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l y esentl n 9 I summiT 194 9 EDITOR - IN - CHIEF . Frances Mclntyie BUSINESS MANAGER ADVERTISING MANAGER June Dougherty Zora Reece l- ubuikea nnuallu bu tke tuaenii of USHEVILLE-BILTMORE COLLEGE ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA -Jn e 1 94 9 (L-dition of Jke S ummit is cyLoL ' inalu .J-)ealcatea to I n %m m his wife =-dJr. ana 1 1 In. Ljtenn cJ-. xSuikeu Their faith in the promising future of our college has been an inspiring example to each student and teacher, as well as to the citizens of our community. We are deeply apprecia- tive of their interest in, and unflagging efforts toward, a bigger and better Asheville-Biltmore College. L ma iL aiev J alV. Hail to thee, our Alma Mater, Raise thy banners high; Mighty Asheville-Biltmore College Shall not ever die! Chorus: Honor, glory, praise we bring thee. Hallowed halls so dear; Greater still shall rise thy virtues With each -passing year! Hear thy sons, Oh Alma Mater, Give their hearts in song. Unto thee, dear Asheville-Biltmore, Mater fair and strong. Honor, glory, praise we bring thee. Hallowed halls so dear; Greater still shall rise thy virtues With each passing year! Nickie Bonarrigo ii reiident DR. GLENN L. BUSHEY B.A., Shippensburg State Teachers College, Penn. M.A., Columbia University Ed.D., Temple University, Penn. II jiiti 1 Eu rat ana l - uiineii n fanaaef SAMUEL R. McGUIRE -Jiei zta jecfelatu MISS ANNE KERR BROWN BOHD OF DIHECrORS II Mr. J. W. Byers Mr. Coke Candler Mr. John M. Carroll Mr. R. Lee Ellis Mr. Dales Y. Foster CHAIRMAN, Captain Robert Lee Smith Mrs. Natalie Hampton Mr. Pierce Henderson Mrs. M. A. James Dr. B. E. Morgan Mr. Clarence E. Morgan Mr. L. A. Moritz Mr. Martin L. Nesbitt Mr. L. A. Owen Mr. T. C. Roberson Mr. Roy Taylor Mm.1 F A c y I T y Mr. Charles Brock J.B., Duke University Chemistry Miss Marv T. Miller J.B., Woman s College. U. of North Carolina Spanish Mr. Reeves Wells J. B., U. of North Carolina Government, Sociology, Economics Mr. Herbert Coman J.B., U. of South Carolina; Graduate work at U . of N. C. Coach and Hygiene Mrs. RiTTH M. Carter J.B., M.A., U. of N. C. English Personnel and Guidance Dlr. Mr. a. M. Moser J.B., M.A., U. of North Carolina: Graduate Work to- ward Pk.D., V . of Wisconsin. Social Science, Psychology, Art. and German Miss Gladys L. Williams A.B., U. of N. C; A.M., Col- umbia U .; B.S. Library Science, Catholic University Librarian Mr. W. W. Hanaman A.B., Winthrop College M.A., U. of Pittsburgh Commercial Science Mrs. Cornelia Ann Serota BS.. M.S., North Texas State College Science Mrs. Lutrell A. Wishart A.B., Randolph- Macon Woman s College English, Creative Writing Mrs. Adele P. Lowrance A.B., Winthrop College; M.A., U. of Pittsburgh Commercial Science Mr. Hugh F. Transou A.B., Wake Forest; M.A.. George Peabody College for Teachers Religion, French. English Mr. Melvin E. Wooten, Jr. B.S., Florida Southern College journalism. Radio, Dramatics NOT P I C T I R E D Mr. a. L. Morlev B.S., Carnegie Tech; M.S., Penn State Mathematics and Science Mr. Samuel R. McGuire r Floyd Woody B.S., Bowling Green College n c r n r t l , r- ' ' D.S.. Last Carolina Teachers of Commerce Cfllee Accounting and Business . i i »,■ Lg Assistant Coach and History cinsES s, n rv emoh u of avonte S opk ovYioire h WILLIAM LLE DUTON [Bill] Born January 28, 1924 Died January 27, 1949 CLii of 4 9 RAMONA BAGWELL Home Economics WALTER T. BAKER Business Administration HARRY L. BALLEW P re-Law FRANK C. BELL, JR. CoTnmerce JACK BRINKLEY Physical Education RUFFNER CAMPBELL, Jr. Engineering LARRY CARTER Pre-Med THOMAS CASE Engineering VANCE CHEEK BILLIE F. COBB P re-Law A.B. Cia65 of 9 ROBERT B. COLKITT