University of Tennessee Chattanooga - Moccasin Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN)

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President AB., University of the South, 1910? LLB., Chattamooga College of Law, 1914.3 D.L.L., University of the South, 1929? President since 1929. -sl zo If 1.1 f 1 Z1 no I r V i 'L 11 n+,,"x: eigfkf' fire. R , av 1 ox Nz. Mis, R . f' E r6I?rTuT1'mn11mmmIIInmm1m11Inmnn mm mmm mmmmimmmumIIImimmnoIIIImIIIIiIminmm.IIummlm-mminimiimIIIIIImmmIIvim...-m--II-mmummmmummmi--A -3 .q w ,f FR 'IFIHIIE Iwo M QQASIN my , .1 t 1 ' Rtrrn CLARK PERRY, A.B. nmn or woman Assistant Professor of Mathe- matics A. li., XVI-ilvsluy L'olll-go, 1911! I-Yl'ill1llIl.1l! work nt UlliN'l'l'SIl3' nl' ifhilllll-IO: ,instructor In Itlntlioinnt ics :Intl GUi'l'l'lIl.ll2 Girls' 1'I'upIu'zI- Cory Schnoi. Ch1lf.lilll00g1l, 1912- Q-f-'EWII ,.,wNl-ll I917: 'HI-:ul nl' llf'li1'tl'f.I'Ill'llf. of i'iIttiIoImttiI-sz, ihlil.. 1917-192115 l1l't'5Il'llf, Imsillnii slum- 1922. iz 'R jj I ffm,--1 g: I XIX .xx Mrxxwlatl. AUSTIN SMITI-I, PI1.D. Dean :Ind Professor of French A.M., A.M., UIIivm'sity oi' Wiscon- sin. 1917-19183 Ph.D.. University JI' Paris, 19205 Assistant iII Ro- nmuce LIUII-ruztgos, University ol' YVH-iCfIi'lSlll, 1917: instructor in FI'0llt'l1, luwu State tfulloge, 1918: Irurzteur Aineric-rtin, University of Parris, 191S-1920: Instructor ill liotnunco IALIIIQULIKES. University JIT Vvisumisin, 1920-19223 summer DI' 219225 study in Centro do Estu- llus Historians, liludritig Professor ui' Spanish. sunnnor session of Linivursity ol' Virginia. 19255 Di- rm-lor ul' summer sossioiu, Univer- -Illy of 1,3lIttnIIooI-ra. 19261 present lmsitioII sinve 19225 un leavu of ll.l.P8Cll1'0, 1928-19229. A- 21 FRANK FINLEY HOOPER, A.M. DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS Professor of Mathematics A,B., University of tTlmttz1IIo0gn. 18973 A.M., University of XViscon- sin, 19109 graduate work. Cornell University: Professor oi' Mathu- Imttics, Pritwhett College, Mis- sourig Assistant in Ztlutlrenmtics, University nf Viisconsing present ulmir since 19041 Acting President, 1920-1921: Dean, 19194926. f' if J V M W HUlmIX1imHJHUHU I-'-" ' - uf , 1. , 1, Q, vw, Lf -gN..t.f fcz'-...- Wulf ww MUCQASIN X 'lIlI"ll ""'IAI"lIllllll'lll I I I if i X 7 'Q 11' v. ?Ny, fwzfyfw f ,,,m',,. ---nmnnmnuml ' '-' lil" ,'5?f'f-E 2' , ,, 14 VD.'Lf,Q. w 1, ., A ,. ..., . , eg. ..1'."'. C, l E ' 2 :fb - , -. ,.,,-.-L 1a ffilb gfgli if W ,.,,,,'Wei" 1 xll 11 Q, 6 X X t ,-.nga THE torso M QCQASJIN miss -Ti ag U Z D E LK K 'Q f X E ' T JT? -, X X N .. . tw: - finiIInnnumInIImlInlliHIIIuulununIIiiliiiiilIiiIInIml1IIII1uml1nlinlInminimumI1uuinHim1linII11III1Iulunmmmunnuu1uurmunumannnumuumunnIunmumumunuummnuumui E A - sf- lil It H tt vl ix .., N, acullt Louis FRANKLIN SNOW, PH.D. I-'rofrsmr of Rhrlorir and Publi: Sjmfaking l'h.B.. Brown Univ:-rslt3'. 1897: A.B.. Hnrvnrd Uni- vvrslty, 18893 A.M., lbid., 1890: Ph.D., Columbia. Univcrslly. 190113 Instructor in English, Brown Uni- versity, 1R90-1892: Donn. NVOITIUTIIS College, Brown Unlvl-frslty, 1892-1900: Srrrotary-'l'rc-asurcr, Exam- lnvr Ho., Now York, 19031-190111 lteglstrar, Teachers' liollt-gl-, New York. 1905-19011: Hn-ad ol' 1'Jopartn'u-nt oi' English. N0l'lll1ll :mul 'Pralnlng Sr-hool Cortlnnrl Now York, lllflfl-illilllll Donn. T1-ns-l1el's' College, and l'rol'ossor ol' l+1lltn-ntlon, State University oi' Ken- tucky, 19119-1911: 'l'roi'essor oi' Philosophy and Edu- cation, Wvlln tfolluirfe. Aurora, N. Y.. 1911-1912: Assistant In Eiigllsli and Llhrarlan, University of l'll.l!-illllllfll, 1912-191-1: Assm-into l?ro1'essm', Heall of .ln-pnrtn'n-iii ol' English and hibrarlnn, University of thc Plllliplilm-s, 1914-191113 Professor and Head ol' Duparlin nt oi' Iflnprllsh, Ibltl.. 1915-19183 war work, Wushlngton. 11. tl.. 1918-19191 Associate l-'ro- fossor ol' Emzlish, Unlvt-rslty oi' Alnhnlna, 1919- 1921: 1'rol'n-ssor ol' lduglish University ol' t'!h:i,tta- nooga, 1921-19233 lnslrut-ting. lflnizllsh Llteraturc-, l'i-ahotly t'oll1-gr. l'illllll11l'l' School, 19213: Northwest- orn University, 19235 prcsa-nt position since 19211. Bowne SAMUEL I.1NNnsEv, Plhlb. Profrssor of English A.R., llnivvrslly ol' North Carolina.. 19193 A.M., lhltl., 1921: I-'h.D,, ilslrl., 1929: T1-as-liiug Fc-llow In lflngllsll, University nl' North t'7arollrln,. 1919-19225 Asslstnlit Director of ll'lllSll.'. lbld.. 1919-19203 As- sorlatn- I'rol'4-ssor ol' lingllsh, tlonvt-rsc Collogo, 19221-1924, 1lI'l'HlI'1ll position slnrv 192-1. lsoinn. GRISCOM, A.B. Izulrnrlor in English A.1l.. Itlianii Unlvi-rslty. 1El2tIg graduate work. 'Uni- vcrslty ol' llllll'llg0, 1921-1922: gi-rultxattv work, Bryn Mawr tfullogtf, 1925-19211: l!l'l?Sl'lll position sine-- 1924. with lonvc or nhsl-m-o 1925-1926, for graduate work. MRS. J. VVn.Lis Masses, B.S. I1 S. 1,11-gin-1-, Qllillllltllllll, t'olll-go for xVlll'llf'll1 grud- uutv work, Norlliwl-ntl-rn Unlvvrshy, Unlvcrslty of NV1sf-onsin. rl'lERRlil.l. LOUISE 'l'a'ruM, A.B. Izislrnrlor in Spanish A.li., llllivrrslly ol' t?Ii:1tL:lixln'r1.7u. A191241 graduate work, Stllllllllfl' Sm-hool ol' Spanish. Mitlrllclniry Col- lege. Sllllllllbl' 192115 tlratluttti- School. Punhnlly Unl- ll-gi-. munnwr 19285 on-st-xii, position since 192-I. Rol.i.o Ai.voRo KILBURN, B.D. nlssorialr Profrssor, Miami llfhilf Twrnplr Dr- parlrnrnl of Rvligious Edumlmn xlssorialr Proffssor of Sociology A.1i., Mllltllvhury College, 1911: TLD., Union Theo- loprlc-nl Soinlnnry, 191-lg Pastor, Now York Annual 1'ol1fur.i1t-te, 191-I-19183 Chaplnln, U. S. Army, 1918- 19191 lJil'evlor. llurnl liomlershlp nnd Religious Ed- ucation. '1'ci1i1os:-zcc Wesleyan tlollego. 1920-1927: unrest-nt position sinvc 1927. dll MRS. FRANK Ronnms Inslfurfor in Piano PAUL LESTER PALMER, A.M. Profrssor of Education and Psychology A.B., Northwfsstcrn University, 1921: M.A., ibid., 19225 Assistant Dean, Collcgc of Liberal Arts, Northwestern University. 1922-19233 graduate stu- llfllll. School of Eflucatlon. the University of Chi- cago, 1923-1925g Assistant in Education, ibld., fall quarter. 192-1, and summer session, 19253 Fellow in Edu:-ation, ihid., 192-1-1925: present c-hair since 1925: Dean. 1926-1927-1923. EDWIN C. WALMSLEY, PH.B., C.P.A. lnslruclor in Efonomits and Comrnrrrl' Ph.B., Brown University. 1922: staff member of Prim-c. VVaimrhouse Q Co.: Instructor, Cleary Col- lege, 1921-19285 present position since 1928. JAMES S. MCLEMORE, PH.D. Professor of Latin and Greek B.A., University ot' Virginia, 19073 M.A., ibid.. Ph.D.. 1910. lbid., 1912: Instructor in Latin. Uni- versity of Virginia, 1907-19103 Instructor in Latin and Greek, lhld., 1910-1912: Assistant Professor of Latin and Greek, ihid., 191.2-1923: absent on leave. 1916-1.91.75 graduate work in Harvard University: Professor ot' Latin, University ot' Virginia. summer quttrtcr, 1923-1925, 1927-19283 1'rol'essor of Latin, College of William and Mary. summer quarter. 19283 student in summer session, American Acad- 4-my in ltosc, 192Gg present position since 1923. ELEANOR MCGILLIARD, A.M. Instructor in Biology A.B., A.M., University of Clinczinnati, 1925-1927: grmluate work, University of Chicago. summer, 19265 graduate assistant ln Botany. University of Cincinnati, 1925-1927: present position since 1927. VVYMAN REED GREEN, PH.D. Professor of Biology A.B. and A.M., University of Kansas, 19113 Ph,D., University of Chicago, 19195 Assistant Professor of Biology, Northwestern State Normal School, 1907- 19085 Assistant to the Curator ot' Paleontology, University of Kansas. 1910-19113 Fellow University ot' Chicago. 19121-19133 Graduate Assistant. ibicl., 1913-191-13 Instructor in Zoology. Carleton Collfge, 191-1-19195 Instructor in Zoology. Northwestern University, 1919-19205 Instrueting in Zoology. Pea.- body Colle-ge. Summer School, 19233 Professor of Biology. University of South Carolina, Summer school, 1924: Professor of Biology, University of Chattanooga, Summer School. 19253 present posi- tion sinne 1920. HAROLD D. DREW Profrssor of Physiral Ednration B.S.. Bates College, 191135 B.P.E,, Springficld Col- lege, 1920: Coach, Trinity College. 1920-192-lg Di- rcctor ol' Athletics. Birminghara-Southern College, 1924-19285 present position since 1928. .EY A :I V 1. l A 'W W-.--mnmrirmzmxi L. 11170 t J Ml-xl QPLLE-sn..,,. ,LAO I ff- - gf x I gj9ZQ' THE ww MUQQASHN 5' ' .X ,f E22 ' " ' miiu nnnnnnun um Hui " an mm11BmHKlmZH lqlnnlllllnulnnnnunnxunuu n xuxnn nunllxuurllnuxlllll I um ulllllllll MNH lllllllllll lllllllll Illll IIIIII I I ll I ll ll - 1 4 'SAA-III: ATM, if I Fl" 501, 34 i I IK fV -Q. -'1 'KXQ X .. f E RXNXXQWG "-E 1 uilumnnnmmm n numnnmuuAluIlu11IIlu11I1nIIInIIIIIIinIII1IIA1lInnIinInn1nunniluinmlnuuumnnniin1IiinmnininuuinininimiiuiummniinnniuniiuiiimnuunmmnnnnmmuuuQ xxikx X .His 1193101 Moooz-isis ll itit f f 1 Q- ":Q.Lg, 'i1" 713-51 2 Faculty EARL Kll,llURN Kmsiz, M.A. 1'rnfr.r5ar of Grrnmn and Spanish A.l'K., 'Unlx'i-rslty ot' Oklallmxnn. 1906: lilmflos Srliol- nr: Roi., flxford, linglanil, 1910: M.A., ihlil.. 1913: grnlluuto studs-nt, 'Unlvi-rslty nl' Go'ttlni:vn, 1919- 19121 linlvvrr-ilty nt' 1.1-lnzlg, 1912-191213 l'niversity nl' llllnnls. 1915-19111: t'i-ntro ilu- Itlstuillos llistoricns, Maslriil, 19211: lnst.rnr-tor. Iinivorslly of Kansas, 1913-191-lg lnstrnvtor, Univi-rslty of illinois. 1915- lfllll: l'rnt'1-ssnr ot' lllmlvrn Illlllf-TIIIIJXPS, University ot' Xvynminpc, 1916-19203 lnslruuting' in Spanish. l'oa1xm'Iy twilli-irc-, Hummer Si-lmol, 1921-1925: pros- unt position slnui- 1920. Ions XVn.i.mM Emviilms, A.M. l'rnf1's.vor of Ch4'mi.vlry ILS., Ullio We-slvyun Univ:-rslty, 15953 A.M.. Tufts lTt'lllPlll', 1997: Assistant in t'1n-mislry. 'l'ul'ts Vol- li-ui-, 'lS!l1i-'lS!IT: 'lnstrin-tor. Ohio Xvi-sli-yan Univor- stty, 1HLlxg I'rot'i-1-isor'oI' flllt'llllHll'y. lowa'Wos1oyau Coll:-tru, 1999-1919: prosrnt rmsition slnrt- 1918. CLYDE VVILLIAM Pi-iuims, PHD. Prnfr.v.mr of Erononiiixv and Conunrrnf AJ2., llarvnrcl llnivvrsity, 1922: Ph.D., Univc'rsit'y of Toulonso, 192-lj sinnxni-r sonwstors, 1923 :intl 1921. at ll:-lclrllwm-y.: and Vin.-nnu Ilnlvorstlles: Instructor, l.Jrn.Icu llnlvi-rslty, 191:-1-1929: 1n'oscent, position sine:- 1925. VVILLIAM Blast' Hlcssiiixrisis, Pn.lJ. Profr'.r.mr of llislory A.M., lVaslilni:ton and Loo llnirorsity. 1922: M.A.. linivr-rslty nt' Virginin, 1925: l'h.l1.. Ohio State Uni- vnrslty, l92N: 'I'i-iu'li1'r ol' History nnil Gi-og'i'a1xliy. llnlvvrslty lililitnry Svhool, lilohilv, Alahuina. 1922- 192111 I'i'ot'i-ssor nl' History ond Sorrtxil Sr-li-ni-1-, Soar- rltt-Mnrrlsvlllo tfollmrr-. lllorrisvillr, Missouri, 19221- 11124: lnstrnrtur ln History, Ilnivorsily ol' Arknn- sas. 19211-19293 tlwuliinto Assistant, Ohio State Tini- vvrslty, 19215-1928: Assistant l'l'1ll't'SStll' oi' I-llstory, lliiivorslly till llilss-tom-i, snnimvr 191:35 pri-su-iit posi- tlnn sim-r 1929. Davin VVILLIAM CORNlil.lUS, P1i.D. Professor of Phyxirs A.B.. lJul'anw Iinlvvrslty, 1906: Assistant in Phys- ivs, DePauw Univ:-rsity. 1909-19015: Assistant ln- strurtor in Pliysli-s, Purduie llnivurslty. 1.906-19118: Asslstnrit 'Instrnutor ln l'hyslrs and i4'ra1luu.to stu- client., Unlvi-rslty ot' Cnllfornizi.. 1908-1910: Follow, 1910-1912, nnil Ph.l7,, 1912, Ilnlvvrsity of Illinois: l'rot't-ssor ot' l'hyslr-s and 1QllIJlllI'l!I'll1lI, Ottawa Uni- vt-rslty, 1912-19111: Acting Assistant 1"rut'ossor of llhyslrs :intl Astrononiy. llnivr-rsity ol' Kansas, 19121-1915: ltusnii.l'c'li. llnivorslty nl' VVlHl'0llHl'Il, Sum- inor, 1915: lnslrnf-l.in' in 1'liyslr:s, and ltiullngraplicr for Untvnrslty llospllal, Univnrsily of llllssourl. 1915-1917: l'rot'r-ssur ot' Pity:-iles, Alma Collt-ga-, 1917-1920: Visiting l'rot'ossor of Physics. University ot' lillrlilgan, summer, 1920: present position sinro FRANK BAISDEN I mtruclar in .-fri P1-nnsylvanin Arfarlemy of the Fino Arts. 1922- 19263 Mural Painting Award, 1923: Cresson Euro- pean Traveling Scholarship, 1925: member, Fel- lowship P. A. F. A.: represented in collection olf tho Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Fel- lowship of the P. A. F. A. and privately: present position since 1928. GODFREY TIETZE, A.M. .f'l.v.vocfa1e Prof1'.s'xor of Bible A.'B., ,Morningside CoIlegv,.'l9l1l: B.D., Garrett Bili- lireal Instituto, 1917: A.M.. Northwoste-rn University, 1917: Pastor and Sturlont. Univursity of Chicago. 