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mm P I KLWPi ' Jlfff Sv ' N i 2i ' : t i mm 3 m if H wif ; ' .- ■rfW »£ - " " S W: ■ .._ . " J -■■■ " ' " »-- -.j-W m • ,.. Uke 1950 J ummit Jl ma L acer J fail! Hail to thee, our Alma Mater, Raise thy banners high; Mightx 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 THE 19S0 SUMMIT f ' u.DUinea fnnuallu by the S tudenti of- ASHEVILLE-BILTMORE COLLEGE ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA First Row: Robert Lee Smith, Chairman nelius Betten, John M. Carroll, Dales Y. Foste Second Row: W. Randall Harris, Jr., Dr. Halsey B. Leavitt, Lawrence C. Merchant, L. Third Row: L. A. Owen, Robert F. Phillip Taylor, Dr. Sidney E. Unger. Ex-Officio Fourth Row: J. W. Byers, Superintendent Chairman of the Board of County Commissio Chairman of the Asheville City School Board; C ville; T. C. Roberson, Superintendent of the Chairman of the Buncombe County School Boa ; Martin L. Nesbitt, Vice-Chairman; Dr. Cor- r, Mrs. Natalie Hampton. Irma Henderson Smathers, Mrs. M. A. James, A. Moritz. s, E. B. Roberts. Dr. Charles A. Shull, Roy A. Members of the Asheville City Schools; Coke Candler, ners, Buncombe County; Herbert E. Johnson, arence E. Morgan, Mayor of the City of Ashe- Buncombe County Schools; Dr. B. E. Morgan, rd. Do (Jur U- oard of Jjirectord whose vision, courage, industry, enthusiasm, and spirit of unselfish service made possible the unprecedented development of our college and its estab- lishment in a setting of great natural beauty on Sunset Mountain, lAJe dedicate the 1950 Summit Distinguished guests at the Dedication Service. Rev. Dr. John Keith Benton. Principal Speaker. Academic Procession of Faculty and Board of Directors. DEDICATION SERVICE. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 13. 1949 Jne Dedication or Mskeville L ampud and Ljroundc llLmore DEDICATION EXERCISE Monday. November 14, 1949 Dr. Clyde A. Milner, President, Guilford College, Guilford, North Carolina, Principal Speaker. Dr. Glenn L. Bushey receives Key to Seely Hall from Chair- man of the Board, Captain Rob- ert Lee Smith. otieae DEDICATION BANQUET. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 15, 1949 Dr. Walter C. Jackson, Chancellor Woman ' s College, University of N. C, Greensboro. Principal Speaker. Dedication Banquet Guests. { resident DR. GLENN L. BUSHEY B.S., Shippensburg State Teachers College, Penn. M.A., Columbia University Ed.D., Temple University, Penn. ADMINISTRATION —)ecretaru and Kegiitrar MISS ANNE KERR BROWN . mimess ff anager SAMUEL R. McGUIRE j- erionnel and L uidance MRS. RUTH M. CARTER raiitant J ecretd J MISS DELORES THOMPSON Mrs. Ruth M. Carter A.B., Woman s College of Univ. oi North Carolina M.A.. U. of N. C. English Personnel Guidance Director Mr. J. Herbert Coman A.B.. Univ. oi S. C. Graduate Work U. oi N. C. Coach Hygiene Mr Y. W. Hanaman A.B.. Wisconsin Mathematics Academic Dean Mr. Frank E. Lambert, Ir. B.S.. M.S.. North Texas State College Chemistry Mrs. Adele P. Lowrance A.B., Wmthrop College; M.A. U. ol Pittsburgh Commercial Science Mr. Samuel R. McGuire 5.S., Bowling Green College ol Commerce Accounting Miss Mary T. Miller A.B., Woman ' s College ol L.N.C.; Graduate Work at I ' , ol Mexico, Mexico City and Middlebury College, ft. Spanish Mr. A. L. Morlev B.S., Carnegie Tech.; M.S., Penn State. Mathematics 8c Science Mr. A. M. Moser A.B., M.A., U. ol N. C. Social Science, Psychology, Art German Mr. Clemmens Sandresky A.B., Dartmouth College; Music Major, Harvard Uni- versity; Longy School ol Music. Princeton University; juliiard School of Music. Music Mrs. Cornelia Ann Serota B.S., M.S., North Texas College. Biology Hugh F. Transou Wake Forest; M.A., George Peabody College lor Teachers. French and English State Mr A.B., Mr. Reeves H. Wells A.B., U. of N. C. Government, Sociology, Economics, History and Business Law Mrs. Lutrelle A. Wishart A.B., Randolph-Macon Wo- man ' s College; Graduate Work Toward M.A., Duke University. English Mr. Flovd M. Woody, Jr. B.S., East Carolina Teachers College; Graduate Work To- ward M.A., U. of N. C. Assistant Coach, History and Economics Mr. Melvin E. Wooten, Jr. B.S., Florida