARREN Rembert, S. C. A.B. Canterbury Club, Chairman Devotion Committee. WILLIAM R. WA-fKlNS Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration C. R. WATTS Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American institute of Electrical Engineers. ROBERT T. WEATHERLY Bennettsville, S. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American lnstitute of Electrical Engineers. JOANNE WEAVER Columbia, S. C. Delta Zeta: Delta Omicron: l-lypatian Literary Society: Y. W. C. A.: University Chorus: Alpha Kappa Gamma. HARVEY EUGENE WEBB, JR. Columbia, S. C. A.B. in Journalism Band: Clariosophic Literary Society: Dean's Honor List. MARGUERITE M. WEBB Columbia, S. C. A.B. Delta Zeta, Vice-President: Y. W. C. A.: "Gamecoclc", Exchange Editor: Garnet and Black Stati: l-lypatian Literary Society: Baptist Student Union. WARNER WARREN WEATHERLY WEAVER WATKINS WATTS WEBB, H. E., JR. WEBB, M. M. WEBB WEBSTER WEEKS WELLS, M. V. WELLS. R. O. WELSH WEINBERG WERNER SAMUEL M. WEBB, JR. Florence, S. C. B.S. CHARLES D. WEBSTER Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy American Pharmaceutical Association: Baptist Student Union. ROY WEEKS West Columbia, S. C. BWGL usiness Administration Delta Sigma Pi, l-lea mas Carolina Veterans. MARY VIRGINIA Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Nursing Euplirosynean Literary Socie , I N. 42 J d ter, rdeng 'J .J f i ' n Q,-,-.-zz? N. . F'-1. Y t o i .s-.na -- fl .- xi jg. .-5 'gy eu' l'tt " ,KT v ,pl x .In sf :'4o I-- x 5, Hs' al xl ft xx ' I I if 'ff sf - GARNE A , fi 1950 4. 1- ps: rr 1:- r, ii Q t lg? 72. 7' 5' wiv? 'Www- RALPI-l O. WELLS Monticello, Fla. B.S. in Electrical Engineering American lnstitute of Electrical Engineers. JAMES E. WELSH, JR. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Dclta Sigma P: MORTIMER M. WEINBERG, JR. Sumter, S. C. A.B. lFrestiman Lavvj ALFRED FRANCE WERNER Franklin Square, N. Y. B.S. in Clwemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Society: American Clicmical Society. SGFIIOT Class WILLIAM CLAUDE WEST, JR. WILLIAM W. WI-IITAKER Camden, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Williston, S. C. 3.5. malta sigma Ps. Y. M. C. A. LLICIE WI-IITESCARVER WILLIAM WALLACE WI-IARTON, JR. Crawford, N. J. A.B. Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Delta Delta Delta- Dalta Sigma Pi, President, vice-Pfaaadaaf, Junior Guida. ROBERT E. WI-IITESIDE CLARENCE pn WHISQNANT Lancaster, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering Rock Hill' S- C- BS- in Business Admlnisffafion '.2L,.i2:n.P.Egait3f.i.1.?OlasL'g.faT5'iC2v.3?Cist.i.:I.ELrA' E:2Q.'Lii.Lii Alpha Kappa Psi. ROY D. WIGGINS, JR. MARY L. WHITAKER Easley, S, C, BS, Williston, S. C. B.S. American Chemical saczafy. WEST WI-IARTON WI-IISONANT WI-IITAKER, M. L. WI-IITAKER,W. W. WI-IITESCARVER WI-IITESIDE WIGGINS IIO LAWRENCE E. WILDER Augusta, Ga. Kappa Phi Kappa, Physical Education DAVID A. WILLIAMS Rock I-Iill, S. C. EDWIN P WILLIAMS I-Iendersonville N C C Cot II on u GARN ET A I ff JAMES L WILLIA Q in , Columbia S. C. I HN American Sooety ot Ci 'L 'i"Wii, E?:.:l' N B.S. Major-Minor Club. BS. B.S. 49 Civil Engineering "iff '- 'Lambda Sigma. LACK 1950 Yorlc County-Carolina Club, Secretary: University Chorus. U , . . Sigma hi, i i CI b. of J, 9 J l.l'- .zu- ' I ,'oC:?,:5gL'f' ?q:5'2 '-I ri- " ' 'CWA' ' ' ' A ll' 'Q nf F i iw ee -N X lr 1 is 1 f fi. .a I 1 E ' -rn JOSEPH RAY WILLIA Great Falls, S. C. Phi Kappa Sigma. LELAND I-I. WILLIAMS Columbia, S. C. Baptist Student Union, Vice-President: and Sophomore: Interfaith Council. LOREN WILLIAMS, JR. Columbia, S. C. Baptist Student Union. ELMER I-I. WILLIAMSON Greenville, S. C. WILDER WILLIAMS, D.A. WILLIAMS, E. P. WILLIAMS,J,L. WILLIAMS,J.R. WILLIAMS. L.l-I. WILLIAMS, L., JR. WILLIAMSON nun- . B.S. in Pharmacy B.S. Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Ereshman B.S. B.S. in Civil Engineering American Society oi Civil Engineers, President, Epsilon Lambda Sigma. Senior CIass I-I. OLIVER WILLIAMSON WILLIAM S. WILLIS Kingstree, S. C. B.S. in Pharmacy CharIeston, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Sigma Chip American Pharmaceutical Association, Vice-President: Deita Sigma Pi. WesIey Foundation: Orientation Instructor: Y. M. C. A. JESSE M. WILSON, JR. GEORGE K. WILLIS Q . Fountain Inn, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering Kmgstree' S' C' BS' In Pharmacy American Pharmaceutical Association. American Society of Civil Engineers. MHARD D. WMS LAURENCE o. Watson Fountain Inn, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering Commbiaf S' C' AB' American Society of Civil Engineers. Y' M' C' A' WALTON J. ELLIS WILLIAM J. WILSON Johnsonville, S. C. A.B, Williamston, S. C. B.S. I WILLIAMSON WILLIS, G. K. WILLIS, R. D. WILLIS, W. J. WILLIS,W.S. WILSON,J.M.,JR. WILSON. L. G. WILSON,W.J. II2 B.. WINESETT WINN WINTER WITHINGTON WOLFE WRENN WRIGHT. A. M., JR. WRIGHT. G. B. DAN WINESETT, JR. Dillon, S. C. BS. in Business Administration Pi Kappa Alpha: Alpha Kappa Psi: Student Council. RALPH M. WINN, JR. Plum Branch, S. C. B.S. in Business Administration Delta Sigma Pa, Junior warden. C. V. WINTER Charleston, S. C. B.S. Pi Kappa Phi. K Lia gf -as MARioN wimiuotoiyi 5,15 Greenville, S. C. ,ii if f"' w A.B. Qlpha Delta P.. schoiafship f , ucomponaangl secretary. uphrosynean Literary Societ . e-,ir szdent: University Chorus. Spanish Club: Orientation Te ch xr. ix 'X ' B - '3 GARNET M : ACK 1950 V I W. 0 , M- RUSSEL M. WOLFE Charleston, S. C. HAROLD WRENN Columbia, S. C. American Society of Civil Engineers, Vice-President. B.S. in Civil Engineering ALBERT M. WRIGHT, JR. Union, S. C. A.B. GEORGE B. WRIGHT Baimbridge, Ga. B.S. Kappa Sigma Kappa: Blue Key: Block "C" Club: Y. M. C. A., Secretary: President of Student Body. Senior Class Columbia, S. C. B,S. in Electrical Engineering Florence, S. C. A.B. ancl LLB. Law School, Sergeant-at-Arms, l-lonor Council, Wig and Robe. CHARLES J. WYLIE Charlotte, N. C. B.S. in Electrical Engineering EARL R ZEIGLER American lnstitute ol Electrical Engineers Phi Sigma Kappa. BRANAN l. YARBOROUCSH Columbia, S. C. B.S. in Civil Engineering JAMES C. VAUGHAN Pi Kappa Phi, Treasurer: American Society of Civil Engineers: Univer- , , , M . . . sary one Club: Y. M. c. A.: Lutheran student Association. Greenville.. S. C. Bb. in Livil Engineering WRIGHT WYLIE YARBOROUGH, B. l. YARBOROUGH'.J.O. ZEIGLER VAUGHAN ll4 Freshman Class President: Student Council: Athletic Ticket Committee: Columbia, S. C. B.S. N... 'xv- Senior Graduates MIRIAM ADAMS Greenwood, S. C. XXXILLIAM M. BARR Leesville, S. C. BENJAMIN E. BOODIE Charleston, S. C. ROSCOE J. BREAZEALE Liberty, S. C. EDWARD COLEMAN Florence, S. C. LOUIS E. CONDON Charleston, S. C. JAMES THOMAS DALLAS Columbia, S. C. PAUL GUERRY St. Charles, S. C. JOHN M. HARDEN Winnsboro, S. C. RICHARD T. HARDY Savannah, Ga. II6 TALLEY E. KELLEY Columbia, S. C. MARJORIE MCCORKLE York, S. C. PETE MANOS Greenville, S. C. LEWIS C. PEARSON Fountain Inn, S. C. JESSE C. OUATTLEBAUM Saluda, S. C. MARGARET R. SANDERS Social Abbeville, S. C. C. L. SHEALY Lexington, S. C. WOODEIN E. Sl-IULER Columbia, S. C. W. W. THAMES Marion, S. C. JAMES MARSHALL UPTON Columbia, S. C. ADAMS BARR BOODIE BREAZEALE COLEMAN CONDON DALLAS GUERRY HARDEN HARDY KELLY MQCORKLE MANOS PEARSON OUATTLEBAUM SANDERS SHEALY SHULER THAMES UPTON M.S. M.A. M.A. M.S. M.S. Work M.A. M.S. M.S. A.B. Able, Edward G., Jr. Acree, Frank Deu Aimar, Charles S. Alcorn, Maurice L., Jr Allen, Julian B. Allison, Edith G. Anasti, Albert A. Anderson, Bert N. Arrants, Willard D. Atkinson, Matthew J. Bailey, Augusta Barnett, Joe P., Jr. Barwick, Washinton Bouknight, Holmes L. Beckham, Francis M. Belissary, John R. Bell, John Shields Bernanke, Mortimer H. Bird, Angus E. Bjorn, Ahlin Blackmon, Joseph J. Blalock, Joseph D. Bollin, Alex W. Bradham, John W. Brady, Geraldine Brett, Walter C. Brookshire, Elizabeth C Brown, Arnold Eugene Bruce, Ezra W. Brunson, Nancy O. Brunson, Ralph H. Bruorton, Earl R. Buist, Jean E. Burns, Ward R. Cameron, Alice L. Capps, Jack D. Chakides, John H. Chavous, Charles D. Christopher, Samuel Clardy, Aleck C. Clarke, Martha Anne Clinkscales, Charles Cotfey, Edward John Coleman, Charles S. Collins, David H. Cooke, Annie Jane Corontzes, Arthur N. Coyle, Bernard M. Craig, William D., Jr. Crawford, Neal B. Cromer, Marion P. Crow, Albert B. Davis, Ira K. Davis, William Gene Dellinger, Catherine Deu, Edward Clement Dickson, Norwood H. Dimery, Lee C. Dockery, Robert D. Dreher, Holmes C. Dreher, Thad W., Jr. Duttenhofer, John W. Eagar. Stevens C. Edens, Ferrell M. Edwards, John Hyatt Edwards, Robert D. Emrie, Norton S., Jr. Esdorn, Glennie E., Jr. Felkel, Laurence W. Fennell, Ava C., Jr. Finch, Raymond R., Jr Fleming, Bruce V. Fletcher, Oren S. Foster, Paul B., Jr. Fowler. Forrest H. Fox, William P. Fulmer, McRaney, Jr. Gaillard, Walter Lee Gaines, Robert L. Gambrell, Rayford D. Gambrell, William C. Garnett, Stanford T. Geilfuss, Frances J. Gibert, Albert P. Gillam, Arthur C., Jr. Gillespie, Robert R. Gilliam, Claude G., Jr. Gilmore, Lamar M. Glen, Arthur L. Godbold, Eugene J. Godwin, Milton R. Gordin, David Gourdin, Peter G. Grainger, Hal W. Gray, James A. Gregory, William L. Gritfin, Edward A. Gritfin, James F. Grittin, Joseph Larry Grindley, John Haltiwanger, George E. Harden, Robert A. Hare, Marion D. Hare, Robert E. Hartley, Phillip W. Hayden, Augustus H. Heaton, Pinckney, Jr. Hendley, Samuel M. Herlong, Ethel Elizabeth Hicks, Marvin Henry Hiller, Frederick R. Hilton, Ernest C., Jr. Hinson, James F. Hinton, Chester A. Hipos, Beattie H. Hotfler, Noah C. ,Jr. Holladay, Carroll G. Holladay, John W. Holland, John S. Hwell, Alice J. Hull, Elinor Hulme, Robert M. Hunt Rexford H., Jr. Hunter, Joseph E., Jr. Hutchinson, Roland E. Jackson, Edward M. Jackson, Mareen D., Jr. Jeter, Edwin R. Johnson, Darrell T. Johnson, Hammie M., Jr Johnson, John M. Johnston, Chester W. Keenan, Margaret J. Kilgo, Benjamin L., Jr. King, Robert P. Knight, Edward Bert Knowles. Talmage C. Knowlton, Benjamin A. Lackland. Thomas C. Land, Jake G. Lane, Peter E. Lanford, Wade E. Laning. Virginia Latimer, Hewlett W. Leitzsey, Claude L. Leitzsey, Jacob Earl Lewis, Simon S.. Jr. Light, John L. Lindsay. Nicholas C. Lovingood, Maureen Loyd, James D., Jr. Lumb, William M. Lynch, William C., Jr. McCall, William Harvey McCalley, Joseph C. McClam, Charles K. McCoy, Alfred McDonald, Walbern McDuggie, Julian D. McEntire, Walter Lee McKenzie, Paul McKissick, James F. McLain, Robert S. McLane, Hailey l. McLendon, Walser C. McMillan, William Gooding McPherson, Jane B. Mabry, James R. Mallard, Jack Buran Marchette, Louis D. Martin, James C. Martin, Robert A. Massetti, Dominic Matthews, Odell A. Mayer, Rosalyn Mayes, James R. Melton, Earl L. Melton, Kirby Eugene Middleton. William G. Miller, Byron K. Miller, Leon J. Morgan, Jack T. Morris, Joseph J. Morrow, Corrie R. Moseley, Omar H., Jr. Moss, Roddey B. Mosteller, William H. Mungo, Michael J. Murphy, John George Nettles, Hendrix Newell, Harry E. Newman, Jack W. Newman, Troy C. Nichols, Thomas C. Norton, Charles W., Jr. Oleary, Myrtle E. Osvorne, Henry D. Parker, Brooks M. Parker, Marion Peeples, Sara Marie Perry, Fitzhugh Lee Pinderton, James W. Plaxco, Charles C. Plowden, Henry H., Jr. Poole, Francis H. Power, Helen P. Powers. Charles E., Jr. Powers, William H. Powers, William J. Powers, Willie L., Jr. Price, Allie Gordon Price, Mahlon G. Price Thomas E. Price William T. Prim, Gene C. Ram Cecil Casper Rest Samuel Mark Reddick, Donald M. Reeves, Percy G., Jr. Rhame, Harry B., Jr. Rhett, Vickers S. Rhodes, William D., Jr. Rice, Alma Rice, Neil Edward Rickborn, Dorsett R. Ridlehoover, Jack P. Riley, Lartique Riley, Oscar L. Roberson, Bobby M. Roberts, Walter J., Jr, Robertson, Evermae B. Roddey, Thomas T., Jr. Rodgers, Oscar J. Rogers. James E. lll Roof, Hubert Leon Roof, William Y. Ross, Daniel l. Rutledge, William D. Ryan, Cornelius M. Sallman, John Barnes Sample, George A. Sanders, Carl B., Jr. Sanders, W. Cecil Satterwhite, lrvin M. Saxon, Frances S. Saxon, James H. Saye. Roy Paul Scott, John Riser Seller, Charles J. Shaw, Harold Ellis Shaw, Sue Marie Shealy, Annie E. Shealy, Mary H. Sheppard, James O., Jr. Shown, James E., Jr. Shultman, Simon L.. Jr. Simpson, Julie S. Singleton, Jesse M. Sloan, Arthur Bert Sloan, Samuel Joseph Smith, William Austin Solomons, William G. Sowell, Luther, Jr. Spears, James M. Sprouse, Fred Spyropoulous, George Stahl, Jack Edward Stanford, Billie P. Stokes, Albert B. Strickland, Mildred Strom, Lawrence S. Stroud, Jennings H. Swain, Kenneth E. Taggart, Leroy L. Teague, Margaret A. Teel, John Teyssier, Eleanor R. Thames, Worth W. Thomason, Charles Y. Tindal, Furman B. Tinsley, William Ashomore Todd, James S. Trotter, Henry E. Turner, Edna Earle Turner, Johnny M. Turner, Rembert B. Vanuch, Samuel James Vaughan, James C. Vella, Pasquale J. Walker, Hugh G., Jr. Vfalsh, Edward P., Jr. YVannamaker, Mrs. J. M. Watson, Jesse B., Jr. Weatherford, Oliver Wessel, George F. West, Neil Dou Whalen, John R.. Jr. Whitten, James E. Wiles, Ransom Williams, Thomas E. Wingard, Robert L. Woners, Paul, Jr. Woolbright, Cecil P. Yates, Margorie L. Young, Joyce B. Seniors Whose Pictures are not in Book WE, the Juniors, having passed the hallway point in our college days, have become more serious and begin to consider what we shall do in this big wide world alter graduating. There is a noticeable decrease ol veterans in our classes and a very encouraging increase in school spirit. The campus continues to buzz with romances, politics, parties, and complaints ol hour quizzes. Our junior class has many students who have been outstanding on our campus as scholars, leaders, and worlcers. These all go to malce another page in our history with all its past greats and traditions. When the annual political rally came around in the spring oi l949, Joe Stringer was elected President ol our class with Chandler Josey, Vice-President, Buddy Hen- drilc, Secretary-Treasurer, and John Buice, His- torian. We have had another very successful class year with these men as our leaders. JOE STRINGER President Junior Cfass Qfzqcers BUDDY HENDRIK Secretary-Treasurer CHANDLER JOSEY Vice-President JOHN BUICE Historian 'Sr QI I Agn .E . WILLIAM ABERNATHY ..... CAROLYN ALCORN ..,., LEVY S. ALFORD ,...... JEAN ANDERSON ......, WALKER ANDERSON ...., Junior Class Nine Spartanburg, S . Columbia, S .Rock HiII, S . Columbia, S . .HartsviIIe, S LESTER M. ATKINSON .... .. ,GresI1am, S JANE BAILEY .......... .SpringtieId,S JERRY D. BAILEY .,.., .. Canaclys, S VIVIAN BAILEY .........,.. .... A ugusta,G THOMAS MALON BALLEW .........,... Inrnan,S GORDON H. BANE .....,....... HendersonviIIe,N JESSE R. BARDIN, JR. .,..., .... . EIIoree,S WILLIAM E. BARRETT ....... Georgetown,S RALPH O. BATES .......,.,.. .Naval Base,S WILLIAM H. BAXLEY, JR ...,. .... D arIington,S W. G. BEASLEY, III ..,...... .... C olumbia, S WILLIAM A. BECKHAM .... .... C oIumbia,S HARRY M. BELK ..,.,... .....,.. L ancaster, S JAMES L. BERRY ,..................,,... AiIcen,S RALPH BIGELOW ....,......,. NortI'1 CIwarIeston,S RICHARD RANDOLPH BLENCOWE ..,. CoIumbia,S CHARLES L. BOOTH .... , , Rock Mount . . ,,... y , SAM W. BOWERS ,.,.......,.... Heath Springs,S R. P. BOYLSTON, JR. .... . , SARA BRASWELL ........... JOHN C. BRECKENRIDGE ..... WILLIAM M. BRICE, JR. . ... LEE E. BRINKLEY, JR. . ... WALTER F. BROOM ..,. C. W. BROWN, JR. ,...,... .. DONALD P. BROWN ,..,..... DOROTHY DIJVAL BROWN.. HENRY Docxnw BROWN, IIII ff .ff CHARLES M. BUDDIN .....,., JOHN B. BUICE .............. HENRY D. BULL, JR. .... .. N Springtielcl, S .....MarsI1viIIe, N . . . Columbia, S .......YorIc,S ... .CoIumbia, S .Winnsboro, S .. .EIorence, S . . . . . .CI1estertieIcI, S .....NorIoIIc, Va S . .Roclc Hill, . .TurbeviIIe, S . .AncIerson, S Georgetown, S CORNELIA ANN BLIRNETT. .,........, Columbia, S WILLIAM A. BIJRRELL ....... CAROLYN BUSBEE .,...,.. .. EDWARD BYERS ......,.... ELIZABETH CALDWELL ,.,.. MICHAEL L. CALLAHAN .,.. MARGARET CANNON ....... Spartanburg, S .. .West Columbia, S ........CoIumbia,S ,.....CoIumbia, S . . Syracuse, N . . . .HartsviIIe, S MARY ANNE CAPPELMANN .... ..., C olumbia S JOSEPH C. CAPRA ......,.... GEORGE W. CARSON .,... JOHN F. CAUTHEN ...,, ROGER CHANDLER .,..... BARNWELL R. CHAPLIN .... NANCY CLARK. . ...... . . JACKIE CLINE .......,.. HERBERT COHEN ........ JAMES A. COLEMAN .....,. WILLIAM A. COLEMAN .,... . ..,. Olean, , .Lone Star, S . ,. .Anderson, S . Sunapee, N . Charleston, S .,. Columbia, S ,.GreenviIIe, S ....,..AiI4en,S . ...,... Saluda, S Spartanburg, S 'N teen l:il:ty . F- , V, Q.. ti ,Q ,,ri'Q,M"i X . 3, 13 Q ni 5 . ll I f Q gvimm l .L an if Yi y f 'gl ' GARNET AND BLACK 1950 1 ii' 5' L f . 'Q-. 1 Q QR? 5 l2I Abernathy Alcorn Alford Anderson. J. Anderson, W. Atkinson Bailey, J. Bailey, J. D. Bailey, V. Ballew Bane Ba rdin Barrett Bates Baxley Beasley Beckham Belk Berry Bigelow Blencowe Booth Bowers Boylston Braswell Breckenridge Brice Brinkley Broome Brown, C. W. Brown, D. P. Brown, D. Brown, l"'l. D. Buddin Buice Bull Burnett Burrell Busbee Byers Caldwell Callahan Cannon Cappelmann Capra Carson Cautlnen Chandler Cliaplin Clark Cline Cohen Coleman, J. A. Coleman, W. A QQ.. C L C- if C3 c D VQV Rr, 1 f I ix x bfi' D . . ,, e .vm 'TE S1ij, Ti3 'N' 'x MX , N 5, 3 Q 39 I , f If lg FRANCES COLLIER ..... JOHN K. COLONNA .... PAT CONDER .......... MRS. GRACE S. COOK A...., LUCIUS COOKE ....A.A....,.. DONALD M. COVINGTON ..... JAMES L. CREECH .,..... Junior Class Nine . . . .Myrtle Beacli, S. C .........Painter,Va S C . . . Columbia, . .,..Colurnbia, S. C ........EstiIl,S.C ... .Rock Hill, S. C .. Blackville, S. C S C Y KENNETH E. cREEL, JR. . fffuemmgwsy, . JOHN ELLIOTT CRICHTON .... JACK C. CROFT ......... PAULINE CROWLEY ..... CAROLYN DABBS ......... HERMAN M. DAVIDSON .... E. H. DAVIS ................,.. ROBERT GREEN DAVIS, JR. . .. .. KENNETH DEAN .. ....,.... .. LEON DENNIS ........... MARY E. DENNY ,... BARBARA DERRICK ,..,. GEORGE L. DIAL, III .,.. .. ROBERT L. DIETER ..,...,.. SARAH LLOYD DIXSON ..... WILLIAM DOMINEY ...... ALBERT JOHN DOOLEY ..... RUPERT E. DREWS ,....... ROWENA G. DUBOSE. ., ... JUDY DUBOSE DUNCAN .... LARRY DUNCAN .,.,,...... RICHARD M. DUNHAM.. .... .New York, N. . ........ Columbia, . S C West Columbia, S. C .....Mayesville, S. C .....Greenville, S. C . . Timmonsville, S. C ...Wilmington, N. C . .MecIianicsburg, Pa ......Manning, S. C . . , Columbia, S. C . . . Columbia, S. C . . . Columbia, S. C ... .Atlanta, Ga ......Mullins,S. C . . . Columbia, S. C . .. Lexington, S. C . . . Charleston, S. C ....Colurnbia, S. C S C . .... Alcolu, . .......Easley,S.C Jacksonville Fla C PHILIP EUGENE DUSENBURYICI.i.'.i.i.i. f . .Conway,lS. REGINALD EDWARD DUSENBURY ..... .canWEy,s. CHARLES W. EADDY. . . .. HERMAN ECKHOFF ....... RICHARD W. EDENS ..... KEITH EDWARDS ..... BETTY ELLIOTT ......... DOROTHY ANN ELSNER. .. CHARLES F. EMMONS JR. . MARGARET ANN EVERTONi.i.'.'.' JEANNINE FAIR ........... RUDOLPH FARMER, JR .... ALFRED FISHER ....,..,... JAMES E. FISHER ,........ SIDNEY THOMAS FLOYD ..... ROBERT L. FOGLE ......... FRANCES E. FRAZIER .... GEORGE FREEMAN .,... JAMES H. FREEMAN .... REN FREW ............. ALICE SUE FULMER ....... McRANEY FULMER ...., . BRAINARD W. GIBSON, JR. CHARLES N. GILES ........ ALFRED E. GILL ......,... .. Timmonsville, . . .... Swansea, . C C ............Cl'iester, .C C C C S S . . Bennettsville, S. S . .. .Pinewoocl, S. ...Spartanburg, S. C ,N. Hackensack, N. J ...... Barnwell, S. C .. ...... Gastonia, N. C .....State Park, S. C .....Tucapau, S. C .... Franklin, Va .....Conway, S. C . . . Columbia, S. C .... .Winnsboro, . S C .. .Timn'1onsville, S. C ...Society Hill, S. C . . . . . Columbia, S. C .. , . Springtielcl, S. C .... .Williston, S. C . ...New Zion, S. C ....Gastonia, N. C ....RicJgeIand, S. C I T1 W x 'E teen lzirfty X, 1 R X in Vx R. A. ,Q e It Ai ,C 1 . yi 3 i if Eg ff' - . E W 4 R GARNET AND BLACK 1950 3 Collier Colonna Conder Cook Cooke Covington Creech Creel Crichton Croft Crowley Dabbs Davidson Davis, E. H. Davis, R. G. Dean Dennis Denny Derrick Dial Dieter Dixson Dominey Dooley Drews Dubose Duncan. J. D. Duncan, L. Dunlwarn Dusenbury, P. E. Dusenbury, R. E Eaddy Eclrhoil Edens Edwards Elliott Elsner Emmons Everton Fair Farmer Fisl1er,A. Fisher, J. E. Floyd Fogle Frazier Freeman, G. Freeman, J. H. Frew Fulrner, A. S. Fulrner, M. R. Gibson Giles Gill N irrig- O U .I fini' I XJ' I - ' . L' N A ll Q I f N. K , Fyll .."r4'x 'Q qffffst x. . 2"-gg., Q ,JiIi'..1' F575-alfa . I- ' -rf ' -1 fig 'I f V I I, ,f, sf' s,'. ,I 15.1. . Q., ,',- f '.- 1 I 1, M I- 1 ' 1 s :, 1, C ' 4 'A lt' , ' 1, 'J 1 ' :JT I 1' - . 3- :If '1 :li If 'I' . I, I x . I I -: 'P 1' D' Wiwf ,,. ,kim ,- - .Mg 'nv,.,,.., X J7 PW LI. ' ..,."' ' RUTH D. GILLIS . .. JULIA B. GLENN A.,A..., . TERRELL L. GLENN ....A...,. WILLIAM J. GOLDSMITH .,., ANNE GOODWIN ...,..... JACK C. GRANGER ,I.... HUGH A. GRAY ...... ROBERT L. GREGORY .... SHIRLEY GRIMES ...... ANN GROSS ........ DENISE GUERIN ....... LEWIS D. HAIGLER .... WILLIAM E. HALEY ......,...,., GLORIA HALL ................. JOSEPH J. HALTIWANGER, FRANK E. HARLING .,., JULIAN KARR HARPER. ' ff. MARTHA L. HARRELSON .... W. A. HARRELSON,JR ..,,. HELEN E. HARRISON ...... GERALDINE HARTMAN .... O. E. HATCHER, JR. . .. .. HARRY H. HEARD ....... PEGGY HEDRICK .......,. CHARLES DICKEY HELMS ,..,.... Junior Class Nine .Woollorcl,Md. C . . , .Winnsboro, S. .. Chester, S. .Greenville, S. Columbia, S. ....Lamar, S. . .Pomaria, S. C C C .Greenville, S. C C C C , .Blackville, S. ..Barnwell, S. C .Melbourne, Fla C .. .. .Kingstree, S. Winston-Salem, N. C . .... Columbia, S. C . . . . Columbia, S. C .Graniteville, S. C C C . . , .Clover, S. . . . .Tabor City, N. .Loris,S.C C ...Trenton, S. .......Rome,Ga ...Columbia S. C . . . Florence, . . . Columbia, . A. O. HENDRICK .,............... Myrtle Beach, . GORDON MARSHALL HERNDON ..,.. Columbia, . IRENE HERTY ....,..,........,. JAMES A. HICKS .........,..... WILLIAM R. HILL .....,........, WALLACE POWELL HINNANT. .. JAMES M. HINSON ,,..... CREGG HITOPOULOS ..... JOHN H. HOLLADAY, JR. . RANDOLPH W. HOPE ..... JAMES J. HORTON ...... MLJRRY K. HUGHES ...... JOSEPH M. HLISBANDS. .. Romun E. Hurcnlusomi Q1 f THOMAS M. INABINET. ,. EDGAR JACKSON .,..,.... JOAN JAMES ..........., JACK JENKINS .,......... RHODA JANE JOHNSON. ROBERT E. JOHNSON .,... HELEN JONES ......... ROBERT EARL JONES. .. CHANDLER JOSEY ........ BARBARA JLIDY .,,......, SIDNEY ROBERT JUMPER.. Mmavis J. KEELS ......... H EARL E. KERP .........,. ADRON KING ,..., JAMES KIRVEN .... S C S C . .... Columbia,S.C S C S C . . . . Columbia, . ., flimmonsville, . . . . . . Florence, . Ridgeway, . Charleston, . . .... . Sumter, . .Rock Hill, . SC SC SC SC .Lancaster,S.C SC SC SC SC .l'leatl1 Springs, . ......Lamar,S.C ... Columbia, S. C . . . . Columbia, S. C ,. ,Orangeburg, S. C . . . , .Roclc Hill, S. C . . . . Columbia, S. C .. Bennettsville, S. C . , . , Columbia, S. C . . . Columbia, S. C .....Batesburg, S. C ....CoIumbia, S. C .. .Anderson, S. C . , . Columbia, S. C ......Swansea, S. C .. .Timmonsville, S. C ...,...Peru,lll Cliarleston, S. C Darlington, S. C teen lziicty 23 di 53,4 5' xi , 1. Q 4? 3 ,e iw IQ' R 4 .,,., rg., J ky, y I . l s. sr K E .sg GARNET AND BLACK 1950 y ., . W. . .. Gillis Glenn, J. B. Glenn, T. L Goldsmith Goodwin Granger Gray Gregory Grimes Gross Guerin Haigler Haley Hall Haltiwanger Harling Harper Harrelson, M.L Harrelson, W. A Harrison Hartman Hatcher Heard Hedrick Helms Hendrick Herndon Herty Hicks Hill Hinnanf Hinson Hitopoulos Holladay Hope Horton Hughes Husbands Hutchinson lnabinet Jackson James Jenkins Johnson, R. Johnson, R. Jones, H. Jones, R. E. Josey Judy Jumper Keels Kerp King Kirven J. E. fff, .-.2 15- 8 ,n 'uv' :Er JJ , In A QJ5. 0 '71 " H 91 -.,.-. mf.--, . I.--gafffgf Q rE':',ig.'Q-1:- .-giigd .it , -:H 5 f' -' y 'xx yr Z' ,V si Q nf A Ni. K '9 1 ' l lr - '5 I X .- . .3 I 111:500- Junror CIass Nine RUTHE KLECKLEY ....,.....,.,. West Columbia, S. S ROBERT C. KNOX ........,............ Laurens, . NICHOLAS KOLUCH ,A..,.,.. ... . . .Jersey City, N. S FRANCES ELIZABETH LaBORDE ..,..,,. Columbia, . DERWIN TAYLOR LAMB .....,.. E. WILLIAM LANGSTON ,,.. KENNETH I. LAURENS ....., LAWRENCE C. LEAGUE ..... JANE BLAIR LEVER ...,,.. GLORIA LEVY ............,.. DOCKERY DURHAM LEWIS,JR JOHN LIGHT ,......... BOYD LITZINGER .,...... GEORGE H. LLEWELLYN. WILLIAM E. LONG, JR .... VAN D. LOTT, JR ....... . RAYMOND E. LUNNEY. ,. ANN LUREY ...,....,.. FRANK L. MCABEE ...,.... FRED MCALISTER ...,, .., DOLORES JANE MCBRIDE. C. A. McCARTER ,........ NEIL MCCASKILL ...... .. H. E. MCCORD .,...,., SUSAN MQELVEEN. .... ERNEST S. MCGREW ..... HAZEL H. MCGUIRE ...., H. H. McKEE .........,,. HENRY A. MCKENZIE ..... JAMES LEWIS MCKENZIE. ANNA MCLAUGHLIN ..,.. BETTY JEAN MCLEAN ...., V. LUTHER MQMAKIN ..... BARBARA ANN MCSWAIN JACK DURON MALLARD.. CASSANDRA MANDA , .. JOHN W. MARLOWE .... WILLIAM H. MARLOWE ..,. . JAMES FRANK MARTIN ..... .. MARTHA J. MATTHEWS, WILLARD R. MATTHEWS. ANDREW MEDES ...,..,. L. C. MELCHER, JR. .,.. .. GRETCHEN MILEY ,.,. JAMES MILLIGAN ....,, SEVENA MOLAI R ....,,., RUDOLPH B. MoNUoY,f.f FLETCHER MONTS, JR ..., M. JEANETTE MONTS .... CELIA ELAINE MOORE. .. ELIZABETH MOORE ...,...,..... JESSE T. MOORE ...,..., . ,. .HartsviIIe, . . .... Kershaw, S. . . . .GreenviIIe, S. ....CoIumbia, S. C C J C .NewarI4, N.J S C C C C ... .... Columbia, S. C .,......CoIumbia, S. C ..... Evington, Va ,....Conemaugt1, Pa ....CoIumbia, S. C . . . ,GreenviIIe, S. C ....CoIumbia, S. C .. Charleston, S. C . . . .GreenviIIe, S. C ....WoocIrutI, S. C TraveIers Rest, S. C .,.,. . . .N. Charleston, S. C .......CIover,S.C .. . . Charleston, S. C . . ,, Sylvester, Ga ,...CoIumbia, S. C . . , Conway, S. C ....CoIumbia, S. C .Ware SI1oaIs, S. C ... .CoIumbia, S. C ..,, Florence, S. C , , .. .FIorence, S. C ....HoIIy HiII, S. C .M . . .CI1ester, S. C ....CoIumbia, S. C .... Savannalw, Ga ....I-IartsviIIe, S. C . , . Burgess, S. C ......Burgess, S. C .. Springfield, S. C . ,.CoIumbia, S. C .... .BiIIerica, Mass C . . .. ,.,CIiarIeston, S. ....CoIumbia, S. C . . . Columbia, S. C . . . ,WoocIruI3F, S. C . .... BarnweII, . . .. ,WoodrutI, . . . , .CoIumbia, . ...Columbia . .. .... Marlon, . LeesviIIe . FREDERICK DAVID MoRRI'sioN'f.','.'.'B5n'neff5vilIe1 . srufuar MOSELEY., ..., ...... ....... C O Iumbia, . S C S C S C ,S C . .BenriettsviIIe,S. C ' S C S C S C S C r 'QL ik 53 , teen Fifty WN 1 fly fi ,1 , a Q 'I All ay., Rb . 5, V ' W , z .V .C , 1 in - - in ' A i' 4 .. ii Q Q. ow , , ff -, , P L i'-A I LL"' . I , n h' .5 Jw f , , -my cw X 'IIJJ aiftfi 763: , 'fits 1 GARNET AND BLACK 1950 Q 5 J in x Ezewii , . R sf- Q 5 Eiig L. as ,i - 4 Kleck-lay Knox Kolucl-i LaBorClc Lamb Langston Laurens League l.cvczr Levy Lewis Light Litzingcr Llewellyn Long Lott Lunncy Lurcy Mcfnbcu MCAlistar McBride McCartcr Mcfaskill McCord McElvccn McGraw McGuire McKee Mclicnzic, l'l. A McKenzie, J. L. McLaughlin McLean McMaclcin McSwain Mallard Manda Marlowe, J.W. Marlowe, W. l'l. Martin Mattlrcws, M.J. Maftlwcws, W. R Medes Melclwer Miley Milligan Molair Montjoy Monts, F. Monis, M.J. Moorc, C. E. Moore, E. Moore, LT. Morrison Moseley --.a-,,,.. Th xx" ,,'Mi'-' tlc S :ISI 4 ,A 11? .gig- E I SX' Q21 I III STEWART MULLINS ...,... HELEN HARRISON MUSTIN MARY LOUISE NEWMAN. GRADY NICKLES ,,,....... D. K. NIX ..4.,4.......,.., JOHN L. NORTON ..,. LINDSEY A. ODOM ...... . NORA ANN OELAND .,.., JAMES OGLESBY ........ MARY ELLEN O'NEIL ,.,. ERANKLYN OWEN ,.., GEORGE PAIR ......, MORRIS PARKER ...... CATHERINE PARR ..... DONALD R. PATE .,,. SYBIL PATRICK .,,... RUTH PAYNE ......... STANLY PEARLMAN ...... CAROLYN K. PENNINGTON ..,. . MARTHA A. PETTY ....,., JACKIE PHILLIPS .......... ANNE PLATT ......,... JOSEPH A. PLYLER ,... .. TOM PRICE ........ NICHOLAS PSILLOS .... ROGERS RABB ........ WILLIAM E. RABON ..... LUCY RASHEED ,.,..., PEGGY RAST ........ ANN RAWL .....,.. GRADY C. RAWLS .,.,, LOUIS REAMES ,.......,., ROBERT REED ...... PATSY RILEY,,,. .,.,, J umor Class Nine .. .CoIumbia, S. C. ...CoIumbia, S. C. ...CoIumbia, S. C. Ware Shoals, S. C. .......EII4o,S.C. .....MuIIir1s, S. C. Ber1r1ettsviIIe, S. C. ...CoIumbia, S. C. .Great EaIIs, S. C. .. . . .GreenviIIe, S. C. .. Columbia, S. C. ..CharIeston, S. C. . .Little Rock, Ark. ...CoIumbia, S. C. .WaIterboro, S. C. . . . Bowman, S. C. ,.....PaIatIca, FIa. . Charleston, S. C. , ,... McBee, . . .. .CoIumbia, . . . .BarnweII, .. Columbia, .. .CoIumbia, ... .......WadmaIaw IsIand, VIRGINIA PROTHRO ..,. .....,.,...,., A iken, ... . . . . Darlington, ... .Winr1sboro, ..... .Ayr1or, .Georgetown . . . . . Swansea, ....CoIumbia, ...Rock Hill, . .. Sumter, .. Lexington, .. Charlotte, vicrore LEE RIGGSBEEAJR. Q 1 QQ . . .... Columbia, MARY TOWNSEND RIVERS .,.. ..... C harleston, PORTER RIVERS, JR. .... . . JEAN ROBINSON ...... DIXON R. ROGERS ....,. WILLIAM J. ROGERS ..... W. D. ROHE ...,...,.. FRED ROPER, JR .... MARION ROSS ...... GEORGE W. ROTH ..... EDWARD M. ROYALL ,.,.. GEORGE A. SAMPLE ...... MARGUERITE R. SANDERS. JOHN SAVOY .................. Cuyahoga FaIIs, .....,.....CoIumbia ... . . Sumter, ....CoIumbia, . .. .Lake City, ........Lor1s, .......Cheraw, .. .GreenviIIe, . . . .CoIumbia, . . .... Columbia, . . .....,. Horence, PHIL SAWYER ...,.,,.......,......,... Salley, CLAUDE M. SCARBOROUGH, JR. ...... Columbia, CORNELIA SCHULTZ .,..,....,....... Columbia, BOBBY L. SCOTT .............,...... GreenviIIe, FRANK M. SHEALY, JR. . .. ...... Chapin, S C S. C. S. C. S. C. S. C. S. C. S. C. S. C. S. C. S. C. S. C. S. C. S. C. S. C. S. C. S. C. N. C. S. C. S. C. S. C. S. C. S. C. S. C. S. C. S. C. S. C. S. C. Mt. Pleasant, S. C. S. C. , S. C. Ohio S. C. S. C. S. C. S. C. S. C. teen lzitty my l S ,ti X , . .1 t .,5gx:w::,.1b. E5 J 'N ii" s. Q ig - sp if 9 - , V Q if Q . y in Q 2 PH 3? iii i 5 K?-L i 41 f we it i sf n inr PR . Q W' 5 L: 'iff ' . - 'ii' Ju! JL-- se- i 1 W 1 Q-5 , ' , 3' '. A. gf ii 'N ,xi f in K mf le GARNET AND BLACK 1950 "2 I29 Us 1 -if ,pf . R i QM ? C , " F, S wr r f 5 ! A A , Q l -- lk :nfl lx Mullins Mustin Newman Niclcles Nix Norton Odom Oeland Oglesby O'NeiI Owen Pair Parlcer Parr Pate Patrick Payne Pearlman Pennington Petty Phillips Platt Plyler Price Prothro Psillos Rabb Rabon Rasheed Rast Rawl Rawls Reames Reed Riggsbee Riley Rivers, M. T. Rivers. P. Robinson Rogers. D. R. Rogers. WJ Rohe Roper Ross Roth Royall Sample Sanders Savoy Sawyer Scarborough Schultz Scott Shealy 47:3 ia-,Q W A 45345 5 f Iky ,...A f I Olav'- . 7' cf? :Q-.f, . I ' u .' 9 it , .' 'f 3zXf"mF'Lf mag? 1 . ,, I , 1 ,A . A 3 . Y 2 ,R ,. -f . 2 'i fr gf I I-. Zf '-.' Q57 VXXA .-.srqv .1 I I If I a .fs ff-. . 'I I f. G. HEYWARD SHEALEY, JR.. DANIEL S. SHULL, JR. ..... .. CHARLES SIMMONS ........ . JAMES T. SIMMS ..... KATHLEEN SIMS ....... FRANK SINGLETON ..... ARTHUR B. SLOAN .,..... GEORGE A. SLOANE, JR. , .. HARRIET SMITH ......... GERALD SMOAK .,........ JOHN W. SNELLGROVE ..... JANE SNOW ............ DORIS M. SNYDER ........ SAMUEL S. SOROTA ........ FRED S. SOSNOWSKI, JR. . ... ALLAN J. SPENCE ....,..... FLOYD D. SPENCE ....,... BILLIE P. STANFORD. ... DOLLY E. STEINBERG, .... ... CHARLIE KROMER STEPHENS. RAYMOND A. STERN .....,.. C CHARLES W. STEPHENSON ..,.... N. CI1arIeston, S. C . .. C WILLIAM HERBERT STRICKLIN. .. C JOE STRINGER. ,,,..... .. ... JOHN S. STRUHS .....,....,. JACOUELYN STUKES .... HARRY M. SUMNER .... PAULINE SUSIE ........,... OUINCY M. SWEATMAN ..... FRANCIS M. TANNER, JR ..... JERRY TEAL ,.......,,....... ISABELLE PENLAND THOMAS. WILLIAM F. THOMAS .....,. JEAN THOMPSON ........... J. W. THOMPSON, JR. . ... ELLISON TURNER ...... JEAN TURNER ...,.. JEAN UTSEY , ........ . ELDEN E. WALKER .... NANCY LEE WALKER ...,... TOBIAS GAVIN WARD. ... BETTY WARREN .,...,.... IDA STROTHER WEBB .... . HENRY A. WEED ..... J. HOWARD WEISS .... JEAN A. WELCH ........ ANNE ROGERS WELLS ..... WILLIAM T. WELLS, JR. . ... LEO A. WEST, JR. ...,,.. .. MARTIN E. WETHERELL. .. WENDELL xxfHrrrrNoroN.'.f H LAWTON G. WILES .,....... . . . .WaIterboro, S. .. . . Charleston, S. C . .,.... CI1arIeston, S. .... .. .CI'1arIeston, S. C .. .. .. .SyIvester, Ga .Montgomery, W. Va S C Juufx WALKER .......... 'iff ...... columbia. . ......CoIurnbia, S. C JAMES H. WANNAMAKER .... .... O rangetnurg, S. C . . . .MyrtIe BeacI'1 S. C S C S C . . . . . .AIIendaIei . ......CoIurnbia, S. C Junior Class Nine .... .CoIumbia, S. C West CoIumtnia, S. C Sullivans Island, S. C S C S C S C ...Spartanburg . ........Union,. ......Sunnter, . .... .I-Iortense, Ga ... .CoIumbia, S. C .... .JoI'1nston, S. C C . ..,. GreenviIIe, S. C . .MamaronecIc, N. Y C .......Marion,S. .. Dorchester, Mass ....Lexington, S. C . .. Lexington, S. C . .. Decatur, Ga .Harner, S. ......AncIrews, S. .....CoIumbia, S. .. .Yazoo City, Miss .Davis Station, S. C .....CoIumtJia, . .. .CottageviIIe, . ........PatricI4,. C C ......Marron, .C C C C . .... HoIIy HiII, . C ......OIanta, . ....CoIunnbia, .C C S S S S ... . . Beaufort, S. S S S .... .GreenviIIe, S. .... .CoIumbia, S. C ... .HarIeyviIIe, S. C ... .CoIumbia, . ....CoIurnbia, S. C ... .GreenviIIe, S. C ....CoIumtJia, S. C ..... Columbia, S. C . .. . Charleston, S. C S C . ...... Conway, . .Daytona Beach, Fla .....Bowman, S. C I30 I teen lzility .myaf-an 5 5, Ev Rests? GARNET AND BLACK 1950 'FT fb '22 5 P52 N3 Nl K l3I Shealey Shull Simmons Simms Sims Singleton Sloan Sloane Smith Smoalc Snellgrove Snow Snyder Sorota Sosnowslci Spence, A. J. Spence, F. D. Stanford Steinberg Stephens Stephenson Stern Stricklin Stringer Struhs Stukes Sumner Susie Sweatman Tanner Teal Thomas, l. P. Thomas, W. F. Thompson, J. Thompson, J. W Turner, E. Turner, J. Utsey Walker, E. E. Walker, J. Walker. N. L. Wannamalcer Ward Warren Webb Weecl Weiss Welch Wells, A. R. Wells, W. T. West Wetherell Whittington Wiles .Junior Class Nineteen Eiicty JAMES M. WILLIAMS ...., J. W. WILLIAMSON, JR. . .... BETTY ELOISE WILLINGI-IAM .,.. .. DOT WILSON ......,...,... .,.. PATRICIA WILSON ,,... SI-IELDON R. WILSON.. ,, ROSE WOLEE. ..,.., , . MARIFAITI-I ZEIGLER .... I-IAROLD EARLE ZOBEL .,... . . ..CoIumbia, S. C. .,. .I-Iamer, S. C. . Eairiorest, S. C. .MayesviIIe, S. ..CoIumbia, S. C. Boonville, Indiana . .AbbeviIIe, S. C. . Cameron, S. C. . .CoIumI3ia, S. C. Williams Williamson VVHHngham WiIson, D. Wilson, P. VVHson,S.R VVoHe Zdgkr Zobel I lan! 1 'ififi , 5 fi., . W Lage? WGN, r ig ww", P e gif? .',, ' fs Qf ADEQUATELY experienced in the various phases oi campus life alter an enlightening freshman year, the sophomores returned, pre- pared to distinguish themselves. Their enthus- iastic etlorts were executed under the otticers elected during the spring semester ol 1949, who were Joe lngram, President, Bill Gibbes, Vice- President, Nancy Stewart, Secretary-Treasurer, and Dick Polan, l-listorian. During Big Thursday Week, the sophomores, in conjunction with Kappa Sigma Kappa and Student Council, sponsored the tirst "Rat Week" held since the war. For three lively days, freshmen participated in amusing contests and activities designed to instruct "rats" in the proper actions and attitudes toward upperclassmen. By the end of another illuminating but lar easier year, the carefree sophomores were ready to become worldly wise juniors. Sophomore Class :ma-vviicrfrri I L- i W . ---7-,-f F JOE INGRAM President BILL GIBBES Vice-President SOpIL7Ol'T7O ,SSS lLiC9I'S NANCY STEWART Secretary-Treasurer DICK POLAN Historian Sophomore Class AL ADICKES ......... CLARKE ADICKES .... BENNY ALLEN ...... .... . . ADELE ALLSTON .......,. STEWART R. APPLEBALIM.. JOHN M. BANKHEAD, JR. . RICHARD BALLENTINE .... AL BAREIELD .,..,....... . MARGARET ELLEN BARKER BEAUMONT BARRINGER .. PAT BASS ,.............. IVAN M. BAIJKNIGHT ..,,. A. HOWARD BAZEMORE.. JEANNETTE BEISLEY ...... RALPH S. BELL ....., LAWRENCE M. BENSON. .. RAY BERRY ,....,......... ROY BERRY ,.,.....,.... PATRICIA ANN BIRD ..... GARA BLACK ......... H. L. BOND .,,......,..... JUNE MAREE BOUKNIGHT. S. D. BOWERS, JR. . .. . . .. JAMES D. BOYD ...,..., .. ROBERT EUGENE BROCK.. WILLIAM Y. BROWN .,.... . .. .YorIc, S. C. ....YorIc, S. C. .......Aynor,S.C. ,.... .HartsviIIe, S. C. .. . . .CI1arIeston, S. C. .. ..... Tampa, Fla. C . .. .CoIumbia, S. . .. ... .Sumter, S. C. ........EairIax,S.C. .... .CoIumbia, S. C. ....CoIumIoia, S. C. .....FIorence, S. C. .... .Mt Olive, N. C. ....CoIumbia, S. C. .....Union, S. C. .. ..... AIcoIu, S. C. . . . .JoI1ns'con, S. C. . . . .JoI1r1sfon, S. C. .. . . .EIorence, S. C. .... .Beaufort S. C. ... .YarmoutI1, Maine ......CoIumbia, S. C. . .... . .Beaufort S. C. .YorI4,S.C. ......CoIumbia, S. C. .. .Geor3etown, S. C. RANDALL BRYANLQK ...... West CoIumbia, S. C. JOHN ALBERT BHPSIDW ....... Berme'c'csviIIe, S. C. HARoLD H. CFfRTERffff. .. . .... Barr1weII,S.C. BETTY CATHCARTYQ :gg .......... Kershaw, 5. C. ciao C . S? 