University of Tennessee Knoxville - Volunteer Yearbook (Knoxville, TN)

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HOSKINS . . ...... Presidenf JAMES J. WALKER . . . . Treasurer MEMBERS OF THE BOARD Ex Officio HIS EXCELLENCY, THE GOVERNOR OF TENNESSEE THE COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION THE COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS Firsi-CLYDE B. AUSTIN, Greeneville. . . .... July I, I945 Second-CARY F. SPENCE, Knoxville . . . .July I, 1947 Third-PAUL J. KRUESI, Chaffanooga ...,.......... July I, I949 Fourfh-W. P. COOPER, Shelbyville ,.....,........ July I, I94l Fiffh-HARRY S. BERRY, Hendersonville. , . . . . July I, I95l Sixfh-W. P. RIDLEY, Columbia ...... . . .July I, l95I Sevenih-I. B. TIGRETT, Jackson .... . . .July I, I'-749 Eighlh-GEO. C. ROWLETT, Marfin . . . . . July I, I947 Ninih-JOHN o. MARTIN, Memphis .............. July I, 11145 From fhe Cify of Knoxville WILLISTON M. COX . . . .July I, l943 JAMES A. FOWLER . . . . .July I, I943 From fhe Cify of Memphis WASSELL RANDOLPH . . . . . . .... July I, I95l The fufure of fhe Universify of Tennessee lies in fhe capable and frusfworfhy hands of fhe Universify Board of Trusfees, for wifh fheir efficienf guidance goes fhe welfare of fhe school. The Board is responsible for fhe harmony resulfing from fhe Sfafe's govern- menfal, agriculfural, professional, and business inferesfs. This agree- menf helps in achieving fhe success of an educafional plan working foward fhe greafer universify. The Governor of fhe Sfafe appoinfs fhe Board of Trusfees from promineni business and professional cifizens of fhe various disfricfs. Each appoinfee is fo serve for a fen-year period. The school is THOMAS H. ALLEN . . . . ..... . . . .... July I, l95l direcfly represenfecl on fhe Board by fhe presidenf, business man- ager, and freasurer of fhe Universify proper. Meeiings are held regularly for roufine maffers of finance and adminisfrafion. Called meefings are held for special maffers. The progress and expansion of fhe school, bofh recenf and fu- fure, is fo be credifed fo fhe wisdom and diligence of fhese nine- feen men. They are fhe clirecfing force which will lead our school fo higher affainmenf in fhe field of educafion. Their confribufion of fime, efforf, and wisdom will bring abouf a greaf improvemenf in Tennessee's facilifies for learning. T171 N1 ,uf -MV 523 Q46 .am :Z Za EVE 1 e mwwzfs 4:s'a9iSAwz9f9me422GiS.vmw- . 'ov-. - '- , Xb 14' fx -S L . mf f .N GN ,am-. .,K-,- . , iw kb? f j ug: , .. 5 X if -5 24,711 X VS RMB ,W bg ' vhl M' i, SQ 'N 3 if 'aus ' X 1... Ja ...A ,L 1:1-9?3,,L'f3'Q-'53,-is-.r3,, 3, ' " -s-aug ., ,,,,, I x 7-iv .A .E ,:9izJkSxfY'm-wa-.f sz! f .fav Q One of fhe very serious problems, if nof fhe mosf serious, fhaf Universify of Tennessee classes of l94I will have fo face is fhaf of preservafion of our way of life in fhis counfry. We call if Nafional Defense. lf is far more fhan fhe prevenfion of invasion and confrols from abroad. The infilfrafion of foreign ideals is a serious fhreaf fo our way of fhinlcing and living and demands careful fhoughf, analysis, and leadership on fhe parf of higher educafional levels among our people. Whaf l am implying is fhaf solidarify of American cifizens wifh a clear undersfanding of American ideals and willingness fo sacrifice complefely for fhem, and fo afford leadership in fheir promofion, is fhe obligafion of fhe classes of l94I, whose opporfu- nifies are fhe direcf oufgrowfh of fhese ideals. MlSSHHl THHM lHl PHlSIIllNl The Universify of Tennessee passes along fo you her comforfing blessing and fhe sfrengfh of her experience. She has passed fhrough many nafional crises and has always seen her Trufh finally enfhroned. You have parfalcen of her spirif and you are her sons and daughfers. Some of you will go info army camps: ofhers will enfer upon coordinafing army service acfivi- fiesg many of you will serve behind fhe lines in upholding fhe arms of fhose in fronf. Whefher or nof fhis crisis be one which leads fo exfremes, we should recognize fhaf we are definifely in a nafional crisis and fhaf our counfry and our way of life demand our wholehearfed supporf. l am concerned, however, iusf as much abouf our infernal relafionship and solidarify under fhe American Flag. You will carry on, I am sure, in fhe spirif of your Alma Mafer. l should like fo bespealc also fhe blessing of fhis insfifufion upon your normal life relafion- ships. Affer all, crises come and go and fhe efernal resiliency of fhe human spirif in fhe end preserves normal living. lf has been so and if will ever be so. There shall be "wars and rumors of wars," buf fhere shall also be fhe wholesome life which God infended for His world. lnfo fhis life your venerable Universify ushers you, wifh fhe fond expecfafion fhaf your maior hopes and aspirafions, your cherished ideals, and your sfrengfh of characfer shall be preserved in wholesome living. JAMES D. HOSKINS. The Presidenf as Business Men Know Him The Presidenl' in Cap and Gown af Torch Nlghf T191 Aclminisiraiion Building 6 Q I4 .4 C7 lHl lINlVlHSIlY Biology Building Dean Fred C. Smiih Known as a liberal, far-sigh'l'ecl educafor, Dean Fred C. Smilh holds 'rhe lille, Dean of +he Universily and Dean of 'l'he Graduale School. Dean Smifh came 1'o 'lhe Uni- versiiy in I936 from Harvard. Dr. J. A. Thaclcsfon, Dean of l'he College of Educa- 'l'ion, is ihe man guiding 1'he reaching of 'leachers who will fill lhe places of our leading s'la+e educaiors in years 'l'o come. Dean L. R. Hesler, Dean of ihe College of Liberal Aris, is besl' lcnown on lhe campus as an able aufhorify on siudenl' welfare and campus aclivilies. He is an ouf- The Alumni Gym i201 Dean J. A. Thaclcsion Dean L. R. Hesler Dean M Jacob sfancling bolanisf, and a glance a+ +he lis'r of commiHees on 'I'he campus of which he is a member will give conclu- sive proof of his capable aclminis+ra+ion of s+uclen+ and Universily problems. Heading one of +he finesl' Agricul+ural colleges in +he Unifed Slafes is Dean M. Jacob, Dean of +he College of Agricul+ure. Throughouf +he sfale is evidence of +he ex- perimenfal work and research fos+ered by 'rhe Universi+y. To Dean Jacob goes lhe creclil' of coordina'I'ing +he worlc so as 'lo keep 'rhe S+a+e agriculfure on lhe high level H' now enjoys. Adminislrafion from Top of Campus The Library Dean John O. Moseley Dean Harrie+ C, Greve Dean Henry B. Wilfham Physics and Geology Building ZJVL4 0 The U niversify Library hwy:nwWif.uWQ.,WK'wmJsi"WfwrffwswvPwvzwfuunw2m4QW1fmwg,zmwiwLf'fMfff, 'Mfwwd'U2MS:i',ff1vwM6fff441' NEW: lHl llllllllllll Dean N. W. Dougherfy Dean John O. Moseley, Dean of Sfudenfs, has only been on fhe Universify campus for fwo years, buf fhere is a place for him in fhe hearfs of all who have had con- facf wifh him and his ideals. A graduafe of Oxford, where he was a schoolmafe of Anfhony Eden, Dean Mose- ley came fo Tennessee from fhe Universify of Oklahoma, where he held fhe fifle, Dean of Men. Favorife wifh fhe men as well as her women is Miss Harrief Greve, who fills fhe office of Dean of Women. Her charm and sincere undersfanding have combined fo make her a friend fo every girl and every boy on fhe campus. The Biology Building Porfal Ayres Hall from fhe Biology Building The College of Law is headed by Dean Henry B. Wif- ham. Through his guidance and foresighf, fhe Law Col- lege of fhe Universify has come fo be rafed as one of fhe finesf in fhe Soufh. His abilify fo be sfern wifh sfu- denfs for fheir own benefif has made him a popular fig- ure among fhe men af Tennessee Hall. Serving his firsf year as a full-fledged dean is Dean N. W. Dougherfy, Dean of fhe College of Engineering. Dean Dougherfy is well known fhroughouf fhe sfafe as a capable and dependable aufhorify on maffers involving fhe mosf infricafe principles of engineering. The Alumni Memorial Gymnasium T23l Sradium Dorm and Power Planf Gl.ZW..'..z.f..f... 0 iHi HNIVTHSITY Ferris Hall X12-525 wg'-M , 1. I jQ:E1:"1j:1 -.-f-wp.:,a..g:, 631113:-lQ34xQq - s Q, as .-.Q-...mf M X- ,. ,. if ' ,.,.,.,.:,:.g1g, ..,, C 5--::. 4 - wfrgwkb -wf:.f-ww:-Wil Wi' X ' - , f 11. iw M'if'f?rK C .' ' .T T . ' . . ' - ,I ' ,- ' -- M-4 4559159-1 s- 433232 xy- -sl my pg: 'g . N ffm:f '- -' ,X .- -' 'gag hi-:,-SJ. 2 A. ., " ,fx ,. .ff 155-53 v z..QZ'-'W ,Q , v ix- . ' -. 1 1- sz : MY- ,, -1 "V ,Asp-ss . - -. .99 2 - v '- -' vi . .f, .-:--.. - . fa: ' ' :-:g-1, . g,-:W . ' . Y , ' .fs I Q f .pf '- . 'T L Q.. -. . H .0-11..2:f' :'f1f5iifs:' W2 -fi. 1' ' 59. ' . , --'fk"fW'fP2a"'."- M, : - . .., 1,f.' - f. - 'QP' ? 4'f"1'L.w1." ILP. -f"'f .1 Tw-,+ . swf' 2 .: 'Y ' 'ew---:ii-fi' ' .-.. Ewa- 1234 "' N' 1 as ,. .fe - A2fErs:r:-r-132' -' . '1' z1Hf:?'1??"' 14.51-14,5- fm 'A K-. r agtfrpfsirzglpzif ci:-z 5 Ayres from P. 8: G. Building To Mr. J. P. Hess goes The faslc of handling 'rhe Uni- versi+y's money affairs. Under ihe +i1'le, Business Mana- ger. Mr. Hess has combined keen and efficieni' manage- meni' +o sreer 1'he Universi'I'y ihrough a period of con- 'rinual cuH'ing of +he s'ra+e appropria+ion and rising prices. The Treasurer of 'rhe Universiiy is Mr. J. J. Walker. Collecring of regisiraiion fees, clireciing fhe use of all Universiry properly, and general adminisiraiion of ihe Universiry moneys are Mr. Wallcer's duiies. Dr. R. F. Thomason holds The +i'l'le of Regisfrar. Upon his shoulders falls rhe iob of planning schedules, siraighf- Mr. J. P, Hess Esfabroolu Hall ening class conflicfs, and compiling and recording grades. His affable manner in dealing wi+l1 +l1e s'l'uden+s has won for him 'I'l1e sincere friendship of every man and woman. A friend of every s+uden+ in+eres+ed in +l1e be'H'ermen'r of 1'l1e Universi+y is Viclor M. Davis, Direclor of +l1e Bu- reau of Personal Service, and Alumni Associalion Execu- 'l'ive Secre+ary. Vic, as he is affec'I'iona+ely known, is +l1e man mos+ seniors consuli' abouf 'rheir life's work. He is an experienced man in +l1e field of business placemenf, and a veri+able wheel-horse in +l1e all-impor+an'r Alumni Associaiion. Mr. J. J. Walker g Henson Hall Dr. R. F. Tlnomason Mr V M Davis E251 Ayres Hall from fhe Fronl Mr. F, C, Lowry Miss Jessie H Old Soulh College Direc+or of Universi+y Ex+ension is Mr. F. C. Lowry. Always an impor1'an+ branch of +he Universi+y, +he Divi- sion of Exfension has grown 'I'remen:lously in +he pas'I' few years, and 'rhe fine work being done by 'ihe division is direc+ly aHribu+ed +o ihe keen execu+ive aloili'ry of Mr. Lowry. He also is Adminis+ra+ive Council Secre+ary, and Chairman of +he Publicafions Council. Miss Jessie Harris, Direclor of +he School of Home Economics, has, by sound policies and +horough direc- Hon, made +he Universi+y School of Home Economics one of 'Phe besi in +he land. arrig Dean C. E. Ferris I26'l ,,,,,.wf" The Home Economics Building Fel-rig Hall Dean Emeriius C. E. Ferris of The College of Engineer- ing, relired from ihe posilion of acfive dean, and now serves ihe Universiiy in an advisory capaciiy. He is a renowned aui'horH'y on mafhemaiics and maierials, and is almosi' as well known by several excellenl' inveniions 0 'lhai' he has placed in his field in receni years. lf 'C 6 C Z A 0 Heading l'he fasiesl' growing school in Jrhe Universily Adminisiraiion. His able guidance has led 'ro greal im- is Dr. T. W. Glocicer, Direclor of 'lhe School of Business il' H I U N I V E H S I TI' Y provemenis in lhe business curricula ai +he Universily. Dr. T. W. Gloclrer Morgan Hall from fhe Highway Mr. C. A. Mooers Mr. Sfanley Johnson Dr. C. A. Perkins Sfafely Ayres Tower evww,.MWmns 11mKe,.,.wHwgi-mug-g.w,,.s.' As Direcfor of fhe Agriculfural Experimenf Sfafion, Mr. C. A. Mooers has fhe job of proiecfing Universify sfudy info pracfical research problems. Evidence of his excellenf work may be found in all fhe pracfical experi- menfal facilifies now available af fhe Agriculfural School and af experimenf sfafions fhroughouf fhe sfafe. Acfing as confacf man for fhe Universify wifh fhe press and fhe public, and bearing fhe fifle of Direcfor of Pub- lic Relafions is Professor Sfanley Johnson. His facf and diplomacy has been of unfold benefif fo fhe Universify and fhe Sfafe, and his knowledge of Sfafe affairs and Ayres Hall from Cumberland Avenue Mr' C- E' Brehm The Library from fhe Corner governmenf causes our polifical leaders fo seek his con- sulfafion on vifal maffers. Direcfing engineering research is Dr. C. A. Perkins. His 'rifle of Direcfor of fhe Engineering Experimenf Sfa- fion suggesfs, and righffully, fhaf if is clue fo his efforfs fhaf our Engineering College holds fhe high presfige in experimenfal work, as well as ofher branches of engi- neering. Never in his office is fhe facf, buf his fifle is Direcfor of Agriculfural Exfension, and fhe reference is fo Direc- Zzeclfow 0 New Girls' Dorm and Cafeferia The Y. M. C. A. Building for C. E. Brehm. His imporfanf work fakes him across fhe enfire Sfafe many fimes a year. E291 X w 1'-Xl Pix 'fx vii SD K Vxxf Ar, ,X 4- V X 1 f ff lf, if ,X ll, LA ,fff A , K X flf RF X h K sk' Wx WX- EXK X .X Xxlitlp f x , X x EI XX X fw XM QQ W E Y Xf ,M X 'N N K xx. XX f , k " ' " f "Ulf 1 . Y : . hi- I-15 " ix 'Q'WJ7'-?'wf':1f5Y1i -"':a'1,..5'g1f':?1wfsz:L W I ' V ' . . "jg'3,f:L, "51l'.,1!-il .inf 1r'Sf'1'-' fizflniificiiyai25LP?-'l'24,"1fT6-f3ffrQTQ-52: 1 U A 'f 5 , .wiv-9 'ML 4,235 -5PW'e4a::J".i'5""1i. 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Womack and Brown gel lhings sel- lled. nou ini ciiivus l. The Volunleers lceep Jrhe lceg al home lor an- why. 4. Norb walches The loss. 5. Dull saicll olher year. 2. Flay and Margarel have a would- 6. l-lolcl'er Bill! 7. Willie's noi iusl sure! 8. The be eavesdropper. 3. Swami River-l clon'Jr know Volelles prepare lo lake Jrhe fielel. 9. l-louse Dance. E391 lllllllll HASSES I. Porlwoool Jrells aboul I+ on The "corner," 2. A+ len +iII eighl, Jrhe Y cabinels iniliale The un- inilialed al Chrislrmaslime. 3. Sleep on-sleep on! Musl be an eighl o'cloclc. 4. Derby Day, ancl lrosh co-ecls cornpele lor Sigma Chi. 5. Cowboys. 6. And only one could gel a dale for lunch. x 41 wifi pg gf, if X 'Nix s ,S if mwfw-nmvfwwfaw w f A10 vw , , iff f Q X7 f 1 it 1 Zounds! WhaT beauTiful arches! SHIT HAWITIS Sadie l-lawkins-The day when women Taken over The campus wiTh The men aT Their mercy. This is The Time when The campus lads resolve To dance wiTh many more OT The gals ThroughouT The ensuing year and learn To Their discomTerT ThaT backward dances have Their backward momenTs. lT's all very amoozin' To The girls. and conToozin' To The boys, heaven help 'eml The beginning All ye f 422. vw , ff QQSW52 f wx .Jai 'L fi , I Q 5,47 ' ff X7 X WW W f , 4,3 f W f, W f1W 1 M , .W ,, , , fff Y' ' 34,1 1, ,Y 's My 0 E ff, , M aw f'C QA- of Q we 4339 "" WA af ww rw ww may Q ww- W A, wwqp ,tgp 1,9 1 , A 'gb -. ffc,rfg,4,f4g9 f fin, , - ,ew X11 A fzzffggggz, A:QSW'4f':' 1' ' f 1. may " V 8 - U4 Y' if fm Y. 20 w 'f.f ifiiilfw' f 'fsai' V., "5 53 J' "ftP"yZj..'z1?'T:j'fff,. w , , f ' " .1 ' .1 f v,.5gf,3.33g914:gg, -A - A Jilfiziiigi ' Q 74 ' . ' M,"9?4E3'Z'i5,.ef1y"? f1L"5v?-if , A,f.,41,f f- 17- wen- W '- - 9- 'Q76v'zf'ii 'f' '. . , k.U,,5,V,J,,1!7,.,,,z1.x I ,554 . , . , ,171 -.ZH . 1-fr.:-,. LV,-W4 V AM I ' ' 1.1 -14" f main M - ' ' ff ' ' X ,x v . . kiwi .fg::,:f. -Q , . -. Sb? . 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Gel any mail, Coors? 5. Bob Andriolge, Esquire. 6. Flossie meels Mickey O'Brien while Foxx looks on. 7. Davis and Graves, happy over some- lhing. 8. Bascom hurries lo his box. 9. I'IoIl and I-Ioler gel logelher. IO. Maybe I had beller slarl going lo as- sembly, loo. I I. Evelyn I-Ioll eyes lhe camera, or camera- man? I3. Il musl be some- lhing inleresling. Ask Beeler, Roberlson, Pecligo, or Baker. I4. Toar and Rose pause lor a momenl. I5. We don'l believe il, George! I6. Ag Club gels logelher. - - l- The Sigs produce a Derby winner And so They weni' lo 'l'he game HBV-IIA HS Below: I. The midnighr oil becomes inflamed. 2. The sun, The game, and a bollle of pop. 3. Bibb and Kerr-a familiar sighl. 4. Go on, somebocly's wai+'n. 5. Glad lo see you back, Becky. 6. The edi+or's shoulders bow-even wilh Genie. 7. Well, Ig The Volunfeers come on 'the field and hi+ fhe boolrs HANI-Blll-A Il illill' . . . H"s iusl a dance. 8. Smile on smile-Mildred and Willo- deen. Below, leflr: l. Col. Tanner, of Union Cily, smiles al Jrhe camera and OH dillos The Colonel. 2. Sleepy Time Gal-sheef music by courlesy of ASCAP. Below, righfc Tennessee! firsfr cheerleader upholds +he dignily and preslige of Jrhe Class of 'l6. v4 Q ss.-1. ,, - ,, ,Q , J' .sq . -,Z s The co-eds sfand Togeiher Derby Day and a Dance SIGMA CHI DERBY Each year Sigma Chi sponsors The Sigma Chi Derby, in which The Treshman girls oT Tennessee's nine sororiTies com- peTe in a program oT many anol varied acTiviTies. These in- clucle The cleTerminaTion oT The heaviesT co-eol, The lighTesT, The mosT beauTeous, Venus, The TasTesT-meaning on TooT, oT course, winning Team in a Tug oT war, The TallesT, The shorTesT, and The mosT proTicienT in guessing The number oT beans in a jar. The SweeThearT oT Sigma Chi rules over all The TesTiviTies, ancl a olance aT The house on Circle Parlc climaxes The clay. H Q, A - i i 1 I 1 IE The Sweefheari' of Sigma Chi A. 'WV Z, Roulefie and Black Jack enliven 'rhe gailwering affer The Derby ii Sigs beam as campus beauiies s'I'ep1'o Hweir command ww i , ', ,-.FW ,,,,,,,m,,. .V-,,,.,,. V WW- ...W my , V I M,1,, .f,,,,f4f4f1,wyf, ,gwmgwfrv 5 BEAUX- Della's beaufy and Hs cups D THAl'S UT All . . Below, righf: I. BeH'y's books bofher not 2. Handley, Andrews, and Keener observe closely. 3. Hafs off in +he house. 4. The board's good Margie's gol 'rhe corner The sun's fhe cause of if l r M ' s ,-43, K A ' A V, , Yzlmsw Enigma ff -s in , L ,f Astral. ,,.-WW To Ilwe rigI1I: VenuIi's singer gives oul al Ilwe I-Iornecornin' dance. Below: I. For all we know This may be a clream. 2. The Kenluclcy Kernel, I'1is mini iulep, and I'1is belle. 3. Prelly nice smile, Floy. 4. Van ancl Louise silling Ilfmis one oul. 5. Loolc oul Ilwere, buoldy, II1aI's a +igIi+ squeeze, or Foxx Ilwrougli II'1e line. 6. Quick, I-Ienry, Ilie IIII. 7. -I'I'iose cheerleaders again. 8. Leave II Io Clwar- lene, sIie'II Ilwinlc up somellwing dillerenl. 9. I-Ii Lee, I-Ii low. IO. A quarrel in Ilwe foreground willw a guarlrel of All-Americans in Ilwe back- grouncl. SH IIISPIIIIH SAIII 66010 Ii BUYS' .... Above: l. l+'s a parlr o1EBamwar'min',bu+ we olon'+ gel I+. 2. The s+udenJr's nighlrmare-a laboralory. 3. T-E-N-N-E-S-S-E-E. 4. Tough luck, Bascom. 5. Now don? be laashlul, Jane Neal. 6. Frankie, buf bel she. was faking. 7. ll musl be sluclenl assemloly. To The lell, lop: ll is obviously Jrhe Kenluclqy cheerleaolers. Bollomz Genial Jimmy of lhe lashionably plump physique. Below: Sufi and Riola, he houncled us for Clays. lf 5 A 1'F'f5'53E, . - ' .f -E g gi L f - ' fs M "f",fwZf4Y:2wX2 -w9G'lEc3 2r-f.fX9kr'fMzf'1"W my ,m:fQisrs2w:+zm' 'W"-wmv' T. gf' 5252 2 if ff, i i ? 5 Z EAUTY TTA According To beauTy iudge Billy Rose, The I94l VolunTeer beauTy Tea gaThered To- geTher in one building, more beauTy Than iT would be possible To garner in The cenTer OT TheaTrical producTions, New York C,iTy. From some one hundred conTesTanTs, a group oT sTudenT judges selecTed TwenTy-Tour oT The more beauTeous. Large phoTo- graphs were made oT The TwenTy-Tour, and Then submiTTed To The masTer showman. l-le in Turn picked six as beauTy queens, The remainder assuming The TiTle oT loeauTy TavoriTes. Beaufiful dresses, glamorous girls-, and an excellenT Theme combined To make The '4l Tea one oT The mosT successTul in recenT years. EVE EHE IGHEY Above: I. Leo belore- 2. During- 3. And aicler. May he reslr in peace. Below: Faligue in Ealigue clolhes. A+ righlz I. Band anol Volelrles perform al Jrhe hall. 2. l-lere Ehey come. 3. IE Hs mol up ils clown The hill. 4. Ralf race winner gels his iusl rewarol. 5. The inevilable corner. 6. This lime, ils Wesl of The Sun. 7. Della sheller. Below: I. This is regislralion in aII ils glory. 2. Un- cle Tom's Cabin or wlwo broke Ilie I. on Ilie I-I, I-I, D? 3.One,+wo,+I1ree. 4. Taxi! 5. Tlfie bear cannie over Ilie mounlains-from Durham. 6. Wliy don'I Ilwey leave? Cr did Ilwey? 7. Well-I-I-I I don'I' Icnow eillmer. 8. I would, would you? 9. Recruil? IO. Well, go on, say ill II. Well? I2. Blanlc, Slern, and Blank-which one look Iwis cup? I3. Down Ioul nol oul. I4.TI1e one in vvlwile is Salomey. I I IIIII-IIII IIIS 1 ' V. www MQW' M, " K W . ,gg-M. - uf Q 'Q mf- .'?ws fVf we , 1 fm 32, if K Awww 439' fx V? my SQ N w 'QK1 Y Aw' if M is iw W ym ff 2.55. v Y Y A .fgw - :- JW A 5 ,Q s e v' ' N' . J .4Y,t. R is All FraTerniTy and sororiTy sTudenTs spenT long, Tedious hours in preparing Tor The evenT, and Though The rewards oT a maTerial naTure were small, The manner in which The enTire sTudenT body enTered inTo The spiriT oT The occa- sion was quiTe enough To make even The mosT doleTul of alumni swell wiTh pride. OT course The real climax To The evenT came when The wiiiiii ' whisTle sounded Tor The lcickoTT on Shields-WaTkins Field. Some ThirTy-Thousand specTaTors waTched as The Sugar Bowl-bound Vols TwisTed The WildcaTs's Tail To a 33-O score. Johnny BuTler and Breezer Bob Andridge aTTorded The Tans many a Thrill as They showed Their heels To a badly ouTmaTched KenTuclcy Team. The big day came To a close wiTh The Ag Club spon- sored, Barnwarming. Cicler ancl ginger snaps, milking conlesls, and square-clancing highlighlecl The affair, buf Jrhe ever-presenr chanl of college chums of days gone by. meeling again, lenclecl ilsehf lo bring a lump +0 The Jrhroals of unclergraduales. 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M: f- Mgr -,Q , ? ffl . 4 ,W WZ e nf 5 1 1 Above: l-leacl Cheerleader Clycle Knisley ancl Fay happy aboul il all. To Jrhe righl: I. Kenlucky band enioying our hospilalily al Jrhe Barnwarn'iin'. 2. Frosh in line wailing lo vole lor Their class ollicers. Al lhe Bollom: I. Mclnlyre and Belly lripping Jrhe lighl lanlaslic. 2. Dean l-lesler and Dean Moseley, a couple ol regular fellows. 3. l-li Sara, l-li Julia. 4. A group ol Volelles. 5. Barn- warmin' Manager Sam Slubblelielcl. 6. Behnke, lillle sisler Mary Nell, and Nancy lalring il all in. 7. Bobby Ciphers giving The gals a lreal. WI!-lil Il WH!-ll ITS lllll IIS All P III UI IIIIIIIIII To Ilie lell: Bob Foxx, Paul, and Edna checking llie boolc. Above: I. Bill and Mary Rulli pause for idenlilicalion. 2. Give 'em Iwell, boys. 3. Bar- ney, Abe, and Sull iusl before Ilwe B. C. ballle. 4. Weignl II8 I-2. 5. I can'I sludy. 6. Didnwr see us. did you, Judy. 7. Some residenls oi Recrealion Parlor. 8. Jusl a piclure in general. 9. 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Guy Goodwin and his Commanders played for rhe A. S. C. dance series and as in Jrhe pasi, his was one of Jrhe besl repuied local bands in ihe Soulh. For ihe lvlidwinlers Jrhe Nahheeyayli Board presenied Will Bradley, and Then broughi Tommy Dorsey To Jrhe campus for +he Spring Formals. ln addilrion, 'rhe Board cooperaied wiih Jrhe Alumni in bringing Joe Venuri for The Homecoming dance. Orher bands appearing on or near The campus, were: Francis Craig, Bobby Byrne, Ted Pio Rira, and AI Donahue. ArneH' wifh Midwinfers guesi' Joe Venuli presenfs Barnwarmin' cup Bobby Byrnes freais ihe crowd ai WhiHle's - The Sigs pariying al The Derby ,m an ff ' ,, ,.1,w4:-mwwJ as2f0smw'a:wmi:: f 'S , fo! 1,1 if Q 'iffislf ?'S' '2', af .MEQQQ KM ,Z "342Y59, ' ' ' 7 1, I X X A ,fs 1 W W 1 N W ,N . E 3 1 5 Q! ,l I . L ,J .warg , , I , 1 L a mg.. , . H ' W .,'. Mazasiiiiis 'l T,..-,..M,. in , 'Hg wa. LW f AAL :Crunk 22 i 1. 2 K. .14 5 2 X. ft, . 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Thanks, Belly, for 'lhe excellenl' pose. Caroline weighing in af lhe Derby A. O. Pi Prexy Daugherfy Y 'r Q fy. Cpposi'I'e page, boffom, Ieffz I. Barnes gefring a cranium cleaning. 2. Singing a Ia foofballers. 3. I"Io'I' dogs-no muslard. 4. Maxie less his Alabama I'oo+h. 5. Hose Frazier. 6. Willie caring for Flossy. 7. Markefing maiors, Thomas, LuHreII, and Hurchison. 8. Francis Wallace and Harry Grayson here for Ihe Dulce game. Above: I. S. A. E.'s. 2. I-IeIIo, Red. 3. The farmers fhree. 4. Army widows again. 5. The ever popular wall. Below, Io +I1e righf: I. Sarah Louise and some Tri-Dell sislers. 2. The popular Deans cline. 3. Emily and some Y'ers. 4. The Dell house prior ro The big "fire," 5. Max, Billy, and Julia. TIIII SH II PASS IIWIII emQvu.,...,,., , ,. Q .. . Earea-mmwwmeq... , www '- I , 4, ' ff 7 ' Wy, ahh ff f , 7' Firs'f Row: Ailor, BarneTT, Bozeman, Brown, CloTworThy, Fryer, HuTchison. Second Row: Jones, Kennedy, King, Kreiger, Owens, Parker. Third Row: Seale, Skelfon, Vaughan, Wilkinson, Williamson, Worley. ll Sillll The All STudenTs Club is The parenT organizaTion on The l-lill. lT is a cenTral clearing house Tor all The sTudenT acTiviTies on The campus. Every oTTicially enrolled sTu- denT in The universiTy auTomaTically becomes a member oi The A. S. C. RepresenTaTives Trom all clubs and all groups on The campus Tind a seaT on The All STudenTs Club council. A long recognized need was saTisTied in l92O when The presenT All STudenTs Club seT-up was inauguraTed. Under iTs presenT organizaTion, The A. S. C. Council is composed OT TwenTy-one members: The Tour All STudenTs Club oTTicers, presidenTs oT each class, Two represenTa- Tives-aT-large, one represenTaTive from each college, The presidenTs oT The Two C,hrisTian AssociaTions, The presi- denT OT The Woman's STudenT GovernmenT AssociaTion, and The in+ra-mural managers, each serving The guarTer he is in oTTice. T lllllll The elecTed oTTicers OT The council are chosen by The sTudenTs in The universiTy laTe in The spring guarTer. AmidsT ballyhoo and clamor and campaign posTers, The OFFICERS IsAscoM WILLIAMSON . . . . . Presidenf JACK KENNEDY . . TOM BARNETT .... . . vice-Presiaenf CHARLES KING . . MEMBERS EARL AILOR . . EducaTional RepresenTaTive TOM BARNETT .... ...... V ice-PresidenT HOWARD BOZEMAN . . . . . Freshman Advisor HAROLD BROWN . . . . President Senior Class WILLIAM CLOTWORTI-IY . . . . President Freshman Class OID FRYER . . . . . President Sophomore Class AL I-IUTCI-IISON , . Engineering RepresenTaTive C. P. IRWIN . . . . PresidenT, Y. M. C. A. ED JONES . . . JACK KENNEDY . . CHARLES KING . . . RepresenTaTive-aT-Large . Secrelary, A. S. C. . Treasurer, A. S. C. sTudenT body goes To The polls To express iTs will and To elecT Those men who, iT Teels, are besT TiTTed To serve The needs OT The school. In This way, sTudenTs geT a TirsT- hand glimpse oT The American sysTem in The democraTic way. Year by year This inTeresT in The All STudenTs Club EMILY KING . . . MARVIN KREIGER . WILLIAM LEEcEI . WILLIE OWENS . . WILLIAM PARKER , . MARGARET sEALE . SARA. sKELroN . . MEEKS vAueI-IAN . .ILIDITI-I WILKINSON . BASCOM WILLIAMSON CHARLES WORLEY . . . Secrelary . . Treasurer . President Y. W. C. A. . . RepresenTaTive-aT-Large . AgricuITuraI RepresenTaTive Busuness AdminisTraTion RepresenTaTive . . InTramural RepresenTaTive . . . Liberal ArTs Represenfafive . . Home Economics RepresenTaTive . . . . President Junior Class . President W. S. 6. A. . . . PresidenT. A. S. C. . . Law RepresenTaTive eIecTion grows unTil Today This holiday is seT aparT and is eagerly anTicipaTed by all campus polifical TacTions. The elecTion and pre-elecTion acTiviTies OT The poliTicaI TacTions are aided and encouraged by The admirIisTraTion which Teels ThaT all such acTiviTy is healThy and desirable. L811 Emily King, DoT Randolph, JudiTh Wilkinson, Helen Moore, Miss Koch, Miss Heard, MarTha Lady, Rachael PaTTerson, Virginia Hussey, Mary RuTh Bibb, Frances Caldwell, CharloTTe McGuire. IIllllN'S SIUIII I Glllfllillllll I IISSUCIAIIII Upon The general admiTTance oT women To The UniversiTy in I893, The adminisTraTion TeIT The need for a governing board de- signed especially To meeT The coed problem. The answer To This deTiciency was The Woman's League. IT served iTs purpose well, buT as The UniversiTy grew, IT was Tell' Thaf a governing board wiTh much broader powers was needed badly. With This idea in mind, The Woman's STudenT 6overnmenT AssociaTion was Tormed. The W. S. G. A. is made up oT represenTaTives Trom every woman's acTiviTy on The Hill. IT acTs as a coordinaTing body To The end ThaT The highesl' good musT resuIT from relaTed acTion in all female endeavor. COUNCIL JUDITH ANN WILKINSON . ,,,. Presidenl FRANCES CALDWELL MARY JEAN BUSH . . HELEN MOORE , CHARLOTTE MCGUIRE . ANNE LEE CARDEN . . SARA PEAK ..,. VIRGINIA HUSSEY . . . RACHAEL PATTERSON , MRS. . . Vice-PresidenT SARA HINTON . . .. MEMBERS . , Alpha Lambda Delta . . Blue Triangle Club MARTHA LADY . . MARY RUTH BIBB . . . Home Economics Club ANNE LEE CARDEN Residence . . InTra-Mural Manager DOROTHY RANDOLPH .... . . Modern Dance Group ELAINE TOWLE . . . . . . . . . . Morfar Board EMILY KING . . . . FACULTY ADVISORS THERESA ROSTOFER MISS DOROTHY KOCH MISS MARION HEARD E821 . SecreTa ry . Treasurer . . Omicron Nu Pan-Hellenic Council Halls RepresenTaTive . . . Phi Efa Tau J . . . VoIeTTes . . Y. W. C. A.- Over a period ol ninefeen years, Barnwarmin' has come Io 'Iake ifs place as one of U. T.'s besl-loved Iradirions. Each year, under an elecled sraff, The Agricullural School sponsors Ihe evenr and each year il' assumes grealer imporlance and color in Ihe eyes of sfudenls and friends of U. T. Barnwarmin' gels under way wilh Hs Iradirional parade down SAM STUBBLEFIELD DAVID HARRISON . MARSHAL WINTON MALCOLM HANKINS MEEKS VAUGHAN . . . Manager . . . . . . Assislanf Manager BOB BOYD .,,....,... lrom The campus and Ihrough 'Ihe hearl of Knoxville. Fralernily houses ouldo Themselves vying 'lor Ihe "bes+ decoraled house" prize. And Ihal nighr everyone goes Io Ihe appropriarely dec- oraled gym, where 'midsl cider and cookies and bales ol hay, Ihey dance lar inlo lhe nighl as l'l1ey elecl a Barnwarmin' Queen Io preside over The fesliviries and Ihe Homecoming game on Ihe morrow. DAVID CHANDLER .... , . Aggigfanf Manager BILL TANNER ...,.. ...,. . Assistant Manager . . , . ..,.... Assislani Manager COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN , . . . . Decorafion . . ,..... Program . . . Special Decoraiions MILLARD SHIVERS Relreshmenfs JESSE SAFLEY . . Square Dance JACK KENNEDY . . . PubIiciIY W, C, SHARP , , A . . Adverrising RALPH WILKINSON TFGHSPOVIBIIOU JERE TURRENTINE . V Clean UP BILL LEACH . , . - PrO+eCIi0r1 IIIIII W!-II-IM BROWN BEASLEY - . . . Special Feafures FRANK PATTERSON . . , , ,,,,,, Parade EUGENE ADKINS , . . , Elecfricily and Lighfs JOHN I-IAMILL I - . Square Dance Decorafions TOM DAVIDSON ,,,, , 4 Finance RAY WILKINSON . . . . , , Tickers KENNETH PARKINSON . , . . . , . . lnvifaiions DAVID HARRISON . , ,............ Chaperone LILLIAN LOWE ., ,,.., .. Home Economics Cooperafive ANNE LEE CARDEN .... . , , . Home Economics Cooperafive , . .,.. , Grand March I CIIIVIIVIIIIII Firsf Row: Adkins, Boyd, Carden, Davidson, Hawkins. Second Row: Kennedy, King, Pafferson, Safley, Sharp, Shivers. Third Row: Sfubblefield, Tanner, Turrenline, Vaughan, Wilkinson, Winlon. I - -Marv' I mI,M u,B .m'mfu ,s H , mm 'mural l ADVISORY ASSISTANT MANAGER: Joe Wise. SENIOR ASSISTANT MANAGERS: Bedford Berry, Ed Story, and Frank Kelly. JUNIOR ASSISTANT MANAGERS: Clem Wilkes, Arthur Lyons, Hugh Shack- letord, Woodrow Thomas, Mary Thornburgh, and Eugene Fretz. ADVERTISING: Foster Arnett, Chairman, John Yarbro, Bill Moltett, Martha Sutton, Caroline Clemens, Sid Fryer, John Davis, John McCallie, Mar- gie Evans, Jimmy Kerr, Sam Miller, Frankie Fonde, Ed Horton. ANIMAL: Caye Behnke, Chairman, Mary Ruth Bibb, Bill Clotworthy, Frank Austin, R. I. Deadrick, Jack Wright, Vic Klein. ' ATTENDANCE: Dot Jackson, Chairman, Emily Throop, Jeanne Gritlin, Mike King, Ed Cole, A, C. Faquin, Catherine McLaughlin. BOYS' ORGANIZATION STUNTS: Woody Riddick, Chairman, Bill Holder, James S, Bowers, Baxter Patton, Joel Whitten, Louis Winn, Thomas Mayo, Mike Capanegro. DANCE: Buzz Tanner, Chairman, Kenneth Parkinson, Rose Martin, Willis Henley, Frances Caldwell, Alix Smith, Dayton Campbell, Joe Harbison. DECORATIONS: Catherine Daugherty, Chairman, Mary Nell Greer, Mildred Carter, Ray S. Moore, Burgess Brier, T. A. Williams, Dorothy Haynes, Clara Grubbs, Ernestine Haney, Anne Daughtry, Pinky Hickerson. ELECTRICAL: Charlie Sprankle, Chairman, Hugh Neil, Don Bosson, Lapsley Hope, Bill Peterson. GIRLS' ORGANIZATION STUNTS: Dot Wild, Chairman, Mary Woodward, Sara Frances Calvin, Charlotte Tipton. INDIVIDUAL STUNTS: Emily King, Chairman, Eugenia Franklin, John Smartt, Sam Hill, Felix Buchanan. JUDGES: Ed Pickett, Chairman, Champ Stevens, Meeks Vaughan, Lila Jane Armstrong, John McLeod, Marion Caldwell, Jean Dail, J. M. Smith, Jr. MISCELLANEOUS: Judith Wilkinson, Chairman, Clarence Goodman, Billy Meek, Floride Parker, Charles Ellis. PARADE: Al Hutchison, Chairman, Joe Barton, Robert Reaves, Lester Lari- mer, Dick Miller, J. E. Brown, Jr., Ben Rogers, Newt Whitis. PUBLICITY: Bill McClure, Chairman, Seymore I-Ienck, Lee Fowler, David Pack, Walter Hoe, Jack Brown, Wm. Knox West, William Letfler. PRIZES: Margaret Gillespie, Chairman, Helen Moore, Margaret Phillips, E. O, White, Margaret Webb, Connie Ayres, Frank McVeigh. TICKETS: Sonny Carey, Chairman, Margaret Portwood, Sara Louise Prater, Robert Acker, Nancy Horner, Isabel Smith, Harriet Chapin, PROGRAM: Barbara Newman, Chairman, Ben Moore, Isabel Robinson, William G-arity, Henry Burem, K. N. Harris, Jr. STAGE: John Burkhart, Chairman, Charles Ellison, Leon Hay, Oliver Agee, John Lundy, Robert Ludwig, Cheatham Weaver, James Paschal. First Row: Adams, Behnke, Berry, Bibb, Daugherty, Franklin, Fretz, Second Row: Newman, Osborne, Sloan, Smith, Stubbletield, Thomas, Thornburg. l841 Fi EHHNIEUS Froliclcing Carnicus furnishes lhe colorful climax ro The spring social calendar. Fralernilies and sororilies baffle exciledly over loving cups for lhe besl slunl and lloal. Preceded by a parade and olher lighl reveling, Carnicus is culminaled loy The crowning of Jrhe Carnicus Queen Jrhal nighl. rsl' Row: Hulchison, Kelly, Marlin. Second Row: While, Wilkes, Wise. Carnicus Manager Sammy Beall is il S. rl fi V ai 1 l 5 gi ii' u 5. 2 Ei il ii l li .. J .l :I 1 Ii fi l l l l l l l i i i . v i 1 l i l 1 l l l i Flrsl' Row: Armsfrong, Davis, Glennan, Hancock, Jones, Joyner. Second Row: Kelly, NorTon, Owens, Sfory, Swearingen, Tate, Wallace. . Twice each year The Nahheeyayli Governing Board brings To The l'lill Two naTionally Tamous dance bands Tor a series oT Three dances each. In l925, The adminisTraTion and sTudenTs. Teeling The need Tor such a TradiTion, Tormed The Board, which is composed oT I4 TraTerniTy and Two non-TraTerniTy men and a TaculTy represenTaTive. lTs name, Taken Trom an old Indian name, means "dance oT The green corn." -The Board has always been in TasTe wiTh U-l's TinesT TradiTions. Hllllllllll THE PRESIDENTS Mid-Winlers, Ted Kelly as Spring Formals, Maurice Roach OFFI-CERS FOR THE MID-WINTER MEMBERS TED KELLY ..... DAVID SWEARINGEN MAURICE ROACH . ED JONES ...... WILLIAM OWENS . JAMES WALLS . . OFFIC MAURICE ROACH , WILLIAM HANCOCK EUGENE TATE . . . EDWARD JONES , , WILLIAM OWENS , . ..........,........,....PresicIenI . . . . Vice-Presidenl . . .,... Secrelary . . . . . . . Treasurer . . . Assislanl Treasurer . , Faculfy Advisor ERS FOR THE SPRING FORMALS ...................,....PresidenI . . , . Vice-Presidenl , . ,..,. Secrelary . ....,. Treasurer . . Assislanl Treasurer JACK ARMSTRONG JOE BROWN .... WILLIAM DAVIS . . KENNETH GLENNAN WILLIAM HANCOCK. . ED JONES ,.,... ROBERT JOYNER . . FRANK KELLY . . TED KELLY . . . JAMES NORTON , , WILLIAM OWENS . MAURICE ROACH , ED STORY ....., DAVID SWEARINGEN GENE TATE . . . . J. A. WALLACE. . . JAMES WALLS . . . . Della Sigma Phi , . Non-Fraiernily . . . ,Sigma Chi . . Della Tau Della . . Kappa Sigma . . . . Pi Kappa Phi . ,... Kappa Alpha . Phi Gamma Della . . Pi Kappa Alpha , Alpha Tau Omega Lambda Chi Alpha , Sigma Phi Epsilon . . Phi Sigma Kappa . . . Non-Fralernily ......Sigma Nu Sigma Alpha Epsilon ,..,,..FacuIIy IIUIIIII IIII IID L87J CHAIRMAN F. C. LOWRY The PublicaTions Council is The execuTive commiTTee oT The UniversiTy oT Tennessee Publishing AssociaTion, lnc. IT has The iob oT direcTing The publicaTion oT The Orange and WhiTe, semi-weekly newspaper, and The VolunTeer, The yearbook. The PublicaTions Council is composed oT a chairman and Two TaculTy men who are appoinTed by The PresidenT OT The UniversiTy, and an alumnus member and Two sTudenT members who are elecTed by The sTudenTs aT The regular Spring ElecTions. The sTudenTs who have signed Tor a VolunTeer or subscribed To The Orange and WhiTe are qualiTied To voTe Tor The sTudenT members and The alumnus member. Through The able guidance of Mr. F. C. Lowry, chairman oT The Council, The publicaTions have shown excellenT progress in The pasT Tew years. New oTTices wiTh modern eguipmenT, beT- Ter ediTorials, more compleTe campus coverage, and a general upliTTing ouTloolc To sTudenT problems and welTare have been The maior accomplishmenTs oT This Council. MEMBERS FESINGTON C, LOWRY ..... . . . . Chairman JOHN C. HOUSES . , . . Faculfy C. E, WYUE ,... , , Facully F. G. DENTON, JR. . . .Alumnus SAM THOMPSON . . - - Sludenl EDWARD STORY . - Sl'UCleV'l THE PUIHIIIATI CHU llll DenTon, STory, Thompson, Wylie, Lowry, Hodges Firsf Row: Meagher, King, McKnighI, McMahan, Lowe, Knox, Inman. Second Row: Shay, King, Miller, Crawley, Dale, Sfubblefield. Third Row: Paulk, Turrenfine, Middlecofi, Winfon, Wilborn, Smarfi, Kennedy, Hamill. THE TENNESSEE ER Manager Manager Manager Manager EDITORIAL STAFF BUSINESS STAFF DIXIE M. MILLER . . ...,.......... ...,.. E difor HUGH PAULK ...,.,. ,,.. . , ....... Business JOHN SMARTT , . . Managing Ediior JACK KENNEDY .... . . . Assisiani' Business CHARNELL MIDDLECOFF . , . , . , .Circulaiion WAYNE HUNT .,,.... . Assis'ran'r Circulaiion ASSOCIATE EDITORS BROYLES CRAWLEY DWIGHT PASCHALL PROF. A. B. STRAND , . . ......... Faculfy Advisor DEPARTMENTAL EDITORS WOODSON KING ...,.....A.......... Local News EcIiIor JERE TURRENTINE . . , . .Animal Husbandry MARSHALL WINTON . . ..,.,, Dairying ROBERT BOYD ,... , . . . 