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All Students' Club Agricultural Club . Cattle Judging Team Engineering Society Knights of St. Patrick Chancellors . . PAGE 208 212 214 216 220 222 223 224 226 228 230 232 234 235 236 238 240 241 242 246 249 250 252 253 PAGE U. T. Chemical Club . . 254 Glee Club . . . 256 Education Club . . 258 lllasonic Club . . 260 Honor Council . . 262 VVomen's Student Govern- ment Association . 263 Philatelic Society . . 264 Red-Headed Club . . 265 County Clubs . . . 266 Y. hi. C. A. . 272 Y. YV. C. A. . . . 274 Home Economics Club . 276 Debating Council . . 277 Chi Delta . 278 Philo . . . . 280 Triangular Debate . . 282 Thalia . . . 283 Publications . . 285 Carnival Staff . . . 286 Vocational Department . 297 hflemphis Department . . 311 Volunteer Popularity Contest 336 Campus Section .... 342 Page Five Page Six n.s. .4 -1 J .r'--' . h, -.'. - .' - '1.12'."jl:.:l' 1' . .hx 14: x - ' " f7'o"' 2 ' 'efff-:,::Ej51' :Ah f'fr,f1fJJfQm . , fx 1 W,3w:e:gf: 9j ': .wk " ' -- fi' -f---ng 'av ' fffv - "Ez, hah! J-::::z:,::::!E53 1-gil'-,,. e- - Y 5.--A.H.. E4-I .H liffiik: W. J. WADLINGTON, JR., Editor-in-Chief and JAMES B. STEWART, Businexs Manager. . -,.aiff--wfi ullliu!:::.IIs'r:37'-111m - s-1' I lf..-i'-5,-.ngymu.'1l,f - . g:!!!f:Ef'! !71gs::?7l ,V.-hnlirrggn m pix-AF v BFQREWQIQQD by The staff of the VOLUNTEER pre- sents the annual publication of the Uni- versity of Tennessee for 1920-1921 to the student body and public at large. Although, due to the rapid progress of the institution, it has been difficult to echo the true spirit of Tennessee, this volume has endeavored to create a year-book of true college life. Whatever merit it may possess is due to the inspiration of the University, whatever failings to the incompetency of its stayii. 1 Chi! E55 Page S Page Eight To Dr. Charles E. Wait Who is Admired, Respected and Loved by the Faculty and Students of the University of Tennessee This Volume of the Volunteer Is Respectfully Dedicated Pa g e Ten In Memoriam GEORGE A. DOOLEY Pi Kappa Alpha Born-January 22, 1894. Died-Spring, 1920. Student-Soldier-Gentleman. "This was a man." Page Eleven Board of Trustees HIS EXCELLENCY, THE GOVERNOR OF TENNESSEE . THE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION . THE COIVIMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE . . THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY . CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT Ex-Officio EX-Oflicio Ex-Oihcio EX-Officio Term Expires First-HUGH G. TQYLE, Rogersville . . July 1921 SCCOHd1EDWARD T. SANFORD, Knoxville . July 1923 Third-H. CLAY EVANS, Chattanooga . July 1925 Fourth-T. W. HUNTER, Gallatin . july 1927 Fifth-YV. P. COOPER, Shelbyville . July 1929 Sixth-E. M. SANDERS, Nashville . . July 1929 Seventh-SAMUEL N. WARREN, Spring Hill . July 1927 Eighth-I. B. TIGRETT, Jackson . . . July 1925 Nlllfll-SPENCER F. THOMAS, Brownsville . July 1923 Tenth-C. P. LI. IITOONEY, Memphis . . July 1921 FROM THE CITY OF KNOXVILLE IV. S. SHIELDS, Knoxville ....... July 1931 T. A. WRIGHT, Knoxville ....... July 1931 FROM THE CITY OF MEMPHIS BOLTON SMITH, Memphis ....... july 1927 JAMES S. ROBINSON, Memphis . .... July 192.7 OFFICERS OF THE BOARD H. A. MORGAN . .......... President THOMAS D- MORRIS . . Secretary and Treasurer Page Twelve Oflicers of Instruction, Administration and Investigation HARCOURT A. lb"'lORGAN, B. S. A., LL. D., President of the University. ,JAMES DIcKAsoN I-losKINs, A. M., L.L. B., Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, and Assistant President of the University. XVILLI.-XM XVALLER CARSON, A. S. C. E., Emeritus Professor of Civil Engineering. CHARLES EDMUND VVAITV, B. S., M. E., Ph. D., E. C. S., Professor of General and Analytical Chemistry. CHARLES VVILLARD TURNER, A. lil., Emeritus Dean of the College of Law and Pro- fessor of Law and Constitutional History. CHARLES ALBERT PERKINS, Ph. D. , Professor of Electrical Engineering. JAMES DOUGLAS BRUCE, ill. A., Ph. D., Professor of the English Language and Literature. CHARLES EDWARD FERRIS, B. S., A. S., M. E., Dean of the College of Engineering and Professor of lllechanical Engineering. HENRY JOHNSTON DARNELL, ill. A., Professor of Germanic Languages. CHARLES HENRY GORDON, lXl. S., Ph. D., Professor of Geology and llflineralogy. ROBERT SOBIERVILLIE RADIPORD, lil. A., Ph. D., Professor of Latin and Roman Archaeology. JAMES TEMPLE PORTER, A. M., Ph. D., Assistant Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, Professor of Physics and Astronomy. JOHN RANDOLPH Nli.fXl., IS. A., M. A., Ph. D., L.L. B., Professor of Law. A103133 JACOBS, V. lifl. D., Professor of Veterinary Science. JOHN BASCOM HAMILTON, B. A., lVl. A., Professor of lblatheniatics. CHARLES BELL BURKE, B. L., A. B., Ph. D., Professor of English. ROBERT CLAYTON lVlATHEVVS, B. S., Professor of Drawing and Machiiie Design. JOHN ALBERT SWITZER, lbl. E., Professor of Hydraulic and Sanitary Engineering. HARRY HEROCHEL COXEN, B. S., M. S., Professor of lndustrial Education. ALLEN H. GILBERT, B. A., Ph. D., Professor of English. EZHARRY l'lENDERSON CLARK, Al. A., L.L. D., Professor of Secondary Education. JESSE VVILLIAM SPROWLS, A. B., Ph. D., Professor of Secondary Education. CHARLES ALBERT WILSON, B. S., M. S. A., Vice-Dean of the College of Agriculture, Professor of Animal Husbandry. T HEODORE WESLEY GLOCKER, A. B., Ph. D., Professor of Economies and Sociology. :'Resigned, January, 1921. Page Thirteen VVILLIAIW ANDERSON RABORG, Major, U. S. Army, Professor of Military Science and Tactics. JOHN ANDY THACKSTON, Pd. M., Ph. D., Professor of Education. DAVID RUSSELL LEE, A. B., A. M., Ph. D., Professor of Greek and Greek Archaeology. FRANK FRANTZ, A. B., Ph. D., Professor of Romance Languages. PHILLIP M. HAMER, A. B., A. M., Ph. D., Professor of History. MARGUERITE B. HABTER, A. B., A. M., Ph. D., Professor of History and English. IVIAMIE C. JOHNSTON, B. S., A. M., Assistant Professor of English. NATHAN VVASHINGTON DOUOHERTY, B. S., C. E., M. C. E., Professor of Civil Engineering. ASA ARTHUR SCHAEFFER, A. B., Ph. D., Professor of Zoology. JOHN RHEINGOLD BENDER, A. B., A. M., L. L. B., Professor of Physical Training and Director of Athletics. EARL CARLTON KREIGER, B. A., Instructor of Physical Training. VVILLIAM LELAND HOLT, A. B., IVI. D., C. P. H., Director of the Department of Hygiene. MORIAN LOUISE BINGHAM, M. D., Assistant Professor of Physical Education for Women. WILLIAM WATERS LEWIS, C. E., Professor of Spanish. SYDNEY TURNER MORELANDA, lVI. A., C. E., L.L. D., Dean of the Premedical Course, Professor of Physics. CHARLES OTIS HILL, A. B., Ph. C. M. S., Professor of Organic and Agricultural Chemistry. JUDSON H. ROBERTSON, B. S., M. Sc., Professor of Chemistry. ALBERT BARNETT, B. S., M. A., Itinerant Teacher Trainer. ROBERT SIDNEY ELLIS, A. B., Ph. D., Professor of Psychology and Philosophy. LEXEIVIUER RAL HESI.ER, A. B., Ph. D., Professor of Botany. CHARLES ERNEST ALLRED, B. S. A., lVI. S., Professor of Agricultural Economics. NUGENT EDMUND FITZGERALD, B. P. D., B. S. A., B. S. E., Professor of Agricul- tural Education. JOHN PRESTON BUCK, A. B., B. S. A., Assistant Professor of Agricultural Education. WILLIALI DONALDSON, B. A., L.L. B., Lecturer on the Laws of Bankruptcy. CAROLINE CARPENTER, A. B., A. M., Dean of Women and Associate Professor of Modern Languages. GORDON MANSIR BENTLEY, B. S. A., M. A., State Entomologist and Associate Pro- fessor of Zoology and Entomology. IHAURIOE MULVANIA, M. S., Associate Professor of Bacteriology and Station Bac- teriologist. OSCAR MAULDIN WATSON, B. S. A., Associate Professor of Horticulture. Page Four-te RALPH BROXVNLEE LOWRY, B. S., M. S., Associate Professor of Agronomy. CHARLES ELMER VVYLIE, B. S., A. IVI., Associate Professor of Dairying. NELLIE CROOKS, B. S., Associate Professor of Home Economics. LELIA DYE, B. S., Assistant Professor of Home Economics. BERNICE REANEY, B. S., III. A., Assistant Professor of Home Economics. II4ARY I-IAHN, B. S., III. S., Assistant Professor of Home Economics. VVILLIAM RAYMOND VVOOLRICH, B. S., Associate Professor of IVIechanical Engi- neering. CORA FISCHER BRANN, B. A., Associate Professor of Art. HARRY CADVVALLADER FORTNER, B. A., Assistant Professor of Zoology. JOHN ANDERSON AYRIZS, B. .A., ILL. D., Assistant Professor of Law. LENA BONDURANT HENDERSCJN, B. S., Assistant Professor of Botany. BIOSEPHINE REDDISH, B. A., III. A., Assistant Professor of IVIathematics. ISDXVIN POTTER LOCKE, Second Lieutenant. U. S. Army, Assistant Professor of Mili- tary Science and Tactics. BRUCE LEON THOMAS, B. S., Instructor in Pattern-making and Foundry. KARL ED STEINMLTZ, B. A., L.L. D. 3 Instructor in Legal Bibliography. IRWIN SOCTHERLAND SAXTON, B. A., L.I.. B., Instructor in Examinations of Land Titles. PACLINE GRAND DELI'IfL'CH, Instructor in French. HENRX' BOBRIT AIKIN, B. S., C. E., Instructor in Civil Engineering. ALBERT LYLE CHAVANNES, B. S. in E. E., Instructor in Mathematics. INIABEL IICIILLER, A. B., Instructor in Physical Culture for Vvomen. RUBY EVALYN HITCH, B. A., Instructor in Home Economics. WILLIAM H. CROL'CH,' Instructor of the Band. CHARLES ANSEI, IXIOOERS, B. S., Chemist and Agronomist and Vice-Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station. SANIUEL HENRY ESSARY, III. S., Botanist and IXIycologist. INIORTON IVIARCOVITCH, B. S., Assistant Entomologist of the Agricultural College. JOHN BRUCE YOUNG, B. A., Assistant Chemist of the Agricultural Experiment Station. ' SHELBY ANTOINE ROBERT, B. S., Superintendent of the West Tennessee Experiment Station. JOHN FRANCIS VOORHEES, B. S. A., Consulting Meterologist. GLENN A. IVIETCALF, Veterinarian. IIUAY E. FAY, Librarian. AGNES RHEA WILLIAMS, Assistant Librarian. RUBY MAY FRANKLIN, Assistant Librarian, Experiment Station. WALTER SANFORD AVERY, Assistant in Chemical Laboratory. WILLIAM EVERFTTE GRAINGER, B. S. , Assistant in Chemistry. BIATILDA MCGRANN DARNELL, B. S., Assistant in English. HELEN LOUISE DEPUE, B. A., M. A., Assistant in English. JEANIE GARTH, Student in Library. Page Fifteen ELIZABETH GAMON, Lewishon Scholar in Industrial Arts and Assistant in Home Economics. GEORGIA RULE, Pianist for Physical 'lwraining for Women. R. M. BARNETTV, Student Assistant in English. A LOUISE COLLINS, Student Assistant in English. BIANIE NIORROW, Student Assistant in Psychology. E. C. FRETZ, Student Assistant in Economics. MARY HORNER, Student Assistant in Zoology. J. D. TOPPING, Student Assistant in Botany. E. G. lVICCONNELL, Student Assistant in Geology. JAMES P. REEDER, Student Assistant in Spanish. ill. H. BOWERS, Student Assistant in Botany and Zoology. L. E. HURLEH', Student Assistant in Chemistry. R. W. SEVATISV, Student Assistant in Chemistry. .ARTHUR GRAY, Student Assistant in Chemistry. XVILLIAM ARTHUR CARIPBELL, Form Foreman Agricultural Experiment Station. JAMES EUGENE CONVERSE, Assistant in Co-operative Experiments. CARAC lVlORTON HUDIE, B. S. A., Assistant in Co-operative Experiments. R. C. LONG,'ASSlSt311t in Plot VVork. HENRY W. JONES, Superintendent of Tobacco Experiment Station. CHARLES ALBERT IQEFFER, Director of Agricultural Extension. C. F. BREHM, B. S., Assistant Director of Agricultural Extension. lVIARGARET A. ARIBROSEQ, Assistant Director in Home Economics. HERBERT SHARP NICHOLS, B. S. A.5 District Agent, District One. JAMES MINIC DEAN, District Agent, District Two. JOHN CARL MCiA3'IIS, B. A., B. S. A.3 Specialist in Agronomy. A. SIMS, B. S., Editor, Division of Agriculture Extension. H. B. BLISS, B. S., A. E.g Specialist in Farm lVIachine1'y. VVILLIAM L. CLEVENGER, B. S. A., Assistant Dairy Specialist. GARRETT N.ATH.ANIEL ITOBEY, Cheese Specialist. MAUDE L. GUTHRIE, Specialist in Home Economics. LENA ANGERIN WARNER, R. N.g Specialist in Home Sanitation and Nurse. LEONARY A. RICHARDSON, B. S. 5 Animal Husbandry. H ELIZABETH MORBLAND, B. A.g Community Service Specialist. FRANK S. CHANCE, District Agent, District Three. CHARLES L. DOUGHTY, B. S.3 District Agent, District Four. G. L. HERRINGTON, Club Specialist. EVA VV. lWiALONE, B. A.g Assistant Editor. Page Sixteen 'THOMAS F. DIXON, D. D., Specialist in Church Relation. RUTH G. AREY, B. S., Home Demonstration Agent for District One. ELSIE lN'I. DLTGGTER, Home Demonstration Agent for District Two. lfATE lVICNEIL VVELLS, Home Demonstration Agent for District Three. ANNIE L. NVHITTLE, Home Demonstration Agent for District Four. THOMAS IDALLADI lX'LliORRlS, L.L. B. g Treasurer and Registrar. FREDERICK H.ARRY BROOME, Secretary of the Agricultural Experiment Station. FESINGTON CARLYLE LOXYRY, A. B., Ll.. B. 5 Administrative Secretary. MRS. XVILL C. ROGERS, Secretary to the President. NELLE NICHOLAS, Assistant Registrar. FLORENCE D. iXICrl1EER, Secretary of the Division of Agricultural Extension. AIRS. BROXYN AYRES, Advisor for XVonicn Students. AIRS. CAROLINE VV.-XRD, Chaperon Humes Hall. EIAI2 HARREROAD, Matron of Barbara-Blount Hall. AIRS. JOHNSTON, Chaperon Sophronia Strong Hall. GER'l'RL'DE FRANCES sIoHxSTox, Oliice Assistant, Registi-ar's Oliice. ELIZABETH CASWELL ALLEN, Office Assistant, Dean's Office. LEOTA NV.-XTTS, Oliice Assistant, Treasurerls Office. RIAY X-VILEY, Ofiice, 'l'reasurer's Oliice. LIJCY E. DRAPER, Oliice Assistant, Treasurers Office. JULIA NELSON, Oflice Assistant. EUMER ELDRIDGE, Oflice Assistant, Registrar's Office. MARY HESS, in Charge of Co-operative Store and Post Ofiice. IVIARY ALDL'LIA NICHOLAS, Oiiice Assistant and Librarian, Engineering Building. CHRISTINE HOLDER, Division of Agricultural Extension. LIZZIE COTTRELI., Office Assistant, Division of Agricultural Extension. LILLY BELLE RQILLER, Office Assistant, Division of Agricultural Extension. E. MAIE PARKER, OHE1ce Assistant, Division of Agricultural Extension. FLORENCE G. LOTH, Office Assistant, Division of Agricultural Extension. -iVIARIE VVIGGINS, Oiicice Assistant, Division of Agricultural Extension. lVIARIE HODGES, Oiiice Assistant, Division of Agricultural Extension. LUCY TIBBS, Office Assistant, Division of Agricultural Extension. ROSE HARTBIAN, Oflice Assistant, Division of Agricultural Extension. ELIZABETH HASCAI.L, Oiiice Assistant, Division of Agricultural Extension. JOSEPHINE 'IiYSON, Oiiice Assistant, Division of Agricultural Extension. MARION YFOUNG, Office Assistant, Division of Agricultural Extension. MAE ELLIS, Oliice Assistant, Division of Agricultural Extension. ' KATHARINE CALDWELL, Office Assistant, Division of Agricultural Extension. CHARLES ASKIN, Office Assistant, Division of Agricultural Extension. ROBERT HYATT, Office Assistant, Division of Agricultural Extension. Page Seventeen The University of Tennessee Alumni Association 1. PIKE POVVERS, '95, President . .ALLEN P. FRIERSON, ,O7, Treasurer, Miss MARY BEARD, ,O7, Secretary . F. C. LOWRY, '09, Executive Secretary J. H. Cantrell, '85, Vice-Pres., East Tenn., Chattanooga Regional Chairmen Jos. A. Suivuvmns, '10. .Johnson City D. G. STOUT, '20 ........ Morristown Pmaicic W. KERR, '14 .... LaFollette CAREY F. SPENCE, '88 ..... Knoxville Pom-: TARWATER, '90 ..... Rockwood R. A. DAVIS, '10 ............ Athens C. S. COEFEY, '05 ...... Chattanooga Dancey Fort, '92, Vice-Pres., Middle Tenn., Clarksville Regional Chairmen O. C. KIRKMAN, '05. Trios. B. FINLEY, '94 ..... SAMUEL ANnE1csoN.. . O. L. FARRIS, '14 ........ Cookeville . Lebanon . Lebanon .Nashville A. W. Snoi-'N1sR, '09 .......... Haley A. S. HORSLEY, '84 ........ Columbia C. M. HARDISON, '14 ...... Columbia IRA T. ELROD, '16... ...... .Dickson GRAYDoN L. Monnis, '18, Cedar Hill Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Walter Chandler, '09, Vice- H. A. Pres., W. Tenn., Memphis Regional Chairmen BRYANT, '10 ...... . ..... Paris MCGLATHERY, '02. .Humboldt Powans, '13 ....... Lexington SUMMERS, '10 ...... Somerville Cl-IRISTMAN, '09. . TIPTON, '11, . . Joi-1Ns0N, '09 .... . . . .Jackson ARNOLD, '16 ...... . .Covington . Dyersburg . . . Memphis To make plain the way for carrying University service and inspiration to the people of the State, To aiiord a clearing house for information concerning the "folks" and their alma mater, To cement these "folks" into a genuine brotherhood, To perpetuate the ideals and traditions of the University among her people in after student life,- These constitute a part of the aims of the organization. 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Pag'e Forty 'A U n 5- r v I i i Lfffilzlg WALTER GRIFFITH D.-wins, jr. B. S ........ Chattanooga, Tenn. Kappa Alphag President Y. M. C. A. 1920-19zrg Orange and VVhite Stai 1918-I9-205 President Engineering Society I92IQ Knight of St. Patrickg Presi- dent Guard of St. Patrickg Cabinet Y. M. C. A. 1919-19205 Delegate to Blue Ridge 1919-r92og Sec.-Treas. Rifle Club 19183 Pi Delta Epsilon. Geoxcm M. RULE, B. A .......... Knoxville, Tenn. Vice-Pres. Senior Classg Chi Omegag Y. WV. C. A. Cabinetg Student Councilg Home Economics Club. ROBERT SHARP, B. A ........... LaFollette, Tenn. A. P. E.g Treas. Philo 1919-ZOQ Y. M. C. A. Council 1920-21. Hplitielforty-one HARRIETTE Locxe ARNELL, B. A, ........ Johnson City, Tenn. Siginia Kappag Omegag Randolph Macon Woman's Collegeg East Tennessee f State Normalg Vice-President of WVoman's Student Governmentg Advisory Councilg Secretary of Education Clubg Thalia Literary Societyg Y. W. C. A. 5' Tennis Tournamentg Basketball '18-'19. BENFORD B. BIRD, B. S. A. .......... Inskip, Tenn. Member of Masonic Clubg Agricultural Clubg All Students' Clubg Ion Aleph. ISMA ESTELLE PAIR, B. A .......... Knoxville, Tenn East Tennessee Normal '18, '19g Education Clubg Home Economics Clubg Thalia Literary Societyg Y. VV. C.'A.g Chi Delta Phig Alpha Chi Alpha. Page Forty-two 'in i Qff ZF3':"f. ' tj Y , , f, J. fi I w-H' H' K ' 'a A aw'3,.211"fe1f ., . A . X cf- :ML-.,. . ,,- I , i, FT l l. I, A. S ENIOQQ W , C --f--tf-N-Nj ROBERT I-IonAR'r Lnoxxxn, B. A. ........ johnson City, Tenn. A Phi Kappa Phig Tau Kappa Alphag Alpha Phi Epsilon, Pi Delta Epsilon, Phi Delta Phig Chi Deltag President Chi Delta '21, Critic Chi Delta '21, Inter- collegiate Debator at Johnson, Tenn., 'x8g Intercollegiate Debator of U. T. at Columbia, S. C., 'rgg Secretary First Year Law Class '20, 'z1. LOUISE KINZEI., B. A ........... Knoxville, Tenn. Education Club: Home Economics Club, Sergeant-at-Arms of Thalia Literary Societyg Alpha Lambda. JAMEs C. Wooowfum, B. S. A. .... Cedar Hill, Tenn. Agricultural Club. Page Forty-three GLENN G. SUMMERS, B. S .......... Franklin, Tenn Alpha Zetag Member of Farmer Staff ,ZIQ Member of Dairy Cattle Judging Team '20, Winner of First Security Scholarship. GRACE MCDOUGALL, B. A .......... Knoxville, Tenn A. O. Pi.g Manager Tennis Club '18, ,I9, 'zog Tennis Champion 'zog Vice- President Girls' "T" Club. THOMAS RICHARD MAINES, B. S. in M. VE. ...... Knoxville, Tenn. Knights of St. Patrick, Engineering Societyg H. B. H., A. A. E.g Associate Editor U. T. Magazine 1920. Pizfe Forty-four of-1 T l V v g. 5 SE.m.o1Q.'55 1 . JANIE E. LLEWELLYN, B. A .......... Concord, Tenn. Alpha Delta Pig Vice-President Sophomore Classg Home Economics Club. LYNN Z. MORRIS, B. S. .......... Knoxville, Tenn. Member Y. M. C. A. 1914-I9l6Q Member Agricultural Clubg U. T. Farmer Staff 19162 Class Football 19143 Class Basketball 19165 Member Knox County Clubg Member Masonic Clubg Sergeant-at-Arms Red Headed Club. SARA G1LBREATH, B. A. . . . Lynville, Tenn. Y. VV. C. A. Page Forty-five JAMES T. ADAMS, B. S. in M. E. ..... , . . . ' . 'B Engineering Society, Knight of St. Patrickg Basketball Manager ,IQQ Class ff Basketball 'zog Class Baseball 'r8, ,I9, 'zog H. B. H. L ANNIE JANE SMITH, B. A. ......... Martel, Tenn Home Economics Club. HERMAN ALEXANDER SCHUBERT, B, S. in M. E., E. E. ...' . Knoxville, Tenn Sigma Chi Fraternityg Basketball Squad '17g Varsity Basketball ,ISS Guard Page Forty-six of St. Patrick 'zrg Manager Football '2o. RUBY LEE Hosxxxs, B. A. KHOXVHIC, Term- Jom. ANDERSON IVIORRIS, B. S., M. E. ....... Knoxville, Tenn. Sigma Chig Engineering Societyg Glee Clubg Cadet Captain 'zog Captain Track Team 'zog Pan-Hellenic Council ,213 Y. M. C. A. Deputation Quartette 'zog Knight of St. Patrick '21, EUNICE HUMPHREY, B. A ........... Lucy, Tenn. Thalia Literary Societyg Vice-President Thalia ,205 Y. VV. C. A. '19-'zxg Education Club ' 1 9-'2o. Page Forty -seven ISAAC CORKLAND, B. A., LL. B. ..... ' . . . Knoxville, Tenn Phi Kappa Phig Intercollegiate Debating Team ,I6-I7Q President Chi Delta Literary Society ,I6-717g Captain Co. B. '17-'18'g Adjutant R. O. T. C. '17-'18g Tau Kappa Alphag Freshman Faculty Scholarship ,IS-,I6Q Sophomore Faculty Scholarship '16-'17g Publication Council '17-'18g Chess and Checkers Club '16-17g Menorah Society ,I6-YT7Q Judge Advocate U. T. Battalion ,I7Q Alpha Phi Epsilong War Service A. E. F. 1918 and 1919? First,Scholarship of.LaW IQZOQ Student Honor Council 1921. MYERS EDGAR HARTMAN, LL. B ...... - . . . Knoxville, Tenn Sigma Chig Phi Delta Phig Tau Kappa Alphag Alpha Phi Epsilong U. T. Magazine Staff 1918-IQQ Minstrel Manager U. T. Carnival '2og President Phil- omathesian Literary Society ,203 Debating Team '2og Critic of Philo ,2I. J. W. HUGGINS, LL. B ....... U. . . . Murfreesboro, Tenn Kappa Alpha Fraternityg Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternityg Secretary Senior Law Class 1920-21. Page Forty-eight X-1 , , V v V 4, ... .. ... , ... - 1 JOHN W. W1LsoN, LL. B. ......... Arlington, Tenn. Sigma Phi Epsilong Phi Alpha Deltag Philog Reserve Baseball 'rgg President of Second Year Law Class '19-'zog Arena Manager U. T. Circus 'zog Basket- ball Team 'zrg Alternate Philo Debating Team lzo. VVALTER N. DIETZEN, LL. B. ........ South Pittsburg, Tenn. Alpha Tau Omegag Athletic Council ,IQ-'ZOQ Scarabbeansg Varsity Football '17-'18-'19-'zog Varsity Baseball '18-'19-'20-'21, Captain 'zxg "T" Clubg Presi- dent Senior Law Classg Viee-President First Year Law Classg Fraternity Base- ball Teamg Chi Deltag Manager Animals U. T. Circus 'zog Sheriff Moot Court. ROBERT ELMER GINN, LL. B. ......... Knoxville, Tenn. Phi Kappa Phig Alpha 'Phi Epsislo-fig Second Scholarship Prize First Year Law '18-'I9,g Second Scholarship Prize Second Year Law '19-'zog Law Librarian 'zo-'arg Farragut Club '19-'zog Secretary Second Year Law Classy Treasurer Senior Law Classg Sheriff Nioiot Courtg Clii,Deltag Sergeant-at-Arms, Presi- dent-'Chi Delta 120. Page Forty-nine CARL GARDNER, B. A. .......... Brentwood, Tenn Sigma Chiig Sczlrabbeang, Phi Kappa Phig Debating Team 117g Tau Kappa Alphag Editor-in-Chief Orange and White ,I7Q Pi Delta Epsilon, President Philomathesian '17-'21, Alpha Phi Epsilon, Secretary Dramatic Club lI7Q Theta Alpha Phi, Varsity Football Letter 'zog Y. M. C. A. Cabinet ,I7Q Y. M. C. A. Council ,213 Freshman Representative Student Honor Council '15-'16, Lanier Clubg Associate Editor Volunteer 'ztg Stunt Manager Circus '17gVScrub Team '15-'16, Senior Class Play l2I. ANNE BOGLE, B. A ......... . Lenoir City, Tenn. Chi Omegag Home Economics Club: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Red Headed Club. CHARLIE T. PARDUE, B. S. A. . .x ..... ,, . Fayette County, Tenn. Entered U. T. from 'Middle Tennessee Normal School 1919, Alpha Zeta, Agricultural Club. l I Page Fifty MARY IMELDA STANTON, B. A. ........ Memphis, Tenn. Omegag Alpha Phi Epsilong VVest Tennessee State Normalg President Thalia Literary Socictyg VVomen's Student Government Councilg Y. WV. C. A. Social Committee 'zog All Students' Club Councilg Education Clubg Sports Council. -FRED Goonmzn HOWARD, A. B ......... Sevier-ville, Tenn. Alpha Tau Omegag Treasurer Pan-Hellenic Council '18g Associate Editor Orange and VVhite ,I7-,I8-l20Q Exchange Editor U. T. Magazine '17-'18g Stunt Manager U. T. Circus 'zog 'President U. T. Tennis Club '1Sg Chi Deltag Le Circle Francais. HCHRISTINA CRtNKL12Y,.B. A. . . ,..... Harriman, Tenn. Iieta. Sigm'aNOmicrong Y. W. A. Cabinet. Page Fifty-one -. ,..., .. i,.fw, BLANCHE ALLEN TANSIL, B. S ......., . V . . Sharon, Omegag Alpha Phi Epsilong Thaliag Education Clubg Girls' Glee Clubg VVeakley County Clubg Dramatic Clubg Tennis Clubg VVomen's Student Gov- ernment Associationg Home Economics Clubg Editor of Home Economics News. Tenn. Jos GILLEN HASKEW, B. A. ........ South Pittsburg, Tenn. University of Chattanooga '16, ,I7g Pan-Hellenic Councilg Football 'i8g Baseball ,I9. VAYRIS YOUNG, B. S. ..... ' ..... Watertown, Tenn. Omegag Y. W. C. A.g Home Economics Clubg Thaliag Student Government Council. Page Fiftyvtwo . ,,i-..-X.. , S4-in ..-ptgtg,-ag PY1 . L .al ISABEL RoB1NsoN, B. S. A .... .... K noxville, Tenn. Tennessee Farmer Staffg Home Economics Club. LEWIS H. RICHMOND, B. S., M. E. ..... . . Maryville, Tenn. Engineering Societyg Knight of St. Patrickg H. B. H.g Blount County Club. RUTH REEDER, B. A. Knoxville, Tenn. Page Fifty-three LAURA BARBER, B. S ........... Knoxville, Tenn Alpha Delta Pig Girls' HT" Clubg Y. W. C. A. JULIA REAGAN, B. S. .......... Sweetwater, Tenn Phi Kappa Phig Secretary Home Economics Club '18, 'rgg Womerfs Student Literary Society '18-'19-'zog Y. W. C. A.g President Home Economics Club 'zrg Lewishon Scholarship 1920, IQZIQ Education Clubg Class Historian. MARY TAYLOR, B. S. .......... Trenton, Tenn Omegag Y. VV. C. A. Cahinetg Thaliag Education Clubg Treasurer Home Eco-A nomics Clubg Student Government Council. Page Fifty-four -.-- -an-my-npiia -L i 1 SAM L BREEDEN, B. S. in C. E. ........ Decatur, Tenn Manager Freshman Baseball '18, President Sophomore Class 119g Manager junior Baseball 'zog Class Basketball 'zog Masonic Clubg Ion Alephg Engi- neering Societyg Knight of St. Patrickg A. A. E.g H. B. H. NFLIE BARDIN, B. A .........., Knoxville, Alpha Lambdag Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Phi Epsilong Theta Alpha Phi, Alpha Chi Alphag Chi Delta Phig Senior Class Poet, Orange and VVhite Associate Editor 'zog Exchange Editor '21 g U. T. Magazine, Associate and Assistant Man- aging Editors 'zog Assistant Editor and Assistant Business Manager Historical Edition 'zog Mugwump, Short Story Editor ,202 Assistant Literary Editor '21, Volunteer University Editor 'zog Associate Editor l2IQ Short Story and Per- sonal Essay Prizes 'zog Inter-Society Debate 'zog Thalia, Vice-President Edu- cation Club '21g North Carolina College for Women, President Short Story Club '16g President Sophomore Class '17g Reporter Carolinian ,I7, ylgi Adel- phian Literary Society. Tenn GRANVILLE Sxioivtomz KENNEDY, B. S. A. . ..... Knoxville, Tenn. Sigma Chi, Alpha Zeta, Dairy Cattle Judging Team, Tennessee Farmer Staffg Y. M. C. A. Councilg Philomathesiang Phi Kappa Phi. Page Fifty-Eve l l DEAN M. BEAMAN, B. S. in C. E. ........ Knoxville, Tenn. Sigma Phi Epsilong Knights of St. Patrickg Engineering Societyg A. A. E.g Secretary Senior Classg H. B. H. ' MAUDE KENNEITY LEWIS, B. A. . . . . . . . . Fairview, Virginia Alpha Phi Epsilong Vice-President Education Clubg Woman's Literary Societyg Y. W. C. A. Cabinet '20, 'zrg Secretary Sports Councilg Home Economics Clubg President Education Club 'arg Secretary and Treasurer Thaliag President Stu- dent Honor Councilg Volunteer Bandg Student Government Councilg Tennessee Farmer'StaEg Honor Roll 'zog A. L. S.g County Club Chairmang Berea College '19, 'zo. ARTHUR D. GRAY, B. A. P .....K ....' K noxville, Tenn. Sergeant Major '18, 'IQLQ Secretary Junior Class 'zog Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 'zrg Secretary Student Honor 'Council 'zrg Manager Freshman Engineers' Baseball Team '18g Chairman Committee Education Clubg U. T. Chemical Club. Page Fifty-six F ..., ,. V WT "W ""' ""' ' .' , 9. .', ,.,:4f3.,,4 H ff a.w.,w1 Parma A V' 1? fa 'aaa fl ., 9 , dj gwf ,VA.. A.,, A V if ,V,, , --af-e 1. 4 LOUISE Rooms, B. A ......... . . Savannah, Tenn. Secretary Senior Class, Girls' Assistant Cheer Leader ,2O, '21, Y. VV. C. A., Home Economics Club, Girls' Literary Society, Girls' Student Government As- sociation, Student Honor Council '19-'20, 'zo-'21, Le Circle Francais, Randolph Macon VVoman's College, '17-'18, '18-'19. E. A. KERR, B. S. ........... Savannah, BONNIE Scarabbeans, Alpha Zeta, Ion Aleph, Pi Delta Epsilon, Alpha Phi Epsilon, Editor-in-Chief "Tennessee Farmer" 1920-2.1, Animal Husbandry Editor Ibid, 1919-20, Associate Editor, Orange and White, 1920-21, Reporter, Ibid, 1919-20, Vice-President of Agricultural Club 1919-205 Critic for Agricultural Club 1920- 21,Viee-President Chi Delta 1919-ZOQ Treasurer, Ibid, 1919-20, Editor Chi Delta Crescent 1919-20? Vice-President of Education Club 1920-21, Treasurer of junior Class 1919-20g Vice-President of Student Honor Council 1920-21, U. T. Masonic Club, Y. M, C. A. Student Council 1919-20, Member of Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 1920-21, Student Assistant in Biology 1919-20, Student Assistant in Chemistry 1920-21, Literary Editor 1920, "Volunteer", Club Manager of U. T. Carnival I9I9-203 S. I. Club. KATE RUSSELL, B. A. ......... Concord Alpha Delta Pi, Vice-President Junior Class, Secretary Home Economics Club 1920-21? Pan-Hellenic Council, Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet. Tenn. , Tenn Page Fifty-seven FRANCES HAMPTON, B. A. . . . . Pulaski, Tenn. Zeta Tau Alpha. W. E. BULLINGTON, B. S. A. ........ . . Cleveland, Tenn .Phi Kappa Phig Alpha Zetag Chi Deltag Agricultugal Club. CLAIR-E SHEA, A. B .... J . . . . .... Knoxville, Tenn Chi Omegag Y. 'W. C. A.g Dramatic Clubg Aspirants. Page Fifty-eight , .11--es:-vs-t.-..-Qf., -- - - 2. - .-...+.,.,..,,,....,.......- .,.,.,,--,..f --2.-, -11... Y.. -.,. -..Je -.,.e - 2 . .. 2- 2. .4 1- , . ,, - CHARLES I. NIURRAY, B. S. in M. E. ....... Knoxville, Tenn Ion Alephg Phi Kappa Phig Engineering Societyg A. A. E. Guards of St. Patrick 1918-I9-20-2lQ Knights of St. Patrickg Assistant to Art Editor Volun- teer I9I9-20? Masonic Club. NINA Moons, B. S. .......... Gallaway, Tenn Sigma Sigma Sigmag President Y. VV. C. A. 1920-21. CARL BARCLAY HENRY, B. S. ......... Memphis, Phi Kappa Phig Alpha Zetag Member Agricultural Clubg Secretary-Treasurer Agricultural Club l9I8'I9Q Second Lieutenant in Band 1918-19 and 1919-ZOQ U. T. Orchestra 1919-20 and I92O-21g Member Student Council Y. M. C.. A.g Vice-President Agricultural Club 1920-ZTQ Animal Husbandry Editor Tennessee - Farmer IQZO-2X1 Member Student Honor Councilg Laboratory Assistant in Dairying and Bacteriology. Tenn Page Fifty-nine .,... 1 ,gym fri'-if GLADYS M. JETER, B. A. . .... .... M illington, Tenn. Phi Mug Phi Kappa Phig Girls' "T" Club. V LAWRENCE L. BEAN, B. A ..........B Knoxville, Tenn Sigma Chip Phi Kappa Phig Scarabbeang Alpha Phi Epsilong-Pi Delta Epsilong Chi Deltag Lanier Clubg Glee Clubg Dramatic Clulig Publication Council 1918-195 Assistant Business Manager Volunteer 1919, Business Manager Volun- teer IQZOQ Assistant Business Manager Orange and White IQIQQ Associate Editor Orange and White I9I8Q Humorous Editor Mugwuhip 1920-21? Sopho- inore Scarabbean Medal 19185 Associate Editor U. T. Magazine IQISQ Refresh- ment hlanager U. T. Circus IQZOQ Pan-Hellenic Council. . MARTHA snr Avcoex, B. A. ' .9 . . ..... Millington, Tenn Phi Mug Pan-Hellenic Council 1919, 192o.i A A Page Sinrty MINNIE EMORY, B. A. . .... Knoxville, Tenn. Alpha Delta Pi. WILL A. MCTEER, B. A .......... Rockford, Tenn. Ion Alephg Y. M. C. A. Cabinetg Y. M. C. A. Councilg Alpha Phi Epsilong Masonic Clubg Chi Deltag Treasurer Chi Deltag Blount County Clubg President Chi Deltag Secretary Alpha Phi Epsilon. KATHERINE OWEN, B. A. . Fountain City, Tenn. Page Sixty-ami MARY LEE FOSTER, B. A. ......... Columbi Chi Omegag Phi Kappa Phig Y. VV. C. A. Cabinetg Pan-Hellenic Councilg Cook's Latin Medal '20 ' A CXRIER MYERS, B. S. A. ......... Greenvill Sigma Chig Pi Delta Epsilong Alpha Zetag Philomathesian Literary Society, Secretary and Treasurer ,r8, Critic ,IQQ Pan-Hellenic couheil ,195 Debating Council 'zog Managing Editor Tennessee Farmer 'zog Fraternity Editor Volun- teer 'zog Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 'zog Vice-President Glee Club ,ZIQ President Agricultural Club 'zrg Assistant Editor Tennessee Farmer 'zxg Y. M. C. A. Deputation Team 'zig Dairy Cattle judging Team '21. ROBERT MARRS BARNETT, B. A. ........ . Frankli Kappa Sigmag Phi Kappa Phig Scarabbeansg- Alpha Phi Epsilong Pi Delta Epsi- long Lanier Clubg Theta Alpha Phig Y. M. C. A. Cabinet ,I7 and 'zig Le Circle Francaisg Philo Literary Societyg Vice-President Philo ,172 President Senior Classg VVinner of Senior Toga 'zog Advertising Manager Circus yI7Q Editor Orange and Wihite 717g Literary Editor Mugwump '20-'zrg Managing Editor Volunteer 'mg Dramatic Club 7175 President Sophomore Class ,165 Chairman Deputations Y. M. C. A. 'zo-'zrg Inter-Society Debate '17g President Student Honor Council l2O. Page Smty-two a, Tenn. e, Tenn n, Tenn MCGREGOR SMITH, B. S. in C. E. ....... ' . Cookeville, Tenn. Phi Gamma Deltag Scarabbeang Pi Delta Epsilon gy Varsity' "T" Clubg "Engi- - ' neering Societyg A. A. E.g 'VicelPresident Engineering Society 'zog Vice-Presi- dent Tennis Club '18g President Tennis Club YIQQ Captain Tennis Team 'zogi Manager Animals and Pabade, Circus '19g Ticket Manager Carnival y2IQ Reporter Engineering Society 'zog Associate Editor Grange and VVhife, 'zog Athletic :Editor Orange and 'White lzog Assignment Editor O-range and VVhite 'zxg Captain Senior Basketballg Knight of St. Patrickg B. H.g Publication , Council. ' ' RUTH BYNUM, B. A. ......... Chattanooga, Tenn. Y. W. C. A.g Education Clnbg Thaliag Le Circle' Francais. ' ' CHARLES READ lVICIYLYVAINE,, B. ,.r, 'f . . . - .... . . Knoxville, Tenn. Alpha- Tau Omegafgi'11Scvarabbfeian'2gA Eusiness lVLagnage1rr0rrange and .White 'zxg Assigtant Genetalklofanager '2oiQg'lfPi Epsilong Y. M. C...A. Council ,I7iQ -",l I?gidfotgiiatiQeilMEanage't Cainilyal 'dogg All Students' Club '20-'21. Gen5iaIl'ManaE,i6FoffCircus'215' 'V i ' ' Page Sixty-three ' , ' :-1:1-a.to use-.-me , -W - - QQ. .....a..m-.g,:,.1- annie CHARLES G. MYNATT, LL. B. ......... Knoxville, Tenn. Phi Gamma Deltag Scarabbeang Pi Delta Epsilon, Publication Council '19-'zog Editor-in-Chief Mugwump '19-'20, Art Editor Orange and White '18-'19, MARION S. BOYD, LL. B. . . ..... , . . . Memphis, Tenn Kappa Sigma, Phi Delta Phi, President Pan-Hellenic Council 'zo-'arg Program Manager Carnival 719-JZOQ Vice-President Second Year Law Class '19-'20, JOHN PAGE WOODARD, B. A. ........ Springfield, Tenn Sigma Chig Scarabbeang Sergeant, First Lieutenant, Captain, '16-'17, '17-'18g Vice-President Philo 716-,173 Orange and VVhite Stalf '16-'17, Rifle Team '15-'16, '16-'17g N. R. A. Indoor Team '16-'17, Class Basketball '16-'17g Pan-Hellenic Council '17-'18. Page Sixty-four Q S. VV. ATKINS, B. S. A. .......... Knoxville, Tenn. Alpha Zetag Agricultural Clubg Y. M. C. A. AGNES C. VANNEMAN, B. A. .... ' ..... Asheville, N. C. J Phi Kappa Phig Thaliag Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 20-,2I. FRANK DAVENPORT, B. A .......... Woodbury, Tenn. Pi Kappa Alphag Phi Delta Phig Alpha Phi Epsilong Philomathesiang Win- ner of Drill Down 'r8g President Philo '21. . .--.-. fu, ,, Page Sixty-five it .,.....1 MARGARET vvmm, B. A. .' .... . V Fountain City, Tenn. ' Home Economics Club. A V W. S. SMITH, BL S. in C. E. ....... ' .. . Maryville, Tenn. Phi Kappa Phig Allen Prize in Mathematicsg A. A. E..-g Erigineering Societyg Knight of St. Patrickg H. B. H. 'GENEVIEVE SHEA, B. A. ....... V . . Knoxville, Tenn. -r W Alpha Omicron Pig Dramatic Clubg Le Circle-Francais. .Page Sixty-six l r.. f .Hr Ms-.-xii. - I '-'VSV' .A-f l r ..... , i ,TM , ' 'f":lrgvQ- ,. ELIZABETH REAGAN, B. A .......... Sweetwater, Tenn Phi Kappa Phi, Home Economics Club '19, '20, ,215 Y. VV. C. A., VVomen Student Literary Society '18-'19, ,IQ-,202 Education Club 120-,2I. W. G. LUCADO, B. A. .......... Millington, Tenn Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pan-Hellenic Council ,I9, '20, '21, President Pan-Hellenic Council '19-'20, MARY HELEN BOWERS, B. A. ....... ' . . Knoxville, Tenn Chairman of Senior Class Play Committee, Education Club, Student Assistant in Botany and Zoology, Goucher College. Page Sixty-seven HALLUM GOODLOE CONLEY, B. S. A. . . . . . . . . Alamo, Tenn. Glee Clubg Y. M. C. A.g U. T. Rifle Clubg Red-Headed Club. MARY EWING FERGUS, B. A. ......... Lewisburg, Y. W. C. A. Cabinetg Thaliag Education Clubg Student Honor Council. 'ia-4, I. E. PARKER, BN. A .... .... Kn oxville, Page Sixty-eight Tenn. HAH Tenn. 'WATSON BOWE, B. A. ..... . Capleville, Tenn. Alpha Tau Omega. ELLA V. HODGES, B. A. . . Knoxville, Term. ROBERT SWATIS, B. S. A. . . Knoxville, Tenn. Page Sixty-uiaze J. O. ANDES, B. S. A. Knoxville, Tenn MYRA REAGAN, B. A. .......... Sweetwater, Tenn Phi Kappa Phig Home Economics Club '18, '19, '20, 'zxg Y. VV. C. A.g Women's Student Literary Society '18, '19, '20, ,ZIQ Education Club ,ZO-721. THOMAS C. MAYES, B. A. .... .A Mooresburg, Tenn. Phi Gamma Delta. page Sez'e11ty EARLE G, MCCQNNELL, B. A ......... Ducktown, Tenn. Ion Alephg Chi Deltag Engineering Society, Masonic Clubg President Chem- ical Clubg President Polk County Club. MARGARET MCCOWAN, B. A. . ....... Johnson City, Tenn. Zeta Tau Alpha, President Women's Student Government Association. CHARLES W. ROBINSON, B. S .......... Franklin, Tenn. Varsity Football Team '16, '19, '20, President Freshman Class '16, Freshman Class Basketball Team, Senior Class Basketball Managerg Treasurer Senior Class, Tennessee Farmer Staffg Vice-President Agricultural Club, Y. NI. C. A. Council. Page Seventy-one GORDON PARKS HYATT, LL. B. ......' . . . Duektown, Gladiator of Phi Delta Phig Secretary First Year Law Class '17-'18g Treas- urer Seconcl Year Law Class ,IQ-1205 Vice-President Senior Law Classy Vice- President Polk County Clubg Sheriff Moot Court. ' C. R. MAXDDUX, B. S. A. Spring City, JAMES C. POWELL, B. S. ......... Big Spring, Athletic Councilg Varsity Track Team ,17Q Agricultural Club. P. I. TINKLER, B. S. in M. E .......... Atoka, Sigma Phi Epsilong Engineering Societyg Knight of St. Patrickg A. A. E. Page Seventy-two Tenn. Tenn Tenn Tenn HHH! HH I vu 'I 'iw I W It ,Ill U4-lk-A g I Q-li ,vf",f-ff' g' H ,IJ .I II ,ju Iv? ' Isl 1f "'Q ff 'Q , ESM ? 1 E . lf , V f' I N "r Lil- N I . , ' 'I-I ' III I I . I' :'I.' I W 1 , V ' f ' ' 'Y ' , 1, ' ' .' 7 I . 1 fl, I, - - ' y -, . . nl' 4' 1 . Q 1 '. N ' X Lili V 'f i' e5::,"' I: H51 1.5! w ' H ,II ,, YI! JIII 'I I Tl: NIL A IIW 1'5" Fu ' PII: Jill, U " 1 1,5 1 2.1Q""5 ii'l'!l5I: 'I ' f +15 J' 1 EHSES2LTUIWHW 1 + ' n , 3 ll ,X 'fv-AA PIII I 1 1 , JI 1 . . 4 .f 'li H+ V :Q ' A 1 ll :eg 1, " II I IH II IN I TIIIIIIIL JI!! I+ JIM I . . . ni , .II .I .XII I If F ML IM 1 EI? X ' I I IIIj,f 1' -4 V3 , HII1 I' ,N ws MI ! IDE' Xi- II i l f x S Q H ' f x ml' H - -- .Q-' AJ- 'Uf' ml" v ' N . ..-. I ,l,.- I -... I III' I I.. r5FIH?Q5I!p ni, - XIII: 1 ll QI I 3:. . .II,I I ..4. 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VVilliam Russell Hamilton, Joe G. Haskew. Everett S. Holland. George A. Mooers. Richard E. Mooney, Ir. Otho C. Nichols. Albert F. Oliicer. Charles F. Pettway. Marshall Hedrick Shoaf. Paul E. Shoaf. C. Guy Stephenson. William B. Stokely, Ir. Joseph VV. Sullivan, Ir. -Clinton R. VVallace. Frank Henry VVaterhouse. Frederick VVest. VVarren R. VVest. jim Tarwater 'VVright. Marjorie V. Bailey. Kathleen Bender. Nlrs. E. D. Blakely. Camilla Louise Boyd. Lucille Conger. Dorothy Dailey. Maxine Davis. Jeanie C. Garth. Leola Gaskins. Mary' Ida Hays. J Charles O. Crump. Charles H. Dean. Charles M. Emory, Jr. James Carson Emory. Herman B. Farmer. Lee H. Harrell. james M. Henderson. Ernest C. Jones. Louis R. Knafii. Harry B. Kohler. Vllillis B. Lincoln, Ir. VVm. Harrison Matthews. john H. Mee. Lewis Frank Moore. Samuel E. lVIyrick. Robert P. Scott. Earl H. Shelton. Maynard K. VValton. Roy S. VVilliams. Claude C. YVilson. Roy Edgar Bell. Jim B. Bradford. John VV. Covington. Fred H. Fainf Earl Louis Felix. VVilliam Luther Fitzgerald. T. R. Gilmore. A. H. Hatcher, Ir. Rudolph Lawhonq Arthur W. Litz. Harry R. Love. john Hunter.McDowell. O. D. VValker. Thomas I. VValker. VVilliam C. VVliite. R. I. VVilrr1ot. Hobart F. Atkins. W7illiam Mike Campbell, Ir. Charles Edward Donaghy. Page Eighty-one Esther Gregg Hoss. Mary House. Gladys G. Jayne. Margaret Anna jones. Vivian Logue. Rosalie McClellan. Inez V. McMahan. Cosette Maiden. Cornelia D. Mellen. Amanda P. Miller. Janie Morrow. Marjorie H, Newsom. Ruth Porter. Hattie Iona Simmons. Mildred Eaton Simpson. ' Annekay Tharp. Edith Wilson. Claire Rita Shea. Elizabeth E. Gamon. Caroline Barton VVilson. Lewis Bon ap arte Moulton. Dibrell C. Brooks. John C. Cobb. Page Ezghtyatwo Kenneth M axey Gresham Leonard Palmer Janes, Jr Frank Joseph McGhee. A. Graham Mcllwaine. Robert W. Makemson. Richard V. Mann. Harry D. Moreland. Wayne A. Parkey. VVilliam Wilson Piper. John David Reddick. James Pryor Reeder, Jr. Ross R. Reeder. Kleffmann H. Rueter. Charles Stanfield Seay. Sam McMillan Shiiiett. Ira G. Sloan. Robert Paul Taylor. Con E. Troutman. Fred Wade. Harry E. Ward. Eugene M. Webb. Hugh B. Webster. Romulus C. Wright. so mone Gfeo.fS.P'j,o o e-s-5 ...F Sophomore Class Officers JAMES SMITH . . President MARY HORNER Vice-President L. F. HURLEY . Secretary T. K. ROBINSON .... Treasurer HONOR COUNCIL T. K. Robinson. Lois Jester. L. F. Hurley. Helen Dahnke. Page Eigh ty-three Sophomore Class Roster Addington, VVycliffe Dale. .... . Arthur, Jim Loyd ........,.... Baxter, VVilliam Thomas ....... Blakely, Ronald ............... Boyd, Hubert Lee. ...... .. . . . Brooks, Moses. ............... . Brown, James Williams. ...... . Bryan, Gordon Redman ........ Bu rchett, Albert Cleveland, Condra, Robert Moore ......... Crump, Edward Lee ........... Duncan, Josiah Cosby, Jr. ..... . Eichenberger, Oscar Robert ..... Fair, James Eugene, Jr. ....... . Garland, Robert. ............. . German, B. Fred .............. Goughnour, Ward Cable ....... Gray, Marion Eugene. ........ . Dulaney, Joseph Eugene ....... Fonde, Dorothy. .............. . Fowler, James Lyman. ........ . Fowler, Samuel Francis ........ Frazier, Helen Marie .......... Gibbs, Frederick Harrell. ..... . Giiiin, Margaret Anna ......... Gooch, Luna Florence .......... Gouffon, Pauline Emma. ...... . Greer, John Jones ............. Hancock, Ola Thurston ........ Hankal, Leonidas Newton ...... Harris, Charlyne Vivian ....... Harris, Jeanette ...... ......... Heap, Alice Gibson. .......... . Henderson, John Hughes ....... Hendrix, Ernest VanDyke ...... Hill, VVilliam Young .......... Hood, Frank Lee, Jr ........... Horner, Mary Elizabeth ....... Hurley, Leonard F. ........... . Isom, Ruth. ............ .... . Jester, Lois Gertrude.. .. Johnston, Irene. ....... .... . Katz, Clara ................... Kennedy, Ila Bernice .......... Lise Livaudais ................ Long, Joe Bovverman .......... McAnulty, Robert Moorman .... lVlcLemore, Willia ............ Miller, Eva Motfette ......,.... Million, Ruth Elizabeth ........ Milner, Nellie. ............... . Monday, Mary Strong ......... Morrell, John Ogden .......... Morris, Mary Josephine. ...... . Nelson Isabel ................. Neubert, Annie Elizabeth ...... Ogle, Gladys Loudine .......... Overall, Maude Hazel ......... Painter, Herbert Glenn ...... .. Paul, Elnora Virginia .......... Pease, Leila Livermore ......... Roberts, Albert Houston, Page Eighty-fowr Bulls Gap H. S. ......... . Lewisburg H. S. ............. . . . Nicholas Blackwell H. S. .... Mooresburg H. S. ........ . Bristol H. S. ............ . Central H. S. ......... . Knoxville H. S. ........... . . . . Cumberland University. .... . . . . Central H. S. ............... . . . . University of Chattanooga ......... Central H. S. ............... Knoxville H. S.. . . . Huntland H. S. .... . Knoxville H. S.. . . . Jackson H. S. ..... . Polk County H. S.. . . . Cooke County H. S.. . . . Knoxville H. S. ..... . Bristol H. S. ...... . Knoxville H. S.. . .. Coal Creek H. S. .......... Knoxville H. S. .... . Knox County Central Knox County Central Knox County Central Selmer H. S. ....... . Knox County Dyersburg H. Central S. .......... Lincoln County H. S.. . .. Morristown H. S. ....... Central H. S. ........ . . . . Union City H. Knoxville H. S.... Franklin H. S. .... . Karns H. S. ......... McTyeire Sch ool ....... .... Senn H. S. CChicagoJ Union City H. S. ....... Savannah Institute.. .. . . .. Dickson H. S. ..... . Central H. S. .... . Knoxville H. S. ........... . . . . Knoxville H. S. ...............,.. . Knox County Central H. S. ....... . McGhee's School, New Orleans, La.. Knoxville H. S. ...... ............ . Mississippi A. and M. College ...... .VVard-Belmont . ......... . Norton H. S. ....... .... . . .. Knoxville H. S.. . .. Union City H. S.. .. Knoxville H. S.. . . . Knoxville H. S.. . .. Harriman H. S.. . . . Savannah H. S.. . . . Young H. S. ..... . S Knoxville H. . ................. . . Dyer H. S. ....................... . East Tennessee Normal School ..... Knoxville H. S. .................. . Hutchison School .................. . Livingston Acad emy .... Bulls Gap. .Lewisburg. .Brunswick. Moo resbu rg. Bristol. Selmer. Knoxville. Lebanon. Memphis. Chattanooga. Memphis. Knoxville. Belvidere. Knoxville. Jackson. Copperhill. Knoxville. Knoxville. Bristol. Knoxville. Clinton. Knoxville. Fountain City. Knoxville. Knoxville. Selmer. Fountain City. Dyersburg. Fayetteville. Morristown. Toone. Union City. Knoxville. Franklin. Byington. McKenzie. Knoxville. Union City. Michie. Dickson. Memphis. Knoxville. Knoxville. Knoxville. Memphis. Knoxville. Bolivar. Knoxville. Norton, Va. Knoxville. Union City. Knoxville. Knoxville. Harriman. Savannah, Ga Knoxville. Knoxville. Dyer. Johnson City. Knoxville. Memphis. Nashville. Robinson, Thomas Kneeland, Jr.Central H. S. ................... . Simonds, Kathryn ............. Seilaz, Aileen ................. Gray, Richard Edward. ....... . Harmon, Robert Rogers ,....... Hilliard, Button. ........ .... . Hofferbert, Paul VVillis... . . .. . Harrison, VVallace ..... Key, Horace Leonard .... ..... Lack, VVilliam Edward ........ Leinart, Byron Howard ........ Letsinger, Leslie Earl .......... Letsinger, Luther Thomas ..,... McBath, Bartley Russell, Jr.. . .. McCormick, George King, Jr Nice, John Hardie ............. Moore, Lewis Frank ........... Odell, James Ralph ...... .... Quinn, John Joseph ........... Roberts, McLemore ............ Sheppard, Aubrey Brownlee .... Simkins. VVilliam Albert ....... Smyth, Marvin. .............. . Sorsby, Richard Leary ......... Staley, Alvyn Hoyle ........... Swann, Edward Lyle .......... Tadlock, VVilliam Lawrence .... Thrasher, James Arvin ....... VValler, John Linton ........... VVeigel, Frederick VVilliam ..... VVoods, VVilliam Francis ....... Eubank, Roy Edgar ........... Finney, John VVesley. ......... . Freeman, Benjamin Guy ....... Gardner, Edwin Ramsey, Jr .... Gorham, Newton Kennedy ..... Guthrie, Thomas Edison ....... Hart, Clytus Raye ............. Hazlewood, Ben Primm ........ Hickey, Robert Susong ......... Hill, Charles Otis ....... ..... Holmes, James Elmore ......... Hord, Thomas Epps, Jr ........ Hurt, James Morgan..t.. Johnson, Olof Carl, Jr ......... Jones, Richard Henry .... ..... Kennedy, Gary Hail ........... Lane, James B. ............. . Lautermische, Margery May... Lawhon, Alvin Morgan, Jr.. . . . Meguiar, Thomas Maynard .... Morris, Benjamin Young. ..... . Moss, Jewette Edgar .......... Neubert, Augustus Frederick... Nicholson, Jacob Harvey ....... Owen, Hays Elliott ............ Sims, Alva Merritt ...... ..... Sizer, Jesse Robert ............. Shibley, VVilliam Burton ....... Smith, Elmer Thomas .......... Allen, Frank Davis ...... ..... Allen, Leland Norcross. ....... . Barnett, Thomas Oliver ........ Bell, James Irwin ............. Brown, Dalton Milford ........ .Memphis. VVoman's College of Alabama. ..... . Knoxville H. S. .................. . Tunica County H. S. fMiss.J ....... Hume-Fogg H. S. ........... . Central H. S. ...... . ............. .. Knox County Central H. S. ....... . Maryville College ............ Hawkins School ............ Savannah Institute. ....... ........ . Knox County Central H. S. ..... Central H. S. .................... . Central H. S. .................... . Tennessee Polytechnic Institute ..... Midtllesboro H. S. ................ . Knox County Central H. S. ....... . Haywood H. S. .............. . Sulphur Springs H. S. ..... . Knoxville H. S. ....... . Central H. S. ........ . Alamo H. S.. . .. Knoxville H. S. .................. . Bethel College. ................... . VVest Tennessee Normal School ..... Maryville Polytechnic School ....... Maury H. S. ..................... . Knox County Central H. S. ....... . .Livingston Academy .......... Roane County H. S. ....... . Knoxville H. S. ..... ...... . Elizabeth Training School .... Massey School. ............ . Central H. S. .................... . McFerrin School. ................. . Mississippi A and M. College. . , , , , Industrial and Trainin School. , , , . g Central H. S ................... .. Morgan School ........... Fitzgerald and Clarke .... Cooke County H. Knoxville H. S. ...... . Capleville H. S. .... . VVebb School. ............... . Hawkins School ............... ,,,, University of South Carolina ..., Brandon Training School ...... ,,,, Knoxville H. S. ............. . Elizabeth Training School .... Chattanooga H. S. ......... . Knoxville H. S. ......... . Sumner County H. S. .... . Peoples-Tucker School .... Tyner H. S. ............ . Young H. S. ................ . University of Chattanooga .... Byars-Hall H. S. .......... . Lawrence County H. S .... Bogart I-I. S. .......... . Newbern H. S. ....... . . Franklin County H. Central H. S. ......... . Knoxville H. S. ...... . Savannah Institute. ............ , , , , Savannah Institute. ............ , , , , Middle Tennessee Normal School .... Knoxville. Knoxville. Marion, Ark. Nashville. Cleveland. Fountain City. Maryville. Bethpage. Savannah. Knoxville. Columbia. Columbia. Knoxville. Middlesboro, Ky. Copperhill. Memphis. Jonesboro. Knoxville. East Chattanooga. Alamo. Knoxville. McKenzie. Buntyn. Maryville. Dandridge. Fountain City. Livingston. Oliver Springs. Knoxville. Petersburg. Pulaski. Columbia. Martin. Memphis. Fort Henry. Chattanooga. Flat Creek. Smyrna. Newport. Knoxville. VVhite Haven. Murfreesboro. Gallatin. lyiemphis. Nashville. Knoxville. Petersburg. Chattanooga. Knoxville. Portland. Cedar Hill. East Chattanooga. Knoxville. Chattanooga. Covington. Lawrenceburg. Philadelphia. Newbern. Franklin. Memphis. Knoxville. Pittsburg Landing. Savannah. McMinnville. Page Eighty five Central H. S. .............. . Brown, VVilliam Glynn... Burns, VVilliam Thomas.. Akin, Katie B. ........ . Alexander, Richard. ..... . Bamberg, Walter Louis... . Beatty, Shelton Lee ..... Boyte, Marguerite ...... Braden, Emmett VVade .... Bradley, Broome, Juanita. ........ . Harvey Benjamin ..... Carlton, Henry Newell .... Carroll, Mary Swan ...... Clinton, Mary Elizabeth.. Comfort, James. .............. . Cox, Robert Boyde. . . . . Dahnke, Helen ......... Dodds, Anita Reynolds. ....... . Draughon, J. B. .............. . Baker, Robert Henry. ,.....,.. . Cameron, VVilliam Joseph ...... Cates, Charles. ............... . Conyers, Joseph Leon .......... Crabtree, James ............... Croswell, Clyde Vernon ........ Crownover, Hal ............... Evans, joe E. ......... . Fortner, Horace Thea .......... Genette, Sidney Wilson ........ Hicks, Henry Byron ........... Hyatt, Herschel Hazen. ....... . Laird, Robert Glover .......... McEver, Edward Allen ........ Morgan, Howard Paul ......... Myers, Newton C., lr .......... Padget, Paul Clifford .......... Bamberg, VVilliam Henry ...... Fandrich, john Samuel ........ Harvill, Eugene Boehms ....... Krafii, Louis Rudolph .......... Longmire, Robert Shone ........ McClamroch, Wm. Eugene, Jr. . Miller, William Earl .......... Oflicer, Albert Fitzpatrick ...... Roberts, Walter Scott .......... Shipley, Lester Odom .......... Tarry, Edward Gailor ........ . VVarren, Tom Carter Dresser... Carlton, William Harold ....... Conley, Paul Booker .... ..... Smith, James Fred ............ Stanfill, Jacob Edmund. ....... . Topping, John Dewey. ...... .. . VVhite, Fred VVhitney .......... Sharer, Margaret Kathleen.. . . . Shires, Thomas Payne ......... Smith, Margaret Burnett ....... Stokely, Anna ................. Sullivan, Joseph Gerald ....... Swafford, Bess ................ Upchurch, Mary Angelyn ...... VVadlington, Robert Lee, lr.. . . . VVatkin, Harry Caffee ......... VVinfrey, Mary B. ............ . VVright, Sarah Virginia ........ Union City Training School... Columbia H. S. ............ . Hampshire H. S.. .. Union City H. S.. .. Mclierrin School. ............ . Milan H. S. ................. . Wlest Tennessee Normal School Chester County H. S .......... Powell H. S. ........ . Knoxville H. S. ........ .... . Haywood H. S. ............. . Martha Washington College... Knoxville H. S. ...... . Central H. S. ......... . Union City H. S. ....... -. Hickman fKy.j H. S. .... . Cedar Hill H. S. ......... . Knoxville' H. S. ............. . Knox County Central H. S.. .. Nankipoo H. S. ............. . VVest Tennessee Normal School .,,,, McTyeire Training School .... Central H. S. ............ . University of the South .... Massey School. ......... . Claiborne H. S. ....... . Central H. S. .... . Trinity College. ............ . Ducktown H. S. ............. . McTyeire Training School .... Knoxville H. S. ............ . Marshall H. S. ........... . Greeneville H. S.. . .. Lenoir City H. S.. .. Paducah H. S. ...... . Huntland H. S. ....... . Hickman County H. S.. .. Knoxville H. S. .......... . Andersonville Institute ..... jackson H. S. ............... . Clinton H. S. ................. , , ., Middle Tennessee Normal School .... Knoxville H. S. ............. . East Tennessee Normal School. Sewanee Military Academy.. .. Central H. S. ............... . Haywood H. S. ............. . Alamo H. S. ............... . . Tennessee Polytechnic Institute ..... VVest Tennessee Normal School Colorado Agricultural College. Tennessee Polytechnic Institute ..... Price-VVebb School ........... Price-VVebb School ..... Cooke County H. S... . Cooke County H. S.. .. Polk County H. S. ..... . Bledsoe County H. S.. . .. Grove H. S. .......... . Collier School .... A .... Knoxville H. S.. . .. Farragut H. S.. . . . Knoxville H. S.. . . . Yarbrough, Kathleen Penelope. .jones H, S, ,,,,, , , Page Eighty-six Union City. Columbia. Hampshire. VVoodland Mills Knoxville. Milan. Dickson. Henderson. Powell Station. Knoxville. Brownsville. Morristown. Memphis. Knoxville. Bolivar. Union City. Hickman, Ky. Cedar Hill. Knoxville. Mascot. - Halls. Gates. Earle, Ark. Memphis. Alto. Lewisburg. Goin. Memphis. Rockwood. Knoxville. McKenzie. Knoxville. Marshall, Texas Greeneville. Lenoir City. Knoxville. Belvidere. Little Lot. Knoxville. Andersonville. jackson. Clinton. Livingston. Knoxville. Jonesboro. Keeling. t Newport. Brownsville. Alamo. Buffalo Valley. Sardis. Morristown. Cookeville. Lewisburg. Lewisburg. ' Newport. Newport. Copperhill. Pikeville. Paris. Memphis. Knoxville. Concord. Knoxville. Lynnville. IYQESFZIVKV-KN Freshman Class Roster Adkerson, Florence Vivian ..... Ambrister, Floyd Lee, jr ....... Armstrong, Thomas Luttrell.. .. Ashburn, Wayland Foster ...... Aycock, Mary ...... ........... Aycock, Pauline ............... Bailey, George Russell. ....... . Batey, Annie Mary ....... .... Bean, Carol. ........... .. .. Bell, Charles Ashburn .... .... Benson, VVilliam Erskin ..,..... Bibee, Glen Archibald ......... Bishop, Lawrence Vernon ...... Blackard, VVilliam Raymond.. . Blair, Annie Jean ............. Blair, Sarah Alice ............. Bowman, Martha. ............ . Bright, Adrian Clifford ........ Brown, Grace Elizabeth ......., Burchfield, Carolyn Ilo. ....... . Burdette, Adelaide Lenoir ...... Burdick, Kathleen ........... Butler, Mary. ............ . . .. Callis, Louise. ................ Cantwell, Ben Caldwell ........ Carmack, Elizabeth Alliene ..., Carothers, Hattie .............. Carroll, Vaughtie .............. Chalker, Glenn A. .....,...... . Clark, William Halmond. ..... . Clift, Robert Brooks. .......... . Clotfelter, Mary Agnes. ....... . Collins, Isabella Tappan ....... Cook, Iva Delle .......... Cooke, Sarah Divine ...... ..., Cooley, George Franklin ....... Cooper, Fowler Faine .......... Cox, Margaret Malcolm ....... Crinkley, Burta ............... Crittenden, John Ray .......... Crowell, Mary Elizabeth ....... Davis, Selwyn George. ........ . Dean, Susie Fowell ............ DeMarcus, Wootson Samuel .... Dodson, Flora Mai ............ Duncan, Albert Benjamin ...... Dungan, Geneva Kathleen ..... Durbin, William Jennings ...... Easterly, Margaret Lucile ...... Elcan, julia Thelma ........... Ellis, Gertrude Margaret ...... Ellis, Reba. .................. . Evans, Iesse Hampton. . .. .... Evins, Samuel Carroll... .... Finlay, Olive Semmes ..... .... Fogelsong, Laura Inez... .... Fowler, Arthur Massey ........ Fowler, Mary Emily ..... .... Franklin, Neil. ......... . . .. Franklin H. S. ...... . .... .. Knoxville H. S. ............ . Tennessee Military Institute.. Chattanooga Central H. S.... St. lVlary's School ........... Millington H. S. ........... . Knox County Central H. S... Central H. S. .............. . Fitzgerald and Clark ...... Knoxville H. S. ....... . Rhea County H. S. ....... . jacksboro H. S. ............ . Knox County Central H. S... Jackson H. S. .............. . Lincoln County H. S. ..... . Lincoln County H. johnson City H. S. .... . Knoxville H. S. ............ . Knoxville H. S. ............ . Big Stone Gap tVa.l H. S... Lenoir City H. S. .......... . Union City H. S. ......... . Union City H. S. ....... . lylabel VVilliams H. S.. .. Milan H. S. .......... . Chattanooga H. S. ..... . Hickman County H. S.. .. Morristown H. S. ...... . Trimble H. S. ..... . Knoxville H. S... .. Soddy H. S ..... . Jacksboro H. S. ..... . Steubenville H. S. .......... . Branham and Hughes. ...... . East Tennessee Normal School. . Tyner H. S. ............... . Dyersburg H. S. ...... . .... .. Knox County Central H. S... Harriman H. S. ............ . Knoxville H. S... .. Knoxville H. S... . . Morgan School ............ Sidney Lanier H. S .......... Knox County Central H. S. .... . . H Columbia H. S. .......... . Memphis Central H. S.. . .. Knoxville H. S. ........ . Fayette County H. S.. . . . Bradley County H. S.. - -- Haywood H. S. .......... . Memphis Central H. S.. . .. Rhea County H. S. ..... . Jones H. S. ............ . Columbia Central H. S... .. St. Mary's School. ..... . Knoxville H. S.. . . . Knoxville H. S.. . .. Maryville College .... Morristown H. S ..... Franklin. Knoxville. Knoxville. Chattanooga. Kerrville. Millington. Knoxville. Lewisburg. Tullshoma. Powell Station Dayton. Jacksboro. Knoxville. Jackson. Fayetteville. Fayetteville. johnson City. Knoxville. Knoxville. Knoxville. Lenoir City. Union City. Union City. Neshoba. Milan. VVinchester. Centerville. lvlorristown. Trimble. Knoxville. Soddy. jacksboro. Knoxville. Santa Fe. Chattanooga. East Chattanooga. Dyersburg. Fountain City. Harriman. Knoxville. Knoxville. Lewisburg. Montgomery, Ala. Knoxville. Carter's Creek. Memphis. Knoxville. Somerville. Cleveland. Brownsville. Memphis. Dayton. Lynnville. Culleoka. Memphis. Knoxville. Knoxville. Rockwood. Morristown. Page Eiglzty-.s'e'11eu Kingsport H. S. .......... . Frost, Ralph VValter .......... Ganong, Louise Thomas ....... Gill, Graham Chaffin ......... Gillespie, Booth VVoodruff ..... Goddard, Katherine Elizabeth. Goodman, Otis .............. . . Gossett, John Robert. ....,,... . Graham, Linnie Katherine ..... Greene, John William .....,... Greer, Charles Coile ........... Grigsby, Joseph Anderson, Jr.. Grismore, Gertrude Marie ..... Haller, Martha Cecelia ........ Harris, Zula Mae. ............ . Hayes, Earl Hamilton ......... Headden, VVilliam Raymond. . . Hearring, Andrew B. ......... . Hedgcock, Leland Stanford .... Hendrickson, Samuel Allen ..... Hicks, George William ........ Hodge, Fleta Crilla. ..... .... Horner, Maxie Louise .......... Howard, Bertha Frank ........ Howse Ma Claire .... , ry ..... Huff, Rachel McClung ..... Hunter, Nell Elizabeth.. . . . Inman, Ruth Evelyn. ..... . Ireland, Philip Willard .... Johnson Annis Howard... Johnson Harvey Belton .... Johnson, Llewellyn ........ Johnson, Lytha Oma ....... Johnson, Margaret Hamsley Johnson, Mary Taylor ..... Johnston, Locke Houston... Keener, Wylie Soothern .... Kefauver, Estes ........... Kent, Virginia Cameron ....... Keys, James Lester ............ Kirby, Louise ................. Kollock, Joe Helen. ........... . Lytle, Eleanor Southwell ....... Lamon, VVill Dickson .......... Locke, William Smith. .....,.. . Lowry, John Rogers. .......... . McClendon, Mary Elizabeth... . McDougald, Lucy Joyce ....... McGill, Annie Kendrick ....... McMillan, Clara Eva .......... McNees, Solon. ............... . McNutt, Samuel Houston, Jr... Major, Pauline Hazle. ........ . Marcum, Thelma Rachel ....... Margraves, Lillian May. ...... . Martin, Maude. ............. .. Montague, Elmira Tatum ..,... Moore, Christine Carter. ...... . Moore, Eva Ruth. ....... . . . . Morgan, John Germain.. .... Morton, Henry Sherrod ....,... Moss, Rachel. ................ . Mulvania, Cyril Henry ........ Murphy, James Theodore ..... Myers, Minnie Hazel ,......... Nash, Eva Lavinia ...... .... Page Eiglzfy-eiglzt .Knoxville H. S. .... . St. Mary's School .... .Knoxville H. S.. . . .Knoxville H. S.. . . .Knoxville H. S. .... . Millington H. S.. . . . Cedar Hill H. S ....... Knoxville H. S. .......... . Snyder Outdoor School ..... Knox County Central H. S. .Bulls Gap H. S. .......... . Central H. S. ...... . ..... .. Palm Beach H. S.. .. Union City H. S.. . .. Columbia H. S. ......... . Trimble H. S. ........... . Bradley County H. S. ..... . Hall Moody Normal School Staunton Military Academy ........ Union Academy ........... Knox County Central H. S. Union City H. S. ........ . Peabody H. S.. . . . Knoxville H. S.. . . Knoxville H. S.. . . Newbern H. S.. . . . Central H. S.. . . . Knoxville H. S.. .. Central H. S. .... . Knoxville H. S.. .. Knoxville H. S.. .. Knoxville H. S.. .. Knoxville H. S. ......... . Davidson College. ........ . Knox County Central H. S.. Central H. S. ............ . Knoxville H. S. ......... . Sulphur Springs H. S.. . . . Bryson College ......... . Karns H. S. ............. . Duval H. S. ............. . Union City Training School Jones H. S. ............. .. Gallatin H. S... . . Mayfield H. S. .... . Peabody H. S. ...... . Hume-Fogg H. S.. .. Carter H. S .... . .. Athens School ..... .Knoxville H. S.. . . Knoxville H. S.. . . Sharon H. S. .... . Milton H. S. ..... . Knoxville H. S. ..... . St. Mary's School ..... Knoxville H. S. .... . Knoxville H. S.. .. Morgan School .... Central H. S. .............. .... Dyersburg H. S. ................. . Knox County Central H. S. ....... . .Knoxville H. S. .................. . Knox County Central H. S. ....... . Knoxville. Memphis. Knoxville. Knoxville. Knoxville. Memphis. Cedar Hill. Knoxville. Knoxville. Knoxville. VVhite Horn. Memphis. West Palm Beach Fla Union City. Columbia. Trimble. Cleveland. Sharon. Clinton. Jackson. Knoxville. Union City. Kingsport. Trenton. Knoxville. Knoxville. Newbern. Chattanooga. Knoxville. VVinchester. Knoxville. Knoxville. Knoxville. Knoxville. Madisonville. Knoxville. Madisonville. Knoxville. Johnson City. Fayetteville. Harden Valley. Jacksonville, Fla. Union City. Lynnville. Gallatin. Mayfield, Ky. Trenton. Nashville. Strawberry Plains Mosheim. Knoxville. Knoxville. Sharon. Rogersville. Knoxville. Memphis. Knoxville. Knoxville. Petersburg. Columbia. Knoxville. Knoxville. Knoxville. Maynardville. Owen, Mary Lucille ........... Ozier, Charles M. Parker, Fred Leslie. .......... . Parkes, Joseph Leonard, IH .... Parks, Anna Shepherd ......... Passons, Bonnie Lee. .......... . Pender, Elizabeth Corinne ..... Penn, Frances ................. Philips, Carre Louis ........... Phillips, Nanette Thomas. ..... . Powell, Don Hurt ............. Powell, Frank. ...... . . . . . . Pritchett, John A.. . . . . . . Reynolds, James S.. .. . . .. Richards, John, Jr. ..... . . . . Riney, Mary Mildred.. .. .. . . Robeson, Audrey Byrde ........ Roberts, Jesse Lee ....... .... Roberts, Reba ......... Robinson, Ola ................. Rogers, Edna Estella ........... Rockwell, Josephine Edith. .... . Rockwell, Katharine ........... Rogers, VVallace Rolland ....... Roth, Helen Louise ............ Rousseau, Reece Lee ..... . . . . Rule, Andrew Herman ......... Rule, Lida Elsie ............ . . . Russell, Emma Kathleen ....... Ryno, Katherine Jeanette ....... Smith, Dora. ............. . Seay, VVorrell Austin .... .... Shaw, Alma Cook. . . .. .. Sherrill, Ruth ........... .... Shoaf, John Stanley. .......... . Simmons, Esther Virginia. ..... . Smith, Edward Hamilton. ..... . Smith, Everett Milton. ........ . Sewell, Marietta. ............. . Spaulding, James Herbert ...... Staples, John Stanley .......... Stone, Elsie Mae .............. Sulte, Helen. ...... ........... . Swafford, Carrie .............. Swanner, Thomas VVright, Jr.. . Tate, Jack Bernard ............ Taylor, Evelyn Douglas ........ Thackston, James Frederick.. . . . Thompson, Charles Anderson... Vowell, Ritchie Monroe ........ VValker, Juanita Marie. ....... . VValker, Ted Roosevelt. ....... . VVellons, Margaret McCulloch.. VVells, Martha Laura ......... VVilliams, Annie Ruth. ........ . VVinfrey, Lynn Leon ..... .... Wood, Dorothy May ..... .... Wood, Gwyn C. ..... .. . . . . .. VVright, VVilliam Polk ......... Yancey, Marguerite.. . . . . . . Yule, Isaline Mary ............ Anderson, James Lewis ........ Beasley, Ellsworth Stanford .... Birdsong, John Harvey ........ Blakemore, John Green ........ Rowe, Clarence Edward ........ Knoxville H. S. .... . Byars-Hall H. S. ..... . Chester County H. S. ........ . Chattanooga H. S. ........... . Webb School ................. VVest Tennessee Normal School. ---. VVhite County H. S. ......... . Columbia H. S. .............. . Mississippi Synodical College. Pensacola H. S. ............. . Randolph-Macon Institute.. . . . Memphis Central H. S. .... . McCallie School. ........ . Boone's Creek H. S. ....... . Massey Military School ....... Knox County Central H. S.... Holy Ghost School .......... Rhea County H. S. ...... . Alamo H. S. ....... . Maryville College ..... Jaeksboro H. S. .... . Knoxville H. S.. .. VVabash H. S.. . . . Harriman H. S.. .. Knoxville H. S. ......... . Knoxville H. S. ............. . Knox County Central H. S.... Knoxville H. S. ........... . Knoxville H. S. ......... . Central H. S.. . .. Knoxville H. S. ........ . Farragut H. S. .......... . Byars-Hall H. S. .......... . Virginia Intermont College .... Knox County Central H. S.. .. Byars-Hall H. S. ............ . Farragut H. S. ....... . Baylor College .......... Gibbs H. S. ............. . Columbia Central H. S.. . . Franklin County H. S.. . . . Harriman H. S. ......... . Union City H. S. .......... . Hardeman County H. S.. . .. Knoxville H. S. ........... . Elizabeth Training School .... Farview H. S. ............ . Knoxville H. S.. . . Knoxville H. S.. . . Robbins H. S. ...... . McFerrin School.. . . . .Randolph-Macon .. .. St. Mary's School... . Farragut H. S. .... ......... Knoxville H. S. ............. . Tennessee Military Institute.. . Asheville School. ............ . Ripley H. S. ..... . Knoxville H. S.. . . Howard H. S. .......... . Lexington H. S. ......... . Massey Military School ..... Peabody H. S. .......... . Capleville H. S.. .. Knoxville. Covington. Henderson. Chattanooga. Nashville. Memphis. Sparta. Columbia. Humboldt. Pensacola, Fla. Rogersville. Memphis. Decherd. Johnson City. Franklin. Knoxville. Knoxville. Dayton. Alamo. Sharon. Jael-zsboro. Knoxville. VVabash, Ind. Harriman. Knoxville. Knoxville. Concord. Knoxville. Knoxville. Memphis. Knoxville. Martel. Covington. Knoxville. Concord. Covington. Concord. Denison, Texas. Knoxville. Santa Fe. Alto. Harriman. Union City. Bolivar. Knoxville. Mulberry. Centreville. Knoxville. Knoxville. Robbins. Martin. Knoxville. Kerrville. Concord. Knoxville. VVootlbury. Knoxville. Ripley. Knoxville. Mount Pleasant. Lexington. Pulaski. Trenton. Plum Point, Miss. Page Eighty-nine Brannan, Horace Farris ........ Brookes, Charles Spence ........ Brown, Charles Mabry ......,. Charker, Fay Anderson ........ Chase, T. G. ............. . . . . Christian, William Love ....... Conner, Joe Amerish ...... .... Coughlan, John Kelly ...,. .... Cox, George Oliver. ...... . Cross, Charles Gritlith. .... . . . . Cummings, ' Irl ........... .. . . Darden, William Miles ........ Davis, james Frazier ..... .... Dean, Horace Stewart .... .... Dumas, Earnest ........ .. . . Falls, john Hugh ......... .... Fisher, Wayne Burrell .... .... Fowler, James Albert ..... .... Gentry, James Rosseau .... .... Gibbons, Eldred Harris ........ Gilliland, Clee Robert ......... Gunn, James Hamilton. ....... . Harwood, Richard Houston ..... Hatcher, William Pillow ....... Henegar, Henry Alexander ..... Henry, Oscar Pleas ............ Higgs, John Curtis ............ Hinton, Theodore. ......... . Hitch, Wade Morton .......... Hollomon, VVilliam Howard .... Holt, Robert. ................. . Horton, Henry Hollis .......... Huffman, John Clinton. ....... . Iurka, Harry Hartley .......... Iellicorse, Chas. Edward, Jr.. .. Lyon, Chesney Hughes ......... Mason, George Steiner. ....... . May, Marvin Edward ......... Ddenzies, John Rodgers, Jr ..... Meriwether, Isaac Louis ........ Morrison, Felix Casto. ........ . Nickle, Lawton McKinley ...... Overbey, Beasley .............. Paris, Charles Henry. ..... . . . . Patton, Lucy Webb ...... ...... Pledger, Milwee Overton ...... Reaves, Paul Marvin ........ .. Spence, Isaac Lawson .......... Sullivan, David Lipscomb ...... Tarrant, Louis F. ............ . Tipton, Charles Harold ........ Vandiver, John Lafayette. ..... . Wadsworth, Walter Clarence Huntland H. S. ..... . Hume-Fogg H. S. ..... . Franklin County H. S.. .. Trimble H. S. ...... . Central H. S.. . . Karns H. S .......... Karns H. S ........... U. S. Naval Academy .... Marion Institute. ..... . Clinton H. S. .... .. Belfast H. S. ...... . Cedar Hill H. S.... Meigs H. S. ....... . Maryville College .......... Byars-Hall H. S. .......... . Chamberlain-Hunt Academy ....--- Dyer, H. S. ............... . Karns H. S. .............. . Knox County Central H. S.. Maryville College .......... Bradley County H. S. ..... . Franklin County H. S.. .. Peabody H. S. ....... . Lincoln County H. S. ...... . Knoxville H. S. ........... . Maryville Polytechnic School Castle Heights ............. Cleveland H. S. ........... . Maryville Polytechnic School Kenton H. S. ...... ....... . Battle Ground Academy.. . . . Vanderbilt University. .... . University of the South .... Memphis H. Marion Institute. ....... . Vanderbilt University.. . . Knoxville H. S. .......... . Massey Military School .... Dyer County H. S. ...... . Union University... .. Columbia H. S. ........ . Karns H. S. ............. . Battle Ground Academy .... Ripley H. S. .............. . Central H. S. ...... Technical H. S.. . . . Farragut H. S.. .. Grove H. S. ............. . Tate School. .............. . Wallace University School.. Marion County H. S. ...... . Elkton H. S. ............. . Jr,R1pley H. S. ........ . Watson, Robert Briggs ...... ..KflOXVillC H- VVheelock, Willia Neal. ........ McCallie School...- Williams, Mary Edmondson .... Central H. S.. . .. Adcock, Frank ............... Alexander, Byron. ............ . Alexander, Lyle Socrates ...... Aycock, Samuel Douglas ....... .Massey Military School .... Baugh, Robert. .............. . ,Dibrell College ..... Tiptonville H. S.. .. .Rldgely H. S. ........ . Rosemark H. S. .... . ..... .. Bosworth, Benjamin Drake, Jr.. .Snyder School ......... . . Capps, Hiram Clyde .......... Center, Harry Embry ......... Faulkner, Frank Albert ....... Page Ninety .Maryville College ......... .Hiwassee College. ......... . .Knox County Central H. S.. Belvidere. Nashville. VVinchester. Trimble. Cleveland. Concord. Byington. Ripley. Birmingham, Ala Clinton. Belfast. Cedar Hill. Decatur. Senecaville, O. Covington. Arlington. Dyer. Powell Station. Knoxville. Maryville. Cleveland. Decherd. Trenton. Fayetteville. Knoxville. Ipe. Ames. Clarksville. Maryville. Kenton. Franklin. Franklin. Shelbyville. Memphis. Davidson. Nashville. Knoxville. Pulaski. Dyersburg. jackson. Glendale. Knoxville. Franklin. Ripley. Columbia. Memphis. Concord. ' Halls. Shelbyville. Dyersburg . Davidson. Elkton. Ripley. Knoxville. Chattanooga. Memphis. Murfreesboro. Tiptonville. Ridgely. Rosemark. Elkton. Knoxville. Bakerville. Ducktown. Knoxville. Gambill, Ira Monroe .... Gray, Horace Dodson... Green, Norvin Francis... Grubb, Edgar Love. .... .i Grubbs, Jack Butler .... Herd, Leslie Phillips. .... . . . . Hewitt, Howard Payne.. . . . . Hicks, Hugh Mason ..,........ Howard, James Chandler.. Jones, B. F. ........ .......... . Keller, VVilliam Jennings ....... Lauderbach, Alfred Bruce ...... McAdams, Thomas Leonard .... Meyers, Edward Earle ......... Parker, VValter Lawrence ,.... . Pearson, Elmer Tyler .......... Price, Raymond Miller ......... Pope, Herbert Lee ............. Ritzius, fMrs.l Julie Mina... . . Sandberg, Thowald Douglas.. .. Stidham, Emri L. ...... . ..... .. Swanson, VVendell F. ......... . Valentine, Fred Marcus ........ VVood, VVilliam Tate .... .... VVright, Bernice T. ...... .... Ayres, Morgan Brown ......... Ballard, Horace Houston ....... Berry, James Smith. .......... . Boggess, Neal Davis ..... ... Bowles, Ernest Bertie ......... Braden, Clarence Maurice.. . . . Carson, VVilliam Norman ..... Clevenger, Homer Bewley. .... . Cloyd, Clelin Cull ............ Cox, Thomas King ....,. .... Cross. Earl Brittain. ..... . . .. Crowell, Rufus Hagan... Cushman, Robert Eugene... Davis, Ben Allen ........ Dietz, Carl .......... . . . . . Donahoe, James Boyd ...... Daugette, Edwin Hugh ........ Dulaney, Robert Nathaniel ..... Edington, Clyde Bernard. ..... . Estes, Harold Neill ...... .... Enbanks, Earl ........... .... Ewing, George Colvin ..... Ferrell, Morgan McClarty ...... Flinn, James Douglass ..... Galyon, Edward Lloyd. ....... . Gentry, Noy Isaac. ....,. .. . . Gibson, Robert Ewing. . . . . . . Godsey, Samuel Bryan... Gooch, Robert Warren. ....... . Gore, William Aubrey ......... Gouffon, Henry Anderson ...... Griffith, Charles Raymond ..... Griffith, Donald Earl .......... Hadley, James Ashley.. . . .... Hale, Hal Henderson .... .... Hall, Merle Alexander... ... . Hansen, Harry Olaf, Ir ........ Iddins, Richard LeRoy... .... Jernigan, Harold Neil... . . . . East Tennessee Normal School. . Dickson H. S... ............ ... Carrollton CKy.J H. S.. . .. Gibbs H. S. .......... . Bristol H. S. ......... . Central H. S.. . .. Tyner H. S. .... . Rockwood H. S.. .. Knoxville H. S.. .. Newbern H. S... .. Baileyton H. S. ........ .. McCallie School ............. Elizabeth Training School ...... Mississippi Heights Academy... Knox County Central H. VVhite Pine Academy ........ Sweetwater H. S. ............. . Cumberland College ........... Middle Tennessee Normal School --.- Knoxville H. S. ......... . .... . VVest Tennessee Normal School. Ducktown H. S. ...,.......... . Cooke County H. S ............ Knoxville H. S. .............. . Tennessee Polytechnic Institute. Knoxville H. S. .............. . Knox County Central H. S.. . .. Columbia Military Academy... .McMinn County H. S. ...... . .VVebb School .............. .Bells H. S. ............ . .jackson H. S. .................... . Cooke County H. S. ......... ..... . .Tennessee Polytechnic Institute ..... Union City H. S. ................. . Clinton H. S.. . . . Bristol H. S.. . . . Central H. S. .... . Knoxville H. S. .... . Roane County H. S.. .. Knoxville H. S. .... . Jones H. S. ........ . Blountville H. S.. . .. Young H. S. ........ . Sharon H. S. ............... . Logan IVV. Va.j H. S. ............ . Tennessee Military Institute ........ Chattanooga H. S. .......... . Central H. S. ..... .. .. Knoxville H. S. .................. . Gibbs H. S. ...................... . Tennessee Polytechnic Institute ..... Meigs H. S. ......... . .... ....... . . Martin H. S. ............. . Moore County H. S. ........ . Knox County Central H. S. ....... . Maryville College ........... Knoxville H. S. ........... . Byars-Hall H. S.. . . . Morristown, H. S. ..... . Young H. S. ............ .. Crockett Technical H. S. .... . Knox County Central H. S. ....... . McFerrin School ............. .... Neva. Cumberland Fu rnace. ... .Knoxville. Corryton. Bristol. Memphis. Shepherd. Rockwood. Knoxville. Newbern. Persia. Chattanooga. Petersburg. Memphis. Knoxville. VVhite Pine. Philadelphia. Knoxville. Beersheba Springs. Knoxville. Lakeview, Texas. Maryville. Newport. Knoxville. Liberty. Knoxville. Knoxville. Saltillo. Athens. Big Sandy. Bells. Jackson. Newport. Red Boiling Springs. Troy. Clinton. Bristol. Chattanooga. Knoxville. Kingston. Knoxville. Lynnville. Blountville. Knoxville. Sharon. Knoxville. Powell Station. Chattanooga. Memphis. Knoxville. Luttrell. Cookeville. Decatur. Martin. Lynchburg. Fountain City. Rockwood. Knoxville. Covington. Morristown. Knoxville. Memphis. Fountain City. Union City. Page Ninety-one Kelley, Nathan Clay ..... .... King, Harry Fielding .... .... Lewis, Herschel Paul .... .... Lowe, Walter Edgar .......... Lowery, James Clyde .......... McCall, Douglas Chamberlain.. McCamy, George Everett ...... McConnell, Ray Carrington .... Mclunkins, Clarence Samuel .... McMillan, Mitchell Gretlig .... McPherson, Stuart Nelson ...... McReynolds, George S. ....... . McSween, Charles Hamilton. . . Mabe, Ralph VVillis ........... Macon, Horace Leonard ........ Malone, James Henry, Jr ....... Mankin, James Bradley ........ Miller, Samuel Grassley ....... Moore, Lawrence Fremont. . . . . Moore, Thomas Leland ........ Murphy, John Walker, Jr ...... Myers, Andrew Campbell, Ir. . . Nassau, Harry. ............... . Neusome, VVm. Hazelwood, Ir.. Nichols, William Marion ...... .Tennessee Polytechnic.. .. . Patrick, Freeman Vaughn ...... Poe, William Frederick ........ Ragsdale, VVilliam Hoyle ...... Richardson, Hope McHenry .... Noonan, Johanna. . . ....... . . . Ring, Andrew. ............... . Risley, john Vaughn. ......... . Sanders, Ira Taylor.. .. Shaw, Bennie Ieanes. . . . Shea, VValter Carlton .......... Sneed, VVilliam Bush, Ir ....... Terry, Homer Bailey .......... Torreyson, Charles Hail ....... VValker, VVilliam Edd ......... YVilliams, Otis Cecil ..... VVilson, Robert Ross ..... VVomack, Eugene Nolan. ...... . VVoods, Stephen Richard ....... Zuccarello, VVilliam Ervin ..... Arnett, Lynn .................. Barton, Neil Kermit ........... Bostick, Charles Goodloe ....... Cobble, joseph Mahlon ........ Cullis, Adlai VVoodworth. ..... . Davidson, Dewey VVilliam ..... Deaver, Lester VVilliam ........ Eads, Vernon Cate ...,......... Kennedy, Edwin Marion, Ir. . .. Lyle, Isham Pleasant. ....... .. McConnell, VVilliam Ralph ..... Ooley, VVayman Ross .......... Reeder, john Pickens. ......... . Rodes, Thomas Lillard. ....... . Sonner, john Boyd. ........... . VValters, George Elbert ...... .. VVellons, Beniamin Harry, Jr... VVheeler, Albert Vance .......,. Page .X.'fI1Clj"f'EC'0 Central H. S. ..... .. Knoxville H. S. ......... . Bells H. S. ......... . ....... . . Montgomery Bell Academy ..... East Tennessee Normal School. . Opelika H. S. ................ . VVarrensburg H. S. .......... . Karns H. S. .............. . Polk County H. S. ........... . Knox County Central H. Central H. S. ............. . Knoxville H. S. ...... . Cooke County H. S... .. Glbbs H. S. ........ . Clarksville H. S. .......... . Capleville H. S. .............. . Sewanee Military Academy .... Knoxville H. S. ............. . Maryville College ...... T. .. Sharon H. S. ..... . Etowah H. S. .... . Morgan School.. . . Knoxville H. S.. . . Castle Heights. ....... . Knoxville H. S. ........ . Bartlett H. S. ........ . Tyner H. S. ..... . Knoxville H. S. .............. . LaFollette H. S ......... ...... Middle Tennessee Normal School Keystone Academy. .......... , . Cheatham County H. S. ....... . Dresden H. S. ......... . Holy Ghost School .... Hume-Fogg H. S... .. McFerrin School .... Central H. S.. . .. Carter H. S.. .. Bells H. S. ..... . Knoxville H. S. .............. . Massey School ................ Middle Tennessee Normal School .... Massey Military School ........ Newbern H. S. .............. . Martin H. S. ......... . McMinnville H. S.. . .. Davidson College .... Maryville College .......... Central H. S. ............... . Tennessee Military Institute .... Knoxville H. S ............ .. Knoxville H. S ..... Polk County H. S.. .. Ducktown H. S. .... . McMinnville H. S.. . .. Central H. S. ............. . Coffee County H. S. ......... . Knox County Central H. Dyersburg H. S. .......... . Knoxville H. S.. .. Peabody H. S .... Cleveland. Knoxville. Bells. Only. Occee. Opelika, Ala. Mohawk. Powell Station. Maryville. Knoxville. Chattanooga. Knoxville. Newport. Corryton. Clarksville. Capleville. Monteagle. Knoxville. Knoxville. Sharon. Etowah. McMinnville. Knoxville. VVhiteville. Knoxville. A Cookeville. Lenow. East -Chattanooga. Knoxville. Laliollette. Franklin. lNIay's Landing, N Cheap Hill. Dresden. Knoxville. Nashville. Dyersburg. Memphis. Strawberry Plains. Fruitvale. Knoxville. Huntland. Murfreesboro. Pulaski. Newbern. lyiartin. McMinnville. Madisonville. Chattanooga. Cleveland. Knoxville. Knoxville. Knoxville. Benton. Ducktown. McMinnville. Cleveland. Manchester. Knoxville. Dyersburg. Knoxville. Trenton. Graduate Students AIKIN, HENRY BOBBITT ......... . . Bells B. S. in C. E., The University of Tennessee, 19173 Civil Engineering, Mathematics. BENDER, IOHN RHEINGOLP ........ . . Knoxville B. A., The University of Nebraska, 1905, M. A., 'Washington State College, 1907, LL. B., St. Louis University, IQIZQ Roman Law, Civil Law, The Paston Letters, Thesis: HTennessee's VVorkmen's Compensation Act." CHAVANNES, ALBERT LYLE ......... Knoxville B. S. in E. E., The University of Tennessee, 1918: Hydraulics, Mathematics. DELPEUCH, ALBERT CHARLES ......... Knoxville B. A., The University of Tennessee, 1920, French, Latin, English, Thesis: "Love of Home and Family Life, in the VVorks of Henri Bordeaux," in French. KRAEHENBUEHL, JOHN OTTO ......... Knoxville B. S. in E. E., B. S. in M. E., The University of Tennessee, 1917, Mechanic Arts, Vocational Education. MORSE, CHARLES RODGERS ......... Knoxville B. A., The University of Tennessee, 1917, LL. B., The University of Tennessee, 19205 Latin, Psychology, English, Thesis: "The Early Life and VVorks of Ovid." THOMAS, BRUCE LEON .......... Knoxville B. S. in M. E., The University of Tennessee, 11909, Hydraulics, Chemistry. VANCE, ROBERT ROY ........... Con-cord B. A., The University of Tennessee, 1920, Education Courses, English, Thesis: 4'The History of the Junior High School in the United Statesf' ' Page Ninety-tlzrce Records of Graduate Students ALBBERT CHARLES DELPEUCH ........ Master of Arts President Le Cercle Francais, '20, '21, Education Club, Secretary University of Tennessee Philatelic Society, Secretary-Treasurer Post-Graduate Class '2I. CHARLES RODGERS MORSE ......., Master of Arts Beta Alpha Omega, Ion Aleph, Phi Delta Phi, Pi Delta Epsilon, Lanier Club, Sigma Upsilon, Theta Alpha Phi, Alpha Phi Epsilon, National Councilman '19, President Chapter '20, National President '21, The Chancellors, The OECCTS' Club, Masonic Club, President Post-Graduate Class '21, H. J. Cook Junior Latin Medal '16, Philo Sherman Bennett Essay Prize '19, Battalion Drill Cup '16, "T" in Inter- collegiate Indoor and Outdoor Championship Rifle Teams '17, Ritle Club Members' Match Medal '17, Secretary '17, President '18, Athletic Councilman '18-'19, Publica- tion Councilman '19-'2o, Debating Councilman '16-'17, Cadet Corps Captain '17, Major '18, Assistant to Cornmandant '19, U. T. Nlagazine Editor-in-Chief '18, '20-'21, Business Manager '19-'20-'21, Volunteer Assistant Editor and Editor Mili- tary Department '19, Assistant Business Manager '19, Orange and White Associate Editor 1915 to 1921, Glee Club '21, Intercollegiate Debates '21, Alternate '17, Chi Delta Historian, President '17, Intersociety Debates '17, 'Varsity Circus, Tickets Manager '18, Drill Manager '19, journalistic Club President '19, Writers' Club President '18, '19, Education Club President '18, U. T. Philatelic Society President '20, Y. M. C. A. Council '16-'17, Chess and Checkers Club President '18, Red- Headed Club President '18, Prizes for Essay and Poem, '20, Square Dance Club, K. H. S. Club President '18, Magna Cum Laude '14 Spring, '2I. ROBERT ROY VANCE ....,..... Master of Hrl: Beta Alpha Omega, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Delta Epsilon, Lanier Club, Sigma Upsilon, Alpha Phi Epsilon, Theta Alpha Phi, The Officers' Club, Vice-President Post- Graduate Class '21, U. T. Magazine Associate Editor '17, '20, Orange and White Associate Editor '20, Vice-President Le Cercle Francais '20, '21, President Education Club '21, President Farragut Club 'ZIQ Chi Delta, Rilie Club, Chess and Checkers Club. Honorary Members of Post-Graduate Class, with B. A. degrees at University of Tennessee are: Isaac Corkland, '18, J. L. Greer, '18, VV. O. Lowe, '17, 1. P. Reeder, Jr., '19, H. E. Ward, '2O. All are in the Law Department. Page Ninety-four 251961 any-rfg.71ajN JUNIOR AND SENIOR CHAPEL Special Class Roster 3 Alexander, Cyrus Bauman. ..l. Laliollette H. S. ............. Knoxville. Allen, james Embry ........... Lexington QKy.D H. S ............. Knoxville. Benson, Ennis Earl ..... .... M aryville Polytechnic School ....... lyiaryville. Bible, William James .......... VVarrensburg H. S. ............... . Mohawk. Bloomer, VValter Morris ....... Knoxville H. S. ................... Knoxville. Breeden, Allison Boone ........ A. B., University of Tennessee. ...,. Decatur. Brogden, Vernon Singerland .... Doyle H. S. ....................... Sparta. Chandler, Ernest Gallin ....... Maryville College ..... Harriman. Elliott, VVilliam Taylor ........ Rockwood H. S.. ........ . Rockwood. Fisher, Claire Cole ..... .... C olumbia CS. CJ H. S. ............ Bristol. Fulton, Frank Keene ..... .... S outhwestern Pres. University.. Knoxville. Gagle, Merlin Saville ...... . . .Middlesboro H. S. ................. Middlesboro, Howlett, James Howard ....... Peoples School ..... Franklin. Kavanagh, Gerald Rodgers. .... Knoxville H. S. .... Knoxville. Lindsey, John Pettingill ........ Knoxville H. S. .... -lellico. Lockett, WVilliam Howard ...... St. Luke's School ..... Knoxville. Mess, George Miller .........,. Dyersburg H. S. ......... Dyersburg. Orr, Robert Burder ....... . . .Emory and Henry College ......... Morristown. Parris, Farrish Clay ........... Copperhill H. S. ........... Copperhill. Pierce, Thomas Samuel, Jr ..... Hawkins School .... .... G allatin. Quincy, John Louis ............ Knoxville H. S. .... Knoxville. Richardson, Thompson RandolphCoilier School ....... Memphis. Rodes, William Frank. ......... Coffee County H. S. ..... Manchester. Rowan, Karl Rowan .... .... G rant University .......... Knoxville. Sheppard, Buford ............. Freed Hardeman College .... Henderson. Shipe, Winfield Churchwell .... Gibbs H. S. ............... Corryton. Smith, Edward Daniel ......... Maryville College .... Maryville. Stanfield, Edw. Alpheus, Jr .... Central H. S. ...... Memphis. Stone, Horton James.f ......... Morgan School. .... Haley. Susong, John Calvin ........... Maryville College .......... Thompson, Clarence Eugene .... Gibbs H. S. ...................... . Van Trees, John Ellis, Jr ...... Memphis University School ........ VValton, Maynard Kirk ........ Central H. S. .................... . VVilson, Rollin Virginius ....... VVest Tenn. Normal School. ....... . Artz, john Allan ......... .... E ast Tenn. Normal School ...... Bass, Robert Leslie .... . . . Franklin County H. S. .... . . . Burns, Hugh David ...... .... M cMinnville H. Campbell, George Knox. ....... Castle Heights ..... . Kinkaid, Albert Ernest. ........ Young H. S. ...... .. McCrary, George Louis ........ Young H. S. ......... . Pierce, Wallace Carleton ....... Fayette County H. S.. . .. Roehl, William Edward. ....... Knoxville, H. S. ................ Stewart, James Benton .... .... F itzgerald and Clarke ............. Wirt, VVillard Diamond ....... Akers, Samuel Luttrell .... .... Allen, Elizabeth Caswell ....... Knoxville H. S.. Allison, Geo. Edw. Downing.. . Baylor School ...... Allmond, Amma Nola ......... Union City H. . Page Niiiety-six Tennessee Polytechnic Institute ..... Knoxville H. S. .................. . Walland. Corryton. Memphis. Winchester. Buntyn. Johnson City Decherd. Athens. Nashville. Knoxville. Knoxville. Memphis. Knoxville. Whiteville. Cookeville. Knoxville., Knoxville. Chattanooga. Union City. 23174 uma:-A74augN SPECIAL CLASS Memphis. Andrews, Mary Virginia ..... Argubright, Fletcher Carl .... Ault, Vera Mae. ........ .. Baker, Lucile. .... ..... . . Bell, Ida VVray ................ Birmingham, VVilliam Edward. . Black, Mary Neal ........... Brumback, Louise Bowen ..... Brumback, Mildred Virginia. Buckley, Neva Ophelia. .... .. Bullington, Lillian Eloise.. . . . Camp, Lois Allene .....,...... Coe, Reginald Hedley .... . . Coffman, Hattie Dee .... .. Collins, Rebekah Louise ...... Cooke,'Adelaide Divine ..... . Counce, Paul Atkins ..... .. Davis, Annie Clark. .... .. Davis, Gilbert Patton. . . . . Day, Edith. ........... .. Dickey, Margaret. .......... . Duggan, Benjamin Oscar .... Duke, David Bryan. ........ . Adams, David Porterfield .... Aycock, John RufHn ...,..... Baker, Felix Edward ........ Baker, James VVash'ington .... Barnes, Lawrence Emmit.. . . . Boone, Hugh Craig .......... Cardwell, John VVesley ...... Carroll, Thomas Burns. ..... Connell, Eldon Dewey ....... Daniel, Leslie Carlisle ....... Davis, Joseph Cranberry ..... Diehl, Frank Alvin. ...... . England, Charles VVhitelaw Fancher, Richard Hill. .... . Fitch, Jerry ............... Fitzgerald, Bronce ......... Giioford, John Archie ....... Haddox, Thomas Rowland. Hutcheson, Robert Henry. . . Lake, Charles Hoffa ....... Lawhon, Rudolf ........... McKenzie, Lans I. ........ . Meriwether, John Henry, jr .... Pollock, Felix Franklin.. . . . Sexton, Earl Howard .... Reep. Frederic, jr. ...... . Smith, Matthew Milus ..... Smith, Oscar Newton .... Smith Persell .......... Smith Steele, Ralph Elisha .... Hamilton. .... . Page Ninety-eight Union City H. S.. . . . Clinton H. S. ..... . Knoxville H. S.. . . Buffalo Seminary ...... Martin College. .......... . University of the South .... Knoxville H. S. ...... . Park City H. S. .......... . Knoxville H. S. ........... . Knox County Central H. S.... East Tenn. Normal School.. . . . Knoxville H. S. ........... . Cornell University. ...... . Texas VVoman's College.. . Steubenville CO.l H. S. .... . East Tenn. Normal School .... Savannah Institute. ........ . Lincoln County H. S. ..... . Peoples-Tucker School ...... Knox County Central H. S.... Monroe County H. S. ...... . Peabody College.. . . . McFerrin School. ............ . Vanderbilt University. .... . . . . VVest Tennessee Normal School ..... Bulls Gap H. S. ............. . Knoxville H. S.. . . . Ducktown H. S.. . . . Morgan School ..... Lenoir City H. S.. . .. McCallie School.. . .. Alamo H. S. ...... . VVaverly H. S. .............. . Gulf Coast Military Academy. Cumberland University ....... Haywood H. S. ......... .. . . . . VVhite County H. S ........... VVest Tennessee Normal School ..... Georgia School of Technology. VVinchester H.. S. ........... .. Maryville College ............ Columbia Military Academy... Virginia Military Institute .... Princeton CInd.l H. S. ..... . Bradley County H. S. ...... . Union University. ........... . Normal and Business College. . Knox County Central H. S.. . .. Grandview Normal Institute.. Morgan School ............... A. M., Princeton University.. Sunny Hill QLa.l H. S. ...... . B. A., Maryville College. . . . Rogersville Academy. .... . Polk. Clinton. Knoxville. Knoxville. Powell Station. Trenton. Knoxville. Knoxville. Knoxville. Fountain City. Charleston. Knoxville. Medina, N. Y. Knoxville. Knoxville. Chattanooga. Kendrick, Miss Knoxville. Knoxville. T oone. Fayetteville. Knoxville. Knoxville. Nashville. Millington. VVhitesburg. Huntsville. Ducktown. Fayetteville. Lenoir City. Jackson. Alamo. VVaverly. Nashville. Brownsville. Sparta. Springville. Rockwood. VVinchester. Knoxville. Ripley. Memphis. Knoxville. Cleveland. jackson. Hohenwald. Harriman. Knoxville. Fayetteville. Lebanon. VVinchester. Anchorage, Ky Rogersville. Turner, Richard G. Turner.. Eakin, Mary Hart. ........ . Eldridge, Ruth ............. Everett, Vivian Vaughan.. .. Ford, Lela May ............ Fortner, ,Harry Cadwallader. .. Fowler, Gypsy. ........... .. Francisco, Earl ,............ Gouffon, Helene Henrietta.. Gray, Annette. .........,.. . Groner, VValter. ........... . Hall, Charlotte Elizabeth.. . . Hall, Helen Marie .......... Harris, hdattye ........... Hicks, Eva Jones .... .. Higgs, Elizabeth. ...... .. Hill, VVilliam Green .... . . Hughes, Mary Eloise.. . .. Jones, Cecil Moore. ..... .. King, Gladys Rogers. ...... . Lindsay, Charles Edward.. .. Iigue, Marion ......... .. Lowe, Alberta Letitia .... .. Luten, Louise. ........ . Luten, Mabel Anne ......... McAmis, Luke Moser ....... McClamroch, Chesley Hines. IVIcDonald, Elizabeth Jamie. lN'1illett, Ada Virginia ....... Montgomery, Marcia India.. Morgan, Hazel Ruth. ...... . Morgan, Lucy Shields... . .. Parks, Robert Gillen. .... .. Payne, Pauline .......... .. Pennington, Beadie ......... Phillips, James Richard ..... Polk, Lucius Eugene ........ Prater, Irene .......... . . Presson, Ilie Cason. ..... .. Preston, Edwin Smith. . . . . Preston, Jack. ......... . . Russell, Lake F. ....... .. Ryno, Marion Denney.. . . . Sanland, Trophena .... .. Simpson, Cora Leila .... .. Smith, Mary Elizabeth ...... Striegel, Roy Benjamin. .... . Sudderth, Beryl ............ Sullivan, Frances Marie ..... Terry, Edith Hill. ......... . Thielen, Eleanor Louise.. . . . Thielen, Mary Elizabeth .... Thornton, Pauline .......... Trent, Mary T. ........... . Trotter, Barsha Belle. ...... . VVard fMrs.j Caroline Waters, Lucretia ........... VVebb, fMrs.j Ruth Simmons Webster, fMrs.j Louise M.. Werner, Charles Ernest ..... VVhittle, VVillie Mae .... . . VVilson, Goldsby. .......... . Yearwood, Reba Evelyn.. . . . Bells H. S. ......... .... . Knoxville H. S. ............. . VVest. H. S. fXVashington, D. CJ .... Maryville H. S. ...........,. . Xoung H. S. ................ . M. A. University of Michigan. Knoxville H. S. ............. . Milligan College ............. Knox County Central H. S.... Knoxville H. S. ........... . Baylor School ............. Young H. S. ....... . Knoxville H. S. .......... . Bolivar Central H. S. ...... . Knox County Central H. S.. .. Shannon H. S. ............ . Fitzgerald and Clarke ..... Duval H. S. ...... .. . . . Howard H. S. ..... . Knoxville H. S... .. Baylor School ............. Hume-Fogg H. S. ........... . Knox County Central H. S.... Union City H. S. .......... . Union City H. S. .... . Tusculum College .... Castle Heights ..... Knoxville H. S. ...... . Central H. S. ............ . Claiborne County H. S.. . . . Knoxville H. S. ........ . Knoxville H. S. ........ . Bradley County H. S.. . .. Daytona fFla.j H. S.. . .. Gates H. S. ............... . Marion County H. S. ........ . Austin H. S. CChicago, Ill.l . .. Knoxville H. S. .......... . Camden H. S. ..... .... . . Vanderbilt University.. . . Castle Heights ........ Polk County H. S.. . .. Park City H. S.. . .. Park City H. S.. . .. Maryville College ............ Rogersville H. S.. ........ . . .. Tennessee Polytechnic Institute .... . Lucy Cobb Institute. ......... . St. Cecilia Academy .......... Cumberland College ..... Park City H. S. ...... . Knoxville H. S.. . . . Humboldt H. S.. . . . Southern College .... Mobile H. S. ...... . Castle Heights.. .. Farragut H. S. ..... . Grundy County H. S. ...... . Knox County Central H. S.. . . Knoxville H. S.. ........ . . . . ..F1'eed-Hardeman College.. . . . A+ A , ,.4,,,,-,- , ,Y,., - ,,.,. ,,,.,,,A4..,,,. A.-Ms.4.gg W:,d,.,,:a.....-. - -Axa...- - ..a,.-1, ... .- .- Forest Hill. Nlartin. Knoxville. VVZ1Sl1iIlgfOD, D. C. Knoxville. Knoxville. Knoxville. Sevierville. Knoxville. Knoxville. Knoxville. Chattanooga. Fountain City. VVest Point, Miss. Covington. Jacksonville, Fla. Mount Pleasant. Knoxville. Knoxville. Hampshire. Knoxville. Union City. Union City. Greeneville. jackson. Knoxville. Madisonville. Nashville. Memphis. Tazewell. Knoxville. Knoxville. Cleveland. Knoxville. Halls. South Pittsburg. Knoxville. Knoxville. Camden. Knoxville. NVoodbury. Benton. Knoxville. Knoxville. Knoxville. Rogersville. Perryville. Knoxville. Knoxville. WVilliamsburg, Ky. Knoxville. Knoxville. Humboldt. Knoxville. Knoxville. lVIobile, Ala. Greenwood. Concord. Knoxville. Tracy City. Knoxville. Knoxville. .Alamo. Page Ninety-niize V FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORE CHAPEL 5 WI IUKLHUI ! UU ll f. ...Hymn ll! N! 1 llll llmannnvmbg 4" "" lil'!1ll'IlHlI!l!'u . fIZ.T,.f, .fIIII,1ill,,fn xxuxuuuuusmm.f..q o .' I ' I ,- f .V n' ' . -- .'.,.' ,.f . , . 1 ' ,V 'Af' , . 1 4' xx' Q X . . . . ,, ' . . I . - V1 '., ' - ,.. - X l , - s ' - n , - 4 . , - I f , - ... .4 - ...--' ' . .. - , ... '.s-' ..- u--v- 4 ' -..-.-- . -.Q 'nu . ' ' . , . , - . 1 .. . . . , -4... Q '-Q-. 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Key, Nathaniel Baxter. McGhee, Frank joseph. Y V Page One Hfzmdred Two CLASS PERSONNEL Sloan, Ira Grant. Shiftlett, Samuel McMillan. Taylor, Robert Paul. Thornburg, Samuel I. Troutman, Conrad E. VVade, Fred. VVebb, Eugene Merrick. AVVebster, Hugh Bartlett. Wright, Romulus C. Mcllwaine, Archibald Giaham Moreland, Harry Drinnen Parkey, Wayne Arthur. Piper, William VVilson. Reddick, John Daniel. Reeder James Pryor Ir Reeder, Ross Rudolph. Rueter, Kleifman Hood. SECOND YEAR LAVV CLASS JOHN A. MITCHELL . R. H. LEONARD K. KIRKPATRICK MILTON DAVENPORT Milton Davenport Frank Davenport. , Fleming Meek. Jesse Miller. John A. Mitchell. G. E. Mooney. VV. I. Wadlington. 1 G. G. Darwin. Hugh Gallaher. Page One Hzmdzed Four First Year Law V OFFICERS PERSONNEL . President . . Vice-President Secretary Volunteer 'Representative K. Kirkpatrick. Frank Patton. Leon Jourolmon. Hunter Lane. Frank McClannagan. R. H. Leonard. VV. L. Tillet. G. B. Shaefter. s 3 1 1 A , , 1 E FIRST YEAR LAVV CLASS Page Om' Hundred Fiife DEAN MALCOLM McDERMOTT The College of Law aims to serve three main pur- poses. Its primary object is to give to its students a thorough knowledge of the Common Law and to equip them as high-minded and public-spirited recruits to fill the yearly vacancies in the legal profession. Its further object is to serve members of the bar throughout Tennessee, by giving to the profession the results of study and investi- gation conducted at the Collegeg by co-operating and working with the State Bar Associationg and by striving for higher standards of legal education and of admission to the bar. Lastly, it is the purpose of this College to serve the entire citizenship of the State whenever called upon, by giving information, by drafting and criticizing proposed bills so as to avoid constitutional defects, and by placing all of its facilities at the commandof the people of Tennessee. Page One Hundred Six I xv! I 272,-1,-'FZ 1 'I v , 40 Gold Star List ROBERT SHEARER BROWN, and Lieut., Infantry. Killed in action in France, October, 1918. Home Murfreesboro. Ex-class of 1918. PATRICK BELMONT NORTHERN EARLE, ist Lieut., 117th Infantry. Died of wounds received in action IH France, October 7, 1918. Home, Knoxville. Ex-class of 1911. VVILLIAM l'lUGI-I ECKEL, 2IlCl Lieut., 117th Infantry. Died of wounds received in action in France, October 9, 1918. Home, Knoxville. D. S. C. Ex-class 1918. llVILI.IAM DEANE F.-XRRIS-, 2nd Lieut., Field Artillery. Died of influenza, Camp Taylor, Ky., October 12, 1918. Home, Chattanooga. Ex-class of 1921. TOM GODDARD, Captain Machine Gun Company, 117th Infantry. Killed in action in Belleau VVood, France. Home, Maryville fPi Kappa Alpha pledgel. XVALLACE Z. I-IAGAN, 2nd Lieut., Infantry. Died of wounds received in action in France, Decem- ber, 1917. Home, Chattanooga. Class of 1903. . BRUCE PORTER l'lINKI.E, 2IlLl Lieut., Infantry. Died of wounds received in action in France in December, 1918. Home, Bell Buckle. D. S. C. Ex-class of IQII. CHARLES D. JOHNSON, University of Tennessee Ambulance Corps. Died of wounds received in action September 22, 1918. Home, Knoxville. fPi Kappa Alpha pledge.l. CHESTER HINKLEY IQFNNEDY, 2nd Lieut., Infantry, Aerial Observer. Killed in action, Chapin- ville, France, january, 1918. Home, McMinnville. Ex-class 1918. FREDERICK lVllLl.l2R KEY, Engineering Enlisted Reserve Corps. Died of pneumonia, February 24, 1918, at the Tfniversity of Tennessee. Home, Knoxville. Class of 1918. FELAN XVI-IITE liILGORE, rank and branch of service unknown. Killed in action in France, I9I8. Home, Obion. Ex-class of 1918. DANIEL C. KINCMAN, IR., Major, Infantry. Died of influenza, December 14., 1918, at Vllashing- ton, D. C. Home, lllashington, D. C. Class of IQOB. RICHARD F. KIRKPrX1'RICK, 2nd Lieut., 306th Infantry, 77th Division. Killed in action in Argonne- Meilse oflensive, October 15, 1918. Home, Knoxville. Ex-class of 1917. FRANK STANTON LATI-IAM, JR., ISt Lieut., Aviation Corps, Flying Division. Killed in aeroplane accident infltaly, August 21, 1918. Home, Memphis. D. S. C. Class of 1912. ROBERT LEONARD, A. S. S. C., U. S. N. R. F., died of Spanish Influenza, at Norfolk, Va., Base Naval Hospital, September 27, 1918. Home, unknown. BALLARD COLUMBUS LYNCH, Ist Lieut., Medical Corps. Killed in action in France, September 29, 1918. Home, Memphis. Ex-class of 1912. RICHARD CALVIN MCCALLA, Chief Quartermaster, Naval Aviation. Killed in aeroplane accident at Pensacola, Florida, May IO, 1918. Home, Knoxville. D. S. C. Class of 1914. ROLFE MOODY, Captain, 117th Infantry. Died of wounds received in action in France, October 7, 1918. Home, Knoxville. D. S. C. and Croix de Guerre. Ex-class of 1918. CHARLES MILTON MORRIS. Died in service, details unknown at present. Home, Milan. GEORGE ARTHUR OGLE, Corporal, Infantry. Killed in action, Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., November 3, 1917. Home, Knoxville. Ex-class of 1917. JOHN CLIFTON PARROTT, A. S., U. S. N. R. F., inactive duty. Died of appendicitis, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn., early in 1919. Home, Buntyn. Ex-class 1920. EDWARD VFAYLOR PATTON, A. S., U. S. N. R. F. Died of spinal meningitis, january 4, 1918, at Base Hospital, Norfolk, Va. Home, Nashville. Ex-class 1920. R. H. PUCKETT, rank unknown, Aviation Corps, went to France. Missing in action, time and place unknown. Home, Abingdon, Va. Ex-class 1912. ROBERT H. TREZEVANT, 1st Lieut., Infantry. Killed in action in France, October 16, I9Ig. Home, Memphis. Class of 1902. CHARLES LATHAM UNDERWOOD, Private, Infantry. Died of influenza at Camp Gordon, Ga., November 5, 1918. Home, Knoxville. Ex-class of 1920. I DAVID GRAHAM VANCE, Mechanic's Mate, 1Sf Class, Navy. Died of pneumonia at Eastleigh, England, October 27, 1918. Home, Bristol, Tenn. Ex-class of 1920. CARRIQR HEISKELL YEAGER, and Lieut., Machine Gun Co., Infantry. Killed in action in France, November 1, 1918. Home, Flemphis. D. S. C. Class of 1914. Page One Hundred Seven DECORATION REVIBWVING PARTY Page One Hundred N-ine THE BATTALION LEFT-BATTALION SPONSOR, MISS VIVIAN LOGUE. BELOVV-OFFICERS OF BATTALION. Page One Hundred Eleven AH 4 ' HA" COMPANY LEFT-"A" COMPANY SPONSOR, MISS GOLDSBY WILSON BELOW-"A" COMPANY OFFICERS. R. E. MOONEY, CAPTAIN. LIEUTENANTS BRADFORD AND WADLINGTON. Page One I'IHI1d1'L'!l, Tlzirtceu 'B" COMPANY LEFT-HB" COMPANY SPONSOR, MISS RACHEL HUFF. BELOVV-"B" COMPANY OFFICERS. CAPTAIN RUETER, LIEUTENANTS OFFICER AND FERRELL. Page One Hundred Fifteen C" COMPANY .Q .iff LEFT-"C" COMPANY SPONSOR, MISS ELIZABETH GAMON. BELOW-"C" COMPANY OFFICERS. CAPTAIN DIBRELL BROOKS, LIEUTS. SCOTT, HINSON AND BROOKS. I. Page One Hundred Sezfenteen D" COMPANY LEFT-"D" COMPANY SPONSOR, MISS MARTHA SUE AYCOCK. BELOW-"D" COMPANY OFFICERS CAPTAIN MYRICK, LIEUTS. NVALTON, ROBINSON, NEUBERT. Page One Hundred Nineteen COMPANY "A" OFFICERS CAPTAIN-R. E. MOONEY. FIRST LIEUTENANT-J. B. BRADFORD. SECOND LIEUTENANT-R. L. WADLINGTON. SERGEANTS-First Sergeant, H. E. OWEN, Sergeants, L. BEAN, L. P. HERD, H. A. HENEGAR J. E. S'rANriLL, C. O. HILL, R. S. HICKEY. CORPORALS-I. B. MANKIN, J. C. HOWARD, E. V. HENDRIX, J. W. FINNEY, I. E. DULANEY T. P. SHIRES, H. H. IURKA. PRIVATES Alexander, B. Gentry, J. R. Mason, G. S. Allen, F. D. Gillespie, B. E. McAdams, T. L. Bibie, G. A. Christian, W. L. Hayes, E. H. Hewitt, H. P. Meriweather, I. L. Miller, S. G. Clift, R. B. Higgs, J. C. Morgan, I. G. Conner, I. A. Holt, R. Morton, H. S. Cooley, G. F. Hood, F. L. Pope, H. L. Cooper, F. F. Johnston, L. H. Pritchett, I. A. Counce, P. A. jones, B. F. Reeder, J. P. Cox, R. B. Kefauver, E. Rodes, T. L. Davis, S. G. Duncan, I. C. Evans, J. E. Evans, J. H. Lock, W. S. Long, J. B. Longmire, R. S. Lyon, C. H. Richards, I. Seay, W. A. Sims, A. M. Smith, E. H. COMPANY "Bn OFFICERS CAPTAIN-K. H. RUETER. FIRST LIEUTENANT-A. H. OFFICER. SECOND LIEUTENANT-M. M. FERRELL. Smith, E. T. Spence, I. L. Stephenson, C. G Stidham, E. L. Sullivan, D. L. Swanner, T. W. Swanson, W. F. Tate, J. B. Thompson, C. A. Valentine, F. M. Wheelock, VV. N. SERGEANTS-First Sergeant, H. P. MORGAN, Sergeants, W. L. PARKER, W. G. LUCADO A. H. ROBERTS, J. C. HUFFMAN, VV. B SLHBLEY, S. H. MCNUTT. CORPORALS-J. E. Moss, T. D. SANDBERG, A. C. BRIGHT. PRIVATES Adcock, F. Eads, V. C. Hicks, H. M. Powell, F. Alexander, R. Edington, C. B. Hollomon, -W. H. Ragsdale, VV. H. Anderson, J. L. Fandrick, I. S. Johnson, H. Reaves, P. M. Bell, C. A. Flinn, I. D. Keener, W. S. Rogers, VV. R. Benson, W. E. Frost, R. W. McAmis, L. M. Smith, 1. F. Braden, E. W. Franklin, N. McCarny, G. E. Staples, J. S. Capps, H. C. Gilliland, C. R. McConnell, W. R. Thackston, J. F. Chalker, G. A. Goodman, O. McEver, E. A. Vowell, R. M. Chase, T. G. Greer, I. I. McReynolds, G. S. Wadsworth, W. C Crabtree, J. Grubb, E. L. Myers, E. E. VValker, T. R. Crittenden, I. R. Hatcher, W. P. Paris, C. H. VValters, G. E. Draughon, I. B. Hart, C. R. Parker, W. L. VVatkins, H. C. Dumas, E. Headden, W. R. Parkes, I. L. Wright, B. T. Durbin, VV. I. Henderson, J. H. Powell, D. H. Page One Hundred Twenty N COMPANY "C" OFFICERS CAPTAIN-D. C. BROOKS. FIRST LIEUTENANT-R. P. SCOTT. SECOND LIEUTENANTS-M. BROOKS and H. O. HiANSEN. SERGEANTS-First Sergeant, C. C. CLOYD,' Sergeants, L. T. LETSINGER, R. M. CONDRA, J. VV. BROWN, E. L. CRUMP, VV. E. ZUCCARELLO, C. R. GRIEEITH. CORPORALS-O. R. EICHENBERCER, M. E. GRAX', P. VV. HOFFERBERT, M. E. MAY, Ashbu rn, VV. F. Berry, I. S. Blakely, R. Bowles, E. B. Braden, C. M. Burehett, A. C. Carson, VV. N. Clevenger, H. B. Cross, E. B. Crowell, R. H. Cushman, R. E. Daugette, E. H. Davis, B. A. Dietz, C. Dulaney, R. L. Estes, H. N. Bubanks, E. Gooch, R. VV. GriHith, D. E. Grigsby, I. A. Hadley, A. Harrison, VV. Iddins, R. L. Jernigan, H. N. B. F. GERMAN. PRIVATES Lack, VV. E. Lowry, R. Macon, H. L. McMillan, M. MCSween, C. H Moore, L. F. Moore, T. L. Myers, A. C. Nassau, H. H. Newsome, VV. Nichols, VV. M. Poe, VV. F. COMPANY "D" OFFICERS G. H. CAPTAIN--S. E. MYRICK. FIRST LIEUTENANT-M. VVALTON. SECOND LIEUTENANT-A. F. NEUBERT. SERGEANTS--First Sergeant, A. VV. CULLIS, Sergeants, O. C. JOHNSON, VV. S. ROBERTS, Richardson, H. Roberts, J. L. Sanders, I. T. Sheppard, B. Sneed, VV. B. M. Tadlock, VV. L. Torreyson, C. H. Terry, H. B. Yvalker, VV. E. VVilliams, O. C. Woods, s. R. L. N. IrIANRAr., VV. C. GOUGPINOUR, A. M. LAWHORN, B. P. HAZLEVSIOOD. CORPORALS-B. G. FREEMAN, T. E. GUTHRIE, VV. G. PRIVATES Allen, L. N. Center, H. E. Hedgcock, L. S. Ambrister, F. L. Cox, G. O. Hicks, H. B. Armstrong, T. L. Cox, T. K. Hill, VV. Y. Arthur, I. L. Cross, C. G. Horton, H. H. Ayers, M. B. Cummings, I. Ireland, P. VV. Barnett, T. O. Davidson, D. W. Laird, R. G. Beasley, E. S. Faulkner, F. A. Lane, J. B. Blackard, W. R. Felix, B. L. Lauderbach, A. B. Bowe, C. E. Fowler, S. F. Lewis, H. P. Brannan, H. F. Greene, I. W. Lyle, I- P' Brown, C. M. Hall, M. A. McBath, B. R. Brown, D. M. Hearring, A. B. Meguiar, T. M. P age BROWN. Morrell, J. O. Morris, B. Y. hflurphy, I. T. Myers, N. C. Ooley, W. R. Sullivan, J. G. Tipton, C. H. VVatson, R. B. Wood, VV. T. VVright, VV. P. One Hundred T 'weuty-one THE BATT ALION BAND Band Sponsor MISS MARY VVILLIAMS. PERSONNEL OF BAND Band Leader-J. C. LOWRY. Bamberg, VV. H. Bamberg, VV. L. Cantwell, B. C. Holmes, I. E. Hendrickson, S. A. Lowry, J. C. Miller, VV. E. Menzies, I. R. Reynolds, I. S. Sonner, I. B. Shaw, B. I. VVilson, 'R. R. Page One Hundred Twenty-tlwee The U. of T. Battalion The organization of the R. O. T. C. in various educational institutions of the country is yet in its infancy. At the present time comparatively little is known about it outside of those closely associated with it. ln 'the senior units, where the graduated students of the University are given a commission as reserve officers and in which we are particularly interested, there is atforded a most unusual opportunity to develop an educational course combined with an esprit de corps, unequalled in any other department of the University, athletics excepted. As the num- ber of students who play on the teams, however, is proportionately small, the R. O. T. C. has the advantage of making an active participant out of each cadet. The most essential factor in the success of the Units is a good administrative organization supported by the faculty and backed by the students. That satisfactory progress has been made here this year is due to the recognition accorded the R. O. T. C. and present indications are that it will continue to improve. The general principles of organization upon which the Military Department has been organized is the same which are used in any successful business. It is just as necessary to have a smooth Working organization for a few hundred men as it was to have the necessary organi- zation to bring to a successful completion the great training camps of the war period. Page One Hundred Twenty-four A close study of the military situation at this University, just prior to the opening of school, seemed to indicate that organization was of primary importance. There were many obstacles encountered and many delays, so that the military machine did not begin to run smoothly until the latter part of October. It has been improving regularly since that time, although there is yet much to be done. ' Passing over the headquarters, or office organization, we come to the interior organization of the Battalion and companies, which is the barometer indicating not only the success of the main organization, but also its acceptability to the cadets themselves. The fundamental principle in all business concerns as well as military organizations is that the various heads, wherein the responsibility lies, must be leaders. In selecting the cadet officers for the various military organi- zations appointments should be made with this in view. Students so appointed should not only be well up in their military work and show decided force of character, but they should also stand well in the University and be up in all of their academic subjects. This not only assures a proper respect for the ofhcers among the members of their companies, but it places in positions of responsibility those who can render the best service. VVith the continued development of the R. O. T. C. here it can be predicted for the future that all cadet oflicers will be not only good military men, but leaders in their classes in the University. The same must apply to non-com- missioned ofhcers. They are termed the backbone of the organization. They are the ones who keep the machinery of the company greased. A poor organization vigorously supported by its non-commissioned officers is usually better than the most excellent organization lacking this support. Hence the greatest care should be given to the appointment of non-commissioned officers, who also must be leaders in their classes as well as in military work. The organization of the Military Department is different this year from those preceding, and not being thoroughly understood or appreciated, handicaps progress to this extent. When the fundamental principles of its organization and its importance are understood and appreciated respect for this department will increase and its standards will be raised to constantly higher planes. , The Units of the University of Tennessee are organized into four companies-two infantry, one motor transport, and one Engineer. The officers of these companies have as a whole been tireless in their efforts to support the department, and to create an esprit on their own com- panies. Likewise the other members of the companies, representing the highest type of American citizens, have indicated beyond any question their ability to meet any occasion. The most difficult problem yet encountered has been a proper and effective means of disseminating information. This has been effectually met through the issuance of daily memo- randums and orders published on the bulletin board. The organization of the Battalion is on a strictly military basis and all assignments, transfers, and changes are announced through this medium. Although the majority of the students attend military classes in place of drill, the Battalion is formed each day, rolls are called, and announcements made. A short time is thus lost from the class periods, but it is beneficial in that it impresses on each student that he is actually a part of a military system. Good discipline is a pre-requisite to all good military organization, and nothing is so conducive to discipline as military formations. The class work this year is a radical change from previous years. It is only recently that the foremost military thought in this country realized that the pre-war schedules of inst1'uc- tion were totally unsuited to the development of modern warfare. Probably within the life- time of most of the students at this University the same general military formations and weapons were used as in the Civil VVar days. In the battle of San Juan Hill, during the Spanish- American war, the American troops were armed with single shot rifles and cartridges loaded with black powder. There were few machine guns and fewer Held guns. This Hill was taken from the Spanish forces, who were thoroughly equipped with repeating Mauser rifies shoot- ing smokeless powder. The tremendous advantage given to the Spaniards by reason of this fact makes San juan Hill a brilliant page in American history. Following this war immediate changes were sought in the equipment of the American soldier and it is a regrettable fact that there was keen opposition towards the adoption of repeat- ing riHes using smokeless powder, but many men of considerable influence felt that such radical changes were unnecessary. Probably few of these men were ever under fire. There was also a tremendous amount of sickness during this war. Thousands more died from diseases than from wounds receivedin battle and this fact brought these progressive mem- bers of our country to a realization that there must be a greater understanding of surgery and sanitation. Page One Hundred Twenty-five At this time the Army still wore the blue uniform. VVhen it was suggested changing to the present olive drab color in order to secure invisibility, the opposition was caustic. The final change was delayed several years. Rumor says it was finally decided by starting two men down Pennsylvania Avenue, one in blue and one in olive drab, and that the man in olive drab turned in to a saloon-thereby establishing the invisibility of this uniform. The extended development of radio work, motor transport, gunnery, explosives, air craft, and artillery is the result of our recent war. VVith all of this in mind those in charge of the military preparation of our country for war have changed all military instruction to meet these contingencies, hence, the work of the military department at this University now is mostly the- oretical, only enough practical drill being given in order that it may be understood by all mili- tary students. During the first year students should be well grounded in the principles of drill. After that they should only have enough drill to keep its principles fresh in mind and enable them to take charge of an organization if necessary and instruct them correctly. This has been satis- factorily worked out by detailing one cadet officer, and two cadet non-commissioned officers by roster, to be present each day with that part of the Battalion scheduled for drill. In this way only a few classes are lost which can be made up with a little effort on the part of the students. Also many of the students in the Freshman Class have had a certain amount of military work in secondary schools, and have been a big asset towards progress in the practical work. One of the interesting dents as a rule the poorest facts developed during the first part of this year is that those stu- in their military work, and who are least amenable to instruction, are usually poor in their academic work. lylany such men have already withdrawn from the University. Among the advanced students who are paid commutation of rations during their enrollment, and who are also required to attend one summer camp, the thought of securing a reserve com- mission upon graduation does not seem to be given its deserved importance. Although in times of peace the reserve ofhcer is required to perform very little military duty, he is assured of serv- ing as a commissioned officer in any future emergency. VVe are frequently told by prominent men of this country, as well as others, war is so deadly there will never be another. It would be interesting for students read the many such similar statements which have been made following every importance for the last hundred years. For the practical thinking man there is no that modern of history to war of any more reason to believe that all wars have ended now than there was a hundred years ago. At least until this is an assured fact there should be no movement towards demobilization, or lack of adequate provisions for defense. Lack of military foresight on the part of our legislators is paid in blood by our citizens. VVe have found that we cannot raise "a million men under arms over night" as was said by one of our leading statesmen not less than live years ago. This subject is worthy of considerable thought on the part of all students of the University. Military training finds in the physical development of the individual one of its greatest assets and for this reason it is planned to finally include in the work at his University R. O. T. C. athletics, inter-company competitions, and other interesting events. Members of each organiza- tion should have athletic teams of their own. The senior members of these teams can compete with those of other companies, leading to the development of inter-scholastic R. O. T. C. athletics. As stated before, in its development the R. O. T. C. is in its infancy. There is much to be said about the type of military instructors in charge of R. O. T. C. Work. Both ofiicers and non-commissioned officers should be selected men. They should be not only instructors but organizers. They must not only be able to obtain discipline, but to avoid creating a resentment against military work. VVhen possible only ofhcers who are graduates of VVest Point, or of long military service, should be placed Com instruction duty at our leading universities. In appearance and conduct they should set the example for all whom they instruct. The prospects for the R. O. T. C. here next year is very bright. The present system of instruction will be generally understood. The active and whole-hearted support of the Military Department by the officers of the University will have a telling effect. The military students can feel that the present military courses of the VVar Department under which the Military Department is now operated are the result of long and careful study on the part of those most vitally interested. They will enter the military work next year knowing the present system of instruction is a success and that by diligent application they will derive inestimable benefit in pursuing the course. . Page One Huzzdred Twenty-si.:- Address Delivered by Dean James D. Hoskins at Decoration Exercises "Vile have assembled here today to express, as far as possible, our deep and sincere grat- itude to these young men, Private James Stalcup and Captain VV. O. Lowe, for their distinguished services in the VVorld VVar. Our venerable University esteems this a sacred day in her history. VVe all rejoice that Providence has prolonged the lives of these men and has been doubly gracious in glving to us this new inspiration of their presence. True to the ideals for which thev fought so heroically they have resumed the work of preparing for a life of service in keeping with those ldeals. XV-e are indeed glad to have them enrolled as students in the University of Tennessee. "ln the Spring of 1917 and throughout the period of the Great VVar the University of Tennessee sent forth her sons with a Motherls benediction rejoicing in the confident belief that through their brave and honorable service they would carry a message to the world that a transcript from the heart of their loving Alma Mater. More than 2,500 sons of the University W Y .1 11355 . ik Q- " . . K' ' 55 ff L' went forth into the tremendous conflict and 'stormed at all of the thousand doors that lead to death? Twenty-seven of them .. . .. .. .Upoured out the red sweet wine of youth, gave up the years to be of work, and joy, and that unhoped serene, that men call age." Page One Hundred Twenty-seven They crowded loyalty and love into moments of glory and gave to death their beautiful youth as red-handed trophies of their courage. f'After all the centuries of human progress in which there have been some efforts to teach the selfish conservation of life there shines forth in their example the immortal truth that 'He that saveth his life shall lose it' and 'He that loseth his life in great service shall save it.' The unforgetting affection of the world is reserved for those who gave their lives for a scrap of paper when that paper meant freedom. "lNfIr. Stalcup belongs to that body of our students known as the Vocational Students. Let me say that we are proud of them not only because they served honorably in the war, but also because they are earnest, honest, capable, and ambitious and loyal students. Some of them retur11ed home broken in body, but none of them returned broken in spirit. With the same supreme desire that prompted them to magnify history's catalogue of heroism they once more confidently face the eye of the world. Their presence here gives to us and to all of the citizens of our beloved commonwealth great pleasure, and we earnestly desire and confidently believe that this Hill will be to them a Mount of Transhguration. "Captain Lowe is a graduate of the University of Tennessee and is now a student in our College of Law. It gives me pleasure to state that his supreme loyalty to his Alma Mater has always been manifested in the class room, on the athletic field, and in all forms of student enter- prises and activities. "This line body of youth, these care-free boys who constitute our Reserve Officers' Training Corps and whom we love as we loved those who were here in days gone by are the incarnation of the spirit of this institution whose history has been so gloriously enriched. Let me say that I believe you stand on this happy occasion inspired with a new purpose and lured by a great new hope. With all your aspirations this immortal Mother of yours is in full understanding and sympathy. Your vision is her vision. Your future is her future. We rejoice with grateful happiness that henceforth she is to be the Mother of you all, united through her in a common high interest and purpose, and also through her drawn into fellowship with that gallant com- pany of men who for more than a century have preceded you here. "We welcome on this occasion and will welcome on all occasions our friends and fellow- citizens, the members of the American Legion, the members of the Army, Navy and Marine Corps, the members of all patriotic and civic organizations, the men and women of Tennessee, citizens of our beloved Nation whose service in the VVorld War brought to a close a cataclysm of destruction. , "In 1891 there came to the University, to serve as Professor of Military Science and Tactics a young man who shortly before had graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point. For four years this young man distinguished himself as one of the most efficient commandants this institution has had in the long years of its history. Lieutenant Tyson, as he was known in those days, is an alumnus of our University, having graduated from the College of Law in 1894. He served with distinction in the Spanish-American War as Colonel of the Sixth Regiment, United States Volunteer Infantry. We well remember the day when his regi- ment left Knoxville for service in Porto Rico. Colonel Tyson was speaker of the Tennessee House of Representatives in 1903. "When our Nation entered the Great War, Colonel Tyson immediately offered his services and was appointed Brigadier General and commanded the Fifty-ninth Brigade. We are delighted to have our distinguished alumnus, citizen, and soldier here today to speak to us. "VVe know that he can speak straight from his heart because he was a participant in the great confiict and more especially because to the altar of freedom came from his home the most precious sacrifice-a gift that lightens into the eternal youth and beauty of the stars." Page One I-Imzzlzfcd Twenty-eiglzt P' ,L -r A , , , Q-?5bf3ia:349q.,,, ,, . , 1 1. ,A .1d2,,,5,m,-,,., """"--11 .,-cl. - ' ' 'af'-fd-mQZi,Nfp . 