'Tx' 4 A fa A , I S114 LELAND EAR .CH ' A AN ....... Hartsv1IIe, S. C. ELLIS WAYN I IA ' ......... Honea Pa'cI1,S. C. FINOLIS AN, fx., ....... Wirmsboro, S. C. REGINALD , 'S ...... FaII River, Mass. JIM combo A ....... MI- ia 1 . . . . .CI1arIeston, S. C. I3 Nineteen Fitty CHARLES COPELAND ..e. CHARLES H. DAVIDSON. WILLIAM R. DLJSENBURY. .. OLGA T. EDWARDS ,...., WANDA EDWARDS ,,.. JANET B. ERVIN .... .. BARBARA FOWLER. .. . LEON B. GARNER ..... .. VERNA LOWN GASKIN .... JOAN GAYDEN ......L.... WILLIAM LOUIS GEORGE... WILLIAM H. GIBBES .,...... JOSEPH GILBERT .... .... ROBERT GOTTDENKER . .. JENNINGS B. GRAINGER. .. JACK H. HAMILTON ...,... WILLIAM C. HANNA ,,... FRANK MCCOY HLIGGI TROY HYATT ....... ANDREWS EUGENE GROVES. ARCHIE DON HADWIN ,.,,,.... . . . Kershaw, S JAMES CORDELL ...,.... ...... C olumbia, S EDWARD COTTINGHAM ....,. Bennettsville, S JAMES M. COWARD .....,.,...,. Florence,S GEORGE A. CREPEAIJ ....... East Greenvvich, R JAMES FREDERICK CROSBY, JR .... Florence, S RICHARD ALLEN CLILBREATH, .Plum BrancI1,S C West Newton, Pa . .. .Florence . . ,Columbia .. .Columbia . . . .Florence . .Columbia . .Branctrville ......Cayce .. Columbia .. St. George .. .I-Iartsville .. .Columbia .. Brooklyn, .. . .Florence ,Fort Jackson ,Varnville . .. .Florence . . . .Varnville HAROLD W. HARMON ......, Spartanburg GEORGE F. HENRY, JR. . .. ....... Clover VICTOR HILL ................. !.Stf'Qeorge MARY L I-IILLIARD Q-S5f"3xPIclprence CHARLE5 BYRON HIRSCH, will Milli lore HAROLD T. FIOLLIDAY. '. 3,:,',f-gigkymplico ELBERT MASON HOLIC I" 'eburg ALFRED W. HOWELL .... fit- . ter, I 1 1 1 1 i 1 C .1 'J 'll K 69' 'D-'.' :gi 'D ff' I. 'a ..-P -1-lf , 'X-. . rl 5 I . ,. I o s ' s . 1 x I 4 I . .7-fs'-. x 51 .ilk C 99 1 H B . I I mi ' ,n J: ,ff xl fl' wana ,-,- ,gl sl' 71: I s I' .X ff, 1, J, :Q fi' u v ,rf . ,lf ' e 1 4 QI I 1 M- yi, f 4- C, 1. 1, .rt ny., 1 . - - -- I 1 ,x 1, , .W 'QQ Wav. ,. .. I37 S S S S S S S S S S S N S S S S S S S S S S S S S S ,S in-K - Sophomore CIass JAMES M. INABINET .... JOE K. INGRAM ...,. CECILIA P. IRWIN ...... TI-IOMAS JEFEORDS ,... JAMES JERVIS .....,.. I-I. WILLIAM JOI-INSON. EDWARD A. JONES ,... L. A. JONES ..,.,..... JOYCE G. KIMBELL ...., MARION KINON ..... J. E. LANDS ..........,. STEWART L. LANE ..,... ROBERT B. LANGSTON.. GEORGE M. LEE, JR ..,.. SLIZANNE LEWIS .,.... BILLY E. LOLLIS. .. .. . .... Ctreraw, S. ..I-IoIIy I-IiII, s. .. .CoIumbIa, S. TimmonsviIIe, S. Spartanburg, S. .. Columbia, S. ....LangIey, S. ...CoIumbia, S. . .PI'1iIadeIpI1Ia, Pa ....DiIIon, S. C Spartanburg, S. C ..Lync:I1burg, S. C ...I-Iartsville, S. C ...CoIumbIa, S. C . .CI1arIeston, S. C .. .Rock I-IIII, S. C MARILYN MCCOY ...,........ Spartanburg, S. C PALIL McDOWELL ...,.. . CARROLL C. MCDLIEEIE.. JOI-IN A. MCINNES, JR. .. ROBERT M. MCINNIS ..., JOSEPI-I C. MCJLINKIN. ,. WILLIAM C. MQKINNON ...Cameron, S. C .Greensboro, N. C ..DarIington, S. C . .......,.. Clio, S. C ..DarIington, S. C .. .I-Iartsville, S. C LOCKI-IART MCLENDON ..... .. .DovesviIIe, S. C MARVIN MQMILLAN ... FRANK MARTIN .,...... JOI-IN I-I. MARTIN, JR. .. WILLIAM C. r TI-IEWS. .. .. CHARLES 'I PETER fy MI KF., E n 1 HA Y M 4' 'C' suZANNE M YE o. LACOSTE u V D,-7-jp? - 11" ,... - fp gl: GI l:::l'7'-13 I fiiiiiffffii. M Q I L M 515555553 . W'Ei53315?' I-I R . .J::z:!Kw:ZIsg:: . VIII. DM ' W ' , o. - - L 7 .IIA . ..-as . . . I T I I - .1 - 3 m-:rs .....Sumter, S. C .... Sumter, S. C ...I'IartsviIIe, S. C .. .CoIumbia, S. C .....Bradtord, Pa .. .Ct1arIotte, N. C. ...CoIumbia, S. C ...CoIurnbia, S. C ...CoIumbia, S. C ...CoIumbia, S. C .. .CoIumbia, S. C .rar 3 fy..-I . 2 'gl . Q 1. gg-S .iff . 3? 'Wigw- S. Nineteen Izitty DONALD E. NEWMANN ..... DANIEL RABLIN NEWTON, JR. JOHN GARY NEWTON, JR ..4. LOIS NICHOLS ,.........,.. ELIZABETH NOLES ,.,..,., . CHARMAINE NUTT .......,... M. ELIZABETH OXBRIEN ,..,, .. .....DanviIIe, III . Prosperity, S. C . Centenary, S. C ... .NicI1oIs, S. C ..CoIumbia, S. C ..CoIumbia, S. C ..CoIur'nI3ia, S. C THEODORE GLENN PADGETT. .WaIterboro, S. C BETTY PARKER ....,........,. JO ANNE PATRICK .... .. PAT PATRICK .........,.. . JOSEPH C. PATTERSON ...... MANNING B. PATTERSON ..... BAYARD M. PEACH .......... M. MAURY PEARLMAN .,.. .. LeROY PENDLETON ....... . . KATHLEEN PHILLIPS ,..,...... CHARLES RICHARD POLEN. .. W. NICHOLAS POSEY ........ WILLIAM N. POSTON ..,.. JAMES A. PIJRCELL ..., ., J. E. OIJICK, ........ JOHN W. RABB ..... .... MARLENE L. RAST ..... .. ANN READY ........ WALTER W. ROBINSON ..... GENE ROGERS ........... SHIRLEY ROYSE ........ .. JOSEPH B. RUTH, JR. .... .,. WILLIAM RIJTLEDGE .... .... VIRGINIA D. SACHER .,,,... JINI SANDY ,................. BETTY JEAN SANFORD ........ DONALD E. SALJNDERS, JR. , . .GreenviIIe, S. C ..MernloIwis, Tenn ..CoIur'ntJia, S. C Darlington, S. C Georgetown, S. C Springfield, Mass . .C5reenviIIe, S. C .....CIover, S. C .. .ScottsviIIe, Va .....CraIton, Pa Orangeburg, S. C .. Pamplico, S. C ...Fort MIII, S. C .Drexel Hill, Pa .WinnstJoro, S. C .. Swansea, S. C ..CoIurnbia, S. C ..LyncI1burg, S. C S D 1 IVIICIW oc Mass 6 ... 6 H0 i MR I .. i., 2 C xihgii 5 . MARY ANN SANDERS ...,..... ,sc ig I ,sc ij I ,s. C -. If I 6,36 . ,.-A i ' I A I f I dt, X Ili If Soplwomore Class MARTHA HELEN SAWYER ....... Columbia, S. C HAROLD SCHMOECKEL . .. M. AUBREY SCOTT ,...,.,.. ROBERT M. SHERIDAN .... . .. CLIFFORD H. SIMMONS, JR.. BOBBY COPELAND SMITH. .. WILLIE ALFRED SMYRL ..... JAMES SNEAD, JR ......, WILLIAM O. SPENCER ..... W. C. STALLINGS .,,..... HERBERT STEINER ...... NANCY STEWART ,,..... MARY FETTER STOUGH ,..,. WILMA STROUD ...,,.,. NELL SULLIVAN .,..... ERNEST E. SWANN, JR. .... ., THOMAS B. TALLEY .....,.,.. .. Baltimore, Md .......YOrIc,S.C Spartanburg, S. C .Mt. Pleasant, S. C .... ...Clover,S. C .. Columbia, S. C ....Easley, S. C .....CIleraw, S. C .. .Columbia, S. C . .New Yorlc, N. Y . Jacksonville, Fla .. Davidson, N. C .....NicI'1oIs, S. C ...CoIumbia, S. C .Georgetowm S. C .College Park, Ga WILLIAM RUDOLPH THIGPEN. Graniteville, S. C CLYDE M. THOMAS ......., JAMES ROY THOMASON. .. WINIFRED G. TODD ........ . ,,., Rock Hill, S. C . .GreenviIle, S. C .........Loris,S.C GEORGE HAROLD TRAYLOR. . .White Oalc, S. C ARTHUR E. TREIBER ........ RONNIE TROTTER .... .. .Newingtom Conn .. .GreenviIIe, S. C HARRIS TURNER ..... ..... G reenville, S. C MARION BOYD UTSEY, JR... ....KingviIle, S. C ROBERT F. -Q, ACE .......... Cramerlon, N. C WILLIAM ATHERLY ......... sumia, s. C .'i'I'fiySi'? WEEKS. .. .S'c. Matthews, S. C HAROL . ........ . .. .Conway, S. C 'lar' g m R I I Ziggy' 'Il ELLS ..... Winnsboro, S. C if lf- 'Y E lb. .... Granileville, S. C RA H .1',i:iHi '1, ILLIAMS .,.. Columbia, S. C CLIFTO 'L BETTY i Ur I gk f ...CoIumbia, S. C ids. .. I ff f ERN - ' Fifi C 7, MSON..........Lanes,S.C fa IIII I wr- Wllx 'IU ' Nineteen Fifty WILLIAM F. WILSON .,.. R. L. WINGARD .,.,,. GRAYCE WOLF .,.... JOYCE A. WOODEL ,... HERBERT E. YOUNG ..., I4I BOSWELL WILSON ...,.., VIRGIL R. WINGATE ,,...... MARTIN B. WOODWARD, J WILLIAM R. YETMAN. ,,.. . ....Rock Hill, S. C . ..,. Ridgeway, S. C . ,... Lexington, S. C North Augusta, S. C . . .Greenwood S. C . . . .New York, N. Y R. . Columbia, S. C. . .....MeadviIIe, Pa. ,. ,. .BrooIcIyn, N. Y. i I :E :fig ,N l.ll...4 GN September 9, 1949, the Freshman class assembled in Drayton l-lall to hear speeches ol welcome. After completing their senior year in high school, they Found themselves freshmen again. The lreshmen were greatly impressed in this new world ot men and womeng they were no longer children. You could see them glow with pride when addressed as 'ilvlissi' and ulvlisteru. Campus politics arose and the freshman class elected otticers. Joe Pearce was President and Buddy Derrick was Vice-President, David Creel was elected Secretary and Joe Bull became l-listorian. This has been an exciting year. The Freshmen have overcome their greenness, and are now ready to assume responsibility as sophomores. JOE PEARCE President Freshman Cfass Qfzqcers DAVID CREEL Secretary-Treasurer BUDDY DERRICK Vice-President JOE BULL Historian Abclalla Allison Barbot Barbrey Barker Beache Beason Bell Berios Berry Bessinger Blackwell Bland Bloodworth Bodie Bok Bouknight Bowen Braswell Breckenridg Brinkley Brown Bryan Bryant, B. Bryant, M. Bunch Campbell Cannon Carlisle Cary Cathcart Chambers Clark Clarkson Clemmons Cook Corley Creel, D. Creel, E. Crowgey ' Freshman 'fl .-mee-re. - K T df 4 f-4 J 5 dt, X III II FRANCES L. ABDALLA .,,... Columbia, S. C. BARDEN ALLISON ...,.... Philadelphia, Pa VALERIE A. BARBOT .......,. Florence, S. C NANCY A. BARBREY ..,.,. Folly Beach, S. C RUTH DELL BARKER ..,.. Washington, D. C MELLE BEACH .......,..., Bishopville, S. C SHIRLEY BEASON ,,,. ....... G reer, S. C RALPH C. BELL ............. Wampee, S. C JEANINE J. BERIOS ......,. Charleston, S. C SYLVIA E. BERRY ,......... Columbia, S. C JAMES M. BESSINGER ,..,.,..... Elko, S. C SARAH LOU BLACKWELL .... Conway, S. C ALLENE BLAND ....,..,.,.... Sumter, S. C MARY BLOODWORTH ..... Columbia, S. C PATRICIA BODIE ,,........, Columbia, S. C STEPHEN BOK ..,,.........,. Cateret, N.J ROBERT KEITH BOUKNIGHT, Batesburg, S. C CATHERINE BOWEN ....,.. Columbia, S. C WILLIE BRASWELL ,.,... Marshallville, N. C DUNCAN BRECKENRIDGE, . Columbia, S. C I44 GARNET ANU ROBERT BRINKLEY .......,. Columbia BUSTER BROWN .....,.... Bishopville JAMES C. BRYAN .......,.. Columbia BETTY CAROL BRYANT ...,... Pacoleti MILDRED BRYANT ,....,.,.,. . .Latta MALONA BUNCH ........., Columbia WADE BRYON CAMPBELL. .Columbia MELBA CANNON ,,..... Goose Creek, ANNE CARLISLE ,,,,. ..... , Hartsville BARBARA CARY .....,... Chesterfield SUE CATHCART ............ Columbia S S S S S S S S S ,S ,S JAMES W. CHAMBERS ..,. Oak Ridge, Tenn JOE CLARK ................. Marion BEN CLARKSON ........ Myrtle Beach THURSTON CLEMMONS, Myrtle Beach WEBSTER CORLEY . ..... . . .Lexington DAVID V. CREEL .......... Johnsonville ERVIN CREEL ..,............. Hyman I I I , S , S , S JAMES ASBORNE COOK .... Newberry, S S S S HELEN E. CROWGEY .....,... Roanoke, Va I Sass . . . F950 LACK 1950 PAUL CUNNINGHAM .,...... Laurens, S.C MARY B. DAVIS ,.... BUDDY DERRICK 4... RITA DERRICK ...... JOHN DILLARD .... JEANNETTE DIXSON. MARILYN DOUGLAS .... MERVIN DOVE .,.... BARBARA DOWNS ...... BARBARA DRAKE ,. GEORGIE DUFFY U... DOROTHY DUNCANI I f MARTHA DURDEN . PETE EDWARDS ..... BRUCE ELLIOTT ..... LENNIE JEAN EPPS.. ROY JAMES FAIR, .. JOE FANNING ..,,. SYLVIA FELDER .I,.. MARY JANE FELKELSJ .'.'. Charleston, W. Va . .Greenville, S. C ...,.Chapin, S. . .Greenville, S. , .DarlingtOn, S. . . . .Florence, S. S S S ..l'lolly Hill, . ..Greenville, . . .New Bern, N. ..,Columbia, S. ....Augusta, Ga S C C C C C ..,...Dillon, .C C C C C . ,,.. Troy, . .....Remini, . S C . .New Zion, S. C .,.Columbia, S. C . Springfield, S. C .Orangeburg, S. C .....Elloree, S. C MADGE FELKER .,.......... Columbia CHARLES FERGUSON ....... Brooklyn, JAMES FINDLEY ........... Anderson EMERIC FISCHER ............ Beaufort, MARGARET FLETCHER ..... Charleston CHARLES M. FLOWERS. . .Summerville CLISE FLOYD ....,......... Lake Cityi CARLISLE PORTE ,,........ Awendaw, M. E. FOX ........... .,.... L oclge ANNE FULLERTON ..,...... Columbia GLENN GAINEY ........... Hartsville PIERCE GANDY .,......... Darlington ANNIE CAROLINE GILBERT. .Columbia MOTTE S. GILLAND ........ Kingstree SARA GLEATON .,..,..... Springtield WINIFRED GODLEY ..... W. Columbia ALLELIA GRAY ......,... Wadesboro, MARION HANCOCK ....... Columbia FAY HARDY ............... Kingstree, CHARLES HARMON ....... Lexington I4-5 S. N. S S S S S S S S S S S S S S N S S S Cunningham Davis Derrick, B. Derrick, R. Dillard Dixson Douglas Dove Downs Drake Dutty Duncan Durden Edwards Elliott Epps Fair Fanning Felder Fellcel Fellcer Ferguson Findley Fischer Fletcher Flowers Floyd Forte Fox Fullerton Gainey Gandy Gilbert Gilland Gleaton Godley Gray Hancoclc Hardy Harmon, C. QPSK Li , Wm wi... i 's i Q14 . PTI . Q . -Aakl . 'Sri . J Ni Harmon, M Harper Harrison, Harrison. Haskin Hearn Hemingw Herbert Hewlett Heyward Hilton Holliday Hook Houck Howerton Howie Hulett lngle Jackson Jewell Johnson, R Johnson. Jones. D. Ereshmar Jones,J. Karr Kearse Kirk Kleckley Latimer Lever Lewis Lewter McAIhany McCoy , A McDonald McElveen G McKenzie McManus ' Manhart Marshall MARION H. HARMON. .W. Columbia, ROBBIE LOU HARPER, .. ...Lancaster, H Ill CHARLES E. HARRISON .... Columbia " JI' LAURA ANNE HARRISON .... Trenton f 1 JACK S. HASKIN .......... Ninety Six, 'I J. R. HEARN ......,........ Columbia EURNEY HEMINGWAY ..... Kingstree, I I v ,IP TOMMIE HERBERT ......... Piedmont, . ,wifi JOSEPHINE HEWLETT ...... Allendale Cl DOT HEYWARD ........, . .Columbia Q BILLY HILTON ........... summefion ' wi "far-T - EUGENIA HOLLIDAY ..,.... Anderson ,v5, JORETTA Hook ........ xxx. Columbia 'QL X salt: f' 'lf' BERNARD LOUIS HOUCK ..., Cameron it I is ANNE M. l-IOWERTON ..... Columbia 'K ",f,,' 'f JERRY HOWIE ...........,. Columbia .I sl 51,1 LAWRENCE HuLETT ...... Greenwood ,ny , ,L eif Q21 ju, ANNE E. INC-ELE ......... .... T ucapau, LOIS ANNE JACKSON ........ Clover, 411' ' EMMIE H. JEWELL ...... ..... E asley, I46 W 'i z Eff . -pf,:L.gggg - E . ff, ' it - --.Ei mf? -- E- ,ws 1 as ' GARNET AN RAYMOND C. JOI-INSON. .Charleston S. E. JOHNSON, JR ...., . .Hemingway DON P. JONES ........ .Chestertield JOHN EARL JONES .... ...Ridgeway, JANET KARR ............ Manasquan, ELIZABETH KEARSE .,.... Walterboro JANE KIRK ,............ St. Matthews PATRICIA KLECKLEY ......,. Columbia AUSTIN C. LATIMER ....... Due West, LINDY ANN LEVER ..... W. Columbia ELIZABETH LEWIS .......... Whitmire MARGARET A. LEWTER ....... Cayce MARILYN MCALHANY ..... Columbia SOPHRONIA E. MCCOY .... Charleston ROBERT L. MCDONALD ,..... Elorence ROBERT MCELVEEN ,..,,.,., Hartsville JOHN MCKENZIE ............ Garnett WILLIAM C. MCMANUS ..... Lancaster JOE MANHART ....,....., Petersburg, JUNE MARSHALL .......... Anderson S.C S.C S.C S.C N..I S.C S.C S.C S.C S.C S.C S.C S.C S.C S.C S.C S.C S.C Ind S.C fN Glass . . IQSD IS I I LACK 1950 MIRIAM MATTHEWS .,... Hemingway, . S C J. T. MALILDIN .............. Laurens, S. C LAURA MEREE. ..... ..... . Charleston, S. C WALTER MILLER .... .... C olumbia, S. C SOPHIE MILLING .....,.,,. Columbia, S. C FRANK MILLS .......,.... N. Augusta, S. C CHARLOTTE MITCHUM ...., Allendale, S. C BARBARA MONARCH .....,, Camden, S. C CAROLYN MONROE ...,... Charlotte, N. C ROY MOODY ............,,, Jodie, W. Va JAMES MORRIS ...... ...... C olumbia, S. C BOB MYERS .......... . .N. Charleston, S. C NICHOLAS NIXON .... . .Cherry Grove, S. C WILFRED NOVIT .......,.. Charleston, S. C JOE NOWAK ..........,... Rock Hill, S. C MONTGOMERY OATES . Spartanburg, S. C JARVOUS OSTEEN ...,...... Ehrhardt, S. C CHARLES OWENS ......... Columbia, S. C DAVID OWENS ......... Myrtle Beach, S. C ' S C DAN PACE .... . ...... Marion, . SHIRLEY PAGE ......,..,,. Columbia, JOHNNY PARASHO .... HENRY PARN ELL ....... .. .Anderson, . .AlIendale, ANJOY PATRONE .....,. Q ,cOIumbIa, PAUL PAYNE.. ..... ..... Q 0IumbIa, D. C. PEACH .....,.. . . WILLIE PEAGLER ....... JOE PEARCE . .Great Falls, ......,Cross, . .GreenvilIe, WILLIAM PEIiILAND'ff.'.'.f. .Columbia WILLIAM PENN .,..,...,. MARY ANN PHILLIPS. .. ROBERT POOLE ...,.,... LEROY RASBERRY ....... RACHEL RAWLS ....... JAMES REAGAN ........ MARION RIGGS ......... GERALDINE RILEY .......... Columbia GENE ROBINSON ...,,.. ,W. Columbia ., .Abbeville .. .Anderson . . . . .Mullins .San Marino, .. .Manning . .New Castle BILLY RAY ROGERS .........., ' GINGER Rossokouon .... m ia I47 .Little Roclg, Matthews Mauldin Meree Miller Milling Mills Mitchum Monarch Monroe Moody Morris Myers Nixon Novit Nowak Oates Osteen Owens, C. Ow Pace Page Parasho Parnell Patrone Payne Peach Peagler Pearce Penland P enn Phillips Poole Rasberry Rawls Peasgan Riggs Riley Robinson Rogers W Rosborough I ens, D. 1, Rosen Rom Rowell Rucker Salley, D. Salley, J. Schwacke Shay Shealy Shoclcley Shuler Sightler Simpson Singleton Sloan Smith, R. Smith, C. SmRh,H. Smith, W. Stabler Staclcley Stanley Stepp Stolces Stone Strother Stubbs Suessmith Summer Taylor Timmons Tunms Tinsley Thevenot Thomas, Marion Thomas, Mary Freshman Thompson Tolson Ulmer Vernon MARILYN ROSEN ....,,,.. Charleston, S. C I -S. MV., TLOWELL ROSS ,...... .,..WalhaIla, S. C y' 7 I HOWARD ROWELL ....... Great Falls, S C xl , H M . A ITI-I RUCKER .,...,...,... Swansea S.C I ff..-H 'l g IQAYID SALLEY ..,.,..,.. Orangeburg S.C I Sy, EEAKE SALLEY ..,......,... Springfield S. C 1 ii gl-IN l'I. SCHWACKE ....' , Charleston,S.C y ' I f ALNY SHN .............., MafsOn,s.c IMI by .4', ', Y. - .X YTSI-IEALY ,...... Little Mountain, S. C ',.. 1 r'-. ,, ylly , .,4'-"' ' ,Jig ' i.q.R. Sl-IOCKLEY .,...,, San Francisco, Calil a,-'- : 1ifiiBALD sHuLEi2 ..,.... Columbia s.c tiQ Wa siai-HLER .,,.. W. Columbia sc , ,fi SIMPSON ,..,..,..... Florence S. C AMBER F' SINGLETON ,.,..,,.. Sumter S. C U A9 SLOAN .,..... Aiken s.c in ,,. ITI-I ...... .... A nclerson S. C f' . , M- -TQQEWJLHI4 SMITH ...., .... C olumbia S. C , k g' ' F' V : -f":t'T"' I SMITI-I .... . .... Langley, S. C I I I ' Wiuis SMITH .,,. . ...,.. Columbia sc I LULA STABLER . .. .... St. Matthews, S. C I48 BILLY STACKLEY . .. BILL STANLEY ..... WILLIAM STEPP ..,.. DOUGLAS STOKES ,,,.. . KATHERINE STONE ., MARY STROTI-IER ... EDWARD STUBBS .... DON SUESSMITI-I .... JAMES SUMMER ..... SAMUEL TAYLOR . .. REBECCA TIMMONS .... DICKY TIMMS ..,.,...... I-IARRIETT TINSLEY .. SARAI-I TI-IEVENOT. .. MARION TI-IOMAS .. MARY TI-IOMAS. .. ionnnm rnaiipgan 'i EMMA TOLSON . . . ., LEWIS ULMER .... R ,... TI-IOMAS VERNON .. GARNET ANI .. .Kingstree .. . .. .Loris . .,.. Union . .Newberry .. .Columbia . . . .Santuclc . . . Cheraw, . .La Crosse , . .Columbia . ,Ridgeway .Timmonsyille . .Greenville . .. .Florence . .Charleston ....,...Pauline . , .Columbia . . . ,Florence . . . .Florence .. .Cameron .. .Allendale 1 S. C S. C S. C S. C S. C S. C S. C Wis S. C S. C S. C S. C S. C S. C S. C S. C S. C S. C S. C S. C Class . . F950 32 N BLACK 1950 SAMMY RUTH WARRlNER,BishopviIIe, CURTIS WATKINS ,..,..,., Bishopville, SUE LEE WATSON ....... Chesterfield JACK WATTS ...... . .... Rageland BILL WEEKS ..... .... ...... L a ngley, ROBERTA WENGROW ,..., Allendale EMILY WHITAKER ......... Columbia BOHLER WHITMIRE ........ Columbia DUNCAN WILLIAMS .,.... Branchville Warriner Watkins Wfatson Watts Weelcs Wengrow Whitalcer Whitmire Williams Williamson Winder Wise Wood Q Woodhurst Wyman Yates Younts Zahler CURTIS WILLIAMSON ........,. Loris, S. C. CHARLES WINDER ....,... Cleveland, Ohio JOHN WISE ,....,. ..,... A tlanta, Ga. CHARLES WOOD ....,..... Anderson, S. C. CHARLES WOODHURST .... Abbeville, S. C. CAROLYN WYMAN ,,..,,...... Estill, S. C. LAWSON YATES ,,...,.,.. Kingsport, Tenn. NORMAN YOUNTS ...... Fountain Inn, S. C. SANFORD ZAHLER ,....... Columbia, S. C. I49 ,SLE X,.4ffP ff ' f'f"" "' X ka--,, , W C fl T ar f 1 Q Y ax M .fb , Qc lil, Zag ' I '1 , 15 . Yi f fp . DEAN PRINCE AND STAFF. The law school at Carolina is organized under the name ol Law Federation. Each law student is con- sidered a member oi the Federation and has an active voice in the attairs oi the school. The business ol the Federation is conducted by the Cabinet which is composed ol the otticers and committee chairmen. These committees arrange to have vveelcly speakers, put out publications and organize socials. Through the worlc oi committees, the law school is run except For the actual administration itsell. Within the Law Federation is an l-lonor Council, whose members are elected by popular vote ol the students. This council handles all infractions ol rules. The South Carolina Law Quarterly is edited by the law students and is published in cooperation with the South Carolina Bar Association. In this publica- CLASSES MUST GO ON , . . SPRING CABINET. O N tion are printed the minutes of the annual meetings ol the South Carolina Bar Association, and answers to current legal problems. A copy ol the Quarterly is mailed to each member oi the South Carolina Bar Association. A big event For the law school came on April I5, when the dedication ol the new law school building was held. Many prominent tigures in the legal pro- fession were on hand to join in the Iestivities. Otticers of the Federation during the Fall term were Charles Baker, president, Louis Lempises, vice- president, and Warren Justice, secretary-treasurer. Serving during the spring term were Mort Smith as president, Warren Justice as vice-president, and Ken Bentiers as secretary-treasurer. A NEW AND BEAUTIFUL ADDITION TO CAROLINA . . . sg ,M K- ,, . . . ...- ,ff ....,.f,,. W WWW.. M. .... ,..., 92? 3 FALL AND SPRING OFFICERS. PAT HAS THE FLOOR! A CONFERENCE ON THE WALL. ISE The Order ot Wig and Robe had its inception in the tall ot 1935. At that time there existed in the Law School no society ot an honorary nature. The idea ot the Order ot Wig and Robe originated in the minds ot Gus l-l. Rearlman ot Charleston, South Carolina, and Jlyn C. Rayne ot Columbia, South Carolina, then members ot the junior law class. The idea which these two men had was an organization which should have as its sole purpose the encouragement ot legal scholarship by bestowing upon the outstanding members ot each class some outward symbol ot their achievement. lt was their tirm purpose that this organization was to be devoid ot political and social considera- tions, and was to tate its members on the basis ot scholastic achieve- ment-and on scholastic achievement only. From its inception, it is these principles alone which have guided the Order ot Wig and Robe. ,r . .. jf- ,aa an ' ' ae . -. ' ' 5 25 Vg' 1 Ti . M Q . is . , A if I3 .2 'ft r , 5 E 5' -f' is . fi I, E I L tt t Right First Row: ,USUN XX. BRIDGES, l,ORlC A. BROOKS JOHN E. ICR .RN Rf'xYi'.',OND O, MALFORD FRED HARRTS TOHNJ TRN R siurytv t. iw. S-iiwid afwota i. unastv iutmn 1, nexstis cfitisrifri rw, mzettt mms iv. wwe tawmu P Pawn io IWTKRS and A. Utlllslfilffl fOLO",fil-l. lt 'rib 3 N25 R.1lu'ut: JUNE O. Vf'NRCOROLlffl" and OSQXXR H. DOYLE, Facu't, fXdvs COLKMAN KARPSH, f ns an-1 stt. R t . - .T 3 V T . r ,, R , V 'T'zgf"f1 1 . u ,,., , H i ' ff avi fue .i.s t Q s it : . 3- rd 'G+ A 1 'c yl 'T i i '2 s,1-ii 1 s si t T i Senior Law GEORGE F. ABERNATHY, JR. RALPH BAILEY, JR. Spartanburg, S. C. LL.B. Charleston, S. C. LLB Phi Delta Phi: B.S. in Civil Engineering, The Citadel: Law Federation Secretary and Treasurer: South Carolina Law Quarterly, Note Editor Honor Council. ROBERT F. ADAMS Laurens, S. C. LL.B. W- S- BAKER, JR- Columbia, S. C. LL.B Kappa Alpha: Cotillion Club: German Club: International Relation Club: Law Federationf Social Chairman. Vice'President: l. F. C Representative: Co. Captain, Naval Unit, U. S. C. Sumter, S. C. LL.B. Law School Honor Board. Monclcs Corner, S. C. LL.B ARTHUR EDWARD ATKlNSON, JR. E. B. BLACKMON Darlington, S. C. LL.B. Orangeburg, S. C. LL.B ABERNATHY ADAMS ALLEN ATKINSON BAILEY BAKER BISHOP BLACKMON l54 BOINEAU BOYLSTON BRIDGES BROOKS CALDWELL CARTER qLAy CLAYTON IEE ROBERT T. BOINEAU Boylcin, S. C. LL.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. SAM UEL L. BOYLSTON Anderson, 'f4'3iBai.g5lli A 'll LL.B. Springfield, S. C. LL.B. JUSTIN A. BRlDGES Ware Shoals, S. C. LL.B. Honor Council. K . "Rial ii 1'Bf T LOVIC A BRO 'J 'T3 A'ii'4'R 3 . W ' Tug 1950 l J 'B 1 JAM ES NEEL CARL mb. ELL cOiumbaa,QS9c. ' ' 'r'l:L.B. Phi Kappa Sigma, Vice-President: Y. M. C. A., Secretary. Editor News Letter: Westminster Fellowship, President, Treasurer, State Treasurer: lnterfraternity Council, President: Omicron Delta Kappa: Kappa Sigma Kappa: Law Federation: Cotillion Club: Dean's List: Clariosophic Literary Society, Critic, Treasurer, Sergeant-at-Arms' "Gamecoclr" Stalztg Garnet and Black, Religious Editor. JOE K. CARTER, JR. Danville, Va. LL.B. ROBERT A. CLAY Greenville, S. C. LL.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. TURNER CLAYTON Raleigh, N. C. LL.B. Law Federation. p 5 ..' YW, . Senior Law JOHN C. CONWAY JOHN ECK Charleston, S. C. LL.B. Gastonia, N. C. Law Federation: Library Committee. Secretary-Treasurer: Newman Club: Charleston County Club: Transfer from Clemson College. LAVERNE G. FUNDERBURK Beaufort, S. C. CHARLES F. DAWES Columbia, S. C. LL.B. Pi Kappa Phi, Pi Kappa Deltag U. S. C. Debate Team. I-I. W. DAETWYLER EDWARD L. GARRETT Summerton, S. C. LL.B. Bennettsville, S. C. FOY W. DICKSON, JR. Fort Mill, S. C. LL.B. Euphraclian Literary Society, Vice-President, Literary Critic, Treasurer: CHARLES GIBSON Kappa Sigma Kappa: Phi Delta Phi, Magister: S. C. Law Quarterly, , Business Manager. COlUrT1tDl61 CONWAY DAWES DAETWYLER DICKSON ECK FUNDERBURK GARRETT GIBSON 156 Xt., GOODALL GREEN HALFORD HAMILTON HARRIS HOLCOMBE IRWIN JAY L. S. GOODALL Columbia, S. C. LL.B. Phi Delta Phi, Exchequer. ROBERT I-I. GREEN Columbia, S. C. LL.B. RAYMOND GAINES I'IALI:ORD Columbia, S. C. LL.B. Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Delta Sigma Pi, President, Scribe: "GamecocIc' Canterbury Club: Associate Editor of Freshman I-Iandboolc: Outstand- ing Among Carolina Students, I948: Omicron Delta Kappa, Secretary' Dean's Honor List: Editorial rx-x Carolina Law Quarterly: Law Ouarterly, Assistant Busine IJ : Order of Wig and Robe. Stalt: Clariosophic Literary Society: Y, M. C. A., Assistant Treasurer' Chief Justice: Law School Hono N. H. HAMILTON l A III Summerville, S. C. fi . fel -'-' , I 'I j I W I . A , - ,ljfi LL.B fgzlffn' Phi Sigma Kappa, Preside gfjgfhg. It fait-ii.. . 13.1, my 3, :': 'I 'I: d GARNEQ' if 1950 " I o , 4. P- ,I FF if vi- :il in 41715 FRED W. I-IARRI .3 W Charleston, S. C. LL.B I Law Federation: Wig and Robe. D. LAVANT HOLCOMBE Columbia, S. C. LL.B. JOHN J. IRWIN, JR. Charleston, S. C. I.I-.B SIDNEY LANIER JAY Greenville, S. C. LL.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Transfer from Furman University: Law Federa tion: Law Ouarterly, Business Manager: Phi Delta Phi: Wig and Robe WILLIAM T. KLAPMAN Columloia, S. C. HAROLD I. LINDSEY Charleston, S. C. Wig and Robe Tl-IOMAS E. L. LIPSEY Columbia, S. C. J. M. LONG, JR. Myrtle Beach, S. C. Phi Kappa Sigma. President. Senior Law FRED MCDONALD LLB. Greenville, S. C. LL.B. Kappa Alpha. JAMES D. MCKINNEY Greenville, S. C. LL.B. Law Federation. JOI-IN ALLEN MASON Columbia, S. C. LL.B. Kappa Alpha, Secretary: Omicron Delta Kappa, Vice-President: Kappa Sigma Kappa: Garnet and Black Statlf: Y. M. C. A., Treasurer, Freshman Advisor. Member ol "Y" Cabinet: Clariosophic Literary Society. Critic: "Carolina Review" Statt: Orientation Teacher: Cotillion Club: German Club: Greenwood County Club, Vice-President: Student Council: Vespers Committee: Law Federation: Member Champion Intramural Kappa Alpha Basketball Team. BURNET R. MAYBANK, JR. I-I--B- Charleston, S. C. LL.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. I I KLAPMAN MCDONALD LINDSEY LIPSEY LONG MCKINNEY MASON MAYBANK l58 MAYS MENGEDOHT MLICKENFUSS NABERS NEELEY NELSON NETTLES NEXSEN MARSHALL T. MAYS Greenwood, S. C. LL.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon: U. S. Naval Academy, B.S., l945: South Caro- lina Law Quarterly, Editor-in-Chief: Beaux Arts. LANVILLE l'l. MENGEDOI-IT Charleston, S. C. LL.B. Law Federation: Canterbury Club: Law Quarterly Staff, Case Editor, Transfer from The Citadel. WILLIAM FREDERICK MLICKENFLISS, JR. Charleston, S. C .My LLB. Sigma Nu. rl, X: xl Y z 'Ir-x ' JAMES M. NABERS , ,- ' A . ' 1 Mil:- Sumter, S. C. I ISS LL.B ' lug Sit NET BLA an s o 'SN ky o r as a- 1 1lIZurrrlW' gd. -1 ,-- ,YL I - Y I V mm M. BOYD NEELEY Columbia, S. C. LL.B. HENRY C. NELSON, JR. Hemingway, S. C. LL,B, Phi Kappa Sigma, President, Vice-President: lnteriraternity Council Secretary: Cotillion Club: Clariosophic Literary Society: Y. M. C. A. Westminster Fellowship. JOHN L. NETTLES Beaufort, S. C. LL.B Euphradian Literary Society, President: Omicron Delta Kappa, Presi dent: Kappa Sigma Kappa: "Gamecoct" Statt, Sports Editor: Fresh man Y. M. C. A., President. JLILIAN J. NEXSEN Kingstree, S. C. LL.B Phi Beta Kappa: Wig and Robe, Chief Justice. Senior Law BASIL S. NORRIS I-IopI4ins, S. C. LL.B. Alpha Tau Omega: Euphradian Literary Society: Orientation Instructor. MILLS NLINN York, S. C. LLB. JAMES E. O,SI-IIELDS Whitmire, S. C. LL.B. C. D. PADGETT Columbia, S. C. IB.S.I LL.B. JAMES NANCE PARR Newberry, S. C. LL.B. Lambda Chi Alpha: Interfraternity Council: Wig and Robe. GRADY LESLIE PATTERSON, JR. CaIhoun EaIIs, S. C. LL.B Kappa Sigma: Law Federation: I-Ionor Council: Cotillion CIub. EDWARD P. PERRIN Spartanburg, S. C. LL.B Alpha Tau Omega: Phi Delta Phi: CotiIIion CIub: Spartanburg County CIub. President: Wig and Robe: German CIub: Law Federation: Stu dent Council: Omicron Delta Kappa: Beaux Arts. JOI-IN ROBERT PETERS Brunson, S. C. LL.B Lambda Chi Alpha: Y. M. C. A., President, Freshman: Cotillion Club Wig and Robe: Student Body Vice-President: Clariosophic Literary Society. NORRIS NUNN PARR PATTERSON O'SI-IIELDS PADGETT PERRIN PETERS V. .2 H. S P21 . , gg RAMAN RICHARDSON ROBINSON ROGERS SANDERS SAVEDGE SHIPLEY SIMPSON JAMES RAMAN Spartanburg, S. C. GRADY D. RICHARDSON Gresham, S. C. IB.S.I WILLIAM A. ROBINSON, JR. Easley, S. C. IA.B.I Sigma Chi. JOSEPH O. R676 . ,, A - 1 , 1. -, z Columbia, ST II. 0 I I I. QM R:lI:, ,I TI 'Iw i' . GARNEIIN ANU 950 MN .IIIIM III -:Arr I JAMES C. SANDERS Charleston, S. C. OSCAR EUGENE SAVEDGE WadmaIaw Island, S. C. WILLIAM L. SHIPLEY Sumter, S. C. Lambda Chi AIpI'xa. THOMAS P. SIMPSON Columbia, S. C. IA.B.I LL.B LL.B LL.B LL.B LL.B LL.B LL.B LL.B Senior Law THOMAS HUGH SiMRILL, JR. FRED H. STRICKLAND Columijal 5, Q, LLB, Chester, S. C. LL.B. Delta Sigma Pi: Y. M. C. A.. Freshman President: Clariosophic Literary Society: Chester County Club, President: Carolina Veterans Organiza- tion, Vice-President and Secretary: Honor Council, Law School. GERALD W. SMITH Summerville, S. C. LL.B. GEORGE M' STUCKEV Pi Kappa Phi, Pledgemaster: Athletic Representative: lnterfraternity Blshopvllle' S' C' LLB' Council: Block "C" Club: intramural Championship Tackle Football Alpha Tau Omega, President, Treasurer: lnterfraternity Council, TC5mIGEffT15U Club- President: Westminster Fellowship: German Club, Senior Leader: Honor Council: Clariosophic Literary Society, Treasurer: University Chorus, Business Manager: A. E. D.: Orientation instructor: Law Federation: Vice-Chairman ot Social Committee of Law School: MORTIMER FENTON SMITH Y' M- C' A- C0U"'C'l- r r Orangeburg, MARVIN 'WINDALL Law School Honor Council: Law Quarterly, Advertising Manager. Marion, S. LL.B. Law Federation: Chairman Library Committee, Law School. AL BERNARD SOLOMON Jorin of-xvio vicKERv, JR. Charleston, S. C. LL.B. Qemai, 5. Q, LLB, Wig and Robe. Clerk of Court. Law Federation. SIMRILL SMITH.G.W. SMITH, M.F. SOLOMON STRICKLAND STUCKEY TYNDALL VICKERY lb? WALTON WATSON WHALEY WILSON WINTER SETH THOMAS WALTON, JR. Asheville, N. C. LL.B Pi Kappa Phi: German Club. ALBERT W. WATSON Columbia, S. C. LL.B Kappa Sigma: Law Federation, Vice-President: Pi Kappa Delta. Vice President, President: University Debate Team: Baptist Student Union Member Executive Council. HAMILTON H. WHALEY Columbia, S. C. LL.B YORK L. WILSO - s Rocls Hill., S. EE . LL.B Eupliradian Literary 1 5"-filzreslrman Football: Varsity Baseball F , C1157 QQ W fm, I Ii GARN BLA 1950 I DAVID MCKEW 'A.-!5ll!1R7".lR. Columbia, S. C. LL.B International Relations Club: Law Federation, Social Committee Booster Club: Y. M. C. A. W HARRY L. CLINE ...,. JOHN CLJMBEE ...,,..., BERNARD D. DUSENBLJRY. .. ROBERT W. FOSTER .A.. JAMES M. GRAHAM .... BENNY R. GREER. .. .. DOUGLAS OTIS JONES. EDWARD B. LATIMER, .. WILBUR H. LAWRENCE, WINFIELD T. MARTIN. .. LEWIE GRIFFITH MERRITT, JR.. RICHTER H. MOORE, JR. . .. H. V. SANDIFER ...... WILLIAM H. SEALS .... E. LESTER STRINGER .... MELVILLE C. WILSON ....... Junior Law . .... Gaffney, S. C Ridge Spring, S. C .. . .FIorence, S. C .. .CI1arIeston, S. C McCIeIIanviIIe, S. C .......Greer,S.C ,Spar'canburg, S. C ..NavaI Base, S. C .. .EFIingI'1am, S. C .. .GreenviIIe, S. C W. Columbia, S. C . ..... Mayo, S. C .,..Bamberg, S. C ....DiIIon, S. C . . . .St Louis, Mo .N. Charleston, S. C 4 Freshman Law 0 GEORGE E. BLACKMON ,,.,. JAMES C. BLANTON AA... E. N. BRANDON A...... EDWARD BROOKER ..... WALLACE DICKERSON ..,... W. JERRY FEDDER .,.,. . G. H. GRANT .,,.......,... HUGH JOE JOHNSON ..... PETE G. KONDUROS ........ SAMUEL PHILLIPS MANNING I65 JOHN O. BROOM .,.,.,.... THOMAS DAVID SLOAN ..,.. P. C. TAALAPATAS .... ,.... . CHARLES S. BERNSTEIN ..... THOMAS BERRY ...... ....,. . .St. George,S.C .. .CI1arIeston, S. C I-Ieath Springs, S. C ... .NicIioIs, S. C . .... CIover, S. C ....Augusta, Ga ....CoIumbia, S. C RAYMOND COLUMBUS DAVIS. . .CoIumbia, S. C ..Spartanburg, S. C . ...... EasIey, S. C . .Spar'canburg, S. C HENDRI GORDON HUMPHRIES. .CoIumbia, S. C WILLIAM THOMAS IVEY. ...... ...Laurens, S. C W. B. JAMES ............ ..... G reenville, S. C . .. .Cowpens, S. C . . . .AncIerson, S. C . Spartanburg, S. C .Fountain Inn, S. C . . . .CoIumbia, S. C JESSE EULLIE WHITTINGTON .... CoIumbia,S.C JOHN E. WILLIAMS, JR. ....... CoIumbia,S.C MELVIN K. YOUNTS ........ . .Fountain lnn,S.C Pl-ll ALP!