'HorIicuI'rure WILLIAM KELLY . . . ........ Agronomy COOPER TUCKER . . . . Agriculiural Educafion ALVIN C. DALE . . . .Agriculfurai Engineering W. C. SHARP .... , . .Agriculfural Economics SAM STUBBLEFIELD . . .... . . . Exfension JOHN HAMILL . . . . ..,.. Alumni REPORTERS HORACE SMITH HAMILTON FORMAN BILL ALLEN H. L. PADGETT BROWN BEASLEY DAVID CHANDLER HOME ECONOMICS STAFF LILLIAN LOWE ,.,. MARGARET KNOX . . KATHERINE HAY . . ANN MOORE . . , EMILY KING ..... WINNIE MEAGHER . . CHARLOTTE BEAMAN ELIZABETH MCMAHAN DELORES MCKNIGHT. , ..,..,.,Edifor Arr Deparfrneni' Adverfising Manager . Foods Deparfmenf Exfension Deparfmenf . . . .Campusology Circulaiion Manager Typisi' Subscripfion Manager I 891 EDITOR MILLER, BUSINESS MANAGER PAULK ASSISTANTS FOSTER ARNETT, J. A. WALLACE EDITOR JOE WISE 1 E901 I., ASSOCIATE EDITOR LUTHER STAPLETON Doi' Hale, Caye Behnke, Jane Adams I H I I JOE WISE .,.. LUTHER STAPLETON FOSTER ARNETT . J. M. SMITH . . . . . . . Ediior-in-Chief . . Associafe Edifor . . Associaie EcIiIor . . Associaie Ediior BILL PARKER I . . . ,PI1oI'ograpI1y CAYE BEI-INKE . . . . . Organizaiions MARY NELL GREER . . . Classes BILL MOFFETT . . .... AII-iIe+ics GEORGE WEBB . . . Phoiographer BILL HOLMAN- . . . Phoiographer JIM GILBERT . . . Phoiographer I-IUGI-I NEIL , . . . PI'1oIograpI1er STAFF MEMBERS Henry Burem Doi' WiIcI R. C. Smifh Emily King Mariha Jean Osborne Wilodeen WiIborne Jackie SIeeIe Lindsey NeIson Jane Adams Cy I-Iorion Jimmy Kerr, Ted Sloan, Richard Bowen, Henry Burem I Willodeen Wilborn, Edna Braylon, Mara Purcell, John Bolinger, Jean Dail, Marlha Osborne Sl l ll TI t BUSINESS MANAGER WOODROW THOMAS BUSINESS STAFF WOODROW THOMAS , . .... Business Manager J. A, WALLACE, JR. . . , Assislanl Business Manager JAMES KERR .... . .Assislanl Business Manager TED SLOAN ...,. . Assislanl Business Manager RITTER SLAUGHTER . . ..... Adverlising Manager RICHARD BOWEN . . Assislanl Adverlising Manager JOHN BOLINGER . . Assislanl Adverlising Manager JOSEPH ZARICOR . . Assislanl Adyerlising Manager MARA PURCELL . ....,. Ollice Manager POWELL WINN . . Organizalion Manager ANN SUTHERLAND . .... Subscriplion Manager GARNHART BROWN . . . JEWEL LADY ,... WILLIS HENLEY . . . . Medical School Organizalion Sororily Organizalion . . . .Fralernily Organizalion rances Caldwell, Anne Jean Davis, Nancy Curry, Dol Hale, Jewel Lady, Jean Hill, Belly McGehee, Iva Pickens, Dol Crumpler, Dol Jackson, Rulh Ann Koonlz, Dol Lynn, Reba Smallrnan, Carolyn Clemens. SUBSCRIPTION STAFF: Helen Pelly, Mildred Carler, Ann Neil, Irene Edmunds, Frankie Fonde, Belly Fowler, Edilh Craig, Edna Swan, Marlha Reynolds, Dol Wild, Evelyn Banks, Mary Louise Irwin, Margarel Haynes, TYPISTS: Edna Braylon, F Sue Hooker. - CLERICAL STAFF: Carolyn Sulherland, Janel McCready, Belly Phillips, Barbara Thomas, Belly McBalh, Jean Dail, Margarel Webb, Connie Ayres, Helen Childs, Mary Dell Boswell, Mildred Hays, Elizabelh Herringlon, Doris I-lardeman, Mary Jane Donaghy. ADVERTISEMENT: Joan Moore, Tom Yarborough, Charles Ellis, T. A. Williams, LaJrence Dosler, Mark Hays, Polly Cunningham, Sara Belly Fowler. Ed Sfory, Barbara Newman, Mary Thornburgh, R. C. Smifh, Connie Ayres, John Yarbro BUSINESS MANAGER SAM BEALL Since iTs incepTion as a Tour-column, Tour-page Tabloid in l906, The Orange and WhiTe has undergone a grad- ual change unTil aT The presenT iT boasTs of a regular semi-weekly, seven-column, Tour-page publicaTion. The Orange and NNhiTe is headed by Two ediTors dur- ing The year, each serving Tor one-half The Tofal number l921 OT issues, and a business manager who serves The Tull Term. Penn Worden guided The desTinies oT The paper during The TirsT Term, and was succeeded by J. M. SmiTh, Jr. The Tinancial problems of The paper were under The care oT Sam Beall, also oT Knoxville. Each Monday and Wednesday aTTernoon The sTaTTs oT The Orange and WhiTe gaTher aT The oTTice To compile The campus news and geT iT ready Tor publicaTion days, Wednesday and Friday. The paper has received recog- niTion as The "LargesT College Newspaper in The STaTe," and wifh iTs moTTo, "l-le ThaT beareTh The Torch, shadow- eTh himselT To give lighT To oThers," The Orange and WhiTe has done well in iTs duTy To give The sTudenTs lighT. EDITORIAL STAFF PENN WORDEN .......,........ . . EdiTor Firsf Half J. lvl. SlvilTl-l, JR. . . ....... . . EdiTor Second Half Tom Phillips, Margaret Phillips, Gene Frelz BARBARA NEWMAN . . ....... News Bill Holder, Sam Thompson ASSOCIATE EDITORS WILLIAM I-IOLDER .......,..... Makeup and News ED STORY . . . . . . ...... News EUGENE FRETZ, JR. . . . .Columns and News MARY THORNBURGH . ............. Makeup MILDRED CARTER R. C. SMITH . , SEYMOUR HENCK DEPARTMENTAL EDITORS ..SocieIy . . . .Sporls . . . . Makeup JOE FOSTER .... . . Music BILL MCCLURE . . . . . .Fealures EUGENIA FRANKLIN ................ Thearer ASSISTANT DEPARTMENTAL EDITO RS TOM PAULEY . . ............. InI'ramuraISporl's MARTHA PATTISHALL ................ Sociery Jolwn McLeocI Tommy Burroughs Dol Moore Emily Granger Rinda Burnelle Kallnleen Dailey EDITORS J. M. SMITH AND PENN WORDEN Tommy Phillips Dave Millice Bob Black J Bauer Felix Buchanan Bill Lelller BUSINESS STAFF SAMUEL E. BEALL SAM THOMPSON BILL MOFFETT , ED LOCKETT . . GID FRYER . . . JACK WRIGHT . JOHN YARBRO . HARRIET CALDWELL . . . CONNIE AYRES MARGARET PHILLIPS . . . . . . . Business . . . . Sales . Assislanl Sales . . Circulalion . Circularion . . Circulalion . . Circulalion . . . . Office Assisranl Office Assislanl' Office Manager Manager Manager Manager Manager Manager Manager Manager Manager Manager RODDY ARNOLD Assislanl Office Manager EDITORIAL Ass1srANTs OFFICE ASSBTANTS David Pack Caroline Clemens Frankie Fonde Margarel Webb Charles Herd Nancy Horner Janer McCreacIy George Calhoun Virginia Bibb Anne Slromquisl MarI'I'1G AHF' WSIDSIGV Tom Pauley, Caroline Clemens, Seymour Henck, Frankie Fonde, Mildred Carrer, Eugenia Franklin T931 M I l I I H H Y 951 1 X N M la L H Q Q E Ei 5 5 I ge 2 Q Y Q l 1 E I Q 1 Q zz H 2 s , 5 E E COLONEL MERL P. SCHILLERSTROM THE Ii. .. ln This Time oT world Turmoil miliTary aT The UniversiTy has Taken on a new aspecT. lnsTead oT The "iusT some- Thing I have To do" aTTiTude oT recenT years, There has grown a realizaTion ThaT miliTary oT any Torm is a busi- ness proposiTion. Under Col. ivlerl P. SchillersTrom, P. lvl. S. 84 T., The UniversiTy R. O. T. C. regimenT has improved immensely. Col. SchillersTrom closed ouT his second year as head oT The uniT. AssisTing oTTicers were C.apTain WalTer SherTy, CapTain Duncan l-lalloclc, FirsT LieuTenanT C. R. WrighT, FirsT LieuTenanT J. L. ivicAuliTTe, FirsT LieuTenanT J. R. Moorhead, Second l.ieuTenanT J. R. Whipple, Second l.ieuTenanT A. A. ThibauT. L96l .CADET COLONEL A. L. ROBERSON CADET LIEUTENANT COLONEL MARSHALL WINTON THE REGIMENTAL STAFF Hutchison, Winion, Roberson, Lusk, Needham, Ackerman .ITHIIIVITT The Reserve OTTicers Training Corps was Tormed under The NaTional DeTense AcT oT June 4, l92O, and has as iTs purpose The Training oT oTTicers and non-commissioned oTTicers Tor The Organized Reserves. Under The R. O. T. C., sTudenTs are required To Take Two years oT basic Training unless They can show prooT oT having had Two years or more oT miliTary Training aT anoTher accrediTed miliTary uniT. Following The Two years oT basic work, sTu- denTs are eligible Tor Two more years oT advanced Train- ing ThaT TerminaTes wiTh Their graduaTion and gives Them The rank oT Second LieuTenanT in The Reserve Corps. AbouT TorTy men are Taken inTo The advanced worlc each year. 45 1 2 l+'s Roll Call for fhe lnfanfry Srack Arms and 'flue Ten-Minufe Break 2 ' .. ..... : 'Q .. :.:. 'V .. ' W., A a , -. W r , , -' :M " :I ' l . 2 :or , ...... V, :4 N- ' Q ' . f 5 . - ' ' ? 4 1 r - ii 552 '21-9-f " L -1 'Ha S -v-1, . 1 "vw-:am a a1,:.::4':,.,..1a-fi 12-Y - ff , , 1 3233, - it-can z5q4I,:"fq5Q?,4'.g-x-u.f..,,.b,::g1"f:'vfv T' f .... H ,QI 1, R- ,Q- b y - , .,,., ,M - - -x -Q - 1 .1 5- far -- - '--- : .r M - ,Q-o f ,V-,, , " A A... . X, -' - ,X , V .. 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Lulfrell, Major Frank Thomas CQMPANY A F A T B Y Firsf Lieulenanl Brinkerhof-f, Captain Silva, Second Lieufenanl Bealy Warm Hands, Cold Hearl' ,f Lam, COMPANY D Firsl Lieumlenanl' Miller, Caplain Burnelle Second Lieulenanl Bowden COMPANY G Firsf-Lieufenanl Bacon, Capiain Nelson, Second Lieufenanl Wallace 3 2 l ll Q COMPANY B COMPANY C First Lieutenant Robbins, Captain Hinsdale, Second Lieutenant Thompson First Lieutenant Allen, Captain Bailey, Second Lieutenant Hawking COMPANY E COMPANY F First Lieutenant King, Captain Kennedy, Se-:ond Lieutenant Lyons First Lieutenant Householder, Captain Wise, Second Lieutenant Stewart COMPANY H COMPANY I First Lieutenant Erwin, Captain Taylor, Second Lieutenant Ailor First Lieutenant Mauney, Captain Binks, Second Lieutenant Hutchison ,, ,, W l f.. fvmwi-Q ff f4-Q-:eAM.W.,.wwM .wxwsswwwmmqemwvrrxmmamw fwagmwff- n g:.g.M is' 4 H "fr, ,mwf .1 fa 'wwf W f.. N , g,f,SmgmlQ f, z qmfwdwMg:4pga g , ,f qw 1 FIRST BATTALION Maier Siewarf, Firsf Lieufenani Conner i Aiieniion During lnspeciion COMPANY B Firsf Lieufenani Pace, Capfain Hinfon, Second Lieufenanf Meriweiher COMPANY E Firs'r Lieuienant Callahan, Capfain Smith, Firsi Lieufenanf Fullerton An Engineer Company Taking I+ Easy 25 ri 4 fs , Z 3 A SECOND BATTALION COMPANY A Maior Sprankle, First Lieutenant Freeman First Lieutenant Burnett, Captain Mouron, First Lieutenant Harkleroad COMPANY C COMPANY D First Lieutenant Levi, Captain Abele, Second Lieutenant Womack First Lieutenant Hiilenbrand, Captain Murphy, Second Lieutenant Osteen Sergeant Miller Instruct-ing a Group of Juniors on the Aintitank Gun ,f ' ' llllaaq The Aufomafic Rifle Machine Gun in Acfion Barreff Taylor ancl His Springfield Howifzer Hill-Trench Morfar A Jammed Aufomafic Rifle Clouds of Sfinlcing Gas The Pisfol Range ai- Benning l Roads for fhe Infanfry Colonel Roberson in a Mess . , , H... V ---. . me f -'-V x ' M- ' ' eW' x mHm r,'-wa.. L rw. -'w:,f-1vsL .-f- .- r .wwe-1.ZE. .. A n Emr . mm Pam'-nvmvamwm 'Wm- An honorary milifary frafernify for junior and senior cadef officers in R. O. T. C., Company I chapfer of fhe Fourfh- Regimenf of Scab- bard and Blade, was founded on fhe I-lill in I923. The sociefy unifes all cadef officers of fhe land in good fellowship and empha- sizes fhe developmenf of responsible cifizenship among ifs memloers. TAYLOR WOMACK . . ROBERT HUTCI-IISON . . JOE WISE . . . A. L. ROBERSON .vell Aloele Roberf Allen William Beaffy William Binks mick Bowden Koloerf Brinkerhoff Walfer Burneffe John Conner Donald Freeman OFFICERS MEMBERS Jimmy King William Luffrell Edwin Lusk Arfhur Lyons Roberf Meriwefher Erwin Meyer Alfred Mouron Charles Murphy C. A. Needham . . . Presidenf . . Vice-Presidenf . . . Secrefary . Treasurer William Tanner Frank Thomas J. A. Wallace Marshall Winfon Vic Klein Jim Pardue Rowland Abele Edward Dougherfy Mike Callahan Thomas Fullerfon Edd Smifh Jim Kerr Louis I-Iinion Charles Sprankle Jack Bailey Al I-lufchinson Jack Sfewarf Meeks Vaughan Upper: Blade Officers af fhe Banquef Lower: Pledges in Fafigue af Noon Sli IIB Illl IIIII BIAIII Firsl' Row: H. Abele, R. Abele, Binks, Bowden, Burneffe, Dougherfy, Freeman, Fullerfon, Harkleroad. Second Row: I-Iinfon, Hufchison, Kerr, King, Klein, Lusk, Luffrell, Meriwefher, Mouron. Third Row: Murphy, Nichols, Pardue, Smifh, Sprankle, Sfewarf, Tanner, Thomas, Vaughan, Winfon. HONORARY CADET COLONEL LUCILLE STULTZ MAJOR BARBARA THOMAS Engineers CAPTAIN LYLE WALTER Infantry LIEUTENANT COLONEL HELEN PETTY MAJOR MILDRED MCINTOSH Infaniry CAPTAIN ROSE GEORGE CAPTAIN LOIS BREEDING CAPTAIN EMILY KING Engineers Engineers Infantry Qs K I , CAPTAIN FRANKIE FONDE CAPTAIN RACHAEL PATTERSON CAPTAIN GERTRUDE HANDLY lnfanfry Infanfry Infanfry H041 MAJOR DORIS RUSSELL Infanfry ,1 Tl. 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Manager Dink, Bill l-laines on lhe wall . . . lvlardile and "La" . . . Caplain Frank and exfCaplain l-lullman belween baskelball praclices . . . Big Ed and Judy wilh lhe necessary one lool on lhe curb . . . Some baskeleers in lull slride . . . Porlwood slops lo check lhe damage done by publicalion expenses . . . A conslanl pair, Weaver and Helen . . . Woody pauses lor idenlilicalion . . . Pro Laws, bul nol very inleresled . . . Prexy l-lap and a book . . . blank . . . Genial Bascom paused, loo . . . lvlargarel Belly and L. A. pul lhe noon march in lhe background . . . Abe, a mike, bul no shorl one . . . Judy and her gcod cheer. J-'R SENIUH ElHSS L' HAROLD BROWN, Presidenf MUMFORD MILLER, Vice-Presidenf ROSE MARTIN. Secrefary ANN DAUGHTRY, Treasurer H091 '-.-an r. -4.11 1 l l l ..i -vi r . 'E 'l i .. ,l l fi 1 l l 'i si, : ,i,,:.1,, , , i . it il l l x 3531.5 5 . .vm .efgff ffffx'-ix i Sri:-1,qj 1.1 ' ' D ,. , Y, c ri ,fl A c ' XXQYS311 i:1,.i,w,: 5 l 2,31-ii i' xx .. sn.. Zasfe-yn 5 'lei-,ff f ,Pj 1 YVA' , .R . P M CRX,-W., ' ' l .1E5Zl:gi'-'Z-.. , " , - , V ' - " , f M- ' it l Q 'l . f--vaffg.i1.'f ' L, .7 i :ji -.gmtiis i . V' " ' ' ' r . , ww c A , .V , i13.e,g.ir si ,.,,4.f.i -. -- ' - . 1 . ,,'5qg.,2sg,,-.,...,5,,... M . . I , i . esitmrgtprps ., - -. . . ,. - li NT. H 55774 Y33f2.3": fi". . ': "" 'C -P' . -.. .. .fpga .31 my-. - .':-il fi-4:4 P3 ,g.rqq7,f,k':.sg jf..:q-1.'5g- -1,-,L H .z, , ,. my .5 '3 :heir f in -'i9'f::vf:Q.'f .-4,,:..i,. 11--12-11-,-.4-N-Z ae-. - 544.gif-H- W'-' -. in -14 JL. ,115 ,. L ,. '. , 'i ' fn 'fy 'w..,e', .n .1 l'i:i'iR'?"fi' "f?'H225 ?t ' s-5 :-2 gs: V44 ee- ffifisaawe. 1 r M Si lwil ki 0 CECIL BABCOCK, Sunbright, Tennes- nessee, Chorus, '37-'38, Playhouse, '37, Varsity Debating Team, '37-'38, Y. M. C. A. Fellowship Group, Vice-President '38, U. T. Bar Association, Leg- islative Committee, U, T. Bar Association, Student Editorial Board, Tennes- see Law Review. O FRANK B. BIRD, Knoxville, Tennessee, Phi Kappa Phi, Tennessee Law Review, Case Note Editor, Faculty Scholar- ship, '38, '39, Debating Team. O see, Phi Delta Phi. GEORGE CHILD, Knoxville, Tennes- DEXTER CHRISTENBERRY, Knoxville, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Business Manager, "Volunteer," '39, "T" Club, Swim- ming Team, Manager Varsity Basketball, '37, Rifle Team, Y. M. C. A. Cab- inet, lntertraternity Council, '36-'37, Carnicus, '36-'38. JOHN GOODIN, Erwin, Tennessee. DAVID SHULER JAMIESON, Coving- ton, Kappa Alpha, President Circle and Torch, '40-'4l, Book Review Editor, Tennessee Law Review, '40-'4l, Phi Delta Phi, '38-'39-'40-'4l, Tennessee Law Review, '39-'40, Circle and Torch, '38-'39-'40-'4I, President ot Kappa Alpha Fraternity, '39-'40, Fraternity Relations Board, '38-'39-'40, Clerk of Phi Eta Phi Fraternity, '39-'40, All-Students' Club, '38-'39, Freshman Adviser, '38-'39, Vice-President lntertraternity Council, '38-'39, Treasurer of Kappa Alpha Fraternity, '38-'39, Phi Kappa Phi, '38-'39, Bachelor of Arts, '39, lntertrater- nity Council, '37-'38, Faculty-Student Relations Committee, '36-'37, Faculty- Student Reception Committee, '35-'36. MARY LOUISE KUPFER, Knoxville, Alpha Delta Pi, "Orange and White" Staff '38, Society Editor '39, Associ- ate Editor '40, "Volunteer" Staff, '38, Orientation Leader, '39, '40, Carnicus Staff, '39-'40, Newman Club, U. T. Bar Association Publicity Chairman, Tennessee Law Review. Q MARIE M. LOWERY, Ocoee, Transfer from Young Harris College, Young Harris, Georgia. Q ALVA C. MURPHY, Knoxville, Tenn. O LEROY NEBLETT, Clarksville, Kappa Sigma, President All-Students Club, '37, President Junior Class, '36 0 MARSHAL PRIEST, Huntingdon, Ten- nessee, Sigma Chi. 0 ARTEMUS NELSON VENABLE, Knox- ville, Sigma Chi, Phi Delta Phi. Q VINCENT W. VORDER BRUEGGE, Memphis, Kappa Alpha. 0 FRANK WILEY WILS-ON, Knoxville, Bachelor ot Arts, '39, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Delta Phi,,Scabbard and Blade, Member Forensic Council, Secretary U. T. Bar Association, Editor of Ten- nessee Law Review. 0 CHARLES ELBERT WORLEY, JR., Bluff City, Sigma Chi, Phi Delta Phi, President of U. T. Bar Association, All-Students' Club. H101 SE B KTHMSBS 0 HOWELL M. ABELE, Whitehaven, Electrical Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, Treasurer A. C. E., Treasurer S. A. M. E., A. I. E. E., Scabbard and Blade, 0 NORBERT J. ACKERMANN, Louisville, Ky., Business Administration, Captain, R. O. T. C., Scarabbean Society, Captain Football Team, '40, Football, '38, '39, '40, Basketball, '37, '39, T Club. 0 REESE K. ACUFF, Knoxville, Law. 0 JANE N. ADAMS, Knoxville, Business Administration, Delta Delta Delta, "Volunteer" Staff, '40, '4l, Beauty Favor- ite, '38-'39, Beauty, '39-'40, '40-'4l, Sadie Hawkins Board, '38-'39, R. O. T. C. Sponsor, '38-'39, '39-'40, Rush Chairman, Delta Delta Delta, '40, '4l, Orientation Leader, '40, Winner, Individual Rooter Hats, '39, All-Students Concert, Jr.-Sr. Girls' Council, '40, '4l, Y. W. C. A., '40, '4l, Transfer from Brenau College, '3B. 0 RAYMOND ADAMS, Petersburg, Ten- nessee, Agriculture. 0 EDYTHE F. ADCOCK, Knoxville, Lib- eral Arts, Treasurer, Spanish Club, '38-'40, Publicity Director, Spanish Club, '40-'4l. U 0 EARL S. AILOR, Straw Plains, Liberal Arts, Liberal Arts Representative on A, S. C., Honor Roll, '40. 0 ROBERT H. ALLEN, Knoxville, Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President '4l, Secretary '39, '40, Scabbard and Blade, Circle and Torch, T Club, Golf, '39-'4l, Aloha Oe Committee Chairman, Honor Graduate in Military, First Lieu- tenant, R. O. T. C. 0 ROBERT P. ARMISTEAD, Clarksville, Home Economics. 0 SARA E. ARMISTEAD, Clarksville, Home Economics. 0 ELINOR ARMSTRONG, Knoxville, Home Economics. O POLIE E. ARNOLD, Camden, Tennes- see, Agriculture. O BEVERLY H. BAER, Knoxville, Home Economics, Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Ornicron Pi Scholarship Officer, Honor Roll, '37-'40, Orientation Leader, '39-'40, Alpha Omicron Pi, Treasurer '40, Omicron Nu, Secretary '40, Mortar Board Junior Award, '40, Danforth Summer Fellowship, '40, Phi Kappa Phi, '4O. I EUGENE L. BAKER, Bristol, Business Administration, Military, '37-'38, Band, '37-'39. Iflllil '1l'P5fE.fffi'-f'f'i:Hfi' Qififf - 1 , l I ' I 't E., t l l ,. , l- . 1 l, f 5. l l . 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BARNES, Memphis, Ten- nessee, Educalion, Sigma Chi, Foolball, '38, '39, '40, T Club. 0, THOMAS BARNETT, Pelersburg, Lib- eral Arls, Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Ela Sigma, Secrelary '33, Alpha Sigma Della, Secrelary '38, Biologia, Presidenl '40-'4l, Junior Class Presidenl, '394 '40, A. S. C., Vice-Presidenl '40-'4I, Circle and Torch, Honor Roll, '37-'38, Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasurer '39-'40. O ANNIS JANE BARTON, Nashville, Liberal Arls, "Orange and While" Slall, '37-'39, "Volunleer" Slall, '37-'38, Spanish "Club, '37-'4l, U, T. Radio Programs, Y, W. C. A., '37, '38. 0 JOSEPH A. BARTON, Greenfield, Tennessee, Business Adminislralion. O SAMUEL BEALL, Knoxville, lnduslrial Engineering, Business Manager "Torch," '39, Circle and Torch, Vice-Presi- denl, '39-'40, Junior Assislanl Manager, Carnicus, Business Manager, "Orange and While," '40-'4l, Who's Who Among Sludenls in American Universilies and Colleges, '4l, U. T Usher Corps, '38-'40, Carnicus Man- ager, '4l. O CAYE BEHNKE, Knoxville, Home Eco- nomics, Alpha Omicron Pi, Freshman Commillee, Honor Roll, '37, '38, '40, Sadie Hawkins Board, '38, '39, '40, Modern Dance Club, "Orange and While", "Volunleer," '38, '39, '40, '4lg Morlar Board, Omicron Nu, Merrill Palmer Award, '4I, Arl Club, Vice-Presidenl '4l, Carnicus Slall, '38, '39, '40, '4l, Recording Secrelary, Alpha Omicron Pi, '40, '4l, Y. W. C. A. I JOE BELL, JR., Decherd, Tennessee, Eleclrical Engineering, A. I. E. E. O BEDFORD BERRY, Paris, Chemical Engineering, Della Tau Della, A. I. C. E., Fralernlly Relalions Board, Presi- denl '40, Della Tau Della, Presidenl '40, Secrelary '39, Carnicus Slalf, '39-'40. I FLORINE BIBEE, Brislol, Tennessee, Liberal Arls, Alpha Della Pu. 0 ANN BINGHAM, Knoxville, Tennes- see, Home Economics. 0 GENE BLACK, Murfreesboro, Home Economics, Kappa Della, Home Economics Club. 0 HUBBARD HATON BOMAR, Paris, Tennessee, Business Adminislralion. 9 WILSON BOND, Union Cily, Chem- ical Engineering, Alpha Chi Sigma, A. I Ch. E. H1121 5HRillllZllU 0 NICHOLLS BOWDEN, JR., Knoxville, Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta, Scabbard and Blade, "Orange and White," '38, Boxing Team, '39-'40. 0 MARY BOYER, St. Petersburg, Fla., Home Economics. 0 ROBERT BOYD, McMinnville, Agricul- ture, Ag Club, '36-'40, Vice-President, Fruit Judging Team, '40, "Tennessee Farmer" Staff, '37-'40, Horticulture Editor '39-'40, Assistant Barnwarmin' Manager, '40. 0 HOWARD BOZEMAN, Knoxville, Bus- iness Administration, Kappa Alpha, Fraternity Relations Board, '39-'40, A. S. C, Representative-at-Large, '39, Freshman Adviser, '40, Assistant Editor, "Volunteer Guide." 0 DANA E. BRANTLEY, JR., Chatta- nooga, Business Administration, Phi Kappa Phi, Transfer from University of Chattanooga. I LOIS BREEDING, Knoxville, Tennes- see, Business Administration. O ROBERT BRINKERHOFF, Belleville, N. J., Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega, Scabbard and Blade, Honor Rau, '40. 0 CHARLOTTE E. BROWN, Johnson City, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta, Student Assembly Committee, '38-'39, President, Kappa Delta, '39-'40, Mortar Board, '39-'40, Biologia, '37-'40, Delta Phi Alpha, Playhouse, '38-'39, Chorus, '37-'38. 0 HAROLD L. BROWN, Nashville, Edu- cation, Sigma Phi Epsilon, "Volunteer" of l940, President of Senior Class, '4l, Vice-President, Sigma Phi Epsilon, '39-'40, President, Scabbard and Blade, '39-'40, "Volunteer" Staff, '37, Aloha Oe Committee '39, Manager '40, Rifle Team, '38-'39-'40, Homecoming Committee, '39, Chairman of Deans' Reception, '40, Assistant Manager of "All Sing," '40, Chief Assist- ant Usher of Usher Corps, '39-'40, Head of Usher Corps, '40-'4l, Captain Co. "B," R. O. T. C., '39-'40, Member A. S. C. Club, '40-'4l, Scarabbean Senior Society, Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, Junior Prom Committee. 0 ADDALYN BROWNING, Tyler, Ala., Education. O RAY BRYAN, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Engineering. 0 MARGARET BURCHFIELD, Sevierville, Liberal Arts, Transfer from Maryville College, Blue Triangle Club, Play- house, Spanish Club, Honor Roll, '38, '40. 0 JOHN BURKHART, Knoxville, Liberal Arts, Kappa Sigma, Alpha Sigma Delta, Delta Phi Alpha, Business Mana- ger, Alpha Psi Omega, Business Manager, U. T. Playhouse, Usher Squad, '38-'4I. 0 MAURICE BURNS, Trenton, Tennessee, Agriculture. l:113J lrriuvg in 4 L r 1. l l i i l l r l l I 1 i w l r l if i 1 i i l 'i i f if ll li lr l rl . l l 'i 1 is ,Af i 'jf-' V rg V l J i 1 f l 5 T'-. 94- , ,f ff V77-X l 52 . 'ffl'-' af ii ' 4 'Fi I 'T , 'J-'A-LQ: v .L -fr---. - ' ff::5,,2'34EF3:'T:T ll lad .xi Q ' ffllfl-::.-v l li--il I A N 7 ,V .. -Vw l l. i"'.-lkii W ,V sm M-H -V . ,qw f---er X, r , -f . T-H3552 l " - 1 l V. ll 'i ' .' I Gigi' , ' V .. ,M-.1 r- iff - , ,,.-. J, Fli .l .Ml , vpn qi: L. .1 5-rein Ravi Nl ,ig il - Q ir, ,ilfllill . ing? 0 1,-H 1 . . ' . -- val, "25'T 4 ., V U '-,,' 5531. 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Q.. srffff A "Ti ,- 102 f"'lx Til 'l 13' - , , L ,, 11 .1 -.rf , , y 1 J, .1 ai -,W , QQ ...ll L., Q 'ply ,. Q .L I wa c..-' Q 0 ROBERT BURNS, Trenton, Tennessee, Engineering. O OMER BUTLER, Pensacola, Florida' Education. - 0 CATHERINE CAMPBELL, Spring Hill . Tennessee, Home Economics. 0 MARY CAMPBELL, Tiptonville, Ten- nessee, Education, Delta Delta Delta. 0 BERNARD CANTOR, Johnson City, Liberal Arts, Debating Squad, '38-'4l, Tau Kappa Alpha '38-'4l, President '40, University of Tennessee Forum, President '38, '4l, Rush Strong Medal, '40, Playhouse, '39-'4l, President '4l, Alpha Psi Omega, Non-Fraternity Council, '4l, Cartoonist on Non-Fraternity Paper, '4l, Radio Workshop, '4l, Phi Kappa Phi. O ANNA CANTRELL, Jellico, Tennessee, Education. 0 ANNE LEE CARDEN, Clinton, Home Economics, Phi Mu, Freshman Danforth Award, '38, Alpha Lambda Delta, Home Ec Club, Vice-President '40, President '4l, Home Ec Representative, A. S. C, Council, '39-'40, Sophomore Mortar Board Award, '38-'39, Pan- Hellenic Representative, '39-'4l, President, Phi Mu, '40-'4l, Intramural Coun- cil, '37-'40, Omicron Nu Award, Most Outstanding Sophomore in Home Economics, '38-'39, Barnwarmin' Committee, '39, Queen of Hearts, '40, President, State Home Ec Clubs of Tennessee, '40-'4l, W. S. G. A. Coun- cil, '40-'4l, Omicron Nu, Mortar Board, Y. W. C. A., Orientation Leader, '38-'40. 0 JOSEPHINE CARMICHAEL, Knoxville, Tennessee, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. 0 MARGUERITE CARNE, Dyer, Tennes- see, Business Administration. 0 MARY CARRAWAY, Jackson, Miss., Liberal Arts, Chi Omega, Transfer from Millsaps College. 0 BRYANT CARRINGTON, Darden,Ten- nessee, Agriculture. 0 CELIA CARSON, Oneida, Tennessee, Home Economics. 0 LINDA CARSON, Knoxville, Educa- tion, Chi Omega, "Orange and White," '37-'39, University Chorus, Vice- President, Delta Phi Alpha, '40-'4l, D. A. R. History Award, '40, Phi Kappa Phi. 0 CLYDE CARTER, Knoxville, Tennessee, Engineer. lf114l f liill if E'llf'2i at riff Luz-. iw u. .Lp pi., 4, Jae af ,M O MARJORIE CARTER, Nashville, Edu- calion, Transfer from Ward-Belmonfg Vice-Presidenl Senior Class, '38, '39, Honor Roll, '39, '40, O RICHARD CARTER, JR., Chailanooga, Engineering, Chess Club, '35, Playhouse, '40, Pershing Rifles, '34, American lnslilufe of Eleclrical Engineers, 0 WILLIAM CHANCEY, JR., Copper- hill, Tennessee, Business Adminisfrarion. 0 LAWRENCE F. CHANDLER, Charla- nooga, Tennessee, Engineering. 0 AMOS WENDELL CHARLES, Nash- ville, Agricullureg Ag Club, '37-'4I, American Sociefy of Agronomy, Honor Roll, '39, '4O. 0 EMMA M. CLARK, Savannah, Geor- gia, Home Economics. O SAMUEL F. CLARK, JR., Hixson, Busi- ness Adminisfralion, Della Sigma Pi, R. O. T. C., Lieufenanl, '39, Blounf Hall Business Manager. 0 MARY FRANCES CLAYTON, Lenoir Cily, Home Economics, Sigma Kappa, lnlramural Council, '38, '39, "Ten- nessee Farmer", Y. W. C. A., Home Ec Club, '37-'40, Secretary of Sigma Kappa, '40, lnrramural Represenfarive, '37-'39, 0 HELEN SYLVIA CLEVELAND, Leb- anon, Home Economics, Home Ev: Club Member, Y. W. C. A. O LEONARD COFFMAN, Greeneville, Educalion, Foolball, '36-'39, T Club, '37-'40, Freshman Baskelball, '36, 0 MARTHA COOKSEY, Lebanon, Ten- nessee, Home Economics, Kappa Della. 0 HARRY GORDON COPENHAVER, Brislol, Business Adminislrafion, Della Sigma Pi. o GLADYS oRuMPToN, Afhens, Ten- nessee, Educalion. Home Economics, Chi Omega. l:1I5J 0 PATSY CURRIER, Paris, Tennessee, ,,,, ,L ,,i,e.,3 gf' .JL , 1 i i i i ,i l l i 'i l i 'i i i .i i 2 1 l , l l l. l l i i 1 i lv. V, i. 1 l, l l i 1, l ,, l i l I fi-1 ffiil ---'Lx -- T. STWTTT 15, 5 ' L, if! LF2. I. Q-71: Jcififs-TLLQL. :iw ,kv- 0.--,,,.:, :, . - ' ' A' Y ' 5,5 in 13.215, is , 'iii .,, . ,Qs i fir, . 'FE' Iii ' . L 111 fiil . 7.3, ,-"eil 955 ,, fi-l' ifgl ri! .,- . for til x il ITN . ffl: " 1 ,111 :nj 235 of u , g - ,vw 3 . 5 25.-i. , . 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I 'Eux.:.EE.',' I I , .hyclllj 3: Qrwfeq, , 5 ra fa' ,I a" f Aff all We il ef- 'xll' lf iJl"ZIfll15.1.l. 'IQILFNI' usqq. , U 1' T, .,5,l L. ,.r,.,,..4,,,,L, . Y I 'V .luL1'rr1,L5.u1FugeL,s.s,j'1g I - . zen-.-.L-,Ey,gaq-,:ef,.a.:5, - I, li ,, .9 gg, IQ ,Alfn '.lf:u,.iYi, T - . ll T ' 58:3-F??!"' 1. . ff. ,. so Q. Mus el, LL cl. Qu .J O ALVIN C. DALE, Nashville, Agricule tural Engineering, Alpha Zeta, A. S. C. E., Ag Club, Non-Fraternity As- sociation, VA. S. A. E., Honor Roll, '39. 0 CATHERINE DAUGHERTY, Knoxville, Home Economics, Alpha Omicron Pi. 0 ANNE DAUGHTRY, Atlanta, Georgia, Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi, "Volunteer" Staff, '38-'40, Y. W. C. A., Biologia, '40, '4l, Spanish Club, '40, Treasurer Senior Class, '4l, Pan-Hel- lenic Council, '4l, Carnicus, '40, Junior Class Prom Committee, '40. O THOMAS DAVIDSON, Nashville, Ag- riculture, Alpha Tau Omega, Ag Club, President Alpha Zeta. 0 HARRIS H. DAVIS, Knoxville, Busi- ness Aclministration, Alpha Tau Omega. 0 HENRY L, DAVIS, Knoxville, Tennes- see, Agriculture. 0 ALTON O. DeLOZIER, JR., Sevier- ville, Liberal Arts, Winner Freshman Faculty Scholarship, '38-'39, Sopho- more Faculty Scholarship, '394'40, Alpha Chi Sigma Award in General Chemistry, '39, Phi Kappa Phi Scholarship, '40, Member Phi Kappa Phi, Circle and Torch. 0 CHARLES DePRIEST, Lobelville, Ten- nessee, Agriculture. 0 VINCENT DIECIDUE, Corbin, Ken- tucky, Home Economics, O HOWARD DOANE, Knoxville, Tennes- see, Electrical Engineering. O BILLIE DOWLING, Knoxville, Home Economics, Blue Triangle Club, Home Ec Club, 0 JOHN DRANE, Bartlett, Agriculture, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Vice-President, A. S. C., '35, '36, Business Manager. "Volunteer," '35, '36, Barnwarmrn' Manager, '35, Assistant Business Mana- ger, "Orange and White," '34, Circle and Torch. O MARDITE EDWARDS, Clarksville, Ten- nessee, Home Economics, Chi Omega. O ROBERT ELDRIDGE, Chattanooga, Business Administration, First Lieutenant, R. O. T. C., '39-'40, T Club, Manager Varsity Football Team, '39-'40, Scabbard and Blade. L1161 0 LA VERNE EMERT, Maryville, Chi Omega, Home Economics, Sponsor lo Caplain, R. O. T. C., '37, Guidon Sociefy. I FLEMING EMPSON, Harriman,Chem- ical Engineering, Alpha Chi Sigma, American lnslilufe of Chemical Engi- neers. 0 JAMES C. ENGLISH, Pulaski, Agri- culfure, Alpha Zela, Ag Club. 0 JACK ENOCHS, Winchester, Agricul- fure, Ag Club, '37-'40, Conservafion Club, '40, Agronomy Club, '39, '4O. O PAUL A. ERWIN, JR., Crossville, Liberal Arts, Alpha Sigma Della, Honor Roll, '39, '40, Biologia. O JAMES EVANS, Hohenwald, Tennes- see, Agricullure. 0 BARBARA FOUST, Knoxville, Tennes- see, Home Economics, Chi Omega. 0 JOHN FINCH, Gleason, Tennessee, Business Adminislralion, Della Tau Della. 0 BETTY FIPPIN, Knoxville, Home Eco- nomics, Sigma Kappa, Omicron Nu, Treasurer, '40, '4I, Mortar Board, '40, '4l, Merrill Palmer Award, '4l, Home Economics Club, '37-'4l, Blue Tri- angle Club, '37-'4l, Y. W. C. A., Phi Kappa Phi. O BEVERLY FISCHER, Knoxville, Tennes- see, Home Economics, Kappa Della. I DORTHY FITZWATER, Memphis, Ten- nessee, Educalion. ' 0 LOUISE FORD, Knoxville, Tennessee, Home Economics, Alpha Della Pi. O FRENCH B. FRAZIER, Challanooga, Liberal Arls, Phi Gamma Della, Y. M. C. A., Senior Cabinet, Head Usher, Track Team, Scarabbean, Sophomore Award, Carnicus Slalif, '37, '38, lnlra- mural Manager, A. S. C. Council, All Sing, '37-'39. 0 ELEANOR FULTS, Tracy Cily, Tennes- see, Educalion. I1171 ii i ,. l if .1 VF" '. 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T ' ,f7mi 3 'tif-5, J-Tw , , r Civ if W i ui l lil l i. so-' 4, IJ, l soils ls.: Li, -al, .LL yt Lrg, xy' QA' O MARY WYATT GALBRAITH, Gal- braith Springs, Tennessee, Education. 0 STELLA MAE GARLAND, Shady Val- ley, Tennessee, Home Economics. 0 EDITH GARNER, Trimble, Tennessee, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha. 0 ALICE MARIE GRAY, Knoxville, Home Economics, Omicron Nu, '39, Phi Kappa Phi, '39. I JACK GILBREATH, Pulaski, Electrical Engineering, R, O. T. C. Military Band, '36-'37-'38, R. O. T. C. Concert Band, '36-'37-'38, Winner ot Handbook tor Highest Grade in Freshman Chemistry, Fall '36, Honor Roll, '36-'37-'38-'39-'40, Tau Beta Pi, A, l. E. E. 0 JAMES R. GIARDINA, Martin, Busi- ness Administration, Orchestra, '35-'37, Honor Roll, '35-'40, "Orange and White," '39-'40, Playhouse, '39-'40, Chorus, '39-'40, French Club, '40-'4l, Usher Corps, '40-'41, Wrestling Team, 4l. 0 JAMES H. GRAY, Hohenwald, Tennes- see, Agriculture. 0 MARGARET BETTY GILLESPIE, Knox- ville, Business Administration, Chi Omega, President of Chi Omega. O MARY LOUISE GLADISH, Lawrence- burg, Home Economics, U. T. Junior College, Home Economics Club, All- Students' Club, Student Christian Association, Mask and Wig Club, '37-'38, President of Nu Kappa Nu and Mask and Wig Club, '38-'40, International Relations Club and All-Students' Club Council, '38-'39, Scribblers' Club and Volette Staff, '38-'39, Subscription Editor of "Volunteer Junior," '38- '40, Home Economics Club, '39-'40, '40-'4l, Winner ot Hn, Paul J. Kruesi Award, '39, "Miss Home Economics," '39. O GEORGE NEAL GOOLSBY, Knoxville, Tennessee, Electrical Engineering, Honor Roll. 0 HARRY F. GRISCOM, JR., Chatta- nooga, Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta, Transfer U. of Miami, '36-'37, Phi Gamma Delta, Secretary, '4l, Tau Beta Pi, '40-'4l, President '4I, American Collegiate Engineers, Secretary, '4I, American Society Mechanical Engi- neers, Vice-Presiclent, '4l, Circle and Torch, '4l. O HUGHES HALL, Jellico, Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, A. S. M. E., Secretary-Treasurer, A. S. M. E., '40, Correspond- ing Secretary, Tau Beta Pi, '40, Honor Roll, '35, '36, '38, '39, '40. 0 FRANCES HAMILTON, Knoxville, Ten- nessee, Home Economics. 0 WILLIAM F. HAMLIN, Memphis, Tennessee, Engineering. IIIBI l.,. . gl! ,- :LL lu... W-. Ml. ,ff Q' O DORIS HARDEMAN, Henderson, Ten- nessee: Liberal Arls: Della Della Della. 0 P. F. HARKLEROAD, Kingsporl: Engi- neering: Scabbard and Blade: Secrelary of A. S. C. E.: Member of M. E. . S. A. O K. LOUISE HARRIS, Founlain Cily: Educalion: Blue Triangle Club, '37-'38-'39-'4O: Orienlalion Leader lor Trans- fer Sludenls, '4O. 0 B. T. HARRISON, Lynchburg, Tennes- see: Agricullure. 0 CAROL HOUK HATCHER, Sevierville: Liberal Arls: Transfer from Maryville College and Carson-Newman College. 0 MALCOM HAWKINS, Knoxville: Ag- ricullure: Kappa Alpha: Assislanl Adverlising Manager of lhe "Tennessee Farmer": Ag Club: Commillee Chairman for Barnwarmin', '40-'4l. 0 MAEDELLE HEARINGTON, Wilder- ville: Horne Economics: Home Ee Club, '37-'4l: Wilson Counlry Life Club, '38-'39: Y. W. C. A., '37-'39: Nu Kappa Nu, '38-'39. 0 HAL HERD, Sparla: Agricullure: Ag Club, '37-'38-'39-'4O: Animal Husbandry Club, '4O: Liveslock Judging Team, '40: Honor Roll, '40. 0 PALMER HILL, Birmingham, Ala' bama: Business Adminislralion: Della Sigma Phi. 0 JAMES G. HINSDALE, Knoxville: Ten- nessee: Engineering: Tau Bela Pi. 0 ROBERT D. HINSDALE, Knoxville: Business Adminislralion: Kappa Alpha: Caplain in R. O. T. C.: Co'Edilor of "Volunleer Guide": Assislanl Caplain of Rifle Team. O SARA KARR HINTON, Collierville: Liberal Arls: Della Della Della: Presidenl Della Della Della: Y. W. C. A. Cabinel: Morlar Board Award: Tri Psi Award: Alpha Lambda Della: Vice- Presidenl, Presidenl, W. S. G. A.: Secrelary-Treasurer, Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil: Della Phi Alpha: Junior Class Secrelary: Morlar Board: Sludenl-Facully Organizalions Board. 0 ERNEST CARDWELL HOLDREDGE, Founlain Cily: Engineering: Tau Bela Pi: Phi Kappa Phi: Honor Roll: A. S. M. E.: Non-Fralernily Council. 0 BEN D. HOLT, Shelbyville, Tennessee: Liberal Arls. H191 Ji ll l l l l ,l l l l l l l ,, l l: l l ll l l l ll i 4 0 l l la li , . l 5. ll il l , l E, l, l l 1 l l I l l l l l l i l: ,. , , l W .fijialx-V - l -gf! Af N il l ffl' L ,ff ,., - l L ,., , ,, x. M ll H if riflilgl . Rl lim.: ' ' ll 4 E191 ri! 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' 'Z ' 'i 37' :T getfernsns. - s . -Sl. iff -mffwefa-3 -.,,.,.. - , , ,. ,,.. ,...a,fc-- :J -- sw, .- . .J -- 1-.. -. .M 1, , ?"5i5'l25'Tif14l:2fe-raft'-. -'z7?lT1.e 3ei,'i.,17a':21-3' "ff-'I ' kr . J' :3i?F3.ff:NF,Q?,'H'flS?1a'1i'I1ufi5':1s'??ii?'e"vf'v'CGttXJ1-. . E ann o O OLLIE MAE HOPPER, Knoxville, Edu- cation, Phi Mu, Treasurer Phi Mu, '39, '40, Treasurer Art Club, Orientation Leader, '39, '40, Honor Roll, '38, '39, '40, U. T. Chorus, '37, '38, Blue Tri- angle, '38, '39, '40, 0 WILLIAM S. HOUSHOLDER, Knox- ville, Business Administration, Sigma Nu, Phi Eta Sigma, Circle and Torch, T Club, Freshman and Sophomore Business Administration Awards, Winner Sophomore Faculty Scholarship, Honor Roll, '37, '38, '39, '40, All-Students' Club, '39-'40, Lieutenant, R. O. T. C., Co. F, C. P. T. Training, Intramural Manager, '39-'40, Tennis Champaon, Sprung '39. I HELEN MORRISON HOWARD, Knox- ville, Education, Chi Omega, Y Cabinet, "Volunteer" Staff. 0 LUCILLE HOWELL, Big Rock, Tennes- see, Home Economics, Kappa Delta. O AGNES HUFSTEDLER, Knoxville, Ten- nessee, Home Economics. O ALFRED HUTCHINSON, Obion, Ten- nessee, Engineering, Delta Tau Delta. O HELEN J. HUTCHISON, Knoxville, Home Economics, Chi Omega, "Orange and White" Staff, '37, '38, '39, "Volunteer" Staff, '37, '38, '39, Carnicus Staff, '37, '38, '39, Sadie Hawkins Board, '39, Y. W. C. A., '37, '38, '39, Home Ec Club, '37, '38, '40, Secre- tary Chi Omega, '40. 0 ROBERT S. HUTCHISON, Brownsville, Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega, President Alpha Tau Omega, '40, Scarabbean Senior Society, Scabbard and Blade Society, '39, '40, '4l, Vice-President Scabbard and Blade, '40-'4l, lnterfraternity Council, '37, '38, '39, President lnterfraternity Council, '39-'40, All-Students' Club, '39-'40, Vice-President Freshman Class, '37-'38, Chairman Junior Prom, '40, Manager Freshman Basketball, '37-'38, University Entertainment Committee, '39-'40, Delta Sigma Pi Commerce Fraternity. 0 LOIS ANN INMAN, Knoxville, Home Economics, Phi Mu, Home Ec Club, '37-'4l, Chorus, '37, '38, '39, '40, '4I, Librarian and Secretary, Girls' Ritle Team, '38, '39, Volettes, '38, '39, '40, Blue Triangle Club, '37, '38, '39, '40, "Tennessee Farmer" Staff, '39, '40, '4l, Hiking Club, '40, '4l. I WILLIAM B. IRION, Paris, Tennessee, Business Administration. I ESTHER J. JAMIESON, Covington, Tennessee, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha. n HERBERT JARNAGIN, Danafiage, Tennessee, Business Administration. 0 BILL JOHNSON, Knoxville, Tennessee, Business Administration. 0 JAMES D. JOHNSON, Lebanon, Ten- nessee, Engineering. TIZOI S5 ll 0 NAOMI JONES, Edgemoor, Tennes- see, Home Economics. 