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

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$$$ngm :1: x aha Qerkifieg that Sarah White mag elerteft a member ' Of the Gresham": QWNW cf the Natimml 31min iguanr $nri2hg nf $2umimrg $rhnnlz memhemhip in mhirh i5 hazmit mt , $rhnlamhip, 1E2ah2mhip$2rnim Qhamter, anft Glitizmzhip $ih2n a1" Certhl Higc'l Schoo' thus: llfk hag 11F January 1H 51 SPONSOR PRINCIPAL MKQW u w? gay K X GWVOL UNTEER THE YEARBOOK OF OUR DREAM YEAR AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE AT KNOXVILLE IN NINETEEN FIFTY-FIVE JOE HARB editor HOWARD FIELDS M-myr. gm; 1: m. m m ggxyakgw zggawg a a. .nw M mM ; , , Awww v , $34 2wa Em THE DEDICA To a man who has given without stint 35 years of his life to better serve: the University and its many interests, this annual is dedicated . . . Dean F. C. Lowry. The interest the Dean has shown in the University publications has won him the respect of those who have been associated with him. Though he has often been known to be utough,i in his policies and ideals, his viewpoints are usually those which are almost unhesitatingly accepted. It will probably be many years before anyone becomes so closely attached with the student publications as the Dean. For many years he has been chairman of the University Publications Council but outside his oHicial capacity he is known to his staff as an easy going conscientious worker, always striving to keep the student and the University in a close relationship. The inHuence of this one man upon the lives of those of us who have had the pleasure to know and work with him cannot be measured. TION Dean F. C. Lowry GOVERNOR FRANK G. CLEMENT CLYDE B. AUSTIN J EROME G. TAYLOR SAM J . MCALLESTER, SR. W. P. COOPER JAMES T. GRANBERY CLYDE M. YORK BEN DOUGLASS My Friends: Fostering knowledge, searching for truth, applying the science of research, your school has made possible the application of science and technology in the development of the unsurpassed resources of Tennessee. The University of Tennessee now adds its one hundred and sixty-flrst annual chapter to an illustrious history of outstanding service to the Volunteer State. Since the early days of Tennessee history the University has contributed richly to the advancement of our state through the education of its sons and daughters. You have breathed in an atmosphere rich with tradition and careful scholarship. You have won a share of this abundant heritage. Your opportunities have been multiplied by your enlarged capac- ities. So have your obligations. Your accomplishments, catalogued in this yearbook7 spell a happy augury for your future. Promise yourself that a decade from noweor a generatione your classmates can turn back to your record and see that you have justified your UniversityYs gift to you of a substantial part of its heritage and its resources. With keen expectations and with every good wish, I am Sincerely yours, FRANK G. CLEMENT. Governor and Mrs. Clement and son, Bob AND THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES CHARLES R. VOLz FRANK R. AHLGREN WILLISTON M. cox HARLEY FOWLER WASSELL RANDOLPH HARRY W. LAUGHLIN WAYNE FISHER JAMES D. HOSKINS President E meritus The student years spent at the University of Tennessee are among the most significant in the lives of individuals who have attended the University. As students become alumni and the years roll by, the mem- ories of student associations become more vivid and precious. The VOLUNTEER pictures the yearTs activities and the men and women who contributed to the distinguished history of the University during the year. It forever keeps before us the record and supplements our memories of pleasant student and faculty associations 410D the Hill? The 1954-1955 school year has been a year of continued progress for the University. Among events that have distinguished the year has been the opening of the Carolyn P. Brown Memorial University Center for student and faculty activities. This building has and will continue for many generations to make a great contribution to student, faculty and University life generally. T0 the students and others who have made the compilation of the 1954-1955 VOLUNTEER possible, we express our sincere appreciation and gratitude. C. E. BREHM, President. 17 HOLT Vice-Presitlenl ANDREW D. ADMINIS tus i SMITH EUGENE A. WATERS Vice-President FRED C. Vice-President Emer TRATION . um. RALPH E. DUNFORD GLADYS BEACH Dean of Men Dean of Women F. C. LOWRY R. F. THOMASON Dean of U niversity Extension Dean of Admissions .ADMINIS J OHN H. McLEOD Dean of Agriculture Extension N. E. FITZGERALD Dean of Education FRANK B. WARD Dean of Business Administration NATHAN A. DOUGHERTY Dean of Engineering TRATION JESSIE W. HARRIS Vice-Dean of Home Economics WILLIAM H. WICKER Dean of Law L. R. IIESLER Dean of Liberal Arts N. D. PEACOCK Vice-Deun of Agriculture CLASS EDITORS TOMMY SENTELL AND ALICE GABRIELLE THE SENIOR First Row: WILLIAM J. ABERNATHY: Columbia. Tennessee; Elm'trical Engi- neering; Lambda Chi Alpha Houso Manager, Vice-Prcsident; Air Vommand Squadron; Alpha Phi Omega Vit'e-Presidvnt; Arnold Air Sot'iety. KERMlT R. ADDINGTON, JR.: Kingsport, Tennessee; Business Ad- ministration: Lambda Chi Alpha Secretary; Alpha Phi Omega; Treasurer; Delta Nu Alpha; Kappa Kappa Psi; U-T Marvhing Band; U-T Usher Corps. JOAN ANTHONY: Mt. Tabor, New Jersey; Education. Second Row: EDGAR ARNOLD: Knoxville, Tennessve; Liberal Arts. MARY LOU ASH.VOBTH: Chattanooga, Tennessee; Business Ad ministration; Kappa Delta; Emory-Henry Transfer; Marketing-Re- tailing Cluh. CHARL IS A. ATKINSON: Memphis, Tennessee; Electrit-al Engineer- ing; Lambda Chi Alpha Chairman of All-Sing, Pledge Trainer; Arnold Air Sovicty, Cadet Major. Third Row: JENNY RUTH BABCOCK: Knoxville, Tennessee; Eduration. MARY JEAN BAGGENSTOSS: VVim-huster, Tennessee; Home Evo- nnmivs; Delta GammaiPledge President; Sullins College, Transfer. HELEN BAKER: Knoxville, Tennessee; Home Economics; Chi Omega Presidont, Political Representative, Panhellenic Representative, AS- sistant Pledge Mother, Treasurer Pledge Class; Y"-Y-Cabinet: Home E0. Pluh-Publivity Chairman; Tyson House-Presidcnt, ViverPresi- dent, Secretary. Fourth Row: DAVID JONATHAN BATDORF: West Reading, Pennsylvania: Law; Sigma. Chi; Phi Delta PhiiRush Chairman; U-T Bar Associationw President, Chairman of Lounge Committee, Chairman of Membership Committee JIMMY BATES: Nashville, Tennessov; Engineering: American Sm-iety of Civil Engineers; Society of Amorivan Military Engilwm's; Chi Ep- silon Sevretary; Scabbard and Bludt'; South Stadium Counsel-Presi- dent, Counselor. HARRY E. BEARD: Dyersburg. Tennessee; Engineering; U-T at Martin, Tennessee: Football; Tennis; Prosident E ngineers: WT" Club; Wesley Foundation. U-T at Knoxville: A.I.Ch.E; XVesley Foundation Counvil; I.S.A. Fifth Row: JAMES A. BECKER: York, Pennsylvania; Business; Kappa Sigma; Arnold Air Society: Air Fon-e R.O.T.C.i0adet Major, Commander of Drill Toum; Command Squadron; U-T Uhorus. CHARLES L. BEGLEY: Sneedvillv, Tennessee; Engineering; East T'ennessve State Transfer: A.I.Ch.E. DONALD E. BELLAIRS: Cherryvalv. Kansas; Business; Business Board-Prosidenx; Marketing-thailing Club Prosid9nt; Interna- tional Vluh. Sixth Row: CHRIS BENNETT: Grimm, Georgia; Home Economics; Zeta Tau Alpha-Truasurer, Baptist Student Union; Blue Triangle; Homo, Evo- nomics Ulub; Omit-ron Nu; Phi Kappa Phi; University Chorus; Y". Centre College Transfer: President Women's Sophomore Class: VVo- men's Student Council: Centre Christian Association Cabinet; YVO- men's Athletic Association; Club Otero Secretary; Centre Choir. NORMAN DOUGLAS BLAKELY: Crossville, Tennessee; Agriculture; Lambda Chi Alpha; Agriculture l'lub Sergeant-at-Arms; Agricuh ture-Economics Club-VicmPresident; Air Fort-e R.O.T.C.-Captain: AlphmZeta: Barnwarmin' Staff: Command Squadron; Freshman Council 0.8.0. Representativm; W'csley Foundation; Young Farmer's .Q Homemaker's. MARTHA FRANCES BOWEN: Knoxville, Tennessee; Delta Zeta- President, Vine-President, Pledge President, Standards Hhairman, Pan-Hollonic Representative; Beaver Club; Sophomore Council, SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Lgft to Right: Marsha Murphy, Secretary; Jim Cum. President; Wawanna Cameron, Treasurer; not pictured: Pinky Hoyle, Vice- President. CLASS OF 1955 First Row: M MERON BRACKNEY, JIL: Knoxvilles Tvunvssee; Business Admin- istration; Sigma Alpha EpsilonsEminent Uhuplain, Chairman Sovial Committee, Chairman Homecoming Dw-nrutions; All-Sim: Stage Committee; Aloha. Oeilio-Uhairman Grounds Committee; Carnicuss Stage 8: Ti'aHio Committee, Uo-Chairmun Stage Commlttev; SiA.M.: Usher 'Uorps-Fluor Manager; HY" Siophuinoro Council, Uahinet, Inter Church Committee Chairman, Campus Projects Committee Chairman. REX A. BRACY: Joelton, Tennessee; Agrivulture; Alpha Gamma Rho -Pledge iMaster. Piolitivul Representative. Rush Chairman, Prusidont 0f Pledge Class; Agrivuiturc Representative to A.ShCi; Agriculture Cluhstmicei'; Barnwal'min'iStan, Manager mQ Assistant Manager; Blm'k tk Bridie Club; Freshman Council; Sophomore Vounvil: Round- up Stuff. LAWSON BRASiVELL: Nashville, Tennessm'; Business Administra- tion; Kappa Sigma, Plodgu Cimcer, Otiicvr; All-Sing Committvv Chair- man; Army ROTC, Hudvt Major; Business Administration Board; Business Administration Magazine Staff, Business iManager; Um'nivus Committve Whairmun; Ho-iuhairman IndL-pendeint Volunteer Parity; Journalism Society; Journalism Club. President; HOrange 8:, White." Cirvulution Manager, Audvortiring Manager, Business Manager; H'I'he Hill," . ssociation Editor; HSti'ictly Businvss" Publication. Editor: Scabhan 8: Blade; Student Pentcr Committm'; VOLUNTEER Staff: T.P.A. Svholarship Revipiem. Second Row: ROBERT F. BRATCHER: Mi-Minnvillo. Tennessee; Edurution; Lambda Chi Alpha, Vit'v-Prvsidont 0f Pledge Plziss; Froshmun Stu- dent Cnum'il; Kappa Kappa Psi; Alpha Phi Omega: University Sing't 'si Pulilit-ity Chairman, President; U-T Vhorus. Social Chairman: Sophomore Student Cnunvil; U-T Bandi ERNEST ROBERT BRENGLE: Kingslml't, Tennessee; Busim'ss Ads ministration. JEROME H'. BROFK: Vlinmn, Tunnessxw; Business Administration. Third Row: JAMES A. BREiVER: Gi'vvnwood. Missis imri; Liberal Arts. RALPH DAN BRIER: McMinnx'ille, Tennessee; Agriculture; Agi'it-ul- ture Club. FRED BRIGHT. JIL: Knoxville, Tcnnessov: Business Administration; Phi Gamma Delta, Treasurer, Corresponding Secretary; Accounting Sioviety, Vice-President; Beta Alpha Psi; FLILR.. Vioe-President; In- tramural ManageriMnn; Omivron Delta Kappa; Kappa Kappa Psi. Treasurer; Phi Eta Sigma; Scarabbean Smiior Society; U-T Band, 1st Li , tenant. Fourth Row: BEAUCHAMP E. BROGIAN: Middlesburo, Kentucky; Law; Delta Tau Delta, President; Delta Sigma Pi: Nahhe iyli Board; Political Ren- rvsontativHIndopendont Volunteer Park. ANN BRYAN: Morristown. Tennessev: Business Administration: Alpha Delta, Pi. Treasurer. Chairman of FinnnL-ial Committee, Execu- tive Board, Standards Committee; AIl-Siug. Uo-Chairman of Stage Vommitlee; A.S.C.. Business Representative; Aloha 0e Committee: Beaver Wlub; Blue Triangle; Business Bnard; Carnivus, Co-Vhaii'man nt' Tivket Committee: House Senate; Homet-oming Committee; Mortar Bnard, President; Phi Kappa Phi. Pi Lambda Theta; Pi Omega Pi; HOrange 8: White" Assistant Circulation Manager; Resiideinve 'Hall. President. Vine-President: Who's Who in Amerivan Colleges 8; Univer- sities: WSiGA, Council, Legislative Committee; Orientation Leader; VOLUNTEER. 0mm Manager; YWCA, Presbyterian Center. MARY REBECCA BITCKNER: Maynardx'ille. Tennessee; Homv Evo- nomi s; Home Economivs Club; l.S.A.; Baptist Student Union; YARCLA. Fifth Row: ROBERT F. BUNN: Mvmphis, Tennessee; lGler-trival Engineering: A.I.EiE.: Eta Kappa Nu, Rerortding Sevrutau'y; Tau Beta Pi. RUTH K. BUNN: Tiel-Aviv. Israel; Liberal Arts. EDVVAKD BRUCE BYNUM, JIL: Jackson. iTpnnussoe; Elewti'iral Engi- mwring: Sigma Alpha Epsilon; AiI,Ei.E., iSm-retary-T1'oasurm': Eta Kappa Nu, President; Kappa Kappa Psi, Sw-rotu . Tau Beta Pi; U-T Band, Drum Major. Sixth Row: ?VIILLIAM CALIHVELL: Mm'yvillo, Tonnvssvo; Law; Phi Gamma 19 m. iVAiVANNA CAMERON: Knoxville. Tpnnossee: Eduvation; I,S.A.: Council, Runner-up for 'iliiss ISA" National ConteSt; A11 Student's Club Ununcil: Blue Trianxlv: Cheerleader, Head 'Cheerleadei- 1954- 1955: Individual 'Ciarm'i-us Skit XVinnel': Pep Flub; Phi Eta Tau. Intra- mural Manager. Vit'e-Prosidvnt. President, Program Chairman: Dol- phin Uluh. Vioe-Prosident, President; Cherry Blossom Queen Candi- dnt Physical Education Newspaper Eliito ; Miss Tennessee. 1054- 19. Treasurer of Srexnior Wlass: U-T Chorus: Usher Corp: R.O.TW7. Smmsoi': WYSEGUAi: W'ho's Who in Ameriran Colleges and TTniversities. CISCILY JO CARHER: Ripley: Tennessee: Hamv Evonomivs: Zotu Tan Alpha: Transfer from I'-'I' zit Martin, Tl-nm-ssee; Home Economics Club; XVesley Foundation. BOB ROBINSON President All Students' Club THE SENIOR First Row: ANN CHANDLER: Knoxville, Tmnvssve; Hume Evouomix-s; lloltu Delta Delta. Vico-President, Hismrizm; All-Sing 'Committev; 'Rlue Triangle; Aloha Oe, Decorations Uo-Uhairman; Gui-don Socivty; ILO.T.VC. Sponsor; Hnme Economics Club; Homocoming CommHtH-z Orientation Leader; VOLUNTEER, Fvuture Staff; VV.S.G.A., Imgisla- tive 8: Projects Committee: 1'" Cahinut; Sophomore 'Counvil Advisol' CLARA CHANDLER: Ashm'illo, North Wurolina; Business Admin- istration; TransferStudent; Philumuthizm Literary Soviety; Girls Ath- letic Assm'iatinn, Skxwvretary; Presto Musiv Club: Girl's Baskethall Team: varetm'y 0f Sophomore Fla Pi Omega Pi. RICHARD LYNN CHAPMAN: Johnson City, Tennessee: Liberal Arts. Second Row: CAROLYN CLARK: Knoxville, Tennosseo; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega: Blue Triangle; Alnha 0e Committee; Carnivus, Decorations Ponnuittee Vo-Chairmau: All-Sing. Awards Committee: Homeroming Committoe, Fraternity Dm-orutions. Alumni Registration, Co-Chairman: WPhe Hill," Staff; Spanish Club, President, Vice-Px'vsident; 1LT Chorus; Usher 'Corps; VV.S'.G.A., Social Committee. JULIA A. B. CLAUSING: Oak Ridge, Tennessee; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi; Thumfel' from University of Cincinnati. DONALD G. CLAYTON: Cleveland, Tvnm'ssve; Business Administra- tion; Transfer from Middle Tennessee State; Accounting Sm-iety; Aviation Club; Finance Club; Marketing Ulub; Industrial Arts Huh; Science Club. - Third Row: JOHN H. COCKE, JR.: Clarksville, Tvnnvssev; Engineering; ALEE. Vice-Presidvnt; Alpha Pi Mu; U-T Vutvruns Organization ROSE MARIE CULLEY: Jonesboro, Tennessee; Liberal Arts. BARBARA CONNELLY: Blm-kshurg, Virginia; Home Ex-onmnivs; Kappa Delta; Dolphin Club; Home Ecrmomit's Club: Presbyterian Stu- dent Center; hY." Fourth Row: PTRICLL: Rivhmond, Virginia: Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi nlm'ship Phairman. Sem'et- " Alpha Epsilon DPlta; Army R.O.TCC., Liuumnant Colonel; Distingul hed Military Student; Pvrshr ing Rifles, Treasurer, Vive-Presidvnt; Svahhard $ Blade, Trxxusurel'. CATHERINE A. COVINGTON: Pachutu, Mississippi; Home Evo- nomics; Transfer from Mississippi State College for XYomen: Blount Hall, Vioe-Prvsident; Barbara Blount, Hull Representative; Hnlnv EMonomios Club; Merrill-Palmer Award; Omicron Nu; Phi Kappa Phi. W'ALLACE S. CRAIG: Murfreesboro. Tennessee; Law; Phi Sigma Kappa; Arnold Air Society, Cadet Major; Phi Delta Phi; F.R.B. Fifth Row: NANCY CROUCH: Puryear, Tennessee; Eduration; Transfer from Christian College: Blue Triangle: All-Sing; Pi Beta Phi: HOrange 8L VVhite;" XV.S.G.A. JAMES H. CULP: Mnryvillo, Tennessee: Engineering; Sigma Chi, President, Vivo-President, Historian; Air Fort-e R.O.T.C., Cadet Lieu- tenant Colonel; Air Command Squadron; Arnold Air Society: A.CLE. Board; AS.C., Representative-at-Iarge; Distinguished Military Stw dent: Freshman Engineering Scholarship W'iuner: Eta Kappa Nu; Phi Eta. Sigma, President; Tau Beta Pi; Omicron Delta Kappa. Vive- President; Treasurer of Junior Class; President of Senior Class; Svarab. bean Senior SooiMy; Student Faculty Organizations Board Member; Torchbearcr 1954-1955; Vol Pep Club; W'hu's Who in American Uni- versities 8: Colleges. ROBERT CUNNINGHAM: Bristol, Tennessee; Business. Sixth Rovz JIM E. DANIEL: Chattanooga, Tennessee; Business; Sigma Phi Ep- silon, Senior Marshal and Comptroller; F.R.B.; Accounting Sm-iety; Air Force R.0.T.C., Captain. DONALD J. DEKORTE: Franklin Lakes, New Jersey: Agriculture; Kappa. Sigma. Grand Master of Ceremonies; Dairy Club; R.O.T.'C. Regimental Staff, Major; Pershing Rifles; Scabbard and Blade, Secre- tary. .W'ILLIAM PA PERSON DENNIS: Columbia, Tennessee; Engineer- mg; Lambda 0 1 Alpha, President, Pledge Trainer; Alpha Chi Sigma; Alpha Phi Omoga, President, Secretary; A.I.CLE-. MIMI KENAN President EducaHon Club i. CLASS OF 1955 First Row : MARGARET DIDDLE: Elixuhethton, TBmmssm-o; Eduvutinn; Imltu. Gamma, Vivu-Px'esidvnt; Pop Club; Dolphin Uluh. TOM DOSNE'I': Jm'kshm'o, Tennvssee; Law. FRANCES JUANITA DOVVDY: Chattanooga. 'Fvnnvssvo: Homo Eru- nomir-s; l.S .A., Council; Agrirultul'e Club; Baptist Student Union. Ex- evutive Wbunoil; Alpha Lambda Delta, St't-rotury; Home Ex-onomivs Huh: Home Emmomics Banquet Kihuirman; Junior Dunfnrth Award; Olnim'on Nu, Trvnsurer; Outstanding Freshman Home Et'onomiu Award: Phi Kumm Phi; Mortar Board; U-T Chorus; Ushvr Con , Y", Sovial Chairman; Who's Vth in Amm'i 1111 Volhlges :md Univnrsp ties; VV.SLG.A. Sophomore Svholarship; Varmty Visit, Cn-Chairmzm. Second Row : ANN DOZIER: Nashvillo, Tunnessee; Wdur-altitm: Trunsfvr from lial- mont College: Army R.O.T2C. Sponsor; Dolphin Club; Individual Intramural, Mnnagur; Mo-dorn Dunt'u U'lub; Reprvsvntutivv t0 A.A.P.H.E,Ii. Kbnvwntion; Phi Eta Tau, Treasurer; Phymml EduL-a- tiun Honor Board. JIMMY H'. DRAKE: Columbia, Tennessee; Engineering; Sigma Phi Epsilon Guard; Transfer from T.P.I.; Sm-iety of Amm'ivzm Miliuu'y Enginvers; A.Sr.M.E.; Amerivan Sm'ioty 01' Refrigeration Engineurs. T. J DRINNON: Kingsport. Tenm'ssvo; Engineering. Thi rd Row : JENNINGS BRYAN DUBOIS, JIL: lookevillv. Tennessee; Enginvvr- ing; Transfm' l'rom 'I'lP.l.; Engineering Chemistry Uluh, Treasurer; Society of 'IV't'hnh-al Engineers; A.I.Uh.E., Treasurer, Presidvnt, Presi- dent of Southeastern Regional Confet'em'e; Alpha Chi Sigma, Treas- urer: AXLE. Boul'd Representative. VIRGINIA IDYKMS: Knoxvillu, Tennessve; Home Evonomios; Transfer from Virginia Interment; Phi Mu, Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer; Canterbury Uluh; Blue Triangle; Y"; Homo Economit-s Club. PAUL FANCHICR: Whattanooga, Tennessev; Business Administration. Fourth Row: MARY SU I FARMEK: Springfield, Tennessee; Eduvution; Kappa Delta, Intramural Manager; Transfer from Martin Cbllvge; Remm- sentativo to A.A.H.P.E.R. Convention; Phi Eta Tau. ROBERT P. FARMER: Chattanooga, Tennessee; Agri -u1tur0; Alpha Gamma Rhu, Plvdge Trainer, All-Sing Chairman; U-T ingots, Presh dent, Vit'e-Pmsident; U-T Chorus, Viuu-Presidcnt; U-T Hot'tivulturn Society, Pre dent, Vice-Presidont. HAROLD FERGUSON: Knuxvillo, Tennessvv; Engineering. Fifth Row: HELEN FIELDS: Johnson City, Tennessvu; Lilwrnl Arts; Pi Bola Phi; Transfer from Gulf Park Oullvge; Athlutiv Association; 'Y Unhi- net; Phi Theta Kappa; Dvltu Alpha; Romum-n Language Uluh; Mml- em Danr'c Club. RONCOE A. FIELDS: Memphis, 'I'rnnessuu,: Law. HUNTON FINLEY: Finley, Tl'mmssve; Busim'ss Administration. Sixth Row: CLARA FITCH: Knoxville, 'IVunnesseu; Business Administration. JAMES LANSI 'G: FOVVLIGR: Knoxville, Tonnessne; Businvss Admim istration; Kappa Sigma, Secrotury 01' Pledge P'luss, Model Initiate. Guard, Vicu-Prusidvnt; 'Fvunis, Frushman, Varmty: Y; Presbyterian Studunt Center, Pnesident. Vive-Prusident; Pershing Nines, Secretary, 1st Lioutununt; SIt-uhhm'd $ Blade, Uzmtain; RAITAE. Captain. JAMES FRAZIER: Knoxville, Tvnnvssee; Law. DON MONEYHIYN President Omicron Delta Kappa THE SENIOR First Row: JOHN B. FUQUA: Milan, Tennessee; Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Revorder. T. O'NEAL FIJLIAVOOD: Stantonvilie, Tennessee; Engineering; Transfer from U.Tz Martin Branch; Veterans Club, Secretary, Treas- urer, President; Engineers Club, Reporter; A.I.E.E. MARTHA JEAN FUSON: Smithvillc, Tennessee; Home Economivs; Transfer from U-T' Martin Branch; I.S.A.; Air Force R.O.TLU. Spon- sor; I.S.A. Uounoil; Home Economics Club; National Sweetheart of i.S.A.; Volunteer Beauty. Second Row: RICHARD S. GAMBLE: Knoxville, Tennessee; Business Administra- tion; Lambda Phi Alpha; Arnold Air Society: Alpha Phi Omvga; Pre- Lugal Society; U-Ti Chorus; Cross-Country and Track: Ti Club; uOrange and White," Reporter; VOLUNTEER Staff; Finum-e Club; Wesley Foundation. W'ILLIAM GEIGER: Oak Ridge, Tennessee: Engineering. JOYCE GILBERT: Chattanooga, Tennessee; Home Economics. Third Row: LILLIE GLASGOW: Truman, Arkansas; Home Eoonomirs. MARY ANNE GOIHVIN: Linden, Tennessee; Home Evonomivs. GORDON GUODGAME: Knoxville, Tennessee; Law: Sigma Phi Epsi- lon, Pli-dge President, Publivity Chairman, Corresponding Sei'l'eUll'y, Rush Chairman, Sot'ial Chairman, Activities Chairman, 'Uhapiain, Ex- aminer. Conclave Delegate; Beaver Club; Business Representative to A.S.F.; Business Administration Board; Cheerleader; Pep Club, Vices President, President; Pep Cnordinator; Pledge Relations Board; Pre- Legal Society, President; i'Strictly Business," Editor; "Hill" Staff. Fourth Row: DONALD GRANT: Knoxville, Tennessee; Business Administration. SUZANNE GRAY: Knoxville, Tennessee; Business Administration: Chi Omoga; VOLUNTEER Staff; Presbyterian Student Center. Sevre- tat'y. PEGGY GREENBAUDI: Nashville, Tennessee; Education; Alpha Epsi- lon Phi, VimuPi'esidont; Treasurer, Secretar Beaver Club; Eduvu- tion 'Uluh; Barbara Blount Dorm. Treasurer; urch Workors' Coun- cil; Hillel. President; Panhellenic, Prasident, Vine-President; Usher Corp; University Center Program Committee; VV.S.G.A. Council. Fifth Raw: PAUL l. GREENE: Kingsport, Tennessee; Business Administration: Lambda Chi Alpha, President, Secretary of Pledge Class, Politival Representative, Historian, Official Delegate, Chairman Dixie-Penin- sulu Convlave: Freshman Adviser to A.S.C.; Delta Nu Alpha; Lloyd L. Lawson Scholarship: Kappa Kappa Psi; Omicron Delta Kappa. Sei-rmary, Treasurer; Nayheeyahli Board; ROTC, Cadet Captain; I'niversity Band; l'sher 'Forp; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. iVllJllAM CLAYTON GREEIN Knoxville, Tennessee; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma, Sex-retary of Alumni Association, Master of Ceremonies: Arnold Air Society; Command Squadron; Mid-VVinter Convocatitm Committee; Presbyterian Center, Recreation Committee, Presidvnt: Pershing limes; Blue Triangle; HY" Cabinet, Program Uommittcei BETTY JEAN GRIFFIN: Gates, Tennessee; Home Economics; I.S.A.; Ti'ansfvr from U-T Martin Branch; Home Economics Club. Sixth Row: GERRY GRIFFIN: Knoxville, Tennessee; Business Administration: Sigma Kappa, Historian, Secretary, Orientation Leader; Blue Triangle; Business Administration Board; U-T Chorus; Office Admin- istration Club; VV.S.G.A. ROSA GRISSOM: Carthage, Tennessee; Education. PAUL VINCENT GUTHRIE: Kingsport, Tennessee; Engineering. HERMAN REVIERE All-Sing Cn-Cliairman i g 5 CLASS OF 1955 F' '5': Bow: RUSH lIAGGrARD: Soviervillo, Tmmossuu; Eduvutitm, PASCAL E. HANCOCK: Strawberry Plains, Tkznnossee; Business AKI- ministration; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Delta Nu Alpha. LUCY HARDIN: Knoxville Tennessee; liiln-I'nl Arts; Alpha Delta Pi, Most Outstanding Plv-dge, Most Outstanding Sophomoro, Mvmher-at- Large, Recording Set ' tary; VV.S.G.A., Sm'izll Commituw, Vive-Prvsi- d-ent, President; A.S. iChaiI'man of Sm-I'etarizli Board; HThv Hill," Associate Editor, Editm'; Forensir- Uluh, Sw-Ntm'y; 1952 All-Grvek Debate, Co-VVinner; XVIR Badminton Tournament, Cn-iVinneP: VOL- UNTEER, Office Manager, A zwiate Editor: Paul'lvlleniv Uuunvil; Newman 'C'luh, Treasurer, Prs- dent; Student Far-ulty Organizations Board; Carnicus, Stage Commitmu, UU-Vhairmzln of Program Unm- mitteo, Advisor Board; University Churvh Workers' Fuum-ii; Rosi- denoe Hall Senate Ex-OH'ir'io; Ushvr Unl'p; UUl'zmgv and thito," t'n- Ed of the XYeok; Mortar Board; Mortar Board's Must Outstanding Junior; Candidate for Cherry Blossom Prinrvss; Bluv Triangle; Elev- tion Commission; XVho's XVho in American Viollvgvs and I'niVUrsitiPS; Torchbearer. Second Row: JOHN F. HARKLEROAD: Bluff City, Tenm-sseo: Enginvering; A.S.C.EL; Chi Epsilon. CAROL HADLEY: Salisbury, North Fm'nlinn; Education; Sigma Kappa, Svhoiarship Chairman of Pledgv Class, Junior PunHollenic. Publicity Chairman; Pep Club, Sovretm'y; Home Evonomivs Fluh; Art League; Education Club; Parnivus, Finalo Committev; Homemmr ing, Fraternity Dm'orations Committee; Blue Triangle; 'W'"; Transfer from Penn State: Treble Singvl's. DONALD COLE HARRIS: Knoxviliv, Tennusiee; Business Admins istl'aition; Delta Sigma Pi, Trvasurer, Vit'e-Pi'vslrlmit; Ax-vounting Su- uiety, Seuretary, President; Beta Alpha Psi; Phi Kappa Phi; Business Board, Vice-President; C.P.A. Scholarship Winner, Third Row: PEGGY ANN HATCHER: Fayettvville, Tenm'ssvo; Liberal Aris; Dulla Delta Delta, Scholarship, Chairman: Blue Triangle; Aloha On, Com- mittee Chairman; Usher Corp; VV.SG.A. Committee; VOLUNTEER Beauty; BY". COSMO L. HAUN: Niota, Tonnnssee; Agi'ivultul'u; Ag. Club; Ag. Et'or nomivs Club. Vivp-Prcsident; Scars Svhulm'shiv Wimwr, Freshman Sc Sophomore Year: A.I.C. Delegatei BEVERLY HAYNES: Nushvil'u, Tonnesseu; Hnmv It-onomir-s: Phi Mu; Home Etvnomics Club; International l'iiuh, Publivity; VV.S.G.A. Orientation Leader: VOLUNTEER Staff; "Yi'; Transfer from Belmont Junior College. Fourth Row " W'ILL HAY Smyrna, Tennesseu; Agrivulture; I.S.A., President, National Vice-Pi'esident; Beaver i'luh, Treasurer; Alpha Zeta; Rep- I'esuntative of Tndepvndents t0 A.SJJ. Advisory Board; Dairy Club: U-Ti Dairy Cattle Judging Team; Unive 'sity Center Program Advisory Committee; Agriculture Scholarships, Freshman and Sophomorv; Omicron Delta Kappa; Frsshman Coum-il; Sophomorv Cnum'ili; Svarabhoan Senior Society; Who's iYho in American Unllvges and l'nixel'sities; BY" Cabinet. EELALIA JANE HAZLEW'OOD: Jnokson, Tvunossee; Business Ad- ministraticn; Phi Mu, Secretary Rvgistl'ur; Orientation Louder; Polly MvClung Dorm, Trvasurel'; All-Sing Committee. JAMES ALAN HERNDON: ElizahL-thton, Tennvsseo; Elm-tricnl Engi- neering; I.S.A.; Engineering Representative to I.S.A. Council. Fifth Row: BILL HIDALGO: Guayaquil, Equador: Business Administration, CAROLYN ANN HODG-E: Knoxville, Tennessee; Edumnionz Transfm' from Uarson-Newnmn; Band; Hmmr Rull 0f Futurv Tem'hvrs of America; Annual Applm'hian; HOrnnge and Blue" Staff; Cafeteria Cluh. PAULA HOKE: Knoxx'illv, Tennessee; Home Evolmmivsi Sixth Row: A. LAITRICE HOLLOiYAY: Montvrey, Tonnossne; Business Admin- istration: Pi Beta Phi. JACK HOLT: Memphis. Tennessee: Lilmral Arts. GLEN HORNER: Uentervillv, Tvnnessee; Enginvoring: Sigma Phi Epsilon; Piun Club, JINI CULP President Senior Class THE SENIOR First Row: BILLY J. HOSKINS: Ewing, Virginia; Education; Delta. Tau Delta, Secretary, Vii uPresident; F.RiBi; Fraternity Convention Delegate; Political Riepl'csentativc; Sophomore Jouncil. DOROTHY ELIZABETH BOYLE: Charlotte. North Carolina; Home Economivs; Phi Mu, Secretary, Fraternity Education Chairman, P0- litival Ropresentative; A.S.C.; Vice-President of Senior Class; Henson Iiall Counselar; Home Economics Club, Hostess Chairman; Usher Corp; Senior Invitation Committee. MARY KATHERINE HUGGIN: Knoxville, Tennessee; Liberal Arts; Dolphin Club; Mutlmmutics 'Uilub. Second Row: VIRGINIA HU'I'CHISON: Knoxville, Tennessee; Education. BUD ROG YRS IRVINE, JR.: Knoxville, Tennessee; Business Admin- istration; Lambda Chi Alpha; Delta Nu Alpha; Beaver Club; Busi- ness Board Representative; National Defense Transportatitm Asso- ciation, Second Vice-President. HOW'ARD LYNN JOHNSON: Knoxville, Tennessee; Business Admin- istration; Accounting Society, Business Board Representative; Busi- ness Bound; Delta Sigma Pi, Historian. Third Row: JACQUELINE JONES: Springfield, Tennessee; Education. BENNIE MOYERS KAISER: Knoxville, Tennessee; Liberal Arts. ALI RIZA KAVALAK: Istanbul, Turkey; Agriculture. Fourth Row : META KENAN: Chattanooga, Tennessee; Delta Delta Delta, Intra- mural Chairman; Canterbury Club, Secretary; Aloha 0e Committee, Chairman; "Orange 8: VVhitei' Staff; "Y'i; UBT Playhouse; Sigma 'Chi Sweetheart; Air Force R.O.T.'C. Sponsor; Mortar Board Outstanding Freshman Award; Freshman Si-holarship; Sophomore BY" Council; W.S.G.A., Publicity Committee, Social Committee; Blue Triangle; Orientation Leader: Homecoming Committee, Cb-Chairman Queen Presentation Committee; All-Sing Program Committee, Co-Chairman; Student Board Committee; A.S.Cf. Education Representative; Delta Delta Delta, Activities Chairman, Chaplain. Rush Chairman; HY" Cabinet; Education Club, President; Student Center Board; Pi Lambda Theta; Mortar Board, Vice-President; Pep Club. MARY JANE KIMBROUGH: Silver Spring, Maryland; Unclassified. BETTY GRAY KINCAlD: Madison, Tennessee; Education; Pi Beta Phi. Fift 11 Row: DONALD LEIGH KING: Memphis, Tennessee; Business Administra- tion; Lambda. Chi Alpha, Rush Chairman; Finance Club, President; Business Administration Board; Alpha Phi Omega: Carnicus Com- mittee; Cross-Country and Track Team; Pershing Rifles; U-T Chorus, Publicity Chairman; U-Ti Singers; 'iY"; National Defense Transporta- tion Association; Delta Nu Alpha; Usher Corps. JOSEPH S. KOCH: Plainville, Conner'ticut; Liberal Arts. KARL'KOELLA: Rockford, Tennessee; Law; Kappa Sigma. Sixth. Row: NATHAN LATTURE: Blountville, Tanessee; Engineering. JOHN W'. LAYNE: Jasper, Tennessee; Engineering. MARY SUSANNE LEINART: Knoxville, Tennessee; Education; Phi E'ta Tiauv Recording Secretary, Publicity Chairman; VOLUNTEER, Greek Editor, Military Editor, Assistant Editor; "Y" Sophomore Coun- cil; I.S.A., Council, Intramural Manager, Delegate to National Conven- tion, 1954; Physical Education Honor Board; Dolphin Club, Pageant Ticket Chairman; B.SAU. Council; VV.S.G.A.; Education Club; Usher Corp; U-T" Singers; U-T Chorus; Alohe Oe, Co-Ciairman Publicity: Ciarnicus, Publicity Committee; "The Hill" Staff; "T"; Modern Dante Club. JOE HARE Editor, Volunteer CLASS OF 1955 First Row: DONN B. LISSNER: Little Ncuk, New York; Engineering. ETHEL MARLENE LITTLE: Newton, North Carolina; Business Ad- ministration; Delta Zeta, Pledge President, Junior Pan-Hellenic Rep- resentative, Political Representative, Rush Chairman, Senior Pau- Hellenic Representative; Dolphin Club; International Club; VV.S.GYA.; Pi Omega Pi, Treasurer, Convention Delegate. JEAN LOHR: Silver Spring, Maryland; Home Ez-onomics' Zeta Tau Alphal Guard, Rush Chairman, Pan-Helleniu Representa ive; Homo Economivs Club, Vice-President; Pan-Helleniv, Treasurer; Y'. Second Row: AUDREY LOU LOY: Clinton, Tennessee; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi, Pledge Supervisor, Scholarship Award, Outstanding Pledge; Blue Triangle; Modern Dance Club; Alpha Lambda Delta, Vice-President; Freshman Council; Wesley Foundation; Orientation Leader; Eta Sigma Phi, Secretary; Sophomore Council; Usher Corps, Phi Kappa Phi; HY"; VOLUNTEER. ELIZABEI'H ANN MCCAULEY: Bronxville, New York; Business Ad- ministration; Kappa Delta, Political Chairman, Pledge Class Secre- tary; Business Administration Representative to A.SJC.; Business Board, Secretary, Treasurer; HOrange and White"; Journalism Club; Newman Club; "Strictly Business," Editor; U-T Playhouse, Make-up Staff; "Y"; Modern Dance; Homecoming Committoe: HY" Sophomore Couneil; Betty Coed Candidate. SUZANNE MCCRARY: Knoxville, Tennessee; Liberal Arts: Sigma Kappa, Pledge President, Pledge Treasurer; Art League Sem'etary, Treasurer; Baptist Student Center, PubliPity Chairman. Third Row: KERMIT PAUL McDONALD, JR.: Chattanooga, Tennessee: Business Administration; Kappa Sigma; "Orange and White"; Rifle Team; Arnold Air Society. CHESTER E. MCINTURFF: Unicoi, Tennessee; Agrir-ulture; Dairy Club; Ag. Club; I.S.A., Basketball team. VERNON L. McKINNEY: Knoxville, Tennessee; Business Administra- tion; IYSLA; Journalism Soviety; Journalism Club; HOI'ange and White" Staff. Fourth Row: BETTY ANN McMAl-IAN: Athens, Tennessee: Business Administra- tion; Transfer from Tennessee Wesleyan; Wesleyan College Choir; Eta Upsilon Gamma; Phi Theta. Kappa; Business Club; Beta Alpha Psi. YWAIN McMAHAN: Manchester, Tennessee; Home Economics; Zeta Tau Alpha; Transfer from Christian College; Home Economics Club; Tennessee Club; Twelfth Night Club; Popular Music Club; Vespers; "Y"; Blue Triangle. NANCY McMAHAN: Knoxville, Tennessee; Education; Alpha Delta Pi, Sophomore 'Oouncil Representativey Registrar, Activities Chairman, Member-at-Largei, Vice-President; All-Sing Committee; Carnit-us Committee; Aloha, 09 Committee; Homecoming Committee; "Sigma Nu" White Rose; Education Club, Finance Committee; Blue Triangle, Vice-President; Usher Corp; U-T Chorus, Social Chairman; VOLUN- TEER, Staff; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; W.S.G.A., Orientation Leader, Projects Chairman, Legislative Fom- mittee: "YB, Sophomore Council, Cabinet, Secretary, Treasurer. Fifth Ro'w: DAVID T. McIVHERTER: Palmersville. Tennessee; Agriculture; Sigma Alpha. Epsilon; Block and Bridle; "Y." F. RANDOLPH MANSFIELD: Fayettevillc, Tennessee; Business Ad- ministration. EVELYN ELIZABETH MASON: Clinton, Tennessee; Education; Delta Gamma: Transfer from Emory and Henry College; Phi Kappa Phi; Debate Team; Wesley Foundation; U-T Playhouse. Sixth Rm': JOHN PAYSON MATTHEWS: Somerville, Tennessee; Agrit-ulture; Alpha. Tau Omega; Block and Bridle Club; Agriculture Club; Beaver Club; "Orange and White"; Blue Triangle. RUBY NEILL MAYS: Kingsport, Tennessee; Home Economics; Phi Mui, Librarian; Transfer from Mars Hill College; Clis Literary Society; Home Economics Club lCouncil, Secretary; HY" Council; College Chorus; International RelationS; B.SZU. Council; Varsity Visit. CYREAD W. MEFFORD: Florence, Alabama; Electrical Engineering; Kappa. Alpha; UeT Band; A.I.E.E.; I.R.Ei. W'AW'ANNA CAMERON Head Cheerleader THE SENIOR First Row: CAROLYN LEH' MILBURN: l'hattanooga, Tennessee: Business Ad- ministration; Art League; Kappa Tau Alpha; Sigma Delta Pi; Jour- nalism Club; Spanish Club. JOHN MIL'I'ENIS: Brooklyn. New York; Business Administration. EVAN ROYI'E MINIER: Fountain City, Tennessee; Civil Engineers ing: Sigma Nu; Arnold Air Snoiety; A.S.C,E.; Distinguished Military Student; Phi Epsilon. Second Row: JERE Ml'lTHl'M: Nashville, Tennesspe; Liberal Arts. THOMAS DEXTER MONROE: Luttrell, Tennessee; Agriculture; Pi Kappa Alpha; Agrit'ulture Business and Economics Club, Recording varmary: R.O.T.U., Hadet Faptain; S.A.M. JOANNE MOODY: Knoxville, Tennessee; Education; I.S.A.; Newman Club; Phi Eta Tau, Assistant Treasurer, President; VV.S.G.A,, Council; Physivul Eduration Honor Role. Third Row: CLARA SUE MOOR 1: Knoxville, Tennessee; Business Administration; Sigma Kappa. Intramurals Manager, Rush Chairman, President; Blue Triangle; HOrange and White" Staff; Orientation Leader; Office Ad- ministration Club; Pi Omega Pi; Pan-Hullenic; U-Ts Chorus; VV.SLG.As J. MALCOLM MOORE: Elizalmthton, Tennessee: L'IW: Lambda Chi Alpha, Px-usident, Purvhasing Agent, Trea urer, Political Representa- tive: ASP. Law Representative; U-T Student Bar Assoviation, Secre- tary; Finance Club, Treasurer; Phi Delta Phi, Rush Chairman. JOSEPH LESLIE MOORE: Knoxville, Tennessee; Engineering; U-T Band; A.I.I.E., Rm'ording Secretary; Alpha Pi Mu. Vice-President. Fourth Row: SALLY R. MOOR N Oak Ridge, Tennessee: Liberal Arts; Delta Gam- ma, President of Pledge Class, St-holarship Chairman; Homecoming Committee; VOLUNTEER; HOrange and White." WILLIAM J. M001! 11: Tullahoma, Tennessee; Business Administra- tinn. DEAN '1'. MORGAN: Elizabethton. Tennessee; Engineering; Tau Botl Pi; A.I.Ch.E,, Sem'otary. Fifth Row: MARY ANN MORRIS: Chattanooga Tennessee; Home Economics; Alpha Delta Pi; Modern Dance Club; HOrange and White"; A.S.C. Publivity Committee; "Y". RONALD D. MORRIS: Mount Vernon, New York; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Newman Club; A.I:CJh.En, VicesPresident. GENE HARTNUG MOTTERN: Bluff 'Clty, Tennessee; Engineering; A.C.E. Board; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu. Sixth Row: JOHN W. MOTTERN: Johnson City, Tennessee; Engineering; A.I.kt7h.E.; Alpha 'Uhi Sigma, PrPsident; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi. MAURICE MSAR. Jerusalem, Jordan; Engineering; International Club; I.S.A.; A.S.C. . MARSHA JEAN MURPHY: Oak Ridge, Tennessee; Education; Pi Beta Phi, Pledge Secretary, Pledge President, Scholarship Chairman, President; Freshman Class Secretary; A.S.C.; Freshman Council; Junior Pan-Hellenic; Aloha 09 Committee: R.O.T.C. Sponsor; Knox- ville Symphony; VV.S.G.A. Council; Pan-Hellenic, Vice-Presiudent, President; Junior Class Secretary: Mortar Board; U-T Chorus; M.E.N.C.; Student Center Committee; Senior 'Class Secretary; Senior Invitations Committee; Torohbearer; Vice-President of Dormitory: xVho's Who in American Colleges and Universities. W'ALTER PEOPLES Vioe-President All Stutlents' Club CLASS OF 1955 First Row: LEONARD B. MURRAY, JR.: Copperhill, Tennessee; Electrical Engi- neering; Kappa Sigma, Pershing Rifles; Usher Corps; A.I.E E.; Arnold Air Society; AlI-Sing, Stage 'Committue; Carnit'us, Stage Committee; Air Force R.O.T.C., Captain: Radio Workshop; Vol Vanities: Y". EIH'VARD DOUGLAS MYSINGER: Moshiem, Tennessee; Engineering. JOHN LEE NEELY, III: Knoxville, Tennessee; Engineering: Phi Kappa Sigma; Transfer from Vanderbilt University; Student Senate; Student Christian Association; Ad Lib", Editor; N.R.O.T.U.: Vander- bilt Scholarship Plaque; Air Force R.O.T.C.: Air Command Squadron; Arnold Air Society, Adjutant, Cadet Lt. Colonel; Pi Tau Sigma; Pres- byterian Student Center, Treasurer. Second Row: BARBARA B. NEFF: Knoxville, Tennessee; Education; Pi Beta Phi, Pledge Publicity Chairman, Social Chairman, Corresponding Secre- tary; VOLUNTEER, Assistant Business Manager and Manager of Organizations, Office Manager; Modern Dance Club; Kappa Chi; W'.S.G.A. Orientation Leader, MARY SADLER NELSON: Banner Elk, North Carolina; Homo Eco- nomios: Alpha Omicron Pi. Assoviato Correspondent Secretary. Corre- sponding Sevretary; Freshman Council; "Y"; U-T Playhousp; Home Economics Club; W.SLG.A. Counvil; President Mattie Kain Dorm; President House Senate. JUDITH TAYLOR NICHOLS: Knoxville, Tennessee; Eduvation; Transfer Queens College; Queens College Choir; U-T Singers. Third Row: ABIDAHMAD NUVVAYHID: Ras El Mam, Lebanon; Engineering. W'ILLIE BERNICE OAKLEY: Memphis, Tennessee; Home Economics. ROBERT NEIL 0 BRIEN: Knoxville, T9nnessee; Engineering. Fourth Row: GEORGE V. OGLES: Manchester, Tennessee; Business Administra- tion; Lambda Chi Alpha, Ritualist; Alpha Phi Omega; Treasurer Arnold Air Society; Journalism Club; Captain Cross-Country Team; Track Team; "Y" Council; A.F.R,O.T.'C. Cadet Major and P10 Otiicer; Editor General Poop; Coach ISA Girls Basketball Team. JOE II. OLIN: Maryville, Tennessee; Liberal Arts. GENE A. WINGER: Greeneville, Tennessee; Engineering; A.I.Ch.E.; Veterans Club. Fifth Rm': NOLEN OTTINGER: Greeneville, Tennessee; Engineering. DONALD T. PARK . VVeaverville, North Carolina: Liberal Arts; Chorus; French Club; International Relations Club; Philosophy Cluh; Religion Club. , FAYNE HOLT PARSONS. JIL: Shelbyville. Tennessee; Agriculture: Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasurer; A.S.A.E. Si xth Row: PATRICIA GLEN PATE: Newbern. Tennessee' Liberal Arts: Delta Delta Delta; Phi Sigma Kappa Moonlight Gil ; Volunteer Beauty; R.0.T.C. Sponsor, Honorary Colonel; "Y"; Blue Triangle; Secretary Barbara Blount Dormitory; Pan-Hellenic Representative; Homecom- ing Committee; All-Sing Committee; Aloha 0e Committee DONALD PATRICK: Etowah, Tennessee; Business Administration. VIRGINIA SUE PATRICK: Fountain City. Tennessee; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha; Blue Triangle: U-T Singers; Phi Kappa Phi; VOLUNTEER: Music Educators National Conference. MARSHA MURPHY Pan Hellenic Presldent THE SENIOR Firs! Row: LEILA A 'NE PENN: Kenton, Tunnesm-u; Huml- Econmniws; Honw lCr-mmmics Plub; Hull lmpn-soutntivu; HV ILA. JOHN 1'. PENNINGTON: Signal Mountain, Tvmmssve; Law; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Rush Chairman. PnIiHszl Rvm'vsunmtiv. P1 sidL-nt; Murkoting-Retailing Vluhz Spm'ial In'ill Platoon; NILR; Pl ,-I.vgul Surimy, Rush Chairman. DAVID A. PEOPLES: Morristown. Tennessee; Busiurss Administra- Hnn; Simnu Chi: Dvltu Sigma PL Prvsiuzlvnl; Air l'ommund Squadron. National Third Vim: t'ommumh-I'; Distinguished Military Student Award; Air Vnrm- FLUXPAL, Outstanding Cadet. Sophomore and Jun- iur Your Award; Unlivron Ilvltn Kappa: Mzu'kvting-thzliliug Vluh; Air Form; ILOJFJE, v'ing t'mmmmdm', t'mlvt Volmwl: Businvss Rourd; Arnold Air Sm-il-ly, Operations Ollivm'. 59001111 Raw: VALTER E. PEOPLES: Chattanooga, 'Ft'mnlssee; Agrivulturv; I.S.A., Vix-v-Prvsident: Sraruhlleun Svniqr Society Tm-vl1lwm1-r; Unliern helm Kwppa, Sovrvtury; Whom Who in Anwriwun x'ullvges and Uni, versitiv A.S.C., Vitw-Prosidmn: Alpha Zeta, Virv-Pl'esident; Ag. Vluh, VIvu-Prl-sitlent; MAI: Huund-up" Munngvr; Blm-k An Bridle. Social Uhuirmzm: Young Fm'nn-rs un-gl Humvnmkvrs. JACK TAYLOR PERKINSON: Rivm'ille. Tvnnes 90; Am'ivulturo; l.S.A.; Ag'l'irultul'o Fluh; hairy Club: Pel'sllim.,r 1mm MARIE PERRY: Wimlvr, Georgia; Edurntinu. Third Row: JAMES DONALD PIERC I: Maryvillv. Tennessee; Busim-ss Admin- istx'utiulL DORIS GIFINIG'IWWC POPE: Loudou, Tvunesseo; Eduvutiun; Pi Beta Phi; President of Freshman Vommisnun; Hlnunl Hull Prvsident; U-T Singvrs, Vive-Prvsidvnt, ELIZABETH IWHVELL: Seymour, 'Fvnnosseo; llmm- Ernnmnirs: B.SJ7.; Dean's List; Alpha Lambda Ik-lul: Home Economics Club: Omicron Nu Srhnlurship AVVEll'iL Fourth Row: CARL PREN'PH'E: Mt, Juliet, Tvnnessuv; Business Adluinisll'utinn. JAMES PRICE: mudun. Tvnnvssev; Agrivumure; Alpha Gamma Rho, Sm-retary, Vice-Presidrnt; Jessv H. Jouvs Srholzu'ship Yul'd; A.S.A.E.. Student Bram'h Vire-Presidvnt; Ag, Ululn. President; Volunteer Pop Uluh; Block 8: Bridh- Uluh. Troasur ', Prosident; le'uund-up" Staff; Alpha 7.9m, Tx'oasurvr, President; Tvmn-sseo Farmer" Stuff; U-T Liveslovk Judging Team; Wm. H Danfm'th Junior Award; Meals Judging Tram; B,S.I'., Editor of Baptist V01; Umivrnn 1mm Kappa; Tm'vhbeuror. H0 VARD MORRIS PRlVl'l'T: Chattanooga. Tunm N00; Business Ad- ministration; l.S A.: S.A.M., varemry: Arnold Air Sovivty; Air Form- R.0.T C , Uuptaiu; Rifle Team. Fifth Rmv: GINGER RAGSDALIC: Knoxville, 'Penuessvo: Liberal Arts; Chi Omega, Rush Uhuirmzm, Pledge Mother; Avtix'ities Chairman; Bluv Trianglv; "'; "Y" Unhiuet; VOLUNTEER. Art Editor; University t'hoi Pun-Hellenit- Reprosvnmtive All-Sing Publicity Chairman. t'o- airman of Awards Wunmitte : Freshman Adviser for "Y'; VH Stminster Group, Vive- resident; Presbyterian Student Center. Retreats and Recreation thurman. Vive-President, Church Council Suoretary; Junior qurHvllenii- Representative: Uurnh'us Cummitlve: XV.S G A., Publivity t'huiruum, t'uum-il; Hmnevoming Queen Finalist, Humeroming Puhlh'ity t'hail'muu: RAVFA'. Sponsor; Sophomore "Y" Houncil; Aloha 0v thlirmnn: YVVUA, President; Mortar Board; ASK' Nounvil; Orange and White Uoml of UM- Week; Who's Who in Anu-ri- run Nollegvs and l'nin-rsities; 'l'm'L-hlwnrmx BOBBY JARRELL RAISES: Medina, 'Pvum'ssmq AgriI-ulture: Alpha Gamma Rho. Vivv-Presixlenl. Suvial thil'mzm; Ag. Club Representa- Ag. Ed. Fluh Rem'esvntntive; ViA-e-Prrsidvnt Roy's Dorm. I'H L. REED: Vhit1-shurg', Tennessee; Law; Phi Delta Phi, lt-gul tm'nity. th Row: JOE P. REEDY: Bluff t'ity, Tvnnl-ssve; Phemivzll Engineering; Tau Beta Pi, Vive-l'r ident; Alpha Vhi Simnu, President, Viue-Presideul; A'CE Board; President; A.I.Uh.E, SHIELDS REMINE: Knuxville, Tennessee; BusinPss Admini. ration: Kappa Alpha, Rush Chairman. Sevrehlry, President; "Orange and Vhite." Managing Editor, News Editor, Editorial Columns; Carnicus, Uo-Uhairman Finale; Homeroming, l'o-Uhairmun Publicity; Jouw nalism Club. Vioe-Presidcnt; V01 Vanities Cast: Freshman Coum-il; Sophomore Count-il; "Hill" Staff; Svnim' Board; U-T Band; Knoxville Symphony PATSY RHYNE: Newport. Tennessee; Busineqs Administration; Pi Beta Phi, SN-retary. Music t'hnirman: HY": 'Y" Wabinet; Blue Tri- angle; Pun-lrlollb'nicz Pep Club; Traditions Board; VV.S.G.A. DAVID Mi-SWEEN President Fraiernity Relations Board i i CLASS OF 1955 First. Row: JAROLYN RICE: Knoxville, TonnESSee: Education; Sigma Kappa, Social Chairman; M.E.N.C.; Daucation Uluh; All-Sing; B.S.U.; U-T Singers; U-T Chorus. PEGGY RINEY: Knoxville, Tpnnossw; Education; Alpha, Delta Pi. President, Political Represvntative, Outstanding Junior. Pledge Pre dent; Torchbom'm'; Who's Who in Amm'iran College and Universitie , Phi Kappa, Phi; Mortar Board; Pi Lambda Theta, President; Outs standing Junior Girl in the College of Eduvution Award; Eduvation Club, President Homw'oming, Fo-Whaii'mzmv Advisory Board; Alls Sing, Advisory Board: Eliuvation Representative to A.S.C.; VV,S.G.A.. Secretary: All-SingTommittuos; Carnivus Committees; Newman Wluh; Blue Triangle; VOLUNTEER Stuff; Treasurer of the Volunteer Party; AIohe Oe Committue; YV,5.G.A. Count-il. ALLAN M. ROBINSON: Memphis, Tennessnv; Enginooring. Second Row: w. G. tBOlM ROBINSON, III: Nashville, Tennossvo; Business Admin- istration; Lambda Phi Alpha. President of Pledge Class, Pledgv Trainer; Best Pledge Award; Pershing limes; Radio XVorkshop; All Student's Club PI kielit; Suu'ahlmnn Senior Suviuty; Umit'x'on Delta Kappa; Voluntvel' of 1954-1955; 'l'm'vhheai'vr; Who's Who in Aniot'it'zm Colleges and Univm'sitivs; Southern Universitivs Student Governing Association. Vji-v-Il' dent, President of Junior Class; President 01' Sophomore Class; Svm'ahlwan Senior Society Award iiOutstanding Sophomore": Arnold Air Sm-iety; President; VViS.G.A. Most Eligible Bachelor; Pledge, Relations Board, Prusidunt; 1321113.; Air Forvv R.OJT.Q Lt. 'Lfiolonol; Student Fuhulty Relations Board; Tl'nnessue's Visitation Team; Arnold Air Society National Convention. RICHARD ROBINSON: Whuttanooga. Tennessee; Engineering. VVILLIAM EUGENE ROBINSON: Dayton, Tennessee; Business; Phi Gamma Delta; HY": Air Command Squadron: "Y" Sophomore Coun- cil: S.A.M.; Arnold Air Sovioty; Air Forrn 11.03120. Wing Adjutant: Distinguished Military Student. Third Bow: HERBERT RAY ROCHELLE: Waverly, Tennessow Agriculture; Alpha Gamma Rho, Reporter: Sears-Roebuck Scholai siip lievipient; Nahheeyali Governing Board Band Correspondent; Agronomy 1L71ub, President, VivesPreSident, Siecrutm'y-Treasurer, Reporter; Freshman Council; Sophomore Council; Roundrup Staff "Barnwarmin' " Staff: Barnwarmin' Master of Ceremonies; U-T Marvhing Band; Ag. Club. ROBERT HACK ROTH: Clarksville. Tennessee; tivil Engineering; A.S.C.E.. lorriesponding Sevrctary; ACE Day Committee; R.O.TL'C.. Cadet Major, Platoon Sgt" Military Bull ?ommittee; Distinguished Military Student; South Stadium Counr'ilz Scabbard and Blade. Vice- President, lst Lieutenant; Chi Epsilon; Honm'm'y-Associute Editor of the "Transit": SLAIM.E., President; ACE Board. PAUL RUDDER: Knoxville; Tennessee: Engineering. Fourth Row: DAVID CARROLL RUPLEY Mor'istown, Tennessee; ingineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; ALE , President; Tau Beta Pi. Prusident; Eta. Kappa Nu, Bridge Correspondent; AJXE Board, Vivo-President: Phi Kappa Phi; Whois Who in Amerivzm itVollegosi and Universities; Transferred from Carson-Ncwman. JEAN ANN RUTHERFORD: LaFollettc, TmmossEm; Home Evo- nomics; I.S.A., Historian, Coum-il. ISA Girl-ollthe-VVeiek; Delegate to National I.S.Ai, LS.A. Program Committee. Homu Economivs Club; Young Farmers and Honiomakui's; VV.S.G.A. Orientation Leader. HILDA JOAN RYE: Knoxville, Tennessee; Home Evonomlcs. Fifth Row: BARBARA SAYLOR: Kingston, Tonnvssoo: Lihm-al Arts; ZuizL Tau Alpha. Standards Chairman, Spanish Club; International Huh; VV.S.G.A. Orientation Loader. STANLEY NUO'FT: Oak Ridge, Tennessee; Illng'inm'ring. SOPHIE SHADOW': Dvmitur, Tunnossov; Homo Ermmmivs. Sixth Row: JOSEPH P. SHANNON: Memphis Tvnnvssov; Business Administra- tion; Delta. Sigma Phi, Vioe-Presidnnt, Intramural Uhnil'mun. Houm- roming Chairman, President of Plrdgu Fluss; Kappa Kappa Psi; New- man 'Ulub; Marketing Club. JOYCE ANN SHARP: LaFollettv, Tunnvsmm; Business Administra- tion; Zeta Tau Alpha. Vice-Prvsidont, Rush Chairman. Sit-hulm'ship Chairman, Pr"9sidmlt 0f Pledge Glass; Fi'vshmzm Coum-il: Junior and Senior Pan-Helleniv: OIIii-v Administration Club, Prusident; Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi. BERNAS SHARP: Rokaord, 'Pennossvp; Agrivultui'e; Ag. Uluh, Siw- retairy; Blm-k and Bridle, Reporter; Rvsident Hull Prosidvnt; UTon- nessee Farmer," Assm-iute Editnr; I.S.A. Pmmvil. W'ILL HAYNES President Independent Students Association THE SENIOR First Row: MARY JANE SHARP: LaFollette, Tennessee; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha, Vice-President of Pledge Class, Social Chairman, Recording Secretary, President; Jennie Armstrong Dorm Vire-President, Sevres tary; Beaver Club; Blue Triangles LARRY C. SHELTON: Harriman, Tennessee; Liberal Arts; Lambda 'Chi Alpha, Publicity Chairman. Carnicus Director; Phi Esta Sigma, Secretary; Esta Sigma Phi, Vice-President; Carnicus, Advisory Board, Co-Chairman Decorations; All-Sing, Co-Chairman of Program, Finale: Traditions Board; Homecoming, Co-Uhairman. Advisory Board; Usher Corps, Head Usher; M91rose Council President; Omicron Delta Kappa; W'hoVs Who in Amerivan 'Colleges and Universities; uOrange and White"; VOLUNTEER; Finance Club, Treasurers BETTY LOU SExVELL: Knoxville, Tennessee; Home Economies; Sigma Kappa, Pledge Secretary, Rush Chairman, VicesPresidvnt; Baptist Student Center, Vico-President. Second Bow: WILLIAM J. SHAW: Greeenville, Tennessee; Agriculture; I.S.A., Vice-President; Dairy Club, Vioe-President; Agriculture Club; Mol- rose Hall Council; U-T Players; Young Farmers Sz Homemakers Club. MARY NI. SHEPPARD: Atlanta, Georgia; Education: Alpha Delta Pi. Rush Chairman; HY" Cabinet; Blue Triangle Club, Vice-President: "Y's" Owl Editor; Carousel Theater; Alpha Psi Omega. EVA SUE SHOUN: Mountain City, Tennessee; Business Administra- tion; Pi Beta Phi, Program Chairman; Vol Pep Club; Blue Triang'l "Y" Sophomore Council; Barbara Blount Dorm, Vive-Prosident; 0mm: Administration 'Olub; IT-T Usher Corp; Homecoming Committuo; A11- Sing Committee; Carnicus Committee; Alohe 09 Committee: House Council; UJF Chorus. Third Rm': VVALDEMAR H. SILVDGNOLI: Ponce, Puerto Rive: Business Ad- ministration. ANCIL SILVEY: Clinton, Tennessee; Business Administration. FREDDIE SKIDMORE: Knoxville, Tennessee; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta, Scholarship Chairman; Dolphin Club; U-Ts Chorus; Uni- versity Singers; Radio W'orkshop; Carousel Theater; Blue Trianglu; "Y"; Aloha 0e Committee; Carnieus Committee. Fourth Row: CLARA ROLLER SLACK: Knoxville, Tennessee; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi, Recording Secretary; Carnivus Finale Committee; Aloha 0e Committee; "Y's; Education Club; VOLUNTEER, Orhce Manager, Collections Manager; Blues Triangle. AGNES C. SMITH: Lenoir lCity, Tennessee; Eduvation; Transt'errod from T.P.I.; Health 8L Physical Ed. Club; Biology Club; T.W.O. Board. BARRY J. SMITH: Atlanta, Georgia; Business Administration: Pi Kappa Alpha, Assistant Treasurer, Pledge Class Treasurer; Cax'nicus Decorations; Aloha 0e Publicity: Newman Club; All-Sing; Delta Nu Alphas; Transfer from George Peabody College. Fifth Ro'V: WILLIAM HINES SMITH: Charlotte, North Carolina; Business Ad- ministration; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Varsity Cross-Country; Varsity Track; Monogram Club; Christian Coum-il: Campus Hi-Lighters: Mixed Chorus; S.A.M., lst Vice-President; Delta Nu Alpha, Seniov Representative; Wesley Foundation, vareatian Uo-Chairman: vaslplv Foundation Council; Business Administration Board. JOHN D. SMOOT: Knoxville, Tennessee; Liberal Arts. DONN ALAN SOUTHERN: Knoxville, Tennessoe; Law. Sixth Row: JOYCE VVARDENE SPARKMAN: Sparta, Tennessep; Homo Eco- nomics; Zeta. Tau Alpha, Treasurer; Mortar Board; Omicron Nu; Home Economics Club, President, Vice-President; VVho' Who in Ameri- van Colleges and Universities; Home Economics College Representa- tive to A.S.C.; Home Economic Club Representative to W.S.G.A.; Sophomore Class Council; Sophomore Representative to Home Ern- nomics Council: Junior and Senior Pan-Helleniu. HARRIET SPELLINGS: Bells. Tennessee; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. Secretary; ssY" Cabinet; Modern Dance Club; Kappa Phi; Henson Hall Counselor. BETTY SPENCE: Decaturville. Tennessee: Home Evonomir's; Hnmo Economics Club: Transfer from U-T Martin Branvh. JOE MYNATT Chairman Rebel Party CLASS OF 1955 First Row: CAROLYN RAY SPRINKLE: xVinston Salem, North Carolina; Home Economics. HARVEY SPROUL: Knoxville, Tenesspe; Business Administration and Law; Kappa Sigma, Grand Master of Ceremonies, President of Pledge Class, Publicity Chairman; Scarabbean; Torrhhearer; "Y' , President; Vth's Who in American Colleges and Liniversities; "Orange and White, Edit Pep Club, Presidun: Omivron Delta Kappa, Vive- P1'csidei1t; University Chorus President; Delta Sigma Pi; Arnold Air Soviety; AllsSing Uommittees;ta1nuus Committees; Aloha 0e Deco- rations Co-Chairman; Callie M Ross Freshman Scholarship; Fresh- man Law Scholarship; Puhlu 1t; thairman of Unixersity Center: Knoxvillu District Methodist Youth Fellowship President; "Y" Sopho- more Coum-il President; EaSL-Sub Dierict MYF, President: "Y" Cabi- net, Chairman Deputations. HARVE STEIN: Memphis, Tumussee; Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau, Historian, Seurmm'y. President; Pep Club: Assistant Intra- mural Manager; Sophomore 1'11un1-il;"T"Club; Varsity Baseball; F.R.B. , Second Row: CHARLENE STINSON: Memphis, Tennessee; Education; Delta Delta Delta, Songleader, Outstanding Pledge Award; VOLUNTEER, Busir ness Staff; Usher Corp; Eduvation Club; XV.S.G.A. Project Committee; "Y" Council: Blue Triangle; Orientation Leader; InterChurch Pany Publicity Chairman; iC'arnit-us Committee; Aloha 0e Committee; U-T Chorus. MARY J0 STULTZ: Stone, Kentucky; Liberal Arts; I.S.A.. Treasurer; Mortar Board; Phi Kappa Phi; Eta Sigma Phi President; Universitv Chorus ViL-e- President; Wesley Foundation Seu'etary XV S. G..;A Uni- versity Singers; Mathematics 501 1ety Latin Club; "Y' JANET ROSE SUMP'I'ER: Rosehill Virginia; Liberal Arts; I.S.A.; U-T Chorus: B.S.U. Enlistment Committee; Kittie Kain Dorm Treas- urer; 2nd Vice-President. Third Row: JOHN R. SWAIN:Dyersburg,Tennesse1': Agriculture SEBA ADRIANNE SUTLIFF: Oak Ridge Tennessee; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma, Treasurer Room Chairman Pledge Dance Chairman; All-Sing Chairman; Modern Danre Club; VOLUNTEER Staff: VV.S.G.A. Orientation Leader. Legislative Committee. BILLIE LOU TARPLEY: Montezuma, Tennessee; Home Economics; Zeta. T'au Alpha: Omicron Nu; Wesley Foundation; W.S.G.A.; Kittie Kain Dorm Council; Home Economics Club. Fourth Row: JAN H. THOMAS: Greensboro, North Carolina; Business Administra- tion; Sigma. Kappa, Triangle Correspondent, Scholarship Chairman, Political Representative, Treasurer; HOrange and White," Editor; Mortar Board, Secretary; Whois Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities: Phi Kappa Phi; Beta Gamma Sigma: Kappa Tau Alpha; Publirations Council: A.S.C. Publications Representative; Business Administration Board; Sophomore Council; Winner of Sigma Kappa Scholarship Trophy; "Orange and White," Assistant Society Editor. News Editor, Managing Editor; Polly McGlung Dorm., Secretary; Beaver Club; All-Sing, Co-Chairman of Publicity: Homecoming Fra. ternity Decorations Co-Uhairman; Aloha 0e: W.S.G.A. Social Commit- tee: Journalism Club, Secretary; Chairman of Publicity for Business Administration Ball; Carnir'us Chairman for Sigma. Kappa: Editorial Staff of "Journal of Business": Associate Editor "Strictly Business", Orientation Leander; U-Ti Chorus: Runner-up HQueen of College of Business." WILLIAM L. THOMAS: Knoxville. Tennessee; Education: Kappa Sigma, Vice-President. Pledge Master. University Chorus. President: University'Singers, President: Education Planning Committee; Educa- tion 'Clu'n, Treasurer; Pershing Riaes, Officer; Usher Corps; Baptist Student Center Council. HENRY EARL THO'MPSO ': Paris, Tennessee; Engineering; Transfer from U-'Ti Martin Branch; Foothalli Co-Captain; Engineer's Club; Chi Einsilon: A.S.C.E. Fifth Ro'w: JACK E. THOMPSON: Nashvillr'. Tennessee; Engineering; Lambda Chi Alpha; "Y"; "General Poop" Staff; U.h1e1' Corp; Arnold Ail" So- olety: A.I.I.Ek., A.C.E. Board. ALAN D. TOOMEY; Athens. Tennpssee: Mechanical Engineering: Phi Gamma Delta, Rush Chairman. Correspondinq Sevrotary President; Varsity Tennis: Tennis Tieam Unhtain: A.S.M.E.: UY": "T" Club. MARGARET TRO'I'TER: Knoxville. iTPnnosseo: Liberal Arts: Alpha Omicron Pi. Social Chairmnn' ACE. Queen of Clubs: A.'C.E. Queen of Diamonds Finalist; A.t',.E. Queen of Hearts: Army R.O.T.C. Spon- sor; Band Sponsor. Sixth Row: BETTY TUCKER: Knoxvillv. Tennesson: Home Economivs: Chi Omega. Secretaryh Corresponding Secretary; Home Economics Club, Publir'ity Chairman: "Y": Blue Trianglu NANCY ELIZABETH TURNER: Knoxville Tennessee; Business Ad- ministration. WILLIAM MARK 'IWVILLA: Madison. Tennessee: Business Admin- istration: Kappa Sigma: Cheerleader. 'Cantain: Pep Club; S.A.M.: Alpha Phi Omega' "Orange and Vx'hite" Staff; Pep Council; Com- minnd Squadron; Molrosv Council; Business Board: Aloha Oe Com- m ttee. SONNY DuPREE President Nahheeyayli Board THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1955 First Row: DONALD E. B'ADE: Dunn, North Uzu'olina; Business Administration JERRY LOUISE W'ADE: Har'ingen, Texas; Business Administration; Chi Omega; Athenean Club; Transfer from Baylor University. JENNINGS L. W'AGNER: Elizabethton, Tennessee; Business Admin- istration; Sigma Chi, Pledge Trainer; Delta Sigma Pi; Finance Club; Arnold Air Society; Business Administration Board. Second Row: ICLEANOR W'ALKER: VX'al'tI'mse, Pennsylvania; Home Evonomios. FRNEST E. B'ATKINS: Loudsn, Tonnessce; Agrivulture; Ag. Cluh; Dairy Club; Alpha Zeta: A.S.C. Ag. Representative. GEORGE W'ATKINS: Ripley, Pennsylvania: Electrical Engineering; Sigma Nu: Phi Delta PhiiHistorian; A.I.E.E.; Chairman I.R.E.; Eta Kappa Nu. Third Row: JANE BURKE WATSON: Knoxville, Tennessee; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega; JOSEPHINE VV'EAVER: Saltvillv, Virginia; Liberal Arts. JOHN N. VVILFORD: Paris, Tennessee; Business Administration: Sigma Chi, Editor, Executive Committve; Wesley Foundation, Editor and President; Journalism Son-iety, President; Journalism Club, Viov- President: Air Command Squadron, Wing Commander; Young Demo- vrats Club; Melrose Hall 'sA" I'nit President: Kappa Tau Alpha; Phi Kappa Phi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Intramural Debate VVinneI'. Fourth Row: JOHN TROY W'OLFE, JIL: Nashville, Tennessee; Liberal Arts; Lambda 'Chi Alpha. BOBBY W'. sVILLIAMS: Bells, Tennessee; Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. ROBERT BVILLIAMS: Knoxville, Tennessee; Liberal Arts. B'ILLIADI JOSEPH WILLIAMS: Alcoa, Tennessee; Industrial Engis neering; Lambda Chi Alpha; A.I.I.E. Fifth Row: MARIAN WILSON: Knoxville, Tennessee; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Piu Service Chairman, Chaplain; Beaver Club, Sevrotary; Wesley Foundation, Vice-Presidcnt, Service Chairman; W.S.G.A. Projects Committee; BY"; Blue Triangle; Triangle Club. PHILIP S. VVRIGH' ' Knoxville, Tennessee; Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon; -T Band; Freshman Council; Sophomore Coun- ril; Pep Club, Marketing and Retailing Club. RONALD E. YAT 1S: Knoxville, Tennessee; Business Administration. RICHARD WILSON YOUNG, JR.: Fayetteville, Tennessee; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Alpha Phi Omega; Eta Sigma Phi; Command Squadron A.F.R.O.T.C.; Usher Corp. Sixth Row: PAULA JEAN YOUNG: Sparta, Tennessee; Education: Delta Zeta; Future Teat-hers of America; Klafetoria club; Pep Club; Honor Stu- dent; W.S.G.A. DONNA ZEISER: Signal Mountain, Tennessee; Chi Omega; Home Economics; All-Sing; HY"; VOLUNTEER Staff; Uarnicus, Stage Com- mittee; BY', Council; Presbyterian Student Center; Intramurals; Sophomore Count'ils SAMUAL ZIMMERMAN: Etowah, Tennessee; Engineering. VIRGINIA RAY ZIGLER: Jacksonville, Florida; Home EI'OHOHHCS. GORDON GOODGAME Pep Cu-urdinatur WIWW B "4 JYNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: John Yuunt, Treasurer; Sally Dooley, Secretary; Dick Schnabel, President; Jack Littleton, Vice-President. First Row : JANE ANN ADAMS ............................. Rirhmond, Kentucky HARDY B. ADAMS ............................ Hupkinsville, Kentucky QUENTIN M. ALEXANDER .................................... Daisy SHARRON ALEXANDER .................................... Ridgely WILLIAM ALEXANDER ............................... Lawrenceburg CHARLOTTE ALLEY .......................... Bristol NANCY ALLEY ............................................ Lake City JO ANNE ALLISON ........................ Asheville, North Carolina Second Row : WILLIAM AVERY ......................................... Knoxville BETTY BARRON ............................................. Selmer JERRY BARRON ............................................. Selmer PATTI BATCHELOR ....................................... Knoxville DANIEL BATES ............................................. Loudnn SHIRLEY ANN BERNARD ................................. Knoxville ROBERT C. BERRY .............................. Ft. Wayne, Indiana SUSAN BOWMAN ........................................ Oak Ridge Third Row : ELIZABETH BOYD ........................................ Knoxville BUDDY L. BRANDON ........................................ Hening SARAH BRANDT ................................... Atlanta, Georgia ELIZABETH BROWN ....................................... Knoxville HARRY BROWN ........................................... Knoxville WILLIAM BROWN ........................................ Memphis BILLY BRUHN .............................................. Stanton PHIL BURT ................................................ Memphis Fourth Row : BETTY L. BLACKLEY .................................... Horn Beak NORTON BLACK .......................................... Knoxville GENE BURTON ......................................... Chattanooga JAMES CAMPBELL .......................................... Bristol PAUL E. CARTER ......................................... Kingspon CAROL CHAPMAN ..................................... Elizabethton SAMMY DALE CLINTON .............................. Oliver Springs JAMES C. COFFMAN ..................................... Washburn THE JUNIORS Fifth Row: JAMES R. COLE .......................................... Millingtun PETER CONDILES ................................ Luthzlm. New York JOHN CORBIN ........................................... Springfield JAMES MELVIN COX ..................................... Bluff City CAROL CRESS ............................................. Knoxville JULIA CRISP .............................................. Nashville PATSY ANN CROCKETT ........................ Wythcville, Virginia CAROLYN CRONAN ........................................ Ridgely Sixth Row: CAROLYN CROUCH .................................... Elizabethton ELBERT CUNNINGHAM .................................. Oak Ridge STUART CUTTING ....................... Jackson Heights. New York DORRIS DANIEL .............................................. Paris JO ANN DANIELS ....................................... Knoxville JANE DAVIS ................................. Mariwn. South Carolina MILDRED DAVIS ........................................... Martin SANDRA DAVIS ........................................... Knoxville Seventh Row : WINSTON J. DAWS ........................................... Halls DOROTHY DEAN ............................................ Pulaski PATSY DENMAN .............................. Bfrmingham, Alabama GEORGE DILWORTH ..................................... Millington ROBERT DONNELL .................................... Murfreesboro FRANCES DOMINICK ..................................... Knoxville GENIE DOSSETT ...................................... Juhnson City ROBERT DOUCHERTY .................................... Knoxville Eighth Row : PEGGY DOUGLASS ..................................... Cermantuwn MARY FRANCES DRAKE ................................. Columbia JANE DRISKILL ............................................ Newport KATHERINE ELDERKIN ..................................... Athens JOE ELLER ................................................. Layette CAROL ERDMAN ........................................ ismsviue PHIL FARROW ........................................... Knoxville THOMAS FARRELL ..................................... Whitehaven WATKINS EWELL Business Manager, Orange 8; White First Row: AUDRY FERGUSON ....................................... Maryville JOAN FORRESTER ............................................ Dyer HOWARD FIELDS ........................................ Knoxville EARNEST FORSTEN ......................................... Dayton ELLIOT FORTESCUE .......................................... Alcoa CLAIRE FUSSEL ........................................... Memphis JACK FULLER ............................................ Memphis MARSHALL FORRESTER ................................... Ridgely Second Row : DONNA GARDNER ........................................ Knoxville JOHN GASKINS ................................. Harrisburg. Illinois NANCY CLAZE ........................................... Knoxville BETTY JO CODWIN ....................................... Memphis JAMES GRADY ............................................. Memphis NORA LOU GROVE ....................................... Knoxville WILLIE SUE GROVE ..................................... Knoxville PEGGY HALLORAN ........................................ Nashville Third Row: PAUL G. HAMMES .......................................... Pruden JOE HARB ................................................ Knoxville NANCY HART ............................................ Harriman JEAN HARLE ............................................. Cleveland ROBERT HARPER ......................................... Knoxville KAY HAYES .............................................. Knoxville WILLIAM HAYES ............................ Birmingham, Alabama DICK K. HEARN ....................................... Chattammga Fourth Row : JOHN E. HICKLE ................................ Weatherford, Texas ETHEL HICKOX .......................................... Knoxville ZONA HOLLSTEIN ....................................... Rockwood LOUISE HORD ......................................... Murfreesboro JO ANN HOWARD ......................................... Corryton PERRY JANE HUGCIN .................................... Knoxville CHARLES RICHARD HUGHES .......................... Eiizabethton MARJORIE CLAIRE HUGHES ............................ Nolensville 4.2 THE JUNIORS Fifth Row: GLENDON JACKSON ...................................... Coalfield BARBARA JONES ......................................... Knoxville JAMES BENJAMIN JONES ............................. Murfreesboro HARRY JONES ............................................ Knoxville HARRIET JORDAN .......................................... Allard! DORIS ANN KENNEDY ...................................... Martin MIKE VIRCIL KENNEDY .................................... Decherd MARY ELLEN KIMBROUGH ................................. Athens Sixth Row: PAUL KYKER .......................................... Madisonville HELEN LAMB ............................................... Martin MELBA LAMPLEY ...................................... White Blul? ELIZABETH LOCKLEAR .................................. Oak Ridge JOHN LOCKRIDGE ........................................ Knoxville JEAN LOOMIS ........................................... Sweetwater KAY LOVE ................................................ Knoxville ANN GIBBS LYONS ........................... Stanford, Connecticut Seventh Row: VICTOR GLENN McBRIDE ................................... Selmer NANCY McCLARY ........................................... Smyrna LORETTA AGNES McCRACKEN ............ Asheville, North Carolina NANCY McCUBBINS ...................................... Knoxville BESS MARIE McKENZIE .................................. Knoxville DAVID E. MCKINNEY ................................... Sweelwater DORIS JEAN McNABB ...................................... Newport RUTH MARION ........................................ Johnson City Eighth Row: ROBERT P. MATHENY ........................ Wenonah, New Jersey PATRICIA MEDLEY ........................................ Madison HENRY MILLER ............................................ Dickson JOE MONGER ........................................... Lenoir City ELIZABETH MONROE ...................................... Knoxville BETTY MOODY ........................................... Knoxville JOEL ANNE MORRIS .................................... Oak Ridge JAMES RICHARD MOYERS ............................... Knoxville JACK 0110" President of Alpha Phi Omega First Row : MARTHA MULLINS ............................. Thnmustnn, Ceurgia THOMAS BYRD MURPHY ................................ Union City JACK ODOM ............................................... Crossvillc MIDGE ORR ................................ Santa Munica, California WILLIAM H. OWEN ......................................... Clinton w RICHARD OGLESBY ....................................... Memphis NORTON PATTESON ....................................... Memphis SHIRLEY PETTY ........................................... Memphis Second Row : DONALD EUGENE PHIPPS ............................. Johnson City ELEANOR S. POWELL ................................... Greeneville JACK B. PRINCE .......................................... Knoxville PEGGY PULLEY ........................................... Columbia ROBERT PURVIS ......................................... Unionville BENNIE RADER ........................................ Johnson City WILLIAM WEBSTER RIGGS ................................ Memphis JOAN ROGERS ........................................... LaFnllettc Third Row: NANCY C. RUDD .......................................... Maryville BOB RYAN ................................................ Knoxville HENRY P. SAMMONS .......................................... Ends RICHARD SCHNABEL ..................................... Knoxville THOMAS J. SCHUETZ ..................................... Knoxville JIMMY SEAL ................................................ Martel ANNE SHELDON ......................................... Oak Ridge BARBARA JEAN SHERRILL ............................. Chattanooga Fourth Row : MARGARET ANN SHIVERS ................................... Paris JANE SIMS ................................................... Sparta FRANCES SLOAN ............................................ Ripley CLAUDIA SMITH ................................... Signal Mountain ROBERT B. SMITH .......................................... Jackson SHIRLEY JANE SMITH ................................ Dayton, Ohio DIANNA SQUIRES ............................................ Erwin NORMAN C. STRANBERG ...................................... Neva THE JUNIORS Fifth Row: JIMMY LEE STOCKTON ................................... Newbern RONALD H, STONE ...................................... Knoxville BARBARA STONECIPHER ................................. Knoxville TIMOTHY SULLIVAN ......................... Glens Falls, New York FITZHUGH TAYLOR ....................................... Memphis EVELYN TEFFETELLER ................................... Maryville ANNE TEMPLETON .......................................... Martin PAULINE TERRY ......................................... Harriman BARBARA LOUISE THOMAS .............................. Knoxville Sixth Row: JAMES W. THOMAS ........................................ Elbridge CARL J. THORPE ......................................... Tracy City JACK L. THURMAN ....................................... Knoxville ANNE THOMPSON ....................................... Sevierville CAROLE THOMPSON ...................................... Memphis TOBY THOMPSON ........................................ Kingsport ARTHUR EUGENE TODD .................... Walhalla. So'nh Carolina MACK TROTTER ........................................... Maryville SANDRA TURNER ......................................... Memphis Seventh Row: JO NELDA UPCHURCH ....................................... Forbus JEAN VAN EYNDE ........................................ Knoxville SHIRLEY VAN PELT ...................................... Knoxville THOMAS J. VAUGHN .............................. Pressmenk Home TOM WADE ................................................. Kenton LEWIS WALKER ............................................. Ripley JO ANNE WEBB .......................................... Lexington NANCY JO WERNERT ..................................... Knoxville SARA WHITE ............................................. Knoxville Eighth Row : JULIAN WHITLEY ........................................ Cuvinglon KATHLEEN WILKERSON .................................... Powell BETTY JANE WILLIAM .................................... Knoxville BOBBY F. WILLIAMS .................................... Union City EARLE CARTER WILLIAMS ............................... Maryville NYE WILLIAMSON ............................. Cemrlland, New York MICNON WILSON .......................................... Dresden BILL YATES ............................................... Franklin ANNE CLAIRE WINGETT ................................... Madison THE SOPHOMORES Firs! Row: ROBERT AMICK .......................................... Knoxville JANE ANDERSON ......................................... Memphis LEROY ANDERSON .............................. Evansville, Indiana DORIS ASBURY .......................................... Knoxville PAT ARMSTRONG ....................................... Sweetwater CAROL AVERY ........................................... Knoxville JOE GENE BAGWELL ...................................... Knoxville FOSTER FARRIS BEASLEY ............................... Nashville Second Row : JANE BEENE ........................................ South Piltsburg RAYMOND BELL .......................................... Knoxville BILL BENNETT ............................. Elizabethtown, Kentucky RENEE BIRD .............................................. Knoxville FRANCES BOLTON ........................................ Kingsporl NANCY BOONE ............................................. Trenton CAROLINE BOYD ......................................... Knoxville NANCY BRANN ............................................. Jackson Third Row: ANN BRESNAHAN ........................................ Knoxville GLENN ALLEN BROWN ...................................... Bolivar BARBARA BUCKLEY ..................................... Knoxville PEGGY BUCG ............................................ Oak Ridge BETTY SUE BUSH ....................................... Dandridge MIKE BURKA .............................. Asheville. North Carolina MELLA BURRAGE ......................................... Knoxville SUE BYRD ............................................... LaFullette Fourth Row: BARBARA CARCILE ................................... Murfreesboro JOE CAMPBELL .......................................... Louisville JESUS CANAHUATI ....................... San Pedro Sula, Honduras JANICE CARTER ...................................... Johnson City BOB CHAMBERS .......................................... Knoxville JOANNE CHAMBERS ....................................... Carthage GEORGE CHANDLER ...................................... Knoxville JIM CHANDLER ............................................. Bristol 47 SOPHOM 0R E CLASS OFFICERS Left to right: Dan Pulp, Vive-Presidem; Henry Freas, President; Nancy Moore, Secretary; Durman Stout, Treasurer. Fifth Row: NONA CHILDRESS ..................................... Chattanooga VIRGINIA CHILTON Memphls RUFUS CLIFFORD .................................... Luwrenceburg MARVIN COFER ......................................... Oak Ridge JOHN RICHARD COLEMAN ............................... Memphis SHIRLEY CONE ................................... Oscenlu. Arkansas PATSY COOK ................................................. Goltin NANCY COOPER .......................................... Memphis Sixth Row: MARTHA COUCH ........................................... Madison CHARLES COX ........................................... Union City EUGENE COX ............................................. Knoxville CAROL CULLEN ........................................... Knoxville FRANCES CURTIS ...................................... Elizabethmn NANCY DANIEL Memphh BARBARA DAVIS ......................................... Knoxville BILLIE DAVIS ............................................ LaFullelle Seventh Row : JAMES ROBERT DAVIS ....................................... Alma MARTHA DAVIES ......................................... Memphis JANET DETRICK ......................................... Knoxvillv GEORGE DOMINICK ...................................... Knuxvillc PAUL DOMINICK ......................................... Knoxville DANA DOW ............................................... Knoxville BETTYE JEAN EDMONDSON ............................. Maryville CEORCE EDWARDS ...................................... Greenbrier Eighth Row : ALLEN R. ELKINS ......................................... Heiskell SALLY ELLNER ........................................... Nashville MARIAN ELMORE ......................................... Knoxville JAMES N. FAGAN ................................. Wullacn, Virginia PAT FALKNER ............................................ Knoxville JOE D. FANN .......................................... Mt-Minnville WILLIAM FARREL ...................................... Whitehaven DON T. FINNELL ......................................... Cleveland THE SOPHOMORES First Row: EDWARD FLEMING .......................... Landis, North Carolina MARIE FOLLIN ............................................ Memphis COLIN FOX ................................................. Clinton EUGENE FOX ............................................ Kingsport MARK FRANKLIN ......................................... Knoxville CHARLES H. GALE ............................ Plainfield. New Jersey BETTY GILES ........................................ Oliver Springs DOROTHY GILES ............................................ Dayton Second Row: BRENTA GLASCOCK ...................................... Memphis CAROLYN GOOCH ........................................... Michie CHARLES M. CRACEY .................................... Covington JOHN WM. GREETER ..................................... Altamont KITTY CRIDER .............................................. Bristol NANCY JANE HALL ......................................... Loudon LACY HARVILLE ........................................ Rogersville MARY JO HAYNES ..................................... Sweetwater Third Row: LINDA HELTON ......................................... Waynesboro GENE HEMPSTEAD ............................. Thomaston, Georgia PEGGY ANN HICKMAN ................................... Harriman A. 0. HERRINCTON ....................................... Memphis ARTHUR A. HICKS, JR. ................................ Chattanooga RICHARD LEE HILL ...................................... Knoxville PAYTON HODGES ........................................ Millington KAY HOFFMEYER ..................................... Chattanooga Fourth Row : DOROTHY HOLT ......................................... Lynchburg DOROTHY JO HOOPER ..................................... Newport VIRGINIA HOUSE ........................................ Knoxville NANCY HUFFMAN ........................................ Memphis DOROTHY HUSKEY ...................................... Knoxville ANN MORGAN IRON ...................................... Knoxville ROBERT BENSON JANES ..................... Birmingham, Alabama LLOYD JEFFERS ............................................ Oneida 49 MYRON PECK Business Manager, Tennessee Engineer Fifth Row: ELEANOR JETER .......................................... Dresden BEVERLY ANN JOHNSON ....................... Baltimore, Maryland KATHERINE LEE JOHNSON .............................. Knoxville SARALENE JOHNSON ..................................... Knoxville GLEEDELL JOLLY ........................................ Byrdstuwn CAROLYN JONES ..................................... Johnson City EVELYN JONES ........................................... Nashville WILLIAM F. JONES ........................................ Callatin Sixth Row: NANCY DIANE KELLER ................................ Copper Hill CHARLES W. KIBBONS .................................... Columbia ROSE MARY KILLEFER ................................ Chattanooga PEGGY LAMBERT ....................................... Knoxville BILL LARGEN ........................................... Fayetteville FRED R. LAWSON ......................................... Townsend JOAN LEATHERWOOD ............................ Washington, D.C. DON LEESON ............................................. Knoxville Seventh Row : CAROLYN LENNON ....................................... Knoxville SHIRLEY LILLEY ............................................ Bristol CONSTANCE E. LLOYD ................................. Chattanooga ELLYN LOLLAR ........................................... Knoxville HELEN 5. LONG ........................................... Maryville MAURICE LYNCH ............................... Thedford, Nebraska JERRY MCCRACKEN ................................... Chattanooga ROBERT MCDEARMAN ..................................... Memphis Eighth Row: WILLIAM EUGENE MCDONALD ............................. Oneida GEORGE MCPERSON ...................................... Nashville CAROL McSPADDEN ...................................... Knoxville DENESE MACKLEN ............................ Westfield, New Jersey GENE MANESS .......................................... Henderson ANN MASSENGILL ....................................... Kingsport MARY L. MERCER ........................................ Knoxville LAVINIA MEYER .......................................... Pikeville 50 THE SOPHOMORES First Row: DICK MILES .............................................. Cleveland DAVID MILLER ........................................... Knoxville HYUNG SHIK MIN ..................................... Seoul, Korea NANCY MINOR ........................................... Nashville ELIZABETH MONEYHUN ................................. Kingsport DAN MONCER .......................................... Sweetwater CHARLES L. MOORE ..................................... BulFs Gap HELEN MOORE ........................................... Knoxville Second Row: JANE MOORE ............................................... Cordova NANCY LOU MOORE ....................................... Jackson ROGER MOUNTAIN ................................... New Tazewell CHARLES E. MURPHEY ................................ Brownsville JOE NAIFEH ............................................. Covington BARBARA NEASE ...................................... Patrottsville MARGARET PADCETT ..................................... Lebanon MARILYN PARKER ....................................... Knoxville Third Row: PAULA PARKER ........................................... Knoxville MARCIE PATTON ....................................... Sweetwater MYRON K. PECK ........................................ Sweetwater REUBEN PELOT .......................................... Crossville CAROLYN RAY ............................... Arden, North Carolina STANLEY HOWARD REED ............................. Chattanooga MARY CATHERINE REPASS .......................... Johnson City JANET RHODES ........................................... Newport Fourth Row: WILLIAM RICE .............................................. Ripley CHARLES RICHARDSON .................................... Leoma EMMA LEE RINEHART ...................................... Selmer CAROL ANN ROBERTS .................................. Livingston JOYCE ROBERTS ............................................ Palmer BARBARA RONK .............................. ' .............. Alamo BILL ROOK ............................................... Knoxville SUSAN ROSE ............................................. Knoxville 51 HARRY JONES Activities Chairman Fifth Row: BILLY JACK SAMS .................................... Elizabethton DOROTHY SANDERS .................................. Mount Eagle MARGARET D. SANDERS ................................. Knoxville PAULA J. SANDERS ........................ Campbellsville, Kentucky RUTH SANDERS .......................................... Knoxville LUTTRELL SCHETTLER .................................. Knoxville ANITA MARILYN SCHMERMUND ..... Memphis BEATTRICE SCHILZ ............................. Arlington, Virginia Sixth Row: HENRY SCHRODER .............................. Maples, Minnesota JOHN SCOTT ............................................. Knoxville LUCY E. SCROCGIE .................................... Knoxville TOM SENTELL ............................................ Knoxville NOLAN SHARP .......................................... Shelbyville SHIRLEY ANN SHARP ................................... LaFollette PHILIP SHELLEY ....................................... Jamestown NORMA SIMPSON ....................................... Clarksville Seventh Row: LINDA SITZMAN .......................................... Knoxville FRANCES SLEMONS ...................................... Knoxville BEVERLY ANN SMITH .................................... Knoxville GLENDA SMITH ......................................... Henderson CHARLES SNEPP ......................................... Knoxville MICHAEL SPAHRM .............................. Mayfield, Kentucky BOBBY JO SPAULDING ................................ Chattanooga CAROL STEELE .................................... Atlanta, Georgia Eighth Row: ANELLA STEELMAN .......................................... Halls JOHN R. STERCHI ................................... Knoxville DAVID STEWART .......................................... Gallatin MARILYN LORETTA SUTTON .......................... New Tazewell RONALD W. TAYLOR .................................... Oak Ridge JACK W. TEMPLETON ........................... Gate City, Virginia SAM JONES TERRY ..................................... Chattanooga RUTH TRIBLES .................................... Staunton, Virginia 52 THE SOPHOMORES First Row: DRUSCILLA TRUITT .................................. Lawrenceburg JOYCE TUBBS ............................................. Memphis EMILY E. TURNER ........................................ Knoxville MARY VIRGINIA TURNER ........................... Miami, Florida GRACE E. TWITTY .................................. Sebring, Florida Second Row: THOMAS L. VALENTINE ................... Oklahoma City, Oklahoma BESSIE VAN HOOK ........................................ Knoxville JANE VOLZ .................................................. Ripley EMMA LOU WALLACE ..................................... Memphis JANET HALL WARTERS ................................... Knoxville Third Row: WILLIAM WATKINS ....................................... Knoxville RICHARD WIESEHUEGEL .................................... Norris J. KNOX WILLIAMS ....................................... Knoxville HARVEY SPROUL Editor, Orange 8x White MARY MARGARET WILLIAMS .............................. Bristol SHIRLEY WILLIAMS ...................................... Knoxville Fourth Row: DOROTHY WILSON ........................................ Memphis JAMES L. WILSON ......................................... Kingston MARY WINSTON ....................................... Johnson City JAN WITT ............................................... Morristown SUE WORKMAN ........................................... Nashville MARGARET LORRAINE WOY ........................... Chattanooga Fifth Row: ANITA WRIGHT ............................................ Trimble PATRICIA WRINKLE ............................. Arlington, Virginia MARIGENE WYATT ......................................... Ridgely MARY LOUISE WYATT .................................. Clarksville DOUGLAS WYLIE .......................................... Knoxville MARION A. YARBROUGH ................................. Covington Graduation,s almost here my love FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Alex Anderson, Vice-Presidpnt: Emily Rmine. Secretary: Buddy Vintker, President; Lance Bravey, Treasurer. First Row: BARBARA ABERCROMBIE ................................ Knoxville L. T. ABRAHAM, JR. ....................................... Memphis CAROLE ANNE ADAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . lertinsvillc, Virginia ERNEST LEE ALLEN ...................................... Nashville SALLY ALLEY ............................................. Memphis BARBARA AMMONS ...................................... Knoxville JOHN AMOS ............................................. Oak Ridge ALEX ANDERSON ........................................ Kingspun Second Row : JAMES H. ANDERSON .................................... Knnxville MARY NELL ANDERSON .................................. Maryville HELEN ARMSTRONG ..................................... Sevierville JOHN BAILEY ARMSTRONG .............................. Knoxville JAMES L. ARNOLD ......................................... Dayton BARBARA BACWELL ...................................... Knoxville ELLIOT BALDWIN ......................................... Nashville BILLY ROSS BALLARD .................................. Springfleld Third Row: EDWARD BARLOW ........................................ Knuxville BILLY SUE BARTON .................................... Spring City JO ANN BAUMAN .............. ' ........................... Knoxville BEVERLY BAYLESS ....................................... Knoxville JOSEPH L. BEACH ........................................... Bristol KATHRYN BEAN ....................................... Surgninsvillc THOMAS CAMPBELL BECK ............................... Knoxville BOBBY JO BEENE ........................................... Fingur Fourth Row: PEGGY BEENE ...................................... South Pittsburg HARRIET BELL ........................................... Knoxville CARTER BELLOWS ....................................... Knoxville EDWARD BIRD ........................................... Whitwell WILMA JEAN BIVENS .................................. Madisonville MARCERY BLACK ........................................ Knoxville ELLEN LOUISE BLACKBURN ............................ Oak Ridge CAROL BLAIR ........................................... Oak Ridge THE FRESHMEN Fifth Row: BETTY BLANKENSHIP ................................... Oak Ridge JANE BLANKENSHIP .................................... Oak Ridge ARLINE BLEIER .......................................... Knoxville ALFRED J. BLICKENSDERFER ............................ Knoxville BARBARA BOLING MUVIS Chapel MARY LOU BONHAM .................................... Oak Ridge STEVE BOSLAND ......................................... Knoxville W. P. BRACY, JR. ................................. Thompson Station Sixth Row: NINA BRASWELL ......................................... Memphis BOB H. BROOKS ........................................... Newport PAULA BROOKS .......................................... Knoxville HUGH WILSON BROOME ..................................... Bristol BOBBY LYNN BROWN .................................... Knoxville CAROLYN BROWN ........................................... Jasper ISAAC W. BROWN .......................................... Gallatin MARION C. BROWN ....................................... Memphis Seventh Row: NANCY BROWNLOW ....................................... Pulaski J. W. BRUMMETT, JR. ..................................... Nashville BETTY ANN BRYANT ..................................... Knoxville ANN BRYSON ............................................ Wmvdbury RONNIE BULLARD ......................................... Newport DOYLE BURDINE ......................................... Kingsport BETTY BURGDORF ................................... Murfreesbnm ROBERT BURKHART ..................................... Knnxvillc Eighth Row: JOHN BURRELL ........................................... Caryville NEAL BUSCH ............................................. Knoxville BOBBY L. BUTLER ........................................ Covington CECIL C. BYERS ............................................ Mentor GROVER CAIN ............................................ Knoxville MARY DON CAMPBELL ..................................... Pulaski WAYNE CAMPBELL ...................................... Kingspnrt BETTY LYNN CANTRELL ................................... Clinton GINGER RAGSDALE President, YWCA First Row : JOSEPH CAPPIELLO ............................... LaCrange, Illinois JAN CARPENTER .......................................... Newport RUTH CARPENTER ....................... Fernandina Beach, Florida JIMMY CARROLL ......................................... Knoxville HELEN CARTER ........................................... Knoxville JEAN CARTER .............................................. Chucky MARY CHANDLER ...................................... Oak Ridge JAMES J. CHANEY ............................................ Halls Second Row : NED E. CLAPP ............................................ Knoxville BARBARA ANN CLEMM ................................ Chattanooga CAROLE CODY ............................................ Sneedville CAROLE J. COFFEE ................................... Shop Springs FRANCES COLEMAN .................................. White,s Creek FRANK CONWAY .......................................... Memphis DOUG CORNWELL ........................................ Knoxville JIM COSSON .............................................. Knoxville Third Row: CLARENCE M. COTTRELL ................................ Knoxville JO ANN COX .................................................. Alcoa CARLETON CRANE ....................................... Kingsport MAURICE CRENSHAW .................................... Knoxvlile C. H. CROCKETT .......................................... Knoxville JEAN CROMER .......................................... Oak Ridge JOHN A. CROSS ........................................... Kingsport FRANK CROSSLIN ........................................ Eagleville Fourth Row: JERRY CROSSNQ ............................................ Norris RUTH CRUMLEY ............................................ Bristol CAROL CULVER ........................................... Knoxville MARIE DAHNE .......................... Mnrgzmtnn. North Carolina DONNA DARLING ......................................... Knoxville FRANK S. DARWIN ..................................... Chattanooga TOMMY DAVIDSON ..................................... Morristown SUE CAROL DAVIS ....................................... Knoxville 56 THE FRESHMEN Fifth Row: DAVID ANDREW DEAN ..................................... Bristol KAY DERRYBERRY ................................ Signal Mountain ELEANOR LEE DIXON ................................. Chattanooga PATTI DIXON ............................................ Knoxville HUGH A. DODDS, JR. ................................... Chattanooga LARRY B. DOOLEY ....................................... Columbia JIM DOTSON ............................................. Knoxville Sixth Row: JUNE DYER .................................................. Alcnu P. F. DYER ........................................ WaShington, D.C. WILLIAM HENRY DYKE .................................. Knoxville CAROL DYSART .......................................... Knuxville HOWARD ANTHONY EATHERLY .......................... Lebanon CAROLE ELY ............................................. Knoxville MARY ELY ............................................... Knoxville CHARLES EMORY ......................................... Knuxville Seventh Row : MARGARET ANN EVERHART .............................. Mohawk ROBERT C. FABIAN ...................................... Knoxville ROSS FANN ............................................. Springfield RICHARD FARMER ....................................... Memphis MARIAN FELKNOR ....................................... Knoxville ALFRED LEA FERGUSON ................................. Kingston JOHN LEONARD FERRELL .................................. Bristol VINCE FISCHER ....................................... Chattanooga Eighth Row : GEORGE FLOWERS ....................................... Cnvington MARY NAN FORD ........................................ Knoxville TYLER FORD ............................................... Gallatin JUDY FORSTER ........................................... Knoxville ERNESTINE FREEMAN .................................... Madison HAROLD CARL FRINCKE .................................. Knoxville LARRY FRITTS ............................................ Kingston RAY GADDIS .............................................. Newport HOW'ARD FIELDS Business Manager, Volunteer First Row : VIVIAN GARLAND ........................................ Memphis JANICE GARRETT ......................................... Knoxville CLYDE GAY ............................................... Nashville GEORGE GETTYS ......................................... Knoxville JERRY GIBBS ........................................... Union City RANDY GIBBS ............................................. Memphis JOAN GILLILAND ......................................... Knoxville DOUGLAS E. GILMER ......................... Buckley, West Virginia Second Row : ARTIE MAY GILMORE .................................... Knnxvillc PHOEBE CLASS ......................................... Dyersburg PHYLLIS GOLDSTEIN .................................. Challammgu GAIL COINS ............................................... larksburu RICHARD COODCAME .................................... Knoxville ELLA JULIA GOODLETT ................................. Oak Rillgc ROBERT A. COODLOE .................................. Clmllammgu JOHN R. COODWIN .............. , ........................ Memphis Third Row : JAMES R. CRAHME ......................................... Luudon RICHARD CRAY ........................................... Memphis BILL GREEN ................................................ Waverly CAROLYN VANCE GREEN ................................ Knoxville JAMES DONALD GREEN .................................. Memphis VIRGINIA GREEN .............Slillwcll. Oklahoma FRANCES GREEN ........................................... Clinton WILLIAM C. GREEK ...................................... Knoxville Fourth Row : CHARLES T. GREGORY ................................ Chananuuga BARBARA GAYLE GUTHRIE ....................... ........... Paris BOBBE HAGUE ........................................... Kingspart HERBERT HALL .......................................... Knoxville MARI FLOYD HAMIL ................................... Friendsville BRUCE HANCOCK ....................................... Oak Ridge BOB HANSARD ........................................... Knoxville ELEANOR HARB .......................................... Knoxville 58 THE FRESHMEN Fifth Row: ARTHUR SIDNEY HARDING .............................. Nashville PHIL HARPER ......................................... Chattanooga CHARLES HARRELI ....................................... Knoxville BETTY HARRINGTON ................................... Oak Ridge BAIRD HARRIS ................................... Mt. Pleasant NELSON HARRISON ..................................... Humboldt BARBARA HART ............................................ Jackson GEORGE WILLIAM HART ................................ Harrimun Sixth Row: JOYCE HARVILLE ....................................... Knoxville LUCY HATMAKER ........................................ Knoxville IRIS HAWORTH .......................................... Knoxville FRANCES HAYNES ....................................... thdluwn LAWRENCE HAYNES ................................... lnlmstm City JAMES H. HENDERSON .................................. Rngersvillc MARILYN MEYER ......................................... Memphis WILLIAM IIICKS .......................................... Knoxville Seventh Row: WALTER E. HINES ........................................ Knoxville FRANCES HODCE ......................................... Knoxville JOHN HAAKON HOFF .................................... Dyersbun.r WILLIAM HOLDEN ..................................... Johnson City RHOID BRANDON HOLLAND .............. Slatesville, Nurth Carolina THOMAS HOLLAND ..................................... Oak Ridge JUDY HOLLINGSWORTH .................................. Crossville MARY NELL HOLMES ..................................... Nashville Eighth Row: MARY ELIZABETH HOOPER .............................. Knoxville CHRIS HOUSE ............................................ Knoxville NANCY L. HOWARD .................................... Madisonville BILL HUNT ................................................. Jackson JANE HURD ............................................. ..Newpnrt SHARON HYDER ....................................... Elizabethton SUSAN INGLE ............................................. Knoxville LEE EVANS JACOBS ............................... Mobile, Alabama LUCY HARDIN President, WSGA First Row: ROBERT JACKSON ....................................... Union City RAY JENKINS ............................................. Knoxville DAN JOHNSON ........................................... Tullahoma JAMES JOHNSON .......................................... Concord NANCY JOHNSON ......................................... Knoxville VIRGINIA JOHNSON ...Rogersville WILLIAM JOHNSON ......................................... Sparta BARBARA JONES .......................................... Donelson Second Row: CHARLES JONES ........................................ Fayetteville NANCY KELLER ........................................... Knoxville SHIRLEY KENNER ........................................ Knoxville MICKEY KIBBLE ....................................... Chattanooga KENTON KIDD ............................................ Knoxville SHIRLEY KING .......................................... Sevierville JOAN KINZALOW ......................................... Knoxville DAVID KIRKSCEY ........................................ Memphis Third Row: JULIE KNIGHT ................... . .............. T uscaloosa, Alabama PATSY KNOX ......................................... Lawrenceburg HAROLD KOENIG ................................ Hamburg, Germany MARVIN LACKEY .......................................... Memphis PATSY LAMBERT ....................... Knoxville HELEN LANDON .......................................... Nashville CYNTHIA ANN LANNES ............................... Chattanooga DON LUNNEY ................................. Fort Smith, Arkansas Fourth Row: DEVERE LAWRENCE ................................... Chattanooga WM. BELL LAWSON ...................................... Knoxville EDWARD FRANKLIN LAY ................................ Cleveland BARBARA LEE ............................................ Knoxville BETTY LEE ............................................... Maryville CHRISTINA LENSGRAF ................................... Knoxville JUDY LILLARD ........................................ Johnson City ROBERT LOGAN .......................................... Knoxville 60 THE FRESHMEN Fifth Row: FRANCIS A. LONG ........................................ Nashville DOROTHEA LONGMIRE ............................ Denver, Colorado LOUISE LOWRY .................................... Macon, Georgia EUGENE EDWARD LYONS ............................... Shelbyville DONALD McCALL ......................................... Knoxville MAC McCARTT ........................................... Knoxville MARY McCOMB ........................................... Knoxville NANCY McCULLOUGH .................... . ................. Knoxville Sixth Row: LLOYD McDANIEL ........................................... Finley BILLY McLEMORE . . . . . . . . . . . : ............................. Memphis MERY L. McMILLIAN - .................................... Knoxville RENEE McREE ............................................... Soddy MILTON MAGEE ......................................... Dyershurg JERRY MAJURE ................................ Meridian, Mississippi MARION MALONE ......................................... Nashville JOE D. MANLEY ......................................... Gatlinburg Seventh Row: CONNIE MARCRAVES ................................... Rogersxille WAYNE MARSH ........................................... Memphis CRAY MATLOCK .......................................... Memphis SARA MATTEWS ........................................... Jackson GENEVA MAYNARD .................................... Wolf Creek FRED MAYSE .............................................. Memphis MACK MILES ........ Columbia MARY MILLER ........................................... Clarksville Eighth Row: MIKE MILLER ............................................. Knoxville SONYA RAE MINKS .......................... 3- 1e Mead, New Jersey STAR MITCHELL .......................................... Nashville JANE MOOK ............................................... Maryville ROBERT S. MOORE ....................................... Knoxville ALLEN MORGAN ......................................... Knoxville A. P. MORRIS .............................................. Knoxville DOTTIE MORRIS .......................................... Knoxville 61 GENE BURTON Publications Council Representative First Row: CHARLES MORTON ....................................... Maryville KING MORTON ........................................... Knoxville ROBERT MOSS ............................................ Knoxville JUDY MURRAY ......................................... Huntington FRED F. MYERS ......................................... Ncwpurt KATHLEEN MYERS ...................................... Oak Ridge MAX D. MYERS .......................................... Creenville WM. ALLEN MYNATT ..................................... Knoxville Second Row: RICHARD NANCE ....................................... Shelbyville EMILY JEAN NAPIER ................................... Chattanooga MARTHA NEBLETT .......................................... Sylvia CAROLYN NEEDHAM ..................................... Knoxville ANNE BLAIR NEILL ...................................... Louisville WILLIAM NEVANS ....................................... Livingston CHARLES NUNLEY ..................................... McMinnville DAVID L. OAKLEY ...................................... Oak Ridge Third Row: SHELBY OUTLAW ........................................ Kingspon FRANK T. OWEN ........................................ Lewisburg ROBERT PACK ............................................. Newport PETE PALMER ............................................ Memphis WM. GLEN PARKS ...................................... Fayetteville ELIZABETH PARSONS .................................... Knoxville CAROLYN RAE PAYNE ................................. Old Hickory ALICE HARDIN PECK ..................................... Columbia Fourth Row: JOHN PETERS ............................................ Knoxville WM. M. PETERS ................................. Arlington, Virginia CHARLIE PETTWAY ...................................... Knoxville JOAN E. PHELPS ....................................... Lenoir City MARY; B. PHERIGO ....................................... Oak Ridge BRUCE EDGAR PHERSON ................................ Knoxville ANNE PHILLIPS ............................................ Selmer BOBBY PICKENS ............................................ Ripley 62 THE FRESHMEW Fifth Row: JOANNE PLUNKETT ...................................... Knoxville ADAM C. POLLOCK .................................... Nashville WALTER E. PORTER ......... ..........................L.Carthage PEGGY ANN POWERS .................................. Sweetwater CAROL ANN PROAPS ..................................... Knoxville DELORES PRUEITT ....................................... Knoxville CONNIE PRUGH .......................................... Knoxville PEGGY PRUITT ......................................... Cornersville Sixth Row: JACK PRYOR ............................................. Knoxville JIMMY PRYOR ............................................ Knoxville JAMES WM. QUILLEN ............................. Lebanon. Virginia EARL RAINWATER ....................................... Knoxville LOIS RANDALL ......................................... Sweetwater PEGGY RAULSTON ........................................... Jasper SUZANNE RAY .............................................. Athens CARL REDMAN ........................................... Knoxville Seventh Row: DOUGLAS REINEKE ................................ Atlanta, Georgia EMILY REMINE ........................................... Knoxville CHARLES REMKE ..................................... Lawrenceburg BARBARA RHYNE .............. ' .......................... Kaoxville GEORGE WALTER RIDENOUR .............................. Clinton SHIRLEY RICGS ............. ,'. ........................... Knoxville GERRY RIMMER ......................................... Knoxville NANCY RINGLE ........................................... Kingston Eighth Row: JOHN ED ROBERTS ....................................... Knoxville GERALD LYNN ROBINSON ................................ Nashville TOMMY RODDY ............. .............................. Knoxville BEN F. ROGERS ......................................... Centerville JOHN G. ROSE ............................................ Knoxville DOUGLAS V. ROSEBERRY ...... ; ....................... Johnson City SANDRA ROSENBLUTH .................................. Greenville HARRY ROSS ........................................... Morristown 63 VIRGINIA CRAFT Chairman, Traditions Board First Row : JAMES ROUSE ............................................ LaFollette JOHN RUBLE ............................................. Knoxville CHRISTINE SAMS ....................................... White Pine EUGENE SANDERS ..................................... McMinnville VIRGINIA SANDERS .................................. Murfreesboro ED SAP? .................................................. Pikeville ALICE SAWYER ........................................... Nashville BILLIE SUE SCANDLYN .................................. Knoxville Second Row: SAMMIE LYNN SCANDLYN ............................... Knoxville JUNE SCHIRO ............................................ Memphis BETTINA SCHWENK ......................... Birmingham. Michigan JERRY SCOTT ............................................ Greenville BUD SELLICK ............................................... Joelton WALTER. REED SELLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....................... Pikeville CHARLES SEXTON ........................................ Knoxville DAVID SEXTON .......................................... Knoxville Third Row: JOAN SHARP . ....... Tullahoma PEGGY ANN SHARP ....................................... Knoxville JAKYE SHELTON ........................................ Bell Buckle SUSAN SHELTON ......................................... Knoxville CAROLYN SHIPLEY ...................................... Knoxville FREDERICK SHOEMAKER .................................... Niota MARY SCHOFFNER ....................................... Knoxville PEGGY SIMPSON ............................................ Jasper Fourth Row: BETTY SMALLEY ......................................... Knoxville ADRIENNE SMATHERS ...................... Canton. North Carolina ANNE SMITH .............................................. Memphis PATSY SMITH ............................................ Cleveland SANDRA SNODDERLY .................................... Knoxville ROBERT L. SORRELL .................................... Covington MAXINE SPANGLER ...................................... Knoxville RUTH ANN SPROUL ...................................... Knoxville THE FRESHMEN Fifth Row: ANNE STALLINGS ......................................... Carthage PEGGY STANIFORTH ........................................ Erwin JANET STANTON ............................................. Alcoa JOHN STEVENSON ........................................ Santa Fe MARILYN STEWART ....................................... Memphis ROBERT STEWART .................................... McMinnviUe EVA GRACE STYLES ....................................... Harriman THOMAS STOCKHOFF .............................. Cincinnati, Ohio Sixth Row: ALBERT STONE .......................................... Tullahoma BETTY STREET .......................................... Shelbyville GUY WM. STRICKLER ................................... Kingsport TROY STUECK ....................................... Miami, Florida JAMES SUTTON .......................................... Maryville BOBBY SWAFFORD ......................................... Dayton BARBARA SWAFFORD ................................. Chattanooga RICHARD SWEENEY .......................... ' ............ Nashville Seventh Row : JAMES TALLEY ......................................... Union Citv LORRAINE TATE ........................................ Oak Ridge NORMA TATE .......................................... Chattanooga NORRIS TAYLOR ........... .2; ............................. Memphis BARBARA TERRY ....................................... Rogersville JOHN R. THOMAS ....................................... Shelbyville MARY E. THOMAS ........................................ Crossville RAYMOND THOMAS ...................................... Kingsport Eighth Row: ALOHA THOMPSON ....................................... Maryville CYNTHIA LYNN THOMPSON .................. Westfneld, New Jersey PAUL THOMPSON ............................................ Milan ANNE THORP ............................................ Knoxville GEORGE THREADGILL ...................................... Milan KAY TODD ............................................... Shelbyville LEE TOOLE ................................................. Mentor ROBERT TRENT ........................................... Knoxville :xwkba g? a mama LAWSON BRA S VELL Chairman, Independent Volunteer Party First Row : BARBARA TROUCHTON ................................ Chattanooga JANE TROUTMAN ......... . LaFollette ELIZABETH WILLIAMSON TUCKER ......................... Linden ELIZABETH ANNA TUCKER ............................ Old Hickory W. H. TUCKER ........................................... Dyersburg RAY UPCHURCH .......................................... Carthage JAMES VALENTINE ....................................... Knoxville Second Row: BILL VAN HOOSER .................................... Lawrenceburg JEAN VESTLE ............................................. Knoxville KERMIT VINSON ........................................... Newport JAMES VINYARD ......................................... Knoxville PATRICA VREELAND ...................................... Nashville GINGER WADE .............................. Garden City, New York BOB WALKER ............................................. Memphis Third Row : ERNIE WALKER .......................................... Knoxville PAT WALKER ............................................. Nashville WILDA WALKER ......................................... Oak Ridge WAYNE WALPOOL ......................................... Nashville BILL WALTERS ........................................... Knoxville MARZEE WARREN ....................................... Shelbyville SANDRA WEISBURG ................................... Murfreesboru Fourth Row: JOY WESSENAUER ..................................... Chattanooga DOUG WHITE ........................................... Boyds Creek Student rally welcomes home newly appointed football coach, Bowden Wyatt. THE FRESHMEN ANNABEL WHITTEN ...................................... Knoxville CLARENCE WILLIAMS .................................. Morristnwn EMORY JO WILLIAMS ..................................... Knoxvilie JOYCE WILLIAMS ........................................... Allard! Fifth Row: MALCOLM WILLIAMS ........................ New Orleans, Louisiana MARGARET ANN WILLIAMS ................................... Bells ELEANOR WILLINGHAM .......................... Signal Mountain PEGGY ANN WILSON ................................... McMinnville FRANKLIN WINTKER ..................................... Memphis WALTER WISE ............................................ Knoxville Sixth Row: RODNEY WOLF ........................................... Knoxville JANE WOLFKIEL .......................................... Knoxville J. C. WOODALL ................................... Trenton, Kentucky KENNETH WOODAKU .................................... Oak Ridge LU ANNE WOOLWINE ....................................... Bristol GEORGIA WORSHAM ..................................... Knoxville Seventh Row : GAIL WRAY .............................................. Knoxville BOB WRIGHT ......... Knoxville EDWARD WRIGHT .......................... JANE WYLIE .............................................. Knoxville CLARA YARBRO .......................................... Dyersburg FRED YOUNG .............................................. Nashville Beauty, beast, and brawn watch as the Vols clash with Florida at Homcoming game. w-WT HONORARIES EDITORS BILL CRAIG and CLAUDIA SMITH VOLUNTEER OF THE Known for his friendly manner, Bob is never too busy for a cordial handshake. Graduating seniors each year Choose a member of the preced- ing class to represent the highest ideal of the University e that person who is outstanding in scholarship, character, attitude, leadership, and especially in service to his school. Called the tholunteer 0f the Year? this person can receive no higher award. He is presented with a silver replica of the Volunteer symbol at the traditional Aloha Oe ceremony in the spring. Bob Robinson, because of his contributions to the University, was chosen as the student who best exhibits those qualities which make him the ideal UT ihVolunteeril-our Volunteer of the year. ghln his palm rests the W inged Victory, Symbol of Success. Aloft he bears the Torch of Enlightenment." Pretty Jean Fuson keeps Bob9s life from being htall work and no play? YEAR . BOB ROBINSON The Queen rides high Lovely WaWa is presented at Florida Homecoming Can eSoooo friendlyw is the way she is described. Yes, Wa Wra, as she is to her many friends and acquaintances, is never too busy or in too much of a hurry for a friendly smile or greeting. As a head cheerleader, a military sponsor, a member of the W.S.G.A. council, a talented tap-dancer, a champion swimmer, and a VOLUNTEER Beauty, Wa Wa has shown her versatility. In her own college of physical education, she has been outstanding. These qualifications are those of Wawanna CameroneMiss Tennessee! 7 innuux :33? gmww $2ng 333, a a 9 $$me ywwwwi y 2 .w awwwewWwe mmwx $W waxwwwwwwwmu ymmmmwma3 First Row, Left to Right: Lul Hardin, Mar- sha Murphy, Janet Fisher, Mimi Kenan, Mary Frerking, Virginia Ragsdale. Second Row: Jim Culp, Harvey Sproul. Peggy Riney, Bob Robin- sun, Jim Prive, tva fer Peoples. Torchbearers Twelve students were selected from the senior claSSeselected because they are far above the average scholastically and have at the same time displayed unfaltering and effective devotion to the best interest of both this institution and the student body. Each of them wears the robe of faith- fulness, initiative, courage, energy, integrity, and modesty, yet, each of these seniors has contributed in a different way in order to make the campus a better place. Maybe the reason they possess the confidence of the faculty and student body is that they have each given to the University something of himself or herself. These twelve students are the TORCH- BEARERS of 1955. We congratulate these, our ttbestf, for we know that they are taking away with them a valuable but indescribable treasure-something they did not gain through books, or from activities. Wherever they go, people will see it; whatever they do, people will benefit from it. Best wishes to the 1955 TORCHBEARERS. ttHe W ho Beareth a T orch Shadoweth H imself to Give Light to Others? I JAMES CULP WALTER PEOPLES JANET KENAN F ISHER JAMES PRICE MARY FRERKING GINGER RAGSDALE LUCY HARDIN PEGGY RINEY MIMI KENAN W. G. ROBINSON MARSHA MURPHY HARVEY SPROUL Torchbearers JAMES CULP A radiant personality and a big smile best personify Torchbearer Jim Culp to his many friends and admirers. Jimis claim to one of the most coveted honors 0n stthe Hilli, rests upon his distinctive service in his fraternity7 as well as on the campus. Jimys major activities include president of the Senior Class, president of STUDENT GOVERNMENT Sigma Chi, vice-president of Omicron Delta Kappa, Scarabbean, treasurer of the Junior Class, and president of the Senior Class. He is a senior in the A N D College Of Engineering from Maryville. F R AT E R N I T Y A C T IV I T I E S Torchbearers SORORITY ACTIVITIES AND SCHOLARSHIP JANET KENAN FISHER The other half of U-Ths htriple threat twinsh9 is petite Janet Kenan Fisher. Pretty Janet has added another quality to the many honors of her fellow Torchbearer. Besides being a former president of Delta Delta Delta, and participating in campus activities, she has caught her man hScarabbean Eddie FisheH . Janet7s major activities and honors include Mortar Board, Pi Lambda Theta, ASC Education representative, and AFROTC sponsor. She is from Chattanooga and is a senior in the College of Education. MAR Y FRERKING All through her four years at the University of Tennessee, Mary Frerking quietly proved her sterling worth. She applied herself diligently to commit- tee work and gained a position on the All-Sing advisory board in her junior year. Her scholastic ability was first recognized when she became a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, and was later elected vice-president. Early in her junior year, she was again honored in her College of Education by having the ribbons of Pi Lambda Theta pinned on her. In the spring, Mary was tapped into Mortar Board. Recognizing her abilities, Mary7s Phi Mu sorority sisters elected her to serve as their vice-president. Because Mary reached her highest standards, she is entitled to be called a Torchbearer. Torchbearers SCHOLARSHIP AND CAMPUS ACTIVITIES STUDENT GOVERNMENT AND CAMPUS ACTIVITIES Torchbearers L UCY HARDIN Someone once said that if Lucy Hardin simply enumerated the names of the various activities in which she participated without even an explanation of her position in each, she could easily fill an entire notebook! Her outstanding accomplishments include President Of W.S.G.A., A.S.C. secretary, Mortar Board, Editor of The Hill, President of the Newman Club, and Whohs Who. She could always be depended upon to contribute equally as well to her long list of minor activities. 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CAMPUS ACTIVITIES AND RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES Torchbearers Torchbearers PEGGY RINEY Versatility with a capital V, thafs vivacious Peggy Riney! Pretty Peg has been president of her sorority, Alpha Delta Pi, the Education Club, and Pi Lambda Theta. Other honors and activities include Mortar Board, Who,s Who, and a former co-chairman of Homecoming. SORORITY ACTIVITIES A N D I Even with all these activities, Peggy has remained her friendly, con- C A M P U S A C T I V I T I E S sciencious self. Peggy Riney is a Torchbearer in every sense of the word! Torchbearers W. G. ROBINSON The honor of becoming Torchbearer was the climax to a long series of honors for friendly, popular Bob Robinson. Already hVolunteer of 1954-55? big Bob has participated in nearly all major campus activities. Even with duties as All Students Club president, Scarabbean, and member of Omicron Delta Kappa, keeping him busy, Bob has found time to be an outstanding fraternity man at Lambda Chi Alpha. STUDENT GOVERNMENT Bob received recognition throughout the South when elected vice-presi- dent of Southern Universities Student Government Association. He is a senior A N D in the College of Business Administration from Nashville. H O N O R A R I E S PUBLICATIONS AND RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES Torchbearers HAR VEY SPROUL Harvey Sproul, one of the more versatile of this year7s Torchbearers, has affected nearly every phase of U-T,s campus life by his leadership in various activities. Harvey, a senior in the College of Law from Knoxville, has served diligent- ly as president of YMCA, editor of the Orange and White, president of Pep Club, and an active member of many other activities. Also a member of Scarabhean and Omicron Delta Kappa, Harvey should be especially praised for his outstanding work in improving the O 81 W. His work to make the publication a gtruly student newspapert, will long be remembered. Alma Mater On a hallowed hill in Tennessee, Like a beacon shining bright. The stately walls of old U.T. Rise glorious t0 the sight. REFRAIN: So here,s to you old Tennessee, Our Alma Mater true. We pledge in love and harmony Our loyalty to you! What torches kindled at that flame HaVe passed from hand to hand! What hearts cemented in that name Bind land to stranger land! REFRAIN: 0, ever as we strive to rise 0n Lifehs unresting stream. Dear Alma Mater, may our eyes Be lifted to that gleam! 