1 W XP X x as an Q C-.1421-am Q0 var" A ..I-f'f11W-1.- ' ""1"' NN ffffviwqiy A'-JQ Sw- g"1'L-.JE , . .1 , Iain 5E'p,, 'g ff. 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W QQ .Q XX f wx , x X THE SQUAD The Season NVhat started ont to be the best football season since the memorable year of IQ14 turned out to be a very successful one and was marred by only two defeats, those by Vanderbilt and lvlississippi A. S RI. To a true follower of Tennessee football, how- ever, any season that is blotted by a Vanderbilt defeat is not a truly successful one and such was the case with the season of 1920. The final accounting showed that Tenn- essee had won seven out of nine games, all of which were S. I. A. A. games, except two. The team succeeded in scoring 243 points as against .to for their opponents. Led by Captain Hatcher and coached by Coach Bender, who was assisted by Cornwell of VVashington and Jefferson fame and Kreiger of Ohio University, the team of 1920 was a fighting unit which will long he remembered by those who followed its fortunes. At the opening of school a goodly number of recruits reported to Coach Bender for work. The backfield material was the best that has been at the University in several years and the line material turned out to be unusually good, though at the first of the season the line caused the Coaches a great deal of trouble in determining the correct combination. Finally however, the problem was solved by shifting "BuckH Hatcher from the backfield to one of the tackles and putting scrappy Jim Bradford at center, thus allowing the weight and strength of Charlie Robison to be moved to guard where someone of ability was sadly needed. The Hrst game was with Emory and Henry on September 25. The Virginians were unable to cope with tl1e Volunteers although they put up a good fight. lWany substitutions were made so as not to overwork any of the wearers of the Orange and the result was that the score was not as high as it might have been. The Vols made 45 to their opponents O. O11 October 2 Maryville met the Fighting Volunteers and found that the hard hitting backfield was too much for them. The game resulted in a victory for Tenn- essee by the score of 47 to O. - During the following week the Vols were put through a hard grind in order to get into shape for the big game with Vanderbilt on October 9. It looked as if Tenn- essee was going to have another victory recorded against their old enemy. The day of the game was ideal and the stands were filled to overflowing by the anxious crowd. The Volunteer offensive which was held in check during the entire first half, when finally turned loose was too much for the Commodores, but it was too late. The Vanderbilt men had blasted our hopes by slipping across two touchdowns by the for- ward pass route. A third touchdown was made on a11 intercepted pass and the game resulted in a Vanderbilt victory by the score of 20 to O. . The next Saturday found the Vols at Chattanooga. The University of Chat- tanooga was tooalight for us though, and we won 35 to O. When Clemson came to Knoxville the Tennessee machine was in the very best of form and the 'South Carolinians were turned back with a defeat, thus avenging their victory over us in 1919. The score was 26 to O. The next game was with Mississippi A. 85 M. at Starksville, Miss. After the long trip the Tennessee boys met the Crimson team and the game resulted in another defeat for the Fighting Vols by the count of I3 to 7. It is claimed, however, that the game really should have been ours as the inefficient work of the referee resulted in the loss of a touchdown for the Vols. Next Saturday found the Vols opposing Transylvania at home. It was our victory 4Q to O. At Chattanooga the Volunteer machine found its true pace and recovering from a bad start defeated the Sewanee Tigers 20 to O. It was in this game that Buck Hatcher kicked his wonderful placement goal from the fifty-one yard line, besides Page One Hundred Thirty-ofle kicking another from the thiry-five yard line. This was the second signal victory for the Volunteers. . The game to have been played at lVIemphis against the University of Mississippi was called off by that institution. On Thanksgiving the Kentucky Wildcats came down to Knoxville with the de- termination to win from the Volunteers. The game started with.a rush when a Ken- tucky man intercepted a forward pass and made a run for S0 yards and touchdown. Tennessee soon tied the score and late in the fourth period the Heet little Jimmy Smith ran 30 yards around end for the winning touchdown. The score was I4 to 7. All things being considered the season was a success. The play of the team was always marked by that wonderful spirit of fight whether winning or losing. The work of the Scrubs must be commended for it was due to their untiring efforts that the Varsity was able to get the necessary practice. V THE SEASON Sept. 25-Tennessee, 45, Emory and Henry, 0-at Knoxville. Oct. 2fTCHHCSSCC, 475 Maryville, 0-at Knoxville. Oct. 9-Tennessee, 05 Vanderbilt, 20-at Knoxville. Oct. I6-Tennessee, 353 University of Chattanooga, O-at Chattanooga. Oct. 231TCHI1CSSCC, 265 Clemson, 0-at Knoxville. Oct. 30-Tennessee, 73 lylississippi A. 8: llvl., 14-at Starksville. Nov. 6-Tennessee, 4Qg Transylvania, 0-at Knoxville. Nov. I31TCl1IlCSSCC, 201 Sewanee, 0-at Chattanooga. Nov. 25-Tennessee, 14giKentucky State, 7-at Knoxville. Totals-Tennessee, 243, Opponents, 40. It may be here said that llflanager Schubert deserves all the praise that was ac- corded to him for the untiring effort on his part to secure a good schedule and his hard work for the general welfare of the team. Letter Meri for the Season of 1920: CAPT. HATCHER Deitzen Nicholson Hurley Striegel Overby Sloan Bradford Campbell Smith Robison Doak Blair Phillips Evans Lane Holt Janes OUTLOOK FOR THE SEASON OF 1921 At present the prospects for the next season are very bright. Out of eighteen letter men only Capt. Hatcher and Charlie Robison will not be back in school next year. While these two men will be missed a great deal the loss will be of only two men as compared to the loss of a large number in seasons gone by. Hal Blair has been elected to captain the team of ,ZI and he will make a very capable leader. One of the mostppopular men in school, he bids fair to make a most efficient captain and halfback. Already a large number of prep school stars have signified their intention of entering the University next fall and there will be many more added to this list before long. The Volunteer team will invade the East next year when the team meets Dartmouth at Hanover, N. H. The game with Vanderbilt will come later on the schedule next year than it did this so the Vols will have plenty of time to get into their stride before they meet their biggest rival. One of the finest things about the outlook is the fact that the long awaited athletic field will be in condition for the games and practice. This field should be an important factor in lifting the standard of athletics at the University. Frank McCleneghan will be the manager of the 1921 eleven and he will with the aid of Coach Bender have a strong schedule and do all in his power to help in the development of the team that we hope will be the strongest that has ever represented the University of Tennessee. Page One Hundred Thirty-two THE TEAM ADOLPHQSV "BUCK" HATCHER, Tackle-Captain. The record of "Buck" Hatcher is Well known to all followers of football throughout the South and all over the country. 'lBuck" played on the Varsity for three years and then was selected as captain for the team in his fourth year. Having played in the backfield for the Hrst three years he changed to the tackle position in his HAL BLAIR, Halfback. It is hardly necessary to speak of the work of Hal. He was there Hghting his hardest all the time and as a reward for his services he was selected to pilot the team of IQZI. What more can be said of his merit? Hal is big, fast, a hard-hitter, a mean tackler, and a heady player. In short, he is all that a halfback can be expected to be. Page One I-Imadred Tlzirty-four last year and proved a bulwark His punting helped the team out Held goals from placement won The holder of several national pant of one of the positions Southern eleven, "Buck" will be one has ever been missed from a of strength in the line. of many a hole and his and tied many games. records, and the occu- on the mythical all- missed more than any Tennessee team. VVALTER DEITZEN, Halfback. "Deit'l was the hardest tackler on the field. VVhen he hit an opponent he always made himself felt. Be- sides this VValt was one of the speediest men on the field. Always good natured, "Deit" took the Hgaffl' in fine fashion. He will be back next year better than ever. PALMER IANES, End. VVhen one thinks of Palmer's playing he always recalls the work done by this lanky boy from Memphis in the Vanderbilt game. It seemed that he was all over the field, snatching Vandy men from the sides, behind, and above when they thought that no one was near. His playing was not good in just the Vander- bilt game, however, but was uniformly of the best caliber. Palmer Will be with us again next year. Page One H1Ll1fdI'0d Tlwlvty-ji'z1e IRA SLOAN, Tackle. This is Sloan's second year at the University. He was not eligible in his iirst year, but worked out with the squad and at the first of this season showed that' he was in to stay by his untiring work and fighting spirit. His weight helped a great deal in the line. Not being a spectacular player but one of the regular, steady, dependable type, Sloan was a Very valuable asset to the team. HUNTER "DODO" LANE, End. A fast runner and a good tackler, Hunter made an ideal end. His specialty, however, was in receiving forward passes and several games were made safe for Tennessee by the wonderful work of this man. "Dodo" was always Hghting his very hardest and his side of the line was almost impregnable. Hunter will be a Senior next year, so he may be depended upon to fill one of the end positions next fall. Page One Hznzdrcd Tllirty-six JIM BRADFORD, Center. Being the smallest center in the South Jim was also the roughest. He was always at the bottom of the pile. Generally Jim was the first down on punts and he never missed his man. Jim had more pep than any man on the field and his voice could be heard above the noise of all the rest at all times. His fighting spirit was that of the indomitable kind which never recog- nizes that it is beaten and fights on in the face of the greatest odds. VVe are not worrying about the center position next year as Jim will be on hand when the first practice call is sounded. JIMMIE SMITH, Halfback and Quarterback. Jimmie was the smallest man on the team and also the fastest. At end running he excelled, although he hit the line with all theforce that was in him. Jimmie was one of the most popular men on the squad and his appearance on the field was always the sign for pro- longed cheering from the stands. Besides being a half- back Jimmie possessed the ability to direct the team from the quarterback position and was often called upon to do so. It was Jimmie who won the Kentucky State game with his thirty-yard run in the last few minutes of play. Jimmie has three more years of foot- ball although he is a Sophomore in scholastic standing. Page One Hmzdred Tlzirty-seven CHARLIE ROBISON, Guard. Playing his third year on the Volunteer eleven Charlie was one of the mainstays in the line. His experience was a big factor in the line that was for the most part inexperienced. Having been center on the team in former years he was often shifted to center and thus his value was doubled. Although he is still eligible for another year of football, Charlie will hardly be back with us next fall as he graduates this spring. His absence next year in the line will be felt a great deal. JOE EVAN S, Quarterback. One of the best fighters on the team, joe helped to direct the team from the quarterback position. He is one of the best defensive players ever seen on VVait Field and is nearly as good at running with the ball. This was just the second year for joe and next year he will go better than ever. Page One Hundred Tlzirty-aight "JAKE" N1cHoLsoN, End. Having worked on the University of Chattanooga eleven of '16 that gave the champion Vols such a close game, Jake came to the University last year. He was not allowed to play but gave the best that was in him on the scrubs. This year he proved to be one of the best ends in school and was always to be depended upon to keep his wing free from the approach of the enemy. "Jake" was especially good on receiving for- ward passes. ROY STRIEGEL, Guard. Coming from T. P. I. and having played on Van- derbilt during the regime of the S. A. T. C., Roy was an experienced player. He was in school last year but was not eligible 'to play in Varsity contests. His speed was a very valuable asset to the team. His work in the Vanderbilt game was especially noteworthy. Page One Hundred Tlrirty-nine ROE CAMPB ELL, Quarterback. Roe came to us from Tusculum College and proved one of the best finds that Tennessee has had in the course of several seasons. He is big, fast, and a quick thinker. Besides these qualities Roe is an accomplished punter and helped f'Buc,k" Hatcher in this department of the game all fall. It was in the Sewanee game that Roe showed to' the best advantage. It seemed that no one man could stop him when once started, and his work in directing the team was faultless. Roe has three more years at the game and it is to be hoped that he will spend them all on the "Hill." ROBERT HOLT, Fullback. Holt was one of the finds of the season. Fresh from B. G. A., he first played at end and while he showed to advantage at that position it was not until he was tried at fullback that his full value was dem- onstrated. Bob was always to be depended upon for a gain of several yards and often he made long runs. It is expected that he will make All-Southern in the next year or two. Page One Hznzdrad Forty ALF DOAK, Tackle. This husky from Tusculum, playing his first year of football at the University, was soon granted a regular position on the eleven. His steady work was com- mendable and the speed he showed was remarkable for a man of his size. Alf will be better than ever next year because of the experience of this season. LEONARD H URLEY, Tackle. Hurley was one of the big linemen who made the team so good defensively. He was a steady worker and never gave up until the last Whistle was blown. Hurley has just played on the team one year although he is a second year man in school. He may be de- pended upon to be back next year. Page One Hundred Forty-one JIMMIE PHILLIPS, Halfback. A Hrstiyear man, "Buck" bids fair to be a great halfbackj He has all the necessary qualities and lots of fight. ,His inexperience this year kept him'out of some of the games but when he was put in Jimmie was always eager to carry the ball for steady gains. Page One Hundred Forty-two GLEN OVERBY, Halfback. A Coming to the University with Holt, it was not until later in the season that the ability of Overby was demonstrated. He made up for his lack of size with speed, and his side-stepping ability was Wonderful. Overby was one of the real finds in the Freshman class. THE SECOND TEAM D Athletic Council Alumni Members Faculty Members joseph P. Gaut. R. C. Matthews. N. W. Dougherty. ' Malcolm McDermott Student Members James B. Stewart. WVilliam Cannon White. 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About forty candidates turned out for the opening practice, but of course this number was cut to a smaller lot so that the develop- ment of the team would be possible. Adequate time and space to practice in would probably have been the needed factor to have made our team into a team of champions. Led by Captain Troutman, the team may not have made an enviable record in point of games won but they did, however, do credit to themselves and to the University with their fight- ing spirit and their system of clean play. One reason that Tennessee did not win more games was that many teams of acknowledged superiority were played, such as the Atlanta Athletic Club. Perhaps the most noteworthy victory achieved by the Fighting Volunteers was that over the Golden Tornado of Georgia Tech at Atlanta. After one of the fastest games of the season the Vols emerged from the fracas with the long end of a 29 to 27 score. One of the two contests with Maryville College at Knoxville was all that could be expected in the way of a hair raiser and was won by the score of 35 to 30. The other of the two con- tests was not so close and was won to the tune of 32 to 17. The most disastrous game of the season was the one against the whirlwind team of the Knoxville High School, which was lost, I7 to 21. The High School boys, who are easily the class of any prep school in the South in basketball, caught the Vols napping one night, after they had been beaten by the Tennessee team once by the score of 26 to 20, and put across their mar- ginal victory. The men who worked so hard and were awarded letters by the Athletic Council were: Captain Troutman, Janes, Campbell, "Buck" Hatcher, Bill Hatcher, Reeder, Johnson, and VVil- son. The team lined up for most of its games with Troutman and Campbell at tl1e forward posts, Janes at center, and the two Hatchers at guards. For next year all of these men with the exception of "Buck" Hatcher will be eligible and back in school. As a reward for his three years' service on the five, Palmer Janes was elected. captain for the season of 1922 and it is expected that he will have the privilege of leading another Volunteer team to the championship of the South. THE GAMES Tennessee, 26, Knoxville High School, 20. Tennessee, 415 Tusculum, 15. Tennessee, 27 Iellico Tigers, 19. Tennessee, 17, Knoxville High School, 21. Tennessee, 48, Cumberland College, 13. Tennessee, 352 Maryville, 30. Tennessee, 32 Maryville, 17. Tennessee, 39 Carson-Newman, 16. Tennessee, 18, University of Chattanooga, 19. Tennessee, 29 Atlanta Athletic Club, 59. Tennessee, 163 Macon Y. M. C. A., 52. Tennessee, 20 Mercer, 28. Tennessee, 29 Georgia Tech., 28. Tennessee, 26 Knoxville American Legion, 30. Tennessee, 28 Millsaps, 4.9. The game against Millsaps College of Mississippi was played in the S. I. A. A. tourna- ment at Atlanta. This was the first year that an S. I. A. A. basketball tournament has been held and it is a fact to be proud of that our team was one of those to play in the first event of this style in the South. The games against Chattanooga University, Atlanta Athletic Club, Macon Y. M. C. A., Merce1', and Georgia Tech were played on an extended tour through the South. This is the first year that a Volunteer basketball team has met some of these schools and it is to be hoped that they will not be dropped from our schedule next year. Page One Hundred Forty-seven 111512-1C 40:1 pfupzmg 2140 wud -I. THE SQUAD ,li-:,.. , 1 5 1 f f ' lr - f gig-6' '- H , fl Q lm , X U m I gm fwwll WMMWWIH Q mx, M wh JL , MM Wx 'fml W' is mu um. wi f Q U Q 1 N ly ':,ljhIN AlIxiAst? S I IB , WN4W "w ff Hn W'fmmu11wm!1I-- ue 'wwwllll W Q, I W 1 f ! 41 X I M lp- ?f I if wx Q f X 4 ik i 1 ' ' .f J L X , Z ll . VA72 , r' - ff: X m , ,, ,IN Qfga-gguemaffzwhw' -'M2HMW 4wxpqqff,wgU,,,. N: ,lain N N 6 Vi K L xTAAAJAS115?xcL3 mf gg I f U' M P ge One Hand d F ty 'TJ Q Q fr. Sf Q E 2 D.. E Q.. '11 Nr. Q, 'e A Baseball The baseball squad turned out this spring with more candidates than ever before in the history of the national sport on the "I-lill." VVith a goodly number of letter men back from last year and new men of known calibre the University bids fair to have the best team turned out in years. The fine weather is aiding materially in developing what it is hoped will be a champion- ship team and the fact that the Shields-VVatkins field will be in shape to be played on this spring is quite an inspiration to the men and to the Coaches. A strong schedule has been arranged by Coach Bender and it is hoped that still other games will be scheduled for the Knoxville fans. A list of the candidates who have appeared up to date is as follows: CATCHERS: Horton. Pettvvay. Campbell. Gray. PITCHERS: Boone. Cantwell. Wheelock. Beasley. Bishop. McEver. VV. Hatcher. Hickey. Maddox. INFIELD: Blair. "Buck" Hatcher. Barnett. Headden. Mitchell. Groner. Phillips. Smith. Powell. Shifflett. Shoaf. Grigsby. Bradford. McAdams. Braden. Cobble. Lane. Fulton. OUTFIELD: YVhite. Captain Deitzen. Haskew. Holloman. Hurley. Addington. Tarry. Roberts. Holt. The team will be led by Captain Deitzen, a veteran of several years, service on Vol nines. Page One Hzmdred Fifty-one The 1921 Baseball Schedule The baseball schedule for the season of IQZI is as follows: March 19-University of Cincinnati at Knoxville April 2-Carson-Newman at Knoxville. April S-Incllna at Knoxville. April 15-hflaryville at Knoxville. April 16-Nlaryville at Maryville.. April 18, 19, zo-Vanderbilt at Nashville. April 29, 30-Vanderbilt at Knoxville. May 5, 6-Sewanee at Knoxville. May 13, 14-Kentucky at Knoxville. May 18, 19-lvlercer at Macon. May 19, zo-Georgia Tech at Atlanta. 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I, J L-,g.,. ,IL M F 671 :ggi-14:4-.. ,I ,, - f 1, 3 V A yn -+- - H N 4 " " -- - ' ' L . yfd, --1 - I A ' X "1 l', m l' x f gg f 21 Q J if 1 LSE sf , L -ggi i-, 'V -'5P'-- - 4' f ' 7 QE- 1 3 KET? ii? rg 5:2 P J O H zdred Fiftyvtlwee a3vd O ZH pa.zp1mH .maj-.Ca,ljL:1' Track The track team at the University for the season of X921 promises much in the way of results if early season appearances are worth anything. An early spring has made it 'possible for the men to be out in time to get a thorough training course this year under the tutelage of Coaches Bender and Kreiger. Of course, too much must not be expected from the Vols this year as this is just the second year since the reorganization of athletics at the "Hill" that we have had a track team. The men have turned out in force to support the team and some excellent material has been picked from the squad. The Cross Country Run of last fall aided materially in keeping the men in shape and therefore the matter of conditioning the men will not be so difhcult as it would have been otherwise. Letter men back from last year are: Long, Key, Morris, Croswell, VVad- lington, Striegel, and Litz. The candidates are as follows 2 Long. Allen. Lowe. Key Litz. Cummings. Morris. Headden. Kefauver. Davis. Striegel. Sneed. Bell. Hadley. Sullivan. Smith. Lane. Wfadsworth. Y. Morris. Eads. Poe. Croswell. Clift. Iddins. Kennedy. Hale. Terry. Greer. Dumas. Parker. Vtfadlington, Meguiar. Tarry. I A big event for the University will occur on April 30, when a dual meet with Vanderbilt will be held in Knoxville. This will probably be the only meet held in Knoxville and will be the best of the season for the team. An effort will be made to have the Shields-VVatkins field in shape for the meet. and if it is ready the track team will have the honor to be the first team representing the University to meet an opponent on the new field. The University of Kentucky will probably be met in a dual meet at Lexington, Ky., on April 16. The Kentucky school always turns out a strong team and so this contest should be a close one. Taking all facts into consideration the revival of Track as a major sport will probably be more complete this year than any year before in the history of the institution. Page One Hicizzired Fifty-five ENTRIES POR CROSS COUNTRY TEAM Cross Country Team for 1920 A. W. LITZ, Captain Winners in the First Annual Journal and Tribune Run Ambrister. Bell. Brannon. Brown. Cameron. Cleft. Crowell. Cummings. Davis. Eads. Greer. Hadley. Hankel. Hendrixon. Hickey. Hitch. Iddings. Iurka. Gennette. Lane. l'lADLEY ............................. . LANE . . . LITZ .... Lowr . . . HICKEY . . TERRY SWANN XVADSVVORTI-I Poe . ......... .... . TARRY . . . First Second Thi rd. Fourth. Fifth. Sixth Seventh Eighth Ninth Tenth MEMBERS OF THE TEAM FOR 1920 Litz. Lock. Lowe. Macon. Miller. Morrison. Myers. Paris. Parks. Pattick. Poe. Shibley. Swann. Sullivan. Seay. Terry. Tarry. Vlfadsworth. VV atson. W7oods. VVood. . The great success of the first annual Journal and Tribune Cross Country Run was due mainly to the efforts of Mr. Bonham, the business manager of the Iournal and Tribune. He gave ten medals to make this an annual affair and the University feels very much indebted to him for his interest in Athletics. Page One Hmzdred Fifty-se':fe1z i i Page One Hundred Fifty-eight C. R. Mellwaine john D. Reddick Jim. T. VVright . Joe B. Long . Morton L. Deitch H. H. Baker . L. Frank Moore Con Troutman . L. T. Letsinger . Gene McClamroek, Dick Mooney . E. C. Jones . T. P. Shires . Farnk McClenegan Frank Waterhouse Genevieve Shea Mary House . VV. B. Stokely . John Falls Ross Reeder . W. L. Alexander D. P. Langford '. John H. McDowell D. Boone . . Margaret Smith Amelda Stanton A. W. Litz Tom Pierce T. J. Walker . Cullis . Sam Myrick Reuter . D. C. Brooks . Roy B. Stiegel . Fred VVade . Kenneth Gresham Richard jones . Hunter Lane Andy Lowe Joe Sullivan JI' Circus Staff Mgr. of Clo . General Manager Asst. General Manager Asst. General Manager . Publicity Manager . Assistant Stage Manager . Assistant Arena Manager . . Assistant Performance Manager . . Assistant . Grounds Manager . . Assistant Coronation Ball Manager . . Assistant Refreshments Manager . . Assistant Midway Managers One Show Each wns, Comedians, Acrobats . . Assistant Fraternity Stunt Manager . . Assistant Sorority Stunt Manager . . Assistant Club Stunt Manager . Assistant . Animal Manager . Assistant Parade Manager . Assistant . Drill Manager . Program Manager . Assistant Light Manager . Assistant Prize Manager . 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Page Onk Hundred Sixty-three Page One Hundred Sixty-fam Pi Kappa. Alpha Founded University of Virginia, 1868. Zeta Chapter Organized 1874. OFFICIAL ORGAN: Shield and Diamond. SECRET OIQGAN: Dagger and Key. COLORS: Garnet and Gold. FLOWER: Lily of the Valley. YELL VVah! Rippety! Zip! Hip! Bang! Hi! Hurrah, hurrah, hurrzlh, Pi! FIIATRES IN FACULTATE VVaite, Chas., E. Ph. D. Hoskins, james, D. M. A. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1921 Davenport, Frank. VVadlington, VValter I. 1922 ' Bell, R. E. Davenport, Milton. Fulton, F. K. 1923 Aycock, I. R. Boone, H. C. Comfort, I. Francisco, Earl. Genette, S. W. Hood, F. L. 1924 Bishop, L. V. Cullis, A. VV. Eads, V. C. PLEDGES Bell, Chas. VVood, Gwyn C. ALUMNI ADVISORS Briscoe, VV. N. ' Haddox, Thos. R. Gallagher, G. H. Myrick, S. E. Troutman, C. E. johnson, O. C. Long, I. B. McBath, B. R. Mitchell, I. A. Wadlington, R. L. Lyon, C. H. Powell, D. H. Torreyson, Chas. H. McCall, D. C. Powers, I. Pike, Ir. Page One 1-f1z11dred'Si.1'ty-fZ'11e E .1 f Page One Hu Borches, Major Jos. Briscoe, P. I., jr. Briscoe, VV. N. Brown, George. Callen, P. I. E. FRATRES IN URBE Campbell, Deaderick, VV. V. A. Early, Frank. Edgerton, Bill. Gibbs, VV. F. i Hunter, W. K. Hagler, M. M. Hoskins, I. D. Lee, D. K. McMullen, L. C. Cox, VV. M. Bickley, George. Powers, J. Pike, Ir. Hudson, I. YV. Taylor, A. W. McCollum, E. A. McCulley, Howard. Richmond. Memphis. ALUMNI CHAPTERS White Sulphur Springs. Charleston. Norfolk. Dillon, S. C. New Orleans. Dallas. Charlottesville. Knoxville. Opelika, Ala. Fort Smith. Birmingham. Lynchburg. Spartanburg. Gainesville. Lexington. Raleigh. Salisbury, N. C. Charlotte. ndred Si.-:ty-si.r Norton, I. H. Wait, Chas. E., Sr. Templeton, C. A. Varner, I. P. Curtis H. W. Harrison, C. R. Ijams, H. A. Ijams, H. P. McCoy, L. T. VVhite, Ray. VVhite, Dr. W. H. L. Geisler, I. V. Williams, Cornelius. VVhittle, H. P. White, E. R. Ham, H. E. VViley, E. F. McCartney, H. G. Leach, E. J. McLean, E. A. McClennagan, William Hattiesburg. Muskogee. Pensacola. Nashville. Jacksonville. Oakland, Cal. Atlanta. Kansas City. Brooklyn. Columbus, Ohio. Charleston. Chicago. Cincinnati. Pittsburgh. Salt Lake City. Philadelphia. St. Louis. Akron, Ohio. Seattle. Tulsa. CHAPTER ROLL District 1 New York University. Rutgers College. Syracuse University. Cornell University. District 2 University of Virginia. VVilliam and Mary College. ' VVashington'and Lee University. Pennsylvania State College. University of Pennsylvania. Hampden-Sydney College. University of Richmond. District 3 Davidson College. University of North Carolina. University of Tennessee. North Carolina College of A. and M. Arts. Southwestern Presbyterian University. Trinity College. District 4 Birmingham-Southern College. Georgia Tech. Alabama Polytechnic Institute. Emory University. North Georgia Agricultural College. Howard College. University of State of Florida. District 5 Transylvania University. University of Kentucky. Georgetown College. District 6 Tulane University of Louisiana. Louisiana State University. District 7 Missouri School of Mines. University of Missouri. University of Arkansas. Millsaps College. Ohio State University. VVestern Reserve University. University of Cincinnati. University of Kansas. Vifashington University. Kansas State Agricultural College. University of Illinois. District 8 Iowa State College CAmesj. Beloit College. University of Wiscolisin. District 9 Southwestern University. Southern Methodist University. University of New Mexico. University of Texas. University of Oklahoma. District 10 University of Utah. Colorado College. District 11 In process of organization. District 12 University of California. University of VVashington. Oregon Agricultural College. Page One Himdred Sixty-Setlen i 1 1 Page One I-I111'za'1'cd Sixty-L'ig1zt Sigma Alpha Epsilon Founded University of Alabama, 1856. Tennessee Kappa Chapter Organized, 1879. COLORS Royal Purple and Old Gold. OFFICIAL ORG.XNi "The Record." Srgcruir ORGAN: "Phi Alpha." YELL Phi Alpha Allacazeel Phi Alpha Allacazon! FLOVVERZ The Violet. Sigma Alpha, Sigma Alpha, Sigma Alpha Epsilon! Rah, rah, bon, ton! Sigma Alpha Epsilon! Ruh, iahg ruh, rahg ruh, rah, reel ,Tennessee Kappa of S. A. E. FRATRES IN FACULTATE f Ayres, john A. Q Bender, john R. Essary, S. H. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1921 Lake, Charles H. 1922 Bradford, Jim B. Meriwether, John H. Carroll, Thomas B. Mooney, Richard E., jr. Hatcher, Adolphus H. McDowell, John H. Janes, Leonard P. Pettway, Charles F. Lane, James H. VVright, Jim T. 1923 Allen, Frank D. Meriwether, I. L. Allen, James E. McCleneghan, Frank A. Burns, Hugh D. Owen, Hayes E. Campbell, VVm. M Roberts, Walter S. Henegar, Henry A Shiftlett, Samuel M. Mooney, George E VVebb, Eugene lvl. VVilson, Philip O. 1924 Ayres, Morgan B. Duncan, Ioe C. VVright, VV. Polk. Hatcher, VVm. P. Pledge Allison, Downing. Page One Hmzdred 5i.rty-nz'He Alexander, Dr. Eben. Anderson, J. G., Jr. Arnold, Merrill, D., Ir. Ashe, Robert L. Ayres, John A. Blakey, D. T. Bonham, Fred T. Coldwell, Wm. Cameron, Rev. D. F. Carter, Elmo E. Carty, Thos. L. Carroll, C. C. Chamberlain, F. W. Chambliss, Geo. E. Chapman, David C. Cofiin, Hector, Ir. Crumbliss, J. B. Cunningham, H. K. A Dooley, I. E. Edmunds, C. E. Ferris, G. M. Flenniken, F. W. Gaut, L. T. Garrett, I. H. Garrett, Thos. Gettys, R. E. Graves, I. L. Haynes, J. P. Akron, Ohio. Anderson, South Carolina. Atlanta, Georgia. Austin, Texas. Birmingham, Alabama. Boston, Massachusetts. Buffalo, New York. Carrollton, New York. Chicago, Illinois. Cincinnati, Ohio. Clarksville, Tennessee. Cleveland, Ohio. Columbia, South Carolina. Columbus, Georgia. Columbus, Ohio. Dallas, Texas. Denver, Colorado. Des Moines, Iowa. Detroit, Michigan. Duluth, Minnesota. Evansville, Indiana. Page One Hundred Seventy FRATRES IN URBE Haynes, W. P. Hager, Caldwell. Hazen, T. F., Ir. Henegar, Herbert B. Henegar, Martin I. johnson, Roy A. jones, R. A. Leach, R. W. Leach, J. W. Lindsay, Robert M. Logan, I. E. Maloney, Frank. Maloney, Fred M. McClellen, R. W. McClung, C. I. McClure, W. I., Ir. McCormick, HT. A. McDonald, I. P. McKinney, Percy. McMillian, Alex, Sr. McMillian, Ed. 1. McMullan, VV. B., Ir. McNabb, Charles. lvlountcastle, Paul. Murphy, Dr. Leonard. Newman, Chas. S. Patillo, J. G. ALUMNI .ASSOCIATION Evanston, Illinois. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Hartford, Connecticut. Hutchinson, Kansas. Huntington, VVest Virginia. Houston, Texas. Indianapolis, Indiana. Jackson, Tennessee. jacksonville, Florida. Kansas City, Missouri. Knoxville, Tennessee. Kokomo, Indiana. Lincoln, Nebraska. Los Angeles, California. Lynchburg, Virginia. Macon, Georgia. Memphis, Tennessee. Milwaukee, VVisconsin. Minneapolis, Minnesota. Montgomery, Alabama. Nashville, Tennessee. Pettway, F. H. Preston, N. B. Price, T. R. Ragsdale, Thos. Rodgers, Chas. M. Rodgers, Cowan. Rodgers, Don W. Rowland, Jack. Sanford, Alfred R. Saxton, Irwin S. Saxton, Nevett S. Sharpe, I. G. Sharpe, R. E. Simmonds, R. H. Simmonds, R. M. Smith, C. Powell. Thomas, Chas. M. Thomas, Hugh M. Thomas, Matthew. Thomas, Jess. Toms, James H. Trent, VV. L. Van Gilder, John S. VVait, Chas. E., Ir. Webb, Rowan S. Wolfe, Lloyd S. VVright, james B. Wright, T. A., Ir. New Orleans, Louisiana. New York, New York. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Omaha, Nebraska. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Portland, Oregon. Providence, Rhode Island. Pullman, Washington. Rock Island, Illinois. Salt Lake City, Utah. San Antonio, Texas. Seattle, Washington. Sheridan, Wyoming. Shreveport, Louisiana. Sioux City, Iowa. Springheld, Massachusetts. Spokane, Washington. St. Louis, Missouri. Syracuse, New York. Tacoma, Washington. Sigma Alpha. Epsilon Boston University. Dartmouth College. University of Maine. Cornell University. Syracuse University. Columbia University. St. Lawrence University. St. Stephens College. Pennsylvania State College. Lafayette College. Davidson College. University of North Carolina. University of Illinois. Millikin University. University of Chicago. Northwestern University. Franklin College. Purdue University. Indiana University. Adrian College. University of Michigan. CHAPTER ROLL PROVINCE .ALPHA Harvard University. VVorchester Polytechnic Institute. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. New Hampshire College. PROVINCE BETA Pennsylvania College. Bucknell University. University of Pennsylvania. Dickinson College. University of Pittsburgh. Allegheny College. Carnegie Institute of Technology. PROVINCE GAMMA University of Virginia. Washington and Lee University. George VVashington University. PROVINCE DELTA University of Minnesota. Ohio VVesleyan University. University of Cincinnati. Ohio State University. Case School of Applied Science. Mt. Union College. Denison College. Miami University. University of VVisconsin. University of South Dakota. PROVINCE EPSILON Alabama Institute of Technology. University of Georgia. Birmingham-Southern College. Emory University. University of Alabama. University of Florida. University of Arkansas. University of Iowa. Iowa State College. Kansas State University. University of South Dakota. Georgia School of Technology. Mercer University. PROVINCE ZETA Kansas State College. University of Missouri. Washington University. University of Nebraska. Drake University. Page One Hundred Seventy-one Page One Hundred Sevevziy-two Kappa Sigma Founded at University of Bologna, 1.1.00 A. D. Re-established in America at the University of Virginia, 1569. Lambda Chapter established May 11, 1880. FLOWER: Lily of the Valley. Orrrcr.-xL ORGAN: "The Caduceusf' Secular ORGAN: "The Star and Crescent." COLORS: YELL A. E. K. D. B. Scarlet, VVhite and Emerald Green. Kappa Sigma, Tennessee! Cossa-re! Cossa-ra! Lambda Chapta, Kappa Sigma! FRATRES IN FACULTATE Burke, Charles Bell, A. B., Ph. D. Neal, John R., A. B., LL. B., Ph. D. Hesler, Lex R., A. B., Ph. D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Barnett, Robert Marrs. Lowe, VVilliam Oscar. VVright, Romulus Claiborne. Reddick, John David. VValker, Thomas Jefferson. Gardner, Edwin Ramsey. Braden, Emmett VVade. Baugh, Robert. Bosworth, Benjamin. Cooper, Fowler F. Darwin, Darius VV. Deever, Lester. Gill, Graham. Gillespie, Booth. Hicks, George VV. Hill, YVilliam Green. 1921 1922 1923 1924 Boyd, Marion Speed. Shelton, James Eddins. Howlett, James Howard. . Stokely, VVilliam Burnett, Jr. McClamroch, VVilliam Eugene, Jr. Dulaney, Joseph Eugene. Tarry, Edward Gailor. Kefauver, Estes. McClamroch, C. H. McKensie, Lzins J. Menzies, John R., Jr. Ozier, Charles M. Stidham, Emri L. Tarrant, Louis F. VVheelock, VVilliam. Page One Hundred Sefueufy-tlu'ee Armstrong, C. Austin, C. M. Bean, I. H. Kappa Sigma-Continued FRATRES IN URBE Gill, G. C. Gillespie, B. K. Graf, I. R. Boyd, R. P. Green, J. VV. Boyd, S. B. Harrill, VV. K. Brownlow, J. G. Heiskell, S. G. Craig, I. K. Crumliss, I. G. Deaver, L. VV. Denny, Joe. Duncan, G. A. Hesler, L. R. House, T. O. House, W. M. Kennedy, E. M. Lee, L. T. Gammon, G. A. Landon, Edward. 