A.B. SMILEY E. COURTNEY ] ourrudism. CHESTER W. CRISP B.S. PEGGY CROMPTON Journalism FRED DALE. Jr. Commerce CHARLES DALTON Business Administration JOHN B. DALTOX. Jr. Bus ! n ess Ad m i n is t ra tion VIR(;i IA DAVIDSON ' A.B. HENRY BRUCE DELLINGER Engineering JAMES G. DOVER Business Administration Ctass of ' 49 CLIFTON DOZIER A.B. MARTHA FOSTER Secretarial Science JAMES EDWARD FREEMAN Engineering OLIVER I. FREEMAN Engineering BARBARA LOUISE HOLLEY Secretarial Science ROBERT A. HUGHES Engineering BRUCE JONES Chemical Engineering RAY McCRAIN Engineering RAYMOND McCRAIN Engineering FRANCES McINTYRE Journalism If C(a66 of 4 9 JOSKPH MEHAFFEY Engineering GEORGE NICHOLSON Engineering BURGIN PATTON A.B. JAMES PITTS Pre-Lau) ROBERT PRESSLEY A.B. TOMAH ' ROBERTSON A.B. RUBY SARGENT Pre-Law JOSEPH SCHANDLER Engineering MRS. SUE D. SHEALEY Sociology HENRY SIMPSON A.B. ' - Class of 4 9 WILLIAM SMITH B.S. LUCILLE THRASH, Jr. A.B. JOHNNY TIPTON Engineering WORTH TOMBERLIN P re-Dental JOSEPH ALAN TUCKER Business Administration FRANK WAMSLEY A.B. JOSEPH M. WILLIAMS Engineering MARTHA JANE WIX Secretarial Science So opkomore6 Harvey E. Austin Jack Brown William B. Brown Richard L. Capps William T. Charnock David B. Cheadle Henry Evereil Clontz, Jr. Jack Connor Edward L. Currence Don R. Dillingham June-Hope Dou -hcrty Romas Hicks Duncan. Jr. Jack E. Gilbert Devere C. Lcntz, Jr. Dcvond Mancy Leah Mann William Mauk Robert May William C. Meekins, Jr. Jack Mitchell rjot l ictufed Grant Owen Jack Penley George Phillips Alger Rainwater James Ramsey Jack Robinson William Robinson George Sarti William Shuford Garrett Smathers Willard Sullivan Glenn Taggart Glen Ray Thomas Robert Perry Tucker George Robert Vines Donald Warthen Howard Grant Watkins David White Richard White Richard B. Wynne Bti r - Doug ' lune-noP = j Vierty Mosr r " J jane Wy, 94 9 (Note: Bill Dallon was killed and Joe Schandler was called into service before pictures were made.) MOST DEPENDABLE Peggy Crompton Bill Meekins .t aUT Sue ?.obettson Picture ' i) upe vtat IV es IsAOST T J act (■Sot p ctuf : d) (Note: Tommy Robertson and jack Mitchell completed work here and entered the University of South Carolina before pictures were made.) OFFICERS President Bob Armstrong Vice-President . . oh Yarborough (Not pictured) Secretary Betty Jean Morris Treasurer George Shotwell FRESH Ralph J. Bansbach Ed Brandle William Bridgers Joseph A. Bunn David D. Caudell Donald D. Compton Gus James Coutlakis Alice Gwendolyn Dalton Kenneth Eanvood Harding Ellis Walter Glance Marie Gambill Falton O. Garren Harriet Louise Hunter Bruce Jamerson Alfred L. Johnson Richard Dexter Jordan Joseph Joyner Joseph R. Justice lean Kennedv FRESHMEN NOT PICTLRED A. E. Ackley. Robert j. Allison. Rufus Allison. .-Mien .Ashe. Robert .Armstrong, William Boyd. Betty June Brigman. Pete Briltain. Clifford Lee Brookshire, Diion P. Bryson. John W. Davis. Johnny Davis. Helen Dickerson. Leonard Dill- ingham. James O. Donahoo. Jack Drake. Henri Edward Diiirner. Thomas Lee Felkel. Paul . rthur Fontaine. Louis K. Fox. Robert Freeland. Jr.. Bernard Gradman. Wren Godfrey, Aaron Taylor Gray. Orville Samuel Harrison. Ha ' ey Lee Havnes. Carol Henrv. Llovd R. Hindman. F R E S H M E I Edwin H. Kuykendall Mary Margaret McMeans Dorothy June Meadows Lee S. Miller Betty Jean Morris E. Donald Murray J. W. Neely, Jr. Grady Nichols William Norton Nancy June Phillips Zora Belle Reece George Shotwell Bob Glenn Smathers William Stakias William H. Starnes Billie Lee Taylor Clarence Towe Harold L. Waters Frank Yow FRESHMEN NOT PICTURED Dennis Hunter. John Israel, James Jenkins, Charles Johnson. Bhain MacSorley, Charles Marler, Gilbert Marlowe, George Marshall, Robert