0 ONIE JONES, Jonesboro, Tennessee, Engineering. O THOMAS F. JONES, Sharon, Agricul- lure, Ag Club, '39-'4l, Livcslock Judging Team, '40, Round-Up Slaff, '40, Animal Husbandry Club and Officer, '40-'4l. O W. HAROLD JULIAN, McMinnville, Agricullure, Treasurer of Animal Husbandry Club, '40-'4l, Sergeanl-al-Arms of Ag Club, '4O. 0 ELIZABETH G. KEISTER, Knoxville, Tennessee, Liberal Arls, Della Phi Alpha. 0 MARY E. KELLY, Oakdale, Education, Della Zela, Social Chairman of Sororily, '39-'40, and Corresponding Secre- lary, '40, Volelles, '39-'40. O TED KELLY, Gallalin, Liberal Arls, Pi Kappa Alpha, Pi Kappa Alpha Presiclenl, '40, Nahheeyayli, '4I, and Mem- ber, '38-'39-'4O, Circle and Torch, '40, "Orange and While" News Edilor, '39, "Y" Cabinel, '39. 0 EMBREE M. KENNEDY, Kingsporl, Engineering, Della Sigma Phi, Honor Roll, '38-'40, Freshman Swimming and Track, '36-'37, Varsity Cross-Counlry and Track, '39-'4l, A. S. M. E., Pledge Trainer Della Sigma Phi, '40, Tau Bela Pi, '40-'4l, "T" Club. 0 MERLE KEY, Philadelphia, Mississippi, Home Economics, Della Della Della. 0 CHARLES D. KING, Obion, Business Adminislralion, Della Tau Della, Phi Kappa Phi, '40, Knoxville Clearing House Award, Honor Roll, '37-'40, U. T. Junior College, '37-'39. 0 CHARLES E. KING, Springfield, Ag- ricullure, Phi Sigma Kappa, lnlramural Manager, '38-'39, Secrelary of Phi Sigma Kappa in '38-'39 and Treasurer in '39-'4l, A. S. C. Council, '38-'4l, Treasurer ol A. S. C., Band, Ag Club, Animal Husbandry Club, Scarab- bean Sociely, lnlerlralernily Council, '38-'39, Enlomology Club. O LOUISE KING, Knoxville, Tennessee, Home Economics. O FRANCES KINTON, Trenlon, Tennes- see, Home Economics, Honor Roll, Spring '40. 0 OGLE FAITH KIRKLAND, Maryville, Tennessee, Home Economics. If1Z1l - wr ,R l I 1, l l i li lr ' l l i I ll l i l i l l l l A .y. l I . l I I l J r l l l 'X l il 5. 4 ll l l l 1 I ll ll l l, E .l ll r l,' lr l l l l a , . l lf l: ll fl l l li ' , AL., X Di V xx . fl ll . ll. Kc .2 , l r lr l l ,, "4- .iw X ,X .,.. we-ffl '73 S .qw ,A 1 F ,-.E Q- , .1 s . 1 x 1 -- ii Mlm --:,: -r - .2 i i' ra 51 'J I. 'i Lei 1 k I In .. 's f-.1 'il ,turf ,. 1 1 L -. 45, . 'fi - - A- L- ,,,-, li a- -..,,L 1 . Nast, -...L ,- w -M iv? . ..,, 'L 'li:'.n ., ls- fi 5-I: LU 6453 T' . 1"-ite ,1 . f Jpfllfffx lil' J 'CBI-'Ali I-lr " CII ,ips-11252 S f-- H e1.wqC', if 1 V -.g,':.i ,kr - si-Iifflff-Irf. l K l. . 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'VJ - ' Q-fff' ll l .fe-.,g:gQ3,f.gff,L, f,l x - 4:5 if l , . KF f ' . ' All . ' l 4 3 T" J. y'f,.'--fi Qi- so QJ l.,l Lael, mi, Lal. ,gf 0 CLYDE KNISLEY, Greeneville, Busi- ness Adminisfralion, Phi Gamma Della, Assisfanl' Cheer Leader, '38-'39, Associale .Cheer Leader, '39-'40, Head Cheer Leader, '40-'4l, Fraiarnily Treasurer and House Manager, '40-'4l, Bill Slern's All-American Cheer Leader, '40-'4l. 0 MARVIN KRIEGER, Knoxville, Tennes- see, Business Adminisfralion. 0 RITA ELIZABETH KUMMER, Brislol, Tennessee, Liberal Arls, Alpha Della Pi. 0 MARTHA LADY, Greeneville, Tennes- see, Home Economics. 0 LOUISE LANDESS, Knoxville, Home Economics, Sigma Kappa, Home Ec Club, '37-'4l, Voleltes, '37-'40, Y. W. C. A., '38-'4I, Rifle Team, '38-'39, Vice-Presidenl Sophomore Class, "Ten- nessee Farmer" Slaff, '38-'39, Home Economics Edilor, "Tennessee Farmer," '39-'40, President Sigma Kappa Pledges, '37-'38, Secrefary Sigma Kappa, '39-'40, Vice-President Sigma Kappa, '40-'4l, Universify Chorus, '37-'38, Blue Triangle, '37-'38. 0 ROBERT DENNIS LATIMER, Union Cily, Agricullure, Fruif Judging Team, Member of Ag Club. O MARION LAWRENCE, Richmond,Vir- ginia, Home Economics. 0 KATHLEEN G. LAY, Knoxville, Tennes- see, Home Economics. 0 IRA VERNON LAY, JR., Knoxville, Business Adminislralion, Sigma Nu, Presidenf Sophomore Class, '38-'39, All-Universify Sing Manager, '39, Scarabbean, '39-'40, Sfudenl' Assembly Commiliee, '38, All-Sfudenfs' Club. '37-'38, Wl1o's Who Among Sludenls in American Colleges, Aloha Oe Chairman, '38-'39. O NELL MARIAN LEAHY, Knoxville, Tennessee, Business Adminisliafion. 0 JOHN SHERWOOD LEA, Knoxville, Business Adminislralion, Phi Gamma Della, Presidenl' Freshman Class, All- Sfudenfs' Club, Scarabbean Freshman Award, Phi Era Sigma, Assislanl Manager Carnicus, Editor "Volunl'eer", Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Publicalion Council, Scarabbean, Edifor "Torch." 0 MARY FRANCES LEE, Pikeville, Ten- nessee, Home Economics, Zefa Tau Alpha. 0 MATTYLE LEE, Leland, Mississippi, Liberal Arls, Kappa Della. 0 THELMA LEETH, Counce, Tennessee, Home Economics If122fI W., ,ff 1 II rj -A NFA.. Ifq E, gif- 1 I' I I II I BH. l Ii- I . :I ,rx II If s I, I I, I ,I II .3 3- , I , . l V. , I . -,I X-,J hh . I, ,i Ii S ,I -' .J'...: .J 2.1. I YI .I -Jw .J- O PAULINE LEWIS, Bells, Tennessee, Home Economics. 0 SIMPSON LINKE, Knoxville, Engineer- ing, Band, '35-'40, Lighling Slaff for Modern Dance, '40-'4l, Honor Roll, '40, 0 SARA JANE LIST, Soddy, Tennessee, Home Economics. 0 JACK DANIEL LONDON, I-lunlsville, Alabama, Engineering, Sigma Nu, Honor Roll, '36-'4l, Tau Bela Pi, Presi- denl' of A. S. C. E., Frosh Baslcelball, 36, Varsiiy Baskelball, '37. 0 ARTHUR B. LONG, l-larrin-Ian, Ten- nessee, Liberal Arfs, Sigma Nu, Phi Kappa Phi. 0 R. B. LONG, Hillsboro, Tennessee, Engineering. O HUBERT W. LOVE, Lenoir Ciiy, Ten- nessee, Engineering. 0 J. WORRELL LOVE, Nashville, Engi- neering, Phi Gamma Della, Carnicus Sfarf, '38-'39, Beaver Club, '38-'39, Secrelary '39, Boxing Team, '39, Cross-Country Squad, '39, T Club, '39-'40, Secrefary '4l, lnferfralernily Council, '38A'4l, Circle and Torch, '40-'41, Sec- relary '4l, A. S. C. E., '39-'4l, Vice-Presideni' '4l, Secrelary of Phi Gamma Delia, '40, Presidenl in '4l. I RALPH E. LOVELACE, Knoxville, Ten- nessee, Liberal Arts, Della Phi Alpha 0 WILLIAM ALBERT LOWRY, Knoxville, Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, A. S. C. E., S. A. M. E. o EDWIN Lusk, Allamonl, Agricullure, Scabbard and Blade, Rifle Team, '37-'4l, Capfain in '4l. 0 WILLIAM W. LUTTRELL, Knoxville, Business Adminislraliong Phi Gamma Della, Foolball, '37-'4l, Baslcelball '37-'4l, "T" Club, '38-'4l, Scabbard and Blade, '40-'4l, Scarabbean. 0 JOE LYLE, Johnson Cily, Tennessee, Agricullu re. O J. H. MAHANEY, DuBois, Pennsyl- vania, Liberal Arls. If12'4T Ir-,-lim V. Imlir-K'-.. ,., . rv . I--.N xi fl T .-g I , I Il JL!! 'Ter-. H - ..,. ll I - I .I . . llf Uizurii. 'lla' fini f wwf: ...Ji A.:--. - I , UV- ,FII ,QQV I I 1, ' 'I Tiff, --V 'A v If - ' iw I I fu if HWY' a.II.- uf , xllgdl I ,pi j'fL, QQAIII W ' I IIIW IJ IL.'i'rf'.l'x1' ,f s ,'i'2LZ3,,4..g.5 ,hy X 2' , .. 'lll,lTjiT7f,'M'iTvr'f1f lf I Vu: f 1942 W ii ff I Lily'-' ,Q Jul' L '-' '- -I'-ILI "' " . 1 i,yIvA lillpjl ,. 'O T r -- 71" ful ,. Ir. A I MIL 1, 1 .HI .I Uhr' 2 - ,,, ,C'ff1.ff f. "' "'jiIl f, M, I af: 1514: Ifgql I r-1,Ir"i-,., --I , ' Y . n .HI,,iV.ELINV 7,4 VKWHMV g,,f::."lgY ggi ,.l,i'ijQv,j',Q.',f'4 f ' '-A-A J- ...ig O JOSEPH M. MARKS, Knoxville, Ten- nessee, Business Administration, Honor Roll, '37-'40. 0 ROSE ELIZABETH MARTIN, Raleigh, North Carolina, Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha, R. O. T. C. Sponsor, Guidon Society, Carnicus Queen, '40, Carnicus Staff, '40, '41, "Orange and White" Society Editor, '40, '41, Spanish Club, Program Chairman, Y. W. C. A., U. T. Playhouse, Pan-Hellenic Council Representative, '41, Industrial Girls Club, '41, Sadie Hawkins Committee, '41, President ot Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority, '41, Secretary ot Senior Class, '41, Pan-Hellenic Regional Conven- tion Committee Chairrnan, '4l. 0 ELIZABETH MATHEWS, Knoxville, Lib- eral Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha, Secretary ot Zeta Tau Alpha, Historian ot Zeta Tau Alpha, Orientation Leader, '4O. 0 KATHLYN MATTHEWS, Guthrie, Ken- tucky, Home Economics. 0 GROVER MAXWELL, Eagleville, Ten- nessee, Liberal Arts. 0 ANNA MAUDE MCBEE, Powell Sta- tion, Home Economics, Blue Triangle Club, Home Economics Club. 0 ARTHUR MCCAMMON, Maryville, Business Administration, "T" Club, Golf Team, '39. O R. H. MCCLURE, Knoxville, Tennessee, Engineer. 0 WILLIAM E. MCCRAVEY, Knoxville, Chemical Engineering, Sigma Chi, Vice-President Phi Eta Tau, '37, '38, Beaver Club, Co-President '37-'39, Usher Statt, '38-'40, Officer R. O. T. C., '38, '39, Scabbard and Blade, '38-'41, Vice-President American Society ot Collegiate Engineers, Manager ot Ace Day, '40, Tau Beta Pi, '40, '41, Presi- dent American Institute ot Chemical Engineers, '40, '41, Circle and Torch, '40, '4l. 0 CHARLOTTE MCGUIRE, Knoxville, Home Economics, Phi Mu, President of Blue Triangle Club, '40, Vice-Presi- dent ot Phi Mu Sorority, '40, Secretary Volettes, '39, Vice-President New- man Club, Home Economics Club, Member ot W. S. G. A. Council. ' 4 GLATHAN A. MCPEAKE, scans Hin, Tennessee, Agriculture, President of Agronomy Club, '4I. I VERNA MCTYE, Knoxville, Tennessee, Home Economics. O ROBERT MERIWETHER, Clarksville, Chemical Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, Scabbard and Blade, Society ot American Military Engineers. 0 CHARNELL MIDDLECOFF, Memphis, Agriculture, Kappa Alpha, Circulation Manager ot "Tennessee Farmer", Ag Club, Animal Husbandry Club, Alpha Zeta. I1241 S3 Nl li fi ii .lil 0 GOLDIE MILLER, Martel, Tennessee, Education. 0 MARGARET MILLER, Knoxville, Lib- eral Arts, Laboratory Directory U. T. Playhouse, '38-'39, Vice-President of U. T. Playhouse, '39-'40, '40-'4l, President of Charter Group ot Alpha Psi Omega, '40-'4l. 0 MUMFORD MILLER, Memphis, Busi- ness Administration, Kappa Alpha, Vice-President Senior Class, Vice-Presi- dent of Kappa Alpha, lnterfraternity Council, Freshman Basketball Numeral. I KATHERINE MOLYNEUX, Rockwood, Tennessee, Business Administration. 0 W. H. MOORE, Knoxville, Tennessee, Engineering. 0 SARA ELIZABETH MORGAN, Wilson, Arkansas, Business Administration, Chi Omega, Chi Omega Activities Chair- man, Y, W. C. A. 0 BILLIE MOSELY, Maryville, Home Economics, Kappa Delta, Home Economics Club, Secretary-Treasurer of Jennie Armstrong Dormatory, Y. M. C. A. 0 CHARLES MURPHY, Knoxville, Ten- nessee, Engineering 0 JOHN T. MURPHY, Saltillo, Tennes- see, Agriculture. I CLYDE NEEDHAM, Knoxville, Tennes- see, Engineering. O JULIA NEEL, Columbia, Tennessee, Education. 0 ALFRED W. NICHOLS, Nashville, Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Scabbard and Blade, Honor Roll, '40, First Lieutenant, R. O. T. C. - O LAURENCE NICHOLSON, Knoxville, Tennessee, Engineering, A. S. M. E. ' I WILLIAM NOBLITT, Sweetwater, Ag- riculture, Phi Kappa Phi, Travalie Scholarship, '38-'39-'40, B. S. U. Council, '39, Frosh Track, '38, Intramural Manager, '40-'4l, Winner Fox Hunt, '39. H251 i l i l l i i l l l i Zo ,.L+ in ...i. .5 rr ...J H9131-',f F" 5511: Teil? F' 2' I I 'F'- g . l -j' , , i i ,Q--+ . - i 215 l , Q. , . J-rv , , 5 ll V-1 1 V V. . l l A , V i , Zjc l, ff: 'g fu.: A cm I 'I l 54 , , i ' , . l il li 5 . l l' - -... ,. Y .. i il 'l , fi l T 'T .. at A 73,1 I f 51.22 il l ,i . ,Z i li ll il. ' ll l l ll l , . Pixie-. . elif, il ill! 'QQ l ffl " ' ,l I , i ii , . .i , l ll l-L., 7 4,2 ll -, .iii , 4:-i '-.es ll E , .fr -. L- 1 '11 if 1 ,eva at l5'1Vf5f? 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O EMILY JANE OTKEN, Greenwood, Mississippi, Liberal Arfs, Chi Omega, Transfer from M. S, C. W., Beauly Favoriie, '39. 0 W. N. PACE, Gulhrie, Kenlucky, Ag- ricullure, Alpha Zeta, Livesiock Judging Team, '40, Secrelary of Animal Husbandry Club, '40. 0 WILBURN PARHAM, Whilwell len- nessee, Engineering. 0 ALMENA PARKER, Knoxville, Tennes- see, Educaiion, Alpha Delia Pi. O H. C. PATRICK, Knoxville, Engineer- ing, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pershing Rifles, Beaver Club, A. l. E. E. 0 RACHAEL PATTERSON, Knoxville, Tennessee, Home Economics, Chi Omega. 0 EUGENE SMITH PATTON, Knoxville, Tennessee, Business Aclminisfralion, Sigma Nu 0 HUGH CLAY PAULK, Savannah, Geor- gia, Agricullure. 0 SARA LEE PEAK, Clinlon, Educafion, Sigma Kappa, Alhleiic Club, '37-'38, Phi Ela Tau, '38-'39-'40, Inlramural Council, '38, Woman's lnframural Manager, '40, W. S. G. A. Council, '40, Dormilory House Council, '39. O O. L. PEDIGO, JR., Knoxville, Liberal Arls, Scabbard and Blade, Presidenl of B. S. U., '40-'4l. I1Z6I if my l 1 , . . l . v l il H I - . - ., rv- .. l,,, ,, . ,,., . 1 Q, S... 55,0 O MARY LOUISE PHILLIPS, Knoxville: Educalion: Alpha Delia Pi' Morlar Board: Spanish Club, '38-'39, '40-'4I: Y. W. C. A., '38-'39, '39-'40: Phi Kappa Phi: Transfer from Salem College, Norlh Carolina. 0 INAZELLE PIERCE, Jackson, Missis- sippi: Liberal Arls: Chi Omega: Transfer from Millsaps College, l94O. O DORTHY LEE POLLARD, Maryville, Business Adminislraiion. O MARGARET POST, Knoxville: Home Economics: Chi Omega: Morlar Board Freshman Award, '36: Publicily Chairman, Home Economics Club, '4O: Edilor "Pieces of Pi," '40: Layoul Manager, "Orange and While," '37: Class Track Meei, Winner '37, '38: Universify Chorus: "Volur1leer" Sfaff, '36: Sadie Hawkins Board: Commillee Chairman, '40. 0 EDWINE POWERS, Knoxville, Tennes- see: Home Economics: Alpha Omicron Pi. 0 GIBBS PREVOST, Knoxville: Business Administraiion: Capfain, R. O. T. C., '39. 0 KLARA BELLE PRYOR, Sequalchie: Home Economics: Phi Mu: Blue Triangle Club, '37, '38, '39, '40: Home Eco- nomics Club, '37, '38, '39, '40. O JAMES QUENICHET, Germanlown, Tennessee: Agriculture: Sigma Phi Epsilon. 0 ELOISE RAGSDALE, Memphis: Home Economics: Chi Omega: Phi Kappa Phi, '40: Glee Club: Y. W. C. A. Cab- inel, '38-'4l: Sophomore Honor Sociely: Home Economics Club: Torch: Thealer Guild, '38, '39: Carnicus: Special Dancing: Omicron Nu: Transfer from Mississippi Sfafe College for Women. 0 GRACE SLACK RHEA, Bristol, Ten- nessee: Business Adminislraiion. I JUDY RICHARDS, Knoxville, Tennes- see: Educafion: Alpha Della Pi. 0 JAMES RICKETTS, Maryville, Tennes- see: Liberal Aris. ' o MAURICE ROACH, Memphis: Busa- ness Adminislralion: Sigma Phi Epsilon: Secrefary Nahheeyayli Board, '40: Presideni of Nahheeyaylf Governing Board, '4l: Usher Corps, '40-'4l. 0 ADRIAN L. ROBERSON, Hornbeak: Engineering: Scabbard and Blade, '39-'40, '40-'4I, and Treasurer in '40-'4l: Scarabbean, '40-'4l: R. O. T. C.: Firsl' Lieulenanl' '39, Caplain '40, Colonel '40-'4I: Treasurer of S. A. M. E., '39-'40, and Presidenl' in Blounl Hall Council, '39-'4l: Tau Beta Pi, '40-'4l. Ll27fl 1f:2:-WE? " M is-fi fc: -433,4 H, -,-ei Li m P: 4 W ,Ji UE! Qil ill ' .ll 1 -ii 'EES 21 L . l .11 'e 'l " .L . . . .El -in--1-N an nl 1 .1175 if T-2:3-Ts 1 .31 QM l nf' l A 0' j l ll ' ,V ..-Ur elgl PWS l 'l 'llVlI.1,:i:e1l., ' . ,lf ,gl-4 . ,ff ,,QU.5,':3ifflJ:u.3,'-'fr HOW ,Q Vlliili:-f':!iH gary 5" ,ll I-if If5:'..,., 'Yiffi fjllylilll-----'i!l: "-'iq ll 'filly . lilg'x,i',l,'J'1L:'f QF it ":iUr'f:1i 'Ti , FL-iciira-"7W Y' ' r W' T ef:2',f,7a' -r V ll-lgi?1flE'?..1..T?,..fl I..-ia Wilmf1f2:,'i1,ir.f!Mf9'- ' - ,, lilwl -1 l'4,1,if.',r.f4'LLl -,. ..,f -:-l ,g - L, ff 1- 1-'-f..,,'f-rm if ,V L a 'Lf "q'lf-if" ll-ifgrai urfiliiludigyln ' I liS52.eef':2--1-Q -TTI fn' les Cir ll . 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A.: Transfer from Maryville College: Presidenl Dormilory. 0 VERNEAL ROBINSON, Selmer: Home Economics: Honor Roll, '39-'40: Home Economics Club. 0 BARBARA RULE, Knoxville: Liberal Arls: Chi Omega: Chorus: "Orange and While," '37-'38: "Volunleer," '37- '38, '39-'4O: French Club: Carnicus Sfalf, '38-'39, O ORA ADDIE RULE, Sevierville, Ten- nessee: Home Economics. O DORIS RUSSELL, Brownsville: Educa- lion: Della Della Della: Guidon Soclely: Sponsor lo R, O. T. C. Maior: Beauly Favorile: Modern Dance Club: Y. W. C. A.: Junior and Senior Girls' Club. 0 WILLIE ELIZABETH RUSSELL, LaFol- lelle, Tennessee: Liberal Arls: Zela Tau Alpha. I DELTA RUTH, Washburn, Tennessee: Home Economics. 0 CLAUDIA LOUISE SALLEY, Knoxville: Liberal Arls: Phi Mu: Morlar Board: Treasurer, Alpha Lambda Della: Uni- versily Chorus: Le Cercle Francaise. A 0 HARVEY SANDEFUR, Eva, Tennessee: Agricullure. 0 ANNA ELIZABETH SCHOOLFIELD, Pikeville, Tennessee: Home Economics. 0 LOIS CLAIRE SCHWAM, German- lown, Tennessee: Liberal Arls. 0 MARGARET SEALE, Knoxville, Tennes- see: Educalion. Il28Ql nessee, Engineering. Home Economics. U. .X .. , .6 F- , ,,-N ffllli CT ll in 0 THOMAS C. SEARLE, Knoxville, Ten- 0 EVELYN SESLER, Knoxville, Tennessee, 0 DOROTHY JEANNE SEVIER, Hoi Springs, Arkansas, Liberal Arls, Chi Omega, Transfer from Universily of Arkansas. 0 W. C. SHARP, JR., Andersonville, Agricullure, Member Ag Club, Barnwarmin' Slaff, Round-up Slalf, "Ten- nessee Farmer" Sfaff, Secrelary Ag Club, '40-'4I. 0 WILLIAM BRUCE SHELBY, Wood- lawn, Liberal Arls, Ballalion Adiulanl, Firsl Ballalion, '39, Firsl Lieulenanf, Co. C, '40, Alpha Sigma Della, Pre-Med. Fralerniiy, '38, Individual Tennis Singles, Fall-Spring '38-'39-'40-'4l. 0 ARTHUR PAUL SHELTON, Calhoun, Civil Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi, Member American Society of Civil Engi- neers, '38-'4l, 0 MARSHALL SHIRES, Knoxville, Educa- lion, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Honor Roll, '40-'4l. 0 JOHN DAVIS SHIRLEY, Granville, Tennessee, Business Aclmimslraiion, Transfer Sludenl. see, Agricullure. DCSSSSQ Engineering. O JAMES M. SHIVERS, Trenlon, Tennes- 0 CLIFFORD SINCLAIR, Nashville, Ten- 0 SARA SKELTON, Cumberland Cily, Tennessee, Horne Economics, Zela Tau Alpha. 0 KATHERINE SLATTEN, Sparia, Home Economics, Zela Tau Alpha, "Orange and While," '37-'38, Volelfes, '38-'39, Y. W. C. A., Home Ec Club, '37-'4l, Secrelary Zela Pledges, Honor Roll, '38-'39-'40. 0 ALIX SMITH, Knoxville, Business Ad- minislralion, Alpha Della Pi, Sororily Offices, Y. W. C. A., U, T. Play- house, French Club. Liberal Arls. Economics, Alpha Della Major, Isl Ballalion Eng., Adminislralion, "Orange 0 EDWARD SMITH, Lebanon, Tennessee, 0 FAY SMITH, Searsporl, Maine, Home Pi, Honorary Capiain, Co. G, Inf., '39, Honorary '40, Guides Socieiy. 0 JESS M. SMITH, JR., Selmer, Business and Whi're," '37-'38, Sporis Ediior, '38-'39, '39-'40, "Volunteer " '38, Section Eclilor '39-'40, Associaie '40, Assislanl Edilor, '40- Eanar, '41, cannais, 'avi'-so, Hiking'ciub, Edifor "orange and wma," '4i. H293 T' T' W' H" ' I E' 4 :'f7?5fi' ' ' 55,2 I I I Q li W. if f I 2 ' iffy I - 5 , J Q eh ,,, I i I Q I I I . .iff I ' I ' ui-6' 'f gay : if l I . I I fl l 15.965 I ' sal I ' j ' V ll' , .ee . 1. i . -'.'-,Ha r V , :jf su, I ' I - ' A '16 J 'HE' I ... i 31 I I L Hr. lf I 'f '55 I - "1 3 ' we I Vi'-1. I -,ies I . I ' 19: 1 V, . f-.-,gi I i - . '2,.-,Q I , i 5 all iz 1, ' 4 i EWS i .if i I l . I - S . , - j,T-T-Ile., , ,sgffgg I a fi af:-.- arl. I . 'X S 5 I li' DX, N" I ll N., , I ' 'z'5f"'fQ5i'f'ii z - I - m"9ff1':! 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' Q RANDEL smm-1, Bluff czfy, Tennes- see: Business Adminislrafion. 0 HENRY SOUTHERLAND, Knoxville: Engineering: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Phi Kappa Phi: Phi Kappa Lilerary So- ciefy: Lacrosse Team: Honor Graduate and Maior, R. O. T, C.: Junior Member American Sociely of C. E.: Junior Conrad Member for Sludenf Chapfer. 0 FRITZ STAMPFLI, Gruelli: Agricul- Iure: Agriculfure Club, '36-'40: Alpha Zela Sophomore Award: Alpha Zela: Dairy Club, '38-'39, '39-'40: Phi Kappa Phi, '40-'4I: Honor Roll, '36-'40: Member of Dairy Producfs Judging Team, '40, I MAX STEINER, Bluefield, Wesr Vir- ginia: Educalion: Presidenl "T" Club: Freshman Foofball, '36-'37: Varsily Foolball, '37-'4O. e WILLIE STERLING, Aloka, Tennessee: Agriculfure: Ag Club. 0 JACK STEWART, Knoxville, Tennessee: Engineering: Pi Kappa Alpha. 0 GEORGE A. STRASSER, Nashville: Agriculfure: Alpha Zara: Phi Della Kappa: Phi Kappa Phi: Honor Roll, '37-'4O: Vice-Presidenl' Ag Club, '40: Transfer from U. T. Junior College. O EDNA STRONG, Big Sfone Gap, Vir- ginia: Liberal Arls. 0 LUCILLE STULTZ, Erwin, Tennessee: Home Economics: Della Della Della: Miss Tennessee, '40-'4l. 0 CAROLINE SUMMITT, LaFolleHe,Ten- nessee: Business Adminisfralion: Zela Tau Alpha. 0 JOHN SWAFFORD, Jasper, Tennessee: Liberal Arls: Transfer Sludenr. 0 MARTHA SWOOPE, Columbus, Mis- sissippi: Liberal Arls: Phi Mu: Biology Club. O JOAN TABOR, Belvedere, Illinois: Home Economics. 0 WILLIAM TANNER, Union Cily: Ag- riculfure: Alpha Tau Omega: Presidenr, Alpha Tau Omega: Scarabbean: Alpha Zela: Scabbard and Blade: Maior Firsl' Baflalion lnfanlry: Beaver Club: Secrelary Beaver Club: Treasurer Junior Class: Barnwarmin' Sfaff, '38-'39-'40, Assisranf Manager '40: Ag Club: A. H. Club: A. S. C. Campus lmprovemenf Commillee, '39-'4O: Fraferniiy Relafions Board, '4l. H301 Rl 0 PRESSLY BROWN TATE, JR., Troy, Chemical Engineering, A. S. A. E., Treasurer Tau Bela Phi, '40, Honor Rall, '38-'4o. 0 WILLIAM BARRETT TAYLOR, Ill., Dandridge, Liberal Arls, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Manager Swimming Team '38, Y. M. C. A. Cabinel, '38, "Volunleer" Pholographer, '38, Caplain R O. T. C., "T" Club. 0 FRANK THOMAS, JR., Columbia, Business Adminislralion, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Scarabbean Honor Sociely' Scabbarcl and Blade, Vice-President "T" Club, Caplain Baskelball Team '4l 0 MARJORIE THRELKELD, Chicago, ll- linois, Home Economics 0 JAMES B. THURSTON, Memphis, Busi- ness Adminislralion, Kappa Alpha, Presidenl Kappa Alpha Fralernily, '40- '4I, Fralernily Relalions Board, Business Slalf "Volun'reer," '38, '39, 0 JERE H. TOWE, Nashville, Tennessee, Civil Engineering, Kappa Sigma. 0 MARY TRAVIS, Marlin, Tennessee, Liberal Arls, Della Della Della. Q PEGGY LEE TRULL, Nashville, Ten- nessee, Home Economics. 0 GEORGE TUCKER, LaFayelle, Agri- cullure, Alpha Zela, Phi Della Kappa, Liveslock Judging Team, Ag Club. 0 H. H. TUCKER, Lallayelle, Tennessee, Agricullure. 0 JOHN L. TUCKER, Elklown, Tennes- see, Agricullure. 0 EUGENIA TUTTLE, Biloxi, Mississippi, Home Economics, Della Della Della, Universily Chorus, Secrelary '4l, Home Economics Club, '38, '40, Hiking Club, Vice-Presidenl Killy Kane Hall, '40, Transferred from Mississippi Slale College for Women. 0 CORNELIA ALICE TYLER, Balavia, New York, Liberal Arls, Volelles, Universily Chorus, Biologia, Biologia Scholarship, Honor Roll. 0 NANCY VANDEN, Jackson, Liberal Arls, Chi Omega, Transfer from Union Universily, '40, O A. R. VETTER, Knoxville, Tennessee, Liberal Arls. 0 MARTHA VIA, Norlh Fork, Wesl Vir- ginia, Home Economics, Home Economics Club, Transferred from Virginia lI131J E-fs. ff fi - ::.f,ag1- s is' '- -. . .'-, 5 '- . 3 1' - .-'a",.1H3f P.-11:19, - .. ' ' 5 A g .J ...Azi--+-.f-Qeggssxg--N s ' 1 ' - . V ' .2 Q, 1: 'H ,1 :iii li '- - " , fe Q 14 ll' gg-:ig Q ..: 1:32. ' ' - 1 1 fzfsf- -.1 " . . 'Q-I. 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'-.LW V, -,.,-...,Q.,-,,,,.y..a..e.-im-. s.2:.r.' ..v.,eQ5-542. we 1 L if f -.+V ea Me . 2, 5-Y yep 1 f "I as 1 41. 761. ks"',..?S.f.k1.'ere-Bib? L ATL' ,,.L. . .L lf' wg- X IFS' ' Qi., J if-1 . an J si 6' fy? :3w':, I 3 '11 I H ,N fig sr"',-45. fe . to 1.53 r' JF' .Jbjx f,5'r-Jkwfnf' .Q1-. wife- vm -,: -f ,.v , -he ,as . .s .B ,N e. li ,QE .-.. . V f .J I z ' . -JJ Iran, sal ml QJJ aa. is-L wi, 1.4. Q.-' I DICKEY WAGNER, Copperhill, Ten- nessee, Home Economics. 0 CHARLES WALLACE, Harriman, Chemical Engineering, A. l. Ch. E., Alpha Chi Sigma. ' 0 J. SOLON WATTENBARGER, Cal- houn, Tennessee, Educalion. 0 ROBERTS V. WEAVER, Jacksonville, Florida, Business Adminislrafion, Sigma Nu, President Sigma Nu, '39-'4l, Y. M. C. A., Vice-Presidenl '40-'4I, Cabinel '38-'40, Scarabbean Sociely, Band, '38-'39, Carnicus SIai'F, '38-'39, Commerce Exposilion, '38, Fralernily Relalions Board, '39-'40, '40-'4l, Transfer from John B. Slelson University, Inierfraierniiy Council, '38-'39, 0 WILLSON WEAVER, Knoxville, Tennes- see, Liberal Arls. 0 JANE WEBB, Knoxville, Tennessee, Home Economics. 0 ROBERT WEBB, Knoxville, Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Freshman Debaling Team, '38, Band, '38-'39, Honor Roll, '38, '39, '40, Swimming Team, '39-'4I, Capfain '4l, "T" Club, Presidenl Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Fraiernily Relafions Board. 0 HAROLD L. WHITE, Memphis, Busi' ness Adminislralion, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Presidenl Sigma Phi Epsilon, '40- '4I, Circle and Torch, Fraierniiy Relaiions Board, '40-'4l, A. S. C. Dance Cornmillee, U. T. Beaver Club. 0 MARY WHITE, Biloxi, Mississippi, Home Economics, Della Delia Della. O DELIA WHITLOW, Savannah, Tennes- see, Home Economics. 0 DOROTHY WHITTLE, Knoxville, Home Economics, Phi Mu, Home Ec Club, Blue Triangle Club, Y. W. C. A., Ari Club. 0 JAMES WILBANKS, JR., Knoxville, Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, President, A. I. E. E., '40-'4l, Capiain, R. O. T. C., '39-'40, American Society of Mililary Engineers, Track Squad, '40, 0 JUDITH ANN WILKINSON, Knox- ville, Business Adminislralion, Kappa Delia, Voleifes, '37-'40, Presideni '38- '4O, W. S., G. A. Council, '39-'4I, Presidenl '40-'4I, Carnicus, '38-'40, A. S. C. Council, '40-'4I, Board of Direclors of Co-Operalive Book Store, '40-'4l, Sadie Hawkins, '38-'4l. O RAY E. WILKINSON, Palmersville, Agriculiure, Ag Club, Presidenl, A. H. Club, '40-'4l, Commillee Chairman on Barnwarmin' SIai'f, '40, Sales Manager for Round-Up, '40. 0 ELIZABETH K. WILLIAMS, Miami, Florida, Liberal Arls, Chi Omega. 0 J. E. WILLIAMS, Miami, Florida, Liberal Arls, Phi Gamma Della, President, Alpha Sigma Delia, '39-'40, Biologia, '40, Assislanl Manager, Carnicus, '40, Track Team, '37, Freshman Foolball, '37, "Orange and While," '37, Carnicus, '37-'40. Ifl32J 'T lT'l Nix We if? fi. QU' -af .ca "-ll' Jalliwk mi, l---li. li-f. QL-" JV 0 WOODROW W. WILLIAMS, Nash- ville, Agriculture, Vice-President of Student Branch ot American Society ot Agricultural Engineers, Delegate to A. S. A. E, National Convention. 0 BASCOM WILLIAMSON, Milton, Ag- riculture, President, Student Section A. S. A., Ag Club, Alpha Zeta, Bap- tist Student Council, Student Faculty Organization Board, Phi Kappa Phi, Carnicus Staft, "Tennessee Forum" Staff, Scarabbean, Member Board of Directors of University Bookstore, Who's Who Among Students in Ameri- can Universities, President All-Students' Club, Member University Commit- tees on Sunday Concerts. 0 MARY MARGARET WILSON, Mem- phis, Business Administration, Kappa Delta, Spanish Club, '37-'39, U, T. Playhouse, '40, U. T. Forum, 40, "Orange and White," '39. 0 NAN BELINDA WINGATE, lmmoka- lu, Florida, Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha 0 BUFORD WINN, Nashville, Tennessee, Engineering. O JEAN WINNINGHAM, Knoxville,Ten- nessee, Business Administration. 0 MARSHAL C. WINTON, Pelham, Ag- riculture, Ag Club, Dairy Club, Alpha Zeta, Scabbard and Blade, Circle and Torch, Dairy Products Judging Team, Dairy Cattle Judging Team, Who's Who Among American Colleges and Universities, Lieutenant-Colonel in R. O. T. C., Barnwarmin' Staff, President Ag Club, '40, Danforth Schol- arship, '40, "Tennessee Farmer" Statt, '40. 0 JOHN JOSEPH WISE, Memphis, Busi- ness Administration, Sigma Chi, "Orange and White", Assistant Business Manager, '37, Associate Editor, '38, '39, Editor, '40, Publications Council, '39, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '37-'39, Secretary '39, Carnicus Staff, '38, '39, '40, '4I, Junior Assistant Manager, '39, Senior Assistant Manager, '40, '4I, Member Board of Directors, University Christian Association, Varsity Golf, '39-'40, "T" Club, '40-'4l, Assistant Intramural Manager, '37, Scarabbean Senior Honor Society, Editor "Volunteer," '4I, Torchbearer, '4l, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, Scabbard and Blade, '40, Captain Company F, '4l, Secretary of Scabbard and Blade, '4l. 0 ROBERT BEECHER WITT, JR., Madi- sonville, Tennessee, Engineering. 0 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN WOMACK, Murfreesboro, Agriculture, Sigma Chi, Manager Wrestling Team, '4l. 0 RUTH CHARLOTTE WRIGHT, Knox- ville, Home Economics, Phi Mu, Home Economics Club, Blue Triangle, Y. W. C. A. 0 ELIZABETH WOODMORE, Murfrees- boro, Tennessee, Home Economics, Home Economics Club. O RUTH WORD, Knoxville, Tennessee, Home Economics, Alpha Omicron Pi. 0 PENN WILLIAM WORDEN, JR., Knoxville, Liberal Arts, Delta Sigma Phi, Editor "Orange and White," '40-'4l, Treasurer Sophomore Class, '38-'39, Member lnterfraternity Council, '38-'39, Junior Prom Committee, '40, Scarabbean. Q ,JOHN eu.sERr 'WORSHAM, Knox- ville, Tennessee, Business Administration. 0 MARGARET A. WOODS, Lewisburg, Tennessee, Home Economics, Delta Delta Delta. H1331 li of if I . ll i- V l. , l ,- li' l 1 i lt l i Y 2 vi' I Sf l. lf- E , .. l il. lJ it . l, l A-.. Q . i r. i 9 . . t.. t fl. l ,L i. . , 9 l ,, T. A V . 3 -, s . 1. ti ' 51, , F' - ii " l l. is i. l V ff t . ,- K-' ,i WE Exif -115-T'1i:57f'ri"-T ivfff, gg -We .,,.-,,fff"r2T les- , . .ag .tlffjrfi Nx - New-. . 'E 5 ' ,Q . ,-,: TN .' llcx I Xx- ll 4 , . I , ' f ,"AN- ul, fffx-' ...wi .Q if it . f. ff!! i'- l'7 l mf 1.5. . gif' s .gfiil ' ""'QJlg " s"5i':s"Pf't 1. l"'T" "5 it -if l lf i '.-'51 l . 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Mary Woodward happy ai The drug . . . A loolc al' Van and Louise's privale life . . . Fred wilh one of his many . . . Can'+ Tell whal, where or why . . . Elwood, as any fool can plainly see . . . Seeing. evidenlly isn'+ believing . . . Powell Winn in a narural pose, prone . . . Lesler, Edmunds, Bunny, and who? V JUNIHH HHSS .' Q'- Si- N RICHARD M I LLEN, Vice-Presideni' fgq - F 2 i . MARY RUTH BIBB, Secretary H351 MEEKS VAUGHAN, Fresidenf JEAN BUSH, Treasurer lHl lIIlSl R 0 W o Q DORIS ADAMS, MARTHA ALLEN, THELMA ARNETTE, RUTH ARNETTE, GROVER AUSTIN, Joe BAI L EY f,,..wWjjf-jf7,X If ,f A , I I ' i. if ,V I. .. X ff.. yet,-,, V, -- ., X ,, .,NA, -.-,,,,NXX .,.f....,A , -fA, l'fz3U:" -,,- 'gll'xi'f ,,Ln '1-' I +3565 , I if WILLIAM Q P. ' Bl NKS'.f A AAA f ' if 'f A 'F 9??I"l5.IfE1a2ii - I N I ,.,' . "if fiiilipif lX..,,,,f ., ,,,,, 1 ' A AA A AAA2 - AA I I 'f'A MARY JEAN BUSH 0 DORIS ADAMS, Ridgely. Q MARTHA ALLEN, Rulherford, Zela Tau Alpha. 0 THELMA ARNETTE, Knoxville. O RUTH ARNETTE, Knoxville. 0 GROVER AUSTIN, Collage Grove. 0 JOE BAILEY, Kingsporl. 0 W. T. BAILEY, Challanooga. 0 EVELYN BANKS, Clarksdale, Arkansas, Della Della Della. 9 EVELYN BARRETT, Shelbyville, Phi Mu. 0 CHARLOTTE BEAMAN, Knoxville, Chi Omega, O MARY RUTH BIBB, Knoxville, Della Della Della. 0 WILLIAM P. BINKS, JR., Challanooga, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. O MARYDEL BOSWELL, Greenwood, Mississippi, Alpha Omicron Pi. O EDNA BOWMAN, Carrolllon, Illinois, Della Della Della. O JOSEPH BOWMAN, Bluefield, Wesl Virginia, Sigma Chi. 0 EDNA BRAYTON, Dyersburg, Della Della Della. 0 ALINE BROWN, LaFollelle, Zela Tau Alpha. 0 LUCILE BUNCH, Harriman, Alpha Omicron Pi. 0 JAMES BURN, Niola, Della Tau Della. Q MARY JEAN BUSH, Olinlon, Phi Mu. If 1361 Jll lllll lIl!lSS 0 WILLOUISE BUTTS, Memphis. 0 LIVY COE, Cenlralia, Illinois, Alpha Tau Omega. 0 JAMES COLEMAN, Johnson Cily. 0 SARA COLVIN, Knoxville. 0 W. B. COX, Cookeville. 0 BROYLES CRAWLEY, Sale Creek. O CARL CROSS, Jamesfown. 0 JUANITA DRAPER, Knoxville. 0 RUTH DUNCAN, Harriman. 0 LOIS ELROD, Rulherfordg Chi Omega. 0 MARJORIE EVERETT, Corinlh, Mississippi, Chi Omega. 0 HELEN FANT, Gulfporl, Mississippig Della. O ELEANOR FOSTER, Kyger, Wesi Virginia. 0 EUGENIA FRANKLIN, Knoxville, Alpha Della Pi. 0 JACK FRAZIER, Dayfon, Pi Gamma Della. 0 DONALD FREEMAN, Knoxville: Lambda Chi Alpha. 0 MYRTLE FRENCH, Nashville. 0 CLARENCE GARVIN, Clarksville. 0 JO GLOVER, UNION Cify. 0 CLARA GRUBBS, Johnson Ciiyg Kappa Delia. H371 llllSl H 0 W Q Q wlu.oulsE suns, Livv Coe, JAMES COLEMAN, sARA COLVIN, W. B. COX, BROYLES CRAWLEY, .mfwsgz-'I:vf.,, '.,,g,g- .1 xyiwzzw Bye. . fx: .-'xi' evo -fm? W ' 'f fwwfif. ' f .QM ..,i,,...,.4.,c . ,, . f Ni.. wtf, vi.. 554.-.1 f 44. , 7 1 : ffzi five-gf I Hsieh f 2 S ii - M52 Qsmsewfaaif-,zsnvfff4:.wa,3'1fw'f. .1 wwwag .4 1.14-N ..vwSf...Wv,.wfQ,x-if fm.-!ff.w,W.,,,:,:.1,. 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O EVELYN KEIL, Milan. O FRANK KELLY 0 JACK KENNEDY, Sale Creek. 0 FRANK KERR, Knoxville KING, Brisiolg Sigma Phi Epsilon. O EMILY KING, Knoxville .lll llllllIlllSS 0 ANNIE LAUDERDALE, Johnson Cily. O WILLENA LEACH, Somerville, Della Zela. 0 HOWARD LOCKE, McMinnville. 0 EDITH LOVELACE, Knoxville. 0 JOHN McAMlS, Knox- ville, Sigma Chi. 0 ROBERT MCCLELLAN, Knoxville, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. IIIISI R U W o o ANNIE LAUDERDALE, WILLENA LEACH, HOWARD LOCKE, EDITH LOVELACE, JOHN MCAMIS, ROBERT MCCLELLAN PM ' ,ma L, 4' 4,-. ,. -. 0 JOHN MCLEOD Knoxville' Alpha Tau Omega. Q WINNIE MEAGHER Whilwell. fi ll 2 " -. we 55 I 'n if ,P? ' ' ' gwgggyyf Q. fig 4 ... CELDON MEDARls, Clinlon, Della Della nalfa. Q RICHARD MlLl.EN, Knoxville. 0 aEAuMoNT yi QQEW I X fi, ' I' lie' MILLER, Johnson Cily, Alpha Omicron Pi. Q DIXIE MILLER, Marlel, 0 MARTHA MONTGOMERY, Clarksdale, Mississippi, Chi Omega. O ANN MOORE, Elowah. 0 HELEN MOORE, Knoxville, Della Della Della. 0 LILLIAN MOORE, Doyle. O JOE MORIARITY, Knoxville. 0 BETTY ANN MURPHY, Knoxville, Della Della Della. 0 HUGH NEIL, Knoxville, Phi Gamma Della. 0 CARL NILES, Knoxville, Della Sigma Phi. If139fl 6, .f ,Q AH' -. 1 .. .. . 1 ,. 4, lf' l ' . Q,a5g...- QM, .,,, ja gf f , fy .bfi ya., ,, ' fa ,. wwf fff M. 1, 1.5 f f4 W X - a 1. v f- - . ,g f s. . f 412 4 - - a 2. A .aff :- as QQ la , L -T V, a s lg? Q l 1 if lf Q 5 " . iw T x v a All, 791 L if s I ag ff ,gl gi f g 5 ll ' Ml ' i l 2? Q2 T A a fav . 'W IQ .- ,S 1 -1, L ' Mfr A S75 Q, ,-Z-xg " , Jr V' ' JOE HUGH NEIL, CA' 2Nfll.El Ha i l 0' THI IIIIST R 0 W Q Q JACKIE NowLlN, w. J. owENs, JAMES PARDUE, BILL PARKER, JR., MARTHA PATTISHALL, TOM PAULEY V Af ENE .P'E'R5I?AA A ,I ITIWLI5 AJAfR PIROU D14 A I Rau? ' " w -M, f,,g,,v- 'mfg , -.1 f - f - ' A ,l1,5g,,y.-5 g., ,. 3,f5f ,..:.' " ,f7w.7,4f5.m ' 2'-A ff ,fi 5, .V 3 Y 'nmvfgzya .1 A ' . K ' R, N. ilbfwzmmf W A-wi. ,v,J, ,,, . Hi ' ,J .REV ..m..-away, zz.. ,fig . 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O THOMAS SCOTT, JR., Sislrersville, Wesl' Virginia. 0 COMER SHACKLETT, Nashville. 0 DOROTHY SHANKELL, Brisfol, Virginia. 0 ALICE SHEPARD, Efowah. 0 TED SLOAN, Humboldlq Della Sigma Phi. lf140I il., 0 JOHN SMART, McMinnville. 0 CHARLINE SMITH, Chaflanoogag Alpha Della Pi. 0 FRANK SORRELS, Trenlon. Q EDWARD STORY, Knoxville: Phi Sigma Kappa. 0 FRANCES SULLIVAN, Germaniowng Kappa Delfa. I ANN SUTHERLAND, Knoxvilleg Della Della Delfa. 0 EDNA SWANN, Dandridgeg Alpha Omicron Pi. 0 MILDRED THOMAS, McKenzie. 0 WOODROW W. THOMAS, Greenville, Soufh Carolina, Lambda Chi Alpha. 0 CLEO THOMPSON, Knoxville, Kappa Della. O JEWELL THOMPSON, Knoxville, Kappa Della. 0 SAMUEL THOMPSON, Memphis: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 0 MARY THORNBURGH, Knoxville, Chi Omega. 0 CHARLOTTE TIPTON, Knoxville, Zefa Tau Alpha. O MEEKS VAUGHAN, Covingfong Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 0 JAMES WALLACE, Knox- ville, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 0 MARY WATERS, Seviervilleg Alpha Della Pi. 0 CLEM WILKES, Knoxville. 0 DOROTHY YOUNG, Knoxville. I 1411 cm? llIlSl R ll W 0 0 JOHN SMART, CHARLINE SMITH, FRANK SORRELS, ' , 'M5NCES SULLIVAN, AN . 'QL 4 .lg ,J is ,T il 1, - 5 ' E f .wg -. I 3 I4 . ,"glf g.' ip g f -'1.'. l 11229 'll3gl'Pu -1- '55 '. .1 lf: ffl- fa l E 1' . . ffi Jw 4.5lil1'lVle A QSM ' w,Z42ef,.?'2?W 4 .ijf iw 'V :mln fi S' aqfgfff abn M - eihaggw . , T, il,-.N :iii - - 3 w my .IM T wi- ls'- , Q . ' " 2 5 ,3 lf Q 20 ? . jfM,,f Hf6l?1iR59l :Elini fps, . 'g54'5ai'4'4"""Snwf-i--:1..v.1.a...,..7?'a'C4?L41V4if' j' 4P7v:- '-,, M, A V A fee, ' , 1 V B R g,?:3Qxw,7 ,Wu M Y WN A' T MARY WA fw , Q. Y ,sf 11 E . .... Q. .3 . 'egg ,W .V if , S20 4 .35 K, F , Q 'S ,Q fa 9 Q ii, 2 fr' es.. W We KX'-M11 ffpgg M5 ,Y T., Q: ww , . 3 99 .2 ' .f Q if A J, 5 4 ., ,Q We N 1 l , 5 .135 W f. +55 ff' A , f, ,,,. ew fm we X , f be 1 my 1 aff ,-A W , . ,, 6 ' , - 2 1 MW' Z ,.,. , 4 Jn- 132523571 'TfL"jIf,L25..f2J3' lHl The Tri-DelT Barnwarmin' TloaT, Ayres l-lall, ancl an ecliTor's error Tor puTTing iT in This secTion . . . Dream girl Faye, buT who is The aTTracTion? . . . George Coors a-Trucking on clown . . . Prom Manager Snipes, Tresh from a prom clown The library prom wiTh McCreacly . . . The packed Y Grill noT so packed . . . Look aT The sophomores on The bench . . . lclenTiTy unknown . . . Becky ancl Polly, iusT a couple of Army widows . . . AclolescenT B. M. O. C. FreTz on his way To publish The O. and W .... Seniors and Freshmen, buT no Sophomores, anoTher ecliTor's error . . . Bill Skaggs . . . STan ancl Roclcly aT The Sig Alph house . . . Bill and Helen D- . . . Legs, legs, and you can'T fool us . . . We give up: Tell us who iT is . . . Vic wearing a Drugs on his heacl. ,,f - TffT'3'?! UPHUMHHT MHSS GID FRYER, President WALTER GENTRY, Vice-President BETTY PAXTON, Secrefary H431 T?.'1tR1Ilh?Bh'!s-'L1 'f".E1hT.L -Tx ' if -1. 1-:r'3.il1:niL'fa.-si'-mr 'imc' 3 ---'Hn' ' ' 1' " ' Tl""l' IHI IIIISI R 0 W o 0 MARJORIE Anson, CHESTER ALLEN, JAMES ALLEN, TOM ALLEN, WILLIAM ALLEN, MILDRED ANDERSON, WILLIAM ANDREWS, LILA JANE ARMSTRONG.. ISABEL SASHE' H , HENRY Ausrm, J5.Ng,,.slgx1,Lev, ,'ANN', emzagagru VBAKER, . Y'lf'ePTl5RQ 55R'NF5-,iW9'RY 13 EESON-A , Q. I ,illl'5'l95lT5' IEITTIF EQCI-f+YT'O.N S 50'-I NGVERQ f gf'- '5p3f5N Nl.lE5liERAD5HAW3f.l'W4R0 LDA! RQWVY1' QMTN AVS ,'fEQ, 2 f I rf' R 1 4? , araegmevlleyslasulnussxrsfnuLgf,qumueRfg.,1 L ,-3,1flfl?Il?'?555f5?"5lSlF3l'lETTQ,-Q 5lfW3l?lETTv 1' if 5 . I N3-WUSYYRFEL ,IST , , ,,QQl:ifllEPYERS:'1if.HEL'Erin5cH1.lLDs, Quoworuco M .q,f2,,f,,fV,,V,5 ,g ,L f .5 .V ,yy ' f9,l.9iRP.lPS'fQQ A' 1 0 MARJORIE ABBOTT, Elowah. 0 CHESTER ALLEN, Memphis. 0 JAMES ALLEN, Kingsfon. 0 TOM ALLEN, Memphis, Delia Tau Delia. 0 WILLIAM ALLEN, Kingsfon. 0 MILDRED ANDERSON, LaGrange. 0 WILLIAM ANDREWS, Memphis. 0 LILA JANE ARMSTRONG, Knoxville, Delia Zeia. O ISABEL ASHE, Knoxville, Chi Omega. I HENRY AUSTIN, Sweeiwaler, Sigma Chi. 0 JANE BAILEY, Marion, Alabama. O ANN ELIZABETH BAKER, Bolivar, Alpha Omicron Pi. 0 WALTER BARNES, Sherwood. 0 MARY BEESON, Wauchula, Florida. 