87 First Row: Bright, Culp, Greene, Haynes, Miller, Moneyhun, David Peoples. Second Row: Peoples, Price, Robimmn, Sheltun, Sproul, Switzer, tVyatt. Not Pictured: Elston, Morgan, Roborlsun. Faculty Advisers: Dunford, Hansanl. OMICRON DELTA KAPPA OFFICERS DON MONEYHUN ............................... President HARVEY SPROUL .......................... Vice-President WALT PEOPLES ................................ Secretary DEAN R. E. DUNFORD ..................... Faculty Advisor DR. SAM L. HANSARD ...................... Faculty Advisor DR. SAM L. HANSARD .................. Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Fred Bright J ames Culp Jim Elson Paul Greene Will Haynes Henry Miller John Morgan David Peoples Jim Price Jim Robertson Bob Robinson Larry Shelton Eugene Switzer Don Wyatt The men of Omicron Delta Kappa have been chosen to this society because they have reached the top of the ladder in their respective fields in publication, social activities, fine arts, scholarship, or athletics. This society is not only a symbol of achievement on the campus, but it serves to work as a service organization for the University. Several projects during each school year are undertaken by Omicron Delta Kappa in the interest of bettering the stand- ards of some phase of the University. MORTAR OFFICERS ANN BRYAN. . ... ......... . ....... ...... ....... President MIMI KENAN .. . .. . . .. ........... .... ... Vice-President JAN THOMAS ..................... . .. ........ .Secretary CAMILLE SCHIFFMAN . . . . . . . . .. ....... . ........ Treasurer VIRGINIA RAcsnALH . . ........ . . ........ . .......... Editor MEMBERS Ann Bryan Virginia Ragsdale Peggy Riney Camille SchiEman Juanita Dowdy Janet Kenan Fisher Mary Frerking Joyce Sparkman Lucy Hardin Mary Jo Stultz Meta Kenan Jan Thomas Mortar Board is the highest senior women,s honorary on campus. It recognizes the outstanding women on cam- pus who possess the qualities of leadership and scholar- ship and who have made outstanding contributions to the University through service. First Row: Bryan, Kenan, Thomas, Ragsdale, Dowdy, Fisher. Second R0 BOARD The Tennessee chapter of Mortar Board, nationally known as Pi Sigma Alpha, originated from Cap and Gown, a local senior women,s honorary, Cap and Gown became affiliated with national Mortar Board in 1936. U-T,s chapter sponsoreii the entrance to this campus of the freshman honorary for women, Alpha Lambda Delta. Mortar Board recognizes the outstanding women from each class at the annual Aloha 0e ceremony. It partici- pates in numerous campus service projects. Its chief pride, however, is recognition of the rising senior women who it considers to be the outstanding lead- ers on campus, This is done through a tapping ceremony each spring at Honors Day, which Mortar Board sponsors in conjunction with Omicron Delta Kappa, senior menis honorary. - Hardin, Riney, Schiffman, Sparkman, Stultz. Not Pictured: Frerking. FRED BRIGHT JR. JAMES H. CULP ALBERT LUCIEN DALE RALPH E. DUNFORD EDWARD M. FISHER RALPH W. FROST HUGH P. GARNER JOSEPH P. GODDARD JOE HARB WILL G. HAYNES L. R. HESLER ROBERT S. HUTCHISON HARRY JONES HENRY T. V. MILLER 90 WILLIAM D. MONEYHUN JOHN A. ODOM JR. WALTER E. PEOPLES HERMAN L. REVIERE WORRICK G. ROBINSON NOBERT J. SLOVIS JOHN M. SMARTT HARVEY SPROUL EUGENE H. SWITZER JAMES C. WALLS ROBERT L. WARD HAROLD C. WARNER BOWDEN WYATT DON WYATT OFFICERS DR. ALWIN THALER ..................................... President MRS. ANGELYN JENKINS SMITH ..................... Vice-President DR. HERBERT L. LEE .........................4..4........Secretary PROFESSOR T. B. HARRISON ............................ Treasurer PROFESSOR LYLA M. RICE .................. Corresponding Secretary The University of Tennessee Chapter of Phi Kappa Phi was founded in 1899 and is one of the three original chapters of the society. Phi Kappa Phi has as its objective the recogni- tion and encouragement of superior scholarship in all fields of study. Members are elected from the senior class and the graduate school on the basis of scholarship and character. The activities of the local chapter were planned to further the objectives of the society. In January, the Tennessee chap- ter sponsored a public lecture by Carl Sandburg. New mem- bers were initiated during the fall and spring quarters. The society also invited distinguished faculty members to present papers at the initiation meetings and at the University Honors Convocation. Dr. John L. Livesay spoke on llA Fulbright Fellow at Perugiall at the initiation of November 23, 1954. PHI Edgar Arnold, Jr. Jenny Babcock Joel E. Bailey John Baugh Brodie Baynes Carolyn Bennett Kenneth Bockmun C. E. Brehm Maggie Brewer George Bright Ann Bryan Ruth Buckley Mattie Campen Mary Charlton Robert Clark William Cole William Collins Dorothy Colvin James Cook James Cooley Catherine Cnvingttm Kenneth Curry Nancy Davis Ann Davy Ella Day E. 0. Dille N. W. Daugherty Francis Dowdy Florence Essary Jeannette Evans John Fischer Janet Fisher N. E. Fitzgerald Martha Frerking Harold Carber William E. Gable Joseph Goddard 0. E. Goff LeRoy Graf KAPPA 91 MEMBERS Orin Craft A. T. Granger J. M. Criftith Donald Harris Jessie Harris Thomas Harrisnn Carolyn Harvey L. R. Hesler Sara Hixsun Charles Hobbs John Hodges Wesley Honan Donald Jensen Ruse Jermain Troy Jones Meta Kenan Druzilla Kent K. L. Knickerbocker Herbert Lee Alice Ligon Erven Lung Audrey Loy F. C. Lowry Hnward Lumsden Florence L. MacLeml Franklin Mansfield Evelyn Mason J. H. McLeod Ralph McWilliums Bernadine Meyer Harvey Meyer Rector Moneymaker John Mmtern Robert Newton Bradley Nicholson Ralph Nnrman, Jr. Roscoe Parker William Parks Virginia Patrick P Richard Puwcl Ne D. Peacock Thelma Peacock Webster Pendergrass lvn Pngnnnwski Elizabeth Powell Ann Rector Lyla Rice Luther Ricketts Mary Riney David Rupley Norma Ann Sawyer Floyd Schultz James Scott Aaron Sharp Joyce Sharp Raymond Shnbe Lawrence N. Skold Angelyn Smith Ruth Stephens Walter Stiefel Barbara Stow Mary Stultz Homer Swingle Katherine Taylor Alwin Thaler Jan Holland Thomas R. T. Thomasnn Roger B. Thompson Jean Trubey H. B. Waterman E. A. Waters Jack K. Westbrnuk William Wicker C. E. Wiley John Wilford, Jr. Clyde Wilson Eric Winters Arthur Wood H First Row: Bryan. Cameron, Culp, Dowdy, Fisher, Fisher, Greene, Hardin. Second Row: Haynes, Kenan, McAfee, McMahan, Murphy, Peoples, Price, Bngsdale. Third Row: Rigging, Riney, Robinson, Rupley, Shelton, Sparkman, Sproul, Thomas. WHOtS WHO Each year approximately thirty 0f the most out- standing seniors 0n the University campus are se- lected by the Student-Faculty Organizations Board for membership in ths Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. They are chosen on the basis of activities, scholarship, capa- bilities, and service. Membership in ths Who is one of the highest honors that may come to a uni- versity student. 92 MEMBERS ANN BRYAN WAWANNA CAMERON J AMES H. CULP JUANITA DOWDY EDDIE FISHER JANET JENAN FISHER MARY FRERKING PAUL GREENE LUCY HARDIN WILL HAYNES MIMI KENAN BETTY Jo MCAFEE JAN THOMAS Nut Pictured: Frerking. NANCY MCMAHAN MARSHA MURPHY WALTER PEOPLES JAMES F; PRICE GINGER RAGSDALE ELEANOR RICGINS PEGGY RINEY BOB ROBINSON DAVID RUPLEY LARRY SHELTON JOYCE SPARKMAN HARVEY SPROUL PI LAMBDA THETA OFFICERS PECCYRINEY................ ........... ......President MRS. NANCY THOMAS. . . . . .. . ............. .Vice-President MINNIE MERLE CARMICHAEL ..... . .......... . . . . .Secretary ANN RECTOR .......... . . . . . . . .. ............ Treasurer ILENE BROWN ...........................Faculty Adviser Pi Lambda Theta is a national honorary for women in. Education, dedicated to the concept of education as a pro- fession. Among its purposes are these: To further the cause of democratic education. To encourage intercultural understandings. To encourage graduate work and to stimulate research in accordance with these purposes. To foster professional spirit and to seek and maintain the highest standards of scholarship and profes- sional preparation. Bottom Row, left to right: Mimi Kenan, Ann Rector. Peggy Riney. Center: Janet Kemm Fisher. Top Row, left to right: Jenny Babcock, Maggie Nell Brewer, Ann Bryan. PI OMEGA PI OFFICERS CLARA CHANDLER ....... .. ....... . ......... .. .President JAMES JACKSON . . . . . . . .. ........ .. ........ Vice-President CLARA FITCH . . . . . .. .. . . . . ............ Secretary-Historian MARLENE LITTLE . . . . . .. . ....... . ....... .. .. .. .Treasurer Pi Omega Pi is a fraternity organized for outstanding students in the college of business administration. Its pur- pose is to foster and promote high scholarship, worthy ideals, high ethical standards in business and professional life as well as at the University of Tennessee. First RHW. Lelt to Right: Patricia Bailey, Marlene Littln. James Howard Jackson, Clam Fitch, Clam Chandler. Second Row: vvilliam Bonner, Jean Brothers, George W'azoner, advisor, Clara Sue Mnnrn. Mary Garbarino. Not Pictured: Ann Bryan. 93 First Row: fishury, Brann, Breshnuluyl, Carter, Chiltnn, Cnmsley, Davis. Duuly. Second Row: Dowdy, Haynes, Hullstein, House, lngle, Kolmlkin. Loy, Powell. Third Ruw: Sanders. hvrogzz'le, Sltzmun, Steelman, Tapp,Thompson, Turner, "'ilson. Not Pictured: Alexander, Bennett, Campbell, Carver, Cooper, Frerking, McClure; Potent, Rnhewn. ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA Billie Joy Alexander Doris Asbury Wanda Bennett Nancy Brann Ann Breshahan Theresa Campbell Janet Carter Carolyn Carver Virginia Chilton Joyce Ann Cooper Nancy Crossley Sandra Davis Sally Dooly Jaunita Dowdy Mary Frerking Jo Haynes Dot Wilson Zona Hollstein Virginia House Shirley Ingle Barbara Kolodkin Audrey Loy Mary L. McClure Betty Poteat Elizabeth Powell Ann Robeson Ruth Sanders Lucy Scroggie Linda Sitzman Anella Steelman Marion Jo Tapp Betty Thompson Emily Turner 94 OFFICERS Alpha Lambda Delta is a national honorary fraternity $ii?fi23c$g ................................................. Vic'elgiiiijiif for,freShnlen women Who .maintain a 3'5 average.d"ring J0 HAYNES ................................... Secretary the" firSt three quarters 1n college. The fraternlty was ANELLA STEELMAN . . .. . .. . . . . .. ... . . .. . . .. ... .Treasurer founded at the University of Illinois in 1924. At the present DR.LOWE.......................... ........Advisor . . . . tlme there are seventy-two actlve chapters 1n the Unlted MEMBERS States, including twenty-four thousand, four hundred and forty-eight members. The University of Tennessee chapter has nineteen active members and fourteen collegiate alumnae. Alpha Lambda Delta sets forth two purposes: To promote intelligent living with an increased appreciation for both the love of study and the cultural phases of campus life; and to encourage superior scholarship among freshmen women. The University of Tennessee Chapter projects include a tea for freshmen women who make a 3.0 average during the winter quarter, a social event honoring Mortar Board, and a study habits inventory given for freshmen women. OFFICERS KEITH BARLOW ................................ President POWELL LINDSAY .......................... Vice-President THANE SMITH ................................. Secretary DICK SCHNABEL ............................... Treasurer SAM CLINTON .................................Historian R. V. Norman Jim Massengill Larry Shelton Phil Farrow Hugh Kodold Carl Gibson Bill Field Austin Hanvy Fred Bright Kenneth Burns Jim Culp Eugene Cox Allen Bush George Woodbury Jim Lawell Basil Edwards Robert Ford Jerry Rogers Jim Benton Bill Gross Raymond Stone Tom McKenzie Ed Compton Bob Ryan Lynwood Lay Powell Lindsay Steve Irvine Joe Olin PHI FIRST Row, left to right: Gerald Fisher Eugene McGowan Bill McKoy Bob Reeverts Raymond Bell Jim Marine Carson Fraser ETA Barlow, Bell, Bright, Bush, Clinton, Cox, Culp, Farrow. SELOND Row: Ford, Fraser, Gross, Lindsay, McKoy, Phi Eta Sigma 1s a national honorary scholastic fra- ternity for freshmen men. It was founded at the University of Illinois on March 22, 1923. Since its beginning it has grown to eighty-one active chapters with 43,000 members. The fraternity has been active on the campus of the Uni- versity of Tennessee since 1930. The purpose of Phi Eta Sigma are to instill interest in high scholarly attainment and character, and to recog- nize those who have achieved a commendable scholastic record early in their college life. To be eligible for membership in Phi Eta Sigma, one must be a freshman who has shown evidence of high ideals and character and has maintained a 3.5 average for his first quarter at the University of Tennessee, or a 3.5 aver- age for his entire freshman year. Having been initiated, the member continues affiliation with the fraternity until his graduation. SIGMA McGowan, Olin. THIRD Row: Reeverts, Rogers, Ryan, Schnabel, Shelton, Smilh, Wondhury. NOT PICTURED: Benton, Burns, Compton, Edwards, Field, Fisher, Gibson, Hanvy, Irvine, Kodold, Lay, Lawcll, McKenzie, Marine, Massengill, Norman, Stone. First Raw. Left to Right: Hendrix, Casey, Paulus, Searcy, Emmett. Second Row: Hopper. Mottern, Morgan, Morris. Third Row: Bright, Olin, Calvin, Mo,- Clanahan. Fourth Row: Rnpley, Reedy, Godsey. Tau Beta Pi was founded at Lehigh University in 1885 by Dr. E. H. Williams to offer to deserving students in the field of engineering an honor com- parable to that offered by Phi Beta Kappa in the field of liberal arts. Since that time Tau Beta Pi has grown into an organization of 96 active chapters with over 80,000 members and is recognized as the leading engineering honor society. Tennessee Alpha Chapter has been outstanding since its installation in 1929. The purpose of the society, as stated in the Con- stitution, is iito mark in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor on their Alma Mater by dis- tinguished scholarship and exemplary character as 96 BETA PI undergraduates in engineering, or by their attain- ments as alumni in the field of engineering, and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in the engineering colleges of America? The national headquarters of Tau Beta Pi are located in Perkins Hall on the University of Ten- nessee campus as a result of the outstanding serv- ices rendered Tau Beta Pi by the now retired Uni- versity of Tennessee professor, R. C. Matthews. Professor Matthews, who is now Secretary-Emeritus 0f the organization, served over forty years as Na- tional Secretary-Treasurer and was invaluable in making Tau Beta Pi what it is today. Edwin L. Allen Nealie T. Anderson Bobby E. Bodenheimer George R. Bright Robert F. Bunn Edward B. Bynum, Jr. John B. Casey Gary C. Caylor John W. Colvin James W. Cook DAVID C. RUPLEY ................... JOE PAUL REEDY ................... OFFICERS ........... President ....... Vice-President GEORGE R. BRIGHT ................... Recording Secretary DONALD E. HENDRIX .............. Corresponding Secretary JOE H. OLlN ........... JAMES H. CULP ......... BILL L. CODSEY ......... PROF. R. B. LAFORGE . . .. MEMBERS Edwin D. Councill J ames H. Culp Urban G. Emge, Jr. Richard A. Emmert William L. Godsey Paul V. Guthrie Donald E. Hendrix Eugene N. Hopper, Jr. J ohn W. Layne James A. Martin, Jr. James R. McClanahan Eugene H. McGowan Thomas A. McKenzie Paul K. Miller Dean T. Morgan Ronald D. Morris Gene H. Mottern John W. Mottern Joseph H. Olin Nolen R. Ottinger, J r. Doyal F. Wilson, Jr. 97 First Row: Hensley, Bunn, Guthrie, Gaylor, Bronks, Anderson, Second Row: Martin, Councill. Swetnam, McKenzie, Sullivan, Miller, Ottinger. Third Row: Vl'ilson, Sexton, Layne, McGowan, Simpson, Bodenheimer, Bynum. ...................... Cataloger ........ Ace Board Representative ........ Ace Board Representative ...................... Treasurer James E. Paulus Joe P. Reedy David C. Rupley Charles E. Searcy Phillip G. Sexton Ted L. Simpson Bill H. Sneed Gerald M. Sullivan Norman T. Swetnam Robert B. Williamson First Row. Left to Right: Camille Schiffman, Presi- dent; Elizabeth Powell, Vice-President; Martha Roach, Secretary; Juanita Dowdy, Treasurer. Second Row: Joyce Sparkman, Barbara Stow, Catherine Unvington, Dorothy Cockerham, Ann Robeson, Marion Jo Tnpp. First Row: Swanson Bennett, Richard Schnabel, tVavlter Peoples, Earnest W'altkins, Jim Kirby, Don Jenson. Second Row: Bub Price, John Gilliland, Fowler Maxwell, David Culver, Norman Blakely, Gerald Slow, Don tt'illiams. Third Row: Dr. Spitze, Boyd Ramsey, Mike Kennedy, Dr. Smith. Edwin Lamberth, Jack Lee, Hgll'TI-Iaynes, Bob Purvis, Dr. :0 . OMICRON NU CAMILLE SCHIFFMAN .................................... President OFFICERS ELIZABETH POWELL .. ........................ Vice-Presiden! MARTHA ROACH ................................... Secretary JUANITA DOWDY ......................................... Treasurer MISS LEON LIST ............................................ Advisor MISS LYLA RICE ............................................ Advisar Omicron Nu is a national junior and senior honorary or- ganization for students in home economics. Its purpose is threefold: to organize superior scholarship and to promote both leadership and research. Requirements for membership are a 3.0 overall average and participation in at least two activities; graduate students must also be engaged in active research in some aspect of home economics. The University of Tennessee chapter of Omicron Nu under- takes to be of service in several ways. It sponsors a tea in the fall for freshman and sophomores who were on the Deanis List the preceding year to interest them in the organization and to promote higher standards of leadership and scholar- ship. Omicron Nu also is responsible for the milk vending machine in the home economics building and uses the pro- ceeds this gains for a $100.00 award presented each spring to the outstanding sophomore woman in the college. The re. cipient of this award is chosen by the same criteria used for choosing members of Omicron Nu. Omicron Nu was founded at Michigan State College in 1912. Alpha Epsilon Chapter at the University of Tennessee was organized in 1935. ALPHA ZETA OFFICERS JIM PRICE ................................................ President WALTER PEOPLES .................................... Vice-President ERNEST WATKINS ........................................ Secretary JAMES KIRBY ............................................. Treasurer DICK SCHNABEL .......................................... Reporter DON JENSON ................................................. Usher Alpha Zeta was founded to recognize honor in the Col- lege of Agriculture. Membership is by invitation only to those in the top forty per cent of the third quarter of the sophomore year. The fraternity was formed as a means of further development of leadership and character. Alpha Zeta is noted for its unique initiations, which are performed in the spring of each year. Cover-all clad boys with their humorous antics cause the fraternity to become well known around the campus. OFFICERS ELMER C. KAYLOR ............................. President JOHN P. HARTIN .......................... Vice-President JAMES E. PAULUS .. . .. .. .. . .. . .. .Corresponding Secretary JAMES L. FRENCH .................... Recording Secretary EDWIN L. ALLEN .............................. Treasurer STUDENT MEMBERS Edwin L. Allen John L. Neely, III John Wm. Colvin Bill F. Nunley James W. Cook Nolen R. Ottinger Will K. Dickerson James L. French Hubert R. Gangl, Jr. James E. Paulus James C. Shacklett Jack W. Simpson John P. Hartin Eugene W. Hopper, Jr. Elmer C. Kaylor John W. Layne Mancil W. Milligan Phillip G. Sexton Lennis H. Thomas Richard J. Ulrich Thomas J. Vaughn HONORARY MEMBERS Joel F. Bailey Robert L. Maxwell H. Ben Batchelor P. F. PasquaeFaculty W. R. Chambers Advisor Nathan W. Daugherty William K. Stair Arthur P. Fraas J. M. Tucker P I TAU Pi Tau Sigma, national honorary mechanical engineer- ing fraternity, was founded on March 16, 1915, at the University of Illinois. Since that date, it has grown to fifty-three chapters at leading engineering schools across the country. The Tennessee Tau Eta chapter was installed on April 24, 1950. Pi Tau Sigma was founded to foster the high ideals of the engineering profession, to stimulate interest in co- ordinate departmental activities, to promote the mutual professional welfare of its members, and to develop in students of mechanical engineering the attributes neces- sary for effective leadership and the assumption of the re- sponsibilities of a citizen in a democracy. Selection of membership is made from the upper one- fourth of junior class and upper one-third of senior class. Other than scholarship grants, members are Chosen by their qualities of leadership, personality, trustworthiness, industry, dependability, and probable future success in mechanical engineering. SIGMA First Row, left to Right: Hubert R. Gangl, Jack W. Simpson, Lennis Thomas, Elmer C. Kuylnr, James C. Shm-klett. Second Row: H'ill K. Dickerson, John L. Neely III, Mant'il W. Milligan, John P. Hartin, Ell. L. Allen. PI DELTA PHI SIGMA DELTA PI BETA GAMMA OFFICERS EVANS M. RAMSEY, JR ............................................................ President NANCY SUE DAVIS ........................................................... Vice-President ROBERT M. STRAHL ..................................................... Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS D. S. Chambers J. W. Hobby K. W. Sharp Harvey Cummings J. F. Holly Angelyn Smith Miss Elise Davis H. G. Meyer Charles C. Thigpen Nancy Davis Richard Neel Jan H. Thomas E. 0. Dille E. M. Ramsey, Jr. J. F. Trosper E. E. Garrison W. H. Read V. H. Vincent Dean J. P. Goddard C. R. Scott G. A. Wagoner Donald C. Harris Joyce Sharp Dean F. B. Ward D. C. Hodge John N. Wilford, Jr. Beta Gamma Sigma is the national honor society in the field of business studies. It is recognized by the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business. Purposes of the society are to encourage and reward scholarship and accomplishment among the students of commerce and business administration, to promote the advancement of education in the art and science of business, and to foster integrity in the conduct of business operation. 100 SIGMA First Row, Left to Right: Joyce Sharpe, Jan Thomas, Evans Ramsey, Jr., Nancy Davis. Second Row: E. E. Garrison, R. M. Strahl, Richard Neel, K. W. Sharp, J. W. Hobby, Harvey Cummings. Donald Harris, Dean F. B. Ward, John V'Vilford, e Jr. OFFICERS CLAIRE de BARROS .................. President NICOLE THILTGES ............... Vice President NANCY CROSSLEY .................... Secretary CAROLYN CROUCH ................... Treasurer First Row, Left to Right: Claire deBarrus, Caro- lvn Crouch. Virginia House: Nicole Thiltges, Nancy Crowley, Susan Bu'wman. Second Row: Margaret Voorllees, Sandra Davis, Betty Moody. Third Row: Harold Boyer, Dr. Leo Loubere, Dr. Dr. Leo Luubere Mrs. Carlota Fowler Mr. Richard McCleury Dr. Alvin Nielsen Dr. James 0. Swain Jeanne Vestal Sandre Davis Betty Moody Billy Joy Alexander Powell Lindsay HONORARY MEMBERS Mrs. James 0. Swain Dr. Walter Stiefel Mr. Robert Avrett Mr. William Archer Mr, Kenneth D. Wright MEMBERS Susan Bowman Nancy Crossley Carolyn Crouch Claire de Barros Virginia House Dr. Percy Adams Mrs. Howard Emerson Dr. John Lievsay Mr. Harold Boyer Dr. James Patty Nicole Thiltges Margaret Voorhees Jack Wilson Shirley Armstrong Pi Delta Phi is the national honorary French Society. Its aim is the recognition of out- standing wnrk in the study of the French language, literature, and civilization. Its members are chosen frnm university students who not only attain satisfactory scholastic standing, but who are genuinely interested in the conscious development of a knowledge and apprecia- tion of French culture in the United States. James Patty. Jerk W'ilson. Mr. Archer, Dr. W'alter Stiefel. OFFICERS BILLY WEAVER ...................... President DOT ARGO ....................... VI'ce-President CAROL CRESS ........................ Secretary CAROLYN CARVER ..... . ............. Treasurer First Row, Left to Right: Carlota Fowler, Carol Cress, Billy Weaver, Mrs. Rose Jermain, Carolyn Milburn. Second Row: Bill Fields, Dr. W'. E. Stiefel, Dr. James O. Swain, Dr. Gerald W'ade, William Archer. Sigma Delta Pi, the Spanish honorary fraternity, has this year, as in years past, observed the practice of holding joint meetings with the Span- ish Club. 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ANGELS' CHORUS? x ABSOLUTELY SHOCKRNG TARZAN AND FRIENDS SIREN OF THE SANDS THE MELROSE MOB LEO GETS A BATH WANTA PLAY BALL? A MIXED SLUMBER PARTY Min?! ? TAKE CARE OF MY LITTLE BOY m QRANDMA' WHAT LOVER, WHEN YOU'RE NEAR ME MWWKEV WWW XV mum xmwgyk ' COCKTAILS FOR EIGHT, . I - .- ' ' - , , M MEN OF bssrmcnom v ACTIVITIES EDITOR GENEVA Jo BLAZEK J0 E HA RB HotYARD FIELDS Editor Business Manager This 58th edition of the VOLUNTEER really be- longs to you--the student body. In it we have tried to present UT as we know and love it in its varied phases of life. We of the stall hope and think you will like this yearls edition; we hope so becauSe after dropping our averages and losing a lot of time we could have spent at the student center, we want you to enjoy EDITORIAL STAFF JOE HARB ....................................... Editor CLAUDIA SMITH ......................... Assistant Editor TOMMYSENTELL .. .. .....AssistantEditor GENEVA J0 BLAZEK ............................ Activities BETTY MOODY ................................. Beauties DORIS ASBURY ...................................... Art BILL NEWMAN ...................................... Art NANCYHALL...................................Military HAROLD MOORE ........................ Greek Fraternities DOROTHY Jo HOOPER .................... Creek Sororities BILL CRAIG .................................. Honoraries BILL WILLIAMS ................................ Athletics ELEANOR HARB ............................ Organizations VIRGINIA SUE PATRICK ..................... Organizations JOE MONCER ............................... Photography HELEN CARTER .......................... Officer Manager EDITORIAL STAFF Left to Right: Maria Dalme. Eleanor Barb. Margaret Padgett. Doris Asbury, Bill Craig, Chrthine Sums, Harold Moore, Alice Gabriele, Maxim- Seyfried, THE 1955 VOLUNTEER the book; we think so because we have tried to make this yearls annual a little different. To all the editorial and financial wizards a well earned ajob well donel, . . . and our especial thanks s to Bill Benson, Jr., and those at the Benson Printing Company without whom we could never have put out the book. BUSINESS STAFF HOWARD FIELDS ........................ Business Manager NORTIE PATTESON ............. Assistant Business Manager NANCY TAYLOR .......................... ogice Manager BILLIE DAVIS .................... Assistant Ogice Manager JOAN ROBERTSON ......................... Sales Manager DRUSCILLA TRUITT . . .. . .. .. .. .. . . .Assistant Sales Manager KNOX WILLIAMS .... ..... .. .. .. .....Advertising Manager HAROLD FRI'NCKE ........... Assistant Advertising Manager RUTH MARION .............. Assistant Collections Manager CLARA SLACK ....................... Collections Manager BARBARA NEFF ................... Organizations Manager FRANK BLACKETT ......... Assistant Organizations Manager BUSINESS STAFF Left to Right: Joan Robertson, Nancy Taylor, Frank Blackett, Clara Slack, Ruth Marion, Knox W'illiauma, Phyllis Goldstein, Howard Fields, Carol Ann Proaps. TE II'UN Friendhness is+hc best Poh'cy! I Know ifwws here somewhere j THE ORANGE AND WHITE HARVEY SPRUI'L VVA'I'KINS FHVELL Editor Business Manager EDITORIAL STAFF Founded in 1904 as the offlcial U.T. campus HARVEY SPRouL .......................... Editor-in-Chief newspaper, the Orange and White, an eight or ten JAN THOMAS """""""""""""" senigdgii?gggfnfgz; page tabloid, completes its fiftieth year of service SHIELDS REMINE ............. .. . .Junior Managing Editor to the university this year. FRANK Gama .. . .. .. . .. ..Senior News Editor Published each Thursday of the school year, the PHIL BURT ........................... Junior News Editor Odd and Weird, as it is affectionately called on its .1 MARVIN WEST .. ...................... .. .. .Sports Editor golden anniversary, attempts to present the news PATTI BATCHELOR ......................... Society Editor of the Campus in the most thorough, intensive, and JIM LUNDY .......................... Promotion Manager impartial way, as well as to voice and perhaps help BUSINESS STAFF . . . . formulate student oplnlon through edltorlals. WATKINS EWELL .............. .....Business Manager ' . . BeSIdes ltS entlrely student staff, the Orange and JIM EIKNER ........................ Advertising Manager White is aided by informed faculty advice and sug- Jo HAYNES .............................. Office Manager DRUSCILLA TRUITT .. .. . .. . Assistant Business Manager gestions from the Publications Council and the U'T' MACK VANN .... ... ... . .. . .. ... . .. . .Circulation Manager Journalism DBpal'tment. EDITORIAL STAFF Left to Right: ram Batchetor, Phil Burt, Shields Remine. Lloyd BUMRMS STAFF Jefl'ern. Seated: Jun Thomas Left to Right: Bub Lngan, VYatkins Ewell and Vernon MPKimley. The Tennessee Engineer is the oHicial undergraduate publication of the College of Engineering. It keeps the students on the campus and the alumni in industry informed on engineering activities and accomplishments at school and throughout the state. Articles published range from ttEarthquake Resistant Skyscraper? t0 HACE Day Queen" to ttThe Kingston Steam Plant?7 Written and edited by students, the Tennessee Engineer is published four times a year. Work on the staff gives engineering students a chance to broaden their hori- zons and to make contact with engineers and executives in industry. Professor Edward S. Fabian is chairman of the faculty advisory board. STAFF BILL CROMER ................................................... Editar-in-Chiej MYRON PECK ................................................. Business Manager PATRICIA WINTKER ............................................. Assistant Editor CHATHAM Ross ...................................... Assistant Business Manager TOM SCHUETZ .................................................. Features Editor CHARLES SNEPP ................................................... News Editor BILL CROME" PHIL RITTENHOUSE Humor Editor 64 Editor, and Pat HVintkt-r, '55 Editor MYRON PEEK J. L. PRICE ................................................LchulatLonManage; Busmess manager BOB BALLARD ................................................... Sales Manager DON LISSNER ................................................... MukP-up Editor First Row, left to right: J. L. Price, Charles Vanden Bulk, Charles Snepp, Bill Cmmer, Myron Peek, Tom Schlletz, Chat- E ham Ross. Secuntl Row, left to right: Sam Noe, Bill Eastenluy, Doug Ruseherry, Bradley Couch, Doyle Burdine, Mack Miles. Bob Ballard, Hem Wilmn, Jerry .Vlcht-ken. Not l'iotured: Patr. 'u tYint- ker and Bob Ungereellt. STAFF RAY NICHOLS ........................................................... Editor SPARKY FOSTER ................................................ Assistant Editor BOYD RAMSEY .................................................. Assistant Editor GRIFFIN SCARLET ............................................... Assistant Editor CHARLES MOORE ............................................... Managing Editor JOE FALLS ................................................. Circulation Manager JOE MILLER .................................................. Business Manager JIM FIELDS .......................................... Assistant Business Manager DAVID CULVER ............................................. Advertising Manager FLETCHER SWEET ............................................... Faculty Adviser The Tennessee Farmer is the official publication of the College of Agriculture and has been published since 1906 under the sponsorship of the Ag Club. The Farmer is distributed to alumni of the College of Agriculture, to the schools of the state teaching vocational agriculture, to county agents, and to subscribers and Ag Club members. The Tennessee Farmer is a member of the Agricultural College Magazines Asso- ciated and has received commendation from that group on its issues. Written and edited by agricultural students7 the F armer presents news of the U.T. Ag Campus for alumni, technological innovations for Tennessee agriculture, and developments in the studenfs chosen field. The magazine is published bi-month- ly. Mr. S. Fletcher Sweet, Editor-in-Chief of the Agricultural Extension Service, is faculty advisor. THE TENNESSEE FARMER Top: RICHARD SCHNABEL Editor Bottom: SVVANSON BENNETT Business Editor Left to Right: Richard Schnabel, Joe Falls, Charles Moore, Fowler Maxwell, Ray Nichols, John Yuunt, Bill Spence, Joe Miller, Swanson Bennett. PUBLICATIONS COUNCIL The VOLUNTEER and the Orange and W hite are issued by the University of Tennessee Publishing Association, a non-profit organization incorporated under Tennessee law. The control is vested in a board of directors popularly CHAIRMAN P. r. mwnv called the Publications Council. The membership of this board consists of two faculty members and one alumnus appointed by the president of the university, and two student members and one alumnus elected annually by the subscribers to the publications. The president of the university is a mem- ber ex oHicio. The board consists of Gene Burton and Frank Grace, student members, F. C. Lowry and James L. Smith, alumni members, Willis C. Tucker and Paul L. Soper, faculty members. Mr. Lowry is chairman and Mr. Smith is secretary. Left to right: Gene Burton. Frank Grave, Dean F. C. anry tsentem, Professor tVillis Tucker, Dr. Paul Super. First Row. Left to Right: Evelyn Bales, AYit-c Nlmvre, Jeanne Barkley, Janet Nlunnel. Adrienne Cross. The Alumni Association is composed of former students of the University. Seniors become active members of the Association for a one-year period after which they may retain active status by contributing to the annual Alumni Fund Drive. Members receive copies of the Tennessee Alumnus, Hill-O-Grams, and the Monday Morning Quarterback, the three Alumni publications. The objectives of the Association are five-fold: 1. To aid the University in securing adequate support for the full develop- ment of the institution. 2. To bring to Tennessee the best men and women now enrolled in the sec- ondary schools of the state. 3. To maintain accurate biographical records of Alumni and recognize them for their achievements. 4. To assist in securing such publicity as will increase the prestige of the University. V 5. To promote further growth of the Personnel Bureau. The Bureau 02' Personnel Service was established by the University for the purpOse 0f assiel- ing in the placement of Alumni and Seniors. Alumni are urged to notify lire Bureau of any possible opening for Tennessee men and women and to call upon the Bureau of Personnel Service for assistance when unemployed. U. T. ALUMNI ASSN. 135 Second Row: Ruth Curdwell, Chris Holloway, Eleanor Patton. ' . MR. llOtVARD LlVMSDEN . MR- JOHh SMAR'IT Assistant Directur Personnel Director Alumni Association Division Left to Right: Peggy Greenlmnm, Wull Peoples, Joyce Sparkmnn, Ernie Watkins, Pinkie Hoyle, Susan Bowman, Shirley Smith, liormm Gomlgnme. Jim Pumas, Dun Pulp. Patsy Huff, Salley Md'uuley. Rex Brm-y, Max Hurst, Dick Schnabel, Salley Dooley, Malcom Moore. COUNCIL BOB ROBINSON President WALTER PEOPLES .................................... Vice-Presiden! JIM CULP ...................................... Senior Class President PINKY HOYLE ............................ Senior Class Vice-President MARSHA MURPHY ............................ Senior Class Secretary WAWANNA CAMERON ......................... Senior Class Treasurer RICHARD SCHNABEL ......................... Junior Class Presidenl JACK LITTLETON ......................... Junior Class Vice-President SALLY DOOLEY ................................ Junior Class Secretary JOHN YOUNT .................................. Junior Class Treasurer HENRY FREAS ............................ Sophomore Class President DAN CULP .. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . S . . . . S S S . . .Saphamore Class Vice-Presidenl NANCY MOORE ............................ Sophomore Class Secretary DORMAN STOUT .......................... Sophomore Class Treasurer WATKINS EWELL ............................. Representative-at-Large LEWIS KINNARD ............................ Athletic Board Chairman FRANK GRACE .......................... Publications Board Chairman LUCY HARDIN ............................ Secretarial Board Chairman HARRY JONES .............................. Activities Board Chairman VIRGINIA CRAFT ......................... Traditions Board Chairman HENRY MILLER ................ Finance and Research Board Chairman CARL KINNARD ........................... University Center Chairman REX BRACY .................................... College of Agriculture ERNEST WATKINS ............................ College of Agriculturr GORDON GOODCAME .............. Collegr of Business Administratiar a: w o Speaker, Hurry dunes. First Row, Left 10 Right: Max Hurst, Ernie M'utkins, Gordon Goodgame, Sulley Md'uuley, Sullvy Dooley. Second Row: Dan Culp. Malcolm Moore, Shirley Smith, Patsy Huff, Pinkie Hoyle, Joyce Sparkmun, Dick Schnabel. 'l'hinl Rmv: Joe Harb, Jm-k Littlelun, Dora Smith. Fourth Row: Nancy Maura, Ginny Craft. Fifth Row: Gene Burton, Harvey Spruul. Alex Anderson. DORA SMITH ....................... College of Business Administration DAVE MCKINNEY ................... College ol Business Administration SALLY MCCAULEY .................. College of Business Administration NANCY GLAZE .................................. College of Education PATSY HU FF .................................... College of Education SHIRLEY SMITH ................................ College of Education JOYCE SPARKMAN ........................ College of Home Economics SUSIE CRAY ................................... College of Liberal Arts KEIM BAIRD .................................. College of Liberal Arts SUSAN BOWMAN ......................... ...College of Liberal Arls MALCOLM MOORE ................................... College of Law WOODY CUNNINGHAM ................... . . .College of Engineering JIM PAULUS ................................... C allege of Engineering: MAX HURST ................................... College of Engineering LUCY HARDIN .......................................... .S. G. A. JIM CULP ................................................ WS. F. 0. B LUCY HARDIN .......................................... S. F. 0. B. HARVEY SPROUL ........................................... YMCA GINGER RACSDALE ........................................ YWCA PEGGY GREENBAUM .................................. Pan-Hellenic WAVE MCSWEEN ............................................ F. R. B. WILL HAYNES .............................................. l. S. A. ED NEWELL .................................... Merfs Intramural: BETTY GRAVES ............................... Womerfs Intramurals GORDON GOODCAME ............................... Pep Co-ordimmr JOE HARB .......................................... Dance Chairman GENE BURTON ........................... Publications Representative PAUL GREEN ................................ Freshman Class Adm'sor mm: mu When you come to the end of a perfect meeting The University of Tennessee is very fortunate in that it has a strong student government. Every student who is enrolled at U.T. is automatically 3 member of the A.S.C. All the governing power of the A.S.C. resides in a council known as the Student Governing Council. This group is composed of the president and vice- president of the A.S.C., the officers of the U.T. clubs, the presidents of the W.S.G.A., Pan-Hellenic, F.R.B., the F reshman Class Adviser, athletic and publications repre- sentatives, the chairman of the Social and Activities Com- mittee, the chairman of the Traditions Committee, the dance chairman, and one member at large. In the spring the annual election of the Council is held and the event is supported by the two campus parties who vote in various college precincts. One of the many A.S.C. projects of the year is the pub- lication of a handbook called The Hill, which explains all the organizations, activities and traditions of the university. Executive Committee. Seated. Bob Robinson, President. N'tundhlzr, left to right: Harry Jones, Henry Miller, W'alter Peoples, Lucy Hardin, Frank Grace, Carl Kimmrd, Jue Hnrb. and John Yount. First Row, Left to Right: With Peoples, Carl Kinnard, Max Hurst, Emie W'atkins, Gordon Goodgame, Salley Mt-Cnuley. Second Row: Peggy Greenbaum, Susan Bowman, Rex Brat-y, Dan Pulp, Malcolm Moore, Shirley Smith, Patsy Huff, Pinkie Hoyle, Joyve Spurknmn. Third Row: Lucy Hardin, Bob Lugan, tVatkins Ewell, Frank Grace, Joe Barb, Barry Jones, Jack Littleton, Dora Smith. Fourth Row: W'ill Haynes, David McSween, Jim Talley, Henry Frees, Nancy Mnore, Emily Rentine, Ginny Craft, Henry Miller. Fifth Row: David Mc- Kinney, Swsie Grey, Lewis Kinnard, John Yount, Gene Burton, Harvey Sproul, Alex Anderson. tALL STUDENTS CL UB First Row: Baird, Bowman, Bracy, Burton, Cameron, Dan Culp, Jim Culp, Dooley, Ewell, Freas, Glaze, Goodgame, Grace, Grey. Second Row: Green, Greenbaum, Harb, Hardin, Haynes, Hoyle, Huff, Humt, Jones. Carl Kinnard, Lewis Kinnard, McKinney, MrSween, Miller. Third Row: Malcolm Moore, Nancy Moore, Murphy, Newell, Paulus, Peoples. Ragsdale, Robinson, Shirley Smith, Sparkman, Sproul, Stout, tt'utkins, Yount. Not Pictured: Schnabel, Littleton, Craft, Dom Smith, McCauley, Graves, Cunningham. ISA Convention Exhibit DELEGA'I ES T0 NATIONAL ISA CONVENTION Left- tn Right: Clovis Powers, John Calhoun, Nancy Rudd, Nancy Alley, Peggy Long and Jean Ann Rutherford. INDEPENDENT STUDENTS ASSOCIA TION First Row: Alexander, Alley, Brann, Burton, Cahoon, Cameron, Dyer, Fisher, Fuller. Second Row: Hatmaker, Haynes, Herndon, Hill, Jolly, Leinart, Long, Moore, Peoples. Third Row: Rudd, Eva. Rutherford, Jean Ann Rutherford, Seal, Stanton, Stultz, W'atkinws, W'ing. Not Pictured: Britton, Lawell, Piert-y, Jenkins, Pepkin, Sherrill, Hudgens, Thumpstm, Rivoi, Seay, Burris, Smith, Scarlet. Quentin Alexander Nancy Alley Humphrey Armistead Mary Jane Ashburn Lila Barnes Billy Blayer Nancy Brann J. V. Britten Floyd Burriss Nancy Burroughs Ann Burton Eleanor Cantrell John Childress Dick Collins Mary Copley J ulie Crisp J anet Cruze David Culver Aileen Davis E. B. Dyer Thomas Eddins Audrey Ferguson Charles Fisher Rolland Fisher Clara Fitch Jack Fuller Frances George Mary Ann Godwin J ohn Goodwin Kathryn Greeter Carroll Guhne Bobby Haynes The Independent Mambo! W MEMBERS Will Haynes Patsy Hill Don Hudgens Connie Jenkins M. C. Johnston Richard Johnson Gleedel Jolley Anna Jean Judd Joyce Kaiser Nancy Kellar Ann Kellar Jim King Shirley King Shyam Lalvani James Lawell John Lay Susanne Leinart Ann Long Doris McNabb Curtis Mattus Mark Mayfield Carter Miller Charles Moore 10 Moore Rodger Mountain Arthur Parham Nancy Parsons Walt Peoples Bobby Phillips Jewell Piercy Pat Pipk-in Andre Ricci Joyce Roberts Harry Russ John Rowland Nancy Rudd Eva Rutherford Jean Ann Rutherfurd Ruth Sanders Giffm Scarlett Marilyn Schmermund Jimmy Seal Barbara Sherrill Bobbie Joe Spaulding Anne Stallings Janet Stanton Helen Stegall Jimmy Stockton Betty Street Mattie Stroud Mary Jo Stultz Evelyn Teffeteller Richard Thomas Betty Thompson Barbara Troughtun Peggy Troutman Tom Vaughn Kermit Vinson Margaret Voorhees Martha Walker Jack Watson Lorayne Way Carolyn Wayland Bobby Williams Don Williams Amy Wing IkuigiAM ISA CANDYLAND BALL ft to Right: Nancy Alley, "Independent Mim"; Will Haynes, "Most tstanding Independent Man"; and M'awanna Cameron, "Independ- L ent Miss." Jean Fuson, National ISA Sweetheart, standing by winning display at National ISA Convention. REPRESENTATIVES-AT-LARGE I.S.A. COUNCIL MEMBERS WILL HAYNES ................................. President Patsy Hill Boys Intramural Mgr; Jim Seal . . Barbara Sherrill Faculty Advisor: Mr. George Hop- WALTER PEOPLES .. ..... ..Vzce-Presuient Glee Iolly per ................. S t Dan Hudgens Pep Club: Dora Smith, Jack Fuller NANCY RUDD ................ ecre ary Corresponding Secretary: Peggy Beavery Club: W111 Haynes, Betty ROLLAND FISHER .................................... Treasurer Long Thompson, Nancy Alley, Jim Seal Historian: Jean Ann Rutherford Sophomore Council: Connie Jenk- W.S.C.A. Representative: Mary Jo ins, Nancy Brannl E. B. Dyer Stultz Freshman Council: Amy Wing, N hh l? R t t" ; E. B. Janet Stanton, Dickie Ricci, Gif- COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES aDyjfyay' WW fm Scarlet . Orange and White Reporter: Bobbie A.S.C. Representatives: Wawanna Agrtculmre: .................................. Upper: J. V. BRITTON Seay Cameron, Dora Smith, Walter Peo- Agriculture: .............................. Lower: CHARLES MOORE V01 Reporter: Suzanne Leinart 9185. Will Haynes, EFHESt Watkins , . . , Publicity Chairman: Nancy Brann Dance Chairman: John Cahonn Busmess Admuuslratmn: ...................... Upper: NANCY ALLEY Girls Intramural Mgr.: Ann Burton Education: ..................................... Upper: JIM LAWELL Education: ............................... Lower: EVA RUTHERFORD Englneer: """"""""""""""""""""""""" Upper: :"M HERNDON The Independent Students Association, an afliliated member of the Na- Engineer: Lower: FLOYD BURRIS tional Independent Students Association, is organized to provide social and Home Economics: ........................... Upper: JEWELL PIERCY recreational activities for all students who do not desire affiliation with a Home Economics: ................... ....Lower: CONNIE JENKINS social fraternity 0r sorority. Meetings are held regularly on the campus. Law: .......................... .. .Lower: LUCY HATMAKER The assoclanfm lake's partun all worthwhlle campus actlvmes. - . The orgamzatlon ls governed by a counml lbuth elected and appolntedl LLbeml ANS: llllllllllllll lpper: QUINTON ALEXANDER composed of representatives from each College and advisory representatives Liberal Arrs: .................................. Lower: PAT PEPKIN from all organizations where Independents participate. Among the purposes of the W.S.G.A. are the regula- tion of all matters pertaining to the life of the university women not under the jurisdiction of the faculty, furthering a spirit of unity and service among the women, and being a federation for all women,s organizations and groups on campus. W.S.G.A. sponsors an orientation program for fresh- man women which takes place during the first week of school; Friendship Week in February which includes a Coffee Hour and the Student Faculty Dinner; and the Left to Right, Kneeling: Claudia Smith, Marigene W'yatt, Carol Cress, Joel Anne Morris, Jo Haynes, Jean Brady, Betty Jo McAfee. Seated: Dana Dow, Mary Lee Rule, Patsv Rhyne, Susan Rose, Kay Iiolfmeyer, Joy Culston, Virginia Craft, Betsy Fowlkes, Alva Branch, Connie Bowers, Eleanor thter, Brenta Glascock. Standing: Barbara Davis, Patti Thornton, Miss tt'atison, Miss Richardson. Backward Dance. It awards a $150 scholarship to a quali- fied woman student, and edits The Tennessee Girl, a book- let designed to answer the many questions of freshmen and transfer women and containing the W.S.G.A. con- stitution. In addition, this past years project was supply- ing a needy family with clothing and food. Every woman student on the campus is automatically a member of W.S.G.A. and is granted the privilege of voting upon the payment of 3 .75 dues per year. Left to Right: Theresa Campbell, Mary Leonard Mercer, Shirley Smith, Pauline 'lterry, Dut tVilson, Emmu Lou W'allaoe, Jenny Chil- tun, Betty Moody, Nancy McMahan, Miss Dickey and Nancy Glaze. . MEMBERS LUCY HARDIN ............................................ President NANCY CLAZE ....................................... Vice-President BETTY J0 McAFEE ........................,...............Secretary PATTIE THORNTON ...................................... Treasurer CLAUDIA SMITH ................................ Publicity Chairman NANCY MCMAHAN ................................ Project Chairman SANDRA DAVIS ............................... Editor, Tennessee Girl NANCY BRANN ................................ Alpha Lambda Della ELEANOR RICCINS ................................... Blue Triangle PEGGY CREENBAUM .................................. Pan-Hellenic MARY JO STULTZ .............................................. ISA CADDY FUSSELI ...................................... Modern Danae ANN BRYAN .......................................... Mortar Hoard CAMILLE SCHIFFMAN ................................. Omicron Nu JOYCE SPARKMAN .................................. Hume Ec Club JOANNE MOODY ....................................... Phi Em Tun PEGGY RINEY .................................... Pi Lambda Them RACHEL PERKINS .................................... House Somme GINGER RAGSDALE ......................................... YWCA MISS LOIS DICKEY .................................... 8' acid! Advisor MISS PAULA RICHARDSON ...................... Legislative Adviser MISS HELEN WATSON ............................ Financial Adviser MISS CLADYS BEACH ............................... Dean of Women Coeds fight it out for a date for W.S.G.A. Backward Dance. First Row: Bran", Bryan, Davis, Fussell, Glaze, Greenbaum, Hardin, McAffee, Moody, Second Row: Ragsdale, Rigging, Riney, Schiffman, Smith, Sparkman, Stultz, Thornton. Not Pictured: McMahan. WOMEN,S STUDENT GOVERNMENT A SSOCIA TION Lc-ft to Right. Kneeling: Lucy Hardin, President; Nnnvy Glaze, Vice- President. Standing: Nancy McMahan, Project Chairman; Patti 'l'lmmton, Treasurer; Betty MoAfee, Secretary; Clalulin Smith, Publicity Chairman. First Ro'w, Left to Right: Betty McAfee, Patti Thornton, Claudia Smith, Llu-y Hardin, Nancy Glaze, Dean Beach, Miss Dickey. Second Ruw: Miss Watson, Ginger Ragsdale, Caddy Fussell, Mary Jo Stulz, Sandra Davis, Marian Elmore, Peggy Riney, Ann Bryan, Eleanor Riggins. Mary Nelson, Nancy McMahan. Third Row: Nancy Bran", Joyce Sparkman, Miss Richardson. '4, . . w a y ? 375$d .J' v, " "5 rv; ' .W ' .1? g . 3 l g? g. STUDENT t gym t 351$ t A Winter Nahheeyayli and the Sauler-Finegan orchestra Nahheeyayli news brandished by big braves mi; The success of the Nahheeyayli Dances is the result of well-spent effort of the Nahheeyayli Governing Board. The Board is composed of representatives from each social fraternity and the Independent Students Association. Con- tracting name bands, backing ticket sales, and seeing that dances run smooth- ly are the duties of this group. Prior to the founding of the Board in 1924, the object of each fraternity was to have a better and more expensive dance than its rival. As the situation became more critical, the University, working with the students, formed the Nahheeyayli Board to relieve the predicament. The name of the Board was chosen at the suggestion of the US. Department of Commerce. It was taken from the language of the Cherokee Indians and its translation is c4The Dance of the Seasonf9 Left to Right: Richard W'urzbum, Sonny Dupree, Terrell Ayers, Frank Grace. NAHHEEYAYLI GOVERNING BOARD OFFICERS SONNY DUPREE ............................................................................. President TERRELL AYRES ....................................................................... Vice-President FRANK GRACE .............................................................................. Secretary RICHARD WURZBURG ...................................................................... Treasurer RAY WEIR ......................................................................... Assistant Treasurer BOO BROWN ...................................................................... Band Correspondent First. Row: Bauolmmn Brogan, Sonny Dul'rae, E. B. Dyer, Allen Elkins, Doug Gilmer. Frank Grace. Second Row: Loyd Jefl'ers, John Lot'kritlge, Dun Muneyhun, Hurdie Ruberts, Herb Rochelle, Ray Weir. Not Pictured: B00 Brown, Joel Petty, Gene Pendergmst, Joe: Mynatt, Harold Moore, Terrell Ayres, Richard VVurzburg, and James W'ilkerson. MEMBERS HERB ROCHELLE ................................................................... Alpha Gamma Rhu BOO BROWN ........................................................................ Alpha Gamma Rho HARDIE ROBERTS ................................................................... Alpha Tau Omega JOEL PETTY ........................................................................... Delta Sigma Phi BEAUCHAMP BROGAN ................................................................. Delta Tau. Delta E. B. DYER ............................................................ Independent Students, Association GENE PENDERCRAST .................................................................... Kappa Alpha RAY WEIR ............................................................................... Kappa Sigma LOYD JEFFERS ..................................................................... Lambda Chi Alpha JOHN LOCKRIDCE ................................................................... Phi Gamma Delta DON MONEYHUN .................................................................... Phi Gamma Delta JOE MYNATT ......................................................................... Phi Sigma Kappa FRANK GRACE ........................................................................ Pi Kappa Alpha HAROLD MOORE ........................................................................ Pi Kappa Phi TERRELL AYRES .................................................................. Sigma Alpha Epsilon SONNY DUPREE ............................................................................ Sigma Chi DOUG GILMER .............................................................................. Sigma Nu ALLEN ELKINS gtgmtzPhLEpszlon JAMES WILKERSON ................................................................ Sigma Phi Epsilon RICHARD WURZBURC ................................................................... Zeta Beta Tau 143 PROGRAM Kappa Delta Sorority ..................................... ........... ttKing Faroukh, Jean Baggenstoss, Janet Detrick, and Elizabeth Pace ............ ttHoneybunh Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity Jane Warwick ....................................... Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority .................................. .ttBluebeardeA Dreamh ttMaidhs Day Off" hIt Aintt Necessarily 5095 Jean Harle and Dudley Patterson. .. . . .. .. . . . .. WThey Always Pick On Me" Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity .......................... ttThe Tragedy of Julius Caesarh INTERMISSION Chi Omega Sorority ................................................ ttMonster Alleyh, t Harold Ernest and Fred Stine ........................ ttWrong-Way Radi0,, t t Kappa Sigma Fraternity ................................................ ttHiawathah ? Boogie Boyd and Sally Williams ........................ ttLovinh Machineh, ; Delta Delta Delta Sorority . . .. .. .. .. .. . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . . WA Magnificent Suggestion" i Wawana Cameron ..................................... ttAndyts Anticst, t Pi Kappa Alpha F raternity ............................... ttTartzan and the Cannibalsh, t Tri-Delts portray musical madness Roman Empire ttrevivedh, by SPE,s KDhs offer revolutionary idea to House-haunting Chi-Omegas net first place win! postal department Weeks of deciding, writing, and humorizing a script. Weeks of fussing, cussing, and practice. Hours of headaches, heart- aches, tryouts, and the agonizing moments before the finalists are revealed. This is CARNICUS. The pageant of clowns, stunts, and antics, has had a long and colorful history since it evolved in 1929. Parades, stunts, and a dance, climaxed with the crowning of a Carnival Queen, highlighted early editions of carnicus. Down through the years the trend has been toward more polished productions. One event after another has been added or dropped, in making the UT Carnicus the outstanding college entertainment in the South. In 1953 Kappa Delta sorority and Kappa Sigma fraternity were the winners. In 1954 the two trophies went to Chi Omega sorority and Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. Also to be remembered are the individual skits, performed between the big acts, which always are a great addition to Carnicus. Wawanna Cameron won this event last year. Julius Caesar is killed in SPEE skit Chi Omegak off to Monster Allen . . . And I used to work in a cigar store CARNICUS Guys and dolls featured in finale Winning SAE,S have audience rolling in the aisles Kappa Sigma fraternity, runners-up Pi Beta Phi prepares for their rendi- The victorious Sigma Phi Epsilo in the mews division. tion of a Romberg medley. group celebrates its small group wil ALLSING Small group winners in the womenK-J d Delta Delta Delta, first place winner of the women9s group vision, Alpha Omicron Pi. 146 Practice and practice makes perfect the University of Tennessee All-Sing, a major tradition at the iiHillf9 Even though the idea of competitive group singing seemed hope- less when it was started in 1932 with its itcorn harmony? the All-Sing programs have progressed to a professional level. All-Sing leaders, who are continually on the lookout for new and better ways of pro- moting an interest in harmony among groups on the ttHillf, added in 1952 the use of small groups to the other eight large groups, which have won the tryouts. A special interest was added to this yearvs All-Sing. It was dedicated to Dixie Lee Crosby, actress, wife, and mother. Bing Crosby sent his expression of gratitude in the form of a record of his voice, which was played to the audience that evening. Although the competition was great, Delta Delta Delta sorority won the girls, trophy for their rendition of iiWhere in the World,, and ttMalaguena" while Phi Sigma Kappa the boys, trophy for their presentation of tiJoshua Fit De Battle" and tiHalls of Ivy? tiSwing Low, Sweet Charioth won Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority, a small trophy, and Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity won the second small group trophy with ttLove Walked Inf7 We are confident that All-Sing will continue to be a source of great enjoyment as well as one of the main highlights of the school year. sident Emeritus Smith reads All Sing ttbraslssit look over the grading Back stage with the Oklahoma cast of t ication in memory of Dixie sheets on the big night. Left to right: finale. Crosby. Virginia Craft and Frank Grace, Ad- visory Board members; Joel Ann Mor- ris, Co-Chairman; Betty Moody, Ad- visory Board; Herman Reviere, Co- Chairman. PROGRAM Phi Sigma Kappa, winner of the menIs division Chi Omega ...................................... No Man Is An Island Virginia Chilton, Director ................................ Thumhalina Independent Students Association ........................ Sweet and Low Sigma Alpha Epsilon ................................. WhiEenpoof Song Buddy Maggart, Director ................................ Granada. Lara Alpha Omicron Pi ............................. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot Independent Students Association .............. Holiday For Strings, Rose Barbara Brown, Director ...................................... Serenade Sigma Phi Epsilon .................................... Love Walked In Phi Sigma Kappa .................................. Joshua Fit De Battle Sam Clinton, Director ...................................... Halls of Ivy INTERMISSION Pi Beta Phi ....................................... When Children Pray Marsha Murphy, Director ........................... Tribute to Romberg Alpha Delta Pi .............................................. Sleighride Pi Kappa Alpha ........................................ If I Loved You Jack Thomas, Director ...................................... Oklahoma Sigma Chi ...................................... Down by the Riverside Delta Delta Delta .................................. Where In The World Sally Testerman, Director .................................... Malguena Sigma Kappa ................................ Iill See You In My Dreams Kappa Sigma .................................. In the Still of the Night Jim Elson, Director .................................. The Lordis Prayer FINALE Oklahoma .................................... U-T Choral Organizations Ambrose Holfnrd, Director 147 SORORITY EDITOR DORTHY J0 HOOPER FRATERNITY EDITOR HAROLD MOORE OFFICERS PEGGY CREENBAUM .................................................................... President MARIAN ELMORE .................................................................. Viee-President EMMA LOU WALLACE ................................................................... Secretary JEAN LOHR .............................................................................. Treasurer MRS. C. K. EVRINC ........................................................................ Adviser PA N- MRS. EUGENE JENKINS ................................................................... Adviser Each year a workshop is held to discuss topics such as officer and pledge training, rushing, and scholarship in the sorority. The group responsible for this is the Pan- Hellenic Council which is composed of two representatives from each of the twelve national sororities at the University. It was founded in 1902 for the purpose of serving as the oHicial advisory Governing Board. This workshop is only one of the many activities sponsored by Pan-Hellenic in order to further the aims and ideals of the council. Its purposes are to maintain high sorority life and inter-sorority relations on our campus; to further fine intellectual accomplishment and sound scholarship; to cooperate with the University administration in the maintenance of a high social fra- ternity world; and to compile regulations for governing rushing, pledging, and initia- tion among all sororities. HELLENIC CO UNCIL ' . . Second Row: Taylor, Moody, Davis, Jones, Couch, Dooley, Sitz- man, W'llllams. Third Row: Parker. Rhyne. Rose, Moore. Reed, Tipton, Lohr. Nut Pictured: House. First Row: Hardin, Breshahan, Greenbaum, Bernard, Wallace, Rule, Baker, Elmore. MEMBERS LUCY HARDIN ...................................... Alpha Delta Pi JANICE JONES .......................................... Delta Zeta ANN BRESNAHAN ................................... Alpha Delta Pi MARTHA COUCH ........................................ Delta Zeta PEGGY GREENBAUM ............................ Alpha Epsilon Phi SALLY DOOLEY ........................................ Kappa Delta SHIRLEY BERNARD .............................. Alpha Epsilon Phi LINDA SITZMAN ...................................... Kappa Delta EMMA LOU WALLACE ............................ Alpha Omicron Pi SHIRLEY WILLIAMS ....................................... Phi Mu MARY LEE RULE .................................. Alpha Omicron Pi MARILYN PARKER ......................................... Phi Mu HELEN BAKER .......................................... Chi Omega PATSY RHYNE .......................................... Pi Beta Phi MARIAN ELMORE -------------------------------------- Chi Omega SUSAN ROSE ............................................ Pi Beta Phi NANCY TAYLOR .................................. Delta Delta Delta CLARA SUE MOORE .................................. Sigma Kappa BETTY MOODY .................................... Delta DelmDelm LUCRETIA REED szgma Kappa PEGGY HOUSE ........................................ Delta Gamma BETTY TIPTON ..................................... Zeta Tau Alpha NANCY DAVIS ................................ ' ........ Delta Gamma JEAN LOHR ........................................ Zem Tuu Alpha 150 First Row: Shirley Bernard, Evelyn Bumett. Lorraine Cohen. Myra Curklmul. Phyllis Goldstein. Marcia Gomlstein. Second Row: Peggy Greenbaum, Barbara Kolodkin, Shirley Tyher, Sandra tYeits- burg, Shirley W'inston. . LPHA EPSILON PHI The Alpha Epsilon Phits entered the Sigma Chi Derby this year, and also entered ve contestants in the Beauty Parade. For a project, these gals have visited the colored orphanage during the year. Peggy Greenbaum is president of Panhellenic, a member of ASC and WSGA Coun- il member. Shirley Bernard is an ofhcer in the Art League. Two of the Alpha Epsilon Phits engaged are: Sandy WeisburgeZeta Beta Tau, yra CorklandeAlpha Epsilon Pi. Kappa Chi claims Evelyn Burnett, and Alpha Lambda Delta, Barbara Kolodkin. t 150 President of Hillel is Barbara Kolodkin. Founded m 1909 . Left to Right: Myra Corkland, Secretary; Lorraine Cohen, Viue-Presi- Hear ye e Sisters! dent; Shirley Bernard, President; Barbara- Koludkin, Treasurer. Seated, Left to Right: Peggy Riney, President; Nancy McMahan, Vice-President. Standing, Lert't to Right: Ann Rector, Corresponding Secretary; Ann Bryan, Founded in 1851 Treasurer. The Alpha Delta Piis are on top in scholarship. Too they won the Sigma Chi Derby. Torchbearers and ths Who are: Peggy Riney and Lucy Hardin. Also in Whois Who are Nancy McMahan and Ann Bryan. Members of Alpha Lambda Delta are Anne Bresnahan and Theresa Campbell. Phi Kappa Phi smarties are: Ann Bryan, Alice Ligon, Peggy Riney, Jenny Bahcock, Ann Rector. Alpha Epsilon Delta claims Kay Hoffmeyer; Pi Delta Phi, Susan Bow- man, Nancy Crossley; Pi Lambda Phi, Susan Bowman, Carolyn Blakely, Virginia Glenn and Joel Morris. In Pi Omega Pi there is Ann Bryan; Alpha Pi Mu, Pat Wintker, Recording Secretary. Pat is also Editor of The Tennessee Engineer, 1955. The Alpha Delta Piis were one of the finalists in the Best Yell Contest. 152 Sing, Sister, Sing F IRST ROW: Doris Asbury, Jenny Babcock, Jane Bailey, Emile. Barnes, Carter Bellows, Carolyn Blakely, Betty Blankenship, Jan. Blankenship. SECOND ROW: Mary Lou Bonham, Susan Bowman, Anne Bresna han, Paula Brooks, Anne Bryan, Peggy Bugg, Diane Burkle, An Christmas. THIRD ROW: Jean Cromer, Nancy Crossley, Patricia Davis, Geni Dossett, Betsy Fowlkes, Caroline Fowlkes, Vivian Garland, Joye Gilbert. FOURTH ROW: Virginia Glenn, Nora Lou Grove, Lucy Hardin, Jea i Harle, Lucille Heap, Kay Hofimeyer, Beverly J ohnson, J oan Kinzalow. FIFTH ROW: Christina Lensgraf, Alice Ligon, Rose Ann McKee, Nancy McMahan, Phoebe Maxwell, Mary Leonard Mercer, Mary Jane Merritt, Joel Anne Morris. SIXTH ROW: Mary Ann Morris, Katherine Mounger, Bennie Rader, Ann Rector, Emily Remine, Peggy Riney, Joan Rogers, Mary M. Shep- pard, Cameron Smith. SEVENTH ROW: Beverly Ann Smith7 Bobbie Tillman, Kay Todd, Marzee Warren, Annabel Whitten, Dorothy Wilson, Marion Wilson; Patricia Wintker, Sue Van Dervort. NOT PICTURED: Ellen Lyle, Nancy Lofton, Judy Frierson, Gai Hooper, Mary Nell Hutchins, Patsy Cook, Theresa Campbell, Marth Davies, Willie Sue Grove. 153 0 R C I M 0 A H P L A PI Benzedri ne FIRST ROW: Sharon Alexander, Carolyn Arwood, Patti Batchelor, Elizabeth Boyd7 Betty Burgdorf, Barbara Cargile, Jan Carpenter, Janice Carter. SECOND ROW: Julia Clausing, Carolyn Cronan, Nancy Sue Cross- lin, Patsy Denman, Dana Dow. Marie Follim Phoebe Glass, Brenta Glascock. THIRD ROW: Martha Sue Gray, Charlotte Gresham, Mary Nelle Holmes, Anne Holmes, Susan Ingle, Anne McDonald, Judy McDonald, Connie Margraves. FOURTH ROW: Marion Malone, Katherine Martin, Sara Matthews, Nancy Minor, Ruth Marion, Mary Nelson, Darla Ozment, Eleanor Powell. FIFTH ROW: Madeline Pratt, Lois Randall, Janet Rhodes, Jo Anne 'Rice7 Barbara Ronk9 Mary Lee Rule, Sarah Rush, Virginia Sanders. SIXTH ROW: June Schiro. Bettina Schwenk, Clara Slack7 Hannah Spence, Norma Stoots, Adrienne Smathers, Barbara Terry, Carole Thompson. SEVENTH ROW: Patti Marie Thornton, Margaret Trotter, Sandy Turner, Shirley Van Pelt7 Jane VoltzV Pattye Vreeland, Emma Lou Wallace, Charlotte Watts. EIGHTH ROW: Camille Williams9 Mary Winston, Jan Witt, Sue Workman, Marigene Wyatt, Clara Nell Yarbro. NOT PICTURED: Pat Cherry, Katherine Andes, Pat Hawley, Janet Parrott, Angeline Smith, Sally Williams, Diane Neas. m, 4: , 'Mggylj ,Q'V' 9W thy ,' Q1' 1 Founded in 1897 Left to Right: Patti Thumton, Vice-President; Clara Slack, Recording Secretary; Mary Nelson, Correspond- ing Secretary; Patty Batchelur, Treasurer; Shirley Van Pelt, President. Pinned Alpha Omicron Pi Cuties are many. On the list are: Catherine Andes, Pi Kappa Alpha; Patsy Denman, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Janet Rhodes, Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon; Marigene Wyatt, Alpha Tau Omega; Phoebe Glass, Alpha Tau Omega; Mary Lee Rule, Sigma Chi; Madeline Pratt, Phi Gamma Delta; Brenta Glascock, Kappa Sigma; Clara Slack, Kappa Sigma. Engaged are: Nancy Crosslin, Nancy Minor and six are married: Sally Williams, Katheryn Alexander, Shirley Van Pelt, Patty House7 Eleanor Simpson, Frances Summer. The Alpha Omicron PPS won second place in Carnicus and Sigma Chi Derby in 1954. Vol Beauties for 1954-55 are: June Schiro, Darla Ozment and Margaret Trotter. Barnwarming Queen was Betty Burgdorf, and ROTC Sponsors were June Schiro and Bar- bara Cargile. 155 Founded in 1895 Seated, Left to Right: Connie Bowers, Vice-President; Helen Baker, President. Standing: Ginger Ragsdale, Pledge Mother; Emily Tester, Treasurer; Betty Tucker, Secretary. K The Chi Omega,s have really cleaned up on honors! In the Pep Club sponsored yell contest for Homecoming, they participated in the finals; in Carnicus in 1954 and in the swim meet the same year they carried home winner,s trophies. These girls are not lacking in musical ability either, because they were in finals in All-Sing in 1955. Besides winning honors as a group, individual girls have added quite a few trophies to the shelf. Virginia Ragsdale was a member of Mortar Board, President of YWCA, and also was chosen as a Whots Who. Alpha Lambda Delta members are Virginia House and Virginia Chilton. Ann Robeson was a member of Omicron Nu, and Virginia House, Pi Delta Phi. Kappa Chi claimed Caddy Fussell and Carolyn Sharp as assets to their group. 156 i y? ; Cleem ! FIRST ROW: Jane Anderson, Mary Nell Anderson, Helen Baker, Connie Bowers, Nina Braswell, Sarah Brandt, Glenn Allen Brown, Lela Chadwell. SECOND ROW: Virginia Chilton, Carolyn Clark, Joy Colston, Molly Conyers, Carol Cullen, Carol Culver, Jane Davis, Joan Doughty. THIRD ROW: Sally Ellner, Marian Elmore, Carole Ely, Mary Ely, Ann Emery, Judith Forster, Caddy Fussell, Susie Gambill. FOURTH ROW: Lalah Gee, Betty Gilpin, Sue Gray, Patricia Haswell, Mamie Henegar, Marilyn Heyer, Bunny Hickey, Louise Hord. FIFTH ROW: Virginia House, Jan Hudson, Rose Mary Killefer, Carol Kress, Ann McMurry, Ross McNutt, Shelby Outlaw, Margie Patton. SIXTH ROW: Ann Phillips, Joanne Plunkett, Connie Prugh, Ginger Ragsdale, Emily Raulston, Peggy Raulston, Emma Lee Rinehart, Sarah Robinson. SEVENTH ROW: Peggy Sharp, Mary Mina Shoffner, Ann Smith, Emily Tester, Betty Tucker, Lucy Van Ness, Jeanne Vestal, Ginger Wade. EIGHTH ROW: Jerry Louise Wade, Hall Warters, Jane Watson, J oy Wessenauer, Eleanor Willingham, Donna Zeiser. NOT PICTURED: Ann Robeson, Betsy Jane Williams, Elizabeth. Edwards, Shirley Hendran, Jeannie Johnson. OMEGA m 0: x g Ma, ya; DELTA DELTA DELTA I wonder whors kissing him now! FIRST ROW: Sally Alley, Shirley Ballou, Nancy Ballou, Virginia Byrd, Nancy Boone, Celeste Brichetto, Ann Bryson, Sue Byrd. SECOND ROW: Ann Chandler, Carole Cody, Ann Cowan, Barbara Crawford, Barbara Davis, Billie Davis, Sandra Davis, Kay Derryberry. THIRD ROW: Frances Dominick7 June Dyer, Pat Faulkner, Janet Fisher, Donna Gardner, Carolyn Greene, Nancy Hall, Peggy Hatcher. FOURTH ROW: Ann Morgan Iron, Saralene Johnson, Carolyn Jones, Mimi Kenan, Helen Landon, Cynthia Lannes, Betty Jo McAfee, Mary Stuart McComb. FIFTH ROW: Meryl McMillan, Genevieve Mack, Kay Maples, Mary Clair Marshall, Terry Miller, Elizabeth Moneyhun, Betty Moody, Dottie Morris. SIXTH ROW: Judy Murray, Emily Napier, Mary Stewart Neff, Midge Orr, Patricia Pate, Barbara Pitts, Eleanor Riggins, Joan Robertson. SEVENTH ROW: Paula Sanders, Sammie Lynn Scandlyn, Carolyn Shipley, Fredrice Skidmore, Frances Slemons, Ruth Ann Sproul, Charlene Stinson, Hulinda Tapp. EIGHTH ROW: Marion Jo Tapp, Nancy Taylor, Sally Testerman, Jeanne Van Eynde, Bessie Van Hook, Jo Ann Webb, Mignon Wilson. NOT PICTURED: Kay Eckford, Ruthie Fulton, Frances Greene, Anne Hargon, Ellen Howes, Rowena Mears, Marilyn Meyer, Phyllis Sherril, Gayle Wingo. Founded in 1888 Marion Jo Tapp, Secretary. Honors received by Tri-Delts this year have been many. Mimi Kenan and Janet Kenan Fisher were Torchbearers, Whors Who, Phi Kappa Phi, and Mortar Board members with Mimi Vice-President of Mortar Board. Also in Whors Who were Betty J0 McAfee and Eleanor Riggins. Pi Lambda Theta members were Betty Jo McAfee and Sallie Testerman, secretary. Sammie Lynn Scandlyn wore the white cross of Sigma Chi as Sweetheart; Judy Murray was Phi Sigma Kappa Moonlight girl; and Paula Sanders was Sigma Phi Epsilon Cinderella girl. Others receiving honors were: Joan Rob- ertson, Engineering Queen, and Kay Derryberry, Betty Coed. The following Tri-Delts were U. T. Beauties: Janet K. Fisher, Nancy Boone, Eleanor Riggins, Marion Jo Tapp, and Rowena Mears. Army ROTC Sponsors were Sissy Moneyhun and Carolyn Jones. Air Force ROTC Spone sors were Joan Robertson, Midge Orr, and Mimi Kenan. 159 Left to Right: Janet Kenan Fisher, President; Sandra Davis, Treasurer; Eleanor Rizgins, Vice-l'resident; Founded in 1874 Left tn Right: Mary Stanley, Treasurer; Peggy Diddle, Vice-l'resident; Nancy Davis, President; tVilnda Rice, Secretary. The Delta Cammafs started off 1954-1955 with a pledge banquet in September. Later in October the fall house party was held at Cascades. A trophy was added to the shelf at the Sigma Chi Derby on winning a relay. Betty Coed candidate was Betty Smalley; Greek Goddess entrant was Sara 05Dell, pledge president. Other candidates were: Sharon Hyder, Pi Kappa Alpha Sweater Girl; Alma Selle, Apple Festival Queen and Alpha Tau Omega Pledge Class Queen. An open house entertained Florida cheerleaders, and a party was given at Christmas for blind children from BellHouse. Love that Pledge! FIRST ROW: Barbara Ammons, Jean Baggenstoss, Margery Black, Ann Blair, Betty Brewer. SECOND ROW: Marly Coehlo, Frances Curtis, Nancy Davis, J anet Detrick, Peggy Diddle. THIRD ROW: Kay Elderkin, Carolyn Gooch, J udy Goodlett, Bobbe Hague, Iris Haworth. F OURTH ROW: Gene Hempstead, Zona Hollstein, Peggy Horne, Sharon Hyder, Shirley Lilley. FIFTH ROW: Nancy McCubbins, Betsy Mason, Pat Mobley, Sally Moore, Sara O,Dell. SIXTH ROW: Ann Parsons, W anda Rice, Alma Selle, Betty Smalley, Pat Smith. SEVENTH ROW: Mary Stanley, Seba Sutliff, Ruth Tribles, Billie Vander Voort. NOT PICTURED: Elizabeth Pace, Stevie Stephenson, Peggy House, J anet Scott. GAMMA 161 162 Study hall blues bring good grade news! FIRST ROW: Barbara Abercrombie, Martha Bowen, Nancy Brownlow, Nona Childress, Martha Couch. SECOND ROW: MariHoyd Hamil, Estelle Hendrix, Peggy Hickman, Janice Jones, Marlene Little. THIRD ROW: Dorthea Longmire, Carol MCSpadden, Mary Miller, Joan Moore, Shirley Petty. FOURTH ROW: Delores Pruitt, Peggy Staniforth, Carol Steele, Lynn Thompson, Betty Tucker. FIFTH ROW: Betty Ann Tucker, Paula Young. NOT PICTURED: Margaret Brown, Kay Downey, Helen Freeman, Mary Ann Lillard, June Reed. 163 Founded in 1902 Left to Right: Nona Childress, Treasurer; Margaret Brown, Secretary; Janice Jones, President; Joan Moore, lst Vicet-Preside'nt; Marlene Little. 2nd Vioe-President; Martha Bowen, lst Vice-President. The Delta Zeta gals received a trophy in the Relay Car- nival for winning the sack race. Delta Zeta is represented in Pi Omega Pi, honorary Busi- ness fraternity, by Marlene Little who attended annual convention in Chicago over Christmas holidays. These gals ascended the scholarship ladder five rungs during 1954-1955. Members of the Dolphin Club are: MariHoyd Hamil, Barbara Abercrombie, Betty Tucker. Prexy Janice Jones was an O 81 W Coed 0f the Week. 1954 Convention candidate to Delta Zeta biennial con- vention in St. Louis, Missouri, was Janice Jones. Sigma Nu pinned is Mardy Oxendine. Engaged Delta Zeta1s are: Shirley Petty, KA; Marlene Little. Kay Downey is married-Pi Kappa Alpha. Founded in 1897 Seated, Left to Right: Shirley Smith, Vice-Presidvnt: Toby Thompson, President. Standing: Patsy Crockett, Treasurer; Harriet Spellings, Secretary. t The Kappa Deltahs have really been busy this year and have received many honors. Some of these are: Vice- President of Education Club, Jean Brady; All-Sing Ad- visory Board Member, Virginia Craft; Carnicus Advisory Board Member, Sally Dooley; Honorary Business Frater- nity members, Jean Brothers, Shirley Armstrong; Phi Eta Tau, Mary Sue Farmer, Sandy Harris; ASC Representa- tives, Shirley Smith, Sally Dooley, Sally McCauley, Vir- ginia Craft, Traditions Board Chairman; Representatives to Business Board, Shirley Armstrong, Sally McCauley, Secretary-Treasurer; Editor of hStrictly Business? Sally McCauley; President of Kittie Kain, Patsy Crockett; Vice- President of Mattie Kain, Sally Dooley; Treasurer of Mattie Kain, Virginia Craft; Secretary-Treasurer of House Senate, Patsy Crockett. Besides participating in the Sigma Chi Derby and win. ning of a relay, the Kappa Delta girls were in Finals 0f Carnicus7 1954. Testing our T-Zones! FIRST ROW: Jane Adams, Charlotte Alley, Shirley Arm- strong, Mary Lou Ashworth, J ane Beene, Peggy Beene, Har- riet Bell. SECOND ROW: Jean Brothers, Mella Burrage, Mary D01 Campbell, Barbara Connelly7 Patsy Crockett, Nancy Daniel, Sally Dooly. THIRD ROW: Sara Elder, Mary Sue Farmer, Gail Gilliam, Joyce Harville, Frances Haynes, Helen Hooper, Barbal" Jones. F OURTH ROW: Evelyn Jones, Micky Kibble, Louise Lowery, Virginia McCalla, Nancy McCleary, Elizabeth McCauley, Martha Mullen. FIFTH ROW: Alice Sawyer, Linda Sitzman, Shirley Smith, Harriet Spellings, Marilyn Stewart, Betty Street, Toby Thompson. SIXTH ROW: Jane Troutman, Joan Troutman, Jane Vaughn, Josephine Weaver, Margaret Williams, Pat Wrinkle, Louise Wyatt. NOT PICTURED: Virginia Craft, Sandra Harris, Jean Brady, Alva Branch, Jo Anne Clark, Elaine Ortlepp, Ruth Headden, Ann Parks. A T L E D 165 I66 Check those Biscuspids! FIRST ROW: Nickie Adkinson, Gene Marie Calloway, Jo Ann COX, Donna Darling, Jane MacDougal, Virginia Dykes, Betty June Ed- mondson, Betty Elam. SECOND ROW: Marion Felknor, Martha Fraker, Janice Garrett, Joan Gililand, Nancy Glaze, Sylvia Griffin, Jane Hazelwood, Carolyn Headrick. THIRD ROW: Frances Hodge, Dorothy Hoyle, Katherine Johnson, Ann Jones, Nancy Keller, Patsy Lambert, Peggy Lambert7 Carolyn Lennon. FOURTH ROW: Teresa Leonard, Connie Lloyd, Ellyn Lollar, Kay Love, Ann Lyons, Ruby Mayes, Ruth McCullough, Nancy McCullough. FIFTH ROW: Patricia Medly, Jane Mook, J0 Newcomba Marilyn Parker, Billie Sue Scandyln, Bea Schilz, Lucy Scroggie, Susan Shelton. SIXTH ROW: Joleen Silver, Norma Simpson, Barbara Swafford, Pauline Terry7 Mary Ann Turner, Carol Ward, Barbara Jo Williams, Shirley Williams. SEVENTH ROW: Joyce Workman, Georgia Worsham, Gail Wray, Carolyn Wyrick. NOT PICTURED: Mary Frerking7 Marlene Jett, Elizabeth Johnson, Shirley Jones, Betty Mynatt, Marilyn Parker, Connie Shirley, Audrey Wagner, JOAnne Cagle, Artie Mae Gillmore, Carolyn Jones, Barbara Mynatt. Founded in 1852 Glaze, Viee-President; Virginia Dykes, Treasurer. The Phi Mu gals have lots of pinned ones in their midst: Sylvia Griffin, Phi Gamma Delta; Katherine John- son, Sigma Chi; Pat Medley, Lambda Chi Alpha; Shirley Williams, Pi Kappa Alpha; Barbara J0 Williams, Lambda Chi Alpha; Carol Ward, Alpha Tau Omega; Billie Sue Scandlyn. Also girls who are engaged are: Peggy Lam- bert, Connie Shirley, Audrey Wagner, Jo Newcomb, Ellyn Lollar, Pinky Hoyle, Marian Felknor. Patsy Huff, Carol Chapman, Eleanor Harb, Patti Dixon. Pi Among the honors dished out, these L Phi Mu Ladies,, have received a big share: Joleen Silver, Apple Queen; Ellyn Lollar, ROTC Sponsor; Nancy McCullough, Pi Kappa Alpha Garter Girl; Mortar Board, ths Who. Torchbearer, Mary Freking; Carol Ward, Alpha Tau Omega Pledge Sweetheart; Nancy Glaze, Pi Lambda Theta, ASC Education Representative, WSGA Vice-Presi- dent. 167 Left to Right: Gene Callaway. Pledge Mother; Dorothy Hoyle, Secretary; Teresa Leonard, President; Nancy Left to Right: Patsy Rhyne, Recording Secretary; puru- lyn Junes, Treasurer; Jane Driskill, Vice-Presulent; Marsha Murphy, President; Liz Brown, Pledge, Super- Founded in 1867 visor. 55 m; The Pi Phihs, the youngest Greek group on the Hill, have made quite a place for themselves this year. This bunch is represented in about all the activities including All-Sing hnalsh1955. In honoraries there are: Pi Lambda Theta, Audrey Loy, Emily Turner; Phi Eta Tau, Jane Driskill, Patsy Huff, Carol Chapman, Eleanor Harb, Patti Dixon. Pi Delta Phi, Claire DeBarros, President, Carolyn Crouch, Treasurer; Phi Kappa Phi, Audrey Loy; Sigma Delta Pi, Carol Cress, Secretary; Kappa Chi, Patsy Huff, Jane Dris- kill, Susie Rose, Anita Wright; Dolphin Club, Pat Sheri- dan, Randy Gibbs. Other offices and activities: Marsha Murphy, 081W Coed of the Week, Mortar Board, Whohs Who, Torchbearer, J ennie Armstrong, Vice-President, Senior Class Secretary; Patsy Huff, Education Representative to ASC; Sarah Cul- bert, OHice Administration Club Secretary; Jennie Arm- strong, Treasurer. 168 Angels in Disguise FIRST ROW: Pat Ballard, Renhe Bird, Liz Brown, Carol Chapman, Carol Cress, Carolyn Crouch, Nancy Crouch, Shirley Cone. SECOND ROW: Sarah Culbert, Marie Dahne, Judy Davis, Claire DeBarros, Nancy Dillon, Patti Davis, Jane Driskill, Helen Fields. THIRD ROW: Alice Gabrielle, Margaret Grubb, Eleanor Harb, Bar- bara Hart, Nancy Hart, Laurice Holloway, Barbara Hopkins, Dorothy Jo Hooper. - FOURTH ROW: Patsy Huff, Julie Knight, Melba Lampley, Joan Leatherwood, Anne Lindsey, Audrey Loy9 Bess Marie McKenzie; Marsha Murphy. FIFTH ROW: Kathleen Myers, Barbara Neff, Thelma Newhart, Mar- garet Padgett, Doris Pope, Carol Ann Proaps, Patsy Rhyne, Katie Re- pass. SIXTH ROW: Susie Rose, Christine Sams, Anne Sheldon, Ann Shivers Eva Sue Shoun, Bibba Thomas, Emily Turner, Grace Twitty. SEVENTH ROW: Nancy J0 Wernert, Sarah White, Mary Margaret Williams, Anita Wright, Sydney Wright, Jane Wylie. NOT PICTURED: Grace MacDougal7 Pat Sheridan, Jo Ann Wexler Barbara Cox, Hopie Grubb, Carolyn Jones, Almeda Leydorf, Randy Gibbs, Maxine Seyfried, Lucy Hatmaken. BETA PHI 169 170 P11 be a dirty bird! FIRST ROW: Jo Anne Allison, Pat Armstrong, Frances Bolton, Betty Bush, Doris Byars, La Nieve Cartwright, Dolores Clark, Carol Dysart. SECOND ROW: Rachel Farr, Nan Ford, Georgianna Fruewald, Flos- sie Gore, Geraldine Grian, Carol Hadley, Kay Hayes, J0 Haynes. THIRD ROW: Peggy Halloran, Mary Ann Hansard, Judy Hollings- worth, Dorothy Ann Huskey, Shirley Ingle, Eleanor Jeter, Barbara Jones7 Jonnie Kiser. FOURTH ROW: Barbara Kist, Jean Loomis, Suzanne McCrary, Ann Massengill7 Star Mitchell, Clara Sue Moore9 Barbara Moore, Helen Moore. FIFTH ROW: Betty Poteat, Suzanne Ray, Lucretia Reed7 Barbara Rhyne, Carolyn Rice, Betty Sewell7 Anella Steelman, Eva Grace Stiles. SIXTH ROW: Jeanette Templeton, Jan H. Thomas, Mary Frances Turner, Davene Wainscott, Lucy West, Emory J0 Williams, Anne Claire Wingett. NOT PICTURED: Pat Abernathy7 Pat Kinzel, Rachel Perkins, Jo Ann Rhegness, Frances Sutton, Dot Thomas, Kay Bachman, Judy Copen- haver, Jackie Hubbard, Lee Marsh, Barbara Treadway7 Barbara Buck- ley, Denise Macklin, Sara Williams. Founded in 1874 Left to Right: Clara Sue Moore, President; Betty Sewell, 1st Vioe-President; Doris Byars, 2nd Vice- President; Gerry Grimn, Recording Secretary. The Sigma Kappahs have cleaned up on honors and ac- tivities this year as individuals and as a group. Their small group reached finals in All-Sing; they tied for third place in the Sigma Chi Derby. Pinned among the Sigma Kappas are: Pat Armstrong. Alpha Gamma Rho; Davene Wainscott, Alpha Tau Omega; Judy Hollingsworth, Pi Kappa Alpha. Engaged are: Jo Ann Rhegness, Sigma Chi; and Dot Thomas, Kappa Sigma. Individuals and their honors and activities are: Jan Thomas, Kappa Tau Alpha, Editor of the O 81 W, ths Who, Phi Kappa Phi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Mortar Board Secretary. Rachel Perkins, President of House Senate. President of Barbara Blount. Clara Sue Moore, Pi Omega Pi. Barbara Kist, Vice-President and President of Bar- bara Blount and ROTC Sponsor. Carol Hadley, Secretary of Pep Club. Pat Kinzel, Secretary of Kappa Chi. Anella Steelman, U. T. Beauty, Treasurer of Alpha Lambda Delta. 171 Left to Right: Bobby Sue Cain, Recording Secretary; Mary Jane Sharp, President; Jody Daniels, Vme-Presi- ZETA Founded in 1898 dent; Chris Bennett, Treasurer. The Zeta,s celebrated their 50th year at U.T. this year with a tea at the University Center. Smarties, Virginia Patrick, Joyce Sharp, and Chris Bein- nett are members of Phi Kappa Phi. Joyce Sparkman, Home Economics Club president and member of Omicron Nu was also a member of Mortar Board and was chosen as a Whols Who. Chris Bennett and Billie L011 Tarpley were also members of Omicron Nu. Jody Daniel was sweetheart of Kappa Psi Pharmaceu- tical Fraternity, and Dot Giles was an AFROTC Sponsor. Joyce Sharp, President of 0. A. Club, was also an asset to Beta Gamma Sigma. Prexy Nancy Moore also held the position of Sophomore Class Secretary. Active in Wesley Foundation was Ebie Smith, Chairman of publicity and props for the Wesley Players. 172 All together now ----- one, two - - FIRST ROW: Lynne Alexander, Barbara Bagwell, Billie Sue Barto Beverly Bayless, Chris Bennett, Louise Blackburn, Geneva Jo Blaze i Betty Ann Bryant. SECOND ROW: Bobbie Sue Cain, Ciscily Carter, Betty Jo Clark Nancy Cooper, Jo Ann Daniels, Mary Frances Drake, Peggy Douglass Dorothy Giles. THIRD ROW: Gail Coins, Mary Lee Core, Nancy Hinton7 Doroth Holt, Mary Hooper, Nancy Huffman, Nancy Johnson, Shirley Kenne FOURTH ROW: Helen Lamb, Barbara Ann Lee7 Jean Lohr, Ywai McMahan, Elizabeth Monroe, Nancy Lou Moore, Martha Neblet Virginia Sue Patrick. FIFTH ROW: Alice Peck, Shirley Presnell, Barbara Saylor, Billie An Sharp, Joan Sharp, Joyce Sharp7 Mary Jane Sharp, Jane Sims. SIXTH ROW: Ebie Smith, Glenda Smith, Sandra Snodderly, Maxin Spangler, Joyce Sparkman, Barbara Stonecipher, Bobbie Lou Tarple Betty Tipton. SEVENTH ROW: Pat Walker, Jane Wolfiel, Katie Whillock. NOT PICTURED: Sharon Broome, Pat Evans, Mary Emma Hear Janice Ausmus, Jeannine Lewis, Joan Sherrod, Eleanor Dixon. TAU ALPHA FRATERNITY RELATIONS BOARD First Bow: Yount, Baird, Blackett, Jefl'ers. Second Row: Odom, Reviere, Barlow, Jones, Freazs. Not Pictured: Cooper, Tate, Ealy, Monin, Gracy, Ayres, Stallings. MEMBERS Alpha Gamma Rho .................................... JOHN YOUNT Alpha Tau Omega ...................................... KEIM BAIRD Delta Sigma Phi ...................................... JACK COOPER Delta Tau Della ..................................... NORMAN TATE Kappa Alpha .......... h ................................... LEO EALY Kappa Sigma .................................... FRANK BLACKETT Lambda Chi Alpha .................................... LOYD JEFFERS Phi Gamma Delta ...................................... JACK ODOM 174 Phi Sigma Kappa ................................ HERMAN REVIERE Pi Kappa Alpha ........................................ BILL MONIN Pi Kappa Phi ............................................ JIM GRACY Sigma Alpha Epsilon ................................ BROWN AYRES Sigma Chi ......................................... KEITH BARLOW Sigma Nu .......................................... BARTON JONES Sigma Phi Epsilon .................................... HENRY FREAS Zeta Beta Tau ...................................... BOB STALLINGS . v-w Retiring President, Dave McSween congratulates Henry Miller tzml from lefO on his election to the presidency. Other 55 officers are Bob Smith, left, Secretary, and Frank Blackeet, VicePresident. The Fraternity Relations Board is composed of the president and a representative from each of the national fraternities 0n the University of Tennessee campus. This organization serves as a coordinator for the various fraternities and their activities, and they make the rules and laws which restrict and govern the activities of its members. The F. R. B. sponsors aGreek Week,9 which is climaxed with the crowning 0f the 6Tyreek Goddess." ttGreek Week, OFFICERS DAVID MCSWEEN .............................. President HERMAN REVIERE ......................... Vice-President JOHN YOUNT ........................ Secretary-Treasurer Weekly meeting irons out many of the fraternities problems is held in the fall quarter. The ttGreek Goddess? for this year is Patti Dixon. John Mosley, a former Dean of Students, found- ed the Fraternity Relations Board sixteen years ago. It still represents the purpose for which it was formed, namely keeping harmony among all fra- ternity men and governing all rushing, dances and other fraternity activities. Their present faculty ad- visor is Dean R. E. Dunford. F.R.B. members meet newly appointed Assistant Dean of Men, Charles Burchett, who replaced Joe Goddard. g ?dma F ounded in 1908 Seated, Left to Right: Travis Piemy, President; Bobb Raines, Vice- President and Social Chairman. Standing: Bob Purv s, Intramurals Manager; Rex Bracey, Rush Chairman; Boy Connor, House Manager; William Brown, Alum Secretary; Dan Culp, President of House Com- mittee; John Younf, Secretary. Alpha Kappa of Alpha Gamma Rho has been rolling at a steady pace with its social activities. Our two big par- ties of the Fall quarter were the nSlum Party,, and the pledge sponsored ttChristmas Party? We won the annual Lambda Chi Tug-o-war this year for the fourth consecu- tive year. Winter quarter featured a Birthday party to celebrate the end of four big years at U. T. and a Shipwreck party. The Spring quarter started our whirl of sororities in which we entertained a different sorority every two weeks until classes ended in June. Spring quarter featured a Western party, hayride, and annual Pink Rose Formal to round out the yeafs social activities. 176 FIRST ROW: D. A. Austin, Billy Ballard, L. B. Bracy, R. A. Bracy, W. H. Brown, Herbert Caldwell, John R. Corbin. SECOND ROW: Dan R. Culp, George S. Edwards, J . R. Falls, Robert F armer, Sam M. Gamble, J . R. Guice. THIRD ROW: Joe J .Harrison, W. L. Hickman, M. V. Ken- nedy, J erry K. Lee, J ohn J. Lee, Lewis Kinnard. FOURTH ROW: James Love, Dale Oliver, Richard T. Piercy, R. E. Purvis, Bobby Raines, J ohn E. Ripley. FIFTH ROW: H. R. Rochelle, L. B. Shore, Joe H. Taft, B. M. Trundle, J ohn W. Wetmore, J ohn R. Yount. NOT PICTURED: James Bookout, Larry Brinkley, Walter Cline, R. M. Commer, Charles Darnell, Paul Enoch, Ross Falls, A. K. McCartt, Gordon Morrow, Frank Osborn, David Patterson, J ames Price, F. O. Ragland, Boyd Ramsey, J ames Reynolds, Peter Scott, J im Williams, C. C. Wright. AMMA RH F ounded in 1865 Left to Right: Lewis Finley, Treasurer; Don Wyatt, President; VVat- kins Ewell, Chaplain; Hardie Roberts, Seoretary. 178 During the Fall quarter of ,544, 35 men were pledged; and these hav assumed various positions on the campus. Annual parties include the costume ball or Halloween party, Chris mas party which this year was highlighted by the crowning of 0 pledge sweetheart Miss Carol Ward. During the Winter we had 0 annual Valentine,s party, Founderis Day Banquet, and this Sprin the ATO Formal. Our year,s activities included intramurals, Carnicus, and 0th activities. In the Spring of 54 we finished second in intramural sof ball, and second in scholarship. We have various men in responsible positions on the campus. Wa kins Ewell is business manager of the Orange and White, represent tive-at-Large t0 the A11 Student Council, and on the junior counc 0f the t4Y3, Don Wyatt, our president, is past president of OD t and is a member of Scarabbean Society. Keim Baird is Liberal Ar representative to the ASC. We also have other men in other organiz. tions, such as Orange and White staff, Pep Club, Beaver Club, a the many college clubs. TAU OMEGA Top: Look what Santa brung Top: We take anything on a bet Center: So tired? Center: Playing it cool Bottom: Dry bones Bottom: WhaPs she smiling about? ALPHA TA U OMEGA FIRST ROW: Ray Adkins, Edwin Arnold, Keim Baird, William Beauchamp, Bobby Beene, Bob Berry, Sammy Bradshaw, James Brewer, Chester Brown. SECOND ROW: Bobby Butler, Dean Chase, J. J. Chaney, Gerald Davis, George Dilworth, Bill Doggett, Tom Dossett, Watkins Ewell, Huston Finley. THIRD ROW: Lewis Finley, George Flowers, Mack F orrester, Jerry Gibbs, Charles Gracy, Bobby Hailey, Phil Harper, Bill Holmes, Ray Hunter. F OURTH ROW: Frank Isle, Kenneth Jack, Paul Jackson, Horace Key, Milton Magee, Payson Mathews, John McAskill, Lloyd Mc- Daniel, J 06 McReynolds. FIFTH ROW: Jack Milini, Dick Miles, Frank Miles, Jimmy Moore, Phil Mynatt, J ack Newport, Lloyd Noble, A1 Partee, Franklin Pillow. SIXTH ROW: Jim Pryor, Hardie Roberts, Coleman Sawyer, Bob Schwartz, Richard Swaim, Robert Sorrell, Bob Summers, Frank See- ger, Robert Taylor. SEVENTH ROW: Donald Thompson, Sonny Tucker, Bryan Vann, Wilson Whitehead, L. E. Wrright, Bruce Wyatt, Don Wyatt, F rank Wyatt. NOT PICTURED: Max Crews, Baird Harris, Ralph Hughes, Frank Owens, Gary Surratt. nun Founded in 1858 Left to Right: Bill Hoskins, President; Charles Brantly, Vice-Presi- dent; Beauchamn Brogan, Secretary; Jutseph Prut'ka, Treasurer; Robert Tate, Corresponding Secretary. Delta Tau Delta started the year in a newly painted and decorated house. During the summer, several of the brothers repainted the entire house and gave the gDelta Dent, a new color scheme and added ttextras? After ttrush weekh a banquet was held at the Farragut Hotel for the new pledges. President Beauchamp Brogan presided and Dean Goddard was guest speaker. The following Saturday night the actives gave the pledges a party at the Delta Shelter. Then came the pledge-active football game. The actives went down in defeat as the pledges romped to a 12 t0 6 victory. Pledge King scored both touchdowns for his cohorts, while Bill Hoskins scored the activest lone touchdown on 3 p335 from ace quarterback John Roseland. Consequently, the actives had their dinner on the ttledgeh and treated the pledges by sponsoring a party for the loss. FIRST ROW: B. E. Brogan, Lonnie Brown, Joel Carter, Bill Cesareo. SECOND ROW: Dick Gray, Bill Green, Doug Heinz, Rick Hill. THIRD ROW: Bill Hoskins, Jim McCaulley, Mark McAl- lister, J erry Merritt. FOURTHtROW: Joe Prucka, Jack Schrankel, Jim Smart, Bob Tate. NOT PICTURED: Bob Barger, Dick Barker, Russell Brown, George Captain, Jerry DeLucca, Doh Elam, J ack Hill, Don Hummel, Bill King, Bill Lawhon, Bill Lawson, Ed Lawson, Larry Meyer, Bill Moody, Bob Moose, Maurice Parker, Pete Peletz, Tommy Rhen, Joe Roe, John Roseland, Bob Sims, Bob Smithers, Glen Thompson, A1 Weber, CIiH Williams. . A T L E D U A T 183 Founded in 1865 Left to Right: Eddip Nelson, Treasurer: Jim Crawford. President: Bob Smith, Vice-President; Connie Sisk, Secretary. TOAST TO ROBERT E. LEE Gbunder of Kappa Alpha Fraternitw Knights, Gentlemen, Brethren: Lift high your glasses here tonight, and in the liquid spotless as his fame, let us pledge for all time the SPIRITUAL FOUNDER OF KAPPA ALPHA ORDER ROBERT EDWARD LEE OF OLD VIRGINIA! MY K. A. GIRL Gweetheart Sony Herefs to my K. A. Girl, With her sparkling eyes of blue, Shek a daughter of old DIXIE LAND, And I know that shcfs loyal and true. Her smile is the sweet ray of sunshine, And her teeth steal the glow of the pearl. Shds an angel divine, Sent down to be mine, My K. A. girl. FIRST ROW: F rederic Barclay, Clarence M. Cottrell, Nathan Crawford, Kenneth Dun Blazier, Jere Scott Fitz-Gerald, Wil- liam C. Hayes. SECOND ROW: Joe Holder, Edward Hunter, William Jones, Roy P. J ones, Robert P. Matheney. THIRD ROW: Elbert S. Miller, A. P. $0nny,, Morris, Rich- ard Nance, Paul E. Nelson, Raymond Newbill. FOURTH ROW: Charles Richardson, Connie Sisk, Robert B. Smith III, James M. Valentine, Thomas Valentine. NOT PICTURED: Joe Chandler, James W. Crawford, Jac Davis, Edward Eden, Les Ely, Bill Holland, Howard Hooper Larry Irby, Hubert Killen, Curtis King, Danny Nolen, Gen Pendegrast, Gerald Raines, J im Talbert, Andrew Schockley A H P L A 185 KAPPA Founded in 1869 t W V "5 Climaxing a successful rush week with fifty new pledges, the ttHair Chested Meni, began a new year of bustling activities. In the fi month of school we established ourselves as a threat to win the Intr " 3;; mural trophy again this year by taking the tennis matches. Wa Woodworth, Tommy Barnette and Bob McDearman proved they we M tops after a long, hard fought tourney. Continuing in the same line, we took volleyball for the second co secutive year, and added ping pong and a surprise win in swimmi to our belts. At the end of the Fall Quarter we found ourselves leading the f ternities with a 2.23 overall in scholarship. This average was .11 poi better than the All Menis 2.12. Heading into Winter Quarter we began our yearly social seaso two headline parties being the Pajama Party and the Mardi Gras Part Seated, Left to Right: Jerry Crook, Grandmaster. Standing: Tom BUt for the fIrSt tlme in five years we failed to Cap Off the quarter W1 Roberts, House Manager; Jim Eikner, Awsistant Pledge Trainer; Don DeKorte, Grand Master of Ceremonies; Bobby Steward, Grand Prn- curator; Lawson Braswell, Grand Soribe; Gordon Sisk, Pledge Trainer. 3- Wln 1n AH-Slng, placing second. 186 SIGMA Top: Whafll you have? Top: Now I lay me down to sleep? Center: Grrrrrr! Center: Come on in! Bottom: Say something! Bottom: Wherek the chaperone? KAPPA SIGMA FIRST ROW: Dale Abel, Tom Abraham, John Allen, James Ander- son, Jim Apple, Ebo Baldwin, Jim Becker, Charles Belcher, Pete Billings, Frank Blackett, Bob Blackstock, Bob Bodenheimer. SECOND ROWE Bud Bohanan, Chris Bolieau, Edward Brantley, Law- son Braswell, George Burkle, Phil Burt, Bill Byars, Wayne Camp- bell, Jimmy Cavalaris, Ned Clapp, Frank Conaway, James Cowan. THIRD ROW: Jerry Crook, Stuart Cutting, Buddy Dees, Don De- Korte, Bill Dyke, Ralph Farmer7 Bob Ford, Jim Fowler, Wirt Gam- mon, Butch Caskins7 Dooley Gilchrist, Bill Gist. FOURTH ROW: Bobby Coodloe, Malcolm Gross, Art Harding, Jim Holladay, Horace Holmes, Leon Hooper, Dave Hopkins, GlennHouse- holder, John Huckaba, Tom Hughes, Paul James, Ben Jones. FIFTH ROW: Hugh Kopald, Bud Kelly, Carl Koella, Dick Ladd, Bill Largen, Bill Lawson, Bob Logan, Tom Lowry, Jim Lundy, Dwight McCawley, Bob McDearman, Paul McDonald. SIXTH ROW: Jim McLaughlin, Don McNeil, Allen Morgan, Mike Moyers, L. B. Murray, Jim Neal, Charlie Painter, DeWayne Phillipy, Adam Pollock, J ack Prince, J 0e Pryor, Dan Puckle. SEVENTH ROW: Bill Quillen, Tom Ramsey, Pearce Ray, J im Reece, Howard Reed, Tom Reeve, Doug Reineke, Buddy Rhea, Tom Roberts, Cliff Robertson, Bob Russell, Bob Ryan. EIGHTH ROW: Jim Sasser, Bill Searle, Happy Shadden, Gordon Sisk, Don Southern, Harvey Sproul, Renfro Sproul, Doug Stein, John St. J ohn, Fitzhugh Taylor, Norris Taylor. NINTH ROW: Mack Trotter, Mark Twilla, Charles Walker, Bob Ward, Tom Webb, Ray Weir, Walter Wise, Robert Williams, Del Wood, Wade Woodworth, Dick Young. NOT PICTURED: Lee Allen, Hugh Ammerman, Tom Barnett, A1 Black, Max Conner, Mickey Cooper, Sid Davis, Jim Eikner, Jim El- son, Richard Farmer, Len Grace7 Clayton Green, Jim Johnson, Ken Kavanaugh, Pat Kelly, Tom Lockett, Stan McAnalIy, Wayne Marsh, Dunbar Ohemig, Costa Regas, Frank Regas, Finley Seagle, Jim Shoffner, Don Severance, Baxter Sneed, Bob Steward, Roy Tarwater, Bud Thomas, Bill Walker, Jim Walls, Charley Wells, Bill Young, Chuck Zeiser. 189 LAMBDA Founded in 1909 Left to Right: Bub Steele, Social Chairman; Kermit Adainton, Sec- retary; Bill Duulis, President; Malcolm Moore, Treasurer; Bill Aber- nathy, Vice-President. 190 The year started with a bang for Lambda Chi Alpha when rush week yielded sixty pledges, the largest new pledges class on the campus. Among these was Bob Rule who was soon to be elected Hoe College? Not to be outdone by Bob, W. c. Hawkins poured on the speed to win the annual Freshman Race, 3 kiss from the band sponsor, and another trophy for the boys at 931 South 17th Street. This wasn,t all! With a little practice and a good yell, the best yell trophy was also won. The Fall Quarter saw the Epsilon-Omicron chapter sponsoring the annual Tug-O-War. The Pledge Dance was held before Thanksgiving and the annual Gay Nineties Ball was held the last of January. Initiation during the Fall Quarter saw Glen Moore receiving the honor of being the 500th man to be initiated into the chapter since Lambda Chi came on the Hill in 1932. A H P L A I H C ig charge V Hoorav : Easy boy ing a b Top : Center Plant Bottom lve ,em air : Fire! Top Gee, thanks G' Bottom Center . LAMBDA CHI ALPHA FIRST ROW: Bill Abernathy, Hardy Adams, Jerry Adams, Kermit Addington, Charles Atkinson, Edward C. Bird, Paul Birdwell, John Blair, Bill Bracy, Ray Barton. SECOND ROW: Bob Bratcher, Isaac Brown, Bill Bruhn, J ohn Brum- mitt, Marvin Carter, Sonny Coleman, Pete Condiles, J ohn Cross, J ul- ian Crowell, Bill Cunningham. THIRD ROW: Frank Darwin, Bill Dennis, Larry Dooley, Bob Dunn, Anthony Eatherly, Charles Edgar, Joe F ann, Don F innell, Bill Foster, Eugene Fox. FOURTH ROW: Owen Gentry, William C. George, James Coode, Paul Greene, Gleen Greer, Bill Grubb, Don Hanner, Baird Harris, Ernest Harris, A. O. Herrington. FIFTH ROW: Bob Hicks, Bill Hollingshead, Bill Hunt, Baird Irving, Bob J ackson, Lloyd J effers, Ernest Johns, Frank J ohns, Charles Kib- bons, Don King. SIXTH ROW: Carl Kinnard, Dave Kerksey, Marvin Lackey, J ohn Layne, Jack McNabb, J erry Mitchum, Malcolm Moore, George Ogles, Herb Parr, Jim Parsdns, Walter Porter. SEVENTH ROW: Carl Prentice, Gene Sanders, Jess Shaw, Larry Shelton, Buddy Sine, Bob Smith, Thane Smith, Mike Spahr, Bob Steele, J ohn Stevenson, Dorman Stout. EIGHTH ROW: Troy Stueck, Jim Talley, Sam Terry, Raymond Thaomas, J ack Thompson, Bill Upchurch, Ray Upchurch, Pick Wade, Buddy Wintker, Ted Woodall, Troy Wolfe. NOT PICTURED: Carl Archer, Don Binkley, John Bobo, Bill Bowen, Bud Bullock, Bob Burton, Lonn Burton, Carl Butts, Ray Caldwell, Bob Cassetty, Jack Compton, Leroy Cook, Garratt Cothern, Edd Cun- ingham, Roy Dehart, Dan Delius, Caius Dodd, Mac Dove, Jim Felix, Dick Gamble, J im Gerger, Max Gilbert, John Gordy, John Greeter, Bob Gregg, Steve Hagen, Austin Hanvy, J ohn Hannon, W. C. Hawk- ins, Buddy Hendnix, Sid Johnson, Dick Kastory, J une Kenny, Carl Leathers, Oliver Lee, Maurice Leggett, Donald Manlove, Al Molle, Don Monroe, Glen Moore, F. L. Mulkey, Monroe Nichols, Dennis Os- borne, Bill Chuarler, Dan Rather, Wayne Raymer, Harold Regan, Bill Ruhenon, Bob Robinson, Bob Rule, Bill Taylor, Dave Torbett, Jim Vandergriff, Dan Wade, Bob White, Fred Wichman, J ack Willis, Bill Williams, Ray Wilson, Ray Wright, Carl Yeaman, Eddie Yend. 192 Founded in 1848 The men on Cumberland Avenue were most fortunate in comin back to a renovated fraternity house this fall. We all owe a great de of gratitude to our alumni association for these new repairs. Fall Quarter was one of many parties for the Fijis. Aside from on of-town football trips our annual parties llPorkus Hammus," llAra bian Nights," and llApachef were held. Winter Quarter was relatively quiet at the house. This quarte however, had its bright spots with a bingo party, a stag party, an a pledge retreat. We all bent our heads to the books to try and pull up our average knowing full well that spring is no time to do it. Spring saw elections, the fraternity formal, and our annual Pi Dinner, which celebrates the founding date of Phi Gamma Delta. We waved fond farewells to our seniors and those going to servic Left to Right: Robert Harper, Historian; Ben Black, Corresponding . -, H Al 'V ' 1' 3'1 t; J l J 'a T acurer; Gur' - . ?etretum , la" loxggzk, fgifgggng fglgnf'glf "' re W 3 We are all lookmg forward to another blg year for the F1115. GAMMA DELTA Top: Look what we roped! Top: Mama wonN you dance with me? Center: Lucky girls? Center: Fiji Football Hall of Fame Bottom: Wheres the dancing girls? Bottom: Cold hands, warm heart, dirty feet PHI GAMMA DELTA FIRST ROW: Cary Adams, Edward Anderson, Bill Biddle, Ben Black, Fred Bright, Hunter Cagle, William Caldwell, Sonny Coppock, James Cowan III. SECOND ROW: Gene Cox, Lynn Craig, Maurice Crenshaw, C. H. Crockett, Jerry Crossno, Leon Daniel, J ohn David, Sonny Dennison, George Dominick. THIRD ROW: Paul Dominick, Bill Durland, Frank Eager, Allen El- liot, Bob Fabian, Gene Fair, Howard Fields, Jim Foglesong, Ernie F orsten. FOURTH ROW: Bill Greer, James Frazier, John Fraker, Charles Gregory, Burt Gronseth, Bob Hamilton, Bob Harper, Bob Harris, Graham Hemmeter. FIFTH ROW: Grant Hunt, Bob Hutchins, Lowell Jakes, Ben Janes, Bud Jenkins, Bud Kelly, Harold Koenig7 Paul Kyker, Ed Lay. SIXTH ROW: Don Leeson, John Lockridge, Ken Markes, Donald McCall, Mac McCartt, Ban McCeney, Pete Miller, Don Moneyhun, Robert Moore. SEVENTH ROW: King Morton, George Moss, Robert Moss, Max Myers, David Oakley, Jack Odom, Tom Odom, Dick Oglesby, John Peters. EIGHTH ROW: Chester Phillips, Tommy Redding, Ivan Riley, J ohn Ed Roberts, W. E. Robinson, Bill Roever, John Rose, John Ruble, Phil Rugg. NINTH ROW: Luttrel Schettler, John Scott, Freddie Shoemaker, Cecil Smith, Dual South, Guy Strickler, Gene Switzer, Bod Toomey, Park Tyler. TENTH ROW: Louis Veal, Leo Walker, Dickey Wiesenhuegel, Knox Williams, Malcolm Williams, Dick Wright, Philip Shelley, Tom Wyinegar, Sam Zimmerman. NOT PICTURED: Johnny Armstrong, Frank Hall, Phil Harrold, Ed Newell, Bruce Webb, Bob Wright. Q . PHI Founded in 1873 .A Left to Right: Doug Bowers, House Manager; Tim McClary, Secretary; Noland Fields. President; Lyle Teazue, Vice-President; David smith, Treasurer; Bob Greene, Sentinel. Phi Sigma Kappa was founded nationally on March 15, 1873. Th national Hower is the red carnation and the colors are silver an- magento. The Phi Sigs were very prominent in the founding of home coming. At the present time, there are sixty-two chapters of Phi Sigm Kappa, the most recent chapter being installed at East Tennessee Stat College. The first chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa was founded in th New England States. The national headquarters is in Chicago, Illinois Among the several social events held during the year were th annual Founders Day Banquet, the Carnation Ball at Deane Hill, an a costume party during the Winter Quarter. The spring party wa held at Lee Lakes. Outstanding Phi Sigs are Dennis J. Roberts, Governor of Rhod Island; Arnold Gingrich, publisher of Esquire magazine; Cedri Foster, Mutual Broadcasting System news analyst; Dr. William F RienhoH, 11:, surgeon at Johns Hopkins Hospital; Harold Bradley head basketball coach of Duke University; H. Randolph Maddox Vice-President of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company 198 SIGMA KAPPA Top: . . . and bring your checkbook Top: You lost, doll Center: Ginger ale, anyone? Center: Cheese Bottom: Oh, mama! Bottom: were fresh out of those, honey PHI SIGMA KAPPA F IRST ROW: John Amos, Frank Blackistone, Doug Bowers, Allen Bradford, Beverly Brumbaugh, Donald Burton, Drake Bush, Grover Cain. SECOND ROW: Dan Capps, Richard Chapman, Sammy Clinton, Dallas Conan, James Carroll, James Davis, Leonard Deadman, Da- vid Dean. THIRD ROW: Roy Duncan, Noland Fields, Joe Fincher, Marcus Franklin, Halbert Coolsby, Dan Grantz, Bob Greene, John Haffey. FOURTH ROW: Tommy Hardin, M. B. Hicks, Payton Hodges, Lee Jacobs, Harry J ones, Ed Lockett, Ronald Lockett, Ben Lyle. FIFTH ROW: Conrad Majors, James Mankin, William May, Tim Mc- Crary, Edward Millard, Charles Mounger, James Moyers, Ed Mul- liniks. SIXTH ROW: Jack Mulliniks, Ben Mynatt, Bill Mynatt, Joe Naifeh, James Nicholson, Jerry Nine, Don Phipps, Don Pierce. SEVENTH ROW: Harold Pierce, Herman Reviere, Douglas Rose- berry, Billy Jack Sams, Richard Schnabel, Tom Schuetz, William Sears, Charles Sexton. EIGHTH ROW: J ames Sexton, Tommy Shirley, J ack Spalding, Tom Sweeten, Jack Thurman, Richard Waters, Clement Wilson, Douglas Wylie. NOT PICTURED: Bob Ackridge, Richard Allen, Byron Bounds, Cuniss Brown, Leslie Browning, J ohn Carson, J immy Carter, Robert Chittum, J ames Cloyd, Charles Coffey, Bradley Couch, Bert Cunning- ham, George Cunningham, Bill Cromer, Jimmy Demo, Jack Earn- hardt, Rudy Elam, Harvey Frost, Gene Gardner, David Garland, Bob Glascott, Harry Helton, Paul Helton, John Humphrey, Bill Hurst, Carroll Lingerfelt, Andrew McFadden, Mickey McCord, Thomas Mot- tern, Howard Moon, Allen Mynatt, Joe Mynatt, Jack Pate, Ken Pot- yen, Harold Powell, Richard Powell, J ames Price, Tom Priest, Charles Rader, Frank Raulston, Greer Raulston, Harley Reel, Phil Ritten- house, James Scott, David Sellers, David Smith, Jerry Smith, Joe Thomas, Lyle Teague, Bill Travis, Charles VandenBulk, Bill Young. 200 K 34 i3 $me PI F ounded in 1868 The Pikes have had a very prosperous year. As AlI-Sing and Carnicu passed, the PiKa,s held two second place honors. As the F all Quarte rolled around the homecoming decorations began to go up aroun the various fraternity houses, and the Pikes won the honors for th- second year. One more win will retire the trophy to our mantle. Zeta chapter came forth from their national convention with . placque honoring them for doing the most for the community as fa as public service was concerned. The members of PiKA have starte the year off by selling chances for the Knoxville Symphony Orchestr and sold more than any other group. This is just the first step towar their attempt to win the service award again this year. The Pikes are all looking forward to the future when they hop to have a new fraternity house. As soon as plans are arranged con cerning fraternity ttrowi, the brothers and pledges of 1305 W. Cline Left to Right: Payne Parsons, Treasurer; Eugene McGowan, Secretary; , , . Tom Wane, President; Frank Gracie, Vlce-PreSitIent. are planning on movmg to a new ultra-modern re51dence. 202 KAPPA ALPHA Top: For that clean kool taste . . . Top: Doin9 the new raccoon! H Center: Donn fill it too full Center: Wherek the ballot? Bottom: Ouch! Bottom: W7herek George? : gay 0 PI KAPPA ALPHA FIRST ROW: Ted Baker, Larry Beach, George Bishop, Bob Brown, Bob Bryson, Ronnie Bullard, John Campbell, Gary Caylor. SECOND ROW: Charles Cowden, Hugh Dodds, Jim F agan, Vince Fisher, Tyler Ford, Frank Grace, Jim Hasselle, Malvin Harrison. THIRD ROW: Dick Hearn, Brandon Holland, Marvin Hollaway, C. E. Johnson, Dan J ohnson, J ames Johnson, Lynn Johnson, Frank Long. FOURTH ROW: Gene Lyons, Reed Mabe, Randy Mansfield, Charles Marshall, J ack McCraw, Bill McDonald, Gene McGowan, Bill McKoy. FIFTH ROW: William McLean, Dave McSween, C. C. Milan, Tom Monroe, Bill Moore, Fred Myers, Pete Palmer, F ayne Parsons. SIXTH ROW: Bill Ray, Dick Rein, Jerry Robison, Jim Rundle, Barry Smith, Dave Stewart, Tim Sullivan, Charles Tarrant. SEVENTH ROW: Ronnie Taylor, J ack Thomas, John Thomas, Bill Upchurch, Bill Walters, Tom Wade, Ray Weathersby, Cliff Williams, George Woodbury. NOT PICTURED: Roger Bradley, Hugh Broome, Malcolm Colditz, Gary Davis, Conley Dykes, J ohn Farrell, Bob Greer, Harry Hendrix, J ack Hite, Richard Hurt, Charles Loveday, Bill Locke, Bill Monin, J ohn O,C0nnor, Tom Orton, Bill Parker, Bob Quave, Larry Scott, Bob Smith, Leroy Smith, Campbell Smoot, Ed Wallace, Bill Weller. 39; $53; $533 204 mm IN $5 m Mm zuwwwmuua A 205 Founded in 1856 Left to Right: John Fuqua, Recorder; Henry T. V. Miller, President; Ken Porter, Vice-President; Bill Rather, Treasurer. The Sig Alphs started off the Fall Quarter making a strong bid to the Intramural Trophy. The Fall sports were hi-lighted by the on standing tennis performance of Webster Riggs and Dick Rogers i taking the doubles event and the aquatic prowess of the 200-yard rela team which broke the school record. In Carnicus, Sigma Alpha Epsilon has proven itself to be amon the best as evidenced by last yearis smashing victory. The social season was started with a hang with the annual iiCon federate Bally Authentic sideburns, hoop skirts, and confederate un' forms were the order of the day. Tennessee Kappa Chapter oHiciall seceded from the Union at 8:00 P.M. and re-entered at 12:00 mic night. The 5possum hunt was soon to follow and, to no one,s surpris not a 7possum could be found. The next big event on the calende was the Winter Legacy Party. The girls moved into the house fo the night and a party given in their honor was topped off the nex day with church and dinner on Sunday. The final event was the Dinne Dance. ALPHA EPSILON You're covered ace! Top: Seconds or thirds anyb y? Center: She d Cente Twist it! Bottom: Meeting called 0 order Bottom: And a good time was had by all SIGMA ALPHA EPSIL 0N FIRST ROW: Boyd Arthur, Cameron Brackney, Fred Brackney, Robert Brandau, Regionald Brandon, Doyle Burdine, Nat Burkhart, Mack Burkhart. SECOND ROW: G. C. Burr7 Ed Bynum, Richard Cason, G. P. Chand- ler, Charles Cox, John Cox, Thad Cox, Frank Croslin, Jr. THIRD ROW: Virgil Crowder, J12, Gerard Curtin, Robert Donnell, Edward Fisher, Collin Fox, Harold Frincke, J ohn Fuqua, Clyde Gay. FOURTH ROW: George Gettys, Richard Gibbs, James Green, Walter Hines, Bill Hidalgo, Allen King, James Lee, Powell Lindsey, Robert Logan. FIFTH ROW: John Luther, Roscoe Maggart, J r., Jerry Majure, Joe Manley, Robert Matlock, James Mayberry, Keith McCord, John Mc- Donald, David McWherter. SIXTH ROW: Henry T. V. Miller, Charles Murphy, William Owen, Norton Patterson, Charles Pettway, James Porter, Joe Rainey, Billy Rather, Bill Reeves. SEVENTH ROW: Jim Rhodes, William Rice, G. W. Ridenour, Wil- liam Riggs, David Rupley, Henry Schroeder, Ancil Silvey, Charles Snepp, Robert Stewart. EIGHTH ROW: David Stubley, Paul Thompson, Powell Trotter, George Threadgill, Wayne Walpool, Charles Walker, Lewis Walker, Robert Wood, Bill Yates. NOT PICTURED: Joe Anderson, Paul Aycock, William Aycock, Morgan Ayres, Terrell Ayres, Robert Byington, Al Chavannes, Mead Cox, Wayne Davis, Allen Deaver, Donald Dempster, Charles Dickin- son, David Eldredge, J oseph Fosick, Edward Foster, Robert Frost, Arthur Gieselmann, Robert Gipe, Douglas Gray, Horace Harper, Charles Haynes, Charles Jones, John Malone, Cecil McMinn, John Morton, Patrick Moyers, William Newman, Charles McGee, Hall Oakley, Edric Owen, Charles Ozier, Willis Partee, John Pelton, Arthur Phelphs, William Ralston, Thomas Raulston, Shane Roy, J r., Robert Smith, Ira Spraker, James Stidham, Isaac Stine, Richard Sweeney, Kyle Testerman, Fred Toole, Eugene Webb, Joe Wood, Marion Yarbrough. Founded in 1855 Left to Right: Jennings W'agner, Pledge Trainer; Ed Boywid, Secre- tary; Clark Roberts, Vice-President; Jim Culp, President; Don Nebletl, Treasurer. SIGMA Sigma Chi celebrated its 100th anniversary this year. And fort U-T chapter the White Cross shone as bright as ever. This was the year, among others, that the Sigs captured the intr mural basketball trophy in a clean sweep. This was the year of t small group entry in All-Sing finals. This was the year of the bigge and best Derby. This was the year of the Sailor Party, Sweethea Ball and Blue and Gold Ball. This was the year . . . When this years Derby rolled around, the weather was cold b the coeds were in shape. iiSouth 0f the Border,7 was the theme an the events a riot of competition With the ADPis winning. In the sa weekend, the Sigs introduced Sammie Lynn Scandlyn, Tri-Delt, . the new Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. She was presented at the dan at Norris Community Center. The Sigs and guests rocked and rolled at the big formal of the yea the Blue and Gold Ball held April 1 at Dean Hill Country Club. Many Sigs, as usual, walked away with individual honors on t campus-ePresident of Senior Class, Scarabbean, Omicron Del Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Air Force ROTC Wing Commander, varsi football and basketball . . . And thus Sigma Chi starts its second one hundred years . . . 210 I C tough all over : Things is Top Center 1c! Top: Let the good times roll-h All I want for Christmas : Good Boy Center Bottom: Shake - rattle, and roll -up - and away Up Bottom F e , , $1; w , ! $$$ 3 4w, 4 a x? m tr r1 ti. Ewa ii ; , Q xmwx v ma Avg wgaxwaxgh L Lummwamisf , y a SIGMA CHI F IRST ROW: Stocton Adkins, Bill Alexandra, Tom Ayres, J 0e Bag- well, Joe Barlow, Keith Barlow, Jr., Bill Bennett, Raymond Bell, Ed Black, Ed Boywid. SECOND ROW: J ack Brakebill, Charles Brooks, Bill Burkhart, J ohn Burrell, Ray Carden, Tom Chambers, Rufus Clifford, Doug Cormwell, Bill Crowder, J im Culp. THIRD ROW: Dick Cundy, Tommy Davidson, Harold Dorcht, J im Dotson, Gary Drimmon, J ohn Driskeill, William Ralph Dupree, Larry Durish, Don Edwards, Wally Edwards. FOURTH ROW: Ross Fann J r., Phil Farrow, J im Fields, Terrell Field- en, Carson Frazer, Hubert Gangl, Jr., Bob Cleaves, George Goose- man, Bill Cross, Jim Guess. FIFTH ROW: Herbert Hall, Bill Hall, Sidney Helms, George Hollo- day, Tommy Hord, Chris House, Ben Howard, John Howe, Gene Huber, Ray Jenkins. SIXTH ROW: George J ohnson, Bill Kincaid, Charles Kirby, Ronnie Lyons, John Majors, Gene Maness, Perry McCallen, Bill McClellan, David McKenney, Roger McWhorter. SEVENTH ROW: Mike Miller, Andy Morton, Charles Morton, David Morton, Don Neblett, Bill Neavans, Tommy Newton, Barry Poe, Bob Reeverts, Clark Roberts. EIGHTH ROW: Tommy Roddy, Buddy Rodgers, J im Rouse, Bob Seaton, J 06 Sellers, Don Sherwood, Taylor Stamps, Mike Stone, J ohn Sterchi, J ohn Temple. NINTH ROW: Jim Treadwell, Bill Van Hooser, Jennings Wagner, Dennis Waldrop, Bob Walker, Ernie Walker, Bill Watkins, Mitchell Watson, J ohn Wilford, Nye Williamson. NOT PICTURED: G. T. Ballenger, Brownie Barlow, William Bell, John Bowelle, Tom Bronson, Frank Carringer, George Chandler, J im Cox, BrandtDavis, Wayne Davis, Buddy Dickerson, Keith Drummond, Lee Durand, Hugh Garner, Larry Garner, Bill Horn, Gene Horn, Jim Johnston, Kilgor Le Quire, Joe McAfee, Frank McCrosky, J ohn Mc- Dade, David McKenzie, Barry McKinnon, Jerry McWhorter, J 0e Moody, Tommy Newman, Dick Potts, Bill Rook, Henry Sammons, Pat Scruggs, Bob Skinner, Bob Sterchi, Bill Spoon, Bob Spoon, J erry Swain, H. L. Towsand, David Vaughn, Jerry Vaughn, Wiley Walker, J im White, Howard Wilson, Bob Yobaggy, Eddie Young. 212 Founded in 1868 Left to Right: James W'nrdley, Treasurer; E. Douglas Gilmer, Com- mandor; R. Wyatt Curlew, Vice-Commander; Thomas N. Farrell, Seoretary. The ttLion Tamers7, started off the school year with a loud hang. The first project of the quarter was a large marble patio and sun deck which is wonderful for teas, dancing under the stars, and other such entertainment. Our White Rose Ball at Hillvale Country Club on November 19 was a big success and everyone enjoyed dancing to the music of the ttlllusionairsf Our White Rose, Barbara Jones, was crowned by Congressman Howard Baker, the first President of EH chapter. Our Halloween stunt 0f ttfindingt, a 6-foot python and killing it in the front yard caused panic and considerable concern to the Knox- ville Police Force. After the Christmas holidays we had many sororities over for small parties, and fun was had by all. On January 29, we had a small ttgam bling,, party and guests and members came dressed as tthoods: uroguesf and ttmollsf, The 26th of February brought about anothe costume party. March 5th was our biggest party of the Winter quarter. During Spring Quarter we held our Creole Ball at the fraternit house. Aw gee whiz Top: Aw come on, dank be bashful! Center: Anybody seen Charlie Center: It ainR exactly Niagara, but Bottom: Have you seen this one? Bottom: Come on over to our house SIGMA NU FIRST ROW: Bob Amick, Leroy Anderson, Steve Badgett, Dale Blazer, Bob Brengle, Harry Brown, R. Wyatt Corlew. SECOND ROW: Glen Eanes, Charles Emory, Thomas Farrell, Ed- ward F arrell, Douglas Gilmer, Ken Grubb, Dave Hall. THIRD ROW: Charles Harrell, Bernard Hartman, Bill Hay, Law- rence Haynes, William R. Holden, Robert Hunter, Barton J ones. FOURTH ROW: William Ledgerwood, John Lockhart, William Marshall, Evan Minier, Powell Partridge, Nib Pelot, Edgar Rawlings. FIFTH ROW: George Reece, Bill Roberts, Bernie Smith, Kenneth Thornton, Carl Thorpe, J ames Wardley, Carter Williams. NOT PICTURED: Bruce Armstrong, Jim Broome, Joe Eve, Sam Farmer, J 0e Gamble, Walter M. Jarvis, Robert Mouron, John Rich- ardson, Cary Stewart, Jim Wade, Bill Wages, Frank Warner, Alvin Webb, J 06 Williams. 216 Founded in 1901 SIGMA Left to Right: Jim Daniel, Comptroller; Bub White, Vit-e-Presidernt: lhul Pennington, President; Bob Ballard, Historian; Dave Cottrell, Secretary. 218 The men of Tennessee Alpha are celebrating their forty-second yea on the campus. Recently a new chapter was installed at East Tennesse State College becomnig the lirst national fraternity to be admitted t that school. Ye olde Shebeen has been the scene of many parties in the past year 'BE's'iTiEchweekEHd partiFEZFthE hngsfthe 5i; 1315; jEEEd FOE Ridge for the annual Cinderella Ball and t0 Gatlinburg for the big Spring F ever Party. The grand-daddy of all parties is coming soon though, and the men behind the big Red Door are oiling up their siid shooters and dusting off their ten-gallon hats. This is a sure sign tha the big Frontier Party is not far off. During this gala occasion th Sig Ep House literally becomes a part of the old West, climaxed hi the selection of the Frontier Girl. It has not been all play and no work, however. Sigma Phi Epsilm moved from fourteenth to fourth in fraternity scholarship standing in the Fall Quarter. Another trophy adorns the trophy case as th result of placing in the finals of Carnicus this spring. This year we won the small group trophy for All-Sing. Also, thi past fall we made the finals of Homecoming. PHI EPSILON : Through these portals walk our queens Top: The morning after the night before Center: Time out, for a coke? Center: No holding in the clinches Bottom: Men of the world Bottom: High and dry SIGMA PHI EPSILON FIRST ROW: Bob Ballard, Steve Bosland, William Boyd, James Burch, J oseph Cappiello, Bob Chambers, J 0e Clayton. SECOND ROW: J ames Clayton, David Cottrell, Bill Craig, J im Dan- iel, Frank Dossett, Robert Daugherty, J im Drake. THIRD ROW: Donald Duckworth, Bill Easterday, Harold Edwards, Allen Elkins, P. D. Evans, A1 Ferguson, Henry Freas. FOURTH ROW: Cordon Goodgame, Joe Harb, Bob Hansard, Bill Hart, Dan Haynie, Aubrey Johnston, Devere Lawerence. FIFTH ROW: Bob McBride, Mack Miles, Dan Monger, J oe Monger, Sammy Noe, Myron Peck, J ohn Pennington. SIXTH ROW: Bob Pickel, Burl Rainwater, Earl Rainwater, Ben Rogers, Chatham Ross, Tom Sentell. SEVENTH ROW: Hubert Shuptrine, Will Smith, Bob Trent, Bob Ungerecht, Bill Williams, Bob White. NOT PICTURED: Jim Artman, Hugh Bell, Maurice Cantrell, Steve Cowan, Lamont Cruze, Charles Egbert, Sidney Gilbreath, Ed Godzak, Jim Gray, Bud Hancock, Gene Igou, Merle Johnson, J ack Littleton, Ted Lundy, Jimmy Marine, Lockwood Marine, Bill Medlin, Bill Rambo, Pat Reavis, Harold Richardson, Ernie Rochat, Larry Ship- wash, J ames Wilkerson, Tom Wilkie. 220 .ILL 221 DELTA SIGMA PHI Founded in 1899 OFFICERS MAX HURST .......................President JOE SHANNON ................. Vice-Presidem FRANK KERSNOWSKI ................ Secretary ROBERT CLARK ..................... Treasurer DON BODEKER ............... Sergeant-at-Arms MEMBERS Buster Andre Max Hurst Dan Bodeker Pres Kendall Hugh Cardell William Malone Robert L. Clark Norman Moore Jack Cooper Eric Patterson John Cvetnick Joel Petty Billy Dedmon Harold Sanderson Robert Easter Joseph Shannon Royce Espey Grady Stevens Bob Hain John Thompson John Hainor J. D. 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Q 5.3.3::- .Cmomsah CZHZZd-n 19G 2.29:: .5254 73:527. 55:5: 52:..st TENN. 19; XVIISS. ST. 7 : The sophomore-studded Vol team opened its 1954 cam- paign in grand fashion as they blasted Mississippi State, it 19-7. Sparked by Sophomore John tDruml Majors.9 per- formance which included an 80-yard touchdown gallop, the Vols gave one of the finest openinguday performances in , U. T. football history. Paced by a stiff defense and a strong offense that showed "L 5, only an occasional weakness in the blocking department, the K , Vols proved to the football world that a "green,9 team can win. The spirited play of the U. T. linemen and the bril- , liant operation of the backfield was more than the Maroons I 131,- could cope with. Perhaps the outstanding lineman for the Vols was Keith Drummond. a junior end from Mt. Pleasant. Texas. The rangy end made a clean block of a Maroon punt giving U .T. possession on Stateis one-yard line. and moments later he re- covered a Vol fumble in the end zone for the first U. T. score. The Vol backs also gave a fine account of themselves. Jimmy Wade and Tom Tracy made several beautiful runs, 't and in the second backfield Pat Oleksiak looked very good in his debut at the fullback post. Passing from a spread A formation. Oleksiak kept State,s defense busy all afternoon. K The Vol starting line-up saw Roger Urbano and Ed Can- "t trell at ends. Bob Williams and Capt. Darris McCord at bk tackles, Charles Coffey and Bruch Burnham at guards :7 Charles Scholes at center, and Jim Beutel at blocking back. 71' Ed Codzak at wingback, Tom Tracy at fullback, and Jimmy ii Wade and John Majors handled the tailback slot. t TENN. 6; DUKE 7 A gallant hand of Tennessee Vols played one of their a V: greatest games as they lost to powerful Duke by one slim i point. 