-IA DELTA There being but one legal fraternity in the University of South Carolina Law School at the beginning of the fall semester, it became evident that another was needed. Going on the assumption, all other national fra- ternities were thoroughly investigated and their representatives contacted. As a -iii result of such investigations, Phi Alpha Delta was the unanimous 2':, fthe group who were later to be the charter members of the newly chapter of the national organization. Phi Alpha Delta was of the many opportunities it offers for professional service and fellowship. formal initiation and installation ceremony was held in the Cham- bersroif the'Supreme Court of South Carolina on November 30, 1949. The Ceremonytitiitas conducted by Mr. Justice Edmonds, Associate Justice of the, Court of California and Supreme Justice of the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity. A visiting initiating team from Stephens Chapter at the University of Georgia performed the initiation. Following the initiation and installation ceremony, a banquet was held at the Wade I66 Sitting, Lett to Right: N. B. HOLTON, University ot Georgia, J. J. LENIOR, University of Georgia, DOUGLAS L. EDMONDS, Supreme Court of Caliiorniag JACK TIPTON, University ot Georgia, C. CLOUD MORGAN, Macon, Georgia: DAVID JONES, University ot Georgia, W. A. W'ALL, University ot Georgia, ROBERT JONES, University ot Georgia. Standing: HOWARD K. WILLIAMSON, WILLIAM SAMUEL BAKER, JR.. ALTON L. OGIER, HARRY L. CLINE, ROBERT H. GREEN, JOHN E. ECK, GRADY L. PATTERSON, JR., DAVID M. WINTER. JR., HAROLD I. LINDSEY, LIJTHER M. LEE, JOHN M. SCHOEIELD, WALTER B. VeHAUN, EMMETT B. GRESHAM, DAVID E. RIPPETOE. MARVIN B. POSTON, EDWARD B. LATIMER, WILLIAM O. PARKER, CHARLES J. BAKER, JR., RICHTER H. MOORE, JR., JACK T. EDMLJND, JACOB O. CIILCLASURE, JR. Hampton Hotel, at which time Supreme Justice Edmonds presented the charter to William S. Balcer, Jr., Justice ot the new Pinclcney Chapter. The charter members are: William S. Baker, Jr., Justice, David M. IWinter, Jr., Vice-Justice, Harold I. Linlcsey, Clerk, Harry L. Cline, Treasurer, Marvin B. Poston, Marshal, Charles J. Balcer, Jr., Jacob O. Culclasure, John E. Eclc, Jr., Jaclc T. Edmund, Robert H. Green, Edward B. Latimer, Luther M. Lee, Richter H. Moore, Jr., Alton L. Ogier, Wil- liam O.. Parlcer, Grady L. Patterson, David E. Rippetoe, Jr., Walter B. Vehaun, Howard K. Williamson. The purpose ot Phi Alpha Delta is to form a strong bond among the members of the ditterent classes at the various law schools, to form a strong linlc between the schools and their Former students, to establish a widespread exchange tor the inter- change ot business, information, and matter ot common interest to the members oi the Eraternity, to promote social and intellectual intercourse among its members, to aid the development oi Fraternal and brotherly sentiments, to cultivate a closer bond ot friendship and the attainment of a higher and broader culture than that attorded by the regular college course, and to foster, under the intluence of intimate friendships, those principles that tend to torm a higher type ot manhood. PH! DEL TA Pl-ll ln the fall, Calhoun lnn of the International Legal Fraternity of Phi Delta Phi, was reactivated. Between T928 and 1942, this group of law students was extremely active and progressive. With the beginning of hostilities Calhoun lnn became inactive and remained so until this Fall. p The purposes and objectives of this organization are to promote a higher standard of professional ethics and culture in this law school and in the profession at large. lt'risfi.fel't .,,V that a complete legal education cannot be acquired through Xybooks antiliiggicifassroom lectures alone. Therefore professional programs are pian'ne'd leading attorneys, in an informal way, point out some of the practical problems which face the practicing lawyer. ln this way an insight is obtained of what to expect after graduation. Some of the speakers of T949 were: f-l. I-I. Edens, Edwin Cooper, Muller Kreps, and Roy Lind. Members among the faculty are: J. E. Belser, C. B. Elliott, W. T. Elliott, W. C. Jennings, and F. C. Roberts. I68 ar... -.-".':2S First Row, Left to Right: LOVIC A. BROOKS, JR., DAVID C. BRYAN, JR., JOHN L. NETTLES, FOY W. DICKSON, JR.: E. WILLIAM HUTCHINSON, RALPH BAILEY, JR., LEON S. GOODALL. Second Row: BENJAMIN GOLDBERG, D. LEVANTE I-IOLCOMBE, ARTHUR ROSENBLOOM, ROBERT D. SHUMPERT, FRANCES H. FAIRLEY, SETH THOMAS WALTON, JR., WARREN P. JUSTICE, EUGENE G. HINSON, JR., ROBERT W. FOSTER, WILLIAM H. SEALS. Third Row: JOHN A. MASON, MORTIMER F. SMITH, BARNEY D. DUSENBURY, KENNETH RENTIERS, BASIL S, NORRIS, MARSHALL T. MAYS, JOHN D. WISENHUNT, EDWARD P. PERRIN, THOMAS P. SIMPSON. LANVILLE H. MENGEDOHT, FRED H. STRICKLAND. JAMES N. CALDWELL, JR., SIDNEY L. JAY. FALL FOY W. DICKSON, JR. ROBERT W. FOSTER LEON S. GOODALL . EDWARD P. PERRIN . OFFICERS Magister . . Clerk Exchequer Historian SPRING EDWARD P. PERRIN . BASIL S. NORRIS . RALPH BAILEY . . . LANVILLE MENGADAHT OFFICERS Magister . CIerI4 Exchequer Historian Z: 0144, 2626264 vmiic yivfczffgc 'Qizmwiff iw iff . 1 fm, .Wm 3. F' in . , ,E , Y Q .Q fi iss AG-if iw fa? 5 "--T5 w s 1 A ' .Aff YV, V V' 1 5: . M1597 1, Msn , me f S K 5 --MP i S i E Z E I A 5 g gms--,dx x-. 0 I 5 ? .E 1 -. K is . -K WN . 2 Q' Q , , .,.,.? X 1 5 -ill i ,tax , ASW 1 vs -iw ws, -QQ Q Q QQ 'I 5 zz 551- X"-Q? wx. QE 3 .fri Wg! , wifiifw .H 2, gg? K X kd L, . Qfgggv t M .4 ii. , . .-.. -Y GEORGE WRIGHT BARBARA MCSWAIN TOMMY AND HARRY, WORKING OVER DETAILS. STUDENT Student Councilis m a i n ettorts during I949-50 were spent in trying to raise campus spirit. The council lelt that these years were crucial ones lor the school, because in I949, lor the tirst time since the war, the freshman class was straight from high school. Most ol the veterans had either settled into college life or graduated, and the laces on the cam- pus were beginning to look like those during the pre-war days. Councilis big project was the setting up of a Freshman "rat court". Working with Kappa Sigma Kappa, student council organized a rat week to begin a week belore the Carolina- Clemson game. During the week freshmen were required to accumulate a certain number ol points by carrying out uppercIassmen's orders. The night belore the game a rat court was held lor freshmen who Failed to get enough points. Student Council worked closely with the 'Gamecocki' in planning elections and pep rallies. A column in the 'KGamecock,' was CQLJNCII. devoted to reporting the council meetings so that the student body would Icnow what its governing body was doing. George Wright as student body president was Friendly and capable in dealings with both students and Iaculty. Other otticers were: Bob Peters, vice-president, Barbara McSwain, secretary, and Phil Pearce, treasurer. Members were: class presidents-Tommy Macllie, Joe Stringer, Joe Ingram and Joe Pearce. Arts and Sciences-Dick Dunham, Charlie Jones, Erench CD,ShieIds, Barbara Ral- tield, Carolyn Dabbs and Ruth Stone. Phar- macy-Charlie Plaxco, and Bill Long. Business Administration-I-larry Bell, Jim I-Iorton, Jimmy Dye, Charles Golorth, Frank Martin, Buster Van Keuren and Dan Winesett. Law School Representatives-I-larry Cline and Pat Perrin. Engineering-Legare Addison, James Martin, Jim Thomson and Bob Whitesides. Journalism-Jem Newbury. Education- Larry Cunningham, Richard Mclnvaill and Betty Ortman. BOB AND PI-IIL TAKE TIME EOR A PICTURE MAY THE BEST MAN NXXINI l-l G N G lQ KESQSEECZND B G A IQ D The l-lonor Board went all out this year to BETTY MOOD promote honesty and integrity among Carolina stuclents. This group could not have clone the job alone, but sought the interest anol cooperation ol every student and Faculty member on the Campus. HONESTY , . . THE BEST POUCY '--...,...,-" AHf's'MNMvmnkwm1sh .sw.-Meg., - A,.,, : .. ,W .,,, W- H. -N,.t...,,,,,4...f i-,s,.,..f--e-1,-,g,,g1..,,aM ,v,s,.!.-i,,,,,wp,!p,,.,mg-1-.M mmm. to f-1-M-.,mm,,,,. WATCH OUT, KEN-DOUBLE JUSTICE' Board members were assigned to each Iac- ulty group, national sorority, national Irater- nity, and service group on the campus to instruct on the honor principle, and to receive any suggestions from these groups. The Board believed that the students ol Carolina could be reached most ettectively through the Iac- ulty members, and sought to solicit the Iull cooperation ol each member in upholding the principle in the classrooms. It is hoped that the comparatively Iew number ol infractions this year is a sign that the I-Ionor System is worlcing better. ANOTI-IER REGISTRATION LINE DEALT IN FAIR PLAY. . .- 1. ... -. 7. .-, -f.--. .v.V1...-. W K. 1 . I' . . E amet dBIack JE ,a,. I. - . ' CAROLYN AND BETTY-PI.I,IS THOSE CLASS SECTION FILESI ELSE? FRANCES AND DAVID-A GOOD WORKING TEAM! I78 Your T950 Garnet and Black is now ott the press alter much work, worry, and wonderment. At times this sacred volume has been both a trial and a tribulation, but all have enjoyed the slavery. The whole statt hopes that you will tind their work a tultillment of your highest expectations ol what a college annual should be. For the tirst time in its history, the Garnet and Black has tinally been included in the student activities tee. Instead of the usual 55.00, you now get your annual tree except lor the small charge of SI.00 tor your class section picture. By next year the conlusion that confronted us in September when the administration made this change ought to be cleared up. hoped that some system for taking the pictures can be arranged every student on the campus can have his picture in the yearbook. The weekly meetings ol the Editorial Statt on Tuesday and the Business Statl on Thursday helped keep every one alert to the comingjdeadlkinefsg These deadlines were met by a mad rush at the last minutejlftoigetisalli the work together to turn over to the engravers and printers..sgiQfECfn1mygTeaI kept us supplied with some ot the best annual photographsfffvieivei'ever seen. While he was busy on the campus, Ed Toal was workingto 'getfall our individual shots to us. With this combination plus a working statt, the annual went to press. Now we can sit back and hold our breath until we get the campus reaction to our hard work. The Statt of the I950 Garnet and Black has endeavored to give you a book that you can cherish along with other memories ol your college lite. BEWARE . . . TI-IE FINAL DEADLINE IS UPON US! Ria, , if CHANDLER IJETI AND HIS ENDLESS BETTY AND SUZANNE AND THAT LOVELY WORK. BEAUTY SECTION. ANN AND GLORIAATHAT TYPING MUST BE DONE ' , ,Q-.r " J LLAU 4 , GINGER AND JIMMY WORKING ON THE LITTLE EXTRAS THAT MAKE A BOOK. Garnet and EDITORIAL STAFF ANNE DAVIS ....... Editor-in-Chief CAROLYN ALCORN . . . . CIass Editor FRANCES TUTTLE . . . Organization Editor SUZANNE MOYE . . . . Social Editor CI-IANDLER JOSEY . . . Sports Editor VIRGINIA DOLAN . . Feature Editor JIMMY MASON . . . Art Editor GLORIA I-IALL . . . Copy Editor ANN CRAIG ........ Index Editor BUSINESS STAFF DORIS MQCLARY ..... Business Manager JEANNETTE BEASLEY, JOE PEARCE . Assistants BARBARA FOWLER . . . CircuIation Manager FRANCES WEEKS . . . Advertising Manager WANDA EDWARDS . . Organization Manager "" r " rf W - ' IARBARA WORKED HARD To SELL OUR FRANCES BROUGHT IN THE ADS BY OOK. THE BOX FULL. BIGCIQ JOE AND JEANNETTE WERE INDISPENSABLE. Along with these statt members, the Iol- lowing worked to get the book out: Betty Cameron, Ed Royal, Charmaine Nutt, Carolyn Smith, David Crum, Buddy I-Iendrick, Betty Wilson, Jack Crowley, Frank Epps, Cornelia Burnett, Catherine Bowen, Ann Davis, Pat Bass, Martha I-Ielen Sawyer, Pat Patrick, Dick Polen, Nora Ann Orland, Jacquelyn Stukes, Betty Moore, Sarah Dixon, Ann Darsey, Bar- bara Judy, Eredda Paulie, Margaret Cannon, Nancy Gary, and Jackie Phillips. Although these people held no otticial position, the Garnet and Black could not have gone to press without their help. WANDA KEPT AFTER THE ORGANIZA TIONS TO GET THEIR CONTRACTS IN J, i 2,746 GAM ECCDCK JOE MOLONY, Pall Editor-in-Chief RLJDY igiygfqgl Spring EMO, in Q1 ef It must have been the Peabody Report which gave "The Garnecoclc' its push in the tall. Editor Joe Molony hit the campus and state between the eyebrow and hairline with the idea ot con- solidation. What was the Peabody Report and Consolidation? lt was the tuel tor editorial tires such as have become the custom and duty ot the lively 'iGamecoclcH. FALL STAFF JCDSEPI-l A. MOLQNY ...... Editor-in-Chiei RUDQLPH RIVERS ...... Managing Editor JOHN WALTHER . . . Business Manager JANE DOWE ..... . . Society Editor LLCDYD HUNTINGTCDN . . Sports Editor JACK MCRGAN .... , News Editor WILBUR l-l. McCARTI-lA . . Campus Editor RUTl-l M. KLECKLEY . . . Copy Editor PAUL B. EOSTER ........ Eeature Editor ELIZABETH KNCWLTCN .... Exchange Editor PAUL J. ElELD .... Assistant Business Manager JANE DOWE Managing Edit lACK WALTHER Editor Editor Editor Editor OLGA T EDWARDS News Editor PAUL J EIELD Assistant Business Manager lite QtZl4f16COCZ Few ol its subscribers noticed, but "The Gamecoclc, had its wings clipped early in the tall. Down lrom the Banner came the proud boast, i'l.argest College Vfeelcly in the Carolinasf' This was the result ot a general advertising slump. With eight pages to tot- ter around on, the paper still shouted its detiance, remembering that it had talcen the highest ol all ratings over college newspapers in its class For three consecutive years. Ot course the overwhelming majority ol Females which have descended on "The Gamecoclcn in recent semesters began to malse their impression in the Spring when the entire editorial statt, with the exception oi two captives, was Feminine. One male was JACK MORGAN LLOYD l-lUNTl NGTON Sports Editor f' , 'ut Q offezye Ji t'if1'.7ni!9e'c heard to remark that the industry, initiative, and etticiency of the girls was terrible to con- template. What became of the customary alter-midnight parties of former statts? Looking into the past is errie when it is the past ol the 1949-50 "Gamecoclc". There is the trembling memory of the big Thursday edition when the Bird-Tiger clash was pre- dicted with the streamer, "P-o-o-o-o-r C-l-e-m-m-m-m-s-o-n-n-nf' And the explosive front page scoop on the president's "No Comment" to the question of consolidation. Other little headaches were the erratic man- ners with which reporters met deadlines tive hours late, 80-odd active campus groups clamoring For a spot on the Front page, etc. RUTH KLECKLEY Copy Editor WILBER MCCARTHA Carolinas Iiterary publication went in October to the annual convention ol the South Carolina College Press Association, held this year at Con- verse College, and came away in its tirst contest competition with more awards than any other publication represented. In addition to being judged the best college magazine in the state, the Ulieviewi' won tirst place in Iour individual departments. TI-IEY WRITE . . . WE READ TI-IE BUSINESS STAFF BRINGS IN ADS Q I JEM NEWBURY, Spring Editor James Gerard's "Apostate" was best in the short story contest, "Aviator's Death Songi' by Osborne Gomez, once a "ReviewH editor, was the best poem, a poetic play entitled HCry the Wretchedn and submitted under the initials J. A. K. won in the one-act play division, and last yearis editor Al Munn won in the editorial department, even in competition with college newspapers. Edited by l-lubert C. Hendrix with Jem New- bury as managing editor, Jean Welch as business ANY COVER SUGGESIIONS? manager, and l-larris Graham, Rudy Rivers and Bill Davis as associate editors, the magazine continued with its 8lf3 by ll inch size with photographic covers. The tall cover was an ettective-silhouetted white Gamecoclc on a garnet background. A num- ber ol original illustrations were contributed by art statt members Jim Mason and Bart McCravy. Tom A. Teal made the cover photograph and a picture of Joe Patrone illustrating the sports Feature. The statt was composed of Neil McCaslcill, Jimmie l-lowle, Barbara Derriclc, Jack Grindley, Jaclc Morgan, Marguerite Sanders, and Wes Pat- ton lEditoriall, Jeanette Monts, Gloria l-lall, Betty Cameron, l-lerman Eckhott, and l'lelen l-larrison lBusinessl, C. W. Brown, Jr. and Suzanne Moye lArtl, Mary Denny lSecretaryl, and Betty Wilson lCirculation Managerl. Contributors for the lall issue were: short stories -Aleclq C. Clardy, Jimmie l-lowle, Jem Newbury, Andrea Chandler, Jaclc Williams, and Harris Gra- ham, articles-Professor Theodore T. Latterty, Paul B. Foster, Joe Molony, and Marrill Eurwiclcg poems --Bill Wightman, Thomas W. Martin, Rudy Rivers, Jem Newbury, and M. E. Stough, and boolf re- views-Jacl4 T. Morgan, Jack Grindley, and Harold l.. Vaughn. GEE! Tl-lEY'RE OFF THE PRESS! Established in 1928 KAPPA GAMMA OFFICERS BETTY MOOD ....,. . . President IRENE KRUGMAN . . Vice-President JANE DOWE .... . Secretary BARBARA RAFFIELD . .... Treasurer RUTH STONE . . .... Historian ANN MOOD . . . Scholarship Chairman Alpha Kappa Gamma, Women's Honorary Leadership Fraternity, started its year by tapping twelve co-eds at a leadership program in the chapel on October 14. This brought the total membership to nineteen. The principle project of the tall semester was the co-ed point system, which the fraternity drew up for the purpose of prevent- ing a co-ed from holding too many campus ottices. Irene Krugman was chairman of the committee. The system was taken to the polls on January l7. During the spring the Fraternity was busy planning its annual sorority and fraternity song tests, which were held in April. Tapping was again held at this time. Ninety per cent. of the proceeds from song Fest are used for the A. K. G. scholarship fund which lends money without interest to any student making application. Throughout the year Alpha Kappa Gamma was on hand to give service in such ways as selling TB bangles, selling tickets For the Blue Key campus dance, and assisting with the Big Thursday and University Day activities. Member- ship is limited to four per cent. oi the women students and its by invitation ltappingl only. I89 LEADERS OF OUR CO-EDS! Lvl A 'Fighting group for better Carolina-Clemson relations Blue Key is a National Honor Fraternity embodying its own motto: "l express my own life and character in what I am able to accomplish for my fellow manf' The purpose of this honorary fra- ternity is to encourage high scho- lastic standing among students, citizenship, and to promote interest in student activities through a study of student problems. Une ol the main contributions ot Blue Key to Carolina each year is the publication of the Blue Key Directory, ot which AI Munn was editor. This directory is published as a help to students in tinding home addresses and school addresses ol Fellow students and ol the faculty and administration. A special Feature ol the Directory is the pages devoted to sororities and Fraternities and other campus organi- zations, which are ol special interest to each and every student. Otticers and members ot Blue Key For the Fall Term were: Frank Eppes, President, Spruce McCain, Vice-President, John J. James, Secre- tary-Treasurer, Rudy Rivers, Corresponding Secretary, AI Munn, Alumni Secretary, Bill Goudeloclr, Ben Greer, Richard l-lardy, Ken Leland, Art Rosenblum, and George Wright. Honor . . . Leadership . . . Service . . . Qmicron Delta Kappa Chi Circle is one of over sixty Circles of Omicron Delta Kappa, National Leader- ship l-lonor Society, which have been established in the leading colleges and universities throughout the United States of America to give recognition for excellence and etticiency in all college activities, to bring together the most representative men in each phase oi campus life, and to bring the students and faculty together For their mutual understanding. The Local Circle was established in 1997 and since that time has taken an active part in student leadership. lts membership is awarded on the basis of character and specified eligibility. To be eligible one must be oi excellent character, of at least junior standing, in the upper 35 per cent. oi the male students scholastically, and must have earned at least lOO points under the ODK point system which awards points in the Following tields: Scholarship, Leadership, Athletics, Social and Religious Atlairs, Publica- tions and Dramatics. Projects undertaken were the Annual ODK Awards Day, Fraternity Scholarship Cup, stimulation oi student competition for the various medals and awards given by the University. Discussions were held on Student-Faculty Relations, Religion and the Campus, Coordination oi student objectives and other timely topics of interest to the University Campus. Jack Nettles was president for the Fall Term and John Mason for the Spring Term. 192 ,LEADERSHIP Membership 1949-50: Jim Dallas, Bob Thoren, John Mason, Cyrus Shealy, Bill ljfilutchinson, Melton Kligman, Jim Caldwell, Raymond Hal- ford, Jack Nrettles, Tommy Macliie, Bob Solomons, Eric Oppenheimer, Marshall Mays, Ed Royall, Pat Perrin, Charles Jones, Bert Wheeler, Bob Petersff S ' Mr. Ralph Lewis, Alumni Secretary, Prof. Milledge Seigler and Prof. James D., Sumner, Faculty Members, Prol. Charles B. Elliott and Prol. R. M. Stephan, l-lonorary Members. Members elected at end ol 1949 Spring Semester: Julius Baggett, Herbert Berger, Kenneth Bull, Sidney Jones, Jr., Oliver Littlejohn, Jr., Gray McCalley, Jim Thomas, and David Gaston, l-lonorary Member. Kappa Sigma Kappa was organized at the Qt' Q., I. 2 KA PPA Born to serve a better Carolina FALL TERM OFFICERS BENNY R GREER ......... President WILLIAM I-I. SEALS . . . . VicefPresident CHARLES A. JONES . . . . Recording Secretary WILLIAM T. DOMINEY ....... Treasurer RAYFORD D. GAMBRELL . . Corresponding Secretary DICK DLINHAM . . . . . Sergeant-at-Arms BOB TI-IOREN . .... Scribe l94 University in the IaII of IQQ7. It is an honor- service organization with the purpose, "That through a more perfect cooperation the mem- bers might in part repay their obIigations to this University For its immeasurable service to them." K. S. K. has undertaken many projects of service to the schooI this year. Many ot them are not reaIized by the student body, such as: repair of brick walksg Iighting ot Iibrary at nightg distribution of telephone directories in dormitoriesg and beautification of the cam- pus. Outstanding among its proiects were: "Rat Week" prior to "Big Thursdaynp saIe of 'irati' caps and a "Variety Shown to raise funds Ior the McKissick Memorial Scholarship Fund. K. S. K. sponsors the Beauty Pageant For the selection of the May Queen and ar- ranges the May Day Coronation. It hoIds the annuaI "University Dayn, and co-sponsors the Hpowder Bowln game. Members of K. S. K. serve as ushers at the football games. The Iraternity is striving to promote more schooI spirit. It has secured a thoroughbred gamecock, "Snutty,' tor use as the Carolina mascot. SIGMA KAPPA SPRING TERM WILLIAM I-I. SEALS . . CHARLIE MQDADE . WI-IIT PLOWDEN . . SAM SOROTA .... WILLIAM T. DOMINEY . JOE STRINGER . . . JACK WALTI-IER . M fx OFFICERS . . . . . President . . . Vice-President . . Recording Secretary . . . . . Treasurer Corresponding Secretary . . Sergeant-at-Arms . . . . . Scribe Shortly alter the opening ot the South Carolina College in 1805, two literary societies were born to replace the original Philomathic, one ol the groups took the name Clariosophic Society. This society has survived for more than 147 years and points with pride to the many great men who gained their tirst bit ot speech training within her walls. l-langing from the walls ol the Clariosophic Society today are portraits of outstanding men in national and state history. Leaders as great speakers, statesmen and almost every other tield of endeavor. Men with ability, ideas and ideals. During the past season the Clariosophic Society has enjoyed one ol its most successful years. A new neon sign now shines proudly over her doors to welcome all Carolina students into her hall. This year the Society paid tribute to Professor Christophersen by presenting him with an honorary membership. Each week debates were held by members of the society in an endeavor to teach its members to think on his Feet, and to express his thoughts easily, convincingly, and clearly. I96 This year the Society added many new names to its roll, many promi- nent South Carolina spealcers came to her halls to spealc, its party with the Euphradian Society was enjoyed by all, and its annual political rally was highly successful. FALL OFFICERS SPRING OFFICERS ED ROYALL ....... . . President GENE ROGERS ROY BERRY . . Vice-President JIM CONDON . . . JIM CONDON . . . Secretary JACK CROWLEY RAY BERRY . . . Treasurer ROGER KlRVEN GENE ROGERS . . .... Critic ED COTTINGHAM . . JOl'lN BANKI-lEAD . Sergeant-at-Arms BEN EIDSON . JACK CROWLEY . . Publicity Director KEN POWELL . "ln her walls we learned to speak" s9l! . . President . Vice-President . . Secretary . Treasurer . . . . Critic Sergeant-at-Arms Publicity Director if X N N:-Q' ' During the Fall Semester the name ol the society was otticially ctianged to ttie Euplwra- dian Society, omitting tlwe word "literary," This action was taken because tlie society is primarily based upon debating, oratory, declamatory, and tlie discussion ol current events wlwiclw attect our scliool, state and nation. If a word were to be substituted lor uliteraryn, ulorensici' would be ttie most applicable. Since its founding in l8Oo tl'1e Euplwradian Society lwas lwad l43 years ol continual prog- ress, brol4en only by tlie years ot ttie war between tl'ie states. its success can best be measured by tlwe number ol statesmen and sctiolars tliat tiaye comprised its memberslwip. We will fight our Country's battlesl' l98 The 1949-50 school year was no exception, and many note- worthy achievements were accomplished. The Euphradian hall was completely renovated and many improvements are still in progress. lts membership has been greatly increased. Floor discussions and speeches have been stressed with much en- thusiasm shown by the members. GFFICERS BlLL SEALS . . . .... . . President FOV W. DKKSON . . Vice-President BILL GIBBS .... . Secretary ERIC OPPENHEIMER . . . Treasurer ARTHUR ROSENBLUM . . . Literary Critic Speakers, clebaters, and talkers ! I-IYPATIAN S Q 5 ' 00 With a membership ot over thirty at the beginning oi the tall semester, l-lypatian set to work to bring a "well-ordered elocutionn to its number. Work was continued on a biography For USC professors which is being compiled as one of the main projects ot the society. Programs tor the bi-monthly meetings included debates, poetry reading, criticisms, and several outside speakers. ZOO After mid-semester, some twenty neophytes learned the pledge les sons ol l-lyioatian and in due time were initiated into the society. Member ship is restricted to those students with a MBU average in English. Before initiation, new members were honored with a tea given in Sims Music Room. Otticers ol the organization tor the tall semester were: MARGIE TEAGUE . ELIZA HERNDON . OLGA EDWARDS . JOANNE WEAVER . MAY HERBERT . . NORA ANN OELAND All this and . . . President . Vice-President . Secretary . . Treasurer . . Critic . . Chaplain brains, too! UPI-IRCDSYN Euphrosynean Literary Society was organ- ized on the Carolina campus in N94 under the leadership ot Miss Dillard, the Dean ot Women. The purpose ot the society is the training and encouragement of citizenship, scholarship and activity. Meetings were held tni-monthly in Euphra- dian Hall under the leadership ot Carolyn Bustnee, the president tor the Fall Semester. Forums . . . Speeches . . . Debates . . . Talks . . 202 The members participated in various activities among which were a forensic tournament with the t-lypatian Literary Society and a debate by members ot 'iEuphrosi' entitled 'Resolved-The Seating Arrangement tor Football Games is Good". Various talks and speeches were heard throughout the year and proved both interesting and entertaining to the members. EALL SPRING CAROLYN BUSBEE .... . . President DQRIS Mcgijxgy JEAN BISHGP .... . , Secretary ELLEN SCHOEIELD . PAULA l-lARRlS . . . Treasurer Lou oswfxtu . . . critic ANN READY - - FRANCES TUTTLE . ELEANOR TEYSSlER . . Chaplain 1 4 i 1 N . f vi . President Vice-President . Secretary . . Treasurer . Critic Co-Ed The Co-Ed Association is an organi- zation designed to unite the women of Carolina in campus activities. The projects undertaken by the group are cultural as well as helpful to the needs ol the students. BERNICE PRESIDES THE ANNS' HELP. Association Under the leadership ol Bernice Cooper, president during tall semester, Co-Ed outlined its program tor the year. One project undertaken was to work For the improvement ol the chapel. This was decided upon after a careful investigation by a special committee lrom Co-Ed with a repre- sentative from the Vespers committee of the HY" and Mrs. Arney Childs, Dean ol Women, advisor. Another project undertalren was the donation ol boolcs to start a library in the intirmary. Two radios have been given to the intirmary, also. Alter the success ol the Co-Ed sponsored l-ligh School weelc-end last year, another one was held this year to acquaint high school seniors with campus liie and activities. President Sally Stevens and everyone who worlced with her made this week-end an event the girls will long remember. 205 ES SW' '--pw' :ssi- g,. ,.,,, , . '-gi mfs " 2 1 iffiqggxb-W 'W-rf pn t ,333 Q Q! fi' 4 mg- .E F 'N 55 A-asap 'I E' :.'jv!'5 "All the worId's a stage . . . The University Players are made up ol students interested in the artistic study and the presenta- tion of drama. The purpose ol the organization, as it should be with all organizations, is to help the individual build a more tulywdeveloped per- sona ity. Each member ol the University Players owes his tirst loyalty to himsel as anindividual, not to the group. This fact has been the. cause ol criticism in the pa , yet it is the only sound flags ' reati organization can exist fntdoes not arise out Iam the masses. The is-p ent d a gr r number ol plays than an.ge.ot damatic gro p in the country whe IEE eg advdra atic department. Thesf pluctio have prese ed a wide variety Siwc ' undin ' I9 , the University atr r at rfe I2 ot e ter-tainmen , while alway keeping the pur- se cEEgrSupffri mind. lpha Psi Ome , ati lie rary i n - ' ' li .. OFFICHRST. V CARL A. viNEs ....i . . P dent HARVEY oou3EN . . enf MARY sHAND . . . .iavice-Reade MARY I-IILLIARD . . . . T . s ary BARBARA DERRICK . . Historian GAMMA TAU CAST, ALPI-IA PSI OMEGA MORT BERNANKE ......... President GRIFFIN CAMPBELL . . . Executive ALPI-IA PSI OMEGA DISTRICT OF SOUTHEAST PROF. M. G. CI-IRISTOPI-IERSEN .... Chairman RUSSELL EGREEN ...... . . Secretary junction with the University Theatre organized and held Drama Day in February, I949, tor the pur- pose ot promoting drama in the Southeast. As a result, Alpha Psi Omega has organized in the southeastern states so as to make Drama Day an annual celebration. Drama Day was again held here at the Univer- sity ot South Carolina on February Q4 and 25, I95O. Representatives from a great many schools in the Southeast were present to talce part in the occasion. Thus the University Theatre has talcen a leading role in the promotion ot dramatic art in this area. University Theatre productions since the spring ol T949 have included: 'iThe Importance of Being Ernest", "Jane Eyren, "Gaslight", "Madame But- ", "The Scarecrown, "The Second Man", d "Antigone". ,un Cfawfufm fQaJw A-falfran EALL SEMESTER OFFICERS JIM SMITH ......... Station Manager ELLISON TURNER, GRAYCE WOLEE, Program Directors JIM CRAWFORD ....... Chief Announcer BILLY HAY . . . . Chief Engineer JULIA WALKER . . . .... Secretary JACK WILLIAMSON . . Business Director JIM STENCIL . . . Music Director BILL STIJBLEN . . Publicity Director OLC6 0 f C-6l1ZOXilfLd The Carolina Broadcasting Company operates on a frequency ol 640 lc. c. with carrier current transmission and is a member of the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System, a network ol college stations throughout the country. From the sott, lilting umusic to study by', to the ultra sounds ol "adventures in modern jazz", WUSC produces a variety ol programs. News, request programs, remote shows, and sports events are some of the many other Features of the station. The "Voice ol the Carolina Campus" is looking Forward to the prospects ol new studios in the Future, which will enable it to branch out into more phases ol radio, and allow its tine engineering department sutticient Facilities for giving Carolina students better reception. Mnzveagfy Cl-lCJRLJS The University Chorus has had a very busy year. During the fall semester the chorus numbered thirty-tive members and worked hard to perform two ot Johann Sebastian l3ach's ditticult cantatas: 'KCome, Redeemer ot Our Race" and 'iSleepers Wake". Soloists were Charles Jones, tenor, Ward Gailey, bass, and Miss Marie Flodges of the Music Department Faculty, soprano. Little time was available to prepare lor the Christmas Vesper Service given on December lb at the University Chapel. Following this program, the Chorus went caroling on the campus and to nearby homes. Light refreshments were served by members ot the chorus at the Pi Phi l-louse. The Spring Semester Chorus numbered sixty, and a tour ol the state was made. Director of the Chorus is Robert L. Van Doren ot the Music Depart- ment Faculty. OFFICERS CARROLL ABFRNA-ll-lY ....,, . President CHARLES JONES . . . 'ri:e-President BARBARA RAFFIELD . .... Secretary NXXILLIAM l-l. JORDAN . . . . Business Manager R . . , Ffvgt. f.,aA.gf f Q 1-,gf F 45 Q I ira "' " 1' is VM' niveuif BAN D The University Band was even better this year than last. l-lall-time res tations were better with the University Band's version ol the World ies or the Clemson game and the Medley and Ballet for the Wake F t me being the most successful. For the first time in four years the b ok trips away from Columbia-to Georgia Tech and The Citadel. ln a on to the regular functions ol the fall semester, concerned mostly with o tball games, the presentation of the spring concerts was continued. Music familiar to all was played at these concerts. 's fl, .Z . , J: Of 1 ' Y Q' : 0 . 0 O ,xg s The following were members of the band: F. Cain, M. Byrd, B. Weatherford M Cannon B Drake D Steinberg S Berry W J Jackson William Lomas H l-lornstrom J Condon E Keels F Monts R Parish G Rawls P Sawyer l-l Davis A Rivers W Weatherly T Baldwin J Maudlin J Kinbell T Thornley l-l Moore R Dallas J Helms R Bigelow M Lesley Fl Steiner D Neumann W l-linnant R Branham R Boykin W Murphy P Cunningham J Dover W Smith E Kerp J Lowe B Cloyd J W Jackson J Almy J Smitn R Barrett V Cotley R Moody E Webb J Bennett F Tanner R Gregory l-l Williams W Wilson W Long C McDonald E l-lays l-l Wellons D Slice J Nabers R Davis J Davis W l-lill F Sherer R Darling The othcers for this year were Colt A McDonald president Bill Smith vice president Jonathan C Lowe business manager Roy Moody librarian The band continued under the able direction ol Mr L A Fink ...ffl HQ! 'UQ' Delta Qmicron Delta Omicron, National Professional Music Fraternity, was organized in March, 1948. The aims ol Delta Omicron are: to help the needy, to promote American composers, and to en- courage high ethical standards. Through the etlorts ol Faculty advisors, patrons, and the members, Delta Omicron has con- tributed much to the music lite ol the campus. Otticers for the Fall semester were: Barbara Rattield, president, Mary Coclctield, vice-president, Anne Williams, secretary, Joanne Weaver, treasurer. The members ol Delta Omicron award a Senior Honor Pin to the most outstanding Senior. This year, pins were awarded to two seniors, Barbara Rattield and Joanne Weaver. 