Lee May, Clarence E. Milbee, Charles L. Murdock. Jr.. Alan M. Neilson, William W. Orr, Billy F. Owens, Sr., Jack Peterson, Eciward Shenvood Pinkston. John Robert Pittillo, Nadine Powell, Richard Powers, Lawrence Robinson. Morris Shuler, James F. Sutton, James D. Tabor, Billie Lee Taylor, Clarence Towe, Wiley S. Van Norlwick, Eugene L. Waldrop, John B. Wilson, Bobby H. Yarborough. ENGLISH CLASSIC PUCK oUeae Vl iaicot (September 7, 1944— Januan,- 3, 1949) ACTIVITIES S tudent L ouncli OFFICERS President Johnny Tipton Vice-President Larry Carter Secretary Martha Jane Wix SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVES FRESHMAN REPRESENTATIVES Larry Carter Martha Jane Wix Bob Armstrong Giis Coutlakis Bill Meekins Oliver Freeman Gus Colagerakis FACULTY REPRESENTATIVE Mr. A. M. Moser S u u Pc Palomar Archon Scribe Sub-Scribe- Raljjh Bansbach William Bridgers Larry Carter Thomas Case Billie Cobb Virginia Davidson lama HONORARY MATH FRATERNITY. OFFICERS Joseph Schandler Thesauraus Walter Glance Johnny Tipton Centurion Oliver Freeman Billie Cobb Aristotle Devond Maney Thomas Case Chaplain Joseph Mehaffey OBJECTS 1. To promote math scholarship. 2. To recognize and reward outstanding math ability 3. To promote good fellowship among the members. MEMBERS Devond Maney Alan Neilson Charles Marler Jack Penley Mary Margaret McMeans Zora Reece Joseph Mehaffey Joseph Schandler Don Murray Johnny Tipton J. W. Neely Frank Yow James Freeman Oliver Freeman Jerry Garren Walter Glance Robert Hughes Joseph Joyner ADVISOR, Mr. A. L. Morley onoaram ' f K iub OFFICERS President Larry Carter Vice-President Kenneth Rudeen Secretary-Treasurer Johnny Tipton MEMBERSHIP The Monogram Club, or " A " Club, is comprised of students who have won their letters on either the Bulldogs ' football, basketball, or baseball team. ADMSORS Coaches Herbert Coman and Floyd Woody MEMBERS Bob Armstrong, Bill Boyd, Jack Brink- ley, Pete Brittain, Cliff Brookshire, Stuart Bryson, Larry Carter, Dave Cheadle, Gus Colegerakis, Bill Dalton, John Dalton, Jack Davis, Cliff Dozier, Jack Drake, Ed Durner, Pete Felkel, Harvey Haynes, Charles Johnson, Clyde Leeson, Randall Leslie, Ken Mackey, Bill Mauk, Jack Milbee, Jack Mitchell, Don Murray, George Nichol- son, Dick Powers, Alger Rainwater, Tommy Robertson, Bill Robinson, Larry Robinson, Kenneth Rudeen, George Sarti, George Shotwell, Morris Shuler, Henry Simpson, Bob Smathers, Bill Stakias, Johnny Tipton, Worth Tomberlin, Bob ' ines, Don Warthen, Dick White, Bob Yarborough. 3ij» a!ta„! _ ... ke { { ee. iperi OFFICERS President Smiley Courtney Vice-President Walter Baker Secretary-Treasurer Zora Reece MEMBERS Walter Baker Smiley Courtney Peggy Crompton Helen Dickerson June Dougherty Harding Ellis Jean Kennedy Frances Mclntyre Zora Reece Henry Simpson Eugene W aldrop Frank Wamsley John Wilson Frank Yow " The Weepers " are comprised of journalism students, whose admission to the club is based on scholastic achievement in the journalism classes. Its purpose is to further the social and journalistic interests of Asheville-Biltmore College. ' VL VUe, yj Her vSuiineii —Mt outi OFFICERS ADVISORS President P ggy Crompton Mrs. Cornelia A. Serota Vice-President Frances Mclntyre Mrs. Adele P. Lowrance Secretary Billie Cobb NOT PICTURED Treasurer Dorothy iVIeadows Ramona Bagwell Isabel Schilthuis MEMBERS June Brigman Martha Foster Dorothy Meadows Billie Lee Taylor Billie Cobb Marie Gambill Betty Jean Morris Lucille Thrash Peggy Crompton Barbara Holley Nancy Phillips Jean Trumbo Owen Dalton Harriet Hunter Zora Reece Martha Jane Wi.x Virginia Davidson Jean Kennedy Ruby Sargent June-Hope Dougherty Frances Mclntyre Sue Shealey L oliealate K onncii of ke Ulnitea r