1921-1925: Trustoos' Follow of Garrett Biblical I11- stituto at thi- 'University of Chiffago. 1925-1926: im-sent. position since 1926. KAT1-IARINE RAHT, M.A. Iuslruflrlr in Frrnrlz AJS., Bryn Mawr, 1923: M.A.. ibid., 1924: Instruct- or, The Byrn Mawr School, Baltimore, 1924 to 1927: Shinlry School, Byrn Mawr, Pennsylvania, 1927-1923: present position since 1928. FRANK WILLIAMS PREsc01'r, PH.D. .-111011111 S. Orlfs Profr.r.vor of City Gofuerrzmmzt AJR., University of Now Hamnshirr-, 1919: M.A., University ot' XVlsc-onsin, 1921: Ph.D,, ibid.. 1925: Instructor of American History and Governmnnt, YVicliita. High School. Kansas 1921-1922: Assistant Inslruvtor University of YX'isconsin. 1920-1921, 1922-1925: Assistant Professor of History and Po- litical Science. The Tulane Univorsity of Louisiana., 1925-1928: Visiting Professor Genrgo Peabody Gol- lvgc, Nashville, suxnnmr112g8: present position since 9.. . MRS. BLINN OWEN In.rlruc!or in Piano and Voirfr Stuclis-il with Vlarence D. Sears. formerly of Old Trinity, New York, and with Ellison Van House. of the Berlin and Boston Oprra. BLINN OWEN, M.M. fl.v.voriaIr Profmsor of .Music M.M.. under M. Mazurette, and assistant and col- loaguo ol' Ellison Van Hoose: study under Franz Zimnit,-rman: Dean of Music School, St. Mary's Gol- lrego, Raleigh. N. C.: member of faculty, Caflek Consurratory of Music. Chattanooga, 1923-1926: organist and choirmaster. St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Chattanooga, since 1923: member of American Guild of Organsists: founder of St. Ce- celia Clubs. Raleigh, N. CL, Savannah, Ga., and Chattanooga, Tenn.: prnsont position since 1926. EIJZABET1-1 XAVILEY, B.M. Par! Timm' Inslrurlor in Illusiml Scifnccs Diploma from Muskingum College Conservatory: B.li1., Chicago Musical College. under Percy Graing- or, Felix Borowski, Edward Collins, Wesley' La Violotte: Instructor. Theory and Piano at Chicago Musical College, summer of 1928: present position 1920. since 1927. ii no 25 wr Xml! IE. . S "i,.,tiifU,wmUm K I -- ' i-"-f cznznrnr Q 'mniwffiimnrnzm f--:' 5-i,w q,q,1g3L?' , 2-5L.,ff1, go. H-' J-'1 - . ,Q -...- X THE naw MQURCQASIN llllllllllllllllllll ll Il 1 ll Ilvl Iimiiiiiiiiiiilill nnlunun i nu ImuIIuIlIiIllqiImim q I y 'V ,. 6 V, , :tv r i n- 4 I ,E ILA, '1-tj, Acdlministrative Uffieers MRs. J. W. SAUNIIIIRS Secrrlary Io President Present position since 192 BETTY BLOCKER Registrar Present position since 192 5, STANLEY F. BRETSKE B urmr' Graduate of LaSalle Uxilvc-vsityg present position since 1925. MRS. W. B. RIcIIARnsoN Secretary to Bursar 4. Present IDOSIUUII since 1929. MARY YOUNG Librarian A.B., University of Clmttanrmga., 151295 pre-sc-nt position since 1929. Department Assistants CHEMISTRY PIERMAN BARNETT VVILLARII KliYSliR VIRGINIA SIMMONDS M. F. PARKER RICHARD FANCIIER - EDUCATION GREEK ROBERT CARIJWELI. Emu PARKER PHYSICS REED GARDNER IHARRY DEUIIERRY PAUL FARMER KERMIT LOWRY ECONOMICS AND COMMERCE AARON DIAMOND ENGLISH NORTH CALLAHAN SPANISH RUTH MARTIN 26 it Ii ' 1 Y' f-:i"vf5,,wLL-.1!':x.,: Sub SLO I W X' Q55 1 ,U ' ja ni gf xfinfbd f-'M i . llli MW IQ 1 Inf? ' w - 4 Nl Q Qs D0 K I IQ 4 fafv r,,, 6- 60 , o IS I QS N 9 .C Q4 f vw 9 - - vo .9 s V, - ' - Q rr N af ' 'o'o'-E . gym :M ' 50.1.3- 'wg'.'.ef .. . , ' .- Eva. -, ,. 1.49 ...- e . -... 70.9 ., ,f .403 -. 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Staff Opera "Pinafore", '28, Physics Assist- ant, '28, '29, '30, Universigy Playerg, '29g Sigma Pi Sigma, '29, Presidentqx '30,g,BnQsler's Club, rdl29j, Chairman Junior PQOIH,-v2.92 .Blue Key, '29,'-Treasurer, 'gog Hi-esidenbt' Senior Class, ,30Q Viee7Pres.izlent Student B6cly,f'3og Student C0urfcil,',,'3o g",Staff.,Y. A., 7303 Band, '27, '28, '29, 'gdf Orbhesfra, 'QOL IIIXSUN, TENN. Candidate for B.A. Degree "To mf' lhc lIII'l1lII'J'f flofwer Ihal blofw: can gzfvu Tlzouglzfs fllllf do oflrn lic loo drop for 1- ,r fears." Secrefary ASfxur.lent Body, '28, Secretary of ClZ1SS,',29', "go-Q ,Sigma Tau Delta, '27, '28, '29, 2 -PrEsidenf,.'3of.Y. W. C. A. '27 '28 '29, '30, 1 l ! Y Blue' Ridge Delegate, '29, Ui1iyerSity'7Players, '28, '29, '3og'- junior Rrom Cpmmittee, XZQQ Juniqr Festiyitiieg, Cnm1niQtee,,29g Chairmen L4 U. 'B.'A. Partyg. Choirahd Glee Club, '27, 123, '29, '30, "Pin:1fo're",-'28, "Piifience",3'27g "Trial by jury", '29g lSpzmishf,Club 'jog 'Girls' Debating Club, '28, '293 Basketball, '2 7, '29, '30, l'Eei1o" Stuff, Hzuidbook Com- , mittee, '27, '28. 1: ,,., 1' f 1 4 l , i iljiifg li l if - elif Y Ii ii r r vey lr. , il I ,, ll lllv i ll I l A A r l X i 1 I l Scmnionr W l Douo'r1-1 Y LoRR.fxxN XVI 1. n UR i H ll fl' ' CllA'l'l'ANO0CA, THNN. f 1 Candidale for A.B. Degree ' r J Hlfarlh fills hrr lap fllfilll fJl!'ll.YIll'I'J of hm' ofwn 9 if , ' A'iml."' 1 l , ' ' Q - i , School Pianist, '28, Orchestra,.'29,gj'3bf7,l"Pz1r , W dence", '27, "Pinnforc", '28, "Cleo Cklllb,--,27y ' l V W: '28, M2393 ,fASQlSlgl1Ilt. Orgnnist, iz-S, Q fgg, ."3qg' l , junior I'1'o1n'-Cominxttce, ':'.9g "-I rial by'-Iurf',, , I 1- 'zgg f?l'1lSlLl,1llLC lin'-Oxgnng Pl1i"'Betn,,Phi,g .So- l , ciql Secretary,-'29, Clioiij,5'z7, i28g"2f9g Mugio A f Prize, '29"v Boostelvs, Club ,Z,7, f'29Q fCofed5 A f Class l'lUMPHREY BARRETT HEYWOOD 4: A 2 ATI-112Ns, GA. Candidate for B.B.A. Degree "Is not thix zz rare fella-us, my Lord? Heir good al anything." Yr'm'1zings xhr lmlh in hrr 04'LUIl natural "FiQESllmHIl Football, Basketball, Varsity Foot- 'bgill1,f,'2L 'e8,-'29, Varsity Basketballg Junior Prom Committee, '28, Electmn Committee, 428g'-Debating ,e" Council, ,27, ,29, '30, "C" Club, i274-' ':'.8,f'29g President Qtuclelitj-Body, 'zgg Pgcsidhilt P311-HElllBDlCT?-C0l1l'1Cil,Xnf29Q Clfzxirman,Stucleut Couticilfj 'egg ,Blue Kiy, 128, ,'29, ,'3pg, Pr6sident1!,B1de Kei' Captsliii Football, '59, Moccfislmlsfhff, '29,f'go- ' " ,V 1 u ' , , , 0 X , 1 , - V ' i Q "" S Cotqllion Club, '26, ,Z7,' '2,8.- S 4 ' Jn CQ A. Cabinet, '30, Booqtefs Club, '3o. ,Z f iw' - .' ' ' V '- . V, 1 i , V 1 ' .2 V, l 1 1 N , ll l l i x , X 4 i , l M I 4' 2 I I I n I I Senior Class HARRY NIILLARD HALL A X CHICAGO, ILL. Candidate for B.A. Degree "0 lmafvrn! 'ware man But L'07l5fllllf, he ftverc jmrfccif' Freshman Football, '26, Varsity Football, l27, '28, '29, Track, ,29, '30, "C" Club, '27, ','28,,--.-Q ' '29, International Relations,.C.lub,.12582-"Qz9'g Spanish Club, '26, 127, '28, ,29',4SpZllI1'lSliVfPl3y, .'2Q, 53,95 Treasurer "C" ClL1b,'f2Q,',f',.., f , - - 'j vm , 'I ,- ,K 'H-A," . ' ' , I - .L -, ,V .j- 1, I -Q , x I NIINA AGNES ALLISON CI'lA'l'TANO0GA, 'l'liNN. Candidate for B.B.A. Degree "I am wry fond of tha' rnmpany of mm" WI ' -'l' I t , x I r 4 . N x x , 1 Scmuicnnr MARY ELIZABETH LANDRESS H B -1- Cl-IA'I"l'ANOOGA, TENN. Candidate for A.B. Degree "ll"ord.s lfafzlc fwillgof, and, as soon as their cage, Ihr' Q , ' Monfh, 1: ojnclfd, out Ihoy fly." 1 Beta Pi Theta, 730' Sigma TaL1vfDelth,',,'S,o'. Y . 1 A . ,ir -f' ' Treasurer, '3og French Players, ,'29.9 ,-Pres!-' fx " dent Pi -Beta Phi, '30, Secretary 'bf Student" Couneil, ,3OQ4uPiI1Zlf0I'Cn, ,271 Honor Roll, '28, '29, '3og,Sec'ret:ig'y of Women's'Pan4PIel-" , Ienic Copncil, '309,. 1Tdlitic,:1l"'Sqiencef'CInb,-1285 I: ' Reporter Spanish -Club, '29, . "Echo",.. '3o'j, f W "Blue Buzzard", 2811 'I f J Q. 7 , , A. , Y 4 , ,V I A1 W 1, ,., ., - V ,Yi4V',,z- Class ROBERT JOSEPH CARDWELL fr, A 2 - LENOIR CITY, TENN. Candidate for B.S. Degree "The man that hails you, Tom and Jada And pro-ws by lhzunpiny on your back." PALEQl.iQ0f-il1'Cl1iCf MOCCASIN, ,29, Assistant Edi- foxr,j.'28,'f,'3og Hpnor Roll, '27, Blue Key, ,29, ,36'QQiYZ,'-M. 'C'.,'A. Cabinet, '28, 'zgg Pan-Hel- lenifsifffnuncflg' '29, International ,Relations QluB,1Q'28, '19, '30, Assistanteihf Education, A '2w'f29-uf' 9. 4 .VJ , ' "7Zif.,,f1' v 1,1 " 'l ,T-1. - r, gif., x w f 1 ,, ,M X, .,,,l, 'ffl Y H 1 ded af V l l Senior Class PHILIP C., lVl:AGEVNEY A X MEMPHIS, TENN. Candidate for B.S. Degree "Tu pnrfvail in My muse fha! is dz-arm' Khan life, Or, Cfllihyd in its ruins, i'o a'if!" K ' Freshman Football, '2.6g Varsity Footb,all,h'z7', '28, '29g "C" Club, 527, '28, 'z9,,SEcretaiyQ '27, President, '28g International xRClZllCiQIl'S:'?Clllli, '28,A,'29,'VicerPresiclent, '28, Pre5iLlenf,j'z9g Pzgn-IrIelleni6LQoungi1, '29g Blue Keyfzgug Y. .A " A QA: Cabinet, 'Z95 - f' K 1 l Mas. EDGAR DUUGLAS LOTT A sz n VALLIZY HEAD, ALA. Candidate for A.B. Degree "I hold my 1J1'ar1', sir? No Lrt !II'll'Uf'7l, and men, and drffuils, Cry .vhmna ayafnsl mx'-Yr! I'll speak!" Tljiinsferrecl from Birmingham-Southern, y27, . V 4 ,ag I l l , l ' l l l ' I l Q w afmfl- Senior Class DOROTHY FRENCH A A ll CllA'I'I'ANO0CA, TIENN. Candidate for B.A. Degree "So many fworldx, so nzwfz lo dn, So llffln 110716, .flllfh things 10 br." H. Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '27, '28, '29, '3O, Vice- President, '28, '29, .lJl'CSlKlEl'lt,',3O: Vice-Presb dent Alpha Delta Pi '29 'gci' Delegate tbf l' - JOHN FRANCIS DONELSON HINTON 11,152 CHA'l"l'A NOOGA, TE NN. Candidate for B.A. Degree ff JJ llc' muaxcs dzfsjmralcly with Beta Phi Thetag French Play, Tziu fDeltag Student Council, V Q .V "" - ior Class. irrzagilmlion. '28, ,ZQQ Sigma Treasurer Sen- ! l V - 1 ' , ' I Nzxtinnnl Convention, JZQQ Blue Ridge -Dele- . , 'Y' gage, '28g Viec-Prenident jufnimr Clues, ,ZQQ N ,E ., 6' l'OOtlJnll bpfmsOr,"27.f-ix ' A U 3 f '-,Ex ' - , ' U , .ik,,,v, Q A, 'X - ,P 1 V in . -' " rn- "Gif, H ' 3:-,ff 5 ' r N "fx-N 'K I '-:X . - y , ling ,, 5 lf N if .H , 1 . M , - ' ' Y ':4,fr, O, 'l l Y- y 7' Q 4,.1v ' , v--1 Senior Class VVILLIAM C. CATE A X CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Candidate for B.S. Degree n Oh, my flntoniu, I do krzofw of lime That ihrrzvforf ar! Npzzied win' For saying nothing." Football, '24, '25, '26, Basketball, '25, '26, 27Q President Sophomore Class, '25g Blue Key, '27, '28, '29Q "C" Club, '25, '26, '28, '29, '30, Honor Roll, '28, ,29. MARGARlE'F l.VlARlNELl. W1LL1AMs Cl-lA'1'TANOOGA, TENN. Candidate for BJ1. Degree "Good, Unly, is gffllf, and gem'rnu.v, and fruitful Y. W. C. A., '30, L 1 v l , l Senior Class MAncu1s1uTu I-Ilsuwlc Liss-IMANN A A H CHATFANOOCA, TENN. Candidale for BJ1. Degree "lf ix no lask lfm' .runs lu .sl1i11r'." '28, '29, '30, Sigma '1'nu Delta, '28, '29, '30 Stall of "Echo", '29' Greek'Assistant, '29 Co-cd Cotillion Clulm,, '28, '29Q, Secretary Ali. pha Delta Pi, '30, Beta Pi Theta, '3o. Honor Roll, '27, '28, '29, Y. VV. C. A., '27, MARSIiALL WISE -11 A 2 CHICAGO, ILL. Candidate for B.B.A. Degree "They my you are a melanfholy fcllofwf' Freshman Football, Freshman Basketball, Varsity Football, '27, '28g Varsity Basketball, '27, '28, '29, Captain, '29, Blue Key, junior Prom Committee, Spanish Club, "C" Club, ' '27, '28, '29, Secretary, '28. SG, 2 . l Senior Class l'IORACE NORTH CALLAHAN CIIA'l'I'ANO0GA, TISNN. Candidate for A.B. Degree "Such joy ambi1ionfnd.v." "Patience", '27, Freshman Football, '26, "As You Like It", '28, Glee Club, '27, '28, '29, '30, President Glee Club, '30, "She Stoops to Conquer", '28, VVinner of NN. A. Burnette New Student Contest, '28, President Junior Class, '28, "Echo" Staff, '29,,,'3OQ Assistant in English, '30, "VVar Birds", 29, Trial by jury, '29, Debating Team, '30Q,',ll'1OI1'0l' Roll, '29, Honor Student in English,.'3o,' Oratory, '30, Chairman Committee on'High Sehool Reception, '29., - ,IRAN Moluus PIi'I"I'IT CllA'l"I'ANO0GA, THNN. Candidate for B.A. Degree "S0m1' fn'li11g.t are lo lnorlrlls gifurll ll'1lh lrrs nf carlh in lhrm than hfa1vcn." State Oratorical Championship, '26, Y. YV. C. A., '27, '28, '29, '30, Treasurer, '28, "Pina- fote", '28, Musical Scholarship, '28, Patten Oratorical Prize, '27, "Children of the Moon", '29, Election Committee, '27, '28, '29, 2,301 Choir and Glee Club, '28, '29, '30, "Mi- kado", '30, Spanish Club, '28, '29, '30, Debat- ing Club, '29, American Literature Club, '30, ,Staff-of Mocensm. Senior Class Nm,1.m RUTH RAY A'l'llliNS, 'l'liNN. Candidate for A.B. Degree H',,l'IU'llIfl all fha! ftufiyhl Of lmrniny lighlly like ll flo-'wz'l'." Honor Rull, '27, '28, '29, '30, First Prize Patf ten Oratnrical Contest, '28, Davis French Prizeg Y. VV. C. A., '29, '30, Trea5urer, 'jo-1 llonors in Iinglishg Tri Beta, '3o. , f KERM IT LOWRY is it RAYNHAM, N. C. Candidate for B.S. Degree "Shnrlly his forlzuw :hall be liflrd higher,- Trur' industry dolh kindle honourir fire." Basketball, '27, Political