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

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Dr. Guerry, in the two years he has been our leader, has cncieart-tl hiin self to us all by his enthusiastic and untiring labor for the Lvniversity lllay the University continue to grow and prosper under his able gnitl ance and direction. 21 Faculty MAXWELL AUSTIN SMITH, PH.D. Dean Professor of French AIS., A.M., University of VVis-eonsin, 1917-1918, Ph,D.. Uni- versity of Paris. 1920, Assistant in Romance Languages Uni- versity of Vifisconsin, 1917, Instructor in French, Iowa State College, 1918, Lecteur Americain, University of Paris, 1918- 19205 lnstrur-tor in Romance Languages, University of VVis- consin, 1920-1922, Summer of 1922, Study in Centro de Estu- dios Historieos, Madrid, Professor of Spanish, Summer Scs- sion ol' University of Virginia, 1925: Director of Summer Ses- sion, I'nivcrsity of Chattanooga, 1926, On Leave of Absegice 1928-1929, as Assistant Professor of French University of Uailifornia at Los Angeles, Present Chair since 1922, Dean Since 1929. RUTH CLARK PERRY, A.B. Dean of Women Assistant Professor of Mathematics A.B., XVell0sIey College. 1912, Graduate W01'k at University of Chicago, Instructor in Mathematics and German Girls' Preparatory School. Chattanooga, 1912-1917, Head of Depart- ment ol' Mathematics, ibid., 1917-1922, Present Position since 1922. JOSEPH SEVIER CALLOWAY Associate Professor of Classics A.B., University of Chattanooga, 1921, M.A., Harvard Uni- versity, 1925, Harvard Graduate School, 1923-1927, Instruc- tor in Classics and Spanish, University of Chattanooga, 1921- 19233 Assistant Professor of Latin, Allegheny College, 1927- 1930. JOHN VVILLIAM EDWARDS, A.M. Professor of Chemistry B,S., Ohio VVesleyaII University 1395, A. M., Tufts College 1897, Assistant in Chemistry, Tufts College, 1896-1897, In- structor, Ohio YVesl0yan University, 1898, Professor of Chem- istry, Iowa VVG-sleyan College, 1898-1918, Present Postion since 1918, DAVID WILLIAM CORNELIUS, PH.D. Professor of Physics A.B., DePauw University, 1906, Assistant in Physics, De- Pauw University, 1905-1906, Assistant Instructor in Physics, Purdue University, 1906-1908, Assistant Instructor in Physics and Graduate Student, University of California, 1908-1910, Fellow, 1910-1912, and Ph,D. 1912, University of Illinois, Professor of Physics and Engineering, Ottawa University 1912-1913, Acting Assistant Professor of Physics and Astron- omy, University oi' Kansas, 1913-1915, Research, University of NN'isconson, Summer, 1915, Instructor in Physics, and Ra- dingrapher for University Hospital, University Of Missouri, 1915-1917, Professor ol' Physics, Alrna College, 1917-1920, Visiting Professor of Physics, University of Michigan, Surn- mer. 1920, Present Position since 1920. Louis FRANKLIN SNOW, PH.D. Professor of Rhetoric and Public Speaking PILB., Brown University, 1887, A.B.. Harvard University, 1899, A.M., ihid., 1890, l-'h.D,, Columbia University, 1903, In- structor in English, Brown University, 1890-1892, Dean, Wo- nien's College, Brown University, 1892-1900, Secreta1'y-Trcas- urcr, Examiner Co., New York, 1903-19055 Registrar, Teach- rrs' College, New York, 1905-1906, Head of Department of En,-Zflish, Normal and Training School. Cortland, New York, 190N-1909g Dean, Teachers' College, and Professor of Educa- tion. State University of Kentucky. 