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P. -1. ' , H., rs 'Vik gy f ,. gy,-.1 5. fic 'wfijvfa 294421: cr an L91 - fra' ' ,V ali. '. "A 'T jgf:--67,211 my . ' . A' ' Q asm? :1F"vff'eiF'.' 4 V .121 '.g,.'f5f.33-.!,fYi'.:,-gn? ,Miz V. :?rJ:5'33 T"S:f,9 , :Q 5A 51: -1g'1HwJi'f+S.f-"v' F' .' wp. .-,-,zgvw " 1 :gg yQf.':.f fi 7, .naqfg gqggifi r FA-,yf fy. 55 ... ,.,., ,li ,, ave' ' f 5 X 6 uzlzl f JK X 6 TIIE BO OF TRU OFFICERS OF THE BOARD AR I SIEES W. P. COOPER . . . .... Chairman JAMES J. WALKER . . , Treagurer JAMES D, HOSKINS .................. . . President JAMES P. HESS ...,........,. . Secrefary LEGAL TITLE: THE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE THE COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION . . . . . Ex-Officio HIS EXCELLENCY, THE GOVERNOR OF TENNESSSEE .... Ex-Officio THE COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE . . . . . EX-Officio THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY ............ Ex-Officio CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT Term Expires Fiflh-HARRY S. BERRY, Hendersonville . July I95l Firsf-CLYDE B. AUSTIN, Greenville . . .July I, I945 Sixih-W. P. RIDLEY, Columbia .... July I95I Second-CARY F. SPENCE, Knoxville . . .July I, I947 Sevenlh-I. B. TIGRETT, Jackson . . . July I949 Third-PAUL J. KRUESI, Chailanooga . . .July I, I949 Eighlh--GEORGE C. ROWLETT, Marlin . . July I947 Fourlh-W. P. COOPER, Shelbyville . . . July I, I753 Ninlh-JOHN D. MARTIN, Memphis . July I945 From lhe Cil'y of Knoxville WILLISTON COX, Knoxville . . . Juy I, I943 JAMES A. FOWLER, Knoxville . . Juy I943 From l'he Cil'y of Memphis WASSELL RANDOLPH, Memphis . . . July I, l95I THOMAS H. ALLEN, Memphis . . . . July I, I95I COMMITTEES The Presidenl is -a member ex-officio of all slanding commiflees. ' EXECUTIVE: Fowler, Spence, Kruesi, Cox, Ausfin. FINANCE: Kruesi, Spence, Fowler. BUILDING: Spence, Rowlell, Kruesi, Allen, Cox. LIBERAL ARTS: Randolph, Fowler, Ridley. AGRICULTURE: Cooper, Berry, Tigrell, Aus- lin. ENGINEERING: Allen, Kruesi, Mariin. LAW: Fowler, Cooper, Randolph. HEALTH: Randolph, Allen, Marlin. AGRICULTU RAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS: Tigrelf, Cooper, Ridley, Auslin. ENGINEERING EXPERIMENT STATION: Kruesi, Allen, Berry. JUNIOR COLLEGE: Rowlell, Allen, Tigrell. mms from THE PRESIDE I wish l could fhis year wish you Godspeed info a normal, peaceful, happy world. lnsfead, hows have fo call your affenfion fo a crisis far more infense 'rhan fhe one exisfing when we senf ouf fhe 4 of l94l. Evenfs have crowded upon fhemselves in fhe lasf year fo cover our counfry wifh fhe black of war. Info 'rhis war our young men and women musf go-some 'ro serve in fhe armed forces and so serve on fhe home fronfs. The fine qualify of young manhood and womanhood fhaf you have d sfrafed on fhe campus of your Alma Mafer will, I am sure, enable you fo carry on under fhe increase dens fhaf now resf upon our cifizenship. Lef me emphasize fhaf solidarify based on a clear undersfe of American ideals and a willingness fo sacrifice complefely for fhem and fo afford leadership in promofion is fhe obligafion of fhe classes whose opporiunifies are fhe oufgrowfh of our ideals. You have become members of a greaf body called The Universify of Tennessee. This body is like member of a greafer body represenfing fhe free people of America. If is our obligafion fo freedoi fo frufh fhaf we win fhis war. If is lilcewise our obligafion fhaf we go on and win fhe peace which follow. Our way of fhinlcing and living is fhe way of a free people. H' demands fhe careful fhoughf ysis, and leadership of all of fhe higher educafional levels among our people. To fhis you are peculiar way adapfed by fhe fraining in all phases of life which you have received wifhin fhe halls i insfifufion. We cannof fail, and you cannof fail. The Universify has always followed her sfudenfs fhrough fhe years-wifh pride and wifh willingn serve fhem in whafever capacifies fheir needs and her cherished ideals demanded. As you go for fully assured fhaf you carry wifh you fhe blessings of your Alma Mafer and fhe faifh she holds in fhe nal verifies. The long sweep of changing affairs will resulf in ulfimafe good, however discouraginf be fhe infervening years. You will have a glorious parf in fhis consummafion. JAMES D. HOSKINS Our Presidenf presides wifh our Governor mv -D vp y .1 45 , QW Q we .9 M 5 AQ fl zu :.:'3'-15" , ., X -X i 1 4 .f Q af 1 1 A ' ,y Q, - ,M-., - ! A. -,- ' 1 ,,,- .W I7 55 . Z' ff 42 4 5 qmfilf-N K'- DEAN FRED c SMITH DEAN HENRY B. WITHAM DEAN NATHAN w. DOUGHERTY The Dean of a college devofes much of his lime +o 'rhe developmenf and execufion of +he program and policies of fhal' college. ln his relafion fo 'rhe Presidenl' and 'l'he Dean of lhe Universiry, fhere is exchange of counsel on all academic problems, budgefs, and changes in and addilions +o +he College personnel. ln his relarion +o +he Heads of Deparfmenls, +he Dean of +he College advises on course offerings, sfudies sfaff needs, develops plans 'l'o make H' possible for +he faculry members +o do 'rheir bes+ work, ini'erpre'I's +he Universi'l'y policy, encourages deparfmenfal self-s+udy, and poinls ou+ relafionships of 'rhe College +o fhe educafional and 'rhe general public. ln relarion +o +he College Facul+y, 'lhere are many ac+ivH'ies: The problems of inslruc- Hon, professional improvemen+, Facul+y-S+uden+ relafionships, +he s+uclen+ advisory sysrem, curriculum maH'ers, and educa+ional 'rrencls. The College Dean assis+s and advises s+uden+s in regis+ra'rion, curriculum and course selec+ion, requiremenfs for gradua+ion, and olher academic or personal problems. A Dean's program is a varied one-a facl' which makes his labors in+eres+ing and of'ren exciling. DEAN JOHN O. MOSELY DEAN HARRIET C. ,--- , K Ng Xa: . - : .w , 1 P- E DEAN J. A. THACKSTON DEAN L. R. HESLER DEAN M. JACOBS COLONEL MERLE P. SCHILLERSTROM QA. ADMINISTRATION J P H s J. J. WALKER y i F C LOWERY STANLEY JOHNSON V. M. DAVIS DR. T. W. GLOCKER The UniversHy of Tennessee +hrough Hs many deparfmenls, insures Hs s+uden'rs a wide variaiion of courses 'From which 'ro choose a vocalion. These depar+men+s are presided over by compei'en+, well-'Trained leaders who have had years of experience in 'rheir parficular fields, and +o whom fhe s'I'uden+s look for inspira+ion and guidance. In a coun+ry ai' war 'The grea+es'r premium is placed upon leadership. As in fhe Tennessee of pas+ days which was no+able For 'rhe qualHy of her leaders, so in +he presen+ day Tennessee does H be- come increasingly evideni' +ha1' 'Those qualHies of leadership have noi' diminished. Educalion makes 'for in1'elligen'I' leadership and of Hs arfs, Hs scholarship, Hs leH'ers, Hs men of affairs and governmenf, +he UniversHy is iusfly proud. Under 'lrhe presenl' adminisfralion 'rhe UniversHy has expanded 'l'o proporfions unrecognizable +o s'ruden+s of earlier days. Leading 'I-he expansion has been rhe adminis+ra'I'ion. During +heir 'I'erms of guidance Tennessee has grown rapidly and cons+an1'ly. H has been 'rheir aim always +o labor 'For ad- vancemenl' Through high facuH'y s+andards, expansion of 'rhe building program, enlargemenl' o'F 'ihe library, and a unified single-minded adminis+ra+ion. Hs members have gained l'he admirafion of +he s'l'uden1' body by fair and forfhrighi acfion of high in+egrHy and increased +he presfige of +he univer- sHy uniil a+ preseni' H ranks wHh +he finesr in +he land. E221 1 , 5125: 455742344114 5 , rw., , , 1, ,Ha -W- V. . My V. .A-.ff c 142,11 , if i 6"Q2'1.-iw-.i,v.:'.f:x' .nga 4 M .,,f,f.v-gggfw, V EZ: fl DR. R. F. THOMASON n 5 Rl 4 1 E f f P . W F. -I H 5: 1 I I 1 MARKS ALEXANDER DEAN C. E. FERRIS MISS JESSIE HARRIS C. A. MOOERS C. E. BREHM i x 1 E 1 E231 -1 DR. RUTH STEPHENS DEAN CHARLES E. FERRIS Assisfanf Professor, Hisfory and Polifical Science Dean Emerifus, College of Engineering Professor, Indusfrial Engineering DR. PAUL K. WALP KATHERINE ALLEN Assisfani' Professor, Polifical Science Insfrucfor, Physical Educafion A Q .W A 'U X MAJ XX -'QT T D -3.5 X Xjef iff' ELA .L 21:1 2 1 I FE KU ln, Below: DR. JAMES D. BREW Assisfanf Professor, Bacferiology Above: LT. COL. W. L. SI-IERFEY Assisfanf Professor, Milifary Science and Tacfics Below: CLAYTON R. PLUMMER Insfrucfor, Mechanical Drawing DR. PAUL BARNETT Associafe Professor, Sfafisfics Upper Leffz LAWRENCE H. PEASE Assisfanl Professor, Animal Husbandry FAVORITE PROFS Sfudenfs like fo remember some of fhe pro- fessors under whom fhey have sfudied cluring fheir years here af fhe Universify of Tennessee. Such e olesire was expressed Iasf year following pulblicafion of fhe I94I Volunfeer. Consequenfly, a sfuclenf poll was falcen during fhe winfer quarfer fo cfefermine fhe Favorife Profs on fhe campus. The fen figures picfured here were chosen in fhaf vofe. These people are fhe Favorife Profs of I942. WILLIAM R. SCHRADER Acfing Assisfanf Professor, Psychology wah N4 nf r mm. Q xy N Q 'Zi UI 'IQ' ,ga Q K sz- . ,.,, b Q. 4 Q X 3 M 5 A ,dr bn if 6 ,f THE PHYSICS AND GEOLOGY BUILDING M2 . ' . 4? 'gl '-'-' I RES IN T WINTER CAMPUS IN FRONT OF AYRES HALL " Y 1 R' Q E LIBRARY ENTRAN THE FRONT CAMPUS E I - Q 1 ,W Tw FROM THE STREET THE CAFETERIA AND PAN-HELLENIC UNIT Sun.. Pho'rograph by WILLIAM A. HICKEY .9 A 4 , Q ' V- WELL? .0 . 3 Q fl ' Q , X Qy s--1,-w E Q f V1 X L QS lr' Sf ,. xxx Af,. G W R? A f me .:' 1 w.-" -"al VE, , 'S , Q S " 'Y ' X2 Q X i 53 Q x 5 9 Y QQ "ini-2 X .W , af, 1 4 HRX k . ,, ,, X W 1 ff Mwamw, W' in 'f,1x5f. 4 f V W K ii 1 ff' WW 4, YM 1 , , 4 W 14 s A 9 E ' , 5 , iffil ff 25524 4 w 1 E i 1 i Y C I M Il Meeks Vaughan, prexy of 'rhe S+uc.Ien+ Body. MEEKS VAUGHAN . . WOODY THOMAS . ALBERT MOTT . . . JAMES FRY ..... SAM STUBBLEFIELD . . VICTOR KLEIN ..., JOHN BOLINGER . . STANLEY ASHTON , . ED JONES .....,.. BARBARA NEWMAN MARJORIE JANE EVERETT JANE HAMILTON WOODSON KING ART BYRNE JAMES NORTON AII STUDENT C . . . . Presideni' . . .Vice-Presidenf . ..... Secrefary ... , . . . .Treasurer . . . Presidem' Senior Class . . . Presiden+ Junior Class Presidenf Sophomore Class Presidenf Freshman Class . . , . . Freshman Adviser BETTY ANN MURPHY ED STORY WILLIE OWENS HUGH WILSON HELEN MOORE BEN RODGERS IUB Q . I A XL x K R Qwmvmwwwwf, NWN.. .my Wm .LL. ,. 1u The All Sfudenfs Club, fhe oldesf organizafion on fhe hill, was founded in l92O. Every sfudenf, as soon as he is officially enrolled in fhe universify, aufomafically becomes a member of fhe A. S. C. The A. S. C. Council is com- posed of fwenfy-one members: The four club officers, presidenfs, of each class, fwo represenfafives af large, one represenfafive from each college, fhe presidenfs of fhe fwo Chrisfian Associafions, fhe presidenf of fhe Woman's Sfudenf Governmenf Associafion, and fhe infra- mural managers, each serving fhe guarfer he is in office. Every spring amidsf ballyhoo and campaign posfers, fhe officers of fhe council are elecfed by fhe sfudenf body. Through fhese elecfions fhe universify sfudenf becomes well acguainfed wifh fhe American sysfem of democracy. The elecfions day affracfs so much affenfion fhaf if is anficipafed by all on fhe campus. The greaf inferesf shown in fhese elecfions is sfrongly encouraged by fhe adminisfrafion which feels +ha+ such acfivify is imporfanf foward real educafion. sf. 2 2 ,, , A ,..,.,..... .,.,., ..,.... .. .,.. ,.,:,..f-wiifixijefgfmly-m,4 .. Mary Evelyn Allen Alice PrieST WOMAN'S STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS HELEN MOORE . . . .Pfeszaenr MARY JEAN BUSH . MILDRED POLR . . . Vice-PresidenT DOROTHY w1Lo . MEMBERS KaTherine Clancy STudenT Governmenlr was organized. CharloTTe Beaman Elizabefh BloodworTh Mary Jean Bush Willowise BuTTs HarrieT Chapin Miss KaTherine Allen H ELEN M-OO RE Presidenf Margery Evans Mary W. Greer Alma Jordan MarqareT Larson Lillian Lowe Miss Marion Heard ADVISERS Delores McKnighT Ann Moore Helen Moore BeTTy Anna Murphy Barbara Newman Mildred Pollc Mrs. W. B. Schrader ln I893, when general admiTTance OT women To The UnuversiTy was TirsT permiTTed, The adminisTraTion keenly TelT The need Tor a governing board designed especially To meeT The coed problem. A Woman's League was organized buT as The UniversiTy grew, a board wiTh greaTer powers was needed. As a resulT, The Women's ffx . . SecreTary . .Treasurer HarrieT RoberTs MarTha Ross Cleo Jane Thompson Winifred Townsend DoroThy Wild Dean HarrieT C. Grave J EAN BUSH Secrefary Every woman's ac:TiviTy on The Hill is represenTed on The board. IT acTs as a coordinaTing body so ThaT The highesT good may resulT Trom relaTed acTiOn in all Temale endeavor. Firsf Row: CharIofT Beaman, Elizabefh Bloodsworfh, Margery Evans, Margaref Larson, Ann Moore, Helen Moore. Second Row: Barbara Newman, HarieTT Roberfs, Martha Ross, Cleo Jane Thompson, DOT Wild, Winifred Townson. 3 i A , 2- . 3 "N-L.. Ed Sample, FosTer ArneTT, F. C, Lowery, C. E. Wylie, R. C. SmiTh, Dr. J. C. Hodges. .1 THE PUBLICAHON STudenT publicaTiOns on The campus are direcTed in general policies by The UniversiTy OT Tennessee Publica- Tions Council, composed OT six members, wiTh E. C. Lowry, TaculTy member, acTing as chairman OT The board. Two oTher TaculTy men, Two sTudenTs and one alumni represenTaTive make up The resT OT The board, giving iT The balance OT The divergenT viewpOinTs which may be Tound. The "Orange and WhiTe," semi-weekly newspaper, and "The VolunTeer," sTudenT annual, are under The guidance OT This board. Under The direcTion OT Mr. Lowry, The board has supervised The rapid progress made by These TWO publicaTiOns To a prOminenT place in SOuTh- ern cOllegiaTe publicaTiOns, and To a beTTermenT OT publicaTiOns on This campus. The Three TaculTy members, including The chairman, are appOinTed by The presidenT OT The UniversiTy. The alumnus and Two sTudenT represenTaTives are elecTed by subscribers OT The Two publicaTiOns during The regular spring elecTiOn. MEMBERS FESINGTON C. LOWRY ....... . Chairman JOHN C. HODGES ........ . .FaculTy C. E. WYLlE ..... . . . .FaculTy E. G. DENTON lresignedl . . . .Alumnus ED SAMPLE . ...,. . . Alumnus FOSTER ARNETT . . STudenT R. C. SMITH . . . .STudenT BOARD F. C. LOWERY DirecTor of Universify ExTension and Chairman of The PubIicaTions Council The "Volunleer," sludenl yearbook of lhe Universily ol Tennessee, EDITORIAL STAFF has been published annually by sludenls since I897, during which lime il has been lhe aim ol lhe edilors lo obieclively porlray lhe several sides ol lhe sludenl's Iile in a nalural and inleresling manner, so lhal in lime lo come il will serve lo bring back vivid memories lo lhe alumnus ol such a pleasanl and inlegral parl ol his career. The slall ol lhe "Volunleer" is selecled from lhe sludenl body al large, lhe execulive slall being composed ol lhe edilor-in-chief, associale edilors, business manager, his associales, various minor edilors and many assislanls. Major posilions are lhe eclilor-in-chief and business manager and are allainecl lhrough appoinlmenl by lhe publicalions council. They in lurn name lhe olher members of lheir slalls. These seleclions are based on a high compelilive basis-experience, seniorily. scholarship, and individual meril ol eligible sludenls are carelully weighed before appoinlmenls are made. FOSTER D. ARNETT . . HENRY BUREM . . LUTHER STAPLETON . GEORGE WEBB . . . BILL HOLMAN . GENE FRETZ . R. C. SMITH , . FRED LANG . BARBARA FOX .. FRANCES PHIPPS .. DOT HALE ...,.. HUGH NEIL . . . . GARNER STRICKLAND SHIRLEY BAUMGARDNER JULIA OGLESBY ,.,.. MARY NELL GREER . . Ed Horlon C. A. Massey J. A. WALLACE . . . LOUIS WINN ..., BILL TRENT .... MARA PURCELL . . JIMMY HODGE . . BILL RUCKER . . . ROBERT SCI-IMID , . BOB BABBAGE . Arnell edilecl lhe '42 VOLUNTEER . . . JAMES D. KERR ..... . . JOHN C. BOLINGER . , ..... . . STAFF M EM BERS . . . Edilor-in-Chief . . .Associale Edilor . .Associale Edilor . . .Associale Edilor . . . Pholography . . . . . Phologravure . . . . . Sporls Edilor Assislanl Sporls Edilor . . . . . Organizalions . ..CIasses . . Snapshols Head . . . Pholographer . . . Pholographer . . . . Pholographer . .Office Manager . , Seclion Head Elizabelh Monlgomery Jackie Sleele BUSII NESS STAFF Mary Anne Vaughn Gene Hendrix . .Business Manager Associale Agenl and Business Manager . Assislanl Business Manager Adverlising Manager . .Assislanl Adverlisng Manger . . . . .Office Manager . . .Adverlising Slaff . . .Adverlising Slalf . . . Adverlising Slaff . . . Adverlising Slaff I rlflsil II GREER FRETZ OGLESBY STRICKLAND J ' W? zz -' The siaff ai-work! iw fb. 14flel'z',EJf7N- N . ce, a., an NEIL BOLINGER Wallace financed if . . . wiri-I A CIR ORANGE ORGAN BILL HOLDER ED STORY MARY THORNBURGH EdI'I'or-in-Chief-Firsi Semesfer. Edifor-in-Chief-Second Semesfer. EDITORIAL STAFF BILL HOLDER . . . , Edifor-in-Chief ED STORY . . , . Edifor-In-Chief ASSOCIATE EDITORS MARY THORNBURGH . . ..........,... Make'Up JOE B. FOSTER . . .... . . .News and Feafures EUGENE C. FRETZ, JR. . ..,.. ..., N ews and Fea'Iures R. C. SMITH . . ...... ....... S pods BARBARA NEWMAN .,..... ........... . . News DEPARTMENTAL EDITORS MILDRED CARTER , . ....... Socieiy TOMMY BURROUGHS . . ........ Make-Up VIRGINIA BIBB . ......... News JEAN CAMERON . . . . . . News and Feafures SEYMOUR HENCK . . . . News and Make-Up CHARLES MARTIN . . , . News and Feaiures EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS Ann Bradley, Barbara Hope Haynes, Dave MacWhirIer, News, Pai Wood- Strickland, Make-Upg W. K. Whife, News and Features, Freddie Lang, ward, Elsie Seilers, Sociefyg Mary Ann Vaughan, Fred Williams, Jeanne Sporfs. BUSINESS STAFF GID FRYER . . . .Ading Business Manager TED CLYMER ,.,..... Circulaiion Manager DON MCLEAN . . . .,..,... Adverfising Manager HARRIET CALDWELL ....... . . .Office Manager DEWEY ROARK . . , .... Assisianf Business Manager PAT LOWRY, BARBARA FOX . . . . . . Office Assisfanis WAYNE HUNT, WILLIAM LEFFLER ........... Disfribuiion Heads IHE ORANGE AND WHITE MILDRED CARTER VIRGINIA BIBB MARY ANN VAUGHAN ULATION OF THREE THOUS DWHITEIS THE OFFICIAL NEW AND, THE FTHE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE 3 GENE FRET1 BARBARA NEWMAN "GID" FRYER In ICIO6, The TirsT Orange and WhiTe was incepTed as a Tour-column, Tour-page Tabloid. Since Then, iT has undergone a gradual change unTil aT The presenT iT boasTs a regular seven-column, Tour-page issue, published semi-weekly. Each year, The Orange and WhiTe is headed by Two ediTors, each OT which serves Tor one-halT The ToTal number OT issues, and a business man- ager who serves The Tull year. During The TirsT Term, William Holder served as ediTor. During The second Term, Ed STory served as ediTor. The sTaTT gaThers aT The oTTice each Monday and Wednesday To com- pile inTormaTion and geT iT ready in Time Tor publicaTion Wednesday and Friday. H The publicaTion is recognized as The largesT college newspaper in The sTaTe and wiTh iTs moTTo, "He ThaT beareTh The Torch, shadowed hirnselT To give lighT To oThers," The Orange and WhiTe has done well in iTs duTy To give The sTudenTs life. DOT HALE FRED LANG ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY MARTHA PATTISHALL JOE B. FOSTER SAM A. THOMPSON Business Manager S 1 Layoufs 'For I'l1e nexf "Farmer," Crawley "beds" anofher FARMER John Smarll JOE BRANSON . , HENRY D. WARTERS Open .... - . . . HORACE SMITH . HAROLD ROSE . . O. R. MITCHELL . RODNEY PURNELL . SAM STUBBLEFIELD FRANKLIN NIX . . Brown Beasley l42J Slaff shot IENNESSIE I EDITORIAL STAFF BROYLES CRAWLEY ............... Eda+0f-in,Chzef ANNE MOORE . . . .Home Economics Edilor WOODSON KING ............... Managing Edifor ASSOCIATE EDITORS Shelby Turner DEPARTM ENTAL EDITORS REPORTERS G. L. Carler. Jr. . .Animal Husbandry ......Dairy . . I-lorlicullure . . . . . .Agronomy . Agricullural Eclucalion Aqricullural Engineering Agriculfural Economics . .... Exlension . .Alumni Donald Roarlc ARMER HOME ECONOMICS STAFF ANNE MOORE .........,..... CQLLEEN TERRY . . . I-IORTENSE PERKINS . . . . VELMA DYNES ,... . . ELIZABETH NIENIAEIAN . . . WINNIE MEAGI-IER . . . NANCY SMITH l . . . . . . . .Edifor . . Associafe Edifor . . . . Ari' Edifor Child DeveIopmerI'r I-Iome ManagemenT . . . Foods Edifor . .Exfension EcIiTor MARY RUTH BIBB . . . .NuTriTion JEAN REEDER , . . .... Texfiles ELEANOR MCTEER . . . .AIumni Edifor DORIS ADAMS . . .... Campus LILLIAN LOWE . . . . Subscripfions FRANCES WEILAND . . . .AcIver'rising RUTH ANNE KOONTZ ....,.. .... T ypis+ REPORTERS Mary Smifh Bernice Norfhcross I-IarrieT Rankin Mary Ann Vaughn Ann Brann BUSINESS STAFF LEO MILLER ..,............,. Business Manager AUGUST I-IADORN . . .Assis'ranT Business Manager DAVID HASTINGS , . ..... CircuIaTion Manager EDWARD VANZANT . . . .AssisTaI'IT Circulafion Manager ROBERT BROWN . . . ...... Adverfising Manager CY I-IORTON . . . . .AssisTanT AdverTising Manager I-13 I Thinks Leo, "H mus'I be ano+I'Ier ad! NAHHEEYAYLI GOVERNIN Firsf Row: Armsfrong, Brier, Brown, Davis, Glennan, Miller, Ogles. Second Row: Owens, Seymour, Shook, Sfory, Swearingen, Wallace. ED JONES OFFICERS Confidenfially, I don'+ know one band from another. Firsin Term JOE BROWN . . .... . . J. A. WALLACE . . WILLIE OWENS . . BURGESS BRIER . . Second Term JACK ARMSTRONG . ....... . ED STORY ,.... WILLIE OWENS . . 5 J. ED JONES ., .,... .. JIMMY NORTON .. ........ ,. . . . . Presidenf . . .Vice-Presidenf . . . . .Secrefery . . . , .Treasurer Assisfanf Treasurer . . . . President . . Vice-PresidenI . . . '. Secrefary . . . Treasurer Fife N. OARD Alpha Tau Omega Della Sigma Phi . . Della Tau Della . Kappa Alpha .... Kappa Sigma .... Lambda Chi Alpha . . Phi Gamma Della . . Phi Sigma Kappa . . Pi Kappa Alpha . . Pi Kappa Phi . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Sigma Chi ..... Sigma Nu . . Sigma Phi Epsilon . Non'Fra'fernify . . Non-Fralernily . . Facully Adviser . MEMBERS , .JIMMY NORTON JACK ARMSTRONG KENNETH GLENNAN . . CHARLES OGLES . . DICK SEYMOUR . .WILLIE OWENS . . . DICK MILLER , . , . . ED STORY . .TOMMY SHOOK . , . ED JONES . . J. A. WALLACE . .WILLIE DAVIS . . BUD WOOD BURGESS BRIER JACK SWEARINGER . . . JOE BROWN . . .JIMMY WALLS JIMMY NORTON "Bul' Hudson was a hundred bucks cheaper. The Nahheeyayli Club was formed in I925. ll is composed ol one represenlalive from each Nalional Fralernily on The campus and Iwo non-lralernily mem- bers. Four formal dances are given each year by This club, Iwo in February, Icnown as Jrhe Mid-Winler Eormals, and Iwo in May known as Ihe Spring Formals. MANAGER: Bedford Berry. SENIOR ADVISER: Fosler Arnell. SENIOR ASSISTANT MANAGERS: Eugene Frelz, Hugh Shacklelord, Eugene Frelz, Mary Thornburgh. JUNIOR ASSISTANT MANAGERS: Barbara Newman, Gid Fryer, David Pack, Margarel Haynes, Emerson Tanner, Dol Wild. PARADE: George Gleaves, Chairman, Edilh Surnners, R. W. Golf, Heber Carler, Talbol Malhes, Roberl Gilberl, Hugh Dickey, Fred Williams, Willie Davis, PUBLICITY: Seymour Henck, Chairman, Becky Gabriel, Jack Shriver, Char- lolle Kincaid, Posey Hedges, Waller Ringger, Ann Slromquisl, Tommy Phillips, Bob Schwalb, Bill Lelller, Tom Pope, Belly Ann Jernigan, Dol Rilllemeyer, Jean Slrickland. TICKETS: Harriel Chaplin, Chairman, Bill Evans, Hayden Hoyle, Roy Sher- rod, Digby Seymour, David Reynolds, W. L. Clapp, Jimmie Fry. PRIZES: Helen Moore, Chairman, James Moullon, Ashlon McWhorler, Bernard Clippard, Bill Wilkinson, Frank McVeigh, Belly Greer. PROGRAM: Ann Brann, Chairman, Jack Raines, Bob Palrick, Kenny Mark- weltl Nelson Harris, Bill Shingler, Joe Long, Elizabelh Hayes, Glenna Slu ey. . ANIMAL: Clarence Goodman, Chairman, John Bradley, Bill Clolworlhy, C, A. Massey, Bill Finch, Oll Faquin, Jack Frazier. BOYS' STUNTS: Vic Klein, Chairman, DeWill Yales, Sallis Hill, Bill Swill, Mack Scoll, Jimmy Bowers, Russell Dynes, Bill Skaggs. ATTENDANCE: Jackie Goodrich, Chairman, Belly Pallon, Rosemary Four- man, John E. Ling, Hamner Collins, Bill Rucker, W. N. Tauxe. DANCE: Allen Carden, Chairman, l. T. Slinger, Everell Abboll, Roberl Painler, W. I. Jones, Jimmy Cleveland, Les Larimer, Joe Harbison, Billy Meek, Ray Moore, Howard Broomhall. DECORATIONS: George Webb, Chairman, Mariorie Conyers, Emalee Cald- well, David Slair, Jane Hamillon, John Dabbs, Anna Jean Davis, Dick Miller, Lois Slamps, Nancy Carmichael, Elmira McCallum, Charles Fanl, Sara H. Willis, Clara Grubbs, Ernesline Haney, Johnny Morris, Billie Grace Walker, Dol Sisk. ELECTRICAL: Jimmy Lawhorn, Chairman, Donald Soelker, Bill Gideon, Hugh Neil, Bill Kerr, Bill Pope. INDIVIDUAL STUNTS: Sam Slubblelield, Chairman, Bill Sledge, J. A. Fuller, Frances Caldwell, Jimmy Worden, Joe Bolinger, Henry Burem. STAGE: Holl Maddux, Chairman, John Townsend, Peylon Walson, John Shippley, Bill Tale, Ernie Weeks, Doc Weaver, John Shankle, Bill Dickey, Gene Hendrix, Joel Whillen. GIRLS' STUNTS: Mildred Carler, Chairman, Calherine McLaughlin, Sara Belly Fowler, Belly Wilson, Carolyn Sulherland, Frances Pounds, Bar- bara Merlz, Ann Molleson, Jean Emerl, LaRue Penlecosl. JUDGES: Sara Louise Praler, Chairman, Ken Glennan, Mary Rulh Bibb, Joe Carden, George Harris, Louise McLaughlin. INNOVATIONS: David Millice, Chairman, Bill Garily, Roberl Hobson, Ben Moore, Rulh Ann Konlz, Needham Coppedge, James Hay, Sammy Pear- son, John Caden, Frank Wingfield. ADVERTISING: Don McLean, Chairman, Dewey Roark, Bill Moflell, Warren Vick, Bob Mosby, Minor Denl, Tan Belole, Orin Bullerrick, Jean Dail, John Thornburgh. T461 'A' Frolickin! merry Carnicus furnishes a col- orful climax +o Hwe year's social calendar. Frarerniiies and sororiiies compere for lov ing cups given for Jrne besf srunrs and floors Preceded by a parade, Carnicus is culmi naied by Hwe crowning of The Carnicus Queen Thar niglwlr. PROMOTER BERRY 'Lei' have bigger and beffer CARNlCUS'." CARNICUSE 1 E471 . fa W, ,fm , Q ,fi J Mx! X fa ,fix .AJS ,N f- fx- wlwif 5' WM f . W s Vw ,. . vfwfwrfff , W ,-,nw .W Fm 2 X 57 My w , bm I ' f X X Mfr' -4 ww Th e ,X C SQ 2 ,Q s Q '1 4 f ,mv 7, SX f4fa?f'W'! k5l"G ' 3 - - 'lf' , -Gay.,-t f , . -b uf" " S ,E - 1 . x .fwffm X S .y ,Q ,H W. X Q QM' sf X , 3 , N N . f Y A Y , Q W qw: 3 Xa, f i xg ki " 5, -.-i.-Y"Q ..L .J- F f 1-1Q5sx"' N g 3 v ' ' ffl Zgfaf 455' ge 1 7? 1. '23 7, Q yy. , rm. V . ,MQW Q vf 1 15 my ff ,, P f f f ,i2,, WWW if? , , f 14 if M f V 1 Y, ,WM n L 1, 13 1 S Z 5 3 Firsl' Row: Bell, Crawley, Dowdy, Hudson, King, Lowe, Mclvlahan. Second Row: Miller, Powell, Riggan, Smarl, Sfubblefield, Turner. BARNWARMIN' COMMITTEE DIXIE MILLER ......,.... Manager SAM STUBBLEFIELD, JOHN SMARTT, JESSE SAFLEY, EUGENE ATKINS ...,....... Assislanl Managers BROYLES CRAWLEY ....,,...,...... Publicily FRED POWELL . . . .Transporlalion EDWARD VANZANT . . .... Awards RALPH WILKINSON . . . .Clean-Up J. FRANKLIN NIX . . ..... Tickers HORACE SMITH . . ......... Grand March AUGUST I-IADORN . . ..., Adveriisemenl LAWSON SAFLEY ...., This year marlced Ihe Iweniielh anniversary of Barn- warmin', one oi U. T.'s besi loved Jrradilions. More Ihan ever before Jrhe evenl Ihis year assumed grealer impor- 'rance and color in Ihe eyes oi siudenrs and friends oi U. T. Barnwarmin' gels under wa wirh ils Iradiiional parade down from Jrhe campus ans? on Ihrough Ihe hearl' ol STAFF LEMMIE BELL . . . . Dance Decoraiions A. M. DEMANT . . ,,..... Sound BILL ALLEN . . . . .l.igh'I's SHELBY TURNER . . . . . Invi'I'a'I'ions WOODSON KING . . ..... Parade RALPH HUDSON . . .Rerfreshmenls RUFUS RIGGAN .....,..... ..... P rogram NORMAN DOWDY .... Decoralions LILLIAN LOWE, ELIZABETH MCMAHAN Home Ec, Represenialives THOMAS K. JONES ,..,,...... Profeclion . . . . , . ,Square Dance Knoxville. Fralernilry houses ouido Ihemselves vying for Ihe "besJr decoraied house" prize. The nigh+ on Ihe eve of Ihe Homecoming game, everyone goes Io Ihe appropriaiely decoraied gym, where midsl cider and cookies and bales of hay, Ihey dance Tar inlro The nighl as Ihey elecl a Barnwarmin' Oueen Io preside over The holiday Ieslivilies. THE '42 BARNWARMIN' STAFF n E 4 29 . PHUTIIGHAVHE 1 K Hn 9 H 1. W 1 I N 1 A ' N 1 i i P x ,. ?! I v 1 1 E E :za iii 53 3: gf 1 L 2 A 1 1. E 4. 2 Q Z ? A 6 Z G Z G ,, 9 fc 5. z 2 Q as 3 2 f 9 'Yr f lil ., I 1 4, v v I! xv G 'E YE 'E E xv 'e -ii 2? wi, I r E 4, I i . 5 5. vi ,r l fi L L ll V il , rs If J 3 w ,KKK N 230 P M AND EVER SINC E AU ULDNT LA ME? X9-'-W. XQMBER E? 5 CQLLEGE QENE S SHOW ANYWAY AT LEAST HES I A IN THE ARMY THE WORLD S IN BAD SHAPE, BUT SHE'S NOT! WINSTON CHURCHILL AT THE AGE OE 9 AM F I W 2 X! 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SchillersTrom The sTaTT has louilT in recenT years an eTTicienT uniT which has meriTed an excellenT raTing as governmenT inspecTors annually. The record oT The memloers OT The miliTary sTaTT in Their previous rniliTary experience and in Their Train- ing worlc here gives assurance ThaT The cadeT corps is in capable hands To Turnish excellenT leadership Tor our counTry aT war. CADET Ll EUTENANT-COLON EL ABELE RighT: Sfaff Sergeanl' Morris Miller, Sergeant PeTer F. Wolfe, SergeanT CoaTes Brown, Ser- geant Elmer H. Edwards. Colonel SchillersTrom, Lieu'l'enanT Colonel Walfer L, Sherfey, Caplain John R. Moorhead, Caplain J, L. McAuliffe, CapTain C. R. Wright Maier Jo seph H. Earle, Capfain John F. Grady, Lieulenanl' John R. Whipple, Li eulena nf A. A. Thibauf. MAJ-ORS Vic Klein, Meeks Vaughan, Jimmy Kerr. COMPANY D Caplain C. E. Goodman, Firsf Lieufenanf H. M. Shoemaker, Firsi Lieufenanf Sam Hill, Second Lieufenanf C. A. Mifchell. COMPANY A Capfain Fosfer Arneif, Firsf Lieufenanl Powers, Firsf Lieufenanf Beck, Second Lieufenanf Corder. COMPANY E Y Capfain Jim Fry, Firsf Lieufenanf Q. L. Humberd, Second Lieulenanl' Ed Jones. J 0 0 0 il Commissioned Officers: Colonel Merle P. Schiller- Non-Commissioned Officers: Sfaff Sergeanf Morris sfrom, P.M.S.8cT.g Lieufenanf Colonel Walfer l.. Sherfey, E. Miller, Sergeanf Coafes Brown. , Capfain John R. Moorhead, Capfain James L. Mc- Auliffe, Capfain Charles R. Wrighf, Jr. The inlanlry is lhe largesl and loasic arm of our mil- ilary mighl. For inslance, in The presenl war slrenglh division ol approximalely l8,5OO ollicers and men, over I0,000 are inlanlry lroops. Armed principally wilh The rifle, loayonel, lighl and heavy machine gun, rnorlar, lank, and anli-'rank guns The mission ol lhe inlanlry is lo gain, wilh lhe supporl oi lhe olher arms, Jrhe laclical successes required for carrying oul lhe COMPANY B Capfaln Sam Sfubblefield, Firsf Lieufenanl' C. L. Stevens, Firsf Lieufenanf H, T. Burem, Second Lieufenanf Parker. army mission. lls essenlial characlerislics are ils aloilily To maneuver and lighl over all kinds ol Terrain enabling if To close wilh Jrhe enemy, deleal him, and hold Jrhe ground gained. The inlanlry usually makes ils laclical marches on fool, excepl Jrhal porlion which is assigned lo lanks. Increasing molorizalion ol our army is resull- ing in mosl slralegic and many laclical marches being made in molor lransporl. COMPANY C Caplain O. W. Harmon, Firsl' Lieufenanf C. C. Houslon, Firsf Lieufenanf E. W. Livesay, Second Lieulenanf W. E. Dorris. COMPANY F Capfam W J. Owens Firsi Lieulenanf J. D. Gaunff, Firsf Lieufenanf B. K. Gouge, Second Lieulenanl I. C. Hewgley. COMPANY H Capfaln Elll Holder, Firsl Lieufenanf W. H. Newman, Firsf Lieulenanl' R. H. Hurnberd. COMPANY G Capfain Ben Ward, Firsl Lieufenanf Jim P-ardue, Firsl Lieufenanl J. W. Hickman. COMPANY l Capfain Powell Snipes, Firsf Lieufenanf Warren Vick, Firsf Lieufenanl' Bill King, Second Lieufenanf S. A. Morgan, Second Lieufenanl' R. L. Fishel. , , Wg.. ...,..w,....... M.. HMHI.-...n.m1.-.X .-. 4. .: '-smug.. .u A .f.su:..,1u -Marana Maior W. A. Lowery, wifh Balfalion Adiufanl' Lieulenanl R. C. Anderson. COMPANY B Caplain W. C. Harris, Firsf Lieufenanl' E. M. Dougherfy, Firsl Lieulenanf Ed Vesfal, Second Lieulenanf Joe Harfon. L88-fl Maior W, G. Allen, wifh Baflalion Adiuianf Lieulenanf Ed Dougherfy. COMPANY C Caplain A. L. Garreff, Firsl Lieufenanf H. P. Valenfine, Firsl Lieulenanf A. A Pelerson, Second Lieufenanl W. D. Linz. The mission oi engineers is lo increase lhe combal eiiecliveness ol lhe olher arms by iacililaling .lhe movemenl oi our Jrroops, by impeding The movemenl ol: The enemy, and by providing lhe' sheller and comlorl of our lroops. The Corps oi Engineers performs or super-1 vises The engineering work oi lhe army, includ- ing cerlain lypes oi conslruclion, road and bridge buildings and mainlenance, demolilionsg waler supply: and lield iorliiicalions. Engineers are armed wilh lhe rifle and are somelimes, in case oi emergency, employed as inianlry. Gen- erally unils oi engineers are assigned lo each imfanlry and cavalry division while mosl olhers are ufilized under direcfion of higher head- guarfers. The Engineers confribufe fo fhe cornforf and efficiency of our froops by providing for fheir shelfer and wafer supply, by fhe consfrucfion of doclcs, supply depofs, hospifels, and similar esfablishmenfs, and by fhe rnanegemenf of ufilifies in fhe fheafer of operafions. COMPANY A Capfain J. A. Thornfon, Firsf Lieufenanf J. V, Link, Second Lieufenanf C. D. Hylfon. COMPANY 'D Capfain John Moore, Firsf Lieufenanf W. A. Monfgomery, Firsf Lieufenanf J. W. Ruch, Second Lieufenanf C. D. Wafson. 5 COMPANY E Capfain Joe Hillenbrand, Firsf Lieufenanf C. V. Sfeele, Firsf Lieufenani' J. A. Moriariy, Second Lieufenanf Paul Hughes. Commissioned Officers: Maior Joseph H. Earle, Cap- Non-Commissioned Officers: Sergeanf Pefer F. fain John F. Grady, CAC.: Lieufenanf Alfred A. Wolfe, Sergeanf Elmer H. Edwards. Thibouf, Jr., Lieufenanf John R. Whipple. E691 Fiflfbl will W- will S A-.Y .-'su fi? 3 ,g R' of 31. ,wg A g - 4? 5 -,,, f Maia mqkgliq f,i ew J V - G5 gf? 4"fSfQ 2 . , ,rw M A ' N Q x. i I xp: PJ' a .vp A fX2'."f' x ymwf mme .Ji 2 ff 4 QW. Wg. ,, fi' 1 - f L' in VV! A f fa 6.4 5 ?Z . 't Q3 K!- 1 2 Q .1 Ah. 99 ggi gvh s i , X ' . 21 I ,ga Q W X ,ZW GMX VCQYT gy ., X, 7' 44 2 , msmtw shi fx, cyl 2 ,X , , f Z 7 14 ,WWW 1 i - mm-,.f , , WW. X Www . x MM- K I ls,,M,W X. N FirsT Row: ArneTT, Blackwood, Bolinger, Bowden, Callahan, Dougherly, Fry, Garrellf. Second Row: GaunI'T, Harris, I-Iarfon, Hillenbrand, Hughes, Jones, Kerr, MaTTe. Third Row: McAllisTer, Moore, Owens, Pardue, Shakelford, Shibblefield, Thornfon. ' CAPTAIN ABELE FIRST LIEUTENANT VAUGHAN FIRST SERGEANT HOLDER SECOND LIEUTENANT KLEIN OFFICERS ROLAND ABELE . ..... Caplrain VICTOR KLEIN .... . . .Second LieuTenanT MEEKS VAUGI-IN . . . .FirsT LieuTenanT WILLIAM I-IOLDER . . .... FirsT Sergeanlf ROSTER FosTer D. ArneTT Archie EaTon Joe I-larTon Paul J. MaITe James Pardue Jack W, Bailey Donald Freeman Joe Hildebrand RoberT MerriweTher I-lugh Shaclcleford LesTer B. Bailey, Jr. Jim Fry Paul Hughes Spears McAllesTer Sam STubbleTield William F. Blackwood ArThur GarreTT 6. A, Hines John Moore William SuTTon John Bolinger James D. GaunTT Ed Jones W. J. Long Joe ThornTon Mike G. Callahan W. C. I-Iarriss James Kerr Williams Owens Edward VesTal Ed DougherTy R. B. Wallcer Scabloard and Blade is an honorary milirary TraTerniTy The uniTing oT all cadeT oTTicers oT The land in good Tor junior and senior cadeT oTTicers in R. O. T. C. Com- Tellowship, and emphasizes The developmenT OT respon- pany I chapTer OT The FourTh RegimenT OT Scabbard and sible cilrizenship among The members. Blade was Tounded on The I-lill in l923. lTs purpose is E931 'W-Q JEAN BREWER ALICE WEST MARY ANN VAUGHAN VIRGINIA BIBB Honorary Cadet Colonel Honorary Cadef Maior Honorary Cadet Maior Honorary Cade? Maior I I ll! Tia ly Qeoiw om I I I MILDRED CARTER FRANCES WEILAND NINA FIELDS FLORA MAI MOORE Honorary Cade? Capfain Honorary Cade? Capfain Honorary Cade? Capfain Honorary Cadef Capfian MARJORIE JANE EVERETTT MARGARET PHILLIPS CAROLYN SUTHERLAND LOIS EI-ROD Honorary Cadef Capfain Honorary Cadef Capfain Honorary Cade? Capfain Honorary Cade? Capiain - NANCY HORNER ANNA JEAN DAVIS Honorary Cadet Maior Honorary Cadet Maior LOIS CARSON Honorary Cadet Maior wdbq THE 0FFICERSiH:iHE i it i iz ! 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BuT remembrance abides wiTh sTrange selecTiviTy. The mood oT an insTanT's ioyTul comradeship, dd T Tl' ' Ta oT cam us loveliness, The recollecTion oT honorable obligaTions so TulTill-ed a su en s ar ing vis p ThaT iT carved someThing on The Tables oT selT-respecT, These pers1sT or aT leasT recur. IT has oTTen ' ' ' ' d- l ' , eculiar ins ira been said ThaT TinesT memory is TinesT hope. There is a sorT oT Torwar propu sion p p - Tion ThaT brighTens The Task beTore him, in The recollecTion oT ThaT richness and nobiliTy in The liTe he ' 'Th him a large esTaTe a Treasure inviolaTe a Tineness oT college memory. leaves behind. l-le carries wi , T , IT is hoped ThaT his liTe has been greaTly enriched and sTrengThened by his conTacTs aT The Univer- d b d T U. T. siTy1 ThaT as he leaves The Hallowed l-lill and goes ouT To ioin The loyal and devoTe an o Alumni he will carry wiTh him Through liTe ThaT VolunTeer spiriT ThaT has been a never-Tailing source oT sTrengTh and susTenance in every crisis oT The UniversiTy's hisTory. The Torch is Tlung by Those who have gone beTore him--To him The challenge is given! WhaT parT will he play in TuTure pageanTs oT hisTory Tor UniversiTy and counTry? WhaT conTribuTion will he make in proTecTing The mighTy Toun- l d l 'd Trom Torces which ThreaTen even his righT To Treedom? For he is The soul OT daTions area y an , The Time and musT proTecT and build TurTher upon The noble sTrucTure oT sTrengTh, Through knowledge. ' ' ' h T d 'nTe riT above price, ,As he lays The supersTrucTure oT his liTe, sTep by sTep, puTT1ng c arac er an I g y d d b raise, living noT Tor himselT buT Tor his Tellowmen, so will he help build a greaTer Uni- ee s a ove p versiTy and STaTe, Tor an insTiTuTion is measured by iTs producTs as a Tree is measured by :Ts TrulT. We have TaiTh ThaT he will meeT his challenge bravely. TELY, AND SOLEMN - Holclerburger mugs for Mary. ROLAND K. ABELE, A T S2 ....................,............. Whilehaven, Tennessee Engineering, Scarabbean, Tau Bela Pi, Scabbard and Blade, Phi Era Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Presidenl, Tau Bela Pi, Presidenr, Scabbard and Blade, Who's WhoRinOAr-Fergan Colleges and Universifies, Lieulenanl' Colonel,- CLAUDE W. ADAMS, JR., A T S2 ...........................,... Dyersburg, Tennessee Engineering, Tau Bela Pi, A. l. E. E., Honor Roll, '38-'31 '39-'4O,. '40-'4l, Secrelary, Tau Bela Pi, '4l-'42, Treasurer, Associalion of Collegiale Engineers, '4l-'42. ALFRED EUGENE ADKINS ............................,......... Velo, Alabama Agriculrure, Treasurer of Agricullure Club, '4l-'42, Treasurer of A. S. A, E., Assislanl Manager, I94l Barnwarmin', Presidenl' of A. S, A. E. MARTHA ALLEN, Z T A , . ............ . . Greenville, Soulh Carolina Home Economics. THURMAN L. ALLEN . . .... '. .... . .Sparl'a, Tennessee Engineering. LlLA JANE ARMSTRONG, A Z ..............................,.. Knoxville, Tennessee Eclucalion, Corresponding Secrelary, Delia Zela, Blue Triangle Club. MARY RUTH ARNETTE ..,............................. ...., K noxville, Tennessee Educalion, Pi Lambda Thela, Honor Roll, Secrelary'Treasurer of Lulheran Sludenls Assoclalion. SENHQRS 'F 6 1 ' 0 11:4 ,',,4Fy 11, 'GSW r-+I' E Q,-o xdihiim THELMA IRENE ARNETTE . .......................... . .Knoxville, Tennessee Educalion, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Lambda Thela. CHARLES L. BADGER . ................ . .Nashville, Tennessee Business Adminisl'rari1:n. EVELYN BANKS, A A A . . .... - ..... . , Clarkedale, Arkansas Liberal Arls. LAWRENCE S. BARKER, JR .................................. Challanooga, Tennessee Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers, Assislanl Secrelary of A. S. C. E., l94l, Secrelary, A. S. C. E., A. C. E. Day Commillee, Universily of Tennessee Chorus, '39-'40, HARTLEY BARRETT, -11 M ........................... . ...... Chaflanooga, Tennessee Home Economics, Omicron Nu, Phi Kappa Phi, Playhouse, '39-'40, Home Economics Club, '39-'40, "Y," '39-'4O. THOMAS M. BATES, K A . . ........ . . Shelbyville, Tennessee Engineering. CHARLOTTE ANNE BEAMAN, X S2 ............................... Knoxville, Tennessee Home Economics, Y. W. C. Cabinel, '39-'42, Vice-Presiclenl, Y. W, C, A., '40-'41, Danforlh Freshman Home Economics Scholarsh1p,"32, Vice-Presidenl,.Home Economics Club, '40-'4l, Presidenl, Home Economics Club, 4l-42, Secrelary, Chi Omega, '4l-'42, W. S. G. A. Council, '4l-'42. L1001 HAL D. BECK . . ................. . .... .......... . . Clinlon, Tennessee Business Adminislraiiong Travelli Scholarship, l94l-1942. MARVIN WALTER BELEW . . . ......... . . Milan, Tennessee Agriculiure. FRANCES E. BELL . . .......... . . Powell Siaiion, Tennessee Home Economics. JACK A. BELL . . . ....... . . Knoxville, Tennessee Liberal Arls. MARY RUTH BIBB, A A A . . ............ . . Knoxville, Tennessee Home Economics. ROBERT C. BLACK ...................................... Rochesler, New York Engineeringg Key inlJournalismg Presiclenl of Camera Club, Transferred from Rochesfer Allhenaeum 81 Mechanics lnslilufe wherejeceived a diploma in Mechanical Engineering, working here for a B.S. in lndusfrial Engineering, Ediior of Hand Book and Newspaper af R. A. M. I., Ediror of The "Tennessee Engineer." MARION BLAKELEY, A A TI . , .....,...... . . Knoxville, Tennessee Home Economics. SENIICCDRS ELlZABETH MCBRIDE BLOODWORTH ............................. Carihaqe, Tennessee Home Economics: Women's Sludeni Governmenf Council, '4l-'42, Presiclenf of Barbara.Bloun+ Dormilory, '4I-'42, Vice-Presiclenf of Henson Hall, '39g Home Economics Club Council, '42, Home Economics Club, '39, '40, '4l, '42, HENRY L. BOOTHE . . ....,.. . . Memphis, Tennessee Engineering. I EDNA BOWMAN, A A A , , ,,,,,,,, . . Carrollion, Illinois Liberal Arls. FRANCES BRADSHAW . ............... . . Raleigh, Norlh Carolina Business Adminisfralion. CLEO BRAKEBILL . . . Knoxville, Tennessee Home Economics, Home Economics Clubg Modern Dance Club, '39-'40, Assisfanf Cheerleader, Honorary Caplain, "G" Company, '41-'42g Luiheran Organizaiion, RUTH BRANSFORD . . ........... . . Union Cily, Tennessee Home Economics. EDNA BRAYTON, A A A . . . , . . . , Dyersburg, Tennessee Educaiion. EIOII Billy poinls . . . Pinlcy incredulous. Broyles and Lillian in lhe Hall. ALICE JEAN BREHM, X SZ . . ............ . . Knoxville, Tennessee il-lome Economics. . LEONARD 6. BROUGHTON, Z A E .............................. Knoxville, Tennessee Law' Phi Della Phi, Scarabbean,"'T" Club, Fralernily Relalions Board, Presidenl' of S. A. E., Varsily Tennis, '39, '40, "4l, Caplain, '4l, "Y" Council, Freshman Debaling Team, Book Review Eclilor of lhe "Tennessee Law Review." ETTA ALINE BROWN, Z T A .................................. LaFoIle'lle, Tennessee Liberal Arls, Transfer, Ward-Belrnonl College, Tigaiurerk ZMT. A., '4l, Orienlalion Leader, '4l, Y, W. C. A. a ine , . WILLIAM L. BRUCE . . . ........... . ,Alhens, Tennessee Engineering. JAMES BURN, A T A ................................... . . . Niola, Tennessee Liberal Arls, Phi Della Kappa,,Secrelary ol Phi Della Kappa. MARY JEAN BUSH, fb M ..............,...................... Clinlon, Tennessee Home Economics, Alpha Lambda Della, Omicron Nu, Morlar Board, Phi Kappa Phi, R. O. T. C. Sponsor, '40, Beauly Seclion, '40-'42, Secrelary, Phi Mu, '40-'4l, Presidenl, '4I-'42, W. S. G, A., Vice-President, '40-'41, W. S. G. A., Secrelary, '4l-'42, Home Economics Club, Treasurer, '4l-'42, Junior Class Treasurer, '40-'4I. WILLOISE BUTTS . . ............. . . Memphis, Tennessee Home Economics. SJENJEQRS FRANCES J. CALDWELL, K A ................................. Knoxville, Tennessee Home Economics, Morlar Board, l942-'43, Pi Omega Pi, i942-'43, Blue Triangle Club, '38-'39, Playhouse, Sponsor, Company "C," Infanlry, '39-'40, Treasurer, Guidon Soclely, '39-'40, Carnicus Commillee, '39, '40, '4l, '42, Sadie Hawkins Commillee, '40-'4l, Secrelary, W. S. G, A., '4Oe'4l, "Volun'I'eer" Business Slall, '39-'40-'4l, Defense Slamp Commillee, '42, Treasurer of Morlar Board, Senior Sociely. WILMA JEAN CALFEE ................................. . . While Pine, Tennessee Liberal Arls.. CLINTON CAMPBELL . . ......... . . Knoxville, Tennessee Liberal Arls. DORIS CANNON . . ,... ........ . . Columbia, Tennessee Home Economics. WINNIE LUCILLE CANNON ............................... Lawrenceburg, Tennessee Home Economics, Transferred from Marlin Junior College in Pulaski, Tennessee, '38-'39, Secrelary of Marlin Home Economics Club, Treasurer of Marlin Home Economics Club, '39-'40, Member of Universily of Tennessee Home Economics Club, '40-'42.. RUTH CERTAIN ........,................................... Miami, Florida Home Economics, Secrelavrly of Universily Chorus, '40-'4l-'42, Member of 'Home Economics Club, Transfer from esleyan College, Macon, Georgia, Tyson House, '39-'40-'4l. MARY JEAN CLACK . . .......... . . Knoxville, Tennessee Liberal Arls. L 1021 LEVY M. COE, A T Sl . . ......................... . . Cenfralia, Illinois Liberal Arlsp Hislory Club: Spanish Club., MARGARET COLLINS . . ...............,.... . . . Cobblown, Georgia Home Economics IGradual'el. SARA FRANCIS COLVIN, A A II ............................ . . . Knoxville, Tennessee Home Economics: Alpha Psi Omega, Secrelary, '4l-'42. H. F. CORDER, JR. . . ,................... . . . Knoxville, Tennessee Agriculfure. WILLIAM B. COX, 111 I' A .................,................. Cookeville, Tennessee Business Aclminislralion, House Manager and Treasurer, Phi Gamma Della, '4l-'42, Hislorian, '40-'41, Track Manager, '40-'4lg "T" Club. MARY BETH CRANWELL, A A TI . . ............ . . Pikeville, Tennessee Home Economics. BROYLES CRAWLEY . . . ....... ......... ,..... . . ....... S ale Creek, Tennessee Agricullureg Alpha Zelap Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Zefa Scholarship Award, '40, Danforth Junior Fellowship, 'fllg Edllor, Tennessee Farmer, 'ily Barnwarmln Publlclly Chairman, 4l. EDITH CRISMANI, Z T A. .................................. Chaflanooga, Home Economics: Guard of Zela Tau Alpha, '4lg Y, W. C. A.: Home Economics Club. EVELYN DALEY . . .............. . . Memphis, Business Adminisfralion. FLORENCE DANIELS, A A IT ................ , ......... Charlolle Courl House, Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Liberal Arlsg Y. W. C, A., Junior Class Commifteeg "Orange and While", Alpha Della Pi, lniramural Manager. CAROLYN DAVIS . ........... . .'Madison, Tennessee Home Economics. PAULINE DE FRIESE . . ........ , . . . . Birchwood, Tennessee Home Economics. LEWIS DICKSON, A Z ............................... Cumberland Furnace, Tennessee Agricullureg Agricullure Club, Vice-Presidenl, Universify Chorus. WILBORN DORRIS ......... .... .................. . . . Weslmoreland, Tennessee Agricullure. l:1031 Poo-Poo ancl Murph cram in a iam Sis ancl Powell . . . Aw, now, Sis. EDWARD DOUGHERTY, 2 X . ..........,.. .................... K noxville , Tennessee Engineering, Phi Ela Sigma, Scabbard and Blade, Sociely of American Mililary Engineers, American Sociely of Civil Engineers. SHELTON DOUGLAS .,...............,............,....... Memphis, Tennessee Engineering, Tau Bela Pi, Beaver Club, Presidenf, American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers, l942, American Collegiale Engineers, l942. DONALD DOWNEY . . ......... . . Sale Creek, Tennessee Agricullure. RUTH DOWNEY . . ................................... Sale Creek, Tennessee Home Economics, Horne Economics Club, Non-fral' Council. RACHEL EATHERLY . ...... , ........................ . . Lebanon, Tennessee Home Economics, Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A. FRANCES ELAM, X SZ . . ........... . .Jackson, Tennessee Home Economics. LOIS ELROD, X Q . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rulherford, Tennessee Home Economics. SJEZNJEQRS ROBERT ELLENBURG ...................................... Byinglon, Tennessee Engineering, Tau Bela Pi, Varsily Track, '37-'38, '38-'39, '394'4O, "T" Club. MARGERY EVANS, X S2 ..................................... Knoxville, Tennessee Home Economics, Omicron Nu, Presidenl, '42, Morlar Board, Secrelary, '42, Carnicus Slaff, '4l, All Universily Sing Slaff, '4l. MARC-ERY JANE EVERETT, X S2 .........,....................... Corinlh, Mississippi Educalion, Educalion Represenlalive fo A. S. C. Council, Guiclon Sociely. INEZ FINCH ....................,.,...........,....... Lexington, Tennessee Home Economics, Home Economics Club, Volelles, Universify Chorus, "Carnicus" Slaff. MILDRED FITZGERALD . . ............ . . Charlolle, Norlh Carolina Home Economics. LORRAINE FORESTER . . ........... . . Harlan, Kenlucky Home Economics. ELEANOR FOSTER . . ............................. . . Kyger, Wesl Virginia Educalion, Volelfes, '40-'4l, Orienlalion Leader, '4l. l 1041 l l l JOE B. FOSTER, A T S2 ........,................,........... Maryville, Tennessee Business Adminislralion, "Orange and While", Homecoming Commillee, l942, som rox . . ....... . . Knoxville, Tennessee ' Engineering. I , 'I l EUGENIA FRANKLIN, A A H .................................. Knoxville, Tennessee ' Liberal Arls, Alpha Lambda Della, Universily of Tennessee Playhouse, '38-'39, Orientation Leader, '394'4O, Beaver Club, "Orange and While," '39-'40, Morlar Board Award, Presidenl, Alpha Della Pi, '40-'4l, Edilor, "Rushee's Handbook", Phi Kappa Phi, Who's Who Among Sludenls in American Universiries and Colleges. DONALD FREEMAN, A X A .................................. Knoxville, Tennessee Engineering, Scabbard and Blade, Pershing Rifles, Presidenl, A. S. M. E,, '4l-'42, Vice-Presidenl, A. S. M. E., '40-'4l. NOBLE FREEM-ON ........... ....... ................... L a wrenceburg, Tennessee Law, Wreslling, '38-'39, '39-'40, Universily of Tennessee "Law Review." MYTLE FRENCH ........................................ , Nashville, Tennessee Liberal Arls, W, S. G. A., '39, '40, '4l, '42, Junior-Senior Girls' Club. ' l NANNETTE GARNER . . ............ . . Maryville, Tennessee 1 Home Economics. ' CLARENCE GARVI N, A. L. GARRETT, K MARY K. GARTH . CARL GATES . . JAMES GAUNTT, H FRANK GIARDENE JANICE GlBSON . Y KE K A Business Liberal Arls.. Engineering, Liberal Arls. Adminislralion, Phi Kappa Business Adminisrralion. Business Adminislrafion. Home Economics. N051 . . Clarksville, Tennessee . .Jackson, Tennessee . . Afhens, Alabama . . , Sparla, Tennessee . Chaffanooga, Tennessee . . Knoxville, Tennessee Belhel Springs, Tennessee Edna and Hanlc wilh Hanlc all wel. JO. GLOVER . . ............. , ...... . . Union Ci'ly, Tennessee Y Omicron Nu, Home Economics. , li' MARY KATHERINE econ . ............. . . Icnexvnle, Tennessee QSI Home Economics. il CLARENCE GOODMAN .................................... Kyles Ford, Tennessee ii Liberal Arlsg Honor Gracluale in Mililary, I9-425 Phi Kappa Phi. BRADLEY GOUGE . . . .......................... . . Roan Mounlain, Tennessee Agricuilureg Alpha Zeiag Agriculiure Club. fl RAY GRAVES, E N ..........,.......,................... LaFolleHl'e, Tennessee Liberal Arlsg Scarabloean Socielyg Caplain, Foolball, '4Ig "fT" Club: Who's Who Among Sfudenls in Colleges and I Universilies, '4l-'42g Alhlelic Council, ' KATHRYN GREER . . ...... ...... . . Paris, Tennessee Home Economics, , MARY NELL GREER, A 0 H ......,...............,........... Knoxville, Tennessee Home Economics, Treasurer of Pan-Hellenic Council, Associale Edilor of "Volun'reer," '4l-'42, Presidenf of Alpha Omicron Pig Miss Tennessee, '4l-'42. Sam and Peg pose For l-he man. ii l Y l, MARY W. GREER . . .,.......... . . Friendship, Tennessee Home Economics. AI FAY GRIFFIN, x sz ........ ................. ,.......... .... D n I Inn, Minnesola ll Home Economics, "Orange and While," '38-,'39g "VoIunl'eer," '38-'39, Y. W. C. A. CHARLOTTE GUTHRIE, 2 K .............. ....... ............. P o nlofoc, Mississippi Q-I Home Economics, Presiclenf of Sigma Kappa, '4I-'42, Pan-Hellenic Council. N MARY JO HALBROOK, Z T A . . ............ . . Dickson, Tennessee Home Economics. CHARLES HALE . . ............... . . . Fountain City, Tennessee Business Adminisfralion. GERTRUDE HANDLEY, X S2 . . ........ . . Knoxville, Tennessee Liberal Arls. V Y i WILL GLADDEN HARDIN . . ............ . . Lexinglon, Tennessee Home Economics. f tioel ll I OLIVER W. HARMON . .................................. New Tazewell, Tennessee Agriculture, Alpha Zeta, Agriculture Club, Agronomy Club, University of Tennessee Chorus, '38-'39, '39-'40, Captain, Company "C," R. O, T. C. W. C. HARRIS, K Z ....................................... Jackson, Tennessee Engineering, President, Kappa Sigma, President, ACE, Scarabbean, Scabbard and Blade. CORINNE HAZELWOOD . . . . ............ . . Humboldt, Tennessee Home Economics. GENEVIEVE HAY . . ............ . .Crockett Mills, Tennessee Home Economics. KATHERINE HAY . . ........... . . Eagleville Tennessee Home Economics. MILDRED OLIVIA HAYS, 41 M ................................. Lewisburg, Tennessee Education, Transfer from Austin Peay Normal, Home Economics Club, '4l, "Volunteer," '4I, History Club, '42, Y. W. C. A., '42, Barbara Blount House Council, '4I. BlLLlE C. HENDERSON ..... ....... ........................ S e vierville Tennessee Home Economics, Phi Kappa Phi, Omicron Nu, President, Kittie Kain, '40, Home Economics Club, '3t?-'4l, Play- house, '39, l-liRing Club, '40, Kittie Kain House Council, '39. SENIECDRS 'ee 'E' , ......... . . J hns n City, Tennessee . . JAMES O' HENDNX ' Agriculfure. O O ' Ting and Jim in the Grill. ELIZABETH HICKERSON, A A A ............................... Manchester, Tennessee Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Phi, Mortar Board, President, Delta Delta Delta, Pan-Hellenic Council. JAMES H. HICKMAN, JR., Z A E ............................... Knoxville, Tennessee Liberal Arts, Band, '38-'39, Y. M. C. A., '38-'4l, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '40-'4l, Junior Prom Committee, '40-4I. JEAN HILL, fl, M . . ................. . . Knoxville, Business Administration. Tennessee MARY FRANCIS HILL, Z T A ................................. Crossville. Tennessee Home Economics, Transfer from Ward-Belmont, ViceePresident, lntramural Council, Orientation Leader, '4l. SAM G- HILL' 4, 1- A . l ,,,,,,,,, , , . . . Knoxville, Tennessee Liberal Arts. ROBBIE DEAN HOFFMANN ................................. Sale Creek, Tennessee Home Economics, Volette, '4l-'42, University of Tennessee Chorus, Home Economics Club, Hiking Club. lI107il Jean and Tommy tallc it over. WILLIAM M. HOLDER, H K A ,...... ........................ M cMinnville, Tennessee Business Administration, Scarabbean Senior Society, All Sing Publicity Chairman, '4l, Associate Editor of "Orange and White," '40-'4l, Secretary of Scabbard and Blade, '4l-'42, Treasurer of the Senior Class, '4l-'42, Editor-in- Chief ot the "Orange and White," '4l-'42, Captain,-Company "H" In R. O. T. C. Regiment, '4l-'42, listed in Who's Who Among American Colleges and Universities, '42, Representative-at-large to the All-Students' Club Council, '42, Chairman of the A. S. C. Election Commission, '42. GEORGE A. HOLT ....................................... Knoxville, Tennessee Engineering, American Institute ot Electrical Engineers, Vol Hiking Club, '40-'42, University Chorus, '30-'40, Camera Club, '40-'42, President of Club, '4l. VICTOR C. HOUK, K E . . ................ . . , Knoxville, Tennessee Engineering, Tau Beta Pi.. CORNELL C. HOUSTON . . ........ . . Crossville, Tennessee Agriculture. HAYDEN H. HOYLE, 2 IP E ............... . .................. Memphis, Tennessee Engineering, President, Sigma Phi Epsilon, '42, Swimming Manager, '38-'39, "T" Club, Publicity, A. S. C. Dances, '38-'39, A. S, M. E., '38-'42, Social Chairman, A. S. M. E., '42, lnterfraternity Council Representative, '42, Ushers' Corps, '42, "Y," '39-'42,. RALPH B. HUDSON ......... .......................... . . Dyer, Tennessee Agriculture, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Zeta, Circle and Torch. QUENTIN HUMBERD ................................,..... Cleveland, Tennessee Agriculture, Dairy Club, '40, '4I, '42, Agriculture Club, '39, '40, '4l, '42, Advanced Military, '4l, '42, First Lieutenant. SENHORS VIRGINIA HUSSEY, K A . . ..... . . Education. . . Knoxville, Tennessee . . Dyer, Tennessee DOROTHY JACKSON, A A A . . .................. . . Mortar Board, Home Economics. i . . Murphy, North Carolina WILMA JACKSON . ...........,.. , Business Administration. JAMES ROY JAKES . . ..,,.................... . . Knoxville, Tennessee Business Administration, Delta Sigma Pi. JOHN T. JENKINS, fb 2 K ..........................,........ Knoxville, Tennessee Engineering, lnterfraternity Council, '38-'39, Vice-President, '39, Secretary, '39-'40, President, '40-'4l, Phi Sigma Kappa, A. S. M. E., '38"42, Fraternity Relation Board, '4O. CAROLYN CLEVELAND JOHNSON, E K .... ................ . . Sweetwater, Tennessee Liberal Arts. JAMES EDWARD JONES, JR., H K fl? ...,......,................ Chattanooga, Tennessee Pi Kappa Phi, Scarabbean, Scabbard and Blade, Nahheeyayli Board, '38-'42, A. S. C., '39-'42, Sophomore Class Representa- tive, Representative-at-large, Calendar Chairman, Freshman Advisor, '42, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '40-'42, President, Sophomore Class, Platoon Sergeant, '40, Lieutenant, '4l, in R. O. T. C., Fraternity Relations Board, '40-'42, Con- vocation Chairman, '40-'4l, Greek Week Chairman, '40-'4I, Student-Faculty Organizations Board, '4l-'42. Business Administration, Assistant Treasurer, Treasurer, President, '40-'42, Rush Chairman, '39-'40, of 'lf1081 WYNN JONES, A A H ................................... . . . Norris, Educaliong Phi Kappa Phi, Delia Phi Alpha, Pi Lambda Thelag Vice-Presidenl, Alpha Della Pi, '4l-' ROBERT JOYNER, K A ................... . . Memphis, Lawg Alpha Psi Omega, Beaver Club, '39-'40, Circle and Torch, '39-'40, Kappa Alpha Presidenf, '4I-' J. R. KELLER, 2 X ....................................... Knoxville, Business Adminislrafiong "T" Club, Swimming Team, '39-'4l-'42. CARY KENNEDY . . .................................. . . Memphis, Business Adminisfraliong Presiclenl, Della Sigma Pi, '4l-'42. FRANK KERR, 'Il 1' A . . ............... . . Knoxville, Business Administration. MARY ELIZABETH KERR . . ......,.............. . . Savannah, Home Economics Club, W. S. G. A. WOODSON KING ...................................... Morrison Tennessee 42. Tennessee 42. Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee SENEKDRS Agriculfureg Alpha Zefa iChancellorlgIScarabbeang Managing Editor of "Tennessee Farmer", Agricullure Repre A senlailve fo A. S. C.g Chairman, Barnwarminf LESTER J. KNOX . , ............... . . Engineering, Tau Bela Phi. RUTH KURTZ . . Home Economics. MARIE LASSITER . . Liberal Arfs. EVA MAE LAWSON . . .-'------ - - - Home Economics. WILLIAM H. LAWSON . -----'-' --------' ' Liberal Arisq Eia Sigma Phi. WILLENA LEACH, A Z .,........................ Business Adminisfraiiong Pan-Hellenic Council, '4Ig JOHN LEE . . ------- - - Liberal Arfs. I1091 . . Memphis, Tennessee . . Knoxville, Tennessee Goodlefisville, Tennessee Corrylon, Tennessee . . Rockwood, . . . . . . . . . Somerville, Y. W. C. A. Tennessee Tennessee Chattanooga, Tennessee Pappy and Marydel . . . we cion'i' gel if Herman and Emily ialce il on ll1e chin. STERLING LEITCH . . CELDON LEWALLEN, A A A WILLIAM LLEWELLYN EDITH LOVELACE . . MARY LOUISE LOVETT . . H. P. LOVING, JR. . LILLIAN LOWE, Z T A Home Economicsg Barnwa rmin' . . . . . . . . . . . Knoxville, Tennessee Agricullure. . . . ............ . . Clinton, Tennessee Liberal Arfsg English. ..MadisonviIIe, Tennessee Business Adminislraliong Della Sigma Pi. . . . . . . . . . . . . Knoxville, Tennessee Libera! Arts. . . . . . i. , . . . . Knoxville, Tennessee Educaiion. . ....... . . Brisiol, Tennessee Engineering. .................................EagIevllle,Tennessee Queen, '4Ig Presidenf, Women's Inframurals, '4l-'42, Home Economics Edilor of Tennessee Fa rmer's Social. SENHCDRS L. H. LUALLEN, 2 N . . MARK LUMPKIN . L. J. MCADAMS .... Engineeringg J. c. MCAMIS, 2 X . . MARTHA MCBRAYER . . MARGARET MCLEAN . ELIZABETH MCMAHAN . Tau Bela Pig . . ..... . . Lake Cify, Engineering. ..Rulherford, Agriculfure. .................................GreenfieId, Vice-Presidenf, Associafion of Collegiale Engineers, '4l-'42, ..Knoxville, Engineering. ..LenoirCily, Liberal Arlsg Bela Mu Kappa. Alamo, Home Economics: Universily of Tennessee Playhouse. ..SeviervIIle, Home Economics. H101 Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee LeROY MCMULLEN . . ARTHUR McMURRAY . . MILDRED MCINTOSH . . . Home Economics, Omicron KATHLEEN McTYRE . . J. B. MARGRAVE ..... ..KnoxviIle, Educahonp Non-Fralernily Association. ..NashvilIe, Liberal Arfs. ...................................Edbridge, Nu, Treasurer, Non-Fralernily Associaliong Queen of Non-Fralernilyg A. C. of Spades, Magna Cum Laude. ..Knoxville, Home Economics. . l ...................,............., Rockwood, Agrucullureg Alpha Zeta, Dairy Products Judging Team, I94O. REBECCA MARTIN, K A ....................,................. Bemis Liberal Arlsg Biologiaq Della Phi Alpha, Vice-Presidenl, Della Phi Alpha. WILLIARD MARTIN, E N Educalion. i . . . Knoxville, Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee E. Queen Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee 'IIT ul 'I il I 5, I . II ,H li .21 'I .ll I I l SENHQRS PAUL MATTE, K E . . ..,...... . . For? Oglelhorpe, Georgia Liberal Arls. WINNIE MEAC-HER ..,................,................... Whilwell Tennessee Home Economics: Alpha Lambda Della, Omicron Nug Phi Kappa Phi. ROBERT MERIWETHER, A X A .................,.....,........ Clarksville Tennessee Engineering, Scabbard and Blade, S. A. M. E., A. I. Ch. E. ORREN MICHELL ...................................... Madisonville, Tennessee Agriculture, Agriculfure Club, A. S. A, Eg A. E. Ediior, "Tennessee Farmer," '4Z. RICHARD MILLEN, Z B T . . .........,.,.... . . Knoxville. Tennessee Business Adminislraiioin. ARTHUR MILLER . . ...... .................... . R09el'SVllle. Tef1"le55ee Agriculfureq Non-Frafernilyg Agriculfure Club. BEAUMONT MILLER . . ............... Johnson Cily, Tennessee Business Adminislralion. lflllfl I Foggy wills Mama. Virginia reads lo Ihe "Nose." DIXIE MILLER ........... , ,............. ...........,..... M arlel, Tennessee Agricullure, Manager, l94l Barnwarming, Circle and Torch, '40-'4l, '41-'42, Edilor of "Tennessee Farmer," '40-'4l.' ANN MOORE ........................................... Elovvah, Tennessee Home Economics, Alpha Lambda Della, Omicron Nu, Morlar Board, Danforlh Fellowship, '4l, Home Economics Eciilor, "Tennessee Farmer," '41-'42, Presideni, Morlar Board, '4l-'42. HELEN MOORE, A A A ...................... Home Economics, Alpha Lambda Della, Morlar Board, Omicron Nu, Phi Kappa Phi, Presidenl, W. S. G. A., Who's Who Among American Universilies and Colleges. Knoxville, Tennessee JOHN W. MOORE, K FL. . .....................,...... . . . Knoxville, Tennessee Engineering, Scabbarcl and Blade, A. S. M. E. LILLIAN MOORE . . .... . . . . . Doyle, Tennessee Educalion. MARGERY Mooize . . ............. , , Knoxville' Tennessee Home Economics. MARTHA MONTGOMERY, X S2 ....................... . . Clarksdale, Tennessee Home Economics, Volelles, '3B. e.-msg-. wma. eg.. 1 mln 'Br .Q-5, is!-. x SIEINJEGJRZS J. A. MORIARTY . . ............... . . . . . Engineering, Alpha Chi Sigma, A. l Ch. E., S. A. M. E. RUFUS MORRIS . . ALBERT MOTT, H K A ........... Liberal Arts. Knoxville, Tennessee . . Ripley, Tennessee ..........................NorfoIk,Virginia Liberal Arfs, Scarabbean Senior Honor Sociely, Who's Who Among American Universilies and Fralernily Relalions Board, '4l-'42, Aloha Commillee., ALMA MOUNT . . . BETTY ANNE MURPHY, A A A ....... . Liberal Arls, Presidenf, ANNE LOU NANCE . . HUGH NEIL, sb I' A . . Home Economics. '4l-'42, Who's Who, Home Economics. Engineering. F1121 Colleges, Presidenl, Sfalesboro, Georgia Knoxville, Tennessee Camden, Tennessee Knoxville, Tennessee MARGARET AILEEN NELSON, A 0 H ............................. Newport Tennessee Educalionz Y- W- C- A-. SGCFSTGVY, '4l, Treasurer, '4Og Caloinel Member, '38g House lDormiloryl Vice-Presidenf '40-'4l. CARL . L .I 2 .... . l.iberalEA:slg Ellsialirriifvl Relalions' B'oarel,"1l2g' Llnliversiliy 'Banoi 'BBQ i315 146 "dl: ,elalyrgogsg 158' .lggollzslliltllegniisii Club, '38, '39, '4o. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' p 'lol-'N N'X ' ' --A----- . .Trenfon, Tennessee Agriculture. JAMES A. NORTON, A T SZ . .I .... I. ........................... Dyersburg, Tennessee BuslnessuAdmlnlslrallong Della Sigma Pl, Scarabbeang Nahheeyayli Boardg All-Sludenls' Club '4l-'42 TBUS Ad Rep.lg Volunteer Staff, '39-'40, Carnicus Slaff, '39-'4Og Chairman, Commerce Day, I942' Presidenl' lxlahheeyayli Beard, 1942. ' ' FMRY NOWELL - - ........... . . Trenfon, Tennessee Home Economics, FRANCES OGDEN - . . .V ........... . . Knoxville, Tennessee Business Aclminislralion. JOHN LEON oeLEsBY, JR, . . ................. Memphis Te,,,,e5,ee Engineeringq Tau Bela Pi. SENEO S CLYDE ORR . . ......... . . Knoxville, Tennessee Engineering. EDNA OUSLEY . . ........... . . Maryville, Tennessee Home Economics. WILLIAM JAMES OWENS, A X A ..............,................ Kingsporf, Tennessee Business Aclminislraliong Vice-Presidenf, Lambda Chi Alpha, '4lg Who's Who in American Universilies and Colleges, '40-'-ll, Scarabbean Senior Sociefyg Scabbard and Blade Socieiy, '4I-'42, Commerce Represenfalive on A. S. C., '4O-'4l- Re resenlafive-al-lar e on A. S, C. '-'fl-'42g Nahheeyayli, '39-'40, Assisianf Treasurer, '40-'4I, Treasurer, . , P Q . '41-'42, Nahheeyaylig Capfain, Company "F," R, O. T. C., '4l-'42. JAMES W. PARDUE, A T S2 ................................... Memphis, Tennessee Liberal Arls, Scarabbean Senior Sociely, "T" Club: Beaver Club, '39-'40, Presidenl, Beaver Club, '40-'4lg Freshman Baske+ball Manager, '39g Varsily Basketball Manager, '39-'40g "Orange and While," Circulalion Manager, '39-'40g Chairman, Frosh Eleclion, '4lg Vice-President, Alpha Tau Omega, '39, Treasurer, '40, '4l, '42, Advanced R. O. T. C., Scabbarcl and Blade. FELICIA PARKER, A A A . . ........ , . Knoxville, Tennessee Educalion, GARRETT PARKER, IT K A . . .......... . . Knoxville, Tennessee Engineering. H Rov M. PARKER .... ' .................................... Knoxville, Tennessee Business Adminislrafionq Band, '36-'37g Second Lieulenanf, Company "B," lnfanlry, '42, Civilian Pilol Training, '40. L 1131 Ray and Dolly in The rain. Willie passes 'rhe "buck" lo Genie. JOE PATTERSON . . ........... . . Business Adminislralicn. MARTHA PATTISHALL, Z T A . . TOM PAULEY, E N Home Economics. Business Adminisiraliong Assislani lnlramural Manager, '4I WALTER PELTON . . Liberal Arls. HORTENSE PERKINS, X S2 ,.................... Home Economics, Alpha Psi Omegag Home Economics Club. MAY PERRIN , . SAXON POARCH . . Home Economics. Liberal Arls. . . Neptune, Tennessee . Jacksonville, Florida . Knoxville, Tennessee . Knoxville, Tennessee Brookhaven, Mississippi . Knoxville, Tennessee Birmingham, Alabama SJEZNJEQJRS WILLIAM POLLOCK, K Z ............................ , .... . . Knoxville Engineering, Presidenr, A, l. E. E.g A. C. E. Represenlaiive. FRED POWELL . . SARA LOUISE PRATER, RODNEY PURNELL . . Agricullureg Alph ROBERT QUINN . . CARL RATLIFF, A T SZ . . BETTY ANNE RAWLS, K A . . . . L1141 Agriqullure. AAA.. ........... Home Economics, a Zelrag Presidenl of Engineering. Engineering. Liberal Arisg B. S. U. Agriculfu re Club. . Dyersburg, . . Concord, . . Lebanon, . . Harfselle, . . Knoxville, . . Memphis, Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Alabama Tennessee Tennessee RUTH RAY,XK2.. ...................... , ...... .. Home Economics: Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A. BETTY REDWINE . . ......................,.... . . Eclucaliong Alpha Lambda Della: Pi Lambda Thela. eeonee REAGER . . ......... . . Engineering. RALPH RHUDY, A Z flf . . ..................... . . Engineering, Tau Bela Phi, A. I. E. E. HELEN RICHARD, A A A .........................,....... Business Adminislraliong Treasurer of Della Della Della, Y. W. C. A.: JAMES RICHARDSON, 2 X . . ....... . . Liberal Arls. T. W. G. RICHARDSON, A T S2 . . ....... . . Engineering. W. . . Memphis, Tennessee . . Copperhill, Tennessee Perlh Amboy, New Jersey . . Comers Rock, Virginia . . . Knoxville, Tennessee S. G. A. . . Morrisfon, Tennessee . . Memphis, Tennessee l l 5 . 1 l l I 1 i SENEQRS RUFUS RIGGAN .........................,............... Lebanon Agricullureg Vice-Presidenl of Agricullure Club, '4lg Barnwarmin' Slalf, '4l. EDWARD ROBBINS . . ................ . . . Knoxville, Business Adminislralion. HARRIETT ROBERTS, A A A . . .......,.. ..... ....... . . Palmer Liberal Arlsg W. S. G. A. Council, '4l-'42. WILMA ROGERS, A A II . . ..........,, . . Knoxville, Home Economics. HAROLD ROSE . . .........................,....... . . Lebanon, figicullural Education, Vice-Presidenf, Agriculture Club. MARGARET ROSS . . ............ . . . Maryville, Home Economics. MARTHA ROSS ........................ .......... ....... K n oxville, Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Liberal Arfsg Volelles, '38-'39, Presidenl, Blue Triangle Club, '4l-'42, W. S. G. A. Council, '4l-'42, lfl15fl W. C. ,anal Marg.-"My Mama clone 'l'ole me." On "The Hill" wilh Dixie and Mary Rulh. JOE ROSSON, A E fb JOHN RUCH .... -Engineering, Tau Bela -Pig ll E. . Memphis, Tennessee . Belvidere, Tennessee Engineering, Tau Bela Pig Alpha Chi Sigfnag Presidenl, Alpha Chi Sigma, '42, A. I, Ch. E., S. A. M. E. VIRGINIA RUFFIN, A BARBARA RUPRECHT KATHRYN SANDERS LELABELLE SCRUGGS KATHRYN SHELBY . . Home Economics. H-onne Economics: Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A. Liberal Arls. Home Economicsq Omic'cn Nu. I--fee-.-.A.wn.-v 1,aff..A-L-2: marines, ss ef-J-e:.xseL-Mafezs a.. ALA . Agues QL 3:.fw.a:.:.sLes11'i5g"':ZL ' 'hgglmewf Horne Economics. . Memphis, Tennessee . . Sanford, Florida . Nashville, Tennessee . . . Kenfon, Tennessee . Clarksville, Tennessee i iyf:Z """"'1f' 21f"""" ALICE SHEPARD . . ..................................... Elowah, Tennessee Liberal Arlsg Chairman, Induslrial Girls' Club, '4l"42. HERMAN SILVA ................ . . . .................... Knoxville, Tennessee Liberal Arlsg Presidenl Non-Fralsg Caplain Prize Company, R. O. T. C., Phi Kappa Phi, Presidenl' Hiking Club. JOHN SMARTT ............................. . ...,...... McMinnville, Tennessee STEINIIOI S Agricullureg Who's Who, Presidenl, Non-Fraferniiy, '4l-'42, All Sludenls' Club Council, '40-'4l. CHARLINE SMITH, A A II QUENTIN SMITH . ROBERT SMITH, A T A . . Home Economics Club, Playhouse. Agricullure. I l Libenal. Aris- Challanooga, Tennessee . . Boalland, Tennessee . . Knoxville, Tennessee MARION POWELL SNIPES, E A E . . . Business Adminisfraliong Manager, Junior Prom, '40-'4Ig Who's Whog Scarabbean Senior Sociely. lIl6l . . Knoxville, Tennessee FRANK SORRLES . . ..,...................,.. . .Tren1on, New Jersey Agricullure, Phi Della Kappa, Alpha Zela. LUTHER STAPLETON, E X ................................... Knoxville, Tennessee ' Business Adminislralion, Associale Edilor, "Volunleer", "Y" Fellowship, Universily ol Tennessee Band. C, V, STEELE . . .............................. . . . Englewood, Tennessee Engineering, Tau Bela Pi, A, S, E. E., S. A. M. E. R. M. STIVERS - . -........... ...... ,... . . . . , ,Challanooga, Tennessee Engineering, A. I. E. E., A S. M. E. ED. STORY, fl' .2 K ....................... ............... K noxville, Tennessee Business Adminislralion, Phi Kappa Phi, Scarabbean Sociely, Presidenl, Y. M, C. A., '4l-'42, Cabinel, '40-'4l, "Orange and While," Edilor, '42, Associale Edilor, '40-'4l, Slall, '39, Nahheeyayli Governing Board, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universilies, '4l-'42, Carnicus, Commillee Chairman, '39-'40, Senior Assislanl Manager '41, Asssislanl Manager, All Sing, '4l, Morris Plan Bank Finance Award, '4l, Honor Roll, '39-'40-'4I-'42, Fralernilv Presidenl, '40-'4I, All Sludenls Club, '4l-'42, Publicalions Council, '40-'4l, Junior Prom Chairman, Vice-Presidenl of Freshman Class, Eclilor, "Torch," '40, SARAH STRONG . . .......,..... , , Eadg, Tennessee Home Economics S. M. STUBBLEFIELD ....................................... Daylon, Tennessee Agricululre, Circle and Torch, Presidenl, Senior Class, '4l-'42, Presidenl, Circle ancl Torch, '4l-'42, Presidenl, Agricullure Club, '4l-'42, Presidenl, 4H Club, Barnwarmin' Manager, '40, Chairman, A. S. C, Dance Fund, '40. SENIICCDRS CAROLINE SULLIVAN, K A ................................ Germanlown, Tennessee Liberal Arls, Spanish Club, '40-'42, Y. W. C. A., '4I-'42, EDNA SWANN, A O 1T , . ........., . . Dandridge, Tennessee Liberal Arls. RICHARD WINSTON THALER ................................. Knoxville, Tennessee Liberal Arls, Phi Kappa Phi, Della Phi Alpha, Alpha Sigma Della, Ela Sigma Phi, Phi Ela Sigma, Facully Scholar- ships, '39-'40, '4l-'42, Presidenl, Della Phi Alpha, '4l-'42, Secrelary, Alpha Sigma Della, 40-41. CLARENCE MERALD THOMAS, A T S2 ............................ McKenzie, Tennessee Engineering. MILDRED E. THOMAS, A Z ............,......,........,...... McKenzie, Tennessee Business Adminislralion, Pi Omega Pi, Pan-Hellenic Council, '4l-'42, WOODROW WILSON THOMAS, A X A ........................ Greenville, Norlh Carolina Business Aclminislralion, Vice-Presiclenl, All Sludenls' Club, '4I-'42, "Volunleer," 'B8, '39, '40, '4l, Assislanl Busi- ness Manager, '39-'40, Business Manager, '41, Carnicus, '40-'4l, Commillee Chairman, '40, Asslslanl Manager, '4l, Beaver Club, '38-'39, Universily ol Tennessee Usher Corps, '40, Fralernilyliielalions Board,-'40-'4I, Junior Prom Commillee, '4l, "Orange and While," Business Slall, '38, Scaraobean Senior Soclely. CLEO JANE THOMPSON, K A .....,.........................,. Knoxville, Tennessee Home Economics, Omicron Nu, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universilies, '4l-'42, W. S, G, A, Council, '4l-'42, Presiclenl, Pan-Hellenic, '4l-'42, A, S. C. Council, '4l-'42, Pan-Hellenic Council, '40-'42, Home Economics Club, Lewisohn Scholarshio. F1171 Joe and Winnie-barrislers balh ol 'em. -......,....e...,,,,. ,.:i34: 1 1. . ,. Mary Jo with Prexy Smartt. SAM A. THOMPSON, 2 A E .......,.......................... Memphis, Tennessee Business Administration, Publications Council, '40-'4I, "T" Club, Circle and Torch, Business Manager "Orange and White," '4l-'42, Swimming Team, '39-'40, UHonor. Roll, 384239, '40, Who's Who in American Colleges and niverslties, ' -' . MARY A. THQRNBURGH, X S2 ........................... ...... K noxville, Tennessee Home Economics, Omicron-Nu, Mortar Board, Treasurer, Chi Omega, '4l, President, Cl-ii Omega, '42, Secretary, Pan-Hellenic, '4l-'42, Associate Edttor, "Orange and White,-" '40-'42, Y. W, C. A. Cabinet, '40-'42, Carnicus, Assistant, '40-'42, Sponsor, Company "H," '4l-'42, Orientation Leader, Secretary, Newman Club, '40-'4I, All- University Sing, '4l, Sadie Hawkins, '40. J. A. THORTON, A T S2 .............,..................... Whitehaven, Tennessee Electrical Engineer, Scabbard and Blade, Officer, Alpha Tau Omega, Captain, Company "A", Honor Roll, '40-'4l, President, S. A. M. E., Secretary, A. l. E, E., Member, A. C. E. Board. FLORENCE R. TIPTON, A A Tl ............... ' ...,...........,.. Dyersburg, Tennessee Liberal Arts, Transfer trorn Agnes Scott, Y. W. C. A., '39-'42, Spanish Club, Intercollegiate Club, President, Alpha Delta Pi, '4l-'42, Pan-Hellenic Council. WINIFRED TOWNSON ................,.................. Murphy, North Carolina Law, Treasurer, University of Tennessee Bar Association, Clerk ot Moot Court, W. S. G. A. Council, President, Polly McClung. JEANNE VAN HORN, Z T A . . ........... . . Lewisburg, Tennessee Home Economics. SJEZNJEORS MEEKS B. VAUGHAN, 2 A E ................................. Covington, Tennessee Agriculture, "Volunteer" of I94l, Scarabbean Senior Society, President, All-Students Club, President, Junior Class, Agriculture Club, '38, '39, '40, '4l, Scabbard and Blade, '40-'4l, Vice4President, Scabbard and Blade, '41, Fraternity Relations Board, '39-'40, Vice-President, Fraternity Relations Board, '40, Barnwarmin' Staff, '40-'4l, Assistant Mana- ger, All-University Sing, '40, Carnicus Staff, '4I, R. O. T. C. Cadet Major, Student Faculty Organizations Board, '41, Honor Roll, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. SUE WADDELL . . .............. . . Elizabethton, Tennessee Business Administration. J. A. WALLACE, JR., E A E .................................. Knoxville, Tennessee Business Administration, Business Manager, '42 "Volunteer", Nahheeyayli Board, Secretary, Nahheeyayli Board, Scabbard and Blade, Scarabbean Senior Society, Second Lieutenant, R. O. T. C., Who's Who in American Col- leges and Universities, Honor Roll, Assistant Business Manager, "Volunteer," '39-'4O. BEN H. WARD . . ............. . . . Athens, Tennessee Business Administration. DOROTHY WASH . ..........,. . . Sharon, Tennessee Home Economics. HENRY DEAN WATERS ................... ................ G reenwood, Tennessee Agriculture, Alpha Zeta, Phi Kappa Phi, President, Dairy Club, Agriculture Club, Dairy Cattle Judging Team, "Tennessee Farmer," Reporter. H181 MARY LOUISE WATERS, A A TI . . .............. . . Sevierville, Business Aclminislralion. eeokee M. wean, 2: A E ................................... Knoxville, Law, Phi Della Phi, "T" Clubg Manager, Swimming, '4lg Usher Squad: Y. M. C. A, Senior Cabinef, '4l HELEN WEEMS . . FRANCES WEILAND, K A leer," '40-'4l, '4I-'42, Secrelary of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Home Economics. SARAH HELEN WHEATLEY, Z T A . . . . JEAN ELIZABETH WH ITAKER ......... Home Economics. Home Economics. Home Economics, Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A. . . Greeneville, . . Nashville, . . Knoxville, Cumberland Gap, Tennessee Tennessee g "Volun- Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee SEEKERS JOEL B. WHITTEN, 2 N ELIZABETH WHITTLE . MARGARET WILLIAMS MARY E. WOODWARD, X FRANCES E. WRIGHT . . JO YOUNG ..... Liberal Arlsg Ela Sigma Pl-:ig Alpha Psig Omega. Educalion. Educaliong Honor Roll, '4l-'42. ....... .. Liberal Arfs. Home Economics, Home Economics Club. . . Knoxville, . . . Knoxville, . . Lebanon, . . Knoxville, . . Jamesfown, Honor Rolls. Home Economics, Omicron Nu, Universily of Tennessee Junior College Transfer, lf11'9fl Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Joe and Mary edif 'Ihe O. ancl W. JUNIORS ' ' ' SERIOUS,S mi X. "Buzz" Tanner, Mike Capanegro, Vic Klein, and Helen Childs. ily! uT OT The Throes oT The depression inTo The depThs oT war-such has been The case sTudy oT The UniversiTy oT Tennessee's class oT '-43. As in pasT years, The Junior Class has aTTempTed To Tollow a sorT oT general paTTern or schedule oT evenTs. The Junior Prom was a very deTiniTe success This year due To The inTeresT and eTTorTs oT The class presidenT and The able direcTion oT The Prom Manager, The dance was especially characTerized This year by added enThusiasm, Tor many aTTended iT con- TidenT ThaT iT would be The lasT aTTair oT The sorT ThaT They would be able To aTTend aT The I-lill. The war has indeed had a proTound eTTecT upon The Junior Class individually and collecTively. More and more men oT The Senior Class have been called To The colors leaving The burden oT school acTiv- iTy and sTudenT responsibiliTy resTing more Than ever upon The shoulders oT The men oT '43. This year, in direcT conTrasT wiTh preceding years, The work, The honor, The Toil, and relenTless call Tor service To our Alma lvlaTer has more Than ever beTore appealed To men and women oT The Third year class. To Their crediT, iT may be TruThTully said ThaT They have borne ThaT responsibiliTy wiTh commend- able conscienTiousness oT purpose and a very deTiniTe sense oT devoTion To duTy. Such a Task was noT an easy one, iT may be noTed, Tor while many iuniors Tound iT necessary To assume auThoriTy ThaT would noT in ordinary Times have been Theirs so soon, iT was oTTen necessary Tor Them To slow up Their eTTorTs in order ThaT a member oT The lasT year class mighT have The opporTuniTy oT inTro- ducing The acTion Taken on ThaT given problem. On several occasions, The eTTorTs oT The Junior Class on behalT oT The UniversiTy have beben somewhaT curTailed by The inerTia oT some oT The lasT year men and women. 'The holocausT oT war inTo which all oT us Tind ourselves being ThrusT will have no small eTTecT upon us all-This is very especially The case wiTh The Class oT '43, A year Trom This daTe anywhere Trom one per cenT To sevenTy-Tive per cenT oT The men in This class will sTand a very excellenT chance oT becoming a casualTy in The Army oT The UniTed STaTes oT America. None oT us know whaT The TuTure holds Tor us-we can saTely wager, however, ThaT The TuTure will conTain a raTher inTeresTing program. , May The Class oT '43, like The True "VolunTeer," conTinue To "Shadow himselT so as To give lighT To oThers." JUNICRS AND soiiolzousiv SOPHISHCATED Cfv-M I of 15178 if .'1 l vvx ' D TQ, MENS I I,- l if -ff .Alf t If RJOR ABBOTT 'O 'Q f' f fl l Wil All ia I llfkgg FIRST Row aus BETTY ROSE ACUFF . . ..... . . EDWARD ACUFF , . AAA KZ SARAH MARGARET ADKINS . . W. G. ALLEN . . WILLIAM S. ALLEN . . JACK ARMSTRONG FOSTER ARNETT . . ELIZABETH BADGETT SECOND ROW A Z KIT 111 I' A . Efowah . Knoxville . Knoxville . Knoxville . Kingslon Waferfown Lexington . Knoxville . Maryville KATE LYNN BARKLEY . . SHIRLEY BAUMGARDNER MARY BEESON . , DORIS BELL . , ANNE BIGGER . . FRANCES BOLTON . . ROBERT BONNER . X52 A A Tl THIRD ROW XS? AAA JAMES DONALD BRIDWELL . . . ELIZABETH BROWN . . Founlain Cily . . Brislol Wauchula, Fla. . . Union Cify . . . Florida . Tupelo, Miss. . . . Rives . . Kingsporf . . Knoxville JUNIECD JUNIIQRS LAVELLE BROWN . MARY NELL BRYAN SARA BRYSON . . HELEN BULAND . . GERALDI NE BU RKHART CRAIG CALDWELL ROMA. CAMERON . GERALDINE CARTER FIRST ROW ZTA AAIT SECOND ROW . . Celina . . Shop Springs . . Linden SI. Pefersburg, Fla. . . . Knoxville . . Blouniville Hafliesburg, Miss. . . . Corryion L1Z3l HELEN CHILDS . . ..... . ,SL Peiersburg, Fla. X SZ EUGENIA GRACE COBEN ....... . . Puryear Z T A HONORICO CIORDIA . . . .... . . Puerlo Rico EULA DAVIS CULLOM . . . . Madison THIRD ROW HELEN DARST . . ..... . . . Knoxville X S2 ANNA JEAN DAVIS ..,.. . . Harriman K A JAMES DAVIS . . . .Chafianooga KATHLEEN DAVIS . . . .f?u, ..... ef rg ' O WILERED DAVIS . .... j ,IQ Ile ..Tf"3'i' I ,N-2 E X451 if 1 uf! BETTY DeBUSK . . . . . . . . x A A f 5 ff 'N 0' 'Ee' X + Q fx? xj llv El 9 5 RUTH DUNCAN . . . . Harlan, Ky. Asheville, N. C. JEANNE EAKIN . . . , . . . Pelersburg K Q ARCH M. EATON, JR. . .,.. . . Memphis K X JOSEPHINE EMERY , . ..... Columbus, Miss. fl' M DARRIS EVANS . . , . . . . . . Brownsville K A SECOND ROW SAM FINCANNON . ....... . . Knoxville A 'll I2 VIRGINIA FISHER . . ...... . ,CIarksdaIe, Miss. A 0 II KATHERINE FORD . . ..,.. . . Trezevanf Z T A A. E. FOSTER . , , Corryfgn MARY FOSTER . Asheville, N. C. MARJORIEFRANKLIN . . ..... . . Fi. Meyers, ns, X Q THIRD ROW B. J. FRASER . ..... Lauderdale, Fla. K A GENE FRETZ . . .... . . Knoxville 'IP I' A I GID FRYER . ,.... .. Goodleilsville K A DOT FULGHUM ..... . . Memphis K .X JOHN F. FUZEK . . Knoxville EMILY GARMANY . . . . .Chickamauga, Ga. JUNHQ S EIIUNHCDLL-xi FIRST ROW RALPH GARNER . . WILLIAM cslsr . . KENNETH GLENNAN .,.. . . A T A MOLLY GUARD . . AUGUST HAooRN . A. B. HARMON, JR. SECOND ROW KARL NELSON HARRIS, JR ...... fn 1' A DAVID HASTINGS . BERNICE HAYES . . . . . Maryville . . Sparla . . Obion Blylheville, Ark. . . Knoxville . . . Nashville Middleboro, Ky. . . Shelbyville . . Sparla MARGARET HAYNES PHIL HEPPEL . , CHARLES HERD . LOIS HILL . . JOE HILLENBRAND ANNE HINES . . NANCY HORNER , . NAN INGRAM . . JIMMY JONES . . . A A A JK li Il K A THIRD ROW I A O TI . . Tiplonville . . Memphis . . Sparla Scarsdale, N. Y. . . Elizabelhlon . . Lawrenceville, lll. S If -. nfflwkgigilfg SEM lkfxf ll: Q . 