Science Club, '27, '28, President, '28, University Players, '29, '30, .Chairman Student Body Constitution Committee, '28, Sigma Pi Sigma, '29, '30, Treasurer, 'gojh Assistant in Pfhysics, "2g,ff'3pg Business- Manager "Eehp'.', '5o. V ' ," ,ir I 'ri X ,..,-,,,g s, ,s ,Y , Y -- . Y Senior Class CHARLTON VVATSON TEBEAU is K SPRINGFIELD, GA. Candidate for A.B. Degree "He doih allot for wvvry exercise A se-vera! hour." Honor Roll, '28g Assistant in Historyg Candi- W date for Honors in History. JESSIE Lim L1T'm.l2jo1-IN CHICKAMAUGA, GA. Candidale for A.B. Degree "xl n11'r1'y doll: youd lilm a IlIL'diCi7lL'.U Basketball, '28, '29, '3og Skipper Club, '28 I ,29Q Track, ZQQ Tri Bern, 'zg, '30, Treas urer, '3o. I ...,.. V -f-- , V . - -f-----e --Q--A ----YT x . ,M .mf Senior Class ,losm11'nN12 CEIFFORD X S2 ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. Candidate for B.A. Degree "Tim hmrl In rarzfrifvn, the IlIlf1l'!'5l!17ldillg lo dzrrct, ilu' hand Io 1'x1'culv." Y. VV. C. A., '28, '29, '30, Vice-President, '29, President, '30, Skippers Club, '28, ,29'Q' Political Science Club, '29, '3og 'Hockey Tour- nament, '3o. - V EDWARD BENNET IQETCHERSID DAISY, TENN. Candidate for B.A. Degree "I am fvery fond of the company of the ladies." ,Transferred from Carson-Newman College, 30. i . QQQJL in ,. l Scmniconr' Class R1TA ELIZABETH THOMPSON NORTH CHNITANOOGA, TENN. Candidate for A.B. Degree "Hail, illdEpL"7lflL'IlL'6', hail! Hc'a+vmz's next but gift, Tlo tlmt of life and an immorlal soul!" Basketball, '27, '28, '29, '30, Tennis, '27, '28, '29, '30, Track, '28, '29, Skippers Club, '28, '29, Vice-President, '29g 'Political Science Club, '27, Spanish Club, '3o. llflfxkv Ei.1zAmz'rH SLIGER ClAlA'l'TANOOGA, TENN. Candidate for 13.14. Degree "Diliyf'lu'c iIlCl'I'tlJL'lh Ihr' frail of mil." Bnsketb:lIl,.'27g Track, '29, International Re- lations Club, '30, Membership Committee, '30, Y. W. C. A., '30, 1. v i I i Scmnifonr' Class MARY FRANCES SLINGER IRENE MARY BUTLER A A U Cl'lATTANO0GA, TENN. Al,1mNY', ca. Candidate for B.A. Degree Candidate for A.B. Degree 'Ulnd can I efvcr cease lo be "l1nfw sad, and blur, and mad it fwcu! fljfrctionaiz' and kind Io Moe?" liul lhfll, llofw il was .tf1.c'1'4fI." H 4 4- "'- ,Spanish Club, '27, 'z8g International Rela- Transferred from Southern Collegeg Sopcer, h-1 t tions, Club, ,29, 'gog Candidate for Honors in '28g Political Science Cluh, '28g Y. CQ Aa, I " ' ' ' History. '28, '29, 'gog Choir and Cllll4Til5,',iJ-ZQV, '3o3 ' y ,I '- f V "Trial by jury", '29. D , . 1 l.n.-f 4 if 04244, , , Senior Class J. OIIVILLIS LoTsIIEIcII NIARY VIllGINlzX CONN A X Il ll 'I' CHATYANGOGA, TENN. Candidate for B.B.A. Degree "O, it ir cxrellmt To ham' a gillllfil' .rlrr11glh." President Freshman Class, ,27Q Vice-President Sophomore Class, '28, Tennis Team, '227, '28, '29, '30, Winner Tennis Tournaiment, '29, VVinner .Doubles TOLIfI13fHEl1t,"272 Freshman Basketball, 7,271 Varsity Basketball, '28, '29, '30, "C" Club, '28, '29, '30, Track Team, '29, '30, Spanish Club, '29, Spanish Play, '28, President Y. M. CSA., '28, Musiness Manager MOCCASIN, '29. C H A'1"I'A Noocm, TH N N. Candidate for B.S. Degree "Ah, fwhy Should lifz' all labour lm?" "Pi1Iafore", '27, High School Reception Com- mittee, '28, Political Science Club, '27, jun- ior Prom Committee, '29, International Rela- tions Club '2r ' o' Pi Beta Phi Treasurer Q I 1, 3 , g , , ' o' SOCCCFJZ ' Electmn Committee 72 . 3 : I 71 E I .9 . ,OQLL l Senior Class KA'rru5ruNra IiL12ANoR Rolzlzxws n B -ri CllA'IVl'AN0OGA, TENN. Candidate for A.B. Degree "Prr.rna.ri-'vc spvfrh, and more pcrszzuxi-ve sighls, Sllrrm' that Jpokc, and cloqiufncc of eyes," Pi Beta Phi Executive Council, '29, ,305 Piiin-' ' I-lellenic Council, '29, "Pinafore", '28, Blue Buzzard, '28, Co-cd Cotillion I.Club, '27, '28, Junior Prom Committee, '28",Ch-airmau Stu- , . dent Body Program Committee, 'zgg Seniors ' X Invitation Committee, 'z9. 1 K . alll ,Freshman Football, '27, Varsity Football, '28 ROBERT FREDERIC GROESCHEL A X GLEN ELLYN, ILL. Candidate for A.B. Degree "I Ilmnk you for your C'0IlIflll7ly,' but I had as lisf be myself afone. 1299-'SQJ MCU Club, ,281 ,291 'So' 'V 1, ,. ,. ll v - v, 'V ', l lil, thy ki. 'T .U l , 4 Senior Class DANIEL L. MASSEY CHA1'1'ANO0GA, TENN. Candidate for B.B.A. Degree "No longer in fha' lingering light Of "bUillfHf,5 efve, shall fwe, ' Loclfd hand in hand, Iogelhcr nt." Transferred from University of Alabama, '28, International Relations Club, News VVriting, ,29, '30, ' IJENA ELIZABETH BRA1xf1Mi2R rt is fi, ClIA'I"I'ANO0GA, TENN. Candidate for B.A. Degree HCOIIIPIII lo foflofw 'when har friends Inari Ihr -way." Y. YV. C. A., '27, '28, '29, '30, Delegate to Blue Ridge, '27, Class Secretary, '28, Spanish Club, ,27, '28, International Relations Club, '27g Pi Beta Phi, Secretary, '29, Junior Prom 1 Committee, 'z9. fl' ' Va J , , Y, Senior Class 'PEARL I'1lTE CLARENCE HOWARD TITUS Jomcsnoko, TEEN. B K DECATUR, GA. Candidate for A.B. Degree Candidate for B.S. Degree Grrrat lhouyhlx, grml fn-ling.: mum Io her Lihz' inslinrls, 1LIlll"LUCll'lf.,, "Hi: air, his fuoice, his looks, and honest soul, ' Speak all .ro mo-vingly in his behalf." ' -Transferred from Georgia Tech, '28g Y. M. L C. A., ,2g,M,29Q Sigma Pi Sigma. Senior Class JOHN WLQBER GLASS JR. BK CI-IATTANOOGA, TI-JNN. Candidate for B.B.A. Degree ".I primrose by tha rilvrr'.r brim .Al yallofw jzrzmrosc fwas to hun, find it Kwai' :milling morn." Spanish Cluh, '28, junior ,Prom C0mrnittee,,' ' '29, Y. M. C. A., '29, Secretary :iudi Treas- urer, '29, Ring Committee, '30, Election Committee, '30, f .C J l IBARIMRA JONES A A rr CHICKAMAUGA, GA. Candidate for B.S. Degree "KIl0fLUilI-0 Mal nalurr' lIl"Ul'l' flifl brlruy Tlu' hmrl lfzal lnfved hz-r." Transferred from La Grange College, L11 -Grange, Georgia, Tri Hem, Y. W. C. A. ' 'V ,K ltsf il . J,.,. 1 W4 ' .J. ,U W , d'.lL M-"".-,.,:f,'.' '- V , . . -. A eg Jagf, Senior Class MAR113 ISZLEIN Cl I A'l"I'A NOOGA, TE N N. Candidate for B.A. Degree guml, .vftvvrl lnaid, and lr! 'ZUIIII fwill lu rlefu1'r." ,XR r . V , . .,1. N I x r ,. I 1 'IVV' w w ,, L x W' ' ' 4 1 , W , 'N H R, K,-1: 4 I I +- 'V w XVILLIAM HOWVARD SUTTON CI-1A'l'I'ANO0GA, TENN. Candidate for ALB. Degree "This Florv1zIi1m'.v zz -very mint, so 1m-cle .-Ind full of l'01U'fl'5y, that he 1-would lend Thr dmfil lzix cloak, and :land i' lh' rain hiIIl5L'lf,H ' ' ' A A Fr.eh'dI1'gP-laye1is,f,28, '29g Beta Pi Theta, Pres- ' iderit'.'I 61'Honor Student in French' French .,,3., ,, y ' .lAfSiSfi1l'lVf,Af-"!29,Q330Q Honor Roll, ig1,,L2,Q, '29, AIX .X I --'ax , , ,- .-1l k V . w. -'-- . V - - , rv " ' ill 1 i 1 1 .l l . 1 Senior Class KENNETH STRONG CHA'1'I'ANO0GA, TIQNN. Candidate for B.B.A. Degree "Stick to your aim, the mongrelie hold fwill slip, But only frofw-bars loose the Ilulldogiv lip." Football, '28, '29, '30, Track Team, '27, All- S. I. A. A. Halfbzxck, '3o. NIARY EMERSON TURNER x sz CHA'l"I'ANOOGA, TENN. Candidate for A.B. Degree "0h! my .rad hrarl lerfps pinilzg for om' fond -ward- Cull me jwl Il!1IIlt',f, dmr1'sl'.' Call me Ihy l1ird."' Secretary Junior Class, '29, Vice-President Senior Class, '30, President Co-ed Cotilliou Club, '30, Sedretary Student Body, 'ZQQ Span- ish Club, '28, '29, '30, Secretary Dramatic Club, '29, Glee Club, '27, '28, '29, '30, Span- ish Play, '29, Dramatic Plays, '29, Opera, '29, Choir, '27, '28, '29, '30, "Miss Chatta- . manga", '29. Senior Cllalss NIZLLE KEITH BIGGERS A A n CllA'l"1'ANO0GA, TIZNN. Candidate for B.A. Degree "Em'Ih rhzuzgrs, but lhy mul and God .viand surf." 'l'runsfcrred from Shorter College, '26, Choir, '30, 'Y. VV. C. A., ,27, '28, '29, Women's Pan-Hellenic Council, '30, International Re- lations Club, 'zgg Alpha Delta Pi Secretary, '29. AARON DIAMOND CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Candidate for B.B.A. Degree "I hardly yet llllfiff' l1'arn'd T' illJ'i7llLllf!', flaiicr, lmfw and bend my knee." Assistant in Economics and Commerce, '2 '29, '30, Chairman Election Committee, '2 'gog Honor Roll, '28, '29, '3o. 3, 91 1, Senior Class Louis IQAPLAN NIARY VlRGlNIfX SIMMONDS CIIATPANOOGA, TENS. ly' U 4' SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, TIENN. Candidate for B.S. Degree Candidate for B.S. Degree That iower of Jirvnglh . ll'hiz'h :food fmu'-sqzmrr 10 all Ihr 'winds "ll'i.fdom is 0fHill1!'5 m'zzr4'r fwhrn fwff :loop that blwwf' Than lwhwn fwv soar." I Basketball, '27, '28, Freshman Basketbalil. I N'i'i'i,.Bet:1, '27, '28, President Tri Beta, '29, ,. ,As,Sistag1,t,.il,1 Chemistry, '28, '29, '30, junior ' 'W ' , Prom ,Gnrhmiyteeg Y. VV. C. A., '27, '28, W, , W D x VQQAZ n, -M n, Seminar Class VESTA VIC'I'KJlll1X NELSON Cl !A'I"l'A NOOGA, TEN N. Candidate for A.B. Degree "Ol: hajnpifzrss nf morn! rrfir'd mnlclzl! To ln' al aura' J'!'l'lll'I' and 11z11r11'f'lll." c-lla Sigma Nu, '26, '27, Honor Roll, '28, 29, Chorus and Choir, '29, '30, "IZch0",1L'29, M qog "Mikado", 'gog llonors in EllgHSh,fX,,3OA': , Bela P1 Tllctn, '29, '30, Ol'CllCSfl'i!, '29, ,30. 1 l I JOHN MAHON EY A X C1-IATFANOOCA, TENN. Candidale for BJ1. Degree "His fangzu' dropped marina .-Ind muld makr fllf 'LUOVJI' apjrrnr ,I Thr 1Il'HI'l' l'l'll501l.U Prksicleng 'Sophomore Class, '27, Cheer Leader, '27, 1,218-Q' Chairman Freshman-Sophomore En- tertainment Cnmmitree, 727g University Or- qhestra, '27Q Blue Key, '28, 'z9'g Debating Cquncili '28, '293 VVinner -Pgxrten Tropl1'y,,"28. 1 1 .LX 1 ' ", w ' W, . YY y 1 v K v ' . Scnwr Class JOSEPH CQRINSFIIELD TAYLOR MARY GLAIJYS EADS cr-IATTANOOGA, KINGSPORT, TENN. Candidate for BJI. Degree Candidafe fo' B-S- Degfee "It is forzcrifvable that religion may bn moral- nl k"'1'w 'what ffllfly iii if if i0 wil . - ly useful 'without bring illlvllfrlually Juslain- Uflffl fhfu ML' h"U"5 'lf 'ffl' fllldfllghf abjgjf f1.vzllchc's." 1113611011 Staff, 130. Transferred from Tennessee VVesleyz1n Col- lege, '28. r l , f Eg, 'N x f 'Xi THE 1930 MUQCCASJIN FQ .ai We Z TIr FlFl1nvm1uIInuIImuIan1IIuluIu1IuvumunmununIununmnlmmmm nnmmmmlm ...... ....,. .. ...,..,..,,,..,,..,.,.... , .,.,,, , XNXQA Y- X E A xmVb-Rfk-,f'S ' Junior Class OFFICERS ALBERT BEQ Pres I M 'X B V G D I 1 d ks y d T Q M W? Q A1 SS5 MW? Q L KW' w Y E A A X I, V. ss W H XX H 33.5 P n f fl ,JI 'Uris I -QTL...- if "' Wi F in nluunInumuumnunnmmnunmnnnmn ul uumunn unnuumununnmmmnmlllununmuliilhillIlliuiininiunulunuuiiil l mum un nu THE ww MUCQASJIN ,I r-1x-'af ' 'H' ' ' - 'A W- - -----I yg 1 ? A ' N I N s - A - L A , .4 Junior CZILHISS FLOYD HIGHTOWER HILLSBORO, TEXAS JACK PARK CI-IATTA NOOGA, TENN. HENRY COLE TALLAPOOSA, GA. NIARTIIA HENN CHICKAMAUGA, GA. YULA BARKER I-IALEYVILLE, ALA. ALMA COLLIE CHATTA NOOGA, TE NN. MARGARET ALLEN DAYTON, TENN. FLORA BECK CIPIATFANOOGA, TENN. IRMA HENRY CHATTA NOOGA, TENN. RALP1-1 SMITH SANFORD, TENN. GARN11'r'r HORNBR cuA1'rANoocA, THNN. HARLEY V. RUNYON sxnmsv, omo M , It 31 . L , D GX IT1-Aibjxl ,Z dw N xx A .gas ,I , I II g .N WL! ' f ,.h lmH!Ul luul WII:linilulnmmlllmmlIIuuniiifiliiniHinilmiuinnxulu mnmnuumuuumuumm muunn Inmumnnnmuumnuumm IIIIIIIII Q Q E E Fi Q Q9 Q Z Q G 5:5 ? W 3 Z If IQ K 8 nnuil IW U fd iw WM IDU ' - I .4 4 1 EARLIQ GARRIET'I' C I I A'l"l'A NOOGA, TE N N. Rr,mIsIz'I' I'R0cTIzR SCO'l"I'Sl1OR0, ALA. SAMUIII. XVILLIS c1m'I"mNooc,x, 'rIaNN. Junior Class GRACE, Iilcxlzks CIIA'l"l'A NOOCA, TENN. I.ILYAN SIIIPI' cII,x'I"I',woocA, TIINN RUTII RIWMONIJ CH A'lA'l'A NOOGA, TENN. LOUISE HUDSON cIIA'I"I'ANooG,x, TENN. RUTII ENTREKIN MT. ZION, GA. IQATIIERYN VVEATHERLY CI-IATTA NOOGA, TENN. 1 I " I1 L! ii NORTON B. CRANE CHATTANOOGA, TENN. WILLIAM R. CURTIS CHATTANOOGA, TIZNN. DAVID W. HALL cuATT,INoocA, TENN. Irv 57 AIX I !'f 1 , l pu ,A 'illrlfjfw ' ' ldffjl-7f!f7N4 N I f ,537 ' f mf-A LI.L1,' ,LL, L, -H L LA!-'TS Mgffi Zggnmningzlaxx -------- mzmmm '-f'I' -u .ff I , A ...fv- I ' 1-: X an -Nl -' - if - -V-nnmu1mmmmuwnummummnmnnumunumummnmumunmmuuumununnnEmiuniiiiuiinunn1un:munummunuiuunrmunnnmmuumumummmm ummuumnmnn w r THE ww M QCQASIN IE, 9:-. ,,,, " 5 v 7 ,gar- Jruunuiolr Class RICHARD FANCHER EVELYN CHAMBERS EVA Lnaormzk DALE CRYTZER CHATFANOOGA, TENN. CHA'I"I'ANOOGA, TENN. OAKIDALIZ, TENN. c1vmRr.rzRo1, PA. BOWDEN FINDLEY JENNY LEA ICATIIERYN Co'm'sR FENTON CAREY CAVE sPR1NGs, GA. CHA'l'1'ANO0GA, TENN. cuA'1'1'ANoocA, TENN. clm'rrANooGA, TENN. HOWARD B. BROOKS MARY ELIZABETH BROWN MOLLY LAMOREAUX JAMES JARVIS CHATTANOOGA, TENN. cHA'vrANooGA, TENN. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. CIIATTANOOGA, '1'1aNN. .gb 53 gi' A A si? f W i WY i XiXK51kf ur' Qgkgs , Sn 1 V: : 'N L' -Q- '35, X1 Fmu 'fifgsiqm -'T' uuu mmm 1 u i m InumAl1nllmliiiililiiiuuuiunnunuulunmnlmnu II1IulllIIInnI1ulIIIIII1nlumunu1uuuulummumuunnnuuuununuu uummmn mu uuuuuunnmun n--' -N - THE 11939 MOCCASIN QPSK g g XX N I Xxx R XE xx x RL- " N a ff 'FRAMMELL MooRn TUNNISL 1-1xLL, GA. I-IERMAN HARNETT cr-1A'rrANoocA, TENN. PAUL O. FARMER sr. Aucus'1'xNs, FLA. NXXX DJ A .X ,X , I f Nu 5 Wfwz, X if '-1"rX " W3 " 5-ffl 2 d-m,,,,., ,D -km--Q 43-1' Junior Class NIILIJRIED BROWN cr 1 A'1'rA NoocA, 'ru N N. SARA KEITH RAULSTO C I I ATTA NOOGA, TE N N . Upmn Power. CI IA'I'l'A NOOGA, TIENN. N I'IARRu5'1'1'1s NOEL P0'I"l'SV1l..LE, PA. RUTH ARNOLD ClIA'I'I'ANOOGA, TENN MAnL1z TAYLOR Hovr PARKER 1soAz, ALA. LESLIE H. MORGAN CHARLEROI, PA. ROBERT C. LYNN, JR. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. CHA'1'l'ANO0GA, TENN. umm 4 n 1 u nu m-ww---mm. 1 I um-www-au f M-f fiilf' I fwlf W ' inn unumunmuluummmumnuulIImuIunuunlunuummmumnuuumuuunrIAnlI1InnmnimmmiumIil1ulunununnlnmllnuuiT I nmummm I llunuummulnuuxumnmnn EEF A Q MJ THE ww MUUCASIN , f 47 Wx? ERVIN Gkoss cmcAGo, ILL. JOSEPI-1 SHAIJDEN cHA1'rANooGA, TENN. DIXIE L. LEWIS, JR. cHA1'1-ANOOCA, TENN. JI ILI!1U1iOJI.' Cllalss FRANCES RICHARDS Cl'lA'I'l'ANO0CA, TLNN. ELIZABIQTH PARKER CHA'I'1'ANOOGA, TENN. EL1zAnE'rH ROWDEN CH A'l'I'A NOOGA, TE NN. ELEANOR LOVE ST, PIZTERSBURG, FLA VIRGINIA BA'l"l'LIE CHA'Ivl'ANO0GA, MARY B UTLER cu A1'1'A NOOGA, 112 N N CHARLES HLRON ClIA'l'l'ANO0GA, THNN. Tx'soN ALLEN CHATTANOOGA, TEN N. Louis TUCKER CI lA'I"l'A NOOGA, THNN. .mu I W W 03 . 910, f f-, ,pg pq, F ,F Q IQ I ff I AF-3 THE ww MUQQCASIN 'ifsffj f' "LL Qi mm. .... ........ 'HiQgX Y Ik- "' 'V -f All Junior Class 1 I ,S fi' 1 1 MARSHALI, Il0wI2I.L Rlsxsn GARDNER AZILEE JOHNSTON ELLIS GOODLOE CllA'I'l'ANO0GA, 'rlar-IN. cI1A'1'rANomm, TENN. cI-I,n'rANoocA, TENN. cHA'I'mNoocA, TENN. EARI,Is Posmr CA'I'III5RINIa VVILDS MOORE J. SMITH MORGAN ALLISON CllA'I'l'ANOOCA, TIINN. cIm'I'TANooGA, TENN. cr-IATTANOOGA, TLNN. CHA'I'I'ANOOGA, TENN. ZIaLI,Iz 'FAYLOR .MARY LOUISE IQROPP RICHARD Fox cIm'r'rANooGA, TISNN. cIIA'I"rANoocA, TENN. cHA1'rANoocA, TENN. 5 Li. 61 'I' ' 7. , lSQ94fM:HffiR'7'1'iVi? 75 R ,jfshf 'R 'px' WJWN ' ' 4 ' "Q':qxgp-gu3dngiI1mmIIImmmg::zUninmu ::'-r"mmm::I:mn! ad.-. 'fLg,,,,.,524i:L: J 43x21 ff? Q -1 THE ww MOCCCCASIIN pl . f f p' Il l'IfIIl 'HW Ivlllllll I llll IIIllullIIllmiiiri'iiIIlilniliiimiilIililIIninlmlnnuliilniniliiuiummunumuunmuuumuu mmm V' "' I 7 YL - V- -ff JT- -L-QW ' . 'Q :'f"'-iii: 2. ' sv , 3. N -'j Y fd E 1 ' , 'ii ,A ww-msg. H :-K f :NS ',-- A . -1 :Wa . , W .nyax -I I .wal ' .,. ? -. L, E u-ar ii, 1 i- 'Il' lui' , n :uv 5 g,':,,:::f.: 1- - gg, ,A an D 1 .. . L. ---1 H x ,- " 'N fr-'-ff'-'Q ' P24711 'f'l'i-22'5'ja vi C,-' 1 W J ax 5. Jfggg ' -IS , fi"""?ff 62 N ' ff M be ' 1: 5? X L dgwik- THE wso Mooozxsm mmHII uulilml IluuullliiilmmlDIIIumInIIIIIul1u1iiivii:IiiuinnIuunlmuiuixiliniiii umm lnnnllpplllllllll I IIplllIlllllllggfyl,,,pl.g.ll,..,,,,.,.1 Sophomore Class O FFICERS NV! I.I. fun? KEYSER I If 1 ' E XZ T S o E3 Ffw iiili gi, " r ff' X 5 lx WT? fi Q X sf AZ? P Y i ffl To ' Q Xl Q, fhfwqwm Alla. 63 X Ex " lf: lx rx T r 'ufixv 'V 13555 :v ' X ASN f if im- 'tgijiL,-.J"" Q V- ,Q f' .f M, jpffff A X - "" 'A""" vi ' mmuua' I nun mnmn In Eg THE 1930 MUQQASIN ff H , Q ------:wnu--n:::-:n-u::- mu x--- u -----: uvnlunuuunr w ::n1::s:----- n I hm mu .I I .Im I ,Lv II 2 Is, IL' ' I I ' I , -.Li - -r LA I . I I, . ,I- L. Scophomcorc Cllazss ARTHUR KOENINGER, MARIE Down, EDITH JONES KIAH EVANS, ROBERT DARLIIQG, IDA LEE HARRISON, CIIARLES STORELY CLEMENT BULLARD, DORIS STRICTLAND, EDNA MAE PAINTER, DOUGLAS LOTSPIQICII CHARLES FINK, ALBERTA BUSH, CORINNE HARPER, MEREDITII TURNER 64' .Q Ykimr mimi, Y I,.A if I ' S? X N,-LQFLMQNZ L ox hii, X. 2? f'-A fa 1 .?f?2, X THJE ww MQQCASJIN Xl H wiv? EL iWWEl nmHT1i""'iun I ll al """ 'nlull IIIII lhl num Anvnxnuusnsuxnnnununualnunnurnnnrn nnnn I , L ' l mf .ll - K I' Scomphcommarc Class SARA JANE HENSIIALL, jon COLVARD, RIULEEN MCCUTCHEON Lucius LYIIICUREUX, Ross BOYD, ELOUINI5 MELVIN, RICHARD SELCER ALBERT RANRxN, LAURA Pun-Ps, CUARLYNNE RHODES, JACK I'IALSELL WILLIAM MCGEE, LUCILLE SIIUGART, MARY' ELLA BEDINGER, CAMPBELL SHIPP 9 I 'I' - All 1' LXXX 5 IN' QJSQQXX R W fl " 'LX ' V I A 'WI . . ,, . af2:JRm.Li,,f,,5-xxf fon- W W New 1? 1 . ,NIH ld gif 3: X i fygg THE 1930 MDQQASJIN D ,Q P R Y .' 'X X , X N '1 wg, M I if i iw i 'V M 1 i X i -I Sophomore Class RUT1-1 ELDERFELD, MAX FINLEY, DOROTHY VVENNING NED PIUFFAKER, CARL WDOD, ELIZABETH VVILKERSON, MCAI.IS'l'IiR EDWARD SENCHAK, MILDRRD LAMOREAUX, Er,rzABR'm SPITLER, JOHN P. I-IRNDERSDN LIONEL SILVERMAN, ENID PARKER, ELEANOR Woon, ROBERT ROCKWELL I Qi' En' 66 0 R10 ff MTWQW' f llqgg ,myxxxgi ,-45.3 -'iff X ! Aff - ,,,-,... W 'mmf I 7" 1 Y :ZEIEMQQ bw J N f IIIIIIIE Iwo MoocAsIIN .5 N . 'XE f' E 'XXXL 6 -- Q:: K -3 T. X E X , III X X -f L "wmm iimim'imiioA' ' I I ...nmI...mIm.I...........Q EXT ,ll S F 1 + I I I I , I A 'I I JI I I I . I N l l -- - , . - I Sophomore Qllanss JOIIN IIUMPIIRIIIS, 13LIzAIInTH MARQUIIT, ANTI-IONY MATUSEK PAUL LONG, JOSIIPIIINIQ S'I'UAR'I', ALICE CARDEN, VVILLIAM Crzown BRANTLEY VVA'I's0N, MARIE RULKOTFER, MIEREIJITII HALEY, KERMIT MAXWELL ROIIIIRI' I-IUFIPAIQIIR, DAVID VOIGT, ELIzAIsII'rH BAIRD, FORREST CORDELL 'II W A 'L 67 NX II! as . - I 7 g 1 I 1 X -1. if XX X V, 5 . M fp-Q N 43 4, 5,3 , -:..- - fig-Q..--' gf' If '-J -' IIIIIIE IDRD MoooASIIN X R V ' I- IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII W' ' " "' 'i' umm' R ' ' ' - V-1-1 'fn Ivu 1 I LII I 1 I Q II , R III :I' I I l 3 1 Is. if -I .M J Sophomore Class LEWIS PENNYBAKER, VIRGINIA GASTON, MERCER REYNOLDS .ALLISDN FRAKER, MARIAN MARsIIAI.I., BARBARA 'I'ImTc1fI, EDWARD DONNRLIA' GEORGE SCILIWITZER, JANET SIvII'I-II, HAZEL ANDERSON, Rufus NVILSON HENRY DAwsoN, MOLLY KOLODKIN, AILEEN FOSTER, BELFIELD CARTER Ii' es 5- 5 ,I Q0 j NNRRII SW' ' ? if L2z4gg'i:?T-'?:m"'mI-X f If 6 , ., THE warm MUQQASIN N X, X , . ., . mi QQ E l I ID 'rmnnmril ll-'HI Hlllllllllllllfll llllllllllllllllllll Ill llll llllllllllllllllllllllll llll Illl Illllll IIIIIIVIIIIIIIIIIIII I llll I llllllll I llVllllllVlllllllV'llllll'l" I lll'lll"7l"l'l'l R -yA E H Freshman Class OFFICERS FRANK BRADFORD pr- idrnl ovj ly! 111 47 XM W e Q fQ 5QflQE V f , Q L Q g g xi f E ' Yi AH1 69 NW nv A .4Q5L3x4L5Vg0gfg1 H ., WQM ' l7fQZEf'ffZfffzfm gm-rm fl 'fuzz' X- -4 .f Q .L-WWWLA uh f""N ."' x ... QW E f, ,, . Wi' ! w 5 41nnn1nuumunmmInInunuInnlunum1nnuumnlnnumuuuuuuuu ummmnmummn Iviii:iiiiiiililiniliIlumulmnululmillmiuilillumllllulnllluuumuluuulmnulumuunmnmu - if D as ,224 THE was MIOCCCASJIN l 7 1 A i .. ,. w - XM- 1 I I A M ' A I Freshman Class EARL MANNING, MARTHA NICKOLAS, ALICE HELMS, JAMES MANSFIELD JAMES JOURNEY, IELEANOR WIGHT, FRANCES CHAPMAN, MILIJRED NORTON, JEWEL MCCOY EDWARD SLINGER, HELEN APPERSON, MARGARET MOSS, VVILLE'I"I'A PERKINSON, JAMES BROOKS JOHN WHEELER, SYBIL SHUMAKER, BARBARA SPOONAMORE, OLA CRAWLEY, EUGENE MCCURRY 70 :IBA , ggd i I if E E QSQAW wig in il, "" Xl! f 'V "J 1? I 'H ,fgx :An .,-1 Q Q- E L' V N X rs swam W ,fl-L munnumu nnnu v u uimimimin ninnuummullInnnnlulynuunmnInlWui1ulDin1lEnini n ummm nunnummnumununmnummnmnunnununnuunun uuuug ummm 19310 M QCCCASIIN EE Qi. u f' ll 1 1 Freshman Class EDWARD GEAGAN, MURIEI1 BEQUETVFE, BLANC!-IH FOX, CHARLES VVATSON HARRY BURNli'l"l'E, EVELYN ROGERS, BLANCHE MCNABB, DARLAINE RIEKE, THOMAS DAWSON RALPH GILBERT, LENA WINISR, EUGENIA CALDWELL, MAUDE SMITH, ARNOLD HICKS MARSHALL DELONG, RUTH SLIGER, MARGARET HALL, RALPH TALLENT, ROY STARMER K An-1. 71 .sW7f?fQig L vvss L L A -JN1 r"r 4: -:.- g n f, WW7 'IM' QgymnnnuuumuunuIIn u11lumuuuumuumnu mummnmnmnuu1nnihirmmmiihilIinunu1nnumu1IuIlulllnylnnullllMiiiEQEim " rg'-y11lEf5 'E THE msn MOQQCASIIN Freshman Cllalss THOMAS BRIDGE, KATHERINE VVERT, CAROLY51 JONES, ALBERT PIIILLIPS ROBERT BICGERS, DOROTHY DONALDSON, REBECCA JONES, VIRGINIA KENNICDY, MAX CRIEEL EUGENE COX, ELIZABETH TI-IOMAS, MABEL TOUCI'IS'I'ONE, IVRUMA BEI.LIi WINER, MARK CAMERON WILLIAM IZRAGG, BERNARD POWELL, DORIS IIEWA'I"1', MILDRED TAYLOR, RICHARD SPRIGGS 70 W I f 0,1112 I iff L , I I RI X ., "WW 'X 7, - Qs , xx I X "-'f:24Jff'1,. - , f -, " -Q., ,A? W:i ': - -- KJ-. if ff ea + ASIIN xlkik THB: wan MQQCQ iv! ! We A W- X f-f nm mumnummumIunumnmuuuunnnllm lrllllll I llll In lllllllrlllll W5-'X X ,.., n1 I " 5 l ,R , - R 'rw Freshman Class STANLEY ANGLE, HLIZAIIETII HALL, JUANITA WAI,'FER, JOHN VVALLER S'I'ANI.liY IIRAIJING, '1'llliI.MA GRIFI-'I'l'll, CARROLL DIEAKINS, REGINA SUNDSTROM, CARLTON HALE ROBERT' MCSPADDIEN, VIVIHN SHAXV, DUDLEY MCIVER, MAR-IORIE VVATSON, CANFIELD PITNEY ll. l1'.,BOllR, RUTH FORBES, KA'l'IIERINH LOVVERY, PAULINE VVEST, ELMER GRIFFITHS , AHA 1 73 1 1 P A SWAN-ff 'Mgfffffffliffim W - , R M L-A 'WL f A.SYI.f:.:l :f,gw,,,,., .kg-big 4: 1:1 Q-if THE ww MUQQASIIN gd ' 7 2 X52 v-' i i 94 W 5 lnlxul un rlnlnllllllllll xllx ll llllllll M rrllllllllllllllllxl I munummmnu llll mul A luuumnmnm nul1iihi"uiimiini"Eiid'iiiinnumHiihi1iiiF'uiiimp u m 1 1 1 pn ummm gm f lFnrcshm.a11n1 Qllfalsss DOROTHY MCCORMICK, MILDRIED ALLEN, CHARLES LAPIIAM ' CRIFFITII IILVMJORX BERVVICK EARL COUNTS FRANK JAMES, NANCY SUE ANSEL, CLARENCE - , - , : ' , CLYDE HOLDEN, El INA COPELAND, NORINNE ANDERSON, FRANCES LEVIN, ARRANTS DARWIN EUGENE JONES, DOROTHY ENGERS, LULA MORRISON, EVA COLLIIZ, ALIEIECE SINGLISTON gi... fU6 7-L 5 , XXl,Sg1., V , sm R r .QS . Q 1 f UFHJE ww MUQCQASJIN I I ff -2 u If It E 'Ni X 'Q YI K Ni'T:'T: md X --.-.II Qbxkigg W 5,1 unnmmiviii'MTHFFHTDTMHEIIETHliiimjln IIIIIlgllIIIIIInIIIllIlIInIIuIIInuAIu1nulunlllululnwvmln nuIIm1uullInl1nIIInulnlnunluInInIInunnIu1nuInInnIInunnInunlmrnunummu N ii Q - T X - ,M ul' kg! gy.-:A ff Freshman Cllalss IELIZABIETH LOCKWOOD, YVILLIAM VVORKM.-XN, MARGUERITE VVI-IITAKER JOSIEPII CERASOLE, LII.I.IAN SUMMIERS, EMMA LIHEUREUX, MARIE CARNEY, MANUEL FOX DAVID MINOR, MILDRED CROVVE, MADIiI.INIi VVlII'I'AKIiR, MABEL ENGLISH, RAYMOND JOURNEY LEONARD SCIIMI'I"l', IELIZABETH SUTTON, MARIE STEVIENS, M. I. GRIFITITI-IS, VVILLARD DYE ll 0 . I ' an 75 X lx. . A WSOW Y i mm gk' - xl.. mf!! ?h:,JpE?A fy S mm, XVIIQ' 3325, f--1:f -- ---mm:l:'r.f"""" L-fm I 'Li?35Lf.S:' - Q ,,?w,,w,,,.. L, 'G ---' jf IHJE 11930 MUQCASIN f .4 X ' ' EK r ' X , k fl .ff ' 3IIImmmunnmm-ummm ""' ' nu lvnlnlilill i'LL!n1 - , ,- FE '55"',WIn ul X VV 'ITL wi ,- ,-.-, 9 l N A w I f 1 .llgi .1 S 53 - 1 W I' fi PARKING -15' EACHWAY I X, A W Y W .uv . f S lim f W A, :zu Qi! bo!! ' ca ' o,...4 s 1 ESZSWQQKEQL. . I i , 0 .4 --4 ' " ,. 12,3 111, lwrf L4 0" I N I 1 C mio: 1 O K l I lzro '47 N6- I: Ira 4 0 aw ll N6 gm 1.01 '.Q A I ' viz! ,ur 4-11- Xxx x J ff 3 wsu C 'S if V' .W 1 A' I , A n In ::I::l:l 'I In 1 'I.l I I l.l::l1l :alfa I -F If 0 Q U 'elf ,Z . -'q6 SW? 7 ff-.- F,-I' K.. .5 5, Q may ff ....,,,,-.3 N -.1 -v BOOK III thletlcs Honoz be lo vallant CIIOCIGDYS V Cued the children czzed llrc old men WIICH they come m tzrumph lwmemard Wzll the samed belt of wampum LONGFELLOW HIAYVATHA wJ5SZ5Ew :Nh in-I' y I H l " ' 1 .:.l:'l: I 'li nl'l' u ,I ,l. I gluull xv 5 u , u v 'I Ku Na e bfh ' L 5 Q get . 7:9 ., ZS!! , " '- - W os N f v 5 34' N f ugx s A N0 Q1 A 6 Ogl I N 0 Q oi 0 ,-N V - .. rj ',. 'q"'a I l' , 5 f i . I. E I AH! .Q t ' 'V ,P '-I. l . , Ayr - ,. my, '- w ' - 'z , I .' XX Tw -X1 W7 W AR 'lv' 1 my Qs 45 N' ' - ,,1,. VX n I . v 1 V I 0 . .' gig .gig L ' 4,: Q, i J ik A Y A fu ffyaww ,Nffff ,f,. Hr,NX.Q . f : f'-'+L-l i I '1 ,fx L - .,x, ' . . 1 ' . f' ..'- . , A ' M' Q C' ' H2 r L tx ' . 1 AN f ' X R 1 7 . -. ,, J K :N .- JL, 2 as F Q fl 'N I-'EE ' uh' ,- 1 x:v::. ':a ' ,T mmm Wim f l :I I ' F 2 . I ll . 1 ' Ig-:: ' " . , ' ' ::r-gt " -. ':F""' - ' 'f"':E.- .- '. - Egg. ' ' -ggi - .' 311 ' ' - ' wi, 2' " ' . " . 521 IJ - .- 'vin' ' - : v ' ' 4 QQ? . , wi '91 1'0" i v .. . - . . .vtgu ' rl s -'.!: U b ., . 1 , .'. .. I..-i ',:s- A- -.