212 BARBARA RAFFIELD President COIT MQDONALD President Phi lvlu Alpha One of Carolinals newest organizations, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Pr ernity of America, received its charter on February li, l949. 's aternity is a national honorary and professional ments music frat and has as its aims, the advancement of music in America and the ering of mutual welfare and brotherhood of music students. Members are chosen from the University Band and University Chorus. Membership is based on outstanding scholarship and ability in music. The chief activities of the year centered around the observance of the three significant dates of the fraternity: Founderis Day, Chapter Day, and the Annual Program of American Music. Plans were laid to sponsor ditferent music activities during the next school year, and etforts were made to secure adequate campus facilities. Active charter members this year were: Ralph Branham, Charles Jones, Bill Jordan, Earl Kerp, Bill Long, Jonathan Lowe, Coit McDonald, Jimmy Nabers, Earle Reeves, Joe Smith, Thomas Thornley, and l-lugh P. Williamson. New members initiated were: Ralph Bigelow, John Ferrell, Daniel Newton, Bill Smith, Donald Newmann, Bill Penland, David Williams, and Roy Moody. Otficers this year were: William l-l. Jordan, national councilman, Coit A. Mc- Donald, Jr., president, James M. Nabers, vice-president, John E. Reeves, secretary, Jonathan C. Lowe, treasurer, Joe W. Smith, warden, William l-l. Long, historian. Faculty advisors were: l-l. P. Williamson, l.. A. Pink, and Robert l.. Van Doren 5 HHIEIUUE 2 ak . ,,,,kf,., FRED SOSNOWSKI President BILL DOM INEY Vice-President GEORGE WRIGHT Secretary JIM MASON Treasurer TED N EELEV Assistant Treasur The purpose of the Y. M. C. A. is to make Christ and His teachings a vital part of the life of each student. To achieve this purpose, the "Y" promotes programs, sponsors projects, and makes individual contacts. Through the s e ditterent means, the student receives aid in working out his personal problems and in forming a pattern of life which will bring him closer to God. Freshman camp was the tirst event on the "Y" calendar this year. It was ably directed by John Mason. I-lere the Freshman received an in- troduction to the ways ot college lite. Among the outstanding contributions of the Y. M. C. A. to the campus this year were the Cam- pus Discussion groups under the excellent organi- Young lYlen s zation and direction of Bert Bowers. The Carolina Christian Service Club, headed by L. C. Dimmery, has lived up to its name, taking programsto many institutions in the city and giving comfort and hope to the people there. The Deputation team under the direction ot Terrell Glenn has been more than active, visiting all parts of the state with interesting religious programs. The "Y" News- letter, co-edited by Jem Newbury, was one of the best publications on the campus. Public at- tairs were brought forcefully to the attention of students by the wide variety ot interesting speakers secured by Charlie McGill. Sadie Haw- kins Day came to a tatetul climax when the uguysn had to marry the "gals" who nabbed 'em in the annual race. Dave West was the organizer of this and other social events. The Sophomores, under the tine leadership ol Don Saunders, did an excel- lent job with the underprivileged children ol the city. Vespers was made most meaningful to the students this year under the spiritual leadership of Fred Reese. Religious Emphasis Week was one of which Carolina students may be proud. More students attended Convocations than ever before, receiv- ing both religious enlightment and Christian inspiration. R. G. Bell headed the Y. M. C. A., aided by Bert Wheeler, a valuable addition to the statt. Bertis worlq was largely with the Freshmen who have made rapid strides under his guidance. Christian Association -V - - - .W iw. .Y --TY..,., ...N .. The Y. W. C. A. seeks to join all girls regardless oi denomination into unifying and uplifting Christian fellowship. The program is well divided to tit all needs ot the co-ed. The freshmen and sophomores unite with the Y. M. C. A. in Forming the governing cabinets for their respective councils. The Y. W. C. A. cabinet is composed of junior and senior girls who head the various committees and join the Y. M. C. A. in council luncheons on Fridays. The Y. W. C. A. began its fall activities with a freshman camp under the guidance of Greta Miley, freshman advisor. And thus a year of renewed en- thusiasm and ot new success was begun. The socials gained prestige under Eleanor Teyssier's guidanceg membership was boosted by Nora Ann Oelandg in- teresting lorums were ottered by Cornelia Burnettp programs were planned by Dotsy Lloydg Carolyn Dabbs and Sandra Manda watched over the devo- E BETH FILLINGIM PoLLy HARRis PAT WiLsoN Lou OSWALD P d t v P a f s i y T resi en ice- resi en 218 tions and candlelight committeesg Martha Petty sent out deputation teamsp Frances Tuttle advised the sophomoresp publicity was capably handled by Julia Wallcerg while Jeannette Monts perlced up "The Newsletteru. Ruth Stone and Sybil Patrick headed Carolina Religious Council and Carolina Christian Service Clubsg Anna Louise Pressley was the guard- ian oi the scrapboolq while Patsy Riley guided campus service. Under Carolyn Busbee's energetic direction Vesper Committee soared to new heights in breaking all attendance records. With Lou Os- wald as chairman the tinance drive was successful. On the cabinet Gertrude Jenlcins and Jeannette Beisley represented the freshman and sophomore councils. Marie Edwards was the advisor. With these as leaders and with the support and cooperation given by the other Y. W. C. A. mem- bers, how could the year be other than successful. un-n--1.--..-.Q 1... -quam anal!! 1--u .nun -u -nun 'l l- Q- 1 -- sung 11 in i1 in ll KD M can iQ but Q X H BAPTIST STUDENT UIXIICINI The Baptist Student Union is a youth organization with a purpose. Every Baptist student enrolled at Carolina is potentially a member ot the B. S. U. One may become a member by simply joining one ot the unit organizations ot a Baptist Church in the educational center or by transterring his church membership. The B. S. U. Functions in and through the Baptist Church. It tunctions through a B. S. U. Executive Council composed ot sixteen otticers elected annually by the Baptists on the campus and through a Greater Council composed ot some sixty members. The B. S. U. Iunctions through a state B. S. U. organization and through southwide and worldwide activities ot young Baptists. y The purpose ot the B. S. U. is to promote spiritual development ot students through Christian comradeship, Bible study, prayer, church mem- bership, denominational loyalty, and Kingdom advancement. Some activities sponsored by the B. S. U. during the year were: Tuesday Iuncheons served at the Student Center each weelcg Vespers held each Thursday evening alter which a Bible Discussion group met, and citywide Iellowship suppers held twice each month tor all Baptist students in the city at which the students prepared the meal and served it, enioyed ping-pong, volleyball, group singing, and games. Also during each school year a tormal banquet is held and numerous parties to which all Baptist students are invited. Miss Cassie Crowe is director ot the Baptist student worlc in the city. 220 BILL I-I U C KA I5 Y, President: LOI NICHOLS, Secretary: OLGA EDWARDQ Publicity Dircctorq MALCOLM RENT Training Union Representative. BILL IEIUCKABY President MEMBERS OE THE STUDENT PA M pusy. naman. ounMAN RSHALL, Vicc-Prcsidcntp ANNE ISE PRESSLEY, Sccrctaryq HARRY BUL T surcr: LIB CALDWELL, Social Canterbury Club is a student organization lor all Episcopal students. It meets every Sunday evening at 5:30 with services in Trinity Church and supper alterwards in the Parish l-louse. There is a tea each Wednesday alternoon at 5:00 in the Student Center, and l-loly Communion is held on Thursday at 7:l'5 A. M. in the University parlor. The total membership lor the club is l5O. The speakers have been from the ditterent Dioceses throughout South Carolina. Among the guest spealcers were Bishop Louis Melcher, Brazil, and Rev. Ray l-lolder, Christ Church, Raleigh, N. C. The advisors are Rev. and Mrs. Thompson. Tentative plans have been made lor a bridge tournament to be sponsored by the club. CANTERBURY CLUB si. HARRY BULL VESTRY Dici4 BLENCOWE. Publicity STUART MosELEv 'TK P" VY Y l-IILLEL ECDLJNDATICDN JULES KLEINMETZ FALL SEM ESTER JLILES KLEINMETZ ......... President THERESA BANNER . ..... Vice-President RAYMOND STERN .... Corresponding Secretary SARA HERZBERG ...... Recording Secretary CHARLES BERNSTEIN ........ Treasurer RAYMOND ROSENBLUM .... . Historian SPRING SEM ESTER SAM SOROTA .......... President SARA HERZBERG . .... Vice-President BILLY NOVIT ...... Corresponding Secretary JEANNE SOKOL .... . Recording Secretary STEWART APPELBAUM . .... Treasurer RHEATTE SOKOL . . .... Historian MARGI LEVINSON . . Social Chairman The Hillel Society seeks to coordinate the re- ligious, cultural and social activities oi the Jewish students at Carolina through various religious devotions and social events throughout the academic year. Hillel became active on the University campus in 1940 and the present membership is approxi- mate.y 50. Bi-weelcly meetings are held on Sunday afternoon at the Tree oi Liie Synagogue. Programs consist of prominent speakers, Forums or group discussions, followed by a social hour. Highlights oi the year have included appropri- ate celebrations ol the Jewish holidays, the annual formal dance held in January, and numerous parties and dances. LUTI-IEQAINI STUDENT ASSOCIATION The realization that students need religious strength while in college, is the motive that estab- lished the Lutheran Student Association on our campus. Christian ideals are behind aII the Fellow- ship and social activities sponsored by the LSA. During the year the group, made up of students from our campus, Columbia College, and the Southern Seminary, met semi-monthly. On the tirst Wednesdays a supper meeting was held, while on the third Wednesdays the group met at St. PauI's Sunday School Building. Many interesting speakers who lead interesting discussions were obtained Ior all the meetings. Much hard work was necessary to make up For the loss ol the Student Counselor and Student Center. The Counselor, Miss Mildred Schalkhauser, was transferred to Ohio State University. The center is no longer available to the students. Under the direction ot Pastor A. S. Keck of the Seminary, and through the etforts oi Miss Bette Shealy of Columbia, the group is striving to bring the LSA to all Lutherans on the campus. ARD LINGER, VicefPresident: JO A N YDEN Secretary: ED B EA R D E N, BILL SANDERS, President: RICI-I The Newman Club is the religious organization of the Catholic students of Carolina. The Carolina chapter was organized in 1929, and has added much strength to the Federation ol Newman Clubs, a national organization in non-Catholic colleges. More than three hun- dred chapters are Found in the United States. The tirst was organized in T893 at the University of Pennsylvania. The cardinal purpose of the club is to promote the spiritual lite ol the student, his religious instruction and his social life. On the Fourth Sunday ol each month corporate Communion is re- ceived by the members ot the Saint Thomas Aquinas Chapter, which is Followed by a breakfast. Business meetings were held every other Tuesday of the month. NIEWMAN CLUB MICHAEL CALLAHAN, President: NICK KOLUCH, Vice-President: MARY ELLEN O'NEAL, Secretaryq JOHN SAVCY, Treasurer: FATHER SUGGS, Chaplain, WESLEY IICDLIIXIDATIOINI HENRY DAVIS, Vice-Presidentg VIRGINIA ACKERMAN, President: C A R O L Y N MOODY, Secretary: BOBBY Cl-IILDRESS, Treasurer: BRAD HAMER, Publicity. The Wesley Foundation is the organized Methodist Student Move- ment on some T60 college and university campuses in America. In Columbia the Methodist students from the University ol South Caro- lina and Columbia College meet jointly at Washington Street Methodist Church. The program tor the year opened with a square dance party in honor ol all the Freshmen. This was followed by the weelcly meetings of the supper club. Programs for these suppers varied from musical shows and skits to religious and intellectual discussions Ied by either the students or an invited guest. The students also had their own Sun- day School classes which were Ied by Mr. I-Iubert W. Spigner, Mrs. Ira T. Stone, and Dr. Kennedy I-lodges. The Wesley Foundation also adopted service projects and published a state newspaper for Metho- dist Students. Climaxing the year's activities was the state conference held on The Citadel campus in the spring. Carolina council members were: Wanda Edwards, Charlie Merritt, Martha Petty, .lane Kirlc, David Creel, Kenneth Creel, and Clittord Gaddy. 225 WESTMINSTEP FELLOWSHIP The Westminster Fellowship is composed of Presbyterian students from the University of South Carolina, Columbia College, and the Columbia Bible College. During the year these students met every Wednesday evening at six oiclock in Fellowship l-lall oi the First Pres- byterian Church. These meetings included a delightful supper, devo- tional, musical program, and interesting talk by either Dr. James W. Jackson or some outstanding guest speaker. The purpose oi this organization is to maintain connection with the students who belong to the Presbyterian Church, to loster a spirit oi fellowship, and to inspire the student to further participation in religious activities. During the year the group has held several parties and at Christmas presented an impressive pageant under the direction ol Miss Mary Vance, a student at Columbia College. This group helped to con- tribute tothe success of religious emphasis on the campus. Climaxing the year's activities was the spring conference held at Winthrop Col- lege in Rock l-lill. The membership ot Westminster Fellowship has grown steadily during this year. All students are cordially invited regardless of their denomination. FRENCH O'Sl-llELDS P d t B T5 SMITH, Vice-Presidet JAMES S Secretary: MARY l'allCK JAMES SIMS and BETTY BAGCSETT St t C il R p t t 5 Z OUHCI C ICS 226 CARCLIINIA CI-ITQISTIAN SERVICI3 CI UB The Carolina Christian Service Club is an organization sponsored by the The purpose oi the organization is to develop and promote a spirit ol active Christian service among the students of the University, and to render Christian service to the numerous institutions in Colum- bia and surrounding territory. Meetings were held every Thursday in the reception room oi Flinn t-lall. Guest speakers were invited to participate on the programs at these meetings. Projects oi the club consisted of making a survey of all ol the institutions in and around Columbia, carrying weelcly pro- grams, and doing personal visitation at the Richland County Con- valescent l-lome and the Confederate Soldier's I-Iome. Devotional and musical programs were also taken to the Veterans' l-lospital and the Negro Boys' Industrial School. SYBIL PATRICK, President: L. C. DIMRY, 'ft V' P 'cl CASSANDRA :IIS ice- res: ent: MANDA Second Vice-President: IRA EDENS, Secretary1 CAROLYN DABBS, Membership Chairman. 227 PHUHSEUHNMS 1 11 K K ,a Wlxviwr-ww .f ,LWMWW ' P 'Us . wc' Q S 1 ..,.' A. , ,, Q .,,Lk , is 4 5 Q S, Q p Alpha Kappa Psi Beta Epsilon Chapter ol Alpha Kappa Psi Commerce fraternity is a relative new comer to the campus. A charter was granted the lraternity on September 30, l948. Immediately its program ol service to the school ol Business Administration was put into operation. Outstanding among its achievement was a publication to aid l948-49 senior members in tinding suitable employment. The publication, which included pertinent inlormation about seniors, was distributed to leading business tirms throughout the Ll. S. A questionnaire was presented to all graduating seniors in the school of Business Administration to obtain their opinion of courses taken, and their suggestions ot means to improve the school. The chapter is striving to rate the school ol Business Administration with other Business Administration schools of the nation. OFFICERS LEONARD METZ . ....... . . President JIM I-IORTON . . . Vice-President HAROLD DAVIS . . . . Secretary DAN WINSETT . .... Treasurer LEE ALEORD ............. Master ol Ritual The actives of Alpha Kappa Psi are: Levy S. Alford, Earl Byrd, I-larold C. Davis, Merritt DeLaMater, Charles W. Golorth, Julian K. I-larper, Noal C. I-Iottler, Jr., James J. I-lorton, Cleve Kelly, Donald L. Kinsey, Fred Lathan, Charles N. Maytield, Leonard I-I. Metz, I-Iarold M. Nesbitt, James B. Sf It 232 D Outen, Donald R. Pate, John B. Platt, Gene C. Prim, Marvin E. Singleton, Mendel E. Smith, I-Ierman J. Warnelce, Clarence Whisonant, Dan Winesett, Jr. Pledges: Robert L. Altman, Walter A. Bartield, Carroll I-I. Brooks, Claude W. Brown, Jr., William E. Camp, Lulce E. Chewning, Louie E. Couch, Jr., Elmer I-I. Davis, Charles L. Dennis, I-Iutnert M. Dimmery, William R. Dusentuury, O. Roy Fields, Jr., I-Ienry C. Ellentnerg, William E. Fleming, William E. I'Ialey, Edgar B. Jaclcson, Theodore F. Kennedy, John C. Lomas, Grady C. Rawls, Allred B. Schooler, Joe W. Smith, William O. Spencer, William I-I. Stricklin, Clyde F. Strom, Ernest C. Wiggins, Lawton G. Wiles, James I-I. Windham. The Faculty Advisors are: James A. Morris and T. D. Temple. 23I ' ' . .,., Q r . 'Q I A . f f GOFORTH ALFORD BARFIELD BROWN BYRD DAVIS. E. H. DAVIS, I-I.C. De LaMATER DUSENBURY FIELDS FLEMING I-IALEY HARPER I-IORTON JACKSON KINSEY LATI-IAN MAYFIELD NESBITT OUTEN PATE PLATT RAWLS SCI-IOOLER SINGLETON SMITH. J. W. SMITH, M. E. SPENCER STRICKLIN STROM WARNEKE WI-IISONANT WIGGINS WILES WINESETT fy.. -Y-.i f ., ' '- 'fir-?'r ' Delta Si ma Pi Beta Gamma Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi, International Commerce Fraternity, had a very successful and lively year on the Carolina Campus. Thirteen men and a Faculty member, Mr. J. W. Everett, were initiated during the Fall semester, after a round of smokers, parties, and dances. The highlight of Beta Gamma's year was the presentation to the University of a portrait of the late Dean George E. Olson, who for twenty- seven years served the University as Dean of the School ot Commerce. The presentation consummated a long-time aim ot the Fraternity to honor the man who gave so much to the University and to the students he taught. The purpose ol Delta Sigma Pi is to encourage scholarship and out- standing character, and only those men in the school oi Business Adminis- tration who meet these requirements are eligible for membership. Delta Sigma Pi endeavors to bring about a closer attiliation between the students ol commerce and the business world. It does this by bringing to the Carolina campus interesting and enlightening spealcers who present to their audience the practical problems ot business. OFFICERS WALLACE WHARTON ...... . . Head Master BILL TEASLEY . . . . Senior Warden RALPH WINN . . . Junior Warden CARL RANDALL . . . . . Scribe MORRIS PHILLIPS . . . Treasurer WADDY I-IILL . . . . Chancellor FRANK T. MEEKS . . . Faculty Advisor Active members ot Delta Sigma Pi are: Talley F. Kelly, William O Teasley, Waddy J. Hill, Jr., Morris J. Phillips, Jr., Olin F. Moody, Bobby Li Fowler, Porter Rivers, Lewis R. Weeks, Jr., William Wallace Wharton, Jr. John B. Asbill, Jr., Harry S. Bell, Elmer E. Chasteen, Garry E. Duncan Arthur M. Flowers, Jr., William S. Willis, Loy M. Greer, Jr., James Ei Bradbury, Carl E. Randall, William J. Teel, Harold L. Tollison, Ralph M Winn, Jr., Samuel Dee Bowers, Alexander H. Gilbert, Jr., Jaclc B. Harrell Lewis C. Pearson, William C. Stallings, Worth W. Thames, James L. Berryi Reginald B. Comeau, Charles L. Copeland, Raymon R. Finch, Jr., Thomas O Glover, James L. Harper, Ansel J. Johnson, Almond O. Leverette, Jr. George H. McGregor, Ralph H. Moore, Jr., Billy R. Parlcer, Rabe R. Tyleri Martin E. Wetherell. 233 WI-IARTON ASBILL BELL BERRY BRADBU RY CHASTEEN COMBEAU COPELAND DUNCAN FLOWERS GREER I-IARRELL HILL MOODY PHILIPS RANDALL RIVERS STALLINGS TEASLEY TOLLISON TYLER WEEKS WETHERELL WILLIS WINN American Institute ot Electrical Engineers FALL TERM OFFICER S. F. MOORE ........ General Chairman FALL TERM OFFICERS S. F. MOORE ........... Chairman W. A. MARTIN . . Vice-Chairman T. G. MCLEOD . . . Secretary E. L. ADDISON . .... . Treasurer MEMBERS Addison, F. L. Martin, J. C. L. Russell, W. P. Baldwin, R. C. Martin, W. A. Sanders, J. D. Beclcer, E. A. McAlhany, J. T. Shorter, A. C. Belcher, A. C. McGuire, Fl. Fl. Shuler, E. B. Benbow, E. C. McLeod, T. G. Shull, D. S. Brewer, C. J. Miles, B. C. Snellgrove, J. C. Chaplin, B. R. Moore, S. F. Scrensen, Fl. R. Chrichton, J. E. Ness, J. W. Sweatman, O. M. Crook, G. M. Nurnberger, S. L. Thoren, R. B. Daft, J, P, Palmer, T. A. Tirnmerman, M. Fl. Emrie, N. S. Polston, Ft. F. Turner, R. B. Flancoclc, E. M. Poston, R. B. Tuten. R. I-I. Flarrelson, W. A. Powers, W. Fl. Ward, J. M. Inabinet, T. M. Price, W. T. Watts, C. R. Kilgore, Fl. D. Prosser, J. S. Nllfcatherly, R. T. Koehler, I-I. J. Pruitt, D. C. Wells, R. O. Knowles, T. C. Reddiclc, D. M. Wingard, R. L. Lunney, R. E. Rohe, W. D. Wright, W. J. Marelli, R. A. Roth, W. W. Wylie, C. J. JOINT STUDEN SPRING TERM OFFICERS C. J. WYLIE .......... Vice-Chairman W. FI. POWERS . . . Secretary-Treasurer S. A. FERGUSON ....... Faculty Advisor The AIEE-IRE Joint Student Branch serves to promote the interest ol all students in the proles- sion ol electrical engineering and in the activities ol the two national societies. The Joint Student Branch stimulates broad interests in the several areas of electrical engineering during the period ot basic training and attords good opportunity lor cultivation ot many qualities needed by the engi- neer but not always fully developed by regular classroom and laboratory worlc. The advantages ol a Joint Student Branch, rather than separate competing AIEE and IRE Student Branches are particularly important in smaller schools. A single, active, interested stu- lnstitute ot Radio Engineers RANCH AIEE-IRE dent group has better opportunities to secure qualified speakers from industry and to arrange worthwhile field trips. Discussion topics lilcely to be oi interest to all electrical engineering students include: recent technical developments, potent aspects ol electrical engineeringg engineering eco- nomicsp employment opportunitiesp and oppor- tunities lor professional development. Field trips of wide appeal include visits to the following types ol plants: equipment manuiacturingp central sta- tionsg telephone exchangesg radio and television broadcasting stationsg and analoque and digital computers. A well-organized Joint Student Branch aids significantly in the professional development oi the individual student. It also promotes interest in increased cooperation between the national societies. SPRING TERM OFFICERS T. A. PALMER ....... General Chairman D. C. PRUITT . . . . General Secretary-Treasurer FALL TERM OFFICERS S. F. MOORE . ........ Chairman D. C. PRUITT . . . Vice-Chairman M. P. HOBGOOD . . . Secretary J. D. SANDERS .......... Treasurer SPRING TERM OFFICERS M. P. I-IOBGOOD ....... Vice-Chairman R. A. MARRELLI . . Secretary-Treasurer J. C. COSBY . ...... Faculty Advisor MEMBERS Belcher. A. C. l-lobgood, M. P. Reddick, D. M Brewer, C. J. Kilgore, Fl. D. Roth, W. W Cox, C. W. Marelli, R. A. Sanders. J. D Crook, G. M. Martin, W. A. Suttler, P. L. Fowler, F. l"l. Moore. S. F. Thoren, R. J. Edens, Asa Price, W. T. Turner. R. B. Hancock, E. M.. Jr. Pruitt, D. C. Weatherly, R T American Society ot IVIechanicaI Engineering Student Branch FALL OFFICERS ANDREW I-I. JENKINS ....... Chairman JOE T. WALLACE . . . . Vice-Chairman JERRY T. JOI-INSON . . . . . Secretary TI-IEO N. CONSTAN . . ..... Treasurer JACK MOORE . . . . Senior Representative PAUL KRLIEMEKE ..... Junior Representative SPRING OFFICERS TI-IEO N. CONSTAN ........ Chairman PAUL KRLIEMEKE . . Vice-Chairman TOM CLARK . . . . . Secretary JOHN I-IANLIN . ..... Treasurer ED BEARDEN . . Senior Representative I-ILIGI-I GRAY ...... Junior Representative The lVIechanicaI Engineering Society was estab- Iished November I9, 1947, and was recognized one year later as a Student Branch ot the American Society oi MechanicaI Engineers. The societyis goaI is to develop Ieadership, promote goodwiII and understanding among stu- dents, and to further the students, knowledge in the tieId oi Engineering. There are two meetings heId monthIy, at which developments oi interest are presented by mem- bers and invited speakers. The social Iite ot the society is anything but duII. It is highlighted by the engineers' ball, which is given in coIIaboration with other engineering societies. There is an initiation party given at the beginning ot each semester to instaII new members. More on the serious side, the society makes a number oi inspection trips each year, at which time management and operation oi ditterent plants are investigated. I-Ionorary Chairman Proiessor Frank B. I-Ierty was presented a pocket watch and chain at one oi the reguIar meetings tor his devoted service to students and society. American Society of Civil Engineers Eouncled l852 FALL OFFICERS ELMER WILLIAMSON ,....... President HAROLD WRENN . . . Vice-President JAMES MARTIN ...,...... Secretary DAVE ELLIS ..,........ Treasurer SPRING OFFICERS BOB Wl'llTESlDE ......... President CHARLES EASTMAN . . . Vice-President JAMES MARTIN .... . . . . Secretary DAVE ELLIS ........... Treasurer Walter E. Rowe Student Chapter, named in honor of Dean Emeritus Rowe, was chartered in September, l928. The purpose of this organiza- tion is to help the student prepare himself for entry into the profession of Civil Engineering by presenting lectures from prominent engineers, by tilms on ditferent projects, and by actual inspec- tion of works under construction. Tnis year the chapter went on several field trips, the main one being the Santee Cooper develop- ment. Five men were sent to the annual conven- tion of the A. S. C. E. in Washington, D. C. in October. On the lighter side the chapter participates in the semi-annual engineeris ball. Also, barbecues were given each semester in honor of new members. Other purposes of the chapter are to atford the beginnings of professional association, give ex- perience in preparing, presenting and discussing papers, comparing impressions of engineering problems, making appraisals of men from their writings, forming judgments as to the practical aspects of projects, and atford opportunity for contacts with the members of the profession. Professor R. C. Johnson served as faculty advisor. I Chemical Engineering Society FALL OFFICERS ROBERT A. NANCE ......... President CALVIN I-I. SI-ILIFORD . . Vice-President JAMES B. SCQGGINS . . . . Secretary BASIL W. OWENSBY ........ Treasurer SPRING OFFICERS RUSSELL M. WOLFE ........ President WILLIAM I-I. BAXLEY . . Vice-President TRAVIS J. CAGLE . . . . . Secretary 'WILLIAM A. BLIRRELL . . . . Treasurer The Chemical Engineering Society ot the Uni- versity was established on the campus in the spring term ot I948. I'Iaving completed its re- quirement of being on active organization For one year, a petition to the American Institute ol Chemical Engineers or a charter is pending. The purpose of the organization is to attord an opportunity For the students ol Chemical Engineer- ing to become better acquainted with their pro- fessional brothers and to bring the student in con- tact with activities in the Chemical Engineering tield. Meetings are scheduled twice a month and inspection trips and socials, including the annual engineer's ball are among the society's activities. Professor B. L. Balrer and Dr. W. T. Wilson ot the Chemical Engineering department serve as Faculty advisors. Active members in addition to otticers are: Theodore E. Boone, Jr., Arthur L. Glen, Jr., Robert K. I-Iaile, Everett I-louse, Wade E. Lantord, Fred C. Locke, Jr., Sheridan McNamara, Jr., William I-I. Marlowe, Donald Martin, James D. Morrison, Jr., John Savoy, Furman D. Tindal, Allred F. Wer- ner, Willis T. Wilkinson, Thomas E. Williams, Sheldon R. Wilson. I The American Chemical Society ROBERT NANCE . . . President CALVlN Sl-IUFORD . . Vice-President DOTSY LLOYD . . . . Secretary M. B. CLJNNINGHAM ........ Treasurer HENRY MOORE, VICTOR McMACKIN- Program Chairmen The University chapter of Student Atfiliates of the American Chemical Society was founded on this campus in September, 1948. It is sponsored by the South Carolina section of the American Chemical Society and has as its advisor, Professor l-l. W. Davis. The purpose of this organization is to provide for the students of chemistry and chemical engi- neering an intellectual stimulus and increased in- centive in their chosen field of scientific endeavor, to secure for its members the benetits of a pro- gram of professional speakers, scientitic films, and field trips to industrial plants, to foster a profes- sional spirit among its members, and to instill in them a professional pride in chemistry. Active members of the chapter are: Russell Wolfe, S. J. McNamara, Jimmy Rion, Arthur Treiber, Fred Loclce, James Scoggins, Donald George, l-larry Bellc, William Marlowe, Robert l'-laile, Theodore Boone, Raymond Rosenblum, S. R. Wilson, Frieda Byrd, l-lenry Milne, Jr., and David West. EPSILCDN LAMBDA SIGMA November 11, 1947 marked the beginning of Epsilon Lambda Sigma, honorary engineering fraternity, at the university. Twenty-one charter members formed the nucleus for the fraternity, which has as its chief objective promotion of interest in engineering, and recognition of superior scholarship, leadership, and character. From this beginning eighty-six engineering students have passed through its ranlcs and gone out to make a name for themselves and the fraternity. Active membership is chosen from the male members of the junior and senior classes of the School of Engineering, which includes chem- ical, civil, electrical and mechanical engineering students. Activities include an initiation banquet each semester for its new members, and the publishing of an engineering newspaper. An annual Epsilon Lambda Sigma award for scholarship is awarded to the top man in the graduating engineering class at the Commencement Exercises. Officers for the fall semester were: Calvin E. Amick, president, Walter A. Martin, vice-president, Don E. Mallory, secretary, Leslie A. Cotter, treasurer. Assuming leadership in the spring were: Leslie A. Cotter, president, Richard A. Marelli, vice-president, John C. McPherson, secretary, Robert V. Thoren, treasurer. Professor S. A. Ferguson of the Electrical Engineering Department served as faculty advisor. 240 South Carolina Alpha chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta, national honorary pre-medical Fraternity was founded on the campus in 1928. The aim of the Fraternity is to Furnish a goal For Freshman and sopho- more pre-meds, bind together similarly interested students, and to bridge the gap between the spirit ot under graduate school and medical college. The tall of '49 saw the group led by W. H. McCall, president, Durham Lewis, vice-president, Margie Teague, secretary, Joe Plyler, treasurer, Jean Utsey, scalpel reporter, and Jule Keinmetz, historian. Twelve neophytes were activated after having maintained the pre- requisite MBU average, and shown a sincere determination to receive an MD. degree. .loint lectures with l.eConte Scientitic Society ltaculty groupl were attended by members, at which several eminent scientists were heard. AED hopes to set up a suitable lounge where members can meet formally or inlormally to discuss problems and also cram For last-minute practicals in anatomy, quantitative analysis, etc. It is the hope of the chapter that this will add to the Fellowship and to better prepare students For medical school. ALP!-IA EPSILCDN DELTA S E S. 24l 2 CCDMPASS AND CHAQT Under the terms of its constitution the Compass and Chart Society encourages the social and pro- fessional qualities of the NROTC midshipmen at Carolina. The Society's tifty-two members lnearly double the membership of last yearl enjoyed a year of social events which began with a party to welcome the incoming frosh, included several informal dances, and concluded with the highlight of the year-the Commissioning Ball given in honor of the graduating senior midshipmen. Professional interests of the Society are stimu- lated by a newly inaugurated system of spealcers, chosen from the statf and former naval otficers, at the weelrly meeting. Several of our members served as an honor guard to the l-lomecoming Queen and her court during half-time ceremonies of the well remem- bered Wake Forest game. In spite of the loss of several of our good ath- letes this year, we managed to tield a team in each of the intramural sports. Perhaps the most important event of the year was the selection, in conjunction with the present senior class, of a class ring for the NROTC grad- uates of the University of South Carolina. The Spring semester found them with the fol- lowing otficers: J. E. Brown, l.t. USN, Faculty Ad- visor, Donald Blodgett, Captain, Jim Mclvlath, Executive Otficer, Bob Wellner, Supply Otficer, Don Keach, Ship's Writer, and Genaro Fluerta, First Lieutenant. L AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATICDN Cl-lARLES PLAXCO . . . . President GENE MORRIS . . . Vice-President PAUL STODDARD . . . Secretary ED WALSH ..... . . . Treasurer PROE. J. M. PLAXCO, JR ..... Eaculty Advisor The University of South Carolina student branch of the American Pharmaceutical Association is atfiliated with the national organization, recog- nized as the Professional Organization of American Pharmacy. It is dedicated to increasing the stand- ing of pharmacy as a profession, and is the ac- cepted liaison agency between the profession and governmental agencies. Besides enjoying these privileges, the student branch serves also as a medium for social functions. Meetings of the organization are held monthly. Programs of a professional nature are the rule, with talks given by men connected with pharmacy, and those connected with the local and state pharmaceutical organizations. Movies, papers, and open forum discussions are also a part of the programs. This year, a banquet will be held as the social highlight of the year. Also atfording' fellowship among the members, as well as increasing their knowledge will be a trip to Parke 84 Davis Com- pany's laboratories and plants in Detroit, Mich- igan. Each year the pharmacy students are invited to the various plants. These trips are very much looked forward to and enjoyed. Members of the student branch are associate members of the parent organization and have all privileges of active members, with the exception of voting on nationwide affairs. KAPPA DELTA EPSILCDN MARY DENNY . , . President BETTY ORTMAN . . . Vice-President BETTY NVILSON . . . Secretary BOODIE KINSEY . . . ...... Treasurer ELEANOR TEYSSIER . . . . Corresponding Secretary Kappa Delta Epsilon, Womenis Professional Education Fraternity was otticially installed on the University of Soutti Carolina Campus ah February 25, l95O. Ttie petitioning group was tlwc XYfomen's Education Club. This club was Founded in April, T949 Miss Marie Kerrison, national otticcr and members ol tlwe Emory Uni- versity Ctiapter, Atlanta, Georgia, neld initiation ceremonies. A reception followed initiation. lnvited guests were ttie Faculty ol tlrie Sclwool ol Educa- tion and members of Kappa Plwi Kappa, Menis Professional Education Fraternity and brottier Fraternity of Kappa Delta Epsilon. Otticial club sponsors are Mrs. Grace l-leriot and Mrs. Eva Quattle- baum, members of the Sctiool ol Education Faculty. 