Southern Col- lege. Speech Radio Mrs. Elizabeth R. Wright A.B., Randolph Macon Wo- man ' s College; B.S., Library Science, Emory University. Librarian SOPHOMORES [- resident Uice-f- reiident J)ecretat % ru JreaSurer CHARLES JOHNSON BOB ARMSTRONG BETTY ANN BISHOP DICK POWERS S oph r omore iceri SOPHOMORES ACKLEY, ALTON E. Radio Club. ALLISON, ROBERT J. ALLISON, RUFUS F. Business Club. ARMSTRONG, ROBERT K. Football Team 48-49, 49-50; Pres. of Freshman Class; Vice- Pres. of Sophomore Class; Monogram Club; Student Council. BANSBACH, RALPH A. Pres. of Student Body; Pres. of Sigma Mu Pi; Pres. Student Council. BISHOP, BETTY ANN Pres. Classical Co-Eds; Cheer- leader; Spanish Club; Sec. Soph. Class; May Queen, ' SO. BLAKELY, HAL E. BOYD, WILLIAM L. Football 48-49, 49-50; Base- ball; Monogram Club. BROOKSHIRE, CLIFFORD L. Football 48-49, 49-50; Student Council; Monogram Club. BUNN, JOSEPH A. Basketball; Monogram Club; Weepers. SOPHOMORES CARTER, LARRY Monogram Club; Sigma Mu Pi; Student Council; Football 48-49. 49-50; Basketball 48-49; Baseball 48-49; Bluets 49-50. CASSELS. ALBERTA R. Spanish Club. COLEGERAKIS, GUS Monoeram Club; Football 49- 50; Basketball 48-49, 49-50; Baseball 48-49, 49-50. COMPTOX, DOXALD D. Radio Club; Band 48-49. 49- 50. COOL. JOHX CURTIS Spanish Club. COUTLAKIS. GUS JAMES Radio Club, Pres.; Glee Club 48-49; Cheerleader 48-49; Campus Crier; Weepers; Stu- dent Council 48-49; Band 48- 49. 49-50. DALTOX. A. GWEXDOLYN Business Club, Pres.; Classical Co-Eds, Sec. DICKERSOX. HELEX Dramatics Club; Weepers; Radio Club; Business Club; Classical Co-Eds; Student Council, Sec; Campus Crier. DRAKE. WM. JACKSON Monogram Club; Football 48- 49. EARWOOD, KEXXETH Radio Club; Weepers; Cam- pus Crier; Summit Staff 48-49. SOPHOMORES FELKEL, TOM L. Football 48-49, 49-50; Mono- gram Club 48-49, 49-50; Base- ball 48-49. FELMET, MARY ARDIA Classical Co -Eds; Business Club. FONTAINE, PAUL A. Azalea, N. C. GARREN, FALTON, O. Sigma Mu Pi GRADMAN, BERNARD M. Football 49-50; Basketball 49- 50; Monogram Club 49-50. HENRY, CAROL E. Radio Club; Band 48-49. HIGHTOWER, FRED W. HINTZ, WILLARD Sigma Mu Pi HIPPS, FLOYD JUDSON Football 48-49, 49-50; Mono- gram Club. HUNTER, HARRIET LOUISE Classical Co- Eds; Business Club. _ SOPHOMORES ISRAEL, JOHN WILLIAM Basketball 48-49, 49-SO, Capt. Monogram Club. JAMERSOX. JAMES BRUCE Business Club; Summit Staff, Editor 49-50; Spanish Club. JOHNSON ' , ALFRED T. Spanish Club. JOHX60X. CHARLES R. Monogram Club; Pres. Sopho- more Class; Basketball 49-50; Football 48-49, 49-50; Student Council. JORDAX, RICHARD D. Music Club; Bluets. JOYXER, JOSEPH O. Music Club; Bluets; Sigma Mu Pi. RSTICE. JOSEPH RAY Candler, X. C. LESLIE. RAXDALL A. Football 48-49, 49-50; Mono- gram Club. McMillan, roxald lee Swannanoa, X. C. McDEVITT, DWIGHT Black Mountain, X. C. Glee Club SOPHOMORES MEADOWS, DOROTHY JUNE Classical Co-Eds; Cheerleader 48-49, 49-50; Glee Club 48-49. 48-49, 49-50; Glee Club 48-49; Sigma Mu Pi. MILLER, STEPHEN LEE Mountain Home, N. C. Sigma Mu Pi. MURRAY, ERNEST DONALD Football 48-49, 49-50; Cheer- leader 49-50; Band; Radic Club; Spanish Club; Sigma Mu Pi; Weepers; Bluets; Campus Crier; Summit Staff. MYERS, BEN E. Summit Staff. NEELY, JAMES W., JR. NICHOLS, FRED, JR. Swannanoa, N. C. NICHOLS, GRADY A. Radio Club; Band. OWEN, GRANT W. Weepers. OWENS, BILL F. Baseball; Sigma Mu Pi; Mon- ogram Club 48-49, 49-50. PARHAM, PEGGY Business Club; Classical Co- Eds. £3 CX SOPHOMORES PHILLIPS. NANCY J. Classical Co -Eds; Business Club. PINKSTOX. EDWARD S. POWERS. DICK Wavnesville. X. C; Football 4849. 49-50: Baseball 48-49. 49-50; Treas. Sophomore Class. PRESSLEY. ROBERT RIESEXBERG. LAWREXCE ROBIXSOX. JACK H. Music Club; Glee Club. ROBIXSOX. LAWREXCE Wavnesville, X. C: Football 4849. 49-50; Monogram Club. SHEPARD. ROBERT V. Canton, X. C. SHOTWELL. GEORGE C. Football 48-49. 