- h. u - .. FOOTBALL 9 coAcH DREW Completing his first year in the capacity of Head Coach and Director of Athletics, Coach Drew has undeniably won himself a place of high esteem in the hearts of all who know him. With Coach Drew at the helm, the good ship "Chatta- nooga Athleticsv has ended one of its most successful cruises in recent years. Driving determinedly to the third consecutive S. I. A. A. Football Championship in as many years, whipping into shape a basketball team which cut a wide swath in local circles, putting out a track team which is a real title con- tender, Coach Drew has shown repeatedly that in his re- maining years with us he will be the greatest coach the Uni- versity of Chattanooga has ever had. Good luck, Coach Hal! I-Ievwoon W Aim CAssim' MAoavNEY JOHNSON HUMPHREY fi-IUMPYJ I-IEYWOOD 01111111 A Southern hoy who came to U. C. and made good and how? I-lumpy came from Georgia, that slow, backward state, hut on the gridiron he has shown any- thing hut slowness. After two years on the varsity he was chosen captain as proof of his ability and he was honored at the end of his third year hy winning All-S. I. A. A. honors. Against our traditional rival, Oglethorpe, he littingly closed his football career hy hriliant work which will long he rememhered by U. C. fans. WILLIAM fBILLl WARD Plllffblllf' All-S. I. A. A. of two years standing! Excellent at diagnosing plays he is a valuahle man on the de- fense, and although small of statue, he is a hard plung- ing and driving fullhael-c of no mean ahility, making him one of the Moccasins chief ground gainers. Bill will surely be missed in S. I. A. A. circles and was well deserving of honors received. JAMES LIIMMY, CASSIDY G 1lllI'll The fightingest Irishman in the S. I. A. A.-that's jimmy. When jimmy is in the line there's sure to he something doing, for he certainly puts everything he has into the game and his one idea is victory. jimmy may he one of the hardest fighters, but he also has the distinction of being one of the cleanest. He was se- lected for S. I. A. A. honors-a distinction well de- served. P1-HLLIP fpl-HP, MAGEVNEY Center' Phip may be small of statue, but he is certainly one of the most consistent centers U. C. has had for a long time. He played outstandingly with the fresh- men, and when his chance came with the varsity he certainly showed his f'wares," developing into one of the most accurate passers ever seen on I1 local gridiron. This is Phip's last year and it is with regret that U. C. has seen him play his last game. ROBERT fSPIDERJ JOHNSON Tackle The long, tall Iowan who has shown U. C. a new kind of tackling. "Spider" is a favorite with both fans and players, for he is in every play and many times was the man who stopped his opponent carrying the hall for a touchdown. Many yards have been lost by our opponents through 'fSpider's" tackling and a new tackle will have to do some hard work to fill his shoes. f'f'TT'f' ' ' " ""' , A .s li R 'f his fi- N'-' an Q' GROESCPIEL HALL GRANT r1iRAlL FINDLEY ' tainly shown what's in him-remember the U. C.-Ogle- ROBERT KBOBD GROESCHEL thorpe game when he just mowed them down? We Emi are sorry that U. C. fans will not get to see more of Bob was originally zu backtield man, but when "Chuck" Braidwood graduated Bob was groomed for the position of end and has developed into an extreme- ly good one, being on the varsity the last two years. Paired with "Don," they made one of the best passing and receiving combinations ever developed. Bob also excels in drop-kicking, adding many points to U. C. scores. HARRY QI-IALQ HALL Fzzllbrlck This year Hal was changed from center to fullback, but he played even more effectively in the backtield than he had in the line. Hal is one of Coach Drew's very best men on defensive-always throwing himself into a hole in the line and plugging the gap. Hal is another who has played steady football at U. C. and his place will be hard to fill. AARON fl-IEAVYJ GRANT Center The heaviest center in the S. I. A. A.-that's just one of Heavy's outstanding characteristics. Although this is his second and last year at U. C., he has cer- ,....,, ,, such playing as Heavy exhibited in this game. R. L. TRAIL Illllfblllfk R. L. is often called one of the "running fools," for he simply runs wild once he has the ball. It is a real pleasure to see him sidestep and dodge the enemy. R. L. has been in every game this year and certainly showed that he knew the game and was a sure ground gainer. U. C. is expecting much of R. L. in future yea rs. BOWDEN FINDLEY Trlzfkle Bowden, together with Irv. Gross, has been elected joint captains for next year so that alone seems to be a testimonial of their ability as football players and leaders. Bowden is an outstanding tackle and it has been with keen interest that U. C. fans have watched the progress of this Georgia boy who seems to always be able to fathom the opponents' plays-many a good play has been shattered by him. We wish Bowden all the luck possible next year in his role of leader and we are sure that he will again be selected All-S. I. A. A. tackle. U , . .,.4..L'5L'z,.- 1.4. , Y . IA, , Kevsun RABY DARLING MATUSEK FAR1oLE1'r1 , , the football field-at least, that's what the opponents WILLARD ipopi KEYSER say. "Bob" is sturdily built and when he hits them- Civllllfll wow-they're down. He is a hard fighter-to the final 1 , , Y I l whistle. This is his first year on the varsity. During Film 'S PUPS mst Year an the l'5l"51t5'- but from the the next two years he should do great things for U. C. caliber of his playing one would have thought him a veteran. Pop had played great football in his fresh- man year, hut he really starred this year and imme- diately gained a regular herth. He is a steady, cool ANTHONY fTONY, MATUSEK player and is one who can always be depended upon to come through. Ilfllfbflfk Although this is Tony's first year on the varsity, he HARRY RABY has been in some hard scraps and has proven his abil- 11 llfb IM, ity as a keen and clean player. He is one of those I I never tiring players and U. C. is expecting much from During Berry's freshman year we heard of his great hlm in his Next TWO Years- punting ahility and we certainly were not disappointed when hc showed his wares this year, for he certainly can punt sixty-five or seventy yards just any time! U. C. is really expecting real things of Berry next year MARIUS FARIOLETTI and we know he will come through on top. jrujjback Farioletti is another one-year man, but he too has ROBERT 0303, DARLING proven that he really knows football. He is a great , ., defense man being one of the fastest on the squad. Ilalfbml Then, too, he is an excellent passer, being able to han- "lSol1" comes from far-away Florida, where people dle the ball exceedingly well. He should reach his are inclined to he lazy, but he is anything but lazy on height next year. -x 'A ' . SHADDEN Beouerre MORGLXN Ckvrzek GENTRY JOSEPH LIOEJ SHADDEN Qunrterbrzck Coach Drew had been wondering just who would take Donny's place next as general of the team, but when joe came along his worries were ended. He played in quite a few games this year and really proved his ability. He not only has great ability in calling the right play at the right time, but he is a great punter and passer. just watch him next year! ALBERT BEQUETTE Tackle Albert is :mother one-year man whose work appears like that of a veteran's. He is one of the most effective taeklers and blockers on the squad and no opponent ever comes past him. Albert certainly assured him- self of a regular berth and U. C. is expecting great things from him in the next two years. LESLIE fBULLl MORGAN Guard "Les" is one of the best blockers U. C. can boast off-no man can come by him, for he has that ole "Jim in u. . . Cassidy" fighting spirit and really throws himself into the game and gets his man. "Les" has another year on the varsity and will be back fighting as he's never fought before. DALE CRYTZER Fulllmvk Dale hails from Pennsylvania and he really lived up to what his home town paper predicted-"made good." I-Ie can really "buck" that line and when a few yards is needed Dale always comes through with the needed yardage and a few extra. Dale is another who will return and U. C. is expecting much from him. CLARENCE GENTRY End Up until the last of this year, Clarence has not been able to really give us a demonstration of what he could do, for there were so many seasoned veterans, but then his chance came and we really saw that he could really go down on punts and stop the opposing ball carrier. Clarence is also a good offensive man, for he is fast and able to block exceedingly well. ' u?-ML l'IlGll'l'OVVlER RUNYAN Atrr KOENEGER UNT KOENEGER Gkoss FLOYD QI-lil HIGHTOWER Emi Energy, pep, football knowledge and practical sense -that's what "Ili" is made of. livery bit of "Hin is keyed up to just that tenseness. On every play "Hi" is right on the job, for hc seems to fairly he on the man before he can catch the ball. "l--li" is an excep- tional runner and tackler and we are glad to say that he has another year. HARLEY RUNYAN :llIIl',i'll? Harley is one of those steady players who can be depended on. Because of mishaps he was prevented from staying the entire season, but he is right on the job this semester preparing for a big season next year. Luck to you, Harley. ARTHUR fARTJ KOENEGER Cen tw' Coach Drew was beginning to get gray thinking about his centers graduating and who could fill the place-then a little bird whispered that Art had once played in that position. A try was all that was neces- sary to convince Coach Drew that his worries could cease-for Art is outstanding in his work in this posi- tion and really knows how to handle that ball. just watch our snapper-back next year and see him shine. VVe are certain that he will. ANTON fUNTl KOENEGER G 1111771 t'Unt" is a brother of Art, but he is just as out- standing in his position at guard as ,Art is at center. "Unt" is called the hardest tackler in the line and one of the big reasons why U. C, has won the champion- ship two straight years. "Um" is powerfully built and rarely uses his strength for advantage, for he makes it plenty hard on the enemy. Next year should really be his banner year. IRVIN QIRVJ GROSS End 1'lrv" was the answer to the coach's prayer for a right end when graduation took one of his mainstays away. "Irv" is a blocker of outstanding ability and for proof of his football ability was chosen joint cap- tain with Bowden for next year. He can really run down that field and paired with "Hi" really makes a combination of ends of no ordinary ability. The best of luck to you, "Irv," and all the hopes that you will lead your team to victory. . My HQ.. Y HUMPPIRIES SENCHAK DONNELLY TUCKER BRIDGE JOHN HUMPHRIES youngster in the football world. He has already shown E ml john played outstandingly in his freshman year, but because of so few veteran ends graduating has not been able to play as much this year as he was worthy of, but just give him a chance and we are told that he will really show us some good work. john has two more years and U. C. is sure going to watch his work with interest. EDWARD QEDQ SENCHAK Tackle "Ed" is another one-year man, but he is built as a football player should be so we predict the very best for him. Then, too, we understand that he is a second or third cousin of joe Kopcha-another big reason why he should develop into an outstanding player. Luck to you, "Ed"-we are pulling for you. J. EDWARD fEDj DONNELLY E ml Another end who will be one of the outstanding players on the line next year is "Ed," He is a player of keen insight and a bright future is expected for this us what he can do-now we expect it of him. Lewis QTUCKJ TUCKER lllIl'fEI'bfICk "Tuck" was hurt and acquired a limp which kept him from really playing his best this year, but he has really been putting in time this spring and should be in the pink of condition and at his best next year. We are predicting the very best for "Tuck," for he is one of the toughest fighters and most consistent workers. "Tuck" should be at the top next year-we are so certain of it-well-we know that it will come true. THOMAS QTOMMYQ BRIDGE jlffllllllgfl' "Tommy" was a manager who was really a joy to Coach Drew. If you ever saw UTommy" work after a game you will understand why-he just literally bossed that team and kept it going. Every uniform was kept in fine condition and on a trip "Tommy" was the "keeper of the team," as it were, for he sure kept the equipment together and made everyone at his word stop. VVe are sorry that you will not be back I "Tommy." " " 'T I ,ru s-14 Y ,A f."H" infix 4-:aa iff: e ,-zgne.