'Gaut, G. P. Gaut, J. P. Gothard, E. C. Logan, J. M. Lowe, VV. O. Lytle, J. W. McCaughan, W. A. Milton, G. F., jr. Murphy, H. Neal, J. R. Parks, W. A., -Ir. Payne, A. G. Polk, L. E. Pouder, R. H. Richardson, L. A. Shannon, C. H. Speyer, Herbert. Smith, G. L. Turner, D. B. VVallace, I. VV. Woodruff, YV. W., I ALUMNI CHAPTERS Atlanta. Lincoln, Neb. Philadelphia. Baltimore. Little Rock. Pittsburgh. Boston. Los Angeles. Portland, Ore. Birmingham. Portland, Me. Providence. Chattanooga. Memphis. San Francisco. Chicago. Milwaukee. Seattle. Cincinnati. Minneapolis. St. Louis. Cleveland. Nashville. Spokane. Dallas. New Orleans. Syracuse. Denver. New York. Topeka. Ithaca. Oakland. Tuscon. Indianapolis. Oklahoma City. Tulsa. Joplin, Mo. Omaha. VVashington. Kansas City. Peoria. Parkersville, VV. Va CHAPTER ROLL DISTRICT 1 University of Maine. Massachusetts Agricultural College University of Vermont. New Hampshire College. Bowdoin College. Dartmouth College. Brown University. Harvard University. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. DISTRICT 2 Swathmore College. Lehigh University. University of Pennsylvania. New York University. Cornell University. Syracuse University. Rutgers College. DISTRICT 3 Pennsylvania State College. Dickinson College Buckness University. West Virginia University. VVashington and jefferson College. DISTRICT 4 University of Virginia. Randolph-Macon College. Washington and Lee University. William and Mary College. Page One Hundred Seventy-'fgur Hampden-Sidney College. University of Maryland. George Washington University. Richmond College. Kappa Sigma-Continued DISTRICT 5 Davidson College. University of North Carolina Trinity College. VVoiIord College. North Carolina A. and M. DISTRICT 6 University of Alabama. Mercer University. Louisiana State University. Vanderbilt University. University of Tennessee. Ohio State University. Purdue University. University of Illinois. University of Michigan. VVabash College. University of Minnesota. VVilliam Jewell College. University of Missouri. University of Arkansas. Southwestern University. University of Denver. Colorado College. Georgia Tech. Alabama Technical Institute University of Georgia. DISTRICT 7 Tulane University. Millsaps College. DISTRICT 8 Southwestern Presbyterian U niversity University of the South. University of Kentucky. DISTRICT 9 Case School of Applied Sciences D enison University. DISTRICT 10 Lake Forrest University. University of VVisconsin. University of Indiana. University of Chicago. DISTRICT 11 University of Iowa. Iowa State University. DISTRICT 12 NVashington University. Missouri School of Mines. DISTRICT 13 University of Oklahoma. Oklahoma A. and M. DISTRICT 14 University of Texas. DISTRICT 15 Colorado School of Mines University of Colorado. DISTRICT 16 Leland Stanford University. University of California. University of Arizona. DISTRICT 17 University of VVashington. University of Idaho. University of Oregon. Wlashington State University Oregon Agricultural College. DISTRICT 18 University of Nebraska. Washburn College. Baker University. University of Kansas. Kansas State Agricultural College. Page One H1l11dIEd Sefueuty Eve Page One H1md1'erl Sc'Lfe1zty-six 'Kappa Alpha Founded at VVashington and Lee University, 1865. Pi Chapter Organized 1883. COLORS: Crimson and Old Gold. FLOWERS: Magnolia and Red Rose. PUBLICATION: Kappa Alpha Journal. YELL Hurrah for the Crimson! Hurrah for the Gold! Hurrah for the Kappa Alphas, Knights of old! Rah! Rah! Rah! KAPPA A!-pha! Tennessee,Tennessee! Rah! Rah! Rah! FRATRES IN FACULTATE Thos. D. Morris. P. M. Hamer. Dr. VV. H. Mclntire. J. VV. Sprowles. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Liberal Arts William L. Alexander 135. J. Kelly Caughlin 115. John VV. Green 115. Robert H. Hutcheson 115. Andrew B. Hearring 115. VVylie S. Keener 115. A. Bruce Lauderbach 115. Glenn R, VValker 125. Law Gordon G. Darwin Jesse VV. Huggins 145. Agriculture John VV. Covington 135. Frank A. Diehl 125. Thomas E. Hord 135. - En gin eerin g Albert C. Burchett, Jr. 125. W. Griflith Davies, Ir. 145. Rollin V. VVilson 115. Sam Houston McNutt, Jr. 125. VVallace C. Pierce 115. Jack Preston 115. Robert G. Parks 125. J. Boyd Sonner 115. Clinton R. Wallace 135. Charles E. VVerner, jr., 115. G. Knox Campbell 115. J. Fleming Meek 125. Charles S. Seay 135. joseph G. Davis 125. Leslie C. Daniels 135. Louis R. Knafll 1.1.5. Richard L. Sorsby 125. Page One Hundred Seventy-seven FRATRES IN URBE H. E. Ayres E. S. Albers. J. F. Bauman. R. G. Chandler. P. H. Davis. L. W. Frierson. A. P. Frierson. J. B. Keener. Bruce Keener, Ir. E. R. Lutz. J. G. Logan. E. VV. Lockett. I. T. Lewis. T. D. Morris. T. P. Miller. G. F. Mellen. S. B. Mellen. ALUMNI CHAPTERS Atlanta, Georgia. Birmingham, Alabama. Boston, Massachusetts. Canal Zone, Ancon, Panama. Charlotte, North Carolina. Chattanooga, Tennessee. Chicago, Illinois. Clarksdale, Mississippi. Columbia, South Carolina. Columbus, Georgia. Fort Smith, Arkansas. Jacksonville, Florida. Kansas City, Missouri. I age One Hzmdrcd Seventy-eight Herbert Madden. D. G. Madden. L. I. Madden. VV. H. McIntire. R. M. McConnell. T. G. McConnell. G. VV. Payne. G. VV. Ross. E. N. Rogers. O. W. Rogers. C. M. Seymour. G. O. Sutton. J. H. Swan. W. P. Toms. J. B. Wray. Harold Williams. VV. P. Washburn, Jr. Knoxville, Tennessee. Lexington, Missouri. Liberty, Missouri. Los Angeles, California. Montgomery, Alabama. New York City, New York Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Richmond, Virginia. San Antonio, Texas. San Francisco, California. Shawnee, Oklahoma. St. Louis, Missouri. Washington, District Columbia VVashington and Lee University of Georgia VVofford College . Emory University . . Randolph Macon College Richmond College . . University of Kentucky . Mercer University . University of Virginia . Alabama Polytechnic Institute Southwestern University . University of Texas University of Tennessee . Davidson College . . University of North Carolina Vanderbilt University . Tulane University . Centre College . University of the South . University of Alabama . Louisiana State University William Jewell College . College of VVilliam and Mary . Westminister College . Transylvania University . University of Missouri . johns Hopkins University Millsaps University . George Washington University University of California . University of Arkansas . Leland Stanford University University of West Virginia Georgia School of Technology . Hampden-Sidney College . Trinity College . . North Carolina State College Missouri School of Mines . Bethany College . . College of Charleston . Georgetown College Delaware College . University of Florida . University of Oklahoma . Washington University . Drury College . . Maryland State College . Southern Methodist University St. john's College . . Oglethorpe University Oklahoma A. and ACTIVE CHAPTERS Lexington, Va. Athens, Ga. Spartanburg, S. C. Emory, Ga. Ashland, Va. VVesthampton, Va. Lexington, Ky. Macon, Ga. Charlottesville, Va. Auburn, Ala. Georgetown, Texas. Austin, Texas. Knoxville, Tenn. Davidson, N. C. Chapil Hill, N. C. Nashville, Tenn. New Orleans, La. Danville, Ky. Sewanee, Tenn. Univ. of Alabama. Baton Rouge, La. Liberty, Mo. Vllilliamsburg, Va. Fulton, Mo. Lexington, Ky. Columbia, Mo. Baltimore, lvld. Jackson, Miss. Washington, D. C. Berkeley, Cal. Fayetteville, Ark. Stanford, Cal. Morgantown, VV. V Atlanta, Va. Hampden-Sidney, Va. Durham, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. Rolla, Mo. Bethany, VV. Va. Charleston, S. C. Georgetown, Ky. Newark, Del. Gainesville, Fla. Norman, Okla. St. Louis, Mo. Springfield, Mo. College Park, Md. Dallas, Texas. Annapolis, Md. Oglethorpe, Ga. Stillwater, Okla. Page One Hzzndred Seventy-uiize i X a I 4 Page One Hundred Eighty Phi Gamma. Delta Founcled at Wlashington and jefferson, 1848. Kappa Tau Chapter Organized, 1890. COLOR : Royal Pu rpl e. FLOWER: I-Ieliolrope. OFFICIAL ORcAx: The Phi Gamma Delta. YELL Hippi, hippi, hi! Rip, zip, zelta! Fiji, ah, ha! Phi Gamma Delta! FRATRES IN FACULTATE Sxdnev 'I llfloreland. Henry -I. Darnall. Albert L Chavannes FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1921 McGregor Smith. George I. Baker. Willis B. Lincoln. jacob H. Nicholson. Oscar Newton Smith. james F. Smith. W. Bush Sneed. Robert YN. Gooch. Douglas Sandburg, Walter C. Groner. Sidney D. Samuel. 1922 1923 1924 Thomas Mayes. Joseph VV. Sullivan. Frank H. VVatcrhouse. Charles G. Mynatt. S. Francis Fowler. Thomas S. Pierce. Frank Powell. VVilliam R. Blackard. Robert Leslie Bass. VVilliam E. Zuccarello Page One Hlbllllvlgd Lighty one Austin, W. S. Baker, J. F. Branson, G. D. Brown, F. M. Callaway, N. C. Chavannes, A. L., Cox, J. T. Darnall, F. M. Darnall, H. J. Donalson, VV. I. Dow, L. M. Dow, Sumner. Fanz, L. I. Fonde, C. H. Fowler, H. G. Lafayette, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind. Washington, D. C. Detroit, Mich. Chicago, Ill. Dayton, Ohio. New York, N. Y. Pittsburgh, Pa. Denver, Colo. Toledo, Ohio. Cincinnati, Ohio. Schenectady, N. Y. Allentown, Pa. Baltimore, Md. Akron, Ohio. Ann Arbor, Mich. La Junta, Colo. Atlanta, Ga. Atlantic City, N. Boulder, Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo. Delaware, Ohio. Page One I-Izzmlred Eighty-two FRATRES IN URBE Fowler, H. I. Hacker, I. E. Harrison, G. F. Johnson, Alvin. johnson, H. R. Kenner, S. H. Kesterson, T. O. Kyle, Archie. Link, QI. V. Lc-tspeicli, E. S. Martin, W. B. Meek, J. M. Mitchell, A. E. Moreland, S. T. Morrison, Elgin. DIRECTORY OF GRADUATE Birmingham, Ala. Buffalo, N. Y. Cleveland, Ohio. Columbus, Ohio. Dallas, Texas. Des Moines, Iowa. Cambridge, Mass. Kansas City, Mo. Knoxville, Tenn. Lincoln, Nebraska. Los Angeles, Cal. Madison, YVis. Newark, N. J. Omaha, Neb. Oklahoma City, Okla. McCallie, W. A. McClure, W. M. Roehl, W. F.. Shea, T. G. Smith, C. H. Stooksbu ry, E. G. Tate, H. M. Thornburg, I. M Young, F. R. Young, R. S. Young, S. E. Bean, R. H. Johnson, H. R. Fowler, E. C. Lewis, S. L. CHAPTERS Peoria, Ill. Philadelphia, Pa. Portland, Ore. Quincy, Ill. Richmond, Va. Seattle, Wash. Springfield, Ohio. St. Joseph, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Syracuse, N. Y. Spokane, VVash. Boston, Mass. Memphis, Tenn. Orono, Maine. Tulsa, Okla. DIRECTORY OF GRADUATE ASSOCIATIONS Hartford, Conn. Canton, Ohio. Independence, Kan. Marion, Ohio. Mansfield, Ohio. Meadville, Pa. Milwaukee, Wis. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Providence, R. I. Rochester, N. Y. Salt Lake City, Utah Springfield, Ill. VVichita, Kan. Wooster, Ohio. Topeka, Kan. Amherst. Brown. Dartmouth. Columbia. Colgate. Cornell. Johns Hopkins. Lafayette. Bucknell. Richmond. Allegheny. Pittsburgh. Denison. Ohio State. DePauw. Purdue. Alabama. Chicago. Illinois. Illinois Wesleyan. Iowa. Iowa State. Colorado College. Oregon. California. Oklahoma. DIRECTORY OF ACTIVE CHAPTERS SECTION 1 Maine. Massachusetts Technical. Trinity. SECTION 2 New York University. SECTION 3 Syracuse. SECTION 4 Lehigh. SECTION 5 Gettysburg. SECTION 6 Virginia. SECTION 7 Washington and jefferson. SECTION 8 Ohio VVesleyan. SECTION 9 Hanover. Vvabash. SECTION 10 Sewanee. SECTION 11 Knox. Michigan. SECTION 12 Kansas. Missouri. SECTION 13 SECTION 14 Idaho. SECTION 15 SECTION 16 VVilliams. VVorcester Technical. Yale. Rutgers. Union. Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania State. VVashington and Lee. Western Reserve. VVittenberg. Indiana. l Tennessee. Minnesota. VVisconsin. Nebraska. VVilliam Jewell. Colorado University. Vilashington. Stanford. Texas. Page One Hundred Eighty-three Page One Hzmdred Eighty-four Alpha Tau Omega Founded in Richmond, Va., 1865. Tennessee Pi Chapter Organized 1872, Reorganized x9oo. COLORS: All Gold and Sky Blue. Bowe, E. VV. Dietzen, WV. N. Haskew, I. G. Hill, M. C. Mcllvvaine, A. Reeder, R. R. Arthur, James. Cox, R. B. Evans, Joe. Falk, J. H. Beasley, E. S. Bowe, C. E. Holt, Robert, Malone, J. H. OFFICIAL ORGAN: Alpha Tau Omega Palm. YELL Ruh, rah, rega, Alpha Tau Omega, Hip, hurrah, hip, hurrah, FLOWER: White Tea Rose Three cheers for Alpha Tau, Rah, rah, rah! FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1921 Robison, Chas. VV. 1922 1923 1924 Howard, F. G. Mcllwaine, Ch as. R Perm, Duncan. Shoof, P. E. Shoof, M. H. Stewart, I. B. Holmes, I. E. Jones, R. H. Shires, T. P. Smith, M. M. Morgan, I. G. Phillips, I. R.- Shoof, J. S. Thackston, Fred Page One Hundred Eighty five Pc1g'c One .PIII Agee, I. H. Allen, N. L. Anderson, VV. C. Bradley, VV. R. Burdette, J. L. Caldwell, J. B. Carson, W. W. Carson, W. W., Ir. Choate, R. R. Cummings, W. I. Daniels, C. P. Deadrich, R. C. Dempster, I. M. Dooley, T. F. Flenniken, Tom. Foster, H. P. Foster, R. J. Fuqua, P. D. Gibbs, F. D. Hill, F. Y. Hill, L. D. Hill, P. S. Adrian, Mich. Alliance, Ohio. Atlanta, Ga. Charlotte, N. C. Chicago, Ill. Cincinnati, Ohio. Cleveland, Ohio. Colorado. Columbus, Ohio. Des Moines, Iowa. Houston, Texas. Kansas City, Mo. New Orleans, La. Louisville, Ky. Memphis, Tenn. Milwaukee, VVis. New York, N. Y. Omaha, Neb. Pittsburgh, Penn. Portland, Ore. St. Louis, Mo. Savannah, Ga. Schenectady, N. Y. Springfield, Ohio. Toledo, Ohio. Seattle, VVash. Indianapolis, Ind. Allentown, Penn. ndred Eighty-.v1'.v Henderson, VV. N. Houk, F. C. Hughes, G. N. Klein, V. H. Keller, I. VV. Kennedy, J. M. Mayo, D. R. May, Bill. Maulsleger, H. Moses, F. A. Naff, H. H. Nickerson, M. F. Newman, VV. R. Pepper, C. H. Roberts, Bill. Sandberg, H. S. Shea, Jas. Skaggs, W. C. Troutt, I. T. Whittaker, W. C. VVhittaker, A. P. ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS Birmingham, Ala. Burlington, Vt. California. Dallas, Texas. Dayton, Ohio. Detroit, Mich. District of Columbia. Tampa, Fla. Franklin, Tenn. Jacksonville, Fla. Knoxville, Tenn. Los Angeles, Cal. Massachusetts. Manila. Minnesota. Montgomery, Ala. Nashville, Tenn. Philadelphia, Penn. Reading, Penn. San Antonio, Texas. Charleston, S. C. Spokane, Wash. Salt Lake City, Utah Texas. Vvestern Carolina, N C Western New York. Marion, Ohio. Youngstown, Ohio. CHAPTER ROLL PROVINCE 1 Florida and Georgia. University of Florida. Mercer University. University of Georgia. Georgia School of Technology. Emory University. PROVINCE 2 Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, VVisconsin. University of Illinois. Adrian College. University of Chicago. Hillsdale College. University of Indiana. University of Michigan. Rose Poly. Albion College. Purdue University. University of VVisconsin. PROVINCE 3 Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, VVyoming. University of Colorado. University of Wyoming. University of Kansas. Colorado Agricultural College. University of Nebraska. PROVINCE 4 ' Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, University of Maine. Colby College. Massachusetts Institute of Tech. Tuft's College. PROVINCE 5 New York, Pennsylvania. St. Lawrence University. Cornell University. Colgate University. Muhlenberg College. VV. and J. College. PROVINCE 6 Rhode Island, Vermont. VVorchester Poly. Institute. New Hampshire State College. Brown University. University of Vermont. Lehigh University. Pennsylvania College. Pennsylvania State College. University of Pennsylvania. North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia. University of North Carolina. Trinity College. College of Charleston. I PROVINCE 7 Ohio. Mount Union College. VVittenberg College. Ohio VVesleyan. PROVINCE 8 Tennessee, Kentucky. University of Kentucky. Southwestern Presb. University. Vanderbilt University. PROVINCE 9 VVashington and Lee University. University of Virginia. Marietta College. Ohio State University. VVestern Reserve. Union University. University of the South. University of Tennessee. California, Oregon, Washington. Leland Stanford University. University of California. Oregon Agricultural College. PROVINCE 10 University of Oregon. VVashington State College. University of VVashington. Alabama, Louisiana, Texas. Alabama Polytechnic Institute. Birmingham Southern College. University of Alabama. PROVINCE 11 Tulane University. University of Texas. Southern Methodist University. Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri. Simpson College. University of Iowa. Iowa State College. University of Minnesota. University of Missouri. VVashington University. Page One Huurired Eighty-sc en Page One Hundred Eiglzty-eight Sigma Phi Epsilon Founded at Richmond College, IQOI. Tennessee Alpha Chapter Established May 27, IQI3. PUBLICATION: Sigma Phi Epsilon journal. FLOWERS: Violets and American Beauties. Beaman, D. M. Lucado, VV. Duke, R. D. Duke, D. B. Crabtree, -l. A. Hicks, H. B. Hankal, L. N. Miller, J. A. Barton, N. K. Cantwell, B. C. Crowell, R. H. Cloyd, C. C. Fancher, R. H. Fitzgerald, B. F. Grifhts, C. R. CoLoRs: Purple and Red. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1921 1922 VVade, Fred. 1923 1924 Tinkler, P. 1. VVilson, J. VV. Ofiicer, A. F. Striegel, R. B. Laird, R. G. VVarren, T. C. D. Roberts, A. H., Jr. VVoods, VV. F. Hedgecock, L. 5. Hicks, H. M. McSween, C. H. Parker, F. L. Staples, J. S. VVright, B. T. VVirt, W. D. FRATRES IN FACULTATE Allred, C. E. Page One Hundred Eiglzfy-nine Allred, C. E. Allen, H. R. Anderson, I. H. Bearnan, A. K. Beaman, D. M. Bowers, B. H. Bibb, J. F. Brumback, I. F. Cate, G. E. Cate, Ralph. Copeland, H. E. Cottrell, I. E. Dodson, P. B. Frazee, M. D. Ellis, W. I. Washington, D. C. Detroit, Mich. Butte, Mont. Richmond, Va. Minneapolis, Minn. Birmingham, Ala. Kansas City, Mo. Spokane, VVash. Edgewater, N. I. Baltimore, Md. Page One Hundred Ninety FRATRES IN URBE ALUMNI CHAPTERS Brooklyn, N. Y. Ellis, S. L. Eagle, J. R. Dunn, R. B. Goodman, W. H. Housley, J. E. johnson, VV. M. Love, I. VV. Morrell, J. F. Small, G. W. Smith, R. B. Stantield, H. K. Titsvvorth, I. R. Thomason, J. C. Thornton, J. E. Cruze, VV. B. Tidewater, Va. Chicago, Ill. West Somerville, Mass Wheeling, W. Va. Indianapolis, Ind. Newark, Del. Little Rock, Ark. Youngstown, Ohio. Omaha, Neb. Fort Jennings, Ohio. Vermont, Alpha . Massachusetts, Alpha New Hampshire, Alpha Delaware, Alpha . VVest Virginia, Beta Pennsylvania, Delta Pennsylvania, Eta Pennsylvania, Epsilon New York, Alpha New York, Beta . Michigan, Alpha . District of Columbia Virginia, Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Alpha . Delta . Epsilon . Zeta . Eta . , Alpha North Carolina, Beta . North Carolina, Gamma Ohio, Alpha Ohio, Epsilon . Ohio, Gamma . Indiana, Alpha . Illinois, Alpha . Georgia, Alpha . Alabama, Alpha . Tennessee, Alpha Iowa, Alpha Iowa, Beta . . Iowa, Gamma . Minnesota, Alpha VVisconsin, Alpha VVisconsin, Beta . Nebraska, Alpha . Kansas, Alpha . Kansas, Beta . Missouri, Alpha . Arkansas, Alpha . Oklahoma, Alpha Colorado, Alpha . Colorado, Beta . Colorado, Gamma Washington, Alpha Montana, Alpha . Oregon, Alpha . California, Alpha CHAPTER ROLL DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 2 DISTRICT 3 .DIS'I'RIC'I' 4 i .DIS'IlRIC'I' 5 i 'DISTRICT 6 I .DIS'I'RIC'I' 7 l IJIS'IlRIC'I' 8 ' 'DIS'I'RIC'I' 9 i DISTRICT 10 Norwich University. Massachusetts Agricultural College. Dartmouth College. Delaware State College. West Virginia University. Uni-versity of Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania State College. Lehigh University. Syracuse University. Cornell University. University of Michigan. VVashington, D. C. Richmond College. VVilliam and Mary College. VVashington and Lee University. Randolph-Macon University. University of Virginia. North Carolina State College. Trinity College. Ohio Northern University. Ohio VVesleyan University. Ohio State University. Purdue University. University of Illinois. Georgia School of Technology. Alabama Polytechnic Institute. University of Tennessee. Iowa VVesleyan College. Iowa State College. Iowa State University. University of Minnesota. Lawrence College. University of Wisconsin. University of Nebraska. Baker University. V Kansas Agricultural College. University of Missouri. University of Arkansas. Oklahoma A. and M. University of Colorado. Denver University. Colorado Agricultural College. Washington State College. University of Montana. Oregon Agricultural College. University of California. Page One Hundred Ninety-one i I Page One Hundred Ninety-two Sigma Chi Founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 1855. Beta Sigma Chapter Established 1917. COLORS: Blue and Gold. OFFICIAL ORGAN: "Sigma Chi" Quarterly. SECRET ORGAN: "The Bulletinf' FLOWER! White Rose. , 1921 A. Carter Myers. John Page Woodard. Lawrence L. Bean. Carl Gardener. Herman A. Shubert. Myers E. Hartman. Granville S. Kennedy. joe A. Morris. 1922 ' Dibbrell C. Brooks. Donald P. Langford. Robert P. Scott. Charles H. Dean. L. Frank Moore. 1923 Leonard F. Hurley. Newton C. Myers, Jr. C. Ray Hart. William T. Burns. L. T. Letsinger. Lester A. Shipley. G. Patton Davis. John W. Finney. Joseph L. Parks. john S. Fandrich. Henry N. Carleton. Harold W. Carleton. Robert R. Harmon. I. H. Henderson. - Pledges Jaok B. Tate. Stephen R. Woods. James Donahue. Roe Campbell. H. F. Brannon. - D. E. Griliith. Page One Hundred Ninety-th1'ee f l i if ALUMNI CHAPTERS Albuquerque, N. M., Atlanta, Ga., Fargo, N. D. Altoona, Pa., Baltimore, Md., Bozeman, Mont. Anderson, Ind., Birmingham, Ala.g Troy, N. Y. Bloomington, Ill. Boston, Mass. Charleston, VV. Va. Cincinnati, Ohio. Clarksburg, WV. Va. Clunlard, Ohio. Coos Bay, Ore. Des Moines, Iowa. Hamilton, Ohio. Harrisburg, Pa. Harvard Group Honolulu, T. H., Kalamazoo, Mich., Eugene, Ore. Indianapolis,-Ind., Duluth, Minn., Tacoma, Wash. Kansas City, Mo., Chicago, Ill., Tulsa, Okla. Little Rock, Ark. Pittsburgh, Pa. Los Angeles, Cal. Syracuse, N. Y. Nashville, Tenn. Toledo, Ohio. Missoula, Mont. Filna, Ark. Milwaukee, VVis. Chicago, Ill. New Orleans, La. Detroit, Mich. Philadelphia, Pa. Dayton, O. Denver, VVichita, Kan. Salt Lake City. Providence, Rhode Island. New York Danville. Omaha, Neb. St. Paul, Minn. Peoria, Ill. VVashington, D. C. Phoenix, Ariz. Lincoln, Neb. Portland, Ore. Louisville, Ky. Spokane, VVash. Manila, P. I. St. Louis, Mo. Memphis, Tenn. Chandler, Fred R. Cochrane, VV. Robin. Gentry, C. G. Travis, Ed. Gentry, R. B. Odom. B. H. T. H. Glocker. Page One Hundred Ninety-four FRATRES IN URBE , Gray, H. A. Hensey, C. A. johnson, Lois. Townsend, George B A Peters, H. VV. FRATRES IN FACULTATE VV. F. Grainer. CHAPTER ROLL PROVINCE 1 Pennsylvania College. Dickson College. Bucknell University. Lafayette College. West Virginia University. Lehigh University. University of Pittsburgh. University of Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania State College. PROVINCE 2 George VVashington University. Washington and Lee University. University of Virginia. Trinity University. PROVINCE 3 University of Michigan. Albion College. University of Illinois. PROVINCE 4 Indiana University. VVabash College. DePauw University. Butler College. Purdue University. PROVINCE 5 University of Illinois. Northwestern University. Illinois VVesleyan. Beloit College. University of VVisconsin. University of Chicago. PROVINCE 6 University of Kansas. Iowa State A. and M. University of Ohio. State University of Ohio. University of Nebraska. Vllashington University. PROVINCE -7 University of Tennessee. University of Kentucky. University of Georgia. University of Alabama. Central College of Kentucky. Vanderbilt University. PROVINCE 8 Colorado College. University of Colorado. University of Utah. University of New Mexico. PROVINCE 9 University of Maine. Dartmouth College. Brown University. Massachusetts Technical. PROVINCE 10 University of Arkansas. University of Oklahoma. PROVINCE 11 University of VVashington. University of Oregon. Oregon State College of A. and S. PROVINCE 12 Leland Stanford University. University of California. University of Southern California. PROVINCE 13 'Cornell University. Hobart College. Syracuse University. Columbia University. PROVINCE 14 University of Minnesota. University of North Dakota. PROVINCE 15 Miami University. Ohio Wesleyan University. University of Cincinnati. University of Texas. University of Montana. Ohio State University. PROVINCE 16 PROVINCE 17 Case School of Applied Science and VVestern Reserve University. Denison University. Fulane University. Montana State Col. of A. Sz M. A. Page One HZlIId1'?d Ninety-five Page One Hundred Ninety-six Phi Beta Sigma Organized at the University of Tennessee, March, 1919. COLORS: Gold and Black. FLOWER: Sweet Pea. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1921 Kraekenbuehl, A. Oscar. 1922 Artz, John A. Baker, Howard H. Crump, Charles O. Emory, Charles M. Hamilton, VVilliam R., Ir. Moulton, Lewis B. Parkey, VVayne A. Stephenson, C. Guy. VValton, Nlaynard K. VVilmot, Royal I. VVilson, Claude C. 1923 Addington, VVickliFfe O. Holloman, Howard VV. Gagle, Merlin S. Stanfill, I. Edmund. 1924 Johnson, A. Howard. Paris, Charles H. Mankin, James B. Reynolds, james S. McArnis, Luke M. VVadsworth, VValter C. PLEDGES Ashburn, VVayland F. Meyers, Edward E. FRATRES IN URBE ' Emory, VVilliam M. Varnell, Louis I. ALUMNAE Forman, George. Kingins, Marvin I. Holland, Hale VV. Perkins, Charles E. Hopkins, Herman A. Raeder, Theodore S. Richardson, Elwood G. Page One Hxmdrcd Ninety-seven Page One Hundred Ninety-eight Ion Aleph Fraternity Organized at the University of Tennessee, December, 1920. The Masons on the "Hill" have long felt the need of something to bring them together more often and in a more congenial manner. This has been accomplished through the Ion Aleph Fra- ternity, the object of which is to promote the true Masonic spirit among the Masons of the Uni- versity, and to bind them together in a stronger social and fraternal manner. NIO'l'T0: Truth and Unity. C. B. B. B. A. B S. L. B. E. S. B. E. A. C. I. COLORS : Alexander. Bird. Breeden. Breeden. Dossett. Codsey. Kerr. Murray. Green and VVhite. FLOWER: VVhite Carnation. OFFICIAL ORGAN: "The Trowelf' MEMBERS C. R. Morse. E. G. McConnell. VV. R. McConnell. VV. A. McTeer. I. R. Odell. L. L. Osteen. L. F. Russell. O. D. VValker. Pave One Hundred Ninety-lzilte' Q Page Two PIltl1fI7'L'd Beta Alpha Omega Founded, 19155 Recognized, x9zr. COLORS: Gold and Black. FLOWER: FRATRES IN FACULTATE G. M. Bentley. Earl C. Krieger Qlieta Theta Pil. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE VVhite Carnation. VV. R. VVoolrich. Post-Graduates Henry Bobbitt Aikin. Charles Rodgers Morse. John Lawson Greer. James Pryor Reeder, Ir. Robert Roy Vance. 1921 James Osborn Andes. Robert Hobart Leonard. Lee Morris Ragsdale. 1922 VVilliam Crosby Cobb. George Ansel Mooers Frederick VVest. 1923 WValter Louis Bamberg. VVilliz1m Henry Bamberg. Harry Caffee VVatkin. 1924 Horace Stewart Dean. VViIliam Hoyle Ragsdale. ALUMNI ADVISORS IN URBE Anderson Dexter Albright. Ray Howard Jenkins. lohn Edwin McGee. Page Two Hundred One Pan-Hellenic Council Sororities OFFICERS MARY LEE FOSTER . . . . President GENEVIEVE SHEA . Vice-President MARTHA SUE AYCOCK Treasurer COSETTE MAIDEN . Secretary REPRESENTATIVES CHI OMEGA PHI MU MARY LEE FOSTER. MARTHA SUE AYCOCK. ANNE BOGLE. V RUTH PORTER. ZETA TAU ALPHA COSETTE MAIDEN. ELIZABETH GAMON. ALPHA DELTA PI. ALPHA OMICRON PI MINNI ENIORY. VIVIAN LOGUE. BONNIE KATE RUSSELL. GENEVIEVE SHEA. Page Two Hundred Two Page Two Hundred Three E Page Two Hundfea' Four Chi Omega Founded University of Arkansas, 1895. Pi Chapter Established April 5, 1900. COLORS: Cardinal and Straw. M ary Lee Foster. Anne Bogle. Esther Hoss. Cornelia Mellen. Ruth Eldridge. Lise Livaudais. Louise Ganong. Elmira Montague. Susie Dean. Martha Bowman. Lois Camp. Pauline Payne. PUBLICATION: Eleusis. FLOWER : 'White Carnation. YELL VVe'll try,.we'll vie, VVe'll never die, Chi, Chi Omega Chi! SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE 1921 1922 Dee Coffman. 1923 Elizabeth Theilan. 1924' PLEDGES Georgia Rule. Claire Shea. Mary House. Eleanor Theilan. Dorothy Fonde. Alene Seilaz. Lucile Owen. Olive Finley. Evelyn Taylor. Carol Bean . Margaret Johnson Elizabeth Allen. Page Two Hundred Fwe McClure, Marguerite. Cofiin, Margaret. Cawood, Lucile. SORORES Deadrick, CMrs.j Elizabeth Hank. Hall, fMrs.j Annie Beach. Keller, Mary Moore. Calloway, Carrie. McTeer, Florence Dell. Carson, fMrs.j Elizabeth Nelson. Thompson, CMrs.b Florence Fonde. VVebb, QMrs.j Julia McCulley. Malone, Eva Williams. Webb, Emma. Perkins, Marcia. Ewing, Dora. Kennedy, Linda. Keller, Lillian. Power, QMrs.D Georgia Mae Ferris. Madden, Margaret. Grifhn, Mary. Merriweather, CMrs.j Mary Forest, CMrs.j Edna Farr. Smith, CMrs.D Maud Keller Darn all, QMrs.j Frank. Agee, CMrs.j Laura Tyler. Johnson, CMrs.j Rose Keller. Mabry, Almeda. VVilliams. Hessler, CMrs.D Esther Collins. Lander, CMrs.j Mary Hamilton. Fayetteville, Arkansas. VVashington, D. C. Atlanta, Georgia. Lexington, Kentucky. Eugene, Oregon. Cincinnati, Ohio. Detroit, Michigan. New York, New York. New Orleans, Louisiana. Lynchburg, Virginia. Denver, Colorado. Los Angeles, California. Pa e Two H'1fllld1'Ed Six IN URBE Allen, Chfirsj Carrie Arnold. Getaz, fMrs.j Carrie Cofhn. Harris, QMrs.j. Duggan, QMrs.l Margaret Perkins. Templeton, CMrs.j Lucy Curtis. Flenniken, CMrs.D Ella Coihn. Ogle, CMrs.J Mary Mitchell. Conner, Margaret. Carson, Emma Finney. McKinney, Margaret Coflin. Russell, CMrs.j Margaret Moses. Thornburg, Laura. McClellan, Elizabeth. LeNoir, Ellen Wihite. Stover, CMrs.j Virginia LeNoir. Preston, Blanche. Lusk, fMrs.j Rosa Mebane. Hazen, Evelyn. Johnson, Ellen. Coffman, CMrs.D Georgia House Card, QMrs.j K. Moreland. Broughton, CMrs.j FannyB1oyxnloW Scott, Alice. Lewis, Jess VVestlake. Fonde, Alice. Cochrane, Elizabeth. McGhee. Fern Scott. Kelso, fMrs.j Dorothy Hayes, Lorene. ALUMNAE CHAPTERS Oxford, Mississippi. Knoxville, Tennessee. Kansas City, Missouri. Boston, Massachusetts. Milwaukee, VVisconsin. Portland, Oregon. Lincoln, Nebraska. Seattle, Wasliington. Dallas, Texas. Berkeley, California. Syracuse, New York. Salt Lake City, Utah. Scott. Psi Chi Sigma . Rho Pi . 'Omicron Xi Nu Mu . Lambda Kappa Iota 'Theta . Eta Zeta Delta . Gamma Beta . Alpha . Psi Alpha 'Chi Alpha . Phi Alpha . Upsilon Alpha 'Tau Alpha . Sigma Alpha Rho Alpha . Pi Alpha . Omicron Alpha Xi Alpha . Nu Alpha Mu Alpha . Lambda Alpha Kappa Alpha Iota Alpha . 'Theta Alpha . Eta Alpha . Zeta Alpha . Delta Alpha . Gamma Alpha Beta Alpha . Psi Beta Chi Beta Phi Beta Upsilon Beta . CHI OMEGA CHAPTER ROLL University of Arkansas. Transylvania College. Randolph-Macon VVoman's College. Tulane University, Newcomb College. University University of Tennessee. of Illinois. Northwestern University. University University University University University of VVisconsin. of California. of Kansas. of Nebraska. of Texas. VVest Virginia University. University University Dickenson of Michigan. of Colorado. College. Florida VVoman's College. Colby College. University of YVashington. University of Oregon. Jackson College. George VVashington University. Syracuse University. Ohio University. Miami University. University of Missouri. University of Cincinnati. Coe College. University of Utah. Leland Stanford. New Hampshire College. University of Kentucky. Kansas State Agricultural College. Southern Methodist University. Cornell University. Oregon Agricultural College. Ohio State University. University of Chattanooga. Swarthmore College. University of Pennsylvania. Iowa State University. Pu rdue University. Pittsburgh. Hollins College. Page Two Hmialred Seven v Page Tyzo Hundred Eight Alpha Omicron Pi Founded at Barnard College, 1897. Omicron Chapter Installed 1902. FLOWER: jacqueminot Rose. OFFICIAL ORGAN: To Dragma. COLOR: Cardinal. E . SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE - 1921 Genevieve Shea. U 1922 Elizabeth McDonald. Kathleen Bender. Vivian Logue. n 1923 Elizabeth Clinton. Willia McLemore. Margaret Smith. Mary Horner. 1924 Anna Stokely. Mary Taylor Johnson. SORORES IN Bickley fMrs.D Lucretia jordan. Hunt CMrs.j Emma Albers.- Hunt, Minn Elois. Peet fMrs.l Ailey Kyle. ' Edmunds CMrs.j Blossom Swift. Conover, Margaret. Kennedy, Elizabeth. Grace lVlcDougall. V Edith VVilson. Margaret Dickey. ' Lucy Morgan. Marian Logue. Ola. Hancock. W Mary Neal Black. Llewellyn Johnson.. ' Christine Moore. 2 Frances Sullivan. URBE Kennedy, Helen. Sonner, Helen. Caldwell, Katherine. . Caldwell, Harriet. ' Graf QMrs.l Alice Hayes. Moore,.Lida. ' ' E Montgomery fNlrs.l'Ada. 5 Page Two Hundred Nine w l 4 ? I Page Two Hundred Ten Alpha Pi . Nu Omicron Kappa . Zeta Sigma Theta Beta Delta Gamma . Epsilon Rho Lambda . Iota Tau Chi Epsilon . Nu Kappa Beta Phi Eta . Alpha Phi Nu Omicron Psi . Phi Omega . New York, N. Y. San Francisco, Cal. Providence, R. I. Boston, Mass. Los Angeles, Cal. Lincoln, Neb. Chicago, Ill. Indianapolis, Ind. New Orleans, La. Minneapolis, Minn CHAPTER ROLL . . . . Barnard College Unactivej. Sophie Newcomb College. New York University. University of Tennessee. Randolph-Macon VVomen's College. University of Nebraska. University of California. University of DePauw. Brown University CInactivej. Jackson College. University of Maine. Cornell University. Northwestern University. Leland Stanford University. University of Illinois. University of Minnesota. Syracuse University. University of Wlashington. Southern Methodist University. University of Indiana. University of VVisconsin. Montana' State College. Vanderbilt University. University 'of Pennsylvania. University of Kansas. Miami University. ALUMNAE CHAPTERS Bangor, Me. Portland, Ore. Seattle, VVash. Puget Sound. Knoxville, Tenn. Lynchburg, Va. Washington, D. C. Philadelphia, Penn. Dallas, Texas. Page Two Hundred Eleven Page Two Hundred Twelve Delta Epsilon . Zeta Theta . Kappa . Lambda . Mu Nu Xi . Omicron Rho . Sigma . Tau Upsilon Phi Chi Omega . Psi . Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Beta Dempster, Helen. Dempster, Jess. Fowler QMrs.J Elizabeth Callaway. Hobson, Annie Lee. Lotspeich KMrs.j Ruth Moore. Lumsden CMrs.j Clara Harris. Zeta Tau Alpha SORORES IN URBE Parker CMrs.j Bertha Cain. Sandberg, Nelle. Taylor QMrs.J Louise Getaz. VVilson fMrs.l Elizabeth Wade. VVilson CMrs.j Margaret Bloomer. Neil QMrs.j Nora Dinges. Murphy, Mary Annie. Alpha . Gamma Delta . Farmville, Va. Atlanta, Ga. Birmingham, Ala. Boston, Mass. Dallas, Texas. El Paso, Texas. Fayetteville, Ark. Newport News, Va. Johnson City, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Little Rock, Ark. CHAPTER ROLL . Randolph-Macon Women's College. University of Arkansas. University of Tennessee. Bethany College. University of Taxas. Southwestern University. Drury College. University of Alabama. University of Southern California. Brenan College. Boston University. Baker University. james Milliken University. University of California. Trinity College. University of Pittsburgh. Southern Methodist University. University of VVashington. Iowa VVesleyan. University of Pennsylvania. University of Michigan. Butler College. ALUMNAE CHAPTERS Los Angeles, Cal. Lynchburg, Va. Montgomery, Ala. Richmond, Va. San Antonio, Texas. VVashington, D. C. VVellsburg, VV. Va. Pittsburgh, Pa. Houston, Texas. Seattle, VVash. San Francisco, Cal. Page Two Hmizdred Thirteen 1 4 Page Two I'I1f7ld7'0d F01L7'f6E7L Aycock, Martha Sue. Aycock, Mary. Aycock, Pauline. Brumback, Louise. Brumback, Mildred. Burdick, Kathleen. Dailey, Dorothy. Harris, Jeanette. Phi Mu Founded at VVesleyan College, Macon, Georgia, 1852. Kappa Chapter of Phi Mu Installed 1908. SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Harris, Zula Mai. Hughes, Mary Eloise. Higgs, Elizabeth. Jeter, Gladys. Luten, Louise. McGill, Kennie. Monday, Mary. Nelson, Isabel. SORORES Carter CMrs.J Ella May Lotspeich. Dooley, Dorothy. Dooley, tMrs.J Mary Schriver. Duncan, Clara. Eckel, Bonnie. Eager, Mildred. Ellis, Mary. Fairchild, Elizabeth. Freeman CMrs.J Lena Rose Prince. Fritz, QMrs.J Elizabeth Sprankle. Goulfon, fMrs.j Mary Carty. Griddey, fMrs.J Rosa Hazen. Kelso, fMrs.J H. J. Beta Delta . Kappa . Xi Kappa Lambda Mu Xi . Omicron Pi . Rho Sigma Tau Upsilon Phi Chi Psi Epsilon . Iota . Omega . Beta Alpha Iota Sigma Zeta Alpha . Epsilon Alpha Eta Alpha . Eta Beta Beta Beta Beta Gamma . Zeta Beta Beta Delta Beta Epsilon . Delta Alpha . Beta Zeta Betha Theta . Parks, Anna. Penn, Frances. Porter, Ruth. Rockwell, Josephine. Simpson, Mildred. Thornton, Pauline. XVilliams, Mary. l'Vi1nnn..,:-.st IN URBE tMrs.J Ruth Dooley. Lathrop, Madden, tMrs.J Clara Oliver. .sn Ts- McDermott, CMrs.J Gladys VVillingham Phillips, tMrs.J Anna Reid. Patterson, fM1'S.J Bessie Mae Phillips, Margaret. Prince, Margaret. Post, Helen. Rieves, tMrs.J Carolyn Carty. Thomas, tMrs.J Eva Grace. VVelcher, Annette. VVilliams, Laura. CHAPTER ROLL tL-..4"- Hallin's College, Va. Newcomb College, La. ,University of Tennessee, Tenn. Daniels Southwestern University, Texas. Randolph-Macon College, Va. Brenan College, Ga. University of New Mexico, N. University of Akron, Ohio. University of Maine, Maine. Hanover College, Ind. Knox College, Ill. VVhitman College, VVash. Ohio State University, Ohio. University of Texas, Texas. University of Missouri, Mo. Adelphia College, N. Y. Millsaps College, Miss. Lawrence College, VVis. Iowa Wesleyan College, Iowa. George VVashington Univ., VVa University of Southern Californ Baker University, Kansas. Methodist University, Texas. University of California, Cal. University of Washington, VVas Colby College, Maine. New Hampshire College, N. H. University of Wisconsiri, VVis. Dickinson College, Pa. Swarthmore College, Pa. Indiana University, Ind. Syracuse University, N. Y. University of Pittsburgh, Pa. M. sh., D. ia, Cal. h. Page Two Hundred Fifteen Page Two Hzmdfed Sixteen Alpha Delta Pi Founded May 15, 1851, at Vllesleyan Female College, Macon, Ga OFFICIAL PUrs1,1c:x'1'1oi7: The Adelphean. Slacker PUBLICATION: The Chronicle COLORS: Pale Blue and Vllhite. FLOWER: Violet. ALPHA KAPPA CHAPTER Minnie Emory. Laura Barber. Alberta Lowe. Vivian Everett. 1921 1922 1923 Mary Bee VVinfrey. Gertrude Grismore. Mary Emily Fowler 1924 Carro Louis Philips. Bonny Kate Russell Janie Lewellyn. Eva Hicks. Elnora Paul. Sarah VVright. Maude Martin. Juanita VValker. Virginia Kent. Page Two Hundred .Seventeen 2 Page Two Hundrfd Eiglztcezz CHAPTER ROLL - Epsilon-Newcomb College . . Omega-Louisiana State University Lambda-Brenau College . . Omicron-Trinity College . . . Nu-Randolph-Macon VVomen's College Iota-Florida State College . . Kappa-Howard College . . . Alpha Kappa-University of Tennessee Delta--University of Texas . . Zeta-Southwestern University Tau-Kansas State University . . Alpha Gamma-University of Missouri Alpha Eta-Kansas State College Alpha Alpha-University of Colorado . Alpha Zeta-Southern Methodist University Alpha Nu-University of New iNIexico Rho-Boston University . . Alpha Delta-Colby College . Alpha Iota-University of Pittsburgh . Phi-Hanover College . . Chi-Vilittenberg College Xi-Ohio University . . Sigma-University of Illinois Theta-Lawrence College . Pi-Iowa State College . . Alpha Beta-Iowa State University Alpha Epsilon-University of Nebraska Alpha Mu-University of Wisconsin . Psi-University of California . Upsilon-VVashington State College . Alpha Theta-University of Washington Alpha Lambda-University of Oregon . Newcomb Dormitory, New Orleans, La. 4.46 North St., Baton Rouge, La. Gainesville, Ga. Durham, N. C. Lynchburg, Va. Tallahassee, Fla. Birmingham, Ala. Nashville, Tenn. ' 307 XV. 26th St., Austin, Texas. Georgetown, Texas. 1145 Louisiana St., Lawrence, Kan. Alpha Delta Pi House, Columbia, Mo. 519 N. 11th St,. Manhattan, Kan. Alpha Delta Pi House, Boulder, Colo. VVoman's Bldg., Dallas, Texas. 309 S. Broadway, Albuquerque, N. M. Boston, Mass. VVaterville, Maine. Pittsburgh, Pa. Hanover, Ind. 629 Limestone St., Springfield, Ohio. Athens, Ohio. 1106 VV. Oregon St., Urbana, Ill. Appleton, VVis. 525 VVelch Ave., Ames, Iowa. 115 E. Market St., Iowa City, Iowa. 420 S. 17th St., Lincoln, Neb. Madison, VVis. 2400 Piedmont, Berkeley, Cal. Pullman, VVash. 4554. 16th St. N. E., Seattle, VVash. Eugene, Oregon. Page Two Hmizdred Ninetedvz Page Two H1l1Zd!'Ulf Twenty I-Iarriette Arnell. Imelda Stanton. Lucille Conger. Sigma Kappa Founded, Colby College, lylaine, 3874. Alpha Delta Chapter Organized 1921. FLOW!-,R Ihe Violet. Orr1c1.xL ORGAN: Sigma Kappa Triangle. COLORS: Lavender YELL S-i-g, Sig! M-a, Ma! K-a-p, Kap! P-a, Pa! Sigma Kappa, Rah! Rah! Rah! SORORES IN FACULTATE Bernice C. Reaney, B. S., M. A. SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE and Maroon 1921 Blanche Tansil. lviary Taylor. Vayris Young. 1922 Gladys Jayne. Aunekay Tharp. 1923 Neva Buckley. Mary Swann Carroll. Anita Dodds. Alma Shaw. 1924 Hattie Carothers. Eva Miller. Mildred Riney. Kathleen Sharer. Vaughtie Carroll. Hazel Ruth Morgan. CHAPTER ROLL 'Colby College, Vvaterville, Maine. Boston University, Massachusetts. Syracuse University, New York. George VVashington University, D. C. Illinois VVesleyan University, Illinois. University of Denver, Colorado. University of California, Berkeley, Cal. University of Washington, Seattle, VVash. Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vt. University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan. Jackson College, Medford, Mass. Leland Stanford Jr. University, California Randolph-Macon Woman's College, Va. Southern Methodist University, Texas. University of Indiana, Bloomington, Ind. Oregon Agri. College, Cowallis, Ore. Rhode Island State Col., Kingston, R. I. University of Ohio, Columbus, Ohio. University of VVisconsin, Madison, Wis. University of Florida, Florida. University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Page Two Hundred Twenty-one The Gordon Fraternity Scholarship Club ln 1913, Dr. C. H. Gordon, of the faculty of the University of Tennessee, announced that he would award a loving cup to be known as the Gordon Fraternity Cup, to that chapter of a national fraternity in the University which had the highest average standing in scholarship for three terms in succession. It was stipulated that in computing averages, the standings of pledges were to be included with those of the active members. At the beginning of each term when the averages for the preceding term are announced the chapter standing highest is given possession of the cup for the current term. The chapter standing highest three terms in succession becomes the owner of the cup. The first chapter to receive the term award was the Alpha Tau Omega chapter. Sigma Phi Epsilon then led three times in succession and thus became the owner of the Hrst cup. The term award was made in succession to the following chapters: Phi Gamma Delta, Sigma Pi Epsilon, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Kappa Sigma and Sigma Chi, the last named leading three times in suc- cession, becoming thereby the owner of the second cup. The present cup, the third, has been awarded once to Sigma Chi, twice to Alpha Tau Omega and lastly to , in whose possession it temporarily rests. Thus far the chapters which have led in the contest are as follows: Sigma Chi, and Sigma Phi Epsilon, four times each, Alpha Tau Omega, three timesg Phi Gamma Delta, Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Kappa Sigma, once each. Kappa Alpha has not thus far appeared on the winning list. Following is a list of the winning chapters and their averages: 1913-191.1-First Term.. .... Alpha Tau Omega.. 79.00 Second Term.. .. .... Sigma Pi Epsilon... 79.10 1914-1915-First Term... Sigma Phi Epsilon .... .. 79.00 Second Term.. . . .... Sigma Phi Epsilon .... .. 82.20 1915-1916-First Term. .... .... P hi Gamma Delta .... .. 82.60 Second Term.. .. .... Sigma Phi Epsilon .... .. 81.50 1916-1917-First Term.. . Sigma Alpha Epsilon... . .. 81.30 Second Term.. . . .... Kappa Sigma. ..... . 78.4.0 1917-1918-First Term... Sigma Chi ..... 81.10 Second Term.. .. .... Sigma Chi ..... 81.20 1918-1919-First Term... Sigma Chi ..... 80.60 Second Term.. . . .... Sigma Chi ......... 82.10 1919-1920-First Term... 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Helen Depue. C. L. Doughty. R. M. Barnett. Nelle Bardin. L. L. Bean. Christian E. Crinkley. Mary Ewing Fergus. J. O. Andes. VV. B. Bullington. Dean M. R. McDermott. Caroline Carpenter. Aiwen. Phi Kappa Phi Founded at the University of Maine. Tennessee Chapter Organized 1899. FRATRES IN FACULTATE Lucy E. Fay. F. Franz. C. H. Gordon. T. XV. Glocker. Lena B. Henderson. L. R. Hesler. Mary Hess. C. O. Hill. C. A. Hutton. Mary C. Johnston. C. A. Keifer. J. O. Kraehenbuehl. D. R. Lee. F. C. Lowry. R. B. Lowry. J. C. McAmis. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE College of Liberal Arts Mary Lee Foster. Carl Gardner. Gladys M. Jeter. Maude Lewis. R. H. Leonard. College of Agriculture C. B. Henry. G. S. Kennedy. College of Engineering A. O. Kraehenbuehl. . . . President . . Vice-President . Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary . . . . Treasurer M. R. McDermott. R. C. Matthews. C. A. Mooers. S. T. Moreland. T. D. Morris, Registrar. J. R. Neal. C. A. Perkins. Josephine Reddish. J. A. Switzer. J. A. Thackston. C. VV. Turner. C. E. VVait. O. M. Watson. Margaret VVelles. VV. R. VVoolrich. Elizabeth Reagan. Julia Reagan. Myra Reagan. Agnes C. Vanneman. Chas. Pardue. R. VV. Swatts. C. P. Mu rray. ' VV. S. Smith. College of Law Isaac Corkland. R. B. Ginn. J. P. Reeder. Graduate R. R. Vance. HISTORY The National Society of Phi Kappa Phi was founded in 1897 as the outgrowth of a local organization at the University of Maine. The men most active in founding the Society were A. VV. Harris, President of the University of Maineg C. VV. Dabney, President of the University of Tennessee, and G. VV. Atherton, President of the State College of Pennsylvania. Their object was to encourage study in all the departments of the college or university in which a chapter should be installed. Phi Kappa Phi differs from other similar organizations in that students in all departments are eligible to membership, and not merely those who are candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Arts. There are now twenty-four chapters of Phi Kappa Phi. The Tennessee Chapter is one of the charter members of the Society, Dr. Dabney, who was at that time President of the University, having been one of the founders. The chapter has further been honored by the election of Dr. C. H. Gordon to the oflice of Treasurer-General of the national organization. An election is held twice yearly, the total number of students elected in one year being limited by the constitution to one-fourth of the graduating class. In the selection of members, consideration is given to character and participation in worthy college activitiesg but the selection is based primarily on scholarship. Page Two Hzzzzdred Twenty-fI2'e Page Two Hundred Twenty-six Phi Alpha Delta McReynolds Chartered in May of 1916. V ROSTER OF ACTIVE CHAPTER fMalcolm C. Hill, 122. Ross R. Reeder, '22, Charlie Seay, '22. ,John VV. VVilson, ,2I. VV. O. Lowe, '21. Jesse Miller, 123. ,Jesse Huggins, '21. VVayne Parkey, '22. Fleming Meek, 123. Fred VVade, 322. Myrick VVebb, I22. Dusty Darwin, '23. FRATRES IN URBE K. E. Steinmetz, Rayne Chapter. A. E. Mitchel, Marshal Chapter. R. H. Bealer, Marshal Chapter. B. H. Chesterman, jefferson Chapter. I. F. Bibb, McReyonlds Chapter. G. VV. Sutton 1VIcRevnolds Cha ter 1 . P - A. E. McKenzie, McReynold's Chapter. Leo Frantz, McReyonlds Chapter. CHAPTER ,Blackstone-Chicago Kent College of Law Story-DePau University . . Fuller-Northwestern School of Law VVebster-Chicago Law School . Marshal-University of Chicago . Ryan-University of VVisconsin Magruder-University of Illinois . Campbell-University of Michigan Garland-University of Arkansas . Hay-Western Reserve University . Benton-Kansas City Law School . Capen-Illinois VVesleyan University Hammond-University of Iowa . Chase-University of Cincinnati . VVilliams-Northwestern College of Law Repallo-New York University . Lawson-University of Missouri . Taft-Georgetown University Calhoun-Yale University . Green-University of Kansas . Jefferson-University of Virginia . Gunter-University of Colorado . Hamlin-University of Maine . Corliss-University of North Dakota Ross-University of Southern California Holmes-Leland Stanford University Temple-University of California . Staples-Washington Lee University Hughes-Denver University . . Clay-University of Kentucky . Kent-University of Idaho . . Dunbar-University of VVashington Reese-University of Nebraska . Brewer-John B. Stetson University Harland-University of Oklahoma . McReynolds-University of Tennessee Livingston-Columbia University . ALUMNI CHAPTERS ' Lum Reeder, McReynolds Chapter. XV. M. Numan, McReynolds Chapter. R. VV. Makison, McReynolds Chapter. Ralph Cates, McReynolds Chapter. Aurin Russell, McReynolds Chapter. I. R. Eagle, McReynolds Chapter. I. H. Anderson, McReynQlds Chapter. Hammond Standfield, McReynolds Chapter. ROLL . . Chicago, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Madison, VVis. Champaign, Ill. Ann Arbor, Mich. Fayetteville, Arkansas. Cleveland, Ohio. Kansas City, Mo. Bloomington, Ill. Iowa City, Iowa. Cincinnati, Ohio. Portland, Oregon. New York City, N. Y. Columbia, Mo. VVashington, D. C. New Haven, Conn. Lawrence, Kansas. Charlottesville, Va. Boulder, Col. Bangor, Maine. Grand Forks, N. Dakota. Los Angeles, Cal. I. Leland Stanford, Cal. Berkeley, Cal. Lexington, Va. Denver, Col. Lexington, Ky. Moscow, Idaho. Seattle, VVash. Lincoln, Neb. DeLand, Florida. Norman, Oklahoma. . . Knoxville, Tenn. New York City, N. Y. Alumni Chapter of Chicago, Ill., 1911. Alumni Chapter of Cincinnati, Ohio, 1912. Alumni Chapter of Portland, Ore., 1911. Alumni Chapter of Grand Forks, N. Dak., 1913. Alumni Chapter of New York, 1911. Alumni Chapter of San Francisco, Cal., 1913. ,Alumni Chapter of VVashington, D. C., 1911. Alumni Chapter of Milwaukee, Wis., 1915. Alumni Chapter of Kansas City, Mo., 1912. Alumni Chapter of Denver, Col., 1916. ,Alumni Chapter of Los Angeles, Cal., 1912. Alumni Chapter of Indianapolis, Ind., 1917. Page Two Himdred Twe1-Ltjv-seven Page Two Hundred Twenty-eight Phi Delta Phi FRATRES IN URBE Anderson Dexter Albright. John Reinold Bender. George Dana Brabson. john Lawson Greer. Ray Howard Jenkins. VVesley Travis Kennerly. Ernest Lee Koty. William Baxter Lee. Hugh Barton Lindsey. Charles Rodgers Morse. John Randolph Neal. James Harrison Norton. William Hiram Peters, Jr I. Pike Powers, Jr. Edward T. Sanford. John Minnis Thornburgh. Charles Willard Turner. Harry Evans Ward. Daniel C. VVebb. William Dudley Wright. ' FRATRES IN FACULTATE John Reinold Bender, A. B., M. A., LL. B. Prof. John Randolph Neal, A. B., LL. B., Ph. D. John Minnis Thornburgh, A. B., LL. B. Prof. Charles VVillard Turner, A. B., M. A. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Graduate Departments John Reinold Bender. Gordon Parks Hyatt. 1921 Marion Speed Boyd. 1922 John Lawson Greer. Kenneth Maxey Gresham. Nathaniel Baxter Key. Harry Drinnen Moreland. Wilbur VVilson Piper. 1923 Leon Jourolmon, Ir. Robert Hobart Leonard. Walter Wadlington, Ir. G. H. Gallaher, Ir. Hunter Lane. Charles Rodgers Morse. Myers Edgar Hartman. John David Reddick. James Pryer Reeder, Ir. Ira Grant Sloan. Harry Evans Ward. Con E. Troutman. Palmer Janes. Milton Davenport. Frank Davenport. John A. Mitchell. Page Two Hmzdred Tweutg mug Page Two Hundred Thirty Alpha Zeta Agricultural Honor Fraternity. Founded at Ohio State University, 1897. Morgan Chapter Organized 19i2. COLORS: Mode and Sky Blue. FLOWER: Pink Carnation. BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY Morgan, H. A., B. S. A. VVillson, C. A., M. S. A. Allred, C. E., M. S. VVatson, O. M., B. S. A. BROTHERS IN THE DIVISION OF EXTENSION Hutton, C. A. ' Hardin, D. T. McAmis, J. C. BROTHERS IN ACTIVE CHAPTER Swatts, R. VV. Henry, C. B. Atkins, S. VV. Kerr, E. A. Pardue, C. T. Kennedy, G. S, Myers, A. C. Gilmore, T. R. CHAPTER ROLL Ohio State University. Pennsylvania State College. Cornell University. University of Illinois. Michigan A. and M. College. University of Nebraska. New Hampshire A. and M. College. North Carolina A. and M. College. University of Minnesota. University of Vermont. Iowa State University. University of Wisconsin. Bell, J. I. VVilmot, R. I. Lawhon, R. Bullington, VV. E. Summers, G. G. Vvalker, T. VValker, O. D. Love, H. R. University of Colorado. University of Maine. University of Missouri. Vlfashington State College. Purdue University. Kansas A. and M. College. University of North Dakota University of California. Kentucky State University. University of Tennessee. University of Georgia. Louisiana State University. Oklahoma A. and M. College. Page Two Hundred Tlnltg one l 3 4 1 1 1 , Page Two Hufzdrcd Tl1i1'ty-two Pi Delta Epsilon FACULTY CPledgedJ Dr. Charles Bell Burke. l john Anderson Ayres. FRATRES IN URBE Walter VVilliam Lewis. John Edwin McGee. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Post Graduate Class john Lawson Greer. ' james Pryor Reeder, Ir. Charles Rodgers Morse. Robert Roy Vance. 1921 Robert Marrs Barnett. Robert Hobart Leonard. Lawrence Lytton Bean. Charles Read Mcllwaine. Walter Griffith Davies, I Arthur Carter Myers. Carl R. Gardner. Charles Grady Nlynatt. Leon Iourolmon. Ir. McGregor Smith. Earl Alexander Kerr. james Benton Stewart. Charles Hoffa Lake. VValter jesse VVadlington, Jr. 1922 Roy Edgar Bell. George Ansell Mooers. Thomas Jefferson VValker, Jr. . Frank Henry VVaterhouse. Page Two Hzzvzdrea' Tlrirty-three Page Two Hn: SCARABBEAN SENIOR SOCIETY DR. HESLER. DR. NEAL. PROP. LEWIS. R. M. BARNETT. MCGREGOR SMITH. L. L. BEAN. zdred Thirty four E. A. KERR. CH,-xs. MCILWAINE. CARL GARDNER. C. G. MYNATT. W. N. DIETZEN. PAGE WOODARD. Tau Kappa Alpha Intercollegiate Honorary Debating and Oratorical Fraternity Alabama. Arkansas. Bethany. Butler. I Cincinnati. Clark. Colorado. Denver. Dickenson. Emory and Hen ry. Harvard. Indiana. Kentucky. Lafayette. Laurance. Leonard, R. H. Long, I. B. Odom, B. H. Cohn, F. G. Gentry, Curtis. Owen, R. W. CHAPTER ROLL Louisiana. Miami. Mississippi. Monmouth. Montana. Muskingum. New York. North Carolina. Occidental. Ohio. Oregon. Pennsylvania. Purdue. Randolph-Macon. Oflicial Organ-"THE SPEAKER." COLLEGIATE ROLL Hartman. Lee, Dr. D. R. ALUMNI Lambden, J. R. Fowler, Hornsby. Fowler, I. A., Ir. Miller, R. R. Rhode Island. Richmond. St. Lawrence. South Dakota. Southern California. Southern Methodist. Tennessee. Trinity. Utah. K Vanderbilt. Vermont. VVabash. Washington. Westminster. Gloeker, Dr. T. W. Ross, C. C. Malone, E. H. Clayton, I. R. Stout, R. H. Page Two Hundred Thirty-five 4 5 5 Z Page Two Hundred Thirty-sin: C. R. Morse. C. B. BURKE. D. R. LEE. C. R. MORSE . BLANCHE TANSIL . H. H. BAKER . VV. A. MCTEER CARL G.ARDNER B. E. DossE1-1 . IMELDA S1uxN'roN Donald Bain. H. H. Baker. W. H. Bamberg. Nelle Hardin. R. M. Barnett. L. L. Bean. W. B. Benson. VV. C. Cobb. Isaac Corkland. Frank Davenport. H. S. Dean. M. L. Deitch. B. E. Dossett. Carl Gardner. Jeanne Garth. R. E. Ginn. 1918-' 1919 Alpha Phi Epsilon MEMBERS IN FACULTY T. W. GLOCKER. I. D. HosK1Ns. J. R. NEAL. I. T. PORTER. H. H. AIKEN. P, HE55, STUDENT MEMBERS J. L. Greer. M. E. Hartman. L. P. Herd. Mary Horner. L. F. Hurley. C. M. jones. Leon Iourolmon. B. A. Kerr. Louise Kinzel. D. P. Langford. Maude Lewis. R. H. Leonard. I. B. Long. Alberta Lowe. VV. A. McTeer. National President . . President Vice-President . . Secretary . . . Treasurer . National Councilman Chairman Program Committee A. C. Myers. I. P. Reeder, Ir. G. B. Schaeffer. Robert Sharp. Hattie Simmons. I. G. Sloan. Imelda Stanton. Blanche Tansil. R. P. Taylor. R. R. Vance. Fred Wade. l T. I. Walker, Ir. H. E. VVard. F. H. Waterhouse. Frederick VVest. CHAPTER ROLL The University of Alabama. Alabama Polytechnic Institute. Emory . University. Howard College. The University of Mississippi. Richmond College. Southwestern Presbyterian University. Stetson University. The University of Tennessee., -Center College. Maryville College. Millsaps College. Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College. l92O'ThC University of Arkansas. 1 92 1-Beth any College. The University of Florida. Rollins College. The University of Southern California. The University of Texas. Page Two Hundred Tlmty sez en F r 3 Page Two Hundred Thirty-eight The Lanier Club N Sigma Upsilon ASSOCIATE MEMBERS . Faculty Dr. Charles Bell Burke. Dr. james Douglas Bruce. Prof. Harry Henderson Clark. Prof. james Dickason Hoskins. Prof. Charles A. Keffer. Students Henry Bobbitt Aikin. VValter Edward Bullington. Allison Boone Breeden. Albert Lyle Chavannes. John Lawson Greer. Everett Spurgeon Holland. Leon Iourolmon, Jr. ACTIVE MEMBERS Post Graduate Class Charles Rodgers Morse. Robert Marrs Barnett. Lawrence Lytton Bean. Samuel Luttrell Akers. William Crosby Cobb. Joseph Bowerman Long. 1921 1922 1923 Prof. Charles Willard Turner. Prof. Gordon Mansir Bentley. Prof. Willis Raymond Woolrich. Dr. james Temple Porter. Robert Hobart Leonard. William Oscar Lowe. Wilbur VVilson Piper. Joseph Curtis Powell. Lee Morris Ragsdale. James Pryor Reeder, Jr. Harry Evans Ward. Robert Roy Vance. Carl R. Gardner. Walter Jesse Vlfadlington, Jr. George Ansell Mooers. James Tarwater Wright. Harry Caffee W7atkin. Page Two Hmzdred Thirty-nivze Page Two W. C. Cobb. G. I. Baker. Genevieve Shea. Blanche Tansil. Nell Barden. C. R. Morse. Carl Gardner. Hzmdrcd Forty Theta Alpha Phi--Dramatic Founded December Thirty-first, 1920. ROLL R. M. Barnett. Dr. C. B. Burke R. R. Vance. H. S. Dean. E. S. Holland. J. T. Wright. , .,.':. ag X 1. E. L? 3?- W , WM 2 f L 'I - X I I 5 i All Students' Club Oflicers JAMES B. STEWART ......... IEANIE GAIfz'1'H Ion B. LONG . CHAS. MCILWAINE , Page Two Hundred Forty-two President Vice-President Secretary Treasu rer The All Students' Club 'The All-Students' Club was organized in the Spring Term of the year 1919 and 1920 to meet a growing want for an organization which could represent the feeling of the student body and furnish a means of presenting to the faculty the students' point of View on questions of general interest. The need for such a club has been felt from time to time by the student body but the fact that no place existed where the student body could meet as a unit was felt to be a great handicap. However, with the increased enrollment this year and last year the need for such an organization became imperative. The constitution and by-laws of the club were drawn up by a group of leading Seniors from the Class of 1920 and the plans, having been cordially approved by the administrative coun- cil, were put under way at once. The method of electing ofhcers is a rather laborious process but was designed to effectually eliminate "politics" from the election. The first president was "Chink" Lowe, ex-captain U. S. Marines, and U. T. Footface, who did much to cement the organization together and get the club on a working basis. Under Mr. Lowe's leadership the club fostered the organization of the Overall Club, de- signed to combat the H. C. L. The club also took up the question of the Blanket Tax for Pub- lications and Athletics and the question was hotly debated and no acceptable tax system was arrived at. The All-Students voted to accept the constitution of the Students' Honor Union of the University of Tennessee drawn up by a committee from the Senior Class, Scarabbeans, Y. M. C. A., and Y. VV. C. A. The officers of the club for the present scholastic year elected last Spring are: President-I. B. Stewart. Vice-President-Miss Jeanie Garth. Secretary-Chas. R. Mcllwaine. Treasurer--Io. B. Long. During the football season 1920-21 the All-Students' Club was a splendid medium through which to reach the first year men and bring them out to "pep" meetings. Mr. Stewart, as presi- dent of the All-Studentls Club, did some splendid work in organizing mass meetings and in devis- ing ways of instilling school spirit into the student body. He gathered about him a group of leading students from the various colleges and through them organized the colleges into real "rooting" forces. The mass meeting preceding the Vanderbilt game was, in the opinion of every- one, the most successful mass meeting of that season or of any previous year. The president, in an effort to raise funds to send out a group of HU. T. Boosters" this year conceived the idea of presenting certain high grade entertainment features to the student body and as a result three performances of Marian Owns' Marionettes were given. These shows were perhaps as high class as any Marionette shows that have visited Knoxville. A dance was given at the Cherokee Country Club by the All-Students' Club and was voted a big success. Page Two Hundred Forty-three The Field Day held VVednesday and Thursday, March 16th and 17th, was perhaps the biggest thing ever attempted by the All-Students, Club. The idea of getting a holiday to be utilized by the student body in completing the Shield-VVatkins Athletic field was conceived by Jim Stewart and the permission and support of the faculty obtained. The work of organization was put in the hands of McGregor Smith, Senior Engineer. Through the efforts of Mr. Smith the College of Enginering did all preliminary surveying and staking off of the field. The colleges and classes were organized under captains and the necessary tools were obtained from various constructing concerns in Knoxville. The Aluminum Company of America at Maryville, Tenn., furnished a carload of picks and shovels. The students assembled on Shield-VVatkins field at Szoo a. m. Wednesday and work began with a rush. Practically the entire student body turned out to assist in this work. Ditches were dug, tile laid, the track laid out and grading work on gridiron and diamond begun. Luncheon was served by the "Co-eds" on the new concrete stadium. All the food was donated by Knoxville concerns and a great abundance of t'grub" was served to the tired workers at noon. Moving pictures of the work were made during the day to show the progress being made. It was seen that the work could not be completed in one day whereupon the faculty through Dean Hoskins, who had rendered Yeoman service all day, agreed to declare a holiday the follow- ing day if the students would return to work until noon. The boys voted unanimously to do this and on Thursday morning work was resumed. The cinder track was completed Thursday, the remaining drainage tile laid, leaving the field practically completed. The accomplishment of this one thing should be justification enough for the existence of the All-Students' Club. Under the present wage scale a conservative estimate would place the value of work done by the students at close to S4.,ooo.oo. Too much credit cannot be given to the people of Knoxville who supported the work so loyally and who assisted so practically by the donations of food, and the furnishing of trucks and teams. Membership in the All-Students' Club is bestowed upon every student when he matriculates in the University. There are no dues and the only obligation placed upon him is a moral one- that of doing his part towards the pushing of those things which are to benefit the student body and are for the best interests of the University. The avowed purpose of the All-Students' Club is to do all possible to increase school spirit and foster the ideals and traditions of the University. For an organization as yet so young the All-Students' Club may well point with pride to the achievements of the past year-a year full of activities successfully accomplished, a year of in- creased spirit, a year in which our football team received unparalleled support. The All-Students' Club IS TENNESSEE! Page One Hundred Forty-f0ur pa,zp'm1H ami sind any-61.1051 2 if I 2 2 , Page Two Hmzdred Forty sin' WV. LITZ B. l'IENRY J. VVALRER A. KERR I. BELL G. SUMMERS C. MYERS . N. SMITH . VV. LITZ C. MYERS . VV. ROBINSON N. SMITH . G. SDMMERS Agricultural Club OFFICERS First Term Second Term Third Term . President . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer . . Critic . Sergeant-at-Arms President Vice-President . . Critic , Sergeant-at-Arms President Vice-President . . Critic . Sergeant-at-Arms MEMBERS Adams, D. P. Fain, F. H. Kerr, E. A. Allen, F. D. Guthrie, T. E. McGuire, T. M. Atkins, S. VV. Gilmore, T. R. Moss, I. E. Anderson, ll. L. Gorham. Parks, I. E. Baker, R. E. Hart, C. R. Meyers, A. C. Boone, A. C. Hitch, VV. N. Pollock, F. F. Bell, R. F.. Huffman, J. C. Smith, O. N. Bell, I. I. Hill, C. O. Smith, E. T. Barnett, T. A. Hazelwood, B. P. Summers, G. G. Brown, C. M. Holmes, I. E. Sealand, E. M. Carleton, H. Henry, C. B. Topping, I. D. Chase, T. G. Hickey, R. S. Vandiver, I. L. Chalker, F. A. Lawhon, A. M. VVilmot, R. I. F Davis, F. May, M. E. VValker, T. I. Dumas, E. McKensie, L. I. VVhite, F. VV. Daniels, L. C. Purdue, C. T. Nicholson, I. Freeman, B. G. Litz, A. VV. Robinson, C. VV. Fisher, VV. B. Lane, tl. B. Patton, A. C. Finney, John. Love, H. R. Page Two Hundred Fo1'r3'-sczwi AGRICULTURAL CLUB Tennessee's Dairy Cattle Judging Team The volunteer state was represented at the National Dairy Show by a stock judging team this year. This is the first time Tennessee has ever participated in a contest of National char- acter. It was held in the Amphitheater at the Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois, October 9th, 1920. The team included: Glenn G. Summers, Franklin, Tenn. Granvil S. Kennedy, Knoxville, Tenn. A. Carter Myers, Greenville, Tenn. H. R. Love, alternate, Bells, Tenn. Prof. C. E. VVylie, Coach. Twenty-one state agricultural colleges entered the contest. The rank of the various teams was as follows: Kansas. Connecticut. Iowa. South Dakota. Kentucky New Hampshire Indiana. South Carolina. Pennsylvania. New jersey. Missouri. Minnesota. Tennessee. New York fCornellj Maryland. Nebraska. Massachusetts. North Carolina Wisconsin. Ohio. Washington. Page Two Hmzdmd Forty mme 'U Q UQ rn 'Nl E Q F 5 PS Q. E? N1 3 i A. O. KRJXEIIENBUEHL W. G. DAVIES, JR. . M. S. GAGLE . MCG. SMITH . VV. G. DAv1Es . C. O. CRUMP . H. B. FARMER . R. E. GIBSON . H. B. Farmer. C. E. Thompson. L. H. Harrell. W. D. Addington. W. F. Ashburn. W. S. Smith. R. E. Gray. R. N. Dulaney. H. H. Nassu. J. A. E. L. S. N. H. O. A. O J. R. I. H. H. B. J. T. Robt. S. R. H. L. Thrasher. Crump. McPherson. Hansen. Kraehenbuehl. Lowery. Howlett. Kohler. Adams. Garland. Woods. Key. E. G. McConnell. F. C. Paris. C.O Crump. The Engineering Society FIRST TERM SECOND TERM MEMBERS H. B. Terry. L. F. Moore. R. R. Harmon. R. E. Gibson. C. Dietz. I. M. Henderson. VV. H. Newson. R. H. Crowell. Neil Boggess. K M. L. Macon. C. C. VVilson. VV. J. Bible. B. Sheppard. I. B. Mankin. I. S. Berry. H. A. Schubert. F. V. Patrick. T. R. Maines. P. W. Hoffabert. D. C. Brooks. MCL. Roberts. F. C. Argubreit. I. C. Emory. Howard. . President . . Vice-President . Secretary-Treasurer Orange and White Reporter . President . . Vice-President . Secretary-Treasurer Orange and VVhite Reporter E. Eubanks. H. M. Richardson J. C. Susong. I. V. Risley. S. E. Myrick. B. R. McBath. C. M. Braden. B. D. Hillard. R. M. Condra. I. L. VValler. S. L. Breeden. A. B. Sheppard. VV. G. Davies. C. C. Fisher. C. I. Murray. D. M. Beaman. L. H. Richmond. McGregor Smith. Shea. james Comfort. G. R. Bryan. I. T. Sanders. H. N. Jernigan. R. P. Scott. Page Two Hrmzll-ed Fifty one Knights of St. Patrick VV. G. DAVIES, JR. ' C. J. MURRAY. S. L. BREEDEN. A. O. KROKENBUEHL J. T. ADAMS, MCGREGOR SMITH. T. R. MAINAS. W. S. SMITH. L. R. RICHMOND. D. M. BEAMAN. P. I. TINKLER. J. A. MORRIS. Pago Two Hzuzdfed Fifty-two The Chancellors Honor Fraternity, membership highest grades, or three, if less than their Junior year. All members of nessee bar are admissable each year. Founded in 1918-19x9. limited to ten per cent of the Senior Law .Class having thirty constitute the class. Members elected at the end of the law faculty, and one prominent member of the Ten- FRATRES IN FACULTATE Judge Charles Willard Turner. John A. Ayers. Dr. john Randolph Neal. Irvin S. Saxton. Judge Edward T. Sanford. Karl Ed. Steinmetz. Leon Jourolmon, Esq. Cdeceasedj. Charles A. Morse. John M. Thornburg. Dean Malcolm McDermott. FRATRES IN URBE ET UNIVERSITATE Honorary--judge H. M. Tate, Gen. W. T. Kennerly, judge D. C. WVebb. 1918-A. D. Albright, B. R. VVinnick. I9I91H. T. Robinson, J. L. YVhitaker, VV. C. Anderson lex-service, ,2OD. 1920-R. H. jenkins, C. R. Morse, Fisher Neal. 1921-J. L. Greer, Isaac Corkland, R. E. Ginn. 192 1-H. E. VVard. Page Two Hundred Fifty-three Page Two Hundred Fifty-four U. T. Chemical Society The U. T. Chemical Society was organized December I, IQZO, by a group of upper-classmen in the Chemistry Department. The membership of this organization is limited to those students who intend to make chemistry their profession. The purpose of the organization is to bring before its members, from time to time, men of the chemical world who can lecture on the different chemical processes in use in our industries today. As a further means of getting acquainted with the chemical industry, visits will be made to the different factories of Knoxville whose work involves chemical processes. OFFICERS G. E. MCCONNELL . C. C. VVILSON VV. H. lVlAT'l'HEWS . F. C. ARGUBRIGPIT . F. C. Argubright. C. B. Alexander. I. A. Artz. G. E. McConnell. C. M. Emory. MEMBERSHIP W. B. Lowery. . President. fl. Vice-President it Secretary .. Treasurer i A. D. Gray. L. H. Harrell. W. H. Matthews. M. K. Vvalton. C. C. Wilson. Page Two Hundred Fifty-fi'Ue Q 1 1 w i Page Two Hundfezi Fifty-B'i.v Personnel of Glee Club C. C. WILSON . ........ . . President W. I. WADLINGTON . ...... Business Manager FIRST TENORS Ioe B. Long, Harry XVatking VV. C. Goughnour, VV. D. Addington, Neil Goodwin SECOND TENORS . C. C. VVilsong R. E. Mooney, jr., H. H. Horton, VV. E. Zucharillag C. R. Morse, joe Parksg, james Comfort, Henry Carlton, Harold Carlton, L. F. Moore, C. H. Lake, E. N. VVomack. BARITONES VV. J. 'Wadlingtong Sam Myrickg H. C. Conleyg Fred Thaxtong L. L. Bean, JZiClC-B. Tate. BASSES Marcus Nickerson, L. I. McKenzie, Garnett Morrisong T. O. Barnett, F. W. Wcigelg H. C. Howard, A. C. Nlyersg I. E. Stanfillg I. A. Fowler. UNIVERSITY QUARTET ' Neil Godwin, First Tenor, joe B. Long, Second Tenor, W. J. VVadlington, Baritoneg Marcxls Nickerson, Bass. QUARTET Joe Parks, First Tenor, Henry Carlton, Second Tenor, S. E. Myrick, 'Baritoneg Garnett Morrison, Bass. V DOUBLE QUARTET - Godwin and Goughnour, First Tenorsg Long and VVatkin, Second Tenorsg Myrick and VVadlington, Baritonesg Nickerson and VVeigel, Basses. STRING QUARTET - Comfort, Parks, Harmon, and Gray. Page Two Hzmdred Fiftyeseveu 1 4 Page Two Hundred Fifty-eight 'Members of the Educational Club MAUDE K. LEWIS . EARL A. KERR . . JOSEPHINE E. ROCKWELL C . ARTHUR D. GRAY . . NELLE BARDIN . Batey, Annie. Bardin, Nelle. Bowers, Helen. Carrol, Mary Swan. Clark, Dr. Harry. Cook, Iva Dill. Dean, Horace S. Delpeuch, Albert. Dodson, Flora Mai. gf Easterly, Lueile. Fergeson, Mary Ewing. A Gray, Arthur D. OFFICERS MEMBERS . . President . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Program Chairman Publicity Chairman Hahn, Miss M. L. Holland, Mr. E. S. Horner, Maxie. Kerr, Earl A. Lauterminche, Marshall. Lewis, Maude K. Moulton, Morse. Orr, Robert. Pair, Estelle. Regan, Elizabeth. -ii Regan, Julia. Regan, Myra. Page Two Hrmdred Fifty--nine Page Two Hundred Sixty Membership of the "Masonic Club" C. E. Allred. I. R. Bender. G. lNl. Bentley. C. E. Brehm. I. P. Buck. H. H. Clark. W. M. Clevenger. C. L. Doughty. O. J. Dynes. E. H. Essary. C. E. Ferris. N. F. Fitzgerald. F. D. Garrison. C. H. Gordon. R. P. Hite. C. A. Hutton. C. A. Keffer. W. O. Kirkman. D. R. Lee. Walter Lewis. W. O. Lockhart. C. E. Lowry. R. C. Matthews. W. H. Mclntyre. H. A. Morgan. C. A. Morse. I. R. Neal. V. L. Nicholson. L. A. Richardson. I. VV. Sprowls. C. VV. Turner. O. M. Watson. C. A. Willson. O. D. Walker. J. P. Vvoodard. C. B. Alexander. T. W. Allison. Henry Anderson. R. L. Bass. E. T. Bell. B. B. Bird. A. N. Boyd. A. B. Breeden. S. L. Breeden. Robert Campbell. E. H. Daugette. I. B. Dickenson. f B. E. Dossett. A. A. Fisher. J. A. Fowler. S. B. Godsey. O. P. Henry. E. A. Kerr. E. G. McConnell. VV. R. McConnell J. Q. McDonald. VV. A. McTeer. J. A. Mitchell. C. H. Moneyhun. L. Z. Morris. C. R. Morse. C. J. Murray. I. R. Odell. L. L. Osteen. R. G. Parkes. I. D. Reddick. VValter Ross. L. F. Russell. R. P. Scott. B. M. Sealand, Jr o. N. Srhith. I. E. Stanfill. ' R. B. Striegel. S amuel Tho rnbu rgli J. O. VanTree. G. R. Walker. Page Two IIll7ltZ'7Zt1' .Szrtg one Page Two Hu: L. F. HURLEY. R. M. BARNETT. S. E. MYRICK. H. H. BAKER. zdrcd Sixty-two Honor Council E. A. KERR. CARL GARDNER E. O. CRUMP. A. D. GRAY. Women Students' Government Association OFFICERS VIARGARET MCCOWN . . . President HARRIETTE ARNELL . Vice President RUTH Pomak . ....... Secretary Imelda S. Naunton Gladys Jeter. Mary Taylor. Margaret Dickey. Oda Millet. Helen Dahnke. Louise Rogers. Miss Carpenter. Miss Frisbie. Margaret McCo'wn. Harriette Arnell. Ruth Porter. STUDENT COMMITTEE i Bess Swaffors. Annie Clark Davis. Aniva Dodds. Margaret Smith. Camilla Boyd. Maude Lewis. Charlyne Harris. ADVISORY COUNCIL Mrs Ayres. Nina Moore. Dorothy Dailey. Imelda S. Naunton Page Two H1md1ed Szxty three Tennessee Philatelic Society OFFICERS ALBERT DELPEUCH . . . . . President MRS. KRITZ . . Vice-President P. W. IRELAND . . . Secretary-Treas-urer MEMBERS Donald Bain. . C. C. Fisher. C. R. Morse. Page Two Hundred Sixty-fo1.1r Red Headed Club Two Hundred Sixty Polk County Club Names as appearing on photograph: Lowry. Lyle. Swanson. H. Hyatt. Taylor. Barnes. Center. R. McConnell. Sullivan. P. Hyatt. Russell Hutchins. E. McConnell. Pariss. - OFFICERS EARLE G. MCCONNELL . . . . . President G. PARKS HY'ATT . Vice-President LAKE F. RUSSELL Secretary C. F. LOWRY . . Treasurer ALBERT.A HUTCIIINS . Sponsor Page Two Hzmdred S1'.rt3'-si.v QQ. 2, Savannah Institute Club OFFICERS ' E. A. KERR . . . . . President LOUISE ROGERS . . . Vice-President L. F. HURLEY . . . . . Secretary FRED WADE ......... . Treasurer MEMBERS , . T. O. Barnett. . . Berry. L. F. Hurley. Fred VVade. J. I. Bell. E. A. Kerr. Louise Rogers. VV. E. Lack. P. A. Counce. V Franklin County Club OFFICERS Miss ELIZABETH A. CARMACK . -. '. . MR. ROBERT P. Scorr . . . . . . President . Vice-President MR. JOHN S. FANDRICH ........ Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Bass, R. Leslie. Crownover, Hal. Gunn, James H. Smith, Persell. Brannan, Horace F. Eichenberger, Oscar R. Mankin, James B. Spaulding, james H. Brown, Charles M. Fandrich, John S. Powell, Frank. Tillett, Wista L. Carmack, Elizabeth A. Gifford, John Archie. Scott, Robert P. Walton, Maynard K. Womack, Eugene. Page Two Hmzdred Sixty-.rcvJe1z OBIO N COUNTY CLUB Maury County Club WILLIAM LAWRENCE ALEXANDER MARY LEE Fosrsx . . KATIE B. AKIN JOHN W. FINNEY . . OFFICER S MEMBERS Flora Mai Dodson. Marietta Sowell. William Burns. Luther Letsinger. Iva Delle Cook. Page Two H1411d1'0d Sisrty-eiglzt Corinne Pender. Leslie Letsinger. James Anderson. Casto Morrison. Earl Hayes. . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer Henry Morton. Carol Evans. Williamson County Club D. C. BROOKS . . ..... . President H. H. HORTON . . . . Vice-President I. S. REYNOLDS . . .... Secretary I. H. Henderson John Covington. Carl Gardner. E. T. Smith. Robert Holt. Beasley Overbey. Glenn Summers. C. VV. Robinson. R. M. Barnett. J. H. Howlett. Andrew Ring. Miss F. Adkerson. it Blount County Club WILL A. MCTEER .... President K. H. RUETER . . . . . Vice-President L. H. RICHMOND . . . . Secretary Chas. A. Donaghy. Wallace Harrison. T. R. Haddox. A. D. Smith. C. S. Mc-lunkins. A. H. Staley. Page Two Hundred Sixty-11ine KNOX COUNTY CLUB Anderson County Club F. A. Argubright. I. Lyman Fowler. Charles Cross, Alvin Hendrickson. Earl Cross. Page Two Hmzdred Seventy Earl Miller. Robert S. Longmire 952+ WEAKLY COUNTY CLUB JULIA REAGAN MA'2c'xRET DIQKEY . IRA SIOAN . . Hugh Burns. Neil Boggiss. Myra Reagan. I. C. Powell. A. B. Breeden. Estes Kefauver. Lock Johnson. Tri-County TRI-COUNTY OFFICERS MCMINN COUNTY Elizabeth Reagan MEIGS COUNTY S. T.. Breeden. MONROE COUNTY Margaret Dickey President Viee-President . . Secretary-Treasurer julia Reagan. John Murphy. Harry Ward. S. B. Godsey. J. F. Davis. Joseph Cobble. Ira Sloan. Page Two Hundred Seventy-0112 THE FRIENDSHIP COUNCIL Young Men's Christian Association OFFICERS W. G. DAVIES, IR. . . . . . President ROBERT M. BARNETT . . Vice-President WILLIAM R. HAMILTON . . Recording Secretary TOM R. ROBINSON . . Student Treasurer O. N. SMITH . . . . .' General Secretary COUNCIL W. G. Davies, Jr. Robert M. Barnett. William R. Hamilton. W. L. Alexander. John Finney. A. D. Gray. Page Two Hfmidred Sezfemy-two O. N. Smith. Burgin Dossett. Will A. McTeer. Leon Iourolmon. Joe B. Long. ' George Mooers. E. A. Kerr. Z E S a 3 z Page Two Hundred Se1J211ty-three 007.1 36174 .9,fp1uzH SP 1110!-.fgzzzma Young Womeifs Christian Association NINA MOORE . DoRo'rHY DAILY MARY E. ITERGUS . MARY HORNER M.'NRY LEE Fos'rnR . CABINET . . President First Vice-President Second Vice-President . . Secretary Treasurer CABINET CI-IAIRMEN Helen Dahnk, Social Service. Christina Crinkley, Convention. Agnes Vanneman, Missionary. Annie Clark Davis, Social. Mrs. C. E. VVaite. Miss C. Carpenter. Miss N. Crooks. Mrs. H. A. Morgan. Mfsjc. A. Wilson. Anne Bogle, Bible Study. Maude Lewis, Program. l'vIa1'jorie Newsome, Room. Nlary Taylor, Publicity. ADVISORY BOARD Mrs. G. VV. Grove. Mrs. H. L. Lott. Mrs. VV. O. Link. Mrs. T. A. VVright. Birs. james Maynard. Mrs. Eugene VVebb. Page Two Hundred 5ez'e1zty-Jive 1 1 4 l HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Debating Council l 1 a l Alumni Members Faculty Members judge Hugh Tate. Dr. T. W. Glocker. Judge john R. Neal. Student Members Howard H. Bakery Burgin E. Dossett. Dr. David R. Lee. Page Two Hmqdred Seventy-sefuen Q a Page Two Hll1ld7'F!f Se'z'el1,ty-eiglzt President . Vice-President . Critic . Secretary . . Treasurer . O. and YV. Reporter Editor Crescent . Sergeant-at-Arms President . Vice-President . Critic . Secretary . . Treasurer . O. and VV. Reporter Editor Crescent . 'Sergeant-at-Arms Chi Delta Founded 1837 OFFICERS Editor to Volunteer, L. F. FIRST TERM. R. E. Ginn. Fred Vllest. R. H. Leonard. H. F. Atkins. YV. A. McTeer. S. F. Fowler. VV. C. Cobb. L. F. Hurley. THIRD TERM. VV. A. McTeer. R. P. Taylor. R. H. Leonard. B. S. Holland. VV. H. Bamberg. S. F. Fowler. ,I R. Alexander. SECOND TERM. R. H. Leonard. B. E. Dossett. VV. C. Cobb. P. VV. Ireland. NV. A. McTeer S. F. Fowler. E. S. Holland. L. F. Hurley. FOURTH TERM. B. E. Dossett. L. B. Barnes. R. P. Taylor. L. F. Hurley. I. A. Pritchett. B. S. Holland. H. B. Broome. I. A. Pritchett. F. L. Headden Hurley. The Chi Delta Literary Society has completed a very successful year of literary work, having placed four men out of a possible six on the inter-collegiate debating team, and having accom- plished a number of other things of literary merit. The society has one victory to its credit on the debating cup offered by the Tau Kappa Alpha honorary debating fraternity, and is working to win the other two victories necessary for winning the cup. A Chi Delta representative won the Dr. john R. Neal oratorical medal last year, and the society will be well represented in the contest this year. Regular joint meetings were held with the Thalia, the girls' literary society. These meet- ings were very successful as the programs were excellent, and then an attractive feature of the meetings was the social hour after the program which was terminated by serving refreshments. The meetings were held in the Y. M. C. A. Auditorium. All of the members are looking for- ward with a great deal of pleasure to the time when they may move into their new room in Ayres Hall. H. F. Atkins. B. E. Dossett. R. E. Ginn. Fred Gibbs. D. B. Hendrix. Deslie Herd. W. A. McTeer. VV. W. Piper. Fred West. L. F. Hurkey. R. P. Taykor. F. L. Headden ROLL WV. H. Bamberg. L. L. Bean. E. S. Holland. Fred VVade. F. H. VVate rhouse. M. L. Deich. P. A. Counce. H. D. Gray. I. A. Pritchett. P. VV. Ireland. S. L. Beatty. - L. E. Barnes. W. R. Blackard. Lake Russell. Richard Alexander. R. H. Lenard. W. Durbin. H. B. Broome. S. F. Fowler. F.. A. Kerr. C. R. lVIorse. I. G. Sloan. Page Two Hundred Seventy-1ii11e i K I L Page Two Hmzclred Eighty Philo The road that Philo has travelled for the last few years has been rocky indeed but now it looks as though the society is on its feet again to stay. Philo numbers among its members some of the most prominent students in school. In every way Philo is holding her own with other literary societies in school. This year Philo has three of its members who are members of the Tau Kappa Alpha Honorary Debating Fraternity. It also has two of its members on the Interscholastic Triangular Debate. Ten of its members are members of the Alpha Phi Epsilon Honorary Literary Fraternity. Philo has a band of earnest workers and great things are expected for next year, when Philo hopes to occupy almost palatial quarters in Ayres Hall. FRANK DAVENPORT E. G. TARRY' . GEO. SHAEFFER JOE DULANEY . CARL GARDNER T. W. VVALKER. CECIL JONES . H. H. BAKER . JOHN FANDRICH HENRX' CARLTON OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR First Term Second Term . President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer . President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer . . . . . Critic Reporter to the Orange and White Page Two Hvzmdred Eighty-one Triangular Debate Tennessee, South Carolina, Florida Subject: "Resolved that the Smith-Towner Bill should be enacted." Joe B. Long and H. H. Baker argued the negative at the University of South Carolina. B. E. Dossett and C. R. Morse represented the aflirmative side of the question at Florida. Page Two Himdred Eighty- two Nelle Bardin. fiv Thalia Literary Society NIOTTO: "Live to Learn, Learn to Livef' FLOWER: Purple Iris. COLORS: Purple and XVhite. IMELDA Sraxrox Lois JETER . MAUDE Lewis . ALBERTA Lowe K.xT1-IARINE Gooo.-uso Lomsxz KINZEL Nola Allmond. Harriette Arnell. Annie Mary Beatty Marguerite Bayte. Ruth Bynum. Christina Crinkeley. Elizabeth Clinton. Lucille Conger. Helen Dahnke. Flora Mae Dodson. Gertrude Ellis. Mary Ewing Fergu Gertrude Grismore. S. Katherine Goddard., OFFICERS ROLL Ola Hancock. Nlary Horner. Maxie Horner. Eunice Humphrey Ruth Isam. Lois Jester. Louise Kinnzel. Maude Lewis. Alberta Lowe. Rosalie McClellan. Margaret McCown. Ada Millet. Eva Miller. Josephine Morriss. Janie Morrow. . President . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer ' . . Critic . Historian . Sergeant-at-Arms Johanna Noonan. Estelle Pair. Audrey Robeson. Louise Rogers. Georgia Rule. Kathleen Sharer. Imelda Stanton. Elsie Stone. Blanche Tansil. Mary Taylor. Annekay Thorp. Annie Ruth VVilliams Agnes Vannerman. Marguerite Yancey. Kathleen Yarbrough. 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VVRIGHT . . Morrow L. DE1TcH . IXTARY HORNER B. E. DossE'rT . . GEORGE A. MooERs . H. H. BAKER . JOE B. Lon: . XV. B. STOKELY LUCY MORGAN I. YV. SULLIVAN J. H. MCDOWELL . . FRANCES H,'XMP'TON . L. L. BEAN . J. P. REEDER . J. B. STEWART . R. B. Cox Volunteer EDITORIAL STAFF BUSINESS STAFF Editor-in-Chief . Associate- . Managing Editor . . . Associate Assistant Managing Editor Assistant Managing Editor . Organization Editor . University Editor' Military Editor . Art Editor . Class Editor Literary Editor . Fraternity Editor Sorority Editor Athletic Editor . Religious Editor . Campus Editor . Staff Photographer . Staff Photographer . Business Manager Advertising Manager Page Two I-Izzizclred Eiglzty-sewn A A 4 Page Two H1md1'ed Eighty-eiglzt Orange and White FIRST TERM Editorial Staff W. C. COBB . MORTON L. DEITCH . THOMAS I. WALKER . R. E. MOONEY . . MCGREOOR SMITH . S. D. SAMUELS NELLE BARDIN . . VVILLIA MCLEMORE Associates Editor-in-Chief . . Managing Editor Assistant Managing Editor . . Assignment Editor . . Athletic Editor Assistant Athletic Editor . . Exchange Editor Society Editor H. N. Carlton, S. F. Fowler, F. H. Gibbs, VV. R. Hamilton, L. F. Hurley, E. A. Kerr, I. B. Long, C. R. lvlorse, F. H. McClenegan, XV. B. Stokely. Reporters Katherine Goddard, I. H. Henderson, L. P. Herd, Estes Kefauver, Marguerite Yancey. Business Staff CHARLES R. MCILWAINE . . . . CHARLES F. PETTWAY SECOND TERM Editorial Staff MORTON L. DEITCPI . THOMAS J. WALKER . R. E. MOONEY . VV. R. HAMILTON S. F. FOYVLER . NELLE BARDIN . VVILLIA MCLEMORE . Associates . . Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Editor-in-Chief . . Managing Editor Assistant Managing Editor . . Assignment Editor . Athletic Editor . Exchange Editor Society Editor H. N. Carlton, L. F. Hurley, Katherine Goddard, J. H. Henderson, L. P. Herd, Estes Kefauver, Marguerite Yancey, B. E. Dossett, McGregor Smith, Horace S. Dean, John S. Fandrich. Reporters C. C. Wilson, Helen Frazier, L. M. McAmis, Maxie Horner. Business Staff CHARLES R. MCILWAINE . . . . . . Business Manager CHARLES F. PETTVVAY . Assistant Business Manager MORGAN B. AYRES . FLOYD AMERISTER . . Circulation Manager Circulation Manager Pagie Two Hundred Eiglzty-nine Page Two Hundred Ninety CHARLES G. NTYNATT YVILLIAM C. COBB . FRANK H. WATERHOUSE JOHN H. FANDRICH . M ugwump Staff First Term Editor-in-Chief . . Managing Editor Assistant Managing Editor . . Business Manager A LITERARY R. M. BARNETI. Nl1.LLE BARDIN. H. H. BAKER. J. B, LONG. HUMOROUS L. L. BEAN. G. B. SCHAEEEER. VV. Y. HILL. B. E. DOSSETT. BUSINESS BEN PIERCE. JOE DULANEY. ART G. A. MOOERS. H. C. VVATKINS. RUTH ELDRIDGE. Second Term FRANK H. WATERHOUSNE . . . . Editor-in-Chief H. H. BAKER . . . . Managing Editor MORTON L. IJEITCI-I . Assistant Managing Editor JOHN S. FANDRICH . . . Business Manager LITERARY R. M. BARNETT. NELLE BARDIN. D. P. LANGEORIJ. J. B. LONG. HUMOROUS L. L. BEAN. B'. E. DOSSETT. VV. R. I-IAIvIIL'rON. D. H. POWELL. BUSINESS TOM PIERCE. JOE DULANEY. X DOUGLAS SANDBERG. ART G. A. BTOOERS. H. C. XVATKINS. RUTH ELDRIDGE. C. G. MYNATT. EVELYN TQAYLOR. ALMA SHAW. Page Two H1fl7ld7'6d Ninety-one i Page Two Hundred Ninety-two E. A. KERR A. C. MYERS T. J. VVALKER C. VV. RoB1soN I. I. BELL R. E. BELL D. P. ADAMS J. NICHOLSON A. WV. LITZ Tennessee Farmer Staff L . . Editor . Assistant Editor . Managing Editor Alumni Editor . . Reporter . . Business Manager Assistant Business Manager . Circulation Manager Local Subscription Manager JOE COVINGTON . . . Reporter DEPARTMENT EDITORS G. S. KENNEDY . ' . Agronomy C. B. HENRY . Animal Husbandry I. B. BRADFORD . Athletics J. R. GILMORE . Horticulture G. G. SUMMERS . Dairying Miss MAUDE LEWIS . . Home Economics Page Two Hundred Nizwty-three Page Two Hundred Ninety-four WALTER VVADLINGTON J. D. REDDICK . MCGREGOR Szvuru H. H. BAKER . MILTON DAVENPORT T. R. HADDOX . JOE SULLlVAN . R. E. MOONEY . L. F. HURLEX' . D. C. BROOKS . JOE DULANEY . WILLIA MCLEMORE VV. E. MCCLAMROCPI DON POWELL . M. 'S. BOYD . . FRANK VVATERHOUSE I. E. SHELTON . . BOB VVADLINOTON . Carnival Staff . . General . Assistant General . . Ticket . . Publicity Fraternity Stunt . . Prize . . Performance Assistant Performance . . Club Stunt I . Parade Vaudeville ' Girls' Stunt . . Stage Assistant Stage . Program Manager Manager Manager Manager Manager Manager Manager Manager hdahager hdanager hdanager hdanager hlanager hdanager Manager Chairman Coronation Ball . Coronation Ball Committee . Coronation Ball Committee Page Two Hundred Ninety-fi1'e University Publications The three recognized University publications, the "Orange and VVhite," the "Mugwump," and the f'Volunteer," have passed through a most successful year from every standpoint. Publica- tions, like athletics, suffered from the war. Many of the men best qualihed to have charge of their conduct were called away in their country's service. For one year both the University of Tennessee Magazine and the Volunteer were suspended. This year, with the return of many of the former students, the quality of Tennessee's pub- lications has risen markedly. The 'Orange and VVhite," under the editorship of VVilliam C. Cobb and Morton L. Deitch, has gradually thrown off the typical journalism. Through consistent effort on the part of these two men, the familiar type of story has given way to conventional newspaper style, with the use of a higher type of English. The aggressive policy of the paper has caused it to be commented upon favorably by many persons outside of the University. It has at all times attempted to voice representative student opinion and has, on occasion, created sentiment for needed reform. With the installation of a modern University Press, a large degree of enthusiasm and much higher efficiency in the work of getting out the publications will result. lt is the hope of the students that this may come about in the immediate future. The "lVlugwump," the successor of the University of Tennessee Magazine, combines both literary merit and humor. Its growth has been phenomenal. Although, this is the Hrst year of its publication, its subscription list far exceeds those of the other publications. It has won favor with the reading public of leading Tennessee cities, and bids fair to establish a national reputa- tion when its organization becomes more stable. Merely a successful experiment now, another year or two will see it the equal of the best of college humorous magazines. Much of the credit for the great success of the "Mugwump" is due Charles G. Mynatt, who has labored unceasingly in its behalf. Since leaving the University, he has continued to give freely of his time and talent in behalf of it. The "Volunteer" speaks for itself. VV. I. Wadlington, jr., the editor, stepped into this position in an emergency, but his talented and efhcient work has enabled the staff to present an annual, larger than any in the past, and one of the most artistic in the history of the institution. Mr. Wadlington was called upon to head the annual in December, and in a brief period of time formulated his plans and ideas that have culminated in this most successful "Volunteer." Collectively, the quality of Tennessee's publications for the past year has been above the average. A new field has been opened for future editors. The possibilities of the "Mugwump" are limitless, the new policy of the "Orange and White" should enable it to assume a leading place in college journalism, the artistic effect of the present "Volunteer" should serve as an incen- tive to future editors. 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HESS, Our Honored and Beloved Director, the Space of the Vocational Department in the 1921 Volunteer is Dedicated. Page Two Hundred Ninety-seven We wish to take this opportunity to thank the faculty for the many courtesies they have shown us and for their spirit of co-operation in helping us with our work. VVe entered the University with- broken bodies and broken spirits, along with the real- ization of being old in years and backward in books. They have helped us to regain our self-confidence and aided us greatly in making us forget our handicaps. No doubt their patience has been exhausted but they have the first time to show it. Our short- comings have been many but they have very graciously borne with us. Especially do we wish to thank Dean Ferris, Dean VVilson and Professor Bentley fO1' their kind interest. They have been more like fathers than teachers, being ever ready to lend helping hands and always have theyflistened to our woeful stories of imagined mistreatments. They have come to our call both day and night always ready to sacrifice themselves in serving us. i Before we were called to our country's service most of us were satisfied with our hum-drum, everyday life, led in shops, on the farm or in the offices. During the time we were in the service we all felt the handicap of a poor education. Our experiences both here and abroad caused us to be dissatisfied with our lot in private life and we felt that We could never again settle down as before. We came to this University to improve our position in the world so that in the future we need not be afraid to look any of our fellow-men in the face. As long as we live there will always be a warm spot in our hearts for the Uni- versity of Tennessee and for the faculty of such a great institution. Wo1'ds will not permit us to express our appreciation for the aid they have been to us since we came to f'The Hill." Page Two Hundred Nizicly-eiglzl v P Vocational Staff Oflicers JAMES P. Hsss Co-ordinator. Miss ETHEL LAPOINT, Miss KATHRYN WALTERS, Nurse. Secretary. B. I. MCSPADDEN Assistant Co-ordinator. Page Two Hurzdred Ninety-nzue A Vocational Volunteer Staff E J. C. FRAZER . . . . Editor I-I. H. KELLY . . Business Manager ROY HOWARD . . Managing Editor Page Three Hundred "THE A. O. PI SORORITY-THEY HELPED US WIN" VO CATIONAL MEN VOCATIONAL AG MEN A v l i Vocational Agricultural Officers JAMES P. HEATHERLEY . ...... President O. K. SHELL . . Vice-President W. H. ARNOLD Secretary Treasurer JAMES STALCUP Page Three Hundred TILTEVZ VOCATIONAL ENGINEERS VV. O. JACKSON VV C. TAYLOR M. G. Cox A. KING . I Vocational .Engineering Oiiicers . President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Page Three Hundred Five TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Page Three Hundred Seven Vocational Students UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE Adams, David P. Allen, Robert E. Allgood, Farrus W. Anderson, Frank A. Anderson, Henry L. Anderson, Horace S. Arnold, Henry W. Balch, Ernest C. Barbee, Gilbert C. Bean, Ralph A. Bishop, Judge E. Bible, Herbert E. Boyd, Alonzo N. Brandon, Webster T. Brashears, Joseph H. Brock, Mitchell. Bull, Edward C. Burnett, Edwin C. Burns, Raymond A. Calaway, Rufus O. Campbell, Robert. Castleberry, Irvin T. Clark, Poney. Clayton, Edgar L. Coe, Reginal H. Cole, James M. Cox, Milton G. Cress, Everett L. Crosby, Cecil C. Cummings, Marshall Daniels, Leslie C. David, Charles D. Davis, James F. Dayton, Leo. Dean, Horace S. Dennis, John H. Dickenson, John H. In e Three Hmzdred Eight February 17, 1921 Dodd, Homer B. Donaghy, Charles E. Earl, Clitford E. Edging, Shiloh N. Edwards, Fred. Elliott, Will T. Eubank, Roy E. Fisher, Abby A. Forrester, Claude T. Fowler, James A. Fox, Roy E. Frazer, Jere C. Franklin, James C. - Frizzell, Claude E. Frost, Loy W. Galloway, William J. Gambill, lra M. Gardner, Benjamin F. Garrett, Wayne. Gibbons, Eldred H. Gilbert, John H. Goldsmith, James Edward Gooch, Hooper Lee. Gorrell, John E. Grahl, Henry C. Hall, Cowan VVhitson. Hamilton, Robert Hill. Hampton, William C. Haney, John F. Harris, Vvilliam R. Harmon, Paris L. Hatcher, VVilliam B. Heatherly, James M. Hendrix, VVilliam C. Herndon, Oscar K. Hill, Malcolm C. Holman, Charles H. Dickenson, John H. Howard, Roy VV. Howe, Lester E. Hunnicut, Robert E. Inman, Harry C. Jackson, VVillie O. Jernigan, Price M. Johnson, Bryan F. Jones, Lee Roy. Jones, Richard H. Keel, Owen H. Keller, Graves M. Kelley, Henry H. Kelly, Hernert E. Key, Nat B. King, Ardelle. King, David VV. Kyker, Robert B. Klutts, Henry O. Lambert, Edward R. Lowe, I. H. Lynch, Condia. Lynch, Otey. McCottery, Benjamin Mclnturff, VValter H. Martin, Virgil E. Mason, joseph T. Melton, Clyde. Miller, Fred. Miller, Lonnie. Miller, VVilliam T. Moneyhun, Clyde. Moore, Frederick T. Moore, james. lVIurray, George F. Neal, Howe R. Norris, Floyd H. Nunley, Frank. Onks, Hobart M. Parker, VVilliam H. Parton, VVilliam H. Patterson, George W. Peacock, Edgar L. Holt, James B. Rison, Earl H. Rodes, VVilliam F. Rooks, Allen B. Rose, Frank L. Ross, VValter. Rosser, Edwin I. Rowan, Carl. Russell, Ernest C. Sanders, James L. Satterfield, James P. Schubert, Joseph R. Sealand, Edmund M. Seaton, Robert S. Sheppard, Aubrey B. Shipe, VVinHeld. Sloan, james IW. Smith Claude R. Smith Jesse I. Smith Luther A. Smith, Troy E. Smith VVilliam H. Snow, Jasper E. Spring, VVilliam. Spurgeon, George D Stalford, Fred A. Stalcup, James. Stewart, Alex Earl. Taylor, Benjamin H Taylor, Rufus C. Taylor, VVilliam C. Thornburgh, Samuel. Thrasher, James A. Tillett, Wista. Trew, VValter L. Troxel, Thomas H. Turner, Harry B. Turner, Richard G. Ungerecht, John D. Walker, Fred C. WVallace, Edgar A. VVatson, William I. WVeems, Fred I. Page Three Hzmdrea NM ze Perlmutt, Julius. Phillips, VVilliam H. Pickard, Loy I. Pierce, VVilliam D. Pollock, Felix F. Powers, George. Prater, General T. Puryear, Fred B. Raines, Lorin D. Richardson, Charlie. VVest, Luxie L. VVilliams, Fred. Williams, James H. Winfrey, Samuel. VVinstead, james C. VVright, Clyde A. VVright, VVilliam P. Young, Isaac L. Zuger, joseph M. za 'IA "RQ , .. XX. ' F X 1' j I ,- - 1' ,: ' LA' X ' A I In ff 5 Page Tlwcc Hundred Ten lg, 5 . 1 be P " f. 1... . 3 N .bv 3 ,Y ye' I . ,Sv Department of Pharmacy-Dental Memphis, Tennessee Page Three HI1l1d1'6d Volunteer Staff H. M. UNDERWOOD . Editor-in-Chief VV. S. BUTTERLEY . . . . . Business Manager Cartoonists Miss A. HINSON .' , . . . Dental Department Associate Editors Mlss J. M. THOMPSON . .... . . Dean GRAY. GREEN. Page TI1v'e'e Hundred Twelve :- Picture of Operatory This department is dedicated to Dr. Joseph Archibald Gardner, Dean, Counsellor, and Friehd, and under whose guidance we have learned to be of greater service. Page Three Hundred Thirteen .-x KIIIHIH Page Tlzfee Hzmdred Fourtccv X:gQ xX 1 Dental Seniors CLASS OFFICERS Leo P. MCKEOWEN . , President THOMAS M. BROWN . , Vice-President MARION H. GRAY . Secretary-Treasurer MORRIS VVEINBERGER , Sergeant-at-Arms CLASS HISTORY So varied have been the vicissitudes of the members of this class it is difhcult to write a definite class history. Only three of this year's graduating class-Brown, Underwood and Miss Kabakofi-matriculated here in 1917. The erosion of the year wrought many changes, and the opening of the second lap to our objective found gaps that told the old, old story of the "also-rans," but in 1918 Coles journeyed all the way from New York to enter the Sophomore class. This year Weinbergei' and Zimmer- man did likewise, to enter the Senior Class. McKeowen, after service in the army overseas, returned to re-enter in 1919. Upon the discontinuance of the Dental Department of George VVashington University, Gray came from VVashington to join us in the final year. VVe are proud to be the first class to graduate under the four-year plan, proud of our school, 'delighted with the big, new operatory, used this year for the first time, and appreciate the kind co-operation of the faculty in aiding us to be of more effective service. VVe face the world, strong in the conviction that we have endeavored to do well, and with the courage of youth. . Page Three Hundred Fifteen Page Three Hundred Sixteen Dental Seniors THOIVIAS IW. BROVVN Arkansas Class President, ,I7-Ig. Vice-President D. M. C. D. S., ,I7-I8. President Orchinor Club ,IQ-20. Vice-President Class of '2i. "Let us eat, drink and be merry" Our young Caruso-a member of the Quartette. Affairs of the heart, their etiology and treatment are his specialty. He has very definite visions of future matrimonial bliss. We see him years hence, jollying his patients back to health, surrounded by countless children, and withal thoroughly happy. MERRICK AUGUSTUS COLES ' New Jersey Class President '19-zo, Football '21. "Danny" The famous Memphis All-Star tackle-he works in the same manner. Our little "plugger." Well acquainted with the fun- damentals of dentistry. He goes out to fill a man's place in the world and he will Hll it like a man. MARION H. GRAY . . . . Xi Psi Phi Florida George Washington University '17-18, '18-19, 119-20, Secretary and Treasurer Class of '21, Class Editor lzi. "Quick 011 the trigger" The inlay specialist. "Pinkie" hails from Florida so it is diHi- cult for us to account for his speed. Energetic and full of pep and possessing a critical eye. A man of generalized knowledge. LILLIAN KABAKOFF Tennessee Class Secretary and Treasurer ,I7-18, '18-19, Secretary '19-20. "Kabbie" . "Kabbie" is ambitious and went away to Forsyth last summer. Now she is as full of theories as a cheese is full of holes. She practices what she preaches, however, and is a hard Worker and a credit to the class. Dental Seniors LEO PRESTON NICKEOVVEN Arkansas Class President ,2I, Secretary D. M. C. D. S. '21, CKMHCYY A member of the Quartette. He is unassuming and a hard worker, qualities we admire. A steady, consistent student and bound to COINS out on top. A successful future awaits him. HARRY MASON UNDERXVOOD Tennessee Pre-Med. of U. T. '16, Class Vice-President ,I8-IQ, ,IQ-20, Pres- ident D. M. C. D. S. 'zo-21, Editor-in-Chief of Volunteer, Mem- phis Department '21. 'lThe only benedict in the Class" YVe are expecting big things of Harry, as his past record shows he can produce the goods. VVherever he goes, his work will be quietly and thoroughly done and the community that harbors him will surely honor him. MORRIS VVEINBERGER New York New York College of Dentistry '17-18, ,I8-IQ, ,IQ-20, Sergeant- at-Arms Class of '21, "Laugh and the world laughs with you" Iovial and big-hearted. He has scattered more sunshine through the dreary halls of dentistry than any three of us. Success awaits him wherever he goes for you just can't keep a good man down. PAUL HERBERT ZIMMERMAN New York New York College of Dentistry '17-18, ,Ig-I9, ,IQ-20. f'Zimmie" VVe are sure he will uphold the standard of our Alma Mater in whatever locality that he may be destined to hang out his shingle. He is not content to rest on his laurels, but expects to make a name for himself in practice. Q 2 s S Page Three Hundred Sezlenteen I. A. GRONAUER . G. VV. I'lALTZCLAVV . M. F. GARDNER . R. S. Cooke. H. M. Davis. R. D. Dean. S. S. Fiedman. M. F. Gardner. - Page Three Hundred Eighteen Junior Dental Oflicers . President . Vice-President . . . Secretary-Treasurer CLASS ROLL I. A. Gronaeur. G. VV. Haltzclaw. R. Marshall. C. G. Tucker. J. R. Gragg. Of all the classes that have or will come There never will be such as this Junior one. A class that is here and here to stay Impart we will stand 'till graduation day. Sophomore Dental Class MOTTO-"Esse melius quam verderi est." CLASS OFFICERS GIORCE G. CIRAH.-XM ..... . President Jim P1 rsorsm' Vice President C Vi Mmumicorr . . Secretary O M BROWN . . . . 'Ireasurer CLASS ROLL Harold Birk, "I-Iorsef' O. M. Brown, HNewlywed." G. G. Graham "George Graveyard." Samuel Herman, 'iT1'otsky." Ardenne Hinson, UMC." R. Garrett Hutchinson, 'fSlim." E. Jeff Justis, "Scoop." Neil J. Leonard, "john D." C. VV. Middlecoif, "Dad." Irwin Peiser, "Pseudoj unior. ,lake Plesofsl-xy, Hjakief' Irwin Sindeband, 'iCindy." jack Venza, "Kid Arsnicf' David VVhitlock, "Hem. 94.0 Jasper VViggins, "Sister." Billy D. VVilliams, "Micron Page Three Hundfed Nmetegn, FRESHMAN DENTAL CLASS HERBERT A. R1LEY GORDON L. GILBERT CONDON L. GREENE MOTTO Flower-Catnip. Freshman Dental Class HThe Joseph L. Andrews. Moses H. Barkley. Colden S. Bugg. james R. Cameron. Fred R. Child. Mike Coffman. Milligan C. Fossett. Chas. C. Freeland. Gordon L. Gilbert. Conden L. Greene. VVilliam O. Grissom. O. M. Jamieson. Marion S. Moore. Ml-f CLASS OFFICERS re is Plenty of Room at the Top. Br CLASS ROLL . President Vice-President Secreta ry-Treasu rer it Climbing is Hell." Color--Brindle. Chas. C. Locke. James F. Pearce. Francis L. Perkins. Herbert A. Riley. Edwin O. Seiser. Samuel R. Shanlever. Thomas C. Shurley. Lewis M. Solomon. John R. Steadman. Percy A. VVynn. Duncan E. Tillery. Samuel E. Misner. Billy C. VVesterf1eld. kage Three H111zd1'ed Twcllfy-one ROBERT L. CROWE To R. L. Crowe, Ph. C., in appreciation of his ability to grasp the student's viewpoint and of his untiring efforts in the creation' of a better Pharmacy Department for U. of T., this department 1921 VOLUNTEER is affectionately 3 dedicated. Page TIL7'-06 Hundred Twenty-two ::' ' Q Q H We NN If ' -+11 J Mm mf f - v' MW """"' Me- 2 " A' 5 I P- - -5"" .LMP fffw' 0 21f-f-4 Iliff-f1 f-,,d, . ll ETUFW Iv,-J HUF?-7 ' ,qrgn-mc Hman Vihiiflllii LI P !1Hdr11' I Senior Pharmacy Class Page Tlzrcc Hundred Twenty-four RAYFORD EUGENE BARLOW Bude, Miss. Vanderbilt, 1919-20. President junior Class. U. of T., 1920-21. Vice-president of class. 'Tis rumored that Barlow missed his calling when he didn't study law, but since the Xmas holidays his real talent has been discovered. Ask Goldman for details. EDVVARD BENDEN ...., Kappa Psi Pontiac, Ill. A Moody Bible Inst., 1902-O3-SCU. Baptist Theological Sem- inary, 1903-04. Shuotleff College, IQOQI.-IO-A. B. Potomac Uni- versity, 1916-17-B. Th. U. of T., 1919420-21. Treasurer of Senior Class. Although somewhat older than his classmates, he is one of the boys and is liked by them all. Glad to help you anywhere any time. JOHN SCHORR BORG . . . Kappa Psi Memphis, Tenn. C. B. C. U. of T., IQIQ-20-2.1. President Senior Class. Don"t let those shell-rimmed glasses deceive you, for he is not a grind, hut rather a peace-loving fellow. Has rather a dislike for class money matters. VVILLIAM STARR BUTTERLY . . . Kappa Psi Mobile, Ala. Registered Embalmer. Navy, 1917-18. U. of Alabana, 1919-20. U. of T., 1920-21. Business manager of Volunteer. Butterly is a real good scout, but falls for the widows very easily, hence so much interest in chemistry. Who said he wasn't a politician? SENIOR PHARMACY CLASS GORDON CRAVER Dyer, Tenn. Craver is a quiet fellow, takes everything easy and doesn't worry about anything. Maybe this accounts for him being such a lion among the ladies. CECIL ADAIR GODMAN . . . Kappa Psi Terry, Miss. Crystal 'Springs High School, 1917. Medal in Declamation. Millsaps College, 1917-18. 1917, State Chautauqua Medal in Declamation. A. and M. College of Mississippi, 1918-19. Van- derbilt, 1919-20. U. of T., 1920-21. Godman has the record for being the rolling stone of our class, but this year has convinced us that he has gathered much moss and will continue to do so. ROBERT SPURGEON GUYNES Lytle, Texas Braxton High School, Braxton, Miss. U. S. Army Medical Department. U. of T., 1919-zo-21. We hope when he leaves U. of T. that he will take the best of the hair tonic formulas he has found and make a good tonic, stopping the worry as well as the baldness. ELVIE ROLAND HALL . . Kappa Psi Melbourne, Ark. Melbourne High School. U. S. Army 1917-19. U of T., 1919-20-21. "Al K." is another fellow who shows his mental ability, by the fact that he has other courses besides Pharmacy and seems successful at all. Ask him about embalming fluid. Page Three Hmzdrezi Twenty-fi Page Three Hzmdfed Twenty-.1'i,r SENIOR PHARMACY CLASS PORTER V. HAMBLEM Mt. Juliet, Tenn. Cumberland University, 1915-16-17. Varsity Football and Basketball, 1916-17. Vanderbilt, I9I9-20. U. of T., 1920-7', Quiet and reserved-with never much to say, but is aiways on the job. A fellow worth knowing. MARSHALL FLEMING HUTTON . . Kappa Psi Atlanta, Ill. Atlanta High School. U. of T., 1919-20-21. Secretary and Treasurer of Junior class. Has the record for never being on time for class, but with it all he seems to get results. Specialty-reduced prices. MARCUS NIARION MARBLE Carlisle, Ark.. Marble is very fond of the brand of cake and candies school teachers make. This explains why he is so anxious to wait in front of the little red school house each afternoon. CLARENCE THOMAS MILLDRUM Alexandria, La. Vanderbilt, 1919-20. U. of T., 1920-21. Ask Milldrum why he missed the appointed time for the third degree in Kappa Psi. Was it his membership in a sorority? SENIOR PHARMACY CLASS JOSEPH ROBERT NELSON . . Phi Gamma Vilhiteville, Tenn. Haywood County High School. Army, 1917-19. U. of T., 1919-zo-21. A fellow who never wastes his time or we never catch him at it. JACK SPEIGHT NICKS Cumberland Furnace, Tenn. Industrial and Training School, Huntington, Tenn. Val- paraiso, 1916-Is. Two years in Medical Department U. S. Army. U. of T., 1919-20-21. His quiet, unassuming dignity and persistent "A's" have won the admiration of all. 'We feel sure he will be a big success. VVILLIAM PERRY PEEK Hermitage, Tenn. Vanderbilt, 1919-20. U. of T., 1920-21. An honest-to goodness student is Perry hut with it all the shrine at which he worships is not in Memphis. JAMES MCELWEE PLAXCO Memphis, Tenn. Erskine College, 1914-Ig. U. S. N., 1918-19. U. of T., 1919- zo-21. Class Historian, IQZI. A man of huge progations, good humor and has a Word for everybody. Is quite handy with his Ford. WORTH BAGLEY POVVERS Reoyan, Tenn. Lexington High School. Vanderbilt, 1919-zo. U. of T., 1920-21. A good fellow, the kind one would be fortunate to have as a friend. Doesn't object to pleasant pastime when away from classes. Page Yhree Hzvmda-ed Tzvefzty-seven P0912 Three Hll7ld7'6d Twe1zty-eight SENIOR PHARMACY CLASS GRAYDON COOK SAUNDERS . . . Kappa Psi Friendship, Tenn. U. of T. lgT1OXVlllC,AI9I5-I7. Memphis, 1919-20-21. One fellow who is always busy at something whether it is of import- ance or not. This believed that he makes a great hit with the gentle sex. WICKHAM SLATE SCOTT Lucy, Tenn. Millington Central .High. U. of T., 1919-20-ZI. A good combination, able to work, pull down good grades and have a good time. A ladies' man. ERNEST SMITH, JR. Jackson, Tenn. Alamo High Schooll U. of T., 1919-21. Vice-president Class of 1920. Small of stature, but in other respects a big fel- low. A musician of note. At pharmacy he is a shark. Dr. Crowe can hardly believe some of his preparations could be made by him, yet we all know they are. EDGAR G. STOKES Delight, Ark. V Delight High School. U. S. Army I9I7-I9. U. of T., 1919- 20-21. Eddie never makes anything but "AJS" and we expect great things of him. How we do hate to think of him going to Washington. but where a man's treasure is there is his heart. JESSIE MARY THOMPSON Wilton, Ala. Alabama Girls' Technical Institute and College. U. of Ala- bama, 1919-20. Associate Editor of Coralla 1919-20. U. of T., 1920-21. Secretary of class. Class reporter for Volunteer. Jessie has a knack of making the teachers think she is serious about her class work but she has a devilish look that gives every- ' thing away. J nnior Pharmacy Class CLASS OFFICERS O. C. FERGUSON ..... . President J. VV. REAG,-xx . Vice-President MISS ALMA LEETII . . Secretary-Treasurer ROLL L. Bigenheimer. I. E. Bradshaw. I. F. Badgett. G. L. Carman. L. D. Coker. C. J. Darden. O. C. Ferguson R. E. Griflin. L. W. Holly. Miss Alma Leeth. F. H. Martin. J. H. Morphew. S. S. McQueen. E. Nolen. I. VV. Reagan. G. D. Sanders. P. B. Stansberry. R. H. Wyatt. Page Three Hundred Twenty-nine I 5 5 R David Mahlon Cattell Dental Society OFFICERS HARRY M. UNDERYVOOD President R. D. DEAN . . Vice-President L. P. MCKEOWEN . Secretary C. VV. MIDDLECOFF . . Treasurer O. M. BROWN . . Sergeant-at-Arms . . Critic J. A. GRONAUER ,Page Three I-Imzdrcd Thirty The David Mahlon Cattell Dental Society Anderson, I. L. Balkley, M. H. Birk, C. H. Brown, O. M. Brown, T. M. Buhgg, C. S. Coreman, Roy. Child, F. R. Coffman, Mike. Coles, A. C. Cooke, R. S. Davis, H. Dean, R. D. Fosselt, M. C. Freeland, C. THE ROLL Freedman, S. Gilbert, G. Greene, C. L. Gragg, R. Gray, M. H. Gronauer, I. A. Gardner, IW. F. Henson, Miss A. Haltzclaw, G. VV. Huchinson, R. G. jameson, O. M. hlustis, I. Kahakoff, Miss L. Leonard, N. I. Lock, Chas. Marshall, R. McKeowen, L. P. Middlecoff, C. W. Pfoloskey, P. Seiser, E. O. Linedeband, J. Shanlever, R. Steadman, I. R. Tucker, C. G. Underwood, H. M. VVeinbarger, M. VVesteriield, B. C. Q Whitlock, D. F. 'M Zimmerman, P. H. Solomon, L. M. HISTORY The David hlahlon Cattell Dental Society was organized in the early life of the dental department of the University of Tennessee by Dr. David Mahlon Cattell as a reading society. It was afterwards named in his honor. The purpose of the organization is to promote and develop a dental spirit among the stu- dents and to bring all closer together, that they might be more closely related. The society has had a very successful career during these many years, and its meetings have been well attended. Interesting papers or elaborate demonstrations which involve much research work and careful preparation. It may thus be seen that the training which this organization fosters in the student particularly prepares him to assume an important position later in life in his own city, county or national dental society. The David Mahlon Cattell Dental Society has enjoyed the presence of some very distin- guished guests at its meetings and listened to some timely discussions and interesting clinics. Especially this year, among them being Major Mitchell, of the Surgeon General's Ofhce, VVash- ington, D. C.g Dr. I. A. Gardner Cdeanj, Dr. I. F. Bigger, formerly president of the Memphis Dental Society, and Dr. Logue, who has had a wonder career in Arkansas and is connected with the faculty. The opinions of the Society have been fulfilled, and plans for a greater work are made each year. From a student's point of view its work has been well accomplished and the zest and anticipation which have marked its meetings point to a greater future. Page Three Hmzdred Tlzirty-one 4191111 96125 14 LH pa.1p onzg-rfg,m1Jj The Square 'and Compass Club DR. C. N. WILLIAMS . GORDON L. G1r.BER'r . SAM R. SHANLEVER . M. H. BARKLEY M. H. Barkley. Gordon L. Gilbert. Rudolph Marsclmall. C. W. Mid dlekoff. T. IW. Brown. OFFICERS ROLL Sam R. Shanlever. . President . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer . . Tiler E. O. Seiser. Dr. C. N. VVi1liams. S. E. Misner. Dr. R. S. Vinsant. Condon L. Green Page Three 1LIlll1Cl7'L'd Tlxirty-Hzree Memphis Department Football Team GRONAUER, J. A. GILBERT, G. L. . RILEY, H. A. . GRAHAM, G. G. GOOKIN . WILKERSON . GARDNER, JACK . CARMAN, GEORGE BUGG, C. S. . MARSPIALL, R. . BIRK, HAROLD . TUCKER, C. G. . ANDREWS, LEROY COEFMAN, MIKE DAVIS, HYMAN . VENZA, ARSNIC . PLESOFSKY, JAKE SINDEBAND, I. . COLES, M. A. . WYA'rr . Page Three Hundred Thirty-four Captain, Quarterback . Manager Right Half Right Tackle Sub. Half Sub. Half Full Back . Left Half Right End Left Guard . Center Right Guard Sub. Guard Sub. Tackle Sub. Guard . End Left Tackle Sub. Quarter Left End Sub. Half 'NVY.I'r'I', Captain. C,xRM.'xN. VENZA. SIMMONS. GRONAUHR. Basketball Squad CIRIFFIN. SINDI-QB.-IND. RILEY. XNYNN. GREEN. I Page Yhree Hundred Tlzirty-five Haluntenzr ibupularitp Clluntest A'Y"'l! QNSQAQ 4 If 553411 SW If 5.1 -S ' 14. ' degfpb I ll II ddTl 1 MISS VVILLIA MCLEMORE Most Beautiful Girl lf' M , S- MISS GENEVIEVE SI-IEA Most Popular Girl MISS ELIZABETH MCDONALD Girl with Sweetest Disposition MR. LEE ROY JONES Best All Round Man MR. ERNEST C. 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I if Hina Qu ,, ,,f ,ff ,. . , 51. 1'-25 , -'-'1 xi .,..,,. ,'- "sis .irq I "' V " W" QW l - " I , 'A----' ' ' ' in ' QAZWIW -' ' 1 Page Three Hzmdrcd Forty-four of fig ' fa ill li ll t r W Q of 7 l 1 if f'iwOf0 X 'll ff eff' ' gliegg 2,0 we ' 11 WsX"l1lM'!fl I U, ' l lite 1 X, .X W ,-V, AQ ix N ll? lg W f f i -lfff i There was an old Dean, boys, He lived on a hillg He tried to make the co-eds obey his every will. VVith rules about dances, dates and frat rooms They all were like prisoners shut up in their tombs. X ... ,ask gay QCX-7 96 . 9 52 ' -'M ' 'lfi' if fr ' -r - ' Q N. 4333. ,K ., al l X., M W! Q. -g N , ww- - ' , X. I x Ag 67 JK ., x x lx 3 If fl, If , l lxlxl I Xxvi V W fff, g 5- A l ' H , -ny1gJB.J., M , if-,-., -A ,K 3 X X wfwzg' f, Y f Little Mary Horner roomed on the corner, Composing a wonderful lineg She sang a sweet carol, caught Jimmie and Harold, And cried, "Now isn't that fine!" Page Three Hundred Fafty-Hue A X 1 Page Three Hundred Forty-,six 'Q LT rx 7 X3 Qffa' gf X fx i-'gr xg lglgk' .7-Q, 1, ax There was a stingy Registrar, VVl1o would walk a stingy mile, To squeeze 21 stingy Sixpence In a very stingy style! l f.',QliX,J K i g N lxlk --Qxfvfq j l Afizxxflll , Baal f all P -I vi zum Rachel, Rachel, quite conceited, How does your prestige grow P Chi Omega and A. O. Pi, And poor vzimped men hung up in a row. fl kr Late to bed and late t O P156 Seldom applies to Sigma Chi's. K, 649' idle F' 'P SM Q: I 7 g N W W , Qi W 2 gm ,gig 5? , W, X UQ el f 2,3217 f Sing a song of freshmen Waiting with a sighg Four and twenty But not to A. O. P ds pledged, P g Three Hundred F 5 X bfi? 7 X , , W '22 9, H 555: ul l There was a young Zeta Tau Alpha Whose favorite food was alfalfa. She lived in Humes Hall In her 2 X4 stall This sweet little Zeta Tau Alpha. fx l, f N ln if ily ':: , rp. L LLQX lil! Xb T T., W' y 77' 'lr M E Q: i a X Rig p, i: C' I' gli ,fwfr SBQIAW T 'ill ll T' ftll' it ffl T' JE .B5 Xi., lil Qi ,K i Of the frats the "Peeks" are a peer, And their favorite beverage is beerg They all drink the stuff just because it looks rough And each has a half-drunken leer. Page Three Hramircd Forty-eiglzt GN im? rf ' AW El-E' IW fa- Z 55 time H f The Queen of Hearts she shot her darts On almost any old dayg The Knave of Hearts he stole her darts So Lizzie said, "Nell, You have vrimped me so well You need no more darts today." x ijilfsfmli i f X Nia Q, X Z- I li X l XWWZ f M 'lie ll -Rm he 'H' 'A' 11 J IW i 1 l - i ll ' i t 2 Old Jack Frost was 11 dirty old soul But a Hirty old soul was he, He called to the girls, And he grinned at them all, He thought he was as cute as could he. Page Three H1t71d?Ed Forty-11i11r: Page Three Hundred Fifty X42 4 FN ill Q, , L x, K to ' k ff il i X iff' .,,, M 7? x sl 2 N QQ , Tl fl lll ff! "A l lf X ll Oh, -lim Stewart, come toot your horn, The girls will work from night 'till morn Where's the man who rules the hill? Of politics jim has had his Hll. Censored Hey-diddle, cliddle co-eds will fiddle About in the light of the moong The Dean didn't linger to see such sport So they all ran away to spoon. I I X IX --T-,:""' .IT 5 f ' 1. s N I ,, - 5 I 2 A g l IJ? U g f :TQ -' 2' . . E mmsa - I I X iff 'UZ g G 0 , 1 L' have curiosity as any one else- T-o learn the desired particulars S-earch this Loafer's page. C'-atch your breath, be not amazed! ,J-nd look for the inscriptions on their graves N-o doubt they deserve it because it is true. D-on't breathe this to a soil, .-I-ll is done but can't be told. L-ove is a wonderful thing ! ! ! As Loafer, and one who hears all, knows all, and sees all that happens on the Hill, about the Hill, or concerning the Hill-I can tell you anything you desire to know. In other words, I am another OTATA-I deal with those spirits whose souls dwell in the clouds-and these spirits are not like the "Little Daisies": They have-n't that idea 'iyou never can tell" but use as their motto and guide these proud words-"you'd be surprised" and 'fOh, Goodness me how things have changed since father was a BOY." Now Ilve given you a faint idea as to what you will see and hear, so come with me, let's climb the ladder and go from the Lowly earth to the Vaulted skies, and you can see and hear for yourself-I'll give you the stethoscope and telescope and you can be just as wise as I, and therefore have my place next year. When you assume this loafer's duty, then silently go your way, say nothing even to your best friend, and keep a vigilant eye because these places of disadvantage have quite a few ADVANTAGES. Now take your throne and I will tell you all I have seen or heard this year. First, you are all wondering why there is a Night-VVatchman this year-I assure you it was because of our New Dormitory t'Strong Hall." Intuition must have caused 'ljimmy D." and the Dean of Co-Eds to think of what might have been. Ye, Gods ! ? : Every Co-Ed on the Hill and several of those in town think she is the most popular girl at U. T. "Oh, DEATH where is Thy STINGJ' Jesse Miller, websterially speaking, "KING," after trying every variety of Heinz-namely 57-says therels no place like Humes Hall. . Page Three Hundred Fifty-one Martha Sue Aycock, the "Queen' of Queens, has vamped them all-Why? Why? Oh, why did she vamp that twelve-year-old boy? . Walter YVadlington says it's all right to be in love during the winter but after having a fuss in the spring it's Hel-en Summer. J. S. Hall's Sons have offered Genevieve Shea a position as Buyer after having shown such excellent taste in selecting John Reddick a spring suit. Harold Blair continues to be as popular as ever. , I can see politics as popular among the girls next year as it was this-In case they should need advice along any line it can be easily obtained from any of the older politicians. I hope that as time goes on "Buck" Hatcher will become as educated as that famous "Educated Toe" that you have all heard of. He has already given "Sweet and Pretty" Mooney notice to stop teasing "Kat" with that new car and old smile. Even though it is summer and school has been out quite a while, who among us is so forgetful that he cannot picture Lois and Howlett standing in the doorway unaware that it is pouring down rain? Don't forget Lizzie, for he will be right there to meet the old Memphis Special next Fall and to show the Fish how to matriculate-and he won't be the only one ! ! ! This being the end of my sermon we will now rise and hear the benediction. "Let us prey for the lights to go out and grant that we might have a new awakening- .Please soften the hearts of the administrative council that they will disband some of the harsh rules to which we are subjected. May the time come when we shall have an honor system worthy 'of Honor and a student government in which the students shall have a voice. Open wide the Lyceum doors that one may enter with a clear conscience-save and protect jack Frost that the 'future boarders of Barbara Blount may have a place to go where they may satisfy their appe- tites. Grant that no one has been offended by this column throughout the year-even though the truth may hurt-we ask for these improvements at old U. T., so that in years to come we 'will be proud to say that we have an .ALMA MATERF Amen! Loaf and grow wise as your loafing Otata, CAROLINE VVILSON. P. S.-Be it 'ere so humble, there's no place like the Library Steps. Page Three PI'll7Zd7'L'd Fifty-two . .. . Y H I Q . ' K 23 ' Ik V if ' 3451- ' Q Q A 1' ' ff ' ' : M, 'N - 3 Q' L ,J ' Tr 'Y-'I E1 , ' Q 1 - ' 1: H , x, , N ll' V 5 " 1' - 't " .f f ' ' S ' 'Zl W? Z: if 2' E ' "FM Z' 21 xi' 'Z w a? 'Pg ' - R Q4 Q. ' r ' fl ' 5? 'Wi 3 5 , ' Q , ff H -AVP A fi ? -. W .A,, . ff' 4 fx, . -. . N l ,X i dl, . ,Q E ' ' a XL , L 5 ,'V'iifg,.-C' , 91g'?:.1Q d ' 7 " 94 ' ' , "" i?f?'7 : 1 ,, .M V L ' ' 1-,:5.w i ' .'7,. '54f3I"-'55-vv M,f?:,'-avg? 4' f V ' Q58!7!b FG Page Ylzree Hzmdred Fifty-thre? Want Ads WANTED-Information regarding the passionate pink draperies on the second floor of Humes Hall. Liberal reward. Box B.16. LOST-One large, warm heart near Barbara Blount Hall. Finder will please communi- cate with Doc Howlett for reward. VVANTED-Another supply of moonshine. No wood alcohol need apply. Kappa Sig. House. WANTED-New members to replenish a diminished chapter. A. O. P. Sorority. P. S.- No little sisters need apply. WANTED-Applicants for the position of High-lVIuck-A-Muck on the Hill. I am leav- ing this year and I do not want the University to get away from the dogs. Apply early for training. JIM STEWART. SITUATION VVANTED as maid, dishwasher, waitress, or bell-hop.-Any Blount resident. WANTED-More pledges for advertising.