49-50; Mono- gram Club; Business Club; Treas. Freshman Class. SILER. CLIFTOX E. Spanish Club; Glee Club. SOPHOMORES SMATHERS. ROBERT G. Canton, N. C; Monogram Club; Football 48-49, 49-50. SMATHERS, GARRETT A. Canton. N. C. SULLIVAN, WILLARD W. TOWE, CLARENCE CARL Spanish Club, Treas.; Cam- pus Crier, Feature Editor. TRUMBO, JEAN P. Radio Club; Classical Co-Eds; Business Club. VANCE, ZEBULON Canton, N. C; Football 49- 50; Monogram Club. WALDROP, LAWRENCE E. Radio Club; Weepers; De- bate Club, Pres.; Dramatics Club. WILLIAMS, CHARLENE E. Classical Co- Eds; Business Club; May Day Court, ' 50. WOODY, BETTY JEAN Classical Co-Eds; Cheerleader 48-49, 49-50; Mav Day Court, ' 50. SPECIAL STUDENTS BELL, FRANK Spanish Club; Student Coun- cil 49-50. MacSORLEY, BHAIN H. Black Mountain, N. C; Tex- tile Engineering. MICHAEL, JACK R. Weaverville, N. C. SEVIER, KATHERINE Medical Technology. STEWART, NOAH Medical Technology; Music Club, Pres. WYNNE, RICHARD i 1950 9- ettu i oed and doe L otieqe BETTY ANN BISHOP BOB SHEPARD oil popular CLIFF BROOKSHIRE BETTY JEAN WOODY (Oeit aJ oomnq GEORGE SHOTWELL CHARLENE WILLIAMS S upenaL tp iue6 UOU.A RICHARD JORDAN DOROTHY MEADOWS oil J ckoot J pirit GWEN DALTON DON MURRAY LARRY CARTER ZEB VANCE £3 •r p r = s sK « ' " »• 5 ■£»- g ■;« m 3STB t •?. ■ It 21 FIESIME I reiident JAMES MARTIN {Jice-J- reiident S ecreta Dr. lam Jreaiurer IILDA DILLINGHAM CHARLES BIRCH reikmen L la55 Jffi " iceri FRESHMEN Allen, Pat Bagwell, Ray Baldwin, Richard Ballard, Clarence W., Jr. Barton, James Howard Belcher, David Birch, Charles W. Boone, Pat Brady, George Brown, Rose Marie Brown, Larry Brittain, Wendell Bryan, Florence Bryant Walter Bryant, William H. Bumgarner, Lewis W., Jr. Butler, J. Thomas Carter, Virginia Case, John Thomas Chapman, Charles W., Jr. Cordell, Ross E. Crawford, Charles Day, William Dean, Dorothy fc. 1 ff? FRESHMEN i mm DeHaven. Anne Denton, Dan Dillingham, Hilda : [if i Dodd ' William Duncan. Robert Dysland. Joan Eanvood. Roger Elledge, Thomas Eller, Xancy Enloe. Quentin Fisher, Gail Fisher. Pat Fletcher. Charles Floyd. Arberta Gambill, William Gasperson, Roy Gosnell. William Goodman, Paul Gurley. Rachael Hall. John H. Harris. William Harrison. Jean Lee Hagood. Max Henson. George FRESHMEN Herring, Ruby Jean Hoch, Robert Hughes, Alfred Ingle, Betty Jervis, Lynn Johnson, Victor Joyner, Charles Erskine, Jr. Kemf, Betty Young Lacasse, Adrien R. Lance, Robert M. Lewis, Oscar L., Jr. Locke, William Lloyd Lovingood, Paul Lyda, Sylvania C. Mann, Paul Marlowe, Gilbert C. Martin, James Matthews, David McColl, William F. McClain, William McElrath, John Philip McLean, Clyde A. McSwain, Raymond Melton, Shirley Anne O (3 MM :i 3 Ck FRESHMEN Miller. Shelby E. Miller. Wheat Mills. Kenneth Moore. Martha Jeanne Morgan. Kathryn Mosseller, Roben G. Mulvaney. John P. Murphy. Richard D. I Nicholson, George Norman. Charles 0 Kelley. Glenn C. Olsen. John X. Patelidas, Joseph A. Penland. Mary Kathryn Pinney. Jerome V. Poole, Sue Quinton. June Radcliff. Rex Ray. Loren S. Redmond. Lurene Robbins. Howard C. Rogers. Jack M. Rohrer. Betty Rothenberg. Myron A. FRESHMEN Schoeler, Ernest P. L. Schreiber, Thomas Glenn Sharpe, Jack Sherrell, Irene Smith, Jack Smith, Lew Gordon Spaanbrock, Peter George Speirakis, Virginia Spencer, Robert E. Taylor, Edward L. Tharpe, Wesley B. Thompson, Boyce Thompson, Gerald Turner, James Edward Warfield, Charles E., Jr. Weaver, William J., Ill Whitaker, L. Henson Willson, Robert B. Wilson, W. Jean Young, June E. 2 ■ r:? :JL f 1 [i ' • , « ill tflj J; — -IT 1 " ' I I - . " i?-- BS ' « 2rBr ACTIVITIES Bruce Jamerson Editor-in-Chief Miss Mary T. Miller Faculty Advisor J he S i urn mi It Martha Jeanne Moore Assistant Editor Bill Weaver Assistant Editor Ben Myers Feature Editor Charles Birch Art Editor Bill Gosnell Business Manager Don Murray Sports Editor Billy Gosnell, Virginia Speirakis, Jean Harrison, Dot Dean, Ben Myers, Pat Boone, Joan Dys- land, Bruce Jamerson, Shirley Melton, Martha Jeanne Moore, Rose Marie Brown, Bill Weaver, Charles Birch, Miss Miller. Jhe Summit S taff ADVISOR- ..Miss Mary T. Miller EDITOR IN CHIEF Bruce Jamerson ASST. EDITORS Martha Jeanne Moore Bill Weaver FEATURE EDITOR__ __Ben Myers ART EDITOR Charles Birch ASSISTANTS Virginia Speirakis Joan Dysland Rose Marie Brown BUSINESS MANAGER Bill Gosnell PHOTOGRAPHERS Jean Harrison Dot Dean Pat Boone Shirley Melton SPORTS EDITOR Don Murray 2)tudent Council Sophomore Representaives: Frank Bell, Helen Dickerson, Ralph Bansbach, Charlie John- son, Joe Joyner, Larry Carter, Cliff Brookshire. Freshman Represenatives: Paul Lovingood, Bill Bryant, Jim Martin. Faculty Representative: Mr. Moser. OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Ralph Bansbach Joe Joyner Helen Dickerson Grand Palomar Centurian ?. — JL, 9 ma u Pi HONORARY MATH FRATERNITY Ralph Bansbach Aristotle Joe Joyner Chaplain Theasarius Nancv Lee Eller Rose Marie Brown Martha Jeanne Moore OBJECTS 1. To promote math scholarship. 