244 sf KAPPA Pl-II KAPPA LARRY ClJNNlNGl-lAM . . .... President CHARLES D. BOLEN ROBERT MCCLINTOCK .... Recording Secretary . . . . . Vice-President GEORGE l-lAWKlNS . . . Corresponding Secretary RICHARD MclNVAlLL . . ..... Treasurer Kappa Phi Kappa, a professional education fraternity, holds as its purpose the promotion of the cause of education by encouraging men of strong moral character and recognized ability to engage in the study of its principles and problems. The fraternity emphasizes among its members social intercourse, scholarly attainments, and pro- fessional ideals. Kappa Phi Kappa was founded February 27, l922, and was chartered by the State of New Hampshire, April 22, 1922. Dr. Reverda l-l. Jor- dan, Professor of Education at Cornell University and Dr. Arthur D. Wright, Professor of Education at Dartmouth College, were the founders. The first chapter was the Alpha Chapter of Dartmouth College. The National Organization now includes approximately forty-two chapters in the leading colleges and universities of the country. Alpha Pi Chapter was established at the Uni- versity of South Carolina May l7, 1950. Active undergraduate and graduate members of the Alpha Pi Chapter are: John Awtrey, Joseph Dusen- bury, Lloyd Eulmer, Mendel Garriclc, Llewellyn Gib- son, l-larold l-lagan, John Lancaster, James Mc- Ouage, William Moses, James R. Odom, James Oglesby, Edward Pasky, Jack Thompson, Johnny Turner, Harold Vaughn, Benjamin Ward, and Lawrence Eugene Wilder. The following from the faculty of the School of Education are members of the Alpha Pi Chapter: Dean Orin Crow, faculty sponsor, Dr. J. McDaniel, Professor W. D. Nixon, Professor W. C. McCall, and Professor W. B. Woodward. K . rift Pl-II EPSILON NU JEM NEWBURY .... President AL MUNN .... Vice-President ROBERT GILLESPIE . . . Secretary ERIC OPPENI-IEIMER . . Treasurer Phi Epsilon Nu is the local honorary journalism fraternity at the University oi South Carolina. Members are elected from sophomores, juniors, and seniors in the School ol Journalism. This year the chapter has thirty active members. Social Functions included two supper dances at the VFW l-lome, a drop-in tor the entire School ol Journalism, and a larewell banquet, given in honor ot Samuel C. DePass, Dean ol the Journalism School, and Eranlc Ward- law, Director ol the University Press. ln order to familiarize journalism students with the various phases ol the profession, Phi Epsilon Nu conducts trips through local printing, engraving, and newspaper plants, and invites speakers in the tield ot journalism to lecture on their specialties to the future Fourth Estaters. A Placement Bureau service to help graduating journalism seniors to tind positions has been started by the Fraternity and will be in Full operation by the Fall semester. Names ot Phi Epsilon Nu alumni appear on the statt lists of almost every prominent daily and weekly newspaper in the Carolinas. 246 Kappa Pi is the oldest honorary art Iraternity among the colleges today. Since its Iounding in 1911 at the University of Kentucky, Kappa Pi has grown to 60 chapters, being represented at the leading colleges and universities. Alpha Psi chapter oi Kappa Pi was founded on the University campus in 1946. The nature ol the society is an honorary one, with emphasis on productive art work, art interest, either productive or appreciative, high scholarship in the art studies, congeniality, and an active interest to assist in directing public opinion into a lull apprecia- tion ol all worthy art. During the spring term ol each year Kappa Pi exhibits the works ol its members in Maxcy Lobby. It also takes an active part in local and state wide art projects and exhibits. Former and active Kappa Pi members practically dominated the winning places in the recent State Fair art exhibit in the Amateur division with seven tirst-place winners and tour seconds. Early in the semester a drop-in was given at the home of Mrs. Augustus Wittkowsky lor the prospective new members. Mrs. Witt- kowsky is the chapter's sponsor. Kappa Pi proudly announces its second semester project-the establishment ol a Fraternity room and studio to be located at Columbiais new art museum. Membership includes: Ann Craig, Pat Conder, Sparky Elliott, James Miller, Mary Shand, Gene Ann Strickland, Johnny Cauthen, Bill Wight- man, Jane Almy, John Bell, Anita Thee, Fay Covington, Bob Dockery, Anita Bruckner, Faye Dent, Rowena DuBose, Suzanne Lewis, Denise Guerin, Sara Karesh, Margaret Lancaster, Virginia Sandy, Gordon Stanton, Grayce Wolfe, and Suzanne Moye. KAPPA PI FALL OFFICERS J. BARDIN ...... President PAT KING .... Vice-President MARY SUMMERSETT . . Secretary ANN RAWL ..... Treasurer SPRING OFFICERS ANN RAWL . . . President PAT KING .... Vice-President MARY SLIMMERSETT . . Secretary DENISE GLIERIN . . . Treasurer 247 CHARLOTTE MITCHUM . President JOSEPHINE HEWLITT . Vice-President ALLELIA GRAY .... Secretary SAPHRONIA MCCOY . . Treasurer MEDITRINA Under the guidance of their advisor, Miss Viana lvlcCown, Meditrina, the pre-nursing organization on the campus, is intent on promoting greater interest in their profession. These future Hlzlorence Nightingalesn have quite an eventful program ahead of them. After completing two years of pre-nursing at Carolina, they will go to Roper f-lospital in Charleston for twenty-three months. While in training at Roper, they will go to Baltimore for three monthis study in psychiatry, to State Parlc l-lospital in Columbia for one monthis study of tuberculosis, and return to Charleston for two monthis study in public health nursing. Meditrina has bi-monthly meetings at which discussions on various phases of nursing are heard. 248 Q i , , i a , . s ,T--4-.h.-W,.V-m.,, ,.,.,-.. .,,.,-,,V. -.- ,n.,, W. ,..., Y-.W.-., .,iW-.,.v-v.-,,.,, y rv W-m--W.,.-..,..,..,.W......,,,...-T,.,,w,.,, ,Y.., ,Wwi,-.5W,,.,v...v,W-,,,..--,,w W ,,.,. Y. .,,. ..- ....v,,,.. A x v V -1 , 'f - ,Q - U ' .s A 4 Y . 'Q , 4- i '6CWfA L 250 .,. s w ' -I ..:...c, mgu f. .LL .,1,:, fa. ,, 1512, , ,, .L -..,., ..-.,. fig.. .. A , . ... .J-.,,.... L mgg. . 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The beauty ol the University ol South Carolina is well represented on the Following pages . . 258 Miss Jaan Turner Zeta Tau Alpha P f 3 MISS Barbara Mcgwafn Pu Beta Phi K3 F L fi CH Nph QM Q1W,,L, rrf-WQIQH as Miss :Dat LEWIS Alpha Delia Pi I 'I d by Alph D If P MISS June Nlggef Kappa Delia representing S3 Alplw Ep I MISS Marffyn Mccormac Kappa Dplfp pplppfpd by Pi Kappa Pm MISS Neff Sufffvan Sponsored by Phi Kappa sigma 262 ' - -. . -m"r'- -' - ' ' MISS Mary LOUISE Gaiffaro' Delta Delta Delta 9 fs Dlt Dlt Dlt M1195 Earbara Fowfer cm omega as sawed by cm omega J 264 MISS fsabef Thomas cm Omega sponsoring rpf Sigma cha MISS Peggy !'lIE'C!I'l'Ck Kappa Delta selected by Kappa Delta Miss Jean Sofcaf Spgnscwrvg Par PM Epsiion Pi Miss Ann Rawf Kappa Delta representing Kappa Sigma THAT MEMORABLE NIGHT ' mr, , "' M TYPICALLY COTILLION FALL PETE WARDLAW . WHIT PLQWDEN . BILL DOMINEY . , BENJIE KNOWLTON CHARLIE ,IONES . OFFICERS . Vncc- . Dance SPRING OFFICERS BARNEY DLISENBLIRY CHARLIE MCDADE DICK BLENCOWE . PAT PERRIN . . AL FISHER . MJ YW, YG VICC- . . Dance Presideni President Secretary Treasurer Chairman PresIdent President Secretary Treasurer Chairman X OS NIO The Cotillion Club is composed of one hundred male students, with members being elected each semester by the club otticers. The annual cabaret style dance was held on the eve ot the North Carolina-South Carolina football game in the ballroom ot the l-lotel Jetterson, The dance was the highlight ol the big weelc-end and was considered a big success by all attending. Chaperones tor the outstanding attair were Pro- lessor and Mrs. Stephan. The sponsors and otticers ol the lall Cotillion Formal were Misses Bobbie Fuller lor Pete Ward- law, presidentg Jean Welch for Whit Plowden, vice-presidentg l.ib Caldwell for Bill Dominey, sec- retaryg Frances l.aBorde lor Benjie Knowlton, treas- urerg and Rhoda Jane Johnson lor Charlie Jones, dance chairman. The Spring otticers were responsible lor a most successful formal. GREAT DANCE El-l, WILUE T,? Founded in T883 on the Carolina campus by Edwin G. Siebels, John McClure, and Eitzhugh McMaster, the German Club is Americais oldest dance organization. Its traditional iormals are anticipated, colorful whirls ol the season. The German Club is a dance group whose membership is composed of the men belonging to seven campus Fra-- ternities-Kappa Sigma, Kappa Alpha, Pi Kappa Alpha, Pi Kappa Phi, Alpha Tau Omega, Sigma Nu, and Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Each semesteris social season is climaxed by the Ger- man Club ball. The dance this year was held on November Q2 at the Jetterson Hotel. A NEW TWIST MR. PRESIDENT TWO DATES, ROCK? Graduation ceremonies were climaxed by the annual June Ball, which began at midnight and ended at 6:00 a. m. Alter this most exhaustive and gay occasion, as is the custom, each Iraternity celebrated with a house art . IO ypawleys Island, Myrtle Beach, Ocean Drive, and other Carolina resorts were thiclcly populated with revelers lor the remainder of the weelc. Were it not for this organization, the major part ol the gaiety ot June Week would Iall tlat. So here's to an ever lively German Club. , X OFFICERS TROY NEWMAN . ,.... . . . President BILL DAVIS . . . . . Vice-President DuRRE LYLES . . . . . Secretary I-IUGI-I GOING . . ..... Treasurer BOOTS FULLER . . . . . Assistant Treasurer LAYTON HOWERTON . . . . Senior Leader ROCK GANDY . . . . . Junior Leader AND STILL MORE OFFICERS Pl KAPPA PI'II'S TI-IERE IN FORCE 27I BEALJX ARTS Beaux Arts, which was Founded nearly 25 years ago, has a mem- bership limited to those ol the highest aesthetic taste. The purpose ol this organization is to have cultural programs. These monthly meetings are formal with musical programs, discussions, speakers, and anything they can think ol. The informal initiations lor new members was held twice yearly at which time programs are presented. FALL OFFICERS BARNEY DUSENBURY ....,.. . . President RUTH STGNE . . . . . Vice-President SALLY STEVENS . . . . . .... Secretary-Treasurer Members: Marshall Mayes, Barney Dusenbury, Jimmy Hooks, Howard House, Bill Hutchinson, Burnett Maybank, Trippett Boineau, Tucker Dana, John Mason, Tiny Foster, John Cantey, Ralph Bailey, Charlie Penny, Fred Jumper, Terrell Glenn, Pat Perrin, Ben Bodie, Dick Blenco, Charlie Baker, Salley Stevens, Mary Rivers, Lucy Whitescarver, Ruth Stone, lrene Herty, Marilyn McCormac, Ninie Schultz, Hazel Porter, Annie Louise Pressley, Barbara McSwain, Frances Tuttle, Susan McElveen, Lily Groover, June Niggel, Mary Louise Gaillard. A FEW MAKE THE TOP K, , HL 5 SUQUHIHES ANU ?HfWLNMS .LQQ V f sf- , ,... . ., - ,gfg--Ejgy 3 . mp' E 3 5 E Q v Hi- Q -. 1f: - f . , 1 5 3 'lm 5 We H -S W W 1 'Q ,HA N J T W! ,Q X 0 if Q I ar Q: w, iv, . 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H - ff- , ng K , Ll. 1 ii 1 X i Q, f W ,M ,V A S1 K,?,JY X ., V , yn A V! iv I , ka , an 2 5 QV J an ,lag 7 k A -- - . , L , K K 5? f J 5 ids,-j ,, f A 1 N Q ,, A - wif'-.1g.,i, yegfzwj J - A , f' ff f ,Va 4- . 5 ' LH, - ,Q , ,. gn ' QM 5 3- ,ev 1 mylfy q-if '1 , Vjlxv, - V V ",:y.aw1xa ,195 Wi vkg, 'Q ,g ' in ,Qi 2 523 BETH FILLINGIM President .xl I IX 1 i O Wx 4 '2 "' I-IELLEN IC its IDA WEBB Secretary 4419 66352555 ll , 7 Q-Jo Pan-I-Iellenic Council is a repre- sentative group of Greek letter sororities. The object of the Coun- cil is to maintain on a high plane fraternity life and interlraternity relations within the college, to lur- ther tine intellectual accomplish- ments and sound scholarship, to cooperate with the college ad- ministration in the maintenance ol high social standards, to be a Forum for the discussion ol questions ol interest in the college and Fraternity world, and to compile rules govern- ing rushing, pledging, and initiation ol the campus. 5, .. 1 . CAPPLEMAN COE DAVIS DUKES HARRIS HERTY LaBORDE MOOD McLEAN PETTY READY RILEY STEVENS STONE SUMMERSETT WELCH 276 The Council is composed ol three delegates from each sorority chapter. The President is elected from the Council, by the Council. The other otticers rotate according to the founding ol the chapter on the campus. Pan-l-lellenic had its tirst workshop, December l7th, which was very successlul. Mrs. Mary B. Merritt, Dean ol Women at the Uni- versity ol Miami, made the key address. The excellent planning of the workshop was carried out very capably by lrene l-lerty. During the month of February, the Council adopted a new con- stitution. ln the month of March, Rush Rules were improved. The Council has received a great deal ol cooperation lrom the newly organized City Pan-l-lellenic. Dean Childs recently advised the group on all its problems and projects. Seventy-seven girls toolc the ribbons ot seven sororities last fall during the Rush Week ot October 23-November 4. A new revised edition ot the Pan-Hellenic handboolc, carrying the new constitution was published under the direction ol B. J. McLean. The scholarship cup was awarded to Chi Omega For the Spring ol l949. DRESSED TO THE TEETH BETH FILLINGIM PATSY RILEY . RAYE RICE . RUTH STONE . 277 OFFICERS PALILA HARRIS . . ..... . . President MARY JEAN MARTIN . . Vice-President SARA JANE BENSON . . Secretary FRANCES PLYLER . . . Treasurer The A. D. Pi's came baclc this tall remembering the wonderful June house party at the "Wee Blu Innn at Myrtle. They also had their share in campus honors. Gara Blaclc and Eunice Ford served in the Homecoming Court. Jerry Riley was Ireshman cheerleader and B. J. McLean was elected sweetheart of Kappa Sigma and cheerleader. The sorority entertained with a dinner party lor members and dates on December 8th, and a Christmas party before the holidays. Also in December was the A.. D. Pi Winter Formal at which Campbell Laney was elected I949 Sweetheart ol the sorority. Between semesters, the A. D. Pi's topped things ott with a glorious house party between terms at Poinsett State Parlc. Honors held by the sorority members are: vice-president ol the Y. W. C. A., chairman ol Campus Service Committee, chairman ol the Social Committee in the Y. W. C. A., treasurer and critic ol the Euphrosy- nean Literary Society, and vice-president ol the Co-Ed Association. HANGOVER, CHARLIE? A WONDERFUL DANCE TRUMP? ,r ,. 4 , ...M ,W ACTWES Ellen Barker, Jane Bailey, Sara Jane Benson, Gara Black, Mary Ann Elliott, Jerry Hartman, Paula l-larris, Sue Eulmer, Dot Duncan, Eunice Eord, Booclie Kinsey, Mary Blanche Corry, Pat Lewis, Patsy Riley, Mary Jean Martin, Libbie McCorkle, Frances Plyler, Gene Anne Stricklancl, Katlnleen BAILEY BARKER BENsoN BLAcK x 'N corerev DuBOSE 9 DUNCAN FORD FLJLMER HARRIS HARTMAN HOLLIDAY KEELS KINSEY LEWIS, P. LEWIS, S. MARTIN MARSHALL MOLAIR MOORE MCCORKLE MCLEAN PLYLER RJLEY, J. RILEY, P. WITHINGTON Simms, Eleanor Teyssier, Suzanne Lewis, Rowena DuBose, Marion Withington, B. J. McLean, ancl Eliza l-lernclon. PLEDGES Sevina Molair, Mary Jotrannason Bell, Celia Moore, Anne McLean, Eugenia l-lolliclay, June Marshall, Jerry Riley, and Marvis Keels. Chi Omega OFFICERS ANN MOOD . . ..... . . President BETTY MOOD . . . Vice-President MABLE PACE . . . . Secretary ELLEN SCHOEIELD . . Treasurer Chi Ois returned to Carolina this tall after a glorious house party at ..,, .J-W0"W'P?5V7leyshlast summer, still remembering their success in spring elections. x Qi' QW' 'wx ,ofgm was chosen May Oueen, president of Y. W. C. A., and 3 5 ot Pah,-l-lellenrc, while lsh Thomas was elected cheerleader and r"sfa. i fi ' i11,2 r'rf::f:.1' .g rrs'- 2 fr' Q Q3 5 swieweitilgr arEi?2B1S'TQh1a Chr. 5 ., . ...Q Q - - Nagy 5Chrrstmas party was given and thoroughly enjoyed by all A ls C -5 :"' .:--' . . . The annual campus-wide drop-rn found Sims packed iiii I . , dogbrgafter the Powder Bowl. Also the Chr O s honored the Football gi isr- the Public Attarrs Forum. E ...' K rr.. br-monthly cottee hour enlrvened the entire year. s"' .f3.. l,g:5hases of campus lrle the Chr Os held the Following ..,.,,.,,,..,..,,.. ,,,.. ,,,,,.,,t.....,,., an ottices: president oi Euphrosynean Literary Society, secretary of Euphrosy- nean, secretary ot W. A. A., business manager ol the Garnet and Black, circulation manager of Garnet and Black, members of l-lonor Board, presi- dent ol A. K. G., and chairman of Vespers Committee. LOAFING LACK? WE GATHER OUTSIDE . E I: Igjl' L iw ACTIVES Jeanette Beisley, Jean Bishop, Carolyn Busbee, Allie Faye Fillingirn, Beth Fillingim, Barbara Fowler, Charlotte Hanna, Lois McBride, Doris McClary, Flora McLeod, Ann Mood, Betty Mood, Elizabeth Noles, Mable Pace, Patricia Patriclc, Kathleen Phillips, Martha Helen Sawyer, Ellen Schofield, Anita Thee, Isabelle Thomas, and Jean Thompson. PLEDGES BASS BEISLEY BISHOP BOWEN BURNETT BUSBEE FILLlNGIM,A FILLINGIM, B. FOWLER MANDA MCBRIDE MCCLARY MOOD. A. MOOD, B. NOLES PACE PATRICK PHILLIPS SAWYER SCHOFIELD THEE THOMAS, J. THOMAS, I. WARREN Pat Bass, Romelle Bolt, Catherine Bowen, Cornelia Burnett Harriet Ann Davis, Connie Holler, Mable Johnstone Cas sandra Manda, Patsy Savage, Jean True, and Betty Warren Delta Delta Delta OFFICERS MARTl-lA PETTY ........ . . President LUCIE XX!l-HTESCARVER . . . . Vice-President MARY LOUISE GAILLARD . . Recording Secretary MARY l-lYER ..... . . . . Treasurer Delta Delta Delta started the year otf with the addition of twenty- four new pledges at the end of Fall Rush Week. The new pledges were honwed at a drop-in at the home of their alumna advisor. Following this, Banquet was held on Thanksgiving Eve at the Porest Lake Club iir . began to make plans for their biennial formal, which ' l9th at the Jefferson l-lotel and declared a success by by the annual Pine Party just before the ,.. ,i,.r. E rsued with great vigor after the holidays in preparation Classic against the Pi Phi's on January l3th. 21':':' lgiiz Eg? g,EE drop-ins were held during the year, plus the annual held after Boys' Song Fest. The Pansy Breakfast, a was celebrated at the close of the year. The Delta was presented to the senior member with the rating. Tri Deltas ended the year with an ever-popular event-a house party at Pawleys Island, destined never to be forgotten by all participating. Among campus honors held by members were: secretary of Canterbury Club, exchange editor of "Gamecock,', l-lonor Board, "Y" Cabinet mem- bers, members of A. K. G., cheerleader, members in Delta Omicron and Kappa Pi, professional sororities, and three representatives in Garnet and Black beauty section. CAVE A GRAND DANCE BETWEEN CLASSES HAD A BANQUET .. . rf?-I sl. F...- . ,V .Q . v .- ha VX A ' aria A ff. '-irlxg ' ACTIVES Ann Kinney Bell, Elizabeth Caldwell, Mary Ann Capple- man, Blanche Davis, Mary Louise Gaillard, Lily Groover, Mary l-lyer, Walton Jettords, Gertrude Johnston, Elizabeth Knowlton, Susan McElveen, Frances Mobley, Martha Petty, Annie Louise Pressley, Mary Rivers, Ruth Stone, and Lucie Whitescarver. BLAND CAPPLEMAN CALDWELL DAVIS HEYWARD JOHNSTON MILLING MOSELEY M LJLLENS MCELVEEN PETTY PRESSLEY RIVERS SANDERS STONE, K. STONE. R. WH ITESCARVER YATES PLEDGES Beaumont Barringer, Allene Bland, Dot Brown, Louise Canty, Mary Chase, Mary Bolling Davis, Haslcell Grimtnall, Mary Jane Hazel, Dot l-leyward, Dixie Howell, Nat Hun- ter, Helen Johnson, Marnie Manning, Polly Miles, Sophie Milling, Nancy Mitchell, Frances Motnley, Stewart Mosley, Stewart Mullins, Leclc Paschel, Marguerite Sanders, Betty Sanford, Katherine Stone, Mary Ann Walker, and Lawson Yates. Delta Zeta OFFICERS DOT COE .... . . . . . President MARGUERITE WEBB . . . Vice-President JOANNE WEAVER . . . Secretary BETTY ORTMANN . . Treasurer The D. Zfs began the year with drop-ins tor the ditterent fraternities on the campus every two weeks. This tostered many new memberships and tlowers for the Delta Zeta room. Three national otticers honored the chapter with visits during the year. Alter rush week, the D. Zfs settled down to good times with a wiener roast honoring their new pledges, and then a bang-up Christmas party. T They honored their Founders on Founders' Day with a tea. The charter members of Beta Delta Chapter were present. Alter spring rushing was over, Nancy Mctemon, a D. Z. alum, invited the actives and pledges to her cabin on the lalie tor a house party. State Day was celebrated May oth with a banquet. The D. Zfs from the College ol Charleston were the guests of the Beta Delta Chapter. THREESOME POSE FOR A PICTURE PREOCCUPIED COE E2 Q Q ,A 1 A, McLf'XUGl'll.lN O'NElL ORTMAN RICHARDS ROWELL WEAVER WEBB, l. WEBB, M. Q1-it R Q W Q im' ACTIVES PLEDGES Dot Coe, Betty Ortman, Raye Rice, Marcia Richards, Betty Betty Ruth Crapps, Mary Ann Elclreol, Anna McLaughlin Rowell, Joanne Weaver, Ida Webb, and Marguerite Mary Ellen O'Neil, and Joan Williams. Webb. 285 G 1 .M ' i ' . 1 ,gf ,QA Mis., wwf. .,.. Q. 25 if 3 ffiqf 'H Kappa Delta OEEICERS IRENE I-IERTY . . ..... . . President ANNE GOODWIN . . , Vice-President JANE DOWE . . . . . Secretary ANN CRAIG . . . . Treasurer Those "partying Kaydeesi' began the year in their new sorority room at the West End of Sims. The room was beautifully redecorated. On September 25, Kappa DeItas entertained their AIumnae with a tea in the sorority room. Also the actives and pledges entertained the aIums at a Eoundersi Day Banquet on October Q3 at Drakeis Restaurant. Rush Week ended very successIuIIy with seventeen pledges to wear the Norman Shield. A campus drop-in was heId on November I3 in honor ot the new pIedges. The "Kaydeesi' sIcit tor the homecoming game featured Ann CIarIc and June Niggle representing the Elapper Era. On December II, students jammed the doors at a successful Christmas drop-in. The aIums were honored with a party on December I2 in the sorority room and the peldges played Santa Claus to a colored Family during Christmas. Campus honors heId by "Kaydees,' included: vice-president, secretary- treasurer, and historian of the Senior Class, president and treasurer of Co-Ed, society editor ot 'iGamecocIc',, Iour members in AKG, one of whom was secretary, president of WAA, treasurer ot Y. W. C. A., secretary- treasurer ot Beaux Arts, treasurer of Kappa Pi, members on "YH Cabinet, vice-president and treasurer ot Euphrosynean Literary Society. GAY GATI-IERING TAKE YOUR PICK ONE SPADE ALLSTON BARKER CANNON COLLIER CRAIG CLJLLUM DOWE FREW GOODWIN GROSS fr I as I-IEDRICK I-IERTY JAMES ACTIVES Hilda Adams, Margaret Cannon, Anne Clark, Ann Craig, Helen Cullum, Jane Dowe, Patsy Epps, Anne Goodwin, Peggy Hedrick, Irene Herty, Marilyn McCormac, June Niggel, Lou Oswald, Hazel Porter, Ann Rawl, Anne Ready, Jeanne Robinson, Nenie Schultz, Sally Stevens, Patsy Taylor, and Frances Tuttle. JUDY MOORE MUSTIN NEWMAN OSWALD PHILLIPS PORTER RAWL READY Roslusou scHuLrz Awmf sMlrH STEVENS TAYLOR TLITTLE PLEDGES Adele Allston, Ruth Barker, B. J. Blackwell, Frances Collier, Ann Darsey, Ren Frew, Bobbie Fuller, Nancy Garey, Ann Gross, Joan James, Barbara Judy, Linda Mayes, Betty Moore, Helen Mustin, Mary Louise Newman, Fredda Paulie, Mary Ann Phillips, and Harriet Smith. Pi Beta Phi OFFICERS FRANCES I.aBORDE .....,.. . . President CAROLYN ALCORN . . Vice-President BARBARA RAFFIELD . . . . Secretary GRETA MILEY ...... ........ T reasurer Pi Phi's returned to Carolina in September eager to start the new school year. Winning the Carolina-Clemson display boosted spirit for the Big Thursday game. A very successful rush week resulted in eight new pledges to wear the Arrow. The pledge class entertained the actives with a Christmas date party at the Cayce Woman's Club. Presents were exchanged and everyone had a gay time. Preceding the party a drop-in was given by Betty Cameron for Pi Phiis and their dates. I -i.. .- '-.--si-"'.,.,.---'t::,::frif'1-e'...,yy Pra ' ,,VV..V e for the Powder Bowl game with the Tri Delts started the weela ,1-wwf ,.:4: . llgl '.f' r - l:,::, :.,. if holidays. The game was played January I3, and Joe EHS t c vte vi ver ...M C, the Pi PM to 6 ..-O ...W This was I """ " W" A"A"""""' it 'i'i at the game has been played and they have been victorious i f tsww Meat ti Before the game Pi Phi Alum Elinor Wilson Yarborough gave w-v-my-Q4 MOVING TO SIMS a drop-in for Pi Phiis, sponsors, and coaches. After the game all the chapter and sponsors went to Joe's for a celebration and steaks. Monthly Sunday night drop-ins brought huge crowds to the sorority house. A special Christmas drop-in was held December I8. The spring semester began with Pi Phi moving from the horseshoe to a room in Sims. This was accompanied by general house cleaning and redecorating. In March Pi Phi won Stunt Night followed by rush weelc in April. May saw the Sigma Chi Derby and Song Pest keeping them busy. On Founder's Day, April 28th, the semi-annual Arrow Ball was held at the Jetferson I-Iotel with Woody Woodward furnishing the music. Pi Phi's stuck to tradition by holding many campus honors: editor of the Garnet and Black and statf members, "Carolina Reviewn statf, "Game- coclcn statf, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Student Council, I-Ionor Board, Cheer- leader, members of Alpha Kappa Gamma, attendants to the I-Iomecoming Queen, class otficers, religious organization officers, Meditrina, University Players, and WUSC. TENSE MOMENT "SO I TOLD I-IIM W 7. .X s r ,gy . I .. fic 'ifzsz , rbgcsf i r ' 1 g wsugfjgrs E - , , ' W, , 'mf ACTIVES Carolyn Alcorn, Jean Anderson, Betty Cameron, Betty Clark, Patricia Conder, Anne Davis, Mary Denny, Virginia Dolan, Betty Frazer, Gloria Hall, Frances LaBorde, Jane Lever, Delores Meyer, Greta Miley, Jeannette Monts, Bar- bara McSwain, Charmaine Nutt, Jo Ann Patrick, Sybil Patrick, Barbara Rattield, Nathalie Thomas, Maxine Todd, ALCORN ANDERSON I CAMERON CLARKE CONDER DAVIS DENNY DIXON DOLAN EDWARDS FRAZER HALL HARRISON La BORDE LEVER MATHEWS MILEY MONTS MOYE McSWAIN NLITT PATRICK. J. PATRICK, S. RAFFIELD ' SMITH TODD WALKER, J. WALKER. N. WELCH WILSON Julia Walker, Nancy Walker, Jean Welch, and Betty Wilson. PLEDGES Karen Nyquist, Carolyn Smith, Peggy House, Helen Harri- son, Wanda Edwards, Suzanne Moye, Sarah Dixon, Martha Matthews, Nancy Clark, and Jackie Southerland. OFFICERS MARY SLJMMERSETT ...... . . President MARGIE TEAGLJE . . Vice-President JEAN ELEAZER ..... . Secretary CAROLYN HALTIWANGER . . Treasurer A smaller room and much enthusiasm were the marks ol Zeta Tau Alpha at the beginning ol the Fall semester. Several campus drop-ins were given while October l5, Eoundefs Day, was climaxecl by a banquet in the Colonial Room ol the Jetterson l-lotel. Rush week ended with eleven girls wearing the square of Zeta Tau Alpha. Plans were made For a long-remembered Christmas party held at the country home ol Jean Eleazer. Besides playing Santa Claus lor some underprivileged children the Zetais played Santa Claus lor themselves. They had their chapter room redecorated during the holidays. Among campus honors belonging to the wearers ol the shield were: president, chaplain, and secretary of l-lypatian Literary Societyp secretary of the Sophomore "Yup vice-president of the Sophomore Classp secretary ot Alpha Epsilon Deltap secretary of the American Chemical Societyg member ol the l-lomecoming Courtg and members of A. K. G. WORKING OUT A PROBLEM VOLLEYBALL "VD LOVE TO . . . " CLINE DUKES EDWARDS ELEAZER , LA HALTIWANGER HUGH EY KLECKLEY LLOYD an H 4 A ' 1.' if vi McCOY OELAN D RAST STEWART ACTIVES Jane Almey, Norma Bergman, Jackie Cline, Joanne Del- linger, Phyllis Dukes, Olga Edwards, Jean Eleazer, Carolyn l-laltiwanger, Helen l-luglwey, Dotsy Lloyd, Marilyn McCoy, Nora Ann Oeland, Betty Pope, Marlene Rast, Sue Shaw, Nancy Stewart, Mary Surnmersett, Margie Teague, Jeanne Turner, and Mary Jane Walker. 1 Z9l STUKES SLJMMERSETT TURNER PLEDGES Betty Blackmon, Sue Catlwcart, Pat Elliott, Marilyn Gettys, Nancy Hale, Pat Kleckley, Mary Long, Jean Lytle, lda Matlnis, Jackie Stukes, and Ann Wells. DON CAMPBELL Fall Semester P d t Inter-Fraternity Council Due to the large number ol high school graduates enrolling at the University, rushing provided the highlights lor the tall semester. To acquaint these ireshmen with the fraternities on the campus, l. F. C. Furnished them with booklets entitled "Fraternity Lilen. LOUIS l-IAIGLER Spring SemesterP d t BERNSTEIN CHAPLIN HOOKES KENNERLY KLIGMAN LONG NELSON PARR SMITH 292 The fall semester was governed by closed rush- ing. Each Fraternity had two formal parties and numerous smolcers. Flinn l-lall was the center ol activity for the Council. The members from Carolina's thirteen national Fraternities met every Monday alternoon to discuss the problems ol rushing, housing, and other fraternity issues. For the tirst time Fraternity Stunt Night, held in March, was sponsored by the lnterlraternity Council. Proceeds were given to W. S. S. F. For the purpose of sponsoring a Foreign exchange student. This was the second year that l. F. C. had sponsored such a program. THEY RULE Alpha Tau Qmega For the A. T. O.'s there was time for social lite. They enjoyed num- erous tine parties at the Woman's Club. During rush season they held two smokers at the lovely home ol Mrs, Williams. The newcomers were also royallyvruszhed at a buttet-supper party at the Woman's Club with musicby..Cla'taince Brazell and his orchestra. P of was the drive to capture the console model radio- ptfilonograph ilootball Forecast contest. Much pleading with girl Llflghf a, parents, and smoking, along with "Fearless Forecast- wrappers, and the console now stands in the chapter' is '1.,: 1 :Alpha many positions of prominence on the campus: presi- dent ol the Law Federation, Clerk ol the Wig and Robe, membership in K., and yicegp-resident of the Euphradian Society. Otlicers ot.. the chapter For the tirst semester were: Keith Marshall, president, Philip Dusenbury, vice-president, Scotty Norris, treasurer, and Richard Mclnvaille, clerk. ILL RAISE TYPICALLY A. T. O. STOP AND LOOK ACTIVES Charles Baker, Benjamin F. Boddie, Lane L. Bonner, Harry D. Bull, Phillip E. Dusenbury, Reginald E. Dusentnury, Rudolph Farmer, James C. l-loolcs, John L. Howerton, Rex- lord l-l. Hunt, John T. Jenlcins, John C. Lindsay, Trapier K. Marshall, Chapman J. Milling, Jr., Ervin McLendon, Jr., BULL DUSENBURY. P DUSENBURY, R FARMER HOWERTON MARSHALL MILLING MQINVAILLE McLENDON NORRIS PERRIN RIGGSBEE STUCKEY WELLS Richard H. Mclnvaille, Basil S. Norris, Edward P Perrin George M. Stuclcey, William T. Wells, and Merton Whitalcer. PLEDGES l-larry l-lurd, Victor L. Riggstnee, and John Ross . ""F!". ..' '77 Pi Kappa Alpha H. G. CARTER ........... . . . President HARRY NEWELL ........, . . Vice-President SHERMAN SMITH . . . Secretary ,E FORREST ABBOTT .... ..... . . . Treasurer kfi.,fj:i'Ya A .X . . . , . The-aN.5Q?C1ety-minded Pr K. A.s breezed through rush week with T7 ,Q e . Among the many parties and get-togethers were the annual xx 5,,iE4,f,,,:,., . . h . . . . .. E as-jf' with all the trimmings, and the all-day outing at Sesqui in pledges defeated the actives in softball for the fifth consecutive fi Ev: . -, is an - - - .55 zzz Ngiramural Sports the Pilcers well accounted for themselves, winning Acll i h i s iflgxbiernity and campus championship in softball, while entering ff 853 as 25' A :sw 2 New igz football and basketball. "'V fof the most unique displays for the Carolina-Clemson game was A. tigerburger stand which served Ugenuinen tigerburgers and ,ff :,,z, I elif ,--' fra' ffjfildigs. ?i.Stmas time, the Pilcers gave a party in their chapter room for ,.-- Each member acted as big brother for an orphan and old Aii in xicviqfas paid a visit to the party to bring numerous gifts. a'l' In wegzitra-curricular activities, Pi K. A. members held the president of H the German Club, vice-president of the Sophomore Class, vice-president of lnterfraternity Council, chief announcer of WUSC, treasurer of Euphradian Society, and treasurer of Apha Kappa Psi. Also membership in varsity Baseball, Boxing, Traclc, Golf, and Swimming. INTELLIGENCE REIGNS AFTER THE GAME "MY TRICK . . . '1 mg . , .,.t.,...:priwg:smmfmmamm 41r:-reg1m D D D .U B-""' is K, ,LG ' ACTIVES F. A. Abbott, H. G. Carter, Ray Chaplin, James Crawford, Fletcher Dean, William Dusenbury, Ed Hancock, Roger Kurven, William Lee, Franlc Martin, Hayyt Newell, Troy Newman, Walter Roberts, Joe Ruth, James Smith, Sherman Smith, David Thompson, Owen Wilson, Dan Winesette, and William Weatherly. CHAPLIN CRAWFORD DUSEN BERRY FREEMAN GIBBS HAMILTON IRICK LANE LEE MALLARD MATTHEWS MARTIN MCDUFFIE POSEY RUTH ROGERS 1 SMHH l WEATHERLY l WINESETT l PLEDGES Frank Boulware, Billy Coxe, J. C. Dennis, Joe Douglas Herbert Freeman, Billy Gibbs, Ralph Gillespie, Jack Ham ilton, Vernon Harvell, Osborne Hudson, Mackie lricl: Steward Lane, Ken Lannigan, Dickie Leaptrott, Jaclc Mal lard, Cannon Matthews, Caroll McDul'fie, Billy Norman Wilbert Posey, Billy Rogers, and Cecil Ward. Wl-lO'S Tl-lAT?' Pi Kappa Phi OFFICERS WHIT PLOWDEN ......... . President HARRY TEMPLE .... . . . Secretary BRANAN YARBORCUGH . . . Treasurer 'KPETEU CGVINGTON ............. l-listorian Since their Founding at Carolina, Pi Kap has come a long way up the road ol good times, hardships, and fellowship until today it stands as one ol the most highly respected lraternities on the campus. There will always be the nostalgic memories ol those nights on Lake Murray and the tine food at Adams Camp. Pi Kaps were lortunate to have such a good alumnus as John Carroll, whose home and private lalce the lraternity used numerous times lor old-fashioned tish lrys and hay rides. December lOth, the fraternity observed Founders Day with a banquet at the Varsity Grill. Before Christmas holidays the Pi Kaps had a Christmas party up on the lalce, the highlight was when 'iSanty" lSmiley Easonl gave out presents exchanged among members and their dates. Alter the holidayis the returning Pi Kaps, congregated at brother uSmiley" Easonis house to malce the presentation ol our "Outstanding Pledge Plaquen. Pledge Ellis Lever won it lor the lall semester. Also at this party, the lraternity was presented with a radio-phonograph combina- tion, third prize in the Phillip Morris scorecast contest. The Pi Kaps have always been tops in politics. This year they held presidency in the Following: Junior Class, Minor Bloclc "C", Young Demo- crats, A. S. C. E., Florence-Carolina Club, and the Porter Alumni Club. Vice-President of Cotillion Club, Young Democrats, and Phi Gamma Mu. Treasurer ol German Club, and members ol KSK. WE LL MAKE IT " ' " "BEND LOW, PLEDGE' D D .Q T if 3 Q ' A 5 ACTIVES Lamar Collie, Pete Covington, Bill Eason, Sidney Floyd, l-lugh Going, Jaclc l-lardwiclc, Derwin Lamb, J. D. Loyd, Bill Parlcer, Whit Plowden, Jaclc Schuetzner, Gerald Smith, Karl Smith, Gene Spencer, Joe Stringer, l-larry Temple, Bill Thomas, Jim Thompson, Torn Walton, John Ward, Bob Whiteside, C. V. Winter, Branan Yarborough, J. R. Bardin, and Richter Moore. BARDIN - , COVINGTON EASON FLOYD GOING HARDWICK HITOPOLOUS LAMB LEVER MOORE MCINNES PLOWDEN Sl-TAY SMITH, G. SMITH, W. SPENCE STRINGER TEMPLE THOMSON THOMAS WALTON WARD WHITESIDE WINTER YARBOROUGH PLEDGES Eldridge l-l. Brown, Jr., William Brown, W. C. Cunningham, Charles Dalziel, Grady Faircloth, Ben Fowler, Emmet Gur- ney, Chris l-litopolous, Gregg l-litopolous, Horger Knight, Ellis Lever, John Mclnnes, Larry Miller, Lightsey Murray, Joe Pittman, Bob Schumpert, Leonard Shay, Laurens Smith, William A. Smith, l-larry Stewart, Robert Ward, and Bill Wilkerson, Gary D. Brown. Phi Epsilon Pi OFFICERS RAY STERN ......... . . . President CHARLES BERNSTEIN i. . . . Vice-President IRWIN PRICE .... . . Secretary SAM SARCJTA ............... Treasurer Socially' minded Phi Eps Irolicked through a year ol parties, outings, smokers, and the biggest Formal in Alpha Theta history held at the Columbia H3oteI,.April 29, I949. Alumni came from all parts of the south asfwell as Iromfthe north. New York, New Jersey, Brooklyn, and Charleston were ,well repigesented at the formal. Henry Westbrook and his orchestra lumisheyd,f3ttge,Qj5weetest music on this side of West Columbia. V, 1 ,iii 5 were climaxed by a masquerade comic-strip party ol the Jetterson Hotel in which Herb Steiner, Ray Morgulis improvised and adlibbed For amusement. ii'fi,'fILea'vingi ,i,' Alpha: Theta Chapter in June ol I949 were: Sol Abrams, HviirscheliCocipier,Jerome Tucker, Myer Price, Bugsy Seigel, Hal Lerman, Berb 'Serge r, an Eilron. - I-'4 After lahectic rushing period, Phi Ep found six new bewildered laces around the I'iouse.y'They were Emeric Fisher, Philip Gartinkel, Maurie Pearl- man, Jack Sparrieir, Stewart Applebaum and Billy Novit. I 1Anvactix4e participation in campus activities Found Phi Eps as president ol A. E. IUFIZFA, and Hillel, chairman ol Rush Committee for the whole university, and members of Euphradian Society, American Chemical Society, Y. M. C. A., Religious Council, "C5amecock" Business Statt, Ameri- can Pharmaceutical Association, Blue Key, K. S. K., and O. D. K. Rouoi-I TREATMENT CIEAN , , W, W W ,V , Iwm m ll I I I- .1 s. .., ,,...,.