-' ,.f-a-e-.'- an-J. 1- '.,: -, Kilzpf, jj PP C Clhudbm FOOTBALL H Efxvv CJRA NT H O RI PY H EYWVOOIJ PHIL IVIAGEVNIEY ,ART KIJIZNIEGIER DON OVERAIYER H AI, H ALI, IQIEN STRONG ICI: DONNEI,I.v BII,I,v CATE IJALI? CRYTZ ER R. L. 'I'R.fxII. BII.I. VVARIJ JOE SI-IAOIJEN ICRV CEROSS H I H IGI-I TOW ER MUSH VVISE f,RV Iv,OTSI'EICI-I JOE SIIAOOEN KEN STRONG NORTON CRANE LIOWARIJ BROOKS MUSH WISE CLARENCE GENTRY FARY FARIOLETTI BOWIJEN FINOLEY JIM CASSIDY ARE RUNYAN AI, BEQUETTE BOE GROESCHEI. SPIDER JOHNSON BFONY NIATUSEK BERRY RABY POR IQIZYSER BOE IDARLING LES NIORGAN LINT IQOENEGER BASKETBALL LOUIS TUCKEIQ DOUG LOTSREICI-I ,TONY IVIATUSEK En SENCHAK TRACK ORV LOTSIIEIGH TONY IVIATUSEK FARY F ARIOLETTI TENNIS BOB LYNN ED DONNELLY ERV GROSS POP KEYSER ERV GROSS JOE SHADDEN ORV LOTSPEICH lF1resllmm.am1 lFfofotlbm.a11llll Team The Freshman football team this year was under the capable couch- ing of Coach Cleve Barrett and Coach "Wig" Viers. Both lireslnnan Coaches have starred for Chattanooga in previous years. The team, between their "ever-so-often seri1ninages" with the var- sity, managed to play five games. Although the freshmen lost four of their five games, we have confidence in them and expect big things of them next year. THE SEASON Freshmen . . Og Tennessee Wesleyzixi . . . I3 Freshmen . . og University of Tennessee . . IQ Freshmen . . Og Howard College .... . . 20 Freshmen . . . 215 Birmingham-Southern . . . 33 Freshmen . . Og Oglethorpe ..... . IQ Freshmen. . 65 Sewanee . . 0 BASKETBALL ff X. -,' 7 .1 J ,.-Z7-, ' f ,J V ffsfeagigfwg -'iff' THE 11930 MUCCASIN A Q Q JJ -- 331' iw? 7 l N, ffvfii Z W 5nu1mmmmmmmunmmuu u 1 mumuuuuumnnuiunn mu um: 1 s ul mmmuuimu n 1 ummunun m il "' i- lll ms- f - eygecfwag e l V Y 4? I ig? ,, L, F, - -L. - .- A A- 1..i,:,:, TL -Q H f' gf? Wg QMQEQMQQ CAPTAIN MARSHALL WISE F 0l"l.UflI'I1 "iN'Iusl1" ended his college career by lead- ing a good basketball team through an ex- cellent season. A scoring ace, second to none, "llIush's" last second basket, which beat the Tepcos, champions of Dixie, will long be remembered by all. Directing the club's play from the pivot position, his tireless efforts, determination and optimism, kept the team constantly on their toes, and in the last game of his ca1'eer against the Tennessee Wesleyaii Bulldogs, Capt. lfVise finished like a fiction hero, scoring twenty points. His absence next year will leave a gap that will be hard to fill and we wish him all kinds of luck. ORVILLE LOTSPEICH Center "Lots" has ended his career at the uni- versity this year and he leaves behind him a record which will be bard to equal. Play- ing three years at center "Lots" has scored a lot of points and helped win a lot of won- derful games. I-lis uncanny eye for the basket, coupled with his ability to move just a little faster than the average, won for him the title of second All- S. I. A. A. center, and remembering the Birmingham- Southern game in which he scored twenty- six points, it is easy to see that he deserves the honor. We'll miss you a lot, "Orv," and we wish you luck. ANTHONY MATUSEK .FOI'7,UIlI'l1 "Tony," the cool, smart, quick-thinking ball-hawk, played a season of wonderful ball. Always on the aggressive, fighting hard for possession of the ball, "Tony'l was an inspiration to his mates. A Won- derful blocker, "Mac" was the key-man in many fast plays, and if in the two succeed- ing years he doesn't make All-S. I. A. A. we will miss our guess. That's a-heem! 556 e .,- il W r ' .3 f'4fNC'Q1- 'La '--SDN I 1 THE 119:-so Moccasm 5 '-ffl IRVIN Gnoss Guard Always a steady, dependable player, Irv turned in many good games, and although he doesn't often break into the scoring col- umn with any sensational performances he nan always be depended on to handle his op- ponent, and usually a couple of others, so that they can't understand why they didn't score so much. "Irv" has another year left, and we're certainly depending on him a great deal. Louis TUCKER Forward "Tuck" came into his own this season, and he certainly made the regulars step fast to keep him in the stubstitute ranks. A battler of the first order, "Tuck" can al- ways be found in the thick of the fight and he usually comes out of the crowd with the ball too! There is no doubt but that he will land a regular berth next year, and with him among the ranks we are assured of a fighting club. WILLARD KEYSER Guard This was "Pop's" first year on the var- sity-and he is as dependable as the Rock of Gibraltar. A football player of no mean ability "Pop" makes a rough and ready basketeer, and when the Hghting gets hard- est "Pop", with his unrelenting drive, is at his best. With two more years to play ewewsgewema "P0p'l 110 dfjubt be One of the InOSt llnmuuuumnmumuuluunuuulIunuumluumuumuuuul outstanding men on the club. We'll be F 4 P 'Y lookin' at you, "Poppy." X N Allf 91 bf ' X 5: fi nf ' ? ? XQXEI xllH ....'.i.- - ---- -'cf-111- ' f""H--w.i,, it H i ,Q as f WT , f 7.......-1I-1--m-ml-m..-um. um... .H Y, " 1?-isWgZi:f3y, 'inane toso ivtocztzrxstixi x Sf' . V ...,........ .,.M. Aiaa ssema ,eff QMQQNQWMQQEQ JOE SI-IADDEN PiUl"ZUllI'l! Joe is one of the fastest men on the team and can always be depended on to carry the fight to his opponents. Although he hasn't been playing basketball many years, joe has picked up in a surprisingly short time. His ability to really go when the time comes makes joe a very valuable man to have with the club. We predict a great season for him next year. EDWARD J. DONNELLY Guard This was "Ed's" first year on the var- sity-but his playing was that of a veteran. Because he is unusually fast for a big man, Ed is regarded as one of the best defensive men on the team, and the way he plays the floor driving the ball down into offensive territory is good enough for anybody's club. Ed will have the honor of captaining the Moccasiiis next year, and we are expecting great things from him. ' DOUGLAS LOTSPEICH Forward "Little Lots" is following right in the footsteps of his famous brother, and his un- erring eye makes him a dangerous man on the court. Although smaller than the average college man, "Little Lots" will give you a good account of himself against the best. He has two more years and we can't help but expect him to out-shine his big "Bro" EDWARD SENCHAK F0l'1L'lll'l1 Ed was another new man on the squad and showed unusual promise for a sopho- more. His accurate shooting, easy-going, good-natured disposition won him a Warm place in the hearts of the fans. "Cherry" will be with us for two more years, and with the ability that he possesses we are sure that he will be a very valuable man. illb gi fl ,6Qs6mlTWlll'lri ' dl .xx 'Lil' , K-14 if fl?-A X ' SSA Q 3 J ,ffl f -- ..-A Y-xy:--A -Wu- 'Ill g I Igg nf: N I C rgtof 'r 0 .O..l y, Riygwiiyiml -s, wx r ly xx ,4 I fri' 1 Y fl l ,I il if if ,W W QV NIO SNLMIMQZM: ef '- fc I Z ity J' fl U4 6' -ny, N I 3'2 05 N f v 9 Q QV 'Ox' - 0 , - - - - I v , , ,. . . ---mfkE,'Q?2p,Jgf?:1y?V1 f4Z gf l yy 'I 4 u 'Lma ul ,' I ' . ' - -' ,' If L f ' 'fl-,. -N. WWF, 1 f 14 , 1? ,ffpf Ml l ' , .. .V f .1 K 1 ' fe' ' ---' Waff is ,. JL ' .:' 7' -'v . 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' 5 gems .fcmzm 5 K, Riffifon 1 1 CJ gglllihf F - Pkg-TTIRCESST FJ fa' gl 54 ': N 1 .q . .,i L. 41 35-L zab ch, fn .Ji 66 fx . v Y- E 1.1116 6711 i 2 I5 N WI GX 'W V Q fojoular CQAQZOIS Ri CM N .Popular Gofgds E5 Jtfzblzarbzza E .Roberts 5 I' f if Jvfunzplz my JEZIJWUOU' BACHELOR OF UG-L-INEISS n-q '11 BULL CHATTANOOGA, TENN. EDITORIAL Throughout the year this publication has noticed many glaring, deficiences in the facilities, equipment, advantages, etc., on or about the campus. We consider it our duty to make public these errors in order that they be immediately corrected. 1. Extension telephones to all classrooms are needed. 2. Naval observatory-regulated clocks should, be in- stalled in every room. 3. Private busses to transport students to various points about the campus must be provided. 4. Eating utensils in the Commons should be of ster- ling silver. 5. Roulette wheels and pool tables are needed in the men's clubroom. 6. Eight o'clock classes are detrimental to the health of the students and must be abolished. 7. Benches for the quadrangle must he obtained im- medialely in order that the students may derive full joy from cutting classes in the spring. 8. A system should be devised for the abolition of tuition fees. 9. A Society for the Prevention of Tap-Dancing in Student Assembly would be of the greatest importance on the campus. Io. Our last suggestion is that there be developed a modernized style-version of the cap and gown. 1 1 1 Mother: "And where do bad little girls like you go?" Regina: "Most anywhere, mother." 1 1 1 Spectator: "How do your musicians tune their in- struments?" Dr. Lindsey: "They don't." 1 1 f Don't ever say that your girl clung to you like ivy. Ivy invariably clings to old ruins. FIND YOUR NICHE! A Few Minutes a Day Spent Witlx These Famous Characters Opens. THE ROAD T O SUCCESS Mctlzods of Successful Ofice Seeking .,....,. ,.---..-.... ...,"Boss" Humphrey Heywood The Intricacies of Sex Appeal ...,.........,... 0- ...,... ,..,...... - c-- ,.........,,, john Humphries Unethical Economics ...........................,. L ,.....,,,..,..,,.,.,.,,....,... . ,,,, cc ,,.,, L ,..,..,....., Dr. Aaron Diamond The Street of Chance fcompanion volume to the above and sequel to Heads I Win! "Gentleman" joe Colvard Painless Extraction ,...,....,,,,.,,,,,.., ., ...,,-.,,.,.,,,,, .,,, ,,,,, - .,,,,,, ,,,-,--,,,Smnley F, Bl-gfske Lullaby Lectures ....................,....,.,................................ cc-.- ............. Professors Kilburn and Tierze Prohibition-Stag or Slugger? .......................... -Consensus of Fraternity opinion compaeE'iJ'iiI.lii'-iiISiiQ2LI"' From Immigrant to Man of the W'orld ....,.,.......,.,........,..,.,..,... cw., ....,,.. - ,,,,, N ,,,,, ,Nm-th Callahan lWith comic illustrations from life! First Editions of "The Blue Buzzard" included in This Wonderful Offer! Also Kolored Komics for the Kiddies! BUNKO PUBLISHING COMPANY Chattanooga, Tennessee U. C. BULL PETROVITCH MAMLUSINSIVISKI Steps Out in Our Model No. 1.5 tI'llologruph on Request to Clliulgo Police liepnrtnwntb Mr. Petrovitch Mamlusinsiviski, President of North Side Gat Men's Union, Chicago, Chooses Our Model No. 1.5 Bullet-Proof Vest for Daily Wear. Mr. Mamlusinsiviski is one of the many straight-shooting American business men who have recognized the superiority of our prod- ucts. Model No. 1.5 is equipped with can- opener for use of Chicago men who find "pineapples" indispensable in their work. For college men we suggest our Model No. 999 wrinkle-proof, absorbent Tuxedo. Fitted with non-corrosive, form-fitting flask. Guar- anteed to stand the wear and tear of in- numerable house-parties and stagette dances. WON'T-FIT CLOTHING COMPANY Branches East of Suez PHAMOUS PHRASES "I don't like to take your time with announcements, but allow me . . . " "I Wouldn't trust a Jap from here to the door." "I am not competent to give an authoritative opinion on this subject, but . . . " "Get out of this hallg get to your classes!" "Open up your notebooksg get your little minds to working." "Sure you belong. Didn't you once come to a meet- ing?" "We were to have a program, but it failed to show up." " . . . if not, they stand approved as read." "I was going to get a book, but this girl . . ' "Sure enough-well, I declare!" "You're darn right I'm next on that phone." "Some bum swiped my book." "Hey, is this a good test for Bismuth?" "No, I won't show you your grades!" "I dropped two-bits at bridge." "Aw, let's cut." "The library rules are that if a student . . . " "Nope, haven't got time to fool with that now." "Got to go get my mail." "For our processional hymn . . " Ed: "You look like a sensible girl: let's get married." Co-ed: "Nothing doing. I'm just as sensible as I look." 1 1 1 Pop fa few years hencejz "Here's the week's roll, darling." Mary Nena: "I-Iumph. Nothing like the rolls father used to make." 1 1 1 Humphries was in the art store looking over the cards. Saleswoman: "Here's a lovely sentiment, 'To the only girl I ever loved.' " John: 'tTl1at's fine. I'll take-uh-seven of those, please." iff Mr. Walters: "See here, young man. I want to know why you kissed Juanita in that dark corner last night?" Accused: "Now that I've seen her by daylight, I wonder myself." U. C. BULL WITH THE FRATERNITIES Pi Beta Phi Sister Johnson was seen walking home alone late the other night. How did that happen? ' 1 1 1 Sister Spitler says she thinks VVilliam Haines isn't even cute. 1 1 1 Sister YVilson was fined for breaking a window at the dormitory. Always open a window before trying to slip through it, Lilyan. 