2. To recognize and reward outstanding math ability. 3. To promote good fellowship among the members. Members: Kenneth Earwood, Rose Marie Brown, Dot Meadows, Virginia Speirakis, Anne DeHaven, Nancy Lee Eller, James Martin, David Matthews, Loren Ray, Robert Mosseller, Howard Barton, Charles Crawford, Ralph Bansbach, George Shotwell, Willard Hintz, Sam McGnire, Charles Marler, Joe Joyner, Stephen Miller. Mr. A. L. Morley, faculty advisor. L iaddlcai L o-dsdj President Betty Ann Bishop Vice-President Dot Meadows Advisors: Mrs. Members: Joan Dysland, Rose Marie Brown, Jean Wilson, Pat Boone, Arberta Floyd, Rachael Gurley, Betty Rohrer, Shirley Melton, Dot Dean, Sylvania Lyda, Betty Ann Bishop, Nancy Eller, Betty Jean Woody, Gail Fisher, Ruby Jean Herring, Kathrine Penland, Betty Ingle, Nancy Phillips, June Young, Martha Secretary Gwen Dalton Treasurer Virginia Carter Wishart, Mrs. Carter Jeanne Moore, Irene Sherrell, Jean Lee Har- rison, Virginia Speirakis, Anne DeHaven, Kathryn Morgan, Charlene Williams, Peggy Parham, Virginia Carter, Mary Felmet, Dot Meadows, Gwen Dalton, Jean Trumbo, Hilda Dillingham. if. a cJJebate L lab President. Eugene VValdrop Members: David Belcher, Ruby Jean Her- rell, Quentin Enloe. Advisor, M. E. Wooton, ing, Gene Waldrop, June Young, Irene Sher- Jr. l DvLimeii L lub President Gwen Dalton Vice-President Charlene Williams Secretary and Treasurer Nancy Phillips Members: Clarence Ballard, Bill McClain, Jim Ingle, David Matthews, Bruce Jamerson, Rufus Allison, George Shotwell, Charlene Williams, Jean Wilson, Rose Marie Brown, Florence Bryant, Kathrine Penland, Gwen Reporter Rose Marie Brown Advisor Mrs. Lowrance Sam McGuire Dalton, Nancy Phillips, Betty Jean Woody, Peggy Parham, Arberta Floyd, Jean Trumbo, Betty Ingle, Helen Dickerson, Mary Felmet, Rachael Gurley, Betty Rohrer, Virginia Carter, Hilda Dillingham. We, eeperd m President Helen Dickerson PURPOSE Its purpose is to further the social and journalistic interests of Asheville-Biltmore College. Members: David Belcher, Helen Dicker- Vice-President Eugene Waldrop son, Bob Shepard, Gus Coutlakis, Gus Cole- gerakis, Joe Bunn, June Young, Kenneth Earwood, Ruby Jean Herring, Jimmy Martin, Clarence Towe, Eugene Waldrop, Quentin Enloe, Bill Dodd, Clyde McLean. Ljiee Lw Rose Marie Brown, Sylvania Lyda, Jean Harrison, Virginia Speirakis, Betty Rohrer, Wendell Brittan, Jack Robinson, George Shot- well, Hugh Transou, David Matthews, Jimmy Ingle, Bill McClain, Ruby Jean Herring. f udlc L lub Arberta Floyd, Kathrine Sevier, Noah Ste- wart, Bob Wenige, Jack Robinson, Richard Jordan, Victor Johnson, June Young, Irene Sherrell, Hugh Transou, Bill Weaver, Lutrelle VVishart, Wendell Brittan. _yU ij. jLibbers (K adlo ( lubJ President Gus Coutlakis Vice-President Don Murray PURPOSE To develop better understanding of radio broadcasting among our students and to fur- ther interest in Activities sponsored by this club. Members: Jean Trumbo, Helen Dickerson, Ruby Jean Herring, Gus Colegerakis. Gus Secretary-Treasurer Helen Dickerson Sponsor M. E. Wooton, Jr. Coutlakis, Joe Bunn, Betty Jean Woody, Don Murray, Kenneth Earwood, Bruce Jones, June Young, Arberta Floyd, Grady Nichols, Bob Pressley, Quentin Enloe, Eugene Waldrop, Bob Shepard, Don Compton, Carol Henry, David Belcher, Bob Willson, Lee Miller, Joe Justice, Bill Dodd. 2), ramalic tl K ivib President Vice-President Quentin Enloe Eugene Waldrop Secretary Members: June Young, Helen Dickerson, Gene Waldrop, Joe Bunn, Quentin Enloe, Bob Shepard, Betty Ingle, Pat Boone, Ruby Jean Treasurer Advisor Betty Ingle Herring, Gus Colegeraki: Belcher, Gus Coutlakis. June Young M. E. Wooton, Jr. Bill Weaver, David vie u EDITOR FEATURE EDITOR Charles L. Marler SHORT