7-6. Duke. rated a 20 point favorite over the Vols. must have felt pretty lucky when the last whistle blew, for the Vols forgot all statistics and played a magnificent brand of ball for the full sixty minutes. The Vol standout against the Blue Devils was fullback Tom tThe Bombl Tracy, who raced 28 yards for the most beautiful run of the game and the Volis only touchdown. The Birmingham, Michigan flyer made the Blue Devils , shimmer as he broke through their defenses for several beautiful gallops. Right beside Tracy was the sophomore sensation, tailback John tDruml Majors. With the Volsi first string tailback, ' Jimmy Wade, sidelined. the Huntsville Hammer again per- formed brilliantly. On several plays just one more block would have sent Majors all the way. Up front it was tackle John Gordy who rocked the Blue Devils back with several bone-shaking tackles. Also playing a magnificent game were Capt. Darris McCord, Bob Scott, Bruce Burnham. Bill Hubbard, Charles CoiTey, Charles Ra- der and Bob Williams. Especially pleasing to the Tennessee supporters was the great defensive play of the ends, Rogert Urbano, Ed Can- trell. Keith Drummond, Bob Fry and injured Ron Gust were very effective against the split-T attack of Duke. CAPTAIN DARRIS MCCORD 2 , ROGER URBANO TOM TRACY BOB BRENGLE JERRY DeLUCCA Back Tackle TENN. 20; CHATT. 14 A scrappy University of Chattanooga football team threw a scare into the Vols before going down in defeat, 20-14. The upset determined Mocs were even-steven in points with the Vols till the last five minutes of the game, when speedy Tom 11The Bombai Tracy dashed off 74 yards with a beautiful, brilliant touchdown run. This saved the day for the Big Orange after they had two touchdowns called back for rule infractions. Tracy was helped by Captain Darris McCord, who threw . murderous blocks all afternoon. McCord played another of his usually fine games by tangling up the Chattanooga de- fense and displaying his good leadership. In playing a great game, Tracy gained a net of 112 yards 1; in ten carries against Chattanooga, to run his total for the I V year to better than 250 yards. He continues to lead the Vols in scoring. John ltDrumil Majors played another brilliant game while substituting for injured Jimmy Wade. One of his break-away i touchdown dashes was called back and this helped keep the score close. TENN. 0; ALABAMA 27 The Vols just couldnlt get going today as the Crimson Tide administered oHensive perfection and defensive de- V struction to win, 27-0. Quarterback Albert Elmore and halfback Bobby Luna did everything that great football players are supposed to do as they paced a four touchdown scoring spree. They literally broke up what was supposed to be an even ball game. They made shackles of our offense, and so furious was the Tide defense in the last two periods that Tennessee was able to net but one first down. The Tide was superior in all depart- ments as they showed their rejuvenated strength before a crowd of 45,000. Leading the Vol defenders was Captain Darris McCord, who actually played one of his greatest games. He was the most deadly of all Vol tacklers, and played aggressive ball all afternoon. John ltDrum,l Majors, a constant threat and one that the Alabama defense had been pinpointed to watch, netted 80 yards to take the ground gaining honors for Tennessee. Tom Tracy slowed by hard tackling almost broke away for one long run. The statistics show the vast difference in the game. Ala- bama got 19 first downs against four; gained 312 yards on ' the ground to Tennesseels 146; netted 100 yards on forward L passes while Tennessee gained 36. Alabama intercepted four Vol passes for another 141 yards. CIIARLEY COFFEY KEITH DRUMMOND JOHN MAJORS ROX GUST Guard End Back End ?K First Down! I TENNaEHB N.C.19 Tom 2The Bombii Tracy showed the North Carolina Tar- heels nothing but his heels as he led the U. T. Volunteers to a 26-19 victory. The spectacular running of 2The Bomb,, convinced the Associated Press that he was one of the best, as they voted him the 1Back of the Week? Tracy dashed t0 the Tarheel goal line three times on runs of 82, 71, and 43 yards. The beautiful 82-yard run was called back, however, for a 15-yard holding penalty, 2The Bomb" would have set a new SEC record if this run had been legal, because he gained 192 yards in 14 carries against the Tarheels, and the record is 267 yards, set in 1937. However, Tracy was by no means the only Vol to shine against a much improved Carolina team, as Bobby Brengle dashed 80 yards on a punt return for another six points. His run was made possible by a beautiful block thrown by Hugh Garner, who plowed under the safety-man, with one of the most vicious blocks of the afternoon. Ends Urbano, Cantrell, Gust, and Hines turned in superb jobs also. John Gordy and Charles Radar tackles, contin- uously haressed the Carolina backfield. An all-round performance gave the Vols a victory which made them look like a true Tennessee team. TENN.14;DAYTON'7 Patient and determined Bobby Brengle, playing in the twilight of a collegiate career that has been shadowed by the brilliance of other Vols, reaped his hour of glory on this afternoon as he led the Vols to a 14-7 victory over an under- rated Dayton football team. It was a yeoman performance by Brengle that paced the Volunteers to their two touchdowns. The scrappy senior scored the first touchdown and went all but three yards for the clincher in the final period. Brengle, substituting for injured tailbacks John Majors and Jimmy Wade, was the big difference, although he got substantial help from Tom 2The Bombii Tracy. The underdog Flyers were near an even match for the Vols. They had a good, solid ball club that undoubtedly played its greatest game of the season before some 10,000 fans. Tracy ended the days work with a net of 112 yards, and Brengle got 101 yards. They combined for the first touch- down with Brengle going over from the four. Brengle ad- vanced the ball 43 yards on seven plays and Oleksiak went over from the two for the second touchdown. Ed Godzak and Tom Tracy added the two extra points. Tennessee got 14 first downs against twelve for Dayton and completed one pass as the Flyers connected on seven. The Vols gained 290 yards rushing against 141 for Dayton. f FRANK McCROSKEY JOHN GORDY Guard Tackle TENN. 7; GA. TECH 28 The first game of a four-game series between Georgia Tech and Tennessee was won by Tech in the last ten min- utes of a thrilling gridiron classic, 287. It was the first meeting of Harvey Robinson and Bobby Dodd on the gridiron, and after Doddis Techmen took the lead in the final period. Robinson decided to gamble. He lost when two mistakes were turned into touchdowns. one on a 65-yard punt return, the other on a pass interception. , The turning point came in the closing minutes of the J third period when the Vols failed to score from four yards out. From then on it was a Tech display of powerful and elusive running, crafty ball handling, and passing. and a capitalization on Volunteer mistakes. After the game, Coach Bobby Dodd said, iiThis was our best game. The team knew how much I wanted to heat the 'nomefolks.N He also acclaimed Tom Tracy as the best back Tech had faced all year. Standouts on defense for Tennessee were Jim Beutel and Ierry Delucca. Beutel made a number of jarring tackles on Tech backs when it seemed as if they were going all the way. Delucca played his best game of the year, consistently rushing the opposing passer, and recovering a Tech fumble ; near the end of the third quarter. TENN. 0; FLORIDA 14 The fuse blew on Tennesseels football bomb today as the injury plagued Vols suffered their first loss in history to the Florida Gators, 14-0. It was the terrific tackling by the Gator line that was chiefly responsible for Tennesseels inability to score, with Steve DeLatorre, line backer, being the one providing the most blistering smashes. Tennesseels defenses was once again anchored by Captain Darris McCord. The Vols, line eHectively shackled Florida,s running attack, but the Gators went to the air to score two touchdowns. , Tracy was the big show for the Vols and broke away for runs of 26 and 24 yards in the opening half. His efforts were good enough to net him 82 yards which boosted his seasonls total to 765 yards. He had to leave the game after his first carry in the third quarter because of a leg injury. Bobby Brengle and Pat Oleksiak shared the tailback du- ties in lieu of injured Majors and Wade. Brenglels punting was one of the Volsl biggest assets, and it was a 71-yard quick kick in the opening period that got the Vols out of one bad jam. Dick Allen, from Atlanta, did the tossing for Florida, and he hit the bullseye on a pair-one of which also brought about what many described as one of the most spectacular runs at the Vol Stadium in the last several seasons. There were 20.000 spectators on hand, most of them being old grads for homecoming. JIMMY XYADE JIM BEUTEI. BOB SCOTT Back Back Guard 0?? KO AL ?EOGRW HFTY TENN. 13; KY. 14 The Kentucky Wildcats retained the traditional beer keg . as they defeated the Volunteers in the waning minutes of the game 14-13. It was the second straight time that the Wildcats defeated ' the Vols in the closing minutes. A twenty-two yard touch- .- down pass with four minutes remaining and an extra point .:j' spelled doom for the Big Orange. The game was played under typical Tennessee-Kentucky .- conditions, as 31,000 fans sat in a downpouring rain to watch a hard fought football game. The score changed 1' from 7-0 Vols, to 7-7, to 13-7, and then to 14-13. Pat Oleksiak was the heroic figure for the Vols, but he 3' was given plenty of assistance from Jimmy Wade. Oleksiak 15"j passed 14 yards to Edd Cantrell for the first Vol score, and Wade dashed 34 yards for the final one. The Vol line, backed Yf: H ' by Darris McCord, Charles Coffey and Jerry DeLucca, was '- ' brilliant on defense all afternoon. The Vols played without - . the services of John Majors and Tom Tracy. Kentucky gained 15 first downs to 14 for Tennessee, and they gained 186 yards rushing against 215 for the Vols. '3' The Vols completed two out of seven passes, while the Wild- - V cats completed two out of six. There were eleven penalties, 'in with the Wildcats getting seven of them. T hey lost 75 yards ', . in penalties. This was the first time that a Kentucky team had defeated x Tennessee at Shields-Watkins Stadium since 1924. It was : Tennesseeis fifth loss of the season- TENN. 0; VANDY 26 With a sparkling offense and a concrete defense, the Vanderbilt Commodores defeated Tennessee, 26-0. Although Vanderbilt had won only one game prior to the Tennessee tilt, they displayed a game of fine football to humiliate the Vols. It was the Vols sixth defeat of the season, and the worst defeat inflicted by Vandy against Tennessee aince 1925, when the Gold and Black won 34-7. Captain Darris McCord kept intact his record of winning the pre-game toss, but that was all the Vols won. Vanderbilt had scored once with but seven minutes gone, and went on to score twice more in the first half. Wizardry best describes the passing attack unfurled by Jim Looney. Their line withstood everything that Tennes- seels famed running attack had to offer. It was midway in the third period before Tennessee could muster enough strength to dent their forward wall for a first down and that came on a forward pass. The game ended in typical Tennessee-Vanderbilt fashion as members of both teams engaged in list fights. However, after the final play, those on the gridiron engaged in hand- shakes. Vanderbilt netted 140 yards on passing, and the Vols 35. The Commodores were best on the ground as theytposted 247 yards compared to 75 yards of the Orange and White. They made 21 first downs against four for Tennessee. Vanderbilt completed 9 out of 19 passes while the Vols com- pleted 2 for 19. n. w 0 h C um 0 $t 8w, '8 s; 5 3 n. n e .T, CHA RLES RADER M BRUCE Bl'RNHA Tackle Guard PAT OLEKSIAK BUBBA HOW'E Carl Widseth Center Ed Wiener Forward lewis Neybnd Forward Herman Thompson Guard 33H Lovelace Guard Left to Right: Lewis Neyland, J. D. Byingtnn, Herman Thompson, Bill Cate, Bob Gipe, Captain Ed Wiiener, Carl W'idseth, Kyle 'I'esteI-man, Bill Hall. Dick Kellm'. Bill Luvelace. Not Pictured, Bill Jarvis. Looking back on the 1954-55 basketball season, it seems apparent that the Orange and White clad Vols had a fairly successful run. After winning their first five games, the Vols bowed to Auburn. Not being demoralized, they came back to win their next two encounters. They played give and take ball for the remainder of the season and finished with a 15-7 record. At mid-season the A.P. sports writers rated Coach Loweryis Vols one of the top twenty teams in the nation. This proved that the Vol quintette could take high S.E.C. honors if all went smoothly. As it turned out the boys played their hardest but couldrft always come through in the clutch. This did not keep the fans away or tend to let the team lose spirit, for the V015 finished 5th in S.E.C. play. A quick look toward the future shows that our Vols might have a new field house in which to play. The universityis directors realize that the V015 need a much larger home court in order to gain the entire student body support. Star veteran Vols such as Wiener, Jarvis, and Lovelace will not wear U.T.Ts colors next year. Some of the returning lettermen are Widseth, Neyland, Kellar, and Thompson. B A S K E T B ii; is t COACH EDIM ET LOTVERY Carl Widseth shows the form which made him a main-stay in the Vol line-up Bl LL LUVNLACE Bl LL H l LL ED th EN ER J. D. BYINGTON CARI, thDSETII BOB UIIPE Guard Guard Forward Forward Center Forward Widseth steals the bacon in Captain Ed Wiener led the Vols through a brilliant season mad scramble Widseth attempts to Take Chargew The typical type of Lovelace hussle HAN THOMPSON KYLE TES ERAIAN LFHVIS NEYI ND DICK KELLAR BILL CA'FE BILL JARVIS Guard Fonx rd Forward Forward Guard Center Wiener rides to victory! VOLS AFTER CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT LOOK T0 BRIGHT FUTURE RESULTS Tennessee ........... 95; Tennessee ........... 82; Tennessee ........... 91 ; Tennessee ........... 78; Tennessee ........... 89; Tennessee ........... 64; Tennessee ........... 96; Tennessee ........... 94; Tennessee ........... 69; Tennessee ........... 71 ; Tennessee ........... 76; Tennessee ........... 66; Tennessee ........... 79; Tennessee ........... 102; Tennessee ........... 97; Tennessee ........... 93; Tennessee ........... 84; Tennessee ........... 71 ; Tennessee ........... 77; Tennessee ........... 81 ; Tennessee ........... 86; Tennessee ........... 61 ; The Vols demonstrate their defensive ability against Vandy! David Lipscomb ........ 38 Washington 81 Lee ...... 66 William 8; Mary ........ 79 VMI .................. 46 Miami 1F1aJ .......... 80 Auburn ............... 73 South Carolina ......... 82 Clemson .............. 55 Vanderbilt Tulane ................ 58 LSU .................. 68 Kentucky .............. 84 Georgia Tech .......... 58 Florida ............... 75 Georgia ............... 81 Miss. State ............ 67 Ole Miss .............. 78 Vanderbilt Georgia Tech .......... 83 Alabama .............. 88 Auburn ............... 77 Kentucky ............. 104 To hell you willH Neyland rides to an easy Iay-up. The hawk Thompson flys high in tense Florida action. Hall and Wiener look on as Thompson makes two. Wiener leads the Vols over giant killer Tech! 1955 TRACK SQUAD Led by a sextet of thinlies, Coach John Sines, tracksters had a fairly suc- cessful season. In dual meets, the Vols downed Kentucky and Sewanee, and fell before Alabama and Vanderbilt. Also, the Vols placed second in the Tennessee Intercollegiate Athletic Conference meet and took three individual places in the Southeastern Conference Meet. Captain Sam Hill, Ed Murphey, Hal Hubbard, and George Ogles led th thinlies along with Nolan Sharp and Gene Gardner. Hill, Murphey, Ogles, and Gardner competed in the distance and middle-distance events, while Huh bard and Sharp competed in the weight events. In the SEC meet, Hill copped first place in the 880-yard run, Murphey wa second in the mile-run, and Hubbard was third in the javelin event. In addi tion, Hill added to his individual laurels by capturing third place in the 880 , yarderun in the Central Collegiate Meet in Milwaukee and fourth place in hi GEORGE gums heat of National Collegiate Athletic Association Meet in Ann Arbor, Mich ABOVE: First Row, Left to Right: Lowell VVilmm, George Ogles, Sam VViel, Ell Murphey, Gene Gardner, Charlie Short, Second Row: Coach John Sines, Manager Bill Young, Don Edwards, Jim McCord, lenEe Taylor, Lawrence Graves. Del W'oml, Jerry Majors, Sam Sims, Sonny VVilHon. Third. Row: Noland Sharpe, John Lund, Hal Hubbard, Dick Kastm'y, Dick Chapman, E. B. Dyer. RIGHT, Left to Right: George Ogles, Law- rence Graves, Ed Murphey, Sam Hill. Tennesseets crack Cross Country Team, from left, Sam Sims, Gene Gardner, Ron Taylor, Max Kirtland, Ed Murplley and Captain George Ogles. AND THE CROSS-COUNTRY SQUAD In Cross Country, the Vols, under Coach John Sines, continued to ride near the top of college cross country teams. The orange harriers took second place in the SEC meet, and topped the Shamrock A.A.U. meet in Louisville, Kentucky, for the third straight year. In dual meets, the Vols topped Georgia Tech, Sewanee, Left to Right: Ed Murphey, Gene Gardner. Maryville, and Berea, Kentucky, while dropping a lone meet to North Carolina. Individuals standing out for the V01 squad were Captain George Ogles, Ed Murphey7 Sam Sims, Gene Gardner, and Ron Taylor. In the SEC meet, Ogles was third, Murphey was eighth, and Sims thirteenth. Left f0 Right: Sm"! Sims. George Ogles. Rnnnie Taylor. r e COACH W. D. BUCHANAN KYLE TEST ERMAN First Row. Left to Right: Jimmy Robinson, Charles Ozier, Fred Brackney, Kyle 'l'esterman. Second Row: Coach Buchanan, Phil Farrow, Bud Toomey, Ed Fisher, Tom Davis. TENNIS SQUAD With the opening of their new all-weather tennis courts on Cornell Avenue, the tennis version of the 1954 Vols undertook a twelve-match schedule. The new courts are among the best in the South and saw plenty of fast action during the campaign. Coach W. D. Buchananvs Vols engaged eight SEC schools and four non-conference foes before competing in the Conference Tournament in Athens, Georgia. Conference teams met were Kentucky, Vanderbilt, Georgia Tech, Georgia, Florida, Ala- bama, Louisiana State, and Tulane. Non-conference foes were Western Michigan, East Tennessee State, Sewanee, and Mary- ville. Members of the 1954 V01 racquet squad included J im Robin- son of Knoxville, Bud Toomey of Athens, Kyle Testerman of Knoxville, Phil Farrow of Knoxville, Tom Davis of Knoxville, and Ed Fisher of Athens. Fast action on UThs modern courts Seven dual meets and participation in several tour- naments made up the schedule of Coach J immy Walls, Tennessee golf team. The linksters meet Purdue, Geor- gia Tech, and Vanderbilt twice, and McGhee Tyson Air Force Base once. In addition they participated in the Southeastern Conference Tournament, the South- ern Intercollegiate Tournament, and the Wayne Cost- ner Memorial Tourney. The Vols played all of their home matches at Hol- ston Hill, considered one of the most beautiful courses in the South. The SEC and Southern Intercollegiate meets were in Athens, Georgia, and the Costner Me- morial was in Maryville. Members of the 1954 golf . BARRY Mt-KINNON squad included Eddie Brantly of Chattanooga, John Sterchi, Barry McKinnon, and Bobby Brown all of Knoxville, and Vic Bass, J r. of Lake Worth, Fla.. Left to Right: Coach W'alls, Jimmy W'alls, Jr., Barry McKinuon, Bob Brown and Tom King. INTRA , J Quay 2 NM: :1 1231 m; AsW4 ;W v. EM 3i URALS f w, . NW; S Jr " 27$:x5x , 1a E MODERN DANCE CL UB First Row, Left to Right: Ann Phillips, Renee Bird, Joan Gilliland, Jeanie Lampley, Jane W'olfkiel, Lila Cross, Barbara Bagwill, Barbara Rllyne. Second Row: Nancy Parson, Carolyn Needham, Billie Sue Van Dervort, Donna. Knee, Caro- lyn Johnson, Shirley Kinser, Juan Phelps. Third Row: Ruth Crumley, Frances Bolton, Helen Lamb, Betty Thompson, Paula Brooks, Uneorginna Fruewald, Betty Tucker, Carolyn tt'ayland. Fourth Row: Carole Cody, Micky Kibble, Max- ine Spangler, Nancy Johnson, Retha Dalton, Helen Hooper, Nancy Johnson, Sylvia. Griflin, Alma. Selli. The Modern Dance Club is composed of girls who have shown an interest in dancing as an art. They spend at least an hour a week learning the fundamentals of modern dance and developing their creative ability. Through perseverance and a true love of the dance, the members present the climax of winter quarter- the Modern Dance Recital. At the end of the year, the girls with a combined skill, interest, and initiative are honored and are chosen to be the leaders for the next year. The Modern Dance Club is an organization for girls Who are interested in modern dance as a creative art form. A division of the club is Kappa Chi, honorary dance society, whose members have shown outstand- ing dance ability. The annual recital and various dem- onstrations are included in the club work. Dorothy Floyd of the Physical Education Department is the advisor for both groups. DOLPHIN CL UB First Row, Left to Right: Molly Cunyers, Mickey Kibble, Mary Katherine Huggin, Ethel Hickox, Jeep Blazek, Renee McKee, Barbara Sherri", W'awanna Cameron, Miss Virginia McCampbell, Sponsor. Second Row: Barbara Crawford, Betty Ann Bryant, Nancy Hinton, Betty Tucker, Barbara. Swaffurd, Bettina Sehwenk, Kay Derryberry, Bobbie, Tillman, Ann McDonald, Jane Bailey. Third Row: Susan Shelton, Patsy Knox, Dorothy Mays, Betty Blankenship, Pat Sheridan, Gail Gilliam, Delores Clark, Georgianna Fruewald, Barbara Rhyne, Carol Dysart. Fourth Row: Mary Lee Gore, Shir- ley Riggs, Bettye Williams, Carol Thompson, Marilyn Pulliaam, Johnnie Kiser, Marifloyd Hamil, Barbara Abercrom- bie, Gerry Rimmel'. Fifth Row: Perry Rustin, Artie Mae Gilmore, Georgia W'orsham, Mary Ann Turner, May V. Tuner, Margaret Sanders, Ann Phillips, Helen Landon. Not Pictured: Jeannie Anderson Lampley, Jane Blankenship, Randy Gibbs, June Goforth, Nancy Hood. June Sclliro, Pat W'nlker. Left to Right: Shirley Riggs, 'l'reusurer- Mar ' V. Turner Vice-President: t t . V ' ' Miss Virginia MeCampbell, Slxinsor;,Wat3nnna Cameron, President; The DOlphln Chlb, Composed 0f glllb IntereSted 111 Ethel Hickox, Secretary. swimming, presents its annual pageant in the Winter Quarter. The program this year, entitled, 4iA Girl In Every Port? portrayed scenes from seven countries with the finale concerning the United States. This spring the girls have practiced for a water show to be given at a Sportsmank Show. The U.T. Band The University of Tennessee TTPride of the SouthlandT Band is composed of eighty-eight playing members, eight majorettes, drum-major and sponsor. During the fall season the TtPrideT presents entertaining half-time shows at the Tennessee football games, which requires a rehearsal schedule of seven or more hours each week. The half-time shows last fall included performances honoring Eddie Cantor, J ohn Phillip Sousa and Glenn Miller. The band also gave a very enjoyable performance, TTThereis No Business Like Show Busi- nessf, When football games are over for the season, the Orange and White boys work on concert music for the spring concert and tour. The band is also a familiar sight in R.O.T.C. parades and other civic functions. The ttSousai, style which stands out in the performances of the band is due to the capable direction of Major Walter M. Ryba, who himself was a mem- ber of the Sousa organization. The direction on the field was given by Drum Major Edward Bynum. Left to Right: P. D. Evans, Captain; Dan Delius, Second Lieutenant; Ancil Silvey, Fi t Lieutenant; Bob Seaton, Second Lieutenant: Joe Olin, F t Lieutenant; Edward Bynnm, Drum Major. Wwv mm! L AND MAJORETTES The Majorettes are Chosen by the band director, Major Walter M. Ryba, and the band officers. They are chosen on the basis of their ability to twirl and march, their appearance, and past experience. A candidate for majorette may try out in a quar- tet, trio, duet or single. There is no specific number of majorettes, however, the ones who are chosen must measure up to the required standards of the director and officers. Their performance at football games may be con- sidered as the main activity of the majorettes. The various routines which they perform at halftime are worked out by the majorettes themselves. They also perform at parades and other school activities. Their participation at these functions add color and va- riety. The majorettes for the past year were: Betty K. Shanton, Ann Thompson, Dot Brown, Mary Lee Thomasa Ann Dale Guinn, Ernestine Freeman, Bob- bie Bird and Judy Lillard. t L w,- 1 A 331 '9 kt The Return of the Gay Old Nineties MAJORETTES First Row, Left to Right: Dot Brown, Ann Thompson, Mary Lee Thomas. Second Row: Betty Kay Shantan, Ernestine Freeman, Judy Lillar Bobbie Bird, Anne Dale Gulnn. m AWW WM MW 3 t First Row, Left to Right: Dan Delius. Secretary; P. D. Evans. President; Mr. Ryha, Suomwr; Edwanl Bynum. Vice-President; Joe Olin, Treas- urer; Anvil Silw-y. Pledge Trainer. Second Row: Bill Boyd. Wallace, Edwards, Don Harmer, Bob Seaton, Bill Owen. Third Row: Bub Chambers, Ralph Gillilmml, Bill Yates, Lamont Cruse, Steve Voorhees. KAPPA KAPPA PSI Halftime Formations Kappa Kappa Psi is the working nucleus of I V t the University of Tennessee Band. The members help to plan and produce the various activities of the band. Kappa Kappa Psi was founded at Oklahoma ASIM College, Stillwater, Oklahoma, on Novem- ber 27, 1919. The Beta Eta Chapter at U.T. was founded on March 20, 1949. Bandsmen with leadership quality are consid- ered for pledgeship after two quarters in the Band. 257 MILITARY EDITOR NANCY HALL Left to Right: Cadet Lt. Col. Noland Fields, Cadet Lt. Col. Hugh Garner, and Cadet Lt. Col. Bud Daugherty. HARRY J ONES Regimental cummander Get it clean soldier! Over one thousand cadets are enrolled in the Reserve OHicers Training Corps at the Uni- versity of Tennessee. As a requirement for graduation under the Morrill Land Grant Act, every physically qualified male student is required to complete tor receive credit forl two years of ROTC ithe Basic Coursel. A student desiring to enroll in the Advanced Course must have the approval of the President of the University and the Professor of Military Sci- ence and Tactics. The Advanced Course consists of two additional years. Each cadet attends a six-weeks Summer Camp between his junior and senior years. ROTC Summer Camp en. ables the student to apply in the field those skills he has learned in the classroom. Upon completion of the Advanced Course and graduation from the University, the student may be commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army Reserve. Those students designated as Distinguished Military Students may be tendered a Commission in the Reg- ular army. Classes range from two ml one-hour classes per week for Basic students to five tSl one- hour classes per week for Advanced students. Classes are taught by specially selected Army personnel. Classroom work is supplemented by a two-hour drill period each Thursday after- noon during the Fall and Spring Quarters. This is the period in which cadets acquire skill in troop leadership. The Corps of Cadets is organized as a regiment with cadets completely in charge of drill. Army instructors serve only as advisers. Among the military activities which occur during the school year are the Veterans and Armed Forces Day Parade, the Annual Inspection conducted by the Department of Army, and other special parades and reviews. The high point of the yearis activities is the Annual Military Ball. The Corps of Cadets is especially proud of the distinctive hand-embroidered Unit Color presented this year by the Department of the Army. Letis all take ten! This is the way we do it! ARMYR.0.T.C COLONEL J. K. RlI'PERT Pll'st ROW. 19ft f0 ngzht Capt. J ...I Peturoolk, Vlajm' R. H. Cook Capt R. F 'lmu', Capt M. F. Gaete, Col. J K Rime Capt. IL E. IV all. CIVO I Tyler Lt. Col. 1-.1. Rem auie. cond Row: D. Cone, I uinr V1.1! Stewart, Mgt lst Cl IL L lglabo, DUSgt. F 0. Simmons, AUSgt. M. G. g. : Chapman. Third Ro'w: DUSgt. L. W'atson, Sgt. 1st Cla V IV, R. Stone, Sgt. lst Clash R. K. Pnntt, M gt. A. Lee. Sgt. IV. B. McDade. Just one nlore hour . . . ' No Thursday blues . . OFFICERS LYNN W. CRAIG Captain DONN A. SOUTHERN First Lieutenant JOHN R. FRAKER Second Lieutenant JAMES B. MANKIN Second Lieutenant HENRY T. MILLER First Sergeant ELBERT K. COGGINS SFC JOHN D. STEIN SFC PERSHING RIFLES The Pershing RiHes Society is the oldest national organization of its kind in the United States. It was founded in 1891 at the University of N ebraska by Lieutenant J ohn J. Pershing, who was to later become General J ohn J. Per- shing, one of the nationhs finest generals. The Pershing RiHes Society serves now as an honorary military fraternal organization for outstanding basic military students. Company A-4, Pershing Rifles, is the oldest existing company in the south- eastern part of the country. It has served long and well at the University of Tennessee as an honorary organization and as a service organization, per- forming many duties for the university. 262 Scabbard and Blade is a national military honor society with local chap- ters, called companies, located in one hundred thirty-three leading universi- ties which have R.O.T.C. programs. Nationally, Scabbard and Blade was founded in 1905 at the University of Wisconsin. Locally, I Company of the Fourth Regiment at the University of Tennessee was established in 1923. The purposes of Scabbard and Blade are: To unite in closer relationship the military departments of the American colleges; To preserve and develop the essential qualities of efficient officers; To prepare educated men to have a greater influence in the military affairs of their communities; and To spread intelligent information concerning the military requirements of our country. Scabbard and Blade at the University of Tennessee is also a service organi- zation, undertaking many worthwhile projects. Membership in Scabbard and Blade is by election only. Every member must possess a high level of scholar- ship, academic and military, and exhibit outstanding military aptitude. OFFICERS NOLAND FIELDS Captain ROBERT ROTH First Lieutenant DAVID COTTRELL Second Lieutenant DON DEKORTE First Sergeant ROBERT SHAW Advisor-Captain First Row. Left to Right: Jerry Wood, Don DeKorte, Noland Fields, Captain Robert Shaw, Robert Roth, David Cot- trell, Robert Daugherty, Carroll Doug- las. Second Row: Lawson Btaswell, Don Wade, JiJm Bates, Harry Jones, David Hall, Elwood Nichols, Jerry Welchel. SCABBARD AND BLADE COLONEL ROGER V. MOORE Left to Right: Captain M. S. Pitts, Captain N. F. Moore. Culonel R. W'. Moore, Major A . Ur. Dammn. Second Row, Left to Right: Captain E. M. Manning, Jr., Captain J. E. Jarrell. Major E. U. Honglaml, Jr. Mimi Kenan is presented as Air Force Queen at the annual Air Force Ball Keep those chins up, men! rTO-GO w mLmE GROUP COM MAND ICRS st Row, lie" to Right: Evan Hillier, David A, Peoples, John T. Burch. Second Row: Sidney Scott, ' John Neely. The Air Force ROTC at the University of Tennessee is a comparatively new organization, but has made itself conspicuous during its short existence. Initiated in 1946 as a part of the Army ROTC. Detachment 800 became a separate Air Force Unit in 194-7 and thus began its quick ascent to the present high status. During this eight'year period, over 200 oHicers have received commissions as second lieutenants in the Air Force. The University of Tennessee is organized as a wing comprising a wing staff, three groups with staffs, and a drum-and-bugle corps, Each group is composed of two squadrons with each squadron consisting of approximately 80 cadets. The wing presently has more than 700 cadets who are taking specialized training directed at preparing them as officers in the United States Air Force. The cadet wing Staff is commanded by Col. David Peoples. Within the cadet wing are three groups and the drum-and-bugle corps, each commanded by a Liteutenant Colonel. The AFROTC at the University of Tennessee endeavors to prepare the cadets to become efficient officers in the US Air Force. Realizing the growing importance of the Air Force as an offensive and defensive unit, Detachment 800 seeks to teach each cadet in all possible phases so that he will be a capable Air Force offlcer. During the four year course such phases as navigation, political geography. leadership7 political history. military justice. and aero- nautics are taught. The basic mechanics of the airplane are taught and actual flights are taken by the cadets. The cadet wing has a newspaper named General Poop, which serves as an unofficial news media. News of the coming events, past events. features, jokes. and announcements are found in this publication which is edited by cadet Major George Ogles. Detachment 800 of the AFROTC is under the leadership of C01. R. W. Moore. Professor of Air Science. DAVID PEOPLES Cadet Culonel H'ing Commander dets shine in Armistice Day parade. 19d say they are doing right well! The goal of an Air Force cadet - hlulthJcn VISITORS First Row. Left to Fight: John 1'. Burch, Richard W'm'zburg, Jim Culp, Brock Sanders, Carleton Davis, Bob Brengle, Jennings Wagner. Jim Beek- er, Jim Cowan, Major Alfred G. Dam- ron. Second Row: Hardy B. Adams, Jr., Donald H. Durham, Fowler 0. Ragla-nd, Edward M. Compton, Clay- ton Greene, Evan Minier, David A. Peoples. Third Row: Ernest K. Johns, Robert B. Smith, Jim Goode, Norman Blakely, Myron Rogers, Charley S. At- kinson, John G. Nelson, Bob Steele. Fourth Row: John Neely, John F. Yount, H'illiam FE. Robinson. George W. Ogles, Robert lek. James Frogge, William Duke, Tom Ayres. OFFICERS JOHN T. BURCH President MYRON M. RODGERS Vice-President JOHN NEELY, III Secretary GEORGE OGLES Treasurer DAVID PEOPLES Training Officer MAJOR ALFRED G. DAMRON Faculty Adviser ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY The Arnold Air Society is a national honorary organization composed of selected Air Science III and IV cadets with outstanding records in Air Force ROTC. The General F rank M. Andrews Squadron of the Arnold Air Society was organized at the University of Tennessee in October, 1951, only three years after the national society was organized. Since then the AAS has become the largest organization open to ROTC and AFROTC, Cadets in America, boasting a membership of over 100 Squad- rons. PREAMBLE We, the members of the Arnold Air Society, in order to further the purpose, mission, tradition, and concept of the United States Air Force as a means of National Defense, promote American citizenship, create a close and more eHicient relationship among the Air Reserve Officers Training Corps cadets do hereby establish this Constitution. The above preamble to the Arnold Air Society Constitution states in the clearest pos- sible manner the goals and ideals of this honorary organization. The advanced cadets 0f the AFROTC chosen for this organization had first to display themselves as leaders before they were asked to join. It has been found that through close comradeship, coop- eration of the highest caliber is being practiced now throughout the Air Force. Only through such honorary organizations as the Arnold Air Society can this spirit of friend- ship and willingness to work together be fully developed. 266 This Air Command Squadron is a national honor society for basic Air Force ROTC cadets. Members are selected on the basis of leadership, general character, scholastic average and a profound interest in the AFROTC. The squadron emphasizes leadership qualities through an 6Tesprit de corpsTi which is inherent within the constitution and within each individual when selected. The squadron represents more than just an honorary society for it also per- forms many functions as a service organization with members working in close cooperation with the traHic division of Civil Defense, honor guards for visiting celebrities, and the now traditional presentation of AFROTC spon- sors. The close bonds of friendship and service duties performed constitute the spirit embodied in the Air Command Squadron. The organization also serves as the wing headquarters of all southeast squadrons; the national headquarters are located at the Ohio State University. The Command Squadron faculty adviser is Major Edward Hoagland. AIR COMMAND SQUADRON First Row. left to right: Don Edwards, John Hays, Elvin Woodruff, Jr., Don Leewson, John Harris, OFFICERS DON EDWARDS Commanding Officer BOB WHITE Executive Officre THIRD WING OFFICERS ELVIN WOODRUFF, JR. Commanding Officer KENNETH BURNS Executive 0,030,! JOHN HAYS Adjutant Boien, Luttrell Sohettler, Major Edward Hoagland. Second Row: Fred W. Wichman, Robert E. White, Neal Smith, Bill McMaster, John Thomas, Jimmy Parsons, Don Fennell. Third Row: George W. Westerbrook, York Hassell, Dick Lad. Ken Burns, Nolan Sharp, Bernard Hartman. ARMY GUIDON SOCIETY The members of the Army Uuidon Society are the girls who are chosen as honorary officers of the Army ROTC in the fall quarter. They are selected by the Army ROTC cadet commanders and serve as sponsors for one year. Selections are made on the basis of beauty. personality. and scholarship. These pretty. trim-looking girls. dressed in their gayly-colored uni- forms. have many responsibilities. They drill with the Army ROTC men for two hours each Thursday afternoon of the fall and spring quarters. Participation in various parades throughout the year is another duty. Most important of all, however, are the ready smile and sprightly step they always display to the men they serve. A military ball is held each year in honor of these honorary officers. A military queen is chosen and presented at the ball. Honorary omcers for 1954-55 and the men they serve are as follows: Colonel Shirley Cone, Regimental Sponsor; Lieutenant Colonel Ellen Lyle, First Battalion; Lieutenant Colonel Barbara Cargile. Second Bat- talion; Lieutenant Colonal Doris Asbury, Third Battalion; Captain Carolyn Jones. Company A; Captain Shirley Renfro, Company B; Captain Peggy Pulley. Company C; Captain Ellen Lollar, Company E; Captain Nancy Keller. Company F; Captain Elena Carter. Company C; Captain Barbara Kist. Company 1; Captain Donna Rucker. Company K; Captain Ann Dozier. Company L; Elizabeth Moneyhun. Pershing Rifles. First Row: Doris Asbury, Barbara. Cargile, Shirley Cane, Ann Dozier. Carolyn Jones, Nancy Keller. Barbara Kist. Sevond Ruw: Ellen Lnllar, Elizalwth Moneyhun, Peggy Pulley, Shirley Renfro, Donna Rul-ker. Not Pictured: Elena Carter. Ellen Lyle. Youill never find these in a fox hole! Top Brass - - - - H! The Air Force Guidon Society is an organization for the Air Force sponsors. It is composed of the eleven honorary ofhcers who are elected each fall quarter by the officers, staff on the basis of scholarship, per- sonality, and beauty. They were presented at the Tennessee North Carolina football game by the Air Command Squadron. The sponsors serve the fall and spring quarters of the year in which they are elected. Upon being elected to these honorary offices, the girls accept many responsibilities among which are drills and partici- pating in parades. Weekly drills are held every Thursday afternoon in the fall and spring quarters. Parades are scheduled once every quarter; the Armistice Day Parade, held each fall quarter, being one of the most outstanding parade activities of the year. An annual Air Force ball is given in honor of the sponsors. The highlight of this military evening is the crowning 0f the Air Force queen. AIR FORCE GUIDON SOCIETY First Row: Sally Ellner, Dot Giles, J0 Haynes, Evelyn Jones. Mimi Kenan, Helen Moore. Secnnd Row: Midge Orr. Juan Robertson, June Sclliro, Grace Tu'itty, Dot W'ilson. e3? f x! 1 Oh! LookeA dead pilot! EMBARRASSING! THIS .s so I OH BEDTlME STORY, PLEASE US! . ;. PLAY WITH PHOTOGRAPHER. HEY, THAT CAKE! F O t... U 0 S W A P R... U 0, Y. :33, 6 T YOU WISH You KNEW ? DON MUSIC. MUSIC MUSIC S E H S E R F E R T A H T- EH S U A ,P OOH, THAT TiCKLES! SHAKE, RATTLE. AND ROLL J BE A SNUFFY SMITH! .04 WELL. I'LL THEY WOULDN T BELIEVE ME 816 SECRET! JUNGLE BELLES mm: news: 3y . gmmwwaaa w: 5w mm mm ME ANN gag 2., wwwwmmwm Mwaxga g T. H m N O T. V! L E V. O L. E .R U 0 .VI 6. w L R A D H. A. WQM VWMWM QWW , ORGANIZATIONS EDITOR ELEANOR HARB THE A OFFICERS DON JENSEN ............................................... President LAWRENCE SHORE ...................................... Vice-Presidcnt MIKE KENNEDY becutmy DON WILLIAMS Treasulu The purpose of the Agriculture Club is to promote the social and edu- cational activities of Agriculture students. Membership is open to reg- ular and special students of the College of Agriculture. The Club spon- sors the Tennessee Farmer, Barnwarmirf and Round-Up. ACCOUNTING SOCIETY OFFICERS DON HARRIS ............................................... President JACK SPAULDINC ....................................... Vice-Presidenrt LILA BARNES .Seczetary CLARA BROWN .............................................Treasurer LARRY KILLOUGH . .. . .. . . . . .. . .. ... .. .. .. .Business Board Representative The purpose of the Accounting Society is to encourage and foster the deal of service as the basis of the accounting profession; to promote the study of accountancy and its highest ethical standards; to act as a me- First Row, Left to Right: James Suite, Herbert dium between professional men, instructors7 students, and others who are Harris, Larry Killlough,ECllaru Brown. Dltvyln Har- 'e, Ja k S aul ' , lten Barn s, amen - . . Ezodmnk n.3,: nlhingemnd Row: Dimam Wade? Interested 1n the development of the study or professwn 0f accountancy; ffoger 1:0lgml' Rahal; Dlawii: James l.iu'ulddetl',8V;l- d 1 h h h l d f . 1 . Eanl . uncan ar yman, PI' "31' g e, . Q ' a ' ' a Howard Johnsmi, James Part0". Third Roi" t0 eve op 1g moral, sc 0 3.,th an pro easmna attalnments 1n 1t: Blain Harvey James tYard G'en Norris Jo In . . ' N. anciS. Rt'ubert Buchanmin. Charles S.'Walk- members; and to encourage cordlal Intercourse among Its members and er, Robert Cunningham, Vern H. Vincent, tt'ar- ren Slagel W. 0. Henry. Richard Forester, Jim - ,Simpkins, E. M. Ramsey, Jr. the professmn generally. OFFICERS JOE REEDY, JR., Ch.E ...................................................... President DAVE RUPLEY, E.E ..................................................... Vice-Presidenl JOHN HARKLEROAD, C.E .......................................... Secretary-Treasurer The American Collegiate Engineefs Board is the board of directors of University student engineering activities. It is composed of the president and two elected representatives from each of the seven technical societies located on the Hill. The two principal yearly activities sponsored by the ACE Board are the Engineersi Ball and ACE Day. The Board also helps sponsor joint engineering meetings, and from time to time brings noted technical speakers to the campus. First Row, Left to Right: Bob Ballard, Joe Reedy, John Harkleroad, David Rupley, Don Lissner. Second Row: Jack Thompson, Bill Du- Bois, Gene Mottern, Charles MoCIanahan, Bob Roth. Neal O'Brian. Third Row: Joe Olin, Tom McKenzie, Bill Godsey, George Bright, John Har- tin, Phillip Shipp. OFFICERS J. B. DuBOIS, JR. ............................................................ President RONNIE MORRIS ...................................................... Vice-President DEAN MORGAN ............................................................ Secretary DONALD HENDRIS ......................................................... Treasurer The student chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers is an organization whose objects are the advancement of Chemical Engineering in theory and practice and the creation of a true professional spirit among its members. Membership is open to all Chemical Engineering and members of the Chemical Engineering faculty of the University of Tennessee. Activities during the year include speakers on technical and non-technical subjects, films, ACE day exhibits, itFloweir Picking Parties? the annual Spaghetti Supper, field trips, and noon movies in Estabrook Hall which are open to all. First Row, Left to Right: Myron Peck, N. N. Anderson, Gary Caylor, Christopher Bolieau, Ar- thur Begley. Second Row: Malcolm Colditz, J. B. DuBois, Jr., President; George Drake, Dean Morgan, Secretary; Don Hendrix, Treasurer; Austin Hamby. Third Row: Chathnlm Ross, Joe Olin, ACE Board. Representative; Joe Reedy, ACE Board Representative; Ronald Morris, Vice- President; Charles Begley. AG EDUCATION First Row, Left to Right: James Kirby, Max W'alker, Robert Hem, Billy Kirk. Second Row: Billy Davis, James Collier, James Cherry. Third Row: Clinton Shelby, Rufus Beamer, Carol Mur- phy. Fourth Row: Gerald Colfman, Gene Moles, Allen King. Fifth Row: Joe Falls, Fowler Max- well, Oliver Brewer, Keithley Barnes. Sixth Bow: Dr. George Wiggers, Dr. Hervey Sharpe, Albert Palmer, Jack Davis. OFFICERS ROBERT HEARNE . .......................................... President WAYMAN HICKMAN .................................... Vice-President JAMES CHERRY ....................................Secretary JIM COLLIER ............................................. ..Treasurer JAMES KIRBY ...................................... .. ....... Reporter GERALD COFFMAN ..................................... Parliamentarian The Club is sponsored by the Department of Agricultural Education to foster friendly understandings and desirable relationships between students and staff. The Club, through its wholesale activities, promotes the development of creative leadership among the members as part of their training to become teachers of Vocational Agriculture. Emphasis is placed on the importance of the role of the teacher of Vocational Agri- culture and his educational activities in the rural community. 279 The student chapter of the American Institute of Industrial Engineers is the student professional society for Industrial Engineering students. Meetings are held twice monthly during the regular school year. Future engineers make valuable contacts with professional men already established in the field. 1,3, 1W3 y; i 2:: mm; 33 fit xi; $23, t: 1;: a2 w L N W; w"; R f KL 33$, f! as: V27 g, OFFICERS DON LISSNER .............................................................. Prexidrn! JOHN COCKE .......................................................... Vice-Presidrnl JOE MOORE ?ecrrmry PAT WINTKER ............................................................. Treuxmn'r First Row, Left to Right: Joe Moore, Ted'Dunn, John Cocke, Don Lissner, Pat wintker, Charlie Martin, Jack Thompson. Second Row: Jose Mi- chel, Jim Lassing, Barry P09, Bill Rook, Bnlent Tamersuy, Bob Ballard. OFFICERS HOMER K. SMITH .......................................................... Presidsz HUGH BROWN ....................................................... Vice-Prmidenl CHARLIE OWENS .......................................................... Q ecrvmry HERMAN VON CARP ....................................................... Trt'qu-r The University of Tennessee Student Branch of the American Society of Agriculture Engineers was organized in 1939 with the purpose of promoting the interest of students in Ag Engineering toward professional advancement. The society holds regular meetings to promote leadership, training, and pro- fessional advancement. 280 First Row, Left to Right: Fayne Parsons, CllarleH Owen, Homer Smith, Hayri Berberoglu, Tom H'uodwartl. Second Ro'w: Hu Brown, Paul Shine, Eric Von Carp, Jimmy King, E. J. Matthews. A. I. E. E. OFFICERS DAVID C. RUPLEY ............... ..President GEORGE R. BRIGHT .................... .. . ........... Vice-President EDWARD B. BYNUM. JR. ............................. Secretary-Treasurer L. W. RICKETTs ................................ . ....... . .. .. .Advisor The American Institute of Electrical Engineers at the University of Tennessee is a student branch of the senior professional organization. The primary purpose of this organization is to broaden the interests of the electrical engineering student in his chosen profession by encouraging him to take an active part in submitting technical papers in local, sec- First Row, Left to Right: James Gaylon, Prof. Rieketts, Emmy AME"; Erwm comma, Gd' tional, and national competition and by giving him the opportunity to ham Rolfe. Second Row: Norman Swetnam, O'Neill Fullwood, Clarke W'atkins, Cread Mef- ford, Charles Greenwood, Edward Bynum, David hear technical speeches by outstandlng professwnal electrical engineers. Rupley. A. I. I. E. A. S. A. E. 281 A. S. M. E. OFFICERS JOHN P. HARTIN ........................................... President PHILLIP G. SHIPP ....................................... Vice-President JAMES E. PAULUS ........................................... Secretary ELMER C. KAYLOR .......................................... Treasurer The Tennessee student branch of the American Society of Mechani- cal Engineers was founded in 1926. The society is a branch of the National ASME and is open to all students of Mechanical Engineering. Meetings are held every two weeks and outstanding speakers are the highlight of the program. Tennessee was the host to last year7s ASME Regional Convention. The Faculty Advisor is W. K. Stair, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering. This society strives to develop those characteristics of initiative and expressive ability that determine the difference between excellence and mediocrity in the Engineering world. First Row, Left to Right: Elmer Kaylor, Philip G. Shipp, Vice-President; John P. Hartin, Alan M. Robinson, Program Chairman; Grimth C. Burr, Program Chairman. Second Row: Lennis H. Thomas, Harold D. Ferguson, Paul Miller, James Shacklett, John Layne, Nathan latture, Chuck Dickinson, unidentified. Third Row: Curtiss Flansburg, tVill Dickerson, Mancll Milligan, Allan Toomey, John Williamson, Thomas Vaughn, John Calvin, Professor W". K. Stair, Honorary Chair- man. ,1? g V M BLOCK AND BRIDLE CLUB First Row GeatedL Left to Right: Boyd Ramsey, Treasurer; Jaok Lee, Vice-President; Mike Ken- nedy, President; Leon Dixon, Secretary; Bernas Sharp, Reporter. Second Row: J. W. Cole, Facul- ty Adviser; A. K. McCartt, David McW'erter, Frank Crmsslln, Bub VVllite, Elmer Chance, Jerry Barron, Herbert Caldwell, Fowler Ragland, H. J. Smith, Faculty Adviser. Third Row: Clyde Sulli- van, James Frogge, Bill Jones, Lawrence Shore, Dan Brier, Bill Duke, Benton Trundle, Johnny Barlmm. Fourth Row: Roger Pyle, William Grigsby, Paul Ernst. J. R. Swaim, Sam Bailey, David Garland, Jerry Baker, Paul Enoch. Nut Pictured: Robert Buck, Buy Conner, E. BM Dyer, George Flowers, Harold Johnston, Gordon Mor- row, Blll McFee, !Vulter Peoples, Frank Seeger, John TVetmore. Fred Zimmerman. OFFICERS JIM PRICE ................................................ President MIKE KENNEDY ........................................ Vice-President LEON DIXON ............................................... Secretary BOYD RAMSEY . .. .. .Treasurer The Block and Bridle Club is an organization for students majoring in animal husbandry. The Club sponsors many activities during the year which include barbecues, a quarterly Newsletter, a scrap book of club activities, livestock and meat judging teams, and the Madden Judging Contest. The club also sponsors awards to outstanding livestock exhibitors, pays the expenses of the UT judging teams and stock judging contests and secures summer jobs for Agriculture students. 283 TRIANGLE BEAVER CL UB at BL UE CL UB line BUSINESS ADMINISTRA TION BOARD OFFICERS DON BELLAIRS ............................................................. President DONALD HARRIS ....... T ............................................ V ice-President SALLY McCAULEY ................................................ Secretary-Treasurer The Business Administration Board was established for the purpose of formihg a closer union between the student organizations of the College of Business, increasing the effectiveness of relationships between these Organ- izations and the University administration, and representing the students of the College in the Student Governing Council of the All Students Club. The Board is a co-ordinating council which acts on matters of equal con- cern to all the clubs and societies of the College of Business. The president and one representative of each participating organization and College of Business representatives from the All Students Club constitute the Board. A faculty member acts as advisor and represents the Board in the office of the Dean of the College. The Board publishes a bulletin, TTStrictly Business? sponsors personnel clinics and speakers, and holds a Business Board Ball in the spring. 284 First Row, Left to Right: Gordon Goodxame, Sally Mt-Caulley, Don Bellairs, Dun Harris, War- ren Slagel, Advisor. Second Row: Jean Brothers, Joan Robertson, Shirley Armstrong, Shelby Out- law, David McKinney, W'ill Smith, Bml Irvine, Loyd Jeffers. Bill Owen. Gerry Grilfin, Marilyn Meyer. First Ro'w, Left tu Right: Betty Bush, Ann Holmes, Ann Bryan, Doris Asbury, Carolyn Jones, Richard Schnabel, Nina Bmswell, Jean Van- Eynde, Nancy Alley, Bess McKenzie, Susie Grey. Second Row: Allen Bush, Henry Freas, Jack Odom, Sonny Dennison, Will Haynes, Joe Harb, Harry Jones, Tommy Ferrell, Johnny Bayes, Jimmy Seal. Left to Right: Eleanor Rigging, President; Jack Odom, Vice-President; Joel Ann Morris, Sevre- tary; tVatkins Ewell, Treasurer. Not Pictured: Mary Sheppard, Vice-President. OFFICERS RICHARD SCIINABICI. ...................................................... President ALLEN BUSH .......................................................... Vice-President MARION WILSON Secretary WILL HAYNES ............................................................. Treasurer SONNY DENISON ?cnmr Adviser The Beaver Club, one of the oldest organizations on the Hill, was formed in 1924. In 19417 the club introduced card tricks to its field of service. Today, card-tricks are a regular feature of the half-time period of each major home football game. Membership consists of one member from each fraternity and sorority, two members from the ISA, two unaffiliated members, and ten members-at-large. The Pep Coordinator and Pep Club President serve in an advisory capacity. Dr. Albert Rapp is faculty advisor. OFFICERS ELEANOR RICCINS ........................................................ President MARY SHEPPARD ........................... . ......................... Vice-President JACK ODOM ................. ..Vice-President JOEL ANN MORRIS ................. Secretary WATKINS EWELL .......................................................... Treasurer This year several changes in policy took place in Blue Triangle. The mem- bership of seventy-five included both boys and girls, and the meetings be- came Iuncheons at the University Cafeteria. The new purposes of this club are to enable students to appraise their beliefs concerning world and com- munity affairs, religious heritage and personal development. The group discusses one topic for a series of weeks which enables the group to go deeper into whatever the subject may be. Every meeting always has a period for discussion, designed to enable the individual to learn better how to express his own beliefs, and to see what his fellow students beliefs are on various issues. This club is sponsored by the University Christian Associa- tion. aw 285 OFFICERS HERBERT BUTT, India ...................................................... President BENY MARCARIOLA, Philippines ...................................... Vice-Presidenl BESS MARIE MCKENZIE, U.S.A. ................................ t ........... Secretary WALLY SILVAGNOLI, Puertn Rico .......................................... Treasurer PROFESSOR ARTHUR H. MOSER ............................................ Advisor DR; WILLIAM E. COLE ....................................................... Advisor VICE-PRESIDENT ANDREW HOLT ........................................... Advisor DEAN JESSIE HARRIS ....................................................... Adviser The International Club is a social organization composed of students from many foreign countries and the United States. The purpose of the club is to provide a mode of social improvement, relaxation, and entertainment; and to assist members in adjusting themselves socially to their University life. Through individual exchange of thoughts and ideas, good will and under- standing is created among the students all over the world. First Row, Left to Right: Boh Purvis, David Culver, Bill Shaw, Bob Price. Second Row: John- ny Fisher, Dr. Albrect, Bob Johnson, Prof. Her- man Carring'getr, Dr. Eric Swanson, Donald De- korte, Chester McInturfl', Glenn Parks, Ray Span", Phil Summers, Will Haynes, Don Hinton. Third Row: Prof. C. E. Wylie, Prof. Harrison. Robert White, Jack Perkinsun, James J. Love, Charles Grimm mm: OFFICERS DAVE CULVER ............................................................. President BILL SHAW ............................................................ Vice-President BOB PURVIS ............................................................... Secretary BOB PRICE ................................................................. Treasurer CHARLES GRIFFIN ............................................................ Critic The U. T. Dairy Club is a student branch of the American Dairy Science Association. The object of the club is to bring about closer student-faculty relationships; to foster dairy programs; to acquaint members with state and national organ- izations. The club also strives to cooperate with the Agriculture Club, and to sponsor the Tennessee Farmer and other agriculture organizations and activ- ities. L Top: Tyson House Bottom: Worship Bottom: Study Bottom: Fellowship a $323551?th A i L -' l v V wwwtzgwgf J i D C , 1 y ., 4. NATIONAL 3 CL UB 5 t f 3 ,3 U T DIARY 3 3 3 ' ' 93 V33 x? f ' g 3ng X 23133.3 W 3333M h w e 3 CANTERBURY CLUB The Canterbury Club of the University of Tennessee is a member of the National Association of Canterbury Clubs, which has member clubs on many university campuses. The function of the National Canterbury Association is to further the spread of Christts Kingdom by the active participation of college students. 287 MARKETING AND RETAILING CLUB OFFICERS DON BELLAIRS... ...... . .................. ..................President DAVID MCKINNEY ........ .. . . .......................... Vice-President FRANK REGAS ................... . .......................... Secretary TOM WADE Treasurer The Marketing-Retailing Society is composed of students within the College of Business who are majoring in marketing or retailing. Meet- ings are held every month with programs planned to further the interest of each and every member in his or her particular field. This year has been one of the most progressive in club activities and membership. Programs have consisted of interesting field trips and prominent speakers representing many of the promising careers in the Marketing and Retailing world. Through the continued cooperation of the faculty and students, the Marketing-Retailing Society is expanding and striving to assist the student members in becoming familiar with the promising future in marketing and retailing fields and their respective barriers for success. EDUCA TION ECONOMICS CL UB HOME CL UB 2818 First Row, Left to Right: Don Bellairs, Dr. Strahl, Dr. Dille, Mr. Clark. Second Row: Tom thle, Slleli'y Miller, Peggy Lung, Joe Shannon, Frank Sieger. Third Row: David McKinney, Jeane Hairle. Davene Hainwott. Fourth Row: Flossie Gore, Hip Dloyers, Jerry 3Ictvllorfer. Fifth. Row: Virginia W'ade. Carolyn Jones, Phil tVright. Sixth Row: Robert Johnson, Tom Hen- sley, John Fuqua, Haul Schroeder. Seventh Row: Jerry Swain, unidentified, Bill Hidalfo. Bob Brooks. Eighth Row: Din Sherwood, Pat Ma- theny, Frank Moore, Bobby Hodges. Ninth Row: Vince Fisher, Jane Foil, Robert Allen, Ray Bar- ton. unidentified, David Shelby. w l4 Left to Right: Dr. Alberta Lowe, Advisur; Rich- ard Htaters, Sue Van Dervurt, Pattie Thornton, Mimi Kenan, President: Jack Prince. xiii i7 OFFICERS HIV! KEN l V ............................................................... President JACK PRINCE .......................................................... Vice-Presidenl SU E VAN DERVORT .............................................. Recarding Secretary PATTIE THORNTON ......................................... Corresponding Secretary DICK WATERS .............................................................. Treasurer The Education Club was organized in 1952 for the general purpOSe of pro- moting unity and friendship in the College of Education through a more profitable relationship between the students and the faculty. The meetings, which are held once a quarter, are a dinner-business meet- ing combination and are held in the UT. Cafeteria. Any student enrolled in the University who is working toward an Education certificate may become a member. Left to right: Carolyn Hendrick, Emily Rhine- hart, Jean Lulu, Francis George, Jane Bean, Mary Lou Ashburn. OFFICERS JOYCE SPARKMAN ......................................................... President JEAN LOHR ...................................................... First Vice-Presidenl VIRGINIA CRAFT .............................................. Second Vice-President CHARLOTTE WATTS S'ecretary PATSY TAYLOR ........................................................... Treasurer The principle objectives of the club are to further stimulate an interest in home economiCS from the professional point of view and to provide a place where girls can make friends with more people and broaden their interests generally. The club also gives an opportunity to cooperate in big projects which will stimulate pride in the profession. 289 OFFICERS ROBERT F. FARMER ....................................................... President ROBERT Q. FRAKER ................................................... Vice-President DON WILLIAMS .................................................... 