1- A MA J RDAN . . . GLORIA KEIRN . . MARY FRANCES KEIRN JAMES KERR . . VICTOR KLEIN . . KATHLEEN KIRK . . WALTER KYLE . . MARGARET LARSON . NANCY LONG . FIRST ROW MARY CLEVE LUND . KA II1 FA flf I' .X SECOND ROW AXA . Knoxville . . Alcoa Sweelwafer . Knoxville . Knoxville Cleveland . Knoxville Blounlville BILL MCCOMB . . SARA MCCORKLE . . FRANK MCVEIGH . . JAMES D. MALONEY SAM MILLER . . CHARLES MOAK . . THURMAN MONCIER SAM MONK . . AAII K A THIRD ROW EN 'PFA HEPA. ATA Sl. Pelerbsurg, Fla. . . Jellico . Greenville, S. C. S'fa'l'en Island, N. Y. . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Nashville . . Walls Bar Dam JUNMJDRS JUNHCD INA MYERS . . . BARBARA NEWMAN ED NEWMAN . . HERBERT NEWMAN A. P. O'BANNON . JUANITA 'O'NEAL . . W. L. 'OHMAN . . ANITA OWEN . . EL RST ROW KA A Efb A O TI SECOND .ROW BAE RS DORIS OZMENT . . . . Dyersburg I U A Greenville FRANK PATTERSON .... , . . . .Trenion A T S2 Knoxville LA RUE PENTECOST ........ . . Evergreen ' ' ' A A A ADOLPH PETERSON . . Germanfown . . Knoxviile . . K 'II mv' e THIRD Row HILDA PLYLEY . . ...... . .Vonore fl' M . . Nashville RUBY PREVATT . . ...... . . .'Tauares, Fla. A A A MARGARET RASH . ...... . . . Clinfon Afaxs V' v , BARBARA REAGAN ...... I I fm . . Hb! le A A gl -f M h. p: !Qf f . X f . . . emP IS JOYCE REYNOLDS . . r ,T S .- ..- ' f -K Yazoo Cify, Miss. W, WALTER ROBINSON ..... . . I127l f F 1 .TQ 2 K 'Z XE .9 S Cbzx,-ff TN og 1 WILLIAM R. SELDEN . . .... . . ELSIE SELLERS KIPFA AAIIT HUGH SHACKELFORD ......,. DORIS SHIPLEY JOHN SHIPLEY . . FRANCES SITES JOHN FRANK SMITH . ATA fI1I'A SECOND ROW flf M . . . Brownsville . . .Afhens Sf. Petersburg, Fla. . . . Memphis . . Norfon, Va. . . . Knoxville . . Clarksville . . Knoxville NANCY SMITH . . SARAH SMITH . . FRANKIE SNOW . . LLEWELLYN SPRIGG . CLARKE STAMPER . . EDITH SUMNERS . . MARTHA SUTTON . . EMERSON TANNER . . JANE TERRY . . VIRGINIA THOMISON ZTA AZ ,KA A O IT THIRD ROW AOH KA A T S2 ZTA AAA . . Lexinglon . . Rockwood Charlesfon, Mo. Liffle Rock, Ark. . . Ocoee . . Ridgely . . Johnson City . . . Union City . . Oneida . . .Afhens JUNICCDRS JUNHCCDRS FIRST ROW JESS THOMPSON . . . . Dickson HAZEL TINDALL . . . . Harriman SARA TODD . . ....... . .Trezevanf Z T A SHELBY TURNER . . . .Clarkrange EUGENE UPSHAW , , . . Pulaski SARA WALLACE WADE , .... Q . . . . .rrenfon A O TI SECOND ROW LOUISE WALLEY . . . ....... . . Brookhaven, Miss. A A IT WALTER WATKINS . . . . Aihens H291 CLYDE WATSON . BETTY SUE WEST . . DOT WILD . . . ALAIRE WILKINS . . DAN WILLIAMS . . PAUL WISHART . . KENNETH WITCHER SHERMAN WOOD . , MADGE YADON . A A A . .A. THIRD ROW . . Sevierville . . . LaFayeHe Norfh Charlesfon, S. C. . . Ponchafoula, La. . . Gadsden . . Knoxville S INTRODUCING, M'AM, THE Oliver Dale, Dave Millice, John Bolinger, and DOT Hale. u- mf f XX ff ,' T Q T 97 l fs ' SOPHCDMORES l-lerefofore The sophomore class has done liTTle more on The campus in The way of class funcfions Than To aTTend lecTures and wrife reporfs. This year, however, iT was decided ThaT The class should be recognized as a working uniT, so plans were formulaTed for a sophomore ball which would become a campus precedenf. The presidenf and his officers meT and selecfed execufive commiTTeemen To care for The plans and arrangemenfs. IT goes wiThouT saying ThaT such an affair backed wiTh enfirely new enfhusiasm should have been successful. The sophomores are To be lauded Tor Their very subsTanTial inTeresT and acTual parTicipaTion in The affairs of school and in exTra curricular acTiviTies. This in ifself is of The essence since There is a general Tendency for The second year man or woman To look aT The academic requiremenfs as a kind of necessary evil which Takes parT of The ioy ouT of college life. Because of The war siTuaTion The universify as a whole has grown To depend more and more upon second year sTudenTs in all phases of The curriculum, since iT is ordinarily They ThaT are The mosT sfable. The sophomores have one year of college experience behind Them and as an average are noT yeT subiecf To milifary duTy. As a consequence The adminisTraTion has been prone To seek ouT The more promising ones To esTablish Them in posiTions of responsibiliTy and leadership formerly held by iuniors and seniorsfiudging from The pasT year's record we can confidenTly expecf our nexf year's Universify and The nexT To be carried on in The True Volunfeer spiriT. IERY ABLE CLASS OF 1944 ll311 ,J me LL M, ,N-11 llv S 1 GERALDINE ALEXANDER . . OLIVE MAE ALLEN THYRZA ALLEN . fl' M DUSTIN AUGHENBOUGH ..,.... A E ll, GENTRY BARTON . . SECOND ROW LEMMIE BELL . . ELIZABETH BELOTE . . ..... . . A A A . . Knoxville . . Elfridge Snow Camp, N. C. . .Aflanla, Ga. . . Akron, Ohio . . Rulherford . . Henderson . . Memphis VIRGINIA BIBB . . JOHN BOLINGER . . DOROTHY BOND . . RICHARD aowEN . . ANN BREAZEALE . . BURGESS BRIER . . MYRTLE ROSE BRUCE MIKE BUCHANAN . . GEORGE CALHOUN GEORGE CAMPBELL . . XS? Klll A PLA li THIRD ROW 2. fl, lu K 2 flf I' A . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Knoxville Greenville, S. C, . . Knoxville , , Knoxville . . Memphis . . Covinqlon . . Memphis SQIEJJSEQMCCDRTES SQJEDIEEQMCCDRES I JOHN CARPENTER JUNE CARR . . Lois CARs'oN . . C. L. CARTER . . JOSEPH CARTER MILDRED -CARTER -DORIS CATES . . IRENE cATEs . . FIRST RQW EVELYTH CHANDLER . . . .Tallahassee, Fla. CAROLINE CLEMENS . . ..,., . . Knoxville . Jackson X Q WILLIAM CLOTWORTHY . . ..... . . Knoxville . . . . . . . Knoxville fl, F A A A ll MARY JANE COOK . . .... . . Knoxville . Knoxville V K Morrisfown THIRD ROVV U V - . . D . Tipfonvme INEZ CRAIGUE , . . Sand German Orienle A 'I' Q - - I . l U Memphis PATRICIA CRONIN . . . .Knoxville A A A VERLENE CUNNINGHAM . . ..... Obion SECOND ROW JEAN DAIL . . . . . . . fx. .WwwHh JOHNDAH.. .., . Knoxville OLIVER DALE . . H331 03" 1:27. A fe' X .'I 5 1: N 'K' 1 Z-El XTX XY in 1 g- ' " Ill ' 1 X ' , if xi Wh Ill 4X le Z Xx X FIRST Row 'Y XX Z v6 l W 2 6 lg YI' 0 f INA ICKEY . . . . .Memphis C nn. RUSSELL DOBYNS . . ...... . . Norfolk, Va. H K A JUDY DORTCH . . ...... Lillie Rock, Ark. X S2 ROBERT EASTWOOD . . ...... . . Tiplonville A 'I' SZ POLLYANNA ELY . . .....4 . . Knoxville E K GERTUDE EWELL . . ....... . . Knoxville A O IT SECOND ROW MARY J. FAIRBANKS . . . . . Greenville, N. C. NINA FIELDS . . . .Sneedville CHARLOTTE FINCH FRANKIE FONDE . ANNE FOWLKES . DAVlD'FOX . . . JACK FRY . . JIMMY FULLER .. ELIZABETH GABRIEL WILLIAM GARITY . JACKIE GOODRICH MARGY GRAHAM . . . . Tipfonville . . . . . . Knoxville X S2 ...Waverly A A H ...Memphis E A E THIRD ROW . . . . . . . Greeneville E X . . . . . . . Fayelfevllle E X . . . . . . . . . .Waynesboro, Va. A O TT ..FounfainCily 'Il I' A ...Memphis A A IT . . Birmingham, Ala. SQJFDJEEQMCORIESD SQIFJIEEQMCORES FIRST ROW EMILY GRANGER . . . . . . . A O H MARGARET RHEA GRIFFIN . . CHARLOTTE GRIFFITH ........ A A H DOT HALE . . .... . . Z T A CHARLOTTE HALL . . .... . . A A A VIRGINIA HARPER . . SECOND ROW C. L. HAY . . .... . . KID 1' A EDWIN HAZEN . . .... . . 2 A E . . . Knoxville . . Erwin Middlesboro, Ky. . . Kingsporf . . Maryville . . . Elowah . . . Memphis . . . Knoxville JANE HILL . . NELL HILL . . KATHERINE HINES . SARA HOLLAND . . J. E. HORTON , . HARRY L. ISSLER, JR. KA fl? M . . Murphy, N. C. . . . Porfland THIRD ROW 111 1' A . . Calhoun . . . Madison, Ala. Miami, Fla. x K 2 Rose EDNA JENKINS . . soddv RAFAEL JIMENEZ . . 2A,f9.1, . . . Pue O ,1 I' XI' -,swag W SARA L-ou JOHNSON . . .J ,f-'iiglllfi' I' 'AFS sei -ILAQ 3 REBA JUSTICE. . . . . - -if o 6 f Y msn ', S QQ! XJ! ix - Q ,J Q5 L I AA l Q .?"o q, . ROW MARTHA KINSER . . RICHARD KOELLA HELENE LASSETTER BETTY LEACH , . G. T. LEE . . SARA LeHARDY . JOHN LlNG . ELSIE LIVELY . . EAE XS? SECON D ROW Z T A ZX AOTI . Crossville . . Kingslon . . Rockford . . Memphis . . Knoxville . . Memphis . Knoxville Chalfanooga . . Knoxville ED LOCKETT . HOLT MADDUX . . JIM MANN . . THOMAS MANN . . LOIS MARTIN .. MARGIE MARTORELL . WILLIAM E. MAYBERRY JOHN MCCALLIE . ELMERIA MCCALLUM . . Z A E THIRD ROW ATSZ KA XYZ AT SZ EAE KA . . Knoxville . . Memphis Enka, N. C. . Brownsville . . Maryville Tampa, Fla. . Crossvllle . . Knoxville . Henderson SQ! FDJEEGMORES SQIFJIEIQMQRES KYLE MCCARTY . JEAN MCCLESKEY BETTY MEGEHEE . BEN E. Mo-ORE . CHARLES oeLEs. JANICEEOST . . ROMA PASSERINE FRANCES PHIPPS FIRST ROW 'If M Z 'l' A fbI'A KA K A SECOND ROW AAU . . Oakdale Americus, Ga. . Decaiur, Ala. . . Knoxville . . Befhpage . . MempIIis Murphy, N. C, . . Memphis THOMAS AL POMEROY , . ., S. D. POORE . . ISABEL PORTRUM ROBERT POWELL W. W. POWERS EDWARD PRIEST MARY PRYOR . . MARA PURCELL MICKEY PUTNAM PENICK REITZAMMER . . , Memphis . Knoxville Rogersville . . Cades . KnoxvIIIe . . .... . . Huniingdon fi QCA of l E51 ll x7 - L I 'Q' W L-il-4llfI ,,A ll " X' 3 liz' T, IBM Hill ' Nfl! I, II, Z X XR FIRST Row .A X X 'J 'XII l I: 0 GGY OBERTS . .,..... . . Palmer ' A' A A A W. B. ROBINSON ...... . Knoxville fl, I K JANE ROGERS . . ..... .Knoxville 'IA M KATHRYN ROGERS . Knoxville BETTY ROSS . . Greenevilel BILLY RUFFIN . . .... Covingfon SECOND ROW LUCIE SAFRIET . . MARY LOU SAWYER . . . . . . . MACK SCOTT . . CIP M ATA . Knoxville Lynchburg Dyersburg DOT SHEDD . . ROY SHERROD . DOT SISK . . T. C. SLEDGE . . WILLIAM SLEDGE BOBBIE SMITH . NAT SMITH . . LYNN SNYDER . CHRISTINE SPARR fl' M EA A A A THIRD ROW YAE KA Chattanooga . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Memphis . . Memphis . . Knoxville . . Charlollfe . . Knoxville . . Memphis SOIEJEEQMURES SQPJEEQMCDRES FIRST ROW JEANNE STRICKLAND ......... A A A ANN STROMQUIST . . ..... . . A O IT CAROLYN SUTHERLAND ......4. A A A MARGARET THATCHER . . A. C. F. TROTTER, JR. . . HELEN VAUGHAN . . SECOND ROW LILLIAN VON BRAMER ...,..., A A H BUDDY WARREN . . Jacksonville, Fla. . . Chaffanooga . . Knoxville . . Soddy . . Johnson City . . Bolivar . . . Kingsporf . . Knoxville lf139fl LlNToN WATERHOUSE ....... . Chalfanooga E X JosEPl-llNE WATTENBARGER . . . . Knoxville SARA WHITE . . ....... . . . Ca'rl'hage A,A 11 ROWLAND WIDENER . , . . Founlaln clly THIRD ROW ANNABELLE WINGO . , ..... Sluflgarl, Ark. 2 K JANE WITT , . . - I-vnnville JACK WRIGHT . . ....... . . . Medina A T S2 Jae PAT WOODWARD . ...... llege Par 0 V . X sz --1 fm! 'fililgflfx ,f JEAN WYRICK . . . .... ,. Q . . .xCor -pl: .gif f lf . f- fl 'I' M Ja! 2 in JOHN YARBRO . . . ., 7 .5 0 S -,ff ' 1219 ' ga, Kfffww 'f Q y.::,sW1 N ,Q xf E KM 'Wi 23 wa nfrn RN ' ,QE Johnnie Morris, STanley AshTon, and Eugene Greenwell. T fs! l -A FRESHMAN IN THE The crop oT goaTs or "greenies," as They are peculiarly recognized as by The upperclassman, was one oT The largesT in hisTory despiTe The compeTiTion Trom war and indusTry. They were a raTher nonchalanT bunch aT The beginning oT The year, iT we are To Take The spiriT evidenced aT The aThleTic conTesTs as a criTerion, and we usually do, buT as we all expecTed They came Through in Tine sTyle aTTer having been raTher unceremoniously speared boTh orally and ediTorially, Beginning wiTh Home- coming The VolunTeer spiriT began blooming and since has Tollowed Through in every occasion. The sTanding in classes as well as in sTudenT acTiviTies has been unusually high and is To be commended when we consider The aTmosphere OT unresT and conTusion ThaT comes To a universiTy in Time oT war. The TirsT maior evenT in which The Treshmen played an imporTanT parT was The Treshman elecTion. ln This campaign only Their class oTTicers were elecTed buT ThaT was enough To iniTiaTe Them inTo The swing OT campus poliTics. In a very close and spiriTed conTesT The above candidaTes emerged The vic- Tors, Dances, ouTings, sporTs and oTher Torms oT enTerTainmenT made Tor a mosT enjoyable deviaTion Trom academic work, when necessary. Too, while surprising as iT was in The annual Track relays The Trosh exercised compleTe dominance over Their upperclassmen To shaTTer a long sTanding Track record. The TradiTional Treshman reTreaT was The highlighT oT The year's acTiviTies. This year iT was held in GaTlinburg, Tennessee, and members oT The class were given inspiring and valuable Talks by members oT The TaculTy, sTudenT leaders, and pasTors oT The various ChrisTian denominaTional churches. N411 SPRING 56" GTA Sill N wg olglgiglf U li FIRST Row Bfllxwrfkiaswl.. 11:5 MARY ANN ADCOCK . ALFREDO AMADOR BETTY ANDES . . . KATHLEEN ARNOLD NOLAN ASHBURN . MARY EVELYN ASHE STANLEY ASHTON . EUGENE ASKEW . . 112 5 K K A 11- M SECOND ROW 2 X . Knoxville , Knoxville Puerlo Rico . Knoxville . Knoxville Shelbyville . Knoxville . Knoxville . Nashville BOB BABBAGE . . RALPH BANKS . . MARTHA BARRICK MARY ANN BARTON . . BETTY BATSON . . ALLENE BASS . . EVELYN BASSIE . . BETTY BAUER . , ALVA BAYNE . . GROVER BEELER . . LILLIAN BERGEY , MARIE BIANCONI EAE THIRD ROW KA AOII HKA BAE . . Harlan, Ky. Cumberland, Ky. . . Springfield . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Cumberland . . . Oakville . . Knoxville . . Norfolk, Va. . . Knoxville Philadelphia, Pa. . . Nashville lFRlE?lSlElMEN JEJJRJEESJEEMEN DOT BLACKBURN . . MILTON BLACKWELL R. T. BOLlNGER . . SARA JO BOLLING . . Rum BRAKEBILL . . ROLAND BRETT . . . TRULA BRIDGES . . CHARLES R. BROCK JAMES BROTHERS . JO ANN BROWN . . FIRST ROW KA 412K A T A SECOND ROW . . Lynnville Chapel Hill . . Knoxville . . Norris Madisonville . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Byinqlon . . Hillsboro . . Knoxville M431 JUDSON BRYAN . EVELYN BURKHART ORIN BUTTERICK . FRANCIS BYARS . DOT CAIN . EMALEE CALDWELL BEULAH CALHOUN ALVIN CAMPBELL EDGAR CAMPBELL JOHN CAMPBELL DOTTIE CARMICHAEL ...... Q . ..Linden Rl, l' A . . . . . . . . Knoxville Z 'l' A . . . . . . Helena, Ark. . . Knoxville THIRD ROW . . Knoxville ..Brislol A A A . . Johnson Cily ...............Knoxville 2 -b 12 F195 A-'Q' oi- 2 A E ileighba ff-H .1 I- 4+ f K . .... fliYf. f.'fl9mv I2 K E S .jx ff Aan 'Z .0 S gf LQ ..- JN wb an-X I ,- L- iz? IX- f I Q ff X X1 W I X NA CAEM I ..... ya 1 sag- Nl 2 ,1- LESLIE CARPENTER . . ......... . fr- r A JACK CASH . . NELL CLAGETT . . ..... . . A o H WILUAM L. CLAPP . . ..... . . fi- 1' A TED CLYMER , . ,.... . . A T sz RUTH COCH RAN . LlLLlE COFFMAN . JAMES COLE . . HAM N-ER coLLlNs E K SECOND ROW X52 EX . . . Knoxville Oak Park, lll. , . . Knoxville . . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . , Union Cily . . Alcoa . . Knoxville . . Newbern . . Memphis JOE COMBS . . MARTHA CONNOR HERBERT COULTER . . BEVERLY COVELL . . DOT CRONE . . KATHERINE CROSS MARY JEAN CROSS MARLYS CUTHBERT RHEA DAIL . . JO DICKINSON . . ELENE DOUKAS . . A O ll THIRD Row A fl ll Xi? X22 X9 . . Bristol . . Challanooga . . , Knoxville Washinglon, D. C. . Emporium, Pa. . . Knoxville . . Knoxville , . Knoxville . . Brislol . . Harlan, Ky. , .Tampa, Fla. JEJRIEQSJSEMEN IFRIESJSIMEN EMOGENE DUBOISE . . FIRST ROW MARTHA ANN DURRENCE . . WILLODENE EAVES . . ARTHUR ELAM . EDGAR ELAM . . FRED EPPERSON ROBERT ESKEW DORIS EYRICH TOM EVANS . ANN FARRELL A 2 CIP A 2 fl? 'nk ll' sEcoND Row Vanceboro, N, C. . .CIaxIon, Ga. . . Maryville . . Whilehaven . . Nashville . . Copperhill . . . Lebanon . . Whilwell . . Knoxville . . Memphis CHARLOTTE FALKNER . . . ROSEMARY FOURMAN ..... '. . , BILL FOWLER . . JACK FOWLER . . ROBERT FOXWORTHY . . . . . MARGARET FROHMANDER . . GENE FUDGE . . FRANK GALYON . RICHARD GARNER FRANCES GATES . MARTHA GILLESPIE . . Challanooga . . . Knoxville . . . Memphis . . . Memphis Forl Myers, Fla. . . . Knoxville . . . Nashville L :N I fh gl Cv- .34 I' llfak...SH . . ln. Q . . 25. WILLIE RUTH GLOVER FIRST ROW ZTA KATHLYN GOLDBERG . . MARIAM GOODSTEIN . . MARY GORDON . . MASSEY GORDON . . CAROLYN GRAF . . RUTH GRAHAM . . BETTY GREER . . ERNEST GRIGGS . A O IT SECOND ROW X52 AAA SAE . . Lawrenceburg . . Founlain Cily . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Memphis . . Challanooga Washinglon, D. C. . . Memphis . . Knoxville . . Humboldl' RAUL GUEVARA . IVALINE HAAS . . PAUL HAAS . . MARY HARDIN . . . RUTH HARMON . GEORGE HARRIS . . DICK HART . . BETTY HARTMON . . CHARLIE HARTMAN . VIRGINIA HARTSHORN FRANK HARVEY . . A A H THIRD ROW EK ATA ATS? AAT! ALIIF KA . . lsabela, P. R. Balfle Creek, Mich. . New York, N. Y. . . . Elora . . Knoxville . . Greenfield . . Memphis . . Knoxville . . Mosheim . .Asheville, N. C. . . . Orlando, Fla. IEJRIEZSJEIZMEN IEJRIESJEIMEN MARY JO HASTINGS ELIZABETH HAYS . . MARY B. HEIDLER . GENE HENDRIX . . MANUS HENEGAN BETTY HENSON . . VIRGINIA HIGGINS LOIS JANE HOEHLE MARVIN HORNER . CHARLES HARTZ . . FIRST ROW XS? AAA Z 'I' A SAE SECOND ROW .qi . ,H. k.A . . . Memphis . . Knoxville Mi. Vernon, III. . . Memphis Melbourne, Fla. . . Neuberl . . Elora . . Memphis . . Morrisiown . . Nashville KENNETH HUMPHREYS . ROSEMARY IVERSON FRED IVY . . JESSE JACOBS . EDGAR JARMAN . FAY JEFFERS . . JULIE JENNINGS . BETTE JERNIGAN . . MARGARET KELLER ADELE KENNEDY . . , . i,,,?KTTox -ne . ,f NORA KEY . . ..Memphis A T A . . Maryville ..Memphis K EZ . . . . . . Shelbyville K A THIRD ROW . . Slayden Founlain Cify . . Clinfon ..KnoxvilIe A A TT in-54,353 " v -ff. .. ...l4F1I'lle -f- pxprfif l,.x . . . 'TS O f 5 09 S ste 'J A sQQ Mx ref s i I e "Q-a '-2 . .Y l .Y ,nt-:Q M Q ' K' ' :ll-f QW ERNEST H, LUMPKIN . . Rufherford CH 3212, ...... . . . , Kingsporl ,N ' MARJORIE LYLE . . Jefferson ony ls' N.sB':'- XIX 2 499 AUDREY KRAUCH . . . ...... . . Memphis K A HUGH MACAULAY , . Seneca, s. c. FRED LANG . . ..... . . Nashville K E EMILY DEE MARSHALL . . . . Clarksville . V. LEDGERWOOD . . ....... . . K 'll J 2 A E "ox" 9 THIRD Row EDMUND MARTIN . . ..... . . . Bemis DENNIE LITTLE . . . . . Monroe K X, C. A. MASSEY, JR. , . . . . . . Maryville RUTH LOEBER . . ..... . . Knoxville cb I, A 412 M SARAH MAYFIELD . . . . . . . Alhens HARMON LONG . . . Blounlville A A A JOE MCCAUGHAN . . . Memphis SECOND ROW JOE LONG . , ....... . . Knoxville HELEN MCCLELLAN .... . . . Concord fb 1' A ' Z T A WILLIAM C. LOVEDAY . . . . Chaflanooga ROSE MCCLAMROCH .... . . . . Knoxville A O ll PATRICIA LOWRY . . ....... . , Knoxville CHARLES MCCLURE .... . . . . Knoxville A O TI IT K A IFRIESIEI EN JEJJRJEZSJEIMELRT FIRST ROW GRACE MCELVY . . . Tampa, Fla. CAROL MCINTOSH ....... , . Memphis A A Il EVELYN MCNUTT . ....... . . Enditloll, N. Y. V Z T A BARBARA MERTZ . . ...,... . . Chicago, Ill. A A .X JEAN MILLER . . . . Memphis JOHN MILLER . . . .Clinfon CON MILLIGAN ..... Lookoul Mounlain E A Ii ' SECOND ROW ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY ...... . . Memphis A A H BARBARA MOORE . . CONLEY MORRIS . . . . . Elizabefhfon I1-191 JAMES MOULTON . . .... . . KI, I' A FRED MYERS . . . . WILLIAM MEAD . . PAUL NEWTON . . . . . . . KA THIRD ROW MARY ANDREWS NORTON . . . LUCILLE NUNN .. .7.... A 0 H H, KAY OGDEN . . JULIA OGLESBY . . ..... . . A A H JANE OSBORN . ...... . Z T A ROBERT PAINTER . . . . . . KP I' A LEIGHTON PANTER . . . . . Signal Mounlain , . Greeneville . . Knoxville . . Knoxville . . Walland . . . Denver, Colo. . . Knoxville S xl .H S v N 'K D' Gall-Zllfl f , X Ill if X, I I,- X 1 x la FIRST ROW Auf? X .'qL!BhQw,XiRKEQlg7. . 0 - . 25. BILL PATTERSON . . LAURA PAYNE . . JACK PEEPLES . . NANCY PEEPLES . . VIVIAN PENLAND . MARY F. PEOPLES . BARBARA PERKINS . . JOHN PHILLIPS .. MARIETTA PICKENS . . SAE X82 ATS? AOIT 411 M SECOND ROW EK LAE . . Camden . . Knoxville , . Knoxville . . Memphis . . Memphis Bryson Cily, N. C. . . Knoxville Charlesfon, W. Va. . . Germantown . Tonawanda, N. Y. MARION PICKLE . . ..... . . E fb E TOMPOPE.. LX MARGARET PowELsoN . . BARBARA RRESTON . . . . . . . Z K THIRD ROW RUTH PRYOR.. E K DAVE REDDICK . . . . . . . 2 X MILDRED REED . . WILLIAM H. REEDER .......... IT K A DOROTHY RITTELM EYER ....... K A JIMMY ROBINSON . . ..... . . ZAR MILDRED RUCKER . . . . . . Knoxville . . Morrlslown , Knoxville . Knoxville . Knoxville . . Clinlon McMinnville . . . Memphis . . . Memphis . . . Knoxville JFRJEZSJEKMEN JEARJESSJEIZMEN FIRST ROW AGNES SMITH . . . . Knoxville BETTY ANNE SCHAFFER ........ . . Knoxville DOUGLAS SMITH , . ....... . . Memphis A A Tl A T A ROBERT SOI-IMID . . ....., . . Knoxville ELEANOR SMITH , . . . Owensboro, Ky. 2 A E ROBERT sol-IwAB . , . . . . . Memphis DAVID STAIR . . ....... . . Knoxville fb P A R. G. SEIBERT . . . , . Baseline THIRD ROW DIGBY SEYMOUR . . ..... . . Knoxvillo K 2 MARSHALL STALLINGS ......... . . Humboldf JOHN sHANKLE . . ,.... . . Paris A T 9 2 X LOIS STAMPS . . ......, . .Knoxville MARIE SIHIIPLEY . . . . . Norlon, vo. A A A JANE STAPLETON . . ..... . . Knoxville fix M SECOND ROW BETTY LOU STEELE . . , .... . . Newcasile, Ind. 2 K ' JOE SHIRES . . ....... . . Obion DQROTHY MAE STERLING , , . , . . . Mia , A T A 56 V O ' - - RICKLAND 931 ii' ff-N M ' JERAL LEE SHOWN . . . . Eoonioln Orly GARNER ST ........ 7, m S 2 A E TBM., fx ,. -5395-Vx! if C ,-x73 rin. 'X ROBERT SMART . . ....... . . . Norris GLENNA STUBLEY . . ...... . . . . . . . I- f H K A A A A ' X Tx 7 Q ron 5 , , 0. R12 gf N - Q .ik -""' we ROY LEE SWEENEY . . FRED TALLEY . . NEWLAN TAUXE . . A T A BEN TESTERMAN . . ..... . . 2 A E NORMAN THOMPSON . . SECOND ROW PEGGY THONES . . ..... . . A O H JOHN THORNBURG, JR ........ il' T' A KATHLEEN THROWER . . . . . . . 'IP M Wes? Point N' Y. FRANCES THURMOND . . . . , . . fl! M LlDA TOWNSEND . . . Lynchburg DONALD M. TUCKER ......... . . Paris E A E . . . Knoxville THIRD ROW . . , Knoxville T.H.TUCKER.. H K fb . ' ' Memphis MARTHA TURNER . . . . . . . . . A O H MARY LOUISE VAN HORN ..... Z T A VARTANlG VARTAN . . ..... . . A T A V ' - Memphis MARY ANN VAUGHAN . . . . . . . X Q . . . Knoxville PHYLLIS WADE . . . . .Knoxville . . Dyersburg . . . Knoxville . . . Knoxville . . Knoxville Hope, N. J. . . Memphis . . Covinglon . . Knoxville JEJRJEZSJSKMEN JEJJRJEZSJEIMIEN RUBY WALRAVEN . . JOHN WARREN . PEYTON WATSON . . MARY AGNES WATSON OARL WEBB , ca-IARMAINE WELLS . , ALICE WEST . . BARBARA WHITE . . CHARLES CLAYTON WHITE ..,. FIRST RQW PEGGY WHITE . . . . . Blylheville, Ark. . GEORGE WHITTINGTON ...... . . Morrisfown Powell Slallon I X . CONSTANCE WILBANKS . . . . . Pickens, S. C. . . . . . . . Knoxville X N . . . . . . . . Knoxville fl' I' A THIRD ROW . . . . Ashland, Ky. WILLIAM WILKINSON ......,. . . Knoxville . .Memphis fp F A KAY WILLIAMS . . ....... Palafka, Fla. 4-A . . .Trimble -Y A 3. RALPH WILSON . . SECOND ROW FRANK WINGFIELD ..... . . Memphis - fll 1' A . . . . . . . . .Memphis JOE WOODSON . . A O 1'I .... . .. . .Knoxville JAMES WORDEN . .... . .. A o H 4' 1' A RICHARD WRIGHT . , . . . . . . 2 X LI53fl lshofograph by WILLIAM A. HICKEY 'let' 'V0e Qvoobesk 306 f0osX Sxsixoqdxfbeb oi ak Q09 xooqxoxs 3 010 CRN osx Xeooessee oo-eb 10251 aX'i5x0 'xs X'0e 'fxXXe osx xsfixss Xeooessee. X9 We Xzixvesk oss 53 eXecXxo0s X066 ak We YYN, once ea30 qeav X'0e, 1060 a06 v1oq0e0 osi 'Yemessee q0eeX Ko -Joke Rox Q0dw c?06xc,e Rot We q0os'i besevfxoc, oo-eb osx 3NXX0e, skobedi xoobq. 'Nw gear , We skufkeok Xoodq ofa We 0601 evixkq q0eX aob 30ose wfxaq Vx-A Giveex ,xxx-asxeovessee Rot ' NL. Qdxek , 100664 , a06 00asssx0x0q w1o06 JN 900 avg 995 as sale x0a-Ie 9Qo006 x0ex , 2506 vfNx0o0o1 We 00 Xess . 61 01 an PX my wi, , , M X ll 4 5 Vx X X , g. . ' 2fQi5'QuQ1f,:E, , max , ' 1xxgxf,xx3s,v.x-,X--U . - gx5gSQS5::ay5gSa',11 N - 1 N sw Q - 51 X3 EV xkigff " L: KX Q X. ' 12 A vi Akw3wSi',gziai1'f s 3" ??'555kiil511Yi:q"..'l Lf 3 Qagifiilsixieaagifgeii f ibxggzygwxg .x . ' 15g:1Sva?2iY5i"A5FQ,5 32 Xgigfg Q23 11 . ' Fix , . . . 1 , . ,. z .--- . ,, -1 zffzfiqfch 5 -, M755 TENNESSEE AND: Qawx-,few Q1,y,, ,q 23 f m- Q25 -W A. Wm ? fS -Eff ' 'fv5lw311w Q 1 2 3 fx 'w P A w 1 N 1 w xl W .,,, K f 1 , S ,.,, 5 V, ,,, ,, , ,,,k:,,,,.,,,,W, W ,,,M,,,,,.., MM, .,. N. ,,,,....., Mi. V-, Y- 1 Y These 'rwenfy-four beauHes were selecfed from I33 confesianfs. Miss Tennessee, Sir! THEBEAUTY "A PreHy Girl . . ." Q Slee, Jean, and Julia BALL Y Mr. Foster D Ed ity of T Knox Tennessee Dear Mr. Arnett: Thank you ce has been b gence First - 2 Third - 8 Fourth - 7 Fifth - 5 Sixth - 13 My congratulations to th very fine L JRP:nb Second 3 . Arnett ltor, THE VOLUNTEER Univers ennessee ville so much for l the six rn. JO!-I POWERS 247 PARK AVENUE NEW Y N ROBERT Of-PK CITY March 28, 1942. etting me have the pleasure of judging ost beautiful girls for your 1942 VOLUNTEER. All of your contestants seemed most attractive, and it was a very difficult Job to select the ones whose numbers ar low. Please reme b t m er that my choice has hrough the camera's e personaliti e listed be- b een made necessarily ye - that I did not know any of the es involved, and that there was only one photograph, and that retouched, from which to judge. Not being able to see and talk with the young ladies was a handicap in consider- ing them. Forinstance, your charming Martha Montgomery, who is a recent graduate of our school, is certainly far more attractive than her picture would indicate, and because we know what she reelly looks like, we are not including her in the half-dozen. It is of greatest concern to me that oth young ladies are not suffering similiar injust photographs. My choi EI' lces from t . Y heir ased upon - a. naturalness, b. intelli- , c. personality - as well, of course, as a modicum of photographic beauty. I hope that this meets with approval. e winners and publication M those whos your full to the stef? of your . 'ay I extend a cordial invitation to e photographs were submitted to pay us a visit here in New York? And may I suggest that any of the young ladies who might be interested in seeing me send their pictures ln or write for an appointment. Your university seem be a gold mine of talent! Cordi JOHN'ROBERT s to me to a yours, POWERS uHead up!" Crinoline and lace. J ..a' MARTHA TURNER JEAN DAIL N Q2 W W or SlizaLel-9 566451-on QE PATRICIA LOWERY BETTY DeBUSK A , MARY BETH CRANWELL Ve' V1 1 45 1222 5214 if BARBARA FOX JULIA EARLY O FRANKIE PON Avfka monk 'owaev :gifvay 2:2 "4 Q W, .x,, , M, Z ,. , '- 1-b,-M... . , Q, ,T '.. ,: zzrusw-.,:A-,,. " 'z'---Mia? y N ' V 1,Q.q.fN, , V. ,vm .,., x . 1 W- ,111 5245-,lf 1-:fp 'ii 15 ,vs .. kfE?,3Q2-2:2145 bi: V ,.-N' 3 ,192-Q'-+5 qw-v ,323 5 fv 14 1 f l wi, .w I ,MM , 5, x' 4 f 1 he Q 2 34 5 I I my W A QW ' ay Q , fg 1 Q ff f" . 'fs , , ' 1 V , M'-1 ' 'xcjri , ,jx ,, , 4 .. ., fi 1 . 't ' .IM I ' M, 'iv' 1' f G 1 K ,V ' . 54:33 . 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X 1 ff , ,W , xv X fx ,W xx K 5' Y ! af- 25: Q BARBARA MERTZ JOAN MOORE MARY JEAN BUSH av one nbevson EDWARD STORY MEEKS VAUGHAN HELEN MOORE EDWARD JONES SAM STUBBLEFIELD The greaTesT honor a Tennessee man or woman can achieve in 'his Touriyears aT The l-lill is To be announced TQRCHBEARER in The VOL- UNTEER aT The end OT his lasT scholasTic year. AbouT The middle oT each academic year, a commiTTee oT six promi- nenT juniors, represenTing all The colleges oT The UniversiTy and coming Trom every wallc oT college liTe, meeT in secreT session wiTh Tour selecTed TaculTy members oT imporTance To choose The eighT men and women oT The sTudenT body who, To Their minds, have made The eighT greaTesT single conTribuTions To The UniversiTy during Their sTay here on The I-lill. ln addiTion To a'cTual maTerial conTribuTions To The UniversiTy, The sTudenTs chosen musT exempliTy The TinesT in characTer expression and high moral aTTainmenT. llHlHITllllllllS EUGENIA FRANKLIN R O L A N D A B E L E ELIZABETH HICKERSON The TORCI-IBEARER philosophy is simple To The poinT oT perTecTion: Each man and woman chosen, possesses an ouTsTanding TraiT or charac- TerisTic unequalled in developmenT by any oTher sTudenT on The l-lilly The combined TraiTs oT The eighT persons chosen blend To consTiTuTe a myThi- cal being which we oT Tennessee like To call The SpiriT oT The VOLUNTEER -The ideal Tennessee man who adv ance s The Torch oT Achievement and "shadoweTh himselT To give lighT To oThers." I1741 V A - f-1-1.-V,-.K 9 M. . .9 .-.5 ff K, Vg. 'Y V , 1Q1.3.- , W ..., . 1. 4 t 1 -Q, -.,:: mm- . :- S-iw ':-XM' 2 -'li'-'W-. .4. , Wtlysv 9 -1 F. fm 4 yu 1 F 1 l 1 J I - I K V1 y, 11 W2 iz ,. ,H 'I SQWBBEAN SENIUR 505,60 Founoeo I9I5 X f 7 Q N W i s ---gy NN., b f? 'MDX-fi? .l7gA. ROLAND ABELE MARKS ALEXANDER BARRET ASHLEY JOHN BARNHILL LEN BROUGHTON VICTOR M. DAVIS HUGH FAUST FRENCH FRAZIER RAY GRAVES MEMBERS W, C. HARRIS L, R. HESLER WILLIAM HOLDER HOLLY HORNBECK PAUL HUGHES C. P. IRWIN EDWARD JONES WOODSON KING JOHN MCAMIS ALBERT MOTT JAMES NORTON WILLIAM OWENS JAMES PARDUE J. P. PORTER H851 WILLIAM ROBERTS POWELL SNIPES EDWARD STORY WOODROW THOMAS R, F. THOMASON MEEKS B. VAUGHAN J. A. WALLACE, JR. BASCOM WILLIAMSON ROBERT WOODRUFF PI1o+ograph by WILLIAM A. HICKEY I-IE AThleTic AssociaTion oT The UniversiTy wiTnessed a big change during l94I when lvlaior RoberT R. Neyland, aThleTic direcTor Tor many years, was called To duTy in The U. S. Army. I-Ie was replaced by John Barnhill, Tennessee graduaTe, who assumed The duTies oT head coach. J The associaTion, a maior uniT oT The universiTy, has developed The program oT inTer- collegiaTe sporTs inTo a well-rounded and diversiTied calendar and has been respon- sible Tor The universiTy gaining naTional recogniTion in maior sporTs. In sTrucTure, The board is similar To The old AThleTic Council, being composed oT represenTaTives oT The alumni, TaculTy, aThleTic deparTmenT and sTudenT body. lTs purpose remains The esTablishmenT and supervision oT all aThleTic policies oT The universiTy, including The expendiTures Tor improvemenT oT aThleTics, The scheduling oT games, The awarding oT leTTers To deserving sTudenTs, and The selecTion oT coaches and oTher aThleTic aids. In addiTion To iTs program oT inTercollegiaTe aThIeTics, The associaTion now is sTriv- ing Tor more emphasis on inTramural aThleTics in order To increase The physical TiTness oT sTudenTs as parT oT The naTion's war eTTorT. The same care ThaT has been Taken in developing The inTercoIIegiaTe aThleTic program is being Taken in The developmenT oT inTramural aThIeTics as a consequence, Tor wiTh The declaraTion oT war The physical well-being oT all young people has been a subiecT oT much naTionaI aTTenTion. THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION THE ATHLETIC COUNCIL JOHN H. BARNHILL Direcfor of AThIeTics When lvlaior RoberT R. Neyland, who had compiled a greaT record in his I4 years aT Tennessee, was called To The U. S. Army The AThleTic AssociaTion was Taced wiTh The Taslc oT replacing one oT The besT coaches in The naTion-a menTor who had coached Three successive Bowl Teams. John Barnhill, U-T graduaTe oT l927, was The associaTion's choice, and The selecTion OT "Barney" To Till The Maior's shoes meT wiTh insTanT approval oT The public and press. Barnhill was puT on a TerriTic spoT, a spoT which wasn'T envied by any coach in The counTry, when he succeeded Neyland as aThleTic direcTor and head TooTball coach. l-le came in as head man when The Vols had iusT con- cluded Three sTraighT seasons wiThouT a deTeaT, and "We goT 'eml!l" THE MAJOR BILL BRITTON End Coach had losT many Top-noTch players Through graduaTion. BuT Barney came Through in Tine sTyle. l-le wenT abouT his iob quieTly and Thoroughly, and piloTed The Vols To eighT vicTories in Ten games, The Tennessee eleven losing only To Dulce and Alabama, boTh oT which received Bowl bids. NoTable Triumphs were won over Louisiana STaTe, Bos- Ton College, KenTucl4y, and VanderbilT. The Commodores were headed Tor a bowl bid unTil Tennessee sToppecl Them in The Tinal game oT The season. Barnhill was Tabbed "SilenT John" by The press because he seldom made predicTions or voiced opinions, and many acclaimed him The "Coach OT The Year" in The SEC because oT The remarkable showing The Vols made Dummy swiazaammy- ,f,.v,wm.--,L,,s,mm.W.,-N,,.m....-,,4.,.s,,,,..f,,,.....i . ...... .. , .,..,, . . PIGSKIN SEASON l942 i w ee -l aeea ?" T JOHN MAUER HUGH FAUST BaskeTball MenTor, Baseball Coach Bac feld C h considering The handicap under which They worked. OTher changes in The coaching sTaTT were wroughT on Neyland's deparTure. Hugh l3ausT, Tennessee's assisT- anT backTield coach and ace scouT, was moved up To head backTield coach. l3ausT did a Tine iob wiTh The backs, iusT as Barnhill did wiTh The line when he snapped a lackadaisical Torewall aT The beginning oT The season inTo a TighTing uniT when The Orange gridders hiT The home sTreTch. lvlaior Bill BriTTon remained aT his posT as end coach, and helped develop Tlankmen inTo some OT The besT ends in The SouTh. Johnny lvlauer and Bill lvlurrell coached The Treshmen, The Tormer working wiTh The backs and The laTTer wiTh The line. lvlauer gained Tame, however, as coach oT The Tennes- see baskeTball Team. Wilh greaT maTerial on hand, lvlauer careTully guided The Orange cagemen To one oT Their besT seasons in hisTory. The Vol hardwood aces won I9 ouT oT 23 games, losing Two during The regular season, one each To KenTucky and Duke, champions oT The SouTheasTern and SouThern conTerences respecTively, and bowing To Alabama in The semi-Tinals oT The SEC TournamenT aT Louisville. Bob WoodruTT, Tormer U-T sTar, helped Barnhill wiTh The line and Leo PeTruzze aided Mauer wiTh The Trosh backs. Bevy of Bea uTies Leg Show BUT DUKE T00 E DUKE VS. TENNESSEE ATTer disposing oT Furman The Vols iaunTed To Dur- ham, N. C., Tor a game wiTh Wallace Wade's Rose Bowl Dulqe Blue Devils and There The Orange eleven dropped one oT The Two games They losT all season, a sTinging I9-O deTeaT. lT was The TirsT seTbacl4 in Three years oT regular season play Tor The Vols, who had iaunTed To a Trio oT bowls, and The Devils poured iT on heavy. Duke capiTalized on a couple oT brealcs and an unorTho- dox pass play To conquer Tennessee, buT The Devils' superioriTy ovor The home heroes was in evidence ThroughouT The baTTle. VVade's men scored Their TirsT Touchdown on a 4I-yard drive, Their second on a recovered Tumble behind The Vols' goal when Sophomore Bobby CiTers, Tailbaclc, missed a punT, Their Third on a pass Trorn l-lalTback STorer To Bill WarTman, slender Tail- back. The aerial was inTended Tor GanTT oT Dulce, and Two Vols lcnocked iT up in The air, only To have VVarTman slide in Trom nowhere To Talqe The ball on a dead run and Tlash across The goal. The Vols never had a chance To geT sTarTed, Two drives being sTopped because oT Tumbles. Tennessee's line was riddlecl, buT CapTain Ray Graves, l'lalTbaclc llce Peel, Fullbaclc Bill Nowling, and Tailbaclc Johnny BuTler were heroic on The deTense. Johnny is sTopped. A FURMAN VS. TENNESSEE Looking looTh good and bad, John Barnhill's Tennessee gridders embarked on The l94l grind wiTh a 32-6 vicTory over Furman's Purple Hurricanes on Shields-WaTkins Field. l-lighlighT OT The conTesT was The sparkling play oT Johnny "Gone-VViTh-The-Wind" BuTler, perhaps The greaT- esT scaT back in Tennessee hisTory. DinninuTive John sTarTed The Vols on a Touchdown parade in The TirsT quarTer, reTurning a punT 26 yards on a dazzling run and Then Tlipping a pass To End Mike BaliTsaris Tor The Tally. Furman ToughT back To score in The second quarTer and The halT ended wiTh The Vols ahead, 7 To 6. Tennes- see, however, Turned on The heaT in The second halT and The Orange pulled To a saTe lead. Again iT was The TirsT Team, BuTler 84 Co., which applied The pressure aTTer inTermission wiTh Johnny rgaking anoTher sparkling punT reTurn and Tossing a 47-yard aerial To End AI l-lusT Tor a score. The deTense oT The Vols was noT up To par againsT The l-lurricanes, Coach Dizzy lvlcLeod's loacks slipping away Tor several long gains. FURMAN ON SCHEDULE Jim SwarTzinger on a reverse. DAYTON Tennessee had iT easy aTTer The Duke game, dusTing oTT The DayTon Flyers, 26 To O, in a game sTaged on Shields-WaTkins Field. lT was againsT DayTon ThaT Sophomore WalTer SlaTer, Tailback Trom Providence, R. l., crashed The headlines wiTh a sparkling perTormance in a subsTiTuTe role Tor Johnny BuTler, who had susTained a sprained shoulder in The Duke game. SlaTer personally engineered all Tour oT The Vols' Hubbell and SlaTer box DayTon. Touchdowns. STeadTasT in The pinches, The slender back rose like The naTional deb+ To Take advanTage oT every scoring opporTuniTy To come along. l-le played 58 min- uTes oT The game. ATTer Fullback Bill Nowling had inTercepTed a pass, WalTer loTTed an aerial To End Al l-lusT Tor I5 yards, and Then diTToed Tor eigh+ more To seT up The Vols' TirsT score, Wingback Jim SchwarTzinger smashing across Tor The w E 9 'si 2 E k X E k Parfin Tries an end. payoTT. AnoTher deadly pass, This Time To Wingbacli Max ParTin, covered 23 yards Tor The second Touchdown. On a black magic maneuver WalTer sTreal4ed around righT end unmolesTed To accounT Tor The Third marker, and Then climaxed his greaT perTormance by sprinTing 73 yards on a punT reTurn Tor The Tinal score behind beauTiTul inTer- Terence. DeTensive luminaries oT The game were Tackle Don "Speed" EdmisTon in The line and cenTer Ray Graves and Nowling, backer-uppers. 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The Vols' saTeTy which neTTed Them Their Two poinTs was seT up also by a break. In The Third period BuTler kicked ouT on 'Bama's 22. The Tide was penalized I5 yards on The TirsT play Tor holding and when Nelson Tumbled behind his own goal line he was Tackled by BaIiTsaris. ThaT was The scoring, buT iT didn'T end The ThreaTs. The Vols picked up speed several Times only To bog down when AIabama's line TighTened up or a pass was inTer- cepTed. Two oT The besT drives were sTopped by pass inTercepTions, Highly encouraging was The play oT Bobby CiTers, The sophomore Tailloack who received naTionaI pubIiciTy while Twinkling his Toes Tor KingsporT I-ligh School. RoberT engineered The besT Tennessee drive oT The aTTernoon. l'le enTered The game laTe in The Third guarTer and TogeTher wiTh Wingback Max ParTin rolled To a TirsT down on Alabama's 42. Booml CiTe blasTed IeTT Tackle Tor Tive. Boom! CiTe smashed righT Tackle Tor six. ParTin gained Three, and Then CiTers Tired an aerial To End Dick Ivlulloy Tor I8 To AIabama's eighT. IT was TirsT and eighT Tor a Touch, buT noThing doing. CiTers gained one yard, Wingback Jim SchwarTzinger picked up Two more on a reverse and Nowling added anoTher. Trying leTT Tackle, CiTers ripped Through To The Two-yard line, buT Alabama held and Thus ended The Vols' drive and Their maior scoring ThreaT oT The day. The Vols Tried 23 passes when They saw how diTTicuIT AIabama's line would be To peneTraTe. BuT They com- pleTed only Tive and Three were inTercepTed. The Tennessee line played one oT iTs besT games oT The season, and iT was only The booming punTs oT Nelson which pulled The Tide ouT oT several load holes. Don EdmisTon was The sTar oT The Torewall, being ably assisTed by BaIiTsaris, I-Ienry Noel and CIayTon STapleTon. SwarTzinger and Graves close Cifers lugs iT. Nelson again Nowling is sTopped. CINCINNATTI vs TENNESSEE Readying Tor Their game wiTh Louisiana STaTe, The Vols had liTTle Trouble in whipping The CincinnaTi BearcaTs, 2I To 6, and ThaT didn'T include a couple oT remarkable Touchdowns ThaT didn'T counT. The Two Touchdowns which didn'T go on record were Tallied by Sophomore CiTers, vicTim oT many bad breaks during The I942 season. Bob Turned in Two dazzling runs Tor The scores, one Through righf Tackle Tor 63 yards and The oTher on a punT reTurn oT 60 yards. BuT on boTh occasions The play was called back and The Vols drew penalTies. Simon moves in . . . WiTh WalT SlaTer in The driver's seaT The Vols drove SI yards Tor Their TirsT Touchdown in The second quarTer, WalT Taking iT across Trom The one-yard sTripe. A series oT passes neTTed The BearcaTs Their Tally also in The sec- ond period. BuT aTTer inTermission Tennessee began rolling again. ATTer SlaTer had iniTiaTed a 65-yard drive, CiTers came in The game To ankle 22 yards and Toss a pass Trom The 23-yard line To End Bud Hubbell Tor The second score. Max ParTin, sophomore wingback, galloped 30 yards on a beauTiTul reverse in The lasT quarTer Tor The Tinal marker. EdrnisTon again sTarred in The line Tor The Vols aT his Tackle posiTion. Playing beTore an esTimaTed audience oT 30,000 Tans Nowling "clipped" aTTer a gain. While HusT, EdmisTon, and Noel "Blow The man down." L.S. U. vs TENNESSEE in Tiger STadium, BaTon Rouge, Louisiana, The Tennessee Vols came Trom behind To conquer Louisiana STaTe, I3 To 6. lT marked The TiTTh sTraighT seTback The Vols have given L. S. U. The Bengals assumed an early lead, scoring in The TirsT quarTer on a 5l-yard march wiTh Pillow Taking The ball across Trom The Three-yard line. IT was a shorT-lived advanTage, Tor exacTly Three plays laTer Wingback Jim SchwarTzinger shook loose Tor 60 yards on a reverse To cross The double sTripes and dead- lock The issue. Charles MiTchell, conversion specialisT, ,,,..,..w...u.... ,..,. . .....,...... ...