0 JUANITA BITTLE, Founiain Ciiy, Phi Mu. 0 CLAYTON BOLINGER, Knoxville. 0 JENNIE BRADSHAW, Townsend. O HAROLD BROWN, Knoxville. 0 HELEN BULAND, Si. Pefersburg, Florida, Alpha Delia Pi. 0 GENEVIEVE BURNETTE, Knox- ville. O LULA BUTLER, Cleveland. 0 THERESSA BRICHETTO, Knoxville. 0 HARRIETT CALDWELL, Knoxville, Delia Delia Delia. 0 HARRIET CHAPIN, Greenville. 0 ROSWELL CHILDERS, Knoxville, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 0 HELEN CHILDS, Sf. Peiersburg, Florida, Chi Omega. 0 HONORICO CIORDIA, Vega Baia, Puerto Rico H441 SE H , ' ' F"z'i""'M', mf' -pijffgi if, ' ' .1 :f1"i:" fr' . 75 ' 4 A ,. 3,512 -Y nn -,,. . - -.1,m.... ...HL H, ........,,......3f5,,-,-eezfget-.Orff.,--1ffa....-...., ..-W ----if- 4.1 ,kzei-E..-J,-.. :F--,gee-, -Taazagee-E-:e.:J: 7 -L .if-1: -:..-,... . .rn-.... IIPHIIIVIIIIII IIIASS 0 HELEN CONGER, Miami, Florida, Delia Zefa. 0 EDITH CRISMAN, Chaffanoogag Zeia Tau Alpha. 0 LOUISE CHANCE, Greeneville. 0 HELEN DARST, Knoxville, Chi Omega. O ANNA JEAN DAVIS, Harrimang Kappa Delia. 0 JULIAN DAVIS, Quincy, Florida. 0 VIRGINIA DeFORD, Knoxville. 0 WILLIAM DONALDSON, Morristown. 0 BETSY DRYDEN, Eagleville. IIIISI H 0 W o o HELEN CONGER, EDITH CRISMAN, LOUISE CHANCE, HELEN DARST, ANNA JEAN DAVIS, ,fm 2 ali? ,. ., DeFORD. DRYDEN o RUTH DUNCAN, Tollioa Plains. o ANN ETHEREDGE, Town Craak, Alabama. o DORIS EvANs, Brownsville. o MARGARET EVERETT, Challanooga. o PEGGY EBERLY, I., .- ff,Q fam Mo ya, A ooo... ,-,, ow, .,.. aa, ,,,,, a MWA Knoxville. Q BETTY Jo FRASER, Forl' Lauderdale, Florida: Kappa Delia. Q EUGENE FRETZ, JR., Knoxville: Phi Gamma Delia. 0 GID FRYER, Gooclleifsvilleg Kappa Alpha. 0 fk-' W - M' i-' i .' :if!wwf'2imvffAn2.G JG . ERASHXTEUGENEWFREIZ ani MARY KATE GARTH. Athens, Alabama. if ii E211 an , ff :Wf him? 2 A ' A o WALTER GENTRY, Knoxville: Delia Tau Delia. 0 WILLIAM GIST, Sparfa. o PAULlNE -- ,N - . l W iii? 5 GIVENS, Louis, Mississippi, Delia Zefa. 0 MARY JO HALBROOK, Dickson. 0 JOHN A U ,WE HAENER, Mampniog Sigma Phi Epsilon. Q NELSON HARRIS, Middlaaboro, lcanluokyg Phi Gamma JO . . . , Delia. 0 CHRISTINE HARVEY, Knoxville. 0 MARGARET HAYNES, TIPIOTIVIIIE, Della Delia HARRIS' Delia. I PHIL HEPFEL, Memphis: Sigma Alpha Epsilon... F1451 ...aa a aaa .au oilao 1, ,ia we ,, -543' ' an QZ3lffiE5,'.T.fff2E1Qiig1N.v HAYN ES, IHI fm- -me -..,,..,,,, IIIISI R 0 0 0 CHARLES HERD, JOHNSON, Knoxville. 0 ALMA JORDAN, Knoxville. 0 JAMES KERR, Knoxville, Phi JULIA HINTON, NANCY HORNER, MARY MOORE HUDSON JoHNsoN, ALMA J KILLEBREW 0 CHARLES HERD, Sparfa. 0 JULIA HINTON, Clarksville. 0 NANCY HORNER, Mor- ristown, Alpha Omicron Pi. 0 MARY MOORE HUDSON, Knoxville. 0 MARGARET Gamma Della. 0 META KILLEBREW, Clarksville, Kappa Della. O VICTOR KLEIN, Knox- ville, Phi Gamma Della. 0 GEORGE LANE, Memphis, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 0 PAUL MATTE, JR., Knoxville, Kappa Sigma. 0 THOMAS MAYO, Knoxville, Della l'au Della. 0 JEAN MARY MCNEIL, Kingsporf. 0 WILLIAM MEEK, Birmingham, Alabama. 0 F. W. MILES, Murfreesboro, Kappa Alpha. I ROBERT MITCHELL, Knoxville, Alpha Tau Omega. 0 INA MYERS, Greeneville. 0 BARBARA NEWMAN, Knoxville, Kappa,DelI'a. 0 THOMAS NICHOLSON, Knoxville, Sigma Phi Epsilon. 0 WILLIAM OHMAN, Memphis, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 0 ROBERT OKEY, Knoxville, Sigma Chi. 0 CHARLES OTTINGER, Newporf TOMMY PASCHALL Rldgely FRANK PATTERSON Trenton B T'l'Y PAXTON Knoxville Alpha Omlcron P DAVID PHILLIPS Sale Creek ROSEMARY PIPKIN Knoxville lQ145fI SIIPHII lllli IIIIISS 0 HILDA PLYLEY, Vonore, Phi Mu. 0 JUANITA PURYEAR, Dumas, Arkansas. 0 ROBERT RATTON, Paragould, Arkansas. 0 BARBARA REAGAN, Knoxville, Alpha Della Pi. 0 TOMMY REAVES, Greeneville, Phi Gamma Delia. 0 EVELYN REEVES, Salinas, California Alpha Omicron Pi. 0 EDITH MAE SHARP, Cumberland Gap. 0 RITTER SLAUGHTER, Fordlown, Lambda Chi Alpha. 0 ISABEL SMITH, Kingsporf, O FRANKIE SNOW, Charlesion, Missouri, Kappa Della. 0 CLARKE STAMPER, Ocoee. 0 EDITH SUMNERS, Ridgely, Alpha Omicron Pi. 0 MARTHA SUTTON, Johnson Ciiy. 0 HALL TACKET, Jackson, Mississippi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 0 EMERSON TANNER, Union City, Alpha Tau Omega. 0 BARBARA THOMAS, Bearden, Chi Omega. 0 S. H. TINSLEY, JR., Knoxville, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 0 FRANCES TUCKER, Knoxville, Alpha Omicron Pi. 0 ROBERT TURNBULL, Chaffanooga. 0 SARA WADE, Trenion, Alpha Omicron Pi. 0 MERRILL WHITE, Knoxville, Phi Gamma Della. O WILLODEEN WILBORN, Memphis, Kappa Delia. 0 MADOLYN WILKERSON, Challanooga, Alpha Omicron Pi. O SAMUEL WILKER- SON, JR., Calderwood. 0 ALAIRE WILKINS, Ponchaioula, Louisiana. 0 SHERMAN WOOD, Knoxville. 0 MARY WRIGHT, Knoxville, Phi Mu. I:l47fI IIHSI IIIIW JUANITA BARBARA 0 0 HILDA PLYLEY, PURYEAR, ROBERT RATTON, REAGAN, TOMMY REAVES, EVELYN REEVES, EDITH MAE SHARP, SLAUGHTER ISABEL SMITH W 1,1 ., ,.. , ., A 64 al w-W Il A' vw Q Q as 1 vw? X fVhiiEj?'?f n 'A0,5 W Q L . iff' me ' .2 .,b'wffM? WE? X ,N if .ii'. i 2 Www Q gln , f 'Zvi A as P25 ' Yagi 3, Qt? 'W ' A2 '6 XV 5 . 42 :N C S44 M' 1 L I f f az? 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Virginia, fhe lilile sislrer . . . Reba weighing in ai fhe Derby . . . Charlie Baird, obviously a freshman . . . lvlargaref Phillips, and she gels a big hand from all . . . Dol Moore, Jrhe hi' lcid . . . Freezing freshmen abouf ro finish 'rhe iighi for favor . . . Excuse us, please, we can'+ srand il' . . . H Barbara, a True beauly, and lhe lovable Sweelhearf, Frankie. HHSHMHN HHSS MIKE CAPANEAR, Secrefary H491 WILLIAM CLOTWORTHY, President HAL WATKI NS, Treasurer IHI IIIISI R U W 0 0 FRANCES ADKINS, THYRZA A. ALLEN, MARGARET ANZ, ROSALIND ARNOLD HELEN. M. ASHE THOMAS ASHE, , ' RALEIGH BAQONI, Q, , II ll AAfR I A . I " fl I L"LLR 1 ft-'if' Q7.f.,Qf..'i 'Ti' ii7,1fflfl7'N " fi '.A' B -. ..TQ.1., mio Lewis 0 FRANCES ADKINS, Allanla, Georgia, Phi Mu. O THYRZA A. ALLEN, Al'Ianl'a, Georgia, Phi Mu. MARGARET ANZ, Challanooga. 0 ROSALIND ARNOLD, Knoxville, Chi Omega. 0 HELEN M. ASHE, Knoxville. 0 THOMAS ASHE, Brooklyn, New York. 0 FRANK AUSTIN, Greeneville, Phi Gamma Della. 0 RALEIGH BACON, Knoxville, Sigma Nu. 4 0 JEANNE BARLOW, Johnson Oily. O J. B. BEASLEY, Franklin. 0 MARGARETE ELIZABETH BELATE, Memphis. 0 RUTH BEYER, Waverly. 0 VIRGINIA BIBB, Knoxville, Chi Omega. 0 WILLIAM R. BOBO, Challanooga. 0 JOHN BOLINGER, Knoxville. O U SAM D. BOLT, Knoxville. 0 RICHARD H. BOWEN, Knoxville, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 0 MARGIE BOWMAN, Harriman, Phi Mu. 0 JOHN E. BRIDGES, Carlersville, Georgia, Kappa Sigma. 0 JOHN R. BROOKS, Challanooga. 0 GEORGE S. BROWN, Hampfon, Lambda Chi Alpha. 0 JAMES BRYAN, Memphis, Kappa Sigma. 0 MIKE BUCHANAN, Memphis, Pi Kappa Alpha. 0 LEWIS G. BURNETTE, Nashville, Pi Kappa Phi. Ifl50fI .Yi-1 llllSHNlll lllllSS l 0 RINDA BURNETTE, Knoxville, Della Della Delia. 0 GEORGE CALHOUN, Covinglon, Kappa Sigma. 0 EDWARD CAMPBELL, Chailanooga. 0 VIRGINIA C. CAMPBELL, Knox- ville, HENRIETTA CANTERBURY, Knoxville, Kappa Della. 0 MARY CANTRELL, Pine Oak, Florida. 0 MICHAEL CAPANEAR, Belleville, New Jersey, Della Sigma Phi. 0 JUNE CARR, Knoxville' Alpha Delia Pi. 0 MARTHA C. CARROLL, Fayeflevilleg Phi Mu. 0 4 G L. CARTER, JR., Morrisfown 0 MILDRED CARTER, Memphis, Zela Tau Alpha. 0 FRANCES CATES, Knoxville. 0 VIVIAN CATES, Knoxville. 0 QORIS CARTHRON, Knoxville, Della Zela. 0 EVELYTH CHANDLER, Tallahassee, Florida. 0 ROSALIND CLAIBORNE, Knoxville. 0 KATHERINE CLANCY, Knoxville. O MARY CLANCY, Knoxville. 0 CAROLINE CLEMENS, Knoxville, Chi Omega. 0 SARAH CLEMENTS, Knoxville, Della Della Delia. 0 WILLIAM CLOTWORTHY, JR., Knoxville, Phi Gamma Della. 0 RUTH COLLINS, Hillvale, Alpha Omicron Pi. 0 MARY J. COOK, Knoxville, Sigma Kappa. 0 MARGARET CRADDOCK, Memphis: Chi Omega Ifl5lfI llllSl HllW 0 O RINDA BURNETTE, GEORGE CALHOUN, EDWARD CAMPBELL, VIRGINIA C. CAMPBELL, MARY J. CANTERBURY, MARY CANTRELL CAPANEAR, JUNE CARR gi--fy IHI ,H I 4U .L., Jef , , 0-,, , ,mir IIIISI R 0 W Q o EDITH CRAIG, EVELYN CRAIGUE, PATRICIA CRONIN, AUDREY CROWDER, ROBERT CRUISHANK, DOROTHY A. CRU'MRLER7VER.LENE CUNNINGHAMQIENANCY JEAIN,fCuRRy, I, x 1 - ,f -f , r R' I S IA R ll R A I All , JEAN DAIL. JOHN BMISf1iAffII2eN.+fIbAIIsY..fADERRQIHY ,.I, ff Ql?AYI5.I GEQIRGE ,D ENMIAINI JANE DJCKS: , I,I. . I .. , ,, I , airing'-a.l.w'Ifi iaMil3Yf'IA.N.51 P9.NA f .1I.RIE'TI5,1EQMQI-iN,Q5"i'f.g' br. ..,,,,V,,-. , 3. -I 43, , , ,A x, III "xl-',f.x,f.qf! ma -rm' If -fp' :'- A affifw 1 V R 1 efavwf wg: ' ' W 102' 5, ,, ., ,, -Wy, M, I L., -i . ,, , ,- . KM, If V w 5234- , ,,,-, ' , ,gf of ,Io .,,g3.l7iARL,ES?fELL,I'S,,, . 1LQU.Isr-sRwfN- EY4FID35.IaG?RfPFlPF g.f.E9ISl!4i452I9AfL2ir93VY POW'-ER O EDITH CRAIG-, Knoxville, Chi Omega. O EVELYN CRAIGUE, San German Orienfe, Cuba. 0 PATRICIA CRONIN, Knoxville. 0 AUDREY CROWDER, Gainesboro. 0 ROBERT CRUISHANK, Curwensville, Pennsylvania. 0 DOROTHY A, CRUMPLER, Dyersburgg Della Della Della. 0 VERLENE CUNNINGHAM, Obion. 0 NANCY JEAN CURRY, Knoxville, Alpha Omicron Pi. 0 JEAN DAIL, Winlerville, Norlh Carolina, Kappa Della. 0 JOHN DAIL, Brislol. O KATHLEEN DAILEY, Gadsden, Alabama. 0 DOROTHY DAVIS, Lewisburg, Virginia. 0 GEORGE DENMAN, Copperhill. 0 JANE DICKS, Challanoogag Alpha Omicron PI. 0 MARY JANE DONAGHY, Knoxville. 0 IRENE EDMUNDS, Knoxville, Alpha Omicron Pi. 0 CHARLES ELLIS, Garden Cily, New York, Della Tau Della. 0 FRANK EMERSON, Knox' ville, Sigma Chi. 0 MARY LOUISE ERWIN, Bulls Gap, Sigma Kappa. 0 MARY ELIZABETH EVARD, Knoxville, Phi Mu. 0 GERTRUDE EWELL, Knoxville, Alpha Omicron Pi. 0 FRANKIE FONDE, Knoxville, Chi Omega. 0 HAMILTON FORMAN, Lauderdale, Florida, Kappa Sigma. 0 BETTY FOWLER, Knoxville: Chi Omega. l152i Rang IIIIZSHNIII IIIIISS O ANNA RHEA FOWLKES, Waverly. 0 KENNETH ROBERT FRANCIS, Knoxville. Q BETTY JANE FREEMAN, Knoxville, Kappa Della. 0 BETTIE RUBY FREEMAN, Pikeville. 0 ROCHELLE FULBRIGHT, Cleveland. 0 MARY FRANCES FULTS, Tracy Oily. 0 ELIZABETH REBECCA GABRIEL, Waynesboro, Virginia, Alpha Omicron Pi. 9 MARION GERNT, Allardl, Kappa Della. 0 ROBERT FLOYD GILBREATH, Pulaski. 0 DOROTHY RUTH GOOD, Knoxville. 0 JACQUELINE C. GOODRICH, Memphis, Alpha Della Pi. 0 EMILY GRANGER, Knoxville, Alpha Omicron Pi. 0 ANNE E. GREEN, Knoxville. 0 MURRAY S. GROSS, Appalachia, Virginia. O DOROTHY HALE, Kingsporl, Zela Tau Alpha. 0 LILLIAN ANN HAMPTON, Knoxville. 0 MARGARET HARRISON, Winchesler. 0 F. SEYMOUR HENCK, Knoxville, Kappa Sigma. 0 ELIZABETH HERRINGTON, Knoxville, Alpha Della Pi. 0 LUCILLE HIGHBAUGH, Founlain City. 0 GEORGE HINES, Knoxville. 0 ELIZABETH SUE HOOKER, Memphis, Alpha Omi- cron Pi. 0 GRACE HORTON, Knoxville. 0 JAMES HORTON, Afhens, Alabama, Phi Gamma Della. H531 IIIISI H 0 W 0 0 ANNA R. FOWLKES, KENNETH R. FRANCIS, BETTY JANE FREEMAN, BETTIE RUBY FREEMAN, MARY FRANCES FU r if f K Amie , 1 fill f 1 ' 'r M' -wa ? fylfll., . ,,5w4,,,...Yz+.x .V vi., , W QVQW, J, ,I , ff, Kl,?,,,W! xg55QMyQfIfg,:'A.QmWg.y24w,,.,ff...M.0f,.W..,,,l Q95 - fff M - M I l .,,,., W . mv-4 '. .X jgeygsf 5 M3:7?'Q1Q? ' P43 ' " E ffm ?"""-we .v www.: N.. .. 1.-Q ,S ,. '1 - V-zv,.,,g ,. A f mf' Mm 'H . we i Paige , gm. ,..,,.f4 aw ,mx ' I we 4 ,f X- 'ff we 414 79 .dw iayfgf "" ti' J it , , A. '-me H A R R ' 5 ,, ww wjgiv .gawk 'gg 1' 'wig px., g.:,mfqQ'i2f, 2-:vw , 'ifzw mv' GEORGE GRACE HO is-zfdlnnnifag-1,...aw-1:-'I :umm IHI IIIISI R U W e Q HAROLD HOWREN, Ross EDNA JENKINS, WANDA RUTH JOHNSON, WILLIAM JeQ4gl,ESl,l:ELOYD .f-'S-A -'wi .Xian 1 mx-NASA f' 4'1"f I ai' ' VF'-,., KEFAUVER. KEISLI Ne, Horgigfl .gi f Ax ,Z I if. , Ea3 'fffQ 597f'.3?37:f:f" E C 49 sf - -. . 1.1 .4 ,1 , Wg f ' I 5 E Z Q . Thwii' EJ 'lbw IQ L '?jf5 5 l QM if ,, -H' 3 , , fi ww ' f., ' ip II' fill Ia" f via , gexjarga Jg m u 'QQ a A A - . . 1 6 . 5 YW . is," ' f- M. fl" E.. A iaw-ww, MJ m ix iffff 'i'i'i'i'3aQW"" f i msww -fM3....S. A..:.. D0 BEN M 'Ii 0 HAROLD HOWREN, Youngsfown, Ohio. 0 ROSE EDNA JENKINS, Soddy. 0 WANDA RUTH JOHNSON, Founfain Cily. 0 WILLIAM JONES, Springfield, Phi Sigma Kappa. 0 JOYCE KALINA, New Gardens, New York. 0 FLOYD KEFAUVER, Knoxville. 0 JAMES KEISLING, Knoxville, Pi Kappa Alpha. 0 HORACE KIMBROUGH, Knoxville. 0 CHARLOTTE KINCAID, Knoxville, Alpha Omicron Pi. 0 MARY KIRBY, Knoxville, Kappa Della. 0 RICHARD KOELLA, Rockford, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 0 JEWELL LADY, Knoxville: .Chi Omega. 0 SARAH LEHARDY, Knoxville, Zela Tau Alpha. 0 WILLIAM LEFFLER, Memphis, Kappa Alpha. 0 ELSIE LIVELY, Knoxville. 0 EDWARD LOCKETT, Knoxville: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 0 JOHN LUNDY, Knoxville, Sigma Phi Epsilon. 0 DOROTHY LYNN, Knoxville, Sigma Kappa. I HOLT B. MADDUX, Memphis. 0 EMILY MANN, Knoxville. 0 THOMAS MANN, Brownsville: Alpha Tau Omega. O DOROTHY MARTIN, Chaflanooga. 0 ALICE MATHER, Knoxville. 0 BEN MAYBERRY, Nashville. H541 IIIISHIVIA CIASS O JOHN MCCALLIE, Knoxville, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 0 LIBBY MCEWEN, Nashville, Alpha Omicron Pi. 0 BETTY MCGEHEE, Decalur, Alabama. O RICHARD MILLER, Johnson Cify, Phi Gamma Della. 0 LOUISE MOLLESON, Hhaca, New York, Phi Mu. O BEN MOORE, Knoxville, Phi Gamma Della. 0 CHARLES MOORE, Knoxville. 0 DOROTHY MOORE, Knoxville, Alpha Omicrcn Pi. 0 CHARLES MYERS, Bryson Oily, Norlh Carolina. 0 NORTON MYERS, Bryson Cily, Norlh Carolina. 0 ANN NEIL, Knoxville, Alpha Delia Pi O CHARLOTTE OAKLEY, Knoxville. 0 CHARLES OGLES, Befhpage, Kappa Alpha. 0 KATHERINE ORR, Memphis. 0 JANICE OST, Knoxville, Kappa Della. O BERMA OVERBY, Washingfon, Disfrici of Columbia. I ISABEL PARDUE, Gallaling Alpha Omicron Pi. I SARAH PARKER, Shelbyville. O HELEN PETTY, Knoxville, Phi Mu. I MARGARET FHILLIPS, Knoxville, Della Della Della. 0 THOMAS PHILLIPS, Morristown, New Jersey, Sigma Chi. 0 BETTY PICKNELL, Knoxville, Alpha Della Pi 0 LLOYD PILKINGTON, Nashville, 0 THOMAS POMEROY, Memphis. H551 M. if w f fiE:Rffo,, 4 I e i IIIISI H 0 W Q 0 Jon-IN McCALLlE, LIBBY MCEWEN, aerrv MCGEHEE, RICHARD MILLER, LOUISE MOLLESON, A,B,EQ.bMOORE, CHARLES MOORE, Q QQQIQIY MOORE T 51? R2 - ,. if . . .-af W :?'fSQ5,w,, ., 311 ,, if gm gg 22 QR R -- gf if gy I was mg "gag X, -1 i f . - ,A , N. ,WM .91 ,Rx .ewpshggn-f :fur A , S 5, Q xg acyl lggffilfg 5334520 ig Zee - - zz- A . L.. . . ,, , . , T ,W . M. wif. li Q.. h gs? fr. ,-S ' 4 --1'-f 7 swf- m,u4L'fw'm, ,v5,.M-vigrx: '. ' ' L- ,W , . R W fswgfgl y 1- J- .wig-'4aQ.:q,,g, Rm .- I , Rf A 2321 , 251 1 . , 'Mfg 1. swf, R,--:RA 'V -,av.:,g5ZRmz'5,,,Ms14., .Rr ' - ,R ,wa 5A,Q6eQ,a '33f:-W,fw:1'f'- 1 jg fa , my Uffffewyygx War i R -ff, Rv f A 5 - :af R I fn? ,ew V ,ig ' gmwsf ,QW vzfliqiiif f - 1 I V,-.vfw A ,V WW.. ego.. L M ', ' Q w ,:f.f'LL.?-,jvw P4244 :L-,. y 2!iiQ5'fZ MW" ,.f.MM yawn fg,.,w,,,-w,LvRg4w '- W .hw WRMN, ZW, ,, ., . .,.,g'a- .V ? ,,f, i f f fs? R2 9' 'A3": -1 We 4 W il?r"R,4 R :Yi L ,QW M .N I Y -1, .W gf. 1 -2' ff XZ ..,.. , if A 2? , x 3' L lf' , f l l 6 4 1 4 I if W 1 R234 ,f , , ff 49 R 7 ll , W ,ff 5 2, cf ' ii 4 .K f. 2 MW' ,, , .2 half.,-. mg A-,ef , R. 1 , . , on ,.,l. l M, -, Raw .. 9 f , , ffgiwvi H45 Qvzl-,Viv-r if 5 1: :I X ' 4 'Q Ja l , , 1 - WL' rl-loMAs Illl lv-M? IIIIST R ll W 0 0 WILSON POWERS, EDWARD PRIEST, MARY PRYOR, MARA E. PURCELL, ELEANOR PUTNAM, EDWIN QUINN, THOMAS ROBERTS, JANE ROGERS ' w7'T-lfaxi!Z?" 'zf . ll.'w--?".lE1'3T!fI'?'f' V. if 5-.1-fgigalf-, K I' 1 'Q -Jlfilg. I' ' 1 If"i6f2l.Ef'ZCi , wal. J I fp-,l l 141112. W . ll a' 1 tl l l... Y e A 0 WILSON POWERS, Knoxville, Sigma Chi. 0 EDWARD PRIEST, Hunfingdong Sigma Chi. 0 MARY PRYOR, Sequalchieg Phi Mu. 0 MARA E. PURCELL, Kingsporig Zeta Tau Alpha. O ELEANOR PUTNAM, Andrews, Norfh Carolina. 0 EDWIN OUINN, Memphis, Pi Kappa Alpha. 0 THOMAS ROBERTS, Knoxville. 0 JANE ROGERS, Knoxville, Phi Mu. I G-WENDOLYN ROULHAC, Memphis. O WILIIAM RUFFIN, JR., COVIDQIOFIQ Kappa Sigma. R o JACK RUGGLES, eleweh. 0 MARY Lou sAwYeR, Lynchburg, Phi Mn. Q MARY SEARS, Silver Cify, New Mexico. 0 DOROTHY SHEDD, Knoxville, Phi Mn. Q WILLIAM .X SIGMAN, Dyersburq. o DOROTHY SISK, Knoxvilleg Della Della Della. " ffe 0 THOMAS SLEDGE, Memphis. 0 BOBBIE SMITH, Knoxville, Kappa Delia. 0 ROBERT SMITH, Knoxville, Kappa slgnne. 0 SPENCER SMITH, Challanooga. Q CHRISTINE SPARR, Y' if ' j Mernplne. 0 GERAIDINE STROH, Townsend. Q ANN STROMQUIST, cllellnnoogeg Alpha CAROLYN Omlcron Pi. 0 CAROLYN SUTHERLAND, Knoxville, Della Delia Della. l156T IIIISHIIIA IIIIISS 0 JIM TAYLOR, JR., Mason, Kappa Sigma. 0 LAURA THATCHER, Soddy. O WALTER VENABLE, Chesler, Virginia. 0 BILLIE WALKER, Milan. 0 A. H. WATKINS, Chaffanoogag Lambda Chi Alpha. 0 DORIS WATTS, Knoxville, Alpha Della Pi. 0 MARTHA WEBSTER, Knoxville, Della Della Della. 0 A ROBERT WEEMS, Greenville. 0 MARTY WHALEY, Knoxville, Chi Omega. 0 ROBERT WHITE, Greeneville. 0 ROWLAND WIDENER, Fountain Cify. 0 EDITH WILLIAMS, Knox- ville: Kappa Della. 0 ANNABELLE WINGO, Sfuflgarf, Arkansas, Sigma Kappa. 0 JAMES WOLFKIEL, JR., Knoxville. 0 ADELE WOOD, Knoxville, Chi Omega. O BUDDY WOOD, Mounl Vernon, Ill., Sigma Nu. 0 EVELYN WRIGHT, Knoxville, Zefa Tau Alpha. 0 JACK WRIGHT, Medina, Alpha Tau Omega. 0 JEAN WYRICK, Corrylon, Phi Mu. 0 EDWARD YOUNG, Vicloria. Q JAMES YOUNG, Cranfordsville, Arkansas: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. I 1571 IIIISI IIW R Q Q JIM TAYLOR, JR., LAURA THATCHER, WALTER VENABLE, WATKINS, DORIS R B I L Ll E ' .9 ,,,M,. ,.,.. .A -- 24 A , 2 I 5' 1 fn. .593 : lm ff-f -. . I B J 5,2 l f- -9 ' '- IJ: ' fi if f ,ww ' "GP -S M 'M 5. Ai ea aailggggma. J , "'A' 'fciiii' I .72 " 4 f ...yi V ag? .JAM ,, vvl wwnf wa. . W A . gg i ., A W 3 Qgffkaif kitti es, . ,IJ A - be .Q 2 if W? i ,, ..,,., .af 525 ,,A.e 1, , ' ' wwf W Q.. 4? " I ' L , 'Aw iv M A," 1. l:'29.w'2,'-- 4- :- ' 1.-ENN' 'W' . N , , if -' -.L ' I free. BUDDY JACK wm ' ' ' fi YouNe, JAM es 1, xi:-Us 'X N Nw 1 xx- .XX if QM xxx - 'X V ,fm N , i ,X V NVE b5QN?'mn , XR R I XE Q2 E 'XX xy, L, LN ' ' N 1 1 X KT? g,4fli"f5Ns w ,, K, Yv, - lv' X 4 fl, A X Exit, KA If A ? I XY fl X Inq? I , KA Jf' . ,J f fu 3 1' lx, 4- ,Lf 1 'N ,if Q, ,f' f. 1 1 f 5 x ,f 1 ,V I, if 1 'Q X, X, L, K, 7 .XJ ' ,fr Q! !, ff X If A julig V I , ' .' 3 T7 XX I gl! "1 4 1 1 wk. Aj 1' Lf' 1 I , , l, 'lr KJ Y Major Neyland, Miss Callaway, Dr, C. P. WhiTe, PresidenT Hoskins, Dr. L. R. Hesler, Dean N. W. DougherTy, NorberT Ackerman DEAN N. W. DOUGHERTY . . . . Chairman of Board FACULTY PresidenT James D, l-loslcins Dean L. R. l-lesler Dean Fred C. SmiTh Prof. C, P. Whife ALUMNI WillisTon M. Cox ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT Maior R, R. Neyland STUDENTS NorberT Ackerman Michael BaliTsaris The AThleTic AssociaTion oT The UniversiTy is a maior uniT OT The universiTy, and iTs imporTance should noT in any way be under- esTimaTed. Talzing The place of The ATT-ileTic Council, The associaTion has developed The program of inTercollegiaTe sporTs inTo a well- rqunded and diversiTied calendar, and has broughT The universiTy naTional recogniTion Through iTs excellenT developmenT of The maior sporTs. In sTrucTure The board is similar To The old Council, as iT is composed of represenTaTives of The alumni, TaculTy, aThleTic deparT- menT, and sTudenT body, and iTs purpose remains The esTablishmenT and supervision of all aThleTic policies oT The universiTy, including The expendiTures Tor improvemenT of aThleTics, The scheduling of l161l 'A' i JACK JOYNER Publicify Direcfor games, The awarding oT leTTers To deserving sTudenTs, and The selec- Tion of coaches and oTher aThleTic aides. PubliciTy oT The UniversiTy aThleTics has been very eTTecTive This year, and was managed by Jack Joyner, PubliciTy DirecTor. Much credir and Thanks go To Jack Tor his unTiring and ceaseless efTorT along This line. Jaclc is probably besT lcnown Tor his Tine announcing aT The TooTball games and baslceTball games, buT his work exTencls inTo many places wherever he can give The UniversiTy iTs due pub- liciTy. f f-VF : X P 1 , A, Y b -... 1 fw,-:M 1 , .Q Q ffli- f ' ,. .1 gm R 'TIN 1 T 1 Z ,M1m.mwf0:+a:,efe, W, -' ' " :J v 1 4 ' Senior Line: Coleman, Shires, Molinski, Ackerman, Sulfridge, Lu'rTrell Cifers The name ol The Tennessee VoIunTeers was perma nenTly engraved in The Hall oT Fame of American TooT ball aT The close of The I9-40 season when The undeTeaTed unTied Vols played in Their Third consecuTive major "bowl' game. Led by ThirTeen senior veTerans, among Them All-Amen ican and All-Conference players galore, The Vols com SIIIIHSSIVE pleTed Their Third undeTeaTed, unTied season by wading Through Ten SouThern opponenTs, and added The Sugar Bowl inviTaTion To Their previous posT-season appearances. ThirTy-Two sTraighT vicTories in scheduled games Tor The Vols, II'-7 won, l4 losT, 8 Tied in I4 years Tor Major Bob, Three sTraighT bowls Tor Tennessee-please page The record man! U MAH lllllll SEASU M HUST Trainer Mickey O'Brien, Bob Foxx Pryor Bacon, Bill LuTTrell, Johnny BuTler, Bob Foxx l:1631 ' ink . 1 , MQNP 0? 1 Iml-I 1 2: lzil E I- Cf: i i 27 1 2: ilu-I Z 2- E EI 5 FE 32 E Z y 4 ,X Bufler 'rrelcing fhrough a big gap in 'che Mercer line as Graves comes up +o lead inferference Bufler makes if over as Foxx and o'I'hers clear 'the pafh of sfraining Bears fii f 5 .N ,, E 2 , Q 9 f 3 65 5? 3 vi 42 'Q SL mmsmnW.www,vwmmm mwwmvwwmekmmmwwmuwpvpmwum n La 11 11 wmf1mw1.mm,,QMw11ey-we-,,Wmv,w.m-wpMW-. N fff, MW. ., ww, , , , . ,,, ,, , , , . , -Capfain Ackerman leads +he Vols oul' +o meef Dulce DUKE WAS EASY Never before had such a widely publicized game come so early in The season. Pre-season dopeslers picked Dulce as "Jrhe Team Jro lineal." Tennessee and Dulce had suspended relalions afler The l937 season for a Jrwo-year pe- riod. ln I938, Dulce was undelealed, unlried, unscored on, and wenl Jro frhe Rose Bowl. ln I939, Tennessee was undefealed, unlied, unscored on, and marched Dul4e's Teal of going To Pasadena. And now The eyes of The nalion 'rurned lo Shields-Wallfins Field lo see whal would happen when "Wade and Neyland clasheclf' ' ll very seldom happens, buf Bill Slern of N. B. C. and Ted Husing of C. B. S. worked The same game Jrhal day-The Dulce-Tennessee game. Harry Grayson, Francis Wallace, and various olher sporls celebrilies were on hand, and lhey saw plenly. fContinued on page 1702 aw Bolrinslci iniercepls a Vol pass, buf was dropped almosf in his fraclrs by Peel and Ackerman fConlinucd from page 1681 Wilh Bobby Foxx playing his lirsl major game since having been shifled from wingback lo Jrailbaclq, The Vols look command of lhe sirualion early in The game, and Dulce never did Jrhrealen seriously. Foxx's pass 'ro AI l'lus'r was good for lhe firsl Jrouchdown, and Foxx personally Deane of Dulce iusi' misses as Coleman closes in plunged Jrhe second one over. Bob Suffridge, Bobby Foxx, and Abe Shires won recog- nilion +ha'r laler broughf 'rhem Allffxmerican honors, and AI l'lus'r and Bill Nowling, lwo sferling sophomores, proved Jrheir worlh. DAVE BARN aWgggi?f , EM EX! 5,2526 K3 -ss? Z s A Av Y ' ..fE:5?Qf+v.s B f ,rf QQ some if 3 M f33fAw W A A 5 f Eu' w?X.5I 1 5 ills? Svc? A U Qfezb. M-W' 'ff-W iam? in fw fx ,. f c '-991 X X NWN Mmise. BARN ETT Husi' scores firsf and Foxx makes ii' iwo. Above: Ackerman calls+he1'oss -,,..., W AL HUST McAF The Moccasins sfop Van Thompson Iusi' shorf of ihe goal-line Again on a sunny Salurclay aflernoon The Vols s+eam- Tune of Jrwo Touchclowns, and if was Ox Newman who rollerecl bowlward loy crushing The Challranooga lvlocca- climaxed Jrouchdown iaunls of Foxx, Andriolqe, Husl, and sins. 53-O. H was Thompson who slarred Jrhis clay To Jrhe Simonefli by roaring clown Jrhe field 60 yards for 'rhe Foxx, wifh power fo spare, 'khrough 'lhe line Builer leaves a pafh of desfruclion s l l Foxx being s?51pped affer a shorf gain final six poinlrs lafe in Hue laslr quarfer The clash was higlwlighlred by a four down goal-line sfand by The Vols. Jun For Orend was Hwe s+ar for U. C. as he sprlnfs over fhe lefi side of Chaifanooga for a fouchdown W L I .M 'xywm1zfAvmwmym,A m 'Wm' 4 Q - mwewzmm mimuwwiw :fy H v7 wxws -nf wc . wma ,vw wf:-:ww , .q. -M gms, 'mx wfQ,.,,: -X4 , . + . 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Coming back in The second halT, The Two Teams ToughT back and TorTh, up and down The Tield, unTil laTe in The Third period when Dave Brown of 'Bama Took a punT away Trom Three Tennessee men and ran iT back 57 yards Tor a T.d. Scoring was sTalemaTed unTil The TourTh period, when The ElephanTs Tried a Tield goal which Warren Took on his zero sTripe and reTurned iT To The 33-yard line. From This poinT on ouT iT was Tennessee's ball game. Warren passed a long one To BaliTsaris Tor a score and The ElephanTs never recovered. Bill Nowling plunges, finds his opening, and makes abouT nine yards P-Y-936 63' 0 xx IK Above: Warren fails 'fo gain. Leff: Warren fries again . BUCHA FERGUSGN The GaTors sTop BuTler ' HUITIIIA HIUISHT-BUT HIST T Following The 'Bama win, The VolunTeers downed The U. T. boys Trom Florida seTTled The problem. ln The Third TighTing 'GaTors oT Florida, I4-O. Crippled Trom The period, Nowling zoomed 57 yards Tor a score and was game oT The week beTore and baTTled by The unorThodox Tollowed in The Tinal quarTer by Warren, who sewed up sysTem oT The 'GaTors. The Vols Tailed To score unTil Two The game. I4-O. Florida's Tommy Harrison hi+s a sTone wall HARRISON Y' 75 A Johnny BuTler sTreaks down The sideline The Tiger's Richardson dicln'T geT Tar on This one NIT For The TirsT Time in The '40 TooTbalI campaign, blonde Bobby Foxx sTarTed The game aT wingback, wiTh Van Thompson aT his TirsT sTarTing assignmenT as Tailbaclc. The Bengal Tigers didn'T have a chance all aTTernoon, wiTh "SuTT" and "Moe" seTTin' 'em up and mowin' 'em down. IT was Through a hole ThaT Bill LuTTrell opened up in The TirsT Tew minuTes OT play ThaT Foxx BARNES roared over Tor The TirsT score oT The game. Seven Times The Vols pushed down The Tield inTo scoring Ter- riTory, and seven Times They Tumbled. AT lasT, laTe in The sec- ond quarTer, The men in Orange pushed The pigskin down To The one-yard line, and Broome dived over Tor six poinTs. The conversion was good. A Tew plays laTer, BuTler Took over and fCon.'inued on page 1822 wi. 04 kfj ff 4 K! .-,: -10' K A .-4M,i , f, 'Wy 292 X ff f wwaf f ,ff I, 'M W ff '4 Aff Y , 7, -'A v w,,iZ722'Q wx 1 x frwg f 2 gay Q4 f M Q, MW 1, X .W of ff JVM GH Il SUIITHWESTER Alllll lf was on Safurday, November 9, fhaf The Volunfeers of Ten- nessee slipped off fo Memphis on fhe Mississippi fo play sfurdy liffle Soufhwesfern. lf had been raining for a week in Memphis and fhe field was wef and slippery as glass, buf fhe Vols operafed wifh fheir cusfomary power and efficiency, rumbling over fhe spirifed liffle feam fo fhe score of 40-O. Thompson, Bufler, Andridge, Warren, Newman, and Mulloy all saw a chance fo score, and each, wifhouf furfher ado, fool: if upon himself fo scamper across fhe goal for six poinfs. Every man on fhe squad saw service, and nof once did Soufhwesfern pass fhe Vols' 40-yard sfripe. Shires, Suffridge, Luffrell, and Ack- ermann all played well. l-lusf, l-lufchison, and Mulloy were sfand- oufs for fhe reserves. Beneafh a dazzling sun on a balmy harvesf affernoon in No- vember, 'rhe fighfing Vols mef fhe gallanf Cavaliers of fhe Uni- versify of Virginia on Shields-Wafkins Field, and proceeded fo drown fhem in fhe rising fide of Volunfeer vicfories by fhe score of 4I-I4. As per expecfafion, if was fhe Vols' affernoon all fhe way. If was charging Bill Nowling who, in fhe firsf few minufes of play, hurfled over for fhe firsf score of fhe game. Then, in IHGINIA ARE VIIITI S rapid succession, if was Thompson on a fake pass over for a f.d., and Warren, by a beaufiful 37-yard run, sef 'rhe ball in posifion for Newman fo score fhree plays lafer for fhe Vols' fhird score of fhe game. ln fhe fhird quarfer, "Ox" Newman refurned fo fhe game fo bull his way over fhe zero line for a score and fhe Vols' fourfh f.d. Lafe in fhaf same quarfer, Swarfzinger sparked an- Bufler cuis away fasf sw- u mymsQxs -. , . Warren cuTs back from The sidelines Tor a gain oTher Vol Touchdown drive and crashed The goal line Tor The TiTTh Tally oT The game. IT was aT This sTage oT The game ThaT "Bounding Bill" Dudley oT The Cavaliers made one oT The greaTesT one- man comebaclcs ThaT Shields-WaTkins has ever seen. Crashing The line Time aTTer Time, Dudley drove his Team 70 yards down The Tield Tor a Virginia score. Tennessee's Bryson and Mulloy Then seT up a Touchdown Tor Broome, who crashed over. The VolunTeers lciclced oTT To Dudley, who ran 87 yards Through The enTire Tennessee Team Tor a Touchdown! This was The TirsT Time This had ever hap- pened againsT a Neyland-coached Team. A Tew plays laTer, when Dudley was iniured and had To be carried oTT The Tield, 30,000 people in The sTands rose and paid him a noisy TribuTel Warren down by a shoesTring in The rain Above: Bufler 'I'o Balifsaris for ihe score. Below: Ken+ucky's Herberf fails +o gain af H1e end Ill Tlllllll lllllll lfllllllll BIITH T ll And iT was The TradiTional Turkey Day rivalry beTween The VolunTeers oT Tennessee and The VVildcaTs oT "KainTuck" ThaT Topped oTT a wonderTul Homecoming program Tor all The men and women oT ole U. T. lT was KenTucky who had knocked The Vols ouT oT Two Rose Bowls in pasT years and everyone expecTed a hard-ToughT baTTle as The day drew closer: and no one was dis- appoinTed. AT The end oT The TirsT quarTer, The score sTood O-O. BoTh Teams had pushed up and down The TurT Time and Time again only To lose The ball as soon as They reached scoring TerriTory. AT lasT, mid-way in The second quarTer, boTh Teams sTarTed a passing duel which has hardly been surpassed anywhere Tor specTacular Thrills and sheer exciTemenT. IT was iusT a Tew minuTes be- Tore The gun aT The halT when Johnny BuTler leT Tly a long, beauTiTul pass way down The Tield To BaliTsaris who, wiThouT missing a sTride, sTepped inTo The air To pull iT down, and was across The goal Tor 6 poinTs. ln The Third period, iT was anoTher long pass down The sward Trom Warren To Coleman Tor The second score oT The game. Sleek Ermal Allen Then sTepped up The CaT's aTTack and iT was noT unTil The Third guarTer ThaT Andridge reversed over Tackle Tor The Third Touchdown oT The day. A Tew plays laTer BuTler again passed To BaliTsaris and again iT was good To The Tune oT 26 yards and anoTher Touchdown. DespiTe all The CaTs could do, Newman inTercepTed a des- peraTe CaT heave in The lasT minuTe oT The game and ran along The sidelines 37 yards Tor a score. The Tollowing week, The Vols played Vandy "There" on a weT, slippery Tield. The Commodores never advanced beyond The 40-yard sTripe. Early in The second guarTer, BuTler seT up a goal line play and Foxx carried The ball over on The nexT down. Vandy never had a chance To come back. On a beauTiTul run in The Third guarTer, "Buzz" Warren ran 35 yards Tor anoTher 6 poinTs Tor The Vols. The climax oT The game came when BuTler Took a Triple laTeral laTe in The lasT period and nonchalanTly galloped across The goal wiTh iT. IT was BuTler's, VVarren's, CiTer's, and SUT- Tridge's game all The way. Moe and SuTT close in on The ball. 1 mwK4wnm1mv,:wAfmnmfw1v.1mw b---N------f-M Chuclcin' Charlie's amazing run ends VoI's hopes Tor vicTory WE G0 T0 TH As The waning minuTes oT The Vandy game rolled around, every person in The sTands, regardless oT school aTTiliaTions, began To realize ThaT Tor The Third consecuTive year The VolunTeers were going To appear in one oT The major bowls. SpeculaTions had The Vols all over The counTry on New Year's Day, buT iusT beTore The closing whisTle newsboys began To pour inTo The sTands wiTh pink exTras and big bold headlines Telling ThaT lvlaior Bob had picked The Sugar Bowl Tor The scene oT The sTruggle Tor naTional honors. WiTh his decision wenT The TirsT "grand- T SUE R BOWl slam" in The hisTory oT American TooTballq ThaT oT a universiTy playing in each oT The Three maior bowls on successive years. The Sugar Bowl classic rolled around and The Vols wenT up againsT one oT The mosT Tormidable Toes They had meT in several years. A BosTon College Team wiTh all To gain began To cliclc in The lasT guarTer and over- came an early lead seT up by The Vols. The TirsT halT was all Tennessee, buT The sTamina oT The Eagles began To Tell and The Tinal whisTle blew wiTh The score I9-I3 in Tavor oT BosTon College. N891 1938 SslHlHIlll Ten nessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Sewanee . Clemson . Auburn . Alabama Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Orange Tennessee Tennessee Opponenls Bowl Ciladel . L. S. U. . . Clwalrlanooga Vanclerloill Kenlucky . Ole Miss . Oklahoma To +l1e leff, 'rop fo boHom: Bob Foxx, Bob Suffrldge Marshall Shires lHl lllll ll CAPTAIN NORBERT ACKERMAN IH H ii l Hll is Climaxing one ol Jrlfie mosjr successful seasons in Jrlie lwislory ol Jrlie Universily, Jrlwe Vols ol lvlaior Neyland mel Olqlalwoma Universily on New Year's Day, I939, in llie Orange Bowl classic al Miami. Unloealen, and umlied, and acclaimed by The wrilers lo be one ol Jrlie grealesl reams in Jrlwe Soullfs loolball liislory, llwe Volunleers displayed a greal offense willi an impregnable defense in downing Jrlie Sooners by a score ol I7-O. Oulweiglied in every posilion lliey Jroolc cliarge from llie lirsl play, and willi Capl. Wyall lurnisliing Jrlwe spark, andfxll,-American George Cal- ego supplying Jrlwe drive, llie Volunleers came our ol Jrlfie game willi a generally conceded na- lional cliampionsliip. I1911 ww lllillli Tennessee . Tennessee Tennessee . Tennessee . Tennessee . Ten nessee , Tennessee . . . Tennessee . . . Tennessee . . . Tennessee .... Rose Bowl: Tennessee .... Og Tennessee Opponenls Norlhu Carolina S'ra+e O Sewanee ..... O Cnarlanooga . . . 0 Alabama . . . O Mercer . . , O L. S. U. . . . O Cilradel . , . . O Vanolerbill . . O Kenluclqy . . . O Auburn . . O Sourlwern California . I4 ........2l2 .14 To The leff, fop +o bo+'rom: Ed Cifers, Bob Andridge, Jim Coleman. Nlll lllll HODGES WEST m.mwzmxmsm i H i ii l l l i The season oT l939 Turnished The Vols wiTh a "dream come True." SomewhaT disaIopoinTed by noT geTTing a Rose Bowl bid in l938, The VolunTeers seT ouT To prove To The TooTball naTion ThaT They were The Team To beaT, and The subseguenT unbeaTen, unTied, and unscored on season, seemed To bear ouT Their asserTions. The bid To The coveTed TournamenT oT Roses classic came and wiTh iT a sTaTe oT delirium ThroughouT EasT Tennessee. l-lowever, ioy was noT desTined To reign Tor long, Tor iniuries began To haunT The Vols Trom The TirsT day oT loracTice Tor The game. CaTego's' bad lcnee goT worse, SuTTridge reiniured his knee, and aT leasT Tour oThers were unTiT when game Time rolled around. A much bigger, and powerTul SouThern Caliicornia rolled over The Vols by a score oT I4-O. II1931 BILL LUTTRELL HHTIIHHH X940 SlHllllIll Tennessee . . . 49: Mercer Tennessee. . . I3: Dulce . . . . Tennessee . . 537 Clialfranooga . Tennessee . . . 275 Alabama . Tennessee. . I4g Florida . Tennessee . . . 283 L. S. U. . . . Tennessee . . . 4I: Soullwwesrern . Tennessee . . . 4Ig Virginia . . . Tennessee . . . 331 Keniuclcy . Tennessee .... 205 Vanolerloil+ . Sugar Bowl: Tennessee .... I3g Bosron College . . Tennessee . ........ . . Opponenls . To Hue leff, fop +o boffom: Ed Molinslci, Niclc W Maxie S+einer .O .O .O .I2 .O .O .O .I4 .O .O . I9 332 45 eber, V s I 1' kv J 'W 1 5 1 me af , 23 W Q, ji V , v-Q, is ' MY , ,, 4,5 4 .LM 1 f 4 , ,M ,ss f ,js s , ff 430 Q , is Q 9. 4 M 'N s, if 1 'L ' w ZA- "M:e1. ff'a- - 5 Q. - .mv ,.,. 4 25 va' 3 2 ' ' M fy B.. .. 1- . .Q - N 5 wg f '3 We V me , 4 v '4 ww 3 sf V444 Ser X is ,f . .ag-,55.,,,, N - 'V t .: 1 .x-.