111 Tennessee Alpha of Pi Beta Phi takes pleasure in an- nouncing that another pledge is now eligible for ini- tiation. 1 1 1 VVe wish to thank our alumni for having that loose sealing-board nailed back. Chi Omega VVe had a lovely time at our initiation banquet. And what's more, we kept within the budget. 1 1 1 Sister I-Iall was injured last week when a chair in the Commons fell in with her. 111 We wish to congratulate Pi Beta Phi on their six pledges. VVe like our twelve, and think they're cute. Alpha Delta Pi Sister Lively is back in town. Further announce- ments later. 1 1 1 Don't you just love the way Sister Ranlston reads the minutes? 1 1 f Sister Chambers is recovering from an illness caused by changing brands of gum. Phi Delta Sigma Brother Fox burned his finger yesterday. Hereafter he'll drink coffee with a spoon. 111 Brother Findley is chairman of music committee for the prom. Brother Cox's orchestra will play. The pledges are planning a 35500 dance. The assess- ment will be 75c each. 111 Brother Heywood is having a hard time deciding which bank he wants to be president of. Alpha Lambda Tau Brother Barnett is quite stern and professor-like, don't you think? 1 1 1 All members are required to wear felt slippers in our new house. 1 1 1 l Brother Jones is having all his vests made with elas- t1c now. Delta Chi Brother Gentry has developed quite a knack for chaulfering. 1 1 1 Brother Carter had an idea last week. Now he has a headache. 1 1 1 Brother Humphries has a white-collar job, but he has to take the collar off when the trunks come in. 1 1 1 Brother Snow is editing an expurgated re-issue of "Schoolgirl." Beta Kappa Brother Trail is suffering from "jake-walk." 1 1 1 Brother Senchak visited Lyons' View while in Knox- ville last week-end. VVhat's her name, Senchak? 1 1 1 The Beta Kappa fraternity appeared on the honor roll last quiz period. VVhat difference do a few per- centages make? 111 Our boys are engaged in studying big-time political methods. The others don't seem to work. U. C. BULL CHATTANOOGA'S CREDO QWil2ll No Apologies Whatever to Mr. Georrii-i.JeanE13Intl1nn Because Everybody Else Ilan Copied - s u Editors Note: The following represents an exhaustive statistical study by the nonsense editor of this paper, being an attempt to characterize the mcntal deficiencies of thc average student at the University of Chattanooga. The a-vcrage U. C. student beliefven That the honor roll is made up of idiots and atheists. That the advice given by chapel speakers is due to their years of experience and hardships. That that same advice could be followed. That members of the athletic teams have an unlim- ited income. That Mr. Bretske counts the university money every day. That Coach Drew is the best combination of coach, leader and good scout ever to land on any campus. That all votes are cast exactly as the voter thinks best. That john Humphries wears out the seats in all the football pants. That editors of the annual and paper make small fortunes during their term in ollice. That all athletic coaches are past masters in the use of profanity. That the Commons is a darned good place to eat and to kill time. That the library used to be a good place to kill time. That chapel could be made interesting, but never will be. That all students in the Economics and Commerce Department will end up with SIS a week jobs. That Blue Key is responsible for everything worth- while that happens. That the university could have a comic magazine, but not until the f2lClllfy develops a sense of humor. That Dr. Phelps' personality will make him a mil- lionaire. That the building is cold on hot days, and vice versa. That Caretaker Conley can do anything that any- body wants done. That student assistants are really very dumb and know nothing at all about the courses they give quizzes in. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED-A reliable steady. Other qualifications unimportant. Dot Wilber. f 'f 1 WANTED-Signs that will stay where they're put. Dr. Guerry. ' Y Y 1 VVANTED-Self-filling quiz book. joe Colvard. 1 1 'f VVANTED-A good, clauseless constitution. john Ma- honey. 1 Y. 1 WANTED-Second-hand Morris chair. Elizabeth Hall. 1 1 Y FOR SALE-My autobiography. Also quart of gaso- line with which to make it burn more easily. North Callahan. HE NEVER WORE BLUE-UNTIL He was at his best in blue, yet he never wore blue! "White Coat Collar" was the bane of his existence . . . the barrier of his dreams . . . Then he safw the ad-vrrliselnmt of Wildcat Hair Tonic! l ! With the first few applications, his old troubles were ended. With impunity he wore his blue serge and was on the road to success. Don't be hindered by "White Coat Collar!" USE WILDCAT HAIR TONIC! May be applied both internally and externally! 'Ill Q f I. Q rg 0 uf: xf 1,9 5.0: .I 'O K 1' 1 4 7:0 in if 'I I N0 so U x' f 0,5 Q klrf O- v 5.0 K vi SY-9 xv kv 5 ol , ,+A AQQ 404 S r N S Q x 0 mfs :nv 44:3 . f me: .. " ' - r f"X"!5'E ' ' ' z f s' . Of ' H 'FEM . Nh 4 6 1 A Q L 1 V www! ,P-ga -E alt- flfflff X iv uf il' Q 1'-'v 2".f"v ll Lg ' ':- . ' l I I ' ' l:'I: In 'l " 227' l, 1 F' U 1 I Boox v lubs 5' Organlzatlons Bury your war-clubs and your weapons Brea the red stone from this quarry Mould and malfe il inlo peace-pipes Ta e the reeds that grow beside you Deck lhem with your brxghtest feathers Smo e the calumel together. LONJGFELLOW: HIAWATHA. 'i Xml :ln I ll 1 1 glviggil' L" ' xv' . .- I xiyx N I r ,un 5 a fo O 1' QN .Q N '51 A Sr I9 Id X . I N, 0 'LOA . "Viv" . 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MAXWELL A. swlnl. warm.-nf .1 I-'mm an am.-af um- -nu-nur and he ana- I um wma aus pgmixqq-nmlrlulvmhlm.1'. xhihmplnmvtunun mnumsnm ,mmwum-hmm hy up mm.. ,,-.meqV.- mmm. mm mm Use-udismn rpm- pnmwmnm wwf-uma 1-pg ana hh mu- dymmnfwhq num nuum :uma fmpm ram-:A ' 1 ' l V -' . LV A 'LL -I L. LLL, N AKEN 109 ? E. E.E,.,.E.EE...E,..EE.E .. I E I nfl' fi, .:-' Es X 5 fff MOCCASIN 4 ,Q J ff E Q I ' f -- 1..I-...Im-I-W..-I-I 'jf' I ummm I I n In mnmn 1''IIIIIIImrmm-ami-iii-miami: E an 1 F. I I W I..--.,,,,..,, - -.. . ,., -1 ., -L ,, ,,,f Sngma Tam Dcilrtzal Naiiovzal English P'7'lllI'I'1lifjl OFFICERS MARIAN JONES . ...... .... .... . P rfsidenl ELIZABETH PARKER .... . Vica-President MARGUERITE LEHMANN . ...... Sccrelary DR. LINDSEY .... . . Facully Adlvisvr ELIZABETH LANDRESS . . . . Tnfamm- GARNE11' HoRNER . . . Historian Marshal JOHN I'IINTON. . . . . - . A MEMBERS ELIZABETH LANDRESS CZARNETT PIORNIER JOHN HINTON MIRIAM MARSHALL MARIE RULKOTTER MARIAN JONES ELIZABETH PARKER MARGUERITE LEHMANN Assoc1ATE MENIB ERS DR. EDWIN S. LINDSEY MRS. D. W. IIO LEWIS PENNIEBAKER RICIIARIJ FANCI-IRR LIONEL SILVERMAN CoRNELIus .505 5:0 L Q X1 ' 2J-A3-in .Q mMXW f-L -cn- Z lx X-zz 5 x ' -Q, I THE Iwo MQICCASIN EE- ' F 9 m K .iii "" 'T f5l77m7"-WUITIYU l'llI'4lllIl IIIIIIIIIIII I Illlr 1 I n ll 1 In I ""1i'm.. ..... ,2'Qm,.m' ,,ngfnm, iUwl, A I I "' Q "' 72?-Spf '- Bernal Pi, Them ,Nfttiolzzll I"rlfnch Fmtcfrfzity GITFICERS I'IOWARD SU'1"1'oN ..... . . ..... . . . . . . . President ELIZAEETII LANDRESS . . ......... . . . Vice-President LIONEL SILVERMAN . . , Corrc'.vj1ondi1zg1 Secrffary and Editor joy-IN HIN1-QN , , , , ....... T rczuurer MEMBERS NIAIIGUIZRITE LEIIMANN RICIIARD FAUCI-IER VEs'I'A NELSON ELLEN COOLIDGE BRAN'I'I.Iav VVATSON VVILLARD IQEYSER PALEDGES MARX' NENA BALES EI.1zAnE1'II WILKERSON MILDRED LAMOREAUX IEI,IzAnE'rII PARKER ENIIJ PARKER MARIE RULKOTIER MARIUS FARIOLETFI PAUL LONG FACULTY ADv1sERs Mxss KA'I'HIiRINE RAIIT DR. MAXWELL A. SMITH .Hr-3 QI A ': III If -- L IN ff Qi . X X l 1 'J f-P-,ff-, R 'VK f 92:57 4 lLUf1lf'QfZ7v, gh PIAA ..:.f' 0 2:12 E? WW' - , ' ,DMU p--unnnmmmum 2' f gl 924 THE TORO MOCQCASTN A '"""'""A""""""""""' O '- R W f Q 1 ,xx ll' rfxlpl-fini lx ,.ji'1l:s' 1 N N Blue Key College .lllmz's Rotary Club OFFICERS HUMPHREY B. HEYWOOD . . .... ......... . President NORTON B. CRANE . . . ...... . Ifirf-Pn-sidmzt GARNETT HORNER .... REED GARDNER . . . I'IARRY B. DEUBERRY . HONOR COACH HAROLD DREW DR. ALEX GUERRX' PROF. F. F. HOOEER . . C0l'l'L'Jf707lfli71-0 Serrclary . Recording Secretary . . . . Trcaxurer ARY MEhfIBERS M EMBERS ALBERT BEQUETTE ROBERT CARDVVELL NORTON CRANE REED GARDNER GARNET1' HORNER HUMPIIREY HEYWOOD DR. E. S. L1NDsEv PROE. BLINN OWEN DR. Lows F. SNOW HARRY DEUDERRY IRv1N Gnoss PHILLIP MAGEVNEY VVILLIAM CATE JOHN MAHONEY MARSPIALL WISE 112 N EJ f U- -T .flax I L E """""""' F- Aww zgxs, f-g'fA.,- i.u- f 532 T Xl l E E THE ww MUQQASJIN -MM mm n W+ m g X 'E .-.,....-,In-fmmmnm.I-IuuluIIlunmmmummmnmmumumu-u-1un--mv:-vu-um-nmm--m-un--mm mm1v-In-mu-mm--mm-I-Inun-I-run--rg! -. X X X ft ,. W.- ,-.Y ,.,,,, WH f , , 4-11-, , a.,.l 'If X P6 ., II3 Nw 177 . "xK" f fm ,f"f"l..qmR-JH Saba: .. x X I, ,. f I 55 A- . i-niTrf T T"""" N :ig THE IDQID MUCICASIN h?, ...... . ...1 I , ,1.Q,": 'Q, , , I, R, 1 1:3 ' W I , Theta Alpha Phi JV!1Z'i07llI! Drzznzrztizr Fraternity TENNESSEE GAMMA, CHAPTER SIXTY M EMIIERS DR. DAVID W. CORNELIUS MRS. DAVID VV. CORNELIUS NORTH CALLAHAN HARRY DEUBERRY RICHARD FANCI-IER REED GARDNER GARNIZTI' HORNER MARIAN JONES MOLLY LAMDREAUX IQERMIT LOWERY JEAN PETIIT MooRE J. SMITH - BRANTLEY VVATSON II Q "'D' I 1' u ,HA .I - I 1 1 . -I 6 4 f x' xx I 1 13 ' 'W I I mv 559, S ,E-. WE Qi Q 1- ., f , I .I I. IRAN ff 852, I N M: TIHUE 11930 MOICICASIIN Rlixvfx " X , ,,, ,L munuvmpulnpn 1 I I L nllmmqaullmuln nlImlllllllrllllvlIvllrllllHUI Ilwkta -X H L-Q! 7559 1 Giles Club OIFIFICERS NOR'l'lICALLAI1AN . .... .... . President DAVID I'IAI,L .... . Vice-Prwidmzl BORIIEN JONES ..... ...... S acrelary S'I'ANI.EY BRADING . . . . Business Manager PRoIfEssoR BLINN OWEN . . . . . Director MIERIIBERS S'rANI,m' BRAIIING BORIIIIN JONES MEREDITII TURNER DAVID I-IALL RonER'I' TIUFFAKER ALBERT RANKIN HERMAN BARNE'I'I' LAMAR O'GUINN MOORE I. SMITII BELFIELD CARTER CLARENCE GENTRY WALTER LUTHER NORTH CALLAHAN JOIIN MINER FORREST CORIJELL ARRANTS DARWIN XXKNK Ah? 115 NX- W IX SQN 'f 'iii w 'f',mmm7fiZf7m f-'nm E' -J Yffb f1: -:, .1 ,wa Af-R. f -EQUNQ., -f -' -43'--2 f 'gi , 2,-A X W - X U mununm nmuumi lIiimiliii im E THE IIDEO MIOCCAEIN LQ SCENE FROM "THE DOVER ROAD" The University Players EJ, , .,. A-I OI"F1CIERS REED GARDNER . . . .... .... . President MARY TURNER .... ..... V ice-Pl'f.virle1zl HARRY DEUEERRY . . . . Business Manager MEMBERS JEAN PE'rT1T ADA WINER MARIE RULKOTTER HARRIET NOEL VIRGINIA SIMMONDS ELIZABETH WILRERSON MARIAN JONES GRACE BICKERS VIRGINIA DEAKINS MOLLY LAMOREAUX MARGUERITE LEHMANN II AILEEN MCCUTCHEON DAVID HALL ROBERT ROCKWELL GARNE'F1' PIORNER NORTH CALLAIIAN RICHARD FANCIIER MOORE J. SMITH KERMIT LOWERY BRANTLEY WATSON PAUL FARMER GEORGE ScHwITzER QI I f R A Q 6' I 6 Q6 ' I I A , f . A W' ' Im-. ai m-- -v y ijf! A f ' IZ, ,I ., ff-eff, gym .312-3'-E... E71 E -1 , . 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Secrclary CABINET HUMPHREY HEYwoon . flltendance PHILL1P MAGEVENY . . Firldllrf ALBERT RANKIN. . . Memberxhiif HARRY DEURERRY . Social Service WALTER LUTHER . . Program in IIS 5 it 0 ff lfifgy-:rl Hg f-.Yi-'af , ?E'- 1 X XXAX THE wso MUQQASIN 3 XX Z ,gMiQw lul u an un Inunuuruugggugupml I 1 -NL I ii nuuuunu: miuliu niinnimlmmmini L 1 1 ,F Yu W. CC., A, jnslamlxllsGm-'oRu. . . . lJoRo'ruY Fruzxcn. . . . . . . . . . President . . . Vice-Presirlcnt LAURA BnI,I,1a Lvuz . . . .... Serrrlary N 151.1116 Ru'ru RM' . .... . . Treasurer CABINET JEAN PIiTl'l'I' . .... . Gin Ling JEAN PE'l'I'l"1' . . . . Ilandbook Emu Pmucmz . . . . . . Finance ELIZABIZTI-I BAIRD . . . Social Serfuice FRANCES SLINGER . . . . Programs LFZNA BRAMMER . . World Fellowship JENNY LEA .... . . . . Sofia! .EI.lZAHlE'I'lI MARQUH1' . . . . Music MARIAN JONES . . . Membership MIRIAM MAxs1mr. . . Publicity X Anal-J, I19 XX Ui' gi-. i x iw wg-fe 1 YS 9 ,fgyyylggw : ugly nuuurgguq- A 1 x- mm.. In-mu .-.-.,-1 mmf-gn-:mn ? 