--,., , came in and booTed The exTra poinT To shove The Vols ahead. Tennessee added anoTher score Tor good measure in The Tinal period when Jim GaTTney, subbing Tor SchwarT- zinger, bulled Through leTT Tackle on anoTher oT The Vols' poTenT reverses and covered I I yards To pay dirT. AlThough The Two wingbacks accounTed Tor The poinTs one oT The mosT admirable perTormers on The gridiron was Flash BuTler. Johnny ran wiTh his old-Time elusiveness, passed and punTed well, and exercised good iudgmenT in calling plays. l-le was kayoed laTe in The conTesT, and received a greaT ovaTion Trom The BaTon Rouge Tans Tor his aTTernoon's work. The Vols looked beTTer deTensively Than in any pre- vious game oT The season, paced by Don EdmisTon, All- SouTheasTern Tackle. Nowling sTea ms Through. - -1 '7- WOW! THREE IN A ROW Following Their Triumph over l.. S. U., The Vols loaTed To a 28-6 vicTory over Howard College's pluclcy Bulldogs in a conTesT sTaged aT Shields-WaTl:ins Field beTore a small crowd of 4,000 Tans, held down because of ear- Tingling weaTher. Cifers pulls away. Fullbaclc Billy Gold made Two Touchdowns, and Fullbaclc Bill Nowling and Tailbaclc WalT SlaTer each made one as The Vols hopped The gravy Train and wenT To Town. SpecialisT Charles MiTc:hell bisecTed The uprighTs Tor Tour ouT oT Tour exTra poinT placernenTs. Individual hero oT The TilT, however, was James TarranT, scrappy liTTle l-loward Tailbaclq who compleTed I6 ouT oT 3l passes. When l-loward abandoned TooTball laTer in The year, TarranT TransTerred To Tennessee. I SIa+ r is The Vols displayed one of The grealeslr rallies in lheir hislory lo upsel favored Boslon College al Bosron, I4 +o 7, and gain revenge for a Sugar Bowl licking. Trailing 7 +o O a+ inlrermission, Jrhe Orange was sparked by 'rhe brillianl playing of Bobby Cilers, soph Tailbaclc, in scor ing bolh Jrouchdowns. Jaunling To Lexinglon Jrhe lollowing Salurday, Barn- hill's lads again came from behind To liclc lhe Kenluclqy Wildcals, 20 lo 7, for Jrheir liflh Triumph in a row. The game was played in freezing wealher. Pulled clown. Gold plunges over A mighfy "booT." VANDY TROUNCHED ln one oT The mosT TerriTic diplays oT power TooTball ever conducTed on Shields- WaTkins Tield, The Vols rang down The curTain on The l94l TooTball season by compleTely ouTclassing The VanderbilT Commodores, 26 To 7. The Commodores rolled inTo Knoxville needing only a vicTory over Tennessee To neT Them an almosT sure bowl bid wiTh buT one deTeaT marring Their season's record, buT aTTer The Orange had adminisTered a humiliaTing lashing To Red San- ders' crew The bowl Talk swiTched overnighT To The U-T campus. Vandy didn'T geT a bid, and The Vols were in The runnnig Tor The CoTTon Bowl bid which was gobbled up by Alabama. Coach John Barnhill had his aThleTes primed perTecTly Tor The game. They never permiTTed VanderbilT To geT sTarTed unTil The TourTh guarTer when The Com- modores poked across Their lone Touchdown. The Vol line charged savagely and ThroTTled up almosT everyThing Vandv aTTempTed. And The men in The Grange Torewall opened large gaps Through which The Tennessee backs could roar. The Tinal score does noT Tell The diTTerence beTween The Two Teams ThaT aTTer- noon. The Vols would have had aT leasT Two more Touchdowns had iT noT been Tor an unhappy selecTion oT plays. Time aTTer Time They smashed deep inTo Van- derbilT TerriTorv. Twice They Tell shorT oT The promised land aTTer driving inside oT The Tive-yard sTripe, losing The ball on downs. A Trio oT sophomores shared The oTTensive spoTlighT. Tailbacks WalT SlaTer and Bobby CiTers each passed and ran Tor a Touchdown. Bud Hubbell was on The re- ceiving end oT boTh payoTT aerials. The Orange racked up Two Touchdowns in The second guarTer and one each in The lasT Two periods. Don EdmisTon, Tackle, again displayed All-SEC calibre wiTh his magniTicenT de- Tensive work. lke Peel, blocking back, also was a bulwark on deTense. The vicTory gave The Vols a record oT eighT wins and Two losses Tor The season and exempliTied The coaching abiliTy oT "SilenT" John Barnhill, who guided his aThleTes To six successive Triumphs, Tour oT Them againsT high-ranking elevens, aTTer The Orange had dropped Two early decisions To Duke and Alabama, boTh oT which were bowl games. lT provided a greaT conclusion Tor a Tine season. Jim inTer- s one. Nowling once, iwice, many fimes. Cifers in The middle. K' wwf 4 f 56? W, V aa, Jw an , . I 3 . 1 i The squad . . , 48 men sTrong. 1941VOlUN The TirsT Team. War or no war, There was TooT- ball aT Tennessee lasT year, and despiTe The TacT ThaT we made no posT-season iaunT To a bowl, as Teams had Tor The pasT Three years, The Orange-shirTed grid- ders, under The TirsT-year TuTe- lege oT John Barnhill, himselT a Tormer U-T player, piled up a record oT Two losses and eighT wins, which was suTTicienT To gain Them a Tie Tor TirsT place in The conference. IT was "Tlaming sophomores" again aT U-T who sparked The expe- rienced men, and The "unTried" had whaT iT Took To play The game. The coaching sTaTT: l.. R. Mur- rell, Foxx, WoodruTT, FausT, Barnhill, BriTTon, lvlauer, Pe- Truzze. Q9 Q Z Q .4 92' ? ? P. P42 -A Q Z 9 W Q ZZ 3 . , s W 9. 5? fi Mi as 5: G 1 'Hm:sXWH l"fZ"' I' .Q WY' Q-Wifi? '4'lW24m.M , 5, ff- f' ' K " ?"uf 7,2 x, ' W ,. 1' ' " - : CAPTAIN MEHEN wiTh COACH MAUER SpecTaTing. IHE 1942 AlThough Tailing To capTure The SouTheasTern ConTerence TournamenT championship as They did in I94I, Coach Johnny Ivlauer's Tennessee baslceTball aces enioyed Their besT season in hisTory during The I94l-42 campaign. The Vols losT To Alabama in The semi-Tinals oT The SEC Tourney aT Louisville, buT beTore They enTered The TournamenT Mauer's aThleTes had roared Through a gruelling season wiTh I7 vicTories and only Two deTeaTs. Only Duke UniversiTy, SouThern ConTerence champions, and Adolph Rupp's KenTuclsy WildcaTs, SEC TiTleholders, had whaT iT Tool: To Trim The Orange cagers in The regular campaign. The Vols bowed To Duke January 5, 35 To 33, aTTer They had conquered Long lsland UniversiTy, I94I NaTional lnTercollegiaTe champions, by 36 To 33 in The Sugar Bowl conTesT aT New Orleans beTore 9,000 Tans. ATTer They had walloped KenTuclcy, 46 To 40, in a game here, Mauer's -crew suTTered a 36-33 seTbaclc by The RuppcaTs aT I.exingTon laTer in The season. The resT oT The Time Tennessee held The upperhand. NOT only did They upseT The vaunTed Long lsland Blaclqbirds in The Sugar Bowl, buT Twice They blasTed Xavier UniversiTy oT Cin- cinnaTi, Alabama's Crimson Tide, and The VanderbilT Com- modores. Also, The Orange won The pre-TournamenT conTerence race wiTh seven Triumphs and one deTeaT, ThaT To The WildcaTs. IT noT only was The besT Team buT The mosT colorTul ouTTiT Tennessee ever has placed on The hardwood. For highlighTing RUPP of KENTUCKY The Sugar Bowl Trophy. SEASON The enTire season's play were The perTormances oT CapTain Bernie and Dick lviehen, who became Tamous ThroughouT The counTry as Mehen Bros. PoinTs, Inc. Everywhere The VolunTeers Traveled baskeTball Tans packed The gymnasiums To see PoinTs, Inc., in acTion. And They seldom were disappoinTed Tor Bernie and Dick, The Tormer a senior Torward and The laTTer a sophomore cenTer, made mincemeaT ouT oT The baskeTs in Their scoring sprees. PoinTs, Inc., col- lecTed almosT Two-Thirds oT Tennessee's ToTal poinTs, averaging close To 25 poinTs per game. They made Their greaTesT showing here when The Vols Tallied 48 poinTs in whipping Xavier. OT The 48 poinTs racked up Bernie and Dick garnered 40, The Tormer making I4 and Dick lashing The hoop Tor 26. lT was Their Top scoring TeaT and Dick's 26 poinTs was one oT The highesT ToTals ever made by a Tennessee aThleTe in one game. Following The TournamenT, Dick landed on The All-SEC TirsT TeamKTor his remarkable playing and Bernie and Mile BaliTsaris were honored wiTh berThs on The second Team. Bunzy O'Neil was opposiTe BaliTsaris aT guard, and Paul Herman and "Doc" Clarke alTernaTed aT The oTher Torward posiTion opposiTe Bernie. OTher members oT The squad were Guards Ted Cook, a sophomore who displayed plenTy oT abiliTy and should go places beTore his collegiaTe career TerminaTes, and Tom Crow, TransTer sTudenT Trom Middle Tennessee: Forwards Jim Free- man and MilTon Shaw, Two Knoxville youThs. To The Righf, Top Row: Captain Bernie Mehen, Dick Mehen. Second Row: Ted Cook, "Doc" Clark. Third Row: "Bunzy" O'Neil, Paul Herman. Fourfh Row: Elwood Powers, Tom Crow. BoTTom Row: Jim Feeman, Harry Eracey. Bunzy crips one in. A RESUME OE THE When Coach Johnny lvlauer called his Tennessee cage- men TogeTher Tor Their TirsT pracTice session lasT Tall he had back Tive leTTermen Trom The l94I SEC champion- ship and several newcomers whose abiliTy had noT been TesTed by collegiaTe compeTiTion. The bespecTacled hardwood boss knew he had some good players on hand, buT he didn'T know They were going To be The besT Team he ever has coached, ATTer his Vols had sTeamrollered l7 oT Their I9 oppo- nenTs on The season's schedule, and Then kicked Two more beTore losing To Alabama in The semi-Tinals oT SEC TournamenT, lvlauer declared iT was "The besT all- around Team l have ever coached." The Vols sTarTed ouT slowly, easily Trimming Tour breaTher Teams early on The schedule, looking Tlashy in some combaTs, ragged in oThers. They goT Their TirsT TasTe oT big Time laTe in December aT The Sugar Bowl in New Orleans and Thrilled 9,000 Tans wiTh a lasT-halT rally which beaT The Long Island Blackbirds, 36 To 33. The Vols were Trailing Their oppo- nenTs Trom New York by eighT poinTs aT halT-Time, buT A scramble Tor The apple. SEASON good oTTense plus a brillianT deTense wiThheld The Black- birds To eighT poinTs in The lasT halT neTTing The Orange one oT iTs Top Triumphs oT The year. 'The Vols Troze The ball Tor The lasT Two minuTes oT The game and had The 9,000 Tans in Tulane's gymnasium on Their TeeT roaring when The Tinal whisTle sounded. ReTeree Bowser ChesT oT Nashville said iT was The besT game he had seen all season. The Tired Vols reTurned To Knoxville and Then Trekked To Durham, N. C., where a lasT-second Tield goal beaT Them 35-33. Tennessee's nexT big game was The annual baTTle wiTh KenTucky in The U-T gymnasium. A packed house saw The Mehen broThers lead The Orange To a 46-40 vicTory, and Then anoTher Tull house aT LexingTon waTched The 'CaTs gain revenge wiTh a 36-33 win-The same score by Which Mauer's charges whipped KenTucky Tor The SEC crown in l94l. BeTore losing To KenTucky aT LexingTon The Vols had won nine sTraighT games-one oT The longesT win sTreaks in hisTory. They aImosT goT The 'CaTs aT l.exingTon, Too, lConTinued on page 2I2.l lznol N The '42 hardwood squad. buT KenTuclcy's lvlel Brewer played his besT deTensive game oT The season and The lvlehen broThers were able To geT only I7 poinTs, one oT Their lowesT ToTals oT The year. Tennessee hammered ouT Two vicTories over Alabama and VanderbilT, and one each over Auburn, Mississippi STaTe, and KenTucl4y To capTure The pre-TournamenT race and enTer The conTerence meeT aT Louisville as TavoriTes. A sensaTion as a Treshman, Dick lvlehen was The Soph- omore-oT-The-Year in The SouTheasTern ConTerence. Sho-o-o-T! A RESUMEO STanding six TeeT Tive inches Tall and weighing I9O pounds, The younger member oT PoinTs, lnc., poured The ball Through The basl4eT consisTenTly. l-Tis guards didn'T have a chance To prevenT him Trom scoring when he cuT loose on his specialTy, a maneuver whereby he leaped in The air, Turned around aT The Top oT his jump, and Tlipped We goT The cup. 52321 Bu nzy Tries anoTher. The ball aT The buckeT Trom over his head. Dick scored many poinTs on This shoT, and counTed Tor many more wiTh his uncanny accuracy on rebounds. l-le easily was All-SEC. l-lis older broTher, CapTain Bernie, conTinued his re- markable perTormance. For Two years Bernie had been a sTandouT in SEC baskeTball, and he climaxed his col- lege career by landing on Pic's All-American alTernaTe Team. Bernie had made The All-SEC Team Two years in a row, and doubTlessly would have made iT again had noT The Vols losT ouT in The semi's. Playing aT Tor- ward, Bernie relied on his deadly long shoTs To score mosT oT his poinTs. Fans who have waTched The Vols Tor years declared he was The besT long shoT ever To hi+ "The I-Till." Bunzy O'Neil and Mike BaliTsaris, boTh seniors, Turned in a remarkable record aT guards. The men They guarded averaged only around six poinTs Tor The season. Bunzy and Mike were lauded by Coach lvlauer aT conclusion oT The season as being "The besT Two guards he ever had coached aT one Time." AlTernaTing aT Torward, "Doc" Clark and Paul l-lerman HE SEASON had a Tine season. Clark was The besT Tloor man on The Team, always breaking up plays and inTercepTing passes. l-lerman was sTeady ThroughouT The season, kick- ing in abouT eighT poinTs per game, and he was rewarded Tor his Tine work by being elecTed The I942-43 capTain by his TeammaTes. Rebound! L'il BroTher in The Thick of iT. E The crowning evenT oT The baskeTball season was The SouTheasTern ConTerence TournamenT aT Louisville, KenTucky. And iT was in The SEC meeT, where The chips were on The line, ThaT The Tennessee Vols hiT a sea- son low. ATTer smashing Georgia, 62 To 50, and Mississippi STaTe, 50 To 40, The Vols IosT To Ala- bama's Crimson Tide in The semi-Tinals, Zl To I8. IT was The TirsT and only Time The Orange cagers were held below 30 poinTs during The season. lNleverTheless, Tennessee had The honor OT winning The pre-TournamenT race in The conTerence wiTh seven wins and one loss, and had The besT season's record oT any Team in The loop wiTh I9 vicTories and Three deTeaTs. Tennessee rolled inTo Louisville Tavored To again win The TiTIe capTured in The I94I meeT. The Vols opened play clicking on all cylinders To blasT Georgia wiTh a buckeT barrage oT 62 poinTs, Their high- esT ToTal oT The year. They s+iII looked good in beaTing Mississippi STaTe, 50 To 40, wiTh a IaTe second- halT spurT, buT They couldn'T keep going when They clashed wiTh Alabama. The Vols had whipped I-Iank Crisp's Tide ouTTiT in Two season games and iT is a hard iob To Trim a Team like Alabama Three Times in one season. E3uT had Johnny Mauer's aThIeTes been hiTTing The buckeT They mighT have emerged wiTh a vicTory. The Vols made only six Tield goals, Two each by Bernie and Dick Mehen and Mike l3aliTsaris. BoTh Teams had a rugged deTense as The score showed, buT The Tide's was a IiTTle beTTer. IT was by Tar The besT The Vols had played againsT. Alabama wenT on To The Tinals where They were beaTen by KenTucky's WildcaTs beTore 8,500 Tans, The IargesT crowd ever To see a SEC TournamenT game. Mauer declared aTTer The game ThaT he had no alibi, ThaT The Vols weren'T hiTTing and There was noThing he could have done or They could have done To Tind The buckeT. I-Ie added ThaT his squad was composed oT a greaT bunch oT boys and They had enioyed a greaT season, neverTheless. CONFERENCE MATCHES Tennessee was smooTh in rolling over Georgia and Mississippi STaTe beTore reaching Alabama. The Vols were paced by Dick Mehen, who scored I5 poinTs againsT Georgia and 22 poinTs againsT Mis- sissippi STaTe. Dick, however, Tallied only six in The Alabama game, his IowesT mark oT The cam- paign. A Bernie Mehen and Paul I-Ierman did Tine work aT Torwards, The IaTTer making I7 poinTs in The Geor- gia game Tor his highesT score oT The season. Reserves Ted Cook, guard, and "Doc" Clark, Torward, also perTormed well. Bunzy O'NeiI and Mike BaIiTsaris played Their cusTomary Tough game aT guards and The IaTTer was rewarded wiTh a berTh on The All-SEC Team because oT his Tine perTorrnance. The Alabama game marked The Tinal appearance Tor CapTain Bernie Mehen, O'Neil, and BaliTsaris, seniors, and Three oT The TinesT players ever To be aTTired in an Orange uniTorm. Losing ouT in The TournamenT was a hard blow To The U-T cagers aTTer They had undergone Their mosT successTul season in hisTory. IT was The greaTesT oTTensive Team in school hisTory, averaging around 40 poinTs per game while holding The opposiTion down To around 30. WiTh The aTTracTion oT The Mehen Bros. PoinTs, Inc., and being deTending SEC champions, The Vols also seT aTTendance records. Large TurnouTs wiTnessed The Orange in iTs big games aT home, and when The Vols wenT on The road They packed The Tans in To capaciTy. Thus ended a greaT year oT baskeTball Tor Tennessee, a year in which The boys on "The I-lill" en- ioyed Their besT season in hisTory even Though They didn'T win The payoTT, The SEC championship. 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For The TirsT Time in many years, John Barn- hill was noT aT The head oT The Tennessee Track Team. Busy wifh spring TooTball, Barney Turned Track over To Coach Sim ETland, and The young menTor came Through wiTh a good Team. He was shorT cn manpower, buT had plenTv OT qualiTy. BesT all-around perTormers Tor ETland's Team were Warren Viclc, Bernie Hehen and Bobby CiTers. Vick ran The 440-yard dash, The 220- yard dash, The low hurdles and was a member oT The mile relay. He had a big day againsT KenTuclcy, Third meeT oT The season, when he romped home all Three oT his individual evenTs. lvlehen, who shone Tor Tennessee on The hardwood, parTicipaTed in The broad iump and high iump evenTs, and placed eiTher TirsT or close seconds in all dual meeTs. Bernie holds The school record in The high iump-6 TeeT, 2 5X8 inches. CiTers, a sophomore wiTh high ranlcing on The ciridiron, Toolc parT in Tive evenTs and nearlv always placed. His Tive evenTs were The shoT puT, The discus, The pole vaulT, The I00-yard dash and The high hurdles. AnoTher individual who shone Tor The Vols was l.arry ParTridge, discus Thrower. Larry seT a new school record in ThaT evenT in The TirsT meeT oT The season againsT TPI, Tossing The dish l42 TeeT, 6 IXZ inches, brealcing Ted Kinnev's record seT in I94I. The Vols won Two oT Their TirsT Three meeTs, winning over Tennessee Tech and KenTuclcy and losing To Georgia Tech. OTher members oT The Team noT menTioned above and Their evenTs: LesTer Campbell, 880 and milerg Dave Romine, shoT puT and discus: Jim GaTTney and Bill King, 440 and and Ewell VigdorTh Mehen again Howard ShoTner, Javelin: low hurdles: John Carnes Two-mile run. ParTridge Vick N High I-iurdies . . . Coiireli . . . 'Way over . . . V K A C -II I 0 Skinny . . . Vick . . . Bam! . . . Ciifers fries ii, MINUH SPUHTS "CongraTulaTions!" The Tennessee Tennis Team, ably coached by Hugh FausT and managed by AlberT Parsons, swung Through a successful season by deTeaTing a maioriTy oT Their Toes. AT The ouTseT oT The season The Vol neTmen were considerably hampered as a resulT oT The loss OT mosT oT lasT year's Team, and losT The TirsT Three maTches in a row. ATTer a Tew maTches had been played, however, The boys really began To geT seasoned, winning mosT oT The resT in a very con- vincing Tashion. Wifh CapTain BroughTon and several oTher seasoned leTTermen reTurning Tor compeTiTion The ouTloolc is even beTTer Tor This spring. The boys so Tar have won six in a row Trom TirsT-class opponenTs and have shown no signs of leTTing up. The '42 Tennis Team TE Nl Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee PresbyTerian College . UniversiTy oT KenTuclcy . DePauw UniversiTy , , . Carson-Newman College . Milligan College .... Tusculum College .... Maryville College .,.. Tenn. PolyTechnic InsTiTuTe Birmingham SouThern . . Berea College . . . . . LET-I-ERMEN Tennessee Tenn, PolyTechnic lnsTiTuTe Len BroughTon, Jr. Jimmy Hickman George JeTT Tennessee Umverslfy of Kenfucky ' Bill FiTs Bill Householder Bill MonTgomery Tennessee Cenjfef Collefle - - - Thomas Hagler Byron HuTchison Tennessee CenTer College . . ' Mac baclchands one. Crow serves lZZO,l ,.,. AND BASIEPBALL iiii Alfhough baseball on "The Hill" go? off io a delayed slarl, Coach Johnny Mauer had a well-balanced feam before 'rhe season was over. Siar of The Vol diamond squad was Bunzy O'Neil, lhe Irishman from Pifrsburgh, Pa. Nor only was Bunzy one of rhe besl hiilers on ihe ouliil, buf his pilching highlighled lhe baseball season. One of his besl lriumphs was over T. P. l, when The Vols bear Jrhe Techs, 3 lo 2, and Bunzy limired fhe losers +o Jrwo hiis. The squad as a whole was inexperienced bul all players worked hard enough fo make ihe Vols a formidable ouiiil before fhe cam- paign concluded. Coach Mauer's only velerans were O'Neil, Ike Peel and Paul l-lerman. fs ' If 'V 'l-Q , x K ,QQQ5 -.1 in 'V sf "B-,n fs ,. "W .1- ,, -c ' , + ,.,. L auz . , I... 5. ,,.,s,.. I ..A,,.. ..,,, . . ' ""k . Y, in , ,.A. U .s A ,V :tsp . fr 'Lf 5,11 ,v ,, , wfgs., vw, .,h,,wi zo, 1 X e I A 2 . X " 3 In 'rhe old miH'. Mauer los? 'rhe service of ponderous Leonard Simonelfi, cafcher, when fhe big backsfop susfained a fraclured hand during spring foolball drills. l-lis posiiion was lraken over by Bill Bevis, a sopho- more. The menior also losl a couple of pifchers lhrough ineligibilily, and had only Wall Slaier and Herman "Doc" Jenkins 'lo help O'Neil on mound duly. Dick Mehen, brilliani sophomore baskefball player, held down firsl baseq l-lerman was on second: Charles Ogle was al' shorfsiop, and Ike Peel Took care of 'rhe lhird-sa'rchel posilion. In rhe ouiiield were Bill McComb, lell field: Red Zonrini, cenler field: and Bill Meek, righf field. Who-o-of . . . and Ike fans. Massey and club. The I942 GolT Team has had a very diTTiculT Time This season. AT This Time lasT year The prospecTs were brighT Tor The besT Team ThaT Tennessee has ever had. l-lowever, we were puT behind The "8 ball." ln The TirsT place, we losT Three men, J. C. Laws, Bob Allen, and Joe Wise, Through graduaTion and one, "Chubby" Andrews, by way oT Medical School in Memphis. To make maTTers worse, Two oT The besT prospecTs ever To come To The "l-lill" as Treshmen lasT year are now in The Army. They were KenneTh Wey oT ChaTTanooga, and Gordon l-luddlesTon oT Maryville. As To This year's Team, Jimmy Kerr is The only leTTer Cook poses. The Team. GOLF man back. OTher members oT The Team are Ted Cook and Jim Bowman. The TourTh member has been a gues- Tion mark This year. Number Four has been played by Three diTTerenT boys-AlberT Parsons, John McCallie, and now by Billy King. Up To This poinT in The season, we have won one maTch and losT Three. The TirsT Two we losT To Georgia Tech, The Third To CenTer College on The lasT hole, and The TourTh was won Trom The Cherokee CounTry Club Team. We have Two maTches leTT To play wiTh KenTucky, and one wiTh The l-lolsTon l-lills Team. r Kerr puTTs. "On your mark . . . I" AND SW Climaxing "one oT The besT" swimming Team seasons in school hisTory, This year's VolunTeer splash Team Tinished second To Georgia Tech in The SouTheasTern Conference meeT. A record oT Tour wins ouT oT six meeTs was com- piled, and one new school record was seT in The medley relay. Under The coaching oT GodTrey NovoTny, who has TuTored The U. T. swimmers Tor Tive years, and wiTh Billy King, diver and dash man, as capTain, nine men were awarded leTTers Tor Their worlc on The Team. There were PoinTers from Coach Webb To McVeigh and Brier. Silva leads off. IMMING Three oTher men on The squad who did noT gualiTy Tor leTTers. CapTain King parTicipaTed in The NaTional lnTercol- legiaTe AssociaTion meeT in BosTon. During The regular seasons which he has swum on The Team, King has esTab- lished some sorT oT record oT never being cleTeaTed in compeTiTion. Squad members were CapTain Billy King, Billy Powers, Herman Silva, Joe Hillenbrand, William McElroy, Frank McVeigh, STanley AshTon, Bill l.amberT, Bob Keller, Dave lviillice, Burgess Brier and Alec C.urTis. MoclesT Bill . . . and physique. - - -- - i - 1-W WresTling aT The UniversiTy oT Tennessee is coached by Sim ETland, Tormer UniversiTy oT NorTh Carolina all- round aThleTe. Coach ETland has made a supreme eTTorT To bring The sporT on a high plane aT The UniversiTy, and has made a crediTable showing wiTh his Team. ' To wresTle on The VolunTeer Team has been quiTe an honor, as mosT oT The wresTlers have been young and inexperienced, and The men oT The rosin-maT have been Torced To piT Their wares againsT compeTiTors who have been grappling Tor quiTe some Time. ThereTore, The Tennessee Vols musT be given plenTy oT crediT Tor Their ambiTions, and Their susTained drive Tor honors in laTe-season maTches. The VolunTeer wresTling schedule is a Tough one and always conTains Teams wiTh well-coached squads. The grunT and groan sporT here aT Tennessee is developing and There is decidedly more inTeresT in The sporT now Than There was a Tew years ago. WresTling Takes iTs place in The minor sporTs program and has meriTed The supporT oT The inTercollegiaTe Til- berTs. 1 INTHAMUHALS Ama QQ. f -I ' "Comm'on 'Eml" Up and over. Horner sTeems around. Jump! A FIELD FOR FUN During The compeTiTion oT l942, The TraTerniTy inTramurals were dom- inaTed by The S. A. E.'s, buT meanwhile among The sororiTies a Threef way TighT developed beTween The deTending champ Chi O's, The A. O. Pis, and The ZeTas. The S. A. E.s wiTh Red Banner sTarring began The year by volleying Their way Through To The Tennis championship, deTeaTing The Sigma Chis in The Tinals. The swimming meeT Too was won by The S. A. E.'s, Though boTh The Sigma Chis and Phi Sams had a maioriTy oT The TirsTs. The ouTsTanding swimmer oT The meeT was STanley AshTon, who in winning Three TirsTs also broke Two records. The diving championship was won by Ray DePue. who was diving despiTe an injured ankle. H271 Frankie seTs one up: DarsT spikes iT. A FIELD FOR FUN The baslceTball TournamenT was The closesT and besT oT The enTire inTra- mural program. When The smoke oT The quarTerTinal baTTle had cleared away, The S. A. E.'s and The K. A.'s were in The upper braclceTg The Phi Sams and Sigma Nu's in The lower bracl4eT. The small K. A.'s led by Their Tine guard Manley ToughT on even Terms wiTh The larger and more experienced S. A. E.'s unTil during The lasT Tive minuTes, The S. A. E.'s pulled away To win comTorTably. The Sigma Nu's wiTh Ray Graves sTarring were ouTdisTanced by Massey and The Fiiis in The lower braclceT. 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E.'s, however, came baclc wiTh a second halT rally ThaT Tied The Phi Game and Then a lasT second lulu puT The deciding Touch on boTh The baslceTball championship and Their Third sTraighT inTramural cup, Thus making This cup Their permanenT possession. The volleyball cup was placed on The Sigma Nu manTle because The veTeran pre-Tourney TavoriTes romped Through The lower bracl4eT, and Then deTeaTed The Sigma Chi's in The Tinals Tor vicTory. The S. A. E.'s repeaTed Their vicTory in The relay carnival and again won over The Sigma Chi's, who placed a close second. The lasT maior evenT oT The year is The soTTball TournamenT, which was noT compleTed aT The Time oT This wriTing. I23ll 45 J, f mv ?7i25IfA?,i2Z"Tlkyfffiiziv,ffm'K wif' 1' '- sfP""S , ,.--1.zW4,vu.f-win .ffWvw,f2A.a, f Maggy f., 1 f new mffsff 'N' QV: 'ff M, N , MM 'W 4v1Q4N-xii, My-W, 36? AQ -iw: sh 15' 'Wu Nf wp A f' ar x S fx KS f WV? My u AN ,fmvcz x, X .. , , . if 1 . F365 S .xv 3 .5 , ff Twin . .x as-wx Aj, X X X .. .MM . 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The speed shown by The old ladies oT The senior girls relay Team, which broke The old record Time. The smooTh-worlcing, hard luclc Phi Sig baslceTball Team who was deTeaTed in The quarTer-Tinals by The Sigma Nus because They were noT Tall enough. The hard work puT ouT by The inTramural managers Charlie Rudolph and Jack ArmsTrong plus The Tine supervision oT The enTire inTramural program by Coach Loose. lf235fl Phofograph by WILLIAM A. HICKEY pp. 1 Aww Iraleruilu Relations Today's EraTerniTy ReIaTions Boa'rd replaces The ineTTicienT InTerTraTerniTy Rela- Tions Board ThaT Tormerly governed The conducT OT The Greeks on "The I-IiII." This new board is composed oT The presidenT and one represenTaTive Trom each TraTerniTy on The campus. ITS purpose is To acT as a governing board Tor all The TraTerniTies, and Thereby To sTimuIaTe Triendship and inTimacy among Their members. ALBERT MOTT . Fra'rerniTy Alpha Tau Omega DeITa Sigma Phi . De-ITa Tau Delia . . Kappa Sigma .. . Lambda Chi Alpha Phi Gamma DeITa OFFICERS . . . . . PresidenT VIC KLEIN . ...... . Fraiernify PresicIenTs Board Repre-senTaTives BARRET ASHLEY . , . EMERSON TANNER .SIM EFLAND . . J. L. COLLINS HUGH SHACKLEFORD . . BEN ROGERS BOB JOYNER . . . HOWARD BOZEMAN Kappa Alpha .. . . .W, C. HARRIS ..., JIMMY FRY DEE ROLAND .... AUBREY JARRATT FRENCH FRAZIER ...... VIC KLEIN JIMMY FRY ..... . . Vice-Presideni' . . . SecreTary and Treasurer FraTerniTy FraTerni'Iy Presidenfs Board RepresenTaTives Phi Sigma Kappa . .JOHN JENKINS ...... JACK BLACK Pi Kappa Alpha . .WILLIAM O'DONNELL . . ALBERT MOTT Pi Kappa Phi .. . . ED JONES ..... H. L. EERGER Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Alpha Epsilon .POWELL SNIPES . . . CRAIG CALDWELL Chi ..... BOB WHITE . . . , JOHN CONNER Nu .,... PAUL HUGHES . . . . BUD WOOD Phi Epsilon . .J. E. BROWN . . . . PAUL GABRIEL BARRET ASHLEY JACK BLACK HOWARD BOZEMAN J. E. BROWN CRAIG CALDWELL J. L. 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AIN W x WI' ffa:Pi':'-'fm "" ' ""' asf' Qu ff '- ' . ii mx ' -' 3:7 x Y .fx- 1 iX,HL.f id . Q b , f Y . Q - H ,ma M . N A-Q f, "- 92 M1 -f - V- l 9 'X - 1 x Q m- f . X '7 2 ' ' ' . ,,,, N . f ,gg -R: -1 . ' :-1 . -1: -- P W-f M, f 5-15551: '- 5 X ,V N, ,I ,, . X Y A,-Eff .M fg ifff - M? 3 ,, f, Q -. I , , ig ,1'w'fc, I ,W t X .9 N' QR ' 'Q Q' 4"'f.Lx-1 - , A " X . M ' . , , .,, h U V . X M g ., K A 'Mx an 0.0- . ,mr 'lb xgyv w x was x X mac WRX O F A L P H A T A U O M E G A I Hey lllll JOHN BARRET ASHLEY ROLAND K. ABELE . . CLAUDE ADAMS, JR. MIKE BALITSARIS . . LIVY COE .,.. JOE FOSTER . . . LYSTON JACO . . BERNIE MEHEN , , WILLIAM CUTCHIN , SAM FINCANNON . HASCAL HOOPER FRANK PATTERSON . lKEPEEL.,.... JAMES ALLEN . JOE CARTER . . BEN DUNAGAN . . CYRUS DURIO . ROBERT EASTWOOD . BOB HICKS . . . EARL I-IUNTLEY . . . HERMAN JENKINS . . JOSEPH BASS ,... alll lmlgl . Dyersburg, Tenn JOE R. HICKERSON , . Cla . . Whilehaven, Tenn . Dyersburg, Tenn . Piflsburgh, Pa . . Cenlralia, Ill ss of ss of ss of . Maryville, Tenn. . . . Afhens, Tenn. . . . Wheeling, W, Va. Cla . , Dyersburg, Tenn. , . Knoxville, Tenn. . . Brownsville, Tenn. . , , . . . Trenlon Tenn. Dyersburg, Tenn. ROBERT WILLIAMS . . Cla . . Knoxville Tenn. . Tipfonville Tenn. Milan, Tenn. . Trenlon, Tenn. . Tiplonville Tenn. Hazelfon, Pa . . Plainfield, Ill . . Knoxville, Tenn. Cla ss of . , . . Marion, Va. THOMAS BAYSTON . . . . Challanooga, Tenn. EARNEST BRISCOE . . , . Knoxville, Tenn. CALVIN BISHOP . , Dyersburg, Tenn. TED HAROLD CLYMER . . . . . Union Cily, Tenn. LUCIEN CROWDER . . . .... Sparfa, Tenn. EVERETT GLEN FERGUSON . . . Knoxville Tenn. WILLIAM ROBERT GEE . . . . Dyersburq, Tenn. RICHARD HART .,... . Memphis, Tenn. RICHARD JONES . . . . . Morrislown, Tenn. ELLIOTT KANE . . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. GROVER MCCANN . . . . Pillsburgh, Pa. LATTA RICHARDS , , , . , . . , . .Cowan, Tenn. 942 JAMES NORTON .. BUNZY O'NEIL . . . J. U. OVERALL .... JAMES W, PARDUE . . T. W. RICHARDSON . , C. MERALD THOMAS . J. ALBERT THORNTON 943 BILL REGINOLD . . VIC SLEDGE . ED SMALLWOOD . . . EMERSON TANNER . . JACK WARE ,,,.. . . . . . . .Trenlon, Tenn 944 WILLIAM LAMBERT . . THOMAS MANN , , . BILL MAYBERRY . . LON REED , TOM RICHARDSON , . ROBERT SHAW . CLAYTON STAPLETON . JACK WRIGHT .... 945 MERTON MCCORKLE . . JOHN PAUL MORRIS . JAMES LEE NORMAN , SAMUEL PEARSON . . JOHN PEEPLES, JR. . . WILLIAM ROBERTSON . BRUCE SLEDGE . . , , MARSHALL STALLINGS . . . DONELL STRAUSS . . , DAVID TIPTON ..,, , GLENN WESTBROOK . , MACK WORTMAN , . . Dyersburg, Tenn Dyersburg, Tenn Pillsburgh, Pa Dyersburg, Tenn . Memphis, Tenn . Memphis, Tenn McKenzie, Tenn . Whilehaven, Tenn . . Memphis, Tenn . Raleigh, Tenn Kingsporl, Tenn Union Cily, Tenn . . . Sparla, Tenn , . , Sl. Louis, Mo Brownsville, Tenn Crossville, Tenn , Maryville, Tenn . . Knoxville, Tenn , . . Ridgely, Tenn . . .Cromona, Ky , . . Medina, Tenn . . Kingsporl, Tenn . . Jackson, Tenn . Dyersburg, Tenn . . Lexinqlon, Tenn . . Memphis, Tenn . , Knoxville, Tenn . . , Raleigh, Tenn . Humboldl, Tenn . Fernandina, Fla . Brownsville, Tenn Challanooga, Tenn . . . Ridgely, Tenn , v ....-- Q J I , ' " I If I 5 if 'I lllflf . fl x 577 ,C 1 'ILE l ll 26, I zu J -C-if-96' l l OMlCRO'N CHArFl i l ll ri i i i l i i i l i l l "l love W. K. While" lPersonal Quofafionl I Firsl Row: Armslrong, Barns, Brannon, Capanear, Capanegro, Collins. Second Row: Cowen, Eblen, Efland, Elam, Farrar, Fox. Third Row: Gurley, Guy, Murphy, Niles, O'Bannon, Reed. Fo urfh Row: Rhudy, Rosson, Russel, Spicer, Vigdorfh, While TER OF DELTA SIGMA PHI B- r-r-r-r I "l love +he non-fra+s." Hella Sigma Phi si s ACTIVES 1. . JACK ARMSTRONG . . . . Lexingion, Tenn. ERNEST FOX . . . . Concord, Tenn ' PAUL BOBO ...... . Chahlanooga, Tenn. DAVID HERNARD . . . . Knoxville, Tenn RAYMOND BRANNON ...... Memphis, Tenn. JOSEPH MURPHY . . . . Knoxville, Tenn MICHAEL A. CAPANEAR, JR. . , Belleville, N, J. CARL NILES ..... . . Knoxville, Tenn MICHAEL A. CAPANEGRO . . . Monlclair, N. J. FRANK T. OLSTEEN, JR. . . . Shelbyville, Tenn. JAMES COLLINS ..... . . Memphis, Tenn. JAMES REED ..,.. . Lewisburg, Tenn SIM EFLAND . . . . . Efland, N, C. RALPH G. RHUDY . . Comers Rock, Va ISAIAH R. FARRAR . . , Shelbyville, Tenn. JOSEPH ROSSON . . . . . Memphis, Tenn EDWARD FOX . . . .... Lewisburg, Tenn, EDWARD B. RUSSELL . . Memphis, Tenn WOLFRED K. WHITE . .... Knoxville, Tenn. PLEDGES DUSTIN AUGHENBOUGH . . Akron, Ohio JAMES GURLEY . . . . Dyersburg, Tenn JAMES AURELIA .... . . Holboro, Pa. CHARLES HARTMAN . . Kingsport Tenn RICHARD W. CLEMENT . Humboldf, Tenn. JEROME HOWELL . . . , Nashville, Tenn KN JOE COLEMAN BARNS . . Big Sandy, Tenn. WILLIAM KEELER . . Johnson Cily, Tenn. MILTON BARNES . . . Challanooga, Tenn. JAMES MEADOWS . . . . . Luray, Tenn rn . I CHARLES COWAN . . . . . Brislol, Va. HOWARD SHAFNER . . Shelbyville, Tenn. I ,gf 0 LOUIS DIXON . . . . Clarksville, Tenn. HUGH SPICER . . . Lenoir Cily, Tenn, J' ' lxl '52 GEORGE EBLEN . .I . Shelbyville, Tenn, EDWARD THOMAS . . Greenville, Tenn. l EDGAR ELAM . . . Nashville, Tenn. WILLIAM VAUGHN . . . . Linden, Tenn. xi Q 3 LELAND FISHEL . . Founlain Cily, Tenn. EWELL VIGDORTH . . . Nashville, Tenn K I- I I , JAMES GAFFNEY . . . . Cumberland, Md. GEORGE WHITE . . . . Dyersburg, Tenn.!, I Vi" FRANK GAULT . . Chalfanooga, Tenn. WILLIAM ZIMMERMAN . . . . Massillon, Q . 'D . ' I' -6...-ff-.I I243l 'V 3 U pf-. DELTA DELTA f --'-'-" - r ,.. J - ' - ,L-gggzgztg 'ff' "1-:.z'::.1':r:f1:a George and "Snake." hi ,ig Y ..- ,.1, "'-'L "fin . ,-'-.,Ll'-,,. M, ,. ,L..s. -J .,v. ,, rl, V .:, .Q,g ,',"'?'. I.-" ,Zf, "2 Firsi' Row: Berry, Bowers, Brerf, J. Carden, W. Carden, Coppedge, Denman, Denf, DePass. Second Row: Dickey, Ellis, Faquin, Finch, Gentry, Gilberr, Gleaves, Glennan, Harbison. Third Row: Harris, Humphries, Jackson, Jones, Kimsey, Lawhon, Ludwig, Mafhis, Moak. Fourfh Row: Moore, Mosby, Norris, Pack, Ringer, Rogers, Rucker, Saufelle, Sco+'r. Fiffh Row: Shackelford, D. Smirh, R. Smiih, Shires, Tauxe, Verfin, Weaver, Websiar, Weeks. HAPTER OF DELTA TAU DELTA IIBIIH BEDFORD BERRY . . TOM ALLEN . . . JAMES BOWERS , . ALLEN CARDEN . . NEEDHAM COPPEDGE MINOR DENT ..... ERNEST DePASS . . HUGH DICKEY . . WALTER GENTRY . . KEN GLENNAN . BILL DENMAN , . CHARLES ELLIS . . ARTHUR FAOUIN . . BILL FINCH . .. JOE ALVIS . . . ROLAND BRETT . . JOE CARDEN . . . ROBERT GILBERT . . . GEORGE HARRIS . KENNETH HUMPHRIES EZELL KIMSEY . . . TALBOT MATHES . . Dol ancl Denl. "On Della ShelIa's s'I'eps . MEMBERS Class of l942 . . Paris, Tenn. C. H. WEAVER . . . Nashville, Tenn Class of I943 , . . Memphis, Tenn. JOE HARBISON . . Copperhill, Tenn . , Founlain Ciiy, Tenn. BRIDGES JONES . . . . , Harlan, Ky. . . . La Follelle, Tenn. CHARLES MOAK . . . . Nashville, Tenn . . . . Memphis, Tenn. BEN ROGERS . , . . . La Follelie, Tenn . . . Memphis, Tenn. HUGH SHACKLEFORD . , Memphis, Tenn . , Memphis, Tenn. ROBB SMITH ..,.. . . Piiman, N. J . .Sweeiwa'rer, Tenn. HARRY WEBSTER . . . Memphis, Tenn . . Knoxville, Tenn. DAVID PACK . . Sevierville, Tenn . , , , . , . . Obion, Tenn. JAMES LAWHON . . . . .Concord, Tenn BEE MCMILLAN . . . ....... Ashland, Tenn. Class of I944 . .Copperhill Tenn. GEORGE GLEAVES . . , Memphis, Tenn . . Knoxville Tenn. ANDREW JACKSON . . La Follelie, Tenn . . Memphis Tenn. BOB LUDWIG ..... . Rockwood, Tenn . . , . . . Lexinglon, Tenn. RAY MOORE . . . . . . . Memphis, Tenn WALTER RINGGER ..... ...,... M emphis, Tenn. Class of I945 . . Memphis, Tenn. BOB MOSBY . . . Memphis, Tenn . , Knoxville, Tenn. JACK NORRIS . . . Knoxville, Tenn . .La Follelfe Tenn, BILL RUCKER Dyersburg, Tenn . . Morrisiown, Tenn. JOE SHIRES . . . .Obion, Tenn . , . ,Greenfield, Tenn. DOUG SMITH .... . . lvylon, Tenn . . . . Memphis Tenn. GEORGE SAUTELLE . . . Memphis, Tenn , . . . . . Duckiown, Tenn. W. N. TAUXE . . . , Knoxville, Tenn . . . . . . . Memphis, Tenn. VARTANIG VARTAN . . . Memphis, Tenn EARNEST WEEKS .... ...... K noxville, Tenn. L2451 y, . .. ' ' ff, 'XSD I KA 'gf ,BQ ' Q JC-BQ f ,Q op? , ' ' GQ 1- . Jo Kjh di-f v N B lil: V! 0 I N A Ng .gfyj w I all 501794 W, . 'SV' P I C H A P 1-iii- "Af flxe dance , , , ,V V W. Y v Z - , V ,Z -U-If-r-rvvzrz-.-1. -N 2,2 .ex-:.J,-'iT'ff.',F-li-iifif 'Z Firsf Row: Alexander, Baies, Bozeman, Bragg, Beckler, Campbell, Davis, Foxworlhy. Second Row: Fryer, Goodrich, l-lansbrough, Hay, l-lerod, l-libbel, Luke Jacobs, Jesse Jacobs, Joyner. Third Row: Kyle, Leffler, Malcolm, Manley, McComb, McCormack, McLean, Miles, Newlon. Fcurfh Row: Ogles, Perry, Phillips, Rulland, Schall, Shingler, Swifl, Walson, Wesser. T E R O F K A P P A A L P H A Wil'I'1 'l'l'1e colonel . . . On I'I1e Hill! U D ll 0, ....,.. .Or 'yo OFFICERS 953159 ROBERT JOYNER . , .... Presidenf BILLY MCCOMB . . . .Treasurer PRICE GLOVER . . . VicerPresidenl GID FRYER . . . . . Secrelary MEMBERS Class of l942 THOMAS M. BATES . . .,... Shelbyville, Tenn, ROBERT JOYNER . . . . . Memphis, Tenn. PRICE GLOVER . . . ..... Shelbyville, Tenn. THOMAS MALCOMB . . . . Brislol, Tenn, BILLY MCCOMB ..... ......, J ellico, Tenn Class of I943 WARREN A. ALEXANDER . . Covinglon, Tenn. F. W. MILES ...... Murfreesboro, Tenn. CHARLES BOZEMAN . . .... Knoxville, Tenn. WILLIAM SWIFT ..... , . .WasI'1ing'ron, D. C. OID FRYER ...... . . . Goodlellsville, Tenn. JAMES McCORMACK . . .... Gallalin, Tenn. Class of 944 WILLIAM BAAKLER . , . . Knoxville, Tenn. SEWALL MANLEY . . , . .Jackson, Tenn. JACK BUSH .... . . Dandridge, Tenn, TOM MCLEAN . . . , Shelbyville, Tenn. NED CARTER . . . . . Dandridge, Tenn. CHARLES OGLES , . . . Belhpage, Tenn, GILBERT CAREY . . . ...... Knoxville, Tenn. WADE PERRY . . . . . . Memphis, Tenn. WILLIAM LEGGLER . . ...... Knoxville, Tenn. HERBERT RUTLAND . . . . . . Herberl, Tenn, EDWARD WATSON . . .... Murfreesboro, Tenn x Class of I945 Q fx fd CLAUDE BARNETT .... .... . ...... J OHN HIBBETT . . . .G-allalin, Tenn. .xff X f I JAMES BARRIOKMAN . . . . Founlain Orly, Tenn. LUJE JOOOBS . . . . r Gallafin, Tenn. 4 f Q lx , ALBERT CAMPBELL , . . . . . Memphis, Tenn, JESSIE JOCOBS . . .SheIbyvilIe, Tenn. "" ,rg 1 ,- 'lg ROBERT FOXWORTHY , , . . Fl. Myers, Fla. PAUL NEWTON . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. Q fb fl TOM HANSBROUGH . . . . Greenfield, Tenn, BURNS PHILLIPS . . Murfreesboro, Tenn. C' L? NDF X f JAMES HAY . .,... ..... S helbyville, Tenn, RICHARD SCHALL . . . . Ballimore, Md. ks I-V' x I l JACK HEROD . . ...... Gallalin, Tenn, WILLIAM SHINGLER . . . .Memphis, Tenn. Q-' x , NORMAN WESER .... ....., M orrrpiris, Tenn. vf, W Graduales vhj U Ax. JOHN BRAGG , . . . Murfreesboro, Torrrr. WANA HOWARD . . Mrrrfroosboro, Torrr. I f -rfgrr. ' Special 'Q ' QQ1 JULIAN DAVIS . . . . . . . .Ouincy, Flo. i A l , ' 9 0, A , N . J ' 4 i I I' L247J Q 'W ,W iv J , , .. , 42- , ,. X , , 'V , 4!li5fQ" fi. 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GARVIN . . Clarksville, Tenn. JOHN W, MOORE . . Knoxville, Tenn WILLIAM C. HARRIS . .Jackson, Tenn. WILLIAM J. POLLOCK . . . Knoxville, Tenn Class of I943 EDWARD ACUFF . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. CHARLES POLLOCK . . . Knoxville, Tenn WATT DENISON . . . . Lexinglon, Tenn, CHARLES RAINWATER , , Knoxville, Tenn ARCH EATON ,,.. . . Memphis, Tenn, CHARLES RUDOLPH . . . . Clarksville, Tenn WILLIAM H. HUNT . . . .Tellico Plains, Tenn. MATT H, RUDOLPH . . . . Clarksville, Tenn HOWARD LUMSDEN . ...... Knoxville, Tenn. JOSEPH SARAFIAN . . . , , Memphis, Tenn THOMAS NICHOLSON ..,... Loudon, Tenn. RICHARD SEYMOUR . . . , Knoxville, Tenn WILLIS PARK , . . . Cleveland, Tenn. ED K, SMITH , . Knoxville, Tenn CLINTON SWAN ,......... . . louisville, Ky, Class of I944 JOHN ARTHUR . . . , . . Knoxville, Tenn, HARRY ISSLER ..,, . . . Miami, Fla JAMES BRYAN . . . . . . Memphis, Tenn. DAVE MILLICE ..,, . . Mascol, Tenn GEORGE CALHOUN . . . Covingfon, Tenn. JOHN MOHR . . , . . Knoxville, Tenn EUGENE DAVIS . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. CLIFFORD REYNOLDS . . , . Memphis, Tenn HAMILTON FORMAN . . . . Knoxville, Tenn, WILLIAM RUFFIN . . . . Covinglon, Tenn BEN HARRISON .... .,.. K noxville, Tenn. ERNEST SCRUGGS . . . Knoxville, Tenn. EDWARD HART . . ,... Challanooga, Tenn. ROBERT SMITH . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn NORRIS HART ..., ..... L exinglon, Tenn. JAMES TAYLOR . . . . , Knoxville, Tenn HAROLD HOWREN . Youngslown, Ohio SAM WILKERSON .... , ,Calderwood, Tenn RICHARD WHITMORE .... ..,. C aldefwood, Tenn. 4 Class of I945 v -'- DONALD CRAIG . . . ......... FRED LANG , . . .Nashville, Tenn. L' I .. " ' -, CARL F. BURMEISTER . . , Pensacola, Fla. EVANS LARKIN . , . . . Baslrop, La. ' - - Lf JAMES CAMPBELL , . , . . Knoxville, Tenn. EDMUND MARTIN . . . . Bemis, Tenn. - ' x ,- JOHN CAMPBELL . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. ROBERT MATTE . . . Fl. Oglelhorpe, Ga. I I ' -' .Q LLOYD CRAWFORD . . . . . Memphis, Tenn. HERBERT MORSE . . . . Medford, Mass. fl fx RAY DePUE . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. ROBERT ROCHELLE , , . , . Knoxville, Tenn, - I I6 X JACK FOWLER . . , . . Memphis, Tenn. JAMES RICE . , . Braden, Tenn. 1' IX K WILLIAM FOWLER . . . . , Memphis, Tenn, PHILLIP SALOMONE . . . Knoxvil'e Tenn. ' z R fi, FRANK FEEMAN . . , . Knoxville, Tenn. DIGBY SEYMOUR . . . Knoxville, Tenn. I I fy. JOE FEEMAN , . .... Knoxville, Tenn. WILLIAM SMITH . . . Rockwood, Tenn. , X V FRANK GAYLON , . . . , Knoxville, Tenn. WILLIAM TAYLOR . . Knoxville, Term. 1,-U MASSEY GORDON . . . Challanooga, Tenn. WILLIAM THEISS . , Challanooga, Tenn If X JACK HARNESS . , .... Bogola, Tenn. WIGGINS WILDER . . Braden, Tenn f'll: JAMES HODGE . . . .SevierviIle, Tenn, THOMAS WILLIAMSON Chaflanooga, Tenn FRED IVY , . . . . Memphis, Tenn. GEORGE WILSON . . . . Knoxville, Tenn Law JAMES FRY . . .... . , Knoxville, Tenn. f 1 l2491 -241 iff: If Sf smu- sy, fwwwq i, S 4, ' 1, 4 if iw w f Q wr I 'ke vin ,A 'ff .,,. x 1 S6 Q f, , S3 A :sur-2 -' ., . ,..X., kg xv- 3 'Sw S f ,, K , VHF' gg i? .,,.. A ,'f ,,,Ag 1 Ig X Q Jw. Q, Q x 1 Xl Q wwf 3 X VW 'QL' -Y n- N 'V 1 1 y, , , my .1 ,' 'VF' X if 3 l' , I . .,.. , af yew: me . " Xffif X ' 'A iiiw, A ' ,,k,,,. ZX. 'A -5-f ' ' .2 -1 ':"Z W -f -W .,,. ,1,, .W Y. -'M' -13' W ' V ,pw ':-: 4 1,1 -- - X.,' as x .,g, X 9' , 'W X - f 4 Y 'S' . Sv J ' 55 x raw. 5 . Q , X -"' -1 .,,, ., , X AN. . , X Q Q ,-,Q . .-q.:. L- X x qw gwv PV.: My BQ , P V'-' X X ' ,, an rs. .Q-x N sw-Q vb 5 KQV :S ' Y X WX N , XA X , Q X S N X N 9 . J Y C HAPTER OF LAMBDACHIALPHA 03 kr xy! in 'fa M-1kA5,c!,,3 W ,I I . xv gsgf Owen's boy Inman. Now, Les! M E M B E R S Class of I942 DON FREEMAN , . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. ROBERT MERIWETHER . .ClarksviIle, Tenn CHARLES HULTOUIST . . .AIcoa, Tenn. WILLIAM OWENS . . . . Kingsporf, Tenn Class of 943 LESTER CAMPBELL . . . . . Henryville, Tenn, FOSTER CALLOWAY . . Lenoir Cily, Tenn K, J. CALVIN .,.. .... M emphis, Tenn. MICHAEL FRASSRAND . . . . Manchesler, Tenn JAMES DEMOS , , , . .CI-nallanooga, Tenn, POWELL WINN . . , . . Nashville, Tenn GEORGE FAZAKERLY . . . Memphis, Tenn. BROWN BEASLEY . . . . Hampshire, Tenn RICHARD KENT . . . . , Nashville, Tenn. WILLIAM ALLEN . . . . Clarksville, Tenn EARL KING ...... . . Kingsporl, Tenn. EUGENE ELLIS . . ..... Miami, Fla WILSON ROWLAND . . . Kingsporl, Tenn. O. C. LLOYD ,... Monlgomery, W, Va RITTER SLAUGHTER . , . . Kingsporl, Tenn. DAVID PHILLIPS . . .Sale Creek, Tenn MACK SLAUGHTER . . . Kingsporl, Tenn. DAVID ROMINE . . . . Dorofhy, W. Va BURGH BURNETT . . TOM CALLOWAY . AUBREY FARRATT , . FLEATER PALMER . , LAURENCE THOMAS T. A. WILLIAMS . . . LOUIS WINN .... JOE ZARICOR . . . WORLEY BEASLEY . . KENNETH BROWDER . LLOYD BAILEY . . JAMES CATON . . . EDWARD DOTY . . . JOHN GAMBARDELLA JACK INMAN .... BRICE KELSEY ..., MEREDITH KING . , FLOYD LASLEY .. KENNER LYONS , , . . . .SL Lou . . . Lenoir Cily, . . Murfreesboro, Class of I944 i M s, o. ... . .Jomer, La . . Kingsporl, Tenn. . . Kingsport, Tenn . . Nashville, Tenn . . . Melropo . . , . ,Hampshire . ....... Cleveland SAM YOUNG .. . . . Dresden . . Kingsporl . . . Memphis . . . New Haven, . . Middlesbcro, Ky. , . Lenoir Cily, Tenn . . Columbia . . Melropolis, Ill . . Kingsporl, Tenn DAVID BALDWIN . , . ...Alcoa Tenn X4 -,,-LCN Tenn. GENTRY BARTON . . . . Rufherford, Tenn Tenn. C. D. CASH ..... . . . Oakdale, Tenn . JAMES OHADWELL . . . Kingsporf, Tenn RUDOLPH HALL . . . . Big Rock, Tenn , LYNN MAYO .... . . Nashville, Tenn . HOWARD McGlLL . . . . Lillie Lol, Tenn KX Iis, Ill. FRANKLIN QUALLS . . . . Harriman, Tenn , Tenn. JAMES THOMAS . . . . .GreenvilIe, N, C S , Tenn. LESLIE EIDSON . . . . Chaflanooga, Tenn 'fm' . . ...... Kingsporl, Tenn. G! QW 4' Nth! f f U Class of I945 J-J- ISR , Tenn. J, R. PIERCE . . . . . Kingsporl, Tenn. way' J I ff ' , Tenn. GUY PORTER ..., . , Columbia, Tenn +-- E , Tenn. WALTER SANDLIN . . . .CoIumbia, Tenn I Conn. JAMES SWANN . . . , . . Columbia, Tenn I N CHARLES SWEAT . . . , Wesf Poinf, N, Y ff . HARRY STICKLEY . . . . Middlesboro, Ky. f I , Tenn. JAMES WARTH . . . . Memphis, Tenny. I xx' . CHARLES WEST . . . . .AIcoa, Ten .-I, Q . HOWARD WINN . . . Nashville, T Z P- -1 " LZSIJ 45' uf li ...I-jf'...l , 2' ' 4 3' W v t.. - F2 fpim A 4 ' fy N- ,v Q, . v H In 5 A fir 'A x ,., .W- N . . , nl. W F he ag 'A G' S? 4 X y 3, HQ? Y 1 'ZX A4 ., 'lf . S4 if f f f 2 S A Q N fl H .4 .. if f, 4: , I 2 3, ,z f ,L ,.:AA,.2.:, ,, Q, w 4, ,. 3? 'r f 'Q A Vx w A 122 me , EO' R ff :Qt " N C '?'T,"" ' 1 x ' YW' Q f 'win'-:,:aI'3 yu , vm , Q3 PB' x .:.f.,v A W , 1 A N 1 , . A 3 'W' 4 4 Q r Q .1 ,eff zwv -an .35 " in fix 5 Q .v., : 5' .f fs? by U kv ' 3 'Fr Aw? 1 " , - N K 'gk , fum E S s KW-if Q P 5822. ', W 3 R f 5 , . D X .N - ,W if 3, f, Q. W Q. , gi., Q W? ...sl- K3 :': - gf X - nvlfmzfqww A 1 iw - W X f' ' ' 'Q"' 1 'P - P- 'x U ., ' f . , 2 -' , 1 mv g .. ,Q . 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SPEARS MCALLESTER . . chafranooga, Tenn Ef15",f'i JOHN PARKER ..,............ Knoxville, Tenn. piggy Class of l942 FRANK ALLEN . . . .GaIIafin, Tenn. LAPSLEY HOPE . . Challanooga, Tenn BILL COX . , . . . .Cookeville, Tenn. FRANK KERR . . . Knoxville, Tenn BILL DAVENPORT , . , ..... Challanooga, Tenn. JIM McDOWELL . . . Challanooga, Tenn DON FORCUM . . . ........ Dyersburg, Tenn. HUGH NEIL .,.... . . Knoxville, Tenn WARREN VICK .............. Sweelwaler, Tenn. Class of I943 FOSTER D, ARNETT . . .... Knoxville, Tenn, BYRON HUTCHINSON , ST. Pelersburg, Fla JOHN CAMPBELL . . . .ChatIanooga, Tenn, JIMMY KERR .... . , Knoxville, Tenn E. T. COLLINSWORTH ..., Knoxville, Tenn. VIC KLEIN ..,.. . . Knoxville, Tenn. WOODY DONALDSON . . . Morrisfown, Tenn. LESTER LARIMER . . . . Memphis, Tenn JACK FRAZIER . . . .... Daylon, Tenn. SAM MILLER ..., . . Knoxville, Tenn EUGENE FREIZ . . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. BILL NOWLING . . Sli Pelersburg, I-la NELSON HARRIS . . . . Middlesboro, Ky. BILL SELDON . . . . .AThens, Tenn. SAM HILL ..... ....... K noxville, Tenn. JOHN SHIPLEY . . . . . Athens, Tenn ROBERT HOBSON . ......... Memphis, Tenn. ED VESTAL ,,...... . . Alhens, Tenn. JOHN BOLINGER , DON BOSSON .... GEORGE CAMPBELL . BILL CLOTWORTHY . G, C. DAVIS ..,. BILL GARITY ,... LEON HAY . JUDSON BRYAN . . JOHN CADEN . . . LESLIE CARPENTER . HEBER CARTER . . . W, L. CLAPP .... JIMMY CLEVELAND . BERNARD CLIPPARD BILL GIDEON .... RAY GOFE ...,. SILAS HILL .... MARVIN HORNER . BILL JONES ..... BILL LANHAM . . . JOE LONG ..... KENNETH MARKWELL. ' ED WHITE . . . . . . , , , . . Memphis, Tenn. Class of I944 , . Knoxville, Tenn. CY HORTON .,.. . . . Knoxville, Tenn. GORDON HUDDLESTON . . , Memphis, Tenn. RICHARD MILLER . . , . , , , Knoxville, Tenn. BILL MOFFETT . . . . . , . . Knoxville, Tenn. BEN MOORE . , . . . . . Founlain Cily, Tenn, TOMMY REAVES , . . . . . . . . . Memphis, Tenn. JACK SCHRIVER . . . BILL WEST . . . .....,....... Memphis, Tenn. Class of i945 . . . Knoxville, Tenn. C, A. MASSEY . . . . Memphis, Tenn, JIMMY MOULTON . . . . .Chicago, Ill. ROBERT PAINTER . . . , , Memphis, Tenn. ROBERT PATRICK , . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. JACK RAINES . . . , .SweefwaIer, Tenn. DAVID STAIR .... . . . . Memphis, Tenn. - BILL TATE .,.. . . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. JOHN THORNBURGH . . . . Memphis, Tenn. JOHN TOWNSEND . . . . , Memphis, Tenn. PEYTON WATSON . . . , Morrislown, Tenn. HU MCCLUNG WEBB . . . . Micldlesboro, Ky. BILLY JOE WHITE . . . . . Memphis, Tenn. BILL WILKINSON . . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. FRANK WINGFIELD . . . . Memphis, Tenn. JIMMY WORDEN . . . . . .Alhens, . Maryville, Johnson City, . . Knoxville, . . Knoxville, . Greeneville, . . Knoxville . . Maryville, Chattanooga . Morrislown, . . Knoxville, . . Memphis, . . Knoxville . . Knoxville, . . Knoxville, . , Knoxville, . . Knoxville, . . Knoxville, . . Knoxville, . . Knoxville, . . Memphis, . . Knoxville Ala Tenn Tenn Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn Tenn. Tenn Tenn. Ienn. Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn. 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MILTON BLACKWELL . JAMES BAILEY . . . JACK DANCE . . HOWARD EVANS . WILLIAM FOX . . A++I1e drug . . . A+ 'rhe drag , . . U MEMBERS Class of I942 . Knoxville, Tenn, JOHN JENKINS . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. . . Knoxville, Tenn. JAMES C. PARKER . . Knoxville, Tenn. EDWARD M, STORY . . . Knoxville, Tenn. Class of I943 . Eayelleville, Tenn HENRY HERBERT . , . Knoxville, Tenn . Springfield, Tenn BATTS LEETON . . . . Springfield, Tenn. . . . . Tail, Tenn I,T. SLIGER . . . . . Knoxville Tenn . Grenada, Miss. MARION SMITH . Spring Cify, Tenn Class of I944 . Knoxville, Tenn. BERT GRAY ...... . . Nashville Tenn . . . Knoxville, Tenn. CARUTI-IERS HOWSE . . . .WhiIevilIe, Tenn . Challanooga, Tenn. LAURENCE MANEY . . . . Nashville, Tenn . . . Nashville, Tenn. WILLIAM ROBINSON . Knoxville, Tenn FRANK WALLACE . . ..... Knoxville, Tenn ci I i945 f - T ass o XA- lxfx ri . Knoxville, Tenn. GEORGE GANT . . . . , Nashville Tenn, xfl f l . . Marion, vs. FRANK HENDRIX . . . chaiianaoqa, Tenn. 1-'fn IL .I . . . Alamo, Tenn. SCOTT KENNEDY . . Sale Creelc, Tenn. 3 EJ ,rox 7 . V. Spring Cify, Tenn. BILL LAWSON . . . . Knoxville, Tenn f 6 I-,JM X l . chaiianaoga, Tenn. WILLIAM LINDSAY . . Knoxville, Tenn L wig? . . Chapel Hill, Tenn JAMES MCCALL . . . Shelbyville, Tenn x' V . Donelson, Tenn I-IAL PARKS . . . . Gleason, Tenn. W . . x A-f . Icn0Xv.IIe,Tenn. DAN SARGENT , . . NGSLVIIIS, Tenn. QL ff . Knoxville, Tenn C. JAMES TRENT . . . . Knoxville, Tenn XJ! . Knoxville, Tenn. LEONARD WARING . . . . Knoxville, Tenn, if -' IZZSII x g f -' V if .. wg " 4:1 ' J' ZETA CH APTER ,,Y- .A.,,:,iY1, 2, 1-f,,..,, , .,..,,, ...K ., - V, ... .- .. - 1 V k- 4 My-,, ,, -Y--.H-'l fr,L...a,.,,, -fav ,ada 1..,, .rr .ar a,..L..,-' 4, a fa v1?lL::Li:"' ' L121n..:5' Isa Qgafffimfze . l s lvlo'l'l' mourns. 5 H,.,,e:m-,e,.,, em::',3n1:,v:fi--Q... -Wy-V-F Y r..-fy MfY.,1-,,:,-,,-,,,,-.Val , - , V , - af fgf1fg,f,-arf rr gg, ef mi -if radix--rr: 215.121rgw:1:,'4.25:'Qf:- T 1.4227 lf Firsl Row: Adams, Arnold, Bayne, Bivens, Blackwood, Blakely, Burchfield, Burem, Burroughs. Second Row: Bussarf, Cameron, Chandler, Chrislie, Cranwell, Crowe, Dallon, Dobyns, Rhea Eskew. Third Row: Bob Eskew, Hamlel, Hardy, Herd, Hobgood, Holder, Jenkins, Keel- ing, McBride. Fourih Row: lv1cWhir+er, Moll, Murphy, Myers, Parker, Pallerson, Palfon, Perry, Reeder, Sarfelle, Fiflh Row: Seflles, Shlpe, Shook, Smarl, Slouf Valenfine, Vance, Wesf, Will, Zonlinl. O F P I K A P P A A L P H A Wily Willie's winnin'. Which one's lhe dog? ll llllllpll lllll HENRY BUREM . . RAYMOND REED . . WALTER BUSSART . . J. D. GAUNTT ..,.. NILLIAM M. HOLDER . . JAMES ADAMS ..... MARTIN BLACK . .. .... WILLIAM F. BLACKWO-OD J. R. BURCHFIELD .... WILLIAM B. CARNE FRANCIS O CHRISTIE CHARLES CISSNA . . . SAM ARNOLD .... RICHARD BLACK , . . ENOCH BLAKLEY .... THOMAS BURROUGHS . RUSSELL DOBYNS .... TOM JENKINS . .. ,. CHARLES W. MURPHY . JAMES A. MYERS .... ROBERT PARKER , ALVA BAYNE . . . ULIN BIVENS .... EVERETT BROCK .,,. WILLIAM CAMERON . . JOHN CHANDLER . . WILLIAM DALTON . ROBERT ESKEW . . RHEA ESKEW . . . JAMES FERGUSON . CHARLES HARTY . . . WILLIAM KEELING . . JAMES HOBGOOD . . . , Rogersville, Tenn , . . .Smyrna, Ga Cla . . . . . Elowah, Tenn. . . . .Challanooga, Tenn. . . . . McMinnville, Tenn. HOWARD P. VALENTINE Cla . . Paducah, Ky. . . Knoxville, Tenn , . . Porlland, Me . . Sevierville. Tenn. . .Alcoa. Tenn, . . . Alcoa, Tenn. . . . . . Signal Ml., Tenn. JACK SPEARMAN ,,,. Cla . . . . .Sparla, Tenn. . .Waynesboro, Tenn. , . . .AIcoa, Tenn. . . McMinnville, Tenn. . . McMinnville, Tenn. . . . .Soddy, Tenn. . . .Alcoa, Tenn. . , Madison, Tenn. . . . Kingslon, Tenn. Cla . . . . Norfolk, Va. . . . Maryville, Tenn. . . McMinnville, Tenn. . . . . . .Chicago, lll. . . .Chal'lanooga, Tenn. . . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Lebanon, Tenn. . Lebanon, Tenn. . . . Knoxville, Tenn. . . . Nashville, Tenn. . . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. . . . . . . Nashville Tenn. ARTHUR WELLS . CHARLES VANCE . . CLYDE P. WEST , . ss of I942 ALBERT G. MOTT .... WILLIAM J, O'DONNELL GARRETT PARKER .... . . . .Washinglon, D. C ss of I943 A. B, CRANWELL . . TOM CROWE ..... WILLIAM HAMLET . , CHARLES HERD . . DAVE MacWHIRTER . . GEORGE MOWER . . . MARVIN SINK ..... . . . . . Pilfsburg, Tenn. lla . . Knoxville, Tenn . .Tip'ron, Tenn . . . Norfol . . Nashville, . . Knoxville . . Pikeville . . . Columbia . . Memphis, . . Sparla . . Knoxville . Knoxville, . . Knoxville, k, Va. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. V" 'Ba 1' L. is L E L , QM is 4 K ,fa ,Ei X, '? ,AW I ss of I944 ROBERT PASCAL . . . . . Waynesboro, Tenn. DAN PATTERSON . . . . Murfreesboro, Tenn. GUS RICHTER ,.., . . , , Challanooga, Tenn. l. B. ROGERS .,.,. . . .Maryville, Tenn. THOMAS BELL SHOOK . . . Knoxville, Tenn. DARWIN STOUT ..,. . . .Coalfield, Tenn. WALTER H. Hlrr . . . .,,... Norm, va, EC! LAWRENCE J. ZONTINI . . Whilesville, W, Va. '23 :, - : - , JAMES A. MYERS .... . . Whilesville, W. Va. ,f'1 'Y T 5- ss of l945 ' ii - HENRY MCBRIDE .... . ,Cerl'erville, Tenn, It 'S f CHARLES MCCLURE . . . .KI1OXVillB, Tenn. - 'fx X N HUGH PATTON .,.. . . Harriman, Tenn. 'V' fy y REX PERRY ..... .... W inchesler, Va. ' 2 X K ff- HERMAN REEDER . , . , McMinnville, Tenn. f N My HARRY SARTELLE . . . . . Winchesler, Va. V ff 'V DON SETTLES . . . . . Challanooga, Tenn, 'T HERMAN REEDER . . . . McMinnville, Tenn. IRL? LLOYD REESE . . . New Philadelphia, Ohio ROBERT SMARTT . . ...... Norris, Tenn. FRED STOUT . . . . . . . Coalfield, Tenn. ATHOL WEBB ...... . . . Paris, Tenn. . . .Cha'rTanooga, Tenn. A EA K If I 151 L257'J 'Mgr' 2 ALPHA SIGM Pi Kaps in firsf row. Firsl' Row: Bacon, Beaman, Brown, Burnelf, Carson, Deal, Dickerl, Ferger. Second Row: Harris, Haynes, J. Hill, W. Hill, Horn, Husbronner, Jacoway, Jones. Third Row: Lawson, Martin, McMillan, Niles, Ninor, Pearce, Pendergrass, Ramseur. Fcurfh Row: Roberson, Shaw, Smith, Snow, Stanley, Tombras, Tucker, Van Fleer, Walker. CHAPTER OF PI KAPPA PHI Anofher Nahheeyayli converlible "on Ihe make." Down I:eaI', bro'I'I1er! P . K H IJ h . OFFICERS DAVID A, ROBERSON . . Archon HAROLD BROWN . . . I-Iislorian ED JONES ...... . . Treasurer WENDELL HILL . . , . Chaplain 555250 CHARLES NILES . . . Secrelary HENRY HORN . . . . Warden MEMBERS Class of I942 ED JONES . . . ..... Knoxville, Tenn. Class of I943 SAM BEAMAN . . . . . Meridian, Miss. W. E. MARTIN . . Marlha, Tenn. HENRY HORN . . . . . Meridian, Miss. CHARLES NILES . . . Knoxville, Tenn. DAVID ROBERSON . ...... Elowah, Tenn. Class of I944 HAROLD BROWN . . Knoxville, Tenn WENDELL HILL . . . Challanooga, Tenn. GLEN BURNETT . . . . Franklin, Tenn, THOMAS- HIRSBRUNER . Nashville, Tenn. WILLIAM CARSON . .... Lebanon, Tenn. W. E. MCMILLAN . . . Olcl Hickory, Tenn. J. W. CARUTHERS . . .ChaIIanooga, Tenn ED PEARCE . . . Tellico Plains, Tenn, HULBERT FERGER . . Challanooga, Tenn CARL SHAW .... Savannah, Tenn. K JAMES HILL .... . . Challanooqa Tenn BAYNARD SMITH . . Challanooga, Tenn. T XI T. J. snow .... ...... W hnweu, Tenn, Qs. all .. Class of I945 GB, ammo I FRANK BACON . . c:1a++anO0ga, Tenn ROBERT Nlcnorson cha++anOOga, Tenn. Iaww- fQ" U ROBERT DEAL . . . . Challanooqa, Tenn AUBREY PENDERGRASS Challanooga, Tenn. - - N, is A Ima N' ARBEY DICKERT . . . cha++anOOga, Tenn ALLEN RAMSEUR , . cha++af.OOge, Tenn. ff I ROBERT D. HARRIS . . . Knoxville, Tenn DUNCAN RIDDLE . . Challanooga, Tenn. 4 +1 E WINFRED HAYNES . . . Challanooga Tenn GEORGE STANLEY . . Chalfanooga, Tenn. X! GRADY JACOWAY . Challanooga, Tenn. JAMES- TOMBRASS . . Challanooga, Tenn. T! BUELL LAWSON. . . . . Rockwood, Tenn. T, H. TUCKER .... . . . Memphis, Tenn. I Q-I CHARLES MARTIN . . . New River, Tenn, HOMER VAN VLEET . Challanooga, Tenn,f,x DAVID MINOR . . . . Challanooga Tenn. JAMES WITT . . . Maclisonville, Te? Q 'O ' 4800 P- J EZSQJ Q ' "f..r.Yr'..l R NS' K ,- w X , X 7 INF ,.,. ,,, v'::, 3 'Y I : E 'fa ff, fi '-. .ww ww 'Viv r 1-.Q xx-Wm " ' be ww fffxwwe' W , ,mx f wk x .f., I , f- :J If ,E -V ff --'- My M, ., fx ,M mx -asa, ""'N .MR ,mf V ff 3' sr t x M N N.. ,rf K 1 vp 4, ws:-:s - ' X ,E w X ..Y, A OF SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON .-,Q s AA,, A, X Ili Perfecl harmony. V S-Iriclly Slricli. fEd's. No'Ie: Webb's piclureg SIrick's suggesfionlj Sigma lllpha Epsilon LEN BROUGHTON . HENRY BOOTHE . . JAMES HICKMAN . . OWEN 'HUGHES . . GEORGE H. PRATER . . ROBERT M. ALLEN , . CRAIG CALDWELL . ROSWELL ci-IILDERS ' f. HECTOR COEEIN . , , SAM COOK .,.,. JACK DICKINSON . . PHIL HEPPEL ... GEORGE JETT . . OSCAR ATCHLEY . . MCNEIL AYRES . . . RICHARD BOWEN . JOHN BRUCE .... HERBERT COOK . . . TOM CRUTCHFIELD WALTER FOSTER . f ' DAVID FOX .,.. LEWIS HAGLER . . MARK HAYES .... FRANK HUBBELL . , JAMES JONES . . . DANIEL ALLEN . . JOE ADAMS . . . JACK BANNER . . . ROBERT BABBAGE . . GROVER BEELER . . . FRED BUDDE ,... CHARLES COEEIN I EDWARD CAM PBELL ROBERT DOUBLESTEIN . . . CONWAY GARLINGTON . . ERNEST GRIGGS ..... WILLIAM HAACK . . , HENDRICS ..... EDWIN HAZEN . . CON MILLIGAN . ROBERT WEBB . . . . . Knoxville, . . . Memphis, . . . Knoxville, . . . Memphis, . . Concord . . . Memphis, . . Blounlville, . . Plainfield, . . Knoxville, . . Lebanon M E M B E R s Graduaie ' ' . . . . . . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. Law Tenn. GEORGE WEBB . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. 'Class of I942 Tenn. POWELL SNIPES . . . . Knoxville, Tenn Tenn. SAM THOMPSON . . . . . Memphis, Tenn Tenn. MEEKS VAUGHAN , . . . Covinglon, Tenn Tenn. J, A. WALLACE . . . . Knoxville, Tenn Class of I943 Tenn. SHEPHERD KENWORTHY . . Memphis, Tenn Tenn. JULIAN LINK ....... . . . Knoxville, Tenn N. J. WILLIAM MEEK ...,. . . Birmingham, Ala Tenn. WILLIAM OHMAN . . . . . Memphis Tenn Tenn . . . Liggeife, Ky: ALBERT PARSONS . . LARRY PARTRIDGE . . . . . Memphis, Tenn. STANLEY TINSLEY . . . Memphis, Tenn. FELIX WEST . . . , Class of I944 . . Lebanon, Tenn. RICHARD KOELLA . , . . . Memphis, Tenn. EDWARD LOCKETT . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. JOHN MCCALLIE . . . . . Nashville, Tenn. DONALD MCLEAN . . . . Columbia, Tenn. JOHN T. MCNAMEE . . , .ChaHanooga, Tenn. ROBERT MEEK . . . . . . . Memphis, Tenn. DUNCAN SHEATS . . . . . Memphis, Tenn. WILLIAM SKAGGS . . , . . Memphis, Tenn. WILLIAM SLEDGE . . . . Chaifanooga, Tenn. JOE SUMMERS . . . . . Bridgeporl' Conn. ALFRED SWANN . . . . . . .i-sallam, Ky. JAMES YOUNG . Class of I945 . . . Memphis, Tenn. HENRY MCKENNY . . . . , . Memphis, Tenn. JOE MCCAUGHAN . , . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. J. V. LEDGERWOOD . . . . . Harlan, Ky. WILLIAM PATTERSON . . . Knoxville, Tenn, JOHN PHILLIPS . . . . . . .Jackson, Tenn. JAMES ROBINSON . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. DAVID SLEDGE . . . . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. GEORGE SNIPES . , . . . . Bridgeporl, Conn. WALKER STOCKLEY . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. ROBERT SCI-'MID . . . . . .'HumboldI, Tenn. PAUL SNAVELY .... . . . . Memphis, Tenn. GARNER STRICKLAND . . , , . BEN TESTERMAN . . . . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. DONALD TUCKER . . . . .Chaifanooga, Tenn. FINLEY WARD . . L2611 , . . . . .KnoxvlIle, Tenn . . . Lenoir Ciiy, Tenn lg li . . , Knoxville, Tenn . . Rossville, Tenn . . Rockford, Tenn . . Knoxville, Tenn. . . Knoxville, Tenn . . Knoxville, Tenn. . . . LaGrange, Tenn . . Birmingham, Ala . . Memphis, Tenn. . . . noxvile, enn. 1 . . . . Memphis, Tenn. C' EXURD Johnson Cily, Tenn. . . . , . Dandridqe, Tenn. Crawfordsville, Ark . . Challanooga, Tenn. A , . . . Memphis, Tenn. ,f . . Knoxville, Tenn. K Lx 1 D Q . . Knoxville, Tenn. ' J Q . . Memphis, Tenn. Q GI . , Memphis, Tenn. j , rg Q .Qi . . Memphis, Tenn. 'N . . Knoxville, Tenn. X Q QI . . Memphis, Tenn. I -Z , . . Knoxville, Tenn. J? C . . 'K1noxvillIe, Tenn N .. emp is, enn. . i- . . Knoxville, Tenn Atl . . Knoxville, Tenn , ,I X . .Memphis, Tenn N W, It 1 , ws' 'Q - IL-' A- ks. H M JQQIJM . 'Q YV? 1,8 dew YM Nvff' 'W 3' Sk P 5' vfix Q Nia? 5 im f? f in wx V, v:, fff.g 41? w Q 3. m .L, -, 3 V 5 2 gag, 5 3 53 bf f : i Ky' X , F4 , f ' M RK Q T K' NT- ' X Q 1' gf... f 8 , N X If A -'f. ' V Vnhz j .,,, A 1 . ,,J,. K .,.A AQVV Z., "S?f 5 mv.,M,....,m x Nt" , W eqs IW Q J , X X YA 242' I NN fx :my 1. x N X 1 Q X is X xx-X Q' QA x VX, K , , . , K S y , -, . -X ., - 3 , Y - lRy.,Q,1: 4 . 9515, .- f Qw f gm, X, x fx M5513 i . A . ' V P " wg ' fr 'S ' J. WL wg Q: ,,., x f fm., P T ' j X ' f ' x ,- f Q Xefigii X ' M f 'R .F W X . , W- V , ,ygxxx . . 'X fgk ' ' - f :f fi i -QQ, - xy N :vs -Q . ,. ' 5 f - 7757 .if 5 5 ' IIN , X 1 Nw Kali ,. ' f - . wp. .f 1-1 rw. v - ,,,. 5 , , , . . NA . , rx, .IN Q-:-,wi , .. ..x, R 5 " , - Q55 " P ..,. X V1 ' "-' A Altl x, ..,. :, ' ' -.-- ' 2554-Q5,Q? -. ' X X , W I 1 A X.. Ii: J! ,W K X, 6.4, A -' ..f . 'wY5?ff'.L71' , .fi f far, 4 N' Vw www 1 fb 6 fy? gf 7 fs 'XJ V f -3: , F Q Q. A, . , 2 E? f V f up 5 Q fx 4' 2932, . , 1 F N' mx 2 K x v Q f X 0 ,C mf Q, , X ,X if SXSW Y. Q-IN ' .... : 'IS V- 1-.s.: 1 xi' X by X X 4 , M 9 X Q Vw X x "K X ' 'Q N X X X Q ,, 0 wx X 55 X M xv C H A P T E R O F S I G M A C H I Honesl- John. "Cornering." Ri . lj IR. . izggiafiw MEMBERS ' . Class of I942 JOHN W. CONNER . . . Knoxville, Tenn. JOHN C. MCAMIS . . . . .KnoxviIIe, Tenn ALEXANDER L. CURTIS . . .... Knoxville, Tenn, WILLIAM W. PARISH . . . ,JaCkSon, Tenn CHARLES H, DACHSEL , . ....... Memphis, Tenn. SAMUEL L. STAPLETON . . . .Jaclcson, Tenn JAMES R. KELLER .... . , Knoxville, Tenn. ROBERT WHITE . . . . . Greeneville, Tenn. HUBERT N. WILSON . . . ..... Knoxville, Tenn. Class of I943 EDWARD C. ANDERTON . . . . Knoxville, Tenn, JOHNNY C. GARRETT . . . , Goodlellsville, Tenn EDWARD M. COOPER . . . . . Marion, Ark. EARL B, MCCLANAHAN . . . Nashville, Tenn WILFORD M, DAVIS . . ..... Knoxville, Tenn. JAMES H, RICHARDSON . Morrislown, Tenn EDWARD M. DOUGHERTY . . . Knoxville, Tenn. FRANK R. TINNON . . . Goodleflsville, Tenn ROBERT M, OKEY .... ..... K noxville, Tenn. Class of 944 CECIL G. ACREE .... . Nashville, Tenn. THOMAS PHILLIPS Forl Jay, Gov, Island, N. Y CHARLES O. BAIRD . . Knoxville, Tenn. WILSON W. POWERS . .... Knoxville, Tenn LAWRENCE P. BRICHETTO . . . Knoxville, Tenn, EDWARD MCC. PRIEST , . . . Hunlingdon, Tenn FRANK EMMERSON , . . . Nashville, Tenn. PAUL L. RICHEY . . . , . Knoxville, Tenn WILLIAM E. HOOSER . . , , Nashville, Tenn. WILLIAM C. SHARPE . . . . Knoxville, Tenn HAROLD JENKINS . , . . Kingsporf, Tenn. JAMES C. THORNTON . . . . Challanooga, Tenn VERNON C. KELLEY . . . . Challanooga, Tenn. WILLIAM F, TRENT .... . . Knoxville, Tenn RUDOLPH F. KLARER . . . . . Louisville, Ky. FRED H. WEIDMAN . Nashville, Tenn JERE B, MITCHEL ,,,. . . Knoxville, Tenn. THOMAS J. YARBROUGH . . Union Cily, Tenn Class of 945 STANLEY ASHTON . . . Knoxville, Tenn. JIM R. JAYNES . . . Greeneville, Tenn LAMAR ARMSTRONG . . . Clarksville, Tenn. JOHN W. KISER . . . . Maryville, Tenn f X JOHN J. BEAN . . Nashville, Tenn. ROBERT D. KORTE . . , . . Melropolis, Ill f GEORGE S. BROOKS . . . .Selmer, Tenn. JOHN E. LING . . . . .ChaHanooga, Tenn Xfs X N F-Tm ORIN D, BUTTERICK , , ,.., Helena, Ark, JAMES s, Lovmeooo . , . . Maryville, Tenn xfl f JOHN c. CARPENTER . , . . Jackson, Tenn. JAMES s. MCNEIL . . Memphis, Tenn 1 I ,. IN . HAMNER CQLLINS , , , , Memphis' Tenn, ASHTON W, MCWHORTER . . Knoxville, Tenn 'TT 1 I RX BRADFORD DALLAS , , Habana, Tenn, THOMAS T, MOORE . . . . .Cha'rlanooga, Tenn S- l fl TANNER C,DAV5 .. . .MempMg hmm HARM'H.hHCHOL .. .. .Nawvme Tmn CJ 'C X f EARL S, DAVIS . . . Knoxville, Tenn, THOMAS F. PATTON . . , . Nashville, Tenn f Cpfy, WILLIAM F. DICKEY . . . , Knoxville, Tenn, WILLIAM PATTON , . . .Old Hickory, Tenn ks I-pg ,, I JACK Donor-Io , , , , , Maffan, Tenn, WITHERS PEEBLES . , , . Maafesville, Ala Wxfyfl 9 A LENNIS DUNLAP . . . Marlin, Tenn. THOMAS W. POPE . . . .MorrisIown, Tenn 5, K V CHARLES FANT . . . Memphis, Tenn. EDWIN H. RAYSON . . . . Earlville, III If JACK'K. FRY . . Greeneville, Tenn. DAVID J, REDDICK .... . . . Knoxville, Tenn Q -A GENE D.FUDGE ,... .. Nawvme,Tmn. JOHN R.SHANKLE .... .. . .,Pmk,Tmn X,f Y JAMES A. FULLER .,.. . Fayelleville, Tenn. CHESTER C. VARNELL . . . Challanooga, Tenn A f 4 -O. CLYDE GRAVEN . . . . . Louisville, Ky. LINTON S. WATERHOUSE . . Challanooga, Tenn YJ! J, Hx' WILLIAM L, HAMILTON . . , , Orlando, Fla, WILLIAM H. WEARN . . . . . Gatlinburg, Tenn '::Fig 'T x' EDWARD G, HARRIS . . . ..... Morrlslown, Tenn. GEORGE WHITTINGTON . . . Morrislown, Tenn Q - Ag POSEY HEDGES ..... ..,.... M emphis, Tenn. FRED M. WILLIAMS . . . . .ChaIIanooga, Tenn 4 . ' ' RICHARD M. WRIGHT . . . , , , Fgfenlwood, Tenn. , 0, an , 4 ' N lf 5 9 I E263fl 5 5 miT:,s5,5:j- fglgfgeeif sxeiveu-zrrmzzm. ur. :mx mais EPSlLO.N ETA l Capl'ains?pasl' and presenl, - -Q ,. l .. if "va I 1 1, -4 . 11'-f.2..f-.',:i, ' ,r..,,:.F12..i5, 'LE.g.-2g '2 . e. -.A.. '.. ' Q. . -Y -..lm , ap:J..eI, ....'rs:4,,,.L ,ggi ,,: me a.gf.a.... fra... nf 2.1,-Meg. 21.2.1 eff ---5-Q Firsi' Row: Clarence Alexander, James Carroll, Paul Dore, James Eubanks, Jim Fly, Kennelh Lee Flame, Ray Graves, Paul A. Hughes. Second Row: C. P. lrwin, Howard C. Kirk, Jr., l.. H. Luallen, Frank McVeigh, William A. lvlonlgomery, Tom Pauley, James M. Pearson Roberl' R. Rhodes. Third Row: Kennelh lvl. Robinson, Gene Sabom, Thomas Scolr, Buford Smilh, William Sperl, C. Douglas Slephenson Warren, Tiller, Tubbs, Fourfh Row: William Tugwell, John Warren, Charles Weaver, Clyde While, Joel Whi'rl'en, Rowland Widener Sherman Wood, Edwin Wulff. ,, . , nw, . Y--,.lf.e,i e.. C H A P T E R O F S I G M A N U iffl i If CongregaI'in'. Tell him, AI. O ,A M E M B E R s Law 5655453 ' THOMAS THOMPSON . . , . .CoIumbia, Tenn. CURTIS IRWIN . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. Class of I942 PAUL HUGHES ..... . .San Anionio, Texas ROBERT WATROUS . . , . . Knoxville, Tenn. LAWRENCE LUALLEN . . . . Lake Cily, Tenn. RICHARD WATROUS . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. ROBERT PEDIGO ..., . .KnoxviIle, Tenn. WILLARD MARTIN . . , Knoxville, Tenn. WILLIAM HOUSEHOLDER . . Knoxville, Tenn. JAMES EUBANKS . . , . . Nashville, Tenn. RAY GRAVES ...,.. . . Knoxville, Tenn. THOMAS PAULEY . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. Class of I943 JAMES FLY ..,. . . . Nashville, Tenn. BUFORD SMITH . . . . . Nashville, Tenn WENDELL LONG .... .... H arriman, Tenn. JAMES TUBBS ..... . . Knoxville, Tenn FRANK McVElGH .... . .Slalen Island, N. Y. WILLIAM TUGWELL , . . . Nashville, Tenn WILLIAM MONTGOMERY ..... Memphis, Tenn. CLYDE WHITE .... . , .CarIhage, Tenn JAMES PEARSON .... . .Buenos Aires, S, A. WILLIAM EMORY . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn ROBERT RIHODES . .... Carulhersville, Mo. ALBERT HUST ..... . Cleveland, Tenn THOMAS SCOTT . ...... Sislersville, W. Va. CHARLES WEAVER . . . . . Nashville, Tenn TED BEELER ........ ....... K noxville, Tenn. :UP Class of I944 if? :,- , W KERN CATE .... . . Knoxville, Tenn. sTEvE LAWRENCE . . . . Nashville, Tenn. at KYLE CROWTHER . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. PAUL LONG .... . . Knoxville, Tenn. - ' K x ,- HOYLE FIEISDS .... . . Knoxville, Tenn. CROSIAR MINER . . Chalianooqa, Tenn. X 'Q K KENNETH FRAME . , . . Norris, Tenn. WILLIAM SPERL . . . . .Guilforcl, Conn. h ,C I N JAMES GILBERT . . . . Knoxville, Tenn, ROLAND WIDENER . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. -ll 'X X! WILLIAM KILLIAN . . . .Knoxville, Tenn. BUD WOOD , ..,. Mounl' Vernon, Ill. . . K I XL- HOWARD KIRK . . . . Nashville, Tenn. EDWIN WULFF . . . . . . Rochesler, N. Y. f I fys V R WI 4 Class of l945 fqg JAMES CAMPBELL . . . . Nashville, Tenn. DOUGLAS STEPHENSON . . Knoxville, Tenn JAMES CARROLL .... . . Knoxville, Tenn WARREN TILLER ,.... . . Knoxville, Tenn, KENNETH ROBINSON . . ..... 4. Carlhage, Tenn JOHN WARREN ..... . . Knoxville, Tenn. GENE SABOM ..... ...,.. K noxville, Tenn. WILLIAM WRIGHT . . . , . Knoxville, Tenn WILLIAM BAILEY .... ...... K noxville, Tenn. S.-Eff L2651 ' 3"'l '-Q' -.lf--gg TENNESSEE ALPHA Campbell, Keirn. ...L..5.1:n....gQ,.-..,..Q,.-,.-...a., ,,.. . .Iam Firsf Row: Ablooll, Agee, Bolls, Brier, Brown, A. C. Campbell, E. D. Campbell, Carroll, Couller. Second Row: Evans, Foos, Gabriel, l-laener, l-larlon, l-lawkins, l-laws, Hoyle, l-lunl, Lindsey. Third Row: Lowry, lvlclvlahon, Millinglon, Morlon, Myers, Parnell, Pelerson, Robbins, Roark, Rosser. Fourlh Row: Rymer, Sain, Smilli, Soefker, Slanfield, Taylor, Torbell, Williams, Wilkerson, Yales, HAPTER OF SIGMA PHIEPSILON Sig-Eping. Lounging. S . P ESI . E . I H ll c"3' 'O I AZQPEQ O I M E M B E R S 000 STANLEY BOTTS . . ,AppaIachia, Va. WILLIAM HUNT . Tellico Plains, Tenn. Class of l942 HAYDEN HOYLE . , ........ Memphis, Tenn. WILLIAM LOWRY . . . . , Knoxville, Tenn. JAMES L. SMITH .... ........ K noxville, Tenn Class of I943 JOSEPH BROOKS . . , . Lexinglon, Tenn ALBERT MCMAHON , , , . . . Challanooga, Tenn. DAVID COULTER .... . . Knoxville, Tenn WILLIAM R. PETERSON . . . . Memphis, Tenn. WILLIAM T. EVANS .... . ,QuanIico, Va PETER POWELL ..... . , . Decherd, Tenn, JOHN JOSEPH HAENER . . . . Memphis, Tenn. WALLACE ROBBINS , , , Challanooga, Tenn. JOE HARTON ....... . , Nashville, Tenn DAVID ROSSER ...., . . . Smokemonl, N, C. CLAUDE HAWS . . ........ Knoxville, Tenn. GEORGE EARL TAYLOR . . Nashville, Tenn. OLIVER AGEE . . . BURGESS BRIER . . J. E. BROWN ...., DAYTON CAMPBELL . I GARVIN FARRIS .. JOHN EOOs . . PAUL GABRIEL . . GEORGE HINES . . JOHN LUNDY . . EVERETT ABBOTT . . ALVIN CAMPBELL . . JAMES CARROLL , . BLAIR HAWKINS . . ERNEST KELLER .... CHARLES LINDSEY . OSCAR TO RBETT . . . . Knoxville , . . . Knoxville . . .Challanooga . . Challanooga, , . . Elowah, . . Knoxville, . . . . Chalfanooqa, Tenn. Class of I944 Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn . . Richmond, Va. . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. , ........ Knoxville, HARRY WILLIAMS . . Knoxville . . Knoxville, . . Savannah, . . Memphis, Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. . . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn . . . , , Challanooga, Tenn DEWITT YATES . . ERIC MILLINGTON . . NORTON MYERS , , JAMES O'BRIEN . ARCHIE PARNELL . ALBERT ROTELLA . . WILLIAM RYMER , . FRANK SMITH .... ZENAS STANFIELD . . FRED WILKERSON , . . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. Class of l945 PAUL LIPSCOMB . . , THOMAS MORTON . . ROYAL PRICE .... DEWEY ROARK . . GEORGE SPAIN .... DONALD SOEFKER . . . . ...,. Knoxville, Tenn. lf267I . . , Knoxville, Tenn. Bryson Cily, N. C. . , . .Sharon . . Knoxville, . . . . Palerson, . . .ChaI'rancoqa, . . . Knoxville, . . Memphis, . . Knoxville, .....BenI'o , Pa. Tenn. N. J. Tenn. f Tenn. N Tenn. s Tenn. 63 :sax A . ... J Q, ,I ,MI . . , Challanooga, Tenn. 4 . . .JohnslOwn, Pa. . . Knoxville, Tenn. 5 Ng . . Nashville, Tenn. + x . . Memphis, Teny. - Lllsll - i E z 5 1 1 i 1 3 z J i x I SUHUHITIES CLEO JANE THOMPSON CLEO JANE THOMPSON MARION CALDWELL . . MARY THORNBUROH . MARY NELL GREER . . FLORENCE TIPTON . . . JACOUELINE GOODRICH MARY NELL GREER . . . BETTY PAXTON .... MARY THORNBURGH . HELEN DARST ..... ELIZABETH HICKERSON CHARLOTTE HALL . . . MILDRED THOMASON , MARION CALDWELL . . MARTHA SUTTON . . . CLEO JANE THOMPSON MARY JEAN BUSH . . THYRZA ALLEN ..,. CHARLOTTE GUTHRIE . LUCILLE CHANDLER . . ELAINE MAUNEY . DOROTHY HALE . . OFFICERS MEMBERS I l I I ll MARION CALDWELL MARY THORNBURGH . , Pre-sidenl V . . Vice-Presiclem' . . . Secrelary , Trea su rer . Alpha Della Pi . . Alpha Della Pi . . Alpha Omicron Pi . Alpha Omicron Pi D l .Chi Omega FLORENCE UPTON JACQUELINE GOODRICH . . . . Chi Omega , . Della Della Della . . Della Della Della ' "wp . . . Della Zela . Della Zela . Kappa Della . Kappa Della 4 . Phi Mu . . . . Phy Mu . . Sigma Kappa , . Sigma Kappa . . Zela Tau Alpha . . Zela Tau Alpha MARTHA SUTTON JEAN BUSH L270fI I I I .I Il 1 1 I I ,i .U I I I iai- Hellenic Enuniil The Pan-l-lellenic Council is composed oT Two represenTaTives Trom each sororiTy aT The UniversiTy. The aim oT This organizaTion is To promoTe Triendship and cooperaTion among The sororiTies, and one oT iTs mosT imporTanT duTies is To make The sororiTy rushing rules. This council is To be commended Tor iTs splendid worlc and success. MARY NELL GREER BETTY PAXTON HELEN DARST ELIZABETH HICKERSON CHARLOTTE HALL MILDRED THOMAS THYRZA ALLEN CHARLOTTE GUTHRIE LUCILLE CHANDLER ELAINE MAUNEY DOT HALE E2711 AALPHA KA PPA 4:13552-L-girl H331--g:g,1--.1 1 1-.ragga-,-'iv r ws-m'-:f3L'21im'uv:m:3za5i,:w:e'umz-f'E,v:3u:G3m, uL I FLORENCE TIPTON, Presiaeni. Da+In' +he Alpha Delh- g5E'.r.,.-1.-ff?s.' 237.-iiizw ff.,-.'111-:L-al,ztzizfsrxe-:azas-.rafff.-...11if:::::r:.QExi1::':::x.H'-.ra -af. 'Ur-gr va' 'rLTi?gT1'i22Hi-1fF1Tf.r2.532135Sfritifili.I IT' fgiariiifa ,. . 1 4:13 ir' Lf: -rr '11 : L -x:gf:i:1c fn':.,Li::tEz1::::i:- ':'i'1'1n5f 'iz ' :zgqarm bflfiilri-Tfblill Firsf Row: Arfhur, Baumgardner, Blakely, Bradford, Breazeale, Brown, Buland, Bulluck, Carmichael, Carr, Clack, Colven. Second Row: Cranwell, Daniel, DeBusk, Dickey, Donaghy, Falconnier, Fowlkes, Franklin, Goodrich, Griffifh, Hass, Hartman. Third Row: Herringfon Jernigan, Johnson, Jones, Lipscomb, Lund, lvlafher, McBafh, lvlclnfosh, McLean, McMillan, Monfgomery. Fourfh Row: Morris Oglesby, Phipps, Pickle, Reagan, Reeder, Rogers, D. Rownfree, L. Rownfree, Schaeffer, Seller, C. Smifh. Fiffh Row: l. Smifh, Swafford Thomas, Tipfon, Von Brarner, Welley, Walfer, Wafers, Whife, Williams, K. Wiseman, S. Wiseman. C H APTER OF ALPHA DELTA Pl Qi + M-M-M-M . . , Phipps! AT The room. ll .efif. 4459: mba .459 --1 ' , ,' 1" , MEMBERS . ff., .l I' Gracluale T 2,3 K BELLE BULLOCK ..........,.. Wilmingfon, N. C. Class of I942 MARGARET ARTHUR . . . . . Mascof Tenn. WYNN JONES . . . .... Norris, Tenn. MARION BLAKELY . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. LILLIAN NEWBY . . . .Knoxville, Tenn, MARY JEAN CLACK . . , . Knoxville, Tenn, NORMA RIBELIN , , . Greenville, N, C. SARA FRANCES COLVIN . . Knoxville Tenn. WILMA ROGERS . . . Knoxville, Tenn MARY BETH CRANWELL . . Pikeville, Tenn. LUCY ROUNTREE . . . . Knoxville, Tenn FLORENCE DANIEL . . . . . Knoxville Tenn. CHARLENE SMITH . . Chalfanooga, Tenn WANDA ERWIN ..... , . Memphis, Tenn. FLORENCE TIPTON .,.. . . Dyersburg, Tenn EUGENIA FRANKLIN . , . . Knoxville, Tenn. MARY LOUISE WATERS . . Sevierville, Tenn Class of I94-3 SHIRIEY BAUMGARDNER . . . Brisfol, Tenn. BARBARA REAGAN . . . . Knoxville, Tenn BETTY JO BROWN ..., .,.. B risfol, Tenn. JEAN REEDER , . . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn HELEN BULAND ...., , . ST. Pelersburg, Fla. DOROTHY ROUNTREE . , . Knoxville, Tenn. BETTY DeBUSK ...... . .Greenville, Tenn. ELSIE SELLERS , . . . ST. Peiersburg, Fla. MARY FRANCES DICKEY , , Knoxville, Tenn. ISABEL SMITH ..... . . Kingsport, Tenn. LADY GREY .....,.. . . . Knoxville, Tenn. MARY JO SWAFFORD . . . Pikeville, Tenn. CHRISTINE HARVEY . . . . . , Knoxville, Tenn. HELEN THOMAS .,.. . . Bluff Cify, Tenn. MARGARET JOHNSON . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. LOUISE WALLEY . . . . Brookhaven, Miss. MARY CLEVE LUND . . . . ST. Pefersburg, Fla. LYLE WALTER . , . . . Knoxville, Tenn. MARY LEA MORRIS . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. SELITA WEISMAN , . . .Tullahoma, Tenn. CHARLENE OAKES . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. SARA WHITE . . . . .Carfhage, Tenn. Class of 944 'Cf' JUNE CARR ....... . . Knoxville, Tenn. LOUISE LIPSCOMB . . , . . Bessemer, Ala, wi T- : T 7, MARY JANE DONAGHEY . , . Knoxville, Tenn. BETTY MEEATH ..... wiimiiigian, N. C. I ,Q " E ANN FOWLKES ..... . .Waverly, Tenn. CORA JANE MCMILLAN Wilmingfon, N. C. . ii -'-' JACOUELINE GOODRICH . . . Memphis, Tenn. ALICE MATHER ..... . . Knoxville, Tenn. - Y CHARLOTTE GRIEETTH . . . Miaaiesboia, ky. FRANCES Ri-iiPPs .... . . Memphis, Tenn. , 'I fx ANN HARVEY ...... ...... K noxville, Tenn, BETTY JANE PICKELL . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. Ti, ,X KX X F ELIZABETH HERRINGTON ...... Knoxville, Tenn, LILLIAN VON BRAMER . , Kingsporf, Tenn. -I I X CAROLYN WILLIAMS ..... ..... L iflle Rock, Ark. ' r I yt' x f f Class of l945 V' V VIRGINIA BRADFORD . . ..... Macon, Ga. BETTY ANN JERNIGAN . . . Knoxville, Tenn, ' iglx ANN BREZEALLE .,... . . eieeiiviiie, s. C. CAROL MCINTOSI-I . . , A . Memphis, Tenn. 'IJ DOTTIE CARMICHEAL . . . , . Knoxville, Tenn. ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY . . . . Memphis, Tenn. CHARLOTTE FALCONNIER ...,, Knoxville, Tenn. MARGARET MCLEAN .... . . Shelbyville, Tenn, IVALENE HAAS ...... .... B alfle Creek, Mich, JULIA OGLESBY ..... . . . Memphis, Tenn. BETTY MARIE HARTMAN ...... Knoxville, Tenn. BETTY ANN SCHAFFER . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. KATHERINE WEISMAN . . ..... Tullahoma, Tenn. . .1 -1' fi 4' fs' Tz7s1 "" If OMI-CRON CIH MARY NELL GREER, President Three abfeasf- -iismggggsirmfarqx-2:-:.a541LefTi'i:envuam::,1gw.TilL 'IQP:.:.f::s-am1r1mz'n'm::wx1t7nif:s:e332121123.41111511191:22.:Q:m4r5g.L54.:1Q.f:Y:-ofalrygxmf :a-: 'rr ::ea,'7..:1f::L3iim?3K'.nzssffrmltr-Q: .tai zam,'eiygg1Q..::gfQ1.mmz:'.'-.if.1.:.11-pH'-'1 Firsl' Row: Allen, Boolh, Boswell, Bauer, Brandau, Clageif, Covell, Crone, Curry, Dicks. Second Row: Early, Edmunds, Ervell, Evans, Fisher, Gabriel, Gillespie, Gordon, Granger, S. Greer. Third Row: Hamilfon, l-lankins, Hooker, Horner, Keesee, Kincaid, Lively, Lowry, McClamrock, Miller. Fourlh Row: Moore, Nelson, Noell, Nunn, Paxlon, Peeples, Rash, Sprigg, Siegall, Slromguisf, Sumners. Fiffh Row: E. Swan, P. Swan, J. Tafum, P, Tafum, Thones, Thurman, Turner, Wade, Wesf, While, Wilson. 1521.73.51 2,gmT:1ft4 1-rgr:5:ie5e':,.:feg:1m:f1-'ew 1,mi':2ff+':1ffV i2GHl'1ffi '1Wf'f-E'73S-I TER OF ALPHAOMICRON PI Il 'I I dv Lovely Lowery. Wilma and Dollie, A I h U . IJ 0 Il fiyfwfa, fi -123234 OFFICERS II5!,,,,,,,g MARY NELLE GREER . . .... .A,.. P fesadeni JANE HAMILTON . . ........ secfeiafy - JULIA EARLY ..., ...L,. , , vice-Pfeszdenf MARY EVELYN ALLEN . . , .Corresponding Secrefarv EMILY GRANGER ..,,.. .......... T feasuref 'AIII' M E M B E R S Class of l942 MARYDEL BOSWELL . .Greenwood Miss. BEAUMONT MILLER . , . IJohnson Cily, Tenn. LUCILLE BUNCH . . . , . Harriman, Tenn. MARGARET NELSON . . . . Newporf, Tenn. CLARICE EVANS . . . ,Tullahon'Ia, Tenn. PEGGY NASH .... , . Clinfon, Tenn SARAH GREER . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. EDNA SWAN ,.,. . . Dandridge, Tenn EMILY KING . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. JULIA THURMAN . . . . Birmingham, Ala Class of I943 MARGARET BACON . . Chalfanooga, Tenn. LLEWELLYN SPRIGG . . . . Lillle Rock, Ark VIRGINIA BRANDAU . . Knoxville Tenn. EDITH SUMMERS . . , . Ridgelv, Tenn. VIRGINIA FISHER . . ,Round Lake, Miss. POLLY TATUM . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn, NANCY 'HORNER . . . Morrislown Tenn. SALLY WADE . . . . . Trenlon, Tenn. BETTY PAXTON . . . . Knoxville Tenn. BETTY WILSON . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. Class of I944 - HELEN ASHE . . . Knoxville Tenn. SUE HOOKER . , . . Memphis, Tenn RUTH COLLINS . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. LILLIAN KEESEE . . . , Helena, Ark NANCY CURRY . . . . Knoxville Tenn. CHARLOTTE KINCAID . . . . Knoxville, Tenn JANE Dicks . . Challanooga, Tenn, ELsIE LIVELY ,.II . .KnoxviIle, rem KN, IRENE EDMUNDS . . . Knoxville Tenn. JOAN MOORE . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. GERTRUDE EWELL . . .,.... Knoxville, Tenn. LAURA NOEL .,.... . . . Memphis, Tenn BECKY GABRIEL . . ..... Waynesboro, Va. ANN STROMQUIST . . . . . Challanooga, Tenn fm. . PEGGY SWANN . . . . ........ Knoxville, Tenn. ,naw X 6 Cl 'I 945 M f r 0 ass o . N S BETTY BAUER . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. PAT LOWRY ....... . . Knoxville, Tenn J- Q X I R 2 SARAH BOOTH , . . . . Asheville, N. C. RIOSE MCCLAMROCK . . . . Knoxville, Tenn W I 6 I ff l MARY ELIZABETH BROWN . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. LUCILLE NUNN .... . , Denver, Colo fi- E A NELLE CLAGETT . I . . . Knoxville, Tenn. NANCY PEEPLES .,.. . .Memphis, Tenn, BEVERLY COVELL . . . . Washinglon D. C. GERTRUDE STEAGALL . . . . Jackson, Tenn. X ,,, DOT CRONE ..,... I , . Emporium, Pa. JEANNIE PAT TATUM . . , . Knoxville, Tenn. -MX 5 MARTHA GILLESPIE . . Maryviiie, Tenn. PEGGY rHoNEs . . . . , Memphis, Tenn. I 14, MARY GORDON . . . ....., Memphis, Tenn. MARTHA TURNER . . . . Knoxville, Tenn.l' WILMA HANKINS . , .......... Tampa, Fla, ALICE WEST ....... . . Memphis, Ten 'R 7 BARBARA WHITE ...., ...... K noxville, Tenn. Q Z I 4294 ab' " -5... I5-...I L2751 W ' P I C H A P F,.,...l-, .1 --- Y V. Tri-' MARY THORNBURGH, President Bibb and Webb bbCbb"+i"'- Firsl' Row: Adcock, K. Arnold, R. Arnold, Ashe, Ayres, Barkley, Beaman, Bibb, Bigger, Brehm, Childs, Clemens. Second vRow: Coffman K. Cross, M. J. Cross, Darsl, Dickinson, Donaldson, Dorlsch, Dryden, Egerlon, Elam, Elrod, Enochs, Evans. Third Row: Everell Fonde: Fowler, Fox, Franklin, Graham, Griffin, Handly, Haslings, Ingram, Keener, Keller, Lacey. Fourlh Row: Lady, Leach, Marlorell, Mc Callie, J. McCready, P. McCready, McDonald, Monlgornery, Moore, Murphy, Payne, Perkins, Quinn. Fif1'l1 Row: Ralslon, Ray, Sfeele Sluarl, Tribble, Vannah, Vaughn, Warren, Webb, Whaley. M. Woodward, P. Woodward, S. Woodward. 411 ! O-O-O-O-O-Childs! Froliclcing Frankie. C h . ll CHARLOTTE BEAMAN ALICE J. BREHM . . LOIS ELROD 4... LOUISE ENOCH , . MARJORIE EVANS . FAY GRIFFIN .... TRUDY HANLEY . . . PEGGY MCCREADY . KATE LYNN BARKLEY ANN BIGGER ..., HELEN CHILDS . . HELEN DARST . BETSY DRYDEN , , LAURA EGERTON . . SI. . Knoxville, . Knoxville . . , Rufherford Hunlingdon . Knoxville, . . Dululh, . Knoxville, , Knoxville . Knoxville . Selmer, Pelersburg, Fla . Knoxville, . Nashville, Knoxville, JACKIE STEELE . . MEMBERS Class of I942 Tenn, MARGIE MCDONALD . . Tenn MARTHA MONTGOMERY Tenn HORTENSE PERKINS . . Tenn MILDRED POLK ...., Tenn RUTH RAY .,..,,. Minn MARY THORNBURG . . Tenn PEGGY TRIBBLE .... Tenn MARY WOODWARD . . Class of I943 Tenn MARJORIE FRANKLIN , Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn NAN INGRAM l.., LAURETTE KEENER . . HELEN MCCALLIE . . . ELORA MAE MOORE . FRANCES ouinn . . . .....,...Ripley,Tenn Class of I944 RODDIE ARNOLD . . . Knoxville, Tenn, BETTY LEACH .... . . ISABEL ASHE , , , . Knoxville, Tenn JANET MCCREADY , , , CONNIE AYRES , , . . Knoxville, Tenn. MARJORIE MORTARELL VIRGINIA BIBB . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. INEZ MURPHY . . . . CAROLINE CLEMENS . Knoxville, Tenn. ELIZABETH ANN RALSTON . . . JUDY DORTCH . . . Lilfle Rock, Ark. MARGARET WEBB . . , , , . BETTY FOWLER . . . Knoxville, Tenn. MARTY WHALEY . . . ANN LACEY ,. . . . Knoxville, Tenn. SARA WOODWARD . . JEWEL LADY , Knoxville Tenn. PAT WOODWARD . Class of I945 MARY ANN ADCOCK .KnoxvilIe, Tenn. BARBARA FOX . . TUT ARNOLD . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. RUTH GRAHAM . LILY COEFMAN . . . . Knoxville, Tenn, MARY JO HASTINGS . KATHERINE CROSS . . Knoxville, Tenn. MARGARET KELLER . . MARY JANE CROSS . . Knoxville, Tenn. LAURA PAYNE . , , . JOSEPHINE DICKINSON . . . .... Harlan, Ky. ZOE STUART . . . . BETTY DONALDSON . . . . . Long Island, N. Y. MARY ANN VAUGHN . . ll . . . Knoxville . Clarksdalel, . Brookhaven, . . Knoxville, . . Memphis . Knoxville Tenn Miss. Miss Tenn Tenn Tenn FI. Lauderdale, Fla . . Knoxville, Tenn FI. Meyers, Fla . . Decalur, . . Knoxville, . . Knoxville, . .. Trenlon, . . , Maryville, . . Knoxville, , . Knoxville, . . .Tampa, . . Delroil, . . Cahauca, . . Knoxville, . . Knoxville, . . Knoxville, Ga Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn College Park, Ga. 4. . . , Orlando, . . Memphis, . . Memphis, . . Knoxville, . . Knoxville, . . . . Knoxville, . Covinglon, e '5' V4 ,fluff ,ny if Tenn. Tenn. X FI . ,' Micii. T V719 Miss Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. I I Lf I B lil Q J 6 Q ,Q Q ei Fl . - Tenj. X - Q Q I ,- . Tenn. K xx T . 1222. E5.:i4,,sX Tenn. If uf Tenn. X' NU In I 1 1 wliqy NI - ,l 1 W ' ba 'kill I 277-I if i,- 1 l , DELTA SIGMA i ii l l, i i 5,3 ,Ye rg -4 , frzggve fee -rad wwe: Q 311mf3z.r::.mf..v.: fzefa-E.w:::m11n:sf.fv 11iLg,45Fl-wuqfifgeaie iw-W -D-1 f ELIZABETH HICKERSON, Presidenl. Briscoeing, ' ir 3 ll T. V i A ,J.4.:..L4 g4f.LLgQ,e.e,-e4..:J.....L,eJE'...E51la.,Is'j,':4i1e1 ,.ig,,ge.,, ,aw iglsxeg- 2.21 cailfii 456152.:'iQ..gZ,5hug,,,,r ,, ,L V FE, 27.21 4.7 :E-25.'1.i'.a,,.JI1Lf.I.L-p:,rgEZ5ffEL'ie.1I!f1111 i2.,:.2:.: ..i,:2:.rLx:4-5Te5""-ak.3255.34-51:fEE:.diHEf33Q2.i..QL4I'' 'H' ' ' Firsl Row: Acuff, Anderson, Banks, Belole, Bibb, Bollon, Bowman, Bradley, Brann, Braylon, E. Caldwell. Second Row: H. Caldwell, 1 Carmichael, Carler, Crozier, Ederingfon, Emerl, Fowler, C-arlh, Goodson, Greer, Hall. Third Row: Hayes, Haynes, Hickerson, Jackson, l Lewallen, Mayfield, C. McLaughlin, T. McLaughlin, Merlz, Moore, Murphy. Fourrh Row: Parker, Penlicosl, Pounds, Phillips, Praler, Pravell, Priesl, F. Richard, H. Richard, H. Roberls, P. Roberls, Ruffin. Fiflh Row: Russel, Sisk, Slarnps, Slrickland, Sfubley, Sulherland Thomison, Walker, Websfer, Wild, Wilkins, Williams. ' l. HAPTER OF DELTA DELTA DELTA z 3 li S i l I I I Illllll Illllll Illllll Def. I NEI-I 5 Wi' Wi I .,, I lb! W LM a t , I , "' 4' M E M B E R S Class of I942 MARY RUT'H BIBB . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. CELDON LEWALLEN . . . Clinlon, Tenn. EVELYN BANKS . . . , Clarksdale, Ark. HELEN MOORE ..... , Knoxville, Tenn EDNA BOWMAN . .. Carrolllon, Ill. BETTY ANN MURPHY .. Knoxville, Tenn. EDNA BRAYTON . . . . Dyersburg, Tenn. FELICIA PARKER . . . Knoxville, Tenn ASTRID BRETT . . . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. ANN POTTER . , . . . . .CrossvilIe, Tenn MARY KATE GARTH . . . . , Athens, Ala. SARA LOUISE PRATER . Knoxville, Tenn ELIZABETH HICKERSON . . . ,Manchesler, Tenn. ALICE PRIEST .,... Hunfingdon, Tenn KATHERINE HICKERSON . . .Greenville, Tenn. HELEN RICHARD . . Knoxville, Tenn GRAYSON HUNGERFORD ...... Memphis, Tenn. HARRIET ROBERTS . . Palmer, Tenn DOROTHY JACKSON . . ........ Dyer, Tenn. VIRGINIA RUFFIN .... . Memphis, Tenn ANN SUTHERLAND ............. Knoxville, Tenn. Class of 943 BETTY ROSE ACUFF . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. MARGARET HAYNES .... , . IIDTOHVIIIS, Ienn MARY JANE ANDERSON . , Kingsporl, Tenn. CATHERINE MCLAUGHLIN . . . . Knoxville, Tenn FRANCES BOLTON . . .... Tupelo, Miss. LA RUE PENTECOST . . . . . Dresden, Tenn ANN BRADLEY .,.. . . Knoxville, Tenn. RUBY PREVATT ...... . .Tavares, Fla ANN BRANN ,...., . . Dresden, Tenn. FRANCES POUNDS . . . Jackson, Tenn HARRIET CALDWALL . . . , . Knoxville, Tenn. EDNA RUSSELL .... . Greenville, Tenn HELEN EDERINGTON . . .,..,, Warren, Ark. VIRGINIA THOMISON . Afhens, Tenn SARA BETTY FOWLER . . ,.... Knoxville, Tenn. DOROTHY WILD ..... Charlesfon, S. C ALAIRE WILKINS .... . ..... Ponchaloula, La. Class of I944 I X! . Xf' N f"'N ELIZABETH ANN BELOTE . . Memphis, Tenn. PEGGY ROBERTS . . . Palmer, Tenn ,I N X Y SARA CLEMENTS .... . . Knoxville, Tenn. FRANCES RICHARD . . . Knoxville, Tenn E- xx MILDRED CARTER . . . . . . Memphis, Tenn. DOROTHY SISK ..... . Knoxville, Tenn "' ,f. Z B ELIZABETH CROZIER . , . Columbia, Tenn. JEANNE STRICKLAND . . Jacksonville, Tenn K ' fy IN CHARLOTTE HALL . . . . . Maryville, Tenn. CAROLYN SUTHERLAND . . . . Knoxville, Tenn EJ 'fl f MARGARET PHILLIPS . . .... Knoxville, Tenn. BILLIE GRACE WALKER fi:-l' T' . .'-Milafn,'Tenn C I XD! , ' l ALICE RALSTON .,.. . . Middlesboro, Tenn. MARTHA ANN WEBSTER . . . . Knoxville, Tenn Wad? in v A NJ! 1 Class of l945 I' X EMALEE CALDWELL . , ..... Brislol, Va. SARA LOUISE MAYFIELD . . .A'rhens, Tenn. ,X Ax. NANCY CARMICHAEL . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. LOUISE MCLAUGHLIN . . . . Knoxville, Tenn ISK fi :sua 4 JEAN EMERT .....,... . , Knoxville, Tenn. BARBARA MERTZ .... . , .Chicago, Ill. X51 fi '. BETTY GREER ,......,.. . . . Knoxville, Tenn. Lols STAMPS .... . . . Knoxville, Tenn. 6 ' K MARY MCKINNEY GOODSON . , . . Knoxville, Tenn. GLENNA STUBLEY . . . Knoxville, Tenn, A ' ' - 'R- ELIZABETH HAYES ...... . . . Knoxville Tenn. KATHRYN WILLIAMS . . . .PaIafka, Fla, 1 xl Q Y 5 JZ - 4 If279fI MILDRED THOMAS, Presidenr. Here! BETA LAMBDA pa.: . ,ag Qafgsiw Cf' ,ar '353232,1v52iMl3.QE-53ifiZugsA'LfF'i :keine I V ..W1..,--,.,, Y,Y- , ,,V:W.1,m-1-Y,-1Z:--rf.-.f fe- .,,-,--mi.fqe,.Y, M -., , - . ,V v .fr V--V -VVX -an V . V . .- V Y L. me . . - - K. f - - W V ,. -Masque.: Firsl Row: Lila Jane Armslrong, Jane Bailey, Marian Caldwell, Elizabelh Campbell, Mary Louise Carroll, Tupper Dooly. Second Row: Belly Rulh Early, Pauline Sevens, Virginia Hixson, Willena Leach, Willie Rulh Nicely, Frances Jean Fallon, Eslie Regisler. Third Row: Alice Rulh Robinson, Marlha Smilh, Sarah Smilh, Bobbie Slerling, Mildred Thomas, Berlie Thompson, Edna Wallace. A AA. fw,....:f,-W eu, W T,.L.Xae.o..,,.W L, ..v,.,.,.i..-..,.,,e-, .. f,2.,..:.,.,-Leda, , ,.,. ,. A, ' 1 V-, Y ,. -,ideal r ,,,,. L. , ,151 ,.., M., ' ME, W, Q ,:' Ls- . .... 1 L11 Luv: ..1".g,-We L-- 5 l l' I' C H A P T E R O F D E L T A Z E T A IIBI MILDRED THOMAS , . WILLENA LEACH , , WILLIE RUTH NICELY . LILA JANE ARMSTRONG MARION CALDWELL . JANE BAILEY . . . PAULINE GIVENS . . ELIZABETH CAMPBELL . . TUPPER DOOLEY . . . VIRGINIA HIXSON . . In 'Ihe dorm. "II"s mel" III IH . . Presidenf . Vice-Presidenl MEMBERS Class . . Somerville, Tenn. . . Alcoa, Tenn. Class . . , Knoxville, Tenn. . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn, SARAH SMITH . . Class . . . . Marion, Ala. . . . Bay S+. Louis, Miss. EDNA WALLACE . . Class . . Ben'Ion, Tenn. . , Conasauga, Tenn. . . Hixson, Tenn. of I942 ESTIE REGISTER '. . . BERTIE THOMPSON . . of I943 MARY LOUISE CARROLL BETTY RUTH EARLY . . . . . Rockwood, Tenn, of I944 VIRGINIA KING . . . MARTHA REYNOLDS . . . . Eounfain Cify, Tenn. of I945 FRANCES JEAN PATTON ALICE ROBINSON . . . BOBBIE JEAN STERLING lzssil I II . Secretary . Treasurer . Brucelon, Tenn. . . Oneida, Tenn. . Selmer, Tenn. . . Brisfol, Va. Challanooga, Tenn. . . Concord.Tenn. . , . Cleveland, Tenn. . . Knoxville, Tenn, Eounfain Cify, Tenn. Jaw? , NQQ fa efbig I IIIIII' E3 3 s I 'J if :.. ' T' ' A 'ni ' x .g .M i ' F N I I 'If fb I ,L K CV -TE? X 29 all A 3? S 2 2 Z 2 3 ALPHA EPSILO VIRGINIA HUSSEY, Presiclenl: X 5-I5 are 5P0Vl5WOm9n - - - Firsl' Row: Andes, Bassi, Baynes, Blackburn, Brewer, Brown, Caldwell, Chapin, Conyers, Crawford. Second Row: Dail, Dance, A. J. Davis, V. Davis, Dooley, Evans, Fourman, Fraser, Freeman, Fulghurn, Galloway. Third Row: Gales, Godfrey, Grubbs, Haney, Harfshorn, Hayes, Hill, Keirn, Koonlz, Krauch, Lasseller. Fourth Row: Law, Lynch, L. Marlin, R. Marlin, McCallum, Newman, Osf, Paflon, Pickens, Pflange, Rawls. Fiflh Row: Rifllemeyer, Shulrs, Smill-n, Snow, Sullivan, Sulion, Thompson, Tindall, Weiland, Willis, Wilson. CHAPTER OF KAPPA DELTA -W and mili+aris+s. Queen Snow's righi-hand man. FRANCES CALDWELL . LOUISE GALLOWAY , . ELIZABETH GODFREY . . CLARA GUBBS ..... ERNESTINE I-IANEY . . DOROTHY HAYNES . . JANE BAYNES . . . HARRIET CHAPIN . , . MARJORIE CONYERS . . . MARY LOVE CRAWFORD ANNA JEAN DAVIS . . DORIS EVANS ..... DOROTHY FULGHUM . JEAN BREWER .. JUDY BROWN . . JEAN DAIL .....,. BETTY JO FRASER .,.. BETTY JANE FREEMAN . NELL HILL, ...,.. . BETTY ANDES .... EVELYN BASSI ,... DOROTHY BLACKBURN MARY JANE DANCE . . VIRGINIA DAVIS . . JEAN DOOLEY .... ROSEMARY FORMAN , . . . Knoxville, Tenn. , , Knoxville, Tenn. . . . Knoxville, Tenn. . .Johnson Ciiy, Tenn. . . . . . Ripley, Miss, 3 :ye aa two lvl E M B E R s 2 KN V' is had eq? Class of l942 ' VIRGINIA HIJSSEY . . .KnoxviIle, Tenn REBECCA MARTIN . . . . . Bemis, Tenn BETTY ANNE RAWLS . 4 . . Memphis, Terln CAROLYN SULLIVAN , Gerrnanlown, Tenn CLEO JANE THOMPSON . . Knoxville, Tenn MARY LINDA WILSON Fayeileville, Tenn . . , Knoxville, Tenn. Cla . . . Ripley, Miss. . .GreenviIIe, Tenn. . . Henderson, Tenn. . . .Yazoo Cify, Miss. . . . Harriman, Tenn. . . . , . Brownsville, Tenn. . ...... Memphis, Tenn. SARA WILLIS .... Class of I . . Knoxville, Tenn. . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. . . Winlerville, N. C. , . . FT. Lauderdale, Fla. . . . . , . Knoxville, Tenn. Porfland, Tenn. BOBBIE LOUISE SMITH . ss of I943 HELEN LASSITER . . . BARBARA NEWMAN , , CECELIA PFLANZE . FRANKIE SNOW , . JOYCE SHULTS . . . Class of I945 , , , Knoxville, Tenn. . . Oakville, Tenn. . . Lynnville, Tenn. . . . Knoxville, Tenn. . . . Knoxville Tenn. I . ..... Knoxville Tenn. . , . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn DOROTHY RITTELMEYER , . ...,., Memphis, Tenn. . . Knoxville, . . Maryville, Charlesfon, . Knoxville, Tenn Tenn Mo Tenn Q W MARTHA SUTTON . . Johnson Cify, Tenn HAZEL TINDOLL . , . . . I-larrirnan, Tenn . . . . .Jonesboro, Tenn. 944 GLORIA KEIRN ..., . . . Alcoa, Tenn RUTH ANN KOONTZ . . . Bailey, Tenn, LOIS MARTIN ..., . . .MaryviIle, Tenn ELMERIA MCCALLUM . . . . Henderson, Tenn. S JANICE OST ..,,,. , . Memphis, Tenn. 1-W IVA PICKENS . . . , . . . Seymour, Tenn. . . . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn, 63 .W , J lawns' , f U 'NW - - Nl '32 Ima ' y I X6 I FRANCES GATES ..,. . Knoxville, Tenn, 4 +- I hs VIRGINIA HARTSHORN . . .AsheviIle, N C. X AUDREY KRAUCH , . . . . Memphis, Tenn. N N., DOROTHY LAW . . . . . , Maryville, Tenn. -I' A JosEPHlNE LYNCH . . . Knoxville, Tenn. I I JEAN MCWHIRTER . . . , .KnoxvilIe, Tenny' BETTY PATTON ,..... . . Knoxville, Tens'I, Tig! I f 39 P- -i..-li.: P2831 gf Q I MARY JEAN BusH, Presidenl. Pe++v preps for Phi Phofmal Firsl' Row: Thyrza Allen, Mary Evelyn Ashe, Harlley Barrell, Belly Brown, Marlha Carroll, Bellye Jayne Cafe, Sue Crizer, Mary Elizalaelh Edlinglon. Second Row: Josephine Emery, Mary Elizaloelh Evrard, Mildred Hays, Jean Hill, Kalherine Hines, Helen Huffman, Mary Elizabefh Johnson, Adelene Kennedy. Third Row: Virginia Layman, Kafherine Lisl, Rulh Loeber, Margarel' Lowe, Marilyn Lowry, Dor- olhy Marlin, Jean McCIeslcey, Marion McElyer, Anne Molleson. Fourlh Row: Isabell Porlrum, Mary Peoples, Helen Pelly, Hilda Ply- Iey, Mary Pryor, Jane Rogers, Dorolhy Roos, Virginia Sanders, Mary Lou Sawyer. Fiflh Row: Margarel Shay, Dol Shedd, Jane Slaplelon, Kalhleen Thrower, Frances Thurmond, Charlene Vaughn, June Waddell, Charlolle Wingfield, Jean Wyrick. KAPPACHAP ,H ,..,--,-.... M, rr W T E R O F P H I M U Phi Mu homecoming floal. In lhe gym. 0 Qc, . SW' fi OFFICERS rmfblaeqges JEAN BUSH ,... ,... P resideni JEAN HILL . . , .Secrelary MARILYN LOWERY . . . ,Vice-President HILDA PLYLY 4 . . .Treasurer MEMBERS Seniors HARTLEY BARRETT . . . .ChaHanooga, Tenn. MILDRED HAYS . , Lewisburg, Tenn. ELIZABETH BROWN , . .,.,,. Knoxville, Tenn, JEAN HILL ...... . Knoxville, Tenn. JEAN BUSH ..,.. . . , . Clinfon, Tenn. HELEN HUFFMAN . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. MARILYN LOWERY . . .....,. Knoxville, Tenn Juniors JOSEPHINE EMORY . . , . .CoIumbia, Tenn. HILDA PLYLY . , . ,Vonore, Tenn Sophomores FRANCES ADKINS . . . Birmingham, Ala. ANN MALLESON , . .New York, N. Y THYRZA ALLEN .... Allenla, Ga. HELEN PETTY . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn MARTHA CARROLL . . , . . Favefleville, Tenn. ISABEL PORTRUM . , Rogersville, Tenn. MARY ELIZABETH EVARD . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. MARY PRYOR , . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. KATHERINE HINES ,.....,, . Calhoun, Tenn. JANE RODGERS .... . .KnoxvilIe, Tenn MARY ELIZABETH JOHNSON ..... Knoxville, Tenn, MARY LOU SAWYER . . . . Lynchburg Tenn. VIRGINIA LAYMAN .... Knoxville, Tenn, DOROTHY SHEDD , .I . Challanooga, Tenn. I JEAN WYRICK ..... ........ C orrylon, Tenn. C -NVRD 1 Freshmen JEAN WYRICK .... . . Corrydon, Tenn. MARION MCELEYEA . . . Knoxville, Tenn. MARY EVELYN ASHE . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. MARY PEEPLES . . . , Knoxville, Tenn BETTY JANE CATE . . . Knoxville, Tenn. DOROTHY JEAN ROSS . . . Knoxville, Tenn. K Lf I E' 0 SUE CRIZER .... .... . . .Appalachia, Va. VIRGINIA SANDERS , , . . Dresden, Tenn. I Q J G Qi MARY ELIZABETH EDINGTON . . Knoxville, Tenn. MARGARET SHARP . . . ,. Knoxville, Tenn. X ,fx I3 ADDE MARIE KENNEDY . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. FRANCES SITES . . . .CIarksville, Tenn. X Q Q, CATHERINE LIST ..., . . ,Soddy, Tenn. JANE STAPLETON . . . . Knoxville Tenn. I, LEX' - RUTH LOEBER ,... . . Knoxville, Tenn. KATHLEEN THROWER . . . Knoxville, Tenn. ND MARGARET LOWE . . . Knoxville, Tenn. FRANCES THURMOND . .Dyersburg, Tenn. XIIXNJL 3. Xi- DOROTHY MARTIN . . . . Knoxville, Tenn, JUNE WADDELL . . Knoxville, Tenn. NI IP JEAN MCCLESKEY . . . . Arnericus, Ga. CHARLOTTE WINGFIELD Elizabefhfon, Tenn, JN IZQSI .I XII .4 I L I ll L-K Q - gi... 18 7 ,M wi W, 3 I -CHARLOTTE GUTH Rl E, Presiclenl. ALPHA DELTA A launch ol lhe gals. Flrsl Row: Jewell Alexander, Peggy Calloway, Ann Carroll, Lucille Judilh Esles. Second Row: Mary Alice Garvey, Mariorie Gooch, Belly Kizer, Dorolhy Lynn. Third Row: Frances McGinnes, Dorolhy Barbara Perkins, Mariorie Presnell, Barbara Preslon. Fourlh Row: Margarel Rulh Talum, Rulh Weilema n, Chandler, Rulh Anne Coclcran, Mary Jane Cook, Polly Anna Ely Rulh Harman, Aslrid Johansen, Carolyn Johnson, Aleen Jolly Nickols, Mary Andrews Norlon, Margarel Ouller, Anile Overlon Rulh Pryor, Gladys Raulslon, Wanda Ruble, Belly Lou Sleele Belly Sue Wesl, Annabelle Wlngo. H AAPTER OF SIGMA KAPPA 9 Q 3 0 :le . 'Q- -0-i9'010.0i0'f9 Bevy of Beaufy Ballers. Ai llie Doc's. U ll U fs. Q' '9- MEMBERS 'EK ' Graduafe ANN CARROLL ...... . Morrisiown, Tenn. Class of i942 LUCILLE CHANDLER JEWEL ALEXANDER POLLYANA ELY . . BETTY KISER . . . MARGARET OUTLER PEGGY CALLAWAY MARY JANE COOK ASTRID JOHANSEN . . . . . . Alcoa, Tenn. CAROLYN JOHNSON Class . . Maryville, Tenn. . Knoxville, Tenn. . . Knoxville, Tenn. . Knoxville, Tenn. Class . . Maryville, Tenn. . . . Knoxville, Tenn. . Founlain Ci+y, Tenn. ANNABELLE WINGO . - Class RUTH ANNE COCHRAN . . . . . Alcoa, Tenn. JUDITH ESTIS ...... . Birmingham, Ala. MARY ALlCE GARVEY . . . Knoxville, Tenn. MARJORIE GOOCH . , . . Maryville, Tenn. RUTH HARMON . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. DOT NICHOLS . . . . Kodak, Tenn. CHARLOTTE GUTHRIE . . . . . . Sweeiwaler, Tenn. of I943 MARJORIE PRESNELL . . GLADYS RAULSTON . WANDA RUBBLE .... MARGARET RUTH TATUM of I944 DOROTHY LYNN . . . FRANCES MCGINNES . . RUTH WEILMAN . . . . . . . . Siugqarl, Arla. of I945 MARY ANDREWS NORTON ANITA OVERTON .... BARBARA PERKINS . BARBARA PRESTON . . RUTH PRYOR .... BETTY LOU STEELE , L2871 . . Pon+o+oc, Miss. . . Paris, . Maryville, . Limeslone, . . Knoxville, . . Knoxville, . . Carllnage, Powell Slaiion, Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. . . Knoxville, Tenn . . Knoxville, Tenn. Clwarleslon, W. Va . . Knoxville, Tenn. . . Knoxville, Tenn. . New Caslle, ind. X -. birlxfy-N, I irq lx S 'f - fr 'ix -1' H' ,fi f 5. il if V QE PJ if .". ,nl ' 0 3, A4.- wls , ll ZETA CH We 1: N':i"r",,, ELAINE MAUNEY, President Luscious! R l f'31II'Z'I''1gfL.c'L2iLZGLi1JS...ZlLL.4I'l4k2 LIZLLVJJ'1,1"1li1'SJ.,2'7".L.Q,i!..17.ljT.If 7.114 f iii " T-..,, 71:1 'T--'Le' " 'if'-'. 'U 5 v -T-,V 7 K5 A , H ,fl U f ' Lim" Y ' if' V: '- Firsl' Row: Adams, Aqee, Allen, Afclwley, Badgell, Barger,'Bell, Brown, Bryson, Campbell. Second Row: Coben, Coker, Crisman, Em- mons, Ford, Gladish, l'-lalbrook, Hale, Hardin, Hill. Third Row: Key, Lel-lardy, Lowe, Lusk, Mauney, McGahee, McNul+, Moseley, Osborn, Paschall. Fourfh Row: Pallishall, Purcell, Russell, Sealon, Sharpe, Smilh, Terry, Todd, Van Horn, Wheafley. H' Q :f.:fL,io1J O F Z E T A T A U A L P H A lllll lllll Il Whee-Hale. lllfl, Tenn. Tenn. Tenn Tenn Tenn. Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn N. Y Tenn 99 It B QQ 2 H LCLDI1 xa,jz312.3' I I fl Q fr: ' ,.,w'3:,.'i-F Tenn. if A , fi Y A . ", 'NI Vlfl 7 I Ala Tenn. Tenn OFFICERS ELAINE MAUNEY, Knoxville ,..... Presidenl ALINE BROWN, La Follelle ...... Treasurer EVELYN LUSK, Knoxville ...... Vice'Presidenl CAROLYN AGEE, Duff . . . Recording Secrelary I MARTHA PATISHELL, Jacksonville, Fla., Cor. Sec'y MEMBERS Class of l942 MARY ADAMS . . . . La Follelle, Tenn. LILLIAM LOWE . . . Eagleville, BABER BADGETT . . . Maryville, Tenn. JANE ROBINSON . . . . Sewanee, BILLIE HARDIN . . . . . Lexinglon, Tenn. WILLIS RUSSELL . . La Follelle, MARY FRANCES HILL . . Knoxville, Tenn. JEAN VANHORN .... . . Lewislourg, MARY JO HALBROOK . . Dixon, Tenn. SARA HELEN WHEATLY . . . . Dresden, Class of I943 FRANCES BARGER . . Marlin, Tenn. CATHERINE FORD . . Trezevanl, ALICE BEARD . . . . Dresden, Tenn. BENNIE MCKENZIE . . . . Daylon, DORIS BELL . . . Union Cily, Tenn. MARJORIE MOSELEY . . . . Greenfield SARA BRYSON . .... Linden, Tenn. NANCY SMITH . . . . Lexinglon, GENE COBEN . . .... Puryear, Tenn. COLLENE TERRY . . Oneida, SARA TODD . . . ...,. Trezevanl, Tenn. Class of I944 ERNESTINE ATCHLEY . Maryville, Tenn. DOROTHY HALE . . Kingsporl, VIRGINIA CAMPBELL . . , Knoxville, Tenn. SARA LeHARDY . . . . . Knoxville, Q, MARA PURCELL ........ Kingsporl, Tenn. Class of 945 EVELYN BURKHART . . Knoxville, Tenn. EVELYN MCNUTT , . . . Endicoll, PEGGY COKER . . . . Knoxville, Tenn, ANN PASCHALL . . . Puryear, VIRGINIA EMMONS . . . . Memphis, Tenn, JANE OSBORN . . . . . Birmingham, CLEO GLADISH . . . . . Lawrenceburg, Tenn. MAXINE SEATON . . ..... Maryville. NORA GRAY KEY . . . . Lexinglon, Tenn. JUANITA SHARP .... Cumberland Gap, HELEN MCCLELLAN . . . . Concord, Tenn. FRANCES STERCHI . . .... Knoxville, MARY LOU VANHORN . . .....Hope.N.J. I2891 Tenn K' , .,-7 f'W 5 Ili if Lffl Phofograph by Wu 1 IAM A umvnv ,,, 1:-12' , 245, - if ,f , is , ,I ' , 1 f ' K if 5, if f K ,, Q 4 f 2 1 , 3 1 4 v Q 5 , 'XX ,A 4' . 4 . xg V. 4, ff ? 1 If f 4 f Q i af, f 4 S Firsi Row: Berry, Boze- N man Fr Fr er Hud .-TY. 'vi - . son. Second Rowe- Joyf neri Miller, SmarH, Sfubblefieldg, Thomp- " so n. T I OFFICERS SAM STUBBLEFIELD . . . . . PresidenT ROBERT JOYNER . . . . . SecreTaryp JOHN SMARTT . . . . Vice-PresidenT SAMUEL THOMPSON . , . Treasurer 4 MEMBERS ' U 'r"A STubbleTield James Fry Ben Rogers Bedford Berry i SmarTT Ralph Hudson Gid Fryer RoberT Webb 'R-o'berT Joyner Dixie Miller Howard Bozeman Dr. Paul FiTTs J ,xSamuel Thompson TyTH1e Circle and Torch endeavors To bring inTo iTs socieTy The leaders oT The campus in collegfiaTe acTiviTies. IT wishes To play an im- porTanTfparTQ in The college careers oT Those choseny 'members bv inspiring Them To con- Tinfue along This line, and cause oTher sTudenTs 'V T "," T o sTriye Tor leadership. This organizaTion has played an inTeresTing parT in The acTiviTies aT JJ. T. since iTs Tounding in I934. To be elecTecl inTo The membership oT The Circle and Torch, The sTudenT musT eiTher be a junior or a senior and his characTer and parTicipaTion in exTra-curricular acTiviTies musT sTand ouT Trom The sTudenT body. Rewards aregiven To members who have made an excepTional good scholasTic record. Besides being oT service To underclassmen, The socieTy Tries To aid The Treshmen in The selecTion oT exTra-curricular acTiviTies. iiiiii lllll llllill l292Il llllllllil Morlar Board is a nalional honor sociery for senior women which endeavors io recognize and encourage scholarship, leadership, and service. This organizaiion was insfalled on Jrhe hill in I937, following a pelijrion by +he local sociery, Cap and Gown. To gain admiliance info Jrhe Morlar Board ll ll lil a girl musl have high scholaslic sianding, pariicipalion in al leasi Three ac+ivi+ies wiih leadership in one, facullry recommendalion, and lhe unanimous vore of Jrhe members. The narional organizalion of Morlrar Board includes sevenly-five chaprers. Nine hundred new members are chosen annually. OFFICERS ANNE MOORE .... . . . Presideni FRANCES CALDWELL . . Treasurer DOROTHY JACKSON . . .Vice-Presidenf EUGENIA FRANKLIN . . . Eclilor MARGERY EVANS . . . Secrelary MARY WOODWARD . . . l-lisiorian MEMBERS Anne Moore Margery Evans Mary Woodward Mary Jean Bush Dororhy Jackson Frances Caldwell Helen Moore Elizabe+h l-liclcerson Eugenia Franklin Mary Thornburgh l293J Firsf Row: Bush, J.. Caldwell, Ev-ans, Frank- lin, Hickerson. Second Row: Jackson, Moore, A., Moore, H., Thorn- burgh, Woodward. Firsi' Row: Arneffe, Barrefi, Brans ford, Bush, Byrne Clock, Crawley. Second Row: Dale, C-Eafes, Goodman Greer, Franklin, Hale Harris. Third Row: Henderson, Hickerson Hudson, Jakes, Jones Long, Mafherne, Fourfh Row: Meagher, Miller Moore, Ann, Moore Helen, Nix, Redwine Sorrells. Fifi-h Row: Sfory, Thaler, Thomp son, Thorn burg, Waiers, Wafkins, Woodward. iii iii ii i iii lf294fI PIII IIIIIII ITIII AT The UniversiTy oT Miami, TorTy-Tour years ago Phi Kappa Phi was Tounded. Since +ha+ Time This honor socieTy has expanded and Tlourished unTil iT has aTTained The sTanding oT one oT The largesT and mosT highly esTeemed honorary organizaTions in The counTry. Phi Kappa Phi has chapTers in aImosT every sTaTe in The Union. IT is one oT The oldesT organiza- Tions on The "Hill" and one OT The mosT inTlu- enTial in iTs worlq. Phi Kappa Phi's chieT inTeresT and purpose is The encouragemenT and sTimulaTion oT The sTudenTs To greaTer achievemenTs in scholar- ship. Membership is resTricTed To Those seniors who malce aT leasT a 3. average and Then only IXIO oT The class may be admiTTed. Every sTudenT aT Tennessee is aware oT The imporTance oT Phi Kappa Phi and iTs meriTori- ous worlc. OFFICERS J. G. TARBOUX . . . . . PresidenT R. F, THOMASON . . SecreTary JESSIE VV. HARRIS . ..... Vice-PresidenT H. B, AIKEN .... . . Treasurer HARRIET GREVE . . . .,.,... HisTorian Paul BarneTT 2. M. BoarTs :harloTTe Edna Brown Dliver Wendell Evans Geraldine W. Alcard Alvin C. Dale Eugene C. Garner Roland K. Aloele Thelma ArneTTe HarTley BarreTT Edward R. Brabham RuTh BransTord AsTrid BreTT Mary Jean Bush Mary Jean Claclc A. Broyles Crawley C. L. Ellis Hal Beclc Alice Jean Brehm ArThur Byrne Emma Doalc SPRING QUARTER l94I Hughes Hall Billie C. Henderson Thelma Henry Iles Iuor Jones Duzilla KenT Marion Manolia Lawrence S. E. C. Lund Edward Michael Molinslci SUMMER QUARTER I94I Jacob T. HunT Louise King Charles Q. LaTham ErnesT Ivan Miller FALL QUARTER I94l Mariorie Evans Barbara GerTrude Ford CyThia Eugene Franlclin Carl BrenTs GaTes KaTherine Greer Charles Adrian Hale W. C, Harris EIizabeTh Hiclnerson Ralph Bal3l3iTT Hudson LysTon Gaines Jaco. Jr. EdiTh Wynn Jones Marne S-. MaTherne Winnie Meagher Richard Howard Millen Ann Moore Helen Moore John Franklin Nix Edgar Llewallyn Queener BeTTe Redwine WINTER QUARTER I942 Ed DougherTy William Fox Mary K, Good Clarence Goodman H2951 James R. Jalces James Ed Jones Billy Kerr James LesTer Knox James E. RiclceTTs Synder Maurice Scarbrough MargareT Alice Seale Marshall C. WinsTon Mary K. Scarbrougn John Gordon SmiTh Grace Turner MarTha KiTTrelI UGUIHIUI Herman Silver , Frank GenTry Sorrells Florence'F. Spiegel Edward STory Richard W. Thaler Mary Thornburgh Henry Dean WaTers W. E. WaTlcins Mary EIizabeThWbodw'ard Annie Lauderdale Herbe-rT E. Parker Cleo Jane Thompson I Bolinger, Powell, War- X Wm- ,gi I is Tix ,I ' 1' ' fi -Q I I ren. lf I ,IT . fax ,f I in gl I me xx 5 N X, I I ix-If 1, rr, iff ali!!-A If I tvrji s , . I I , .n-xmvg, OFFICERS BUDDY WARREN . . . . . Presid-enT JOI-IN C. BOLINGER . . . . Secra-:Tary G. C. DAVIS . . . Vice-PresidenT JOI-IN F. WILLIAMS . . . Treasurer MEMBERS John Bolinger G, C. Davis RoberT M, PoweII John Fox Williams Burgess'B.IBrier I-IamiITon C. Forman Buddy Warren Zeliq O. Wise W 111,' ,I , , I -af--eI?hiTETa Sigma, naTionaI honorary schoIasTic Tor Two consecuTive quarTers is required Tor TraTefrniTy'Tor. Treshmen, was Tounded aT The f5U,niversiTy on March 22, I923. The TT ?4Te!nness.ee'Ioha,pTer'is .a resuIT oT The eTTorTs oT IaTe Dean Massey. This organizaTion has inspired The Tres,hmenf"To higher scoIasTic -afohiexfe-m,egnT,T V"" and Tong greaTer leadership, ,aQmIQn-gTTTheirT'TeIIoivvfsT'uoIenTs. A 3.5 average '-X42 III I ii I membership. AT The presenT There are TorTy-Three chap- Ters OT This honorary TraTerniTy various coileges over The counTry. Tional' pubIicaTion is The "Forum Sigma." Many prominenT men in acTiviTy have won The Iqey OT Phi IocaTeoI in Their na- OT Phi ETa all Tields oT ETa Sigma. SIEIII lllllll llllllll llillll Alpha Lambda Della, founded al lhe Universily of Illinois in 1924, was lirsl eslablished al' lhe Universily ol Tennesseee in l932, ll is a narional honor sociely for iqeshmen women whose aims are lrue scholarship, wamanliness, and honor. The members wear a gold pen resembling a candle. The Morlar Board, senior honor sociely for women, sponsors 'rhis sisler club lor freshmen women, Prospeclive members who have mel lhe enlraniie requiremenl of a 3.4 average are inQle,d-lo allea during lhe winler quarler, given gybyxaclive members, The invilalions are received fairer compleling l'he second quarler's work. By' enforcing such a-high scholaslic average for membership, fhis honorary iso- ciely is assured ol securing members who promise lo become lulure campus leaders. ' K Ruih Brennan MARGARET LARSON ., SARAH Lel-IARDY . , Rosiland Arnold Virginia Bibb Emily Granger OFFICERS . . . . . . . . . , Presidenl DOROTHY SISK . , . ..........Vice-Presidenl JANICE OST , , , . . . . . EMILY GRANGER ......... ,.,..... l-l islorian MEMBERS Sophomores Grace Beryl I-lorlon Elsie Lively Sarah Le Hardy Befly McGhee Juniors Geraldine Burkhart Lulu Buller Mary Jean Bush Barbara Ford Mary Margarei Curry Alma Jordan Mary Frances Keirn Margarel Larson Ba rba ra Newman MARY MARGARET CURRY VIRGINIA BIBB ,... ROSLIND ARNOLD . . . Seniors Eugenia Franklin Winnie Meagher COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN . . . . Program Chairman ELSIE LIVELY . . , . Membership Chairman JEAN REEDER . . . . . . Publicily Chairman RUTH BRENNAN . . . Secrela ry . . Treasurerf Janice Osl Dorolhy Sislc Elizabelh McWhorler" "i51I'ea'rf Reeder Ann Moore Helen Moore Alumnae Chairman . Service Chairman . . Three Poini Tea BelTe Redwine i"' I1297l l lf ' i Firsl' Row: Bibb, Burk- harf, Franklin, Grang er, Jordan, Keirn. Sec ond Row: Larson, Le Hardy, Lively, Meag her, McGehee, Moore Ann. Third Row Moore, Helen, New man, B., Osf, J., Red wine, Sisk. Josephine Glover Firsi' Row: Barre'H, Bransford, Evans Glover, Greer, Hen derson, Meagher. Sec- ond Row: Mclnfosh, Moore, A., Moore, H., Pfaffishall, Scruggs, Thorn burgh, Young. MARGERY EVANS . . ASTRID BRETT . . . ALICE JEAN BREI-IM I-IarTley BarreTT AsTricl BreTT Alice Jean Grehm RuTh BransTord OFFICERS , . . . PresidenT WINNIE MEAGHER . . . Vice-PresidenT ANNE MOORE . . . . . . . . . Secrefary MISS ALBERTA YOUNG MISS MYRA BISHOP ...... FaculTy Treasurer MEMBERS Margery Evans Winnie Meagher Anne Moore KaThryn Greer Billie Henderson I-Ielen Moore MarTha PaTTishaIl IIITI UTTITIU . . Trea su rer . . EdiTor . . . Advisor Lelabelle Scruggs Cleo Jane Thompson Mary Thornburgh Annie MarTin Lauderdale Mary Jean Bush Mildred MclnTosh Omicron Nu was Tounded in I9I2 aT Mich- igan STaTe College and is The only organiza- Tion in The Tield oT I-lorne Economics. Numer- ous clubs were being Tormed over The counTry in The schools oT I-lome Economics in The various universiTies and colleges and Omicron Nu boasTs oT over ThirTy chapTers which are IocaTed in all parTs OT The counTry. The UniversiTy oT Tennessee chapTer, Alpha Mary Ki++reII Saulmer Josephine Young Epsilon, was esTabIished in I936, buT in spiTe OT iTs youTh, This club's keen inTeresT in The school has already made Tor iTselT an enviable record. The purpose OT The club is To recog- nize and prornoTe scholarship and leadership, and research in The Tield oT I-lome Economics. The Tennessee chapTer is considered To be one oT The mosT ouTsTanding ones of The whole organizaTion. lfZ98J The honorary socieTy oT Alpha ZeTa sTands ouT as an arisTocraT among The ag organiza- Tions. ITs charTer sTresses a Two-Told purpose in high scholarship and above average work in The classroom. The socieTy believes ThaT in order To achieve success, The sTudenT musT develop and mainTain Those aTTribuTes oT char- acTer and personaliTy ThaT disTinguishes The man and give cerTain gualiTies oT leadership To The sTudenT, noT only while in The universiTy, buT in aTTer-IiTe as well. versiTy, November 4, I897, has increased in number unTil Today There are over TorTy-one chapTers all over The counTry. This socieTy was broughT To The "hill" in I9I2. The Mor- gan chapTer has adopTed several obiecTives, namely: The advancemenT oT serious consid- eraTion oT problems concerning The College oT AgriculTure: To creaTe a more genial Tellow- ship beTween sTudenTs and TacuITyg and To develop a beTTer balance in The sTudenT's college career. WOODSON KING . . RODNEY K. PURNELL Joseph W. Branson RoberT Brown Maxwell Clendenen Broyles Crawley Morgan FiTzgeraId Bradley K. Gouge OFFICERS . ...... Chancellor OLIVER W. HARMON . . . . . . . Scribe RALPH HUDSON . . BROYLES CRAWLEY ..,...... Chronicler MEMBERS Augusl' Hadorn Oliver W. Harmon Cornell HousTon Ralph Hudson Thomas Kelley Jones Woodson King STerling LeiTch CIiTTon I.uTreII James B. Margrave J. Franklin Nix RoberT J. Park HerberT Parker . Treasurer . . Censor Rodney K. Pulrniell Horace C. SmiTh' Frank Sorrells , . Hugh Thomas is 1 Henry Dean WaTers Edward VanzanT ,lT ll,lgI,l, T2991 Firsf Row: Crowley Hadorn, Harmon HousTon, Hudson, King Second Row: Leifh Magrave, Nix, Pur- nell, Sorrells, WaTers ROLAND K. ,ABELE W. cg HARRIS! .CLAUDE ADAMS- "jr TM, OFFICERS ROLAND K. ABELE . . ...... ..... P residem' W. C. HARRIS' .... ..... V ice-Presidenf CLAUDE ADAMS . . . . Recording Secrerary J CLAYTON STEELE . . Corresponding Secreiary PAUL HUGHES . . . . . Cafaloguer O. B. WOOD . . . Treasurer L MEMBERS WLIJLLIWAM-H.DAVENPORTJR. VICTOR HOUR RALPH RHUDY SEVEZLTQN 'DOUGLAS LESTER KNOX JOE ROSSON 'CHARLES L. ELLIS L. J. MCADAMS JOHN RUOH EDDTE FOX LEONARD OGLESBY WALTER E. WATKINS ' CLYDE ORR L3001 Tau Bela Pi was lounded al Lehigh Universily by Edward l-ligginson Williams, Jr., in I885. There are now more Jrhan sevenly-Jrwo chaplers wilrh a Jrolal membership of lhirly-four lhousand. This sociely was eslablished "lo marlq in a filling manner Those who have conferred honor upon lheir Alma Maier by dislinguished scholar- ship and exemplary characler as undergraduales in engineering, and lo iosler a spiril of liberal cullure in The engineering colleges ol America." Alpha of Tau Bela Pi was eslablished on The Universily ol Tennessee campus in i929 and since lhal lime has been one of This sociely's mosl oulslanding chaplers. E3011 Firsf Row: sB,uckanan, Moriarty, Orr. Second Row: Peferson, Wal'- kins, Watson. fi' R .I' f. OFFICERS WALTER WATKINS . . . . . Masfer Alchemisf JOHN MAERKER ..,.. . . ...,., Treasurer W. S. PELTON . . . . . Vice-Master Alchemisf JOE MORIARITY . . . . Masfer of Ceremonies CLYDE D. WATSON . . ....,... Reporler WILLIAM MONTGOMERY . .... Alumni Secrefary JOHN FUZEK .... . ..... Recorder DR. A. D. MELAVEN . . . ....... Counselor ACTIVE MEMBERS Roberf Arr-mislead William Merfz Clyde Orr John Ruch Mike Buchanan William Monfgomery W. S, Pelfon Neily Waldrop John Fuzek Joe Moriarily Adolph Pererson WaIIer'Wa'rkins John Maerker A. M. Nicholson Primo Pinolfi Clyde D. Walson PLEDGES Dave Alderman G. C- Davis ROY DUNN Rober? Smilh E. T. Collinsworlh ' FACULTY John A. Bacon George Deebel David J. Mack H. A. Smifh R. M. Boaris William Grainger A. E. Michaels W. T. Smilh C. A. Buehler Arthur L. Davis A. D. Melaven J, H. Wood W. H. Maclnlire Alpha Chi Sigma lralernily was founded in I902 al' Ihe Universily of Wisconsin. Today Ihere are forly-seven chapiers in principal universifies and colleges, and Ihe membership exceeds seven Ihousand. Alpha Chi Sigma is The only Greek leHer sociefy on The "hill" Ihal is open Io chemislry sludenls exclusively. Hs principal purpose is Ihe bringing Io- gelher of Ihe upper ranks of chemisrry sfudenrs for their. common enioymenl and for combined elforrs 'foward higher achievemenls in Ihe field of chem- islry. ' J. H Roberlson Aller meefing several years as a local sociely called Gamma Rho, 'rhe Tennessee chapfer wem' nalional in l922, as The Iounder's original purpose was Io gel a narional charler from Alpha Chi Sigma. Scholasiic record, characfer, abilily, and exlra- curricular aciivilies are The basis for membership in rhe sociely. The members encourage research in chemisiry and fhe sciences and inleresi in high scholarship. llllllllll Ellllll we l302l ll l U l l ll ll ll l The infernalional legal frafernify of Phi Delfa Phi, founded af fhe Universily of Michigan in I869, is lhe oldesf professional sociefy in America. As of l94l. 'rhere are 67 undergraduafe chapfers, known as "Inns," localed in fhe leading law schools of fhe Unifecl Sfafes and Canada. Each lnn is named in honor of a clisfinguished, deceased alumnus of Phi Delfa Phi. "RoosevelT Inn" af fhe Universify of Tennessee, named for former Presidenf Theodore Roosevelt was charfered in l9l9. There are 46 graduafe chaplers. Membership is based on scholarship. characler and personalify. Tofal membership of lhe frafernify ex- ceeds 3l,OOO members of fhe legal profession, includ- ing Presidenfs Theodore Roosevelt William H. Taft and Franklin D, Roosevelt fhree chief iusfices of lhe Supreme Court four associafe iusfices, and counfless public officials and sfafesmen. The fralernily's aims are fo inspire scholasfic achievement slimulale adherence fo lhe Canons of Professional Efhics and promofe closer relafionships befween law sfudenfs and members of The bar. OFFICERS ARTHUR BYRNE, JR. . . . . Magisfer FRED W. MCPEAKE . . . Clerk SAM BOAZ . . . . . , Exchequer A. B. LONG, JR. , . . Hisforian ACTIVE MEMBERS Class of I942 Roberf J. Gillespie Joe Hickerson Wiley Holloway Len Broughlon. lll Arfhur Byrne, Jr. Willard Garland John A. Parker Thomas W. Thomson Fred McPeake Clyde Wesl' William Lanier Marne Mafherne Class of I943 French Frazier A. B. Long, Jr. Spears McAllesler Tyree B. Harris Class of I944 George Mclnlyre William Parish Henry T. Burem William Felknor Lalfa Richards Lloyd Shell George Webb William Turnblazer I303J Firsl Row: Boaz, Broughfon, Byrne, Fra- zier, Gillespie, Hallo- way, Long. Second Row: Malherne, McAl- lesler, McPeake, Parker, Webb, West 1 T Firsf Row-': Colvin Herd, Maddox, Mc Leain. Second Row: M Miller, Perkins, Whitfen Z 4 N. 'i 2 CW' -A l. -L X, x -fe lx. , RX- , 1' X." I , - -C - X OFFICERS JOEL Wl-IITTEN . . ....... Presidenl HOLT MADDUX .... . . Vice-Presidenl SARA FRANCES COLVIN ....... Secrelary MEMBERS . - l 'xl Gibrdoni Belnnelfi Lois Carson Paul Maile l-lorlense Perkins " .,.,.. K --1-1tAnniBrad'ley, Freud Fields Clarence Mc:Cashin Anne Ramey y1lLu'lf'Bu'lle.r V Lady Gray R ,ff ii Charles Herd ' YQ pf' J , . ff' ""., nalional recognilion so- ! k.,. oilelylxinudriamarics, is organized for The pur- g ll. Mill- ,'YpYO,SC'lQ'L-,QlTCMllQZllF1'Q, a-'reyilard for sludenls dis- HC in college dramalic 9? M1bQpr6duc+ions. The sobiely is purely honorary, ll ll PE l lll l ll f3041 Margarel' McClean Alma Rankin Margarel Miller and as sludenls qualify by lailhful work in playing a cerlain number of rnaior and minor roles in lhe plays of 'rhe regular dramalic club of The college, +he U. T. playhouse group in our case, 'rhey become eligible for member- ship. llPlllElElll U i lil Alpha Sigma Delfa, The honorary TraTerniTy Tor pre-medical and pre-denTal sTudenTs, was Tounded here aT The universiTy over Twelve years ago. The aim oT The TraTerniTy has been To promoTe good Tellowship among all pre-medical sTudenTs, and To bring abouT a greaTer undersTanding oT The problems yeT To come beTore The sTudenTs. During The years since iTs Tounding in I929, This club has more Than amply realized iTs goal. To qualiTy Tor membership, The sTudenT musT be a male member oT pre-denTal or pre- medical school, oT sound characTe,r,'and rnusT have To his crediT Two quarTers'wiTh The neces- sary average required Tor accepTanceiinTo medical school. Anyone who is inTeresTed may aTTend The meeTings 'OT The c.lub.i A' guesT speaker, usually a specialisT,,,i.s ,inviTed To aTTend and lecTure on his Tield. fln This -way, The TraTerniTy beneTiTs noT only iTs members, buT The enTire sTudenT body and TaculTy mem- bers as well. OFFT-CERS T WTLLIAM T. GIST ........... Presideni EDWARD ACUFF . . . . . 'Vice-Presiderrl PAUL J, MATTE ..... Secrefary and Treasurer - MEMBERS Edward AcuTT l-lecTor CoTTin, Jr. Leon l-lay Jack F. Mohr Oliver King Agee Floyd N. BanlcsTon George B. Calhoun, Jr l-lonrico Ciordia, Jr. James W, Davis Eugene H. Ellis Paul l-l. Evans Roy Fisher William T. Gisl' T-larry L. lssler Thomas Jaclcson l-Toll' B. Maddux Paul J. MaTTe, Jr. Charles A. MiTchell Sam D, Moore James H, Richardson MilTon Siskin Richard Thaler II305l jf ff X f ,Z Firsf Row: Acuff, Agee, Calhoun, Cior,dia, Davis, Gisf. Second Row: lssler, Maddox, Matte, Richardson, Thaler. F-iir,s,T JRQQW: Ca,rTer,! ' Jones, Ma Hin. Second Row: Newman! Silva, Thden ,ff-To , ,ffm ' x I 'T ,f ., I ,ef ,,-4 .j 'X ,-f"' X- f if ,iff .' OFFICERS RICHARD THALER . . . . PresidenT E. WYNN JONES . . , . SecreTary REBECCA MARTIN '. . . Vice-Presidenl MAYS NICHOLSON . . . Treasurer MEMBERS U Geraldine CarTer Charles Harrison Barbara Newman Herman Silva DoroThy Conger Brooks Noll Richard Miller Tom S. Taylor ,iAnn Doalc - -A Asffan honorary TraTerniTy Tor sTudenTs oT 'I "'r a fGerman language, DelTa Phi Alpha en- dourakges The sTudy oT German liTeraTure, languagle, and culTure. The socieTy promoTes inTeresTIXin The German people, Their civiliza- Tio,h,'I dndI'gTries To creaTe a IoeTTer undersTand- ind anld'appreciaTion oT Their cusToms. There are a'ppgroximaTely TorTy-Tive chapTers oT DelTa QFhi Alpha in various colleges and universiTies f':,.' . . 5 5' up ThroughouT The counTry. The Tennessee chap- Ter, BeTa Nu, was organized in l936 and has sTeadily grown. Membership requiremenTs include an aver- age grade oT 85 Tor a minimum oT I8 quarTer hours oT German. OTher prerequisiTes impor- TanT in The TurThering oT The socieTy's acTiviTies are: a good sTanding in all courses oT sTudy, and a conTinued inTeresT in The sTudy oT Ger- man Ianguage and liTeraTure. Ililpiiglipilla 'E3061 Till Slill Delfa Sigma Pi, an honorary frafernify or- ganized fo encourage business sfudenfs in scholarship and fo promofe fhe associafion of sfudenfs for fheir mufual advancemenf by pracfice and research, fends fo bring abouf a closer affiliafion befween fhe sfudenfs of commerce and fhe commercial world and develop in fhe communify a higher sfandard of commercial efhics and culfure. The frafernify, founded in November, I907, af New York Universify's School of Commerce, A A H Accounfs, and Einance, has developed info one of fhe largesf and besf lcnown organiza- fions in fhe collegiafe field. Wifh a fofal membership of over fwelve fhousand, in ifs fiffy chapfers, if exercises a greaf influence in 'rhe business world. Each year, fhe Tennes- see chapfer, Alpha Zefa, in cooperafion wifh fhe School of Commerce, presenfs fhe Annualfli Commerce Exposifion, which has falcen ifs place on fhe "Hill" as a fradifional affair. MEMBERS J. H. Alexander Paul Haas - Fred Long Bill Ruffin Roberf Bonner James Roy Jalces Bill Lewellyn Tom Sledge James Bridewell Vernon Kelley Ed Norfon Roberf Travis Ralph Gardner Cary Kennedy Joe Pafferson Campbell Whife Frank Kerr Ed Robbins 2 2 T307l ,A ,ff Firsf Row: Aleitander, Bonner, Bnidwell, Haas, Jakes, Kerr. Second Row: Kennedy, Paffer- son, Robbins, Ruffin, Sledge. First Row: Burn, Sori reills, Barnhill, Breff. ' Second Row: Fifzgere aid, Whife, Wilson. i . James E, Burn Maxwell M. Clendenin Dr, M. L. Alfsfeffer Dr. J. E. Avenf Coach John Barnhill W ,,Dr. Axel Breff W. E. Cole - Dr. N. E. Fifzgerald V Prof. John J. Fuller . . I, STUDENT MEMBERS William E. Jennings l-lerberf McMahan FACULTY MEMBERS Prof. A. W. l-lobf Prof. C. l-l. Loose Prof. F. C. Lowry Dr, S, lf. T. Lund Prof. J. P. Porfer Mr. Oscar E. Sams Dean John A. Thaclrsfon Prof. Duncan Whife Prof. Clyde lr-l, Wilson Dr. B. R. Haynes Prof. J. B. Kirkland Mr. L. A, Carpenfer Dr. A, J. Paulus Mr, B, D. Raslcopf Prof. Adams Phillips Dr. E. B. Knighf Roberf J. Park Frank G. Sorrells, Jr Dr. Ben Schrader Dr. Roberf Richley Dr. Wm, Alexander Dr. Paul Fiffs Dr, F. L. Van Alsfine Dr. R, E. Dunford Dr. E. A. Wafers . ,ioonfiinlied efforfs of Dr. Avenf and Professor . V,.l honorary frafernify of Phi Delfa Kappa wyasflyfounded forfy years ago on fhe campuses of-liofh Columbia Universify and The Univer- sify of indiana. ln fhese few years since ifs foulndpimq fhis organizafion has grown very ' '.rajpidlyilunjilfroday fhere are forfy-seven insfi- 'mfioonia-li--ehaipfers and fhirfy-one field chapfers fhghouiglhouf fhe Unifed Sfafes. Due fo fhe 'Fifbgerald fhe -Alpha Kappa chapfer was founded on The "Hill" in I925. W ' The sfudenfs who compose fhe membership of fhe frafernify are chosen from fhe honorary and professional field of educafion. Meefings are held fwice each monfh in order fhaf fheir aims can be carried ouf wifh fhe greafesf possible benefif fo all concerned. Their aims include high achievemenf in fhe field of edu- cafion. service fo fhe universify, and leader- ship among ifs associafes. As mosf of fhe Phi Delfa Kappa men, we may readily see why a posifion of eminenf imporfance is held by fhis organizafion in fhe field of American Educafion. l llllllllll-lllllil L Boa T l l.ll..l. I. .ITT ll I. To aid The UniversiTy in securing adeguaTe supporT Tor The Tull deveIopmenT oT The insTiTuTion. 