- ' 3' 3' f: fx , , we 4 nw' 4' C ,, Q' A x use . V. S, L .Ks-'T Ns:-f vi wx, , f A 1 N .1 Q Tk 25' ph! 2 sv 5 Q0 BUIST WARREN vw , A bid To Their Third consecuTive maior bowl game came To The Vols aT The close oT The I9-40 season. IT was Their Third successive unbeaTen and unTied season, and This rec- ord, plus The Three bowl games, deTiniTelv placed ThirTeen Senior players among The immorTals oT Tennessee TooTball hisTory. These ThirTeen "Tlaming Sophomores oT I938" closed Their playing careers wiTh The Teel oT Orange, Rose and Sugar Bowl TurT under Their cleaTs. The Sugar Bowl game Trom an unbiased viewpoinT was one oT The mosT Thrilling gridiron baTTles ever waged in The hisTory oT Bowl games. The Vols were gallanT even in deTeaT, losing by a score oT I9-I3. IIHNSTEHTIVT Hllllll .. The Sugar Bowl in New Orleans 4, ..,, I I IIII To fhe Ief'I', firsi' row: Bunzy O'NeiI, Capf. Frank Thomas. Second row: Bernie Mehen, Paul Herman. Third row: Gilberi' Huffman, John Clark I I I I BILL LUTTRELL, MIKE BALITSARIS HHSITTTHHTT STHSHN Tennessee T. P. I. . . Tennessse Emory-Henry Tennessee AusTin Peay Tennessee Marshall . Tennessee Virginia . Tennessee Marshall . Tennes ee Alabama Tennessee KenTucky . Tennessee Miss. STaTe Tennessee Georgia . Tennessee ChaTTanooga Tennessee Auburn . Tennessee Georgia . Tennessee Mississippi Tennessee Alabama Tennessee KenTucky Tennessee VanderbilT Tennessee VanderbilT On December 7, The VolunTeer baskeTballers opened Their season on The home courT in The Alumni Memorial Gymnasium by riding rough- shod over a T. P. I. Team To The score oT 46-27. This was Coach Johnny Mauer's Third season aT U. T., and his sysTem, iT seemed, was beginning To bear TruiT. A week and a halT laTer This predic- Tion gained greaTer supporT when The Mauer-men Took The hard-wood men Trom Emory and l-lenry To The cleaners To The score oT 5I-27. AT no I1971 Time in The game did The Vols relenT, and iT really began To look as if Tennessee had a Team oT championship calibre This year. ReTurning Trom The lapse oT The ChrisTmas holidays, The boys in orange meT AusTin Peay Normal on The home Tloors and once again iT was Their nighT. ATTer running along neck-and- neck Tor The beTTer parT oT The game, The Vols Tinally began To apply The pressure Toward The end, and as The gun was Tired, The score resTed fCon1inuerf on page 1991 ,, , yd , K wx Wa 1 fa as 57:9 t, 73 Aw ,Mx W 'Gr X V f 2 My W. I 'Q . ,VA .X f IAQ, f. 4, -- ,Q It W M i ki? Q X X M 5 .gg X EX i X 1 - , wi -X Q51 kwxa 3 p h T by KenTuclry's Allen - aT 3 I-23. lT was aT This sTage oT The season ThaT experT observers began To realize ThaT The Vols' greaTesT weakness lay in Their noTiceable lack oT reserves. I-lowever, This condiTion was remedied by The addiTion oT The boys on The TooTball Team when They reTurned Trom The Sugar Bowl game a weelc and a halT laTer. Marshall College Turnished The nexT opposiTion Tor The now Tairly smooTh VolunTeers and They Too Tell under The deadly guns oT orange men by a score oT 33-22. BuT iT was in Their nexT game ThaT The VolunTeers ran inTo REAL DIFFICULTY when The Cavaliers oT Virginia handed Them Their TirsT seTbaclc oT The season by deTeaTing Them 4I-30. The nexT Two games rapidly Tollowed suiT when Marshall and Alabama deTeaTed The Vols 33-29 and 27-22 respecTively. Coming back home, The Vols grabbed hold oT Themselves and won Their Tour home games by sizable scores. WiThin Ten days Time, The Volun- HHSITHTTHS HHINH HNIVTHSITY MHHT HHNHITS Mehen in a scramble againsf Marshall Teers meT and deTeaTecl KenTuclcy, Mississippi STaTe, Georgia, and ChaTTanooga by The respec- Tive scores oT 32-22, 36-27, 46-23, 53-18. The Tollowing week, lvlauer and his men wenT on The road Tor Two games, meeTing Auburn anol Geor- gia, winning The TirsT ancl losing The second. The score Tor The Auburn game was 5 l-33 in Tavor oT Tennessee, anol The Tinal Tally Tor The lasT game HHTSUMT UT lzool was Georgia 47, U. T. 36. ReTurning home, The Vols Tools Their game Trom Mississippi ol-29 and Their segond Trom Alabama 34-23, buT in a harcl- ToughT game, losT Their Third one To KenTucl4y lTheir biTTeresT rivalsl by a score oT: KenTucl4y 38, Tennessee 29. Playing Their lasT Two games oT The regular season, The Vols Tools Vandy To Taslc, meeT- ing on Their own courTs Tor The TirsT game and Capf. Thomas againsi' Vandy W I . N - 4,3 " , :z f 0 g N4 x Q N N 3' .,,: . .MM-.W f e ,iff M my , V. vi? ' , 5 J, . ,AZ me . ,A -ga , 4 ,a W If KW W mf V ., V, if, 05 fy? , ' ,A ' s W' " il ik, s ,,, ,- . , I, 'Yi 7 .G f -C ' - X-dl CII HRT H CHANIPIUS On The 28Th oT February The VolunTeers oT Ten- nessee enTered The S. E. C. Tourney, which was held in Louisville. Un ThaT nighT The VolunTeers meT The Mississippi STaTe Maroons and crushed Them by The score oT 35-29. Tired buT cleTermined, once more The Vols donned The moleslcin on The Tollowing aTTernoon and squeezed by The Georgia Bulldogs aTTer a long, hard baTTle by a score oT 4I-39. The chariTy Tosses aT The basl4eT spelled The diTTerence. SaTurday nighT oT March TirsT, The Vols meT The KenTuclcy WildcaTs beTore 7,000 people and skinned Them 36-33 To win Their second S. E. C. championship. IZ021 COACH JOHN MAU ER ESOU WARREN VICK TED KINNEY SAM MONK GORDON MAGEE HENRY D. AUSTIN JOHN EDWARDS DAVID MacWHIRTER TOM J. MCLEAN ROBERT BUNCH EUGENE SMITH SCOTT BALDWIN WILLIS TUCKER WALTER RUGGER LESTER CAMPBELL THOMAS ASH MAURICE COTTRELL DAVID ROMINE EUGENE MAXWELL ED CIEERS BERNIE MEHEN A D IIIIIUII SUII Over 'I'he bar goes Bernie Mehen, I-nigh-iump arHs'I f2031 WILLIS TUCKER llll Sllll Fealuring Willis Tucker, llwe Hlaslesl cenler on llie coun- 'rry's loolball roslersf' Caplain Ed Ciiers of loolball lame, Ted Kinney, conference discus slar, and Bernie lvlelwen of baslcelball lame, llwe I9-4l Vol lraclc Jream placed slrong rnen in every deparlmenl of every rneel. Coach Jolwn Barnlwill, ably assisled by Len Coffman and Billy Barnes, brouqlwl Jrlie lraclc sporl baclc info ine lime- liqlwl aller a long period of lean years. i . To fhe leff, 'Pop fo boHom: Romine-Al Husf, David Marks, Henry Ausfin BUIST WARREN EHHMPIUNS TRACK SCHEDULE '4I April 5+h-Milligan ....... . April I2+h-Alabama . April I9Jrh-Maryville . . . April wh-A. A. U. Meer. . . May 3rd-Kenruclcy . . May IOH1-S+a+e Meer . . May l7+h-S. E. C. Meef . . Q Top fo bo'H'om: Capfain Ed Cifers, Ted Kinney, . . Here . . Here Here Georgia Tech . . . There . . Here . . Here Maurice Coirell BASEBAH Under +he guidance of Coach Johnny Mauer, The Volunieer baseball ieam 'Finished i+s fhird year of S, E. C, play since breaking a 'ren-year period during which +he nafional pas- 'rime was dropped from 'Phe Universify program of maior sporls. The I94I feam was capfained by Nick Weber, senior foo+ball back, and well known sandlo+ bali player. Firsi Row: Swafford, J. Freeman, Giardini, M. Slaughfer Second Row: Coach Murrell, Womack, N, Freeman, J Brooks, Pounders, Coach Coffman. WIHSHI I2061 The UniversiTy mermen enioyed one oT Their mosT successTul seasons during The year l94l. Under Coach Godifrey lNlovoTny The Team again This season splashed iTs way To vicTory Time and again. Bobby Webb was capTain. Webb swam The crawl and always placed in his division. 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In other words, though it may seem paradoxical with so much beauty around, it would be tougher to stage a musical show in Knoxville than in New York. I'm glad that you gave me the opportunity to serve as a judge, for it was a heartening experience to see how many lovely girls, literally radiating health and wholesome charm, attend one single college in this country. I congratulate the University of Tenn- essee, the girls' parents and -- their future husbands! figE?erel BILLY ROSE BR:DD HIV r I vw 64" H. X x X ff ww : x 05506 'ue QMXXXQXQ di We NQXQAX Xexxxxeaaea 2Xx2'vL,2eXm YXXXYNJXX as 2021 . ' 22221 XAKMQS We xxigxixmek we a X222 PX 2 2x '52xxtkXe K 2wmx, ak Xa we ni 2225 Q, X-5 XM Kxexxx 0 XXQMXX 'QB NUY222 im eh Xa XX we QXXQAXN A92 Q ' ' xx amxxxg We xiiixkzxw akxxhe - Xxx 229225 522 ' ig 2fe,QXxQ,X he Xxakxxu see. 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MILDRED CARTER JULIA EARLY DOROTHY PIERCE avxww1mwQwawmmsm m1mwwvwNm- my wx - my nw f-,Misa A14-WMM:-vwmxwnmwpwwswmwmwwmxamwvfww,fx 1w:4+.fw, , T , S MARGIE ELGIN LYLE WALTER DOROTHY CRUMPLER HE UTY FAVIIIHT MARY BETH CRANWELL NANCY VANDEN HELEN LEDGERWOOD DORIS RUSSELL HELEN CHAMBERLAIN MARTHA JEAN OSBORNE "He that heareth a torch shadoweth himself to give light to others." ln that phrase lies the meaning ot the honor, TUHCHBEAHEH, that is given to eight Seniors this year. Taken as individuals they each have certain characteristics, hut tal-ren as a group with a hlending ol ahilities, traits, and ideals they present a myth- ical heing that is said to he represent- ative oi a true VULUNTEEH, a true American citizen, and a truly honor- ahle Tennessean. HHHIILII BHUWN v JAMES HIIBEHTS FRANK THUMH5 .IJIIY WI Ii Q K Sl, 3 ix N X 49 Q-NN ng 'K r Qf , X 4vx 2 2 ggi. aw Z x WK 11? - X 1ag-sXs1.- X' fl' R x 'fps A.: Ngwz. 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Q- 5ipWW?f'W"""m"'m'N---W f ' 'L"'1-M2 Q5 L'z'..'f ,yw'A:'b..a'-fi'f.,-g 5s""g gifiwf-+"'f1: gxy.-J'i1,-"Km. :i , 1- '-.,.1?"X'f'4-'-N'--., fx Vfffv ,E-W' --wf1E'.Q1i'1LH- "i'ff'1S.: .liirivr '?"""f?-':f11"2'3--14 " T13-'fA7"f '-Kim ' 1 " 1 V W" - L. ,Z f.,.f,,,g'-M,..v,gii1?g?Y9i,g.,:55,,,Agua ., 4 . sy- N,g4,,:1.?m1WEEK: .M-.,,,. ,,k,-Sw, ,, A- fr, E4 P wwf!-SQ ..,1i.,-Q2-mlfff 1 ' ' f ' ""' " 4 w R FHHHHNIIHS VICE-PRESIDENT MEEKS VAUGHAN SECRETARY HOWARD BOZEMAN Sigma Alpha Epsilon - Kappa Alpha PRESIDENT BEDFORD BERRY Della Tau Delta RALPH DEADRICK Della Sigma Phi JAMES FRY FRANK HOLMES ED JONES VIC KLEIN Kappa Sigma Pi Kappa Alpha Pi Kappa Phi Phi Gamma Delfa I gp -'FWS ED STORY EMERSON TANNER EUGENE TATE WOODROW THOMAS JAMES THURSTON Phi Sigma Kappa Alpha Tau Omega Sigma Nu Lambda Chi Alpha Kappa Alpha IZ501 lll Hll ll N Ill llllHlIllNl H U H H ll Oul oi lhe old ineiiicienl lnlerlraler- nily Council has grown lhe new Fralernily Relallons Board. ll is composed ol The presldenl and one represenlalive from each lralernily. lls purpose is lo acl as a governing board lor all iralernilles, lhereby eliecling a more inli- male sense oi relalionshlp among lhe l-lill's Greeks. JAMES LOVE ALBERT MOTT ROBERT PHILLIPS BEN ROGERS DEE ROWLAND TED SLOAN Phi Gamma Della Pi Kappa Alpha Kappa Sigma Della Tau Della Lambda Chi Alpha Della Sigma Phi JACK VEAZEY ROBERTS WEAVER ROBERT WEBB HAROLD WHITE TAYLOR WOMACK WALTER WUNDERLICH Sigma Chi Sigma Nu Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Chi I251Il Firsl Row: H. Abele, R. Abele, Adams, Ashley, Brinkerhoff, Coe, Collier, CufcMn. Second Row: Davh, DeLaney, Duchy, Dunagan, Dude, Hncannon Finley, Fosler. Third Row: Granl, l-larl, Hickerson, l-loleman, Hooper, Hunlley, Hulchison, Jones, Lamberl. Fourlh Row: Mackey, Mann, MacLeod, Maxwell, Milchell, Morris, Norlon, Overall, Pardue. Fiflh Row: Paflerson, T. W Richardson, G. Richardson, Russell, Shaw, Sledge, Sorrell, Smifh, Sfegall. Sixth Row: E Tanner, W, Tanner, Thomas, Thorlon, Vreeland, While, Wrighf, Yarbro. dll 4-X,--...ea--.ea - K,-.a--.M ,.-,.,- -,-., eg, w,,..,,....,,- ,.., Y, ,,,,- ,havgm ,4-,.g,,, YNYAY' Mgvkww AX44, F-Y,gNAiH Yu in M, , W Y, YN U M K , H- ww-V V LZSZI .fl I Omega . 'j .,- X F' -.fixzl 1 5 f ,Q " E, 5.5 - 4- sa 1 1,4 f I I " i Ig- N.'g.v-' . II I . " -J , ' I "ii ' L lil' ii'- JOE R. HICKERSON . HOWELL ABELE , ROBERT E. BRINKERHOFF' ' HARRIS DAVIS . . . , ROBERT J. DEMPSTER . . ROLAND ABELE .... . CLAUDE W. ADAMS, JR. J. BARRET ASHLEY . . . MIKE BALITSARIS . . . CHARLES BENZIGER . . LIVY COE . . . . CHARLES W. COLLIER . WALTER E. DOOLEY , . f RALPH DOUD ..... JOE B. FOSTER . . . JAMES A. GRANT .... LAVERNE LEWALLEN . . BERNIE MEHEN .... w. T. OUTOHIN, JR. . SAM HNOANNON . . ROBERT O. FINLEY . . . I-IA-SCAL H. HOOPER . . JOHN R, MCLEOD . . . ROBERT w. MITCHELL . DALE L. BLACK ..... WILLIAM B. BUSH .,.. BEN DAVID DUNAGAN CYRUS E. DURIO .... FRANK HAMBRIGHT . EARL B. HUNTLEY . . ROBERT B. HICKS. . . U. S. JONES . . . BUIST M E M B E Law . . Cowan, Tenn. Class of I . . . . .Whilehaven . . Belleville, N. J. . . . . . , Knoxville . . . . . .Knoxville WARREN ......... Class of I . . Whilehaven . . . . Dyersburg , . . . . Dyersburg . . . Piffsburgh, Pa. . . . . . . Knoxville . . .CenIralia, Illinois Memphis . . . . . Knoxville . . Cenlerville . . . . . Maryville , . . . . Dyersburg ..........ClinTon Wheeling W. Va. ROBERT e. DELAIN EY ,..... Class of I . . . Dyersburg . . Knoxville . , . , . Finley . . Brownsville . . Knoxville . . Knoxville Class of I . . Greeneville . . Knoxville . . . Milan . . . . Trenton . . . .Cleveland . . . . . .Memphis . . . Hazleton, Pa. Knoxville ' ' 'JOHN 'Lf YARIBRO ..... . RS WILLIAM D. HOLEMAN . 94I R. B, HART, JR ..... . GILBERT HUFFMAN . . . ROBERT s. HUTCHISON f I A I WILLIAM W. TANNER , . . . . . . . Miami, Florida 942 FRED NEWMAN .... JAMES A. NORTON . . BUNS O'NEILL .,... J. U. OVERALL, Ill. . . . JAMES W. PARDUE . . . CARL RATLIFF ...... GILMER RICHARDSON, JR. I Q ' IKEPEEL VICTOR SLEDGE ,... . FRANK G. SORRELLS . . . GOODWIN F. STEGALL , MERALD THOMAS .... J. ALBERT THORNTON . . ..........E+owah 943 JOHN B. MORRIS. . . FRANK PATTERSON . . JOHN W. PATTON . . BURKE A. RUSSELL . . . EMERSON B. TANNER. . ROBERT P. WILLIAMS . . 944 WILLIAM J. LAMBERT . . THOMAS L. MANN . . . TOM W. RICHARDSON . ROBERT W. SHAW . . . BAILEY SMITH . . . . FRED S. VREELAND . . . HAROLD M. WHITE . . . JACK H. WRIGHT . . . .........Dyersburg . . Oakville, Tenn. ... ...Memphis New CasTIe,.Indiana . . . . . Brownsville . . . . .Union Cily . . . . Knoxville . . . . Dyersburg . . Piifsburgh, Pa. . , . . . Dyersburg . . . . . . Memphis . Washingfon, D. C. . . . . . .Memphis . . . . Dyersburg . . . . . Raleigh ......TrenTon . . . . . . Rockvale . . McKenzie, Tenn. . . . . Whilehaven . . . Union Cily ,.....TrenTon . .A , Denver, Colo. . . . . Knoxville . , Union Cily . . .Trenfon Birmingham, Mich. . ..,. Brownsville . . . . . Knoxville . . . Ridgely . . Memphis . . Memphis . . Memphis . , Medina LZ53fl -.lvff--f91f4:f'fa++":f51.:f.f ' Tgrgzzjgf :if-wif iigigw p-Af----idfxw - f? f5:5:r:?:+fliQ. -railfgk.-Ti-f:x-:,--,f M- iii, Wd, i ,.. , Firsi' Row: Armsfrong, Bobo, Brannon, Capanear, Capanegro. I Second Row: Comng Deaddch DuMap,FaHan HoweH.Thhd ' Row: Kennedy, Lyfle, Niles, Osfeen, Renshaw, Rhudy. Fourfh Row: Searle, Sloan, Smifh, Spicer, Suffon, Worden. if"-1Af,21::11t' ' '--i -r: '-frfmbfgzlz' 'f'-v:i'1:lYf-bf? " fglzglf "-:-:15:f1:f- lzinlr rf - f-tiki. ,Q vs ffkfxz li. fa lf254J i- I , :Q , I, JAMES L. GUY . EMBREE M. KENNEDY JOSEPH ROSSON ,. JAMES BEVINS ..,. RAYMOND BRANNON WILLIAM DUNILAP . RALPH I. DEADRICK SIM EFLAND .... ISIAH FARRAR . . . ROY LYTLE . . JACK ARMSTRONG PAUL BOBO ..... JAMES L. COLLINS . EDWARD KLOSS . . . ALBERT C. MASON . CARL NILES . , . EDWARD RUSSELL . . MICHAEL CAPANEAR CARROLL FINCH . . FRANK GAULT .... MEMBERS Gracluale Sluclenls . . Memphis Class of . . Kingsporl . Memphis Class of . . Knoxville , . Memphis . . Memphis . , . . Knoxville . . Challanooga . . Shelbyville . Knoxville Class of . . Lexinglon . . Chalfanooga . . . Memphis . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . , Knoxville . . Memphis Class of Belleview, N. J. . . . Lexinglon . . Challanooga WILLIAM ZIMMERMAN . EDWARD MOLINSKI . l94l THOMAS SEARLE . . . PENN WORDEN, JR. . I 942 JAMES MEADOWS . . JAMES REED . . RALPH RHUDY . . TED SLOAN ...... WOLFRED WHITE . . FRANK OSTEEN ..., ANDERSON RENSHAW I943 WILLIAM SUTTON . . JOHN BENNETT .... CHARLES BROWNING MICHAEL CAPANEGRO ROBERT MARSHALL . . . EUGENE YOUNG . . . ARTHUR LEE SMITH . I944 JAM ES GAFFN EY . BEN MAYB ER RY .,... , CHARLES SPICER . . . . . . . . . . Massilon, Ohio . Massilon, Ohio . . . Knoxville . . Founlain Cily . . . . Lexinglon . , . . Lewisburg Comers Rock, Va. . . . . . . Luray . . . . Paris . . Shelbyville . . . Memphis . . . Memphis Bristol . . .... Knoxville Monl Clair, N. J. . . . . Sevierville , Hamillon, Ohio . . . , .Knoxville Cumberland, Md. . . . Nashville ......Paris f2'551 Firsf Row: Allen, Barion, Berry, Bowers, Burn, Carden, Cole, Denf. Second Row: Depass, Dickey, Edmundson, Ellis, Ellison, Faquin, Finch, Fowler. Third Row: Genfry, Glennan, Harbison, Hummel, Hufchison, Jackson, Jarnagin, Jones. Fourfh Row: King, Lawhon, Ludwig, Mayo, McMilIen, Moore, Pack, Parroff, Paschal. Fiffh Row: Paffon, Pickelf, Riddick, Ringer, Rogers, Shackleford, Snodgrass, Washinglon, Whilis. de la tau azmsmw ,--1uEvf 1: fi'-Q , -' , -, - .wwe .Q- , ,M-W, we fn YK,-:Y c...f' nw .iq Ag:-.ix:.,,. ., A X A f . :z :y,.5, gif ,. 1. .Y i fe , '1' 5 -' M -f 'if :wif f I X f 49- 3 1, ,x -,wg-iex. , .f , Q lf256fl I1 ,s Q 3 ' , 'N 1 ole la JOSEPH BARTON . BEDFORD BERRY , . JOHN FINCH .... ALFRED HUTCHISON H. B. JARNAGIN . . CHARLES KING . JAMES BURN ..... EDWARD COLE , . . NEEDHAM COPPEDGE THOMAS ALLEN . . ERNEST DEPASS . . ALLEN CARDEN . MINOR DENT . . BRUCE DENTON . . HUGH DICKEY . . , ROBERT DUNLAP . LEE FOWLER . . WALTER GENTRY , JAMES BOWERS . . CHARLES ELLIS . . , ARTHUR FAOUIN . . ANDREW JACKSON . M E M B E R S Law JOE WASHINGTON ......... . . Memphis Class of l94l . . Greenfield BAXTER PATTON . . . . . , . Paris . . Gleason . . Obion . . Dandridge . , Obion Class of . . Niola . . Knoxville . Brownsville ,....,...Memphis .....,......Memphis JAMES PASCHAL .... Class of . . LaFoIleHe . Memphis . . Sevierville . . Sweelwaler . . . . Sharon . . . . . . . . .Somerville . ......... . . Knoxville HUGH SHACKELFORD .... Class of I ........KnoxviIle . Garden Cily, N. Y. .........Memphis ......,.. Lalfollefle BILL WALKER ....... . EDWARD PICKETT . . WOODROW RIDDICK , JAMES SNODGRASS . . CHAMP STEVENS . . NEWT WHITIS . . 942 JOHN EDMUNDSON CHARLES ELLISON . . BARNETT HUMMEL . BRIDGES JONES . . . JAMES LAWHON ..., .........Memphis 943 KEN GLENNAN . . JOE HARBISON . . THOMAS MAYO . BEE MCMILLAN . . DAVID PACK , . . JAMES PARROTT . BEN ROGERS .... . , ...... Memphis 944 ROBERT Luowis' . RAY MOORE .... WALTER RINGQER .A GUY TOMKINS ..... . . , . . . . Knoxville . . Kingslon . . . Memphis . . Maury Cify . . . .Sparla . . Memphis . . Greenfield . . Greenfield . . LaFolleHe . . Greenfield . . Memphis . . Knoxville . . . . Obion . . Copperhill . . . Greenfield . . Ashland Cily . . . .Sevierville Sfrawberry Plains . . . . LaFoIleHe . . Rockwood . , Memphis . . . Memphis . .Tampa, Fla. E2571 Firsl Row: Adam, Alexander, Baker, Barrickrnan, Bales, Bozeman, Brigl-if, Carey. Second Row: Crowder, Davis, Doughly, Dozier, Fryer, Glover, Hawkins, Hill. Third Row: Hinsdale, Hooser, Hunl, Ingram, Jamieson, Joyner, Leffler, Malcolm, McComb. Fourlh Row: McCormack, Mclzarlin, MCG-owan, McLean, Middlecoff, Miles, Miller, Ogle, Perry. Fiflh Row: Rudd, Rulland, Sfevenson, Swifl, Thurslon, H. J. Vorder Bruegge, V. W. Vorder Brueqge, Wllburn, Williams, - ' vi' ig :ff iappa lmiaz'-ff?-f I2581 A ' -,. 3-Q A 'ss' ,R ,T F: 'y P- -IL .-Fr' I Pells: ,335 x .JJ ff E l I VINCENT VORDERBRUEGGE SHULER JAMIESON . . . . HARRY BAKER .... ROBERT HINSDALE . . . MALCOLM HAWKINS .. WILLIAM MCGOWAN . BILLY BARRETT MCCOMB . THOMAS M. BATES . . . ROBERT E. JOYNER . GID FRYER ...... F. W. MILES ...... JAMES R. STEVENSON . . WILLIAM W. SWIFT . . CLARENCE ADAMS . . CHARLES OGLES . . . . HOWARD VORDERBRUEGGE HERBERT RUTLAND ..,... HOLLAND INGRAM . THOMAS MCLEAN . M E M B E R S Law . . Memphis HOWARD BOZEMAN . . Covinglon BEN HALL MCFARLIN . Class of l94I . . . Gallafin Cl-IARNELL MIDDLECOFF . . Knoxville MUMFORD MILLER . . , . . Barlleff JAMES B. THURSTON . . . Covinglon WILLIAM HOOSER , . . Class of I942 . . . Jellico B. K. BRIGHT . . Shelbyville .........Memphis PRICE GLOVER . . . . . Class of . . Goodlelfsville . . . Murfreesboro Memphis . . . . Washington, D. C, . . . . . . . . Shelbyville THOMAS MALCOLM . . CHARLES WILBURN . . . . . Arvonia, Va. I943 GILBERT CAREY . . . WAYNE HUNT .... JAMES McCORMACK . JULIAN DAVIS ..... IRBY WILLIAMS CHARLES RUDD . ..,.. ..,...,.... N ashville Class of . . . . . . Gallalin . . . . . Memphis . .Washinglon, D. C. .........KnoxvilIe . , . . . . . . . .Shelbyville JAMES BARRICKMAN . . . I944 HAROLD DOUGHTY , . WADE PERRY .... WILLIAM LEFFLER . EUGENE HILL ,.... T. C, CROWDER , . . . . . . . . , Founfain Cify . . . . Knoxville Murphreesboro . . Memphis . . Memphis . . . Memphis . . Warlrace . . . Kingsporl . . Brisiol . . Readyville . . Knoxville . . Fruilland . . . Gallafin Quincy, Fla. . . Knoxville . . Memphis . . . Memphis . . . . . Memphis Lawrenceburg lf259T Firsl Row: Acuff, Anderson, Armislead, A. A. Arlhur, John Arlhur, Bailey, Boone, Braden, Bridges, Brownlow. Second Row: Bryan, Burkharl, Calhoun, Cashin, Davis, Forman, Fry, Garrefl, Garvin, Hancock. Third Row: Harris, Harrison, Haynes, Henck, Houk, Lumsden, Maile, Millice, Milchell, Mohr. Fourfh Row: Moore, Murphy, Nicholson, Park, Phillips, Pierce, C. A. Pollock, W. J. Pollock, Poore, Rainwafer. Fifih Row: C. B. Rudolph, M. H. Rudolph, Ruffin, Sarafian, Scruggs, Seymour, Ed Kyle Smith, F. W. Smifh, Guy Smilh, R. C. Smilh. Sixlh Row: Sprankle, Slern, Swan, Taylor, Towe, Walls, Whilmore, Wilkerson, Wilson, Ward. 4 G- G- llllig'-..tal,34g.f:.g:l',i:.3-:i.Q,41114-"i:g,--Q,.:.,14g ng 34g.g::.:5,Mg- rbi, ,,4n1ALy',:1 f J gkgki- Lf Y ,L -L - W.. - -. ...f-... - .- , -. .Y ,.- ,N ,, ,uw Y N ,V K Y lf2601 siqmoi T 'il' v Av' '- ' lT-'I -,Airy JAMES FRY . . WILLIAM HANCOCK NEWTON ANDERSON ROBERT ARMISTEAD . ALEX ARTHUR . WILLIAM sizowmow' ' JOHN BURKHART . . BILLY DAVIS . , . HOWARD BOONE , THOMAS CASHIN . . ARCH EATON . ARTHUR GARRETT . . CLARENCE GARVIN . W. C. HARRIS . . VICTOR HOUK . , PAUL MATTE . EDWARD ACUFF . . JAMES BAILEY . . GENE DAVIS .... TED HART . .. WILLIAM HAYNES HAZEN HIGHLANDS GEORGE HOYLE . , . HOYLE HUNT . , ALFRED KILLEBREW . HOWARD LUMSDEN WILLIAM NEWTON . JOHN ARTHUR . . . EDWIN BRIDGES . . . JAMES BRYAN . GEORGE CALHOUN , JAMES CORPENING HAMILTON FORMAN BENJAMIN HARRISON SEYMOUR HENCH . DAVID MILLICE . , . JOHN MEMBERS Law . . . , . Knoxville . ,Columbia, S. C. LEROY NEBLETT . . ARTHUR SEYMOUR . . Gracluale Sl'uden'I' . POORE .... ......,. . . . Knoxville Class of I94l , . Soulh Pillsburq JAMES T. FERGASON , . , , . . Memphis HERBERT MAYS , , , . . . . Mascol CHARLES MURPHY . . . .Knoxville ROBERT PHILLIPS . . . . . Knoxville CHARLES SPRANKLE . , . , Memphis JERE TOWE ..... . Class of 942 . , Murray, Ky. BILLY GWYNN MITCHELL . . Memphis JOHN MOORE . . . . . . Memphis WILLIAM POLLOCK . , Jackson MATT RUDOLPH , . .Clarksville JOE SARAFIAN . . . . . . Jackson JAMES STEM . . . Knoxville DAVID SWANN . . . . Knoxville TOM WATTS , . Class of I943 . . Knoxville THOMAS NICHOLSON . . . Knoxville WILLIS PARKS , . . , , Knoxville FREDERICK PLYLEY , . . . Chaflanooga CHARLES POLLOCK . . . . Clarksville CHARLES RAINWATER . . . . Knoxville CHARLES RUDOLPI-I . . , . . Knoxville RICHARD SEYMOUR . , . Knoxville ED KYLE SMITH . . . . . . . Clarksville CHARLES WARD . . . . . Knoxville RICHARD WHITMORE . . , , Challanooga SAMUEL WILKENSON , . Class of I944 . , . . Knoxville JACK MOHR . . . . Carlersville, Ga. AYWARD OVERTON . . . . . . , Memphis CHAMBLISS PIERCE . . . . . . .Covinglon BILLY RUFFIN . . . . , . Knoxville FRED SMITH ...,.. Fl, Lauderdale, Fla. . . . . . . Knoxville , , ,... Knoxville . . . Mascol' GUY SMITH . . CARLETON SCRUGGS . JAMES TAYLOR .... GEORGE WILSON . . . . Clarksville . . Knoxville Soulh Pillsburg . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Memphis . . Knoxville . . Nashville . . Millinglon . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Clarksville . , Memphis . Chalfanooga . . Louisville . , . Knoxville . . Loudon Benton . Vonore . , Knoxville . , Dandridge , Clarksville . . . . Knoxville . . , Knoxville . . Challanooga . . . Challanooga . . Calderwood . , . Knoxville . Knoxville . Knoxville . . Covington . . Harlan, Ky. . . Knoxville , Knoxville . . . Mason . . . Knoxville lf26lil First Row: G. Brown, R. Brown, Burk, F. Calloway, T. Callo way, Calvin, Campbell, J. Demos. Second Row: R, Demos Frassrand, Freeman, Gardner, Gofcher, Hall, Henley, l-linfon Third Row: Holdway, l-lullquisl, Jarrafl, Kenl, King, Mayo Meriwelher, Minnich, Owens. Fourfh Row: Painler, Palmer Pereda, Rornine, Rowland, Shinn, Sisimore, J. Slaughler, R Slaughfer. Fiffh Row: Swisher, L. Thomas, W. Thomas Walkins, Williams, L. Winn, P. Winn, W. B. Winn, Zaricor. l. H1 l2621 - -2-K ?34' 1'-iii' T ' :ff ' iT'I -Alf I ie I mi a ug xr J 311 In , 15' ROBERT G. DEMOS . MARK E. DOUB . . FOSTER CALLOWAY . IRVIN J. CALVIN . . FRANK ELROD .,.. DONALD E. FREEMAN GEORGE FAZAKERLY WILLIS HENLEY . . . LOUIS D. HINTON . . ROBERT LEFEELL BROWN . . LESTER CAMPBELL . JAMES DEMOS . . MICHAEL ERASSRAND RAY GARDNER . . , JAMES GOTCHER . . GEORGE BROWN . . JAMES BURKE .... THOMAS CALLOWAY ROBERT CRUIKSHANK RUDOLPH HALL . , . GRANT HARDIN . . AUBREY JARRETT . . LYNN MAYO . . . ERNEST PAINTER , W 'z.fg,-:- 1: V5- .i:L MEMBERS Class of l94I . ........ Chaflanooga Oollewah WILLIAM ROBERT T. MERIWETHER . ROBERT L. SWISHER . , . BUFORD WINN ............ Nashville Class of I 942 . . Lenoir Cily , . Memphis . . Etowah . . Knoxville , . Memphis . .....,.... Harriman . . . . Clarksville H, POWELL WINN ...., RITTER S CHARLES HULTQUIST . JOHN MINNICH ..,.. JOHN J. NICHOLSON . . WILLIAM J. OWENS . . EUGENE PEREDA ..... WILSON D. ROWLAND WOODROW W. THOMAS ....,... Nashville Class of I943 . . Lascasas . , Murfreesboro . . Chaflanooga . . Winchesler . . , . Nashville . , . . Knoxville LAUGHTER . . , EARL HARRIS . . , JOSEPH HOLDWAY . RICHARD KENT . . . EARL KING ,... DAVID ROMINE . . . MACK SLAUGHTER . .........Kinqsporl Class of I944 , Elizabelhlon . Evansville, Ind. . , . Lenoir Cily Curwensville, Pa. . . . . Big Rock . . . Elizabelhfon . , Murfreesboro . . . Nashville . . Kingsporl FLEATER PALMER . , . BENJAMIN RUCKER . JACK SHINN .... CARL SIZEMORE .... LAWRENCE THOMAS . HAROLD WATKINS . . IVAN WIGGINS . . . T. A. WILLIAMS . . JOE ZARICOR . . . . Clarksville . . . Apison . . Alcoa . . . Kingsporf . . . Clarksville . , . . . . . Kingsporl Juncos, Porla Rica . . . Kirigsporf Greenville, N. C. . . Memphis . Rodgersville . . . , Nashville . . . , . Kingsporf Dorolhy, W. Va . . . . . Kinqsporl . Homer, La. . . Knoxville . . Murfreesboro . . Challanooga . . . Kingsport . . Challanooga . . Lenoir Cily . . , . Kingsport . . Melropolis, Ill. l263fI Firsl' Row: Acker, F. Allen, J. Allen, Arnell, Ausfin, Bevis, Bosson, Bowden, Bradley, G. Y. Campbell, J. Campbell, Clofworfhy. Second Row: Collinsworfh, Cox, Davenporf, Davis, Dick, Donaldson, F. Frazier, J. Frazier, Frelz, Garify, Graves, Griscom. Third Row: Harris, Hay, Hill, Hobson, Hoe, Hope, Horfon, G. Huddlesfon, S, Huddlesfon, Humphries, Hufchison. Fourih Row: Kelly, F. Kerr, J. Kerr, Klein, Knisley, Larimer, Lea, Lolhrop, Love, Lulfrell, Maerker. Fiffh Row: Maloney, McDowell, R. Miller, S. Miller, Moffell, Moore, Moss, Neil, Nowling, Proffill, R. Reaves. Sixfh Row: T. Reaves, Reid, Vesfal, Waggoner, Wesf, E. O. While, E. D. While, M. While, Whiffen, Williams, Young. gamma ella xxx O FA. ' vx :Ti BILL DAVENPORT . . L. A. DICK ..... FRENCH FRAZIER . HARRY GRISCOMB . FRANK ALLEN . . NICK BOWDEN . . . JOHN BRADLEY . . BILL COX ..... JACK FRAZIER . . JIM HUMPHRIES .. FRANK KELLY . . BOB ACKER . . FOSTER ARNETT . JOE BIDDLE ...,. JOHN CAMPBELL , , E. T. COLLINSWORTH WOODY DONALDSON EUGENE FRETZ . . . SAM HILL ....., BYRON HUTCHINISON LESTER LARIMER . . JIM KERR ..... VICTOR KLEIN . . . DOUGLAS LOTHROP JACK ALLEN . . . FRANK AUSTIN . . BILL BEVIS ..... DON BOSSON ,,,, GEORGE CAMPBELL BILL CLOTWORTHY . G. C. DAVIS . . . BILL GARITY . . M E M B E R S Class of l94l . . Chalfanooga BILL LUTTRELL .... . . , . , Knoxville , . .Chalfanooga . . .Challanooga Class of I . . , Gallalin . . . . Knoxville , . . Challanooga , . . Cookeville . . . , Daylon . . . . , . Memphis . . . . Challanooga WILLIAMS ........ CLYDE KNISLEY . . . JAMES WORRELL LOVE JACK PROFITT ..... 942 FRANK KERR . . JOHN MAERKER . JIM MALONEY . . JIM McDOWELL . . HUGH NEIL . . A. B. WAGGONER . . JOEL WHITTEN .... ........Miami,Fl Class of I . . . . Knoxville . . . , , Knoxville . . Johnson Cily . . Challanooga . . . Knoxville . . Morristown . , . , . , Knoxville , , . , . . Knoxville Sf, Pelersburg, Fla. . . . . . . Memphis . . . . . Knoxville . Knoxville . Knoxville . . . , Knoxville . . . . Greeneville . . , Marianna, Fla. . . . . . Knoxville . . . Memphis . Knoxville . Knoxville . Knoxville 943 SAM MILLER . . W. S. MOSS . . BILL NOWLING . BOB REAVES . . ED WHITE .,... NELSON HARRIS . . WALTER HOE . . LAPSLEY HOPE . . BOB HOBSON . , ED VESTAL . , . EUGENE WHITE . . MERRILL WHITE . , BILL YOUNG . . . 6. Class of I944 BILL GRAVES ...... LEON HAY ....... ED HORTON . . . eoizoon HuooLEsToN STANLEY HUDDLESTON DICK MILLER .... BEN MOORE . . BILL WEST . ., .- Y-I-----Eiii' Y- v . . . Knoxville . . Greeneville . . Nashville . . . Maryville . . ,Knoxville , . . . Knoxville . . . . . Knoxville . . . Challanooga . . . . Knoxville . . Maryville , Knoxville . . , . . Knoxville . Horse Cave, Ky. SI. Pelersburg, Fla. , . . . . . Knoxville . . . Memphis . Middlesboro, Ky. . Midcllesboro, Ky. . . . Challanooga . . . . .Memphis . . . .Alhens . . . Knoxville . . . . . Knoxville . . Dixon Springs . Knoxville . . . . Memphis . . Alhens, Ga. . . . Maryville . . . .Maryville . . Johnson City . . . .Knoxville . . . Memphis L265J Firsf Row: Allen, Anderson, Bafes, Black, Bowling, Brookharl. Second Row: Bryan, Carler, Faiardo, Flafl, Fleming, Fuller, Gray. Third Row: Gower, I I l Herberl, Howse, Jackson, Jenkins, Jones, C. King. Fourfh Row: K. King, . Leefon, Maney, Parker, Sllger, Sfory, Wallace. S 1 - I I I Q- l2661 ioppo KYLE K. KING . RAYBURN FLEMING . J. M. FRENCH .... . ' JACK BAILEY . . GUY BATES . --..-'RTJSW Fi . . R? - ATN 1, W vp. , ,. WILLIAM ANDERSON DAVID BOLLING . . DONALD BROOKHART WILLIAM R. CARTER ROBERT ALLEN . . JACK BLACK . . . WILLIAM BRYAN . . WILLIAM ESSEX . . ENRIOUE FAJARDO JAMES VERN FLATT . M E M B E R S Law . . Greeneville CECIL JACKSON . Class of I94I . . Elbridge JAMES- GOWER . . .Springfield CHARLES KING . Class of I942 . . . . . . , Knoxville .......JoelIon EDWARD STORY . . Clas . . . Fayeileville Norris . . . . . . Crossville , . . . . . . . Fayeiieville I. T. SLIGER ..... Clas . . Boslon . . . Knoxville . Clwalla nooga . , Knoxville . . Cl'1aI'Ia nooga . . Yorkville sof sof WALTER BURNETTE . JOHN JENKINS . . . . . . . . . . Knoxville 1943 HENRY HERBERT . . CARUTI-IERS HOWSE BATTS LEETON . . . JAMES PARKER . . . . , . . . . . Knoxville I944 JAMES FULLER . . ROBERT GOODALL . BERT GRAY . . . WILLIAM JONES . . FRANK WALLACE . LAURENCE D. MANEY . . Paris Springfield Springfield . Knoxville . Knoxville . Knoxville . Wlwiieville Springfield . Yorkville Fayelleville . Chicago Fayelleville . Naslnville Knoxville Nashville I.267I Firsf Row: Alkin, Baker, Barnes, Barnell, Bayne, Blackwood, Boles, Buchanan, Burchfield, Burem. Second Row: Burroughs, Carne, Chrislie, Cline, Cranwell, Crawley, D. DeVaull, M. D-eVaul+, Dobyns. Third Row: Duncan, Ferguson, Gaunlf, Gilberl, l-lamlel, Holder, Holmes, Hughes, Hundley. Fourfh Row: Kekhng, KeHy, MaxweH, McCoWey, McDondd, McMahan, MOH, Mowen O'Donnell. Fiflh Row: Quinn, Richler, Rose, Shook, Sims, Slewarl, Sumner, Valenline, Wilf. pi qappa H681 ,fwfr -2-if f - ae-Y' L .liaisons-L-iuasm-L ' L' :fir - Lfis-cuff,-' fi.'iwom-fi .,- :: f fig f ,merge f- , K gr-no-f', - ,navsfrz-ii, - r ' 1' Limo-.gg eo J'-:tqfabrauaf Znmsqeznsli,-1 faq ,f I . 3? x g TIIAI ' SUMTER FERGUSON MILTON MCDONALD TOM BARNETT . . GRESHAM BAYNE . STARKE CLINE . FRANK HOLMES . . SAM BARNES . BILL BEATTY .... HENRY BUREM . . A. B CRANWEIL CLAYTON CRAWLEY ALLAN ATKIN . . JOE BAKER . . . MARTIN BLACK WILLIAM BLACKWOOD , DOUGLAS BOLES JOHN BURCI-IFIELD WILLIAM CARNE . MIKE BUCHANAN TOMMY BURROUGHSA A ' DAVID DEVAULT . , RUSSEL DOBYNS . MILTON DEVAULV . f . f f MEMBERS . . ..... , . . . Knoxville .....,..,Daylon EST CLYDE W Cla . . Pelersburg . . . Norfolk, Va. . . . . , Memphis . . Worcesler, Mass. Cla . . Daylon , , Covinglon . , . . . Rogersville . .,,...,, Pikeville . . . , . , . . , Daylon HOWARD VALENTINE Cla . Knoxville . . . . . Knoxville . . . . , . Knoxville . . Soulh Porlland, Me. . . . . . . . . Flinl, Mich. , . . . . . . . . Sevierville . , . . .Alcoa JAMES GAUNTT ..... 'Law ss of ss ol ss of Class of . . . , Memphis . . . . McMinnville . . Amslerdam, N. Y. . . . . . . , Norlon, Va. . . .AmsIerdam, N. Y. WALTER WITT . . . , RAYMOND REED ..,. GRANVILLE SIMS . . . . ......... Tiplon 94l TED KELLY . . . M. B. MCMAHAN . . JACK STEWART ..., ROBERT SUFFRIDGE . . 942 WILLIAM HOLDER . . . ALBERT MOTT . . . WILLIAM O'DONNELL . ED ROLLINS .... WALTER L. ROSE . . , . . Washinglon, D. C. 943 FRANCIS Cl-IRISTIE . . HOLLIS DUNCAN . . CHARLES GILBERT . . BILL HAMLET . . VERNON INGRAM . E B. MCCONKEY .... TOMMY SHOOK . . . . . . . . . .I . Challanooga 944 JAMES KEISLING . . GENE MAXWELL . GEORGE MOWER . EDWIN QUINN ...., GUS RICHTER ....., . . . . . Norlon, Va. Smyrna, Ga. Murfreesboro . . Gallalin . Sevierville . . Elowah . . Knoxville McMinnville Norfolk, Va. . Nashville . Copperhill . . . Elowah . . . Alcoa . . Knoxville . Knoxville . . Memphis . , Memphis Madisonville . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Memphis Chalfanooga lf269fl Firsf Row: Allen, S. Beaman, T. Beaman, Brown, Burneffe, Byrd. Second Row: Carson, Carulhers, Cobb, Coleman, Dofy, Ferger, Hill. Third Row: Hirsbrunner, Jones, Magefle, Mauney, Mclvlillan, Parkinson, E. Pearce. Fourfh Row: J. Pearce, Peyer, Roberson, Ruggles, Ryerson, Snow, Sfeele. Fiffh Row: Sleffner, Tucker, Turner, Van Coll, Walker, Ware, Wyche. fr-'L+' - ' -- '--1 ---Y ----"'-f'-----ff-N1-gf--' N- --f-W nvgjf- f ---- - -M f gi--3 -rg pi iapioa l ' " Y- im' 1- isvfl 'f -.-,Q-L44 -H-10-1-r.r4Q .1"---'F-I--rg-ilrrfr --fTA'?a'-:X . '-- Y - - - - - - --if - - - 1 -A- ---.a -f iff--V . A .--V-V-,---f-Y ---f 7.1,-V f.---.v---V--V-,-.W---,,.Y-Wo-Two, ,--,W.,,.,.,,,,no. ,.,,,m,,5..Y- NWN , vw QQ, -x,x,w.,..4...-x,K,A ,ii-.. ..,-Y-..,,--.i.,i,-, ,.,,..-,?,,.,,4,..,,,,-,.s.-,gd VVVV, .wk -I-,-Y 1,-.,-X,-.,., - ,pXK,-v -3547 Y , Y i,w VAX, lf270J ii ls.. . Q y ' .K I lf? '?. l'?l'l'.fe. ,. I iw . 5 S X' fx: V 45. I 'O EDWARD S. BYRD , JOHN ARNOLD COBB CHARLES DANNER . WILEY C. PEYER . . HARRISON HORNE JAMES ED JONES, JR JOHN K. MAUNEY . J. W. CARUTHERS . JESSE COLEMAN . . HURBERT DOTY CHARLES HENDRIX . J. C. ALLEN . . . SCOTT BALDWIN . . GLENN BURNETTE . BILL CARSON . BUELL COX ,... HULBERT FERGER . , JR. GRADUATE STUDENT VAN DURSEN HARMS . . . . Flossmoor, Ill. I94I . . . . McKenzie WILLARD D. RICHARDSON . . Chailanooga GEORGE A. STEELE . . . . . . Challanooga JOHN L. TUCKER . . . . . . Chattanooga BEN WYCHE . . I942 . . . . Nashville KENNETH R. PARKINSON . . . . . . , Challanooga DAVID ROBERSON . . . . . , . ,.... Challanooga LEE L. RYERSON, JR. , . JOHN EMERY STEFFNER . ........ Chaffanooga I943 . . Challanooga FISHER MARTIN . .. Nashville RAY MCCLOUD . . . . . . . Old Hickory ED PEARCE , . . . . . , , . , Chaffanooga JARVIS PEARCE . . T JAMES SHOW . . . . . ...... Whilwell . . Elowah . Knoxville . Nashville . Knoxville . . Elowah Challanooga I944 TOM HIRSBRUNNER . . FRANK MAGETTE .. JACK RUGGLES . . CARL SHAW . MAX TURNER . J. C. WALKER . Casfalian Springs . . . Bulls Gap . . . . . Elklon I-Iallsboro, N. C. . Rosemark . . . . Elowah . . Challanooga . . . . Marfha . . . . . Knoxville . Telleco Planes . . . . Memphis , . . . Nashville . . Chaffanooqa . . . . Elowah . . , . Savannah .. Chattanooga . , Chaltanooga I271J Firsf Row: C. G. Allen, R. H. Allen, W. F. Andrews, Bailey, Binks, Boolhe, Bowen, J. R. Brooks, R. F. Brooks. Second Row: Broughlon, Bruce, Caldwell, Carey, Chamberlain, Childers, Coffin, H. B. Cook, S. E. Cook. Third Row: Coors, Crulchfield, Dickinson, Dosler, Hays, Heppel, J. Hickman, Hughes, Jell. Fourlh Row: Kenworlhy, Koella, Lane, Link, Lockell, McCallie, Mc:Cammon, McClellan, McLean. Fiflh Row: Mclylamee, Meeks, Murphy, Ohman, Prafer, Roberls, Roulon, Schulenberg, Sheals. Sixfh Row: Skaggs, Sledge, Smilh, Snipes, Sfagmaier, Sfone, Tackel, B. L. Taylor, W. B. Taylor, Thomas. Sevenfh Row: Thompson, Tinsley, Vaughan, John Wallace, J. A. Wallace, 6. M. Webb, R. W, Webb, While, Wilheringlon, Young. Slqmfi -.,+..,Y.., -,---.--- ..-.....,....,-,..---A-..,--.---N.s - .f ...M-.. A-.. ., N., --ex ., .za ..-J .' '-..vg-9,71 g., ,4...,:...1f,,- ef: .1 ,311 . .gfzflzgz-.1 .La 4:g'.g::.: 1:2 l272J e sion P G 'Cin aim . H- Y' all' S, LEN BROUGHTON . . A. C. MURPHY . R. H. ALLEN ..... ANTHONY FISHER . . WAYNE GRIGGS . . . A. R. MCCAMMON . . WILLIAM P. BINKS . . HENRY BOOTHE , . ROBERT BROCK . , , CLAUDE BURNETTE . ROBERT CARADINE . JAMES H. HICKMAN ROBERT MCCLELLAN CHESTER ALLEN . . . ROBERT ALLEN . . . WILLIAM F. ANDREWS' ' ROBERT ANDRIDGE . . T. G. BROWN ..... HUGH CAREY .... CRAIG CALDWELL . JOHN CHAMBERLAIN ROSS CHILDERS .,,. HECTOR COFFIN . SAM COOK ..... GEORGE COORS . . DON EDMISTON . OWEN HUGHES . PHIL HEPPEL . ., HOP BAILEY .... RICHARD BOWEN . JOHN BROOKS .. R. F. BROOKS . . . TED COOKE .... . TOM CRUTCHFIELD . LAWRENCE DOSTER . EUGENE FIELD .. . KENNETH HARE .... KENNETH HAGLER . MARK HAYS .... BUB HUBBELL . . . T , l , ,Aw-I., 1 Q' M E M B E R S i Law ' . . Knoxville WILLIAM SCHULENBERG . . .Memphis . . . Knoxville WILLIAM B. TAYLOR . . . . Dandridge Class of I94I . . Knoxville JACK MCINTIRE . . . , . Knoxville . . . . . . . . . . Jackson JAMES L. ROBERTS . . . . . Knoxville . . . . . . . . . .Humloolldf EDD SMITH . . . . . . . . .Lebanon . . . . , , . . . . Maryville FRANK THOMAS . . . . . . Columbia ROBERT WEBB .... .,.......,.... K noxville Class of I942 . . Challanooqia LARRY PARTRIDGE . , . Lenoir Cily . . . .Memphis BILLY S. ROUTON . . . . . . . Paris , . . Memphis POWELL SNIPES . . . . Knoxville . . Memphis SAM THOMPSON . . . Memphis . . . . . . . . . . Memphis MEEKS VAUGHN . . . . . . .Covinglon . . . . . . , , . . .Knoxville J. A. WALLACE . . . . . . ,Knoxville . . . . . . , . . . . Knoxville GEORGE WEBB . . . . . .Knoxville YEATMAN WHITE . . . ,......,... Springfield Class of I943 . . Memphis GEORGE JETT , . . Memphis . . Memphis SHEPHERD KENWORTHY . . . Memphis . . Memphis GEORGE LANE .... ..... M emphis . , Knoxville JULIAN LINK .,... .,.... K noxville . . Knoxville WILLIAM MATTHEWS . ..... Knoxville . . . . Memphis BILLY MEEK . . . . . . . . Birmingham, Ala, , . , , . Knoxville WILLIAM OHMAN . . . . . . . Memphis . . . . , Knoxville GEORGE PRATER . . . . . . Concord . Plainfield, N. J. ALBERT PARSONS . , . . . . Knoxville . . . . . Knoxville RALPH RANDOLPH . . . , . . Barileii . . . . Lebanon PAUL STAGMAIER . . . . Chalianooga . . . Memphis HALL TACKET . . ..., Memphis . . .... Midland, Fla. STANLEY TINSLEY .... , . . Knoxville . . ......,,. Memphis BILL WALKER ..... . .Columbia . . . ........ Memphis JOHN WALLACE . . . . Lewisburg JIMMY WITHERINGTON ...........,. Covingion Class of I944 . . . Knoxville RICHARD KOELLA . . , , Maryville . . . Knoxville ED LOCKETT . . . . Knoxville . . . Challanooga . . Knoxville . Beckley, W. Va. . . ,Chalianooga . . .Challanooga Niles Cenfer, lll. Indianapolis, Ind. . . , Memphis . . Chailanooga Briclgeporl, Conn. BEN TAYLOR ....... . JOHN McCALLlE . . JIMMY MCCRAVEY . DONALD MCLEAN . . . JOHN T. MCNAMEE . . ROSS PIERCE ..... JIM ROSS ..,... WILLIAM SKAGGS . DUNCAN SHEATS . . WILLIAM R. SLEDGE . . BILL STONE . .. ... . . . . . , Chattanooga . . . Knoxville ........KnoxviIIe .........KnoxviIIe . , . . . . LaGrange Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Pleasanl Ridge, Mich. .........KnoxvilIe ........Memphis . .... Memphis . . Chafianooga L273J Firsl Row: Acree, Anderlon, Auslin, Baird, Beene, Bohannah, Brichello, Clemenls, Conner, R. G. Conner. Second Row: R. H. Cooper, Davis, Dougherly, Earharl, Elgin, Emerson, Garrell, l-lickerson, l-looser. Third Row: Hubbs, Jones, Keller, Kelley, Knisley, Lockriclge, Magee, McAr'nis, E. B. McClanahan. Fourfh Row: J. W. McClanahan, McCravey, Mize, Okey, Ozier, I Parish, Phillips, Powers, Priesf. Fiflh Row: Richey, Riggins, Robinson, Sharp, Sheridan, Simpson, Slaplelon, Thornlon, Veazey. Sixfh Row: Venable, Von - Maurer, Weidman, Wilson, Wise, Womack, Worley, Wunderlich, Yarbro. ::ff:'11"'f':1ic22 -- Z:-' f'i'?7'-11?-.."