STORY EDITOR Joseph O. Joyner POETRY EDITORS Larry Carter BOOK REVIEW EDITOR Robert G. Mosseller ART EDITORS Don Murray Jack Robinson BUSINESS MANAGER Curtis Cool Richard D. Jordan Quentin Enloe CIRCULATION MANAGER Rex Radcliff FACULTY ADVISOR Mrs. Wishart cJLoS J abio6 — 2}panidh L iub T Al Johnson George Brady Faculty Advisor To promote interest in the Spanish President Vice-President PURPOSE: Members: Al Johnson, Burgin Patton, Bill Bryant, Charles Birch, Jean Wilson, Jimmy Martin, Irene Sherrell, Glenn O ' Kelly, Kath- ryn Morgan, Hilda Dillingham, Roy Gasper- son, Curtis Cool, Shirley Melton, Dot Dean, Dorothy Dean Rex Radcliff Secretary Treasurer Miss Miller speaking people and their language. Henson Whitaker, Betty Ann Bishop, Clifton Siler, Shelby Miller, Frank Bell, Bob Spencer, Don Murray, Bruce Jamerson, David Mat- thews, Rex Radcliff, George Brady, Lyhn Jervis, Ross Cordell. OFFICERS President J errv Pinney MEM The Monogram Club is comprised of stu- dents who have won their letters on either the Bulldogs ' baseball, football, or basketball team. Advisors: Coaches Herb Coman and Floyd Woody. Members: Bob Lance, Buz Marlowe, Bob Wenige, Bill Boyd, George Nicholson, David Matthews, Shelby Miller, Barney Gradman, Wheat Miller, Ralph Gahagan, Joe Patelidas, Lynn Jervis, Wick Collins, Gus Colegerakis, Vice-President Judson Hipps Secretary-Treasurer Nick Papafaklis BERSHIP Joe Bunn, Don Murray, Bob Armstrong, Ran- dell Leslie, Jerry Pinney, Bob Spencer, John- ny Israel, Bill Gamble, Dick Powers, Paul Lovingood, Lawrence Robinson, Toni Tharpe, Larry Carter, Ed Taylor, Charles Johnson, Judson Hipps, Elsworth Ard, Nick Papafaklis, Bill Gosnell, Morris Schuler, George Shotwell, Jack Drake, Tom Felkel, Bill Clark, Cliff Brookshire, Zeb Vance, Bob Smathers. James Thomas, Bill Owens, Bill Bryant. L keeneadeM B. Bishop N. Eller D. Murray G. Fisher B. Woody D. Meadows R. M. Brown ATHLETICS •2 ™ w °rked. » K ;. B. Armstrong, Q.B. W. Miller. Q.B. J. Pinney. Q.B. C. Colagerakis. Q.B. Punters Robinson and Armstrong. L. to R.: Right halfs Henderson. Powers. Foxx. and Nicholson L. Carter, L.H. B. Griffin, L.H. E. Taylor, L. H. D. Matthews, L.H. G. Henson, C; N. Papafaklis, C; G. Marlow, C; M. Shuler, C. L. Robinson, F.B. J. Hipps, F.B. B. Gradman, F.B W. Tharpe, F.B. Laughter, E.; Vance. E.; Shotwell. E.; Leeson, E. Brookshire. T.; Felkel. G.: Leslie, G.; Lovingood, T. Gahagan, T.; Clark, G .; Jervis, G.; Smathers, T. L. Carter, Co-captain Locker-room Logic by Don Murray Coaches are given " Next year " to compensate them for the material they have, and a sense of humor to compensate them for the material they do not have. From the looks of things this past August it would seem that Coaches Coman ' s and Wood ' s senses of humor would be sorely taxed, with only twelve returning lettermen out of a squad of fifty-six can- didates. However, Coman and Woody devised a formula which remedied the situation. In- gredients: Fifty-six young bruisers Football shoes and pads Wind sprints Calesthenics Fundamentals T-magic Analgesic Balm Merthiolate Alcohol New uniforms Take fifty-six young bruisers, garnish liberally with assorted ill-fitting pads and shoes, add grueling work-outs, windsprints and calesthenics, to compensate for milk shakes, soda pop, and days on the beach. Bake in a hot summer sun six hours a day for six weeks, baste freely with analgesic balm, merthiolate and alcohol, remove and garnish with sparkling new uniforms and you have a serving of fifty- six dishes of trouble for seven separate coaches. Thats what they wound up with, but the results weren ' t known until a little after the season started, two games after it started, in fact! The Bull- dogs in their first test encount- ered a loaded Eastern Tenn. freshman club, and their Team magic just didn ' t start to brew until late in the fourth quarter, when suddenly it boiled over and exploded for two perfectly executed plays, and two touch- downs. One was a sparkling 82 yard dash by Lou Foxx on a naked reverse from Larry Carter. A few minutes later, Larry, on a variation of the same play faked to Lou, hid the ball on his hip, and trotted 22 yards to T. D. country. That