9 ecremry-Treasurer GILES CARTER ............................................................. Reporter The Horticulture Society is composed of Horticultural majors and others interested in the Science of Horticulture. Its primary function is to promote an interest in Horticulture. It meets bi-monthly on the second and fourth Wednesday in the Student Center. The club sponsors the annual Apple Fes- tival, at which an Apple Queen is selected. The Society is a Junior member of the American Society for Horticultural Science. First Row, Left to Right: Don Williams, Mr. Roger Thumpsun, Robert Fraker. Second Row: James Bass, Bill Arnold. Robert W'herl'y, Giles Carter, Jim McLaine. Third Row: John Gilliland, Prof. Swengle, Dr. Pickett, Prof. Jones, Charles Bell, Mr. Koelling. OFFICERS JOYCE SHARP .............................................................. President PAT BALLARD ......................................................... Vice-President SARAH CULBERT ........................................................... Secretary NANCY TAYLOR ........................................................... Treasurer The Ollice Administration Club was organized on the University of Ten- nessee campus during the fall of 1952. Mr. Liston Fox is the faculty adviser. The purpose of the club is to bring to the students further information that will help them in the business world. Membership in this organization is open to all students majoring in Office Administration or Business Education. First Row, Left to Right: Louise Hord, Janet Rhodes, Nancy Taylor, Joyce Sharp, Pat Ballard, Sarah Culbert, Joyce Kiser, Nancy Turner, Ma- rion Hitch. Second Row: Patsy Rhyne, Clara Sue Moore, Arline Bleir, Gail Allison, Nancy Minor, Eva Sue Shoun, Ann Smith. Third Row: Roger Mountain, Mr. L. M. Fux, Thomas Chambers. Top: Worship in the Chapel Bottom: Sunday Evening Program mg , was s 290 Top: Wesley Foundation Council Bottom: Sunday Recreation Program HOR TICUL TURAL SOCIETY M ADMINISTRATION r:- CLUB WESLEY FOUNDATION OFFICERS JOHN WILFORD Presuient LYNNWOOD LAY ....................................... Vice-President MARY .Io STULTZ ........................................... Secretary QUENTIN ALEXANDER ....................................... Treasurer The Wesley Foundation, Methodist student organization, is a center for Christian worship, recreation and fellowship. The regular program includes Bible discussion periods, fireside chats and Sunday night sup- pers and programs. In addition, members this year presented religious dramas, attended state conferences and participated in two retreats in the mountains. Although primarily for Methodists on the campus, students of all faiths are invited to become members. Methodist students are automatically members of this organization. 291 PRESBYTERIAN STUDENT CENTER OFFICERS CLAYTON GREEN ........................................... President GINGER RAGSDALE ...................................... Vicv-Presidmt ELEANOR RIGGINS .......................................... Secretary JOHN NEELY Tzeasuru The Presbyterian Student Center endeavors to help students to know Christ, to maintain Christian standards of conduct, and to face attitudes normal, vital contact with the church while they are away from their which are hostile to the Christian faith. It strives to keep students in home churches. It emphasizes worship, religious instruction, leadership training, Christian service, and Christian fellowship. 292 First Row, Left to Right: Nancy Boone, Evelyn Jones, Sarah Brandt, Joy Colston, Jo Ann tt'ellh, Nancy Kellar, Marvin Goodstein, Paree Thornton, Second Row: Barbara. Abercrombie, Peggy Blunt, Patsy Rhyne, Kathleen Myers, Patsy Huff, Linda Sitzman. Third Row: Renfro Sproul. Bob Jat-k- son, Gordon Goodgame, Harvey Sproul, Johnny Haffey, Tom While, Dual South. Fourth Row: Frank Blackett, Jack Fuller, Tom Shuetz, Rich- ard W'aters, Tommy Sentell, Richard Schnabel, Dan Culp. OFFICERS HARVEY SPROUL Prestdent GORDON GOODGA M 1.; ............................... First Vice-Presidenl DORA SMITH second Vice-President CAROL HADLEY ............................................. Secretary BE N BLACK ............................................... Treasurer The Vol Pep Club is the backbone of the spirit on the Hill. Through- out the year the club is active in promoting pep rallies and parades, the sale of orange and white shakers and decorations and half-time skits at football games. The club also sponsors the Best Yell Contest, trips to the out-of-town football and basketball games and also many other activities. Smoky, the Volunteer mascot, was obtained by the Pep Club and has been a boost to the spirit of the V01 supporters. Top : Worship Bottom: Recreation Top: Study Bottom: Fellowship SOCIETY FOR ADVANCEMENT OF MANA CEMENT OFFICERS DAVID MCSWEEN . .. . .. .................................... .President LUCIEN DALE ...... . ................................... Vice-President ROBERT SANDERS ....................................... Vice-President PAT ARMSTRONG . . .. . .. . ................................. Secretary JANIE WEST.. ............. . ....... .....Treasurer Society for Advancement of Management at the University of Ten- nessee is a student chapter of the national professional society of man- agement people in industry, commercea government, and education. For forty years the Society has provided the organization and the medium for participation in the development of individuals, principals, and First Row, Left to Right: Bonnie Bmckney, . . , . Jame VV-est, John Cnhoon, Davul McSween, How- methods whlch have been 1nstrumenta1 1n the preservatlon of a free ggwgwgthigglggg-WSS?$IS 20m, 1332323 12; society. Our student chapter is motivated by a desire to encourage the gaugmgrgrnggmzsg'km'apiamb $2,181,01st student to become aware of the benefits that management has to offer Eihifsroghii'kZWT-egflM2331inP532chi.urE$$ him in the future, Frank Gidwillas, tgslyanilgfizgh. Ernest Williams, way U. T. CHORUS Marsha Murphy at the piano. First Row, Left to Right: Puree Thornton, Kayne McLemore, Lilley Shirley, LuAnn tt'ool'wine, Shirley Kenner, Nancy Johnson, Maxine Suang-ler, Rurth Ann Sproul, Margaret Trotter, Sonya Minks, Ruth Deputy, Janie Wolfkiel. Mary Coffey, Barbara Sherril, Freddie Skidmore, Barbara Boling Darla Ozment, A'mn June! Judd. Elizabeth Tucker. Second Row: Francis Sloan, Ross McNutt, Jo Ann Wexler, Bunny Hickey, Pat Wrinkle. Mary Jane Miller, Peggy Troutman, Mary E. Thomas, Bibbu Thom- as, Carole Cody, Paula Brooke, Gail Wray, Con- nie Lloyd, Nancy Parsons. Jane Moore, Julia Crisp, Janet Moore, Lynn Pascall, Gibhie Lyons, Katherine Mounger, Vivian Garland. Third Row: Andrew Crosslin, James Nichols, Leman- Emery, Gene Fox, Bob Pickel, Lemont Cruze, Judy Murray, Carol Blair, Ann Lindsey, Emily Barnes, Don Farris, Collier Dawson, Jimmy Artman, Richard Miles. Al Partee, Hardie Roberts, Frank tVyatt, Jody Harrison, Maurice Lynch. Fourth Row: Jack Fuller, Charles Mt-Geer. Frank Conn- way, Buddy Keltner, Ned Clapp, Walter Moyers, Jack Spaulding, Edward Amn. The U.T. Chorus is composed of University students interested in music who have a desire to increase their music ability. The Chorus is under the direction of Mr. Ambrose Holford and meets twice weekly. It is often a stepping stone toward membership in the U.T. Singers. The Chorus helped with many campus activities this year. The Choral Union, a select group of students in chorus, combined with the Singers to present "Oklahoma,, for the All Sing finale, and they also sang at Mid- Winter Convocation. 295 m: OFFICERS CAROLYN CLARK .......................................................... President CAROL CRESS ......................................................... ViceAPresident KATHERINE SHARP .............................................. Secretary-Treasurer JANE HARRILL .................................................... Publicity Chairman The Spanish Club exists for the entertainment and instruction of its mem- bers, those who are interested in the various cultural manifestations of the Hispanic people. Club members improve their knowledge of the language, the literature, the music, the daily life of the people of Spain and Spanish Amer- ica; they enjoy the companionship of persons of Spanish speech who happen to be among us. First Row, Left to Right: Kathleen Meyers, Sn- mll Rush, Carol Cress, Katherine Sharp, Camlyn Clark, Carolyn Milbum. Second Row: Emily Jo Raultston, Marilyn Hooper, Marie Dahne, Margie Patton, Sara White, Sarah Robinson, Barbara Saylor. Third Row: Carlotta Fowler, Carole Adam, Jane Kimbrough, Phoebe Preston, Carter Bellmvs. Fourth Row: Mrs. Rose Jeramin, Bill Field, Billy Weaver, Nicky Thiltzes, Dr. G. E. Wade, Mr. tV. H. Archer, Dr. J. 0. Swain. OFFICERS THOMAS D. SENTELL ...................................................... Presidenl CAROLYN JONES ...................................................... Vice-President NANCY BRANN ............................................................ Secretary ROBERT BENNESON JANES, JR. ............................................ Treasurer JOHN MCBRIDE ...................................................... Faculty Adviser The Cercle Francais 0f the University of Tennessee, like French clubs throughout the country, exists to provide students with informal, supple- mentary opportunities for acquiring familiarity with the language and cul- ture of France. Interest in French civilization is the only requirement for membership. In 1954-55 club members saw four French movies, heard talks on French influence in Belgium, Bulgaria, South America and Holland by Visitors from those countries, and received as their guests two natives of France. The club also presented for its own enjoyment and instruction eight skits in French and took part in various French games. A part of each meet- ing is devoted to singing French popular and folk songs. In February the club had as its guests the French Club of West High School in Knoxville. 296 First Row, Left to Right: Marilyn MeBath, Nam-y Parsons, Mary Ann Hansard, Carol Ann Proaps. Paula Broolm, Annabel W'hitten, Louise Lowry. Second Row: Donna Rlu-ker, Barbara K9150, Jeb Bing. Ben Janes, Tom Sentell, Carolyn Jones, Carole Adam, Mary Shofl'ner. Third Row: Renee McKee, Presley Kendall, Harold Edwards, WVil- liam Archer, James Patty, John d'Armand, W. E. Stiefel, John McBride, J. 0. Swain, Mrs. Har- mon Fowler. U.TK SINCHERS Pianist, Virginia Byrd. First Row. Left to Right: Margaret Vunrhees, Analea 'l'omlinson, Virginia Patril-k, Barbara Brown, Sumlene Johnson, Car- olyn Captain, Mr. Holfurd. Second Row: Dun Parker, Robert Farmer, Jo Haynes, Elizabeth Vann, Ramona Elson, Margaret Patton, Henri Gigon, James Massengill. Third Row: Carl RHI- mond, Connie Sisk, Robert Bratcher, Renfrn Sproul, Bill Crowder, Jack Menius, Lou W'alters, Bill Lawson, Dan Delius, James Pritchard, Rub- ert l-lornsby, tt'allace Edwards, James Elson, David Morton. Not Pictured: Doris Pope, Car- olyn York, Janese Jones, Janie McDougall, Betty Emer, James Brewer, James H'all, Howard W'it- son, Edward Miller, Bill HoweHs, tvilliam Dur- land, A. 0. Harrington. OFFICERS BOB FARMER .. ............. . ..................... President DORIS POPE . .......................................... Vice-President MARGARET ANN VOORHEES ......................... Secretary-Treasurer The University Singers is a choral group of 35 selected voices, directed by Ambrose G. Holford7 of the Fine Arts department. The 1954-1955 University Singers made their first public appearance singing in the world premier of Dr. David Van Vactor,s cantata, tLThe New Light? During the winter season the group did several one-day stands in East Tennessee. The annual state-wide tour, part of the University1s advertising and public relations program, was taken March 19-23. Concerts were given in major cities all across the state. Emphasis in the group is on enthusiasm. The Singersnfeel that in pro- portion as each member feels an enthusiasm for his singing, the spirit behind the music is communicated to the audience. SPANISH CLIIB LEYCERCLE FRANCAIS 297 OFFICERS GENE BURTON ............................................................. President HENRY FREAS ........................................................ Vice-President DICK GAMBLE ............................................................. Secretary DAVE SMITH .............................................................. Treasurer HAROLD PEARCE .............................................................. Balitf The U. T. Pre-Legal Society was organizedein 1953 in order to aid the students enrolled in Liberal Arts or Business Administration in the pre-law curriculum. The Society encourages scholarship and endeavors to give its members an insight into their chosen profession. This years program consists of talks by recognized lawyers and political figures, lectures by members of the College of Law faculty, and the study of unique criminal and civil cases. Some of the speakers this year were: Ray Jenkins, well known for his part in the McCarthy hearings, and the Hon- orable George Dempster, Mayor of Knoxville. First Row, Left to Right: Dick Gamble, Gene Burton, Henry Freas. Second Row: Bob Scott, Tommy Ramsey, Harold Pierce, Dave Smith, Earl Rainwater, Burl Rainwater. Third Row: M. B. Hicks, Ken Potyen, Drake Busch. OFFICERS JACK MOTTERN .................................................... Master Alchemist JOE REEDY .................................................... Vice-Master Alchemist ............. Recorder . . .Reporter BILL DuBOIS ............................................................... Treasurer DONALD HENDRIX .............................................. Master of Ceremonies WILLIAM HARGETT ................................................ Alumni Secretary HOMER JOHNSON ................................................... Faculty Advisor Alpha Chi Sigma is a professional fraternity of fifty-eight Collegiate Chap- ters and thirty professional chapters of chemists and chemical engineers. The fraternity is a charter member of the Professional Interfraternity Con- ference, and is associated with the American Association For the Advance- First Row, Left to Right: Joe Reedy, Jack Mottem, Bill DuBois. Second Row: Don Hendrix, William Straker, Shane Smith, Jr., Sam Clinton, ment of Service and the National Safety Council. - Joe on". Alpha Chi Sigma sponsors the award in Pure Chemistry of the American Chemical Society. The charter of the Alpha Phi Chapter tTennessee Chapteri was granted in 1929. xi 53b .r g ; g4? g f$ g 5g iii an maze U. T. PRE-LEGAL S 0 CIE T Y ALPHA CHI SIGMA U; T. DA IR Y PR 0D UC TS IUD GING TEAMS Left to Right: Professor S. A. Hinton, Coach; Charles. Griffin, Robert Price, David Culver, Al- ternate; tvill Haynes. Left to Right: Professor H, N. Carringer, Assist- ant Coach; Robert Johnson. Richard Martin, W'alter Johnson, Professor Thomas .3. Harrison, Cnach. In the National Intercollegiate Dairy Products Judging Contest at Atlantic City, New Jersey, the National Cheese Cup was won by the U.T. Dairy Products Judging Team. They were chosen best judges of cheese out of a total of twenty-six competitors. They were also the third high team in judging milk and the fourth high team in judging all dairy products. Walter Johnson was third of seventy-six contestants in judging cheese and won a $900.00 scholarship. 299 ewe 95$ ME t L A u WW ALPHA PHI OFFICERS QUENTIN ALEXANDER ..... . ................ . . . . . . . . ......... President THANE SMITH ..................................... . .. .Vice-President RAY WEATHERSBY . .................... . ............ . .. .. .. .Secretary SIDNEY LEHMAN ......... . .......................... . . . . .. .Treasurer MYRON PECK ............ . ....... . .......... . ........ . .. .. .Historian MR. DAVID VISE .... . .. . .. ................... . ............ ....Advisor MR. EUGENE HUFF ................................. .. . .. .. .Advisor MR. JIM MONTGOMERY ........................... .. .. .... .. .. .Advisor DEAN RALPH E. DUNFORD .................... . ....... Honorary Member MR. ORTON L. DUGGAN ............................... Honorary Member Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity composed of college and university men who are or have been previously afhliated with the Boy Scouts. Service is rendered in four major fields: T0 the student body and faculty; T0 youth and community; To members of the fraternity; and To the nation as participating citizens. The first chapter was founded December 16, 19253 and the fraternity has grown to become the largest fraternity in the nation, having two hundred and seventy-six chapters at the present time. Iota Alpha Chapter was founded at the University of Tennessee May 21, 1950. 300 First Row, Left to Right: Frank Watkins, Ralph Bullard, Knox Williams, George Dominick, Jack Odom, Quentin Alexander, Fain Smith, David Vice, Adviwnor; George VVuodbury. Second Row: Ray VVethersby, Bill Young, Malcolm Williams, Ray Atkins, Roy DeHart, Myron Peck, John Ed Roberts, Jack Green, Jim Hasselle, Dan Johnson. Third Row: Robert Leonard, C. H. Crockett, Monroe Nichols, Gene Fair, King Morton, Gene McGowan, Charlie Marshall, Granville Frazier. Fourth Row: Sid Lehman, Buddy Nunnaly, Jack Newport, Tom Odom, Bobby Hutchints, Grant Hunt, Paul Hominick, Dick W'ieshuegel, Bill Up- church, Carl Kinnard, Richard Krowicki. ALPHA EPSILON DELTA First Row, Left to Right: Hugh Kopald, Joseph Stiefel, Vebst er Riggs, Doug Stein, George VVood- bury. Second Rmv: Bub Ford, John Maddox, Vir- ginia, McCalla, Joanne Miller, Carl Gibson. Third Ruw: Fletcher Lee, Collin Fox, Samir Sllamiyeh, Joe Beals, Joe W'allace. Fourth Row: Elliott For- tescue, Thomas Lane, Shane Roy, Jimmy Meyers, George Hulladay. Back Ruw: Jerry Crook, Bob Ryan. OFFICERS WEBSTER RIGGs ............................................. President HUGH KOPALD ......................................... Vice-President DOUG STEIN ................................................ Secretary JOSEPH STIEFEL ............................................ Treasurer GEORGE WOODBURY ......................................... Historian Alpha Epsilon Delta is a national honor society for pre-med students who have maintained a 2.8 average after five quarters in college. A student may be pledged after three quarters if he has a 3.0 average. Founded at the University of Alabama in 19267 there are now over ten thousand mem- bers in sixty-one active chapters. The object of AED is to encourage excellence in premedical scholar- ship and to promote contacts between similarly interested students. Tennessee Beta Chapter sponsors medical iilms7 trips to local hospitals and presents a forum on premedical education each spring. 301 BETA OFFICERS E. M. RAMSEY, JR ............................................ President ORVILLE SMITH ........................................ Vice-President HENRY T. V. MILLER ........................................Secretary JAMES WARDLEY ........................................... Treasure; Beta Alpha Psi is a national accounting fraternity to encourage and foster the ideal of service as the basis of the accounting profession; to promote the study of accountancy and its highest ethical standards; to act as a medium between professional men, instructors, students, and others who are interested in the development of the study or profession of accountancy; and to develop high moral, scholastic, and professional attainments in its members. ALPHA PSI Seated, Left to Right: W. C. Henry, Faculty Vioe-President; Carol D. Burns, Evans M. Ram- sey, JL, Henry T. V. Miller. Standing: John H. Ford, Harvey Gv. Dleyer, Donald C. Harris, John W'. Hobby, Allen T. Ledbetter, Betty Ann McMa- han, Karl W'. Sharp, Angelyn Smith, Harvey R. Cummings, VVillimm E. Cherry, Paul M. Cutting, Vt'arren L. Single, Vern H. Vincent, Not Pictured: Edgar B. Arnold, Jr., Fred Bright, Jr., W'iliium W. Jarvis, Jr., M. Clyde, Letsing'L-r, James F. M0- Cloud, Orville N. Smith, James A. Wal'dley, Mar- shall N. Dennison, Herbert H, Harris, Professor W. H. Read. ETA First Row. Left to Right: Duyal W'ilson, G. C. hVatkins, Charles Ragland, James Martin, VVil- liam Hill, Norman Swetnam, Edwin Council, Richard Emmert. Second Row: Edward Bynum, James Freeman, Gvurge Martin, Bob Boden- heimer, George Hendrix, Eugene Mdiowen, Ches- ter Phillips, Vl'illiarm Rudegrs, Charles Branley. Third Row: Charles Searcy, Gene Mattern, John Casey, Jim Culp, W'illiam Godsey, Robert Bunn, Ted Simpson, George Bright, Robert Kinkle, Tom McKenzie, DaVitl Rupley. KAPPA NU OFFICERS E.B.BYNUM ...............................................Presidml G. R. BRIGHT .......................................... Vice-President J.A.MARTIN,JR. .................................Recording Secretary R.A.EMMERT.................................CorrespondingSecretary W. L. GODSEY ............................. .. .......... Treasurer D. C. RUPLEY ............ Bridge Correspondent Eta Kappa Nu is a national honorary Electrical Engineering Society founded in 1904 at the University of Illinois. The purpose of Eta Kappa Nu is to stimulate and reward high scholarship, to assist its members throughout their lives in becoming better men in their chosen profession, and to promote better citizenship. In return the members form a construc- tive force, helping fellow members and non-members alike in improving the standards of the engineering profession. 303 OFFICERS JO ANN MOODY .. .. .. ................ . ...... President WAWANNA CAMERON .. . .. . . . . ........... . . . . .Vice-President J0 HOWARD ........ ...Recording Secretary JEANNIE A. LAMPLEY .............. . . . . . . ...... Corresponding Secretary ANN DOZIER .......................... . .. ...... . ..... . .. . . .Treasurer MISS HELEN WATSON . . . . ...... . . . . .. .. . .. .Faculty Advisor Phi Eta Tau was established at the University of Tennessee in 1933. The groupts object is to further professional interest in Physical Edu- cation. Some of the projects of the club include weekly coffees for students majoring in physical education and guests; professional meetings; a tea for parents of members, faculty, and former physical education majors; and other social functions. First Row, Left to Right: Mary Sue Farmer, Eieanor Powell, June Dyer, Joyce W'il'son, Jean- nie Anderson Lambert. Joan Howard, Dottie Huskey, Mignon tVilson, Carole Cody, Terry Big- ler, Shirley Riggs. Second Row: Jo Ann Moody, Ann Massengil. Nam'y McCullough, Joy Colston, Ann Scarhrough, Patsy Lambert, Barbara Craw- ford, Susan Leinart, Eva Rutherford, VVawanna Cameron, Patti Dixon. Third Row: Betty Graves, Betty W'illiamson, Jo Ann Cox, Iris Haywortll, Sue Sterling, June Gnlfortll, Ruth McCullouch, Maggie Brewer, Carol Chapman, Jane Driskill, Sarah J0 Nichols, Miss Helen Vb'atson, spunsor. Fourth Row: Betty Gray Kincaid, Sally Gandia, Blair Neal, Nancy Hood, Nancy Keys, Kathleen Myers, Jean Ann Van Eynde. Barbara Rhyne. IOTA LAMBDA SIGMA First Row, Left to Right: Sidney Hodges, A. B. Gilland, 0. H. Harmon, Clyde H. Wilson, F. A. VanEynde, C. P. Parsons, G. H. Fortner, James N. Luton. Second Row: G. G. Rutherford, R. A. Taylor, W. E. Sharrock, A. W. Torresani, J. A. Robinson, Sam H. Jones, N. Koch, A. J. Piitzer. Third Row: L. B. Bender, P. J. Moore, 0. Tang, N. Nee, R. F. Heck, J. W. Holloway, R. Penning- ton. Fourth Row: W. A. Seeley, K. Chang, Hugh H'yatt, E. A. Cruze, R. Young, W. M. Davis, Dan M. Jones. Fifth Row: C. McKenzie. R. A. Lusk, R. G. Sawyer, R. L. Hill. OFFICERS GARRETTH.FORTNER ............... President JAMES W. HOLLOWAY, JR. ............................... Vice-Presidenl CLYDE H. WILSON .................................. Secretary-Treasurer CHARLES P. PARSONS ......... ...............................Historian F. A. VAN EYNDF. ...................................... Faculty Adviser Iota Lambda Sigma is a national professional fraternity in Industrial Education founded at the Pennsylvania State University in 1925. Its members must have achieved meritorious records in Industrial Educa- tion courses and must posseSS other qualifications indicating capacity for success in this field. There are now twenty-one chapters in colleges and universities having Industrial Education departments. Beta Chapter at University of Tennessee was founded June 16, 1929. 305 THE YMC OFFICERS HARVEY SPROUL ................. . ................... .. .. .. .President HENRY MILLER .. .............Vice-President JACK ODOM . . . .. .. .Secretary-Treasurer iiReligion and life are one and the same or neither is anythingfi be- lieves the University Christian Association. It carries this out through the Y, a joint YMCA-YWCA. Y meets every Tuesday for worship, study, fellowship, and service. The heart of Y is the Cabinet, student leaders who direct Y-sponsored activitieseTorch Night, Convocation, Student-Faculty Dinner, Y Sopho- more Council, Freshman Live Y,ers, Aloha 0e and countless other proj- ects in cooperation with other campus groups. This is the sixty-seventh year that the Christian Association has been a part of student life, believing that iireligion and life are truly the same? CABINET Candler Hitch John Holladay Horace Holmes Butch J ohnson Keith McCord Henry Miller Bill Monin Ed Murphey John Neeley Bill Newman Jack Odom Herman Reviere Paul Kyker Harvey Sproul Renfro Sproul Fred Stine Amos Wilson Bob Bratcher John Childress Watkins Ewell Ed Fisher Bruce Foster Bob Frost Clayton Greene Malvin Harrison Will Haynes Mr. Ralph W'. Frost, General Secretary of Chris- tian Association, and Miss Helen Henderson, Executive Director of Young Women's Christian Association. First Row, Left to Right: Nancy McMahan. Ginger Ragmlale, Puree Thornton, Marion El- more, Mary Clare Marshall, Mimi Kenan, Janet Kenan Fisher, Eleanor Riggins, Francis Sloan, Patti Batchelor, Sally Testerman, Patsy Rhyne, Mary Jane Merritt. Second Row: John Neely, Eddie Fisher, Clayton Green, Bea Rugers, Em die Murphey. Jack Odom, Bill Newman, Miss llelen Henderson, Henry Miller, Herman Review, Harvey Sproul, W'ayne Davie, Watkins Ewell, Blll Monin. GINGER RAGSDALE OFFICERS . . . . . .President ELEANOR RIGGINS ...................................... Vice-President NANCY MCMAHAN Patti Batchelor Helen Baker Connie Bowers Sarah Brandt Peggy Bugg Ann Chandler Virginia Craft Sandra Davis Sally Dooley Marion Elmore J ane-t Fisher CABINET Babs Hopkins Louise Hord Mimi Kenan Susanne Leinart Mary Claire Marshall Betty J0 McAfee Nancy McMahan Mary Jane Merritt Joel Ann Morris Patsy Rhyne . . . . .Secretary-Treasurer Margie Patton Mary Sheppard Frances Sloan Harriet Spellings Charlene Stinson Sallie Testerman Betty Thompson Paree Thornton Shirley Van Pelt Donna Zeiser J ane Vau ghn THE YWCA HARVEY SPROUL OFFICERS WILLIAM H. OWEN ........................................................ President BILLY C. RATHER .. .................................................. Vice-President EDWARD K. FLEMIN I ........................................ Corresponding Secremry GORDON M. SISK ................................................ Recording Secretary GENE W. SLAGLE .......................................................... Treasurer Delta Nu Alpha Tranportation Fraternity is the first and only transporta- tion fraternity organized on a national scale. It was organized for transporta- tion men for the purpose of promoting greater knowledge of traffic and trans- portation among its members, and to acquaint the general public with the professional nature of the traffic and transportation field. The chapters of Detla Nu Alpha are of two types: those composed of men already in the traHic and transportation field and those composed of college students. Tennessee Alpha Chapter was formed January 27. 1949 and was the 27th chapter. Tennessee Alphais present membership is 60 and is com- posed of majors in all fields of transportation. First Row, Kneeling, Left to Right: Eric Schenk- er, Bob Smith, John Davis, Bob Brengle, Ane drew W'ade, Paul Pelletier. Second Raw, Seated: Ell Fleming, Bill Rather, Bill Owen, Will Smith, Bud Irvine. Third Row: Joel Keith, Sidney Helms, Bill McCain, Ken Marks, Ken Dunhlazier, lViIliam Geiger, Leland Grimm, Edgar Harris. Fourth Ruw: Richard Neel, Andy Emel'ty James Jackson, Jerome Brook, Kermit Adington, Dan- iel Capps, Bud Hancock, George Armnts. The cheerleaders at the University of Tennessee are chosen every spring for the following year. The All Students Club of the school sponsors the elec- tion of four girls and three boys. The head cheerleader is chosen by the newly elected cheerleading squad and is usually a member who has had at least one yearls experience in cheerleading at llThe Hill? This yearls head cheerleader is Wawanna Cameron, the first girl to ever be elected to this position. The cheerleaders attend all of the football games, including out-of-town games. During the past season, the cheerleaders went on trips to Durham NC; Atlanta, Ga.; Memphis, Tennessee; and Lexington, Kentucky. Members of the cheerleading squad are Donna Gardner, Nancy Boone, Jo Ann Webb, Wawanna Cameron, Ben Jones, Buster Pellettieri, and Renfro Sproul. First; Row, Left to Right: Donna Gardner, Nancy Boune, Jo Ann H'ebb, H'awanna Cameron, Head Cheerleader. Second Row: Renfro Sproul, Ben Jones, Buster Pellttieri. g: m DELE4 .NUALPHA CHEER- LEADERS .SIGAIA IIPSIJLOFV OAIICIEOAV OFFICERS FRANK RAMSEY ... . .. .. ........ .. . .. ........... . ........ . .President BUCKY HARRIS ........ . ................................ Vice-President FRED KESSLER . ........ . .................. . . .. . .......... . .Secretary BROCK SANDERS ............... . . . . .. .............. . . .. .. .. .Treasurer GLEN REEDER . .............. .. ........... . ........... Faculty Adviser GENE HUFF .. ......... .FacultyAdvisor Sigma Epsilon Omicron was founded at the University of Tennessee in May, 1949, for the purpose of professional advancement of Physical Education majors and to advance the standards of teaching and leader- Seated, Left to Right: Bucky Harris, Frank Ram- , . . . . 59y, Fred Rem". standing: Glen Reeder, Jim shlp 1n the held of Physmal Educatlon and Recreatlon. Stockdale, Charles Gillespie, Bub Cole, Ansel McMakin. Jerry Ledford, Roy Sims, Charles El- - - 0 - - - liut, Rick Rim, Richard Spumng. The fraternlty IS open to all men students maJorlng 1n Physwal Edu- cation achor Recreation at UT. 309 0. W. HYMAN Vice-l'resident of the University of Tennessee and Dean of the College of Medicine. A K L. ROBERTS JAMES T. GINN KARL G. GOLDNER THOMAS P. NASH, JR. RUTH NEIL MERRY F. J. MONTGOMERY sum ate "nun M the Dean of the College Dean of the School Dean of the School of Dean of the School Director of Student lfnllvge m' Mmlirinp ' ' of Pharmacy Biological Sciences of Nursing W'elfare THE MEMPHIS DIVISION C. P. J. Mooney Memorial Library College of Dentistry Top: Is lation Hospital Top: Pharmacy Building Bottom: G or Psychiatric Hospital Bottom: Cancer Research Laboratory OF THE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE Wittenborg UKnalomyO Building Bottom: University Dormit MEDICAL GRADUATES . DEC. F irst Row: DR. 0. W. HYMAN, Dean .............................. Memphis, Tennessee DR. FRANK L. ROBERTS, Associate Dean .............. Memphis, Tennessee DR. PHIL B. BLEECKER, Sponsor .................... Memphis, Tennessee DR. MORTON J. TENDLER, Sponsor .................. Memphis, Tennessee DR. A. ROY TYRER, JR., Sponsor ...................... Memphis, Tennessee DR. JAMES A. WALLACE, Sponsor .................... Memphis, Tennessee JOE CAMPBELL, President .......................... Greenfield, Tennessee ROBERT B. CLARK, III, Vice-President ............ Chattanooga, Tennessee ELIZABETH DOWELL, Secretary ...................... Knoxville, Tennessee JAMES E. HAMPTON, Treasurer ...................... Memphis, Tennessee CHARLES EDWARD ALLEN ............................ Erwin, Tennessee Second Row: PAUL HOWARD BECKMAN .......................... Nashville, Tennessee WARREN FRANKLIN BROWN ........................ Dayton, Tennessee WALTER S. CAIN .................................... Madison, Tennessee EDWARD P. CALDWELL ................................ Ripley, Tennessee TERRY PARK CRUTHIRDS .......................... Memphis, Tennessee NORMAN H. DAVIS ................................. Memphis, Tennessee BEN ELAM DEWBRE, JR ............................. Memphis, Tennessee ALBERT WILLIAM ELDRIDGE ...................... Nashville, Tennessee BERNARD H. ELLIS ................................ Columbus, Mississippi WALLACE BROWN FRIERSON .................... Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee CLARENCE EUGENE COULDING, JR ............. Johnson City, Tennessee Third Row: BURTON PAINE GRANT ............................ Nashville, Tennessee BEN THOMAS GREGORY ............................ Okolona, Mississippi WILLIAM THOMAS HAMILTON ...................... Memphis, Tennessee ROBERT SCHARFF HARRIS. JR ..................... Memphis, Tennessee 3M 954 FRED ERDMAN HATCH, JR ......................... Memphis, Tennessee CYRUS HENRY HICCS, JR ......................... Creenville, Mississippi CAREY STRATTON HILL, JR ....................... Humboldt, Tennessee MICHAEL LEO HUGHES, JR ......................... Nashville, Tennessee STANLEY KAPLAN .................................. Memphis, Tennessee WILLIAM PAYNE KING ............................. Memphis, Tennessee HARVEY B. KOCH .................................. Nashville, Tennessee Fourth Row : WM. E. MCGHEE .................................... Knoxville, Tennessee 0. L. MERRITT ..................................... Washburn, Tennessee KERMIT MITCHELL ................................ Memphis, Tennessee THOMAS F. MOCAN ................................ Memphis, Tennessee W. T. NUNES ........................................ Nashville, Tennessee WILLIAM A. PARIS .............................. Chattanooga, Tennessee REBECCA L. PHELPS ...... , ......................... Memphis, Tennessee JAMES NORBRETTE RASBERRY ................... Meridian, Mississippi JAMES THOMAS ROBERTSON ....................... Memphis, Tennessee GRAYDON COOP SANDERS, JR ....................... Memphis, Tennessee EDWIN HAYWOOD SHUCK, JR ................... Lookout ML, Tennessee Fifth Row: WM. RICHARD CARL STEWART, JR .................. Nashville, Tennessee I. NELSON STONE ................................ Chattanooga, Tennessee JAMES C. TANNER .............................. Waynesbnro, Mississippi DALE ALEXANDER TEACUE ....................... Creeneville, Tennessee JAMES MANNING THAYER .......................... Memphis, Tennessee HOWARD W. THOMAS ................................ Michie, Tennessee MAURICE EDWARD WALLER ........................ Memphis, Tennessee ALFRED E. WIGGS, II ................................ Nashville, Tennessee GEORGE WM. WRIGHT, JR ........................... Memphis, Tennessee First Row: JAMES F. WARD, President .......................... Livingston, Tennessee JAMES EARL WILLIAMS, Vice-President .............. Knoxville, Tennessee MARY LOUISE BLACKWELL, Secretary-Treasurer ...... Memphis, Tennessee WILLIAM J. ALVERSON .......................... Chattanooga, Tennessee JOHN A. AUSTIN ................................... Lexington, Tennessee JACK N. BISNO ..................................... Memphis, Tennessee GLENN E. BLACKWELL ............................ Morristown, Tennessee JAMES R. BUTCHER, JR ............................. Knoxville, Tennessee Second Row: ROBERT C. CLARK ................................... Tupelo, Mississippi CHARLES H. CROW .................................... Dover, Tennessee JOHN I. DeLASHMET ................................ Clinton, Mississippi DENTAL GRADUA TES - DEC. JAMES D. ENOCH .................................... Nashville, Tennessee RALPH H. FRADY, JR ................................. Stanton, Tennessee JEFFERSON F. HARDIN ............................ Knoxville, Tennessee ARTH 0. JONES .................................... Dyersburg, Tennessee JEROME S. KLEIN .................................. Nashville, Tennessee Third Row : WILLIAM W. LENTS ..................................... Halls, Tennessee NORMAN K. LUTHER ............................... Nashville, Tennessee ALVIN B. MOOREHEAD, JR ................... North Little Rock, Arkansas JOHN F. SADLER ................................... Memphis, Tennessee HERMAN K. SMITH ............................... Vardaman, Mississippi JACOB C. STROUP .................................. McKenzie, Tennessee JACK A. TUCKER .................................... Memphis, Tennessee 954 First Row: DR. KARL J. GOLDNER, Dean ........................ Memphis, Tennessee DR. A. H. MUSICK, Sponsor .......................... Memphis, Tennessee PAUL L. JOURDAN, President ........................ Knoxville, Tennessee JOHN M. ROBERSON, Vice-President .............. Chattanooga, Tennessee INDIA B. HOOD, Secretary ...................... Richlands, North Carolina CHARLES N. HATFIELD ............................ Sneedville, Tennessee MARION H. BAILEY ................................... Sparta, Tennessee Second Row: ROBERT W. BELL .................................... Humbolt, Tennessee JACK C. BEVINS ..................................... Concord, Tennessee JAMES E. BOOTH .................................. Maury City, Tennessee JOHN E. BRADLEY .................................... Sparta, Tennessee JOSEPH W. BROWN .................................... Jellico, Tennessee ATKINS CARTER, JR ............................... Henderson, Tennessee ROBERT A. COFFEY ................................. Tazewell, Tennessee Third Row: SARA E. CRAWFORD ................................ McKenzie, Tennessee DOUGLAS E. CROTTS .............................. Savannah, Tennessee LASTER A. DAWKINS .......................... Grand Junction, Tennessee JAMES KENNETH DePRIEST ....................... Tiphmville, Tennessee JIMMY C. DODD ..................................... Balesville, Arkansas SAM C. FUSON ...................................... Nashville, Tennessee E. J. GOSLIN ........................................ Columbia, Tennessee Fourth Row : THOMAS C. CUTHRIE, JR ............................ Memphis, Tennessee CHARLES R. HARRIS ................................ Newbern, Tennessee WILLIAM A. HARRIS ............................... Humboldt, Tennessee TILLMAN C. HOWELL .................................. Sparta, Tennessee HARRY T. JOHNSON ................................ Memphis, Tennessee ELISE C. JOURDAN .................................... Centralia, Illinois LESLIE B. JULIAN ................................ Morristown, Tennessee PHARMACY GRADUATES-DEC. 954 PHARMAC Y GRADUA TES - DEC. F irst Row: BOBBY C. LINDSAY ............................ Salisbury, North Carolina JACK W. LINDSAY .................................. Rockwuud, Tennessee WILLIAM C. LINGO ................. ' ................ M emphis, Tennessee JIMMY P. LOCKERT. . . . .........................Ashland City, Tennessee NAT C. MADDUX .................................... Memphis, Tennessee CHARLES H. MARTIN ................................... Paris, Tennessee PHILLIP A. MCGREGOR ............................ Monteagle, Tennessee Second Row : JOHN T. McNIEL ................................ Fountain City, Tennessee TURNER C. MOREHEAD ............................ Memphis, Tennessee ELIJAH M. NEIGHBORS .................................. Erin, Tennessee CAVINE P. NORSWORTHY ....................... Waynesboro, Mississippi KENNETH F. PARRISH ......................... Lawrenceburg, Tennessee JAMES D. PATE ........................................ Martin, Tennessee BASIL D. RED, JR ................................... Ellisville, Mississippi 954 Third Row : KENNETH W. ROWE ................................ Knoxville, Tennessee LEON SHIELDS .......................................... Menu, Arkansas LAVERNE SMITH ................................. Clarksville, Tennessee JIMMIE O. SPOTTS .............................. West Memphis, Arkansas BARBARA A. TRUAX ................................ Memphis, Tennessee FRANK R. TURNER ................................. Tupelo, Mississippi LAWRENCE P. TURNER .............................. Memphis, Tennessee Fourth Row: FRED T. WALLACE .................................. Harriman, Tennessee GEORGE T. WEBB, JR ........... . ..................... Memphis, Tennessee WILLIAM L. WESTMORELAND ...................... Kingsport, Tennessee CHARLES R. WILKINS ............................... Memphis, Tennessee WILLIAM L. WILKINS .................................. Wynne, Arkansas Members Not Pictured: CHESTER W. BLANKENSHIP BUDDY L. PRITCHARD MEDICAL; First Row: W. EDWARD FRENCH, Sponsor ....................... Memphis, Tennessee V. A. HALL, Sponsor .................................. Memphis, Tennessee ROBERT McBURNEY, Sponsor ........................ Memphis, Tennessee SAM L. RAINES, Sponsor ............................ Memphis, Tennessee JOHN D. HUGHES, Toastmaster ...................... Memphis, Tennessee THOMAS A. SMITH, President ........................ Camden, Tennessee DONALD R. PURDIE, Vic3-Presidenl ................ Greeneville, Tennessee Second Row: DAN C. NEWBERRY, Secretary ......................... Gleason, Tennessee RALPH H. MONGER, Treasurer ...................... Knoxville, Tennessee EDMOND L. ALLEY ................................ Church Hill, Tennessee WILLIAM P. BAILEY ............................ Johnson City, Tennessee LEE R. BARCLAY .................................... Crossville, Tennessee JOHN M. BISHOP .................................... Memphis, Tennessee JUSTIN C. BLEVINS .............................. Johnson City, Tennessee GRADUATES - MAR. 318 Third Row: SELLS BLEVINS ................................. Johnson City, Tennessee LOUIS G. BRITT ..................................... Memphis, Tennessee GEORGE T. BRYAN .................................. Nashville, Tennessee THOMAS K. CRESON ................................ Memphis, Tennessee WARREN F. DODGE .................................... Jellico, Tennessee IRVIN D. FLEMING .................................. Memphis, Tennessee GEORGE W. FORT ................................. Clarksville, Tennessee Fourth Row: RALPH FRANKLIN ................................. Memphis, Tennessee HAROLD H. FRY ...................................... Camden, Tennessee THOMAS A. FULLER .............................. Oak Ridge, Tennessee LOWELL B. FURMAN ................................ Harriman, Tennessee CHARLES M. GILL .................................... Dechard, Tennessee ROY G. GRAVESEN .................................. Memphis, Tennessee THOMAS R. HARRIS ..... ....,.... ................ Union City, Tennessee First Row: THOMAS M. JACKSON ................................ Dickson, Tennessee MARY E. JOHNSTON ................................ Kingsport, Tennessee DARREL C. KING ....................................... Bemis, Tennessee JAMES C. KING ...................................... Memphis, Tennessee JOHN P. KINNARD ................................... Franklin, Tennessee WILLIAM G. LAING ................................. Knoxville, Tennessee VERNON L. MEDLIN ................................. Nashville, Tennessee Second Row: LAWRENCE S. MOFFATT ........................ Johnson City, Tennessee CHARLES V. MYERS ................................ Memphis, Tennessee PETER P. NEBLETT ............................... Mnrristnwn, Tennessee FLOYD E. NICLEY ................................ Liberty Hill, Tennessee RICHARD A. OBENOUR .............................. Knoxville, Tennessee SAM P. PATTERSON ................................ Memphis, Tennessee ROEMER D. PITMAN ............................... Memphis, Tennessee MEDICAL GRADUA TES - MAR. Third Row: JAMES W. RACKLEY ................................ Memphis, Tennessee WARRAN A. ROSS .................................. Nashville, Tennessee HERMAN I. SCHEINBERG ............................ Memphis, Tennessee VERNON I. SMITH .................................. Knoxville, Tennessee CALVIN R. WALLACE .......................... Fountain City, Tennessee HARRY L. WALTON .............................. Chattanooga, Tennessee ROBERT C. WEBSTER ................................ Gallatin, Tennessee Fourth Row: CHARLES E. WHEATLEY .......................... Henderson, Tennessee HAROLD L. WOOD ................................ Creeneville, Tennessee Members Not Pictured : JAMES A. HOFFMEISTER .......................... Cookeville, Tennessee 955 First Row: 10E W. POPP, President .......................... Elizabethton, Tennessee W. D. CAWOOD, Vice-President ...................... Bluff City, Tennessee DENNIS W. WALDROP, Secretary .................... Knoxville, Tennessee WILLIAM K. THOMPSON, Treasurer .................. Knoxville, Tennessee CHARLES L. ABERNATHY .......................... Memphis, Tennessee MURRAY ALPERIN .................................. Memphis, Tennessee JAMES M BAKERH..H.............................Memphis, Tennessee DONALD C. BATTS .............................. Fountain City, Tennessee ROSCOE L. BRUMBACK .............................. Memphis, Tennessee Second Row: RAY K. BURDINE .................................... Concord, Tennessee LARRY E. FOGO .................................. Chattanooga, Tennessee JAMES GOLDSCHMID .... .........................Memphis, Tennessee THOMAS GULLEDGE ............................ . .Memphis, Tennessee CECIL P. KELLER ...................................... Toone, Tennessee LAWRENCE T. KENNEDY, JR .................... Fountain City,Tennessee EARL KENNEMER .................................. Memphis, Tennessee GEORGE R. KIMBREEL .............................. Memphis, Tennessee JAMES C. KOELZ .................................... Memphis, Tennessee Third Row: JOE C. LANE ...................................... Rodgersville, Tennessee EDWARD N. MAHONEY ............................. Limestone, Tennessee DENTAL GRAD UA TES . MAR. JAMES L. MARKS ............................... Fountain City, Tennessee ROBERT E. MATHIS .................................. Corinth, Mississippi C. L. NABERS ...................................... Mnrristuwn,Tennessce ROBERT NANCE ...................................... Ripley, Mississippi P. J. NELICAN .................................... Cllmtannnga,Tennessee WILLIAM OVERTON ............................. Cainesbum, Tennessee JOHN C. PAYNE ................................... Nashville, Tennessee Fourth Row: JAMES R. SMITH .................................... Memphis, Tennessee HERMAN K. STALLINCS ............................ Humbolt, Tennessee JAMES R. VAN FRANK .............................. Memphis, Tennessee THOMAS H.WIGCINS................................Memphis,Tennessee MARION WILSON ................................ Old Hickory, Tennessee DORAN D. YELTON .................................... Erwin. Tennessee Members Not Pictured: EDWARD M. CAMPBELL ............................. Memphis, Tennessee JAMES C. ELDER....... .................. ...... ..Memphis, Tennessee J. A. FARKAS ........................................ Memphis, Tennessee ROBERT H. GILLIAM ............................. Oak Ridge, Tennessee GEORGE E. HOLLAND .............................. Knoxville, Tennessee T. W. JOHNSTON .................................... Memphis, Tennessee WILLIAM B. LAMB ...................................... Paris, Tennessee HARRY H. MINCER .................................. Memphis, Tennessee K55 DENTAL H YGIENE GRADUATES . MAR. 55 First Row: NELL H. RAST, President.. .......................... Memphis, Tennessee NORMA TASSEY, Vice-Prcsidcnl ...................... Nashville, Tennessee PAT DYKES, Secretary .............................. Harriman, Tennessee JOAN WINTER, Treasurer ............................. Memphis, Tennessee MAUDELL CUNNINGHAM BARR ...................... Athens, Tennessee ELEANOR DAY .................................... Memphis, Tennessee JACKIE ERD .................................... Chananuoga, Tennessee Second Row: ARLYNE CLASSBERG ............................... Memphis, Tennessee MARILYN HARNEY .................................... Tulsa, Oklahoma LUDELL KENNEDY .......................... Lewisburg, Tennessee NANCY KERR ...................................... Nashville, Tennessee PATRICIA CONE NEWBERJ .................. Osceola, Arkansas SAMMY PARHAM .................................... Boyle, Mississippi DOROTHY ROGERS .................................. Duncan, Oklahoma Third Row: JACKIE ROYALS .......... .. ...................... Belle Glade, Florida VIRGINIA ANN SHIPP ............................... Lebanon, Tennessee MARY SUE SIMPSON ................................ Stuttgart, Arkansas KAY THOMAS ........................................ Benton, Tennessee JEAN WINTER ...................................... Memphis, Tennessee Members Not Pictured: JOHN BARRON, D.D.S., Sponsor RALPH E. HENDERSON, D.D.S., Sponsor RAYMOND MOURFIELD, JR.Y D.D.S., Spunsnr .MEDICAL First Row : JACK C. STRIPLING, President ........................ Newbern, Tennessee DOUGLAS E. PIERCE, Vice-Pre5ident .................. Mnsheim, Tennesse: MADALYN P. HEIDELBERG, Secretary ................ Taylor, Mississippi HORACE L. ELMORE, Treasurer .................... State Line, Mississippi ROBERT L. ANDREAE ............................... Jackson, Mississippi WILLIAM D. AUSTIN .............................. Millington, Tennessee ROBERT W. BEASLEY ................................ Paducah, Kentucky W. JOHNSON BIBB ................................. Springfield, Tennessee Second Row: JOE F. BRYANT ..................................... Newbern, Tennessee GEORGE K. CARPENTER, JR ......................... Nashville, Tennessee EUGENE J. CLARKE ................................ Knoxville, Tennessee FRANK DeGEORGE .................................... Phoenix, Arizona GRADUATES-JUNE 322 35 JOSEPH B. DRUEKE ................................. Jackson, Tennessee HENRY S. DURHAM, JR ............................. Illa Bena, Mississippi BILL B. ELROD ..................................... Holcomb, Mississippi WILLIAM T. FARRAR .......................... Jefferson City, Tennessee Third Row: JERRY T. FRANCISCO ............................ Huntingdon, Tennessee CHERIE FRIEDMAN ................................. Oxford, Mississippi CHARLES H. CANTT .................... Kings Mountain, North Carolina GALE GARDNER, JR ................................. Knoxville, Tennessee JAMES L. CLASS .................................... Memphis, Tennessee M. L. GOODMAN ...................................... Camden, Tennessee JOHN D. GRIFFITH .................................... Jellicu, Tennessee MORTON L. GUBIN .................................. Memphis, Tennessee First Row: STERLING A. HARRIS .................................. Atlanta, Georgia MORRISS M. HENRY ................................ Fort Smith, Arkansas JACK L. HERRING .................................. Raymond, Mississippi BILLY M. HICHTOWER ............................ Lewisburg, Tennessee ELEANOR W. HUMPHREYS .......................... Memphis, Tennessee WILLIAM R. JERNIGAN ............................ Springfleld, Tennessee JIMMY J. KING .................................... Guntersville, Alabama MAURICE N. LOWRY ............................. Hollow Rock, Tennessee Second Row : JULIAN K. MCLENDON ............................... Columbus, Georgia WILLIAM C. MIEHER, JR ............................. Memphis, Tennessee JAMES B. MILLIS ................................... Conkeville, Tennessee PAUL S. NUSSBAUM ............................ Cape Girardeau, Missouri I. D. PEEPLES, JR .................................... Memphis, Tennessee MEDICAL GRADUATES - JUNE 323 JACK J. PEMBERTON .................................... Clay, Kentucky ALFRED A. RADER ................................ Creeneville, Tennessee ALFRED KEITH RHODES .......................... Henderson, Tennessee Third Row : J. G. RITCH, JR ........................................... Stuart, Florida JAMES H. SMITH ...................................... Selmer, Tennessee ROBERT J. SMITH .................................... Jackson, Tennessee BRUCE E. WALKER ................................. Lucedale, Mississippi DONALD D. WALKER ................................ Memphis, Tennessee GORDON L. WILLS ................................. Memphis, Tennessee Members Not Pictured: H. J. BURNHAM ..................................... Memphis, Tennessee ALAN B. CAMPBELL ................................. Nashville, Tennessee CURTIS McGOWN .................................. Memphis, Tennessee HUGH A. SANDERS ................................ Springdale, Arkansas 955 First Row: DR. ALFRED P. KRAUS, Sponsor. . . 4. ............... .Memphis, Tennessee GERRE WELLS, Sponsor .............................. Memphis, Tennessee JACK ADKINS, Vice-President, March. . . . . . . . . . . . . ..... Laurel, Mississippi EDWARD M. BARBER, President, March .......... ..Morristown, Tennessee PATSY BEACH, September ............ . . . .. ....... Johnson City, Tennessee Second Row: DANIEL BRIGHT, September.. ..................... ....Laurel, Mississippi CARLENE DAVIS, September ................ . . . . . . . .Cleveland, Mississippi SHERRELL DUNN, President, September .............. Greenfield, Tennessee ANN FOWLER, Reporter, September. .. ..... . ....... Huntingdon, Tennessee MARY AMELIA GOULDING, September. . . . .. ...... Johnson City, Tennessee Third Row: CAROLYN HASTINGS, Vice-President, September ...... Memphis, Tennessee MOLLIE LAWSON, September ......... . . . . . . ..... . ..... Tupelo, Mississippi DEANNE STOUT, September. . . . . . . ................ . .Clinton, Tennessee MARY ANNE WISEMAN, September. . . .............. Memphis, Tennessee MEDICAL TECHNOL 00 Y GRADUA TES K55 MAR. AND SEPT. DENTAL GRADUATES - JUNE First Row: R. M. OVERBEY, President ............................ Memphis, Tennessee J. ALVIN CARRISON, Vice-Prexident .................. Knoxville, Tennessee WILLIAM W. MANNING, Secretary ................... Nashville, Tennessee CHARLES F. LANDIS, Treasurer .................. Chattanooga, Tennessee C. B. ARMSTRONG .................................... Martel, Tennessee CHARLEY N. BEARD .................................... Paris, Tennessee EDWIN B. CRENSHAW ............................ Union City, Tennessee Second Row : R. S. DAVIDSON .................................... Whitwell, Tennessee STEVE C. FUTRIS .................................. Memphis, Tennessee CHARLES LLOYD CILLILAND ...................... Knoxville, Tennessee ROBERT DANIEL HAYMORE ..................... Chattanooga, Tennessee JAMES E. HAMILTON .............................. Vurdaman, Mississippi JOSEPH PATRICK KEIRAN .......................... Memphis, Tennessee A, D. MARSHALL .................................... Trezevanl, Tennessee Third Row: MAURICE E. PETROVSKY ......................... Memphis, Tennessee ALFRED RHEA ...................................... Bristol, Tennessee ,55 W. S. ROBERTSON ...................................... Milan, Tennessee JOHN C. RUMBLE .................................... Memphis, Tennessee TROY E. SHEFFIELD ................................ Culfport, Mississippi JACK SPICELAND ..................................... Dover, Tennessee RAYMOND L. STRATTON ....................... Rolling Fork, Mississippi Fourth Row: JOSEPH W. WALL, JR ................................. Oxnard, California WILLIAM F. WHARTON ............................ Memphis, Tennessee WILLIAM E. WILD ......... I ...................... Chattanooga, Tennessee SAMUEL M. WILES ............................. Johnson City, Tennessee WILLIAM E. WILLOUCHBY ........................ Mt. Juliet. Tennessee WADE WINNETT .................................. Wondhury, Tennessee Members Not Pictured: M. S. ALPERIN....................... ..............Mempllis, Tennessee ROBERT BUCKNER ................................ Knoxville, Tennessee JACK SCHMITT ................................... Franklin, Tennessee ROBERT STRAHLEY ............................. Chattanooga, Tennessee GEORGE TEMPLE .................................. Nashville, Tennessee MEDICAL GRADUATES . SEPT. First Row: MICHAEL E. STEBLER, President .................. Lansfurd, Pennsylvania JESSE A. MILLER, JR., Vice-President ................ Knoxville, Tennessee BLANCHE S. SOMERVILL, Secretary .................... Mason, Tennessee WILLIAM C. KEETON, Treasurer .................. Waynesboro, Tennessee HUBERT A. ABRAHAM .............................. Memphis, Tennessee H. HAYWOOD BARHAM .............................. Jackson, Tennessee BEBE ANNE BASS .................................. Wartrace, Tennessee RONALD F. CALKINS ................................ Knoxville, Tennessee CHARLES E. CAMPBELL, JR ......................... Memphis, Tennessee Second Row: JOHN N. CANTON ......................... ...... St. Petersburg, Florida ROBERT H. COFER .................................. Calhoun, Tennessee JAMES K. COOKE, JR ............................. Chattanooga, Tennessee WILLIAM D. CRAWLEY, JR ....................... Chattanooga, Tennessee RHETT C. DANLEY, JR ......................... Lawrenceburg, Tennessee DAVID H. DENNEY .................................... Milan, Tennessee BILL DOUGLAS ................................. McMinnville, Tennessee ALPHONSE L. DRERUP, JR ......................... Union City, Tennessee ROY C. EZELL ...................................... Nashville, Tennessee Third Row: FRANK C. GARBIN .................................... Biloxi, Mississippi HAROLD R. CILLESPIE .............................. Memphis, Tennessee OSCAR B. HECKLIN .............................. Chattanouga, Tennessee BERYL D. HENWOOD .................................... Amarillo, Texas 323 955 DAVID H. HOLT. . . . . . . . . . . . . ; .......................... Milan, Tennessee ROBERT H. HUTCHESON, JR ......................... Franklin, Tennessee WILLIE R. JOUETT ................................. Livingston, Tennessee BERT H. LEMINC, JR .............................. Creeneville, Tennessee JAMES C. LETT ..................................... Knoxville, Tennessee Fourth Bow: WILLIAM L. MADEN, JR ................................ Augusta, Georgia SPENCER MOON ...................................... Liberty, Missouri WILLIAM E. MOREHEAD ............................ Dmdee, Mississippi CANNON E. NEWBILL, JR ........................... Purtales, New Mexico ROY C. PAGE ........................................ Memphis, Tennessee ROBERT D. PROFFITT .............................. Maryville, Tennessee FRED C. RAINEY .................................... Nashville, Tennessee LLOYD W. RUSSELL .................................... Mobile, Alabama NATHAN K. SALKY .................................. Memphis, Tennessee Fifth Row: ROBERT C. SHERRILL ................................. Lakeland, Florida JOHN B. TURNER ..................................... Jackson, Tennessee JOHN K. TWILLA ................................... Smithville, Tennessee LEWIS A. WALKER .................................. Memphis, Tennessee ROBERT B. WHITTLE .............................. Gatlinburg, Tennessee EUGENE S. WOLCOTT ............................... Franklin, Tennessee Member Not Pictured: JOHN W. APPERSON, JR ............................. Memphis, Tennessee First Row: ROBERT C. ROWE, President ...................... Johnsnn City, Tennessee H. ALLEN HARRISON, JR., Vice-President ............ Nashville, Tennessee JAMES A. ALEXANDER, JR ........................... Memphis, Tennessee EUGENE C. ARCHER ................................ Kingsport, Tennessee WILLIAM M. BRADFORD ............................ Nashville, Tennessee J. T. COBB, JR ....................................... Memphis, Tennessee WINFIELD C. DUNN ................................ Meridian, Mississippi Second Row: MIKE L. DURRETT ................................. Clarksville, Tennessee WARREN H. DYE .................................. Ackerman, Mississippi DONALD H. ELLIS .................................... Bristol, Tennessee DAVID A. GROVE ...................................... Mascot, Tennessee JAMES E. HAMNER, III .............................. Memphis, Tennessee MALCOLM A. LYNCH ............................ Chattanuuga, Tennessee SEWELL R. MCKINNEY ............................ Oak Ridge, Tennessee Third Row: JOE O. NAVE ....................................... Kingsport, Tennessee THOMAS C. NELSON ......................... Signal Mountain, Tennessee DENTAL CHARLES R. NUSSBAUMER ........................ Bordeaux, Tennessee R. MCCORD POPE .................................. Manchester, Tennessee JAMES 5. SMITH .................................... Memphis, Tennessee RAY C. STEINKE .................................... Knoxville, Tennessee WALTER F. SUMMERS ............................. Oak Ridge, Tennessee Fourth Row : MACK D. UNDERWOOD .............................. Concord, Tennessee GEORGE W. VERNON ................................ Memphis, Tennessee JOHN O. YEIDER .................................... Nashville, Tennessee DAVID E. YOUNG .................................. Humboldt, Tennessee Members Not Pictured: TOMMY C. GILBERT ................................ McKenzie, Tennessee HERBERT M. LAWSON .................................. Erwin, Tennessee JACK M. MORTON ............................... Chattanooga, Tennessee HAROLD A. MULLINS, Secretary and Treasurer ........ Humboldt, Tennessee 5. L. REYNOLDS ...................................... Myrtle, Mississippi GRADUA TES . SEPT. 955 First Row: ANN HARVEY, 11 N 09 ............................ Clarksville, Tennessee FRANCES ANNE JONES, Vice-President, 12 N GO . . . .Clarksville, Tennessee LINDAREE LEDBETTER, President 12 N 09 ...... Johnson City, Tennessee FRANCES MGCOWAN, 11 N 09 .................... Clarksville, Tennessee Second Row: BETTY JANE NBEGEED SMITH, 11 N GD .............. Memphis, Tennessee CELIA SPAINHOWER, 10 N 09 ...................... Knoxville. Tennessee GRACE THOMPSON, 11 N GD ........................ Knoxville, Tennessee HOLLY WILKINS, Secretary-Treuxun'r 12 N CH ........ Knoxville, Tennessee Members Not Pictured: BARBARA ALLEN, 11 N 6N .......................... Memphis, Tennessee ARLENE FRANKLIN 10 N CD ...................... Kingsport, Tennessee CAROLYN B. HILL, 11 N 6N ...................... Johnson City, Tennessee BARBARA MARTIN 10 N GD ....................... Kosciusko, Mississippi TWELFTH m, ELEVENTH m, AND TENTH w QUARTER NURSING - JUNE ,55 TWELFTH'M; QUARTER NURSING-JUNE First Row: MRS. RITA THOMAS, Sponsor, 12 N 00 .............. Memphis, Tennessee ELISE ADCOCK, Secretary-Treasurer, 12 N 00 ...... Ridgeland, Mississippi NANCY L. BROWN, 8 N 00 .......................... Summit, Mississippi CLENDA RUTH CANADA 8 N 00 .................... Memphis, Tennessee NANCY JANE CROSS 8 N 00 .......................... Jellico, Tennessee SARAH ANN DALE 12 N 00 ........................ Pumguuld, Arkansas Second Row: JOANN DOOM, 12 N OD .......................... New Albapy, Mississippi JOAN P. ISABEL, 8 N M1. . . .: ....................... Memphis, Tennessee SHIRLEY R. LAWSON, 12 N 00 ....................... Carlisle, Arkansas SARAH JANE MALONE, 8 N 00 .................... Clarksville, Tennessee SYLVIA F. PAULK, 12 N OD .......................... Tupelo, Mississippi JEAN PEEK, Vice-Presideni, 8 N M11 .................. Furl Payne, Alabama AND EIGHTH M1 35 Third Row: PATRICIA A. PENLAND, Treasurer, 8 N 00 .......... Oak Ridge, Tennessee CATHERINE PHILLIPS, 12 N 010 ...................... Durant, Mississippi SHIRLEY L. SPRAKER, 12 N 00 ...................... Martel, Tennessee JUNE E. SUSONC, President, 12 N OD .............. Greeneville, Tennessee Members Not Pictured: JANET R. BANNER, 8 N M1 ............................ Bristol, Tennessee BARBARA L. GODSEY, 8 N OD ........................ Bristol, Tennessee SHIRLEY E. HOUSER, 12 N OD .................... Kingsport, Tennessee MARY JANE MCNEILL, President, 8 N OD .......... Abinglnn, Pennsylvania BOBBIE Q.P1TTMAN, 12 N 00 ...................... McCumb, Mississippi TOMMIE J. SUDDUTH, 8 N 00 ............. . ........ Carthage, Mississippi ELEVENTH mu QUARTER AND TENTH m QUARTER NURSING - JUNE 955 First Row: VASHTI ALLEY NMRSJ, Secretary, 11 N 00 .......... Memphis, Tennessee MARY LEE BANNER, Vice-President, 11 N OD .......... Jonesville, Virginia JAMIE R. BOYD, 10 N 00 ............................ Memphis, Tennessee COLLEEN BUTLER, 11 N 00 .............................. Miami, Florida SHIRLEY DEAN, 11 N OD .............................. Moberly, Missouri Second Row: ANNA K. DICKSON, 10 N OD .................... Bethel Springs, Tennessee PATRICIA LEE FUQUA, 11 N GD .................. Gainesborn, Tennessee JO ANN KETCHERSID, President, 10 N 00 .............. Jellico, Tennessee PATRICIA JOANNE KNOLL, 10 N MN .................. Bristol, Tennessee BEVERLY PRATHER, 11 N OD .................. Brookings, South Dakota Third Row: MARTHA ANN ROSE, 10 N 00 .......................... Fulton, Kentucky MITZI WELLS, President, 11 N 00 ...................... Etowah, Tennessee MARY WOLFE, 11 N m .......................... Church Hill, Teninessee Members Not Pictured: CAROL FRANCISCO NMRSJ, 11 N 00 ELLEN HOLLAND, 11 N OD JIMMY M. HUNN, 10 N m DOROTHY MCCARLEY, 11 N OD DEANNE MCCORMICK NMRSJ, 11 N MN MARY CAROL MORAN, 10 N 00 CHARLOTTE LYNN NEAL, 10 N OD PEGGY NORMAN, 10 N OD SYLVIA REECE, 11 N OD VIRGINIA THRELKELD, 11 N 00 First Row: J. W. JACKSON, JR., President ......................... Braseltnn, Georgia ROBERT B. MANDLE, Vice-President .................... Paris, Tennessee JAMES L. CLIFFORD, Secretary .................... Knoxville, Tennessee WOODROW A. BANKS, Treasurer .................. Chattanooga, Tennessee THOMAS J. ANDERSON ............................ Ellisville, Mississippi ELIZABETH BELL BARKER .......................... Memphis, Tennessee JAMES B. BARKER .................................. Memphis, Tennessee R. I. BOURNE, JR ................................ Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee D. J. CANALE ....................................... Memphis, Tennessee Second Row: MICHAEL C. CARVER ............................. Morristown, Tennessee ERIC M. CHAZEN ................................... Knoxville, Tennessee J. TODD CROSS ....................................... Gadsden, Alabama JUNIUS L. CROSSETT ............................... Moscow, Tennessee WALTER C. CROWE ................................. Nashville, Tennessee RAY E. CURLE ...................................... Memphis, Tennessee DON E. DISMUKES ............................... Duck Hill, Mississippi J. WILLIAM ETTINGER ........................... Poplar Bluff, Missouri WILLARD B. FIELDS ............................... Memphis, Tennessee Third Row: WILLIAM E. FOREE, JR ................................ Athens, Tennessee R. M. GLASGOW ..................................... Dresden, Tennessee JAMES A. GWALTNEY .............................. Memphis, Tennessee J. DONALD HAWTHORNE .......................... Kipgsport, Tennessee GEORGE HIGLEY, JR ................................ Memphis, Tennessee JAMES R. HOWERTON .............................. Knoxville, Tennessee IRA M. KELLEY ........................................ Sehring, Florida WILLIAM F. MCCORMICK ........................ Chattanooga, Tennessee WILLIAM J. MCCOY, III ............................ Knoxville, Tennessee Fourth Row: ARTHUR R. McCURRY ................................. Erwin, Tennessee THOMAS F. MCCEHEE, JR ....................... Long Beach, Mississippi JACK M. MOBLEY ................................... Jackson, Mississippi ISAAC 0. NEWTON, JR ............................ Tylertown, Mississippi ROBERT P. SAYLE ................................... Tunica, Mississippi JAMES A. SHEFFIELD .............................. Gulfport, Mississippi WALTER F. SIDWELL .............................. Livingston, Tennessee J. WILLIAM STEPHENS .............................. Canaan, Mississippi CARL STRAUSS ..................................... Memphis, Tennessee Fifth Row: ROBERT L. SUMMIT ............................... LaFollette, Tennessee CHARLES RAY SWIFT ............................ Chattammga,Tennessee HOWARD VESSER ................................... Mascot, Tennessee BILLY VINSON ........................................ Dover, Tennessee E. B. WILKINSON, JR ............................... Knoxville, Tennessee CAROL FRANCES WILLIAMS ..................... Chattanooga, Tennessee ROBERT F. WOLFF .................................. Memphis, Tennessee L. ROY YOUNG, JR ................................. Bulls Cap, Tennessee Members Not Pictured: DAVID B. ELLIS ..................................... Memphis, Tennessee RICHARD L. GEORGE ................................ Macon, Mississippi BOB MITCHELL .................................... Jackson, Mississippi R. S. SHACKLETT ............................... Murfreesboro, Tennessee RAY H. STEWART ................................... Memphis, Tennessee GLENN WATTS ..................................... Granville, Tennessee TENTH QUARTER MEDICINE - JUNE 955 First Row: MR. C. H. SMITH, Sponsor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Memphis, Tennessee I. E. COLEMAN, President ............................ McEwen, Tennessee ROSS HICKEY, Vice-President ........................ Nashville, Tennessee RUBY C. REYNOLDS, Secretary .................... Alexandria, Tennessee ROBERT BARTLETT, Treasurer ...................... Nashville, Tennessee J. W. BILYEU ...................................... Cookeville, Tennessee A. L. BLACK, JR ...................................... Hughes, Arkansas BOBBY BORUFF ................................ Fountain City, Tennessee Second Row : JOHN BUCY ............................................. Paris, Tennessee WILLARD CHUMLEY ................................ Memphis, Tenne;see J. E. COGGINS ................................... Holly Grove, Tennessee D. L. CUNNINGHAM .................................. Spencer7 Tennessee C. M. DALE, JR .................................. Old Hickory, Tennessee JACK DALTON ........................................ Baxter, Tennessee W. L. DJERF ....................................... Tullahoma, Tennessee R. C. DOUCHERTY ................................ Greenback, Tennessee Third Row: F. G. DUDLEY ................................... Caruthersville, Tennessee M. E, FARMER ...................................... Jonesboro, Arkansas DON GATEWOOD .................................. Memphis, Tennessee J. E. GILLINWATERS ............................... Knoxville, Tennessee WALTER GOTHARD ................................ Smithville, Tennessee JIMMY HICHFILL ................................. Brownsville, Tennessee BILL HODCES ....................................... Memphis, Tennessee BILL HOLMES ....................................... Knoxville, Tennessee TENTH QUARTER PHARMACY . JUNE ,55 332 TENTH QUARTER PHARMACY - JUNE 955 First Row: TAYLOR HOPPER ................................... Bruceton, Tennessee BRUCE HOWARD .................................... Nashville, Tennessee JOSEPH JOHNSON .................................. Harriman, Tennessee J. G. KARNES ....................................... Knoxville, Tennessee CAREY LANIER ..................................... Portland, Tennessee JIMMIE G. LEWIS ................................. Little Rock, Arkansas PAUL MAPLES ...................................... Batesville, Arkansas C. N. MAY ......................................... Huntingdon, Tennessee Second Row: JIMMY MAXWELL ................................. Springfield, Tennessee ERNEST MICHAEL ................................... Memphis, Tennessee .1. D. MOFFITT ..................................... Lexington, Tennessee A. P. MOODY ........................................ Nashville, Tennessee 333 C, W. MOORE, III ............................... Lawrenceburg, Tennesscv R. G. NAIRON ........................................... Paris, Tennessee H. H. OFFUT, JR ................................. Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee H. C. PARDUE ...................................... Kingsport, Tennessee Third Row: A. 0. SHAW, JR. ................................... Monticello, Arkansas A. R. SMITH: ........................................ Memphis, Tennessee B. J. SUTTON ...................................... Jamestown, Tannesscc J. H. THORNTON .................................... Ardmore, Tennessee 0. E. WESTMORELAND ............................. Kingsport, Tennessee Members Not Pictured: W. F. PETTY ...................................... Oak Ridge, Tennessee H. E. WILLIAMS, JR ................................. Memphis, Tennessee TENTH Q UARTER DENTISTR Y First Row : HAROLD L. RUSSELL, President ..................... McKenzie, Tennessee NATHAN E. WILSON, Vice-President .................. Knoxville, Tennessee EARL C. ICENHOWER, Secretary ..................... Maryvivlle, Tennessee HARRY A. STRATTON, Treasurer .................... Maryville, Tennessee IDAN R. BOTTOMLY, Social Chairman ................ Greeneville, Tennessee KEARNEY D. SPEARS, Sergeant-at-Arms ............... Oxford, Mississippi Second Row: ROBERT J. ADAMS .................................. Memphis, Tennessee HARRISON A. BURNETT ............................ Knoxville, Tennessee ELTON L. HARRIS .................................. Memphis, Tennessee JAMES L. JACKSON .............................. Murfreesboro, Tennessee 334 JUNE 55 . KENNETH 0. KING ................................ Louisville, Mississippi THOMAS E. McCLELLAN ............................ Hickman, Kentucky Third Row: HORACE D. PETERS ................................ Knoxville, Tennessee JERRY S. SEWELL ................................... Madison, Tennessee JAMES T. STRUNK ................................. Henryenu, Tennessee WILLIAM S. SUTTON ............................... Kingspurt, Tennessee Members Not Pictured: ROBERT J. CLEMENT ................................ Gleason, Tennessee ELBERT CLADDEN .................................... Linden, Tennessee LAWRENCE F. MOORE .............................. Callaway, Tennessee First Row: PATRICK T. KELLY, President ...................... Little Rock, Arkansas CHARLES R. HAYNIE, Secretary ....................... Camden, Arkansas JOSEPH H. WILLIAMS, Treasurer .................... Harriman, Tennessee LYDIA BAUMANIS ................................. Limestone, Tennessee JACK L, BERN .................................... McMinnville, Tennessee FRED D. BIRMINGHAM .............................. Jackson, Tennessee 5. PERRY BRICKMAN ............................ Chattanooga, Tennessee Second Row: JOHN H. CARSON .................................... Stilwell, Oklahoma ROBERT S. CHILDS, SR ........................... Dyershurg, Tennessee THOMAS M. COOPER ................................. Pulaski, Tennessee JOHN N. ENCEL ..................................... Nashville, Tennessee RICHARD M. FIELDS .................................. Milan, Tennessee CHESTER F. HIGHT ............................... Little Rock, Arkansas AARON 5. KING, JR .............................. Yazoo City, Mississippi Third Row: JAMES E. LONG ................................. Hazlehurst, Mississippi FRANKLIN MILLER ................................. Memphis, Tennessee SHAWIE NOFFEL .................................. Portageville, Missouri JOHN M. OWEILLY JR .................................. Mobile, Alabama HORACE E. POOL ................................. Little Rock, Arkansas ROBERT B. POTTER, JR ............................. San Antonio, Texas STANLEY RUBENSTEIN ................................ Milan, Tennessee F ourth Bow: ROBERT T. SOHN ................................... Memphis, Tennessee D. W. STURDIVANT ................................ Columbia, Mississippi H. G. WARREN, JR ........................... North Little Rock, Arkansas JAMES O. WILEY .................................... Munford, Tennessee Members Not Pictured: LAVANDA L. DAVIS .................................... Lula, Mississippi W. J. HALE ......................................... Kingsport, Tennessee LARRY MARTIN ....................................... Terry, Mississippi JACK W. SAYLOR ............................... Johnson City, Tennessee EIGHTH QUARTER DENTISTRY - JUNE 955 First Row: BOB THURMAN, President ............................. Sparta, Tennessee JAMES J. ACKER ................................... Knoxville, Tennessee RICHARD O. BALLEW ............................. Oak Ridge, Tennessee LEONARD BERG ................................... Miami Beach, Florida JOE O. BREAUX ...................................... SheHield, Alabama ARKLEE K. BUSBY .......................... North Little Rock, Arkansas JIMMY L. CRAIG ................................... Columbia, Tennessee Second Row: WILLIAM K. FRYE ................................... Etowah, Tennessee JOHN W. GOODNER ................................ Walertown, Tennessee DONALD T. HARRIS ................................ Memphis, Tennessee J. EUGENE HOWARD ............................. New Market, Tennessee ROBERT P. KLINE ................................... Memphis, Tennessee AUSTIN P. MOODY .................................. Nashville, Tennessee JOHN R. NELSON .................................. Humboldt, Tennessee Third Row: BILLY D. PIERCE ................................ Fort Worth, Tennessee ROBERT M SICLER.. ......................... Millington, Tennessee EDWARD H. THOMPSON ............................. Gadsden, Alabama HUGH S. UNCER .................................... Brooklyn, New York ROBERT E. WALKER ............................... Memphis, Tennessee PAUL E. WHITTEMORE ............................ Nashville, Tennessee Members Not Pictured: EDGAR D. AKIN ................................ Old Hickory, Tenncsscc JAMES B. BEATTY ................................ Oak Ridge, Tennessee WALLACE B. BIGBEE ............................. Germantown, Tennessee WARREN C. 800? .................................. Knoxville, Tennessee WILLIAM D, BRACKETT .......................... Chattanunga, Tennessee WILLIAM O, BRYANT ............................... Newbern, Tennessee CHARLES M. COWAN ................................. Sparta, Tennessee CLARENCE DAVIS .................................. Lewisburg, Tennessee WILLIAM T. DOBBINS .............................. Nashville, Tennessee NICHOLAS H. EDWARDS, Vice-President .............. Memphis, Tennessee ELMER A. GREENE .................................. Seymour, Tennessee LARRY E. HALE .................. , ............... Chattanooga, Tennessee JERRY KAPLAN ..................................... Memphis, Tennessee SAMUEL E. LANDRUM ................................ Martin, Tennessee SCOTTY 0 NEIL, Secretary-Treasurer .................. Memphis, Tennessee TRAVIS H. ROBERTSON ........................... Dyersburg, Tennessee CHARLES D. SMITH ................................ Altamont, Tennessee THOMAS E. STRONG ................................. Raleigh, Tennessee WILLIAM C. TAYLOR .............................. Oak Ridge, Tennessee JAMES W. TIPTON .................................... Milan, Tennessee ANNETTE V. TURNER .............................. Memphis, Tennessee JIMMIE F. WALDRON ................................. Alamo, Tennessee LOUIS WENER ....................................... Memphis, Tennessee HALFORD S. WHITAKER ....................... Columbia, South Carolina SEVENTH QUARTER MEDICINE - JUNE 55 SEVENTH 747 QUARTER NURSING-JUNE First Row: MABI.E ALEXANDER, Presith'nl, 7 N OD ............ 011k Ridgl','rcnncssuc MARGARET BRAMBLETT, 7 N MO ................. Harriman, Tennessee BETTY R. CARROLL, Prasident, 6 N OD ........ Huntington, West Virginia CARMEL C. CULPEPPER, Council Representative, 7 N OD . .Milan, Tennessee LORETTA DUCCER 7 N MO ....................... Highsplint, Kentucky BARBARA FAULK, Vice-Presidcnt, 6 N 0D .......... Millingtnn, Tennessee DONNA COADE, 7 N 00 ............................ Memphis, Tennessee Second Row: VIRGINIA CREESON, 7 N 00 .................... Chattanuugu, Tennessee M. MARGARET HARRILL, 7 N OD .................. Oak Ridge, Tennessee BLEAKIA HILL, Council Reprcscnmiue, 6 N 00 .......... Dayton, Tennessee NORMA HORSLEY, Treasurer, 7 N 00 .................... Aurora, Illinois AND SIXTH 747 755 JANE HUFSTEDLER, Svcrcmry, 6 N OD ........... Old Hickory, Tennessee BETTY JOYCE, 7 N 00 .............................. Corinth, Mississippi CAROLYN LOGAN, VicevPresl-dcnl, 7 N OD .......... Kingsport, Tennessee Third Row: FLORENCE MYERS, 7 N m ....................... Townsend, Tennessee BILLIE JOYCE REAGAN, 7 N m .................. Morristown, Tennessee CAROLYN STAIR, Secretary, 7 N 00 ............... Oak Ridge, Tennessee ROSE MARIE TRAMMELL, 7 N m .................. Memphis, Tennessee BETTY JO WALLACE, 7 N m .......................... Gillett, Arkansas BETTY JO WHITE, Treasurer, 6 N MN ................. Memphis, Tennessee Member Not Pictured: ZELMA OVERBAY. 7 N CH ......................... Kingsport, Tennessee SIXTH QUARTER PHARMACY . JUNE 155 First Row: MR. C. H. SMITH, Sponsor ........................... Memphis, Tennessee RAYMOND L. HENDERSON, JR., President ............... Bells, Tennessee ROBERT C. DAVIS, Vice-President ................... Ctmkeville, Tennessee MARTHA J. DIXON, Secretary ...................... Englewoud, Tennessee BILL L. WINNINGHAM, Treasurer ................... Livingston, Tennessee CHARLES E. ARTIS, JR ............................. Newcomb, Tennessee WENDELL D. ATCHLEY ............................... Alcoa, Tennessee HAROLD E. AUSTIN ................................ Nashville, Tennessee ROBERT W. BOLT ................................. Rogersville, Tennessee Second Row: ERNEST F. BROWN ................................. Memphis, Tennessee RICHARD C. CICALLA, JR ........................... Memphis, Tennessee JACK G. COCO .................................... Alexandria, Louisiana WILLIAM T. CONERY ............................... Pine Bluff, Arkansas ROBERT R. CRADDOCK ............................. Memphis, Tennessee J. P, CROUCH, JR ................................... Nashville, Tennessee ROBERT M. DAVIS ................................. Memphis, Tennessee DYCUS B. DICKERSON ............................. Lexington, Tennesset: EDWARD C. DIRM EYER, JR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Memphis, Tennessee 338 Third Row : ROBERT L. DUVALL .................................. Jacksnn, 'l'unnesscc WAYNE C4 ELGIN...................................Mcmphis, Tennessee ROBERT L. ELLIOTT ................................ Charlotte, Tennessee ERBY GENE FRANCE .............................. Smithville, Tennessee PEGGY M. FUSON .................................. Smithville, Tennessee WILLIAM J. GARRETT ............................. Franklin, TennesSCc RICHARD M. GOOCH .................................. Sparta, Tennessee JOE D. CRAYSON ...................................... Athens, Tennessee ROBERT W. GREENE ................................ Nashville, Tennessee Fourth Row: BILLY P. HACKNEY.. ....... ................ .....Memphis, Tcnnesscc RAY HACKNEY ...................................... Memphis, Tennessee BILLY J. HARRISON .................................... Dyer, Tennessec ALLEN HAWKINS ................................... Nashville, Tennessee ALLAN E. HAYDEN ................................. Memphis, Tennessee ALBERT B. HILLER, JR.. . . . . . A . A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Memphis, Tennessee RICHARD B. JAMES ................................. Memphis, Tennessee WALLACE JOYNER .................................. Munford, Tcnncssvv CHEW M. JUIIMarLs, Mississippi First Row: JUNE W. KILLEN ............................... Lawrenceburg, Tennessee CHARLES F. LaGRONE ............................. Monticello, Arkansas BILL 0. LEE ......................................... Memphis, Tennessee JAMES R. MATHIS .................................. Lafayette, Tennessee JAMES H. MCBRIDE.....................,........McMinnville, Tennessee ROBERT C. MILLER ................................... Jacknn, Tennessee WILMA C. MILLER ................................. Harriman, Tennessee FRANK REX MITCHELL ............................. Memphis, Tennessee ROBERT D. MITCHELL ................................ Selmer, Tennessee Second Row: GEORGE F'. MOORE ..................................... Paris, Tennessee HAROLD C. MURRELL .............................. Memphis, Tennessee CHARLES M. NUNALLY ............................... Baxter, Tennessee EDWIN CHARLES OWEAL ........................ Chattanooga, Tennessee DON L. OVERTON .................................. Knoxville, Tennessee CLYNDON H. PEDICO ............................ McMinnville, Tennessee EDDIE B. PHELAN ................................ Hohenwald, Tennesses DON L. PRITCHARD ................................. Memphis, Tennessee NOEL E. QUALLS .................................. Livingston, Tennessee Third Row: BOB A. RIGGINS ................................. Knoxville, ROBERT S. ROBINSON .............................. Knoxville. JACK H. SELLS ........ ............................ Byrdstown, LEWIS J. SIMERLY ............................... Elizabethton, ORVILLE SLAUGHTER .............................. Kingsport, RICHARD D. SMITH ................................ Rockwood, SAM E. STUBBS ..................................... Crossville, JAMES S. TERRY ............................... Mountain City, JOHNNY C. TURNER ............................... Dyersburg, Fourth Row: CAREY E. WATKINS ................................. Memphis, JAMES RANEY WEBB ................................. Ripley, JAMES D WOOTEN .................................. Mumford, Members Not Pictured: ROBERT T. CLEM. . . ................ Ruckwood, WILLIAM T. HELTON. ................ Wayneshoro, GEORGE W.KING... ......Memphis, VAN R. LADNER ................. . . . .Memphis, JOHN E, MOTHERAL ................... ..McKenzie, ROBERT D. PILKINTON .. .. ............... Nashville, HERMAN C. WEBB, ..... Indian Mound, EMMETT W. WOOD .............................. Los Angeles, Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee 1V0" "83501? Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee California SIXTH QUARTER PHARMACY - JUNE 955 339 First Row: JAMES E. MAYS, JR, Prczirlvnt ..................... Memphis, Tennessee WILLIAM C. LEONARD, Vice-President .............. Harrogate, Tennessee AUBRA D. BRANSON, Secretary-Trc'rurer ............ Knoxville, Tennessee GEORGE L. BARKER ................................ Indianola, Mississippi HUGH A. CLARKE ............................... Johnson City, Tennessee JAMES F. CRAWLEY, JR ........................... Sale Creek, Tennessee JIM DEER ........................................... Blytheville, Arkansas WILLIAM LLOYD DUNCAN .......................... Memphis, Tennessee Second Row : FRANK S. FARRIS ................................ Rogersville, Tennessee MORRIS D. FERGUSON ............................. Nashville, Tennessee OLIVER C. FRIESEKE ............................... Jacksonville, Florida A. CLEIGHTON CANNON ........................... Memphis, Tennessee KELLY C. GREGORY ................................ Hartsville, Tennessee JERRY W. CRISE ................................ Johnson City, Tennessee E. JEFF JUSTIS, JR .................................. Memphis, Tennessee FRED D. LANSFORD, JR .......................... Chattanooga, Tennessee Third Row: HARRY M. LAWRENCE ........................... Chattanooga, Tennessee CHARLES J. LILLY .............................. Johnson City, Tennessee JAMES W. LIMBAUCH, JR ......................... Lewisburg, Tennessee SAMUEL O. MASSEY, JR ............................. Morton, Mississippi EDWARD N. MOGAN ................................ Nashville, Tennessee FRANK C. MCCAMPBELL ............................. Frunklin,'l'ennesscc REX ORR ......................................... Chuuummga, Tennessee PAUL J. PHILLIPPI ................................... Bristol, Tennessee Fourth Row : JOHN PHILLIPS ........................................ Dumas, Arkansm SAM E. PITNER .................................... Knoxville, Tennessee THOMAS V. ROE .................................... Memphis, Tennessee JOHN C. SANDEFUR .............................. Shreveport, Louisiana MARVIN B. SLOTKIN .............................. Miami Beach, Florida DONALD E. WALLIS .................................... Ninta, Tennessee ROBERT OAKLEY WALTERS ................... Salisbury, North Carolina Members N 0! Pictured: JOHN AUNINS ...................................... Memphis, Tennessee MARGARET E. CUNNINGHAM ....................... Memphis, Tennessee WILLIAM M. DOAK ............................... .Nushville, Tennessee FLETCHER COODE .................................. Memphis, Tennessee LYNN HAMILTON ................................ Fayetteville, Tennessee EDWIN L. LINDSEY........H.... .................M0rrilton, Arkansas ELIZABETH M. LODGE ...................... South Pittsburg, Tennessee RICHARD S, MORRISON, JR ......................... Nashville, Tennessee ROBERT LEE SUBER .............................. Louisville, Mississippi JERRY WILLIAMS ....................................... Bells, Tennessee CLIFTON AURELIUS YOUNG, JR ...................... Dunedin, Florida SIXTH MU QUARTER MEDICINE . JUNE 955 SIXTH QUARTER MEDICINE - JUNE ,55 First Row: WINSTON WILLIAMS, President ....................... Jackson, Tennessee MARTIN C. NALDER, Vice-Presidem ............. San Francisco, California CATHERINE TAYLOR, Secretary .................... Dandridge, Tennessee JACK B. ALPERIN ................................... Marianna, Arkansas T. D. BAKER ...................................... Manchester, Tennessee OLIVE BARLOW ..................................... Mayfield, Kentucky BALLARD H. BLEVINS ........................... Johnson City, Tennessee A. MITCHELL BURFORD, JR .......................... Florence, Alabama HARRY E. BURROW, JR ............................ Gulfport, Mississippi Second Row: SUE CULBERTSON ............................. Pennington Cup, Virginia JOSEPH C. FORD ....................................... Beebe, Arkansas JOHN O. HARDIMAN ................................. Pulaski, Tennessee JOHN M. HICKEY, JR ............................... Knoxville, Tennessee JOE L. HUGHES .................................... Cleveland, Tennessee LOUIS IRISH ............................................ Miami, Florida JAMES N. JOHNSON ................................ Memphis, Tennessee ,IERRY P. KING ....................................... Greenvilie, Fluridu JOEL LEONARD ............................... chingmn, Nurlh Czlrulinu Third Row: J. F. MARLOWE, JR............... ....... ..........Memphis, Tennessee CHARLES H. MERRYMAN .......................... Memphis, Tennessee ALBERT J. MITCHUM ................................... Erin, Tennessee JAMES MYERS ........................................ Crufton, Kentucky MILO PARADIS .................................. Johnson City, Tennessee A. MICHAEL PARUUIC ............................... Nashville, Tennessee WALTER S. PATTON ..................................... Amarillo, Texas HARRY L. PEELER .................................. Memphis, Tennessee FOY PERRIN ....................................... Pocahontas, Arkansas Fourth Row: PHILIP ROBINSON .................................. Knoxville, Tennessee JAMES R. ROYAL ................................. Chattanooga, Tennessee RICHARD P. T. RUDNLCKI ............................. Chicago, Illinois J. B. SAMS ......................................... Flag Pond, Tennessee F. SPENCER STUB3S .................................. Galveston, Texas DONALD E. VAUGHN ............................ Gaslunia, North Carolina THOMAS B. WHITEHEAD ............................. Laurel, Mississippi THOMAS M. WILSON .................................. Guthrie, Kentucky DAN E. WOODSON .................................... Poteau, Oklahoma Members Not Pictured: WILLIAM K. ALEXANDER .......................... Knoxville, Tennessee LYNDON ANTHONY .......................... Greensboro, North Carolina LAWRENCE CROWSUN ............................. Memphis, Tennessee HERBERT H. DAVIS ..................................... Miami, Florida FRANCIS M. FESMIRE ................................ Pulu5ki, Tennessee JOHN T. GIBSON .................................... Nashville, Tennessee LLOYD GRYMES ..................................... Memphis, Tennessee MONTE C. MILLICAN .................................. Manila7 Arkansas JOHN OUTLAN ....................................... Jackson, Tennessee BRUCE E. PARRISH .............................. St. Petersburg, Florida KENNETH C. PHILLIPS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Morganlon, North Carolina JOHN A. SHIELDS ................................. Manchester, Tennessee DARRELL R. SHIPLEY ............................... Newport, Tennessee ROBERT H. TERRY .................................. Gainesville, Florida NORMAN TRAVERSE ..................................... Miami, Florida SIXTH QUARTER DENTISTRY - JUNE 955 First Row : THOMAS L. TURPIN, President ....................... Memphis, Tennessee JAMES R. KNIGHT, Vice-President ................... Pontotuc, Mississippi WILLIAM E. TRACY, Secretary ........................ Memphis, Tennessee WALTER W. FINGAR, Treasurer ....................... Nashville, Tennessee RALPH T. BROWN ................................... Mnsheim, Tennessee HERBERT A. CROCKETT ........................... Franklin, Tennessee Second Row: RICHARD s. DYER ............................... Madisonvillc, Tennessee YATES H. EAKER ................................... Memphis, Tennessee JAMES M. EDWARDS ................................. Banner, Mississippi JAMES s. ELLIS ................... ........... ......... Camden, Arkansas WILLIAM A. CANN .................................... Sheffield, Alabama RICHARD W. HUCKAIM ........................... Chutmnwga, Tennessme Third Row: BRUCE H. KINNIE .................................. Knoxville, Tennessee BILL B. LEFLER ....................................... Clinton, Arkansas JAMES A. VON CRUENICICN ......................... Dickson, Tennessee FAYET'I'E C. WILLIAMS ............................. Cnrimh, Mississippi 342 Members Not Pictured: BOBBY C. BYRD ..................................... Memphis, Tennessee JACK E. CENTER ................................... Knoxville, Tennessee GENE S, CRUSE ...................................... Concord, Tennessee ROBERT S. CUNNINGHAM ......................... Murrisnn, Tennessee JAMES F. FREEMAN ............................ Lawrenceburg, Tennessee ROBERT H. FOSTER ..................................... Miami, Florida WILLIAM V. GIBSON .............................. Winchester, Tennessee CHARLES H. COBEN ............................... Tahlequuh, Oklahnmu JAMES B. HALL ................................... Bonneville, Mississippi RICHARD P. HAWK .................................. Byinglnn, Tennesseu BILLY J, HOPPER ................................... Memphis, Tennessee, KENNETH L. KEMP, JR ........................... Huntingdon, Tennessee ERIKA K. MAZITIS ................................. Memphis, TennessL-c JAMES H. MURPHY .................................. Nashville, Tennessee DON E. SIMMONS ................................... Memphis, Tennessee WILLIAM T. STEWARD ................................. Tulsa, Oklulmmu CHARLES L. SUTTON ............................... Memphis, Tennessee KIRBY P. WALKER, JR ............................... Jackson, Mississippi First Row: RICHARD G. ONKEY, Przsizlent .......................... Miami, Florida NORMAN L. SIMS, Treasurer .......................... Madison, Tennessee CALVIN W, MARTIN, Secretary .......................... Sebring, Florida RICHARD L. BERRY ................................ Gulfport, Mississippi LAWRENCE BLUMEN ................................ Memphis, Tennessee FLOYD C. COOPER ................................... Bradenton, Florida Second Row: LARRY P. ELLIOT ................................... Gainesville, Florida EMERSON C. FLURKEY ................... New Cumberland, West Virginia ROBERT E. HOWE ................................. Birmingham, Alabama IRVING M. KALB ............................... Santa Monica, California RONALD M. LAMPERT ............................ Long Beach, New York CHARLES C. STOCKARD ......................... Johnson City7 Tennessee Third Row : RALPH J. TURNER ................................. Ruleville, Mississippi JAMES C. WILHITE ................................ Paintsville, Kentucky MURIEL L. WILLIAMS ............................. Knoxville, Tennessee HARRY W. WILSON ................................. Memphis, Tennessee Members Not Pictured: RALPH ADDINGTON ................................. Memphis, Tennessee FRANK E. ADEL ......................................... Miami, Florida FIFTH QUARTER MEDICINE - JUNE 955 STUART ANDERSON ................................. Homewood, Illinois THOMAS R. BASS ................................ Newton, North Carolina BARNEY H. BOWLIN ................................... Phoenix, Arizona EDMUND B. BRANTLEY .......................... Chattanooga, Tennessee GEORGE B. CRISP ................................ Johnson City, Tennessee FUN H. FONC .......................................... Hughes, Arkansas CHARLES E. GAY ..................................... Jackson, Tennessee JAMES M. GILBERT ................................ Nashville, Tennessee JOHN L. CILLILAND ..................................... Tempe, Arizona JACK L. HAMMON .................................. Jonesboro, Arkansas RAY L. JOSHLIN ................................... Millington, Tennessee HARMON E. KEYES .................................... Phoenix, Arizona CHARLES B. MCKENZIE ............................. Smacknver, Arkansas JOSE M. MONTALVO ...................... Cali, Colombia, South America DAVID M. O NEAL ................................. Little Rock, Arkansas THOMAS E. POTTS, Vice-President. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Nashville, Tennessee ROBERT S. ROBINSON ........................... Daytona Beach, Florida EWELL G. TUDOR ................................... Pontotoc, Mississippi WALTER D. VICK ................................... Grenada, Mississippi SHOFFNER T. WHITE ............................. Creenville, Mississippi JOHN W. WILKS .................................... Blytheville, Arkansas ROYCE M. WILLIAMS .................................... Miami, Florida DAVID C. WOLFE ................................... Muskogee, Oklahoma First Row: CARL B. MAXEY, President ............................. Cunway, Arkansas FREDRICK D. HORNE, Vice-Pre.9ident ................... Pnteau, Oklahoma ROBERT C. RUTHERFORD, Secretary-Tresaurer .......... Obiun, Tennessee F. GEORGE APPLETON ........................ Lawrenceburg, Tennessee JAMES P. BALDWIN .................................. Laurel, Mississippi HARVEY T. BEST, JR ............................ Batnn Rouge, Louisiana JERRY G. BREWSTER ............................... Clinton, Tennessee Second Row: MARVIN H. COCRAN .................................. Biloxi, Mississippi FRANK E. COLLETTE ............................... Jackson, Mississippi DURWARD R. COLLIER ............................. Grenada, Mississippi FREDDIE D. FISHER ............................... Batesville, Mississippi JOHN D. HARPER .................................. Grenada, Mississippi CECIL R HAYES ....................................... Phoenix, Arizona ROBERT Q. INCRAHAM ........................... Henderson. Tennessee Third Row : RAYMOND R. MAHAN ................................ Bearden, Arkansas PAUL E. MOORE, JR ................................ Nashville, Tennessee JOE W. SNODGRASS, JR ............................ Pocahontas, Arkansas JOSEPH D. STRINGER, JR ........................ Taylorsville, Mississippi ROBERT F. WILSON .................................. Harrison, Arkansas SHELBY A. WOODIEL .......................... Crocketvs Bluff, Arkansas JAMES B. ZUCCARELLO .............................. Pulaski, Tennessee Members Not Pictured : ROSS CLINGAN .................................. Arkadelphia, Arkansas EARL DOTSON .............................. North Little Rock, Arkansas LESTER B. CREENBERC ................................. Miami, Florida C. H. JOHNSON ................................. Brevard, North Carolina BILL WATSON ........................................ Marks, Mississippi FIFTH QUARTER DENTISTRY - JUNE 55 344 F0 UR TH QUARTER DENTIS TR Y First Row: JOHN BENNETT, President .......................... McKenzie, Tennessee C. E. HALLUM, Vice-President .......................... Camden, Arkansas SAM C. BAILEY ...................................... Jackson, Tennessee BILL BAKER ............................................ Berea, Kentucky PAT BASSINGER. . . . , ............................... Kingsport, Tennessee W. R. BOLEN ........................................... Ecru, Mississippi TOMMY BULLOCK ................................... Memphis, Tennessee Second Row : JOE CANNON ....................................... Lewisberg, Tennessee TOM CHAMBERLAIN ............................. Lus Angeles, California BILL COLEY .......................................... Memphis, Tennessee SAM GAUTIER ...................................... Memphis, Tennessee JIM GRAMLING ..................................... Paragould, Arkansas B. H. HOLMAN, JR ................................. Livingston, Tennessee JOHN INGRAM ....... , ............................. Little Rm'k, Arkansas Third Row : FRED MCCOLLUM .................................. Henderson, Tennessee HOLLIS MORROW .................................... Yelleville, Arkansas LAVERN REEDY ...........,......,....................Martel,Tennessee W. A. RUSSELL .................................... Little Rock, Arkansas 345 'a g 955 WARREN SMITH .................................... Altemont, Tennessee NOEL TOLER ....................................... Invurness', Mississippi REX WARNICK ....................................... Houlka, Mississippi Fourth Row: REX WEATHERS ................................... Bragg City, Missouri KEITH WOLVERTON ................................ JackSUn, Mississippi BOB CIVAN ...................................... Old Hicknry, Tennessee JAMES B. WHITE, JR ................................. Jackson, Tennessee Members Not Pictured: ALBERT BURSON ................................... Memphis, Tennessee FRED CARTER ...................................... Memphis, Tennessee BOB COBB ........................................... Memphis, Tennessee JIMMY COX ......................................... Memphis, Tennessee GEORGE DUFF ...................................... Memphis, Tennessee HAROLD FITZ ....................................... MemphiS, Tennessee ANDY GREEN ........................................ Memphis, Tennessee BILL HOGGARD ....................................... Manette, Arkansas BILL LYNCH ......................................... Jackson, Mississippi BILL PINKSTON .................................... Knoxville, Tennessee TERRY REES .......................................... Jackson, Tennessee FARRELL WIYCUL .................................. Memphis, Tennessee F0 UR TH QUARTER NURSING First Row: MARY WASHBURN, President ......................... Trenton, Tennessee CONNIE KENTFIELD, Vice-President ................... Clarkton, Missouri JEAN COLEMAN, Secretary-Treasurer ................ Cookeville, Tennessee DOROTHY THOMAS, Student Council Representative. . .Memphis, Tennessee MARY ELIZABETH ACUFF ......................... Humboldt, Tennessee BILLIE JEAN BURNS ................................. Trenton, Tennessee Second Row : MARY ANN CARTER ............................... Oak Ridge, Tennessee SYBIL FORBES .................................. West Memphis, Arkansas MARILYN HICKS .................................... Paragould, Arkansas 346 JUNE K55 . ANN LONGENDORFER ........................ . . . . .Oak Ridge, Tennessee CORINNE McCLURKAN ................................. Loyall, Kentucky WYNEMA MCGREW ................................. Seminary, Mississippi Third Row: DORIS McKNIGHT ................................... Yorkville, Tennessee BILLIE NELSON .................................... Arlington, Tennessee JERE POWELL ....................................... Memphis, Tennessee AGENE STEPHENS ................................... Memphis, Tennessee CATHERINE THEOBALD ............................. Memphis, Tennessee GAIL WATSON ...................................... Maryville, Tennessee First Row: JAMES C. BENTON, President ........................ Knoxville, Tennessee CARL F. BROWN, JR., Vice-President .............. Hopkinsville, Kentucky CYRUS JACK PAYNE, Secretary ....................... Dayton, Tennessee ROBERT E. KNOWLINC, Treasurer ................. Chattanooga, Tennessee JOSEPH B, BASSHAM ........................... Lawrenceburg, Tennessee WILLIAM FRANCIS BOWLES ....................... Kingsport, Tennessee QUENTIN HAROLD BROWN .......................... Clovis, New Mexico JACK DAUGHERTY COX ........................... Kingsport, Tennessee JOSEPH J4 DiMAGGIO .......................... Fountain City, Tennessee JOE VIRCIL DOAN ................................. Knoxville, Tennessee Second Row: DAVID BRUCE EDDY ................................ Jackson, Mississippi JAMES H. FLANAGIN ................................. Conway, Arkansas ANDREW J. GRISHAM .......................... Lawrenceburg, Tennessee DONALD E. HAMRA .................................... Senath, Missouri LARRY M. HOLLOMON ............................... Trimble, Tennessee WILLIAM L. HUMPHRIES .......................... Little Rock, Arkansas FRANK W. JOHNSON ............................... Nashville, Tennessee B. WAYNE JORDAN ................................. Monticello, Arkansas BERNARD J. LONG ................................... Tupelu, Mississippi HUTSON E. MCCORKLE ................................. Halls, Tennessee Third Row: PAUL E. NEWMAN ................................... Liberty, Mississippi TOM D. NICHOL ..................................... Donelson, Tennessee STANLEY J. RADIN .............................. Chattanooga, Tennessee JAMES J. RATLIFF .................................. Jackson, Mississippi LLOYD W. ROSE ................................... Louisville, Mississippi HARRY B. SANDERS ................................ Pine Bluff, Arkansas PAUL D. SANDERS ................................... Trenton, Kentucky BOYD SELBY ...................................... Little Rock, Arkansas ROYAL C. SHARP ................................. LaFoHette, Tennessee LERRA BERNARD SIMMONS ........................ Memphis, Tennessee Fourth Row: DAVID L. SNEED ....................................... Ecru, Mississippi CECIL H. STANBERRY .............................. Cleveland, Tennessee WILLIAM PAUL STIEGLER ......................... Humboldt, Tennessee WILLIAM EVERETT SUCG, JR ...................... Little Rock, Arkansas JOHNNIE M. TERRY ............................. Hazlehurst, Mississippi JERRY A. TROUTMAN .............................. LuFollette, Tennessee WILLIAM HENRY TURPIN ....................... Chattanooga, Tennessee THIRD QUARTER DENTISTRY - JUNE 955 First Row: LOIS FRAZIER, Preside"! ............................ Nashville, Tennessee MARY ELIZABETH BAKER, Vice-President. . . . . . . . .Manchester, Tennessee YVONNE ROUSE, Secretary ........................... San Antonio, Texas DIXIE SUGC, Treasurer ........................ North Little Rock, Arkansas BETTY ANDERSON .......................... Yadkinville, North Carolina CAROLYN ARNOLD ................................... Parsons, Tennessee HELEN BORDELON ................................. Opelousas, Louisiana BETTY BRANHAM ................................. Ina Bena, Mississippi Second Row: JULIETTE BROUSSARD ............................ Lnreauville, Louisiana ELIZABETH CAPPS ..................................... Milan, Tennessee CHARLOTTE COOPER ........................... Hagerman, New Mexico NATHALIE EMERY .................................... Williston, Florida MARCIE FRITZ ......................................... Senath, Missouri ROBERTA HALE ................................... Morristown, Tennessee GLORIA HUGHENS ........................... Oklahoma City, Oklahoma MARGARET JOHNSON ................................ Laurel, Mississippi Third Row: JACQUELYN JONES ............................ Olive Branch, Mississippi CAYLE KIMBROUGH ................................ Memphis, Tennessee SANDRA LONG .................................... Fort Smith, Arkansas PATSY LOTT ........................................... Milan, Tennessee JANICE MULLINS ................................... Memphis, Tennessee LAURA PEACOCK ..................................... Dade City, Florida GAY RHODES ....................................... Memphis, Tennessee JUNE ROBINSON ................................... Oak Ridge, Tennessee Fourth Row: JUANITA SMITH ..................................... Homestead, Florida JEAN STINES.....4.............................Marshall, North Carolina SANDRA WEINBERC ................................ Memphis, Tennessee JOAN WENTZELL .................................... Memphis, Tennessee LYNN WITCHER ..................................... Barnesville, Georgia Members Not Pictured: DR. RAYMOND MOURFIELD, Sponsor ................ Memphis, Tennessee MRS. GRACE WALLACE, Sponsor ..................... Memphis, Tennessee THIRD QUAR TER DENTAL H YGIENE - JUNE 955 THIRD QUARTER NURSING - JUNE 255 First Row: PATRICIA TILLER, President ........................ Kingsport, Tennessee CAROL SUE HOWELL, Vice-President ................... Athens, Tennessee NANCY LOU UTTER, Secretary-Treasurer .............. Nashville, Tennessee SANDY BURTON ...................................... Clinton, Tennessee JANE DALTON ...................................... Nashville, Tennessee MARGARET JO DE ARMOND ..................... Lenoir City, Tennessee Second Row: PAT ELLIOTT .................................... Whitehaven, Tennessee CHARLOTTE ESSARY ............................. Lenoir City, Tennessee DORIS GRIFFEN ...................................... BristoL Tennessee MARY LOUISE HAMMILL ............................. Jackstbn,Tennessee JULIA KILLEFFER .................................. Harriman, Tennessee LENA McCRATH .................................... Burrville, Tennessee Third Row: JANIE MCKELVEY ....................................... Earle, Arkansas PAT NARON ........................................ Cleveland, Mississippi BETTY PETERSON ..................................... Erwin, Tennessee JEAN WELLS .......................................... Winfield, Alabama MYRNA WREYFORD .................................. Camden, Arkansas HELEN WHITLOW .............................. . .Suvannah, Tennessee Members Not Pictured: SUE ANN BUCHANNAN ............................... Wynne, Arkansas SYLVIA CARR ...................................... Shreveport, Louisiana MARTHA ANN CARTER. . . . . A . . .. .................... Clinton, Tennessee LOUISE CLIFTON .................................... Newbern, Tennessee BETH EOFF, Student Council Representmive ............ Memphis, Tennessee ROWANA JOLIFF...........,............. ............Manilla, Arkansas ELSIE JO MARTIN ..................................... Sparta, Tennessee HELEN PRICE .................................... Johnson City, Tennessee NANCY RAINWATER .............................. chicrvillc, Tennessee BARBARA TOMLIN .................................. Newbern, Tennessee MARY LOU TURNER.............,..................Mcmphis, Tennessee ALPHA EPSILON IOTA First Row: ANNE BASS, President .............................. Wartrace, Tennessee BETTY BARKER, Vice-Presidenl ............ Kimberlin Heights, Tennessee JOYCE COBB MAY, Secretary ............................ Atlanta, Georgia MARY K. ANSLEY, Treasurer ............................... Dallas, Texas CAROL WILLIAMS, Corresponding Secretary ........ Chattanooga, Ten - CHERIE FRIEDMAN, Reporter ......................... Oxford, Missi MARION MOORE .................................... Knoxville, Tennessee OLIVE BARLOW ..................................... Memphis, Tennessee The Alpha Epsilon Iota Fraternity for medical women was founded February 26, 1890, at the University of Michigan. At present there are thirty active chapters in the United States. The Omega chapter of Alpha Epsilon Iota was organized at LAMBDA KAPPA Lambda Kappa Sigma was founded in Boston, Massachusetts, October 14, 1913, for furthering the position of women in the Profession of Pharmacy. The 11M0rtar and Pestle Club" was formed at the University of Tennessee School of Pharmacy in January, 1950, with this F irst Row: RUBY C. REYNOLDS, President .................... Alexandria, Tennessee INDIA HOOD, Vice-President ...................... Germantown, Tennessee BARBARA A. TRUAX, Secretary ...................... Memphis, Tennessee SARA CRAWFORD, Treasurer ........................ McKenzie, Tennessee LAVERNE SMITH, Historian Kc Reporter ............. Clarksville, Tennessee Second Row: MARY ALICE GRAY ............................. Waynesbnru, Mississippi DOROTHY GRIFFITH ....................... .Piney Flats, Tennessee ANN HALLETT ......................................... Suddy, Tennessee ETHEL HARRELI ..................................... Memphis, Tennessee LOUISE IRISH ............................................ Miami, Florida BLANCHE SOMERVILL ................................. Mason, Tennessee ANNETTE TURNER .................................. Memphis, Tennessee ELEANOR HUMPHREYS ............................. Memphis, Tennessee the University of Tennessee College of Medicine in 1940. The purpose of this fraternity is to promote good fellowship, maintain a high order of scholarship and professional achieve- ment, and to foster a spirit of moral and social helpfulness. SIGMA ultimate goal being aHiliated with this National organization. On May 18, 1951, the group was installed as Alpha Epsilon Chapter with eight Charter Members. Since that time, membership has increased to twenty-eight. Second Row: MARTHA JANE DIXON ............................ Englewood, Tennessee PEGGY M. FUSON .................................. Smithville, Tennessee JUNE KILLEN .................................. Lawrenceburg, Tennessee WILMA C. MILLER .................................. Harriman, Tennessee Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity was founded at the Russell Military Academy in New Haven, Connecticut, May 30, 1879, by F. Harvey Smith. Currently Kappa Psi has forty-six active collegiate chapters, thirty-nine graduate chapters, and a membership of over twenty thousand. The objectives of Kappa Psi are to conduct a fraternal organi- First Row : DR. KARL J. GOLDNER, Dean and Instructor .......... Memphis, Tennessee W. HOWARD HASSLER, Counselor and Instructor ...... Memphis, Tennessee W. B. SWAFFORD, Instructor ......................... Memphis, Tennessee DAVID L. CUNNINGHAM, President ................... Spencer, Tennessee JIMMY L. MAXWELL, Vice-President ................ Springfield, Tennessee RICHARD C. DOUGHERTY, Secretary ............... Greenback, Tennessee JOHN G. KARNES, Treasurer ......................... Knoxville, Tennessee JIMMY E, CILLENWATERS, Chaplain ................ Knoxville, Tennessee C. W. MOORE, III, Historian .................... Lawrenceburg, Tennessee Second Row: JACK H. DALTON, Sergeant-at-Arms .................... Baxter, Tennessee TAYLOR L. HOPPER, Ca-Sports Manager .............. Bruceton, Tennessee DON B. GATEWOOD, Co-Sports Manager ............... Memphis, Tennessee MARION H. BAILEY ............................ ' ....... Sparta, Tennessee JACK W. BILYEU ................................... Cookeville, Tennessee A. L. BLACK ........................................... Hughes, Arkansas JAMES E. BOOTH ................................. Maury City, Tennessee ROBERT A. COFFEY ................................. Tazewell, Tennessee JOHN E. COLEMAN .................................. McEwen, Tennessee Third Row: DOUGLAS E. CROTTS ............................... Savannah, Tennessee J. KENNETH DePRIEST ............................ Tiptonville, Tennessee W. L. DJERF ....................................... Tullahoma, Tennessee zation for the mutual beneht of its members and the profession of Pharmacy. Psi chapter was installed at the University of Tennessee in 1910, and now resides at 242 South Pauline Street. The chapter has forty-two active members. Dr. Karl J. Goldner, dean of the University of Tennessee School of Pharmacy, is the present Sec- ond Grand Vice Regent 0f the Executive Chapter. JIMMY C. DODD ..................................... Batesville, Arkansas E. J. GOSLIN ........................................ Columbia, Tennessee WALTER M. COTHARD ............................. Smithville, Tennessee THOMAS C. GUTHRIE, JR ........................... Memphis, Tennessee CHARLES R. HARRIS ................................ Newbern, Tennessee CHARLES N. HATFIELD ........................... Sneedville, Tennessee Fourth Row: PAUL L. JOURDAN ................................. Knoxville, Tennessee J. CAREY LANIER ................................... Portland, Tennessee JACK W. LINDSAY ................................. Rockwood, Tennessee PAUL E. MAPLES .................................... Batesville, Arkansas CHARLES N. MAY ................................. Huntingdon, Tennessee CHARLES H. MARTIN ............................... Memphis, Tennessee PHILIP A. MCGRECOR ............................. Monteagle, Tennessee JOHN T. McNEIL ................................ Fountain City, Tennessee AUSTIN P. MOODY .................................. Nashville, Tennessee Fifth Row: JOHN D. MOFFITT .................................. Lexington, Tennessee KENNETH F. PARRISH ......................... Lawrenceburg, Tennessee BUDDY L. PRITCHARD ................................ Erwin, Tennessee KENNETH W. ROWE ................................ Knoxville, Tennessee JESSE H. THORNTON ............................... Ardmore, Tennessee FRANK R. TURNER ................................. Tupelo, Mississippi FRED T. WALLACE ................................. Harriman, Tennessee C. R. WILKINS ...................................... Memphis, Tennessee KAPPA PSI ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA First Row: J. R. THURMAN, President ............................. Sparta, Tennessee W. J. ACUFF, Vice-President ....................... Caruthersville, Missouri E. A. GREENE, Treasurer ........................... Oak Ridge, Tennessee J. A. MARSEE, Recording Secrelary ................. Liberty Hill, Tennessee C. F. WATTS, Corresponding Secretary ................. Granville, Tennessee J. K. HURLOCKER, Historian .................. Kannapolis, North Carolina R. J. RENFRO, Warden ................................. Blaine, Tennessee J. 0, BREAUX, Chaplain ............................... Sheffield, Alabama Second Row : A. S. JAMISON, House Mather ........................ Memphis, Tennessee DR. C. V. CROSWELL, District Deputy .................. Memphis, Tennessee DR. C. E. PACK, JR., Administrator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Memphis, Tennessee A. C. ANDERSON .................................. Vicksburg, Mississippi L. R. BARCLAY ...................................... Crnssville, Tennessee M. BARTON ............................................. Selma, Alabama P. H. BECKMAN .................................... Nashville, Tennessee W. J, BIBB ......................................... Springfield, Tenneswc Third Row: A. M. BUFORD, JR .................................... Florence, Alabama J. N. CANTON .................................... St. Petersburg, Florida E. J. CLARKE ....................................... Knoxville, Tennessee R. H. COFER ......................................... Calhoun, Tennessee .1. D. CONNELL .......................................... Halls, Tennessee J. H. CRENSHAW ..................................... Trenton, Tennessee W. G. CROWE ....................................... Nashville, Tennessee W. F. DODGE .......................................... Jellico, Tennessee Fourth Row: A. W. ELDRIDCE .................................... Nashville, Tennessee W. T FARRAR .................................. Jefferson City, Tennessee E. c. FLURKEY .......................... New Cumberland, West Virginia J. C. FORD .............................................. Beebe. Arkansas 0. C. FRIESEKE ..................................... Jacksonville,Flurida T. A. FULLER ...................................... Oak Ridge, Tennessee L. B. FURMAN ...................................... Harriman, Tcnnessot- M. M. HENRY ...................................... Fort Smith, Arkumzls First Row : E. H. HICCS, JR ................................... Greenville, Mississippi D. H. HOLT ............................................. Milan, Tennessee .1. L. HUGHES ...................................... Cleveland. Tennessee J. P. JONES ............................................ Milan. Tennessee D. C. KING ............................................. Bemis, Tennessee J. C. LETT ......................................... Knoxville, Tennessee W. E. MCGHEE ....................................... Knoxville, Tennessee T. F. MCGEHEE, JR .............................. Long Beach, Mississippi Second Row : 0. L. MERRITT ....................................... Newport, Tennessee W. J. MOODY ....................................... Tuscumhiu, Alabama U. H. MOORE .......................................... Martin, Tennessee P. P. NEBLETT .................................... Morristown, Tennessee F. E. NICELY ..................................... Liberty Hill, Tennessee P. S. NUSSBAUM .............................. Cape Girardeau, Missouri M. R. V. PARADIS ............................... Johnson City, Tennessee K. E. PETRI ........................................... Laramie, Wyoming Third Row : R. D. PROFFITT .................................... Maryville, Tennessee A. K. RHODES ...................................... Henderson, Tennessee R. J. SMITH .......................................... Jackson, Tennessee J. C. TANNER ................................... Waynesboro, Mississippi R. M. TODD ............................................. Bells, Tennessee N. TRAVERSE......,.....................................Miami, Florida D. E. VAUGHN .................................. Gastonia, North Carolina R. 0.WALTERS.................................Salisbury, North Carolina Fourth Row : R. C. WEBSTER ...................................... Gallatin, Tennessee R, K. WHITE ........................................ Knoxville, Tennessee Pledges: G. H. KIMBALL ...................................... De Queen, Arkansas M. A. MADDALENA ............................... St. Petersburg, Florida J. E. MEEKS ......................................... Pine Bluff, Arkansas A. C. ROLEN .................................... Lawrenceburg, Tennessee ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA First Row: DR. W. S. BLEDSOE, Sponsor ......................... Memphis, Tennessee DR. ROBERT L PARRISH, Sponsor ................... Memphis, Tennessee DR. C. L. RAINES, Sponsor ........................... Memphis, Tennessee DAVID E. YOUNG, Grand Master ..................... Humboldt, Tennessee JOSEPH WM. POPP, Past Grand Master ........... Elizabethton, Tennessee JAMES 5. SMITH, Worthy Master. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Memphis, Tennessee WILLIAM K. THOMPSON, Past Worthy Master ........ Knoxville, Tennessee JOE C. LANE, Scribe ................................ Rogersville, Tennessee Second Row: MIKE L. DURRETT, Assistant Scribe ................. Clarksville, Tennessee HAROLD L. RUSSELL, Treasurer ................... McKenzie, Tennessee JOE O. NAVE, Senior Page .......................... Kingspurt, Tennessee JOE W. COOPER, Junior Page ....................... Little Rock, Arkansas J. THOMAS COBB, Past Junior Page .................. Memphis, Tennessee JOSEPH H. WILLIAMS, Tyler ....................... Harriman, Tennessee FLEMING B. COOLEY, III, Historian .................... Joelton, Tennessee ROBERT JOSEPH ADAMS ............................ Memphis, Tennessee DELTA SIGMA Third Row: CHARLES F. AINLEY ................................. Corning, Arkansas EUGENE G. ARCHER ............................... Kingsnort, Tennessee JERE BASS ........................................... Trenton, Tennessee ELBERT W. BAKER, JR ............................. Kingsport, Tennessee D. R. BOTTOMLEY ................................ Creeneville, Tennessee PAUL L. BROWN, JR ................................ Memphis, Tennessee RALPH T. BROWN ................................... Mosheim, Tennessee GENE BRYAN ...................................... Bluff City, Tennessee Fourth Row : JACK E. CENTER ................................... Knoxville, Tennessee GRAHAM M. CHARLES ................................. Erwin, Tennessee BROCK S. COULTER ................................ Maryville, Tennessee WINFIELD C. DUNN ................................ Memphis, Tennes see RICHARD S. DYER..............................Madisonville, Tennessee JOHN R. FAIRLESS .................................. Trenton, Tennessee THOMAS E. FRAZIER ............................... Nashville, Tennessee STEVE C. FUTRIS ................................... Memphis, Tennessee WILLIAM A. GANN ................................... Sheffield, Alabama DELT A DELTA First Row: THOMAS C. GILBERT ............................... McKenzie, Tennessee ELBERT GLADDEN .................................... Linden, Tennessee JAMES E. HAMNER, III .............................. Memphis, Tennessee SLAYDEN H. HARRIS ................................ Dickson, Tennessee ROBERT 0. HENDERSON ............................... Halls, Tennessee CHESTER F. HICHT ............................... Little Rock, Arkansas SEWELL R. MCKINNEY .............................. Knoxville, Tennessee JOSEPH N. KIRKPATRICK ......................... Greeneville, Tennessee Second Row: HERBERT M. LAWSON ................................. Erwin, Tennessee EDWARD H. MAHONEY ............................. Limestone, Tennessee HAROLD F. MILLER ................................. Memphis, Tennessee THOMAS C. NELSON .......................... Signal Mountain, Tennessee R. M. OVERBEY ..................................... Memphis, Tennessee WILLIAM A. OVERTON ............................ Gainesboru, Tennessee R. NJCCORD POPE.........,.......................Manrllester, Tennessee THOMAS C. PYRON ................................. Memphis, Tennessee SIGMA 3'56 Third Row: ROBERT C. ROWE ................................ Johnson City, Tennessee JERRY S. SEWELL ................................... Madison, Tennessee JAMES EDWIN SHUFFIELD ......................... Nashville, Tennesslee J. ROY SMITH ...................................... Brucetun, Tennessee KEARNEY D. SPEARS ................................ Oxford, Mississippi HERMAN RAY STALLINCS ......................... Humboldt, Tennessee MARZEL STIEFEL ................................... Knoxville, Tennessee WALTER F. SUMMERS ............................. Oak Ridge, Tennessee Fourth Row : TRAVIS J. TAYLOR .................................. Magnolia7 Arkansas CLIFTON O. TIMANUS ............................... Memphis7 Tennessee WILLIAM E. TRACY ................................. Memphis, Tennessee JAMES R. VAN FRANK .............................. Memphis, Tennessee GEORGE W. VERNON ............................. Little Rock, Arkansas E. A. WARREN ..................................... Little Rock, Arkansas WILLIAM F. WHARTON ............................. Memphis, Tennessee JAMES O. WILEY .................................... Munford, Tennessee SAMUEL M. WILES .............................. Johnson City, Tennessee PHI CHI First Row: JAMES B. MILLIS, Presiding Senior .................. Cookeville, Tennessee JESSE A. MILLER, JR., Presiding Junior ............... Knoxville, Tennessee JOHN M. HICKEY, Treasurer ............................ Norris, Tennessee JERALD P. KING, Secretary ............................ Greenville, Florida C. E. ALLEN, Judge Advocate ............................ Erwin, Tennessee JAMES R. ROYAL, House Manager ................. Chattanooga, Tennessee JAMES J. ACKER ................................... Knoxville, Tennessee WILLIAM K. ALEXANDER ........................... Knoxville, Tennessee G. G. ANDERSON .................................. Hartford, Connecticut Second Row: ROBERT L. ANDREAE ............................... Jackson, Mississippi W. D. AUSTIN ...................................... Millington, Tennessee WILLIAM P. BAILEY ............................. Johnson City, Tennessee ROBERT S. BAIN .................................. Watertown, Tennessee T. D. BAKER.......,...,...4..................,.,..Manchester, Tennessee RICHARD O. BALLEW ............................. Oak Ridge, Tennessee GEORGE L. BARKER ............................... Indianola, Mississippi ROBERT W. BEASLEY ................................ Paducah, Kentucky JAMES B. BEATTY ................................. Oak Ridge, Tennessee Third Row : RICHARD L. BERRY ................................ Culfport, Mississippi BALLARD BLEVINS .............................. Johnson City, Tennessee R. I. BOURNE, JRVIt Pleasant, Tennessee AUBRA D. BRANSON ................................ Knoxville, Tennessee 356 LOUIS G. BRITT ..................................... Memphis, Tennessee WILLIAM F. BRUNNER .............................. Memphis, Tennessee GEORGE T. BRYAN .................................. Nashville, Tennessee J. F. BRYANT ........................................ Newhurn, Tennessee W. S. CAIN .......................................... Madison, Tennessee Fourth Row: RONALD F. CALKINS ............................... Knoxville, Tennessee C. E. CAMPBELL ..................................... Memphis, Tennessee JOE CAMPBELL ..................................... Greenfield, Tennessee GEORGE K. CARPENTER ............................ Nashville, Tennessee MICHAEL C. CARVER ............................. M0rrist0wn,Tennessee R. B. CLARK, III .................................. Chattanooga, Tennessee HUGH A. CLARK ................................. Johnson City, Tennessee JAMES L. CLIFFORD ................................ Knoxville, Tennessee I. K. COOKE, JR ..................................... Memphis, Tennessee Fifth Row: JAMES L. CRAIG ................................... Columbia, Tennessee T. K. CRESON ....................................... Memphis, Tennessee J. TODD CROSS ....................................... Gadsden, Alabama JUNIUS L. CROSSETT, III ............................. Moscow, Tennessee LARRY B. CROWSON ................................. Sheffield, Alabama TERRY P. CRUTHIRDS .............................. Memphis, Tennessee RHETT C. DANLEY, JR .......................... Lawrenceburg, Tennessee W. .I. DEATON ....................................... Memphis, Tennessee JAMES DEER ....................................... Blytheville, Arkansas First Row: FRANCIS L. DeCEORCE ................................ Utica, New York DAVID H. DENNY ...................................... Milan, Tennessee B. E. DEWBRE, JR ................................... Memphis, Tennessee WILLIAM T. DOBBINS ............................... Nashville, Tennessee LARRY DORSEY .................................... Knoxville, Tennessee RICHARD M. DOZIER ................................ Tallahassee, Florida ALPHONSE LAWRENCE DRERUP .................. Union City, Tennessee WILLIAM LLOYD DUNCAN ......................... Memphis, Tennessee DAWSON DURRETT ............................... Clarksville, Tennessee Second Row : LESLIE E. EASON .................................... Memphis, Tennessee LARRY PAUL ELLIOT ............................... Gainesville, Florida FRANK S. FARRIS ................................. Rogersville, Tennessee MORRIS D. FERGUSON ............................. Nashville, Tennessee FRANK FESMIRE ..................................... Pulaski, Tennessee IRVIN D. FLEMING ................................. Memphis, Tennessee W. B. FRIERSON ................................. Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee WILLIAM K, FRYE .................................... Etowah, Tennessee PRENTICE G. FULTON, JR .......................... Memphis, Tennessee Third Row: JIM CAUNT ............................................ Ochnpee, Florida JIM GIBSON ........................................ Lewisburg, Tennessee CHARLES M. GILL ................................... Decherd, Tennessee R. M. GLASGOW ...................................... Dresden, Tennessee PHI MAX L. GOODMAN .................................... Camden, Tennessee JOHN W. GOODNER ............................... Watertown, Tennessee C. E GOULDING, JR ............................. Johnson City, Tennessee JERRY WADE GRISE ............................ Johnson, City Tennessee JAMES A CWALTNEY .............................. Memphis, Tennessee Fourth Row: LYNN R. HAMILTON .............................. Fayetteville, Tennessee TOM HAMRICK .................................... Meridian, Mississippi DARWOOD B. HANCE .................................... Miami, Florida JOHN 0. HARDIMAN ................................. Pulaski, Tennessee HENRY W. HARRIS ................................. Jacksonville, Florida STERLING A. HARRIS ................................. Atlanta, Georgia T. R. HARRIS ...................................... Union City, Tennessee FRED E. HATCH, JR............................. ...Memphis, Tennessee JAMES M. HAYS ................................. Chattanooga, Tennessee Fifth Row: WILLIAM B, HELTON, JR ............................ Newport, Tennessee BERYL D. HENWOOD ................................ Memphis, Tennessee BOB C. HICCS .......................................... Paris, Tennessee C. S. HILL, JR ....................................... Humboldt, Tennessee ROBERT E. HOWE ................................ Birmingham, Alabama JAMES R. HOWERTON .............................. Knoxville, Tennessee ROBERT H. HUTCHESON ............................ Franklin, Tennessee THOMAS M. JACKSON ............................... Dickson, Tennessee WILLIAM R. JERNIGAN ........................... Springfield, Tennessee CHI First Row : JAMES E. JONES ...................................... Newport, Arkansas JOHN PAUL JONES... .......................4......Memphis, Tennessee JEFF JUSTICE, JR ................................... Memphis, Tennessee JIMMY J. KING ................................... Guntersville, Alabama WILLIAM P. KING .................................. Memphis, Tennessee JOHN P. KINNARD ................................. Franklin, Tennessee JAMES EVAN KURTS ................................ Jackson, Mississippi WILLIAM C. LAINC ................................. Knoxville, Tennessee FRED D. LANSFORD .............................. Chattanooga, Tennessee Second Row: HARRY M. LAWRENCE ........................... Chattanooga, Tennessee CHARLES W. LEWIS ..................................... Erin, Tennessee ROBERT T. LOTT ................................. Kilmichael, Mississippi WILLIAM MCDANIEL .................................... Paris, Tennessee WILLIAM L. MADEN, JR ............................... Augusta, Georgia ROBERT B. MANDLE.............Z ...................... Paris, Tennessee J. F. MARLOWE ..................................... Memphis, Tennessee CALVIN W. MARTIN .................................... Sebring, Florida 5. O. MASSEY, JR .................................... Morton, Mississippi Third Row: JAMES E. MAYS, JR ................................. Memphis, Tennessee VERNON L. MEDLIN ................................ Nashville, Tennessee BILL MIEHER ........................................ Memphis, Tennessee ALBERT J. MITCHUM ................................... Erin, Tennessee JACK M. MOBLEY ................................... Jackson, Mississippi RALPH H. MONCER ................................ Knoxville, Tennessee JOHN DAVID MOORE, JR ............................ Knoxville, Tennessee WILLIAM E. MOOREHEAD ........................... Dundee, Mississippi TANDY G. MORRIS ................................... Jackson, Tennessee Fourth Bow : JAMES R. MYERS ..................................... Crofton, Kentucky JOHN P. NASH ...................................... Memphis, Tennessee JOHN R. NELSON .................................... Memphis, Tennessee ISAAC A. NEWTON, JR ............................ Tylertown, Mississippi RICHARD A, OBENOUR .............................. Knoxville, Tennessee RICHARD C. ONKEY ..................................... Miami, Florida REX ORR ......................................... Chattanooga, Tennessee ROY C. PAGE ........................................ Memphis, Tennessee ANDREW M. PARDUE ............................... Nashville, Tennessee Fifth Row: SAM P. PATTERSON ................................ Memphis, Tennessee J. D. PEEPLES ....................................... Memphis, Tennessee JACK J. PEMBERTON .................................... Clay, Kentucky RONALD H. PERRY ................................. Knoxville, Tennessee PAUL J. PHILLIPI ..................................... Bristol, Tennessee JOHN PHILLIPS ....................................... Dumas, Arkansas 5. E. PITNER ........................................ Knoxville, Tennessee JAMES W. RACKLEY ................................ Memphis, Tennessee FRED C. RAINEY .................................... Nashville, Tennessee PHI CHI PHI CHI First Row: ROBERT L. REEDER ................................. Knoxville, Tennessee T. H. ROBERSON .................................... Memphis, Tennessee JERE C. ROBERTSON ................................ Newburn, Tennessee RICHARD P. RUDNICKI ................................. Chicago, Illinois JOHN C. SANDEFUR ................................ Shreveport, Louisiana G. C. SANDERS ...................................... Memphis, Tennessee WILLIAM C. SANDERS ............................. Columbus, Mississippi ROBERT N. SICLER ................................. Millington, Tennessee VERNON 1. SMITH .................................. Knoxville, Tennessee Second Row: W. R. C. STEWART, JR ............................... Nashville, Tennessee CHAS. G. STOCKARD, JR ......................... Johnson City, Tennessee J. N. STONE ...................................... Chattanooga, Tennessee .1. C. STRIPLINC ................................. Newhurn, Tennessee THOMAS E. STRONG .................................. Memphis, Tennessee BILLY SULLIVAN ..................................... Macon, Tennessee ROBERT L. SUMMITT .............................. LaFollette, Tennessee D. A. TEAGUE ........................................ Creenville, Florida EDWARD H. THOMPSON .............................. Gadsden, Alabama Third Row: S. M. TICKLE .................................... Johnson City, Tennessee BOB TOOMS ............................................ Bells, Tennessee JIM TURNER .......................................... Bristol, Tennessee HUBERT H. VESSER, JR ............................... Mascot, Tennessee BILLY JOE VINSON .................................... Model, Tennessee BRUCE E. WALKER ................................. Lucedale, Mississippi DONALD D. WALKER ................................ Memphis, Tennessee LEWIS A. WALKER ................................. Memphis, Tennessee C. R. WALLACE ................................. Fountain City, Tennessee Fourth Row: WILLIAM H. WEATHERFORD ........................... Lutts, Tennessee HALFORD S. WHITAKER ...................... Columbia, South Carolina ROBERT B. WHITTLE .............................. Catlinburg, Tennessee ALFRED E. WIGGS, III .............................. Nashville, Tennessee WILLIAM A. WILEY, JR ........................... Johnson CityY Tennessee JAMES C. WILHITE ................................ Paintsville, Kentucky Alpha Beta Chapter was installed at the University of Tennes- see, Memphis, on April 4, 1914. The Chapter House is located at 216 N. Waldran, and has for its purpose the'promulgation of good 359 EPHRAIM B. WILKINSON ........................... Byington, Tennessee JERRY P. WILLIAMS .................................. Jackson, Tennessee M. L. WILLIAMS .................................... Knoxville, Tennessee Fifth Row: GORDON L. WILLS .................................. Memphis, Tennessee HARRY W. WILSON .................................. Memphis, Tennessee E. S. WOLCOTT ...................................... Franklin, Tennessee ROBERT F. WOLFF .................................. Memphis, Tennessee HAROLD LEE WOOD ................................ Memphis, Tennessee JOHN B. WOODVILLE ............................ Madeira Beach, Flurida L. R. YOUNG, JR ..................................... Bulls Gap, Tennessee Members Not Pictured: JAMES E. ANDERSON ................................ Conydon, Kentucky JOSEPH P. ANDERSON ................................ Murray, Kentucky STUART L. ANDERSON ................................ Palmetto, Florida THOMAS R. BAGS ................................ Newton, North Carolina ED. BAUER ......................................... Memphis, Tennessee BILL 1WM. HJ BLANKS ............................ McKenzie, Tennessee ARLEE K. BUSBY ............................ North Little Rock, Arkansas J. D. CALDWELL .................................... Memphis, Tennessee GEORGE B. CRISP ............................... Johnson City, Tennessee JACK L. HAMMAN ................................... Jonesboro, Arkansas DONALD T. HARRIS ................................ Memphis, Tennessee DANIEL T. KEEL .................................... Florence, Mississippi IRA M. KELLEY ........................................ Sebring, Florida W. R. LOCKWOOD ................................... Summit, Mississippi L. B. MCCARTY ........................................ Alter, New Mexico ROBERT McKNIGHT ................................ Memphis, Tennessee JOHN E. OUTLAN ..................................... Jackson,Tennessee R. W. RICH ......................................... Covington, Kentucky J. B. SAMS .......................................... Flag Pond, Tennessee JAMES W. TERRY ................................... Memphis, Tennessee JAMES W. TIPTON ..................................... Milan, Tennessee JOHN W. WILKS .................................... Blytheville, Arkansas JAMES E. WISE ........................................ Hughes, Arkansas fellowship, the maintenance of an atmosphere conducive to study, and the preservatlon and appreciation of the science of medicine. PHI First Row: DR. C. H. EADES, Faculty Advisor .................... Memphis, Tennessee DR. A. H. MUSICK, Faculty Adviser .................... Memphis, Tennessee MR. C. H. SMITH, Faculty ............................ Memphis, Tennessee DR. J. L. WOOD, Faculty.......................,......Memphis,Tennessee DR. T. P. NASH, Faculty .............................. Memphis, Tennessee DR. E. F. WILLIAMS, Faculty ........................ Memphis, Tennessee CHESTER W. BLANKENSHIP, Prarident .............. Jacksboro, Tennessee Second Row: JOE W. BROWN, Vice-Presidenl .......................... Iellico, Tennessee JIMMY P. LOCKERT, Secretary .................... Ashland City, Tennessee ATKINS CARTER, JR., Trr'asurer .................... Henderson, Tennessee ROBERT S. BARTLETT .............................. Nashville, Tennessee DELTA C JACK G. BEVINS ...................................... Concord, Tennessee BOBBY G. BORUFF .................................. Knoxville, Tennessee JOHN BUCY ............................................ Paris, Tennessee Third Row: WILLARD T. CHUMLEY .............................. Memphis, Tennessee JACK E. COGGINS ................................. Holly Grove, Arkansas CLYDE M. DALE ................................. Old Hickory, Tennessee FRED G. DUDLEY ................................ Caruthersville, Missouri ROSS V. HICKEY .................................... Nashville. Tennessee JAMES W. HIGHFILL .............................. Brownsville, Tennessee WILLIAM S. HODGES ................................ Memphis, Tennessee WILLIAM B. HOLMES .............................. Knoxville, Tennessee Phi Delta Chi was founded at Ann Arbor, Michigan, Novem- ber 2, 1883. Omega Chapter was founded in 1922 at the Univer- sity of Tennessee. We boast a total of thirty-eight active members First Row: BRUCE HOWARD ................................... Nashville, Tennessee T. C. HOWELL .......................................... Sparta, Tennessee MARTIN F. FARMER ................................. Jonesboro, Arkansas SAM C. FUSON ...................................... Nashville, Tennessee HARRY JOHNSON .................................. Memphis, Tennessee JOSEPH A. JOHNSON ................................ Harriman, Tennessee LESLIE B. JULIAN ................................. Morristown, Tennessee Second Row: BOBBY C. LINDSAY ............................ Salisbury, North Carolina WILLIAM C. LINGO .................................. Memphis, Tennessee NAT. G. MADDUX .................................... Memphis, Tennessee ERNEST MICHAEL ................................. Boston, Massachusetts DELTA C I and six faculty members. The Phi Delta Chi House is located at 1149 Monroe Ave., Memphis, Tennessee. REGINALD C. NAIRON .................................. Paris,Tennessee HAROLD OFFUTT, JR ............................. Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee H. GERALD PARDUE ................................ Kingsport, Tennessee Third Row: ANDY 0. SHAW ..................................... Monticello, Arkansas LEON SHIELDS ......................................... Mena, Arkansas ALVIS R. SMITH ..................................... Memphis, Tennessee JIMMIE 0. SPOTTS ............................. West Memphis, Arkansas BILL J. SUTTON .................................... Jamestown, Tennessee LARRY P. TURNER .................................. Memphis, Tennessee 0. E. WESTMORELAND ............................. Kingsport, Tennessee WILLIAM L. WESTMORELAND ..................... Kingsport, Tennessee First Row: JAMES F. CRAWLEY, JR., President .................. Sale Creek, Tennessee W. C. KEETON, Vice-President ...................... Waynesbom, Tennessee JOHN M. BRYAN, Secretary .......................... Cookeville, Tennessee L. C. GARDNER7 JR., Treasurer ...................... Knoxville, Tennessee DAN E. WOODSON, Senior Warden ...................... Poteau, Oklahoma LAWRENCE S. MOFFATT, House Manager .......... Johnson City, Tennessee E. L. ALLEY ...................................... Church Hill, Tennessee Second Row: JOE ANDERSON ...................................... Elsmere, Kentucky JOHN BISHOP ............ V .......................... Memphis, Tennessee J. C. BLEVINS .................................... Johnson City, Tennessee J. C. CHAMBERS ................................. Elizabethton, Tennessee WILLIAM B. DANNER ............................... Knoxville, Tennessee B. W. DOUGLAS ................................. McMinnville, Tennessee FUN FONG ............................................ Hughes, Arkansas H H Third Row: WILLIAM E. FOREE .................................... Athens, Tennessee I. T. FRANCISCO .................................. Huntingdon, Tennessee H. H. FRY ........................................... Camden, Tennessee FRANK G. CARBIN .................................... Biloxi, Mississippi JOHN T. GIBSON .................................... Nashville, Tennessee JAY Y. GILLENWATER .............................. Kingsport, Tennessee NED TREVOR HARNEY ............................. Smithville, Tennessee Fourth Row: JAMES HOLMES .................................... Memphis, Tennessee A. L. HUGHETT ...................................... Caryville, Tennessee R. S. JESSUP ........................................ Memphis, Tennessee DONALD G. JONES .................................. Mingo Junction, Ohio W. R. JOUETT ...................................... Livingston, Tennessee ROBERT E. KEITH ................................... Knoxille, Tennessee BERT H. LEMINC, JR .............................. Creeneville, Tennessee SIG M PHI First Row : R WILLIAM C. LEONARD. . 4 . , ........................ Harrogate, Tennessee JAMES W. LIMBAUGH, JR .......................... Lewisburg, Tennessee JOEL LEONARD ................................ Lexington, North Carolina JOHN R. McINNIS .................................... Memphis, Tennessee CHARLES F. MERRYMAN ............................ Memphis, Tennessee EDWARD N. MOGAN ................................. Nashville, Tennessee R. ERSKINE MOORE, JR ............................. Cleveland, Tennessee Second Row: WALTER S. PATTON .................................... Amarillo, Texas MILLARD F. PERRIN ............................... Pocahontas, Arkansas BILLY D. PIERCE .................................... Fort Worth, Texas THOMAS V. ROE ..................................... Memphis, Tennessee WARREN A. ROSS ................................... Nashville, Tennessee JOHN A. SHIELDS ................................. Manchester, Tennessee WALTER F. SIDWELL .............................. Livingston, Tennessee Third Row: NORMAN L. SIMS .................................... Nashville, Tennessee JAMES H. SMITH ...................................... Selmer, Tennessee LEE SMITH ....................................... Tullahoma, Tennessee WILLIAM D. STOUT .............................. Elizabethtun, Tennessee F. SPENCER STUBBS .................................... Galveston, Texas CHARLES RAY SWIFT ............................ Chattanooga, Tennessee JOHN B. TURNER ................................... Memphis, Tennessee 0 363 SIGMA Fourth Bow : HARRY LEE WALTON ............................ Chattanooga, Tennessee C. E. WHEATLEY ................................... Henderson, Tennessee PAUL E. WHITTEMORE .............................. Nashville, Tennessee LOYD G. WILLIAMS ................................. Stratford, Oklahoma HAROLD C. WOOD...4..............................McAlester, Oklahoma Members N 0! Pictured: ROBERT F. BERSON ................................. Memphis, Tennessee JAMES H. BURGESS .................................. Winfield, Alabama WARREN T. BROWN .................................. Dayton, Tennessee DONALD V. CHAMBLEE ...................... High Point, North Carolina JOSEPH B. DRUEKE .................................. Jackson, Tennessee JOHN K. DUCKWORTH .............................. Memphis, Tennessee MARINUS FLUX ........................................ Alva, Oklahoma JAMES LARRY CLASS ............................... Memphis, Tennessee RAY HAMPTON ..................................... Memphis, Tennessee WOOD C. HIATT ........................................ Mobile, Alabama JAMES L. JOHNSON ................................ Lewisburg, Tennessee TOM MOCAN ........................................ Nashville, Tennessee FRANCIS S. O'NEIL .................................. Memphis. Tennessee ROBERT E. WALKER ................................ Memphis, Tennessee First Row: DR. JAMES T. GINN, Dean ............................ Memphis. Tennessee DR. B. L. McGHEE, Deputy Counselor .................. Memphis, Tennessee DR. M. L. FULLER, Assistant Deputy Counselor. . . . . . . . .Memphis, Tennessee CHARLES H. CROW, Past Grand Master .................. Dover, Tennessee EDWIN B. CRENSHAW. Grand Master ................ Union City, Tennessee JACK A. SMYTHE, Past Jr. Grand Master .......... Johnson City. Tennessee ALFRED C. RHEA, Past Secretary, Junior Grand Master. . . .Bristol, Tennessee J. HOWARD McCLAIN, Secretary .................... Winchester. Tennessee RICHARD A. LANE, Pas! Treasurer .................... Maryville, Tennessee Second Row : MACK D. UNDERWOOD, Treasurer .................... Concord, Tennessee R. LYNN ALLEN .................................... Maryville, Tennessee ROBERT H. BADGER; . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . .Murfreesboro, Tennessee W. M. BRADFORD ................................... Nashville, Tennessee FRED C. BROWN .................................... Memphis, Tennessee ROBERT C. BUCKNER ............................... Knoxville, Tennessee H. A. BURNETT .................................... Knoxville, Tennessee J. R. BUTCHER ...................................... Knnxville, Tennessee EDWARD M. CAMPBELL .......................... Chattanooga, Tennessee Third Row: LEWIS A. CARMICHAEL ............................ Oak Ridge, Tennessee J. H. CARSON ........................................ Stilwell, Oklahoma ROBERT S. CHILDS ................................ Dyersburg, Tennessee FRANK E. COLLETTE, JR ............................. Jackson, Mississippi 364 MEGA; THOMAS M. COOPER .................................. Pulaski, Tennessee HERBERT A. CROCKET 1' ............................ Franklin, Tennessee WARREN H. DYE .................................. Ackerman, Mississippi JAMES M. EDWARDS ................................ Banner, Mississippi DONALD H. ELLIS ..................................... Bristol, Tennessee Fourth Row: JAMES S. ELLIS ...................................... Camden, Arkansas JOHN N. ENGLE ..................................... Nashville, Tennessee I. D. ENOCH ...................................... Nashville. Tennessee RICHARD M. FIELDS ................................... Milan, Tennessee WALTER W. FINCAR ................................ Nashville, Tennessee LARRY E. FOGO .................................. Chattanooga, Tennessee JACK LEE FUSON ................................... Nashville, Tennessee BEN T. CLEAVES .................................... Nashville, Tennessee DAVID N. GRIFFITH.............. ..................Memphis, Tennessee Fifth Row: DAVE A. GROVE ...................................... Mascot, Tennesses THOMAS E. GULLEDCE ............................. Memphis, Tennessee ELTON L. HARRIS .................................. Memphis, Tennessee H. ALLEN HARRISON ................................ Nashville, Tennessee LOUIE V. HARRISON, JR .............................. Marks, Mississippi ROBERT D. HAYMORE ............................ Chattanooga, Tennessee CHARLES R. HAYNIE .................................. Camden, Arkansas AL HERR ............................................Memphis,Tennessee JAMES L. JACKSON, JR.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Murfreesb0m. Tennessee Psi Omega Fraternity was founded at Baltimore College of Dental Surgery in 1892, now having a total membership of over 21,000. It is today the largest of the dental fraternities. At pres- ent there are thirty active chapters in the United States, several in foreign countries, and alumni chapters in the principal cities of this country. First Row: JOSEPH PATRICK KEIRAN .......................... Memphis, Tennessee P. T. KELLY ........................................ Little Rock. Arkansas GEORGE R. KIMBRELL .............................. Memphis, Tennessee KENNETH 0. KING ................................ Louisville, Mississippi R. B. KING ........................................... Jackson. Mississippi RALPH B. KING, JR ................................... Monroe, Louisiana JAMES R. KNIGHT, JR ............................... Pontotoc, Mississippi LEWIS E. LAMB .............................. Nurlh Little Ruck. Arkansas CHARLES F. LANDIS, JR ......................... Chattanooga. Tennessee Second Row : JAMES E. LONG .................................. Hazlehursl. Mississippi MARVIN D. LOYD ................................... McCeehee. Arkansas WILLIAM W. MANNING ............................. Nashville, Tennessee JAMES L. MARKS ............................... Fountain City, Tennessee LAWRENCE E. MARTIN ................................ Terry, Mississippi DAVID B. MASTERS .................................... Celina. Tennessee WALTER M. MILLS .................................. Ruvkwood, Tennessee PAUL E. MOORE, JR ................................. Nashville. Tennessee PATRICK J. NELIGAN ............................ Chattanooga, Tennessee Third Row : SHAWIE E. NOFFEL ............................... Portageville, Missouri JOHN M. O'NEILL. JR .............................. Mobile, Alabama DAVID W. PARKS ...................................... Obion, Tennessee HERMAN H. PARKS .............................. New Albany, Mississippi GEORGE P. PATE .................................... Maryville, Tennessee JOHN G. PAYNE ..................................... Nashville, Tennessee H. DEWEY PETERS. JR .............................. Knoxville, Tennessee PSI Psi Gamma Chapter was installed at the University of Ten- nessee, Memphis, on October 18, 1926. It has for its purpose the maintenance of the high standards of the dental profession, the encouragement of scientific investigations and writings, and pro- mulgation of good fellowship among its members. JACK Q. PETTY .................................. Castonia, North Carolina W. E. PHIFFER ...................................... Knoxville, Tennessee Fourth Row : HORACE E. POOL .................................. Little Rock, Arkansas JAMES E. ROSS ...................................... Memphis, Tennessee GEORGE R. SMITH ................................. Logan, West Virginia RAY C. STEINKE .................................... Knoxville, Tennessee D. W. STURDIVANT ................................ Columbia, Mississippi CHARLES N. SWAINSON ........................ Tellico Plains, Tennessee JAMES A. VON CRUENICEN .......................... Dickson, Tennessee DENNIS W. WALDROP .............................. Knoxville, Tennessee JOSEPH W. WALL, JR ............................. Chattanooga, Tennessee Fifth Row: ROBERT R. WALLACE .............................. Maryville, Tennessee H. C. WARREN ..................................... Little Rock, Arkansas T. H. WICCINS ...................................... Memphis, Tennessee WILLIAM E. WILD ................................ Chattanooga, Tennessee NATHAN E. WILSON ............................... Oak Ridge, Tennessee FAYETTE C. WILLIAMS .............................. Corinth, Mississippi JOHN 0. YEIDER .................................... Nashville, Tennessee JAMES B. ZUCCARELLO, JR ........................... Pulaski, Tennessee Members Not Pictured: JAMES C. ELDER ..................................... Nashville, Tennessee MALCOLM A. LYNCH ............................. Chattanooga, Tennessee JAMES H. MURPHY .................................. Nashville, Tennessee JACK W. SAYLOR ................................ Johnson City, Tennessee JACK C. SCHMITT ................................... Franklin, Tennessee GEORGE E. TEMPLE ................................. Nashville, Tennessee OMEGA First Row: R. K. BURDINE, President ............................. Cnncord, Tennessee C. R. NUSSBAUMER, Vice-President .................. Nashville, Tennessee W. S. ROBERTSON, Secretary ............................ Milan, Tennessee D. D. YELTON, Treasurer ................................ Erwin, Tennessee M. L. BLACKWELL, Honorary Member ................. Memphis, Tennessee C. L. ABERNATHY ................................... Memphis, Tennessee J. A. ALEXANDER .................................... Memphis, Tennessee W. J. ALVERSON .................................. Chattanooga, Tennessee C. B. ARMSTRONG .................................... Martel, Tennessee Second Row : J. M. BAKER ...................................... Waynesboro, Tennessee D. C. BATTS ............................................ Norfork, Virginia H. H. BENNETT ...................................... Lewisville, Arkansas F. D. BIRMINGHAM ................................... Jackson, Tennessee D. C. CLARKE ....................................... Nashville, Tennessee D. R. COLLIER ....................................... Memphis, Tennessee G. S. CRUSE .......................................... Concord, Tennessee R. S. CUNNINGHAM ................................. Morrison, Tennessee L. L. DAVIS ............................................. Lula, Mississippi XI PS 366 Third Row: J. I. DeLASHMET .................................... Clinton, Mississippi N. C. ELCHOS ...................................... Vicksburg, Mississippi T. M. EUBANKS ..................................... Memphis, Tennessee R. H. FOSTER ............................................ Miami, Florida R. H. FRADY, JR ..................................... Stanton, Tennessee J. A. GARRISON ..................................... Byingtnn, Tennessee C. L. GILLILAND .................................. Knoxville, Tennessee B. W. GIVAN ...................................... Old Hickory, Tennessee I. D. COLDSCHMID .................................. Memphis, Tennessee Fourth Row: J. E. HAMILTON .................................. Vardaman, Mississippi M. S. HARBUCK ....................................... Malvern, Arkansas J. F. HARDIN ........................................ Knoxville, Tennessee R. P. HAWK ......................................... Knoxville, Tennessee M, H. HOLLAND ....................................... Pulaski, Tennessee B. H4 HOLMAN ..................................... Livingston, Tennessee B. J. HOPPER ........................................ Memphis, Tennessee A, 0. JONES ........................................ Dyersburg, Tennessee C. P. KELLER ........................................... Toone, Tennessee R. E. KEMP .......................................... Winona, Mississippi PHI I PSI First Row: C. E. KENNEMER .................................... Memphis, Tennessee A. 5. KING, JR ..................................... Yazoo City, Mississippi J. C. KOELZ .......................................... Memphis, Tennessee 0. R. KOSKI .......................................... Kreule, Mississippi . LEFLER .......................................... Clinton, Arkansas . LUTHER ....................................... Nashville, Tennessee . MAHAN ........................................ Memphis, Tennessee . MARSHALL .................................... Trezevant, Tennessee . MATHIS ........................................ Corinth, Mississippi Second Row: T. E, MCCLELLAN .................................... Hickman, Kentucky W. C. MERCER ............................... Williamston, North Carolina C. L. NABERS ..................................... Morristown, Tennessee D. E. NEWBERRY ...................................... Monroe, Tennessee L. B. PEARSON ...................................... Jacksonville, Florida S. L. REYNOLDS ...................................... Myrtle, Mississippi J. C. RUMBLE ........................................ Memphis, Tennessee R. C. RUTHERFORD .................................... Obion, Tennessee J. F. SADLER ........................................ Memphis, Tennessee Xi Psi Phi Fraternity was founded at the University of Michi- gan in 1889, and now has a total membership of well over 20,000. At present there are 33 Active Chapters and 49 Alumni Chapters. Alpha Omicron Chapter was organized at the University of Tennessee College of Dentistry in 1921 and the chapter was re- activated in 1947. The Xi Psi Phi Fraternity is a brotherhood of men chosen from those who have decided upon a career in the profession of PHI Third Row: T. E. SHEFFIELD ................................... Culfport, Mississippi H. K. SMITH ....................................... Vardaman, Mississippi J. N. SPICELAND ........................................ Dover, Tennessee H. A. STRATTON ..................................... Memphis, Tennessee R. L. STRATTON ................................ Rolling Furk, Mississippi J. C. STROUP ........................................ McKenzie, Tennessee J. T. STRUNK ....................................... Henryelta, Oklahoma W. S. SUTTON ...................................... Kingsport, Tennessee LA. TUCKER........................................Memphis, Tennessee Fourth Row: TILMAN VANCEL .................................... Tazewell, Tennessee J. F. WARD ......................................... Livingston, Tennessee B. J. WATSON ......................................... Marks, Mississippi D. L. WEBB .......................................... Grenada, Mississippi .1. B. WHITE, JR ....................................... Jackson, Tennessee J. E. WILLIAMS ..................................... Knoxville, Tennessee W. E. WILLOUCHBY ................................ Mt. JulietY Tennessee M. N. WILSON .................................... Old Hickory, Tennessee W. B. WINNETT .................................... Woodbury, Tennessee R. S. DAVIDSON ..................................... Whitwell, Tennessee Dentistry. It was organized for the purpose of providing a better, more substantial foundation upon which to build a successful professional life; of creating a desire for a cleaner, healthier and more wholesome atmosphere in which to live; of developing an appreciation of the qualities of friendship and hospitality; and of stimulating a desire to include these qualities in the char- acter of its members. PHI First Row: DR. 1. D. MICHELSON, Facully Advisnr ................ Memphis, Tennessee LYNN DORIS LOKET, Sweetheart. . . A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Memphis, Tennessee HUBERT A. ABRAHAM, President .................... Memphis, Tennessee SOL COLSKY, Vice-President .......................... Memphis, Tennessee HERMAN IRVING SCHEINBERC, Treasurer ........... Memphis, Tennessee OSCAR BERNARD HECKLIN, Master at Arms ........ Chattanooga, Tennessee FRANK ADEL ........................................... Miami, Florida Second Row: JACK ALPERIN ...................................... Marianna, Arkansas LEONARD BERG .................................. Miami Beach, Florida LAWRENCE BLUMEN ................................ Memphis, Tennessee ERIC M. CHAZEN .................................... Knuxville, Tennessee JAMES COHEN ...................................... Nashville, Tennessee NORMAN H. DAVIS .................................. Memphis, Tennessee IRVING M. ETKIND .................................. Memphis,Tennessee Third Row: RALPH FRANKLIN .................................. Memphis, Tennessee MORTON L. GUBIN .................................. Memphis, Tennessee Phi Delta Epsilon was established at Cornell Medical School in 1904 by Dr. Aaron Brown. Since that time the fraternity has grown until now it has forty-seven undergraduate and twenty- nine graduate chapters throughout the country. It has for its aims the promotion of good fellowship, the encouragement of the highest standards of achievement, and the maintenance of the highest ethics in the practice of medicine. The Beta Eta chapter of Phi Delta Epsilon Medical Fraternity was established in March of 1929 at the University of Tennessee DELTA EPSILON ROBERT S. HARRIS, JR ............................... Memphis, Tennessee IRVING M. KALB .................................... Trenton, New Jersey STANLEY B. KAPLAN ................................ Memphis, Tennessee ROBERT KLINE ...................................... Memphis, Tennessee RONALD M. LAMPERT ............................ Long Beach, New York Fourth Row: PHILLIP H. ROBINSON .............................. Knoxville, Tennessee NATHAN K. SALKY..................................Memphis,Tennessee MARVIN B. SLOTKIN .............................. Miami Beach, Florida CARL F. STRAUSS ................................... Memphis, Tennessee HUGH S. UNGER .................................... Brooklyn, New York JOSEPH WAHL ....................................... Jackson, Tennessee LOUIS WENER ...................................... Memphis, Tennessee Members N at Pictured: LEONARD ASKOWITZ .............................. Miami Beach, Florida HERBERT DAVIS ........................................ Miami, Florida JERRY KAPLAN .................................... Memphis, Tennessee DAVID KRAMER ........................................ Miami, Florida STANLEY D. MITCHEL, Secretary .................... Miami Beach, Florida under the guidance of Dr. I. D. Michelson. Dr. Michelson, Pro- fessor of Bacteriology and sponsor of Beta Eta chapter, has con- tinued to aid and guide the chapter in its activities. During the past year the fraternity has had local physicians, fraters, and members of the faculty as guest speakers at fra- ternity dinner meetings. In addition there have been several social functions held, including our Annual Banquet and Dance, which is our outstanding affair of the year. Alpha Omega Alpha is an Honor Medical Society composed of medical men and women who as undergraduates have given promise of becoming leaders in their profession or who later have attained such leadership. Its aims are the promotion of First Row : DR. F. L. ROBERTS, Secretary-Treasurer ................ Memphis, Tennessee DR. HALL TACKET, Faculty Advisor .................. Memphis, Tennessee DR. JOE CAMPBELL, President ...................... Greenfield, Tennessee DR. GRAYDON C. SANDERS, JR., Vice-President ...... Memphis, Tennessee DR. G. E. FILMORE ................................. Harriman, Tennessee DR. BURTON P. GRANT .............................. Nashville, Tennessee DR. JAMES E. HAMPTON ............................ Memphis, Tennessee Second Row: DR. ROBERT S. HARRIS, JR ......................... Memphis, Tennessee DR. T. R. HARRIS .................................. Union City, Tennessee DR. MICHAEL LEO HUGHES ......................... Nashville, Tennessee DR. THOMAS M. JACKSON ............................ Dickson, Tennessee DR. STANLEY KAPLAN ............................ Memphis, Tennessee DR. J. C. KING ...................................... Memphis, Tennessee DR. WILLIAM P. KING .............................. Memphis, Tennessee Third Row: DR. HARVEY B. KOCH ............................... Nashville, Tennessee DR. VERNON MEDLIN ............................... Nashville, Tennessee scholarship and research in medical schools, the encourage- ment of a high standard of character and conduct among medi- cal students and graduates, and the recognition of high attain- ment in medical science of practice and related fields. DR. W. E. METZGER ................................ Memphis, Tennessee DR. R. A. OBENOUR ................................ Knoxville, Tennessee DR. .1. WAYNE RACKLEY ............................ Memphis, Tennessee DR. R. L. RAINEY ................................. Brownsville, Tennessee KEITH RHODES .................................... Henderson, Tennessee Fourth Row: DR. THOMAS A. SMITH .............................. Camden, Tennessee DR. HOWARD W. THOMAS ............................ Michie, Tennessee DR. R. C. WEBSTER .................................. Gallatin, Tennessee DR. E. A. WEST ...................................... Memphis, Tennessee DR. C. E. WHEATLEY .............................. Henderson, Tennessee Members Not Pictured: DR. T. R. BIRDSONG .............................. :.Memphis, Tennessee J. L. HERRING ...................................... Raymond, Mississippi JOSEPH G. RITCH ........................................ Stuart, Florida DR. S. FRED STRAIN, JR ............................. Memphis, Tennessee ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA Omicron Kappa Upsilon is a society of dentists whose purpose is iiTo encourage and develop a spirit emulation among students in dentistry and to recognize in an appropriate manner those who shall distinguish themselves by a high grade of scholarship? The society was organized in 1914 at Northwestern University Dental School. The official insignia adopted in 1915 embodies the spirit of the Society. The insignia is a key with the letters 0 tOmicroni, K tKappai, and U tUpsiloni by the Greek letter S Sigma. The first three initials, which indicates the name of this society, are derived from three Greek words, Odontos tteethi , Kai and Hygeia thealthi. The encircling letter S tSigmai de- rives from the Greek word Soteria tconservation or preservationi , First Row: DR. THOMAS R. MEADOWS .................................... President DR. JAMES T. ANDREWS .................................. President-elect DR. ROBERT L. PARRISH ................................ Vice-President DR. HAROLD P. THOMAS ............................. Secretary-Treasurer DR. RALPH E. BRADEN DR. VIRGIL 0. BOLTON DR. JULIOUS R. BOURGOYNE DR. H. C. BUTTS DR. HORACE F. CORDER, JR. Second Row: DR. LEVI J. DAVIDSON DR. JUDSON J. FITE DR. MARION L. FULLER DR. SIDNEY FRIEDMAN, SR. DR. HARLAN GATES DR. JAMES T. GINN DR. RALPH E. HENDERSON DR. GEORGE W. HUCKABA DR. RICHARD A. LANE Third Row : DR. DEENE R. LEVENTHAL DR. CHESTER LLOYD and represents the all-embracing ideal of conservation which is the chief concern of the dental profession and its oral health service. There are 34 chapters with approximately 6,000 members. Psi Chapter was founded May 15, 1929, and now has a membership of 94. Its charter members were R. S. Vinsant, R. D. Dean, C. P. Harris, J. F. Bigger, W. E. Lundy, L. J. McRae7 J. J. Ogden, J. D. Towner, and W. J. Templeton. Election to the society is not only a recognition of accom- plishment as a student, but also an insignia of both promise and expectancy of leadership in some phase of dentistry after gradu- ation. DR. NORMAN K. LUTHER DR. TOM W. MARKS DR. BARTON L. McGHEE DR. JAMES E. MEEKS DR. JOE MORRIS DR. LEO W. MITCHELL DR. ROBERT B. PARKES Fourth Bow: DR. WALTER C. SANDUSKY. JR. DR. GRANVILLE SHERMAN, JR. DR. FRANK E. SHEPARD DR. MILTON SISKIN DR. JACK A. SMYTHE DR. JAMES C. SOUSOULAS DR. WILLIAM J. TEMPLETON DR. BILL C. TERRY DR. JAMES E. THOMAS Fifth Row: DR. TOM TOWNES DR. FAUSTIN N. WEBER DR. PAUL E. WESTON DR. JOHN L. WILHOIT DR. JAMES E. WILLIAMS DR. ROBERT M. WILLIAMS OMICRON KAPPA UPSILON THE DEAN First Row: JEFFERSON F. HARDIN, President .................... Knoxville, Tennessee HORACE F. CORDER, Past President .................. Nashville, Tennessee NORMAN K. LUTHER, Vice-President .................. Nashville, Tennessee JAMES T. AKERS, Past Vice-President ................ Nashville, Tennessee M. LOUISE BLACKWELL, Secretary .................... MBmphiS, Tennessee WILLIAM L. LA FONT, JR., Past Secremry ............ Union City, Tennessee WILLIAM J. ALVERSON, Treasurer ................ Chattanooga7 Tennessee JACK A. SMYTHE, Past Treasurer ........................ Bristol, Tennessee JAMES E. WILLIAMS, Historian ...................... Knoxville, Tennessee Second Row: JUSTIN T. TOWNER, Past Historian ................... Memphis, Tennessee JOHN I. DELASHMET, Sgt. at Arms .................... Clinton, Mississippi ANTONIO J. VENEZIA, Past Sgt. at Arms ............. Memphis, Tennessee ROSCOE L. BRUMBACK, JR ........................... Memphis, Tennessee GEORGE G. GRAHAM, JR ............................. Memphis, Tennessee THOMAS E. CULLEDGE .............................. Memphis, Tennessee LAWRENCE T. KENNEDY ........................... Knoxville, Tennessee CHARLES F. LANDIS .............................. Chattanooga, Tennessee JOE C. LANE ....................................... Rogersville, Tennessee The Deans7 Society was founded at the University of Tennessee on December 6, 1948. It is an honorary society for undergradu- ate students in the College of Dentistry. It was named by its founders to honor Dr. Richard Doggett Dean, former Dean of the College Of Dentistry, and his wife, Dr. Marguerite Taylor S 9 371 SOCIETY Third Row : RICHARD A. LANE .................................. Maryvillc, Tennessee EDWARD H. MAHONEY ............................. Limestone, Tennessee JAMES L. MARKS ................................ Fountain City, Tennessee ROBERT E. MATHIS .................................. Corinth, Mississippi ALVIN B. MOOREHEAD ....................... North Litle Rock, Arkansas ROBERT F. NANCE ................................... Ripley, Mississippi TIP C. NELMS ........................................ Memphis, Tennessee THOMAS C. NELSON .......................... Signal Mountain, Tennessee WILLIAM A. OVERTON ............................ Gainesboro, Tennessee Fourth Row: JOHN C. RUMBLE .................................... Memphis, Tennessee JAMES 5. SMITH .................................... Memphis, Tennessee HERMAN R. STALLINS ............................ Humboldt, Tennessee DENNIS W. WALDROP .............................. Knoxville, Tennessee JAMES E. WARD .................................. Livingston, Tennessee JOHN 0. YEIDER .................................... Nashville, Tennessee DORAN D. YELTON .................................... Erwin, Tennessee Member Not Pictured: JAMES E. HAMILTON .............................. Vardaman, Mississippi Dean, former Associate Professor of Oral Pathology. Its membership consists of outstanding Junior and Senior stu- dents who are selected by a combined Faculty-Student Election Committee. RHO CHI Firgt Row: DR. KARL J. GOLDNER, Dean ........................ Memphis, Tennessee W. H. HASSLER, Family .............................. Memphis, Tennessee DR. A. H. MUSICK, Faculty .......................... Memphis, Tennessee THOMAS C. GUTHRIE, JR., President ................ Memphis, Tennessee JOHN M. ROBERSON, Vice President ............... Chattanooga, Tennessee Second Row: KENNETH W. ROWE, Secretary-Trcusurer ............ Knoxville, Tennessee JAMES E. BOOTH .................................. Maury City, Tennessee JOHN E. BRADLEY ..................................... Sparta, Tennessee JIMMY C. DODD ..................................... Batesville, Arkansas E. J. GOSLIN ................................ .. ....... Columbia, Tennessee 372 Third Row: INDIA B. HOOD ................................ Richlands, North Carolina JACK W. LINDSAY .................................. Ruckwoud, Tennessee PHILLIP A. MCGREGOR ............................ Monteagle, Tennessee GAVINE P. NORSWORTHY ...................... Waynesboru, Mississippi KENNETH F. PARRISH .......................... Lawrenceburg, Tennessee Members Not Pictured: ANTHONY F, CACCHILLO ............................ Derby, Connecticut LOUIS D. HAUSER .................................. Hitchcock, Oklahoma GERALD M. STAHL .................................. Richmond, Virginia The Nux Club, honorary society of the University of Tennessee of Memphis, is composed of Seniors who are representatives of the fraternities recognized by the Committee on Student Welfare. The Nux Club was organized in October, 1939, for the purpose of: th Advancing the spirit of good will and fellowship among and between the various fraternities of the Uni- versity at Memphis; Qt Promoting favorable pub- licity for the Memphis unit of the University; Cit Fos- tering the accumulation of material for the Memphis Section of the VOLUNTEER yearbook. First Row: EDMOND L. ALLEY, President. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .Phi Rho Sigma DAVID CUNNINGHAM, Vice President. .. .. .. .. .. .... .Kappa Psi JACK SPICELAND, Secretary and Treasurer ........... Xi Psi Phi JERRY FRANCISCO ...........................PhiRho Sigma Second Row: PAUL MAPLES Kappa Psi JOELANE................................DeltaSigmaDelta J05EPHW.P0PP..........................DeltaSigmaDelta TOM FULLER ..........................AlphaKappa Kappa Third Row: CLYDE DALE PhLDehaChi 1 Ross HICKEY ................................ Phi Delta Chi JAMESMILLIS PhLChi WILLIAM G. LAING ................................. Phi Chi Baptist Student Union Christian Medical Society Quintard House IOUS ACTIVITIES Noon-Day Devotional UnterdenominationaD NURSES9 First Row: FRANCES MCCOWAN, President .................... Clarksville, Tennessee SHIRLEY LAWSON, First Vice-President ................. Curlisle, Arkansas NANCY CROSS, Second Vice-President .................... Jellicu, Tennessee SYLVIA PAULK, Third Vice-President .................. Tupelo, Mississippi BILLIE REACAN, Secretary ......................... Mnrrisluwn, Tennessee Second Row: CARMEL CULPEPPER, Representative 6 N4 ................ Milan, Tennessee CHARLOTTE ESSARY, Representative 2 N4 ......... Lenoir City, Tennessee ANN HARVEY, Representative 10 N4 and 10 N5 ........ Clarksville, Tennessee DOROTHY KING, Representative 12 N4 .............. Sandy Hunk, Kentucky CELIA SPAINHOWER, Representative 9 N4 and 9 N5. . . .Knoxville, Tennessee DOROTHY THOMAS, Representative 3 N4 .............. Memphis, Tennesmw STUDENT COUNCIL Officers Not Pictured: MARY JANE ML'NEILL, Third Vice-President ........ Abinglnn, Pennsylvania MARY CAROLYN MORAN, Parliamentarian .............. Airany, Kentucky MARTHA MORELAND, Treasurer ....................... Tyrunza, Arkansas Representatives Not Pictured: INHZ CANTREL ...................................... Quebeck, Tennessee BLEAKIA HILL ........................................ Dayton, Tennessee SHIRLEY HOUSER ................................ Kingsport, Tennessee EUNICE JENSEN ................................... Millington, Tennessee FRANCES JONES ................................. Clarksville, Tennessee GAIL ALLEN WORK ................................... Camden, Arkansas ALL-STUDENTS First Row: DR. CHARLES H. EADES ................................ Faculty Adviser "PETE" ARMSTRONG .................................. President, A.S.C. H. GERALD PARDUE .............................. Vice-President, A.S.C. MRS. VASHTI ALLEY ................................... Secretary, A.S.C. JERRY FRANCISCO .................................... Treasurer, A.S.C. MABLE ALEXANDER .................................. President, 6-Nf41 EDWARD M. BARBER, JR ............................... Prexidenl, M.T.-4 JOHN W. BENNETT ...................................... President, D-2 JAMES BENTON .......................................... President, D-I JOE CAMPBELL ......................................... President, M-12 Second Row : JOHN E. COLEMAN ........................................ President, P-8 WILLIAM B. DANNER ..................................... President, M-7 LOIS P. FRAZIER ...................................... President, D.H.-1 RAYMOND HENDERSON, JR ............................... President, P-4 J. W. JACKSON, JR ....................................... President, M-8 PAUL JOURDAN ......................................... President, P-12 PATRICK T. KELLY ...................................... President, D-6 FRANCES MCCOWAN .................. President, Nurses, Student Council CARL B. MAXEY .......................................... President, D-3 JAMES E. MAYS, JR ....................................... President, M-5 Student body olhcers are elected each spring and rotated among the schools of medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, and nursing. All students in good standing enrolled in the university are members of the All-Students, Club. The purpose of the All-Students7 Club 9 376 CLUB COUNCIL Third Row : RICHARD G. ONKEY ...................................... President, M-3 R. MALCOLM OVERBEY .................................. President, 0-10 JAMES A. PHILLIPS ...................................... President, M-2 JOSEPH W. POPP ........................................ President, D-II NELL H. RAST .......................................... President, D.H.A5 ROBERT C. ROWE ........................................ President, D-9 HAROLD L. RUSSELL ..................................... President, D-8 TOM A. SMITH .......................................... President, M-II JACK STRIPLINC ........................................ President, M-10 JUNE SUSONC ........................................ President, 10-1W4j Fourth Row: TRAVIS J. TAYLOR ........................................ President, 0-? BOB THURMAN .......................................... President, M-6 PATRICIA TILLER .................................... President, l-NMJ THOMAS L. TURPIN ........................................ President 04 MARY WASHBURN .................................... President, Z-NMt MITZI WELLS ......................................... President, 9-Nh4U HOLLY WILKINS .................................... President, IO-NKZU WINSTON WILLIAMS .................................... President, M-4 DEXTER L. WOODS, JR ................................... President. 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UNIVERSITY CENTER 0 Grill 0 Cafeferia O Cafering Service Complimenfs of BYERLEY'S CAFETERIA 2-2520 I6+h Sfreef af Whife Ave. "The Rose Hole" JOHN SEXTON 8: CO. Manufaduring Wholesale Grocers P.O. Box 4I24 Federal Annex AHanfa 2. Georgia The smarfesf shop- The smar+es+ fashions for +he Junior and Miss Strasbur 5r5 , q 5 MAuu-gfw de 605 Market 51'. "Insurance in A" of Its Branches" Since 1896 J. E. LUTZ AND COMPANY PROTECTION AND SERVICE Underwriting Managers TENNESSEE INSURANCE COMPANY 0 Our Organization Includes the Following Alumm: "GABE" HOOPER, ,20 s. M. ARNOLD, 112., ,47 JOHN JACOBS, ,24 WILSON ROWLAND, '48 H. C. tSKEED BRANDAU, ,35 H. P. STICKLEY, ,48 ARTHUR RODGERS 112., 34 EARL HENLEY, 51 WILLIAM DUNFORD, ,so LEON F. LONG, ,50 JOHN E. LUTZ, II, ,40 JOE ZARICOR, ,48 LANDON C. CHAPMAN, 50 SECOND 85 THIRD FLOOR, BURWELL BUILDING KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE Phone: 2-3171 . CLOVER LEAF BRAND a1 5 HAMS SAUSAGE BACON GOVERNMENT INSPECTED FOR YOUR PROTECTION LAY PACKING CO. jadAiond 0X :biolinch'on . . . STERLING Hogs; 609-11 MARKET Kn0xville. Tennessee DAIRY PRODUCTS Tha+ good ice cream +ha+ you have been enjoying af +he Universi+y Cenfer 8x Cafeferia was frozen in +hese machines. AGRICULTURAL CAMPUS KNOXVILLE GENTRY'S Fea+uring BeH'er Lubricafion Magnolia 6+ Morgan Knoxville, Tenn. Complimen+s of MEDICAL ARTS DRUG CO. Prescription Service Reg. No. 4i I6 Dial 3-7I75 or 4334! Main a+ Locusf Knoxville. Tenn. CHANDLER 8: CO. BUILDING MATERIALS 428 W. Depof Ave. Phone 5-0374 WHERE PARKING IS FREE 81 EASY In the Dempster-Dumpster System of trash and rubbish collection only one man, the driver of the truck-mounted Dempster- Dumpster, is required for operation. The Dempster-Dumpster serves scores of detach- able Dempster-Dumpster Containers located at such places as schools, hospitals, market and housing areas, hotels, grocery stores, department stores, restaurants, etc. Each container is loaded by the user. By pre- arranged schedule, the Dempster-Dumpster picks up, hauls to disposal area and empties each containereone after another. Entire operation is handled by hydraulic controls in truck cab, as shown above. DEMPSTER BROTHERS, DEMPSTER BUILDING, Knoxville 17, Term. Rubbish Collection System for your City Container capacities range up to 4 times that of conventional dump truck bodies and each container built for trash and rubbish is completely closed-eliminating the health menace of disease carriers such as rats feed- ing on open and scattered refuse due to un- sanitary and inadequate trash cans, barrels, crates, etc. Without question, the Dempster-Dump- ster System is the most sanitary and lowest cost method of bulk rubbish collection ever devised. Write to us for complete informa- tion. Manufactured exclusively by Demp- ster Brothers. Inc. One Truck-Moun+ed Dempsier-Dumpsfer Handles Scores of Confainers . . . All Designs . . . All Sizes BEGAS RESTAURANT The Home of Sizzling Steaks" GAY AT MAGNOLIA Beaufiful Rooms for Banque+s 8: Pariies Accommodafing l5 +0 l50 Phone 2-7I47 SE FINE CLASS RINGS R0 ANNOUNCEMENTS I42I Broadway, N.E. YEARBOOKS KNOXVILLE. TENNESSEE AWARDS J OSTEN '5 Since '897 Represenfafive: C. W. WINEGAR $ui+e 412. Commercial Bank Building KNOXVILLE. TENNESSEE FREE SERVICE TIRE CORP. 300 W. Magnolia Ave. KNOXVI LLE. TENNESSEE Phone 3-l I47 PHILCO 8 MOTOROLA TELEVISION V coonEVun COMPLIMENTS OF MAGNET M LS, INC. Esfa blished in I905 Manufadurers of Ladies Full Fashioned and Seamless Hosiery CLINTON. TENNESSEE E. B. HALE HALE BROTHERS E. Main Wm. C. HALE WHOLESALE Fruiis 8 Vegefables Morrisfown. Tenn. COMPLIMENTS SMOKY MOUNTAIN MARKET sou+h End Henley Bridge Open Day and Nife COUQI'J 4y KINGSKRAFT KINGSPORT PRESS Kingsporf. Tennessee A O egome TO THE KNOXVILLE HOTEL ASSOCIATION ARNOLD HOTEL ANDREW JOHNSON HOTEL ATKIVN HOTEL COLONIAL HOTEL PARK HOTEL ST. JAMES HOTEL FARRAGUT HOTEL Visif Your Old Friend, Doc. Ernes'r. OHen for Courfeous Service ELLIS 8 ERNEST DRUG STORE ON THE CORNER OF THE CAMPUS 0 PHONE 2-6IO3 "IT COSTS LESS AT" STERCHFS TO FURNISH YOUR HOME I I4 S. Gay S+ree+ Phone 3-4l63 m invite you . . . a tAn' 4y dfuolenl t0 carry your account ...... IIIII wifd ud . . 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