-1' flzslvexcmzzzxf ' r -1-:: '1 -for ' '19-':',-1' aw:-1 -fffrgggfy :-,ilefr zf Q-lg: l274fl J .A , 'MQ MARSHALL F. PRIEST, JR. A. NELSON VENABLE, JR. ARTHUR M. ALLEN, II. . JAMES L. COLEMAN . , . RICHARD G. COOPER . . W. R. MIZE, JR. . . . WILLIAM F. BARNES . . GERVASE BARNHILL . . JOHN W. CONNER JR. ROBERT H. COOPER . , MEMBERS ...........Hun'ringdon ............KnoxviIIe Law WALTER G. WUNDERLICH . . Class of . . . . . Challanooga . . .Charlesfon, W. Va. . . . . . Johnson Cify , , . . . . . . . Sevierville ..........,Memphis ......Washinglon, D. C. ROBERT FOXX ...... GORDON J. WILDER, JR. . CHARLES E. WORLEY, JR . .....,...Memphis I94I JACK E. VEAZEY ..... ROBERT P. WHITE, JR. . . B. F. WOMACK . . JOHN JOSEPH WISE . . H. E. HARRIS . . . WILLIAM E. MCCRAVEY . . ..........KnoxviIIe Class of . . . . Knoxville . . Johnson Cily CHARLES H. DACHSEL . . . , . Memphis EDWARD M. DOUG-HERTY . . Knoxville WILLIAM W PARISH . . . . . .Jackson ROY E. WHITTAKER . . . . Knoxville LAWRENCE P. EARHART . . . Brislol Class of EDWARD C. ANDERTON . . . Knoxville J. LOGAN BAKER . . . . , . .Columbia LAWRENCE P. BRICI-IETTO . . Knoxville DANIEL C. CLEMENTS . . . . Knoxville WILFRED MCMILLAN DAVIS . . . .Knoxville LESTER S. ELGIN, JR. . . . . Knoxville CREED H. REAGAN, JR. . . . Chaffanooga WILLIAM P. HARRELL . . . . Morrislown Class of CECIL G. ACREE . . HENRY D. AUSTIN . CHARLES BAIRD . . . JAMES J. BEENE, JR. . . FRANK L. EMERSON . . A. B. HIBBARD, JR. . WILLIAM E. HOOSER VERNON CLEMENT KELLEYI M. REMINE KNISELY . . . GORDON L. MAGEE . JOHN W. McCLANAHAN JOHNNIE R. OZIER, JR. . . . . . . Nashville . . .Sfevenson, Ala. . . . Knoxville . , Challanooga . . . Nashville . . Knoxville . . Nashville . . . .Challanooga . . . Morrislown . . . . . Haddonfield, N. J. ............NashviIIe . . . Nashville THOMAS J. YARBROUGH I942 ROBERT KELLER .,... ARTHUR B. LYONS, JR . . . WILLIAM A, ANDERSON . . JOHN C. MQAMIS ..... LUTHER STAPLETON . . . HUGH N. WILSON . . . W. VAN THOMPSON . . I943 JOHNNY C. GARRETT, JR. . . . M. WRIGHT I-IICKERSON, JR. . DAVID R. HUBBS ..,.... GEORGE P. JONES, JR .... BEDFORD LOCKRIDGE .. EARL B. MCCLANAHAN . ROBERT M. OKEY .... PAUL L. RYAN .... I944 MAX PARTIN ,... THOMAS PHILLIPS ...., W. W. POWERS . . EDWARD MCCALL PRIEST . . PAUL LYON RICHEY . . . J. WALLACE RIGGINS ...... FRANK P. ROBINSON WILLIAM CALLOWAY SHARP, JR. . . SAMUEL R. SIMPSON, JR. JAMES CLARK THORNTON, JR. WILLIAM C. VON MAURER . - FRED WEIDMAN, JR. .... . . ......... Nashville . . Hunlingdon . . Bluff Cily . . . . Paris . . . Gallinburg . Murfreesboro Indianapolis, Ind. . , . . Knoxville . . . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Jackson . . Goodlellsville . . . Manchesler . . Greeneville . . Memphis . . Columbia . . Nashville . . Knoxville . . . . Knoxville Jacksonville, Fla. Morrislown, N. J. . . . . . Knoxville . . . Hunlingdon . . Knoxville . . . Nashville . . Greeneville . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Challanooga . . . Memphis . . Nashville I:275II Firsf Row: Alexander, Ash, Bacon, Balfhrop, Bauer, Beeler, Bingrnan, Buller. Second Row: Crawford, Dare, Ellis, Eubanks, Fields, Fly, Fredrick, Gilberl: Third Row: Hendrix, Hofer, Householder, Hughes, Kefauver, Killian, Kirk, Lawrence. Fourlh Row: Laws, Lay, London, Long, Luallen, McVeigh, Miner, Monfgomery. Fiffh Row: Moll, Parker, Paflon, Pauley, Pearson, Pilkinlon, Pounders, Rhodes. Slxlh Row: Rich, Smilh, Tafe, Tugwell, Weaver, Widner, Williams, Wood. l ' A ---gl J' ?, gl' -- 4"'J -- - Y ' r" - Q 1 Y Y ' -1,-'4QQ -2 v ',j, W L276J DUI rna'- :l:",' -iii J if -F'iGlFv - -1-B' ,- 5? Il as F3 ni W' I , Q . CECIL BUTLER ...... AUBREY ELLIS , ..... WILLIAM HOUSEHOLDER J. C. LAWS .... . . IRA LAY .,....... J. HUGH BAUER . . LLOYD BROOME . WILLIAM HOFER . PAUL HUGHES .... WILLIAM PARKER . . WILLIAM BALTHROP TED BEELER . . . . WILLIAM BROWN . . KYLE CROWTHER . WILLIAM EMORY . . JIM FLY .... . GEORGE FREDERICK . ALBERT HUST ..... TOM ASH ........ CLARENCE ALEXANDER RALEIGH BACON .... MATT BAKER . , . PAUL DORE .... HOYLE FIELDS . . . JAMES GILBERT . . . ROBERT HENDRICKS : FLOYD KEFAUVER . . WILLIAM KILLIAN . HOWARD KIRK .. PAUL LONG . . EUGENE PATTON . M E M B E R S Class of l94l . Pensacola, Fla. . . . .Halls . . Knoxville , .........,. Memphis , ..... . Knoxville ROBERT WEAVER . . . . . . Class ol I . Nashville . . . , . . . Knoxville .........Memphis . . . . . San Anlonio, Texas . . . ........ Nashville ROBERT WATROUS . . . ROBERT PEDIGO . . . JOHN TURNEY ..... SHELBY WARREN . . . . . . .Jacksonville, Fla. 942 THOMAS PAULEY . ELWOOD POWERS . ROBERT RHODES . . . EUGENE TATE .... . RICHARD WATROUS . . Knoxville Class of I . . Nashville . . Knoxville . , Knoxville . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . . . Nashville . . , . . . Nashville . Cleveland, Ohio 943 WENDELL LONG .... FRANK MCVEIGH , WILLIAM MONTGOMERY CHARLES MOTT ..... JAMES PEARSON . . CHESTER ROBERTSON . . THOMAS THOMPSON . WILLIAM TUGWELL . 944 I Class of I . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . MI. Pleasanf . . . . Knoxville . , Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . ,Knoxville . . Memphis . . Knoxville . . Knoxville , Nashville STEVE LAWRENCE . . DENNY LEDFORD . . WILLARD MARTIN . CLARENCE C. MINER . . LLOYD PILKINTON . . ROBERT POUNDERS . . ALBERT RICH ..,. JAMES TILLETTE . . . ROLAND WIDENER . . BUD WOOD . . . . HAROLD WILLIAMS . . ' . Knoxville . . . . Knoxville . .... Knoxville . . Jacksonville, Fla. . . . . Columbia . , Knoxville . Knoxville . . Memphis . . Knoxville . Knoxville . , . . . . Harriman Slafen Island, N. Y, .,.....Memphis . . . . . . Nashville . Buenos Aires, S. A. Oklahoma City, Okla. , . . . . .Columbia , Nashville . . Nashville . . Knoxville . , Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Nashville . Nashville . Nashville . . . . Knoxville . . . . Knoxville . MI. Vernon, III. . . . . Knoxville I277l Firsf Row: Agee, Brooks, H. L. Brown, J. E. Brown, Campbell, Cifers Drane, Evans. Second Row: Freeman, Foos, Gabriel, Ganlf, Good win, Haener, Harrison, Hayes. Third Row: Horlon, Hoyle, Hunl, King, Liflleiohn, Lowry, Lundy, McGee. Fourlh Row: Meyer, Milling son, Myers, Neil, Nicholas, Nicholson, Parnell, Palrick, Pelerson Fiflh Row: Powell, Quenichel, Roach, Roberfs, Rosser, Schlemmer Shafer, Shires, Smilh. Sixlh Row: M. Smilh, W. F. Smilh, Slanfield Taylor, While, Wilbanks, Wilkerson, Williams, Womack. slqmoi Y .-N,,x,.- V ,, Y NWY- W - -W-..-Q . - . L--V ,H-..,...,.f.,-...M-..-.-1.--:.:....1:.i.,....,.-.,k,. -g,-....,...c.. --N. -N. -.--...,.L,.,- ....-- .,-.,-H.-.-..... 1,1 -.,M, ......- - x - 1- , g.4.1:bjtLi.,1.4- -.,1-gifs: 21 ,i ...,,.T.1',F 4 -.,.T1i1:f 4Q1. -x 3 q-'gwri-iT:25z Qi.. :lg Q :LQQQAJ-I c.ci.i-Xxarj.-.12-::' r 1 122 AA. flkfefirefglim- --If "i11'2-if 'fi Q-ltizi-.:.....:Lf::1f,:,i. ,if ' :if- -:QM epsio 'ffsiikix -f"' Q E TS riff, V- " I1 M EM BERS Class of I94l HAROLD BROWN , . . Nashville AL NICHOLS . . ED CIFERS ...,. . . Kingsporl' H. C, PATRICK . . . JOHN DRANE . . . . . Barilelf JAMES OUENICHET . . GUY GOODWIN . Knoxville MAURICE ROACH . . MAXEY HUDDLESTON . . . , . Memphis ABE SHIRES . . . . DAVID HARRISON . ....,. Whilehaven HAROLD WHITE ...... . BILL LOWRY ..., . . Knoxville JIMMY WILBANKS .... . TAYLOR WOMACK .... .....,., A llanla, Ga. Class of I942 BILLY HUNT . . .Tellico Plains JIMMY KING- . . BILL HAYES . . . . . Knoxville ERWIN MEYER . . JOE HARTON . . . .Nashville CULLEY ROBERTS . Class of I943 JOE BROOKS . . .... Lexingion JACK HAENER . BILL EVANS . . . . . Quaniico, Va, BILL PETERSON . JOHN FREEMAN ......,.. Memphis PETE POWELL ..... CY GANTT .... ............ K noxville DAVID ROSSER ..... EARL TAYLOR ....... . .....,... Nashville Class of I944 OLIVER ASEE . . .... Knoxville DAN MCGEE .... , . J. E. BROWN . . . , .Chaflanooga ERNEST NEAL . . . . . DAYTON CAMPBELL . . . . .Chalfanooga TOMMY NICHOLSON . , JOHN FOOS .... ...... K noxville ARCHIE PARNELL . . PAUL GABRIEL . . . . . Richmond, Va. BILL SCHLEMMER . . CLEVE LITTLEJOHN . . ..... Memphis BOB SCHAEER . . . ERIC MILLINGTON . . ..,...... Knoxville FRANK SMITH .... . . NORTON MYERS . . ..... Bryson Cily, N. C. BUDDY WILLIAMS . . . . FRED WILKERSON .... ........... K noxville . . Nashville . . . Knoxville . . . Germanlown . . . . .Memphis Washinglon. D. C. . . . . .Memphis . . Memphis . . . Brislol . . . . Knoxville . . Whiiehaven . . Memphis . . . . . Memphis . . . . Decherd Smokemonl, N. C. . . . , Memphis . . Forresl' Hills .. Knoxville . . . Knoxville . . Walls Bar . . Memphis . . . Knoxville . . .Savannah lf279fI ,.qf 1 1 if '? ,f 1 Auf? 'W ' if 1 WW , ..,, , A , ,V , M" law. ,ff J ff? X W " W i f f f V,,A ,X 1 X fl 1,-,f ' , 1' Q I iff f ,ff ..r"- . 'Sam , was SARA HINTON II I VICE-PRESIDENT BEVERLY FISCHER Kappa Delia Composed ol Iwo members from each sororily on The I-lill, The Pan-I-lellenic: Council sels up sororily rules ancl laws ol rushing and slrives lo promole, belief cooperalion among The sororilies. LOUISE LANDESS ROSE MARTIN BARBARA REAGAN DORIS SMALLMAN Della Della Delia Sigma Kappa Zefa Tau Alpha Alpha Della Pi Zefa Tau Alpha EVELYN BARRETT Phi Mu 5 54 2 MARION CALIQWELL ANNE LEE CARDEN CATHERINE DAUGHERTY ANN DAUGHTRY Della Zefa Phi Mu Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Omicron Pi as QS If282J SECRETARY WILLENA LEACH TREASURER MARGARET BETTY GILLESPIE PRESIDENT MARY RUTH BIBB Delfa Zefa Chi Omega Della Della Della BETTY FIPPIN EUGENIA FRANKLIN Sigma Kappa Alpha Delia Pi OFFICERS BEVERLY FISCHER . WILLENA LEACH ....... MARGARET BETTY GILLESPIE . . MEMBERS ' EUGENIA FRANKLIN . .. . BARBARA REAGAN .... CATHERINE DAUGI-IERTY . ANN DAUGI-ITRY ...... MARGARET BETTY GILLESPIE . MARY Tl-IORNBURGI-I . . . ROSE MARTIN . . . DORIS SMALLMAN . . SARA HINTON . . MARY RUTH BIBB . . ACLEO JANE THOMPSON . , BEVERLY FISCHER . . . ANNE LEE CARDEN . EVELYN BARRETT . . BETTY FIPPIN . . . LOUISE LANDESS . WILLENA LEACH . . MARION CALDWELL . . CLEO JANE THOMPSON MARY THORNBURGH Kappa Delia Chi Omega I283l MARY RUTH BIBB . ..... . . . . Presicleni . Vice-Presicleni . . Secreiary . . Treasurer . Alpha Della Pi . Alpha Delia Pi Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Omicron Pi . . Chi Omega . . . Chi Omega Zela Tau Alpha . Zela Tau Alpha Della Delia Della Della Della Delia . , Kappa Della . . Kappa Delia , . . . Phi Mu . , . . Phi Mu . Sigma Kappa , . Sigma Kappa . 4 Della Zefa . Della Zela Firsl Row: Bibee, Buland, Carr, Colvin, Cranwell, Daniel, Dickey, Erwin, Ford, Fowlkes. Second Row: Fraley, Franklin, Frye, George, Goodrich, Gray, A. Harvey, C. l-larvey, Chrisline, Herringlon. Third Row: l-lunf, Johnson, Jones, Kummer, Kupfer, Lay, Lindsey, Marlin, McBalh. Fourlh Row: Morrison, Morris, Neil, Newby, Oakes, Parker, Phillips, Picl-zell, Pierce. Fiflh Row: Poole, Reagan, Reed, Reeder, Ribelin, Richards, Rogers, R. ' Rownlree, L. Rownrree. Sindh Row: Shoukel, A. Smifh, C. Smilh, F. Smilh, Tipfon, Waller, Walers, Wells, Young. - l F2841 'Q -f.,. I n-ef.' -iirei-IP4'-4' Y ' --1h-P'-P-:lf- W -D1-4'-1' - ---" ' J'-F - ' "'-" --' E-F-2-21119-1-:F ,fr - - ' Etna.. , --f - ,EP-91717 - jun-4 W ' Y' ,nh-t ,f , , ' Pitt: -5' ia: , H ,mtqe ' ,-,Jung-..x,' Y igng if,l-f ,4,1q,lY, ,a:f4m, 'kms 5. -w ,L 11.1. pzags, I LOUISE FORD .... DOROTHY HATCHER , HELEN HUNT ..... MARY LOUISE KUPFER . MARY JAMES LINDSEY . FLORINE BIBEE ...., SARA FRANCES CALVIN MARY JEAN CLACK , . . MARY BETH CRANWELL FLORENCE DANIEL . . WANDA ERWIN . . . EUGENIA FRANKLIN . WYNN JONES .... NETA LAY ..., JANET MARTIN . HELEN BULAND ...,. MARY FRANCES DICKEY LADY GRAY ....... LILLIAN NEWBY . . JLJNE CARR . . . ANN FAULKES . . . VIRGINIA FRY . . . JACKIE GOODRICH , . ANN HARVEY .... FAY SMITH . MEMBERS Class of l94l . Knoxville , Knoxville Tiplonville Knoxville . Camden Class of , Brisfol . Knoxville . Knoxville . Pikeville . Knoxville , Memphis . Knoxville . . Norris . Knoxville . Knoxville Cla ss of , . SI. Pelersburg, Fla. LYLE WALTER DORIS WATTS Knoxville Knoxville . Knoxville Class of Knoxville . Waverly . Knoxville Memphis Knoxville DORIS MCAFEE . . . ALMENA PARKER . . MARY LOUISE PHILLIPS JUDITH RICHARDS . . . ALIX SMITH ....... . . , . . . Searsporl, Me. I942 ' MARY ANN MORRISON NORMA RIBELIN . . . WILMA ROGERS .... LUCY ROWNTREE . . . DOROTHY SHANKEL . . CHARLENE SMITH .... KATHERINE THORNTON FLORENCE TIPTON . . MARY LOUISE WATERS . DOROTHY YOUNG .... I943 VIRGINIA POOLE . . JEAN REEDER ..... BARBARA REAGAN . . DOROTHY ROWNTREE . . . . . . . . Knoxville I944 ELIZABETH HERRINGTON BETTY MCBATH ,.... ANN NEIL . . . BETTY JANE PICKLE . . JUNE REED . . , , . . ..... . Knoxville . . Knoxville . Knoxville . . Knoxville . Knoxville . . Knoxville Brisiol Greenwood, S. C. . , . Knoxville . Knoxville . . . . . Brislol . . .Challanooga . . . . Hunlsville, Ala. . , . . Dyersburg . . . Sevierville , Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . Knoxville . Knoxville . Knoxville . Knoxville . Knoxville . Knoxville . Memphis I285Il Firsf Row: Allen, Ashe, Baer, Baker, Behnke, Boswell, Brandau, Collins Second Row: Curry, Daugherfy, Daughfry, Dicks, Early, Edmunds, Evans Ewell. Third Row: Gabriel, G-albrailh, Grainger, M. Greer, S. Greer Hamilfon, Hooker, Horner. Fourfh Row: Kincaid, King, Lady, Link, McEwen Miller, D. Moore, J. Moore. Fiffh Row: Neil, Nelson, Newman, Osborne Perdue, Powers, Reece, Reeves. Sixfh Row: Sfromquisi, Sumner, Swann Tucker, Wade, Wilkerson, Wilson, Word. .lpl ...V .- f., A-A..--V, ....-A-, -.-.,,....-,.-.fa ,Y .s.,.. .-, , ,,..-HN. .. . 'W :..1'a..,f4f',f:f... . , w-31, ,g:e,,.:,. ff g.,.-,. 4 , 4-.. V ,.,.- V. -..M ,, M, ,Y .,,-Y...,,-,-, ,,, .r R' ' x l286l omicron BEVERLY BAER ....., CAYE BEHNKE ..., . CATHERINE DAUGHERTY ANN DAUGHTRY ...,. MARY WYATT GALBREATI-I MARTHA LADY ...,. MARYDEL BOSWELL . , JULIA EARLY . . . CLARICE EVANS . . . E xx A MARY NELL GREER . 'W' As 'A SARAH GREER ...E Muff - .A - 5i."5? ii - QT:-L' -my 9. vi' 1 :SMI . 'fi -" U s Q -Q bi! L. 4. Q MARGARET BACON . ANN ELIZABETH BAKER VIRGINIA BRANDAU ,. JANE FOSTER ,.... JANE HAMILTON , , NANCY HORNER . . RUTH LINK .... MARY EVELYN ALLEN . HELEN ASHE ...... RUTH COLLINS . NANCY CURRY . . JANE DICKS . , IRENE EDMUNDS GERTRUDE EWELL . ELIZABETH GABRIEL . EMILY GRAINGER . . pi MEMBERS Class of l94l . Knoxville , . Knoxville , , . . . Knoxville . . . . Allanla, Ga. . . . . Galbreafh Springs . . . , .Greeneville JULIA ROSS NEIL , KATHERINE NEWMAN MARY OSBORNE . , , EDWINE POWERS . . . RHODA WHITE . . RUTH WORD . . Class of l942 . .Greenwood, Miss. . . . . . . Knoxville . . . Tullahoma . Knoxville . Knoxville EMILY KING , , . BEAUMONT MILLER . MARY REESE .... EDNA SWAN . SALLY WADE . Class of I943 . . Challanooga . . . Bolivar . . . Knoxville . , Challanooga . . . Knoxville . . Morrislown . . Knoxville Class of . . Greenville, S. C. . , , . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . . Knoxville . . Chalfanooga . . . . . . . Knoxville . . . , . Knoxville Waynesboro, W. Va. . . . . . . Knoxville BETTY PAXTON . PEGGY RASH . . EVELYN REEVES . . POLLY TATUM . , , FRANCES TUCKER . MADELINE WILKERSON BETTY WILSON , . . 944 SUE HOOKER ...,. CHARLOTTE KINCAID ELIZABETH MCEWEN . DOROTHY MOORE ,. JOAN MOORE . . LAURA NOEL . . BELLE PARDUE . . EDITH 'SUMNERS . . ANN STROMOUIST ., . . . . . Columbia Lillle Rock, Ark. . ..... Columbia . . . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . . Knoxville , . Johnson Cily . . , Gallalin , . , Dandridqe . Trenron , . . Knoxville . . . . Clinlon . Salinas, Calif. . . . Knoxville . . . . . Ripley . Challanooga . . , Knoxville . , Memphis . . Knoxville . . Nashville . . Knoxville . Knoxville . . Memphis . , Gallalin , . . Ridgely , Challanooga I287l Firsf Row: Arnold, Ashe, Ayres, Baumann, Beaman, Bibb, Brehm, Brown, Carmichael. Second Row: Carson, Childs, Clemens, Craddock, Craig, Curder, Cunmngham, Daml, Davk, Edwards Thhd Row: Egedon, Ham, Elgin, Elrocl, Emerl, Enochs, Evans, Everell, Fonde, Fousl. Fourlh Row: Fowler, Fox, Frierson, Gillespie, Gleaves, Griffin, Handley, Howard, Hufchi- son, Keener. Fifth Row: Lady, McCallie, J. McCready, P. McCreacly, Monlgomery, Morgan, Osborne, Ofkin, Palferson, Perkins. Sixfh Row: Phillips, Plunkell, Polk, Posl, Quinn, Ragsdale, Ray, Sevier, Sleele, Thomas. Sevenfh Row: Thornburg, Timmons, Tribble, Vanden,.Webb, Whaley, Williams, Wood, M. Woodward, S. Woodward. lf288l ,Z ,,.,4 ., Ume 95 E - . N, 10" Q, , X J e. 1 5 402, ,bf v-Linux, E - ,--5177" -41-1 - , T -..W ,.. '-,T 1-Gees -'W 15: Jfueffr , M-ee: :-ifff -:F --U, -e-we-.a:,,, JOSEPHINE CARMICHAEL . LINDA CARSON . . . , MARY CARWAY . . . . , , PATSY CURRIER , . . . . PAULINE LINDSEY DAVIS . . MARDITE EDWARDS . . . , LAVERNE EMERT ....... BARBARA FOUST . MARY ALLISON FRIERSON MARGARET BETTY emsspie ' KITTY GLEAVES ....... HELEN HOWARD ..., HELEN HUTCHINSON . CHARLOTTE BEAMAN . ALICE JEAN BREHM . INEZ CLAYTON . . . FRANCES ELAM , . MARGIE ELGIN , LOIS ELROD . LOUISE ENOCHS ..... MARGIE EVANS MARGERY JANE EVERETT . FAY GRIFFIN . .,... . ISABEL ASHE . LAURA BAUMANN . REBEKAH BROWN . SUSAN BUCHANAN . , HELEN CHILDS POLLY CUNNINGHAM . HELEN DARST .,.. LAL-RA EGERTON . RODDY ARNOLD . CONNIE AYERS . ..., . VIRGINIA BIBB . . . . CAROLINE CLEMENS LADY MARGARET CRADDOCK M EM BERS Class of l94l Knoxville Knoxville . .Jackson, Miss. . . Paris Liille Rock Ark. . . , .Clarksville Maryville Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Memphis Knoxville Knoxville SARA MORGAN MARTHA JEAN OSBORNE EMILY OTKIN . RACHAEL PATTERSON . PETE PIERCE ...,. FLOY PLUNKETT , . , MARGARET POST . . . BARBARA RULE .... ELOISE RAGSDALE DOROTHY JEAN SEVIER ,- DANA WEBB , ELIZABETH WILLIAMS , . NANCY VANDEN . . Class of l942 , Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Jackson Knoxville . Rulherford ,,Hu nfingdon Knoxville Corinth, Miss. Washinglon, D. C. Sl. Pefersb EDITH CRAIG . . ............ . . FRANKIE FONDE . . . . . SARAH WOODW Class of Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville urg, Fla. Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Class of Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Memphis Knoxville Knoxville ARD . GERTRUDE HANDLY . . . PEGGY MCCREADY . MARTHA MONTGOMERY I-IORTENSE PERKINS . . . MILDRED POLK ..... RUTH RAY . MARY THORNBURGH . . GENE TIMMONS .... PEGGY TRIBBLE . MARY WOODWARD . . 943 BETTY FOX . . AUGUSTA HOYLE .... LAURETTA KEENER MARJORIE MCDONALD HELEN MCCALLIE ..,. JACKIE STEELE . . BARBARA THOMAS . FRANCIS OUINN . 944 BETTY FOWLER , JEWEL LADY . . JANET MCCREADY . . BETTY PHILLIPS . MARGARET WEBB . . MARTY WHALEY ..., ADELE WOOD . , . . Knoxville . , . ,Wilson, Ark. . . , Knoxville . . Greenwood, Miss. . . . Knoxville , , Jackson, Miss. . . Liflle Rock, Ark. , . . Knoxville , . . . . . Knoxville . , Memphis , . Hoi Springs, Ark. . . . Cleveland . . Miami, Fla. , , , . Jackson . ..,. Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Clarksdale, Miss. . Brookhaven, Miss. . . . . . Knoxville . . . . . Memphis . . . . .Knoxville Grand Junclion For? Lauderdale, Fla. . . Knoxville . . Orlando, Fla. . . , Cleveland . . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . , Knoxville . . . . Ripley . Knoxville . Maryville . Knoxville , Knoxville , Knoxville . . Memphis . Knoxville , Knoxville Knoxville l2891 Firsf Row: Adams, Banks, Bibb, Bourlcard, Bowman, Braylon, Brell Burnelfe, Caldwell. Second Row: Campbell, Chamberlain, Clemenls Crumpler, Doughly, Dyer, Fowler, G-arfh, Hall. Third Row: Harde man, Harris, Haynes, Hickerson, Hinfon, Jackson, Key, Maher, McLaughlin, Fourfh Row: Meclaris, H. Moore, L. Moore, Murphy, Norvell, Orr, F. Parker, L. Parker, Phillips. Fiflh Row: Phillips, Por? wood, Praler, Priesl, Ralslon, F. Richard, H. Richard, H. Roberls P. Roberls. Sixlh Row: Roberfson, Robins, Robinson, Ruffin, Russell Sisk, Srnilh, A. Sulherland C, Sufherland. Sevenfh Row: Travis Tuflle, Walker, websier, While, wfia, Wilkins, woods, wfighil ...lm .l.l.. lZ9OfI I z 'ips S ' syn J A5 , , - ole la JANE ADAMS 4... MARY D. CAMPBELL . . VIVIAN DYER , . . DORIS HARDEMAN . . ELEANOR HARRIS . . MERLE KEY . . . ERNESTINE NORVELL . . ELIZABETH ORR . , . LUCILLE PARKER , . EVELYN BANKS . MARY RUTH BIBB . . EDNA BOWMAN . . . EDNA BRAYTON .... ASTRID BRETT . . HELEN CHAMBERLAIN . KITT DOUGHTY . . SARA BETTY FOWLER . MARY KATE GARTH ELIZABETH Hicicsasolsl PEGGY ROBERTS , . DOROTHY JACKSON . . MARIE BOURKARD . . HARIET CALDWELL . . . MARGARET HAYNES . , . itf, iQ iiili' MEMBERS Class of l94l , . Knoxville , . , .Tiplonville . . , Greenville . . . Hendersonville . , Tiplonville . . Philadelphia, Miss. . . . . . Tracy Cily . . . . . Columbia . . Knoxville MARGARET PORTWOOD . . DORIS RUSSELL . . . , . LUCELLA SMITH .... LUCILLE STULTZ .... MARY LYNN TRAVIS . . GENE TUTTLE . . . MARY BETTY WHITE . MARGARET WOODS . . BARBARA WRIGHT . . . Wesl Class of I942 . . Clarksdale, Ark. . . Knoxville . . Carrolllon, Ill. . . . . Dyersburg . . . . Knoxville . . . Knoxville . . Greeneville . . Knoxville . , . Alhens, Ala. . . Manchesler . Palmer . . . Dyer Class ol . .Deer Lodge . . Knoxville . , .Tiplonville -CATHERINE IVICLAUGHLIN . ......... Knoxville LENOKE MOORE ...... . Cleveland ALAIRE WILKINS . .... . Class of RINDA BURNETIE . . . Knoxville SARA CLEMENTS . . DOT CRUMPLER , . CHARLOTTE HALL . . SUSIE MAHER . . , Knoxville . . . . . . . . . Dyersburg . . . . ,... Maryville . Knoxville MARTHA ANN WEBSTER . CELDON MEDARIS . . HELEN MOORE . . . BETTY ANN MURPHY . . FELICIA PARKER .... ANN POTTER ..... SARA LOUISE PRATER . . ALICE PRIEST ,.,.. HELEN RICHARD . . . HARIET ROBERTS . . . ELINOR ROBINS . . . . VIRGINIA RUFFIN . . ANN SUTI-IERLAND . . 943 MARY LOUISE PHILLIPS . . ALICE RALSTON . . . . MARY ELIZABETH ROBINSON ...,. ELEANOR SHUEY ..,. . . . DOROTHY WILD . . . ..... Norlh . . . . Ponchalula, La. 944 MARGARET PHILLIPS , FRANCES RICHARD . . DOROTHY SISK . CAROLYN SUTHERLAND , BILLIE GRACE WALKER . . .... Knoxville . . . Knoxville . . Brownsville . . Harlan, Ky. . . . Erwin Marlin . . . Biloxi, Miss. . . . Biloxi, Miss. Lewisburg Beach, Fla. Palm . . Clinlon . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Crossville . . Knoxville . . I-lunlinqdon . . . . Knoxville Palmer Indianapolis, Ind. . . Memohis . . . . Knoxville . . Union Cily Middlesboro, Ky. . . . . Knoxville Knoxville Charleslon, S. C. . . Knoxville , . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Milan L291J Firsf Row' Armslrong Bailey Caldwell Carfhron Dowling Second Row' Givens Harris, Kelly Leach, Nicely. Third Row. Reynolds Spicer, Sfrong l i Thomafl. TibbS. Wallalze. I I S XIX l l2921 l i l i l i i i 1 Zeta 5 'Q W, i Jazzy. flillml H 1: .xii L '- ,Wi-fig- ' 515291 --Ag-L-ir:?3z:n4:-' 'nf-Q ,AJND-alt. L-J-Q-:ilu T'lr-utr: Ln-cr- -...nll:z',-,-.sq-is ,-L- ,Sqn-annul! :fl M E M B E R S Graduafe LUCILLE BUXTON ...., . . Lancing Class of I94I BILLIE DOWLING . . Knoxville ESTIE REGISTER . . . . Camden EVELYN KELLY . . ........ Oakdale EDNA STRONG . . . . . Big Sfone Gap, Va. BERTIE THOMPSON . . ....... Oneida Class o 942 BILLIE KATE CLARK . . . Winclnesler WILLIE RUTH NICELY . . . Alcoa WILLENA LEACH . . . Somerville MILDRED THOMAS . . .McKenzie Class o 943 LILA JANE ARMSTRONG . , . Knoxville PAULINE GIVINS , ST. Louis, Miss. JANE BAILEY ..... . Marion, Ala, EVONNE GRAY ..... . . Knoxville MARION CALDWELL . . . Knoxville VIRGINIA MARIE KING . . . CI1aHanooga HELEN CONGER . . ....,., Miami, Fla, IMOGENE PILLEAUX . . . . . . Heiskell JACOUELINE SPICER .....,.. Elizabelhlon Class of 1944 DORIS COTHRAN . . . .Knoxville MARTHA GAINES REYNOLDS . . Concord ANN HAMPTON . . ........ Knoxville DORIS TIBBS ,...... . . Knoxville EDNA WALLACE . . . . . . Knoxville 12931 Firsl Row: Ailor, Belcher, Black, Brewer, Brown, Caldwell, Canlerbury, Chapin. Second Row: Clarke, Dail, Davis, Paul, Fischer, Fraser, Freeman Fulghum. Third Row: Galloway, Gernl, Godfrey, Grubbs, Hall, l-laney, Haynes, Howell. Fourlh Row: Hussey, Keirnl, Killebrew, Kirby, Koonlz, Lee, Lewis, Mosely. Fiffh Row: Newman, OST, Pickens, Roberlson, Shulls, Smifh Snow, Sullivan, Sullon. Sixfh Row: C. Thompson, J. Thompson, Thurston Weilancl, Wilborn, Wilkinson, Williams, M. L. Wilson, M. M. Wilson. ies-'1.ms---W,1l:zff?.'i-?.'i9e:.-' 'X f-ef' ' f.f-zaqsl?-L' Y- Jumgff.F-:m+if? - -we - f -- ' , -iggl..:c,-.!a1ilLi.r,.mll,f.L:,. mm.i T1.4munQLa.: L Lf1x:..-..:ng-:sums - . ..-..nsl:.,-fffA-J' -- qappa l294fl Isl.. V , iv... , l I nj: flag! A I f 1 me s M ,f ff 2, 1 if 4-1 f ff ff f ,f -' U , ,, wwe J , 2 I 'W ' W 1 lf I fig i-pour, 1m5h-1-4 L 1-, W fi., .lufwf In Klxlggf -v f ,Ls- VH- 535 EVELYN BELCI-IER . . GENE BLACK .... CHARLOTTE BROWN EMMA CLARKE . . . BEVERLY FISHER . . THEO AILOR ,,.. FRANCES CALDWELL HELEN FAUT ,... BARBARA FORD . . ELIZABETH eoorraexi ' CLARA GRUBBS . . . ERNESTINE HANEY . DOROTHY I-IAYNES , MARGARET ATKINS JULIA BROWN . . . HARRIET CHAPIN . . ANNA JEAN DAVIS BETTY JO FRASER . . . . . GLORIA KEIRN . . . VIRGINIA BLAIR . . M E M B E R S Gracluale HARVYE LEWIS , . ,........ . . Ruslon, La. Class of l94I . . . Memphis LOUISE GALLOWAY . . . . Knoxville . . Murfreesboro LUCILLE HOWELL . . . ..... Knoxville . . . Johnson Ciiy MATTYLE LEE ....,... . . Leland, Miss. . . Savannah, Ga. BILLIE MOSLEY ........ . . . Maryville . . . . Knoxville JUDITH ANN WILKINSON . . . Knoxville Class of I942 . . . . Knoxville VIRGINIA HUSSEY . . Knoxville . . . . . Knoxville REBECCA MARTIN . . . . . , Bemis 4 . Gulfporl, Miss. BETTY ANN ROWLS . . , . Memphis . . . . . Knoxville MARIE ROBERTSON . . . . Knoxville . . . . Knoxville CAROLYN SULLIVAN . 4 . . Germanlown . .Johnson Cily CLEO JANE THOMPSON . . Knoxville . . . , . , . Ripley, Miss. JEWELL THOMPSON . . . Knoxville . . . . . . . . . Knoxville FRANCES WEILAND . , , . Nashville MARY LINDA WILSON ............. Fayelleville Class of I943 . . Knoxville META KILLABREW , . . .Clarksville . . . Knoxville BARBARA NEWMAN . ...... Knoxville . . . . . .Greeneville JOYCE SHULTS . . . . . . . . , . Knoxville , .....,. Harriman Forl Lauderdale, Fla. ..........Alcoa WILLODENE WILBORN Class of I . . . .Ouincy, Fla. JEAN BREWER . . , ...... '. Knoxville I-IENRIETTA CANTURBERRY . ........ Knoxville JEAN DAIL ........, . . Winlerville, N. C. BETTY FREEMAN ..... ......... - . Knoxville MARION GERNT . . ............. Allarcll CLAIRE WILLIAMS ..... . FRANCES SNOW , , . . . MARTHA SUTTON . . . . . VIRGINIA THURSTON . . . ....... Memphis 944 BETTY HALL ...... MARY KIRBY . .... . RUTH ANN KOONTZ . . JANICE OST . . . .,. IVA PICKENS ....... BOBBIE SMITH ........ .........Memphis . .Charlesl'on, Mo. Johnson Cily, Tenn. . . . . . Memphis . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Memphis . . Memphis . . Seymour . . Knoxville If2951 Firsf Row: Adkins, Allen, E. H. Barrell, H. T. Barrell, Bingham, Biffle, Bowman, Boyd, Brighf, Brown. Second Row: Bush, Carden, Carroll, Chesney, Creech, Dungan, Eberly, Edelmann, Evrard. Third Row: Gleason, Gregory, Hayes, Hill, Holl, Huffman, Inman, Johnson, Kennedy. Fourfh Row: Layman, Lowry, Mason, McGuire, Molleson, Parroff, Pelfy, Plyley, Porlrum. Fiflh Row: K. B. Pryor, M. A. Pryor, Ramsey, Roberls, Rogers, Salley, Sawyer, Shedd, Swoope. Slxlh Row: Thompson, Vaughn, Weaver, While, Whilfle, Wilson, M. W. Wrighf, R. C. Wrighf, Wyrick. I E2961 THU 6 :W A er 4'-,A I 1. . 2, 5 ff ,ww , ii z' ' fan f N f 649 ' V' 4 I ff 6 Z g V. S , ,f ni-' r sff.M,,,.,f7 , ,TLT ,T 7i' - Q?:",,T -. -f ' f: v f vT A 7-JL L-ill, M E M B E R S Graduale PAT KENNEDY . . . ....... . . Knoxville Class of I94I ANNE BINGHAM . . . Knoxville CHARLOTTE MCGUIRE . . ..., Knoxville FRANCES BOYD . . . . . Henderson MARY NELL PARROTT . 4 Slrawberry Plains ANNE LEE CARDEN . . . . . Clinlon CLARA PRYOR ....... . . . Sequalchie HELEN CREECH . . . . Knoxville FLOSSIE SUE ROBERTS . . , Abingdon, Va. HILDA DUNGAN . . . . Knoxville MARTHA MOORE SWOOPE Columbus, Miss. ANGELA GLEASON . , . . Knoxville OLLIE MAE THOMPSON . .... Knoxville KATHLYNN GREGORY . , Knoxville LOIS WEAVER ..... . . Knoxville LOIS ANN INMAN . . ........., Knoxville RUTH WRIGHT ...., , . Knoxville MARILYN LOWRY . . ,.......... Knoxville JANE WHlTTLE ...... . . Knoxville ANITA WILSON ....,.........,,.. Knoxville Class of I942 EVELYN BARRETT . . . . .Shelbyville MILDRED HAYS , . . . .Lewisburg MARY JEAN BUSH . , . . Clinlon JEAN HILL . ,. . . Knoxville BERNICE BRIGHT . . .... Knoxville HELEN HUFFMAN . . , Knoxville HARTLEY BARRETT . . . .Challanooga LOUISE SALLEY . . . . Knoxville Class of I943 OLIVE BIDDLE . . . Knoxville HILDA PLYLEY .... . . Vanore BETTY BROWN . . . Knoxville ANNETTE RAMSEY . . . . . Sneedville PEGGY EBERLY . , . Knoxville CHARLENE VAUGHN . . . . Knoxville EVELYN HOLT . . , , Knoxville MARY WRIGHT .... . . Knoxville Class of I944 FRANCES ADKINS . . , . Allanla, Ga. ANNE MOLLISON . . . , Ifllaca, N. Y. THURZA ALLEN .... . .AI'lanla, Ga. HELEN PETTY . . . . . Knoxville MARGIE BOWMAN . . . . . Harriman MARY PRYOR .... . . Sequalchie MARTHA CARROLL . . . . Fayelleville ISABEL PORTRUM . . . . Rogersville MARGARET CHESNEY ..,. Knoxville JANE RODGERS ..... . . . Knoxville MARGARET EDELMANN . .Aflanla, Ga. MARY LOU SAWYER . . . . . Lynchburg MARY ELIZABETH EURARD . . . . . Knoxville DOROTHY SHEDD . . . . .Challanooge MARY ELIZABETH JOHNSON . . . Knoxville LOIS WHITE , . . . . . Knoxville VIRGINIA LAYMAN . . . . Knoxville JEAN WYRICK , . . .Carringlon LZ97Ql First Row: Alexander Callaway, Clayfon, Cook, Draper. Second Row: Ely Erwin, Fippln Gufhrie, Hays. Third Row' Johnson Klzer, Landers Leopold br l 1 Lynn. FourfhIRow: Oufler, Peak, RaulsTon,'WeilmanI, Wingo. I I S 1 - I I I H981 U W N R N qeppe 3315, eifsp sb CSN FRANCES CLAYTON JUANITA DRAPER . BETTY FIPPIN . . CHARLOTTE GUTHRIE JEWELL ALEXANDER POLLYANNA ELY . BETTY LOU KIZER . PEGGY CALLAWAY MARY JANE COOK . MARY LOUISE ERWIN M E M B Class of . Lenoir Cify . . Knoxville . . Knoxville Class of . Poniofoc, Miss. Class of . . Maryville . . Knoxville . . Knoxville ERS I94l LOUISE LANDESS . . MARGARET LEOPOLD SARA LEE PEAK . . l942 CAROLYN JOHNSON I943 MARGARET OUTLER . GLADYS RAULSTON RUTH WULEMAN . Class of I944 . Maryville . . Knoxville .....,...Knoxville ANNABELLE WINGO EVELYN HAYS. . . ASTRID JOHANEN . DOROTHY LYNN . . . . . .S+u+'rgar+. Ark. , . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Clinfon . . Sweelwaier . . Knoxville . .. Maryville Powell Sfaiion . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Knoxville I2991 Firsl' Row: Adams, Agee, Allen, Brown, Campbell, Carler, Cummins, Chandler, Garner. Second Row: Griffin, Hale, Hardin, Hill, Ledgerwood Lee, Lel-larcly, Lowe. Third Row: Lusk, Marlin, Mafhews, Mauney, McGvehee: E. McTeer, M. McTeer, Parker. Four'l'h Row: Pallishell, Perry, Phillips, Regan Russell, Slcellon, Slallen, Smallman. Fiflh Row: R. Smallman, Smilh, Sum milf, Tiplon, VanCleave, Whealley, Wingale, Wright Zeta lau IQSOOJ l K L.:-Qqiav -1 H Ill. Yf:1'l0?' -A-if Y- 'T' I S -42 '. as. . 1 :VI 19.3 - JANE VAN CI.EAVE . EDITH GARNER .... MARY FRANCES LEE . LILLIAN LOWE I . . ROSE MARTIN .... ELIZABETH MATTHEWS ELEANOR MCTEER .... MARY ADAMS ..... CAROLYN AGEE . . . HELEN LEDGERWOOD CARLOTTA CHANDLER DORIS CUMMINS . . JEANNE GRIFFIN . . . MARTHA ALLEN . . ALINE BROWN .... VIRGINIA CAMPBELL MILDRED CARTER DOROTHY HALE . . BILLIE HARDIN ,. MEMBERS Class of . Chapel Hill . . . Trimble . . . Pikeville . . . . Eagleville . . -Raleigh, N. C, . . , . Knoxville . Knoxville Class of . , LaFolleIle . ........., LaFolIelIe ..........,..KnoxviIIe CHARLOTTE TIPTON ..,. , Class of . . Knoxville ..........KnoxviIIe ..........NashviIIe ELIZABETH REGEN . . . Class of . , Rutherford . . LaFolIeHe , . . Knoxville . . . Memphis .........Kingspor'f .,,....,..Lexinglon EVELYN WRIGHT .... 94I MARGARET PHILLIPS . . WILLIE RUSSELL . F. , SARA SKELTON ...,, KATHERINE SLATTEN . . NORMA SMITH .... CAROLINE SUMMITT . . LINDA WINGATE . . . 942 ELAINE MAUNEY . . . MARTHA PATTISHALL . . DORIS SMALLMAN . . . Knoxville I943 EVELYN LUSK . . . FLORIDE PARKER . . . KATHERINE PERRY . . , . ..... . Nashville I944 MARY FRANCES HILL . SARA LeHARDY ..... BETTY MCGHEE .... MATTIE LOU MCTEER , . REBA SMALLMAN . . . SARA HELEN WHEATLEY .........KnoxviIle . Virginia Beach, Va. . . . . . LaFoIIelle . . Cumberland Cily , . . . . Knoxville . .... Knoxville . . , . . . LaFollelle Forl Lauderdale, Fla. . , . . . . Knoxville . . . Jacksonville, Fla. . . . Founlain Cify . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . , Knoxville . I Crossville . . . . Knoxville . . Decalur, Ala. . . . . Knoxville . . Founfain Cily . . Brownsville fx lf301f s 125 252 Wi 345 E 1,2 gi 22 2 2 3 i f 2 E 3 5 2 Q Z H U N U H HHY G I2 'A Nj . " fl ' j'1fffA A TTR f I s 1 I .O ' S Each year one represenlalive from each iralernily and sororiry and Iwo represenialives of 'rhe non-lralernily siudenls are organized in I'he Beaver Club Io form Ihe official welcoming commiliee of 'Ihe Universi'l'y for all visiiors and visiling groups. The club has acied in 'Ihis capaci'l'y since l924. when il was liirsl formed wilh George Turner as presidenl. The Beaver Club has been especially aclive in welcom- ing ihe high school s+uclen'rs ancl as a source of informa- lion Io 'l'hem on High School Day. We are deeply indebled Io ihe Beaver Club for spon- soring our special siudenl' cheering seclion al Ihe 'fool- laall games. Through 'rhe eliforls of Ihe club, we now have an enlarged cheering seciion, orange and whil'e rooiers' caps, and card siunis. all of which have made ouurs one of Ihe mosl colorful halilime shows easl of fha Rockies. OFFICERS JAMES PARDUE . . . . Presidenl FRANK MCVEIGH , . . . . Secreiary FRANK KELLY , . . Co-Presidenr HUGH SHACKELFORD . . . , Treasurer MEMBERS GID FRYER . . .... Kappa Alpha THOMAS JACKSON .- . Non-Fraferniiy EMERSON TANNER . . . .Alpha Tau Omega ROBERT TURNBULL . . . Non-Fralernify JOHN ARMSTRONG CHARLES WARD . RITTER SLAUGHTER . , Delia Sigma Phi . . , Kappa Sigma Lambda Chi Alpha VICTOR KLEIN . , . . Phi Gamma Della JAMES PARKER DOUGIAS BOLES . HERBERT DOTY WILLIAM EVANS ED ANDERTON . HUGH CAREY , . . . Phi Sigma Kappa . . Pi Kappa Alpha . . . . Pi Kappa Phi . Sigma Phi Epsilon SigmaChi Sigma Alpha Epsilon POLLY TATUM , . . VIRGINIA POOLE . . ELEANOR SHUEY. JUDY BROWN . HILDA PLYLEY . . , MARION CALDWELL SUSAN BUCHANAN . MARGARET ANTLER EVELYN LUSK .... MARY JEAN BELL . Alpha Omicron Pi . . . . Alpha Della Pi Delia Della Delia . . .Kappa Della . . . . Phi Mu . . Delia Zefa . . Chi Omega . Sigma Kappa , Zefa Tau Alpha . . Non-Fraferniiy Illl' lllll I3041 II III-TITATHT ITY SSIIIIIATIII Non-FraTerniTy AssociaTion Council is com- posed oT members eIecTed Trom each class and college by unaTTiIiaTed members oT Those Two bodies. Every non-TraTerniTy sTudenT oT The Uni- versiTy auTomaTicaIIy becomes a member oT The AssociaTion. Through The medium oT This close- kniT, inTeIligenT organizaTion, The non-TraTerniTy TacTion has been able To Take concerTed acTion and make iTseIT TeIT in circles highly impor-TanT To iTs members' inTeresTs. ' This year, as never beTore, The AssociaTion has TuncTioned under iTs leaders and has reached new degrees oT imporTance in The eyes oT every sTudenT. IT has sTriven To gain Tor all unaTTiIiaTed sTudenTs Their proper signiTicance in U. T.'s cam- pus IiTe. The success oT all such eTTorTs have borne TruiT, Tor The Non-FraTerniTy AssociaTion has earned This year unsurpassed cooperaTion, prop- er digniTy, and greaT respecT Trom all oTher or- ganizaTions OT The I-IIII. OFFICERS JACK KENNEDY ..... .... P residenT TI-IERESSA BRICI-IETTO . . . SecreTary BASCOM WILLIAMSON . . . . Vice-Presideni' MARGARET SEALE . . . . Treasurer MEMBERS Gerry Akard John Bolinger Earl Ailor BeTTy Freeman Sherman Wood Herman Silva Tom Clark Alvin Dale Bernard CanTor John CarTer Marvin Krieger John Clark John SmarTT' Charles Herd John Thompson Clem Wilkes Jere Tu rrenfine hv-------,..-- Y, .. M, --.,-.,... . , .we . , TTI fx f LT V in -?,-.,..,-,m V ,, Y ,wi Y ,Vi f-T3- - - - yan ' .I First R6w:VAiIor, Bolirigar, Brichaffo, Canfor, Dale, I ,Freemang Herd. V Second: Q. Row: Kennedy, Kdegeh Seale, Smarff, Tuirrenfine T ,Wilkes, wfllrggman, W ,,,,,-,,-,.... - -..-..Y: N-----qs-1 fx .X LT, k -,uk 1 rf:-fe, iSJ2--,.,.-.--Es,c.m s,sc IMT, .s.i as A ss.,, ..c, ,. ' I W. ll IQBOSII i, Es 5-.g14:,,s.-,,, ,,L1a,,--4- ---V- f ---- -Y ---A Y ,Q-fha f f - W' ?i""" ' " 11 1 Au lf YQ- ii . gi, a s 521521. Firsl Row: Baer, Behnke, ,Bran'fley, Canlor, Carden 'Second Row: Carson, Car ller, Diecidue, Fippin, Gil- il Third Row: Gray, 1, Hinsdale, Hinlon, Hold- - -redge, Householder, Jones. Fourfll Row: Keisfer, King Marks, Miller Nicholson. Fiflh Row " wg.-Y' ,.'5Y'fZ?f' ii -mv:-f ,",e?g,v,, ,fa ..,, , Npblell, Paflerson, Rags- dale, Salley, Searle Sfampflif Sixfh Row Slfasser, Slrong, Threlkeld Travis, Williamson, Wilson , 'M f F69 , ,ya , J asv-,1 ' l306l J. D. Hoskins N. D. Peacock Phi Kappa Phi, founded as an honor so- ciery in l898 al The Universily of Miami, eslrablished a chapier a+ Tennessee in i899 and is one of The oldesi organizalions on Jrhe Hill. Since irs beginning, Phi Kappa Phi has grown To enormous proporlions, having chaplers in nearly every s+a+e in The Union. One of 'rhe mosr successful organizaiions in carrying oul ils proposed work, ii has become an associalion of graduaie sludenis from all deparlmenls of American colleges and universiries. Having Jrhe encouragemenr and siimula- 'rion of The s+uden'r io greaier menial achievemenl' as 'rhe foremosl of i'rs many inleresls, Phi Kappa Phi holds The respeci of every srudenl on The campus. li is in This organizalion Jrhal a search for 'rrue scholarship is foslered. Those men and women deemed worlhy are rewarded wilh membership in Jrhe sociely. OFFICERS P. W, ALLEN ...,....... Presideni' MRS. MARY P. CHARLTON . . Vice-Presidenl' R. F. THOMASON . . H. B. AIKIN .... . . Treasurer . . Secreiary HARRIET C. GREVE ........ Hisrorian FACULTY MEMBERS H. B. Aiken George F. Deebel N P. W. Allen . W. Dougheriy J. E. Aven'r R. E. Dunford John Baugh J. B. Emperor G. M. Benlley C. E, Ferris W. R. Blackard Paul Fi++s Axel BreH' N. E. Fiizgerald Ru+h Buckley C. A. Buehler C. B. Burk Sranley Cain G. M. Cameron Mary Polson Charlion Bessie Cook Howard Darrow Vicior Davis Ella J. Day Beverly Baer John Newion Baker Caiherine Marie Behnke Mrs. Alice Raiford Beniall Ray Beniall Frank Bird Dana Braniley Kaihryn Bullingion Clyde Edwin Burns Earle Benneif Builer Wason Campbell Bernard H. Canior Anne Lee Carden Linda Carson Mariorie Carler James W, Clark W. S. Davis Oliver DeLozier Vincenia Diecidue Ben Dubrow F. F. Franrz J. E. Gilleland T. W. Gloclcer Harrieil' Greve T. B. Harrison Jesse W, Harris A. T. Hendrix L. R. Hessler Mary Hess J. C. Hodges Eleanor Haile J. W. Hoffman Moses Jacob Mamie C. Johnsfon R. T. Kennerly W. T. Kennerly W, W. Kennerly H. L. Lee R. C. Lee F. C. Lowry Florence MacLeod R. C. Ma'r'rhews Henry Meyer C. A. Mooers L. C. Morion R. E. Parker STUDENT MEM BERS Kaiie Rulh Field Berfy Fippin Bill Fiiis Mary WyaH Galbraiih J. H. Gilbreaih Jackson Emelius Gilleland Mary Sue Godfrey Alice M. Gray Kalhleen Hall James Moulren Heiskell J. G. Hinsdale Sara Karr Hinion Doroihy Edna Hixon E. C. Holdredge William Samuel Housholder Doroihy Ann Huskey Jo L. Hufchinson Curiis Plumer lrwin, Jr. Bill Johnson O. M. Jones Reece Alexander Jones lf307l M rs. Eliza belh Keisler Charles King Rachael Adelia La Roe J, D, London Arlhur B. Long, Jr. Joe Lyle Joseph Marks Hal McAdams Y. J. McGaha Goldie Cook Miller L. E. Nicholson William Gord on Nobliil Margueriie O'Neal Joseph Overion Rachael Pai"rerson Kale Jane Peferson Mary Louise Phillips Mildred Pierce ' Mary Della Poin'l'er Eloise Ragsdale Belly Lee Ray C, A. Perkins W. G. Pollard J. H. Roberlson Fred C. Smiih J. G. Tarboux J. A. Thaclcsion Alwin Thaler R. F. Thomason C. H. Wilson H. B. Wiiham A, B. Wood C. E. Wylie W. H. Wicker H. C. Warner F. B. Ward R. G. Rhudy Edna M. Richards Claudia L. Salley T. C. Searle Maury Grani Sifford Frilz Siampili Wilma Sianley George Alberf Sfrasser Edna Ross Slrong Wayne Thomas Mariorie Threlkeld Mary Lynn Travis Aubrey Warren Abe Wender Mark Bascom Williamson Nelle Mae Welmers Frank W. Wilson William Broyles Wilson Mrs. Juaniia R. Wine Arrhur F, Woods np " QTTITR if' I , A Till in ,za Tir' li rm my X 1 V., A , f QW: l l T72- ' G - -313, . I " ,iffitggflfrsf Row: Allen, Barnett lyi"Ilg'1'BhaIl1, Berry, DeLoziar 4 Grissom, Householder. Sec- K Row: H ulchinson cif?ifJQmllS0h, Joyner, King Qi5gjglidir.s, Mlllor, McCravoy. Vfyflillird Row: Searle, Siubble gfleldi Vordar Bruagge, 23,31-isghwpbb, wine., wrnion, jpeg-Murray, ieny. . Circle and Torch has played a leading parT in campus acTiviTies since iTs Tounding in I934. The socieTy endeavors "To recognize men who have aTTained a high sTandard oT leadership in collegiaTe acTiviTies, To encourage Them To con- Tinue along This line, and To inspire oThers To sTrive Tor conspicious aTTainmenTs." In order To carry ouT This purpose and To TurTher The progress and developmenT OT The UniversiTy oT M.- xr X .Gif xl Tennessee. The organizaTion has placed highesT among iTs inTeresTs The sincere aTTempT To de- velop leadership oT The characTer. Circle and Torch elecTs To membership Those juniors and seniors who are ouTsTanding in char- acTer and exTra-curricular acTiviTies. High scho- lasTic aTTainmenT is encouraged and rewarded. To loe oT service To underclassmen, The socieTy endeavors To aid The Treshmen in The selecTion oT exTra-curricular acTiviTies. OFFICERS Sl-TULER JAMIESON . . . Presidenl' J. WORRELL LOVE . . . SecreTary SAMUEL E. BEALL . . . Vice-Prosidenf AL l-IUTCHISON . . . Treasurer GRADUATE MEMBERS James L. Guy Ben Mall McFarlin Edward Michael Molinslci MEMBERS Tom B. Barnell' William E. McCravey Marshall WinTon Charles D. King Charles Worley William S, T-louseholder Edward H. PickeTT Bedford T. Berry Mumlorcl Miller RoberT H. Allen William W. l-looser Thomas C. Searle Oliver De Lozier Rol.'JerT W, Webb George Slosser Fred Kelly Sam M. STubbleTield Harry F. Griscorn Harold WhiTe Joseph C. WashingTon George M. Krisle Vincenl' W. Vorder Bruegge Roberl' Joyner Taylor Womack FACULTY MEMBERS Roberl C. MaTThews W. E. Cole R. M. Jones F. B. Ward lllllllll TUHCH l1308.l T' "' "W ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' "mv """Ti""-'-'---+------.....i,. UITTAIT llfllill Wig' ,Vw ln I9l8 Tour local senior women's honorary socieTies on widely separaTed college campuses combined To Torm The TirsT naTional organizaTion Tor The recogniTion oT The many local socieTies Then exisTing. This naTional socieTy loecame known as MorTar Board. MorTar Board's purpose is To provide Tor The cooperaTion beTween socieTies oT diTTerenT schools, To promoTe loyalTy To The college, and To advance The spiriT oT Tellowship and service among college women. Cap and Gown aT The UniversiTy oT Tennessee aTTiliaTed wiTh MorTar Board in l938. To be elecTed To membership, one musT be recognized on The campus as a scholar, as a leader, and as a giver oT service. Scholarship, leadership, and Tine characTer all play an imporTanT parT in aT- Taining The high goal oT The socieTy. OFFICERS RACT-IAEL PATTERSON . . .... Presideni CHARLOTTE BROWN . . . . . Treasurer MARGARET PORTWOOD . . . . Vice-Presideni' MARY LOUISE PHILLIPS . . . . . EdiTor MARJORIE THRELKELD . . . .secreiary MARGARET BETTY GILLESPIE . . . . i'iiSi'Orian MEMBERS Beverly Baer Caye Behnlce CharloTTe Brown Ann Lee Carden MargareT BeTTy Gillespie Mary Louise Phillips Sara l-linTon Louise Salley MargareT PorTwood Mariorie Threlkeld BeTTy Fippin MarTha Lady Rachael PaTTerson .row c ici A i A T .,,s cgi? -.:1..c.,,.,,,...-........ -...,..,.1f:.....,.Q....--.-,gp,-.,YV.......L ,sr .L.,..... -4-We --VY e- - ---- -N--F ' --- - - - --a-Y lQ309fl Firsf Rowz' Baer, Behhke Brown, 'Carden, Fibpin Gillespie. fSecond , Row HinTon, Lady, Pafferson Phillips, Porfwood, Salley Threikeld. ii T TTTTTT TT X. . ic., . QL V... ,... Y . ---. f-L -----------i-N - ---H -X ---f-f- wr- aff-1: -A-fd -'ff-f-f '4- F11 .1 Lvlf::v:::a,. ..1.iflatzsitirii-'r,,,.,-Q'A.2 ,xv QZEIELTM- 33 r :ill . . . 3f'....f Esc gig. .. Q QW? . . X ' b5,,sfw,,'.1- . 5-iii R' . , QL vm... - Y ...sms 1 , .E , first -Row: Abele, Carfelf, Gilbneafh, Griscom, Hall. Sgqdnd. Row: Harris, Hins- ,QQIQQ Hold red ge, Jones, Q..-. W -- QQ? 1 1 R955 -2 ' 1531. A 51i,l3'3L5f' 573' 5462-11' , ' im: bf. 75:71:55 -72 242 EQ," K'5ri'riedyQ Third Row: -Lon- dgfpnlfy M'a'Hhews, McCravey, Nichiolson, Roberson. Foudh Rim: Ruch, Searle, Siew- -.Winn, Wood. T 'f ' 3.32351 za -N .-s.'z:f-i.' " ...Tw-. .1-...Q -.,... , ,yfly I 1 I 1 E 1 M I.310l "To marlc in a TiTTing manner Those who have conTerred honor upon Their Alma MaTer by disTinguished scholarship and exemplary characTer as undergraduaTes in engineering, and To TosTer a spiriT oT lib- eral culTure in The engineering colleges oT America." in l885 Tau BeTa Pi was Tounded aT Lehigh UniversiTy by Edward Higginson Williams, Jr. IT now includes sevenTy-Two chapTers wiTh more Than ThirTy-Tour Thou- sand members. ln I929 Tennessee Alpha of Tau BeTa Pi was esTalolished on The UniversiTy OT Tennessee campus. Since ThaT Time This chapTer has endeavored To mainTain The high ideals oT The organizaTion. OFFICERS HARRY F. GRISCOM . .,.... . . . . PresidenT TOM C. SEARLE JOE ROSSON ..,.. HUGHES H. HALL . . JAMES G. HINSDALE . . A. B. WOOD .... ., . . . . Vice-PresidenT . . . . Recording SecreTary . Corresponding SecreTary . . . . CaTaloguer SENIOR ACTIVES Clyde L. CarTer James G. Hinsdale A. M. Curry ErnesT C. Holdredge William H. Davenpori' Onie M. Jones Jack H. Gilbreaih Harry F, Griscom Hughes H. Hall Embree M. Kennedy Jaclc London . Treasurer William E. McCravey . Gilben' W. RoI9erTson Lawrence E. Nicholson Joe Rosson Clyde P. Orr John W. Ruch R. G. Rhudy Tom C. Searle A. L. Roberson Jack B. STewarT Buford Winn JUNIOR ACTIVES Roland K. Abele Charles L. Ellis William Eddy Fox William C. Harris GRADUATE STUDENTS Bernard Fuller James L. Guy Joe Jaffe Francis J. Perna Jack Gilliam NATIONAL SECRETARY Professor R. C. MaTThews I:3ll1 for 2,--.1.5Tffiffsrfffaffoigf"N'f'r'irf'af'fff'rifrfff12efg - . A. r sf 1 as li - E ' ''y.aa..4.:.-.4.,ec.,e..,,-,Aw.s.c..,....V-Y.-...XM-s.........--V .-fe---..-, H .5.,,..',J.- ..,, ....e..-e. ...--.-.a.a,L.s,,...u,..c.A..,..,...-.,.u,,Ag...-...,K,.....ae,..u. i.a.a.px.s.,Y .... ,,.,,e. ,.. -:-.,P...,.-,.,.,e.-,. ....fi.-,. .., .,.,.,,-..Y,-...-....,,,u,...... - r E., -,.-.,..,.-,...-. . Nav -... . .Q,. . gk. . . ,,,.,f..e iuyfcqlg YV iirffilf . - jf 5l'Z5'i5-317 -UAL-i' 'r'- iffn '.". 114. y, . . Q. . . Q 1 f1jif.f'i7i 1 '. E?:"Ql7i-.- ifqigfa '- ff' 55:32 55: K. if . Y' S'S.Eg:fgl:Lf, ' US' Hifi 1 -sew 1. Af fhe Universify of Illinois, Phi Efa Sigma, nafional honorary scholasfic frafernify for fresh- men, was founded on March 22, I923. The so- ciefy has as ifs aim fhe promofion of scholasfic ideals and achievemenfs among freshmen. The Tennessee chapfer was founded because of fhe efforfs of fhe lafe Dean Massey. This organiza- fion has been an incenfive fo freshmen, inspiring fhem fo higher scholasfic achievemenfs and igreafer leadership among fheir fellow sfudenfs. To be qualified for membership a sfudenf musf have affained a 3.5 average for fwo consecu- five quarfers. Today fhere are forfy-fhree chapfers of fhis honorary frafernify locafed in various colleges over fhe counfry. Their nafional publicafion is fhe "Forum of Phi Efa Sigma." Prominenf men in all fields of acfivify have worn fhe lcey of Phi Efa Sigma. OFFICERS JIMMY KERR . . . . , Presidenf LESTER BOWDEN . . . . Secrefary HOWARD LUMSDEN . . . .Vice-Presidenf ZEKE STANFIELD . . . , Treasurer MEMBERS Thomas Cashin Enoch Sevier Duncan John Fuzela Milfon Shaw Neil Waldrop Thomas Elder Roberf Raffon Richard Thayler 3 ' .2xfg-1-5, 1 P if 1 9, . . , 1 rj 3 .: 5-Z2S,.'i" . .X- .. T fflil F3 f - 'i ':c.?ff-semi .... 1. . Q 11: . i fflpeesfg f' 'j Z - if :ini-Y - ' 1 - s - 'fR""Gi Elder. Funk. ' . :ii-2Z3:"'f5f":f,: ' '- .' f " ' 1 ij,ggjCgrg,n,':Lumsd.en. Second - y 1 P: Wa: 'f"'f5.l:- 2. ff .- L' '. . j -latign, 5 .Sfa nfugld, gwalarov- E 05 'S EIt'.?f1.,."T.l 3' -' ' ' . 3 ' ' 'G-i:iL4gc-..g,. A S I BNI A 1 .W ,Q M, . ,WN Omicron Nu, The only honor organizalrion in The field of Home Economics, was founded aT Michigan STaTe College in I9I2. IT was esfab- lished in recogniTion of a real need for unify among The various clubs being formed in Ameri- can colleges and universifies. Today There are over Thirry chaplers locaied Throughoulr The Unilred Siales. y f wi, i Z -fir af f A if 3 ws' Z 'f ' -s, VV Tennessee's Alpha Epsilon chap+er was found- ed in I936. In spiTe of iTs recenT organizalion, This local chapier has made an enviable record for ilself, being among The oufslranding chaplers of The organizaTion. The organizalion has many high aims and ideals. Among Them are high scholarship, oul- sranding leadership, and research in The field of Home Economics. OFFICERS MARTHA LADY ..,. .... P residenl BETTY FIPPIN .... ,. , . . .Treasurer RAcHAEL PATTERSON . . .Vice-Presiclenf MARJORIE THRELKELD . . ..... Edirar BEVERLY BAER .... ....... s ecrelary MRs. MARY VENABLE . . . . Easrrlry Treasurer DR. FLORENCE MacLEoD ......... Advisor . MEMBERS Mary Eiiaaiaaiir Bailay Anne Lee Carden Alice Maria Gray Mariaria Tiiraliaisi Marqaarira o'Naal Beverly Baar Vincenfa Diaaidaa Marlha Lady Karhariaa Ball Eloise Ragsdale Caye Bairrrlra Barry Pippin Rachael YPaHerson Louise King Ka+irIaarr i-ian T R Mgr A- ..N' i A si o N s f313J V Y ,W .,,, ,,,, ,.,, LM-.. ..,..,,.. L, . ., ,.....,,,,.. . ... ..,---f:---,-- --+--f-+-----A-A---"HH 1' iico' -H--"---1-7-+w1g-- gg yi r, -as I or-I ll if -f A :wi I .s 1 -l .f 4- -'z ...A .. L ,, ,.,- -,. X. -Lis refs . ' , 1 . ICJ: .- ' . . . . - Y N, . , . 4 . . . . ,,M,,,,,,Y., ,.,-....--..,..,.-..- -....-c-...-,, L. W-, ...V . ML... --.-....,, l I' I ,i Q .V lf Jaxcf4lg4f+.l.nwp1m5'::E1mmT:ifrrs.:fs.5 , . . I. V 1. I . y. Firsl Row: Armislead, Ar fhur, Bond, Moore, Mori arily. Second Row: Nich olson, Pinohi, Wallace, -Walkins, Walson. 1. The only Greek leller sociely on lhe Hill open exclu- sively lo chemislry sludenls is Alpha Chi Sigma. ll is formed so lhal lhe upper ranks of chemislry sludenls can ioin logelher for common enioymenl and combined el- lorls foward higher achievemenl in lhe field of chemislry. The Tennessee chapler wenl nalional in I929 allen' lunclioning several years as a local sociely called Gamma Rho. The founders' original inlenlion was lo gel' a na- lional charler from Alpha Chi Sigma. Membership ol lhe sociely depends upon lhe pelilion- er's scholaslic record, characler, abilily. and exlra-curric- ular aclivilies. The members cooperale lo The end lhal' research in chemislry and 'rhe sciences and inleresl in higher scholarship may be encouraged. The Iralernily was founded al lhe Universily of Wis- consin in I902 and has grown loday unlil There are 47 chaplers in all lhe principal colleges and universilies in The land. The lolal membership is grealer Ihan seven lhousand. OFFICERS Fil-5+ Term Second Term ALEX A. ARTHUR ......... Masler Alchemisl PRIMO PINOTTI .......... Masler Alchemisl PRIMO PINOTTI . . . . . Vice-Masler Alchemisl CHARLES WALLACE . , , Vice-Masler Alchemisl ROBERT ARMISTEAD . ....... Recorder FLEMING EMPSON . ....... Recorder MAYS NICHOLSON . . ........ Reporler WILSON BOND . . ........ Reporler JOE MORIARITY . . . . Masler of Ceremonies JOE MORIARITY . . Masler of Ceremonies CLYDE WATSON . . . . Alumni Secrelary CLYDE WATSON . . .... Alumni Secrelary Roberl Armislead Alex Arlhur Wilson Bond John Bacon Roberl Boarls Calvin Buehler F. M. Ernpson Ed Manning Hunl Moore W. E. Grainger James Hammond L. J. Hardin MEMBERS ACTIVE Joe Moriarily A, M, Nicholson, Jr. George Parker FACU LTY Clarence Hiskey W. H. Maclnlire Dave Mack William Pearson Primo Pinolli John Ruch A. D. Melaven A. E. Michaels Charles Wallace Waller Walkins Clyde Walson Brooks Robinson William Smilh, Jr. Judson Roberlson Jesse Wood .IPHII EH E314-I I SIGMA TPHA llllVIITIlA Ililil Wearers oT The pin in The shape OT The golden candle wiTh iTs ruby Tlame are members oT Al- pha Lambda DelTa, a naTional honor socieTy Tor Treshmen women who have pledged Themselves To lceep burning The ideal OT True scholarship, womanliness, and honor. Founded aT The Univer- siTy of Illinois in l924, This organiZaTion was es- Tablished in l932 on The UniversiTy oT Tennessee campus. MorTar Board, senior honorary socieTy Tor women, sponsors This sisTer club Tor Treshmen women. During The winTer quarTer prospecTive mem- bers are inviTed To a Tea given by acTive mem- bers. lnviTaTions are issued aTTer The compleTion oT The second quarTer To Those who have quali- Tied Tor membership. By enforcing an enTrance requiremenT oT 3.4 Tor Two consecuTive quarTers, This group is assured oT securing members who promise To become TuTure campus leaders. HELEN MOORE , JEAN REEDER . Geraldine Alcarol Beverly Baer RuTh Brennan Geraldine BurlcharT Mary Jean Bush OFFICERS . . . .PresidenT LULA BUTLER, . . , . . .SecreTary . . Vice-PresidenT BARBARA NEWMAN , . . Treasurer Lula BuTler Ann Lee Carden Mary Jean Claclc Mary MargareT Curry Barbara Ford GRADUATE MerTha liams MEMBERS Eugenia Franklin Sara l-linTon Alma Jordan Mary Frances Keirn MargareT Larson ElizabeTh McWhorTer Winnie Meagher Ann Moore Helen Moore Barbara Newman BeTTy Lee Ray BeTTe Redwine Jean Reeder Louise Salley Marjorie Threllceld 1 l Firsf Row: Akard, Baer, Bush, Bufler, Carden, Clack. Second Row: Curry, FrankHn, Hinfon, Jordan, Larson, Meagher. Third Row: A. Moore, H. Moore, Newman, Redwine, Salley, Threlkeld. ' irii' ffQf2Qgfff5 .Qff -A l H151 .ff-LQ l 4 .i PM TC-J: .-1, 1 5. Burkharf, Canfor, Chandler, Miller, Quinn. . -X' TX A ,Q- M 5? fr Tix fl ii ii fl ini! X -- ff , . . Q., 1 .L 9. The Playhouse, as iTs name suggesTs, is The dramaTic group on The campus. IT has improved greaTly in The pasT Tew years unTil aT The pres- enT Time The producTions are aTTended en masse. Under The able direcTion oT Dr. Paul Soper, and wiTh The aid oT some capable sTudenT acTors and acTresses, The Playhouse has Tilled a need on The campus oT long sTanding. OFFICERS B, H. CANTOR .... . . ExecuTive DirecTor .FRANCES QUINN ..... ...... S ecreTary MARGARET MILLER , . . .Technical DirecTor LAWRENCE CHANDLER . . . . LaboraTory DirecTor JOHN H. BURKHART . . . . Business Manager RUTH REGAN ....,. . Playwrifing Manager MEMBERS Mariorie AbboTT MargareT Anz Rosalind Arnold J. Hugh Bauer Flo Beeler Evelyn Belcher J, ErberT Blanlcinship Jack Brown Rebekah Brown Felix Buchanan John H. BurlcharT Margarel' Burchlield Jaclc Bush Bernard CanTor Caroline Cullum Lois L. Carson Lawrence F. Chandler Sarah D. Clemenfs Joy Coleman Sara Frances Colvin Nancy Curry John W, T. Dabbs BeTTy Daflierner Irene Edmunds Q. Thomas Eldred Fred Fields Jules Finlcelsiein DoroThy FiTzwaTer DOT Fulgham Lady Gray ElizabeTh Ann Green Mary Jo Halbroolc Anne Harvey Charles Herd Lillian Jaffe Wynn Jones Roberl' E. Joyner G. Marie Kelley BeTTy Kizer Jewel Lady MarTha Lady Bill McComb C. McDonald Charles McFarland HolT B. Maddux Larry Mason Paul J, MaTTe T W. L. MaTThews MargareT Miller Elizal::eTh Mills Roberi Miichell Joan Moore Alma Underwood MounT Anna CaTherine Orr Virginia Poole Frances Quinn Charles RainwaTer MargareT Rash RuTh Reagan Mary Reece Peggy Elaine Rol9erTs Elinor Robins Bill Ruffian Howard Shofner Mary Lee SmiTh Franlc SmiTh Spencer SmiTh Francis B. Spicer Florence Spiegel Marfha SuTTon Frankie Snow William SwiTT Howard Vorder Bruegge MarTy Whaley Sara Helen WheaTly Joel B, WhiTTen Mary MargareT Wilson Mary Willis Wrighl' .44-M IVERSI il TTNNTSSTE PlAlHOUSl M161 IHII-IIUNI BUITIIIIIE GENERAL OFFICERS JOHN B. COX, '93 ..... ......,.... ..... P r esidenT ALGOOD CARLEN, '09 .... ..... S ecreTary EDWARD NEWELI., '29 . . . . ...... Treasurer VICTOR M. DAVIS, '2O. . . . . ExecuTive SecreTary OBJECTIVES OF THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION To aid The UniversiTy in securing adequaTe supporT Tor The Tull developmenT oT The in- sTiTuTion. To bring To Tennessee The besT men and women now enrolled in The secondary schools oT The sTaTe. To mainTain accuraTe biographical records OT UniversiTy Alumni and recognize Them Tor Their achievemenTs. To assisT in securing such publiciTy as will increase The presTige oT The UniversiTy. I 5. To develop a Personnel Division Tor The place- menT oT Seniors and unemployed Alumni. The Bureau oT Personnel Service was esTab- lished by The UniversiTy as a division oT iTs Alum- ni AssociaTion Program Tor The purpose oT assisT- ing in The placernenT oT Seniors and Alumni. IT is a coordinaTing agency Tor The employer, The sTudenT, and The various divisions oT The Univer- siTy. Alumni are urged To noTiTy The Bureau oT any possible openings Tor Tennessee men and women and To call on The Bureau oT Personnel Service Tor assisTance when unemployed. I I Execufivc Secrefary Vicfor M. Davis, welcoming and regisfering Tennessee Alumni. i., fo. 71, fx 'X A -ff I 1255 I ,.f . sw. MM.-.il?i,..,-.-.-fiQL ,..,.,. M .... .... -H ..-II T... .... -.1e,c-- .ff MT .,.. as T F3171 Y OFFICERS C. P. IRWIN ..... ..... .,.... P r esIcIenI ROBERT WEAVER . . . . . Vice-Presidenf POWELL 'SNIPES . . . Secrefary HUGH WILSON ..,. . . ..... Treasurer RALPH W. FROST .... General Secretary CABINET JIMMY ROBERTS R. E. ALEXANDER SAM HILL CRAIG CALDWELL JOHN McAMIS JIM CLARK HATAN BOMAR FOSTER ARNETT CHARLES SANDERS ED STORY CECIL BUTLER PHIL HICKS PERRY WILLIAMSON ALBERT MOTT ED JONES EUGENE HOLDRIDGE JIMMY KERR WALTER GENTRY VIC KLEIN WALTER DOOLEY MAC COX JIMMY HICKMAN BUD ATCHLEY HUGH DICKEY II318fI OFFICERS EMILY KING ....... ,,,,, P regiderrl' CHARLOTTE BEAMAN . . .Vice-Presidenlr FRANCES OGDEN . . . . . . Secrefary MARGARET NELSON ............ Treasurer HELEN H. HENDERSON . Execurive Secrefary ALICE JEAN BREHM SARA SKELTON BETTY ANN MURPHY MARY RUTH BIBB MARGIE EVANS MARY THORNBURGH VELMA DYNES LOUISE FORD JANE FOSTER CABINET ROSE GEORGE ELOISE RAGSDALE BETTY WILSON HELEN DARST BARBARA WRIGHT HELEN HOWARD ANN MOORE GLORIA KEIRN MILDRED POLK SARA LOUISE PRATER MARJORIEVABBOTT MARY MARGARET CURRY JEANNE GRIFFIN ELIZABETH L MCWI-IORTER GENE TIMMONS MARY WOODWARD BETSY DRYDEN ALICE TOM SHEPHERD E - LEG.. , AQ., ,,,, , --..... , if . , l319fl WHY.. . .Y .-.. -vs ..-. . , .. . . A . ,X g -A ,fx .- - i J ix,,,' N4, , sa, .fr V We TD Gil , lrsl il A Z4 ,g - Wi is , ss, 51. .,..F..- 5:1-.g,. Y ' K' rs-V, . Risk,-'. 1151 ,. .sw A 15551 ':' ' L' 'r aus..- 1, P54 -es Eyfsrgg ff vr--f-N. 1,- ,,-,,-i,,- : ,V I, ii,:f7a,::. wire- ' T 'fr-in-., -. 5 L -3 - : H... r- Haig-'MZ . 'are' V. ' .W ,,.. a.. ' flfflfpm' -r s , 'Te ,, Row: Allen, Andrews Barr, Bradley, Burk 573'3if"f'iffll3rla,' Second Row: Coors -. ..-.1 -ss- Qrvln, Garvin, Gisl, Hart: l l i i i l l 4 i 1 A l i l l Ti ! 1 l l i l i 5 1 i l i l i Tlilrd Row: Marie, Tucker, Thaler, . Wilheringlon. 1 ll The honorary frafernify for pre-medical and pre-denfal sfudenfs, Alpha Sigma Delfa, was founded af fhe Universify of Tennessee in l929. To bring abouf a greafer undersfanding of fhe problems yef fo come before fhe sfudenf when he enfers medical school, and fo promofe good fellowship among all pre-meds, has been fhe purpose of fhis frafernify. ln ifs more fhan fen years of work fhis club has more fhan amply To qualify for membership a sfudenf musf be a male member of pre-denfal or pre-medical school, of sound characfer, and musf have fo his credif fwo successive quarfers wifh fhe nec- essary average required for accepfance info medical school. The meefings of fhe club are open fo anyone who is inferesfed, and a guesf speaker, usually a specialisf, is invifed fo affend and explain his field. Thus fhe organizafion ben- efifs nof only frafernify members, buf fhe enfire realized ifs goal. sfudenf body and faculfy members as well. OFHCERS J. E. WlLl.lAlvlS , . . ........ Presiclenf A. R. VETTER . . . . . WILLIAM T. BAILEY ........ . .Vice-Presidenf WILLIAM T. GIST . . . JOHN l-l. BURKHART ....... Publicify Manager MEMBERS Chesfer Allen William F. Andrews James R. Barr John W. Bradley George A. Coors Russell l.. Counfs lvlarfin Davis Paul A, Ervin Ben T. Galbrailh Clarence A. Garvin Rosser B. l-larf Thomas lvl. Jaclrson George F. Lane Paul J, lvlaffe l-larold R. Miller Laffie B, Painfer Clifford C. Snyder . . Secrefary . . .Treasurer l-lall S. Taclcef Richard W. Thaler l-lerberl P. Whiffle J. D. Wifheringfon Paul E. Wrighl lPH SIG Illllil l32OJ ASS CIAEIO UE CUEEEGIAEE ENGINEERS T---? -Q -V v L... .....,, Abele, Griscom, Hutchison Winn. The TirsT engineers' day in America was held had spread. Largely Through The eTTorTs oE Pro- on The UniversiTy oT Missouri campus in The same EGSSOF R- C- MaTThewS. The UUTVGFSHY OT TGVIHGS- year OT iTs ToundaTion, 1903. The moTher organ- See became 5 Cl1aV'feV membef- In 5 TSW YSGVS izaifion was known as Hqe Qrder of me Knigms The associaTion became a naTional socieTy, and of Saim Pamck' because we .Blamey Smne.. The name was changed To The AssociaTion oT .. . ,. . C ll ' ' . bearing The inscriloTion, Erin Go Bragh, which O eq'a"e E"g"'ee'S E ' ' l' Cl T T Th U ' "l' means "ST. PaTrick was an engineer." was Tound Very eng'neer'ng S U en a e mvers' Y oT Tennessee is auTornaTically a member oT The under a building aT Missouri. Since Then ST. l . A local A.C.E, Each year The associahon conducTs P T' l4 h b T ' T T ll ' . 5 "C as een pa 'Por' Sam O G engmeers ACE Da , which is an "o en house" in The en- Y E3 and his birThday has been seT aside Tor honor To . . . . . . gineerlng buildings, TeaTurlng unusual displays him. By This IT is easily seen ThaT The h1sTory oT by each branch Somew In engineering. ACE also ACE is mod Unusual and lmlque' conducTs The Engineers' BangueT and Engineers' In l9l7 5 naional OVQGUEZGEEOVT WGS Eofmed 'VO Ball, Two oTher TesTivals which are highlighTs in include all The schools To which The movemenT The engineers' year aT The "l-Till." OFFICERS ' BUFORD WINN . . .... PresidenT HARRY GRISCOM . . . . SecreTary AL HUTCHINSON . , . Vice-PresidenT HOWELL ABELE . . . . Treasurer l fi aa TQ - 75 TTLFTSTLE , i TTZETTEZZI T 'TTT,QEf:QET'4:53aTE .ol-Til We L lac If3ZIT TTT? if . , , , f A QT' .. T' T' ,- ----A' 'V Ma. , . - if-M N , 'fe . V LX' 'Ill . , Y , jggk, V , 'Snr V- Q L ' J . I - - - ,fm , . , . N UT ' VT - -' - ' 1 ' ' --f - '.Txg.,v..-..,...e-.cl H -. . ,,.. ...Q ..,,.4..-fsa...':a1..c-,.a...1g..E-4 ',-'..... ,. ,.... .r:f.,-.,- -......,.,.....,... -. -- ....-,f Love, Steiner, Thomas The "T" Club was Tormecl here aT The UniversiTy in an eTTOrT TO malce Tennessee a school TradiTiOnal Tor spOrTsmanship. The wearing OT The "T" is more Than an honor -iT is an obligaTion ThaT Tells inTO Three Tielcls, namely, TO The Alma lvlaTer, TO The OTher wearers OT The v"T,"' ancl To The general public. ln The obligaTion TO The Alma lvlaTer The"'T" Club sTrives To prOmOTe harmony ancl cOOperaTion beTween coaches ancl players ancl Tellowship among all The aThleTes. lT STrives TO rnainTain a high SchOlasTic sTancling among The members. IT appreciaTes The TacT ThaT in wearing a "T" Tor The UniversiTy OT Tennessee The members nOT only repreSenT an insTiTuTiOn buT a cOmmOnwealTh OT Over Two million people. The "T" Club Teels a respOnsibiliTy TO each member-an obligaTion To cOnclucT Themselves as genTlemen and spOrTSmen, wheTher on Or OTT The aThleTic Tielcl, and an obligaTion To SeT an example OT unsehfishness ancl courage Tor Their TeamrnaTes. OFFICERS MAX STEINER . . . ...... .... P resident FRANK THOMAS . . . . . v:ce-Pre5iaen+ JAMES W. LOVE . . . . . . Secfaafy JOHN BARNHILL . . . . Treasurer THE 'L " lIlUlT I3221 66 99 Hi Ill Noberi' Ackerman Arfhur Allen Bob Allen Bob Andridqe Barreh' Ashley Henry Ausiin James Aurelia Mike Baliisaris Billy Barnes James Bevins Bob Brock Bob Broome Len Broughlon Billy Brownlow Johnny Bu+lerf Bob Carradine Ed Cifers Leonard Coffman Maurice Co'Hrell Jim Coleman Billy Cox Richard Deadrick Howard Doane William Dunlop Don Edmisron Roberf Eldridge MEMBERS Freddy Elmore Bill Fills Harry Ford Bob Foxx French Frazier Howard Freeman Ray Graves Gilberl Huffman Charles Hulfquisi Emil Husl Billy Jones Joe Jones Clarence Joslin A. L. Kennedy Ted Kinney J. C. Laws Jimmy Love Bill Lu'Hrell Edwin Marks A, R, McCammon Roberl' McClellan Esra McGlolhine Jack Mclniire William Meek Bernie Mehen Richard Millen Ed Molinski Dick Mulloy Fred Newman Henry Noel James Pardue Ike Peel Elwood Powers George Praler Jimmy Roberis Marshall Shires Herman Silva Powell Snipes Max Sieiner Bob Suiiridge Barreii' Taylor Frank Thomas Sam Thompson Van Thompson Willis Tucker Warren Vick Shelburne Warren Buisi Warren Bob Webb Nick Weber ' Hodges Wesl Gordon Wilder ,,.- ,. ,- s,- .,T..- .A.i!s:..s .-:Jim-P. F-'-...eip-2-. L-, , ., 4 . 2: EY ,ei L---f-wzfi, .iz .1 Fw-. .- -'igrssx .s , rgwcmeflz -J::13'1fi'.::.' ,5'i,'f:1f: ,gp .sf ,--cg - NL, .5,..Z1,w4, . -.i,o,. vis . .7.,,--sew V, ff.-nf. , -.,. l1,,,r.-.1-if V ive. .l in "EV 'HM !hp,i.p.l,,.i.,,, , , .W , . .. - - .,,, , .a ,-.-i'f'ii, 5':IE:gA'lQZ13. 2 ?-5,,1-vv.:a.-- 511152-Ss 1"f""iVfPf?-i'5 nflffii. 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Sludenls are given in- cenlive for higher scholarship loy receiving honor for excellence in sludying language. lernily are localed in various universilies over Jrhe counlry. The Tennessee chapler, Bela Nu, was organized in I936 and has sleadily increased in imporlance. Membership requiremenls include a minimum of I8 quarler hours of college Ger- man wilh an average grade of 85. A good slanding in all courses of sludy and a conlinuecl inleresl in Jrhe sludy of lhe German language and lileralure are olher prerequisiles imporlanl Approximalely lorry-five chaplers of Jrhe fra- in Jrhe furlhering of 'rhe socie+y's acfivilies. OFFICERS WILLIAM BAILEY . . . . .Presidenl KATHERINE NEWMAN . LINDA CARSON . , . .Vice-Presidenl TOM TAYLCR . . . . . MEMBERS Arfhur Allen Jaclc Bell John Burkharl Charlolle Brown Roberl Caradine Noah Chiles Billy C, Davis Ann Doalc Sara Hinlon Wynne Jones l-lal P. James Mrs. E. Keisler Ralph Lovelace Rebecca Marlin Billy G. Milchell Mays Nicholson Brooks Noll Lucille Parlcer Roberl Phillips . . Secrefary . . Treasurer Mrs. W, W. Riflamel Herman Silva Richard Thaler A. R. Veller lllllll PHI AIPHA lf324l THE ISUIIIII Sllllllil , X T' in 'Na 1 . f X um The wearers oT Those brighT, new uniTorms re- cenTly seen on our campus are members oT The Guidon SocieTy. The purpose oT This organiza- Tion is To uniTe The girls oT The UniversiTy more closely wiTh The governmenT and iTs problems, parTicularly The problem oT naTional deTense. A comparaTively new organizaTion on The Hill, The Guidon SocieTy is TasT becoming an impor- TanT and ouTsTanding TacTor in The acTiviTies oT f f ' , T A! T' The school. The members oT The organizaTion are coeds who have been chosen as sponsors oT The school's R. O. T. C. uniT. These girls have seriously Taken up The worThy work already sTarTed by The socieTy and are accomplishing a greaT deal Toward reaching Their long-soughT goal- being granTed a charTer by The UniTed STaTes Government The naTional organizaTion is work- ing Toward having a chapTer oT The Guides in every MiliTary DeparTmenT oT The UniTed STaTes. LUCILLE STU LTZ MargareT ATlcins Lois Breeding Helen Chamberlain Virginia Dellord CaTherine Da ugherTy Frankie Fonde Rose George G-erTrude Handly Evelyn HolT Emily King OFFICERS . . PresidenT HELEN PETTY MEMBERS Rose MarTin Mildred MclnTosh Lenore Moore Barbara 'Newman Rachel PaTTerson Helen PeTTy Doris Russell Fay SmiTh Lucille STulTz Ann SuTherlancl . Vice-Presideni' Barbara Thomas CharloTTe TipTon Elaine Towle Lyle WalTers 0 IT2 i'C,Ai' N :EZ 'sA'T IAQ N S l325l ' ,.. I Y V K ,Y -7, TTI TT TTTTT' T71 T il I J M ' ' s ' ery f I H :s 's .f , A f KX' L.' ' ' f I , g-:I .-4 -Y' i4-A-,4 - .. ,.4?Le....,.... .Y.,i4V-..A,...,,- - ' ,-..,-.,,-......e,.-f..,---,.+.L.cY Y- V-W--. W- Beaman, Carden, Reeves The I-Iome Economics Clulo is one OT The old- esT organizaTions on The I-Iill, aIrnosT as old as The UniversiTy iTselT. IT was TirsT Tormed wiTh The purpose oT bringing The sTudenTs in The school oT I-lome Economics inTo a closer and more Triendly reIaTion. Having rnade a success OT This, The- club is now Trying To promoTe pro- Tessional inTeresT in The Tield oT I-lome Econom- - f, . sg, . . r ics. ETTorTs To This end are TurThered in Their rnonThIy meeTings, where They have discussions and lecTures on The various Tields in which The girls mighT specialize aTTer graduaTion. Each monTh anoTher meeTing is held ioinTly wiTh The Ag Club, usually Tor closer social reIaTions. Each club Takes Time abouT planning The program, which ordinarily consisTs oT games, square danc- ing, and reTreshmenTs. OFFICERS ANNE LEE CARDEN . ..,..... PresidenT CHARLOTTE BEAMAN ..,.... Vice-PresidenT EVELYN REEVES . . . . . SecreTary BARBARA WRIGHT . .Treasurer MISS IDA ANDERS .... ..... F acuITy Adviser HIIIIII TIIO UIVIIII IIIIT SC V I326l I The Newman Club, composed of all lhe Calholic slu- The organizalion holds monlhly meelings al which denls. and under lhe guidance of Falher Englerl, has plans are drawn up for The promolion of lhe Word done much lo furlher lhe inleresls ol religion on lhe among Universily Sfudenfs of all Sedg- campus. OFFICERS WILLIAM PARIS HAYNES, lll. ..,.....,. 3 . Presidenl MARY THORNBURGH . . . . .Secretary CHARLOTTE MCGUIRE Charles Edward Jackson Charlolle Rose McGuire Helen Darsl Helena Mary Ruggeri Mary Thornburgh William Skaggs Conslance Ayres Kalherine Clancy Mary Clancy Mrs. Lucile Slemwell Margarel' Norman Harold While Paul Filzgeralcl Lusella Smiih Rila Kummer Rudolph Taylor Dana Branlley Norberl Ackermann Michael Balilsaris Nicholas Weber Joan Tabor Marian Leahy James Aurelia Claude Burnelle Georgia Kelley . , ,..... . Vice- FATHER ENGLERT John Bauer Paul Maile John Nicholson Josi lvloriarly Richard Kenl Marie Moore William Meek Roger Teague Lyle Waller Joe Hillenbrand William McElroy Archer Bailey Alma Rankin Celesline Leahy Isabel Ashe James Golcher Thomas Cashin Laurella Keener Dorolhy Hickerson Angel Ciordia Calherine McLaughlin William Haynes Vincenl Vorder Bruegge Michael Capanear Michael Caponegro Thomas Schade I r " , l'?' '- ,fl-1. i R 'rx' , 'X jx V if? il as Ri . so A 1 Presldenl NORBERT ACKERMAN . . . MEMBERS Enrique Faiardo Alva Murphy Maryan Hill Howard Vorder Bruegge Michael King Maude Gilmer Edward Molinski Francis Perna Margarel Phillips Bernie Mehen Roane Waring Joseph Nigro Harold Serra James Schwarlzinger Kalhleen Horley Angela Rose Gleason Richard Mulloy George Reager Eugene Pereda Mary Reese Nicholas Scholz William O'Donnell William Binks Richard Whilmore Owen Hughes Richard Mehen Chaplain Margarere Belale Leonard Simonelli Earl McClanahan Websfer Hubbell Raymond Kuniski Honorico Ciordia Virginia Poole Daylon Sheridan John Long Paul Slagmaier Charles Richardson Carolyn Richardson Mary Kupfer Evelyn Sanderson George Eazakerly James O'Brien Marqarel Anz John McClanahan William Von Maurer Frank Weber Dennie Ledford Daniel McGee James Lenahan Charlolle Kincaid Sylvia Raymondo Franklin Hubbell . . Treasurer Marvin Tarpy Frank Hubbuch William Garily Roberl Corry Helen Ashe William Schaad Charles Ellis Roberl Dewine Gus Richter, Ill. Roberl Connelly George Wilson Rudolph Klarer Margie Marlorell James Powell Clyde Graven Richard Bolinger Joy Coleman Thomas Ash Roberl Weems Thomas Dooley Albert Rich Evelyn Craigue Lawrence Zonlini James Munson Alberl Rofessa I ii Q M7 V 'llii' - M. ' ' jf ' ll Ki J .1 y , I , :,' xl- 1: I3271 jfs! , 5, T : i -. T, : J N L , r. ss, ,Al TTFTTTTT TTTT' T X . T T 'DT ,-, -T 175' T fx 'ITF' V - :FQ , " -.- -U fl ' egg TNI ' U 4 g L-A .N ll L . Qi., :',Mh,,lfil,l , g DoPrlesT, Shlvors, Sha :ser Tucken Phi DelTa Kappa, naTional honorary TraTerniTy Tor men engaged in The profession oT educaTion, has as iTs obiecTives: "To TosTer characTer, schol- arship, and proTessional excellence: To encourage educaTional research: To provide programs Tor bringing educaTion closer To real liTe: To publish ideas, discoveries, and meThods Tound by re- search: To sTimulaTe educaTors in The service of democracy: and To make of The organizaTion a conTinuaTion of graduaTe work in professional educaTion." Alpha Kappa chapTer was Tounded aT The UniversiTy OT Tennessee in I925. There are now 545 members and alumni, including men oT abil- iTy and repuTaTion in The Tield oT educaTion. OFFICERS EDWARD G, GARLAND . . . . PresiclenT JOHN J. FULLER. . . L, T. Cooper C. V. DePriesT Frank Finney M. L. AlTsTeTTer J. E, AvenT John Barnhill Axel BreTT L. A. CarpenTer W. E. Cole Edward G. Garland W. C, Hyder N. E. FiTzgerald John J. Fuller Beni. R. Haynes A. W. HobT J. B. Kirkland STUDENT MEM BERS John R. Kleespies Claude Norris FACULTY MEMBERS E. B, KnighT C. H. Loose F. E, Lowry S. F. T. Lund A, J. Paulus C. M. Scarborough Millard Shivers Adams Phillips J. P. PorTer B. D. Raskopf Hobson Rollins Oscar E, Sams SecreTa ry-Trea surer George STrausser R. L. Swisher G. C. Tucker Fred C. SmiTh John A. ThacksTon R. F. Thomason Duncan WhiTe Clyde H. Wilson PHI llElT ITAPPA IBZSII SIICITTII IIT I-I TITIEAII NIIIIT HI I ISIIIHIS This socieTy was organized in I92O Tor The purpose oT preserving The experiences oT The engineering proTession in World War I. IT was TeIT ThaT These happenings could be sTudied as a guide Tor The TuTure. The chapTer aT The UniversiTy oT Tennessee was esTablished in I94O. The purposes oT The socieTy are as Tollowsz To advance knowledge oT miIiTary engineeringg To promoTe eTTiciency in The mili+ary engineer: To encourage and develop among miliTary engineers and oTher branches oT The miIiTary service a spiriT oT cooperaTion and muTuaI undersTanding oT Their respecTive duTies, powers, and limiTa- Tionsg To develop reIaTions oT heIpTul inTeresT be- Tween The engineer in civil liTe and The miliTary engineer: To held meeTings Tor The presenTaTion oT papers and lecTures on Topics ThaT should be helpTuI and oT inTeresT To The organizaTion's members. OFFICERS A L. ROBERSON . . . . PresidenT J R. KING . . . . Vice-Presidenf MEMBERS H. M. Abele J. R, King A, L. Roberson C. A. Bolinger L. L. Levi J. W. Ruch VV. E. BurneTT D. E. Freeman T. K I:uIlerTon P, E, I-Iarlrleroad L. D, I-IinTon A. P. I-IuTchison R. R. Lewis William Lowry R. T, MeriweTher AlTred Mouron C, E. Murphy N. A. Pace E. W. SmiTh, Jr. C. I-I. Spranlale J. B. STewarT R. K. Abele W, G. Allen R. C. Anderson E. W. SMITH, JR. . . I-I. M. ABELE . . . J. W. Bailey E. M. DougherTy J. S, Hillenbrand P. A. I-Iughes C. D. I-IylTon W. A. MonTgomery J. A. MoriariTy F. T. OsTeen . SecreTa ry . Treasurer A. A. PeTerson E. I-I. ShacIceITord W. R. SuTTon J. A. ThornTon J. E. VesTaI C. D. WaTson E. D, WhiTe James Wilbanlqs V'7""" "" c'Miff'Tf'f'T3 I ' W -if I r F I i ,. I I i I I I Ii U, First Row: Doughei-Ty, Tree-.X r T man, FuI'Ie1-Ton, 'HafkIe- li road, Hilg-don.. King, ,Meri-. ...V wgiher. -Second ,Q Q . Mouron, Murphy, Q Spranklei Sfewarf, Womack. ' if: H , A , Qj g A N .ll '47 ,ISI . -.Fw -.i ' Zi',,,..,...oe.E.Lfl'2s-. J.: T-.--Welle. IQ3291 . . .5 , - -i -:J -I ,..., -hx-..u i . -.,. If ..i... LALYLWIHI. 