-m m ii . UP DAY APPLEBAUM BERNSTEIN FISCHER KARESH KLEINMETZ MORGULIS NOVIT PEARLMAN. PEARLMAN. PINOSKY PRICE ROSENBLUM SOROTA SPANIAR STEINER STERN WElSS M S, AC-l'lVES PLEDGES Charles Bernstein, William Gardner, David Gordin, .laclc Stewart f'-Xpplebaum, Emeric Fischer, Philip Gartinlcel Jules Karesh, Allen Morgulis, Stanley Pearlman, David Pinoslcy, Kleinmetz, Sol Kline, Bill Novit, and Jack Spanie Irwin Price, Arthur Rosenblunn, Raymond Rosenblum, Sam Sarota, Herbert Steiner, Ray Stern, and Howard Weiss. Phi Kappa Sigma OFFICERS JEFF LONG . . . ...... . . President CHARLIE HUTTO . . Vice-President JIM CORDELL .................. . . Secretary ED THOMPSON ................... Treasurer Phi Kappa Sigma began its most successFul social season with a party being given by the pledges. Founders Day, October l9, was celebrated at the Wade Hampton Hotel ,withua Nbyavnquet and ProFessor Charles Mercer acted as speaker. A dance Followed with Broth'2ffECl'Eiliie Helms and his orchestra Furnishing the music. The largest turnout oF alumni in,'rece'nt years enjoyed this traditional attair. Alums, rushees, visiting brothers, and datesilwiere againfzguests oF the actives at the Wade Hampton For a drop-in Following 'CIW UNC Same: with a stag party being given by the alum chapter closely Fol- lowed. social events. Rush parties consisted oF a country-style party at the Pinewood complete with chicken halF Frys, dancing, songs, and skits. The V. F. Clu3b,l.'oVei?iFigowed with rushees at a Cabaret Party with dancing again to Brother Helms' orchestra. Final smoker was held at the XXfoman's Club with results oF Phi Kappa Sigma'iile'Eidirrg the campus in rushing with twenty pledges. Pledges were honored at a Christmas at "Phi Kap Holiday lnni' IVFW Clubl with Santa Claus, giFts, a huge' tree, ariaiif'l1,,1ChristmaS theme carrying out the decorations. On towardisffspring we Found Phi Kaps and dates at Myrtle Beach For its annual house party Followeduby its Costume Ball and announcement oF Phi Kap Girl. Plans were completeas the semester closed For Centennial celebration oF the oldest Fraternity on the Ciampas with Founders Day Banquet, Alumni Conclave and Formal dance with name band'For'its"lOO years' oF existence. Phi Kappa Sigma came in second in the Carolina-Clemson display. Teams were entered in all volleyball, Football, basketball, and soFtball competition with Pete Hyman serving as coach. Honors: president oF Black "C" Club, vice-president and critic oF Clariosophic Lit- erary Society, captain oF Track Team, historian oF Freshman Class, WSSF Executive Com- mittee, Newman Club Publicity, secretary oF lnterFraternity Council, secretary oF Band. K C4 ACTIVES J. B. Allen, Bill Barr, Bill Barrett, Ralph Barrett, Roy Berry, Theo Boone, Bert Bowers, Roy Brandon, Dick Brown, Jim Caldwell, Cecil Clarkson, Charlie Cotley, Verlin Cotley, Jim Cordell, Sammy Dennis, Boyd Dodd, Coggie Eager, Pete Eleazer, Vernon Epps, Bob George, Frank Gritlin, Whit Gritlin, Gene Groves, Don I-Iadwin, Charlie I-Iutto, Pete I-Iyman, I-look Lawrence, George Lee, Jett Long, Ray McKenzie, Don McRainey, Henry Moore, Henry Nelgbn, Dick O'Donoghue, Manning Patterson, Ernest Rodrigue, Gene Rogers, I-Iarold Schmoeckel, Charlie Sheely, I-Ienry ALLEN BARR BARRETT, B. BARRETT, R. BERRY BOWERS BRADBLIRY BRINKLEY CALDWELL CHAMBERS CLARKSON, B. CLARKSON, C. COFFEY, C. COFFEY, V. CORDELL COTTINGI-IAM CROWLEY DENNIS DODD EPPS GRIFFIN, W. GROVES I-IADWIN HUTTO LAWRENCE LEE A F LONG MOODY - MOORE McKENZIE f fi an ,,,,, of MCRAINEY 5 I A Egc' NELsoN '.,, . gs 3 ooouoouus r ':1r- I or PATTERSON T' Y L ' ROGERS RODRIGLJE ' SCHMOECKEL STUCKEY TEAGLIE f V THoMPsoN 3.44 WALTER WINDER WILLIAMS YETMAN ZOBEL YOUNTS Stuckey, Ken Summerlord, Ed Teague, Ed Thompson, Eddie Trexler, Jim Walter, Charles Weagly, Dick Wilder, Ray Williams, Jim Yates, Bill Yetman, and I-Iarold Zobel. PLEDGES Jim Allord, Bill Alliston, Jim Bennett, Jim Bradbury, Bob Brinkley, Joe Bull, Jim Chambers, Ben Clarkson, David Cooper, Ed Cottingham, Phriness Cox, Jack Crowley, John Dowdle, Ben Eidson, Eootsy Eeild, D. L. Gunter, Fred Lowry, Roy Moody, Curtis Taylor, Jack Thomas, Chuck Winder, and Melvin Younts. started onga yeardestined to be one oi the most eventlul and prosperous Phi Sigma Kappa OFFICERS NICK HAMILTON . . ..... . . President TERRY SMITH .... . . Vice-President GORDON KENNERLY . . . Secretary iii? HARRY MOSELY .............. Treasurer it Ev, rrrr binder-L-,the able hand oi Brother Nick Hamilton, Phi Sigma Kappa of theiif history at Carolina. The social season commenced with a wiener toast at Pond and was Followed with a victory dance at the s,RathsIteilairF6ly the Hotel Jetlerson. Rush season was ushered in by num- cabaret parties at the VFW home, and was climaxed iit' and dance at the Hotel Wade Hampton. The social whirl itswfpealclin March as the Phi Sigs and their dates danced to the oiiiwoiodygwdodward at their open Founder's Day Formal honoring their 1950 Moonlight girl, Miss Barbara McSwain. Phi Sigma Kappa had its share oi men in extra-curricular activities. Phi Sigs were well represented in the following: the "Y", Canterbury Club, the Band, Kappa Pi, American Pharmaceutical Association, Phi Mu Alpha, Sigma Alpha Zeta, Clariosophic Literary Society, and the Compass and Chart. HATE THAT IGHT OCLOCK CLASS LISTEN TO THIS REGULAR GATHERING D ACTIVES John Bradham, Randall Bryant, Bill Castels, B. D. Caugh- man, Charlie Emmons, Marion Caughman, Jimmy Creech, Nick Hamilton, Gordon Kennerly, Frank McAbee, Fletcher Monts, Harry Mosely, Jerry Myers, Vic Johnson, Jimmy Ott, Benny Outen, Jay Quick, Paul Phillips, Terry Smith, Tommy Talley, Howard Wall, and Earl Zeigler. PLEDGES ARANT BRYANT CALJGH MAN CREECH CROFT DAVIDSON EMMONS GEORGE HAMILTON JOHNSON KENNERLY KNOX MONTS MOSLEY MCABEE McCARTER OUTEN OLJICK SAWYER SMITH STROLIHS TALLEY WALLACE WALL WARD ZEIGLER H. C. Arant, Lawrence Benson, John Bell, Jack Croft Charles Davidson, Joe Eoster, Bill George, E A Hall Bob Knox, Ed Ladd, Charlie McCarter, Phil Sawyer Jaclc Strouhs, Tommy Thornley, Toby Ward, Bob Wallace and Bob Whitehead. OFFICERS FRED ATKIINISCDN . ...... . . . President RON CAREY . . . . Vice-President ARTI-IUR GRIFFIN . . . Secretary ERNIE McGREW . . Treasurer Those "Iet,s have a party" Lambda Chiis ceIebrated their fifth year as a chartered Iraternity on the campus with ever-increasing activity. Twice-a-month parties with Lucius Weathers and his band became an institution with the Lambda Chi's. Variety was added to this social Iite with their annuaI Parisian party, a barbecue, and a Christmas party. The Lambda Chi pIedges entertained a group of Columbia orphans at Christmas with a party in the chapter room. The annual ceIebration was topped ott with wondertul food and presents For the children. Lambda Chi went 'iwhoIe hogn at their FormaI BaII with a name band. Johnny Long and his orchestra provided the music. AIumni from all over the state attended as weII as a muItitude ot students Irom the campus. The Iraternity is represented by its members in nearly all the campus activities. Among them are the YMCA, KSK, Biue Key, WUSC, CIario- sophic Literary Society, Garnet and Black statt, NROTC, AROTC, I-Ionor Board, and reIi'3ious organizations. F' FRAZER SI-IINES YOURE ON TI-IE BOARD D ACTIVES Fred Atkinson, Pete Apostolakos, Ray Berry, AI Bartield, John Buice, AI Bundy, Mike Callahan, Ron Carey, Bob Carpenter, Johnny Cauthen, Fred Compher, Cecil Creech, Al Crow, Jack Crutchfield, Merideth Davidson, Ken Dean, Dick Dunham, Charlie Eaddy, Dick Edens, Dick Eagan, Sam Ciaillarcl, Arthur Grittin, Buch Grant, Buddy Hendrick, Jet Josey, Pat King, Bill King, Pete Konduros, Bill McDaniel, Ernie McGrew, Jim McMath, Henry Macklen, "Cue" Metts, Fred Morrison, Harry Murphy, Jim Ness, Jim Parr, Bill 7 APOSTOLAKOS BARFIELD BERRY BUICE BUNDY CALLAHAN CARPENTER CALJTH EN DAVISON DEAN DUNHAM EADDY EDENS FlNLEY GASTON HENDRICK JOSEY KING. P. KING. W. LANGSTONE MACKLEN MAULDIN METTS MORRISON McDANIEL MCGREW McJUNKIN OWENS PARR PIKE PLATT 1 ' RAWLS , if , SNEAD THOMAS Q V' TuRBEvlLLE ...fd 5 l Pike, Acy Platt, Jim Snead, John Thomas, Bill Turbeville, and Bob Westertield. PLEDGES Bob Barkoot, Bob Bell, Jack Cagle, Buddy Drummond, Bob DuPre, Jim Eindley, Jim Gaston, Ken Hill, Jim Hinson, Al Johnson, Demos Jones, Sonny Kinon, Andy King, Jim Konduros, Joe McJunkin, Bob Langston, Harrison Martin, J. T. Maulclin, Frank Owens, Ken Swain, Grady Rawls, and Billy Richardson. 5 1 OFFICERS SPRUCE McCAlN . . ...,, . . President BARNEY DUSENBURY . . . Vice-President JOHN MASON . . . . Secretary TERRELL GLENN ....... ........... T reasurer The Kappa Alpha elite have watched another successful year roll into the past. As usual, wine, women and song toolc their toll. A Few pins were scattered here and there, topped ott once and a while with a ring. Beerwas drunlc and dances danced, and the force ot habit preordained that their Tea Dance would remain tealess. In November the chapter danced to the strains ot "Woodie's" music at the Kappa Alpha Formal. During intermission they partied in the Hotel Columbia Crystal Room. Atter the last strains ot i'Ooodnight Sweethearti' had died away, the chapter headed tor the Rendezvous and had breakfast. The lesser entertainments ot Rho Chapter con- sisted ot various and sundry barbecues, drop-ins, blue jean and cabaret parties. The worlcs were shot from end to end. The chapter rejoiced in the pledging oi eight tine boys last spring and Qi in the tall. They welcomed them wholeheartedly and tilled their ranks once again. The tall semester ended and saw the Southern Gentlemen victors on the volley- ball court and on the Football tield, with a better than average chance of winning the lntertraternity Athletics Trophy. We have not been one sided and overlooked the other sides ot life. The chapter is amply represented on many campus organizations-among them: ODK, Blue Key, KSK, Beaux Arts, the the Honor Council. The fraternity supplied these groups with several otticers and some were high up in the NROTC heirarchy. Tommy MacEie was elected president ot the senior class. LOOK PRETTY AND HERE WE SIT DUPRE KNOWS A JOK D vis if -:-- - I I ilffil - ayjf I' 2 i . 1 wg .J , ,M 155352. i. 1 Q .L J , ,X I X . ALLEN f BOYLESTON BRECKENRIDGE, D. BRECKENRIDGE, J. CAMPBELL COLEMAN COLON NA CRLIM DECELL DEITER DUSENBLI RY DYE GLENN GOLDSMITH GRAY HARRISON HENRY HOPE X , ' LANEY it LANGSTON X LYLES . MACFIE MARTIN MASON. JIMMY W A wt ' MASON.JOHN NEELEY OSBORNE PARNELL PENN .NW .Nw . .,.,. J. ...,.. -M .. ,...., . i F I II'I A . 'S 3. I MCCAIN 'Q I E i t ' i i J' . J F ACTIVES Lee Allen, Bert Anderson, Billy Boyleston, Jaclc Breckin- ridge, Don Campbell, Red Coleman, David Crum, Grady Decell, Bobby Deiter, Barney Dusenbury, Jimmy Dye, Billy Fairey, Terrell Glenn, Billy Goldsmith, Cecil Gray, Broolcs I-larrison, Bud Jeter, Fred Jumper, Bert Knight, Campbell Laney, Buddy Langston, Dupre Lyles, Tommy lvlactie, Franlc Martin, Jimmy Mason, John Mason, Spruce McCain, Byron Miller, Bob Milling, Ted Neely, Bobby Osborne, Billy Pratt, Bobby Richardson, Buddy Richardson, Bobby Rogers, Jim PRATT RICHARDSON, B. L. RICHARDSON, B. SHERRIL . I " SPENCE, A. SPENCE, F. - t if ,S sTuBBs WALTER WINTER Saxon, Jimmy Sheppard, Bud Sherrill, Allen Spence, Floyd Spence, Buddy Talbert, and Charlie Walker. PLEDGES Joe Berry, Duncan Breclcinridge, Marion Brown, Willie Chapman, John Colonna, AI Cox, Clittord Gaddy, Andy Gary, Jerry Hayes, George Henry, Stuart Hope, Bob Kahle, Dave Mobley, Henry Parnell, Bill Penn, Sam Ray, Billy Rowe, Joe Savitz, Don Sherrard, Eddie Stubbs, Billy Upshur, and Mac Winter. Ga , 1 if --.E MEL., :ii 3 A,.n .f OFFICERS FREDERICK C. LOCKE, JR ....... . . President F. D. ACREE .......... . Vice-President WILLIAM E, LONG, JR. . . . Secretary WILLIAM R. CROCKETT .... . . Treasurer Ably led by President Locke lor the entire year the Kappa Sigs strove lor and gained a united organization of brotherhood. Brother lRah, Rahl Dominey attended the T949 Conclave and brought back many hints and aids ol importance from the national attairs. Rush season, which started out slowly, ended with a bang and the Sigs, as usual, got some of the best. Not content to rest on their laurels the brothers have already begun plans lor rushing and their Formal Dance lor next fall. Wives and sweethearts were entertained numerous times at various local spots ol scenery and interest. The house party between semesters at Myrtle Beach atlorded the brothers some much-needed relaxation and merriment. Kappa Sigs were represented in the Following organizations: German Club, Euphradian Society, American Society ot Civil Engineers, I-lonor Board, Kappa Sigma Kappa, "Y" Cabinet, Cotillion Club, Delta Sigma Pi, American Chemical Society, Band, Drum Major, University Players, Varsity Golf, Track Baseball, Football, and Boxing. Also "Gamecock", "Carolina Reviewn, WUSC, Powder Bowl King, Dance Chairman Florence-Carolina Club, president ol Sophomore Class, and head cheerleader. They elected Miss B. J. McLean from Holly I-lill, S. C. as our sweetheart lor the year. 'r JUST RELAXING TWO PAIR "PLAY THIS ONE" ACTIVES F. D. Acree, Lee F. Brinkley, William Burrell, Frank Cain, Travis James Cagle, Jimmy Clemmons, Harry Cline, Wil- liam R. Crockett, William W. Davis, William T. Dominey, Jr., William Eddy, Arthur Flowers, Lloyd Daniel Fulmer, Fred FI. Gantt, Jr., Sonny Gibson, Joseph Ingram, James M. Iseman, Fred C. Locke, Peter E. Lane, William E. Long, Grady Patterson, Louis G. Reames, Benjamin B. .Tr . L7 ,. BRINKLEY BROOM BROWN BLIRRELL CAGLE CAIN CLINE CROCKETT DAVIS DOMINEY FLOWERS GANTT GIBSON HOLLIDAY INGRIM LOCKE LONG MONTJOY McDADE MCMILLAN NOVAK PATTERSON REAM ES A RUTLEDGE SI-IEELY Skinner, William Francis Talbert, Willie Weatherford, and PLEDGES Thomas S. Baldwin, John O. Broom, Fred W. I-Ierlihy, Harold T. I-Iolliclay, Bill Jackson, Joe Novak, William W. Rutledge, David W. Sparks, James L. Weatherford, Don Brown, Marvin McMillan, I-Iayward Shealy, Oscar Strange, and Rudolph Montjoy. George F. Wessel. Sigrria Alpha Epsilon OFFICERS JCI-IN CANTEY . .... . . President NAT PANT . . . . Vice-President JARRETT DAVIS . . . Secretary FRENCH O'SI-IIELDS ........... . Treasurer Finding their chapter roll considerably shorter than the previous years due to the large number ot graduating actives last June, Sigma Alpha Epsilon held numerous smolcers and climaxed the tall rush season with a "blow outi' party at the Wade I-Iampton I-Iotel. Following the Football game with The Citadel on December 3, an oyster roast was given at Paul Palmeris plantation in honor of the seventeen new pledges. The break between semesters was spent quietly at Poinsett Park. Everyone enjoyed the June weather in January by bathing in the lake, sun, and moon. Campus honors acquired during the year included president of the Clariosophic Literary Society, president ot the Westminster Fellowship, president, vice-president and treasurer oi the Canterbury Club, vice-presi- dent ot Omicron Delta Kappa and another new member. Kappa Delta Kappa received two new members from Sigma Alpha Epsilon, president and vice-president ot freshman class, president ot sophomore "YH, secretary and treasurer of student body, three members of Student Council, member of debating team, and two Varsity Cheerleaders. The Fraternity was well represented in the social and athletic activities, taking tirst place in the intramural swimming meet and being league winner in Football and having three members on the varsity swimming team and two members on the traclc team with Ben Badger as co-captain. ALWAYS OUT FRONT SOCIALLY SPEAKING RED THREE? D D ACTIVES James Alexander, Ben Badger, Angus Bird, William Bray, John Cantey, Ellison Capers, Taclcer Dana, Jarrett Davis, George Dial, Nat Eant, Julius Gamble, Harry Gaily, David Johnson, Bob King, John Mann, William Marchant, Eoster Marshall, Quitman Marshall, Pat McKensie, Bob McLain, Edward McMillian, French O'Shields, Paul Palmer, Phil Pearce, Bob Pearce, Charles Penny, Sonny Porter, Edward 3 CANTEY DAVIS BADGER DERRICK DIAL GANDY JAMES MELCHER MONTEITH O'SHIELDS PALMER PIERCE, B. PIERCE. J. PGRTER ROYALL SAUNDERS SHERON , TROWBRIDGE Royall, Wiley Sheron, James Sims, Kirby Smith, Jim Trow- bridge, Pete Wardlaw, and Fort Wolfe. PLEDGES Don Baltus, John Barlcsdale, Bobby Broadwell, Charles Clinlr- scales, Buddy Derriclr, Tommy l-lall, George James, Jaclc Jones, John Lindsay, Corley Melcher, Edmond Monteith, Morty Muller, Montgomery Oates, Rembert Parler, Joe Pearce, Don Saunders, Billy Thompson, Elliot Wardlaw. H, Rs. 35 s ,W .1. I Sigma Chi OFFICERS ROBERT TI-IOREN . ..... . . . President ED WILLIAMS . . Vice-President JEM NEWBURY . . . . . Secretary BILL BROWN .................... Treasurer " "'E.V: rolling away last spring with both 'IStunt Night" and "Song Fest", Sigma ' "" I' ,"i ol the most active Fraternities at LISC. I g.,. .53 ..,:a 5 Izrt rush weelc rolled around "The Sigsn came Iorth with their usual gay and sjqgzntizegtaining The tirst outing was held at the VFW home with Woody Wood- also a cabaret supper Iollowed at the Womenis Club. A surprise i"i was a variety show in which the Iraternity's talent sprang Iorth in 'a", Chi Roclcettes and "Fabulous AI". Several spirited attairs at John 1 gxyg enlivened the holidays. captured the IFC intramural sports trophy last spring in intramural com- 'I'o'rf."Iii9g4Q-49. This award was presented to the chapter at the beginning ol the Forest-USC I-Iomecoming Iootball game. This year they placed high in the swim- volleyball competition and received third place in Iootball. The climax ol the spring social season was the biennial "Sweetheart of Sigma Chix' lizvzf ?Bd5'EIffZTQhis ball, which has proved to be one ol the most colorful dances in past seasons, up this year on even a more gala scale. Woody Woodward and his orchestra .wereiiqgig hand to play. 5 tr.. ,,,, Chi Derby Day, one ol the Iavorite student events on the campus which was set lor its I95O premier in May, was another bright spot in the Sig social calendar. It Ieatured races, athletic events, and special unlcnown contests lor campus coeds. As those warm nights rolled around the Sigs and their dates journeyed to the beach Ior those Famous house parties. DID BACKFLITS IN ACTIVITIES TI-IE SWEETI-IEART N. C. GAME DISPLAY . wwwvv- was +,wr.w:w.mvswssa uwmw-1 , was 4,-1: D D D ACTIVES Keith Atfeld, Elmore Alexander, Jim Barber, Joe Bishop, Bill Brown, Henry Cannon, Bill Cox, James Dallas, Bill Dut- tenhoter, John Edens, Frank Eppes, Russell Green, Dick Hardy, Neil Harmon, Ed Hallman, Lewis Hunt, Charlie Jones, William Jones, Bill Jordan, Bill Lattimore, Dick Morelli, Charlie Merritt, Harry McMillan, Roddy Moss, Albert Munn, Jem Newbury, David Peeler, Dick Polen, Jack Reed, Bill Robinson, George Roth, Bill Rutledge, Joseph Sapp, John Savoy, Gitlord Solomons, Robert Solo- AFFELD ALEXANDER BAUKNIGI-IT BROWN COWARD COX DARBY EPPES HALLMAN HARDY JONES JORDAN MERRITT NEWBLIRY MUNN POLAN ROTH ROBINSON SAVOY SOLOMONS. G. SOLOMONS, R. TIMMS Tl-IOREN TROTTER UPTON WILLIAMS WILLIAMSON WISE mons, Jack Stahl, Robert Thoren, Marshall Upton, Edwin Williams, Oliver Williamson, and Roger Wilson. PLEDGES Gene Baker, Pete Booth, Ivan Bauknight, Jim Coward, Don Cox, Preston Darby, Fred Duckett, Haskell Fair, Billy Gause, George Hallman, Charles O. Jones, Dave Haviland, Cleve laird, Chuck Prezloso, Jim Rion, Gene Robinson, Carl Schwartz, Zack Taylor, Dick Timms, Ronnie Trotter, Tommy Truluck, and John Wise. Sigma Nu OFFICERS FRANK FLOYD . . ..... .... . Commander AL FISHER . . . . Lieutenant-Commander FRANKLIN OWEN . ..... Recorder BENJIE KNOWLTON ................. Treasurer As in the past, Sigma Nu continued along the path ol endeavor both socially and in the numerous campus activities with an outstanding, rewarding year to be added to its already colorful and successlul past. -.Paint and other related paraphernalia were procured, and work was the order ot the result was an attractive and tastelully furnished chapter room and a prac- 1 ,E . ,..., izri. igame room. The rooms were promptly reviewed by the alumni at an Open 4.2111 ,'i,i ,..- :-- . . - . . . gf f Vi--- --"f---r Q .,NTttIie,,,. .fseason brought on another rash of Festivities which were set in motion lyx, ,c,,, at the Pinewood Club in the early weeks ol the semester. The tra- party tor the orphans was held just belore the holidays. That same chapter.Christmas party proved to be the fuse which set ott the holiday atter returning from the holidays, a come-as-you-are-when 1. by, the pledge class lorgthe active chapter. This year saw the the highfpornjthol thelgl spcialtsegspn. Caaieiy prexliiled Ehlpughput " ' evening rom e coc ai par y e ore e ance, roug e in er- .1-, dro ugind lar on into the night and morning. .4 "-,,, , Athletiifitzggkfly, Sigma Nu held its own by placing in several ol the lnteriraternity f "'ii'i' s events suith as the track and swimming meets. Men oi the Brotherhood were on :.,, -ilfv football, basketball, and track teams during their respective seasons. 53 "" 'X -y.,Af':'iiiW3Qusiness manager and assistant business manager ol the "Gamecock", circulation iinanager ol the "Gamecock", secretary and treasurer ol the Cotillion Club, treasurer and senior leader ol the German Club, social chairman oi the Freshman Y. M. C. A., and membership in O. D. K., K. S. K., and the editorial statt of the "Gamecock',, and others were among the honors held by Sigma Nu. "USE THAT LINE, FISH" WORKED HARD AND WON A PLACE EASY LIFE LX. ACTIVES Al Adickes, Clark Adickes, Lowry Betts, Joe Blackmon, Glenn Craig, Jack Crosby, George Deschamps, Paul Field, Goop Fishburne, AI Fisher, Frank Floyd, Boots Fuller, Bobby Gaines, Lewis Haigler, Howard House, Bert Jessup, Duncan Jetlords, Truluck Kelly, Benjie Knowlton, Bob Langston, Buddy Ladd, J. B. Littlejohn, J. C. Meetze, Fairfax Mon- taque, Franklin Owen, Bayard Pickett, Harrison Pruitt, Hugh Robinson, Claude Scarborough, Bob Schmitz, Wilson Springs, George Shelor, William Trotter, Gene Trotter, ADICKES, A. ADICKES. C, ALLISON FISHER FULLER I-IAIGLER KELLY MEETZE OWEN McDOWELL MCLENDON PARASI-IO SCARBOROUGH SMITH STOKES TODD Cameron Todd, Buddy Turner, Dick Timmerman, Bob Tin- dell, Bob Wright, and Ed Worrell. PLEDGES Bard Allison, Bill Brockman, Neal Commins, Harry Com- mins, Ray Currance, Lynwood Floyd, Benny Helms, Bob Jenkins, Hootie Johnson, Micky Marshall, Paul McDowell, Russell McGowan, Lockhart McLendon, Guy Nichols, John Parasho, Bobby Smith, Doug Stokes, Frank Tobin, Jack Walther, and Bill Watson. a fi Z if it 4 ' OFFICERS JOHN H. HOLLADAY . ...,. . . . President SAMUEL L. BOYLSTON . . . Vice-President RABE R. TYLER ..... . . . Secretary-Treasurer GRADY Y. NICKLES ................. Historian The McBryde Brotherhood emerged on the campus in the spring ol 1949. The sincere and cooperative attitude ol the students in McBryde College was organized to perpetuate better relations and to provide more social activity. ln athletics, the intramural team starred in each tournament, won the basketball trophy and compiled the highest number ol points ol any independent group in intra- mural competition. In May, social activities blossomed at Gibson's Pond with a picnic followed by dancing. Fall found the Fellows renewing their activities along with their studies. Pledging and initiation were relatively simple as the Dean of Men provided all new members. Each new occupant of the dormitory automatically becomes a member if he so desires: otherwise, there are no restrictions ol membership, in fact, at present the Brotherhood has an international atmosphere. For into its indigenous surroundings tlashed the German boy, Wolfgang Reinbacher of Frankfort and the globe-trotting Trudes Suverkropp ol Rot- terdam, Holland. Llnder the leadership ol "Woll'i the tenement blazed its way to win the turkey supper ol the "Y"-sponsored groups. Fall merrymaking took on a new look as the Brotherhood danced to the inimitable music of Lucius Weathers at the Womenis Club. Guest of honor was Maureen Lovingood, 1949 homecoming queen. At the T949 homecoming game John Holladay strolled across the football tield inside a replica of Maxcy Monument with Herb Freeman dressed as a Carolina coed waltz- ing along the side. This skit was judged best on the tield. REACHED NEW HEIGHTS BEST SKIT AWARD GAY AFFAIR mnmmszsw.,,fm.s.z.,..,...,1MW..,,......,.s.,.,w..W.. - ,.,. .far-f-Mena , . , .. . . .r . ,s i .,,, W a, D Ronald Adams, Lee Alford, Emerson Ard, A. H. Bazemore, NW. S. Boleman, Raymond Boylston, Sam Boylston, Dan Bradley, J. J. Buckner, Charles M. Buddin, Sam Burnette, John Busbee, Lloyd Chines, Raymond Cook, Winnie Cooke, Lucius Cooke, Charles Cox, Ken Creel, John Cumbee, Bill Chapman, Bill Durant, W. Jerry Fedder, Angelo Forlidas, Herb Freeman, Charles Giles, Mack Graham, Mitch Gra- ham, Paul Greer, Charles Heins, Rex Herring, John H. Holladay, J. C. lnabinet, Mitch Johnson, Edwin Ladd, Al Lane, Campbell Laney, Wilbur Lawrence, Durward Lewis, J Atroizo W5 sAzEMoRE BOLEMAN BOYLESTON, R. BOYLESTON, s. BRADLEY BLICKNER BUDDIN BURNETTE BUSBEE COOK, R. COOK, W. COOKE CREEL CUMBEE FEDDER FORLIDAS FREEMAN GILES HEINS HOLLADAY LANEY LAWRENCE LUNNEY MCCARTHA McKEE McKENZIE NICKLES ODOM POSTON PRESSLEY OUATTLEBAUM RABB SAMPLE SANDIFER SCOTT SHULER SNEAD SOLOMONS STACY STUBBS TIMMERMAN TYLER Ray Lunney, Powell McCall, Wilbur McCartha, Harvey McKee, John McKenzie, Bob Mount, Grady Nickles, Montgomery Oates, Lindsey Odom, Paul Peeples, Roberts Poston, Eric Pressley, Cliff Quattlebaum, Rogers Rabb, Wolf Reinbacher, Mack Ringer, George Sample, Nicky Sandiler, Aubrey Scott, Bruce Shuler, H. P. Smith, Jimmy Snead, Gifford Solomons, Bill Stacy, Eddie Stubbs, T. D. Suver- kropp, Dick Timmerman, Rabe Tyler, Johnny Ulmer, Bill Vaughn, Lowry Ware, Louie Ward, Jack Ward, and Harold Watson. WM Jing! M7 my 4,74 320 L 2611.46 AH Wm M, 5 L? w x- . my , - A mm. ,hmm . , Y TW m MH' all M-ws-vwgg Q , If Ai ' V 5 3, , an is Q xv -sw. MN 9 'SSQQM' ,uf A , Qxism- 4 3' ,. 'F ' Q ' ,x , M .ww - 1' A M , W, b . M 3 35 x E, ? 1 g. H X 5 w 1 5 2 5 5, is 3 E 3 E 5 2 I 5 5 E L K 21 E 3 .ff Y vfrfiwg- If -' f. 5 E fwfkl, A V 1 f-ww Q ,, Jn- f41w.,e,, Y '11-Afiwf :f,- ',f,a: W f - f Y' Q nf 5 43 3 Q? Sf M, - Hg 0 sf -4 11 5 . Q k - 3 k fmia maxim?fywgsQxwQ?x?faf?HREii? --? Aww g 535552 4mMA5aQQ?5Q?i2QU3xiEf fM iEg? W if QE Q Q 5 fi,la 11E Q in S k sg 52,2 ki Q W 5193583 Q. E Y February 4 marlced the day the Bloclc HC" Club toolc over the campus For its annual initiation. Ali day long the prospective members were required to wear the goal ol their respective sport, That night a stag party was given lor the initiates. The Block "CH Club sponsors a number ol cam- pus activities. For years the Student Body has been given a spring preview ol the Gamecoclc Football squad at the annual spring game. lntra- mural boxing and baslcetball tournaments will be held this spring in the Field House. All lunds from the tournament are donated to the W. S. S. F. Fund. Block Two outings a year are given for the graduat- ing seniors oi the Club. A pre-Christmas party and a dance in the spring honors the graduates in February and .lune respectively. New otticers are named at the spring dance. Present otticers are: Raymond McKenzie, presi- dentg "Red,' Wilson, vice-presidentg AI Schooler, secretaryg Bo l-lagan, secretaryg Bob Doclcery, historian. MQKENZIE ALLEN BADGER BOOTH BRIGGMAN +A:-g BRYANT BRYSON CAMPASSI CHENNIS ulf. , COLLIE COLLINS COLEMAN DQLOACH """"' DOCKERY wr-wvfl' DREWS DUSENBURY FOWLER HENRIKSON JACKSON MARSHALL Club . . . N950 MQGILL, O. PINKERTON RI-IAME SCI-IULER SI-IERRER SINGLETON SMITH SPENCE STRICKLAND STRINGER STEVENS SYKES TEMPLE TRIET TYLER WARD WILSON 325 FOOTBALL The season was a disappoint- ment to USC followers, but a strong finish eased the pain. ' The four won and six lost record looks bad, but upon reviewing the teams we played, we find that it was a hard schedule, 'coo hard. HANK BARTOS TED PETOSKEY Line Coach End Coach 3' REX ENRIGHT Head Coach WEEMS BASKINS EARL DURHAM FRANK JOHNSON GEORGE TERLEP Line Coach Freshman Coach Freshman Coach Baclcfield Coach NINETEEIXI FCDVQTY-NINE We lost to Baylor, who won 8 of lO, to Furman, who had a mediocre season, to UNC, who won 7 oi i0 and a Cotton Bowl bid, to Maryland, who won 8 ol 9 and a Gator Bowl bid, to Miami, who won 7 ot lO, to Georgia Tech, who won 7 of lO. John Boyle, our sophomore star, was dismissed From the squad prior to the Marquette game, but injured Bo l-lagan had come through and played brilliantly to end his career. Bo l-lagan, our brilliant quarterback and most valuable player, Red Wilson, Four times All-State, Cecil Woolbright, a great end, Bob Dockery, an under-rated tackle, Jim Pinkerton, our best pass receiver, Dick Fagan, the most versatile man on the squad, Bill Rutledge, a thunderous line-backer, Ed Jackson, hard-hitting back, George Wright, a tine center, l-larry Bryson, a tine defensive end, Pat Vella, quarterback, l-larry Deloach, the hardest worker on the squad, I.em Ekimott, our best line- backer, Buddy Edwards and Vic Hendrickson, both held back by injuries, all played their tinal season For USC. Hagan made INS All-Southern defensive team, and honorable mention All-America, Strickland and Wilson made All-State and second team AP All-Southern, Wadiak made Sportswriters, second team All-Southern, and Sparks made All-State. GAMECOCKS TAKE TO THE MR! WILSON WOOLBRIGI-iT Captain End E cl All-State FAGAN COL.lLDN'T MAKE IT! CATQGLINA o BAYLCDTQ 20 The Gamecocks opened the season with the Baylor Bears. Passes by Adrian Burk over- shadowed the brilliant defensive play of our line and Carolina fell before the Bears 20 to 6. Carolina recovered a Baylor fumble early in the first quarter but Failed to score. Baylor took over on their 30 and four passes later, the Bears commanded a 7-0 lead. John Boyle quarterbacked the Gamecocks on a 70-yard drive for a TD. Vicious block- ing by an under-rated line, Wadiakis run- ning, a Boyle to Pinkerton pass, and two passes to Dick Fagan, carried us to the Baylor six-yard line. Boyle scored from the one. Baylor tallied again with only ten seconds remaining in the tirst half. Another USC drive carried us to the three- yard line but we failed to score. Baylor scored again in the last quarter on a long pass. Captain Woolbright and Phillips stood out among a brilliant defensive line that allowed only 80 yards. Wilson and Strickland were sidelined because of injuries. HENDRICKSON. Tackle After their good showing against Baylor, the Gamecocks re- turned to Columbia to meet Furman. lt proved to be a long night For Carolina as they could do nothing right against an inspired Purple l-lurricane. With Bo l-lagan still on the injured list, Sophomore quarterback John Boyle ran the team and saw his passes repeatedly dropped by the Gamecocks. l-lorton scored to put Furman ahead but the Gamecocks roared back to lead 7-6 when Strickland scored from the Furman 15. ln the third period, Furman got two more points when Boyle was tackled in his end zone. Later Furman scored again on a 75-yard punt return. Carolina drove to the one in the fourth quarter but tumbled away their last chance and l5,000 unbelieving lans had witnessed the upset ol the year in South Carolina. Strickland looked great all night, running as he did as a Fresh- man, but Horton and Jasonek led a more-spirited team to victory. CAQOLINA 7 FUIQMAN I4 SPARKS Guard All-State 1 xr 1 . 'i 4 X ,,:,, I 1. i s Q, , N 1 ,H 1 . Q K , it rxkfl l f DOCKERY, Tackle f 9 Q Kr T K . 