lations ASHEVILLE CHAPTER OFFICERS MEMBERS President Harvey Austin , " y f ' ' ' ' ' ' J " " ' ' " " ? P° " gherty , ■ n J . T TT Vance Cheek Chuck Murdock vice-President lames Pitts r„u r-„ii ■.. t d„ -■ nob Lolkitt James ritts Secretary-Treasurer Henry Simpson Jack Connor Ruby Sargent Advisor ._Mr. Reeves Wells Don Dillingham Henry Simpson OFFICERS President Martha Jane Wix Vice-President Fred Dale, Jr. Secretary Betty Jean Morris Treasurer Marie Gambiil MEMBERS Billie Cobb Ed Currence Gvven Dalton Martha Foster Aaron Gray Barbara Holley Mary Margaret McMeans Evelyn Owen Nancy Phillips George Shotwell Bill Stakias Billie Lee Taylor Lucille Thrash Htigli Transou Jean Trumbo Wiley Van Nortwick Don VVarthen ADMSORS Mrs. Adele P. Lowrance Mr. Samuel R. McGuire i5u6me66 L iut? J4c armoneen Dave Cheadle Ed Durner Sam McGuire Don Murray Hugh Transou Accompanist Johnny Tipton illiam Bridgers Dave Cheadle Billie Cobb Ed Durner Marie Gambill ke Ljiee L iuh Harriet Hunter Frances Mclntyre Dorothy Meadows Don Murray Alan Xeilson Accompanist June-Hope Dougherty Zora Reece Henr ' Simpson Billie Lee Taylor Hugh F. Trausou Walter Baker Bob Colkitt Don Compton Jack Connor OFFICERS President Bob Colkitt Vice-President Gus Coutlakis Secretary-Treasurer Helen Dickerson MEMBERS Gus Coutlakis Jean Kennedy Helen Dickerson Don Murray Kenneth Earwood Grady Nichols Harding Ellis William Norton ADVISOR Mr. Melvin E. Wooten Ruby Sargent Jean Trumbo Eugene Waldrup Frank Yow OFFICERS President Frank Wamsley V ice-President Charles Dalton Secretary Billie Cobb Treasurer Clarence Towe Reporter Peggy Crompton PURPOSE To learn the spoken language better and to study the customs and literature of Latin American countries. S ablo6 MEMBERS Frank Bell Don Dillingham Bruce Jamerson Frances Mclntyre Charles Murdock Don Murray Burgin Patton Zora Reece Sue Shealey Joseph Tucke r Frank Yow ADXISOR Mary T. Miller ajuien no ie ai entuta, no paia la mar (Nothing ventured, nothing gained) We try our hick at a Spanish crossword puzzle. CLUB COLORS Red, White, and Blue ke J t , lAmmil EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Frances Mclntyre BUSINESS MANAGER June Dougherty PHOTOGRAPHERS Frank Vow Bob Smathers ASSOCIATE EDITORS Henry Simpson Kenneth Earwood AD ERTISING STAFF Zora Reece Mary Margaret McMeans Martha Jane W ix ke S iA ummi FEATURE STAFF Peggy Crompton Ed Burner ART EDITOR Bill Mauk ADVISOR Miss Mary T. Miller Lejt to right: June Dougherty, Peggy Crompton, Bob Smothers, Frances Mclntyre, Ed Durner, Miss Miller, Henry Simpson. giiniinwil I ?Wi»»ni i,i!-jwiumij ' Seated, left to right: Frances Mchityre, Jean Kennedy, Smiley Courtney. Peggx Crompton, and Mr. Mel Wooton, Faculty Adz-isor. Standing, left to right: Billie Cobb, Henry Simpson. Helen Dickerson, Walter Baker, Zora Reece, Frank Koci, Harding Ellis. Eugene Waldrop, June Dough- erty, Frank Wamsley, and Don Murray. THE CAMPUS D R I [ R THE C H M P U S C R I [ R VOL. Ill ASHEVILLE-BILTMORE COLLEGE, 1948-1949 No. Member Inter-Collegiate Press Published twice montlily by students of Asheville-Biltmore College, Asheville, North Carolina. Editorial and features in The Campus Crier reflect the opinions of the writers and do not claim to represent student or college opinion. Smiley Courtney Editor-in-Chief Jean Kennedy Associate Editor Frances Mclntyre Associate Editor Peggy Crompton Associate Editor STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Frank Yow Helen Dickerson, Feature Editor; Grant Owen, Frank Wamsley, Assistant Feature Editors; Henry Simpson, Sports Editor; Walter Baker, Business Manager; Harding Ellis, Advertising Manager; Jean Kennedy, Eugene Waldrop, Advertising Assistants; Billie Cobb, Circulation