1909-1911, Professor of Philosophy and Education, VVells College, Aurora, N. Y., 1911-1912, Assistant in English and Librarian, University of Pittsburgh, 1912-1914, Associate Professor, Head of Depart- ment of English and Librarian, University of the Philippines, 1914-1915, Professor and Head of Department of English, ibid., 1915-1918, VVar VVDrk Vilashington, D. C.. 1918-1919, Associate Professor of English University of Alabama, 1919- 1921, Professor of English. University of Chattanooga. 1921- 1923, Instructing, English Literature, Peabody College, Sum- mer School, 1922, Northwestern University, 1923, Present Position since 1923. EDWIN SAMUEL LINNDSEY, PH.D. Professor of English A.B., University of North Carolina, 19195 A.M., ib-id., 1921: Ph.D., ibid., 1923, Teaching Fellow in English, University of North Carolina, 1919-1922, Assistant Director of Music. ibid., 1919-1920, Associate Professor of English, Converse College, 1923-1924, Present Position since 1924. 22 t i-..v-41.-0.14 W 5- 01.11-1 ..f. . , , 1F.a1ctu1lltty PAUL LESTER PALMER, A.M. l'rofv5sor of Education and Pxyflzoloyy A.B., Nurtllwvstvrn lluivt-rsity, 110213 M.A., ibisl., 15022, As- sistant De-nu, 0'oll0-grv ot' l.ilu-rnl Arts. Nurtltwm-stt-rn lfniver- sity, 15022-1502351 Grznltmu- Stuclvut. S0-luml nf lidtirzttituii. th:- Lfniyq,-rgqity tn' t'l1it-111441, 15021:-19253 Assistant in hltluczttiu, ibid.. Full Quurtt-r, 15021, ztntl Suruluvr St-ssinn, 15125, Ft-llmv in Etlut-zttimi, ilnitl., 1502-1-150253 l'r0-st-nt t'l1nir sinut- 150253 Ilezlll, 150219-11027-1102N. CLYDE VVILLIAM PIIELPS, Pu.D. Profcssor of liconomifs and Com nzfrcc A.13., Hzxrvmwl l'nix't1rsity, 19225 l'h.lb., l'nix't-rsity ot' 'lwuluust-, 15024, Summm-x S4-mvstvrs, 15023 nut! 15021 at Ht-itlt-lln-rg zlutl Vienna I'nix't-rsitit-ts: Iustrurtnr, llrukt- l'niv0-rsity, 12024-150253 Prvsm-lit Position sinru 15025. VVILLIAM BEST HESSliL'l'1NE, PHD. Proffssor of llislory A.B., XV:xshiug'tuu ztufl 1.4-v Vnivvrsity, 150225 Bl..-X., Vuivtriity of Virginia, 15025, 1'l1.Il., Ulxiu Stun- l'nix't-rsity, 192Ng '1'Hm'lwr of History :tual Gvngx':x1rlly, Vuivtfrsity Militnry Svlmul, Moluilv, Alahzuuzt, 15022-19234, l'rnt't-ssur ut' History mul Surizxl Suit-m-.5 Svzirritt-M0rl'iSVillt- thllogu-, Murrisvillv. Missuuri, 15023-150241 lustruvtnr in History, l'nivt-rsity ut' Arkztuszts, 1102-1-15025: G1'zullmts- Assistant, Uhin Stun- l'uix'0-rsity, 150213-15025: ,Xs- sistzmt 1'r00t'vssur ut' History, lluivvrsity ut' Missouri, SUIIIIIH-'I' 150235 P11-st-nt l'HSilit!ll sin:-v 1502N. FRANK VVILLIAMS Pki:sC0'1"1', Pu.D. fldoljilz S. Urlzs Profvssor of City fi0"UI'fllIlll'7ll A,B,, Vuiversity ut' Now Ilaunnshirv, 150150, ALA., l'uix't-rsity oi' XYisc011sin, 15021: l'l1.l0., il0iml,, 150253 Instrut-tor ut' Aluvricuu Histury nufl tiovt-rulnt-nt. Wit-llitzt High Srluml, Katnsns, 15021- 150223 Assistant lustrut-tor Uuivs-rsity nl' Wist-unsin. 15020-1921, 15022-1925, Assistant l'1'ot's-ssur nl' llistury nncl Pnlititfnl Soi- t-mw-, The 'l'uluus- l'uivm-rsity ut' lmuisinun, 15025-150285 Visit- ing Professor tit-ni'1-iw IH-zxlmtly Vullt-p.:s-, Nnsllvillt-, Sumnn-r. 150285 Prt-stent. lmsitiuu siuwt- 1502N. BLINN OWEN, M.M. Associau' Profrssor of Music M.M., undur M. ltlztzurvttm-, :uni Assistant und Ciulleztgue of Ellison Van Hnusug Study Unclt-r l0'r:tnz Zirnnulrmnng Dean ot' Musif- Schnol, St. l1lztry's Unllegv, littlvixli, N. t'.g Mt-mln-r of Fm-ulty, Cudek Unuswrvutory nl' ltlusir, t'l1a.ttuuonga, 19221- 150265 Urg'z1uist :mtl f'11l01I'IIl2lStPl', St. l'uul's Episr-01ml t'l1u1-ch. C'hattnnoof.:a. siuvt- 150233 1111-nxhur nt' Aunt-rimui Guild of Or- gauistsg Fouutlm-r ut' St. t'v0'ili:t Clubs, liuloigli. N. t'., Savan- nuh, Ga., and t'l1ntt:umng'zL. T4-uu.3 l'r0-st-nt Position slum- 1926. RoLLo Arlvonn Kimukx, R.D. Jsxofiale Profrssor, Miami IVl1i1f T4-mpln Dfparlmcnt of Rrlzgmus Edumtzon ,lxsorzafe Profrxmr of Sorzology .