2. To bring To Tennessee The besT men and women now enrolled in secondary schools oT The sTaTe. 3. To mainTain accuraTe biographical records oT UniversiTy Alumni and recognize Them Tor Their achievemenTs. 4. To assisT in securing such pubIiciTy as will increase The presTige oT The UniversiTy. 5. To develop a Personnel Division Tor The pIacemenT of Seniors and unemployed Alumni. The Bureau oT Personnel Service was esTab- lished by The UniversiTy as a division oT iTs Alumni AssociaTion Program Tor The purpose oT assisTing in The pIacemenT oT Seniors and Alumni. IT is a coordinaTing agency Tor The employer, The sTudenT, and The various di- visions oT The UniversiTy. 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. VICTOR M. DAVIS U. T. Direcfor of Personnel and Execufive Secreiary of The Alumni. If309:I iFirsT Row: Beaman, BloodsworTh, Brehm, Bush, Dorfch. Second Riow: Fonda, Lowe, Moore, Rogers. Y -AAkH Y My MM' 'NWN wir '54 -Y-v- gg' A Y- 77477 7774 ,,,, ,L ,,,M,s,,E,,,,,,-..., .YY. -..WU-4 4- .- , , W-Y . l l l l OFFICERS CHARLOTTE BEAMAN . . . . . Presidenl' JANE ROGERS . . SecreTary HELEN MCCALLIE . . . Vice-PresidenT JEAN BUSH . . . Treasurer '1' FACULTY ADVISORS U Miss lda Anders Miss Marion Heard Miss AlberTa Young Miss MargareT PuTTer Chairman . N, COUNCIL ElizabeTh BloodworTh HarrieT Chapman Lillian Lowe Zoe STuarT Alice Jean Brehrn Judy DorTch Ann Moore Avis STuarT Mary MargareT Curry Frankie Fonde Maxine SeaTon The Home Economics Club was founded in order One of The mosT imporTanT TuncTions oT The club To develop a professional inTeresT among The sTudenTs. is The sponsoring of Open House aT The Time of The The organizaTion also serves To bring The sTudenTs in Annual High School Day held each year by The Uni- closer conTacT wiTh The TaculTy, as well as The sTudenTs versiTy. Each deparTmenT prepares an exhibiT which oT AgriculTure. The club meeTs Twice every monTh, poinTs ouT To The high school sTudenTs Their worlc and ioinTly wiTh The Ag Club. These meeTings are devoTed accornplishme-nTs. This encourages The visiTors To con- ., .To games, square dances, and reTreshmenTs. AT The sider Home Economics as a possible Tield Tor TuTure oTh'er,meeTing oT The monTh lecTures and discussions sTudy. The sTudenTs have compleTe charge oT The ,are 'held To acguainT The sTudenT wiTh The possible program and The mosT popular TeaTure of iT is a sTyle 'fspecial-ized Tields open To her aTTer graduaTion. show oT The garmenTs made during The year. L3l0fl 7519 E g y On The campus oT The UniversiTy oT Missouri The TirsT engineers' day in America was held in l903. The moTher organizaTion was Icnown as "The Order oT The KnighTs oT SainT PaTrick." because The "bIarney sTone," bearing The inscripTion, "Erin Go Braghf' which means "ST. PaTricIc was an engineer." was Tound near one oT The buildings. IT is an unusual and unique hisTory which The A. C. E. possesses, and since The TormaTion of This honorary associaTion, ST, Pafriclc has been The paTron sainT of all engineersq even his birThday is seT aside so Thaf special recogniTion can in This universiTy becoming a charTer member. LaTer The associaTion became a naTionaI socieTy, and The name was changed To The AssociaTion oT ColIegiaTe Engineers. Every engineering sTudenT has The pleasure oT being in The local A. C. E., Tor he auTomaTicaIIy is a mem- ber when he enTers The College oT Engineering, The A. C. E. Day, which is an "open house" in The engi- neering buildings, TeaTuring unusual displays in each branch socieTy. A. C. E. also conducTs The Engineers' Ball and The Engineers' Banquet Two oTher ouTsTand- be shown. ing TesTivaIs which are highIighTs in The engineer's Professor R. C. MaTThews was largely insTrumenTaI year aT The "hill." OFFICERS W. C. HARRIS . . . . . .PresidenT WALTER WATKINS . . .SecreTary LEONARD MCADAMS . . .Vice-Presidem' CLAUDE ADAMS . . .Treasurer REPRESENTATIVES PRIMO PINOTTI . . . . ,A.I.Ch.E. GEORGE REAGER . . . .A.S.C.E. WILLIAM POLLOCK .......... A.l.E.E. DONALD FREEMAN . . , ,A.S.M.E. ROLAND ABELE . . ....,Tau BeTa Pi lf3l1iI Firsf Row: Harris, Mc- Adams, Wafkins Adams, PinoTTi. Sec- ond Row: Pollock Reager, Freeman Abele. 1 X CIA X a1.'W +1 fc . X C- X - fA N ' i r 1 l X?-. , , , ix i X .if I xxx, :xi ., 'J' OFFICERS PAUL HUGHES . ....... Caplain J. HARTON ..... . .Second Lieurenanl J. FRY ..... ..... F irsl Lieulenanl D. AUGHENBAUGI-l . . . .Firsl Sergeanl A. CROWDER . ...... Recording Sergeanf MEMBERS D. Trenl J. Williams l-l. Brown HE. Cox f ' Mlaupiri l.. King F. Bacon F. Hubbuck A NC, Browh,,ij, G, Brooks C. Smiih Bill Powers lhNqQMc'Millan W, Mayberry G. L. Carler B, Mills xr-QE.i Richardson R. Wilkinson Bob Maile G. Sfanlev ,ii' f, f ' E. smiih L. wann 7 ln ihe,falliolij,lg892, al' The Universily of Nebraska was liilndedfaicracik djrill unil known as lhe Pershing Rifles.. unii was formed ai ihe insfance of John J. Pershi,ng',"'iguj it wiavsw'n'o+ named for him unril lf no--' ',lB95, ,,"' Aapflgrmhismdelparrure from fhe Mid-Wesiern l f 1 l-M 'A :A ., -15' 1' . , i l "schoo'lE1fll.,soion developed' a nalional repuiarion buf i ' 'C i 'f by' choice remained arlocal uni? unlil 1925, when ils narionalism was leegun, The goal of Pershing Rifles is lo encourage, preserve, and develop The higheslr ideals of The mililary profession: also lo promole American cilizenship, lo creaie a closer and more efficieni relalion, and also +o provide proper recog- nirion of a high degree of abilily among cadels of lhe several senior R. O. T. C. unirs. , .. p iii gli lN Q im IQBIZJ llll Elll ll ElllTll One of The youngesT socieTies on The "l'lill," The Guidon is rapidly gaining a place as one oT The school's mosT imporTanT organizaTions. The membership of The organizaTion is com- posed oT Those girls who have been chosen as sponsors oT The R. O. T. C.. uniT. The chief aim oT The group is To inTeresT and uniTe more menTal aTTairs-parTicularly Those dealing!wiThiTT'i,' deTense. ff' f The girls are now worlgj,n6obTafi'n afcharf Ter Trom The naTional governmenT. They hope To esTablish a chapTeir in aljl-miliTary dd'pairT- menTs in The UniTed STaTes. WiTh,,The coop- eraTion oT all, These girls in Thefunivers,iTies ThroughouT The couinTry, This aim will soon bei it closely The girls oT The universiTy wiTh govern- realized. OFFICERS ' JEAN BREWER . . . Presiclenf FRANCES Pl-llFfPS . MEMBERS T' Marjorie AbboTT BeTTy Bauer Virginia Bibb Cleo Bralcebill Lois Carson Mildred CarTer Anna Jean Davis Marjorie Jane EvereTT Lois Elrod Nina Fields Nancy l-lorner Margarei Phillips Flora Mai Moore Mary Lee Morris Lillian Newby Norma Rule Carolyn SuTl'1erland . 'Vice-Presicl'enT , i Mary Thornburgh Mary Ann Vaughan Alice Lee WesT Frances Weiland Sara WhiTe lI313J ' l First Row: Abbol'T Bauer, Bibb, Brakebill Brewer, Carson, Carfer Davis. Second Row: El- rod, Evereli, Fields Horner, Moore, Mor- ris, Newby, Phillips Third Row: Phipps Rule, Sufherland, Thorn burgh, Vaughn, Wes? Weiland, Whlfe. Firsi Row: Highbaugh, Palmer, Abboff, Col- vin, Wood, Swann, Higgins, Fielden, Wal- fenbargen Second Row: Mrs. Smifh, Gray, Lofiis, Black, Coker, VVHbanks Thhd Row: Shawn, Lyle, Prof. Brown, R. Smifh, Prof. Parker, Wisharf, Spald- ing. Mariorie Abboll Reber? S. Black Professor Brown Sally Calvin Doris Coker MEMBERS Bonny Kaie Fielden Marqarei Gray Lucille l-lighbaugh Kaihleen Loilis Bob Lyle Membership of Baplisi Sludenl Union con- virgirria Palmer Dr. Parker Jeral Shann Evelyn Srnilh Rodgers Smilh Edna Swann Josephine Wallenbergei Connie Wilbanks Sherman Wood sisis of any Baplisi siudeni who is enrolled in any oi ihe organizaiions ol The Knoxville Bap- iisi Churches. li is noi only confined io 'rhis campus bui is on many lhroughoul The Soulh and even in Japan and China. The organiza- lion is unified by The Sludeni Deparlmeni oi The Bapiisi Sunday School Board ai Nashville. iThe local chapler was founded in I935 and is presenily supporied by ihe Siaie Mission Board of Tennessee. B. S. U. sponsors various social aciiviiies and programs oi personal evangelism bui ils main purpose is io enlisl every Baplisi sludeni in al leasi one of ihe unil organizaiions, such as ihe B. Y. P. U., Young Women's Associa- iion, or Sunday School, and +0 deepen The l314l spiriiual life oi ihe Tennessee siudeni. lillllll Elllll The Newman Club, under lhe guidance of Falher Plans are drawn up for The promolion ol lhe Krall and composed of all lhe Calholic sludenls, has Word among Universily sludenls of all seals al lhe done much lo furlher lhe inleresls of religion on lhe monlhly meelinqs of lhis organizalion. campus. OFFICERS JIMMY AURELIA . . . ,.......... Presidenf CONNIE AYRES . . . . . .Secreiary MARGIE MARTORELL . . . , .... Vice-President MIKE CAMPONEGRO . . , . . ,Treasurer REV. A. KRAFF .............,..... Adviser MEMBERS James Aurelia Waller Bussarl Rafael Jimenez John Isabel Ashe Helen Darsl George Fazakerby Calharine Hallman Helen Ashe Connie Ayres Elizabefh Anne Be Michael Capanear Edler lore Georgia Kelly Paul Maile Bernie Mehen Joseph Moriarfy Senior Class Dick Mulloy Joseph Nigro John Leon Oglesby Berne rd O'N eil Senior Law Roane Wa ring Special Sluclenls Primo Pinolri George Reager Charles Richardson Charles Sansome Margarel Coleman Gracious Galbrailh Joe Hillenbrand Elizabelh Kines Welasler Kubloell Owen Hughes Kalherine Clancy Roberi Connelly Inez Craigue Charles Ellis Graduale Sludenls Edmond Leboun Junior Class Laurella Keener Richard Ken? John Long Sophomore Class Vallie Jo Fox William Garily Virginia Genfer James Gafcher Clyde G-raven Mary Thornburg Pedro Urbizlondo Veo Yon Joseph Murphy Gene McCaslcin William O'Donnell Carolyn Richardson Jimmy Schwarfzinger Frank Hubbuch Charles Jackson Franklin Hubbell Charlolle Kincaid Harold Serra Leonard Simonelfi Frances Sires Lyle Waller Rudolph Klarer Sieve Lawrence Dennie Ledford Margie Marforell F3151 Rufh Duncan, Paul Wishari, Mary Kale. Garfh, Trevor H. Tucker. DR. GERALD E. WADE . RUTH DUNCAN . . FACULTY FACULTY MEMBERS . Sludenl Advisor Dr. James D. Swain Prof. W. E. Sliefel Dr. Slrallon Buck OFFICERS . . . . Presidenl MARY KATE GARTI-I . . . . . . . Secrelary . . Vice-Presidenl' WILLIAM R. JOI-INSCN . . . . Treasurer PAUL WISHART. . . 'Sara Ma rga rel Adlcins ' .Alfredo Amador Jane Baynes Doroihy Blackburn Jo Ann Brown Mariha Carroll Doris Cafes l-lonorico Ciordia I-lumlaerio Ciordia TREVOR l-l. TUCKER . . . Program Chairman MEMBERS Manuel Ciordia Inez Craigue Pollyanna Creelcmore Virginia Drake Rulh Duncan Virginia Emmons Rosemary Fourman Myrlle French Mary Kale Garlh Marlha Gillespie The purpose oi lhe Spanish Clulo is io pro- mofre good fellowship among Spanish sludenls andfro increase lheir conversalional alniliiies W lhis language. Membership lo lhis club is Raul A. Guevara Julie Jennings Rafael Jimenez William R. Johnson Gilloerl Jones Mary Frances Keirn Audrey Krauch, Jr. Lois Marlin Evelyn McNuH Ann Paschall Joe B. Pallerson Cecilia Pllanze Mariha Ross Frances Srnirh Caroline Sullivan Trevor I-l. Tuclcer Pedro Urbizlondo Mary Van I-lorn Phyllis Wade limiled lo sludenls of second, lhird, and iourlh year Spanish, loul, occasionally, a firsi year sludenl is inviled lo ioin. S ll l lllllllllll L3161 Srl T ll T This sociely was organized in l92O and in- corporaled under The laws of lhe Dislricl of Columbia in l924. ll consisls of lilly-five local posls, lwenly-live of which are sludenl organizalions. The local chapler was formed December l2, l939, by Maior M. M. Bauer, lhen a Caplain. The aims of lhe organizalion are as follows: To advance lhe knowledge and science ol mililary engineering: lo help in lhe develop- menl ol reserve forces and lo prepare lhe individual members lor lhe places lhey may be called upon lo fill in lime of warg 'ro de- veloo inleresl belween The engineering pro- lession in civil life and lhal in lhe mililary service. The belief in nalional preparedness is lhe chief gualilicalion lor membership in lhe So- ciely ol American Mililary Engineers. M. C. CALLAHAN J, A. THORNTON R. K. Abele W. G, Allen J. W. Bailey M. C. Callahan E. W, Davis S. M. Ealon OFFICERS . . . Presidenl A. L. GARRETT . , . . Secrelary . . Vice-Presidenl J. S, HILLENBRAND . Treasurer MEMBERS A. l., Garrell W. A, Monlgomerv Sleele W. W. Genlry J. A. Moriarily Ruch T. l-lagler A. A. Pelerson A. Thornlon J. S. Hillenbrand W. B. Rogers R. B. Walker G, A. Hines E, B. Russell . D. Walson W. J. Long S. R, Wood I3171 l l l Firsf Row: Capfain Grady, R. K. Abele, Mike Callahan, A. L. Garreff. Second Row: Walter Genfry, Joe Hillenbrand, C. V. Sfeele. Firsl' Row: l-lusf, Meek Thompson, Graves, Meyers, Slater, Sfaple Ton, King. Second Row Monk, Millen, Romine, Webb, G., Parfridge Clark Lod Beeler .. Y . . Kla rer. Third Row: Noel, Webb, R., Mc- Veigh, Herman, Cur- Tis, Hubbell, Mehen Pardue, Vick, Schwayrfl zinger. Fourfh Row: Davis, Keller, Gold Goffrey, Fisher, Fra: H zier, Snipes, Ashley. The main purpose oT The T Club is The promoTion OT good sporTsmanship. Along wiTh The honor oT wearing The "T" is carried a cerTain amounT oT responsibiliTy and The ad- herence To Three imporTanT obligaTions-Our ololigaTion To: Our Alma MaTer, To The wear- ers OT The and To The public in general. The organizaTion sTrives ToremosT To pro- moTe cooperaTion and Triendliness beTween coach and The sTuclenT and To creaTe a closer harmony beTween The various aThleTes. Emphasis is placed on The idea Thar in wear- ing The one represenTs more Than one's inTeresTs, buT The UniversiTy's and The Two million people who are proud To call The Uni- versiTy oT Tennessee Their Alma MaTer. OFFICERS BILL NOEL ..... . . . . . Presidenf POWELL SNIPES . . . . .Vice-Presidem' RICHARD MILLEN ....... . . .SecreTary i COACH JOHN BARNHILL . . . .Treasurer f3I8l y UU Barrei Asheley James Aurelia Mike Baliisaris Ted Beeler Len Broughion John Bufler Lesier Campbell Bob Ciiers John Clark Bob Connelly Bill Cox Alex Curiis Odie Davis Wilfred Davis Howard Doane Don Edmisfon Jody Fischer John Francis French Frazier Jim Gaffney Bill Gold Ray Graves Thomas Hagler Paul Herman Franklin Hubbell Websler Hubbell Silber? Huffman Al Husi Emil Husi Clarence Joslin Byron Hulchison Jim Kerr Bob Keller MEMBERS Bill King Rudy Klarer Denny Lediord O. C. Lloyd Bill Meek Frank McVeigh Bernie Mehen Jim Meyers Sam Monk Richard Mullen Charles Milchell Dick Mulloy Henry Noel Bill Nowlinq Bernard O'NeiI James Pardue Max Pariin Larry Parfridqe Alberi' Parsons lke Peel Elwood Powers Dave Rominies Herman Silva Len Simoneifi Waller Slaler Powell Snipes Clayion Siaplefon Jim Schwarizinqer Sam Thompson Sianley Tinsley Warren Vick George Webb Bob Webb WMM We 3 ?? H191 FirsT Row: Loy, Hill, Whilhoif, Purcell, Wesf, , Hlxan, Paschall, Long. Second Row: Claney, Smifh, Calhoun, mah, E SOI1, W1 R g Johnson, Reynold Th d R B Tl ir' ow: u 'er, Hayes, McNuH, Ton, Towle, Cullom, f Mfauger, Davis. Fourfh Q Row: Smith, Sferling Carfhron, Clancy, R b L eris, yl e. i l, I r ll , ,T --x. ,--ox . The VoleTTe Drill Team has disTinguished iTselT as one oT The mosT prominenT and mosT popular organizaTions on The campus. In Their sTrilf- ing orange and whiTe cosTumes They add much To The appearance oT The band when drilling aT The TooTball games. PermanenTly organized on,The in l935, They have collaboraTed wiTh The band in providing TheTsLnia,ppvifhalT-Time enTerTainmenT aT The games. 1 fl7he,L,Vo,lTeTTes have Tour main obiecTives which They sTrive To mainTain: T inLodn5iuncTion wi+h The UniversiTy band on cerTain prominenT oog5ia?i5nQsi,.Tofdevelop poise and bearing in The individual girl: To give an 'To a larger number oT girls: To give an expression To inherenT X Ir Yi if f, 'i'girou'pl,vagT,ioni'-T and To TosTer and develop a Tiner and more impressive T 1:5 1. H' VoleTTes have been ouTsTanding due To Their TulTillmenT iii5?5'imS and ideals. l oif imig lf32Ofl llll HH l The Universily of Tennessee lvlililary Eand is, as in mosl universilies Through- our lhe counlry, Jrhe besl known of slu- denr organizalions and malces appear- ances Jrhroughour lhe year on many and divers occasions, including loolball and baslcejrball games, local concerls and many communily and civic enrer- prises. Membership in Jrhe band which us- ually Jrolals approximalely eighly-five' men is composed ol musicians Selscield compe+i+ively from Jrhe sludenrllaody as a whole. While Jrhe inilial aims are ro add color and variely Jro Jrhe num- erous "occasions" and To slrimulale in- +efeS+ in music, Jrhe band is inilsehf a rarher inlimalre organizarion, lunclion- ing as such in providing recrealion and fellowship for ils members. l:321fI -'fi -SV , The UniversiTy ChrisTian AssociaTions play an im- porTanT role in TurThering of religious inTeresT on The campus, An eTTecTive religious program in a univer- siTy musT noT be so isolaTed as a uniT oT acTiviTy buT inTerrelaTed wiTh all phases oT sTudenT liTe. "Religion and liTe are one and The same or neiTher is anyThing." The associaTions have a wide and varied program cooperaTing in many phases of sTudenT acTiviTies, By holding conferences, reTreaTs, inTer-collegiaTe visiTa- Tionsf depuTaTions, socials, The ChrisTian AssociaTions. Wyoiiinig, TogeTher wiTh The CommuniTy Churches oT Kinoxvil'le, work To Turnish a cenTer Tor Trienclship, Traiining Tor leadership, and also an inTelligenT knowl- edge of a posiTive religion. ThieLiUyniversiTy ChrisTian AssociaTions nexT year enTer Their sixTy-sixTh year oT service on The campus. The Q. A. was Toundecl aT The UniversiTy on Feb- ruaTyi2, i'yl87.7, In I89O The TirsT sTudenT associaTion buildihg 'in The SouTh and The second in The UniTed STaTe's vyas builT on The UniversiTy OT Tennessee cam- pus. f 'P'residenT James D. T-Ioskins of The Y. M, C, A. preside,d3yaT The laying oT The cornersTone. ThroughouT Theiiyeafrsi oT service on The TaculTy and aclminisTraTion, he has mainTained an especial inTeresT in The work oT These organizaTions. The UniversiTy ChrisTian AssociaTions sponsor during Freshman Week The Freshman Mixer, Vespers, and The Torch NighT Ceremony. The AssociaTions sponsor The Religious Census and co-sponsor, wiTh The All STU- denTs Club, The DuTch Dinner Tor 'TransTer sTuclenTs, RecepTion Tor Girls, World Fellowship lvleeTings, Thanksgiving Service, InTer-Church ParTy, STudenT- FaculTy Dinner, Aloha Oe, and reTreaTs Tor sTudenT leaders. The ChrisTian AssociaTions also sponsor weekly Tellowship meeTings Tor men and women, The annual Mid-WinTer ConvocaTion, and The EasTer Serv- ice. PublicaTions oT The AssociaTions are "The Torch" and "The Tennessee TaTTler." Upon regisTraTion in The UniversiTy each man and woman becomes a member oT The respecTive division oT The AssociaTion, The Y. M. C, A. or The Y. W. C, A. The work oT The combined organizaTions is Tinanced by sTudenT conTribuTions, Tor which pledges are asked aT The Time oT regisTraTion, and proceeds Trom The operaTion oT The "Y Grill," locaTed in The cenTer of The campus. EllTllElllNlEE Vllil ll-- TBZZJ lllllllllll lllllllll ll ED STORY .... POWELL SNIPES . , Programs Powell Snipes Fosler Arnell Tommy Burroughs Burgess Brier Publicafions Fres Gene I-Ioldredge John Lundy Richard Thaler hman Alberl Moll Don Bossom Bill Sperl Dep Soci OFFICERS . . . Presidenl VIC KLEIN . . . . Vice-Presidenl JIMMY KERR . . ufafion Jimmy Kerr Craig Caldwell John Bolinger Bill Clolworlhy Joel Whillen als Bob Hobson George Webb I-Iugh Neil Religious Services I-lugh Wilson Ben Moore Russell Dynes George Campbell Conferences and Relreals Vic Klein Jimmy I-liclcman Tom Yarbrough Roy Sherrod . . Secrelary . . Treasurer Inler-Church R. E. Alexander Fred Brown Tom Richardson Bob Reaves Campus Service Ed Jones Ed I-Iorlon Comer Shaclclelr Membership Commillee Charlie Sanders John W. McCallie Lawrence D. Maney H231 ln' l924 lhe Beaver Clulo was formed wilh Geor e War? W wi ir: WA A P4777 , in-1, p-WT,-,,.v,,, ,i,.....,,,,..L.. -.. .....---..--.....---..-...g:azQ:.,.-,ZL Firsl Row: -Agree. Arm slrong, Fields, Fuller, Goodrich, -Hale. 'Sec on-d Rfo-w: Horfldn Mann, IPriesl, Ruffin Shackleford, Sherrod Third Row: Sulherland Tanner, Vaughan, Win- go, Wyriqk. HUGH SHACKLEFORD, Presidenl JACK ARMSTRONG, Co-Presidenl IVA PICKENS, Vice-Presidenl . . HUGH SHACKLEFORD , . QAOK ARMSTRONG . . . IVA- rPi,cKENs .... THOMAS MANN . . cR,OsiAR MINER . . THOMAS SHOOK . . W,'D'.,HlLL .... E,nwARo PRIEST ..,.. DONALD MCLEAN ...,.. .CAROLYN SUTHERLAND . . OLIVER AGEE A,...A, L.-C1 HOUSE , . . OFFICERS . . Della Tau Della . . Della Sigma Phi . . . Kappa Della THOMAS MAN N Treasurer OROSIAR MINEFS, seefefafy' ' A DR. PAUL K. WALP .,.. MEMBERS . .Della Tau Della . , . Della Sigma Phi . . . . . . Kappa Della . , . Alpha Tau Omega .......SigmaNu . , . Pi Kappa Alpha . . . . Pi Kappa Phi ......Sigma Chi Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . , Della Della Della . . Sigma Phi Epsilon Phi Sigma Kappa ,LAWRENCE THOMAS , . .ff fL5mbaa cm Alpha 'MIKEI CAPANEAR . . , ..... , . Della sigma Phi HELEN VAUGHAN . . . Turner a's,,presidenl. One represenlalive lrom each lllalernily ancl sororily ancl lwo represenlalives ol lhe nonflralernily sluclenls are Organized each year in - ,lhe Beaver Club. These members are lhe ollicial 'welcoming commillee ol lhe Universily lor all visilors. vQpTh'e Beavers sponsor lhe special cheering seclion al lhe 'ioolball games lo promole more school spiril and beller yells. In recenl years lhey inslilulecl lhe col- JACOUELINE GOODRICH DOROTHY HALE ..,... ' JEAN WYRICK ..... ANNA BELL WINGO . . WILLIAM LEDFORD .. CHARLES ELLIS . . . EDWARD HORTON . . CHARLOTTE KINCAID . MARGARET WEBB . . . WILLIAM RUFFIN .. EDNA WALLACE . . JAMES FULLER ..... ROY SHERROD ...... NINA FIELDS ....... .........Non-Fral. Alpha Tau Omega , .... Sigma Nu . . , , . .Adviser Alpha Della Pi I .I .i Zela Tau Alpha . . . , , Phi Mu . . .Sigma Kappa . . . Kappa Alpha , Della Tau Della Phi Gamma Della Alpha Omicron Pi , . . . .Chi Omega . , . Kappa Sigma . . . Della Zela . . . Non-Fral. . , Non-Fral. . . Non-Fral. ored carcl lriclas which have proved mosl successlul. They also help wilh lhe annual High School Day pro- gram in welcoming sludenls parlicipaling in lhe various evenls. In cooperalion wilh lhe Blue Triangle Club lhe Beavers hold a receplion On Parenls' Day. In lhe lew years ol exislence lhis club has grown on lhe campus unlil loclay il is one Ol lhe mosl im- porlanl organizalions on lhe "Hill," IIIIIIHIIIE L3Z4iI ll lalllllii llllllll The Non-Fraierniiy Associaiion council is made up of persons elecied from each college and class by unaliiliaied members of ihese fwo bodies. Every siudeni of The Universiiy who does noi' associale wiih a' liraierniiy auiomaiically becomes a member of The associaiion. By means of iis close-lcnir, inielligeni organizaiion, The non-lraierniiy group had been able 'ro ialce conceried aciion and malce iiseli fell in circles highly imporrani io i'rs members' inleresl. The Associaiion, under Hs excelleni leader, John Smaril, has lunclioned 'rhis year as never before, and has reached new degrees of imporiance in ihe eyes of every sfudenf. Irs goal is ihe securing for all unaffilialed siuclenis 'rheir proper significance in U, T.'s campus life. OFFICERS JOHN SMARTT . . . . . Presidenl THERESSA BRICHETTO . . . Treasurer SHELBY TURNER . . . Vice-Presideni VERLENE CUNNINGI-IAM . . . . Secrelary MEMBERS Sandy Sanderson Pele Shelion Rochell Eulbrighi Ari' Byrne Doroihy Seale Leo Miller Dixie Miller Shelby Turner Herman Silva Richard Garner Eugene Greenwell Mildred Mclniosh Lula Builer Broyles Crawley Oliver Dale Rulh Downey Russell Dynes John Clark Marjorie Abboil Ann Moore Woodson King Sam Slubblelield Nina Fields Perry Lane Kalherine Clancy Mike Callahan Julia Jennings Alma Moum' Rodney Purnell Eugene Holdridge Halph Hudson Jess Sabley Norman Dowdy G. C. Carier John Smarli Arrhur Miller David Hasiings l3Z5l Firsi' Row: Abb'oH Byrne, Crowley, Dale Dowdy, Fields, Garner Second Row: Hasfings Hudson, King, Mcln- fosh, Miller, A., Miller D., Moore. Third Row Mouni, Purnell, Silva ,-Smarf, Sfubblefield Turner. Hudson, Rose, Dowd y, Haslings. i !.i 'vi aals C rs, RALPH HUDSON . . . . Presldenr HAROLD ROSE .... NORMAN DOWDY . Eugene E. Adkins William S. Allen Will M. Anderson Willie C. Bain Rayburn C. Barker George Baugus A. Brown Beasley Plo,uSl'on Beeler EUGENE ATKINS DAVID HASTINGS ROBERT PARKS . L. W. Bell Samuel P. Bible Homer Blackmon Joseph W. Branson James R. Brorhers Roberl' Lee Brown Dan Buckley Ray Burns OFFICERS . Vice-Presiclenl . Secrelary . Treasurer E . . . . Crilic . Sergeanl-al-Arms MEMBERS John McCoy Campbell Tom Calloway Chas. Cannon G, L. Carler J. C. Clark Max Clendenen Horace E. Corder Hoy Crabtree A. B. Crawley Turner Crow W. T. Crowder William Dallon Odie Davis Mac Demenl Lewis H. Dickson Wilbern Dorris .gil l326fl llllll R. Norman Dowdy Donald Downey N. H. Eubanks Warner Fisher Robl. Fisher Morgan Filzgerald George Fosler Charles French Waller Fundenger Richard Garner Bradley K. Gouge Winfred Haynes Augusl Hadorn Clarence Hale James D. Hamillon A. B. Harmon Oliver Harmon David Haslings James Olear Hendrix Dale E. Henry Owen E. Hodges Cornell Houslon Ralph Hudson Lanlon Humberd James Earl Humphreys S. Tiplon Jamison James Jones Edgar R. Jarmon Herberl Johnson Norman Jones Thomas Kelly Jones Warren L. Jones Joe M. Keller Phillip Woodson King Shirley Lalla Roy Frank Lawson Jack R. Lewis John Dennie Lillle Haywood W. Luck Earnesl Haywood Lumpkin Samuel M. Lumpkin Harry E. Margrave James B. Margrave Joe M. Marlin Edwin J. Mallhews William Maupin W. W. McLean Harry McKenny John McCampbell Sam McMurray Arlhur Miller Dixie Miller Leo Miller David T. Minor O. R. Milchell Ralph Moflall MEMBERS James Monroe Edward Morrow Joe J. Moss Corral Melhvin Joe Malhews John Franklin Nix Carlus R. Owen Robl. Park. Herberl E. Parker L. Painler J. B. Peck Roberl B. Perry Fred C. Powell Henry Pryor Rodney K. Purnell Rowland H. Rawls William M. Redding S. E. Reed Rufus Riggan Donald B. Roark Marlin Robbins Henry E. Rogers Harold Rose Jesse Cladus Salley Lawson Salley Bernard Sanderson Marion Smilh Raymond Simmons Waller L. Seahorn S. Paul Seneker John B. Sharp Leo Sharp B. F. Shellon John Mall Smarll Horace Smilh Thomas A. Smilh Warren Smilh Charles Hugh Snodderly Frank Sorrells John B. Sloner Sam M. Slubblelield Marvin Tarpy Clyde N. Taylor Shelby O. Turner Ed Vanzanl William L. Vaughan Hugh Vineyard Henry D. Walers William Walers Billie Wallace John W. Wesl John S. Wilder Ralph Wilkinson Zelig O. Wise Jones B. Wilson Dorbel Wrighl l327i Flrsl Row: Hussey, Jor- dan, Burkarl. Second Row: Lady, Fowlkes, Reynolds, Slsk, Osl, Graves, Clemens. Third Row: Bounds, Allen, Rogers, J., Rogers, K., Fulgham, Brown, Quinn. Fourlh Row': Fowler, Bruce, Safriel, Web- sler, McCollum, Rey- nolds, Wiseman, Rich- ard. 1 1 1 l l OFFICERS MISS CATHERINE ALLEN . . . Direclor DOROTHY SISK ALMA JORDAN .... . Presidenl JANICE OST . . MEMBERS Olive May Allen Jane Barlon! Belly Jo Brown ' Q,Myrlle Rose Bruce Lula Buller Gloria Cain Xe- Jean Cameron Caroline Clemens Mary Jane Cook Jane Diclcs' ' Bely B. Fowler Anne Fowllces Vallie Jo Fox Dorolhy Fulghum Louis Galloway lvlarqy Graham Charlolle l-lall Sara Le Hardy Sally Jean Jones Charlolle Kincaid T Irene Edmunds-- Dorris ,Evans Ma ry Fairlna n ks Jewel Lady l-lelen Livinqslone The Modern Dance group was formed in I937. February ol"l'939 lhe group gave ils lirsl recilal. Every year since lhen lhe -Modern Dance recilal has seen an-.annual'evenl., V Unlil lhis year membership inkjjhe organizalion was by invilalion. Aller oulsland- ing performances in lhe modern dance classes lhis Mary Cleve Lund Dorolhy Lynn Elmeria McCallum Joy McKinney Sara Francis Miller Belly Jane Piclcle Iva Pickens Frances Quinn Joyce Reynolds Marlha Gaines Rey Frances Richards Mary Robe-rls molds . . . . . Vice-Presidenl . Secrelary and Treasurer Jane Rogers Kalhryn Rogers Luch Lallriel Chrisline Sparr Jeanne Slriclcland Mary E. Swallord Margarel Thalcher Lillian Von Bramer Billie Grace Wallcer Marlha Anna Websler Selila Wiseman Palricia Woodward yearl membership in lhe club has been open lo every girl who is inleresled in dance, and has had lraining or is al presenl enrolled in a class. Modern dance is lhe arl form ol physical educalion and is con- sidered a crealive eslhelic experience. limi ii ll Hllllll . L328Ql TTT H T T JU HB1 TI E TTTTT The purpose oT The FruiT Judging Team is To encourage and promo'Te knowledge oT diTTerenT kinds oT TruiT. The Team is made up Trom' year To year oT sTudenTs inTeresTed in scienTiTic TruiT growing. Each Team every year compejres in a regional conTesT which brings TogeTher The besT Teams in The EasT. i T T T' ' A ' T ,fist 1:3291 e I Sharp H 9. The American Sociefy of Civil Engineers is an organizafion designed lo bring fhe sfudenfs of fhis course in closer relafionship wifh The civil engineering world of foday. To furfher inferesf among fhe sfudenfs fhe sociefy gives fwo awards each year. A year's membership in fhe sfudenl chapfer is given fhe Sophomore having fhe besf scholasfic average. The second award, a year's membership fo fhe Senior Sociefy, is given fo fhe Senior oufsfanding in scholarship. Firsf Row: Mullinix, Burghess, Wood, Fincannon, Torbeff, Smifh, Guy, Reager, Prof, Fabian. Second Row: Paffon, Valentine, Fleming, Barker, Jeff, Thomas, Allen. Third Row: Prof. Granger, Prof. Brown, Minfzer, Prof. Aiken, Kenworfhy, Prof. Camp, Dougherfy, Kirby, Sheegog. I I I I OFFICERS 5, D, REAGER , . . . Presidenf L. S. BARKER . . . .Secrefary C, M, THOMAS , , , . Vice-Presidenl T. C. ALLEN . . . . Treasurer MEMBERS J, M, Adams E. Dougherfy G, W. Gleaves L. R. Kirby H, O. Mullinix L. C. Smifh L. Armsfrong A. M. Eafon T. Flagler W. J. Long L, Paehler F. R. Tinnon D. M, Aughenbaugh S. L. Fincannon E, G. Harris C, McMurry J, F. Fallon l-l, P. Valenfine J, W. Bailey J. W, Fowler F. Ivy O. W. Minlzer H. Rabin P. Winn R. Bafson W. B. Fowler G. B. Jeff J. D. Moulfon R. Sheegog S. R. Wood R. J, Burgess I I I MEMBERS J. T. Baily L. F. Chandler D. E. Freeman Hayden H, Hoyle L. A. Reaves Roberf B. Walker Cecil D. Barnes James L. Collins Sam Good John Lancasfer E. B. Russell Eugene D, Whife Thomas Bafes Bob Black W. L, Bruce B. D. Bradford Roberf Cox G. W. Denman F. Shelfon Douglas C. G. Ellis R. M. Farnham M, C. Callahan The American Sociefy of Mechanical Engineers promofes for fhe 'sfudenfs a beffer insighf on fhe mechanical engi- neering world of Today. By exfensive field frips falqen fhroughouf fhe year fhe sfudenf is broughf in conlacf wi+h prac- fical ends of mechanical engineering. Firsf Row: Moore, Good, Callahan, Freeman, Farn- ham, Reaves, McDowell, Prof. Morfon. Second Row: Prof. Tucker, Harris, Cox, Black, Hillenbrand, Duggan, Russell. Third Row: Sweeney, Sfair, Bruce, Jenkins, Bafes, Sfouf. Herberf Duggan W. C. Harris R, Earle Harris Joe Hillenbrand James D. Maloney Roberf Maxwell James McDowell J. W. Moore James S. Smifh William K. Sfair K. Deane Slouf Roy L, Sweeney George Whiflinglon Joe J, Wider Huberf N. Wilson T. E. Wrighf Louis Winn. A. l. C. E. was organized fo promofe inferesf of sfudenfs in chemical engineering and coordi- nafe sfudenfs of chemisfry info fhe nafional in- sfifufes of Chemical Engineers. The goal of fhe organizafion is fhaf of advancing fhe fheory and pracfice of The profession: and fo mainfain a high sfandard of proficiency among ifs members. Bcffom Row: Carfer, Orr, Ruch, Oglesby, Maerker, May, Maskall. Second Row: Dr. D. J. Mack, Dokken, Howell Moriarty, Gulley, Loving, Roberfs, Meriwelher. Third Row: Pinoffi Dr, R. M. Boarfs, Dunn, Merfz, Waldrop, MacDanial, Parker, Gilberf, Abboff, Dr. W, H. Baskerville. P. L. PINOTTI . H. M. MCDANIEL . . William Baskerville Clyde L, Carler Marvin Dokker John Abboff William Allen Charles Brown Mike Buchanan Walfer Bussarl' W. O. Campbell J. H. Carroll W. J. Ca1ron E. T. Collinsworfh N. Coppedqe G, C. Davis Minor Den? J. Eubanks J. D, Flynn John Fuzek I l l OFFICERS . . President NEAL WALDROP . , . Vice-Presiclenl CLYDE WATSON . FACULTY R, M. Boarls GRADUATES Readus Lonq Frank Galyon F. W. Gilbert W. O. Gullev H. E. Hammer George Hines Russell lngraham W, I. Jones MEMBERS A. l. E. E. is fhe sfudenf branch organizafion of fhe Amer- ican lnsfifufe of Elecfrical Engineers. The purpose of fhe A. l E. E. is fo coordinafe fhe acfions and fhoughfs of fhe sfudenfs enrolled in elecfrical engineering: fo make for fhe advance- menf and fheory of fhe profession: and fo mainfain a high sfandard of proficiency among ifs members. Membership fo fhe organizafion is by invifafion. The sfand ards of admission are such fhaf only fhose sfudenfs enrolled William Merfz K. W. King 'William Loveday Charles Mascall John Maerker John May Harold McCurdy H, McDaniel D. J. Mack Roy Dunn J. W. McWilliams R. T. Meriwefher William Monfgomery William S. Murrel Clyde Orr Clyde Orr, Jr. Garrell Parker Secrefary . Treasurer Herberf Kerr Adolph Peferson Robert Rhodes J. W. Ruch Harry Shickley Henry H. Sineafh Amos C. Troffer Walfer Walkins Clyde L. Wafson in elecfrical engineering, who have a scholarship average in . fhe upper sfanding of fhe class, and who have shown fhem- selves parficularly likely fo succeed in fhe profession are ad- miffed. The acfual organizafion is governed by sfudenf offi- cers, elecfed by fhe ferm sysfem, while faculfy members per- sonally advise and direcf fhe research of fhe organizafion as a whole. William Pollock was fhe sfudenf presidenf for l942. Firsl' Row: Rudolph, Robbins, Thornfon, Holf, Abel, McAdams, Sfiners, Knox. Second Row: Prof, Tarboux, Garreff, Allen, Luallen, Hudson, Hauk, Quinn, Rob- erson, Prof. Shipley, Sfeele, Prof. Leffell, Holloway, Ross, Rafliff, Prof. Wakefield. UNIVERSITY CHORUS The Universify Chorus, direcfed by Mr. Rogers Carroll, offers a greaf opporfunify fo all fhose sfudenfs who are musi- cally falenfed and who enioy singing. Mr. Carroll has had much experience direcfing young people's choirs and is very successful in fhis field. Throughouf fhe year, fhe chorus gives several radio and musical programs in addifion fo ifs annual concerf. As a well-organized group, if has in fhe pasf few years grown and developed info an acfivify which affords pleasure bofh for fhe parficipanfs and fheir audience. Firsf Row: Carroll, Quinn, Sherrod. Second Row: Cerfain, Pomeroy. J. ROGERS CARROLL , . . . Director FRANCES QUINN . ,...., Presidenf ROY SHERROD , . , Business Manager VELMA DYNES . . . . ,Accompanisf RUTH CERTAIN ..., , .Secrefary THOMAS POMROY , .. ,.,,., , Treasurer MEMBERS Bell Bulluck Rufh Cerlain Berly Donaldson Velma Dynes Nancy Long Bill Loveday Frances Quinn Chesler Varnell Theressa Bricheffo Tom Crufchfield Laura Edgerfon Roberf Foxworfhy Elizabefh Anne Griffiffs Robbie Dean Hoffman Eva Mae Lawson Clifford O'NeiI Barbara Perkins BLUE TRIANGLE CLUB Formed upon fhe encouragemenf of fhe universify adminis- frafion, fhe Blue Triangle Club meefs regularly fo hold ifs meefings and conducf ifs regular order of business. lfs "Head- quarfers" are fhe Y. W. C. A. Lounge, and ifs chief concern is wifh fhe building of characfer among fhe young womanhood of fhe Universify. If is offen fhe cusfom for fhe club members fo meef in fhe Lounge of fhe af noon, or fhereaboufs, fo discuss ways and means of improving fhe campus and general Rufh Bransford Rufh Brennan Roland Breff Jo Dickinson H. K. Odgen Thomas Pomroy Bob Schwalb Helen Thomas Sherman Wood Jim Fly Inez Finch James Mann Ray Myres Harry Pierce Don Roarlc Lloyd Shell Roy Sherrod environmenf, and hoping fo find some sorf of suggesfions as fo how ifs individual members can besf serve fheir Alma Mafer, and sfill make some significanf confribufion while sfill enrolled fhere as a sfudenf. The Blue Triangle Club is fo be congrafulafed upon a fine job well done. Their funcfion is a funcfion much needed by fhe "Hill," buf all foo offen overlooked. A loouquef fo fhe con- scienfiousness of ifs members. Firsf Row: Kafherine Clancy, Marian Caldwell, Judy Boring. Back Row: Virginia Davis, Ann McCorkle, Marfha Ross. The Dairy Club is composed of AgriculTure sTudenTs who are inTeresTed in dairy work. lTs purpose is To bring abouT a closer relaTionship beTween The dairy sTudenTs and TaculTy. IT co- operaTes wiTh The AgriculTural Club, "Tennessee Farmer," and oTher agriculffural acTiviTies and TosTers aT U. T. Dairy program. Through This club members gain experience in conducTing meeTings and become acquainTed wiTh sTaTe and naTional organizaTions oT This Type. FirsT Row: Humberd, HamilTon, Prof. RoberTs, Beeler, Jarman, Humberd, Waters, Lawson, Margrave, Thompson. Back Row: SToner, Smilh, Hadorn, Smilh, McLean, Lumpkin, Margrave, SmarlT, Wilkerson, Prof. Harrison. HENRY DEAN WATERS HOUSTON BEELER . Marvin Belew Ray Burns Tom Calloway Augusl' Hadorn J. B. Hamillon William HamiITon T. B. Harrison HunTer Van Hoff DAIRY CLUB OFFICERS . . . Presidenf RAYMOND SIMMONS . . Vice-Presiden+ LEYTON HUMBERD . , MEMBERS OuenTin Humberd Russell Humberd Edgar Jarman Bob Johnson Roy Lawson Mark Lumpkin Harry Margrave J. B. Margrave Harold Mullins W. M. Roberts John SmarTT Marion SmiTh . . Secrelary . . Treasurer J. B. SToner Norman Thompson Lance Wiley Howard Wilkerson l I I OFFICERS CHEATHAM HALL WEAVER . . . . . Presldenf MACK DEMENT ROBERT L. RUSSEL .... . . Vice-PresidenT KING PORTER . MEMBERS A. J. AbernaThy George Baugus Fundinger Joe MarTin Eugene Adkins Jack Bible P. B. Graves Roscoe Mehlhorn W. S. Allen H. E. BlaTT M. E. Henegar David Minor Will Anderson W, C. Bain James R. Brolhers Mafhis Bush Mac DemenT Thomas Jackson Slirling LeiTch ErnesT Lumpkin O. R. Milchell H. N. Moore C, M. Mullins Edwin J. MaTThews H, J, Parks Hardy PiTTs King G. PorTer W. M. Redding Roberf Russell . . .Secrefary . . .Treasurer John W. Shipp Alfred Swann James Swann C. H. Weaver Malcolm E. Wilkerson Tennessee's American SocieTy of AgriculTure Engineers was broughT To The campus in l939. IT was founded years ago on The WesTern CoasT, and we now Tind chapTers of This organ- izaTion over The enTire UniTed Sl'aTes. Only The sTudenTs regisTered in AgriculTural Engineering or in Rural Engineering are eligible To The socieTy. Freshmen may belong affer They have compleTed a quarTer oT one of These courses. Even Though scholarship requiremenTs are noT necessary, oTTicers and voTers musT have a Two-poinT average. Ag engineers purpose is To apply engineering To agriculTure, Thus iT enables Them To use iT in designing machines and buildings. Even Though This socieTy is one of The young- esT aT U. T. iT is noTed Tor iTs eTTicienT work. Firsf Row: Prof. Sharp, MiTcheIl, PorTer, Russell, BIaTT, kAelll-.n..,.