was it, as the Bulldog defense, sparked by All - Conference tackle Brookshire, All-Confer- ence end Zeb Vance, Felkel, Smathers, Leeson, Leslie and Marlowe, fought the visitors off their feet. The soaring punts of Bob (Chop) Armstrong, which av- eraged about 44 yards, kept the cats back on their goal line all night. A week later the Bulldogs were no better, with seven out of the starting line up doctoring various ills on a cold and rainy night over at an empty, wind swept Memor- ial Stadium. A downhearted group of gridders took the field, staved off a power-laden W.C.T.C. " B " team for a quar- ter and a half, and then let four T.D. ' s leak through for a 28-0 loss. The Bulldogs, out- weighed almost 21 pounds per man just couldn ' t get a fire lighted under the T-brew on a wet, muddy field, and offered only two scoring threats. The brightest spot in the gloomy showing was Bob Armstrong ' s punts which served not always to stop the Catamounts, but made them march a lot further for their T.D. ' s. The following week was des- tined to be Homecoming week. The Bulldogs rejuvenated, took a new lease on life, and seemed primed to offer Gardner-Webb a run for their money, but G.W., making an unprecedent- ed move in Junior College cir- cles cancelled their contract 48 hours before game time, and in doing so presented a serious threat to unity and prestige among North Carolina Junior Colleges. A. B.C. Officials made every possible concession to ap- pease G.W. but claims of alleged ineligibility by Gardner Webb officials, prevented a playing of the game. Such an occurence would seem to demoralize almost any ball club, but not the Bulldogs! About 60,000 fans, no, not fans, C. Brookshire, Co-Captain Citizens missed it, but 781 pay- ing fans, got their moneys worth of savage line play and razzle dazzle football in the best game seen in Memorial stadium in quite a while. The vaunted Gordon Military gridders came to town, and when the teams took the field they had but one thought in mind ... to score, and score is exactly what they did, and how. The Bulldogs and the Keydets proceeded to roll up a combined total of 70 points, of which, the locals took the Lion ' s share ... 43 while the visitors tallied 27. With Carter and Gradman scoring twice each, and Robinson, F o x x , and " Chop " Armstrong, tallying one each, the Bulldogs took off their muzzles and really put the bite on the bewildered Keydets. The Bulldogs were somewhat bewildered themselves by a little left handed gentleman named Raymond (Lefty) Carr, who scored 18 of the visitors points. The Bulldogs led 19-13, after a wild first half in which neither the Bulldogs nor " Lefty " would let up, and then came back to wrap it up after Coaches Coman and Woody wept over a such a lackadais- ical showing the first half. They ran up a total of 21 first downs and a total of 504 yards rush- ing, while Bob Armstrong again boomed his punts downfield for a 43 yard average. The Bull- dogs then packed on a bus and headed for the flat country to engage the little " Notre Dame " of Junior Colleges, Georgia Military. It was just too much of a good thing; outweighed, out manned, out classed, but never out fought. The locals dropped a 40-12 decision, sus- taining 7 hospital cases, and no one knows how many bruises. B. Gradman and Dick Powers scored one each to put a blem- ish on the Keydets record which no other team they en- countered this season could match, that of just plain scor- ing through that line of theirs which averaged 217 pounds, end to end. Adding insult to in- jury, the Bulldogs racked up 17 first downs to Georgia ' s 13, and once more " Chop " kept up his brilliant punting average while Brookshire, Smathers, and Vance played inspired line play. They say a weeks vacation will do anyone good, and here ' s proof positive. Two weeks after the battle with Georgia, an under-dog Asheville-Bilt- more squad took on a highly touted Campbell College team which had not been beaten in Conference play in three years. The Bulldogs, with nothing to lose, sprouted wings, took to the air, and crucified the Camels 39-0 in the Carolina J.C. upset of the year. With Armstrong and