Manager; Eugene Waldrop, William Norton, Zora Reece, Clarence Tovve, James Wilson, Harry Ballew, June Dougherty, Reporters. CO-EDITORS Joseph Joyner and Glen R. Thomas MEMBERS V ' ance Cheek Harding Ellis Smiley Courtney Richard Jordan Peggy Crompton Frances Mclntyre June-Hope Dougherty James Ramsey FACULTY AD ISOR Mrs. Norman Wishart Lie ti Dorothy Meadows, Gus Coutlakis, Lucille Thrash, Chuck Miirdock, Barbara Holley, Frank Wamsley, and Billie Lee Taylor. L keer cd eadei S li P R T li ZIL )948 The ' 48 grid machine is already becoming a legend among students, alumni and fans of Asheville-Biltmore College. Coaches Coman and Woody saw their liglit btit aggressive Bulldogs become the second-ranking junior college eleven in the south, this honor being bestowed upon them by the Atlanta Journal, the south ' s number one newspaper. This is an even greater honor when you consider the size of our school compared with much larger ones which we encountered on the gridiron. All of the south ' s pigskin dopesters claimed Asheville- Biltmore College was in for a poor season in ' 48. after losing twenty-six men off of the ' 47 conference winnmg team. The one thing which predictors failed to consider was the resourcefulness of our coaches. The opening week of practice last August, an average bystander observing the Bulldogs would have been un- impressed by the size of the boys, but would have noted -the speed and football savvy being displayed. The Bulldogs were made up largely of county school stars, although Ashevllle High was well represented in Co-Captains Jack Mitchell and Ed Durner, Bob Vines, Pete I ' clkel, Tommy Robertson. Dave Cheadle. George Shotwell. Bill Stakias. Clyde Leeson. Chop-Chop Arm- strong. Dick White. Jack Davis. Bill Dalton. Morris Shuler, and Cliff Dozier. Jack Mitchell. Durner. Cheadle and Robertson, all e.x-Maroon Devils, were named on the conference .Ml-Star Team. Hailing from Sand Hill High School were Jack Drake, Cliff Brookshire, and Cob ' i ' arborough. Before joining the Bulldogs, Brookshire was named most valuable player in the high schools ' All-Star Optimist Bowl game. Ken Mackey and Bob Smathers joined us from Canton. Dick Powers and Larry Robinson from W ' aynesville. Larry Carter from Blltmore. Jack Brinkley from Oakley, George Sarti. Pete Brittain. and Jack Milbee from Black Moun- tain. Leslie Randall from Georgia Military College. Al Rainwater and Cliarlcs Johnson from Suannanoa. Bill Mauk from Knoxville High. After gathering this array of football talent. Coaches Woody and Coman set out to battle nine of the south ' s best junior college teams and one four- ' ear school. Using the same brand of razzle-dazzle football which the 1947 team displayed. .VB clipped off eight victories and suf- fered only two defeats. Lees McRae junior college downed the Bulldogs in a hard-fought contest by the score of 14-7. Georgia .Military College handed the Bulldogs their only other loss 14-7 in a game which proved heart-break- ing to A-B fans and players alike. The score was tied 7-7 and looked as if it would stay that way. However, a lost ball in our end zone turned into a GMC touch- down. It was one of those one-in-a-million breaks for the boys from Georgia. Incidentally. Georgia Military was rated number one team in the south and received an invitation to the Little Rose Bowl. Asheville-Biltmore handed Hlwassee their only defeat by a junior college in the final game of the season, with a score of 25-18. Hats off to our fighting Bulldogs, and thanks for a swell season! SEASON RECORD Gardner-Webb Asheville-Biltmore 7 Brevard Asheville-Biltmore 12 Lees-.McRae 14 Asheville-Biltmore 7 W.C.T.C. " B " .Asheville-Biltmore 12 Appalachian " B " 7 Asheville-Biltmore 13 Presbyterian 6 Asheville-Biltmore 44 .Mars Hill 7 Asheville-Biltmore 19 Gordon Military 7 . sheville-Biltmore 13 Georgia Military 14 Asheville-Biltmore 7 Hiwassee 18 Asheville-Biltmore 25 J. W Mlili iiynriii £ M CO-CAPTAIN Jack Mitchell First row, left to right: Bill Stakias, Tommy Robertson, Bob Yarborough, Bill Mauk, Bill Robinson, Dick While, Af orris Schul- er, Cliff Dozier, Bob Armsrtong, Kenneth Mackey, Stuart Bryson. Second rozc, left to right: Bob Vines, Bob Stnathers, Charlie Johnson, Dave Cheadle, Clyde Leeson, Ed Durner, Jack Mitchell, Jack Brinkley, Lawrence Robinson, Jack Milbee, George Shotwell, BUI Dalton. ' VL 1948 Jack Mitchell and Tommy Robertson holding Most Valuable Player azvards, and Ed Durner ' .vith the Weinkler Blocking Tro- phy. t£2.( h hd Third row, left to right: Coach Floyd Woody, Randall Leslie, Pete Brittain. Pete Felkel, Cliff Brookshire, Dick Powers, George Sarti, Harvey Haines. Jack Drake, Larry Carter, Don Warthen, jack Davis, jlger Rainwater, Coach Herb Coman. Managers (not pictured): Ha?ik Simpson, Don Murray, and Bill Boyd. CO-CAPTAIN Ed Durner ILJU lido Jack Mitchell and Tommy Robertson receiving the Cosmic Club award from Glenn Hart. Bn ' .C M-gr ' Ej H l ■ ' 1 H 1 H .i H P 1 V. ' ■H B ft vl H Hixx.. 1 k CAPTAIN JACK BRINKLEY Coach Floyd Woody had trudged uphill to glory on top of a mountain called " TTie ' 48 Football Season. " After reaching the summit the coach had no time to rest for below lay the valley of ' 49 Basketball, a valley which would indeed be rough to travel rough because only three tettermen returned from the ' 48 edition. Rudecn. an excellent guard, a dangerous net shot, and a man who could keep a team collected; Capt. Jack Brinkley. all state center and high point man; and Larry Carter, speed merchant from the gridiron, who put his speed to work on the hardwood. This was the nucleus of the ' 49 quintet and to round the team out the coach went to work on his green boys. Johnny Israel was proclaimed by Woody as t he most Improved man on the team and he proved to be a big asset. Johnny Pitillo was going " great guns " until he received a serious eye injury in the game with Spartan- burg. Bus Marlowe joined the squad but his previous court experience put him right Jn there. Fred Dale was usually a starter, he was a scrapper and a fine ball handler. Little Gus Colegerakiswas the surprise man of the team. Gus is only five feet five inches but he proved to be great even on rebounds. Alan Ashe, Tom Case and Joe Bunn were prcat relief men and Coach Woody is certainly look- ing forward to their return. The Bulldog Basketeers looked sharp except for a mid- season slump which was costly. However, the scoreboard proved the Bulldoes to be near the top of the ladder. Thanks ot Coach Woody and all the players for a team of which we are very proud. £5adl?etl?au COACH FLOYD WOODY THE SCOREBOARD A B. Opponents 51 Sodaland 39 47 U. S. C. Frosh 57 56 W. C. T. C. " B " 49 51 Spartanburg 50 49 W. C. T. C " B " 46 52 Tusculuni 37 36 Lees McRae 40 54 Gardner-Webb 46 46 Mars Hill 36 37 U. S. C. Frosh 60 73 Ellzabethton 18 47 C. C. U. N. C. 37 67 Brevard 63 53 Mars Hill 58 63 Spartanburg 72 37 Elizabethton 19 47 Tusculuni 49 43 C. C. U. N. C. 44 58 Lees McRae 49 74 Brevard SO 47 Gardner-Webb 63 56 Campbell (Tournament) 59 THE SQUAD First row, hit to right: John Israel, Joh?i Dahon, Harding Ellis, Fred Dale, Captain Jack Brinkley, Kenneth Rudeen. Second row, left to right: Coach Floyd Woody, Gus Colgerakis, Johnny Pittillo, Joe Bunn, Thomas Case, and Manager Don Murray. Not pictured : Larry Car- ter, Bus Marlowe, Alan Ashe, and Dub Thompson. cJLooklviQ (Ljach The Class of 1949 is