- CA,-And Dnxu' Drf-sf Dnifarcnn Ar4I1inQ DAIRY CATTLE J UDG-1-ING TEAM Humberd, Beeler H d S+ Wf a orn, oner, aers. DAIRY PRODUCTS JUDGING TEAM Prof. Roberfs. Lawson, Smifh, Margrave, Prof Harrison. Formed To beTTer TaciliTaTe and inTeresT The universiTy sTudenTs in dairy manuTacTuring, The UniversiTy oT Tennessee Dairy ProducTs Judging and The Dairy CaTTle Judging Teams have done excellenT worlc. Every year The universiTy is reloresenTed in a naTional c:onTesT by a well-Trained group. AT This evenT, usually held in OcTober, The represenTaTives T Trom U. T. always make an excellenT showing. M y NE will g H341 ' , W Aw -- ' Y - g ' 1 ' , 9 fa w 1 3 THE MEDICAL SCHOOL Mainly Through The sincere eTTorTs oT Nux Club The Memphis Division OT The UniversiTy has placed The Tollowing pages in The "VolunTeer." Earl BesT, a senior in Medical School, is inTeresTed This year in The Tollow- ing organizaTions wiTh The idea oT beTTer represenTaTion OT This well- lcnown branch oT The UniversiTy, and as a resulT a regular secTion oT The boolc has been Tormed. l-leralded 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 lcnowledge and pracTices. This college draws iTs enrollmenT oT some 856 Trom all secTions oT The UniTed STaTesp a TaculTy oT prominenT scienTisTs direcT The academic worlc. Surrounded by a group oT The mosT superior hospiTals in The SouTh, The medical sTudenTs receive excellenT pracTical experience. ThroughouT Their Training The groups oT selecTed sTudenTs pursue The courses wiTh The one greaT aim, "To be oT a greaTer social service To humaniTy." The high reguiremenTs necessary Tor admission insure an enrollmenT oT sTudenTs who are well gualiTied Tor a scienTiTic career, and who are willing To underTalce a course requiring selT-sacriTice, and an unTold amounT oT inTensive sTudy and worli. The UniversiTy loolcs wiTh pride on iTs sisTer schools in Memphis. f336J Manu u AL Firsf Row: Anspaugh, Brown, Cafes, Cline, Davidson. Second Row: Hayes, Hicks, Hudson, HunT, La ma r. Third' Row: Marshall, Nash, Schwarfz, Taylor, 'Weis- ner, Wilson. ,ff i , , 1' -. T H i' 3 l ROBERT ANSPAUGH . JAMES C. NASH, JR, . l-TAYNES B. CATES . . KENNETH HICKS . . JAMES F. GRAHAM . TUCKI J. T. HAYES, JR Eu.eENE, ofxvioson . isfmc ii-DALE BROWN Alpha Kappa Kappa Alpha Kappa Kappa . . . . . Phi Chi . . . . Phi Chi . , Phi Rho Sigma . . Phi Rho Sigma . .TheTa Kappa Psi MEMBERS GARLAND V, TAYLOR. JR. . .Delfa Sigma Delfa SLAYDEN V. HUNT C. P. WILSON, JR. FRANK J. HUDSON GEORGE LAMAR . HAROLD H. CLINE CARL V. WEISENER . Psi Omega . Psi Omega . . . ,Kappa Psi . . Kappa Psi Phi DelTa Chi Phi DelTa Chi . . , TheTa Kappa Psi LMARSHALL, JR. . . Delis sigma Delia 5 The Nlgx Clulo is an organizaTion sponsored by The U,niversiTy oT Tennessee and esTab- lished on-'The campus aT Memphis. The Com- miTTeeion STudenT WelTare chooses Two sen- iors Trom. each recognized TraTerniTy Tor mem- 'ii',LS'ershipfi'in. The club. The purpose oT This or- E338l WARREN H. KIMSEY . . . . DR. A. JOHN SCHWARZ . . . .Sponsor ganizaTion is To promoTe Tavoralole publiciTy Tor The Memphis uniTsp The advancemenT oT good fellowship among TraTerniTies on The campus, and The TosTering OT a medical sec- Tion in The "VolunTeer." - A E L PIII Ullll IIII Phi Della Chi, a nalional Professional Phar- rnaceulical and Chemical Fraiernily, was founded al lhe Universiiy of Michigan in The year I888. The chapler Iocaied al Jrhe Uni- versily ol Tennessee was formed on May I I, I922, and was iilled Omega Chapler. Dr. Roberl Crowe, Dean of ihe School ol Phar- macy, holds lhe disiinguished honor oi being The iirsi charler memloer ol Jrhe local Omeoa chapier. FACULTY R. L. Crowe Dr. E. I-I. Williams Dr. W, B. Wendel Mr. Glenn Ouisi Dean of SCIIOOI of Dr T P Nash Jr Mr. A. I-I. Musick Pharmacy, Grand Vice' ' ' ' ' ' Presiclenl. OFFICERS CARL V. WIESENER . . . . . Presidenl W. FRED I-IARRIS,JR. . . , Secreiary CHARLES E. BRUER . . . . Vice-Presidenf HAROLD CLINE . . . . Treasurer MEMBERS Class of I94-2 Wade M. Bibb Grover C. Bowles John A, Curlis Rufus Davis Roy E, Roloerls Elmus I-I. Curlis Francis I-I. I-Ierndon Class of I943 William A. Burlon Henry C. Gower Troy Paine James D. Pope I-Ienry Walson Special Dallon S. Oliver Pledges J. Parker Ballinger Carler Blankenship Vernon L. Place J. Kenneih Rader Clyde Wiles l3391 Firsf Row: Ballinger Bibb, Blankenship Bowles, Breen, Burlon Cline, Crowe, Curfis E. Second Row: Cur- fis, J., Davis, Gowen Harris, Herndon, Mu sick, Nash, Paine, Place Third Row: Po pe Quisl, Rader, Roberls Walson, Wendel, Wies- ener, Wiles, Williams. Fi r sf Row: Acree Adams, Allen, Barker Bohan, Bonds, Boone Boswell, Boyd, BUSSEY- Second Row: Camp bell, Ca rpenfer, Cafes, Clark, Conway, Crews Cross, DeMere. Eflef. Evans. T hir d Row F r e n c h, Garrelt fin, Hand, Hicks, H. Hicks, R., Horn, E. Fourth Row: Horn, L.: lnmon, Jackson, Jones, Kyle, Lane, Larkin, Lafhram, Long, Mallee. Graves, Grenfell, Grif- OFFICERS W, E. Sl-IEFFIELD . . ....... Presidenl PRICE STEPP .... Theifhi Chi Medical Fralernily was founded MarChT3 I, l889, al Ihe Universily of Vermonl llhve Easlern Fralernily-Alphal and al Ihe Uni- versiily of Louisville Oclober 26, l894 lSou+h- ern Fralernilyl. The Iralerniiy was uniled inlo one and incorporaled May 8, I9Ol. There are 65 Iaolive chaplers, I,553 collegiale mem- bers. 'Up Io l938 Ihere were l9,663 members admilrled since ils organizalion. BEN BUSSEY . . . . Vice-Presidenl Secreiary and Treasurer Alpha Bela oi Phi Chi of Ihe Universiiy of Tennessee, Memphis, was inslalled April 4, I9l4, wilh ihe inlroduclion of six members inlo Ihe chapler. There are al presenl 76 aclive collegiale members and SO pledges. There are 37 members of Phi Chi on Ihe Uni- versily of Tennessee Facully, Memphis, and 50 aclive alumni in Memphis al Ihe presenl lime. pill Q in C f340Il R. F, Ackerman Wm. D. Acree Jerald E. Adams F. P. Allen Harold Allen Wm. F. Andrews Bill J. Baird Ed. C. Barker Wm. Benson Kennelh E. Bohan James W. Bonds Howard A. Boone Waller Leroy Boswell James K. Boyd John T. Bradley Neil Brien John T. Bryan Ben Bussy Charles F. Buller James Wyali Caden Dan Campbell Wm. Neel Carpenler Roloerl S. Carridine Hayes B. Cafes Beach Clark Charles L. Coaies Charles W. Collier John P. Conway George A. Coors John P. Crews R. E. Cross Billy C. Davis Harry DeMere Roberi G. Demos W. D, Diamond John W. Edans Edgar L. Elier J. C. Franklin Noble O. Fowler Edward French Ben Galloraiih Joseph D. Garcia Joe Garrell' Sidney O. Graves Roy Green Nicholas P. Grenfell Olin A. Griffin Alberl M. Hand James W. Harrison Fred W. Hauser James B. Javron Frank B. Hays My 1 MEMBERS Jim Hendrick H. K. Hicks Roberl' S. Hicks Roberl L. Hippen Carl L. Horn Edgar B, Horn Lacy G. Horn Calvin ldol Byron lnmon Ernesi P. Jabour James T. Jackson Thomas M. Jackson Sirallon Jones Joseph W. Kyle George F. Lane John Larkin Ted Laihram Felix Line Walier M. Loeb Charles E. Long Myron R. Maiiison John McCall Palriclf McCarly Charles F. McCrory Marion B. McKinney James L. McRee Roloeri M. Miles Wm. R. Miller Bioly Mifchell Ennis E. Moss Park Mullem Pershing Muncy Billy Murrah Thomas P. Nash Spurgeon Neel John O'Brien Wm. Parker Russell Pallerson John Pilkinglon C. F, Piiard Wilkes Polier George Reams Roberl G. Reave Henry J. Roberis J. D. Rozzell Roberl F. Shuliz Wm. Shacklell' W, E. Sheffield J. T. Smeclley A. E. Smiih George C. Smirh Brinkley Snowden llll S Jack Sorrells Price Slepp r Sam Sugg, Harold Tabla W. G. Tabb Hall S. Tacklell Dan M. Thomas Lucian Trenl Preniiss Turman W. T. Tyson Treni Vandergriii David Veseley G. F. Vlasis King Wade Fred C. Wallace Jim Wallace Edwin Werkheiser Jacob M. Williams J. E. Williams , Roderick Williams Oliver Wingo James Wiiheringlon H. D. Wolfe Jesse F. Waller Jess Frank Whiie Howard Ziegle lf341fl Fi rs? Row: Miles, Mifchell, Mullem, Muncy, Neel, O'Brien, Pafferson, Pilkinglon, Polfer, Reaves. Sec- ond Row: Rozelle, S c h u I z, Sheffield, Smilh, Sorrells, Sfepp, Sugg, Tabb, H.: Tabb, W., Thomas. Third Row: Trenl, Turman, Wallace, Fred, Wal- lace, Jim, Werkeiser, Williams, J. E.g Wil- liams, J. M.: Williams, R.: Wingo, Ziegle. Firsl' Row: Boyeffe Brown, D., Brown, L. Carler, Clayfon. Sec ond Row: Cooper, Da vidson, Goodall, Keen McGriffin. Third Row Milford, Smilh, Sydnor, Travafhan, While, Wil kening. OFFICERS WILLIAM LEWIS MCGUFFIN ....... Prylan ISAAC DALE BROWN . . . . Vice-Pryian HAROLD KEEN ............. Bursar MEMBERS Class of l94l Isaac Dale Brown Leland Lesie Brown Ralph Sluarl Claylon Curlis 6. Boyelle Sam C, Carler Henry Ramsey Cooper Arlhur D. Donnelly Bernard Baird David Eugene Davidson Esion While Class of l942 Merle Davis Class of l-larold Keen William Lewis McGu'lIin Rorace McGuire 'Class of Alberi I-I. Ficlc Theia Kappa Psi was founded on Thanks- ,qivinq Day, November 30, I879, al New I-laven, Conneclicui, and is The oldesl medical iralerniiy in exislence. There are 34 aclive Franklin Dillon Nalhan Horner Roberl' Duncan Trevalhan I943 Enoch C. McReynolds James I-'luberl Milford Ellis Parlcer David Smilh Elmer Sydnor, Jr. Ralph Leroy Willcening I944 Roberl Goodall Wayne I-lyall collegiale chaplers and 23 graduaie chaplers. Bela Theia of Thela Kappa Psi was insialled al lhe Universily of Tennessee College of Medicine on February 22, I9I3. limi Iiii I Isl H421 Psi Omega was organized ar Ballimore Col- lege of Denial Surgery in l892. The Tralernily aims To mainlain lhe slandards of The profes- sion, io encourage scienlific invesligalion and liierary cullure. Psi Gamma chapler was Wilbur Abernelhy Carler Dobbs Roberl' P. Denney Sladen V. l-lunl Benlon M. Hendrix Cecil l-liclcs Roberl B. l-lughleil James E. Jones William T. Jones Shirley M. Mills Terry E. Miller ll TE ll founded al lhe Universily ol Tennessee in l926, and since, many oi ils members have lalcen an aclive parl in lhe narional denial associalion. MEMBERS Wayne Paulus Franlc C. Rich Vernon l-l. Reed John A. Robbs Reuben l-l. Searcy C. P. Wilson, Jr. l-larolcl W. Ziehm Roberl E, Aclcer Ralph E, Braden Thomas l-l. Broolcs l-larry l-l. Bullermore C. E. Middlecoif Carl W. Norwood l-larvey M. Campbell l-lerberl l-l. Granger Richard D. Hardin J. A. Pender Charles G. l-lolr Franklin Scanlon Chesler l-layworlh Vaughn Slosich W. M. l-lerring, Jr. Donald M. Thompson Roberl Jackson Willon P. Tilley J. L. Jones William K. Warren John M. McCoy William F, Willien Rubin McKee William M. Younger Thomas Meadows T. W, Ganell, Jr. in QW I3431 First Row: Abernalhy, Acker, Braden, Brooks, Bullermore, Campbell. Denney, Dobbs, Gar- relf. Second Row: Granger, Hardin, Hen- drix, Herring, Hicks, Holf, Hughleff, Hun'I', Jones, J. E. Third Row: Jones, R. L., Jones, Wm. T., Mc- Coy, McKee, Miller, Mil-ls, Norwood, Pen- der, Reed. Fourfh Row: Rich, Robbs, Searcy, Thompson, Tilly, War- ren, Willien, Wilson, Younger, Ziehm. Firsl' Row: Anderson Belew, Collins, Cram blef, Croslin, Gar many, Gidcomb, Gold ner. Second Row Hale, Hudson, Jeskey, Kishbaugh, Lamar, Mo bley, Morrison, Over man. Third Row P a r k e r, Finkerfon Price, Reaves, Roach Schwarlz, Sfeffner Swindler. Fourlh Row Thompson, Touchfon E., Touchion, W. C. Tullle, Vance, Walls Wealhers, Walls. FRANK J. HUDSON . GEORGE LAMAR . . Dr. A. John Schwarz Maurice E. Belew Jase M. Price Richard B.9'CroSlin James C. Anderson Holy R. We'llsf"'f- A. H. r,++ie+. OFFICERS . . . Presidenl S. O. STEEFNER . , . . Vice-Presidenl JAMES M. WEATHERS FACULTY MEMBERS Dr, D, B. Morrison Dr. Karl J. Golclner MEMBERS Daniel B. Vance Sieve P. I-lale Alberl R. Pinkerlon Franlc l-l. Collins William Slriclcland Cecil L. Roach ., Kappa Psi, firsl nalional Greek leller phar- maceu+ic,al,.lraTern'iiy, was founded Decemloer lf5.ELS.Z91.fYaii frhe"College ol Virginia. Since - i+S.inceb'ri6n il has grown lo have 53 collegiale Vernon C. Thompson Edward G. Touchlon Wallon C. Touchlon Lynn T. Kishbaugh Thomas T. Walls Elmer Overman lil li lil E344 1 Associalion of Pharmacy. . . Secrelary . . Treasurer Dr. l-larold A. Jeskey Lesier Y. Cramblel E. P. Mobley William E. Parlcer Arlhur Swindlef Sammie Rawl chapiers and 36 graduare chaplers locaiecl onlyin lhose colleges of pharmacy which meei Jrhe Syllabus requiremenls ol lhe American ,U g 1 .360 AAPAA AAAAA AAAAAA Alpha Kappa Kappa is a nalional medical lralernily ierniiy has advanced uniil loday il has 54 various which was founded on Sepfemlaer 29, I888g The place chaplers scaflered all over The Uniied Sfales. The ol lhe founding was Darfmoulh Medical School, in local chapler, Omega, was insialled an 'March 24, l903. Hanover, New Hampshire. Since lhal lime The lra- ' OFFICERS KENNETH G. ROSS .......... Presidenl GEORGE T. DAVIS ........... Treasurer DOUGLAS B. BLACK ....... Vive-Presiclenl DAN GREER .,.... Corresponding Secrelary JAMES S. HENDRIX ..... Recording Secrelary V A MEMBERS Class of I94l Howell Sherrod William H. Tucker, Jr. Class of i942 Roberl Anspauqh Madison Cravey A. E. Jackson Cary Moore Wade Boswell William Hannum Cliff Moore Class of I943 W. H. Andrews James Bailey Earl Baker Grover Auslin Thomas Bracken, Jr Joe Brinkley William Bland Sam Brown Charles J. Ellinglon Jr. James Busharf Edwin Coclce. Jr. Eldon Fairly Class John Chrislenson Oliver De Lozier, Jr. Charles Earnesi E. M. Mohler, Jr. Harry Moore Class Harry Crosby. Jr. William Hardy Charles F. Hoffman Bruce Johnson of I944 Vernon Moore William Norlhern John Pearce George Purvis James Smilh of i945 Herberl G. Giddens Don Mosely Wallace Soulher Frederick Wachler James Siem Alberl' Tillman James Williams, J Prank VVilherspoon Byron H. Taylor V. '73 'anna' 'A I345Il Firsl' Row: Andrews Anspaugh, A u s 1 i n Black, Boswell, Brack- en, Brown, Busharl' Second Row: Cocke . Davis, Delozier, Ear- nest, Hannum, Hardy Hendrex, Hoffman Third Row: Johnson Mohler, Moore, C. Moore, C. W., Moore H., Nash, J. C. Northern, P e a r c e Fourfh Row: Roberfs Ross, Sherrod, Smifh Siem, Tillman, Wach fer, Williams, Wilh- EFSPOOII. Firsi Row: Allen, Al- vis, Arnouli, Barr, Bellew, Besf, Blanken- fship, Deberry. Second Row: Deming, Girod, Hayes, Hufcherson, James, Jenkins, Keifh, Kirk. Third Row: Kirk- pairick, Kuykendall, Lyon, Moen, Naslund, Orman, Pedigo, Power. Fourlh Row: Riemann, Sheridan, Spaulding, Sfevens, Slevenson, Weafhers, Wilson. EARL M. BEST. JR. . . ALLAN STRANAI-IAN . Tuckey J. T. Hayes, Jr. Milion E, Alvis Maihew Blake Arnoulf Ea'rl'iMariin Besi, Jr. C.hes'l,er M. Allen - T Ak James Ray Barr 'Lawrente N, Bellew l-l, VD. Blankenship, Jr. Richard-N L. Cuonzo Gene F. Darling James Gi. Brown l-laroild C. l-lamilion OFFICERS . , . Presideni TOMMY J. STEVENS . . Vice-Presidenl CLYDE R, KIRK . . MEMBERS Class of l94I James F. Graham Class Clyde R. Kirk Class Gaines Woodrow Kei'rh Joe S, Lyon Chesier W. Moen Joe Orman Class James T. DeBerry Pierson P. Deming Roberl D. Easiridge Charles l. Girod Wm. Powell l-luicherson l-lal Pearson James -Class James A. Lewis, lll William E. Miichell Phi Rho Sigma, a medical fraiernily, was founded ai .Norihwesrern Universify on Ocfober 3l, l89O, by Mil- bank Johnson and colleagues. Chi,EpQs'il'on chapier was founded as Lambda chapier of Chi Zela Chi on Ociober I4, l906, and upon The of l942 Ogle L. Curfis of I943 l-l. Pedigo J. L. Powers Gene M. Ryan Joe B. Spaulding of I944 Thomas W, James Fred E. Jenlfins Roberi l-l. Kirkpairick Cary M. Kuykendall Edwin 6. Naslund L. B. Painier of l945 Frank D. Morrison Roberl' W. Raiion . Secreia ry . Treasurer Allan Slranahan, Jr. Tommy J. Sievens C. Wilson Sievenson Wendell W, Wilson Woodrow W. Payne Thomas E. Rhea Earnesi T, Riemann, Jr. Michael J, Sheridan Malcolm l-l. Weaihers, Jr. Clifford C. Snyder amalgamaiion of This organizaiion wiih Phi Rho Sigma in i929 became Chi Epsilon chapier of Phi Rho Sigma. There are 46 aciive chapiers in lhe fraierniiy and includes an alumni membership of more Jrhan l5,000. nxnlsmlll, T3461 QI Illllllll CITIES T W GARRETT .. .. JAMES F. HUGHEY . . . OFFICERS PAUL D. MAYHEW ..... ROBERT B, HUGHLETT , . WILBUR ABERNETHY VIRGIL BOLTON L. A. DAVIS VICTOR DIXON E. D. DONALD OZIE DRUMMOND W. 6. FENDLEY EDWARD FORTAS VM MEMBERS SLAYDEN HUNT J. E. JONES W. T. JONES W, I.. MARSHALL E. T. MILLER CASTLE MOORE FELICE PETRUCELLI . . . . . Presidenf . . Vice-Presldenl . . Secrelary . Tree su rer H. VERNON REED FRANKLIN RICH JOHN ROBBS GARLAND TAYLOR, JR. DEMSEY VINSANT WM. F. WILLIER C. P. WILSON HAROLD W. ZIEHM Z' I347fI Firsf Row: Abernafhy Ballon, Davis, Dixon Donald, Drummond Faunin, Fendley. Sec ond Row: Forias, Garzl rell, Hughey, Hugh- Iell, Hunl, Jones, J. Jones, Wrn., Marshall Third Row: Mayhew Miller, Moore, Parks Pefrucelli, Reed, Rich Robbs. Fourlh Row. Rose, Taylor, Temple- fon, Vinsanf, Willien Wilson, Ziehm. Firsf Row: Adams, A1- kinson, Davis, Dixon-, Donald, Fendley, Ham- ilfon. Second Row: Kiser, Luther, Marshall, Mathews, M c L e a n, Moore, Mullany. Third Row: Murray, Parks, P a r r i s h, Pefrucelli, Shi man Smilh Sfrick- P, -. - land. Fourfh Row: T a'y I o r, Templefon, Thomas, Vinsanf, Wad- Iey, Walker, Weaver, Woodward. we .Q , L. A. Davis W. V. Dixon E. D. Donald R. D. Adams R. W. Allrinson '. l-l. Balcer . fl-l. Barker I-l C John l-larlley 'Pope Johnson C. S. Demerrio Marshall Meacham MEMBERS Class of l942 Ozie Drummond W. L. Marshall Felice Pelrucelli W. G. Fendley Caslle Moore G. V. Taylor Dempsey Vinsanr Class of I943 M, R. l-lamillon L. C. Murray J. M. Siriclcland M. C. Malfhews C. O. Parrish J, V, Thomas G. T. Mullany R, B. Schberl Lufher Webb Class of I944 Winford Ford Alberl McLean P. S, Weaver J. C. Lulher Caswell Wadley James Woodard Class of i945 Diggs Nelson William Pallerson Carl Screws Thomas Shipman L. O. Smiih Joe Wallcer Della, Sigma Della, Jrhe iirsl iralernily de- signed lo be confined lo schools oi denlislry, waslounded al Jrhe Universily ol Michigan on November I5, l882. Kappa Kappa chapler was 'founded al The Universily oi Tennessee in I-921' The organizalion of This lralernily differs from all olhers. The alumni consiilule The "supreme chaplerf' wilh Hs own rilual and body of law, and governed loy a supreme council. The aclive chaplers are Jrermed "suloordina+e" chaplers and have Their own orqanizalion. iiisuimi iiii L3481 IIIIII FIIIIIISIII I CHARLES E. BRUER . HAROLD H. CLINE . . . OFFICERS JOHN A. CURTIS ....... ELMUS H. CURTIS, JR. .... . Dr J. O. Adams J. Parker Ballinger Wade M. Bibb Grover C. Bowles Charles E. Bruer Harold Cline John Curizis Elmus H. Curiis FACULTY Dean R. L. Crowe SPONSORS . A. J. Schwarz D MEMBERS Rufus Davis H. K. Garmany Charles W. Gunn W. Fred Harris Francis Herndon Frank Hudson George Lamar . . . . . .Presidenl . .Vice-Presidenl . .Secrelary . .Treasurer r. E. Fosier Williams William Parlfer Jesse Price Roy Roberis William Slephenson Tom Turnbow Ca ra Ca rl Ion Trevaihon Carl Wiesener Wilbur Yaies - Wffi ra' I l349fI Firsl Row: Adams Ballinger, Bibb, Bowles Bruer, Cline, Crowe Curlis, E., Curlis, J. Second Row: Davis Garmany, Gunn, Har- ris, Herndon, Hudson Lamar, Langley, Price Third Row: Roberls Schwarlz, Sfephenson Trevalhan, Turnbow Wiesener, Williams Yafes. First Row: Adams Bowler, Bruer, Cline Curfis. Second Row Garmany, Goldner Harris, Hudson, Lamar Third Row: Musick Price, Sfeffner, STe- p h e n s o n, Weisner Yafes. OFFICERS CARL V, WIESENER . . . . . PresidenT JAMES O. ADAMS . . . SecreTary-Treasurer FRANK HUDSON . . , Vice-PresidenT CHARLES E, BRUER . . . , . . HisTorian FACU LTY M EM BERS Mr. A. H. Musick Dr. Carl Goldner CHARTER MEMBERS James O. Adams Harold H. Cline Grover C. Bowles John A. CurTis Charles E. Bruer Henry K, Garmany W. F, Harris, Jr. Skull and MorTar, men's honorary social pharmacy TraTerniTy, was organized only This year by Phi DelTa Chi and Kappa Psi under .Therleadership oT A. H. Musick, insTrucTor in Pharmacy, who was a member oT The chapTer aT Th'effUniversiTy oT California. Skull and l Frank Hudson Carl V. Wiesener George Lamar Wilbur L. YaTes Jesse Price S. O. STeTT'ner William F. STephenson MorTar was organized Tor The purpose of pro- moTing social acTiviTies OT The sTudenT body. and Tor The promoTion and sTimulaTion oT qreaTer inTeresT in The proTession oT Pharmacy and To beneTiT The school in all possible means. Qiiiiiiim i i iiiii I3501 L llllllllll Ull lllillllllll RALPH S. CLAYTON . . HAYNES B. CATES ...., MARY IRENE GRIFFITH OFFICERS HOWARD K. HICKS . . J. E. Adams Roberl D. Anspaugh L. L. Brown Charles H. Carler Haynes Cafes Clyde Channey Ralph S. Claylon J. A. Colbrunn Blaine Collins J. W. Evans MEMBERS Dan C. Gary Mary Irene Griifilh H. K. Hicks R. S. Hicks David F. Hoey Nalhan P. Horner C. W. Moore Cliff Moore, Jr. James Carroll Nash, Jr. John Thomas O'Brien . . . . .Presideni . . . Vice-Presidenl . . .Secrelary Treasurer Julius Parker J. S. Pilkinglon Charles A, Praler Richard H. Roberls Leon l. Runyon Edwin B. Werkheiser Palrick B. Widdis Ed S. Williams Jacob M. Williams Viclor M. Williqer I3511 First Row: Anspaugh, Brown, Carter, Cafes, Chaney, Ching, Clay- lon, Colbrunn. Second Row: Collins, Evans, Gary, Griffilh, Hicks, H., Hicks, R., Hoey, Horner. Third Row: Hyman, Moore, C. W., Moore, C., Nash, O'Brien, Parker, Pil- kingion, Prater. Fourfh Row: Roberts, Runyon, Werkheisser, Widdis, Williams, E., Williams, J., Williger. Firsf Row: Alvis, G., Alvis, L., Afkinson, Billings, Bufler, Cald- well, Chewing, Crisler. Second Row: Cull-iph-, Davis, Buchananne, De- Pierre, Dodd, Dolan, Eleam, Saba. Third Row: Gillis, Hardin, Heafon, Hoofon, Jones, X Leach, Lowery, MCH Culley, J. 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KNQXVILI-EI TENNESSEE Member Federal Deposil Insurance Corporafi MARKET AT CHURCH HOLMES-DARST COAL CORP. OFFICES: HAMILTON BANK BLDG ..,.. . , Knoxville, Tenn TRANSPORTATION BLDG. . . . . . Cincinnali SECURITIES BLDG .... . . Des Moines MURPHY BLDG. . . . , De-Troll C. 84 S. BANK BLDG. . . ..... Allanla MONTGOMERY BLDG. . . . . Sparlanburg, S. C. OUR DOUBLE SCREENED HOUSEHOLD STOKER FUELS BILL LAWSON AND HIS COMMANDERS DELICIOUS SANDWICHES AND DRINKS PALM BEACH SUITS if Made In Knoxville- W Worn Jrhe World Over 8 DRUG STORE IT LI AT 0, THE CORNER OF THE CAMPUS 45 GOODALL COMPANY PHONE 2 6IO3 XPX Vai, J 5 ,Q - . , E Vw i S!r'N?? ,S if -ag,f W 8 ' -xy Q , . ggi, vw X' 1 'zu V if N' ,.i X fix V va , 4 if ,wee WV a 'y--ni Ji! -M 1. 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' E2 SL "xx- Sk N S N S . N x X S -S R. S E IN KNOXVILLE . . IT'S SANI-SEAL Qi "ICE CREAM AT ITS BEST" I3 L A N e T f 5:5 553:17 1 'E-i'L ' 'f-' "" f - I I IOI' the i f YM xl 'Q 'il xi I -f ' X v A22 4, P4 'Sr 'a2 ri 5' Im, A ' I I ul Rye...-a--7 -,.-QI EL I H' ix n jx! """'l' X'Iw,I"i- im, sl 0 X Z - 6 I ' I 9 II Tfx' Before any goal is achieved Ihere musl be pIans, plans Thai include Ihe mosf inlricare deiails. Many limes Ihe proper ahcilialions wiih a sound and dependable bank is invaluable in formulaiing and carrying ouI Ihose plans for Ihe Iuiure. The Park Narional inviles you Io avail yourself of any of IIs Iaciliiies which include any modern banking need. CAPITAL si,ooo,ooo.oo RESOURCES S2I,OO0,000.00 Member Federal Reserve Sysiem . Member Federal Deposif Insurance Corporafion n B a COMPLIMENTS K E T N E R'S OF SEARS, Rosaucn AND Ito UNIVERSITY CLEANERS E E E - E 322 So. Gay Phone 2-96I I Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing 1 I X: noon SECURITY I MILLS 6 0 4 SEEURIIY, 836 Wesr Main Avenue EGG 0 A QUALITY FEED For Dial 3-6I29 Knoxville, Tennessee Every Animal on me Fa 0 as iss 0 'I I q p 0 '-'W n Q 1 Including Ihe Dog Fm SHIP BY TRUCK "Express Service a+ Freighr Ra+eS" Free Pick-Up and Delivery HOOVER TRUCK CO Incorporafed 524 N. Gay KNOXVILLE, TENN. Phone 3-7I5I G. E. SMITH, Knoxville, Manager THE H. T4 HACKNEY COMPANY STOKLEY California Frui+s and Vegetables 1 KNOXVI LLE, TEN N ESSEE 'izfzitliiiifif3il11:2:2:2:2:552iE5i53'" 4! UAW? A'I'Ian'Ia, SI: Louis, Birmingham, Cincinnafi, Louisville. Ten- . . nessee: Knoxville, Nashville, Memphis, Jackson, Faye'HeviIIe, """" 0 Pulaski, Gallafin, Lebanon, Shelbyville, and Tullahoma. Alabama: Anderson and Decalur. Columbia, Tenn., Florence, Ala., Chaffanooga. A 49 ,... THE ABOVE POINTS ARE COVERED WITH FROM I TO 2 DAYS' SERVICE SPECIAL X" g ,, CQFFBQ me best part of INQUIRIES CHEERFULLY ANSWERED A fhe meal . N X XX XX ,xxx Nxxx xx xxx xx 'X 'I' E I E y III ,ll X y X T I I I Jr X X x X X X X X I I I I ' , X . X X A I ,' I ' X X X X X I If ., X X T X X X X X ' 1 ' L X X Gig. O ..., A X 9 Q , iq I N 1 M FND By X I so -, Y' S S w I an A D T -E Q Thi Clompgny 2 - - -f 1 'I' 'I .i PJ1 :hd IheeServi,se Q T V3 Q 45" I To 445' A f T f T 6 x X2 X X XX H. 1 X f f X X X x XS ,,,' ,- If f f 1 l , I xx X x ' ' ' , ' ' I ' ' N I X X - 4 1 If 1 f , l I ' 1 , I . X X OUR FAMOUS COALS "DIXIE GEM"-"REGAL"-"SoUTI-IERISI STAR" 6I4 OAK AVENUE PHONE 3-5,03 "I7'LSlL7'Cl7lC6 of IfS BTCZTLCELZSH J. E. LUTZ AND COMPANY Established 1896, Incorporated 1929 Underwriting Managers TENNESSEE INSURANCE COMPANY 9 Our Organization Includes the Following Alumni: -I. WALKER LEACH, '08 SAM FRANKLIN, '25 "NED" LUTZ, '12 GEORGE TAYLOR, '39 "GABY" HOOPER, '20 ERNEST RODGERS, '40 JOHN JACOBS, '24 JOHN E. LUTZ, 11, '40 DON SEVERANCE ENTIRE SECOND FLOOR, BURWELL BLDG. KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE Rose Mortuary I32l NORTH BROADWAY ' 9 The Fashion Store of Tennessee FIDELITY BANKERS ST FGMPANY T ' I T R U ILITTBAN ' mon' REAL ESTATE, LOANS ' EVERY FIDUCIARY INVESTMENTS 502 GAY STREET i v , 3 I l 2 S !,. -Ja .-.-...,L.,,i,,.,.,w.ml...3,,W.,W.,g.WmW.,,,:.hi5:f,,,i,W....,w M'w.fWM,WQwW-Qffw-Mf..W.wQ ., ,f.Mf,,f...,W,.,Wv, , ,.,. - ffww ,,,, m,,,,f.,..f, ,,,, W -,A ,...,f,., ,W W H -M f- R. M. BALES MEAT MKT. BRISCGES 2506 N. CENTRAL AVENUE COFFEE SHOPPEE CAFE J I Near Campus Up Town "We Serve Homes, Reslauranls, and Inslilulional 4, Trade Wi+h BeI"l'er Meals." WHERE COLLEGE FRIENDS MEET I 0 YOUR IDEAL MEATING PLACE A Ph 4 I8I8 "AIr Conclirionedn one - ' I I 1 I Z9 E I f f T Q ,J I ' W ffT9IiC?: fi II Ing:-hx l'bfg'Ii H f f "Ill .Jfpfx-se . ' .I NI I K III Q AEM VJ, E I QI 4 J C X fc' I PV ET"":.X 'Ib' 'I I I lr lx V 'X ' ill :fxx AIX Q ,I ll! A I I f j, I TI . "I ' I. , I ,I l' I' It g, HEI II 'N I if Ill I IIIIII Ill II E 'fi Y' p yi , V -,VE ,Q 1.43 -LI. .all Kip 1,51 S , , ORANGE JULIUS BFOWDIGS SandwIch Shop AND I on 118 I' S KINGSTON PIKE PHARMACY Hamburgers and Hoi' Dogs, 5c. IB37 Wes? Cumberland Marlha Washinglon Candy Across from Tennessee Thealre MISS NAN DENTON, Prop. Phone 3-8l7l ED SCHMID REAL ESTATE 709 Marker Sf. KNOXVILLE, TENN. C. M. McCLUNG 81 CO. COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND Besl Wishes Seniors FRED BROWN'S, Inc. . DIXIE WILL TEMPLE, Manager 7I3 SOUTH GAY 3-3I55 COMPLIMENTS OF CHANDLER 81 CO. Incorporated KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE WE ARE TRUSTED BY YOUR PHYSICIAN This Jusfifies Your Confidence MEDICAL ARTS DRUG CO., Inc. Real Eslale Ti+Ie Insurance Co. The Hope Brolhers Co. "KNOXVILLE'S OLDEST .IEWELERS Wafches, Rings, Vanifies PRESCRIPTI-oN SERVICE DIAL 3-7175 KNOXWL El ENN 5 Main af Locusi' Knoxville, Tenn. L T E SEE U3 MARKET STREET GENERAL TIRE SALES CO. KATHRYN'S MCLELLAN STORES CO. Dial 3-IIBB DRESSES, COATS, SUITS Visil Our Music Depf. -1I4 West Main Ave. Knoxville, Tenn. 2005 Lake Ave, Phone 3-6972 All Popular Records Sheef Music W?74.DQ54 HOTEL ARNOLD 5,75 HICKMAN, JOHNSON 8: SIMMONDS GENERAL INSURANCE HIGHLAND GRILL Famous 'For Fine Foods FOWLER INSURANCE AGENCY General Insurance Dial 3-0705 HENLEY STREET AMERICAN OPTICAL CO. Knoxville Paper Box Co. DRUG STORE - General Building KNOXVILLE, TENN. KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE 7II Henley "We Deliver" 2-0I9I COMPUMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS I-7175 T 5l5lY Ill of "W -snmgnlv ,,- - A FRIEND TENNESSEE OPTICAL CO Ouldoor Adverlising Neon Elecfric Signs SANITARY LAUNDRY S, B, NEWMAN 81 CO, COMPUMENT5 "DecidedIy BeHer" Prinlinq-Office Supplies of 721 N. Broadway Phone 2-6l62 6,7 5- GAY ST-I DIAL 3,2I09 CO. BAU'M'S HOME OF FLOWERS THE SMOKE SHOP 503 Wesf Clinch Ave. SHAMROCK TEA ROOM l830 W. Cumberland UI 5- GGY 5f- 2-64l4 "We Serve Only lhe Bes'r" X713 275 :I ffw 1' D '-l '? .:'? E?i Ea :5f T ' J QST U Q' '-Ni 3 'l E i - " Ti ' ..I , m gf,i: A , V 2 - .. .gag L. mean., he 4, .fa 414: g..l5. , , mf, 1, ,U fr- - L .Lf , ,il 5 I - E5g,':w.qI?2l:.f'E- 15 . , bbq Wm L., -.L in 4 ' I T : A fix MJ E A nw.:-:t. ,-an-w . Q F. 'rv a wg JK., .-. 1, ,515 2 , ' : 4. 11' -5- xi ' Q., .J-4, , ': '-' I .' . .1 1 u i. Y., 1 Q" '- v- 'Q , ,-1. na I iii? g , Q' ,,. ' ii: i 7 P' ' I R A ' 1 - .. - Z . Elysian , , AJ i:nigLA H., . Qs xl - -L k 1 B I I I z in A Xl " Q M R 'I I I x J I I I ' X I I , . 1 I ' I I I II . . lj: Im COMPLIMENTS CompIImenIs of v. L. Nucl-aoLsoN co. OF GENERAL CONTRACTORS Jo Co KnoxvIIIe-Nashville CompIeI'e Sfocks of 'rhe WorId's FinesI' DIAMONDS ' WATCHES ' JEWELRY ' SILVER CHINAWARE ' RADIOS ' NOVELTY JEWELRY Rovffmf MJOECRIJIELERS 504 S. Gay Srreelr-KnoxvIIIe Gamble Bldg.-Maryville A SERVICE TO STUDENTS WE FEATURE: 0 Used CoIIege Texr Books ' I-IigI'mes+ Price for Used CoIIege Books 0 Books for Correspondence Courses, Shipped Parcel Posr ' Send us your RackeIs Ior an "ExperI' ResIringing Job" O VOL BOOK EXCHANGE 'k ff 213 fiiwv x .NN 9 X f X x il cz, Y X X 22' ev! 6' T 9 7 v if if 9 Q, 9 Savings Accounis 0 Checking Accounfs 9 Loans ' Every Banking Service Latvia XM M4 0 f nm: 6 THE W 5 54 U BANL HE INDIVIDUAI. MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCELORPORATION if 'k VESTAL LUMBER fs? MANUFACTURING COMPANY Incorporated KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE J. PARK VESTAL, President and Treasurer - EDWARD M. VESTAL, Vice-President and secretary Band Mdls 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 KNOXVILLE SANGRAVL MATERIAL CO. K E R N I S Phone 3-ZI47 KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE B A K E R Y SAND-GRAVEL-CEMENT-LIME READY-M IX-CONCRETE CALL US 2 5 2 Z E if si X. 12 xg Q 6 ei ii 'x if xl yi S 5 x 2 , YM? ?3g'?fZ3T5.,.1,x,.ML1Q.,...,E,1g1.:2ff2m',, ii? ' ff 5 5 .Ei z. ji H L, Tr ai ki? '21 xl' Q 1.9 J? 1,12 W U, ,e i, Q ' W' J. C., PENNEY CO..:N EVERYTHING IN -CLOTHES FOR THE COLLEGE C . CROWD-AT MODEST PRICES Complimenis of W. T. "EXCLUSIVE OPTICIANS FOR OCULISTSH J. C. EUBANKS I JOHNSON S FLOWERS GROCER KNoxvn.LE OPTICAL DISPENSARY Medical Arts Bldg. 2-6I53 307 Eighfeenfh gf,-eef Phone 2-BIS 703 Marks? SL SCHOOL AND OFFICE lEGAL'S LECiDAm5cg1EAT SUPPLY COMPANY ANITARY Sfafioners--Office OuI'fI'H'ers Im Mah Ave' Phone Mm 407 w. Clinch Ave. Tel. 3-7145 Jusf Across Henle-y SIree+ Bridge OWNED AND OPERATED BY H. "BUDDY" CAMERON THESE KAPPA 51 JAH. GEEBVLOOK AT THOSE REACHIXA BUT COPPER ' W A DANCES sung me Fw. M SPARKLERDJ ff cK,.f'1'r-1 JUSTA A 1 THIS CRUEL X f gif 7 -L KAPPA S16 i j ! womo J i , , 'TELL IT To ' j A 3 - A w fdizf S -fd r ' L I '---'- S X nw-Qnmxxov' ' 'D' .X W. ' I-1 . dw 4. - I " A i L ' f7WfI42fWffff4 MODEL LAUNDRY - CLEANER 2-2 I 27 ADVANCED ZCRIC CLEANERS cl1riverBroS. "The Store of Personal Service" Home of Good Clofhes 'For Men and Young Men 'K' 5I4 S0U'fI1 GGY Knoxville, Tennessee TENNESSEE CGACH CO. , BUS TERMINAL KNOXVILLE, TENN 'S' A Phone 3-I923 I I Comfortable, Roomy Busses To These Poinfs NASHVILLE ...A....,... 4 Deparfures Daly BRISTOL .........,. . 9 D pariures D Iy BLUEFIELD, W. VA. . D D I ' CI-IATTANOOGA , 64D : TI D I: ATLANTA I .. zopf D Iy D TINSLEY TIRE COMPANY HENLEY AT CUMBERLAND Phone 2-2lI7 1 Tires, Tubes, Gas, Oil, and BaTTeries BRAKE DEPT. ' EROAD SERVICE HERMAN LEO POLD WI L' Toon si ARMISTEAD I M Mm COMPANY KNOXVILLE'S 8 LEADING PRESCRIPTION STORE Markel and Clinch Slreels PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTORS Dial 2-213' STOKERS E. D. ARMISTEAD, Pres. R. B. CREECI-I, Vice-Pres . W. Q. JOHNSTON, Secrelary and Treasurer 800 Wesi- Cumberland Ave. Knoxville. Tenn. ll '1g:.'iT7T V f - lu- r lla Xi' ' bg Q 0 - fi, Q9 X what Jrgontlpq .sri , . gel Q0 X ,. ' 'ZEN APPRUI off, sx5Y"lf3"iT ,9f,,.N . Eg ING, 1- x A. -. 'I V i N . -A 0 ourwl 'R .ou ' .r .Nix-'X ' "Q, ix v-fig' 185 '1 Y" ,, 911 U91 ' 0 K 3 y r -1 l....r,.., Tr ' 5 ,H E 1?-XXL B? rw' ,f THE TEST ITF TIME AND SCIENCE . . . proves lhe value ol While Lily Flour. Conslanl excellence ol gualily has dislinguished While Lily lor lhree generalions ol Soulhern Cooks. And loday, Mrs. S. R. Dull, lhe Soulh's besl known cook, uses and reccommends While Lily Flour lor lighl, llaky biscuils, lender paslries and delicious cakes. Choice wheal, milled by lhe mosl modern melhods, gives While Lily a pure, nalural llavor and lundamenlal nulrilive value. While Lily has a line granular lexlure and ils Vilamin BI and lood minerals are so lhoroughly dislribuled you gel a scienlilic blend ol lheir imporlanl heallh properlies. DEPENDABLE, RESPONSIBLE EFFICIENT. . K ' N To have and lo hold, al all limes, lhe conlidence ol lhe '-:""'i'lENk public: lo insure lhe salely ol ils deposilor's lundsg lo lurnish every deloarlmenl ol modern banking, . . . lhese are worlhy obiecls ol lliis bank. . . MAY WE I-IAVE YOUR BUSINESS? fr H ings I' nn Il NATIONAL fx BANK 0' KNOXVI'-I-E. X if TENNESSEE E 17-.-E1 Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Volunfeer ls Good Cemeni' VOLUNTEER PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY JOSTEN'S 'for AMERICA'S FINEST CLASS RINGS, ANNOUNCEMENTS MEDALS Eacfory: OWATONNA, MINN. Represenlralrive: C. W. WINEGAR "We lnvi+e You ln" KRISPY KREME Zlhlfdaf' Jewelers Douel-:NUT COMPANY 428 Gay S+ree+ I933 Easlr Magnolia Avenue "Af 'l'l'1e Sign of 'Hwe Clock" I BROWN'S BOCTERIE V "BEAUTIFUL SHOES" FARRAGUT LUMBER COMPANY A KNOXVI LLE, TENNESSEE 5l9 Soulrh Gay J In D S+ P A C P II Mg PAINTER 8. REED A al fsd W 1060030 qrfs SUPERIOR Eooos C ,Na I 0 QUALITY AND SERVICE ALWAYS Sa+isfac+ion Guaran+eed Dial 2-l IO3 l705 W. Cumberland Ave. Ph 3 6l9l l823-25 W. Cumb I d Trade Mark BUCKETRUX DEMPSTER BROTHERS, INCORPORATED KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE THE FOLLOWING KNOX COUNTY OFFICIALS EXTEND TO THE GRADUATIN6 CLASS OF I942 Every Wish for Success and Happiness in Life ON Counfy Judge HAZEN KREIS .... .... S heriff S.O.I-IOUST .. J. FRED BIBB . . . ....., Arr. General A. E. MITCHELL . . . . , QI-,ancellor HAMILTON S. BURNETT .......... Judge BARBER AND McMURRY "BETTER BUY KNOXV'TiEL','?ELLESSEE Members of Ihe Arnerican lnsfifufe of BU ICKII Archlfecfs KNOXVILLE BUICK CO. DUTCH MILL WALLACE AND WALLACE lncorporalecl LOANSP-R EAL ESTATE RENTALS-I NSURANCE Chamber of Commerce Building Phone 3-9l22 lncorporaled I I V , 5595-,.."n-:Q , ' , ' f " , B., f 3?-'59, , f- ' ' '- L . 'fi ' ' 2,35-iifei'fhf2221I. 'Q ,f 'i f2?" 'ff ' ' ,A . .gat . fm ,K , 'L -'ff ,Cf J .. , if Lf Q, 34' .figs ,f A A A ff. .rg 5,5 , . f fa.. ..,, . is 5 R -Q 1- I A :li Q4 r V . 'iq ,,,4,,,,.,,. 5 W V J V V ,.:5,, r if 5- . I wb A I , Y .4 gfggsifif ,' x . ,H ' Qfffifjsi ff ' L 'nw' 2 4, 5 ' ' X fy, , -,f'Ui'f' 'Z-' w. Q '. Q f' , , ,wma fr, ak 5, . , l ,Fa Z, ,, , ,, A .va me , f I Q 1' , p iyfh -12' 1- 'TT - I 'I f M v.fAfv,'ff?w 1 I X ' ' A , Qifggy' " F V, ' f ,V r !,,L ,ff,,fKj.'j4', " f . znyi .1 , J I PI Y A rx - '-fl ' E A I . mawnen WH-J-if A ifffiflhl- I N 7 CLEANING AND U L S LAUNDRY co., INC. B. Y. WALLACE I504 W. Cumberland Ave. CHARLES A. WALLACE SELECTU I I I I . . 'The BACON delicious' I W I I I I III A I The SOM Law TEN D ER -kwlw ' w--f S - f -- g'fvf'1 - S. 'Y' - '-'-, S 3 H 5 .I f Meaf Packers -I '- ' ,3 g i g ., I Sf I The HAM dehcnous ' E f'fi'kS as H I f 4' A .M ' - jf ,iI.w,g IS I "" , , , , -f f-,1 ' ' L.. QQ f'Q955i:Hi'a H fa Jai " f -: ' -4-f ff-r ' if I l- : , Q' S"f'T I .I I .Y EAST TENNESSEE I SSSS PACKING CO. - SSS.S 1 SSSS I - .LE, i Esiablished IB96 E OO-OPERATIVE BOOK STORE "YOUR UNIVERSITY STORE" GAS Is Your "QUICK-CLEAN-ECONOMICAL SERVANTH FOR COOKING-REFRIGERATION WATER HEATING THE KNOXVILLE GAS CO. 49 65 MANN O 49 HQTEL FARRIAGUT FARRAGUT OPERATING CO., PROPS. Direc+ion Rober'I R. Meyer O 300 ROOMS EACH WITH INDIVIDUAL BATH AND ELECTRIC CEILING FANS Q W. G. MOFFAT MODERN EUROPEAN FIREPROOF Manager KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE STAR LAUNDRY COMPLIMENTS "KnoxviIIe's QuaIiIy Laundry" OF DRY CLEANING SWAN'S BAKERY 6I8 W. Clinch Ave, Phone 3-6I48 For Purify, Qualify and Safefy j E , C O . v . Iv i M I A N D C R SMH II IIIIIUIIIIIE . Ice Cream 5 M Q S ' v Z' 'lm umm 1906 A Friendly CiI'izen in Your Communi+y COOPERQ COFFMAN at BROOKS lncorporaied BONDS-INSURANCE L O A N S For cr CAREFREE . VACATION - "Comple+e Coverage" Q y f ll p f d Corner Clinch Avenue a+ S1'a+e S+ree+ P f d lh lh k I dg +l1+ y l ' y Dial 3-al4l Knoxville, Tenn. Bgf l +7 - 9-bl I P My "The Besi of Everyihing fo Build Wi+I1" CCDCKRUM CCDMMERCIAL BANK LUMBER CO. AND TRUST lnc. "THE OLD RELIABLE" Building llTfi:lZllZl1s,l-lslilriil Roofing CORNER GAY AND CUNCH 9TH AVENUE KNOXVILLE TENN E- B- HAI-E WM. C. HALE, JR. WHOLESALE FRUITS VEGETABLES Sou+l1 Cumberland Mo,-,351-own' Tenn. SOUTHLAND KnoxviIIe's Newesl ancl Finesr 2 I-2 Miles Ou+ on New Alcoa Highway Owners ol WHITTLE SPRINGS BALL ROOM "Where Ihe Name Bands Play" T' No, IT ISN'T LIGHTNIN' ' 'XX AV coAcu,aur You 5,1105 AGAIN. ITS BUTLER ON X IHGO ,N -,HERE ONE or His LONG A Arvo FIGHTZQ 1 RUNS ! ,G I vs-or 1, I f 5 6:1 ri Stagg? l g fy! Xyygggfflqf x E -O O- .,, - O Wee? A ff YQ f X W jgv- Q X W YA: I k 'NN J K ff lI3erme I"IeI1enI X lBIIIq Kmq VAN HUSS AND HERBERT I9II W. Cumberland Ave. We Specialize in S+ree'I' CIoI'hes and Evening Dresses Phone 2-88I9 PAY CASH GROCERY CO. "Groceries ancl No+ions" 202 Easl Jackson Avenue COMPLIMENTS OF LIPPNER'S FISH MARKET CADILLAC-PONTIAC RODGERS AND COMPANY "OIcIesI Dealers in fhe SouI'hIand" WEST MAIN AT HENLEY ST. KAY'S or KNOXVILLE INC 'frr A .Y -- , . , .. 5 M WR X f ,, . ,- Relailers and Manu'Fac'Iurers of Ice Cream Z Zi' gx I 12 SH Fealuring Twenly Diflerenl' Flavors of Ice Cream and Delicious ' f I fb ' 7 'llcs nd Sundaes f X? . ' . WM' X N XJEWELERS Mailed M1 a X V4 A n xx I 0 . "' -520 MARKET ST STORES LOCATED IN CONVENIENT PLACES AROUND TOWN REGAS COFFEE SHOP Special 'Choice Sizzling Slealrs, Chicken Dinners ancl Delicious Sandwiches - I7OI W. Cumberland Ave. HARRY V. REGAS. Mgr, SPENCE SHOE COMPANY 430 Soufh Gay S+reeI Knoxville, Tennessee - ,L ,T ,,.X ..,. - ...,. S ,WMV ,,.,.,. L , is We - L S : as , , V ,,,.. A M xm,, W 1 I I L f ,, r I , V , :fa ,sf ,...rk +a- ' A ii glgl, I , - A 2 if Q. ':.3fi,"v Q 'fbi 1, I fr f i f fi f - : ' '- 3'-f W:-1--flfi M , . ' . 'W , gm '11 , . eq, ,:. -l 6 , " I . .kf!.ggg.gg,h - 91, if Aw L.,.-41.40 -' K , SEXTON SERVICE OFFERS YOU v The only naTionaIIy adverTised brand of Toods prepared exclusively Tor The insTiTuTionaI marI4eT. V The securiTy of endorsernenT by all The leading Trade associaTions in The insTiTuTionaI Tield in The UniTed STaTes. v The TaciIiTies oT The only wholesale grocery company operaTing pIanTs in The Two principal American marIceTs+ ' d N Y lc. Chicago an ew or V As rendered by America's IargesT disTribuTors oT number Ten canned foods, a disTincTive service on a compIeTe assorT- menT of quaIiTy Toods packed in This insTiTuTionaI size con- Tamer. V Home recipe pickles, relishes and conserves Trom SexTon Sunshine KiTchens--delicious and appeTizing. v Carefully seIecTed coTTees-blends resulTing Trom years oT careTuI sTudy-roasTed Tresh daily aT Chicago and Brooklyn. V A seIecTion oT your needs from The largesT invenTory ever assembled Tor The parTicular needs of Those who Teed many people each day. ? J-CHN S EX ION 8'-CO' E5!UbI'i5neL.I ISS3 Edelweiss Qualify Foods CHICAGP I'5A',I.5: PPUOKLYN "TOPS IN BOWLING LUXURY AND SERVICE"' BOWLITORIUM KnoxviIIe's NewesT Bowling EsTablishmenT FeaTuring The EinesT EquipmenT Tor Your EnioymenT Telephone 2-34I6 GEORGE STEWART, Manager 4II W. Main Knoxville, Tennessee PRIVATE DINING ROOMS PARTIES AND BANOUETS gi-:JcErT1jrrIi3fdaTe EP S no IO Top4OO CAFLTERIA ATTENTION CLASS OF I942 All STudenTs in Engineering and OTher Technical Courses are Remindecl ThaT When They Become: METALLURGISTS, CHEMISTS, OR PURCHASING AGENTS In The STeeI IndusTry Their RequiremenTs in The Line oT Ferro-Silicon May Be Supplied Trom C.haTTanooga, "The Dynamo OT Dixie" SOUTHERN FERRO ALLOYS COMPANY THE I942 VOLUNTEER KINGSKRAFT COVER Designed and Produced by Kingsport Tennessee The NATIONAL LIFE Kr ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY, of Nashville, Tenn., owners and operafors of Radio Sfalion WSM, offers Through fheir Knoxville Sfaff of filly full Time employes, experi counsel on insurance problems, educa+ional funds, salary coniinuance, re1'iremen+ income and annui'ries. They also offer pleasani and profilable employmeni To qualified men wilh splendid opporlunilies for advancemeni, C. C. HunnicuH, Mgr., 309, General Bldg., Knoxville, Tenn. Dial 3-2024. YOUD LIKE T' BUY RXQHT AN ORANGE AND YOUR TICKET YOU f Fon 'me to ETQ if . , THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS COMPANY F. B. TERRELL, JR,, Local Manager Use lhe Famous Color and Slyle Guide fo Solve Your Decorafing Problems Try KEM-TONE-The New Washable Wall Finish 3I4 Soulh Gay Sfreel Knoxville, Tennessee I U-NIVERSITY,OF TENNESSEE CREAMERY THE MOST uP-To-DATE DAIRY MANUFACTURING LABORATORY IN THE SOUTH D. M. ROSE AND COMPANY Lumber-Special Mill Work-Oak Flooring "Tl1ere's a Difference" Knoxvi Ile, Tennessee it . ,. J T- WP '-'V '+?!1?,'4? ,sf 1',-315 ,fgwqff gf V-I f fy - .,'.,'.wL,,..'w-gg, .wxgcf QA. www nzifwf. ,,.,. ff- ,fa-f f Qi,--,V -Hg, .z ,. 1 ,-f.,,.3.- J, 1'c,,'gz ,.-,,:,.-, 4-,-,Lf,.wmwfyfy..-fg,',f, . , -A .-A-. ,, 71.,wa -,Z qinfqgy -',f,,p-,4,.,3,:,:.,,e Q-,. , my .,.- A, LW .- W f,ff,.,5 f, X .. f A, N, ', f, fx-mifz f ' 'ff Q' ' ' " 1 ,. 1 X-', w4s-Mm frms FEQSPXFS' rr:m:vS"-M.T '- f .1 if' 14...-..c4'. 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The very uniqueness oT This sorT oT individual compels us To Take This sIigh+ opporTuniTy To publically express our sincere Thanks Tor Their invaluable assisTance so opporTunely given. IT was Joe LedbeTTer who was responsible Tor The make-up oT The book. Many Thanks To boTh Mr. LedbeTTer and Mr. Benson oT Benson PrinTing Company Tor Their Technical direcTion and Tor The Tine help given us on The TirsT Kodachrome ThaT has ever appeared in The VOLUN- TEER. Needless To say, The help oT boTh The Knoxville newspapers, as represenTed by Messrs. STeve l-lumphries, LeviTT, Richmond, and Keebler, was superb. The book could noT have gone To press wiThouT Their help. Perhaps The greaTesT single ouTside conTribuTion made by an ouTside inTeresT was The Tine phoTographic work conTribuTed by Mr. William A. l-lickey. The swell division pages were Mr. l-lickey's work: a large parT oT The sub-divisions, also, were a porTion oT his conTribuTion. Bill l-lolman, Too, conTribuTed very maTerially To The phoTographic work oT The book. ln This respecT, Andrew Jackson was mosT generous in lending us Tlowers and The like Tor use in our picTures. We are also indebTed To Earl M. BesT, Jr., oT The Phi Rho Sigma EraTerniTy. lT has been his splendid cooperaTion ThaT has helped make possible The Memphis Medical secTion oT The book. Then, There is Mara Purcell, Tor whose valuable oTTice assisTance we are very graTeTul. Our very sincere Thanks To all you people. The Tinished '42 VOLUN- TEER owes much To you. FOSTER D. ARNETT, EdiTor. J. A. WALLACE, JR., Bus. Mgr. JAMES D. KERR, AgenT, Bus. Mgr. wif: ,X U. Q '4 94 , A, gm. A ,A ww ,aa AWP Y fha We .1 5 .-, mf.. ,V , W, 2:-f.. . .fi -Q fi 1 A ,M 3 .XM wifi? WM ,J ff M N .mg 2. , M. xv , gf As M r fig 79 f QW in ,M- .M 1 Q, , 1.3! X ,rf H , 'K' Q N ' "' Ps' T3 52-:JJ - ' , X , ,... 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