329 PHILLIPS Back USC I3 UNC 28 The Cotton Bowl-bound UNC Tar l-leels jumped to a 7-point lead early in the tirst quarter, led by Justice, I-layes, and Weiner. But a fighting line, backed up by Jabbusch and Rutledge and a defensive backtield of Pasky, Kin- caid, Deloach, and Phillips held UNC. ln the second quarter, Boyle passed to Deloach, then hit Wilson, who ran over the safety man to SCOYC. UNC scored twice in the third period to lead QI-7. Strickland ran 63 yards but was pulled down from behind and we failed to score. UNC again tallied in the tinal period and Boyle retaliated with a pass to Pinkerton good lor 60 yards and a TD. Our line, along with superb tackling by Jab- busch, held Justice to a tour-yard average. Dock- ery, Skinner, and Sparks stood out on defense. USC played a good, hard game and proved that they weren't as weak as Clemsonians swore. EKIMOFF WADIAK Y 5'-v .XY g 1 sa 'i l .g, tml. , , ,W STRICKLAND CARRIES THE TIGER CARGLINA 27 Thirty-five thousand fans saw Clemson race to a thirteen point lead in the tirst sixteen minutes. Everybody gave the Gamecocks up--except a fighting team and a boy named 'iBoi'. Criticized, underrated, and forgotten Bo l-lagan replaced Boyle and gave one of the most brilliant performances ever seen at Carolina stadium. l-le called perfect signals, faked beautifully, a n d passed unerringly, to give USC a 27-i3 victory. Wadiak raced sixty yards, l-lagan passed to Wilson, then scored to make it 7-13. l-lagan led another drive behind perfect blocking and good pass protection, with Strickland and Wadiak tear- CLEMSQN I3 ing the Clemson line apart. Wadiak scored and the half ended with the score tied. The third quarter saw Clemson wilt away before the onslaught of our otfensive and defensive lines and a great pass defense. Clemson's all-state twins, Cone and Mathews, couldnit average five yards between the two of them. Then came the fourth. l-lagan threw a perfect forty-yard pass to Pin- kerton for a TD. Clemson failed before a great defense and Prezioso cut loose for forty-six yards and Hagan scored again. Hagan led a spirited team that beat Clemson fair and square, and the tiger roared no more! y FAGAN. End SMlTl"l, Center PASKY, Quarterback CAROLINA 7 MARYLAND Lili PICKETT, Back r"' On a muddy and slippery tield in Byrd Stadium the Gamecocks absorbed their worst defeat in years at the hands of Maryland's Gator Bowl bound Old Liners. Strickland and Wadiak, Carolinas speed twins, were greatly handicapped by a slippery tield and slipped to the ground more Frequently than they were tackled by Maryland defenders. Maryland, whose passing attack was supposed to be nil, scored almost all ot their touchdowns on passes. A great Maryland line contributed much to the Gamecock downlall. Carolinas only score came when John Boyle passed to Pinkerton in the end zone in the fourth quarter. The Gamecocks lost to a great ball club, but had the game been played on a dry field, the margin ol victory would not have been so great. JABBLJSCH, Center STFUCKLAN D All-State 'M 29543 B CAQQLINA 6 The Gamecocks spoiled Marquette's homecom- ing by whipping the l-lilltoppers with a last quarter TD. Marquette couldn't cross our goal, thanks to a tine defensive line and sharp pass defense led by Pickett, Phillips, and Kincaid. They kicked a tield goal and led 3-O, at the end of the third period. MATQQUETTE 3 Hagan then sent Prezioso romping on a 30-yard run, Wadiak on a QO-yard run, then Hagan sneaked over behind Smiths blocking. Bennie Skinner, Collie, Gargano, Stephens, and Smith led the interference for the scoring drive. It was a battle with two lines tighting tiercely, but our boys came through. VELLA, Back COLLIE, Tackle ERYSON, End if A 4" E 4 -Q" A in 1539 i, Q c ,w4fAI,- A - A V' 4' viii' ,lfgff re- Qfsgiii r- f I A A , ' ' ' 'Aff-ff ,A A ,wi A4 11 'Wifi 'A Q magma-i,,i3s,iwi ,A 3gxrs3.Z:Q,Q,rr,-,rA- ' fig W 2 xg, 9 A A Aww snfmv W A.-rgffzgfgg-5,231 yfzif-sg' a r ,512 - ' H L, A 'I fr' Y --'W- 2 I , a f.: Q - gl iazgif' 3 ' -E X' I :rs HW rm ,rg Qgfsfir , ' I A f A ,,., W , A I - - ,A , , f AW- f , avr?-'rv 7 I",LA"f,1S'f?IL"fZ1f.LW JL A : Ant ' . -V AN ' -Yr,-V I 471' V RQ Acg,5,,,w,5y.,,f,, , A Amt, fi ,Q : M N,Qgiiiilrfiisifiagifixxifi'f5-'QW-'Y 15 VIQVWAW ri f ra. 13-: 'QQ' fiZ1f5i5if5i,1W!'446,,L' Aoi iifef' -I ,. -, -' rj,-I rw 7 "" fi W 3 'T , 45 ' ' ' ziiafif Qfiwu- ,Ama-Aziz? I . -. -1 f RUTLEDGIE, Back DeLOACI-I. Back JACKSON Back CAIQGLIIXIA 7 MIAMI I3 The traditional one-touchdown margin between the Gamecock and the Hurricane heId true again as CaroIina, a two to Iour touchdown underdog, heId the speedy Miami backs in check most oi the game. Miami scored in the tirst quarter and again in the third, but the Gamecocks Fought back in the Iast period as Pasky engineered a 95-yard touchdown drive with Wadiak scoring. CoIIie, Stephens, Bennie Skinner, Stewart, and Smith stood out in the Iine. B. SKINNER, Guard STEPHENS, Tackle We mf, A ,nw 4,4 334 A Ygfw :K X , , 3A an an Jeff , s J yc . . :A Pizczioso 'ZIL i i L CAIQGLINA 3 GECDTQGIA TEC!-I I3 Georgia Tech found themselves behind 3-O at the end of the tirst quarter, thanks to Wadiak's time running which set up Bill Killoy's 30-yard tield goal. Tech was stopped cold For three periods by Captain Woolbright, Stewart, Roy Skinner, Len Ekimott, Pickett, Kincaid, Del.oach, Pasky, and Jabbusch. Tech scored twice on passes in the tinal period to win T3-3. Len Ekimott was the best player on the tield, making over half the tackles. Wadiak, Mitchell, and Prezioso carried the ottense along with Hagan, but the injured Strickland was missed terribly. The lines, both ottensive and defensive, played great and it was a hard one to lose. SCHUETZNER ROY SKINNER Guard CAROLINA 27 KINCAID, Back PASKY GOES IOI YARDS! WAKE FOREST 20 Steve Wadiak raced 60 yards on the tirst play but the drive that followed failed on the tive. Jabbusch blocked a Wake punt and Strickland went over a few plays later. Jab- busch blocked another punt and Wake was lost. The Deacons drove downtield in the second quarter but Pasky intercepted a pass and raced lOl yards For a TD with Dick Fagan throwing the key block. The hall ended T3-O. The Deacons scored in the third quarter but USC roared back on Hagan to Pinkerton passes and Wadiak took it over. The Gamecocks marched again on Hagan passes, the running ol Strickland, Wadiak, and Prezioso. Hagan went over for the TD behind Srnith's blocking. The ottensive line moved Wake's line all over the tield. Wake scored twice in the last period but it was too late. We won 27-20. l-lagan and Wadiak led the ottensive along with Pinkerton, Woolbright and Collie in the line. Pasky was the outstanding defensive star and Stewart Skinner, Ekimotf, Sparks, Fagan and Bryson led the defensive line. GARGANO, Guard KILLOY End awww ! f f nw X 7 5, T if ' Q J CAPOLINA 42 This was supposed to be a tight game but Steve Wadiak turned it into a track meet, scoring three times and running at will. Strickland also had a good day and scored once as did Prezioso. Bo l-lagan played his usual great game and De- loach was also an ottensive star. Ed Pasky threw Pinkerton a TD pass to end the scoring. Citadel didn't have a chance from the opening whistle and the score would have been greater if Enright had turned on the power. Dick Fagan starred on a great defensive line by CITADEL 0 smashing through to smear the Bulldogs lor great losses. Captain Woolbright, Wilson, Pinkerton, and Bryson all played well to end their careers. Bayard Pickett intercepted tour passes-more than Citadel men caught! Both the ottensive and delensive lines played pertect ball with Pickett starring in the defensive backtield along with Pasky. Dockery, Vella, l-lendrickson, Wright, Rutledge, and Edwards played their last game lor USC and contributed to a great victory. HAGAN, Quarterb PINKERTON, End WRIGHT, Center Most Valuable Pla Q63 247 X-J sammnraaf 69550 6:65567 A S QQ 1 36 L sa cmmef Qmmmnmg ?iMi?l3JfL K g si sg The USC basketeers were a pleasant sur- prise this season. Although they dropped three out of their tirst Four games, they went on to win twelve of their last seventeen games. Led by captain Jim Slaughter, all-state and all-Southern center and holder ol state and conference all-time scoring records, the Gamecocks ended the season in Fourth place in the conlerence and won the state championship. Don Cox proved his greatness by making all-state and capturing the hearts of all Fans with his brilliant playing. l-le will make quite a name For himsell belore he leaves Carolina. JOHNSON, Coach ., 'W' I firm? Chuck Prezioso ranked high in the scoring parade and always played a good game. l:OlwoYd BASKETBALL Red Coleman controlled the backboards and played a very good floor game. Len Ekimoff was the stalwart of defense, getting little glory but playing with all he had. AI Munn also proved very capable and hit the basket frequently as well as playing a tine floor game. Bill Smith, an unheralded center, came in as a forward late in the season and played very capable pall showing that he was the most under-rated man on the team. Jack Reed also turned in good performances during the season. Slaughter scored an even 400 points in twenty games, smashing his own state record and breaking the Southern conference record with 338 points in I6 conference games. I-Ie missed half of the Duke game and all of the North Carolina game with a bad ankle. Big Jim scored 30 or more points in four games this season. CAPTAIN SLAUGHTER All-State, All-S outhern Center ' TWO POINTS FOR BIG JIM M y J .,.,.i , . r if f if .f,- f.f- V :-. Wm as 'xmsbw J 5 M 3 i?f5S:f ,H ,.AM M A : R S' , 5- x J' W.:- sw ,mf-4 W .5 94 KW, 5 ' - K, mf 51 11 A M ,ai w j A, an Mg-gm .Az f.a-BLM, is: QW vi f -' W ,nd-..'?5 4 f A 5 FOWLER-Q30 lbs. BRlGGMAN-l45 lb Southern Collegiate Champ LEDGE UI ted HARRELSON-Unlimited BCDXING The Garnet and Black goes to press belore the boxing season is completed, therelore leaving us with only tive com- pleted matches and two remaining matches plus the Southern Tournament in Columbia. Llp to date, the mittmen ha v e whipped Eastern Carolina State Teachers College 6'f2-3lf2, and Virginia 6-Q, while losing to underdog Citadel 5-3, being smothered by N a t i o ri al Champions l.. S. Ll. 7lf2-VZ, and dropping a close one to Mississippi Southern 4lf2-3lf2. HITOPOLOUS I25 lbs. HUNT-l75 lbs. 342 MILLER-I45 lbs. SINGLETON-175 lb Coach Jess Alderman has put a line team into great lorm and remaining matches with Maryland and Miami should see Ll. S. C. well represented in the win column. Ray Avant, Southern champ, graduated, leaving Southern champ, Jim Briggman, 155, and Pete Campassi, 125, and injured Bill Rutledge, heavy, to lead the team. Campassi, 125, l-litopolous, 130, Fowler, 135, Decell and Miller, 145, Bfiggman, 155, Hall, is5, Hunt and Singleton, 175, l-larrelson and Rutledge, unlimited, all tight lor the Garnet and Blaclc. The big thing comes in the middle ol March, the Southern Invitational Tournament. U. S. C. is host to this great col- lection ol fighters and Alderman hopes his team will take first place out ol the eight entries. We regret we have such an early deadline. COACH ALDERMAN AND MANAGERS HALL-I55 lbs. CAMPASSI-jl25 lb Southern Collegiate Champ ELL 135 CDN TI-IE CINDEV The Garnet and Black goes to press before the track season begins, leaving us in the dark on the track situation. Track is a hard sport which takes plenty ol practice and endurance. USC gives no track scholarships and we really can't compete with more athletically inclined schools which give scholarships in all athletic departments. What we have is sell-made and we manage to hold our own in this state. Coach Baskin is well known as a tine coach and no doubt we will have a pretty Fair season. Captain Ray McKenzie will lead the 1950 track aggregation with several stars in the track divi- sion, but novices in the tield events. The Gamecocks will attend the UNC indoor meet and the Florida relays as well as State and Conference meets. PAT!-I I950 ROSTER l00 and Q20 dash-Woodlee, Drews, McKen- zie, 440 dash-McKenzie, Spence, Patterson, 880 dash-Wilkerson, l-lulon, Mcl.enclon, Ward Slcin- ner, l mile--Xxfard, Davis, Marshall, Skinner, Cornpher, 2 mile-Dean, Davis, Gibson, l-laley, Hurdles-C. McGill, 0. McGill, Broacl Jump-C. McGill, Woodlee, l-ligh Jump-C. McGill, O. McGill, Javelin - Deloach, Shot - Prezioso, Stephens, Pole Vault-Badger, Pickett, Discus- Prezioso, Stephens. TED PETOSKEY Coach PI NKERTON All Southern BASEBALL I949 One ol the best squads to ever represent Caro- lina, the 1949 team won 15 games while losing only six. lt was a team that wouldn't quit, supported by the brilliant pitching ol Sherer and Camp, who had most of the mound duties. The season was nearly over when the Clemson Tigers came to Columbia, holding the lead in this state. But Bo l-lagan held them to Four hits to win the tirst game and Camp and Sherer came through to win the second game, giving us the state championship and second place in the Southern Conference. But the squad was stabbed in the back when the conlerence overlooked them in the NCAA play otls, letting an inlerior Richmond team re- place U. S. C. But lour Gamecocks made the All-Southern team-Camp, Wilson, Pinkerton, and Captain Parone. Although slighted in the play otts, the Game- cocks were still tops in the eyes ol more able experts. PITCl-llNG STAFF ,uk - T x 'TF' ' ll CRTBB CAPTAIN PARCPN F All Souihern C ""k . Qwwvww- I STEVENS SYKFS RESULTS USC . 4 Michigan State 3 USC . 3 Michigan Slate 5 USC . 7 Dulce . . . 6 USC . 4 Dulce . . . 3 USC . TO Davidson . S USC . Q Dulce . 6 USC . 5 Dulce . 9 USC , 8 UNC . TO USC . TQ Furman . . . II USC . li Furman , A l USC . 5 Davidson . . 4 USC . T3 The Citadel . a USC . 7 The Citadel . 4 USC , 7 The Citadel . 6 USC . T5 The Citadel . C2 USC . 6 Clemson . . 7 USC . I Furman . . 4 USC . 9 Furman . 3 USC . 5 Clemson 3 USC . 7 Clemson 6 WILSON All Southern DUSFNBURY COLJCH - -- AFFELD CANTEY CONSTAN DARBY DIAL JAMES LAMB LANGSTON MCCAIN ROTH THOMAS THOREN WRIGHT MWMDR BLCDCK U H CLUB The Minor Block "C" Club was reorganized this year alter a layotf of several years. Men who win blocks in tennis, golf, and swimming are eligible to be members ol this club. Though small at present, it is hoped that more men will turn out For minor sports and help enlarge it. "Doo, Lamb is president, Theo Constan, vice-president, l-l. A. Langston, secretary, and John Cantey, treasurer. 348 TENNIS Tlwe tennis team lost Ben Turner, last year's star, and wonit be as strong as the T949 squad. They will meet most ol tlie teams in this area and should enter tlie state a n d conference tournaments. Our hopes are pinned on Tlieo Constan, Fred Atkinson, and George Rotlw, tlwree ol last yearis stars who will return to play. a"Ul LETTERMEN ch? 'vi cf' WTO N GULF The T950 Goll Team will be headed by our three remaining lettermen, Bob Thoren, former state champ, George Dial, and Jimmy Clemmons. Chuclc Prezioso, Fred Compher, and Jaclc Acree are expected to round out Red Ballentineis golfers. Melvin l-lemphill helps coach the golfers. U. N. C., Wake Forest, Davidson, Clemson, N. C. State, The Citadel, Georgia, and Furman will be met by the Gamecocks. They will defend their state championship in Spartanburg at the State Meet and will also compete For honors in the Southern Conference meet at Winston-Salem. SWIMMING The swimming team began the season with only three regulars from last yearls squad and are hav- ing to build from inexperienced men. Lack of in- terest has been the greatest drawback to the team as very lew men attend the try-outs. As we go to press the team has lost its initial outings to Emory and Clemson. They have remain- ing meets with Florida State, The Citadel, Clem- son, and the state meet in Columbia. Returning lettermen include Doc Lamb, back stroke and lree style, Bebe Rhame, free style, and Preston Darby, Free style. Promising prospects are Perry Dawson, breast stroke, Nick Koluch, breast stroke, Pete Wardlaw, long distance and lree style, Jimmy Smith, free style, Dick Dunham, lree style, and Pat McKinsey, diver. Coach Jim Ratlitt has worked hard to turn out a winning team but has been hampered by lack ol men. RULE S FUR PUOL1 INTRAMURAL Through the hard worlc of Joe Grugan, intramural athletic director and Bill Davis, student manager, the intramural program at USC has proven very suc- cessful despite the obstacles which lay in its way. The facilities are almost nil, having but three cramped tields for football, one permanent and two part-time courts for basketball, and three or four fields for softball. Anywhere from 20 to 30 football teams, 4-O to 50 basketball teams, and 15 to 35 softball teams enter the intra- mural programs. USC, as usual, remains low man in facilities and appropriations a m o n g state universities. USC has many excellent athletes who want the facilities expanded so they may practice, but the campus remains small and inadequate. . 7 SPGRTS . . I95O Despite all these obstacles, the work of Curugan, Davis, and the Athletic Council have given us a good program. Kappa Alpha went through an undefeated sea- son and defeated Lambda Chi Alpha for the fraternity championship. Tenement 29 defeated the A. S. M. E. for the independents football championship. Tom Clark, A. S. M. E., Tom Mactie, K. A., and "Stick" Riley, S. A. E., were chosen the outstand- ing intramural football players. Basketball gets underway as we go to the printer, but school champions Tenement 24-V2 and fraternity champions S. A. E. will have to fight to retain their championships. Sigma Chi will be out to defend its track cham- pionship but S. A. E. is supposed to be very strong. The 1949 track meet saw some outstanding performances by fraternity men and independents. Stick Riley, S. A. E., scored fifteen points while Fred Compher, Lambda Chi Alpha, broke the record for the Farr mile. Softball is a wide-open race between all teams and everybody has a chance. Boxing didn't receive too much support, but several intramural boxers are now on the USC squad. Although our athletic plant is inadequate, we hope some day to keep pace with other schools. Never have sq to do sd DCDN'T EENQE NE IN Our athetic-minded student went out to play, But he was told "Come back some other dayn. l-le got his basketball and rari to the gym, But boisterous arid crowded there was rio room for him. So he grabbed his bat and raced to the plate, But alas! again he was too late. l-le grabbed his raclcet and headed for the court, But a few dozen more loved that sport. l-le wallced baclc slowly, discouraged as could be, Oh, God! 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'I Southern States II Supply Company II cf . 75 PLUMBING AND HEATING II I SUPPLIES I I1 II 1'1 1'1' I I 1 'I 11, 11, 11, 11, I1 11 11, 11, 1,1 1,1 I 1 I I 11 1 I FI I 1 11 'I :I III 1I I 1 11' 11' II 11, 11, 11, II I 1 III 1 'fl 'II II Il' 1I 11, ' I I 23525 ' qw, I fygfii, I A . is f CP 5 X .I-:UQ Lf-?5"g Nm 3. , s zu-wp ,1 gs W v, Rfk mf' f -:gi W f' S5 ACCOUNTING AND SECRETARIAL COURSES Lmrn to Earn DRAUGHON'S BUSINESS COLLEGE SPECIAL AND REFRESH E R, COURSES 1218 SFMTER, ST. COLUMBIA, S. C. BEST IVISHES kv-kH,xI. 4 I 4,42 1 IJ ,I I,I I I I 44: I4 II I:I 44' I 4:4 I 4 4, I 'I 4 I,l ,I 'I 44, l4 III I,I I,I -I I -----------------------------v--- ---Y-W-il-A4, 44, 4:- 4' ' 45: 44, 4 4 'I 4- 4 IE 4 4 4 44' 42' , I I I ,I I ,I ll , I I 'I It is the policy of tl1e Palmetto, Carolina, Ritz, Strand, Five Points and Drive In Theatres to assist those young nien who are desirous of a col- lege education by giving them part- tinie employment during' their school ternis. The theatres below are happy to have had a part in helping' to build a better and more useful citizen for South Carolina. PALMETTO - CAROLINA - RITZ STRAND - FIVE POINTS AND DRIVE IN Theatres 'vQvgvlvlvlvlvl'lvl'Q'""""""A'A'A""'?-V'""'v"""""""""T"5-'T I I I 1.A.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-..L-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. -qw GRAYSON'S Sigh' H6f41Yqfz1a1'f1'I'.Q for College H1011 13447 IXIAIN Puoxi-1 2-6714 4 I 4 I 4 I II, ,I I 4,, 4 I I I 'II I-I I I I I I I'4'-'-'-'-'Q'Q'A""""""""""''''''-A'''Q'Q"'A'"T'T-T'?'T'T'T'T'?'T"lI .v.v..v.v.-.W.V.-.7.7.-.Y.Y.,.v.v.v.v.v.'.v.,.'.v.v.7.7.-.w.w.w,v.v.,.,.vT Tv. - - - - - - v .-.-.-.-.-.--.A.-.A.-.1--.-v-.4..-.--.-.-4.-.-...f.A,.. - -, 1'ONGRATULATIONS TO OVR STATE VNIYERSITY PEARCE - YOUNG - ANGEL CO. IVl1olf'sr1Ic Foods BIRDSEYE FROZEN FOODS 4 424: 44, Ii 4,4 I 'I II I, , 4 II ' I ,J It 4 I 4 I 4 II lg II 4 I 4 I I I I 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,I ,I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I ,I ,I ,I ,I I I' - -' ------- ' -' ----' ' -'----' - 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I I - FI 1 11' 11' 1-' 11' I I 11, 1:- I I 11, 11, II 11' 11' 11' 11' 11' 1I I1 1I , II 11' I I I 1 1 I 11, I. 11' I I I1 11' 1I I 1 11' 11' 11 If' 11' I I 11, 11, TMI I1"'.I L-' U1 O EI... 55 O Q32 ZZ 'U DH 2 I-4 N4 T1 'E 'T 'Ru T1 N-. 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I- --------- ----' --""'-"' '-"" ' ' ' " I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I 'I I I 1 ,I 1 I VARSITY AND MARKET RESTAURANTS "Iust Good Food" ,,.---------------------------------..-.-.- 11' 11 11 1 I I 1 11' 11' 11' 11' 11' 11' 11' 11' I1 11 I , 1' I I III 'I I 1 I 1 I I III 1 11I I 1 11' 1,1 1,1 I I I II 1I 11, 11, I1 II II I 1 I 1 11' I 1 'I , 'I I 1 I I 11, I 'I I I II, 11, 1 I COM PLIM1-I NTS CAROLINA 11 PAPER COMPANY l7t o COLVMBIA, S. I'. I 11 .... A .-..- . -1-Iwr-.-Y-1-v-w-1-Y-.-v-v-.- 9l Q III:I 1 an-,,,,v ql "VI 'I III IIIIII III ff -5 , I II-5' :II 1 4 I, 'H . ,,,f'1ba' N - "' I I U x ffl fl 1 X ,I ' "'11' I 'I 'Q I I 0 f J J 35:1 X f II? i I III Mbna- .4 -F Starting Out Together to Serve South Carolina ALLEN BROTHERS MILLING COMPANY COLUMBIA. GREENWOOD. S. C. Mille1's of ADLUH Table Tested FLOUR and JHEAL, is proud to take this occasion to congratulate the members of the Class of 1950 upon the conclusion of their studies. We are also proud to announce the completion of our new grain storage elevators which also started out to serve our State in the Spring of 1949. Same Today . . . Same Always ALLE BROTHERS MILLI G COMP INCORPORATED COLUMBIA 0 SOUTH CAROLINA ' GREENXVOOD 369 v N col 111111 LA111 1 11 Row THE STYLES YOU WANT THE CLOTHES YOU NEED COLL EGR CAR li ER ROW -ng, ,. 1 I 41" M Ni' J I I I 1 g .1 370 5 C'oA1P1,m11f.x lh 01 Knrss 5- 10 - 254 sronr 1508 BIAIN Co1,I'x11a1A, S. C. CrmP1,11x111.x in WOODLAWN STUDIO Portraits - Weddings Commercial Photography 1134 BVU. PHONE 2-0062 uuahzhe Laundry and Cleaners "B4zu11IIf's of Srzfiisfacfiorf' 1415 GERYAIS 1500 VVOODROVV. 2 BL0c'I4s Hmm IfN1v,14:1Is1'1'Y DIAI4 6667 DIAI, 2-3349 ONE-DAY SERVICE 2011 IIISCOUNT Fnxlz IIIIII Carry --------------------------.A.-.-4.-.-.-.-v--.24 -------------------------- I COM PLIMENTS OF gesfog 'C' 5 POINTS CORNER OF BLOSSOM AND HARDEX I. 4,4 4,4 I. 4 4 4 I 4 I I4 4 I 4 I 4 I I4 I4 4 I 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 I4 L 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 I 4 I 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 I 4 I 4 I 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 I 4 I 4 I 4 I 4 If I :I I 4 I ART FLOWER SHOP "When You sag it with Flowers . . Say it with OYITSU 1227 HAlII"1 ox PHONE 2-6781 ,L ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I I 'I jI ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I I 'I 'I II ,I I, , I, II 'I II II I, II I, I, I, I, I, I, I, I, I: II I, 'I I, I, I, I, I, I, I I, II II II I, I, I, - .,,,,.,.--.--,--., E, 4 I I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I I I I I jI ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,I ,II -I "Build I'Vifl2 Briefs" AND BUY FROBI GUIGNARD BRICK WORKS ,L III II I-A QI :' ,I :- I r-4 II . 4 III H I I J! ,II N. ,II G 4 Isl .II III III III III III III III III III III III III III III 'I TD 'II C I I r' ' I-4 'II I . I 'I S III U: II I-4 I Iv I,I S III III U1 II ' . '.I rx I,I . ' -I If 4 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I, I I I I I I 4, 4, 4, 4 I, 4, 4 4. 4 4 4 I, 'I I HAMPTON MOTORS IINCORPORATED Sales and S1'rzIice DODGE AND PLYMOUTH DODGE IOB-RATED TRUCKS PHONE 6901 1309-11 HAMPTON PHESTIHE In the business world as well as in government, prestige is won by impartially serving the best interests ol people in every station of life. Our personal service to the living is for every family calling us regardless of the amount it decides the funeral shall cost. DUNBAR Funeral Home BEST IVISHES C A B A N I S S 'LTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLED MARTIN ROBERTS' RESTAURANT 1 507 GERW'AIS STREET SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN STEAKS - SEA FOOD - DINNERS --..---..-----------------------.1 - .,.......,... Y . . Y... A,A-A-Av,A,,A-A-A1 1 111 1 1 1' 1'-' 151 1 1 , 11 11, 11, 1 . , I I 1 1 1 1 I1 1 11' 1211 11, 11 1'-' 1,1 In 1 I' , 1 1 , 1" . 131 1,-, 1-, 11, ' 1 1 '1 11-1 11, 1 1 1" 1" 1" 1" 1" 1" 1" 1111 1 1 1111 11, 11, 11 1' 1'-' 1" 1" 1211 11, Lf PHONES 41-3170 - 4-3179 WILSON OWE S ICE CREAM Products of CENTRAL DAIRIES, INC. COLUMBIA, S. C. 1, 1 1 1" 1111 11, 11, 11, 11 1' 1' 1" 1" 1'-' 1' 1111 11, 11, 1 1 1111 11, 11, 1 151 1 1 1 LL Quality and Quantity f COGBURN'S GRILL Newt to FIRE DEPT. 1317 SUNITER ST vTLTL7:F1 P 1:- 1" 1' 1' 1' 1'-' 111 1-, 11, 11, 11, 1, 1 1 111 11, 11, 1 1 1' ' 1 1 1" 1" 1 P REYNER'S IEWELERS 1604 NIAIN STREET r HERE can you find world-famous perfumes? is Columbia's busiest cosmetic aisle? can you get quick fountain service for a "coke" or a meal? will you find Columbia's most com- plete selection of fine toiletries for men? -are the convenient meeting places up- town or at Five Points? 2, R wx, .fr 12:5:5:5:5:5:5:2'f" 55555353E32552532523EgEgS5E3E11:1r2:EE5EigE'f- . 5 2222 2 2 2 2 2 2 f' 1'-:7:1:3:2: :555E5f:2::.::::-::::'. .-:iff -: -2---:-:-1-za-:-' 4 :4:-:-: -: -2 . is , 132551 '-lY" 'Vf"" T " i8'iiE "5z"llE-32 535 . A 2' ' '""'.j.j.j..I.2IE-:Z:EE5:22:35S:I:ESIEIE1E1E5:EEE:2:E:E:2:2:2:225:52225 2'2:5i:5:1:E:2:2:2:P-1 374 Vuzzflies gVoz'0I!ics T1 v' SJ IS fl'f.' ff2QlffJm L. G. YERBY .vf,f,'fi1-ffS"""'s f'i.r1111'eM1f.v Iflr-. l'vU1lH,!lill Supplifs 'ITQAIJIXG AS Key Candy 6? Tobacco Co. 1231 l.INC'OI,N S'1'H1'11'1'l' C'U1,I'MBI,X PIIUXIC 245851 W- -'--A4AAAA"'A''44"AA'A""AAAA"""Axnx' -1 7 I Arnold s ' 7 1 F me Men s Wear 1515 SUMTICR S'1'Rl'1l'1'1' 1 375 I I435 MAIN STREET COLUMBIA, SQUTI-I CAROLINA Qylzofoqmplzy of Cgverfasfizzq eaufy BEEN in Columbia over 30 Years 1950 PORTRAITS GARNET AND BLACK 376 COMPI.IIII,ENTS OF I I I+' I I SHIP AHOY I .I ,XI .II I SEA FOOD - STEAKS In I .I I4I I I I I I I 1235 MAIN 1 ITLOCK FROM CAPITOL I II lg: lg, lg, I 4 If- I ' - ' - ' -L-L-L-L-LAL-L-L-L-LAL!L-LALAL-L-L-J.-LAL-L-LALAL-L-L-L-L-.1-L-L-L-L-L-LJ ------------------------------------- ,. A ,A,AA ,...... ... L v ................. v L-. - ,. I . IU' II' I I I I 4 I s. B. MCMASTER. INC. SPORTING GOODS I I . . I 1t'eatIurmg Complete L1 ne I I IIIacGrego1' - Goldsmith I I For All Sports PHON1-: 62211 1231 T'IAM1"l'ON STIUQET 2 I. I I I I I I Ill I I ll 0 'M 01 . Q "5 f 4 I X ? :Ur- vyv Y 0 " X r 1,- 4:92 X 6"L"'3"l LCA "0"5"0 :?f:0:f'0f' fa- v 90550, Q T m O QQ Q N it A N - ,I 0.'0"'O" Q' 10- I I 5 It 6- 7' I W S 4 I -A QUUQNN GOING! mump- Iqflfsi In ,415 Nlsf. 'Wanlfik , . YVIGOWS Lv If -C eliifir er A SOUTH CAROLINA TRADITION . . . . fleclicatezl to serving Columbia and South Carolina I.A1J115s' SMART READY-'l'O-AATEAR 11411 MAIN STREET COTlf1NIBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA DODD's 5- 10 - 259 s'rOREs. INC. Complete Jloflern Variety Stores COLT YMBIA, S. C. STORES LOCATED AT O14:nvAIs 8: ASSELIBL1' STS. COI.U:IuzIA, S. C. FIVE IJOINTS COLFIIIIIIA, S. C. 2757-59 ROSEWOOD Du. COI.UMnI.x, S. C. VVEST COLUMBIA, S. JOHNSTON, S. C. LEXINGTON, S. C. IQERSIIAXV, S. C. B.ATIISBIfRG, S. C. XVARE SIIOALS, S. C C VVHAT DOES YOUR HAT SAY ABOUT YOU? Correct, Smart, and Becoming if It is Selected at MARIE DICKERT Distinctive M iIIinery -vv---..--,.-vv,-V-w-v,.-N,v-,A,-v-v-., 2 .---.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-..Y--.-.-.-.-.---.-.lv--.-.-B-.-.--.-.--.LM16 EVANS MOTOR COMPANY -A-l"m' ,M-Ilozzl' S4'1'z'ic'U DIAL 8103 M--Tlzen Coumf' ilu' lIl1.IIlllL'.S' O20 G1+1uv.x1s S'1'1c14:l.1 Co1.l'A1u1Ax, fw SC. ----.O---.,x,----.N.------.x.fb-----.x.f.A.f.,.,x .v.Y,,. .Y.,.V..,.v.v.,. .f,.v.v.-.v.v.V,,,,.v.v.,.,..,.V,,,.,.v.v.v.v.,.Y. ,.w. - - E..-.-.A.A...-.-.-.-.O-.-.-.-.-.v.-.-.-.A.-.A.-.xA.,..-.-4.-.-.-.-.1 I ,M I THE STERLING SHOP C0mplc1'z' St?Il'!7fl-0778 for Briclcfs Slcrling Flat Silzw' Dislilwfiffc China Lz1s1'1'ou.v Crystal SIUIIIZCIIIT? Iflazvlcss Dianmmls I8 S.x1,I:n,x Avlcxmi C'or,m1u1.x, S. C. I ,Wwm,,,,,,,A-,,A.,.,-, . .-,...,.,.J .N,- - - - - - .A.,.A.s. - .. - - - - - - - - - .f..--.-.-.-.A.A.-.A. Eiw U U ,,,.,, .v.v.v.w..V.w.v.,.w..v.v.v.w.,.,.q.-.-.-.VN,.v.v.v.v.v.v.w..wT-TwTv CUM l'I,IMl'1N'1'S 01" SERVING SOUTH CAROLINA For Uzw' Tico lJl,'f'lllIC8 f ci' QQ, ,L FQ? ' .17 Z X V V D awww 4: -D '-fi' .cr ll L,.,R,-V-vxfx-,-,Q,-S-.-,-V-.-K,-V-.-.-.-.-.-v-x,-.-.-,-,-,-x,-v1,-.-,- ,.-.-..A.A.v. - .V ....v....... N. .-........ - 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 uf IN uf ..--.-.-.-.A,Av-,-,-.-.-.A.A.-.-.-ve.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.A.A.-.-.-.-.A.-.-.-1 4, lyY'g-g'g'g'gAL'L'g'L'L'L-4'L-L'LALALAL'L'L'L'L-L-L'L"L'L'L-:.'L-L-L'L'L'L'L''-'Ti IV' '4'4 'I 45' '4' '44 EMPIRE LINEN sl-1oP 41: 4:5 44 . , I I 4,4 5.3. c'oMPL1MEN'1's 14,4 l"I7It? Lzfwns for All Ocvaszons lt' 41I 'tl G11f'rs 'l'1I4v1' Alu-1 LASTING :gli iljl HUGH ROBINSON ANU ol31+:AUT11fU1. :SI :III ff: . . Tilv - Terrazzo E4 Jlnrlzlv in: Cgom me Quan Wow 14:4 154 4: .pg 43, 1'. 0. Box 953 5434 16:11 NIMN S'1'KI'2l'l'l' Pnoxrz 2-6173 141' 42-I , , 14 , , V, 45' '41 C,oI.I'Mm.x, S. Cf. 4,4 f40'r,m1mA, S. Cf. :gg M: 'LTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLZTLTLTLTL-''LTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLT'-' LTLTLTJ4: 5LTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTQ1E .TLTLTLTL7LTL7LTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLjE 5EFLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTQTLTLTLTLTLTQTQTLTLTLTLTLTLT5 4:4 44 4:-, WEBBS ART STORE 55' 'F' '24 43: 15:5 -slr-No-IV1f-N0 1eA1J1off 5,4 Artist Supplies. Sheet Pictures, Photo Ig' ESI :nl F rames. Picture Frames Made to Order lg.: :ij :J Mirrors, Portraits and lj: :QI KRELL'S :Ii Old Frames Worked Over ij: :QI 1-4: n 44 PHONE 2-+940 ESE EEE 1209LQ CEICIIVAIS Svrlufzrgvl- COLITMBIA, S. F. 55: PM MAIN m""'3"'1' 806 HARMN bvlvullmllw Post Office Block :FI If 4: ll TLTLTLTLTLTJ-fLfLfLfL7fT-1LfgfLfL:LfLTLTLTLfLTL1LfLfL1LfLrL:L:LrLrL?L?LfLTL:-2: Q7L:Lf----LTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLfLf5:LTL--LTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTLTL-L:L:LfLfLf::l:E Best WZJLBJ A E to gwlduatey and unffer-graduates of Cmfolimz K X, 1 9 S O as ,pf 4 Q .14 :wwf 1 ' 'Q' ffl, is ffyyff 'ff ,, anszzxl 414 44 SOUTH CAROLINA'S LARGEST DEPARTMENT STORE 379 n- p-4 ve I" 7 In Q 1 I A Bit Of All Right! Handmacber IVEATITIERVANE SUITS On the campus . . . at the club . . . or uptown . . . you'll look perfectly won- , dertul all the while in a crisp. casual Weathervane. Heav- enly pastels or dark colors. Iunior or misses sizes. 9 Carolinrfs Fashion Center OLAN MILLS STUDIOS The Nationis Studio 1141 BI,ANDING STREET "For Distinctizfe Portraiturev 4, ..................................... I PERRY-MANN ELECTRIC CO. INCORPORATED Distributors 6QLfQg 'SVTRIBOK GENERAL ELECTRIC PRODUCTS COLUMBIA CHARLESTON GREENVILLE .il22111275555LETLTL22222TELEQQZEEQEZZEEZEEZ- HUDSON COLUMBIA MOTOR CO. 1747 SUMTER STREET COLUINIBIA, S. C. W. B. cox, PRESIDENT PHONE 2-3373 PL .,,---,.,--,...,.-,,...... ........,.. l'I"""'"""""""""""" 11 11' 13: 14, I1 12: ..-S gy., , 1 BUR ETT' 1 1 I lil 'Nw ii! 111: -f 3 Al lil f' V 55' 1,1 :Z cc . n cc n cc Q n I5 15: 1,1 mo:-"' Igif lig 1, 'ig 7 lj: lj! "ONE BLOCK FROINI THE -. J 11: ,, f X " amy , , DRUG sToRE , f fe ' 5 X X fn XX v Q1 E N 1 15 15' 1 1,1 11, 11, 1-, 11, 1-, 1,1 IL ELECTRIC POWER EOR TODAY. . . . . anfffor tlze jgzturef There is an abundance of electricity for homes, farms, businesses and industries in central and southern South Carolina. There are seven generating plants producing power for this area. Combined they have a generating ca- pacity of 409,238 horsepowerg they can make 304,730 kilowatt hours of elec- tricity every hour and over two and a half billion kilowatt hours annually if operated at full capacity . . . that is almost four ti111es the amount used in this area in 1948. These plants and the transmission and distribution facilities required the investment of millions of dollars. They are privately owned and so, taxes are paid on them and on the kilowatt hours generated in South Carolina. SOUTH CAROLINA ELECTRIC 8a GAS COMPANY A l'u1v,x'1'14:I.Y OWNED, VT.-XX'l',-XYIXG II'I'ILITY, Dl1ll'IC"1'P1ll AND RIANAGI-ID nr SOUTH CAI:- o1.1xA IBVSINESS MEN 33K HORSESHOE . . . COLLEGE ON MAIN ,g,.p,,,.,, " . , K wh, 1 X M-"' ,Q ,V .V A , J 1, , E Jw .,,. N'-,E KT-I? 4 ' 7 w .af . Q M- Q kk . , Q , V! + 2. W . 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VVC would also like to call your attention to the complete service we furnish the professional man or business firm: Complete lines of the best commercial otliee furnishings, equip- ment and supplies. A modern printing' plant geared to the most etiicient production of quality printing' for every type business and profession. An auxiliary department for the manufacture of rubber stamps and impression seals, corporate. notary, lodge, etc. VVe welcome your entrance into the business and professional World and hope you will favor us with opportunities to be of service. Yours very sincerely, COLUDIBIA OIVIVICE SUPPLY COMPANY. AMERICAN SOUNDSCRIBER PHILCO - YORK PERFouA'1'oRs AND DIC'l'A'l'ION AND AIR CONDITIONING ENDORSHRS imeounlxci 1iQU1PMEN'r UNITS --if-tv:-:fr-12?-T-T-T-T-T-2117-2? . Y - - - - A - - - - - - - - - - - A - - - .L.g.gAg- - - ' ..' Ag A.' Ag A:,q...- A.' -: - 1-.' Ag ..- -.v ..' -.- -.' -.v Ag Ag -.' A.' A.' -.' A.' 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Blaclcmon, George .. Blanton, James C.. . .. Boineau, Robert T.. . . .. Boylston, Samuel L.. . .. Brandon, E. N. ...... . Bridges, Justin A.. . .. Brooker, Edward ...... Brooks. Lovic A., Jr.. . .. Broom, John O. ......,.. . Caldwell. James Neely ..... Carter, Joel K., Jr.. . . . . .. Clay, Robert A. ....... . Clayton, Turner... Cline, Harry L.. .. Conway, John... Cumbee, John ....,....... Davis, Raymond Columbus... Dawes, Charles F. ...... Detwiler, H. W. ........ . Diclcerson. Wallace ...,. Dickson, Foy W., Jr.. . .. Dusenbury. Bernard D.. . .. Eclc, John ............ Fedder, W. Jerry ,...... Foster, Robert W. ........ . Funderburlr, Laverne G.. . .. Garrett, Edward L. ..... . Gibson, Charles J.. . .. Goodall, L. S. .... . Graham, James M.... Grant, G. H. .,..... . Green, Robert H.. . .. Greer, Benny R. ......... . Halford, Raymond Gaines .... Hamilton, N. H. ......... . Harris, Fred W. ......... . Holcombe. D. Lavant ........ Humphries, Hendri Gordon... Irwin, John J.. Jr. ........ . Ivey, William Thomas ...,. James, W. B. ....... . Jay, Sidney Lanier .... Johnson, Hugh Joe ..... Jones. Douglas Otis .... Klapman, William T.. . .. Konduros. Pete G.. . .. Latimer, Edward B. .... . Laurence, Wilbur H.. . .. Lindsey, Harold ....,... Lipsy, Thomas E. L. .... . Long, J. M., Jr. .... ,. McDonald, Fred ........ McKinney. James D. .... . Manning, Samuel Phillips... Martin, Winfield T. .,... . Mason, John Allen ..... Maybanlc, Burnet R., Jr.... Mays, Marshall T. .,... . ....I54 Muclcenfuss, William Fredericlrw... ....I54 ,,,,l54 Nabers,James Neely, M. Boyd ....... Nelson, Henry C.. Jr..... Nettles, John L... .... . Nexsen, Julian J.. . .. Norris, Basil S.. . .. Nunn, Mills. ..... ....l54 ....I54 ....l65 ....I65 ..,.I54 ....I54 ....I65 O'ShieIds, James ....I65 ....I55 Padgett,C. ....l55 Parr, James Nance.......... ....I65 Patterson, Grady Leslie, Jr... .---l55 Perrin, Edward ....l65 Peters. John Robert..... ....I55 HMI65 Raman,James............ Richardson, Grady .......... Robinson, William A.. Jr.... Rogers, Joseph O., Jr. .... . ....I55 ....I55 ....I55 ....I55 Sanders, James C. .... . ""I64 Sandiler, Savedge, Oscar Eugene.. Seals, William H.. . . .. '65 Shipley, William L.. . .. Simpson, Thomas P. .... . Simrill, Thomas Hugh, Jr.. .. Sloan, Thomas David, Jr.. .. Smith, Gerald W. ...... . Smith, Mortimer Fenton .... Solomon, AI Bernard ..... Striclrland, Fred H.. . .. Stringer, E. Lester... Stuclcey, George M.. .. ....I56 ....I64 ....l56 ....l56 ....l65 ....I56 ....I65 ....I56 ....l65 ....I64 Taalapatas, P. C.. . .. Tyndall, Marvin ....... ....I56 ....lS6 H'-'56 Viclrery, John David, Jr..... ....I57 Walton, Seth Thomas, Jr.... Watson, Albert W. ...... .. ---- Whaley, Hamilton H.. . . . .. I57 ....l65 I57 V-HI64 Whittington, Jesse Eullie... Williams, John F., Jr..... ""I57 Wilson, Melville 4-4-'57 Wilson,Yorlc 4'-'I57 Winter, David McKewn, Jr... ....I57 -'-'I65 Younts, Melvin ....I57 ....l65 W,,,, GRADUATE STUDENTS ....l57 Adams, ....l65 Barr, William ....l64 Boddie, Benjamin Breazeale, Roscoe J.. .. Coleman, Edward .... Condon, Louis Dallas, James Thomas .... ....l58 I65 Guerry, Paul .......... Harden, John M.. . .. Hardy, Richard T.. .. Kelley, Talley E.. . .. McCorIcle, Marjorie .... ....l64 ....I64 ....I58 ....l58 ....I58 Manos. Pete .......... ....lS8 Pearson, Lewis ....l58 Ouattlebaum, Jesse ....l65 Sanders, Margaret ....I64 SheaIy,C.L........... ....l58 Shuler, Woodfin ....l58 Thames.W. ....I59 Upton, James Marshall..... 389 Abernathy, Caroll C. ..,. . Abernathy, William ..,,, Abdalla, Frances L. ..,... . Addison, Edward Legare.. Adickes, Albert. ,...... Adickes, Clarke ..,,.... Atleld. Keith V. ,...,.., .. Aiton. William Sheppard. .. Alexander, Elmore ........ Alcorn, Carolyn r....... Allord, Leny S.. . .. Allen, Benny .... Allen, J. B., Jr.. . .. Allen. S. Lee, Jr.. . .. Allison, Barden ...... Allston, Adele .....,.. Alsbrook, C. J., Jr.. . .. Altman, James L. .... . Amick, Calvin E. ..,.. . Anderson, Jean ........ Anderson, Theodore M.. .. Anderson, Walker ...... Andrews, James H.. . . .. Apostolakos, Pete ........ Applebaum, Stewart R.. .. Arant, Henry C. ....... . Asbill, John B., Jr.. . .. Atkinson, Lester M.. . .. Awtrey, John N. ..... . Badger, Ben Mood, Jr... Bailey, Jane .......... Bailey, Jerry D. .... . Bailey, Vivian ............. Baldwin. R. C. ........... . Ballentine, Richard Downing ..... Ballew, Thomas Malon ..... Bane, Gordon H. ......... . Bankhead, John M., Jr.... Banner, Theresa S. .... . Barbot, Valerie A. .... . Barbrey, Nancy A.. . .. Bardin, Jesse R.... Bartield, AI ........... Barker, Ellen ........... Barker, Ruth Dell ......... Barr, Carlisle Herbert ..... Barrett, George R. .... . Barrett, Ralph ........ Barrett, William E. .... . Barringer, Beaumont . z .. Bass, Pat ............. Bates, Jack ......... Bates, Ralph O.... Batson, Bobby E. ..... . Bauknight, lvan M. ...... . Baxley, William H.. Jr.... Bazemore, A. Howard ..... Beach, Melle .......... Beam, Earl B. ........ . Beard, Bryan Spence .... Bearden, Edward L., Jr.... Beasley, W. G., III. . .. Beason, Shirley ........ Beckham, John ......... Beckham, William A.. .. Beisley, Jeannette ..... Belcher, Arnold C. .... . Belk, Harry M. ..... . Bell, George L. .... . Bell, Gwyn W.. . .. Bell, Harry S. .... . Bell, Ralph C.. . .. Bell, Ralph S. ...... . Bellinger, John N.. . . .. Benbow, Eugene C.. . .. Benson, Lawrence ... Benson, Sara Jane. STU DENT IN DEX-Continued Benton, A. H. .... . Berios, Jeanine J.. .. Berry, James L.. .. Berry, Ray. . .... . ..... . Berry, Roy ............. Berry, Sylvia. E. .......... . Bessinger, James Melton... Best, Bascomb Wm. ..... . Bigelow, Ralph ......... Bird, Patricia Ann.. Biser, Nevin. Jr..... Bishop, Jean O. ..... . Black, Gara ............ Blackmon, Donald L.. . .. Blackwell, Sarah Lous ...... Bland, Allene ............. Blencowe, Richard Randolph Bloniasz, Casimir. ......... Bloodworth, Mary Miles .... Bodie, James Edwin ..... Bodie, Patricia Ann... Bok, Stephen .......... Boleman, William A. .... . Bolen, Charles S. .... . Bond, Edward B.... Bond, H. L. ...... . Booth, Charles L.. .. Bouknight, F. H. .... . Bouknight, June Marie.. Cagle, Travis J., Jr.. . . .. Cain, Francis M., Jr.. . .. Caldwell, Elizabeth ..... Callahan, Michael L.. . .. Callcott, George H.. . .. Cameron, Betty. ........ . Campbell, Dewey H., Jr.... Campbell, Don ........... Campbell, Wade Byron... Cannon, Margaret ...... Cannon, Melba ...... Cantey, John .......... Cappelmann, Mary Ann... Capra, Joseph C. ........ . Carlisle, Anne ............. Carpenter, Robert Reid .... Carson, George W. ...... . Cary, Barbara .......... Case, Robert E.. . .. Cathcart, Betty .... Cathcart, Sue ............ Caughman, B. D. ......... . Caughman, Henry R., Jr.... Caughman, W. E., Jr..... Cauthen, John F. ...... . Chambers, James . . .. Chandler, Andrea .... Chandler, Roger ........ Chaplin, Barnwell R. ..... . Chaplin, Raymond L. .... . Chapman, Leland Earl ..... Chasteen, Elmer ........ Childress, Bobby ..... Clamp, Ellis Wayne.. Clark, Joe ......... Clark, Nancy ......... Clark, Ray F. .......... . Clark, Thomas DeWitt .... Clarkson, Ben ........... Clarkson, Cecil ............ Cleemens, John James, Jr... Clemmons, Thurston. Jr.. . .. Cline, Jackie ............ Cline. Robert R. ..... . Coe. Dorothy Ann .... Coffey, Charles Coffey, Jane W. .... . Cotfey, Verlin ...... Cohen, Herbert .... Cole, Robert S. ....,,... . Coleman, Charles D., Jr.. .. Coleman. Charles W. .... , Coleman. Finius, Jr. ,... . Coleman, James A.. .. Coleman. William A.. .. Collier. Frances ..,.... Collins. William E.. . .. Collum. Marie ..... Colonna, John R. .... . Coman, Howard ......,... Comeau, Reginald B. .... . Compton, W. B. ...... . Conder, Pat ........... Condon, Jim ............. Constan, Theophilus N.. . ,. Cook, Mrs. Grace S. ,.... , Cook, James Osborne ..... Cook, Jennings ......... Cook, Raymond R.... Cooke, Lucius ..... Cooke, W. C. ...... . Cooper, J. L., Jr.. . .. Copeland, Charles .... Cordell, James C.. . .. Corley, Webster ........ Corry, Mary Blanche .... Cotter, Leslie Arlen .... Cottingham, Edward .... Council, Thurman F.. . .. Covington, Donald M. ..... . Covington, Fay ..,,......... Covington, James Edward .... Coward. James M. ........ . Cox, William E. ...,..... . Craft, Wiley M. ..,.. . Craig, Ann Russell ,..., Crandall, Roland D.. . .. Crawford, Jimmy C.. . . , Creech, James L. .... . Creel, David V. ..... . Creel, Ervin C. ........ . Creel, Kenneth E., Jr.... Creighton, Dorine ....,. Crepean, George A.. . .. Crichton, John Elliott ,.... Crockett, William R. ....... . Crolt, Jack C. ....,...,..... . Crosby, James Frederick, Jr.. .. Crowgey. Helen E. .... . Crowley, John E., Jr.... Crowley, Pauline ...... Crum, David Hart ...,.. Cullum, Helen Jane .... Culbreath, Richard Allen Cunningham, Larry ..... Cunningham, M. Cunningham, Paul .,.. Dabbs, Carolyn ......,. Daetwyler, Bernard Alvin. ,, Darby, Preston .,......, Davenport, Charles C.. .. Davidson, Charles H.. .. Davidson, Herman M... William W., . . .. Davis E. H. .......,.. . Davis Harold C. .... . Davis Henry ...,. Davis Jarrett ..... Davis Lewis ........ Davis, Mary B. .,.... . Davis, Davis. Davis, Mildred Anne... Robert Green, Jr.. .. STU DENT IN DEX-Continued 45 DeLaMater, Meritt...... 45 DeLoach, Harry ..,,... .HU46 Dennis,Leon....,,..,...... ,,,,,l36 Dennis, Samuel Frederick... ,,,,,I2l Denny,Mary Dent, Rena Faye.. Derrick, Barbara. ,. Derrick, Buddy .... Derrick, Rita Ann ..,, Dial, George L., III. . ,. Dieter, Robert L.. . ,. Dillard, John ....,,.. Dixon, Jeanette ....... Dixon, Sara Lloyd ..... .....l2l .....l22 46 46 .....l22 , .... 46 .....l36 46 .....l23 INUI36 Doc.ld,Boyd..,,.... Dott, John ........ Dolan, Virginia ............ Dominey, William .......... Dooley, Albert John ........ Douglas, Marilyn Elizabeth.. 46 .....l23 ,....I44 45 ...45 U .UA-123 Dove, Mervin..,,.......... Dowe, Jane W. ...... . Dowling, Archie H.. , .. Downs. Barbara R.. .. Drake, Barbara ..... Drew, Rupert E. .... . Dubose, Rowena G. ..... . Ducan, Judy Dubose ..,., 47 47 ..,..I37 .,..,I37 .,...l44 47 47 Ducan, Larry ....,..... Dutty, Georgie .....,.. Dukes, Phyllis Audrey .... Duncan. Dorothy ,..... Dunham, Richard M.. .. ..,..l37 47 .....l23 47 47 V--III37 Durden.Martha........... 'U 47 Dusenberry, Joe ......... ... M, 48 Dusenberry, Philip Eugene... 48 Dusenberry. Reginald Edward Dusenberry, William R.. , . .. Dye, James Madison ....... 48 48 ....l23 ....l44 -A--'44 Eaddy. Charles W... . . . -MJ23 Easom, D. Wm., Jr.... '-' 49 Eastman, Charles H.. ., ---'J37 Eckhotf, Herman ----'23 Eden, Richard W.. .. or--48 Edens,Asa..,,..,. --M-'22 Edward, Keith is---'37 Edwards, Olga ""'l44 Edwards, Pete -H 48 Edwards, Wanda ....... ... --4-122 Eleazer, lrvin Leroy, Jr.. . .. "' 48 Eleazer, Jean ........ ... ' "" 49 Eleazer, Rebecca R.. ,. 'M--'37 Elliott, Betty....... "' 49 Elliott, Bruce A.. . .. 49 Ellis, Davis W.. . .. -A--445 Ellis, owen Ellison, Shera Lee ..... Elsner, Dorothy Ann .,..... ,UMI23 Emmons, Charles F., Jr., .. Eppes, Frank ............ Epps, James Vernon ..... Epps, Lennie Jean ..... Epting, Jacob F., Jr. .... . Ervin, Janet B. ....... . 49 49 49 .....I37 .....l23 Davison, Meredith V.. .. Dawes, S. Watson ,,.. Dawson, Perry A.. . .. Dean, Kenneth ..... Decell, Grady A.. .. .....l23 Evans. Eula Mae........ ... 49 Everton, Margaret Ann. , ... 50 ... 50 ..... 50 ,HMI45 Fair, Jeannine.,.., HMSO Fair, Ray James..,.. ,HMI23 Fanning,Joe........ H, 50 Farmer, Rudolph, Jr.. .. 50 Farner, Bert M., Jr..... ... 50 Felder, Charles W.. . .. ,,, 50 Felder, Mary .... ... ,,,,,l23 Felder, Sylvia....... ... 50 Felkel, Mary Jane ..... 391 Felker, Madge ,........ Fennell, Robert Wallace Ferguson, Charles ,...... Ferrell, John R. ...... . Fields, Roy, Jr. ....,... . Fillingam, Allie Fay ....... Fillingam, Eleanor Beth ..... Findley, James E. ..,.... . Fischer, Emeric ......... Fisher, Alfred ..,.... Fisher, Jim ,,..,...... Fleming, William Fletcher, Margaret ..... Flowers, A, M., Jr.. . .. STUDENT INDEX-Continued Flowers, Charles M.. . .. Floyd. Floyd, Floyd. Floyd, Floyd, Fogle, Fogle. Folk, L Clise ........ Frank ..,,.. Frank M. ....,. . Robert M. ..... . Sidney Thomas.. Bobby Ray ...... Robert L.. .... . uther Herbert .... Folk, Mary Alice ...... Ford, Eunice Temple... Forlidas, Angelo J.. . .. Forte, Carlisle N.. . .. Fowler, Barbara Fox, M. E. ......... . Frazer, Betty ..,....... Frazier, Frances E. .,.. . Free, Samuel Frederick. Freeman, George ...... Freeman, James H.. , .. Frew,Ren..,,...... Fuller, Herman ........ Fuller, W. Phillip. Jr.. .. Fullerton, Anne ....... Fulmer, Alice Eue ...,. Fulmer, McRaney .... Gaddy, Hardy ...... Gaddy, Richard M.. . .. Gainey, Glenn ......,. Galloway, Noah H.. . .. Harry Williamsiiiii Gandy, Gandy, Pierce.. ,..... . Gantt, Fred H. ....... . Gardner, Bernard Gardner, Sid ,......... Garner, Leon B. ..,... . Garrick, Mendel Garris, Julius Parker .... Gaskin, Verna Lown. .. Gaston, James B. ..... . Gaston, Mary Muse .... Gayden, Joan ....... ....l45 Godley. Winifred..,..... .... 54 Goiorth, Charles W.. Jr.. .. ..,.l45 Going, Hugh Campbell... .. 54 Goldsmith, William J.. . .. ... 54 Goley, Charles R., Jr.. . .. ,, 54 Goodwin, Anne ...... . ,,,, 55 Goodwin, William. . . . . ,,,,l45 Gottdenker, Robert. . . . .. HUI45 Goudelock, F. William. . .. ,,,,l23 Graham, Harris......... , , , ,123 Grainger, Jennings B.. . .. 55 Granger, Jack ,,,,l45 Grant, Thomas 55 Graves, Eugene HHI45 Gray, Allelia Sue. . . .. Gray, Hugh A. .... . Gray, Cecil ........... Green, Raymond W.. .. Greer, Loy M., Jr.. . . .. Gregory, Robert L.. . .. Gritlin. L. E. ........ . Grimes, Shirley .......... Gross, Ann .............. Groves, Andrews Eugene.. Guerin, Denise ........... Hadwin, Archie Don... . Hagan, Harold ...... Haigler, Lewis D. ..... . Haile. Rober Keith .... Haley, William Hall, Gloria ......... Hallman, Edward S.... Hallman, Luther J. ...... . Haltiwanger. Carolyn ..... Haltiwanger, Joseph J., Jr. Hamer, l. Bradwell ......, Hamilton, Jack H. .... .. Hammond. C. E., Jr... Hancock, E. M., Jr.. . .. Hancock, Marian ..... Hanlin, John E. ..... . Hanna, William C.. . .. Hardwick, Jack ..... Hardy, Fay .......... Harling, Frank E. .... . Harmon, Charles ..... Harmon, Harold W.. .. Harmon, Marian H.... Harper, Julian Karr .... Harper. Robbie Lou... Harrell, Jack B. ........ . Harrelson, Martha Harrelson, W. A.. Jr..... Harris, Paula ......... Gaynor, E. F. .... . Gentry, John T. ...... . Gentry, Margaret ......... George, William Louis .... Gibbons, C. W. ......... . Gibbons, George F.. Jr.... 60 Harris, Robert ........ l37 Harrison, Brooks 60 Harrison, Charles 60 Harrison, Helen 60 Harrison. Laura Anne.... -,HIQ7 Hartman, Geraldine... 60 Hartzog, Carl Leston.... 60 Harvey, Arnold .... Gibbes, William H.. . .. Gibert, Gibert, Annie Caroline. Alex H., Jr. ........ Gibson, Brainard W.. Jr. .... Gibson, Robert .......... . . . Gilbert. Eugene P., Jr. .... Gilbert, Joseph ....... Giles, Charles N. ..... . Gill, Alfred E. ....,..... .... Gilliland, Hudson K.. .. Gilland, Motte S. .... . Gillis, Ruth D. ..... . Gillmor e, Mary .... Gleaton, Sara ..... Glenn, Glenn, Julia B. ..... . Terrell L.. . .. Haskin, Jack S. ...... . Hatcher, O. E., Jr.. . .. Hawkins, George ..... Heard, Harry H.. .. Hearn, J. R. .... . Hedrick, Peggy ....... Heins, Charles, Jr. ...... . Helms, Charles Dickey .... Hemmingway, Furney .... Hendrick, A. O. ........ . Hendrix, Hubert C. ...... . Hendrix, Richard Wayne.. Henry, George F., Jr. .... . Herbert, L. May ......... Herbert, Tommie ......... Herndon, Gordon Marshall Jackson, Edgar ....... Herty, lrene ....,.., Hewlett, Josephine .,. Heyward, Dot ,..... Hicks, James A.. .. Hill, Victor ......... Hill, Waddy J., Jr.... Hill, William R. ,.... . Hilliard, Mary L. ...... . Hilton, Billy ........... Hinnant, Wallace Powell .... Hinson, James Hirsch, Charles Byron, Jr.. . .. Hitopoulos, Gregg ..... Hobgood, M. P. ,...., . Holladay, John H., Jr... Holliday, Eugenia .,.. Holliday, Harold T.. .. Hook, J. Manning .... Hook. Joretta ...,....., Hope, Randolph W.. . .. Horton, James J. ...... . Houck, Bernard Louis... Houck, Elbert Mason .... Howell, Alfred W. .... . Howerton, Anne M.. . .. Howerton, Layton J.. . .. Howie, Jerry ,........ Huckaby, William F... .. Huggins, Frank McCoy.. Hughes, Murry K. ..... . Hughey, Helen L. ,.,, . Hulett, Lawrence ..... Huntington, Lloyd L.... Hurlong, Betty ......... Husbands, Joseph M.. .. Huskey, Billy B. ....... . Hutchinson, Roland E... Hutto. Charles L. .... . Hyatt, Troy ............ Hyers. Kemper Kent ,... lnabinet, Charles E.. . .. lnabinet, James M.. .. lnabinet, Thomas M.. . .. lngle, Anne E. ..... . Ingram, Joe K.. . .. Irwin, Cecilia P.. .. Littlejohn, John Bailey. Jackson, Lois Anne... James, Joan .... ,,.. James. Joe ,..,. ..., James, John Jay ....,.. Jettords, Thomas G.. . .. Jenkins, Andrew H.... i Jenkins, Jack ,.... ... Jervis, James ..... Jett, W. E. ...,....... . Jewell, Emmie H. ...... . Johnson H. Williams, Jr.. . .. Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson, Johnson Johnson Jerry R. ...... . Raymond C.. .. Rhoda Jane... Robert E.. .. S.. E., Jr. ..... . Vie ........... , Walter E., lll.. Johnston, Gertrude ..... Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jordan, Charles A.. . .. Don P. ....... . Edward A. .... . Helen ...,... John Earle .... L. A. ....... . Robert E. .... . Robert Earl .... W. H. ..... . STUDENT IN DEX-Continued ....l24 ....I46 ....I46 ....l24 ....I37 66 .....I25 ....I37 .....I46 ....I25 .....I25 ....I37 ....I25 66 ....l25 ....I46 ....l37 66 ....I46 ....l25 ....I25 ....I46 ,...l37 ....I37 ....I46 66 ....I46 66 ....I37 ....l24 66 ....I46 66 67 ....l24 67 ....l25 67 ....l37 67 67 ....I38 ....I25 ....I46 ....I38 ....l38 ,...l25 ....I46 ....I25 67 67 ....l38 67 ...,l25 ....I38 68 ....I46 ....I38 68 ....I46 ....l25 ....l25 ....I46 68 68 68 68 ....I46 ....I38 ....l24 ....I46 ....I38 68 ....l24 68 Josey, Chandler , .... .. Judy, Barbara ,........,. Jumper, Sidney Robert, ,. Karesh, Jack .,..... Karr, Janet , ...... ,. Keels, Elinor Grace .... Keels, Marvis J. .... . Kelly, Heyward T. .... . Kennerlv, Gordon L.. .. Kerp, Earl E. .,..... . Kilgore, Howard D.. . .. Kimbell, Joyce G. .... Kinard, Edward R., Jr.... Kinon, Marion .......... King, Adron ..... ... King, E. C., Jr. .... . King, Howard J.. . .. King, William T.. . .. Kinsey, Boodie E.. .. Kinsey, Donald Lee ..,... Kirk, Jane ..,,.......... Kirkland, Henry Marshall, Kirven, James ........... Kleckley, Ruthe ......... Kleinmetz, Jule ..... Kligman, Melton .... Kleigh, Earle P.. . . ,, Knopf, Reuben ........ Knowlton, David W., .. Knox, Robert C., , . .. Koluch, Nicholas .... Koth, W. E. ......... . Kruemcke, Paul M.. . .. Laborde, Frances Elizabeth Lamb, Derwin Taylor ...., Lamb, Marvin C., Jr...., Lancaster, John ..,..., Land, Benjamin S-.. Lands, Joe ......... Lane, Stewart Larrey, Campbell P. .... . Langston, E. William .... Langston, H. Abbot, Jr... Langston, Robert Bruce.. Lathan, Fred S. ........ . Latimer, Austin Charles.. League, Lawrence C. ,,.. . Lee, George M., Jr., . .. Lee, Grover C., Jr... Lee, Rosalyn ........, Lee, William. .,...... . Leland, Kenneth W., Jr. Lener, Ellis .... ,..... . Lever, Jane Blair ...... Lever, Lindy Ann ...... Levy, Gloria .......... Lewis, Dockery Durham, Lewis, Elizabeth ,...... Lewis, Patricia A., . . . . , Lewis. Suzanne ..... Lewis, Wilton ...... Lewter, Freddie R. .... . Lewter, Margaret A.. .. Light, John ........... Litzinger, Boyd ........ Llewelyn, George H.. .. Lloyd, Dotsy Diana ,.,, Locke, Fred C. ,...,. . Lollis, Billy F. ........ . Long, William A., Jr... Long, William H. ..... . Lott, Van D., Jr..... Lovett, F. N. ........ . Lowe, Jonathan C.. . .. Lunney. Raymond E.. . .. Lurey, Ann .........,. Lylis, William DuPre ..,, McAbee, Frank L. ..... . McAlbany, John T. ,,.... . McAIbany, Marilyn M.. . .. McAlister, Fred ,.,,..... McBride, Delores Jane. .. McBride, Eleanor Lois ..... McCall, William Harvey ,4... McCain, C. N. .......... . McCain, George Spruce ..... McCarter, C. A. ........, . Don ..,....., McCarter, McCartha, Wilbur H.... McCaskill, Neil ......., McClary, Doris .,....,. STUDENTINDEX-C onhnued ....l27 Martinez, Thomas..... ....l27 Mason, James .. 74 Mathews,.Miriam...... Mathews, Martha J.. .. Mathews, Willard R.. .. Mathews, William C. .... . McClellan, Joseph M.. .. McCord, H. E. .......... . McCorkle, Elizabeth C.. . .. McCoy, Marilyn ............ McCoy, Sophronia Frances ..... McCulloch McDade, Charles L., Jr.... McDaniel, William A.. . .. McDonald, McDonald, Charles E.. . .. Coit A., Jr.. . .. McDonald, Robert Louis .... McDonald, Walter C. .... . McDowell, Paul ......... McDutlie, Carroll C. .... . McElveen, Robert ..... McElveen, Susan .... McGee, Martha. .. McGill, Charles ...... Mauldin, J. T., Jr. .... 444,46 Mayfield, Charles Newton -H4526 Meder,JanJ............ HNI27 Medes,Andrew...,..... U 74 Meetze, James H 74 Melcher, L. C., Jr.. . .. in 74 Meree, Laura ....... . .IU 74 Merritt, Charles .... ... H4427 Metts, Melicue M., Jr.... 74 Miles, Benjamin C.. . .. " 74 Miley, Gretchen. .... . , 427 Miley. John L. ....... . ' H' 74 Miller, Vasco T.. Jr.... 75 Miller, Walker T. .... . Milligan, James ...... Milling, Chapman J.. . .. Milling, Sophie ...... Milliones, Peter T.. . .. Mills, Frank L., Jr.. . .. Milne, Henry L., Jr.. .. Minick, Billy M.. . .. Miskelly, James .... Mitchell, J. R. .... . Mitchum, Charlotte... Molair, Sevena ....... Molony, Joseph A. .... . Monarch, Barbara .... Monckton, Frances .... Monroe, Carolyn ....... Monteith, Edmund H.. . .. Montjoy, Rudolph B.. . .. McGrew, Ernest S. .... . McGuire, Hazel H.. . .. Mclnnes, John A., Jr.. . .. Mclnnes, Robert M. ..... . Mclnvaill, Richard H.. Jr... McJunkin, Joseph C. .... . McKee, H. H. ....... . McKenzie, Henry A. .... . McKenzie, Lewis ......... McKenzie, John .......... McKenzie, Raymond R.. . .. McKinnon, William C.. .. McLaoughlin, Anna .... H-4427 Monte, Fletcher, Jr...... H4427 Monts, Jeanette M.. 444,38 Mood, Ann .......... -A '38 Mood, Betty ....... " 76 Moody, Leroy ...... . Moody, Olin ......... ....I26 Moore. iiiilii -VHI46 Moore. H 76 Moore, ....i3s Mom' ....l27 Mom' Moody, Rob. B., Jr. .... . Elizabeth Moore.. Henry .......... Jack .......... . Jesse T.. ..... ... S. Frances, Jr..... Ralph H., Jr... McLean, Betty Jean ..... McLendon, Ervin, Jr. .... . McLendon, Lockhart ..... McLeod, Tip G. ...... . McMackin, Luther V.. . .. McManus, William C.. . .. McMillan, Marvin ..... McMurray, John E.. . .. McPherson, John C.. . .. McRainey, Donald D.. . .. McSwain, Barbara Ann.. M Mactie, Tom .......... Macklen, Henry ........ Mallard, Jack Duron .... Mallory, Donald Manda, Cassandra ..... Manhart, Joe ........, Marlowe, John W.. . . . .. Marlowe, William H.... Marshall, T. Keith, Jr.... Marshall, June .... Martin, Frank ....... Martin, James l. ....... . Martin, James Frank .... Martin, James Melvin.. Martin, John H., Jr.. . .. Martin, Mary Jean .... Martin, Walter A.. .. f 394 '27 Morelli, Richard A.. . .. Morgan, Thomas A.. . .. Morgulis, Allen ...... Morris, Eugene M.. . .. Morris, James M. ..... . Morris, Wandell M.. .. Morrison, Bruce H. ..... . Morrison, Freddie David.. Moseley, Stuart ......... Moseley, O. Harry, Jr.... Moze, Suzanne ........ Mullins, Stewart ...... Munn, Albert R. ....... . Mussu, Myra ........... Mustin, Helen Harrison.. Myers, Bob ............. Nance, Robert A. .... . Needham, Frank S.. . .. Neeley, Ted ......... Nesbitt, Harold ...... Newberry, James H.. .. Newman, Donald E. .... . Newman, Mary Louise... Newton, Daniel Ralren, J Newton, Jimmie O. ..... . Newton, John Gary, Jr.. .. Nichols, Lois ....,..,. Nickles, Grady ..... Nix, D. K. ....,. . Nixon, Nicholas . .. Noles, Elizabeth ..... Noon, Frank. ..,.. .. Norman, James G.. .. Norton, John T.. .. Novit, Wilfred .,....... Nowak, Joe G. ,.....,. . Nurnberger, Stanley L... Nutt, Charmaine ....... Oates, W. Montgomery. O'Brien, M. Elizabeth... Odom, Lindsey ....,... O'Donogl1ue, Richard S.. Oeland, Nora Ann ..... Ogburn, Fred, Jr. ...., . Oglesby, James ......, O'Neal, William O'Neil, Mary Ellen ,... Oppenheimer, Eric ..... Ortmann, Betty ....... Osborne, Robert C.. . .. O'Shields, French ..,,... Osteen, Jarvous Glenn.. Oswald, Lou ...,....... Ott, Eugene R. ..,,.. . Outen, Bennie L.. . .. Outen, James B.. . .. Ouzts, John ........ Owen, Franklin ..,,,,.. Owens, Charles. Jr.. . .. Owens, David F.. Jr..... Owens, Patricia B. .... . Owensby, Basil Pace, Dan ............. Pace, Mabel ..,...,,... Padgett, Theodore Glenn .... Page, Shirley ..,,...... Pair, George .,......... Palmer, Paul T. ....... . Palmer, Thomas Parasho, Johnny G.. . .. Parker, Betty ........ Parker, Morris ..... Parker, Norma .... Parnell, Henry .... Parr, Catherine .... Pate, Donald R.... Patrick, Jo Anne .... Patrick, Pat ,...... Patrick, Sybil ....... Patrone. Anioy F. .... . Patterson, Frank, Jr..... Patterson, Joseph C.. . .. Patterson, Manning B... Patton, Weste H. ..... . Paul, C. Leslie ....... . Paulling, Meta .... Payne, Ruth ...... Peace, Theron H.. . .. Peach, Bayard M.. .. Peach, D. C., Jr. .... .. Peagler, Willie W.. . .. Pearce, Joe Butler ..... Pearlman. Maury M.... Pearlman, Stanly ..., Pender, Mary Lee. .. Pendergrass, J. V. ...., . Pendleton, LeRoy ...... Penland, William Allen. Penn. William H. ...... . Pennington, Carolyn K... Petit, Ralph E. ........ . Perosi, lla B. .....,... . Petterson. William E.. .. Petty, Martha A. ..... . STUDENT IN DEX-Continued ....l87 Phillips, Jackie . ....l47 Phillips, Kathleen...... ,,,,l39 Phillips, Mary Ann...... U 32 Phillips, Morris W., Jr.... U 82 Pike, William B. ...... .. ,,,,l37 Pinosky, David G.. . .. HHI47 Platt.Anne.....,.. . .-N147 Platt,A.C................ M 83 Platt. John B. ........... .. ,,,,l39 Plowden, George Whitfield. Plumer, Roy D. .......... . Plyler, Frances Katherine... Plyler, Joseph A. ......... . Polen, Charlie Richard ,,.. ....I47 ....I39 A-MIB-7 Polston, Harold HH 83 Poole, Robert John... HHI87 Porter, Hazel M.. .. H 83 Porter, Henry C. .... ., MHI87 Posey, Nicholas W.. . .. H 83 Poston, Roberts B. .... . I '86 Poston, William N. .... . H183 Potter,Jack..,,...,.. H. 83 Pound, Viyian ...... M 83 Pratt, William E.. ., 86 Pressley, Anne ... "I47 Pressley, E. L.. . .. 86 Price, lrwin..... " 86 Price, Tom ........ . S' 86 Prosser, James S.. .. ' 86 Prothro, Virginia.. " 86 Pruitt, D. 1 ,86 Psillos, Nicholas .... Purcell, James A.. .. .. ...,I47 ....I47 .. 86 .. 86 Quick, J. E. .... .. Quimby. C. S.... .. ....l47 Rabb, John Rabb, Rogers ........ Rabon, William E.. . .. 87 ....I39 ....l47 '37 Rattielcl, Barbara ... 87 Ragin, John C., Jr.. . .. Ramsing, Paul ....... Randall, Carl E. ...... . Rasberry, Leroy R. .... . '87 Rasheed, Lucy .....,. 87 Rast, Peggy ....... 87 ....I47 ....I39 Hi' Rawl, Ann ....,,.. . Rawls, Grady C.. . .. Rawls, Rachel .... Ready, Ann ... Ready, Lewis .,.. ...,I47 ....l87 ....l87 ....l39 ....l39 --'AIB7 Reagan, James.......... UHI47 Reames,Louis............ H 87 Redman, Dorothy Ruth .... . ,,,,l39 Reed, Robert........... Reese, Eugene A. .... . Reese, Fred M., Jr.... ....l39 ,... 87 Reeves, J. E. .,.......... , Richards, Marcia D. ....... . Richardson, Arthur William. 87 87 ....l87 88 ....l39 In-I47 Riggsbee ....l47 ...,I47 ....l39 ....l87 H 38 Rivers, P ,, 88 Robinson Robinson Robinson ....I39 ....l47 Richardson, Robert Lee ..... Riggs, Marion S. ......... . , Victor Lee, Jr.... Riley, Geraldine. .......... Riley. Patsy .............. Rittenberg, Henry Woodrow ,,... Rivers, Mary Townsend ,... . orter, Jr. ....... . . Bobby ....., , Jean ...... , Gene ......... ,,,,l47 Robinson, Walter ,,,,I86 Robinson. William H., Jr... ,, 88 Rodrigue, Ernest ..,,..... . .. 88 Rogers, Ann ........... . .. 88 Rogers, Billy Ray .... . ....l86 Rogers, Dixon R.... 395 l87 I39 I47 89 88 88 l87 89 89 89 89 89 l87 I39 89 I47 89 90 l39 90 I39 90 90 90 90 90 90 l87 9I l87 9I l87 I39 l39 9I 139 I87 I86 9l 9l 9l 9l I47 I86 l87 I87 I87 I47 I39 9l I47 I87 92 I87 92 92 93 92 92 92 I47 I87 I47 l87 92 I86 I86 93 I87 I47 I39 93 93 93 I47 I87 Rogers, Rogers, Rogers, Gene .,... George ... Jaclc ........ Rogers, Joe B. ,..... . Rogers, Lee Hurst ..... Rogers. William J.. . .. Rohe, W. D. .... . Rollins, M. D. .... . Roper, Fred, Jr., . . ., Rosborough, Ginger... Rosen, Marilyn S. ..... , Rosenblum, Raymond .... Rosen, Harvey ......... Ross, Lowell .....,... Ross, Marion ,,...., Roswell, Howard .... Roth, George W.. . .. Roth, Walton W. .... . Rowell, Betty ,....... Royall, Edward Royse, Shirley .,...... Rubenstein, Bernard .... Ruclcer, Edith ....... Russell, W. P. .....,. . Ruth, Joseph B., Jr.. . .. Rutledge. William ..... Sacher, Virginia D.. . .. Salley, Jake .,....... Sample, George A.. . .. Samders, James D.. . .. Sanders, Judson ,,.. .... Sanders, Marguerite R.... Sanders, Mary Ann ..... Sanders, William Sandy, Jini ..,....... Sanlord, Betty Jean ..... Sansbury, Curtis L. ...,. . Saunders. Donald E., Jr.. Savoy, John ..........., Sawyer, Sawyer, Sawyer, Nartha Helen.. Phil ............ William G. ..... . Scarborough, Claude M., Schmoeclcel, Harold .... ,, Schofield, Ellen .......... Schooler, Alfred ...... Schultz, Cornelia ......, Schwaclce, John Henry... Scoggins, James B. .... , Scott, Aubrey M. .... . Scott, B obby Scott, William B. .....,. . Sellers, Tobert .......... S Jr... Shackeliord, William Fred. , .. Shand, Sharpe, Mary Heyward. .. O'Neil ........,. Shay, Lanny ......... Shealy, Betty Ann. .. Shealy, E. D. .......... . Shealy, Shealy. Shealy, Shelley. Sheorn, Sherer, Frank M., Jr..... G. Heyward, Jr... Helen M. ...... . Billie .,........ Wiley. Jr.. . .. Frank .......,.. Sheridan, Robert M. .... . Sherrill, Harold W. .,... . Shoclcley, Lawrence R., Jr.. . .. Shorter, A. C. ...... .... . Shuler, Archibald .... Shuler, Bruce E. ..... . Shull, Daniel S., Jr. ..... . Sightler, Yvonne ........ Simmons, Clifford Hamilto Simmons, Charles ,....... Simms, James T. ....... , Simpson. Joan ....... Sims, James Farr, Jr..... .Q'i..ff.. Ilff STUDENT INDEX-Continued ....l39 Sims, ... 93 Singlet ... 93 Singlet ... 93 Singlet ... 93 Sloan, .,..l87 Sloan, ....l87 Sloane .... 94 Smith, .,..I87 Smith. ....l47 Smith, ....l47 Smith. ... 94 Smith. .... 94 Smith, ....l4-8 Smith. ....l87 Smith, ....l4-8 Smith. ....I87 Smith. ... 94 Smith. .... 94 Smith. ....I86 Smith. ,.,.l39 Smith. . .. 94- Smith. ....l48 Smoalv. .... 94 Smyre. ....I39 Snead. ....l39 Snellgr Kathleen ..... on, Franlc .... on, Marvin... ---V on, Robert .... Arthur B. ..,.. . Frances ........ George A., Jr... Allen ,,..... ... Bobby c. ...... , Carolyn S. ...... . Bobby. Copeland Francis H. ...... . Furman T. .... . Harriett ..... Harry ..... Jim ..,,. Joe W.. .. Lecil ........ Mendel ..... Sherman ...... Willie W. ,... . William A.. , .. Gerald ......... Willie Allred, . .. James G., Jr.. .. ove, James C., .. Snellgrove, John W.. .. Snow, Jane .......... Snyder, Doris M. ...., , Solomons. Gitiord, Jr.. . .. Solomons, Robert H.. . ., Sorensen, Harry .,..,,. Sorota, Samuel S.. . .. Sosnowslci, Fred S.. . .. Spanier, Jack A. .... . Spence, Allan J. ,.... . Spence. Floyd D. .... . Spencer, Gene H.. . .. Stabler, Lula Mae .... Stack, George W.. . ,. Staclcley, Billy .,...... Stacy, William E. ,... . Stallings, W. C.. . .. Stanford, Billie P. .... . Steinberg, Dolly E.. . .. Steiner, Herbert ......... Shephens, Charlie Kromer. Shephenson, Charlie Stepp, William T., Jr.. . .. Stern, Raymond A.. . .. Stevens, Roberts E... . . Stevens, Sally H. .... . Stewart, J. T.. . . , .. Stewart, Nancy ..,... Stoddard, Paul H.. . .. Stokes, Dalton R.. , . ,. Stokes, Douglas .... Stone, Katherine ...... Stone, Ruth ...,........ Stough, Mary Fetter ..... Striclclin, William Herbert Stringer, Joe ....... ..... Strom, Clyde F.. . .. Strond, Wilma ....... Strother, Mary ........ Strother, Olive Long ..... Struhs, John S. ,....... . Stubbs, Edward ...... Stuclcey, Henry C.. . .. Stulres, Jacquelyn ..... Suessmith, Don ..... Sullivan, Nell ........ Summer, Hal W. .... . Summer, Harry M. ...... . Summer. James H. ..... . Summeriord, Curtis K., Jr.. Summersett, Ben K., Jr... Summersett, Mary C. .... . Susie, Pauline .....,... Suttler, Philip L., Jr.... STU DENT IN DEX-Continued Swain, Evelyn .......... Swann, Ernest E., Jr. ...... Sweatman, Quincy M.. . .. Sykes, John R. ........ . Szalcacsi, John, . . .. Walker, Julia ...,.... . Walker, Nancy Lee. . .. Wall, Howard E.. . .. Wallace, James S.. .. Wallace, Robert E.. . .. Tally, Thomas B. ...... . Tanner. Francis M., Jr.. .. Wlater, J. W. ,...,...... . Wannamaker, James H.. .. ....l4O ....l89 Wannamaker, Patricia Wannamaker, John ....... Ward, Beniaman P. ..... . "":O2 Ward, Cheves....... 02 Ward, James it--'02 Ward,JohnA......... PM-'48 Ward, Tobias Gavin .... . ....lO2 Ward Taylor, Eugene D. .... . Taylor, Patricia Ann .... Taylor, Robert H.. . , . .. Taylor, Samuel A. ....... . Teague, Edward Francis .... Teal, Jerry , . ,......,.... Teasley, William O.. . .. Temple, Harry ........... Thee, Anita Margery ....... Thevenot, Sarah May ...... Thigpen, William Rudolph.. Thomas, Clyde M. ....,... . Thomas, Thomas George W. ...... . Isabelle Penland, .. Thomas: John E. ..,.,,... . Thomas, Marion, Jr.. . .. Thomas , Robert C. .... . Thomas, Mary ............ Thomas , William E., Jr.. . .. Thomas. William F. ...... . Thomason Thomason Thompson . James Roy .,.,. , Pershing C.. . .. . Ed. F. ..... . Thompson, Jean ...... Thompson, Johnnie .,... Thompson, J. W., Jr.,.. Thompson, Robert E.... Thomson, James F.. .. Thoren, Robert V. ..... . Thornton, Thomas H. .... . Tiller, Robert S. .......... . Timmerman, Mary Hoyt .,.. law, A. L., Jr.. . .. Warneke, Herman J.. .. Warner, Brooks F.. ,. Warren, Betty ........ Warren, Hallie D. ...... . Warriner, Sammy Ruth .... Watkins, Curtis ........ Watkins, William R.. .. Watson, Sue Lee .... Watts, C. R. ........... . Watts, Jack ............, Weatherly, Robert T., Jr... Weathersby, William A.... Weaver. Joanne ......... Webb, Ida Strother ...... Webb, Marguerite M.. .. Webb, Samuel M., Jr..... Webster, Charles D.. .. Weed, Henry A. ..... . Weeks, Bill ............. Weeks, Frances Raysor .... Weeks, Roy .,,..,...... Weinburg, Mortimer M.. .. Weiss, J. Howard ....,,.. Welch, Jean A. ...... . Wellona, Harols ...... Wells, Anne Rogers ..... Timmerman, Milton Hodges .... Timmons, Rebecca ......... Timms, Dicky W. ,... .. Tinsley, Harriett ..... Todd, George C.. . .. Wells, Mary Virginia ...., 'H--'04 Wells,RalphO...,....... ""' Wells, Reuben Roderick... ""'I48 Wells, William T., Jr..... ""' Welsh, James E., Jr., .. .....I04 Todd, Winifred G.. . .. Tollison, Harold .... ,... Tolson, Traylor, Treiber, Trotter, Trotter, Emma ........,,.. George Harold .... Arthur E. ...... . Joe M. ,..... . Ronnie.. ,... . Wengrow. Roberta ...... Werner, Alfred France ...,. West, Leo A., Jr. ...... .. West, William Claude, Jr.. Wetherell, Martin E. ..... . Wharton, William Wallace .... .... Whisomant Clarence ? Whitaker, Emily L. ....... . Trowbridge, James N. ..... . Turbeville, Fred, Jr. ....... . Turbeville, William Lawrence ....IO5 ,...IO5 .....lO5' Whitaker, Mary L. ...... . Whitaker, William W.. . .. Turkette, Dessa P. ........ . Turner, Blair ...,....,..... Turner, Charles F.. . .. Turner, Ellison ..... Turner, Harris ..... Turner, Jeanne , .... . Tuten, Herman R. .... .. Tuten, Robert Henry ......, Tuttle, Tyler, Francis Warthen, . .. Rabe R. ....,,..,. . Ulmer, Lewis .......... . Utsey, Jean ........... Utsey, Marion Boyd, Jr., . .. Vaughn, James C. .... . Vernon, Thomas ..... Walker, Charles B. .... . Walker, Elden E.. . .. Whitescarver. Lucie ...... Whiteside, Robert E.. . .. Whitmire, Bohler ..,...., Whittinton, Wendell ..... Wiggins, Ernest C. .... . Wiggins, Roy D., Jr.... Wilder, Lawrence E.. .. Wiles, Lawton G. ..... . ""l06 Williams David A.. . .. ....IO6 . . Williams Duncan B.. .. ""lO6 Williams Edwin Williams James L.. . .. Williams James M.. . .. ....I48 Williams Joseph Ray. . .. ....l88 Williams Leland H.... ....I40 Williams Loren, Jr........ Williams, Rachel Carroll. .. Williamson, Curtis ....... .,..lI4 ....I48 Williamson, Elmer Williamson, J. W., Jr.... Williamson, Oliver H. .,.. . Willingham, Betty Eloise.. ....IO6 Willis, George K. ....... . ....l89 Willis, Richard 397 is , Willis, Walton J.. . .. Willis, William S.. . .. Wilson, Wilson. Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wincler, Betty Lou ..... .... Boswell ..... Dot ,........, ,,,, Jesse M., Jr Laurence G. ..... .... Patricia sheidOn'i2'.f.f William F. .... M., William J.,., Charles ..,., ,.,. Winesett, Dan, Jr.. .. Wingard, R. L.. . ,, Wingate, Virgil R.. .. Winn, Ralph M., Jr.,., Winter, C.V. ....... Wise, John William .... .... Withington, Marian .... ,,,, Wolf, Grayce ...... Wolfe. Rose ,....... Wolfe, Russell M.... Wood. Charles ...., Woodel, Joyce A.. .. .,.. STUDENT INDEX-Continued Woodhurst, Charles B Woodward, Martin B.. Wrenn, Harold .,..... Wright, Albert M., Jr Wright, George B.. . .. Wright, William J.. .. Wylie, Charles J. .... . Wyman, Carolyn ... Yarborough, Branan l., Yarborough, June O... Yates, Lawson ..,.,.. Yetman, William R... Young, Herbert E.. . .. Younts. Norman Zahler, Sanford F.. . .. Zeigler, Earl R. ..... . Zeigler, Marifaith ,.... Zobel, Harold Earle. . .. .g1...,., .MW -5.---U..-V-W-.-,.-,...,..., .. --v,..-...A.x,......,. .-W.- -rf--fn' , V, iyr--,--.,fY-.-.-vvfn-ve-K--..w W--4 .-.Tw1-3f5f-'-vW-f-fA---f-r- ' ' 1 ' Q . - ,SN , 4, ' . V I x 1 P TA' K 55, P F' 5 K g. ! 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