Miller connecting on 8 out of 12 heaves for 46 yards and 3 T.D.s, two to Zeb (Sky chief) Vance; L. Carter, Mathews, and Robinson scored on sparkling dashes, and S. Miller took in an aerial bomb from W. Miller to complete A-B ' s scoring. A-B ' s line looked magnificent and proved it by allowing Campbell but 18 yards all night. Vacation again and the Geor- gia casualties began to hobble around in warm-up outfits. A-B then ventured over the smokies (through only snow of the year) to engage the Tennes- see powerhouse, Hiawassee, as yet undefeated, and if victor- ious against the rampant Bull- dogs, the expectant receipient of a bid to the little Sugar Bowl, but the best laid plans of mice and men " gang aft a gley " . Ah, there was moaning, and wailing, and gnashing of teeth in Madisonville, that night, for Hiawassee was igno- miniously dumped 13-7 by the Bulldogs in the most savage ball game this writer has yet to see. Hiawassee started off like a house on fire, scoring in 8 plays after receiving the opening kick-off, but thats all she wrote. From then until the last quarter it was Bunker Hill between the 30 yard lines, until Bob Arm- strong popped from behind his magician ' s cloak long enough to plop a perfect strike into Zeb Vances outstretched hand, (yeah, that ' s right, hand) in the end zone while three Hia- wassee defenders were climbing up Zeb ' s other arm. A few plays later Carter set sail for 65 yards and a T.D. which was called back on a disputed for- ward motion decision. Now the Bulldogs didn ' t take to that too kindly, and proceeded to push Hiawassee right up into the stands, with Judd Hipps hand- ing out banners, Armstrong go- ing over from the 8 with 4 de- fenders hanging on for the ride. Clark made it 13-7 and that was it. Not enough praise can be given to the entire Bulldog line for their inspired play. Well, by now the Bulldogs were known as the " L.S.U. " of Junior Colleges and as such they took on Lees-McRae on Thanksgiving day in Asheville ' s half - filled Memorial Stadium with a possible little Sugar Bowl bid hanging in the bal- ance. The Bulldogs, now cut down to 28 men by injuries, came charging back after Lees- McRae backs, behind its mas- sive line, scored, after control- ing the ball for the first nine minutes of the game, on the strength of George Nicholson ' s ninety-five yard sprint for a score. The Bobcats rolled how- ever, and with superior reser- ve splaying a deciding factor, led at half time 15-7 on a tally by B. Peters, brilliant Bobcat half-back, and a safety. The third quarter was marked by a sparkling 42 yard dash to T.D. Haven by Hamric, Bobcat back. Then the Bulldogs came roaring back, hampered by in- juries, tired, lacking reserves, but not beaten! They marched 32 yards, and Bob Armstrong then plopped another perfect pass into the waiting hand, (yeah, hand) of Zeb Vance who was covered by a circus tent of Bobcat defenders in the end zone. A few minutes later, after another march, Georgie (Cannon Ball) Nicholson shot into the end zone for a second T.D. The Bulldogs were on their way again, but time and tide wait for no man, especially time, and as the gun sounded it was Lees-McRae 21, ABC 19. Playing only two conference teams all year, the Bulldogs placed quarter back Bob Arm- strong, end Zeb Vance, and tackle Brookshire on the myth- ical first team all-Conference eleven, and guard Randall Les- lie, tackle Bob Smathers and tackle Tom Medford on the mythical second team. From the students and faculty this scribe sincerely gives to Coaches Coman and Woody and the 49 Bulldogs a hearty thanks and well done for a wonderful season and a wonderful team. Layout and continuity by Don Murray. Photoraphs through courtesy of June Glenn, Bill Warren and Mai Gambil, staff photograph- ers, Asheville Citizen-Times. L to R., back row: Laughter, Gosnell, Marlowe, Lance, Johnson, Turner, Joyner, and Coach Woody. l! to R., front row: Ard, Colegerakis, Fletcher, Israel, Bryant, Gradman, and Thompson. A-B BULLDOGS -WESTERN DIVISION CHAMPS 1949-50 THE SCORE BOARD A-B C 74 51. 43 70 .... 76 54 60 70 38 40 48 62 55 59 49 42 55 •61 .. ♦51 48... 