-Phi Mu Freshmen. WANTED TO KNOVV-Why the P. K. A.'s are a "Zeta!' chapter. Write A-19. WANTED TO KNOVV-Why the mean old man took the little tea-wagon away from the Zeta Tau Alpha room. See Loafer for reward. A LIBERAL REWARD will be paid anyone furnishing a method for preventing Lizzie Morse's return to the Hill next year. DEAN HOSKINS. WANTED-A recipe for keeping pledges fooled until after initiation. Call Chi Omega. VVANTED TO KNOW-How to edit a humorous magazine so that it will contain at least one joke per issue. Ask for Frank at the Phi Gam House. WANTED TO KNOVVeHow the A. T. O. Freshmen got into the fraternity. Any spent bullets will be accepted as evidence. The VVhole Hill. WANTED-A cook. Only requirement is ability to make onion sandwiches. Ample wages. Zeta Tau Alpha. INFORMATION WANTED-What is the meaning of the little duck on the Sigma Chi pin? Jimmie Donahue. FOR EXCHANGE-The Carleton brothers for a package of Chesterfields. Beta Sigma. LOST! LOST! LOST! LOST!-One illuminated brother. When last seen was asleep in a bath-tub in Chattanooga. Wire S. A. E. House. YVANTED TO KNOW-What is a fraternity? Call K. A. House. LO CALS AND PERSONALS Miss To Cook recently dined with the Bosworths. The usual program was followed dur- ing the evening. A series of delightful card parties have been in progress at the K. A. House throughout the year. Draw poker has been more lucrative than Black jack. Page Three Hundred Fifty-four The marksman badges have arrived and will be distributed to his cohorts by Jim Stewart, the,date of formal presentation has not been announced, but the Honor Council has a list of the entries. jack Frost suffered a severe attack of heart-failure recently when some Freshman made the unpardonable mistake of calling the rough-neck a gentleman. A host of students greatly fear that he will recover. ' A great Hurry of exictement was occasioned over at the Sig House recently when one of the Carletons made a small payment on his board bill. Doctor Radford is planning to play the host to several congenial souls at his summer home in Lyons View. Among the permanent guests will be: Mary House, Vivian Morgan, Morton Deitch, Dean Porter, and heavy drafts from the Phi Mu's and A. D. P.'s. The most delightful affair of the college year was the Kappa Sig dance. During the even- ing punch was poured on the floor and un-hardened pledges were concealed from eye, ear, and nose. 2 glances. .... . 3 smiles. ...... . 2 acquaintances. . . I flirtation.. . .. loo kisses ...... 1 engagement .... I marriage. .... . 2 mothers-in-law.. .. ... . smile. acquaintance. flirtation. kiss. engagement. marriage. mothers-in-law. hot time. Apologies to Kipling Yes, Tin, Tin, Tin, You exasperating puzzle, Hunka Ti But by Henry Ford who made you, You're better than a Packard, Hunka Tin. Tinkle, tinkle, rising-bell, How I hate your lively knell- More of Dreamland might I know If they had not tolled you so. Lives of imbeciles remind us That the time may come to pass When we'll find one looking at us From our trusty looking-glass. Old Ballad. Notice nr l When handing in jokes to the Campus Department, please have them written upon tissue- paper so the Editor can see through them. 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A Pair of Blue Eyes ..... Old Curiosity Shop. ....... . Much Ado About Nothing.. . . . Looking Backward ........ The House of Mirth ..... The Heavenly Twins .... The Blazed Trail.. . The Battle-Ground .....,........,.. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland .... The Danger Trail ................... Seven Keys to Baldpate .... Soldiers Three ..... VVestward Ho! ..... Seats of the Mighty .,.. Root of Evil .............,. The Man in Lonely Land ..... John Barleycorn .......... The Passionate Pilgrim ............. Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.. . . . The Unpardonable Sin. ............. . Romeo and Iuliet ........ The Spy ...................... .... The Legend of Sleepy Hollow ........ Innocents Abroad . .......... . The Call of the VVild .... Don Quixote ......... A Piece of String... The Missing Link. .. Page Three Hundred Fifty-eight The Registrar's Ofhce. The Freshmen. May 27-JUHC 6. jack Tate, Bobby Gooch, Henry Carleton ftiedj List of absentees from drill. Daddy VVaite's jokes. Home. Sunday night dates. The Proctors when joy reigns supreme. Jeanette Harris. Humes Hall Parlor. Miss Carpenter on Sunday night. Any Senior will answer. Humes Hall. Eleanor Lytle-Olive Finlay. Estabrook Road. ' Deanfs Olhce. Adventures of the lost key. VVhittle Springs Boulevard. Canthroxg Hykig S. T. D.g Danderineg Ed Pinandsg VVildrootg Wavenlock. Bob XVadlington fall three of 'emj. june 4. Honor Council. Politics. jim Stewart after Beauty Contest. Present Address: S. A. E. House. Lizzie Morse. Hugh Burns CSee Soldiers Threel. Dancing in the Blount. Dib and Lib. Bob Barnett. Greek Mythology. Robert Holt-Buck Hatcher. Lyceum. Donald Bain. Co-ed chatter. Robert Holt. Page Three Hundred Fifty-nine Page Three Hundred Sixty Ga rafrffl ., 4:V VVh , , if R I , ,A f V' ,-.-f. v-Q1--N' ' ,ef ' . 1 L 1' 'I 1 'QY Q - I I 3 A , . xg Nj Q' H7622 , 11- , iv. Qi, If iff S' ,, 4- 1 ,V V i Y 7'5Mi:':'l'!!r-4': A N 'L ' l n' -J' -. 1 Fi Q , A G' - , ' r 1 . f1.1."2f"' , - 'L fs., - 5 rw' -Q 4 y ,yfzv ' ,Ya E t .l 51 6 4- . !l'I5"'1l'f wl r aff ww N - X-I f - 1 Q iff A we ' ,- ' , f ' px Page Three Hundred Sifrty-one Page Three Hundred Sixty-two x xx , 1 , ' QE... " .. " , ' . , - 17 film .f',,.,..' , -2. 2. I " 1 ' . -- ',..,f'x ?.'-I 'f '1 V-3-,2:?L,-' I. - A Page Three Hundred Sixty-three I Page Three Hundred Sixty-four Heart and Home Problems Answered Dear Beatrice :-I am a good-looking young waitress at the Farragut Coffee Room. Harold Carlton, a natty young college boy, who said he was from the University, has been begging me for a date. lVIust I give it too him? VVORRIED. !771.N1U6'l'--IVIUSI be somebody playing a joke on you, VVor1'ied. I don't believe the dear boy would do anything like that. Dear Miss Flarefacts:-I am a young co-ed doing the manicuring at the Holston Barber Shop after school hours. Since I have been going with Charlie he has given me a diamond ring, his last year's Zoology note book, and four boxes of candy. I accepted all these. Did I do wrong? BROVVN EYES. Alnsfwfr-I don't know. Don't you remember? Dearest Bee:--There is a certain girl on the Hill I have been following for three weeks with the vain hope of meeting her. She is fair to look upon. During the weary hours that I have trudged desperately, hopelessly at her heels, these words alone have I heard from her sweet lips, repeating again and again,-"Sigma Chi, Sigma Chi-." VVho might this fair one be? ENAMORED. ffnsfwvr'-VVhy', who else could it be but Frances Hampton? Miss Flarefacts:-Pray, who is the track man with the military bearing, whose legs might be likened to a cavalryman's? KATHLEEN. Alnsfwcr-Possibly Eleanor Lytle could tell. My Dear Beatrice:-Dick Mooney and Hoffer Lake both asked me for a date next Friday night. Dick asked me first but Dick can't stay out after Iozoo p. m. VVould it be wrong for me to give the date to Hoffer? IMA SIMPLETON. .ffnsfwer-Use your own judgment but if you give the date to Hoffer let your conscience be your only guide. Dear Miss Beatrice:-I have succeeded in vamping a boy from every fraternity on the Hill but one. How can I complete my record? VAMP. flvzsfwer-VVell, why don't you just call the Pi Kaps up? Frank Hood falls easy. Miss Flarefacts:-I live in Humes Hall and as T. D. doesn't furnish racks I want to know if it would be all right for me to hang my stockings out the window to dry? ALICE. Alnsfwer-It is all right as long as there is nothing in them. Dear Miss Flarefacts:-I have been having dates with a perfectly adorable boy for the past two weeks but he insists on kissing me every time he leaves me. VVhat must I do? CARRIE. Amfwer-Dear girl, if it were not for the censor of this column I would certainly advise you to go to it. Page Tlzfee Hzmdrcfd Sixty-fiz-'c Z 3 E Z 2 , s Page Three Hzmdred Sixty-.9i.r I Freshman Poetry 'Twas a summerls day in autumn And the stars were setting down, While the river whispered softly, And the Hsh played on the ground. VVhile the rabbits swam together, And the sun was shining bright, While the snow was falling swiftly On this calm mid-summer's night. And the pale moon, on the river, Shed its bright and golden rays, While the rocks were floating up it In a thousand different ways. On the banks of this great river, And itls called the "Tennessee," Where ice-bergs float in splendor, And the ships sail merrily, Sat a Freshman making verses And the verses that he quote Would beat the ones that Shakespeare made, If Shakespeare never wrote. And these are just some verses That this Freshman wrote, you see, And all the time the rocks flowed on Upon the "Tennessee," D. H. P.-Finif. Page Three Hundred Sixty-Seven ENGINEER OF FRESHMAN SPECIAL HSTEVVART AND VVADLINGTON, INC." Page Three Hzmdrca Sigfy-eight Whiz Bang! The above loud explosion shook the old Hill from Ayres Hall to Estabrook and wild excitement broke forth in all directionsg so loud had been the detonation that no one could locate the source. Wfith consternation and dismay jim Hoskins hastily called a meeting of the faculty to investigate, the gathering of the clan was typical-save that one member was absent. Doc Ellis arrived with his diabolical smile, reeking of lluxions and psychological iishinessg Doctor Radford came toddling up the Hill with seventeen library books and was met at Science Hall by Daddy VVaite who insisted pulling a joke Cvintage of 18303 which was terminated in order to avert a collision with Bicyclist Moreland who came speeding up the walk with his coat-tails floating in the breeze. Red Matthews, as he sped up from Estabrook, gave a Big U. T. which caused Josephine to spill a tray of cosmetics over in Blount Hall and mutter a string of French profanity before hurtling sedately from her den. Doctor Burke sucked his chin down behind his collar and grabbed Sheepy Gilbert by the nape of the neck to drag him to the meeting. Krakenbuhl neighed loudly and essayed a sarcastic bray as he summoned the Pro- fessor of Vlloodology to join the bone-headed throng. Prexy Morgan suggested that possibly bandits had assaulted the College Miser, but T. D. shortly appeared with his mercenary smile. MacDe1'mott postponed his scheming for grafting into the presidency and agreed to walk up with Judge Neil would he conceal his cuffs and keep his hands in his pockets. Jimmie D. called the meeting to order, but the ignorance of the motley gang precluded an intelligent investigation. In his dilemma jim decided to convoke the fraternities and sororities, even though the Madame broke into tears at the mere suggestion of allowing her girls to take part in anything. The Master Politician first sneaked in and slipped his marksman badge in his pocket lest his crew be suspected of the crime, the Riverside mob staggered in, but were temporarily refused admittance by Sergeant-at-Arms Glocker, who feared that the ale-house fumes would benumb the brains of the assembly. The K. A. poker game broke up and the dice were temporarily pocketedg the Phi Kappa Phi hounds left off polishing their cups, leaving them in plain sight of the street. The SP. E.'s were held up for investigation, their exaggerated side-burns being taken as an indication of bolshevism rather than a puny attempt at modishness. The Peeks bolted from the Phi Mu clandestine-ary and hurried along with the Feegees, the latter greedily munch- ing roast-pig and discussing their plans for winning the scholarship cup in 1998. The Social Prestigers stopped their Etiquette Drill and came over. Stevenson and Baker were unable to find the other member of the local chapter, but came along anyhow. At this juncture Coach Bender arrived, but got buffy and left when he saw the A. T. O.'s caucus. limrordered the doorsto be closed, but A. O. P. Political Beauties drove up in Lucy's car and were admitted before the chattering magpies raced swiftly in and scattered among the Peeks. VVith several preliminary whistles and many endearments the Zetas preceded the blase Chi Omegas, each body sitting on opposite side of the chapel. In grand Ciceronian style and with profuse gestures, Doctor Radford suggested that the explosion had come from Chem. Lab., but was interrupted with characteristic bluster by Niac- Dermott who claimed that the excitement was due to a legal report. Dib Brooks suggested that the explosion might have come from one of Major Raborgls wooden guns, but before he could explain, he was silenced by a hard look from the Zeta side of the auditorium. Doc Holt was rising to offer a theory, but was called to the Kappa Sig section to treat cases of D. T.'s. Dean lim waxed red in the Visage at this delay and the meeting nearly broke when Barnett and Doc bolted the convention and Caroline fainted. Page Three Hundred Sixty-fziize Nando. -.,..,. 3... ..,,a:.3-:r..e..' Suddenly the diminutive Nellie Nicholas appeared with tear-stained countenance to ex la' p in that Dean Porter lay dead on his desk. Amid the vociferous cheers of the student body, Doc Ellis and Daddy Waite Went over to investigate. The atmosphere was surcha d ' h ' rge wit intense excitement as the two un-worthies returned with their report. Ellis stated that the deceased had had a sane and sensible thou ht h' h h g W xc ad caused his skull to crack. Then Daddy Waite explained that the destruction of the vacuum had produced the explosion. The meeting adjourned and then it was that the reporter of the Campus Section noted that the A. D. P.'s and Omegas were present. ' ' -2 .,., Z ' Z ,L 7 -f 4- 'acer - 91 l.,4.7,.L.s.7 UT fm, A 1? fa E r X 5 ?-,i-4, X f R X XY", -4, J! K i X 1 t ! X XXX V- - YQTPZ1 E3 l1.i,.+ Q Q Q ,.. Page Three Hundred Seventy A Co-ed of Yesterday I remember, I remember, The bleachers on the Hill How I used to spend the evenings, Sitting very close to Bill I remember, I remember, To tell there-was no one How he used to make beginnings That led to so much fun. I remember, I remember, The nights We had a hop How We used to shake the shimmie And drink the soda pop. I remember, I remember, The cars upon the Hill, How we used to sit together In his dear old Hupmobile. -But now those days are o'er And indeed it is well, For I hear that nowadays A Co-edls life is h-. Page Three Hundred Seventy-one Ways of Getting By at Tennessee Dr. Wait: Talk to him about his son Charles and h1s car 1. 2 Dr. Burke: Sit on the front seat and look wise. 3. Dr. Scheffer: VVear dresses. 4 Dean Hoskins: Shoot a hot line. 5. Dr. Lee: Tell him his course is hard. 6 Dr. Radford: Tell him you will have your work next time ve to do 7 Miss Crooks: Tell her how much you ha 8. Prof. Fortner: Bring him a specimen. 9 lNIiss Braun: Admire her drawings. Io. Prof. Nfatthews: Attend all pep meetings. rr. Prof. Hamer: Call him "Dr. Hamerf' 12. Dr. Franz: Laugh at all his jokes. 13. McDermott: VVork like h-l. l'up4e Yhrbe Hundred Seventy-Izzo Page Three Hzmdred Sezfmty-tlzree We 11' In +O R,1' +O'6 , . 92 4 1 f -1, L ,Y,f-og a nv UKAA K gp 4" H 54 5 UTZC6 X217 I 2 4' ra 'SVN We 15 46' M32 Q ATIL ex 4. K 4 K f ix . 4: 4 c ,Y my W 2 X I M' f A e 6 O 4 4' B S. 'U' 'E' 0 ' A Z QOQU LW LW Cv rfp X Q ,L - My E if 4'.V2'rDgg 2 . 7- I . O 2 A A-LRF 'qs' 2....'0. . 3 Q A TV G" Qi Q E 'V 6 Cx 'M "6 E' 55 A A Orr i K ' X .fl- NEW p L :ner B,,,,oNa Dlnln Hay K4 fir - . - j.Ch2A'T us I ,X 9, . J 1 1- X I" V Q- 5 ' . M If The and pf nt Journal i 4 Ir Antiseptic Rules for Dancing 1. Couples dancing should observe the six-inch rule. 2. There shall be no 4't0e-ticklingfl "camel-trotting" or "hobbling" on the dance HOOP. 3. Dr. Holt suggests that couples never face each other for fear of spreading disease. 4. Farmers must wear rubber soled shoes to dances to prevent permanent injury to the girls. 5. Each boy must dance with Miss Reddish at least once and during intermission she must be carried for a car ride. 6. Each couple must bring at least TVVO CHAPERONES and these chaperones shall be pro- vided With opera glasses. 7. Dr. Wait shall make an analysis of the punch before, during and after each dance. P EBL l Q frV'A ff' Q kung! SIA . so u 5 Q f 5 rf"z,:'::.2 f' Xb Q A Q jg figs 7- ffl 2 6 Page Three Hundred Se'z'L'11fy-flu' :wr Aknwrzag pa,1pzmH amql 11503 A f' . T72 U 'H' TZ?" "M '? fm A iw f ,Lf 71 XL Li vffff K1 My V V ff 5g ' X if W W 0 ' P if N 5 j . , Q 1 ' ' ffsr Yfsafff' f' 'A I 53S 'I 1- - ,V . ' lg DMC1 X N N X: 1 f ' " '- Il- if V4 f 'Q A W. WH ff J Q QA y DANWQQ S I 291 1 Dv 943 rl 2 A A u N f x ci .w.W,i.fl 2 L1 Q ggtlgfgklx , QQ., 1 My . fwfr , vf .-X L1 .L4fXjn 1 1 a I I W ff A ' M , .5 f . , -ig, ' XX 'Q ! M R P Mr .PQI ' K ff " f Q, XX E N112 ! V i ' QM W QU x ' : i 1 W l T 'X ' -' , zD4fMmA1vH'B ,A I .- 55 H 'nu ke r G 4 FL? F0y1:::Z:vr:Pqg,Dn 522 , if Y 'H 'awn f QA' 1 Q - 'Q f+, ATR I I L i ' my ffm 0 H7 ' E ,' ' lv 'mf fwffil L " Wu: N 1 11 A 'Lj,j1j7E'3,Ti,f,f1,i,,,, I f NLM Q' i M X108 'V6 3 ' Q1 ' S W- W' W' 2 ' X : ' ,F 9 X I Q X W - 7 ff" Y Q En.-L 2 XL X lx 0 fx ffl, ff 1 V , qw HQ X Mi MP. A ULT- Kahn ,1 41 nAR PROD mfA'Qowa.11 Page Three Hundred Seventy seven The following firms and business men have made liberal dona- tions Which were used towards making this Volunteer a success. ' We students will show them our appreciation by patronizing them during the coming year: Anderson, Dulin 8: Varnell J Kuhlman Drug Co. Roy Newman Cigar Co. Gillespie, Sheilds 8: Co. J. Allen Smith 8: Co. C. M. McClung 8: Co. Littlefield 8: Steere Journal 8: Tribune Southern School 8: Supply Co. Sullivan Underwood 8: Lea Knoxville Sentinel Knoxville Railway 8: Light Co. H. J. Cook Co. Roth Coal Co. Whittle Springs Hotel Make E ectricit Your Servant Let us show you our Guaranteeclilines of such Electrical Products as EUREKA VACUUM CLEANERS THOR ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINES WALKER ELECTRIC DISH WASHERS SIMPLEX ELECTRIC IRONING MACHINES STANDARD ELECTRIC SEWING MACHINES HAMILTON BEACH MOTORS UNIVERSAL AND HOT POINT COOKING UTENSILS AMERICAN BEAUTY IRONS Artistic fixtures, floor and table Iamps also help to make the home cheerful and pleasant You will always receive a cordial Welcome Whether you Wish to purchase or inspect Henry M. Moses Electric Co. 61 5 Market Street "Send for Moses When the Light Goes Out" CRHJUTIH Cut Flowers for all Occasions University Students and Others Know Qur Service Both Phones 317 West' Clinch CLOTHES' "With the Punch' ' Young men like them, for their Styles, handwork. fit and because they are different from ordinary clothes. "HALL-MARKED" clothes are not cheap "hand-me-clowns" but the very best hand-tailored garments we can buy. Try 'Em On Hallas "On the Squarew MEN'S SHOP Clothing-Furnishings and Hats QP 49 Q SCHRIVER BROTHERS 331 Clinch st. opp. P. o. I 1 i Knaffl 8x Brakebill ' PI-IQTOGRAPHERS Old Phone New Phone 5222 GAY ST. , "Photographers in your townn THE BIJOU THEATRE "The Amusement Center of Knoxvillen Presenting KEITH VAUDEVILLE and Motion Pictures Extend to the Students, Faculty and Visitors of the UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE a hearty Welcome, and Want you When in search of amusement, entertainment and relaxation from studies and classes to visit the BIJOU THEATRE E Q i 1 The University of Tennessee . KNOXVILLE Head of Public School System Courses in Language, Literature and Science, leading to the de- grees of A. B., B. S., M. A., M. S., Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Hydraulic and Chemical Engineering, Agriculture and Horticulture. Thorough courses for the preparation of High School Teachers. Separate and Well-equipped laboratories for Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Psychology, etc. Shops, Drawing-rooms, Testing Laboratories for Steam, Mechan- ical, Electrical and Hydraulic Engineering and Mechanical Construc- tion. Two beautiful farmsg Well-equipped barns, etc. Regular four- year course in Agricultural Science, and short courses in Agriculture, Horticulture and Dairying, eight Weeks of each year, beginning Jan- uary l. Co-education. Women admitted on the same terms as men. Good dormitories for Women. Full course in Home Economics. Free- hand Drawing and Design. Vocational courses under the Smith-Hughes Act. TUITION FREE EXPENSES LOW College of Law, Knoxville. Three-year course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Laws. Tuition M00 per annum. Malcolm McDermott, Dean. College of Medicine, Memphis. Four-year course. Excellent equipment. Fine Hospital advantages. Full Faculty. Tuition S125 per annum. To Tennesseans M00 per annum. Mclver Woody, M. D., Dean. College of Dentistry, Memphis. Four-year course. Fine Lab- oratories and Clinics. A. Gardner, D. D. S., Dean. School of Pharmacy, Memphis. Three-year course, leading to the degree of Ph. Ci. For further information, address The Registrar, University of Tennessee Knoxville, Tennessee The can of the Worl-cl is for YOUNG MEN and WOMEN Who are trained in Business. The future of young people depends on the education they receive. An Age of Specialists Young men and Women must specialize to succeed, and the great business world offers unlimited opportunities to those Who are highly trained. The Only Accredited Commercial School Ours is the ONLY school in East Tennessee that is ac- credited by the National Association of Accredited Com- mercial Schools. Only the best schools of the United States are accredited. Comparison I will prove many things. Compare our size, equipment, records and standing among business men with those of other schools. Liberty Bonds and Notes Accepted on Tuition Knoxville Business College "The Quality School of the South" FRANK MILLER, President R. LOWERY, Vice-President NEW CUMBERLAND HOTEL In the heart of the Business and Shopping Centers. All rooms equipped with hot anci cold running water andjeleph J. A. Campbell, Proprietor KNGXVILLE, TENN. 1878 1921 S. B. NEWMAN 8: CO.- Printing-Binders Office Supplies, Stationery KNOXVILLE, TENN. BURR, PATTERSON 81 COMPANY DETROIT, MICHIGAN The Favorite Fraternity Jewelers of the University of Tennessee THE E. E. CARR DENTAL. LABORATORY AND MANUFACTURING NESBIT BRIDGE WORK and ANATOMICAIO PLATE WORK A SPECIALTY Phone Main I974 MEMPI-IIS, TENN. P. O. Box 931 I56 Monroe Ave. Expert Laboratory Service. Removable Bridge Work with Original Patented Attachments. Correctly Articulated and Perfect Fitting Dentures in Metal or Vulcanite Boxes, En- velopes, Stickers, Etc., on AppIication. GWINNER MERCERE MFG. CO. DENTAL LABORATORY MEMPHIS I 89 Madison Ave. TENN. Exclusive Agencies Wilson and Spalding Athletic Goods Sportsmen's Supplies-Athletic Outfitters "BEEN THERE" SERVICE Guns, Fishing TackIe, Ammunition, Golf and Tennis Goods BUCKINGHAM-ENSLEY-CARRIGAN CO. 8 N. Main St. Memphis, Tenn. Phone Main I I55 i :ff , ,V .H-W, I .JK 155-14K --3 QM-,V,:51 5 ' "L, -' " A Q, . 1' 3, XN iv s 1 'I XJ , in - fb Q ' ' 'L-.:,-.:..,Q -V ---.T "1 .JT ,X . ' rx '-ff-2:5 ma, . V ,V KA i i: . .Q ,rf 3- , , ,V A .1-- ' 'L 'V V' ,V- -5 gl. --L'-. 1-HA L4 F- , .. ,, ,r' I .:. 5 V A M ,, H, 6255 19. 1 I N' 1 1 5 I I ' f . - a-, fl.-Qi:-V , -'af uw .'- -ge ,SJ 1' V --V?-'wig 1 Q ' 1 5 A' Ii ff. vriw I x .- 'V f '5:A-'- , W W in 4 ?'i"L"' 7 ' -V , , , . ' . ,111 5- V- ilu ' ' VV' Q --Q 2 V' , '- - . -Ulf' ' . 'P - . L TI? T-if I., - ,'. ' 'L fi-QM 5 'ggi A V-i n F . :gig , - - r-- ' -- '-1: . -" V' .' '. -y.1-VT'a-'- - ' . . , - - J- - . -4 - 1 wa. .:5:Q: .f- " fl' .. 1' .eric , :gf n. Q. - .1 ' V -- --,. :glib "- ' ,.-.-- .. . gg, 4,1 V k, -. 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A V V 5 Q i Dental Chairs, Cabinets, Electric Engines, Foot Engines and Brackets Supplies of All Kinds 65 65 65 EVERYTHING USED BY DENTIST Laboratory Work for Dentists Only-I-Ias Prompt and Satisfactory Attention SURGICAL INSTRUIVIENTS, PI-IYSICIAN'S SUP PLIES, HOSPITAL AND OFFICE FURNITURE, MEDICINE CASES OF ALL KINDS Everything Required by the Physician May Be Found in Our Sto 65 65 Q Mail Orders I-Iave Prompt and Carefui Attention I Your Business Soiicited Gwinner Mercere Co. l9I Madison Avenue :: :: Memphis, Tenness Delicious Mono Nu'CritiOuS it ' 5.56. Qu.s. P411 OF5 THE STAR LAUNDRY Is "The Boys' Laundry" PHONE 451 BEAN-WARTERS 8z COMPANY Printers BLANK BOOK MAKERS-OFFICE SUPPLIES 706 Gay Street ' C Y R U S K E H R PATENT, TRADEMARK AND COPYRIGHT LAWYER 605 SEVENTH STREET, WASHINGTON, D. C Also 609 Empire Bldg., Knoxville, Tenn. Jas. B. Madden, Pres. David G. Madden, Vice-Pres. and Gen. Mgr. H. H. Slatery, Sec dT EAST TENNESSEE PACKING CO. Pork Packers and Dealers in all Pork and Beef Products KNOXVILLE, TENN. THE STARR PIANO COMPANY lVl3l'1Llf3Ctk1I'6I'S of Grand, Upright and Player Pianos Gennett Records-Starr Phonographs 515 MARKET STREET KNOXVILLE, TENN. C. B. BISSELL CDWl'1'1'-1'-"Z72l'11"U"4'-l A l l t W. A, JARRELL SALES DEPT. SERVICE DEPT. PHONES 348 Knoxville Typewriter Company Sales and Service Departments, 519 Market St., Knoxville, T SHIISSSEC Mann "Mortician" 415 West Church Avenue KNOXVILLE, TENN. Q-re-Q Olcl Phone 163 - New Phone l44 B hfC C Ch F ddb RTC 1855 CRANE COMPANY 521 West Jackson Ave., Knoxville, Tenn. VALVES : FITTINGS : PIPE PLUMBING MATERIALS ALEX. McMILLAN CO. Real Estate, Mortgage Loans, I: ire Insurance, Rentals An Institution of Dependable Service 6 I 3 MARKET STREET PRUDEN COAL AND COKE COMPANY Miners and Shippers Celebrated Clear Fork Coal Domestic and Stream Knoxville Tenness e HOTEL ATKIN Knoxvilleis Largest I-Iotel KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE Opposite Southern Railway Station Reasonable Rates Excellent Cafe Banquets a Specialty COLONIAL HOTEL KNOXVILLE, TENN. First class in every particular. Reasonable Rates M. B. ARNSTEIN 8z CO. KNOXVILLES DEPARTMENT STORE OF QUALITY AND STYLE Women's Wearing Apparel, Millinery, Fabrics and Accessories We cordially invite the Faculty and Students of the University of Tennessee to make OUR store THEIR store. ' F ARRIS, FULLER, CRENSHAW CO. Wholesale Notlons 206 Commerce Street KUOXVIHC, TEHHCSS Mother: "Poor Jimmy is so unfortunate." Always remember Aristoplanes' advice t Caller: "How's that?" young women, INfIother: 'During the track meet he broke "Meetum, Iovum, Ieevumf' ie of the best records they had in college." -Tar Baby. R. R. ELLIS, President W. K. LOVE, Secy. Sc Treas. J. W. WYNNE, Vice-President S. E. GRIFFIN, Asst. Sec'y. A. T. WOODARD, Asst. Mgr. Sc Treas. THE HESSIG ELLIS DRUG CO. A Reminder to Druggists of the Future RELIABILITY OF -DRUGS HONESTY OF PURPOSE e e SUCCESS BEGETS SUCCESS Q e START RIGHT WHEN YOU START, WITH A LIVE GROPWING HOUSE Compliments of THE HESSIG ELLIS DRUG COMPANY MEMPHIS, . 1 1 z TENNESSEE S x 3 s z 5 a 5 3 11. 4"LEVZZ'fF :WW 'WQPZ-V , Q: N . M 1 N' L- -9 .3 1 . LF-r,i?. 2- i:n,::q3:i:?"' V . 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V ' - ' V 'i k -V ggi? -142, --','a!f-1' 1 4:15 "U f , f-v a,.V -,xg Vw ' 1927- gf - . ,,..-. A ' M - WM , fb 1 -1 .' P -.1 ,,.-vie.. . nn- ' VE-Www'--4??10f'5:i?vggrx 'MH-'-' ' . '+' ...- ' .:.V,Q.e--M-'frw'E"' -ww . Xs ea-sw - if -2-rf Va -A '. 4 ff .- V-- f - 1: 1-EM! " W4:4'-iZz9Wwff.-wmmzwf12fmb'mis-zs:72'fgy, "- .4!" V '.' .V ' ' X-fi':ibZ54jL,gj3f,fY'g'A4214,-if-'V,V A " fp ' -"- . V,V,44Zif-jbggiig fflv i 1 . fmvz yp V 31 za f Those mentioned below helped to enlarge this Volume g Directory NAFF 6: NAFF .................................... Dentist 20 7-8 East Tennessee Bank Bldg. Phones: Old 544, New I76-R KNOXVILLE AUDIT CO. .............. S. M. Henderson, Mgr. 506 Burwell Building BROWN 8a TOMS ............................... lnsurance 507-8 Burwell Bldg. Phones: Old 4389, New 2992 MAYNARD 6: MCMILLAN ............... Insurance and Loans 704 Holston Bank Bldg. Phones: Old 73l, New 131 NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO ................. Insurance 908-9l0 Burwell Bldg. Phones: Old l868, New l869 METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE CO.. . .B. M. Gaston, Supt. 907 Burwell Bldg. Phones: Old I96, New 816 AETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO .... M. F. Fleniken, General Agent l007 Burwell Building SIMMONDS HOUSER CO. ................. General lnsurance l0l-3 Empire Bldg. Phones: Old 497, New, 654 GARRETT 8: CANNON ...... . ............. General lnsurance 2l4 Empire Bldg. Old Phone I7l3 C. M. BOAYER .... Representative Phoenix Mutual Life lnsurance Co. 8l0 Holston Bank Building. Phones: Old 5751, New 2135 EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE S-O'ClETY. .W. L. Ambrose, Agt. l-lolston Bank Bldg. Old Phone 4246 I-IARR-COLLINS 8: ANDERSON ..................... . .General Agents Jefferson Standard Life lns. Co. for E. Tenn. 4l2-l4 l-lolston Bank Bldg. Phones: Old 5777, New l990 DOOLEY-GILLESPIE CO. . . .A . . .Real Estate, Loans and Insurance Deaderick Bldg. Phones: Old l430, New 223 Fowler AB others 8a Co NCoRPoRATED 9 Capital Stock S200,000.00 I-IOLESALE GROCERIES A D OTIONS, MEATS, SUGARS, LARDS 1 Now Located in Our Handsome New Home, 200-202 East Jackson Avenue Knoxville I "QUALITY PRODUCTS" HCOURTEOUS SERVICE" ALL U. T. 'BOYS GET TI-IE GLAD HAND HERE ' -. 1' eff' '- zfff , 1 um ' if f,-.fz , R 14i,i,E'f .1 . . , 7Q???t 2 l5,j'3 Ms- fm ft, f f' 'i,V , . 9, , ,, M. . . 253 , f, fg , 1,p,'f,, X' 'V-Ain flv :V : ,wgm V' V ' by V- f fm ,, X Wm, , K wah' go . AV, ' V f ag . I - uint. 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Fraternity and Class lnserts for Annuals I Ffaternityg and Class Stationery School Catalogs and lllustrations Seventeenth Street and Lehigh Avenue Philadelphia ' --c.,5- -,. rf .. .. m.mws,mnsL1mmmME There's A Place ln The Business World For You Good salaries, pleasant work and unusual chances for advancement await the graduate of the Knoxville Busi- ness College. Trained young men are always in demand and the recommendation of this old established school will make you welcome wherever our name is known. It is the oldest, largest and best equipped Business College in the South and is the ONLY ScHooE IN EAST TENNESSEE ACCREDITED BY THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION QF ACCREDITED COMMERCIAL ScHooLS We make no misleading statements. HA F air, Square Deal to Each and Every Qnen is our motto. We invite Comparison. Knoxville Business College Frank Miller, President "The Quality School of the South" J. R. Lowery, Vice-President 2 V 2 W. T. ROBERTS COMPANY THE FRIEND MAKING ANY KIND OF FANCY STORE I , GROCERIES Fraternity Trade Solicitecl W. W. WOODRUF F HARDWARE CO. 424-426 Gay Street Knoxville, Tenness SPORTING GOODS BUILDERS' SUPPLIES AND OTHER HARDWARE CHAS. C. CULLEN 'Sz CO. I China, Glass and Silver I-Iotel, Institution ancl Restaurant Equipment ' Vveclding, Personal and Other Gifts 416 Gay Street I Knoxville, Tennessee We are at your service all Ways and always with the loest line of appliances ever shown in the city Knoxville Gas Co. Phone 99 l 1 4 v f 2 3 Clothes- and the Young Man HIS year the young man has his chance. Business demands greater efficiency. Busi- ness Will be more exacting in its demands, but that's just the sort of a chance young men Want. Young men who are determined to make good and forge ahead are going to be particularly careful about their appearance-their clothes. The young man who makes a practice of dressing Well will have the advantage. Clothes are neces- sarily regarded as an index to a man's character, habits and his own confidence in his ability. This store is the home of Hart, Schaffner 6: Marx, clothes for particular me-n and young men. You will find clothes here that possess the quality and style which young men will find a business assetg clothes that are associated With business success. QPQDQ S. H. George 8z Sons The Home of Hart, Schaffner 6: Marx ARMY SALVAGE STORES U. S. Army, Navy Goods, Tent Flys, Clothing Shoes, Blankets, Etc. Get Our Catalogue Free WHOLESALE RETAIL 2 I 0 Cay Street If the Army had it we have it Holston Bank Barber Shop For High Class Work We Successfully Cater to Best Our Specialty is Uni Trade Styles MANICURING AND BATHS M The Standard Agricultural Limestone AMERICAN LIMESTONE CO. KNOXVILLE, TENN. Our Trademark is Your Guarante IE ,,, 77,4 THEODORE Once told the Harvard graduating class that they Wen: gr WORLD to get their education. Your college course is all right, and you have no ndout when you leave school this year, either as a graduate cgr as Get next to the business World, unless you have chose practical business training with us. This will fit you to go in good from the Hrst day. A course in Bookkeeping, Shortha secretary to some man of large affairs Where promotion is summer months when many young m-en and Women are triH: HOUR is hereg will you take advantage of the opportunity I THE DRAGUHQ B OPPOSITE POST OFFICE u f' 1 I is P as duail app .HIC . om o any ci ax 'apic g th ,nd i BU I is 5 1 s Q w XY I -w X EROOSEVELT theyherfe graduating from college and going out into the havciobioubt applied yourself, but what can you really DO radua: dr as a member of one of the lower classes? Ju ha: chosen one of the professions, by taking a course in Htyoto go into any business house, large or small, and make gpinggihorrthand and Typewriting will fit you to be private pl-Option is rapid and sure. This can be done during the 'omeure trifling their time away at some summer resort. The 3 Opptunity and become master of FATE and CHANCE? BUSINESS COLLEGE 1 KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE 3 I 4f 1 i Hifi 2 V Afi ' 1 v i i Stock Early With "DIXIE GEM" The On-e Best Coal f Southern Coal 8z Coke Company Retail Department Q Phones 661 TUDD 8a ARMISTEAD Drugs Soda Kodak Supplies Cigars MARKET and CLINCH When you Want to meet a friend up town just tell them to meet you at- TODD 8: ARMISTEAD U. T. Students Headquarters THE STUDENTS Yours for books, pads and pencils. Yours for Favorite Candy. Yours for U. T. and fraternity pillows, Pennants and Jewelry Your profits over eight per cent. Your place to meet people ancl leave packages. Yours for service in every Way. The Co-Cperative Book Store WELL, how are your feet? Foot trouble causes many a failure in life. We are specialists in the care of feet. We sell goocl shoes at sensible prices. 1 Wonit you come in? Thanks BRUCE-RQGERS Better Shoes That' same little shoe store IOM on Market Square jf I He1gh ho' The Joy and the laughter A dance Wlth v1m Wlth Coca-Cola after. THE CocA-CoLA COMPANY ATLANTA, GA. F 1CA CAUFIELD and SHOOK Incorporated Photographers IIIIIIII LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY IIIIIIII Reprints and Orders of Volunteer pictures furnished by Ietter IIIIIIII OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS OF THE VOLUNTEER Highly recommended for Service, Efhciency and Quality The present Management GARBER-DAVIS ORCHESTRA ,Ian Garber, Owner and Director THE SOUTH'S IVIOST SUPERB DANCE ORCHESTRA Headquarters ANSLEY HOTEL Atlanta, Ga. HOPE BROS. Jewelers Diamond Merchants Dealers in Fresh Water Pearls Opticians Steel and Copper Plate Engravers and Embossers A We Can Relieve Your Eye Trouble F AIRCHILD-CARTER COMPANY Optometrists and Opticians Clinch Avenue, North of Post Oflice You Need the F. G. SCI-lNElDER'S We Knead A Bread the Dough MEMPHIS A K E R Y TENN. There is a real live toggery reason Why Phil. A. l-lalle's smart, trim Fitting, no pad- ding in the shoulders, soft roll suits-hroguish footwear-Toppy hats and wonderful haberdashery are worn by college and prep school men in this section of the South. Exchange Bldg. Pl-lll.. A. l-lAl..l..E Memphis, Tenn. Artificial Limbs, Trusses, Surgical lnstruments, Hospital Supplies, Invalid Chairs, Abdominal Supporters, Crutches Made to Order Our goods are manufactured and fitted by men of many years' experience in this line. R. W. SNELL 151 MADISON AVENUE, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE KERN'S CANDIES have a National Reputation for Purity and Excellence. A Remembrance Appreciated by Your Friends KERN'S FOR "GOOD THINGS TO EAT" See us when up town Q f CAMPUS DAY roswell's Drug Store "QUALITY" "SE.RVlCE" "SATlSl:ACTlON" always comes first comes next is What we all .want WE HAVE IT WE GIVE IT WE GUARANTEE IT Prescriptions are the vital feature of our business, filling them accurately with fresh, pure drugs and quality First in all things accounts for our increasing success. Phones: Hemlock 1947 Hemlock 2098 Hemlock 9142 400 N. Waldron Blvd. MEMPHIS, TENN. Free Auto Delivery Day or Night . Elliott's Miniature Pharmacy . X T1-mel-e'S a reason Why Zell- Phone Nl. 7426 906 Vance Ave. , . ner s lS always crowded. We Deliver The best the m a r li e t ANYTHING ANYWHERE affords, at the rriost reason- ANYTIME able pr1ces, wlth SETVICC Prescriptions Carefully Compouncled unequalled, Cornbine to do it. Where the College lVlan Gets l-lis Clothes V That's Why you find such Well- '-1' ' . . ' 9 dressed men after Visiting I " - . ' 9 I 4 A . 0 AK HALL E51,W-mxmsssuuiwrum-wwf ' MEMPHIS 47 S.MAIN ST , ,,,. . .-- . .P A XA- '17 My S1315 ,SA -. 2- J:-:f.ef. -we., 14254-S 'hvzff llll' ' u . I llll' M -- " .:3v4,QT,4g3g5gQ, .U ll I I QV-, ,res E E il QI f-' 'fd' A ., ,- 4- "" 1 . i ' ., ' S1 ,RE-, ,EM - -,. E-. ' " ' f-"Eff 'H frm . ,,,v' vi'f? ,, . ,4- Sf , , f1f 1 K " ' -Sl" 'o l " "., , 'f' . Colleffe Vlen and G1r1S Cer- , on - LHIHIQPQ' ' ' D ' ' aAlU'm"" 'Q Euro f ' 1- - w " "Q ' Vai. 7' ' 1 - I, tamly demand Shoes, ww 1th X JUE EEEQW,- L . .il - O1-. 5 .l b I , '. -,,,,H.A,--. Lf- 1.. ul " STYLE, SPEED, SERVICE, J M . S 7 U ,QQ-f:i.?'z'.5E T: ff J-I"-': H .v S- X' P 1,:TTS:f1 Q I ., and that S the reason So man -, . fe. 1- , . E-' :, ':.-is. gw5?.f':'3--' . ,1-fT:a,i1i,'L"ff 75255 --14-.'?f52t'3f"--If.: "fZ'4'F.h'2iS5"ff.1'-QLQQ --,Q77"1,L'2I.'1-Ht 4 A' L55 ' trade at S W ., 5-M S2:Qf4YQL5e'4:Q:L:ff-fbi 1-1: z 111 .im SG E SPENCE SHOE CO. 415 Gay Street WE SHOE THE WHOLE FAMILY LEM ANDERSON The Little Grocery Around the Corner Qu NEW PHONES 931-2 OLD PHONES 223-4 3 22 Union Ave. . ffx Q 'P T 41 ,. 5 f 2 3 You can't afford to wear clothes that lower your face value You estimate yourself at li - cl d a un re per cent-Showitl Adler-Rochester and Collegian Brand Clothes adapt themselves to the ideas of discriminating dressers. Individually designed-perfectly tailored. ' W4 figdygybffbz Ol! TF! 7' 7' I RS' FOR THE FAIWJ,-.C Y NEWCOMERS KnoXville's Big Popular Priced Department Store 'Nvhere All Cars Stop NEWCOMERS DAIRY SUPPLIES f Separators Papic Ensilage Cutters DgLavall Clarifiers Louden Barn Equipment Lllflilkers Fairbank, Morse Engines Knoxville, JOHN CRUZE Tennessee r .. in ,nl gil all 4 125 15555555 :ft fm? T YOU PUT ONE OVER! on the High Cost of Living when 4' you buy your shoes from Beamans Men's shoes in all We make 3 5 e' it i P I t h e prevailing cialty of women's styles in b l a c k Llalslng lshoes-T Q. and brown leath- aig or OW cu ' 'f , 84.50 to S10 S5 to S10 Pan' Q Pair BEAMAQN5. Where Cash Rings 219 Gay Loud Q bteeiw-----A' Whittle Springs Hotel, Health and Pleasure Resort '. vfififs Wa' if t ,r eef 9. 1 N 4 ,15 f .. Nw' tE551857l!"l, ,,.. .,. bp . Q ' 'IYff',rxlzltfii. psp, ss--' . -f . . ,, ti-:.1.,f ' " I , ' v as: - .,- .. t Located near Knoxville, Tennessee. Trolley car service to the city every fifteen minutes. Thoroughly modern hotel with every convenience which goes to make one perfectly comfortable at all times. Golf, Tennis, Dancing, and all other out door sports. Largest swimming pool in the south with the most modern filtering plant which supplies the purest Water ohtainahle. Caterers to large conventions, hanquets, dinner parties, afternoon teas, and all social functions. For further information address Mgr. Whittle Springs Hotel, Knoxville, Tenn. Little Girl-Mamma, may I wear niy socks today? . Mother-No, dear, wait till you've grown up. She: "Do you know why I won't marry you ?" He: "I can't think." She: "You guessed it." Galloping Dominoes Sam-Ah done heard dat dey done find Columbus' bones. Ezra-Lawd! Ah never knew dat he was a gambling man.-Columbia Jester. "Breathes there a man with soul so dead, VVho never to himself hath said:" -Some shape! -I'll never play another game of pool or ' shoot craps again as long as I live. -From now on I'rn going to study hard. -How in h-1 did he ever make a frat? -No more sweet spirits of nitre for mine. -I made a damn fool of myself tonight. If there is, let him step forward and re- ceive the elastic crowbar.-Shofwme, in U. of Missouri. In A Taxi "Are you warm and comfortable, love ?" "Yes, dear." "Your feet aren't getting cold?,' "You don't feel any draft on your neck ?" flN0'!Y "Then change places with me." ga 1552 .1 x' , . . W . -1 ----1 -xr mr? V, ' 5 - 1-'w c -, - , A . -fm bi 1- ,. - - . ,VN f H , - -,W , p WA, , ,,-- ':- gr-'Pf '- N--1' -iv , - -., .:. --f -f ' ff ,- 1' . 'sf-. -. - Q . . , , v 45 I-'51 Egg- .fiaf i:f4'Z,1,'-?ig5 "iff ' -- .j,,-g?"'M49 I-"N: 1' - 1 s.....!'-f.f..fJ'.f5 - '..-.,4Zf. -4-- s .1 "NME , -- r :wg-frxrrv . 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