5... . L. I2 AE". N I Z f A T I O N S Add a bunch oT loeauTy To some colorTul uniTorrns, Throw in some very excellenT direcTion, and you geT The VoleTTes. Under The direcTion oT Band lvlaior E. W. l-lall, The VoleTTes ioin wi+h The Band and The Beaver Club To give The UniversiTy The mosT colorTul halT-Tirne show in The SouTh. Triclcy TormaTions, The resulT oT hours oT Tedious planning, were The con- TribuTion oT The all-girl squad, and They played a mosT imloorTanT parT in malcing Knoxville and The UniversiTy The "TooTball capiTal oT The naTion." OFFICERS ELAINE TowLE ....... ...... ..... P f esadeni GENEVIEVE BURNETTE . . . . vicepfesideni THEDA MAE WELCH . . . ..,. seaeiafy CHARLOTTE TiPToN . . . . . . Treasurer U50 I Chrisline Ailor Alma Alclred Margarel Anz Evelyn Bales Margie Bowman Thressa Brichello Genevieve Burnelle Lula Buller Peggy Calloway Marlha Carmichael Marlha Carroll Doris Carlhron l-larriel Chapin Calherine Clancy Mary Clancy Susie Cole Pal Cronin Carolyn Davis Valda Davis Elinor Fosler Belly Freeman Bessie Jane Freeman MEMBERS Rochelle Fulbrighl Margarel Fuller Dol l-lale Lillian l-lamplon Margarel Harrison Dol l-leiple Dol l-liclcerson Norma Hodges Lavena l-loll Frances Johnson Wanda Johnson Reba Juslus Joe Glover Dol Marlin Emily Mauger Belly McGahee Frances McKelvey Jean McNeil Ina Myers Ann Mollison Jane Nighberl Burma Overlay Mickey Pulman Mara Purcell Peggy Rash Mary Roberls Mary Lou Sawyer Dol Shedd Marlha Reynolds lsabelle Smilh Marguerile Sleinman Kalherine Slevens Edna Tidwell Charlolle Tiplon Elaine Towle Cornelia Tyler Frances Vassey Edna Wallace Marlha Wade Alice Websler Theda Mae Welch Kalhleen Williamson Eunice Wylie Jean Wyriclc O ll C A N,I EZ Ag,Tf I O N S lf331fI l O I2 G 'A'-TNI' I' T",l", O' N S The Ag Club originally sTarTed as The Dairy C.Iub in I8i89, aTTer which iTs name was changed To The Farmer's Club, and again To The Rural Science Club, and Tinally, in I908, To The U.T. Ag Club. In order To be a member, They say, "one musT have handled The hoe, sowed his wild oaTs, and raised cane"g however, each sTu- denT in The college of agricuITure is eligible To become a member oT The Ag Club where he can enioy The Tellowship oT oTher "ag" sTudenTs and be broughT inTo closer conTacT wiTh The TacuITy. The purpose OT The club, as sTaTed by The con- sTiTuTion is, "To esTablish a closer relaTionship Tor The purpose oT sTudying rural liTe problems." The Ag Club is one oT The leading organiza- Tions on The campus. lTs Barnwarmin' is a Tra- diTion ThroughouT This region and is The "send- oTT" Tor Homecoming over which The Ag Club rules. The club publishes The "Tennessee Farm- er," a magazine wiTh naTionaI circuIaTion, and oT viTal inTeresT To Tennessee Tarmers. OFFICERS FaH Tern MARSI-IAL WINTON . . . . . PresidenT RAY WILKINSON . . . . SecreTary ROBERT BOYD . . . . . Vice-PresidenT TOM DAVIDSON . . , . Treasurer OFFICERS WinTer Term SAM STUBBLEFIELD . . ..., PresidenT W, C. SHARP . . . . . SecreTary GEORGE STRASSER . . . . Vice-PresidenT TOM DAVIDSON . . , Treasure,- D321 A. J. Abernalhy Raymond Adams Eugene Adkins William S, Allen Pollie Arnold George Baugus Lemmie W. Bell William D. Bishop Brown Blasley Roloerf C. Bonner Roberl W. Boyd James M. Brailon Roberi L. Brown Thomas H. Brown Baxler Burdeile Maurice Burns Marhis R. Bush Tom Calloway G. W. F. Canander Dallas Canlrell G, L. Carler, Jr. David W. Chandler John E, Chapman Amos W. Charles Howard Chriseman B. Chronisfer J. -C. Clark Max Clendenen James Cochran Broyles Crawley Ornal A. Crawley Henry Crockeri' John H. Dail Alvin C. Dale Thomas H. Davidson Argil A. Deakins Richard S. Deakins Charles V. DePries+ Norman V, Dowdy Donald Downey Wilson L, Duncan Glenn D. Edens James C. English James H. Evans Edward M. Felfon Roberf C. Finley Morgan E. Eilzgerald Edwin S. Godsey, Augusl' S. Hadorn Rudolph C. Hall John P. Hamill James D. Hamillon Oliver W. Harmon Bobby Harrison Warner Harrison Malcom Hawkins Olear Hendrick Hal M. Herd Lewis E. Hewgley Heyward N, Hill James E. Horlon Cornell C. Houslon Roberl T, Inman Terell T. Jackson William T. Jamison Thomas F. Jones MEMBERS Ralph C. Jordan Harold W. Julian Jack Kennedy Charles E. King Woodson King Charles H. Knaff R. D. Lalimer Roy F. Lawson W. O. Largen W, D, Leech Samuel L. Lumpkin Edwin Lusk Edgar W, Lulher Joe P. Lyle Thomas L. Mack James Margrave Louis K. Malherne William M. Maupin Paul P. McClary Ben McEarin William W. McLean Roscoe Mehlhorne Carrol A. Melhvin Arihur C. Miller Dixie M. Miller Orren Reed Milchell James W. Monrowe Edward C. Morrow Tyrus W. Murphy David C, Neil John E, Nix Charles E. Ollinger Joseph R. Overlon Norris W. Pace, Jr. Herlaerl E. Parker Drighr L. Paschall Frank J. Pafferson Hugh C. Paulk Fred C. Powell J. Elderidge Price Claude Prince Walder D. Proflill Grayden Prayer Rodney K. Purnell James Raines Roland Rawls Rufus H. Riggan M. S. Roberls Warren Roberls Harold T, Rose William B. Rucker Richard R, Rushing Luka B. Russell Jesse Salley Lawson Saliley Harvey T. Sandefur Boyd B. Schullz John B. Sharp. Jr. Leo Sharp W. C. Sharp, Jr. James M. Shiners Raymond Simmons A. D. Smiih Horace C. Smilh Charles H. Snodderly Frank G, Sorrells Ray C. Sramere Erifz Slamplili Goodwin F. Sieagall Arfhur C. Slephens Edward L. Srephenson Willie S. Srerling John B. Sloner George Slrasser S. M. Slublolefield Sam Sumari W. W. Tanner Marvin L. Tarpin Clyde N. Taylor Wayne Thomas Howell W. Thompson John S. Thomason George C. Tucker Harold H, Tucker Shelby O. Turner Jere M. Turrenline James E. Vanzanl Meeks Vaughn Hunier M. Von Hoff Aubrey M. Warren Henry D. Walers Charles Wilburn Ray E, Wilkinson Ralph N. Wilkinson Woodrow W, Williams Bascom Williamson Marshall C. Winron Norman K. Wise Zelig O. Wise James W. Young -...., 3 ll ,L ' 12.9- ss 4,1 Agar . 1 fi aw "' ', 5: Jew l CQ ei- .... -. .... -lvl L333l TT f 'iisll -filiclf ofeic E E ' E L ll Q L A is sf, l l I The arislocral among all lhe ag organizalions day lhere are 4l chaplers all over lhe counlry. l on 'rhe campus is Alpha Zela. ll noi only slresses U. T.'s chapler, Morgan Chapler, was founded I high scholarship and oulslanding work in lhe on 'Hje Hill in l9l2, I+ has aclgpfecl as H5 pur- l Classroom. bUl recognizes 55 Well lhe feel lhal poses lhe advancemenl ol serious consideralion in order lo achieve success one musl develop of problems Concerning Hue College O1fAgriCUl- l lhose allriloules of personalily and characler Wren +0 furnish Oppormnmes for a more Con- I lhal dislinguish The man and give The sludenl , , l U , , , , genial fellowship belween sludenls and facully, l lhose qualilies ol leadership which he will find d d d I . I invalualole, nol only in school, bul in aller-lile an +0 encourage an eve Op a more pradlca l as Well' balance ol lhe sludenl's college career-weigh- Founded af Q1-,fo Sialfe Universify' November ing curricular and exlra-curricular inlo a well- 4, l897, Alpha Zela has grown in size unlil lo- lcnil, componenl whole. OFFICERS l THOMAS H. DAVIDSON. . . , .Presidenl GEORGE STRASSER . . Secrelary l CHARLES DePRlEST . . ...,.. Vice-Presidenl ALVIN DALE ....,. . . Treasurer ' MARSHALL WINTON .........., Reporler l MEMBERS Alvin Dale Dwighl Paschall William Tanner Charnell Middlecolf George Tuclcer l g Tom Davidson Marvin Roberls Marshall Winlon William Pace Broyles Crawley l Charles Deljriesl Frilz Slampfli Bascom Williamson James Raines Oliver Harmon V James English George Slrasser James Evans Horace Smilh Woodson King i i iw-M es Miz, A-"T E215 ' lg. 'NEIL' is-, 4 , 261: , ,M 'Mil is w!Q'L 'T :Jw 2 . 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The second award, a year's membership lo lhe Senior Sociely, is given lo The Senior oul- slanding in scholarship. Firsl Row: Fincannon, Needham, Love, l-larlcleroad, Dougherfy, P. Winn, B, Winn. Second Row: Smilh, Perna, Gilleland, Niles, Reager, Ragsdale, Fabian. Third Row: Guy E. Dougherly, Wood, Brown, Mouron, Bird, Burns, Dyke, Fleming, Kirby, Aiken, Hulchinson, Grainger, Fleming, Kampmeier. Members nol' presenl, nol' lisled. Q Q C O A ,V V ,. roam- - , ,....-- .. .. ...,.. O O O O Firsl' Row: Hamlin, Warren, l-loldredge, Callahan, Ramey, Womack. Second Row: Kennedy, Moore, C. Duggan, Griscom, Maxwell, Hall, Reeves. Third Row: Morlon, H. Duggan, Freeman, Searle, Smilh, Chandler, Whife, Bales, Bailey, Dulin, O'Brien. Members nol presenl, noi lisfed. 0 The purpose of lhe American Sociery ol Mechanical Engineers is lo bring aboul a closer relalionship belween lhe sludenrs and lhe mechanical engineering world ol loday. The sludenl is broughr inlo Jrhe praclical side of mechanical engineering by exlensiverlield Jrrips lalcen Jrhroughoul lhe year. lf336fl The Universify Chorus affords an opporfunify for fhose sfudenfs who are musically falenfed fo furfher fheir educafion in fhe fields of music. Many sfudenfs have a nafural fendency for de- velopmenf of fheir falenfs. The Chorus sponsors an annual concerf each year. IVEHSITY IIHUHUS Bllll TITIANIHT lllllli I3371 Firsf Row: Fischer, Harris, Keirn, Link. Second Row: McGuire, Newman, Plyley, Seale. The purpose of fhe Blue Triangle Club is fo develop in ifs members a finer person- alify, a more complefe individualify, a sfronger leadership, more ingenuify, and a friendliness fo envelope all associafes. Through fhis organizafion fhe sfudenfs aid fhe Universify fo meef some of ifs prob- lems and fo develop a higher fype of Universify woman. The purpose of lhe Dairy Club is lo bring aboul closer relalionship belween dairy sludenls and lhe dairy lacullyp lo Tosler a U. T. dairy pro- gram: lo acquainl members wilh slale and na- lional organizalionsg lo become allilialed wilh American Dairy Science Associalionq lo gain experience in conducling meelingsg and lo co- operale wilh Ag Club, Tennessee Farmer, and olher agricullural aclivilies. Firsl' Row: Margrave, J. B., Winlon, Wise, Slampfli, Margrave, H. E., l-linlon. Second Row: Lawson, Hamillon, l-lumberl, Wise, C. E., Smilh, Lumpkin, Shivers. Third Row: Burns, Smarfl, Thomp- son, Simmons, Regan, Roberls, Wiley. Fourlh Row: Flall, Safley. l - . sgg?f.gig:.i.,... First Row: Harris, Williams, Dale, Allen, Russell. Second Row: Aclkin, Malfhews, Porfer, Jones, Professor Rambo. Third Row: Bain, Redding, Parks, Pendlefon. The purpose ol lhe Ag Engineers is lo apply engineering lo agricullure ralher lhan lo olher fields. The members lalce engineering lo enable lhem lo use il in agrarian work, in designing machines and buildings, and in conservalion. The Ten- nessee chapler of Ag Engineers was founded on lhis campus in l939. .lbw I llllS l'338fl The purpose oT The Agronomy Club is To bring abouT a closer relaTionship among iTs members and To TurTher Their sTudy of TexTures oT soils. lVleeTings are held each monTh, wiTh an ouTside speaker as The main inTeresT. Membership is limiTed To Those sTuclenTs who mainTain a high scholasTic sTanding. Firsl Row: Williamson, OverTon, Cavender, Raines, King, Li. Second Row: RoberTs, Moore, Charles, Rice, Thomas, SmiTh, Seafz. Third Row: Vaughan, Warren, Arnold, Noblelf, Clifford, Gouge. lillll llllll lIlUll llVlAl H T33-91 IISBA Illll Firsf Row: Dr. Hervey, Wilkenson, King, Jones, Pace. Second Row: Middlecoff, Powell, Crawley, Mack, Herd, Reese. Third Row: lv1cFarlin, Evans, Wilbourn, Smarff, Branson, TurrenTine. Founded parTicularly Tor sTudenTs in The College oT AgriculTure, The Animal Hus- bandry Club was esTablished Tor The Tur- Therance oT Those men inTeresTed in animal breeding. The group meeTs regularly To hear auThoriTies discuss inTormaTion perTi- nenT To The field. This work, coupled To TrequenT Tield Trips, combines To give The club member a well-rounded knowledge oT his subiecT. The purpose oT This club is To TurTher The inTeresT oT sTudenTs in dairy manuTacTuring. For many years The UniyersiTy oT Tennessee has been rep- resenTed aT The naTional conTesT by a well-Trained producTs Team. All Through The summer a group oT boys work Tor The conTesT, which is usualiy held in OcTober. l FirsT Row: WinTon, Burns, Sl-livers. Second Row: Regan, SmiTh, Hinfon. DIITY PHUDIICTS Jlllllilll AM . W, We . - . , ,.., .., Y T u up flllllll 2zr1,1r'Zzzvr4n4 c T ..,. as u T I T c up T up a as IITY THE JUIJBI STamfli, Chapman, Harrison, PaTTon, Margrave The purpose OT The Dairy CaTTTe Judging Team is To he-Tp The sTudenTs in The inspec- Tion oT dairy caTTle and The idenTiTicaTion oT various groups of caTTle, Tor boTh The use on The Tarm and proTessional service. Several awards were won by The U. T. Team aT The naTional conTesT held This year in Harrisburg, Pa. lf340I By an eliminaTion process The members oT The LivesTock Judging Team are chosen each year. This Team works Tor sTimulaTion oT inTeresT in The knowledge oT The meriTs and Types oT livesTock. The U. T. Team makes a Tine showing in The na- Tional conTesTs which are held annually. Firsf Row: Pace, Jones, Tucker, Pease lCoachl. Second Row: Evans, Herd, Leech. HVTSTUCIT Jlllllil TT TITUIT Jllllligl TT f341fl Firsf Row: Bo,d, LaTimer, MiTchelI. Second Row: Monroe I Tucker. The TruiT judging Team is chosen each yoar Trom sTudenTs who are inTeresTed in scien- TiTic TrL.iT growing. The TruiT judging Team aims Toward encouragemenT and promo- Tion oT knowledge oT The gualiTy and kinds oT TruiTs, especially apples. Each year's Team makes a Trip To a regional conTesT and compeTes againsT seven oT The besT agriculTural schools oT The EasT. The purpose OT The Spanish Club is To promoTe good Tellowship among Spanish sTudenTs and To increase The abiliTy To converse in This language. Occasionally a TirsT year Spanish sTudenT is in- viTed To join, buT usually The membership is lim- iTed To sTudenTs oT second, Third, and TourTh year Spanish. SP ISH lIllIIT 1 i I I l PHI TT TA Phi ETa Tau is a physical educaTion club Tor women. The purpose oT This socieTy is To TurTher The proTessional inTeresT in healThTul exercise on The campus oT The Universilry. The club sTrives Tor The highesT ideals oT sporTsmanship and brings iTs mem- bers inTo a closer realizaTion oT The inTri- caTe deTails oT Their chosen proTessions. cc s c IB4-21 Mainly Through The sincere eTTorTs OT The Nux Club The Memphis Division oT The UniversiTy has placed The Tollowing pages in The "VoIunTeer." C5arnharT Brown, a senior in Medical School, inTeresTed The Tollowing nine organizaTions wiTh The idea oT beTTer represenTaTion oT This well-Icnown branch OT The UniversiTy. and as a resuIT a regular secTion OT The book has been Tormed. Heralded as one oT The TinesT medical schools in The counTry, The UniversiTy gives To The STaTe and The enTire counTry individuals well Trained in scienTiTic Icnowledge and pracTices. This college draws iTs enrollmenT oT some 865 Trom all secTions OT The UniTed STaTes, and a TaculTy oT prominenT scienTisTs direcT The academic worlc. Sur- rounded by a group oT The rnosT superior hospiTaIs in The SouTh, The medical sTudenTs receive exceIIenT pracTicaI experience. ThroughouT Their Training The groups oT seIecTed sTu- denTs pursue The courses wiTh The one greaT aim, "To be oT a greaTer social service To hun'ianiTy." The high re- quiremenTs necessary Tor admission insure an enrollmenT oT sTudenTs who are well quaIiTied Tor a scienTiTic career, and who are willing To underTaI4e a course requiring seIT- sacriTice, and an unTold amounT oT inTensive sTudy and worlc. The UniversiTy as a whole Ioolcs wiTh pride on iTs sisTer schools in Memphis. IIIIIIIII SIIHIIUI UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE, MEMPHIS DIVISIONS SCHOOL OF PHARMACY COLLEGE OF MEDICINE COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY SCHOOL OF NURSING SCHOOL OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES ' ig .Tigiif..-ZlE3..ffiaf?5.-. ..f754XQLTllNQ 5 . . .L ILL-. , . N7 S i The Nux Club on Jrhe campus of Jrhe Univer- for +he following purposes: promoiion of favor- dl sily in Memphis is composed of Jrwo Seniors from alole publicilry for The Memphis unilsg advance- each lralernily recognized by The Commirlee on menl of good fellowship among The fralernilies L - Sludenl Welfare, and ihey are loanded Jrogelher on Jrhe campus: and The foslering of a Medical V seclion in The Volunleer. OFFICERS EARNEST OATES ......... . . Presidenl' GARNHART T, BROWN ,Vice-Pregidenf Della Sigma Delia - HlRAM OATES ......... Secreiary-Treasurer Phi Chi MEMBERS EDWIN K. WILLIAMS. . .... Kappa Psi CHARLES ROBBINS. . . . . Phi Chi JAMES GRAHAM . . .... Phi Rho Sigma JACK HYDER ..... . . Psi Omega e. c. COLLINS. . . .Alpha Kappa Kappa M. v. vv1LLiAMs. JR. . . Phi Della cha JAMES NASH ,.... . . .Alpha Kappa Kappa JOE LIBERTO .... . . Phi Rho Sigma ADDISON T. TATUM . . . . . . . .Phi Chi WILLIAM BUTLER. . . .Thela Kappa Psi .mrvips N. JETER , . ......... Phi chi BILL PARKER . . . . .rhaia Kappa Pai DR. A. J. SCHWARZ . . .... Eaculiy Advisor n E51 . f liii 1 f iawpl-',..v S'-if -,". . . 'rpg '- Fifa Raw: Brown, Camas, firaham, Handy, Hyder, Jafar, Liberlo. saaaad . . bins, Schwarz, Tafum, E. j Pwunama, M. williams. P . ""3'aa1f.i . Row: Nash, Oates, Rob- l344fI PHI IIEII IIHI I l , X x Phi DelTa Chi, a naTionaI ProTessional Phar- maceuTical and Chemical FraTerniTy, was Tound- ed aT The UniversiTy oT Michigan in The year I888. The chapTer IocaTed aT The UniversiTy OT 526g::.' s- , , ! FF, ti , I fy ig i , Yi , T X V A ,lf Tennessee was Tormed on May ll, I922, and was TiTIed Omega C.hapTer. Dr. RoberT Crowe, Dean of The School oT Pharmacy, holds The dis- Tinguished honor oT being The TirsT charTer mem- ber oT The local Omega chapTer. OFFICERS MANLEY V. WILLIAMS, JR. . . . . . Presiclenl' FRED W. HARRIS , . . .SecreTary CHARLES E. DUNCAN . . . . Vice-PresidenT H, H. KLINE . . . . . Treasurer MEMBERS Charles Bruer Grover Bowles Mr. W. W. Cox Dr. RoberT Crowe John CurTis Elmus CurTis, Jr. Henry Gower AIberT Musick Frances Herndon DalTon Oliver Troy Paine FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. Thomas Nash, Jr. Vernon Place James Pope KenneTh Rader Mr. Glenn QuisT Roy RoberTs Carl Weisener Dr, William Wendell Dr. E, FosTer Williams os, I2 J fi go N S l343I O I2 C IA' N 7 Ii Zf -A' Ti J I O N S Kappa Psi, firsl narional Greek lerrer pharma ceulical lraiernily, was founded Decemloer I5, I879, al The College of Virginia. Since Hs in ceprion if has grown lo have 53 collegiare chap - iers and 36 graduare chaprers locared only in Jrhose colleges of pharmacy which meer The Syl- - labus requiremenis of lhe American Associalion - of Pharmacy. orriceizs G. T. BROWN .... , . . Regenf RALPH HANDY . . . .Secrefary GEORGE LAMAR . . . . .Vice-Regem' RALPH DUNCAN . . .Chaplain L. E. BINGENHEIMER ........... Treasurer SAM STEFFNER .... , , His-forian E. K. WILLIAMS . . ..... Pledge Masier MEMBERS James Anderson Maurice Belew Noel R. Billings Frank Collins Dr "Deceased Richard Croslin Frank Hudson H. K. Garmany Lynn Kishbaugh Charles Gidcomb Frank Kyle f S. P. Hale Edwin McAdoo FACULTY MEMBERS A. J. Schwariz Dr. Karl Goldner William Parker Edward Touchfon Al Pinkerlon Waller Touchlon Cecil Roach James Wealhers 'Augusi L. Shackleford Hoy? Wells ' Dr. Dempsy Morrison I3-161 ri, x, I J K fjff , "" Q ,, QW? -25 ' 3, f ' 1 ,cy ff if ,, i . .., . my Q K! y A ,, X 9' ,F X s , "'21f.. -. . f 6+ ,- , ,I + gg f X if I 1 ff 'iif 'Q 7 " , I l ' ' 2 JZ.. v '- W Q Q 1 H52-Sf M e K - . .9 . sf Alpha Kappa Kappa, nafional medical frafer- nify, was founded af fhe Darfmoufh Medical School, in Hanover, New Hampshire, by Mr. Dixie Crosby. The dafe of founding was Sep- ff -N ,X i KV fember 29, I888, and fhe frafernify has grown unfil foday if has 54 acfive chapfers scaffered over fhe Unifed Sfafes. The local chapfer, Omega, was insfalled on March 24, l903. OFFICERS h ROBERT AUSPAUGH . . ........ Presidenf W. H. ANDREWS . . . . .Secrefary HOMER RUH .... . .Treasurer MEMBERS James Bailey Alberf Bauer Douglass Black George Davis Thomas Dorrify Dan Greer William Hardy Edward Jackson Norris Kessler Donald Moseley Charles Rayburn Richard Roberfs Howell Sherrod Wallace Soufher William Tucker Roberf Brown Landon Gurnee Cary Moore Kay Toma Fred Wachfer James Busharf William Hannum Cliff Moore Paul Toma J, Lanier Wyaff E. W, Coclce Howell Woodson on 7zf2'f'G.'qA N' is z- Aw ,T i o N S i ts-171 V o iz c -A N EAM T al o N Delfa Sigma Delfa is a nafional professional was founded af fhe Universify of Michigan in frafernify founded fo band fogefher men in l882. The local chapfer af fhe Universify is fraining for fhe denfal profession. This frafernify 'Kappa Kappa chapfer. OFFICERS EARNEST OATES . . . Grand Masfer D. G. VINSANT . . . .... Treasurer JOE DUGGINS . . .... Worfhy Masfer ADOLPH BALZEN. . . .Senior Page G, V. TAYLOR, JR.. . ........... Scribe VV, V. DIXON . . . , Junior Page E. A. PETROCELLI .....,....... l-lisforian MEMBERS P. D, Adams William Jolly Murray Mafhews G, T. Mullony R. H. Rodgers Roberf Afkinson W. L, Marshall Casfles Moore Lynwood Murray Russell B. Schuberf l'l6FOlC-l Baker James Sfriclclancl FACULTY Dr. Templefon J. V. Thomas DHT SIGMA HTA H481 SCHUUI UI HI TAI HI CLASS OF I94I OFFICERS IMOGENE THOMAS . . ...... . . FAYDELLE GRIST .... HELEN GOWAN ...... VIRGINIA GARRETI' . . MEMBERS June Brown Allene Garre'I"r Mary Nelle Dickerson Doris Gaufier Marguriie Goldisby C L A S S O F I 9 4 2 . . . . . . Presidenr . . Vice-Presidenf . . . Treasurer Secreiary Reba Ragsdale Clemence Wadley OFFICERS MARIE PALMER ....... ........ .,.... P r esidenf JEANNE HUTCI-IISON . . . , .Vice-Presidenf MARTHA JO TURNER ....... . . . Secrefary ELIZABETH JANE HUGHEY. . . Treasurer MEMBERS Mabel Ca+es Jean Miller Wa'r+s FACULTY Dr. Chas. B. Dulce D' H, P. Thomas Dr. TempIe+on O I2 L GT A Zn A fT .I O N S II L349I BIT I QIQGASN-.r z.A.frrroNs JACK W. HYDER ..,.... MORRIS H. ZANGWELL . . S E N I O R S OFFICERS CHARLES ROBBINS . . . JOSEPH DUGGINS . . JACK H. ATKINS ADOLPH H. BALZEN DR. J. A, FANNIN MEMBERS DAMON BERNARD GEORGE DRUSS SIEGFRIED GRUENWALD WILLIAM JOLLEY CHARLES OATES LEM RAINWATER SPONSORS DR. A. K. PARKS . . . , . .Presidenf . . Vice-Presidenf . Secretary .Treasurer R. H. ROGERS JOHN SHERRILL DR. MINOR fi 4. :'2f5M'. ' 5' . mg W wr' M- GS 1 A ESRB? . .' . .. . ,wr , ,. A , Xl . I.. F: X t ZX .,,.,, H R ,I AQ' L . , f ,IQXT " I, f59Y -' if --S ia.-1. M- . -'-2: 2 ' - . - ' i' Z 4 '- . I S' R Q gf.. 5 wAM,Fgik rvwk gff . yi., !Nl I. :X f-,' - . - Vx Q' Q I ' S I N XP IIBSQI . - .' r PKR? ' L .- Lffa I 1 A -.If ' :sg ,I . 5. A ,xg -. .L ' .K -:E ww. ' I - .geesfw-.f :K - Qs? 512.1 " P J - fs , fI- 2. A: . 1 I 'i . I 'f' "" .. , " In Wf?A ,..-, W I . X5, gy. iw f Q-,,x.,g,f,' f S z. , ,K -.f -' f . W .-wax VN ' LBSOJ SCHUUI III PHARMACY M. V. WILLIAMS, JR .... RALPH H. DUNCAN O. C. ARNOTI' L. E. BINGENHEIMER G. T. BROWN DR. A. J. SCHWARZ K, , ! 'I Y SENIORS MEMBERS C. E. DUNCAN HAROLD FORD THOMAS GAY RALPH HANDY EDWARD MULLINS FACULTY DR. CROWE . fi f f l ...... . . .Presidenf . .SecreIary-Treasurer ROBERT SWIFT JOE SYKES EDWIN K. WILLIAMS DR. L. D. SEAGER O ITl.C ,AQNFIAZ IAATFI O N S L3511 9 R G A L ,,Z,,.. I ,,,A, .-.3A,,, ,4,LA, N , . ..f3.. .f1.,. A V S CELIA B. HART . Hannah D. I-lyllon Nell Langwell Phyllis Lipe MAXINE FOWLER Marian Rulh Brolcaw Jessie Lee Bischoff Frances Brien Johnnie Burch TWELFTH QUARTER STUDENTS OFFICERS . . . . . . . .Presiclenl MELBA I-IILL . . PAULINE ROSS .... . . . Secrelary-Treasurer MEMBERS Minnie G. Malloclc Mabel Palmer Rachel Poller Doris Morhershed Kalie P, Pannell Jeanella F. Price Rurh Mullins Frances Pellerson Geraldine Renfroe TENTH QUARTER STUDENTS OFFICERS . . . . . . . . .Presidenr CLEMENTINE PARKS . ANNIE RUTI-l DREADEN ..... Secrelary-Treasurer MEMBERS Juanila Fewell Evelyn Fairchild Alma Goclsey Louise Haraway Carhlene Harris Evelyn I-lie'l"l Elizabelh I-loover Carrie Jarvis Marguerire Mezoe Mildred Neill Faye Overlon Billie Pallerson Violel' Ross Hermione Smilh Mary Jo Tulab , . Vice-Presidenr Nola Smilh Rulh Waller Mabel While . . Vice-Presidenl Mary M. Vanderburg Nevaline Wagoner Nellie Waldrum Mildred Wofford I SIIHIIUI UI UIISI T?-521 Jnzzolnczn THE UNIVER SITY'S FRIEN IN THE BUSINESS woR DELICICUS SANDWICHES THE NEW AND DRINKS PALM BEACH SUITS 47 Maole in Knoxville- Worn The World Over 8 DRUG STORE T L AT 4, THE CORNER OF THE CAMPUS 4F GOODALL COMPANY PHONE 2-SIo3 WE INVITE YCJUR BUSINESS COMMERCIAL CHECKING SAVINGS SAFE DEPOSIT DANKINC ACCOUNTS ACCOUNTS BOXES .ll TRAvELER'S COMPLETE LO S fe-W CEIECKS AN TRUST DEPT. W RESOURCES DEPOSITS S33,ooo,ooo S3o,ooo,ooo I fl, -jf I ' 0 M PI MILT :IEITIIIIIIN E H sIfEI2""'PI uma.. '. 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Cumberland ..l..1i.-l ,-1- 1..i f, CLOVER LEAF FOOD PRODUCTS GOVERNMENT INSPECTED FOR YOUR PROTECTION TASTE QUALITY INGREDIENTS MANUFACTURING PURITY "Reasons Why" CIover Leaf Producfs Have Won Popular Accepiance. Your Dealer Can Serve You DI ,A N 3 I ,,,,,I'1""i 'N I N , rw I I A Before any gOaI is achieved There musf be plans. plans ThaT include The mOsT inTricaTe deTaiIs. 'Many Times The proper aICfiIiaTiOns wiIh a sound and dependable bank is invaluable in Tormulafing and carrying Ouf Those plans for The TfuTure. The Park NaTionaI invi+es you To avail yourself of any OT ITS faciIiTies which incIude any modern banking need. CAPITAL SI,0O0,000.00 RESOURCES SI8,000,000.00 Membe:v1Ee1ZILeTIaIFlS:Ebii'rIIiiEF:FIcZYCIiinpora+ion GAS JOSTEN'S ls Your Manufadrurers of The WorId's FInesT School Jewelry , "QUICK-CLEAN-ECONOMICAL COMMENCEMENT INVITATIONS SERVAINI-T" CLASS RINGS 0 PINS 0 MEDALS FOR COOKING-REFRIGERATION TROPHIES WATER HEATING Fac'rory--OWATONNA, MINNESOTA CG. MR. CHARLES WINEGAR-Division Manager Rose Mortuary I32I NORTH BROADWAY y COMPLIMENTS OF y I-IIeI-ILAND GRILL APPRECIATION The Task of ediTing and managing a yearbook involves a myriad oT small deTaiIs and rouTine duTies. For one, Two or Three persons To produce an annual The size oT The "VoIun+eer" is well nigh impossible, so we wish To Talce This opporTuniTy To express our Thanks To The Tollowing people wiThouT whose coop- eraTion our iob would have been impossible: The Knoxville Journal and News-SenTineI Tor Their Ioan oT all UniversiTy picTuresg Jack Joyner Tor his camera and sporTs hinTs7 Ivliss JuaniTa Hope oT IvIcLean's Tor her splendid cooperaTion on phoTographing and handling all sTudenT phoTosg Mr. Raney oT Capper Engraving Company and Joe LedbeTTer oT Benson PrinTing Company Tor Their Triendly Technical as- sisTance: Bill Holman Tor his exceIIenT sub-division page phoTographsg and To John Lea Tor his Timely advice and assisTance. JOE WISE, EdiTor. - WOODROW THOMAS, Business Ivlanager. UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE CREAMERY THE MOST UP-TO-DATE DAIRY MANUFACTURING LABORATORY IN THE SOUTH "We InviI'e You In" E ' 'WAHM' 'AEWEAVS 5c HAMBURGER 5c 428 Gay S+reeI 420 Henley S+ree'r 3I2 Wall Av 614 Markef S+reeI 905 Wes+ern Av A+ The SIgn of The Clock I I I S. Gay S+ree+ Church and THE SHERWIN WILLIAMS COMPANY F. B. TERRELL, JR., Local Manager HANDLING THE BEST IN: PAINTS, VARNISI-IES, LACQUERS, LEADS, OILS, ENAMELS, BRUSI-IES, AND PAINTERS' SPECIALTIES 3 I4 SouI'I1 Gay S+reeI' Knoxville, Tennessee O O MANN limes . . . . , "2 "": ' " Afler 25 years of operahon In Knoxville, Morris Plan Bank -V.4 sla rls on Hrs second quarler cenlury wllh an even grealer Hg-1-j' bellel IH lhe soundness and public necessary of Hrs lype - - . . . ' "A" l' of bankun . . . servnn Jrhe avera e clhzen of Knoxvnlle, 12- 1' iw a m g 'l f :.-s if gr 'Q-3 YOU, The Individual. Ever mindful of progress, ils scope , "'l' ' 3, if of servuces as enlarged +o meer each specualuzecl need of The lnduvldual, and buds you a hearly welcome a+ all limes . . .... In Knoxvllle's rnosl modern banking If'lS'l'I'l'Ul'lOI'1. -, f..V 7 ' J T - ' s -zz rerun Mm :gang of finaxvr. 4: .J HE 0 "Popular" Checking Accounfs L 0 "Personal" Checking Accounls A 0 Vacafion Savings Clubs Member Federal Deposil' Insurance Corporalion 0 Oh Savings Near You Tberejs A Complimenls ol CAMPBELL'S Wl'llTE STORE SERVICE LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS CompIeI'e S+oCks of The WorId's Finesf DIAMONDS ' WATCHES ' JEWELRY ' SILVER CHINAWARE ' RADIOS ' NOVELTY JEWELRY ROYXILMJQEQIITELERS 504 S. Gay STreeT-KnOxviIIe GGVTIIOIS BICIQ--IVIEVYVIIIG ple I SPECIAL ' I ,, COFFEE me best part of the meal ' QSM WORMSER HAT STORES Din an, C: P557 5,557 51' "I-IATTERS TO MEN" -EsYST.EIIu I ' 1 SINCE 'W' , WILL TEMPLE, Monogof 'rdoor Adveriisi q N -EI-mic Sig 525 S Gay Sm' KWH" T 7I3 SOUTH GAY 3-aIss COMPLIMENT5 OF "Bes'r Wishes Seniors" COMPLIMEN-I-S CHANDLER 81 CO. TENNESSEE OFFICE SUPPLY of 'm'P"'a'ed COMPANY TENNESSEE OPTICAL CO. KNOXVILLE' TENNESSEE 20I W. Clinch Ave. Phone 2-8I9I BeST Wishes Seniors FRED BROWN'S, Inc.. KERN'S BAKERY WEAVER'S RESTAURANT 619 Soufh Gay Sfreef AIR CONDITIONED . IEOAL'S Real E5+a+e TI1-Ie ANITARY The Hope BroI'hers Co. IFISUFGIWCS CO. "KNOXVILLE'S OLDEST JEWELERSH UPPLIES l H IcNoxvILLE, TENNESSEE MANUFACTURERS AND JOIIBERS Waiches' Rmgs- V'3"""eS D f I Is-Sanifary Req ' 'I 5I3 MARKET STREET LEM ANDERSON CO. OOMPLIMENTS OF Ph HW' 506 Markef S+. --Fooo Merchanfs In Knoxville Since AMERICAN OPTICAL CO. ED SCHMID l9l3" REAL ESTATE WILLET D, ANDERSQN' Manage, GeneraI Building KNOXVILLE, TENN. 709 M k f sf KNOXVILLE TENN THE H. T. HACKNEY TYPEWRITERS O. W. SCHAEFFER SALES AGENCY Disfribufors For STQKLEY Underwood Ellio'r Fisher Sunds+rand California F'-UH-S and Vege-fables Typewrifers, AccounTinq Machines, Adding Machines Sales and Service, Ribbons and Carbons KNOXWLLE' TENNESSEE 4zI w. CLINICH AVE. KNoxvILLE, TENN. KATHRYNS DUNLAP HENLEY STREET D,5T,NCT,VE DRESSES TRUNK AND LEATHER SHOP DRUG STORE zoos L ke Ave. Pho 36972 Luggage aIffneP:gQiegseHand Bags 71, H ,ey Uwe Deliver.. 20,91 MUSIC C. DEAN COMPLIMENTS OF TIRE COMPANY CLARK 8: JONES 1830 W. Cumberland Pho 37Il7 . . J' S' a In Knoxville HERBERT'S LADIES SHOP WE ARE TRUSTED BY YOUR PHYSICIAN This Jusfifies Your Confidence COMPLIMENTS OF Cm fjjhg Clmfusdal MEDICAL ARTS DRUG co., Inc. MCLELLAN STORES CO. ml ' um eran PRESCRIPTION SERVICE DIAL 3-7I75 407.9 GAY ST. FORMALS' SPORTS' STREET Main af Locusf Knoxville, Tenn COMPUMENTS S. B. NEWMAN 8: CO of Prinfing-Office Supplies C' M' MCCLUNG 81 CO- MAYIS l:URNl-l-URE CO- an S. GAY ST., DIAL s.2IoI COMPUMENTS OF "EXCLUSIVE oPTIcIANS FOR OCULISTS FARRAGUT LUMBER Knoxville Pa er Box Co J' C' EUBANKS COMPANY P ' KNOXVILLE OPTICAL DISPENSARY KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE Phone Mm 703 Mmm SL KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE THE I94I VOLUNTEER KINGSKRAFT COVER Designed and Produced by KINGSPORT PRESS, INC. KiI19SP0f+. Tennessee I3R0WN'5 FOUNTAIN CITY BOOTERIE CLEANERS BEAUTIEUL SHOES" DiaI 6-2577 5,9 SOM Gay 462: N. BROADWAY TINSLEY TIRE COMPANY HENLEY AT CUMBERLAND Phone 2-2I I7 Tires, Tubes, Gas, Oil, and BaIIerIes BRAKE DEPT ROAD SERVICE HOLMES-DARST COAL CORP. HAMILTON BANK BLDG K II T TRANSPORTATION BLDG C I SECURITIES BLDG D M MURPHY BLDG D I I C 81 S BANK BLDG AH I MONTGOMERY BLDG ..,....... Spartanburg, S. C. OUR DOUBLE SCREENED HOUSEHOLD STOKER FUELS THE FOLLOWING KNOX COUNTY OFFICIALS EXTEND TO THE ORADUATINO CLASS OF I94I A. E. MITCHELL t HAZEN KREIS CHANCELLOR sl-IERTEE O 9 S. O. HOUSTON THERON D. WILSON COUNTY JUDGE TRUSTEE 0 O J. FRED BIBB W. H. HALL ATTORNEY GENERAL t COUNTY COURT CLERK HOTEL FAIQIQAOUT KNOXVILLE SANGRAVL COMPLIMENTS MATERIAL CO. f Phone 3-ZI47 O KNOxv1LLE, TENNESSEE SAND-ORAVEL-CEMENT-LIME READY--MIX-CONCRETE Phone 3'7'33 CALL Us I228 MAIN AVENUE KNOXVILLE TENNESSEE , Y I F W A VOL s CLEANING co. . 3 6 A .Xt TALK -ABOUT lncorporafed Q' ,, N T9K'TSK- T FORECLOSURES! I .3 U s AN01-.HQQ ' f 'ma ow T O D bl V u af 1,35 -I I K. f Y Q Homriifjfg WAS Nr! Etlcira OLOQZL aE:perf Jflf fvx r3g::g.:5l'X CLEANEUXX DRESSES Cleaning and G'uaranfeed f' V. i "Q, XX. , AJ ,, , ,- W' ,y - MENS SUITS Mofh-Proofmg. '- --..- T504 w. Cumberland 2-712' '2f--,------ Complimenis of I T Home of FIOWS JOHNSON S FLOWERS QQMPUMENT5 az: s. Gay sf. 3-3:95 Medical Arfs Bldg. 2-5153 OF ELSIE STAIR FLOWER C0"'P""'e""5 of SHOP CROUCH ART FLORIST "QUALITY FLOWERS" IHCOFPOFGTSC5 vol Mafkef S+. 2-64:4 52l Markef Sf- 3-5'5' O I The Fashion S'I'ore of Tennessee ,MK KSN VESTAL LUMBER Ed MANUFACTURING COMPANY Incorporated KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE J. PARK VESTAL, President and Treasurer - EDWARD M. VESTAL, Vice-President and Secretary Band Mills EMMET P. VAUGHN, Sales Manager KNOXVILLE, TENN.-DUFF, TENN.-SARDIS, GA. H. V. HOLSTON, Traffic Manager CLAYTON, LA.-ARKANSAS CITY, ARK. JOE D. PENLAND, Auditor r - . '. lf- "f 'W WN 15:1-ru , , 1'5 1 II Q., ,EIU ,Q ,-Q. I ' "L"" I A llifl ' ' - 2' TI" Ill 4 f'3Qfgii,g3igggi,H ,ii V if 777511 ,gf-T, H ' , . 'E ,ar - as I E , ,.f, :I 'ff ,, H ,L Vivkuv ng A SEXTON SERVICE OFFERS YOU v The only naTionally adverTised brand oT Toods prepared exclusively Tor The insTiTuTional marlceT. V The securiTy of endorsemenT by all The leading Trade associaTions in The insTiTuTional field in The UniTed STaTes. V The TaciliTies oT The only wholesale grocery company operaTing planTs in The Two principal American markeTs- Chicago and New York. V As rendered by America's largesT disTribuTors of number Ten canned foods, a disTincTive service on a compIeTe assorT- menT of qualiTy foods packed in This insTiTuTional size con- Tainer. v I-Iome recipe pickles, relishes and conserves Trom SexTon Sunshine Kifchens-delicious and appeTizing. V CareTully selecTed coffees-blends resulTing from years of careful sTudy-roasTecl fresh daily aT Chicago and Brooklyn. V A selecTion of your needs from The largesT invenTory ever assembled Tor The parTicuIar needs oT Those who feed many people each day. lm' SEXTO 'Q' Eitabllxhrd IBS! Edelweiss' Qualify Faads CHICAGO BROOKLYN STAR LAUNDRY "Knoxville's QuaIiTy Laundry" DRY CLEANING Clinch Ave. Plqgne FRATERNITY JEWELRY Official Badges, Pins and Keys, Medals, Trophies, Programs, ParTy Favors, InviTaTions, STaTionery, CresTed GiTTs WriTe for Free CaTaIogue L. G. BALFOUR CO. 955 Temple Ave. Knoxville, Tenn. Trade Mark BUCKETRUX DEMPSTER BROTHERS, INCORPORATED KNOXVILLE. TENNESSEE HITLS1,L?'CZ7'LC6 of IfS BTGTLCZIESH J. E. LUTZ AND COMPANY Established 1896, Incorporated 1929 Underwriting Managers TENNESSEE INSURANCE COMPANY 0 Our Organization Includes the Following Alumni: LEACH, 'os J. WALKER "NED', LUTZ, '12 "GABY" HOOPER, '20 JOHN JACOBS, '24 DON SEVERANCE ENTIRE SECOND FLOOR, BURWELL BLDG. SAM FRANKLIN, '25 GEORGE TAYLOR, '39 ERNEST RODGERS, '40 JOHN E. LUTZ, II, '40 KN OXVILLE, TENNESSEE WALLACE 81 WALLACE, lnc. Loans-Real EsTaTe-RenTals-Insurance b fC B ilding Phone 3-9l22 Cham er o ommerce u OOMPLIMENTS OF LlPPNER'S FISH MARKET SPENCE SHOE COMPANY 430 Soufh Gay Sfreel' Knoxville, Tennessee "BEST-BET-BUICK" 'l-liTcl1 Your STar TO This One, lT's a l-loney KNOXVILLE BUICK CO., Inc. CADILLAC-PONTIAC KAY'S OF KNOXVILLE, INC RODGERS AND COMPANY re.+UlfTilf'lillnildmmiflffcillarfifsoff'ilCfzlffll 4 4 "Oldesf Dealers in The SouTl1lancl" Delicious Malled Mills WEST MAIN AT HENLEY ST. "BEST PART OF THE PARTY" Slfores Loca+ed in Convenienl' Places Around Tow MODEL LAUNDRY-CLEANER R. M. BALES MEAT MKT. 400 N. Cenfral Ave. K,,ox,,melTe,,,,eS5ee YOUR IDEAL MEATING PLA ' Phone 3-81 I2 BR'SCOE'S wALeREEN's COFFEE SHOPPEE CAFE Near Campus Up Town "Drugs of Repu+a+ion" 0' WHERE COLLEGE ERIEND5 MEET "KnoxviIIe's Mosr Beaufiful Drug S+ore" 0' HAH Condmonedn 506 Souih Cay Srreer MORTON-McCRARY TODD 81 ARMISTEAD MOTQRS COMPANY Incorporaied LEADING PRESCRIPTION STORE DISTRIBUTORS Markef and Clinch S'rree'Is Chrysler - CARS - Plyrnourh Dia, Mm Why Shifr Gears? Drive a ChrysIer FIuid Drive E' D' SeCre,r5yyBgnEREEESIjQeYICeTPr ATTENTION CLASS OF I94I All Srudenis in Engineering and Ofher Technical Courses are Rerninded Tha+ When They Become: METALLURGISTS, CHEMISTS, OR PURCHASING AGENTS In The Sreel Indus+ry Their Requirernenrs in +he Line of Ferro-Silicon May Be Supplied from C.haHanooga, "The Dynamo of Dixie" BY SOUTHERN FERRO ALLOYS COMPANY SHIP BY TRUCK RING BOOKS AND SHEETS "Express Service 5+ lireighi. RaJreS" Engineering Supplies, Eclison-Diclc Mirneographs F I ' P d P 'I Free Piclc-Up and Delivery Gun am PPS an PM SCHOOL 8. OFFICE HO0VFlS,,loE,EJCK CG' SUPPLY COMPANY 524 N. Gay KNOXVILLE, TENN. .THE STORE OF SERWCE.. Phone 3-7I5I ' G. E. SMITH, Knoxville, Manager 407 WEST Clinch Avenue Dial 3 POINTS COVERED AND ALL INTERMEDIATE STOPS AI'IanI'a, SI. Louis. Birmingham, Cincinnali, Louisville. Ten- nessee: Knoxville, Nashville, Memphis, Jackson, Faye++eviIIe, Pulaski, Gallalin, Lebanon, Shelbyville, and Tullahoma. Alabama: Anderson and Decaiur. A FEED THE ABOVE POINTS ARE COVERED WITH FROM I TO 2 DAYS' SERVICE For ' Every Animal on The Farm Including The Dog INQUIRIES CHEERFULLY ANSWERED CRUSHED STONE ' MASCOT CHATTS ' ROOFING I GRAVEL ' ASPHALT ROADWAY GRAVEL ASPHALT FILLER DUST MASCOT AMERICAN LIMESTONE COMPANY KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE HOTEL AND .-QP XXX ll .-:lil : Ll .' --Ian' T "1' 'I , I ,.,QQjQ,fIi.jq ii . . REW JOHNSON 350 ROOMS 350 BATHS 'WHERE HOSPITALITY GREETS YOU" HAROLD R. ARCHER, Manager KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE 1 ' ,I E M .ii .fi ,V :f,", "4"- 'J 5J Ii .. -- SHI nil UU In., Il ll " U, 'lm I' M ul ll 'I H ll' Bl i' II ll III' UI n ll u ll' U5 HIE, ll Un UIIIIIII UU an III' I ll UI H1 ll II II ll, 55 HCI MII, ll U' UI n u n ll, QD DU IIN, Il U' IIIIIIIII I' pn DU g,"r ll Bl in HJ: ll Ill , Ll In - IU. I 1 ll 11. l-Il "LX EH I II I II I III: ' I II rr il Home of Johnson Hall-Famou s family Dining Room of +I'1e Sou+I1 COMPLIMENTS I i J. C. MAHAN MO-I-GR LEOPCLD 8: TILLERY PLUMBING AND 332:55 coNTRAcToRs IN KNOXVILLE . . . . . . IT'S SANI-SEAL "ICE CREAM AT ITS BEST" "The Be-s+ of Everyfhing To Build WH'h" co-OPERATIYE COCKRUM BOOK STORE LUMB5? CG' "THE OLD RELIABLE" "YOUR UNIVERSITY sToRI5" . 'Mellon Lumber - Building Malerials, Painls, Roofing 9TH AVENUE KNOXVILLE, TENN A SERVICE TO STUDENTS I WE FEATURE: 0 Used College Texr Books ' l-lighesl Price lor Used College Books 0 Books for Correspondence Courses, Shipped Parcel Posr ' Bicycles for Renl ' Q VOL BOOK EXCHANGE 'A I succEss OR FAILURE C5195 The Success ol Your Baking Depends To a Greal Exlenl wang LTLY x9 P -1: I PRBNDIBCT JW l ADPRUVED WHITE LILY FI.oUR BWFQLEHM W P X R "ffS4e.f-if on Jrhe Qualily of The lngredienls Used l QQEEEEIQQRQ . YU' .,f' ' -' I QI lg2MQ,,,,gI. ' 1 I "' L, PR IIA "The Fmesi- Flour Money Can Buy" Complimenfs of S. H. GEGRGE 81 SONS CQMPLIMENTS OF CITY MANAGER W. W. MYNATT . . . . . . . ..., M . . Th S H1 M + B aufiful Furni1'ure" COMMERCIAL BANK A COMPLIMENTS AND TRUST OF COMPANY SWAN'S BAKERY CCJRNER GAY AND CLINCH For Purify, Quali+y and Safely If E , U O SouthernDai1-ies I MILK AND ICE CREAM 'I ' v 5 W A Friendly Cifizen in Your CommunH'y SANITARY LAUNDRY PAINTER 8K REED ' LAUNDRY SUPERIOR Focus 0 DRY CLEANING 0 LINEN SUPPLY 0 "Decicledly Be++er" Dial 2-I IO3 I705 W. Cumber N B A y Ph 26162 DUPLICATES OF ALL PICTURES APPEARIN6 IN THE I94I VOLUNTEER MAY BE SECURED AT lvl c L E A N ' S BOX I79 622 S. Gay S+., Knoxville, T PRIVATE DINING Rooms Lumbef MIHWQII PARTIES AND BANQUETS C ,Eii.ii2.fI... EE, S aXXV.Gg M BE R CQ l0riipZfOCEJ Roofing Home lnsulafion Complimerfrs of Complimenfs of I1 , I V. L. NICHOLSON CO. C GENERAL CONTRACTORS 5I4 SOUTI-I GAv STQEE., Knoxville-Nashville Knoxville, Tennessee E. B. HALE WM. C. HALE, JR. I HALE BRCJTH ERS . WHOLESALE FRUITS VEGETABLES Soufh Cumberland Morrisfown, Tenn.


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