ven- proud to have been part of one of the most eventful jears in the history of Asheville-Biltmore College. While most of the time we were in the high spirits of achievement, occasionally we were thrown into depths of disappointment and loss. After having acquired the first mascot ever to be owned by the school, a splendid pedigreed English bulldog, we were in danger of becoming unbearably proud. Anyone knowing " Puck " (as English Classic Puck was affectionately called), can readily understand this. A finer example of a true mascot is seldom seen. He loved each and every student and received more than his share of love in return. When, on January- 3rd, " Puck " died after a short illness, it was a sad crowd of students who gathered to receive the news. We didn ' t think at the time that anything else would ever be so hard to bear. But, after rounding out a glorious football season and embarking on a promising basketball schedule, death struck the Bulldog ranks again, this time taking without warning one of our most popular and valuable athletes. Bill Dalton. It is still difficult for us to realize that Bill is gone. There isn ' t a student who doesn ' t miss his friendly, cheerful voice — calling out a bright greeting, bursting into sudden song, or raised in animated discussion of a particular football game. If pleasant memories mean anything, then Bill is still with us today, sharing the joys and sadness of graduation, looking forward to the time when Asheville-Biltmore College will truly have reached The Summit. JAMES H. DUCKWORTH REAL ESTATE SALES RENTALS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT ■ ' SEE ME FOR YOUR PART OF THE GOOD EARTH " PHONE 6737 ASHEVILLE, N. C. MAKE THE ARMY STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR SPORTING GOODS AND SPORTSWEAR 35PATTOH4V1 1IIHII lOCOllFC.I ST CompViments of E. S. STREET CO. Western North Carolina ' s Oldest and Largest USED CAR DEALERS Compliments of S. H. KRESS AND CO. B. 5c B. GRILL DRIVE-IN 301 Merrimon Ave. Specializing In CHICKEN, STEAKS, AND CHOPS WE NEVER CLOSE A. iMcKAY. President J. A. YORK. Manager Biltmore Cleaners Laundry, Inc. ASHE ' ILLE. 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PHARMACY 222 Merrinion Ave. 51 Years Prescription Service For Your Ser ' ice and Safety Quick Delk ' t-ry — Quality Merchandise at Reasonable Prices CompUments of BILTMORE DAIRY FARMS DINE AT THE PATIO R.iiie 2— Old Black Mountain Highway EXCELLENT FOOD MODER, ' TE PRICES Phone 9487 BUFORD-LANGE COMPANY, INC. Miolesale Only Candies Cigars Specialties Drug Supplies Paper Products Fountain Supplies Telephone 8741 66 Broadway PARADISE RESTAURANT Our of Ashevilte ' s Smartest Chinese and American Restaurants Asheville. North Carolina Telephone 2-3541 19 Broadway E.xcellent Quality E.xpert Cooking Courteous Service Moderate Prices Air Conditioned THE INDIVIDUAL PICTURES AND THE GROUP PICTURES IN THIS ANNUAL WERE MADE BY HOWARD ' S STUDIO ■•CONGRATULATIUNS TO THE CLASS OF 1Q49 " DUPLICATE OF ANY PICTURE CAN BE OBTAINED AT THIS STUDIO Compliments of IN ASHE ILLE Pace-Setteis for Style- Mse Fashions at Penny-Wise Prices 41 HAYWOOD STREET BROWN BOOK CORPORATION Established I90« OFFICE OUTFITTERS BOOKS STATIONERS GIFTS Phone 3-2711 12-14 College St. Asheville. N. C. J. A. REED C. C. R. COAL COMl NY Fairview Road Asheville. N. C. Dial 7321 USE CITY BUSES WHITE TRANSPORTATION CO., INC. MINICO Incu porated CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY " CRAFTSMEN IN KEEPING THINGS NEW 79-81-83 BROADWAY ASHEVILLE, N. C. L. C;. Cheek Vance Cheek Compliments of CHEEK Cleaners and Dyers Pick I ' p and Delivery Service 4(»4 Depot Street Phone 5-8101 SMOKY MOUNTAIN TRAIL WAYS