56 47 60 Denotes OPPONENTS Charlotte 18 Tusculum --- 47 Clemson Frosh 55 Charlotte 50 Brevard 41 Clemson Frosh 83 Furman Frosh 43 W.C.T.C. " B " 66 South Carolina Frosh 62 Lees McRae 56 Tusculum 63 Mitchell 42 W.C.T.C. " B " 52 Mitchell 48 Spartanburg 42 Brevard 52 South Carolina Frosh 50 Lees McRae 54 Spartanburg .47 Mitchell 46 Belmont Abbey 74 Gardener Webb 46 Oak Ridge 61 Conference games. " Bus " takes one off the board. " Stub " Lance buckets one. Court Capers By Don Murray When Coach Floyd Woody first looked over his basketball timber this fall he thought maybe thats where he should head for, the tall timber! So he decided to put his trust in the old axiom, " Good things come in small packages " , and to keep a close watch on his cagers to prevent them from being trod on by some of his rival coaches rafter scraping basketeers. Before long though, he realized that the old axiom should be changed to " Good and fast things come in small pack- ages " , and proceeded to set up a practice rou- tine that involved so much board trampling that before he realized it, all his cagers had settled an inch or so. But he was blessed with a bunch of dead shots, ball hawks, and play makers which dazzled and bewildered their opponents with a race horse brand of ball that compensated for lack of height. He also added a page from his football cook book and maneuvered not a two platoon but a three platoon system, to fur- ther add potency to his " little men " . Their first test came with Charlotte Center College and as the nets went " up in smoke " so did a lot of rival coaches ' Conference Champs hopes. Woody ran his three platoon system and when the smoke cleared, the scoreboard read Bulldogs 73, Charlotte 18. From then on out as the Bulldogs set the boards afire, it was suggested that they be called Greyhounds instead of Bulldogs. They toppled their Conference opponents with monotonous regularity and even went out of their class engaging a couple of four year col- leges, even racking up victories over them in two of four such engagements. After Christmas they had a slight slump, but when they bounced back they bounced high, high enough to rack up a string of seven consecutive victories. In an old rivalry, they were upset by a team they had beaten earlier, the Brevard Tornadoes, but you can ' t keep a good man down and they came back and how! They encountered South Car- olina Freshmen, a team ranked tops in Freshman Basketball in the Palmetto State in revenge for an earlier 62-38 loss, in one of the most exciting games seen in Asheville all season. They won by a score of 55-50. The following night they clinched the Western Carolina Junior College Western Division championship with one con- ference game yet unplayed. The Bulldogs were undefeated before a hometown crowd all season and finished with a 17-8 loss record against the stiffest kind of competition, with a conference record of 8 won, 2 loss. The Bulldogs left the mountains and journey- ed to Shelby to participate in the Western Divis- ion tournament there. They defeated Mitchell in the first round, lost to Belmont Abbey, and then took Gardener Webb to win third place in the tournament. At the State tournament a week later the Bulldogs dropped a close 61-60 fracas to an Oak Ridge club which went on to win the state title. After watching this inspired play all season long, a word of thanks is due, first to: Gus Colergerakis, for his ball hawking; Bill Bryant, for his smooth playmaking; Bus Marlowe, for his ability to settle the Bulldogs when they were rattled; Barney Gradman, for his dashes in to make a lay-up shot; Gerald Thompson, for his arching set shots; Charlie Fletcher, for his pat- ience on the bench; Spook Warren, for his re- bounding and tip-in shots; Wheat Miller, for those push shots and rebounds; Stub Lance, for his versatile work at forward or center; Bill Gosnell, for that left handed " hook? " of his; Charlie Johnson, for those two handed jump shots; Er- skin Joyner, for his tip-ins and rebounds; Ed Turner, for his pivot work; and last but not least, Coach Woody, for his wonderful season, and for the ' 49- ' 50 edition of the Bulldogs. 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