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Rfjmrnyr NANCY SUR ANSEL MARY Num BALRS FIELIX BEQUli'l'l'E VIRGINIA DIEAKINS IRVY FROST IEl.1zA13m'u HALL SALLY Hl5NsuA1.L M EM R ERS LUCILLE HARBIN MEREDITH HALEY Enmr JONES MOLLY LAMOREAUX DoRo'rm' MCCORMICK SARA IQEITH RAULSTON VIRGINIA SIMPSON MARTHA LEE TAYLOR 5-N TL.. IZI . Xxw Tl w R fUmardfA w i-Fra X U 15.-4 ll:-JSW.f,f ln. 1,fL4:"A'--, K R 7?-:R A ,O sw, 3I1mIRIIImmnmnunnmnnimmmm n f ' mumunmui' :Finn 'W' THE ww MUCCASIN 2 97 A RRRRR H j ww? Univwrsity noi? Chartxtancooga Band Dirndor: PROF. SHELI,.Y SANDS Drum Major: HOVVARD B. BROOKS Trumfzcft fl Ito BOWEN JONES ARRAN'rs DARWIN , JOHN PAUL HsNnnRsoN EMU, COUNTS AI,BERT RANKIN EARL MANNING RALPH rfALLANT VV ALTER LUTHER ' FRED Ronmsm: YIARRY Dnunnnrw Rum: GARnN1aR Saxofvhone RALPH COOPER Clarinet MARSHALL DELONG MARK CAMERON JACK PARK VVILLIAM VVIGGINS HERMAN BARNETT Dl'llllIJ' VVn.LrAM S'rxLL ELMER CIRIIVFITII Baritone Louis PRNNRRARRR EUGENE Cox Bass Tromlmne Dxcx Lswxs RICHARD SELCER CARL'roN HALL: DILLION QIREIEN SR T Pfypm W ' A NX3QM3Xfig7 fl X ' ,U-5 THE ww MUUCASIN ' .- I-f man ga P L- "' M 1 1 N h AH' ,Y 123 5 'Wff?21f Y 'UfW1Q? mm fj 'A 'Z -'-+--'- u gf"1Yfl....QW,hEjx i -f,-Li1:TQ,1:?+d .va-.f,..T 4.1 .-f' THE 11930 MIOCCCCASIIN 3. ig-SEISSJ f J WWW' E ' .gax 'AJ ,Il A 1 g' 7' 'I lnlllllluIiluuni'T1HT""n Y vnu' gm? 'IBA u - waff Tarn Beta A7llfiUlIIl1 Biology F!'Ilf6'I'71ifj7 OFFICERS VIRGINIA Suvuvxoxns. . . .... . . . . President AZILEE JOHNSON . ...... . . . Vimflimvidenz ELIZABETH PARKER . . . . , . . .Scrn-tary JESSE LEE LI'rTI.EjoIIN . . T r1'a.curer MER'IBERS ALMA COLLIE RUTH ENTREKIN BARBARA JONES MARVIN CARTER DR. GREEN LUCILLE S1-IUGART MISS MCGILLIARD BILL MCGI-IEE GEORGE SCHWIETZER If ,ilk 124 -5 A T Sm X XI . . Q ,f 'fa I, . in !l X X A -2 , N ' ' '- -N I a 4 if f 6 QM THE ww MUQQASLN 'W Fifi? nuannxul um lluxllllllll luunmnmuln un um -q7mU1 : I -J! W G1 ilu, ,- -5. 1 1 5 be ,,,l , ' V- E' 1 L55 2 '-I Delta Chi l Fozmdni 1908 IN UNIVERSITATE Clrlss of 1930 WILLIAM CATE I-IAL HALL ROBERT GROESCIIEL CRVILLE LOTSPIEICII Pmuv MAGEVNEY Class of 1931 Rlcrmlm FANCHIZR ERVIN GRoss RIC!-mRn Fox FLOYD I'IIGlI'l'0WIiR CLARENCE GENTRV JOE SHAUDEN Cl.AN'l'0N D. VVALTON Class of IQj2 BEITIELIJ CARTER VVILLIAM CRowE JOHN PIUMPIIRIIES Class HUGH HUDSON DIXON ICIRKLAND CHARLES LAPHAM DUDLEY McIvER Doucms Lrrrsmsxcu 1VIERElJ!'l'H 'TURNER BR,w'rLEY W wrsox Of 1933 EARL MANMNG JESS MYERS ALEERT PmLL1vs FRED Ronmsox' 126 gina A, V ,-,lL1" RU 4:1 X A vm- 'W Kf. -.. nga, -in 5: f 'Ni THE 11930 MUQQASILN Kiwxikl f 'Q Q X X w , I X X N X 1. 1 x, X . , , W, ,,,,,.-,. ' xv X 1I1l1I11DJ1H.lLU1llmuvlllAUlL!11! llIl7W'llll1l!y3qQlLnulln nr u Iu1Inll1IIIImmnnunnunmununu mnmnnunn mmnnmnnnnmmnum? ,,3'M., 1 -x x f-ie" f,g1" E X? uf-Q - !'h.1J- ' H-li 1 X ' 'N Q Wh' WU My 127 All lim N fcdm A' 'R nf ummig m --I--1-'mmnmzi - -J f", ...W N -,ff 2 -1 x..,V:?,-f2'i,..- ' . az? rj!!! 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HASWELL CLYDE HOLDEN JAMES MANSEIELO JOHN VVALLER CHARLES VVATSON 128 FHA , .fad W ,mf weggxf R. ,. -LN 3- THE ww MUQQCASJIN H-' Z' laws ' K Q 'X X N ' -'EX ,f X x N ...i-A. mm F1umuu1.uJ'ulruuu1I1111lllII11U wumuu 'mlmlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWQ ' X- xw "' N V K -'..n'H g" . ' '- "TH ,L . 4.-A,.J...L..,....-.4 .XV x :I xi fi sn , X I X Y Q A A a .A . Qi ".fQ.i-.1.LL' Qifagi XX N I29 N N !7f A Q-KX A , ,.,A ,i lg fnfjh gfgl- .3 Van --'-f" uxmmtlrmd ff ,. ,j-1,14 ,, 1- -,W 0.-- fww fwff f' ,MCA . ---ummm-mm ---- --- THE ww MOCQASIN IAA. , , """"""""""' " " M " , JJ -' if A .1 .7 -V -I-.-3' . Alpha lambda Tauul Fnundz-rl 192.1 IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1 Q30 ROY BIRD LEON RICE GEOIRCE LUNDY VVILLIAM VVIOGINS Class of IQj'I HERMAN HARNETT NORTON CRANE FENTON CAREY PAUL FARMER YIENRY COLE REED GIXRDNIER DAVID HALL G.ARNE'f1' HORNER MOORE J. SMITH Class of IQ32 ROBERT DARLING ROGER LAMB JOHN PAUL YIEXDERSON LUCIEN L'1-IEUREUX ROBERT HUEI-'ARER I'lUGH MAOILL LOUIS PENNIEHAKER Class of 1933 ROBERT BIGGERS H. F. BOI-IR JOHN CALLAVVAY CHARLES COLDWELL EARL COUNTS ARRANTS DARWIN MARSHALL DELONO DILLEN GREEN I O BORIJEN JONES JAMES JOURNEY DAVID MINOR SAMUEL PHILLIPS BOUVARD SHELL ROY STARMIER WILLIAM STILL WILLIAM VVORKMAN -Q., -1. V' 3 LAN1, ui -'- :I gf A Cx ,fr f 5 -' r' 095 mmmmn.ImI mmInm3Q ff WW V! ,LJ:.,..ZW'-i""H:-. -in-,F TH112 ww MUCCASHN I llllllllln' H 'll' Y llllll U llllllllll I Ill'llllIlIII'IllIIIllllllIIllINlUIIIInUIIll'HHlllllllllllfflllllll 'IIHIIIIII llll --X , xx - QKXXK - 9? , gm 1 5 f 'Q X I anumuumuuunmmuumnunnuuu Y N X I K1 xlluq N 5' IU' . 4 V-ix V if J w '-' A ,, ' W" ,lp 1.- is ' , " ' ' ' 1 ' -- - ,L-.' 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N-:J Z I ITInunmnmmun-mm mm M. 7.. 5-J . v, 5 ,Er 141 I PQ.- Q-fs' 5' I X lavvi E-'x ' WW Q ggi ! THE 1930 MQQQASHN l,-J M mu """""" """mm'm"""mm' ""' 'WH-I "UUA WWE-' llilll lllllllll lim ulmnuumunnm 1 -H af .- j,,fz4,f ,--I. nllgullll- A : '- fi V+ ' N0 PARKING '-15'f IAGH WAY i x42 FDA Q0 W dv , X fi "-Sim" S E W Kr H- , - THE 11930 MUUCASIN Q g X ,.:- : fa x 1 ImmIIlInIIumnnruruulInurmulnumIIIuIunlIlnullnunIIuII1IIul1lmnnmunmnnuuunumuummnum uunmun1uuu1an1I1uInnI1I1uIIuuulnnnnnuunnlnnluuluim X X H il X X THE UNIVERSITY OF CHATTANOOGA Maintains Highest .Standard in Instructron Scholarship, Equipment, .Student Actfvftfes College of Liberal Arts and Sciences CI-IATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE fr Y Au 1 E hx , 'fr A532 1 X Q fb WMWffm XX .I , Rx -i V IQ? "3 f 114545: "- fwfv. w-' 4 'ps , 1 ., Wx f E A . W5 ff. - Q2 -W wg' 'WI ff' ' 3, Q. '- 'ilfz' if 1.1-W1..,,q,,:5,:j-A.L.,.,. ff' NH " THE 1930 MOQQASJIN 1 ff wfnf ---............ .. ..... F sf? I Es Jr ...Lil , VZ mnnunununnnu 'A nummuu R nnmmumu 'CKE Compliments of Scott L. Prohasco Compliments of Chattanooga Surgical Company Medical Arts Building COMPLIMENTS OF Glenn Young Furniture Clothes That Are Made Better Than Seems Necessary WARE Ei' WARE Company 618 Market Street MCCALLIE AVENUE W PHARMACY College Drug Store U. C. FILLING STATION THE PRICE OF A COMPLIMENTS Goocl Photograph OF Is not the money you ex- change for it, but the Personal Happiness and Mental Satis- faction-and yet you find our prices most reasonable JUDD STUDIO U. C. Photographer ARCHER PAPER COMPANY Clothes for the College Man Palmer Clothes Factory Direct to You 102 EAST ELEVENTH STREET . 1 A ff E T10 ' 'W .A , - F ifg Zi all Sm S0 ? 6--M ,ii X A Y QXXX U YV jg' Ns I e' .5 A H THE ww MUQCCCASJIN QE -RTM -Q 'E llllnlu ll u HIIIHIL numuumlnmuumnunmuunmmnmuu mu mnmmmnmlnnmmmnmm, q,,.l., ,I mm, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,, x 'X XX Q 5 x A X -1 X by n1 1, iijw? C OM PLIM EN TS OF RETAHJMERCHANTS WILLIAMS 86 FRENCH MORRIS FRIEDMAN CO. DAVIDSON CLOTHING CO. D. B. LOVEMAN CO. MEDICAL ARTS DRUG CO. FULMER REEVES 86 WARE CO. T. H. PAYNE CO. MILLER BROTHERS JAMES M. SHAW CO. D. S. ETHERIDGE 86 CO. CHATTANOOGA BUTTON 86 BADGE CO. J. W. GLASS co. M All 'A TMWWQ. S fr 53:53, 1.3 'Wwunnmu J 1 - S -A .3 ,Q mWwmummr nm -. 1... Z-1 Tfz- - , jf-x, :Y-1 aflmqwug. ...LI- AJ.,-. J' THE 1930 MUCCAEJIN Q 5 SEE 7 x X f QQ iff? ' M1171 '"-1meunnu11xnnnnnInunnnnnuumnummnumu mummmnuIumuiiiiiuiliimiunlluuiliuuiullHlllnunuuil imWi -A :g em ' Compliments of LOVE AND OLIPHANT General Insurance FIDELITY AND SURETY BONDS CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE G. STIVERS LUMBER CO A. . H. A. Milliken Geo. F. Williams MILLIKEN ff? WILLIAMS Exclusive Mine Agents STEAM AND DOMESTIC COAL CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Volunteer Building Phone 7-2235 HOTEL PATTEN CI-lATTANOOGA'S BIGGEST AND BEST Headquarters for U. C. Students and Visitors JOHN LOVELL, Manage ,ij We Ti X fm u f-9"-W ,Lyla 'fini 1' 1 ff L THE 11930 MUUCASJIN ggi I! llll III llll IIIIHIIIII llllllllll Illllllllllllllllllll llmlllllllllll lllllllIlllllllllllllllllll IIIllllllllllllllllllllllll llllll I llllllllllli II Ill llllIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllll Hi ! H Comflfments of CHATTANOOGA RADIO CO. HOITIC of Our High Standard Paint Will Protect Your Home and Keep It Looking New PARREN TS PAINT STORE Incorporated Phone 6-0524 614 Market Compliments of MARTIN-THOMPSON COMPANY Reach and Stall 86 Dean Athletic Equipment Wil Wite Swimming Suits 706 Cherry St. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Phone 6-2433 VINE STREET PHARMACY "Let "Clif, and "Jerry" Feed You 6-1231-"IT'S ON THE RUN" GI " X Xi I lpmfwffomx All -Q X 'X 'ra yxl ,,'Q,',-46, . Ist lfhffsae I R W ggi., Q. W fm A----"' mnmmzuzzui' i f.- f Q,,.,.,fE4:14..L4-' 'IFHIEI ww MUQCQAEIN Wh' .... X ':11', J , ' .M 41 - X X- j mnmuuunnxuunu 1 mmuuunnuul mrunuifillmvuTfFI'i"l lunu liif iihlu I H I11D1LmL..u.uJIIHlZ!Ix :--A 'Ei l We-1.i ..:v IN CHATTANOOGA THE NAME ..... M. B. EAVES 53 BROS. STANDS FOR "GOOD THINGS TO EAT" Operators of M. B. Eaves 86 Bros., Fancy Groceries, Delicatessen, Fruit and Vegetables Stop 'N' Shop, 618 Georgia Ave., a Complete Food Department Store The Y. M. C. A. Cafeteria When You Want Something Really Choice, Visit the Most Convenient of These Places Comblfments of DANIEL'S SHOE REPAIR PARLOR 17 EAST SEVENTH STREET LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN CAVERNS "Look in Lookout Caverns" - DINE AND DANCE Music by Johnny Mahoney and His Ten Tennesseans Comfliments of YELLOW DRIVURSELF CO. 5:35 E, 1' fl' 520 WI' H f, Q X W Lddig r ' , LQQEQQ.. 37 f N. fxgl THE ww MUQECASIIN -Clair ! C' QR ff 'R e , lx KX E T -E1 df 4 mlm N ? Xilifx QQ A 2 , I IIlunUiiiiiummnlllmululIIlllInfrIPFWEWBHlniihnilunuiliniu mmm nunmunummmrsuImnuuumummu A ur ui S IIILU CROWN-UPS AND CHILDREN ENJOY THE COMICS A Page of Popular Entertainers Every Day Four Pages fin Colorsj Every Saturday THE CHATTANOOGA NEWS The Newspaper That Brought the Comics to Chattanooga EVENING HOURS ARE READING HOURS THE READ HOUSE "Chattanooga's Civic Centerv 1:1 SERVICE COURTESY COMFORT EI , READ HOUSE COMPANY S. R. READ, President G. H. WARTMAN, Manager -O GH 1 77 Ea .. fp ,um ?x -- m H .U . "' .... ........ A. , 1 l' ig ,, infix ,E THE 11930 MOQQASIN A1 'ff' ----w-----:vv------ n -llll n -w1-'-IlI-llIl-----v---- . I 1-47 --I ff? My C OM PLIM EN TS OF Jo Conn Guild, Jr. TRINITY M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH Corner McCallie Ave. and Park Avenue REV. W. F. BLACKARD, Paslor J. VANCE HOLDOM, Sunday School Supl. SERVICES EVERY SUNDAY 11:00 A.M. and 7:30 P.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL PRAYER MEETING 9:30 A.M. Each Wednesday 7:00 P.M. EVERYBODY AWELC OM E aww XS .f .. ,.,,,,,.W t ff' -. THE ww MUQQASHN mmm -----.f-----------1--'ff1-'- COMPLIMEN TS OF Interstate Life 65 Accident Insurance Company CI-IATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE THE PROVIDENT LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. OF CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE THURMAN W. PAYNE General Agent FOR LIFE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT Agents EDWIN O. MARTIN A. C. CSCRAPPYD MOORE University of Chattanooga University of Chattanooga Alumnus Football Coach V0 Q Af! 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All ff f fi, 'tug ggi' A ff '75x, H " 'I I-'-1" mzmmznzng L., ,L-W,,g,,:U,,1-LTf..L1..,,f.. I of' wwfzwsf' -J 3. UFHJE woo MOCCASIN , Ivwvl--Il-1II-ful1----1--v----------u-u-- --x1enu::-:nu u asnnnuInfnnnrnnnuul----nnuunn-1-un--nu-- n umm vnlnnllnln nuununi-nim . i.- C OM PLI M EN TS OF Chattanooga Gas Company Compliments of AMERICAN LAVA CORPORATION Compliments of SOUTHERN FERRO ALLOY COMPANY if Q- X lx 1,11 W M E A aan M I N , ,MW - fi F ,iii RRY KK fn, E ,XE :XX 'F Fw qk xx THE ww MUQCQCASHN ggi llllllllllllI'll'lllll lllllllllIUIIllIIllUlilllIHIIUIIIIHIlllllllllllllllllllllllflllllllllllllllllIIYIlllllllIIIllIIIlllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIllIIIllll1IlllllllllllIIllllIIYIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Ill! X 5 X I 'dl-. Y m NWN COMPLIMENTS OF DIXIE MERCERIZING CO. COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND Thq cover for th1S. annual was Created Compliments of The DAVID MOLLOY CO, GRANT PATTEN 2857 N. WCSICII? A'veuue CO- Chicago, Illmoms COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND All is Ml UW -F X J X ,AQ-M f:1! 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