Ashevillc, North Carolina Compliments of DR. PEPPER TRU-ADE BOTTLING COMPANY WEST ASHEVILLE FURNITURE CO. " Ashevilh ' s BIGGEST Little Furniture Store " 62? Haywood Road Phone 3-5618 Asheville, North Carolina COMPLIMEN TS OF ASHEVILLE DIAPER SERVICE 412 SOCTHSIDE WEST ASHEXILLE PHARMACY 414 Haywood Road West Asheville. X. C. Phone 2-4471 Winner ' s Nationally Known Merchandise ALL REGISTERED PHARMACISTS Delivery IDEAL DRUG STORE Phone 7636 735 Haywood Rd. West Asheville. N. C. (Compliments of VOGUE FURRIERS 42 Haywood Street Asheville. . C. BEST WISHES FOR THE CLASS OF 1949 AMERICAN ENKA CORPORA ' lION McELDUFF ' S SHOE RE13UILDERS ■■ASHEI ' ILLE ' S NEWEST IP-TO-DATE SHOE SHOP " 53 College Street Asheville. X. C. GALUMBECK AND CO. Asheville, North Carolina WHOLESALE DRY GOODS AXD XOTIONS PHONE 6747 WtwEta . ITS SMAKT TO BC THRIFTY y WORK AND DRESS CLOTHING FOR THE FAMILY Asheville, Murphy, Franklin, Sylva. Lenoir, North Carolina Enjoy Good Sportsmanship LORD ' S DRUG STORE CHARTER FROM QUEEN CITY MERRIMON AT GRACELYN COACH CO. Phone 7642 SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. Big Free Parking Lot 40 Coxe Ave. Asheville, N. C. Complhnents of HARRY ' S CADILLAC-PONTIAC COMPANY THE HOME OF BETTER USED CARS THE ALL-SPORTS STORE bl PA r ION WE. ■EI ' ERYTHI.XG FOR EVERY SPORT " WILSON AND MacGREGOR GOLDSMITH ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT AXDERS-RICE FUNERAL HOME AMBULANCE SERVICE PHONE 72S1 OWN YOL R OWN HOME " Whether you rent or whether you buy. you pay for the house you occupy. " NORTH CAROLLNA AGENCY 7S1 Patton Ave. At Your Senice — Don Renfro. Ward Mcintosh. B. L. BuIIard. Carl Ward Compliments oj RADFORD DRUG STORE PRESCRIPTIONS COSMETICS LUNCHEONETTE BOX CANDIES DoughtTtx ' s Plumbing S: Heating Co. CONTRACTORS 76 Wesiwood Place . sheville. N. C. Dial 2-40+1 TRY LUCKY DAY FLOUR (JUST BETIER) YOUR COW SHOULD TRY MILK FLO DAIRY FEED Ned Wheeler Brokerage Company DISTRIBITORS EVERYTHING FOR THE SPORTSMAN ' ' Asheville Sporting Goods Store 14 NORTH PACK SQUARE ASHEV ILLE, NORTH CAROLINA COMPLETE LINE OF ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT AND SPORTSWEAR BE WISE ! Enjoy. Relax, Play, Exercise, and Keep Fit Call. Write, or Phone for Details Y. M. C. A. Special Rates to Asheville-Biltmore Men Citizens Hardware Supply Co. Paint — Glass Building Supplies Lawn and Garden Supplies 8+1 Merrimon Ave. Asheville. N. C. PINNER ' S DRUG STORE 6 1 ' Haywood Road Dial 2-3546 West Asheville. N. C. H. LANGE CO. WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS Candies School Supplies Paper Products W Biltmore Ave. Phone 3-9271 COMPLIMENTS OF Dunn and Groce Funeral Home PHONE 2-3535 HAYWOOD ROAD ASHEX ' ILLE. NORTH CAROLINA A. R. Phillips J. E. Divelblss COMMUXITY COAL Sc LUMBER CO. ■■E ERYTHING TO BITLD WITH. E ' ERVTHL G TO HEAT WITH. " Compliments of ROBINSON ' S FLOWER SHOP 4 Battery Park Place Asheville. X. C. CompHments of BLUE RIDGE TRUCKING CO. Koon Development. Bikmore Telephone 2-1531 THRASH COAL CO. ••QUALITY COAL- Phone 3- Jii.il Asheville. X. C. M elcome to THE HOME OF SKYLAXD FASHIONS IN ASHEMLLE. X. C. •Reg. T. M. 1 CARPENTER MATTHEW THE QUALITY JEWELERS ONE HAYWOOD STREET •GOOD FURNITURE AT MODERATE COST " 615 MERRIMON AVENUE WICK-HANCOCK 8W Wall Street AsheviUe, X. C. Telephone 3-7001 JEWELERS AND ENGRAVERS WATCHMAKERS FRITCHY ' S GARAGE Body and Fender Mechanical Service 24 Hour Wrecker Service Phone 3-1221 Patronize the Friends of Asheville-Biltmore College Who Advertise in the 1949 Summit It has been a pleasure to work with the Staff in designing and producing the 1949 Summit. THE MILLER PRINTING CO. _yvM. toarapk at ' apt


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