-MB., Liilitlllllllllj' Vtzlltfgn, 150113 ILIO., l'niun 'l'lu0ulog:it-nl Sem- iunry, 150143 l'nstur, Nt-w York Annual t'nm11t'L'!'t-110-el, 1501-1-1!01Ng Vhaplnin, l'. S, Arxny, 1101s-11019: Dirt-t'trn', Rurztl l4r'2lllt'!'Sl11D aucl Rt-ligiuus Eclurnticni, '1't-lun-ssvv NV:-slvyzui Full:-gt-, 15020- 150273 l'1'vsvnt Pflsitinu sin:-v 15027. Isoslei, Giuscolvi, AJS. Insirurior in Engliyh A.R., Minrni Ulliversity, 1102403 flrntlllutv XYui'k. 1'uivt-'rsity of Clmivztgo, 15021-19223 Grzuluutv Work Bryn Mawr t'40llvg.:'t-, 15025- 1502133 Prost-ut Position slum- 15024. with lvzuw- ol' nlvsvinw- 15025- 15r20i, for grucluntn- work. 23 1 "0 tvs' ff, Faculty TERRELL LOUISE TATUM, A.M. Instructor in Spanish A.B., University of Chattanooga, 19245 Graduate Vvork, Sum- mer School of Spanish, Middlebury College, Summer, 19263 Graduate School, Peabody College, Summer, 19285 M.A., Mid- dlebury College, 19305 Present Position since 1924. ELEANOR MCGILLIARD, A.M. Instructor in Biology A.B,, A.M.. University of Cincinnati, 1925-19273 Graduate Nvork, University of Chicago, Summer, 1926: Graduate As- sistant in Botany, University of Cincinnati, 1925-1927, Pres- ent Position since 1927. C. EMERY TROXEL, M.B.A. Instructor in Economics and Commerce B.S. in Cornmerce, University of Iowa, 19293 M.B.A., North- western University, 1930: Research Scholar, lnstitute for Re- search, Northwestern University, 1929-19303 Present Position since 1930. KATHARINI2 RAHT, M.A. Instructor in French A.B., Bryn Mawr, 19231 M.A., ibid.. 1924g Instructor, The Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, 1924-19275 Shipley School, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, 1927-1928, Present Position since 1928. FRANK BAISDEN Instructor in Art Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1922-1926: Mural Painting Award, 19233 Cresson European Travelling Scholar- ship, 19253 Member, Fellowship P. A. F. A.: Represented in the Collection of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Fellowship of the P. A. F. A, and privatelyg Present Posi- tion since 1928. VIOLA TANSEY, A.B. Librarian A.B., University of Chattanooga., 19243 Library Assistant, Chattanooga Public Library. 1924-19263 Library Assistant, University of Tennessee Library, 19263 on leave of absence, 1929-19303 Present Position since 1926. MRS. J. WILLIS MANSON Director of Women's Physical Education B.S.. Oklahoma College for VVomen, 19245 Graduate Work, Northwestern University School of Physical Education, Sum- mer of 19243 Director of VVomen's Physical Education, Cen- tral High School, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1924-19265 Pres- ent Position since 1929. 24 Faculty ELIZABETH WILEY, B.M. Diploma from Muskingum College Conservatory: B.M., Chi- vago Musim-al College, under Percy Grainger. Felix Borowski, Edward Collins, Wrsley La Violetto: Instrut-tor. Theory and Piano, Chicago Musical College, Summer ol' 1928: Prt-sent Position since 1927. MRS. ORRELLE F. CORNELIUS, A.B. Special Instructor in Dramaties Graduate Indiana State Normal School, 1907: Indiana State Teachers' College, 1909: Graduate Study at Ottawa Univer- sity, 1912-1913: University of Kansas. 1913-1915: University of Wisoonsin, Summer, 1915: University of Michigan, Summer, 1920: Graduate Palmer Institute of Authorship, 1926: In- structor in English and Art, Indiana State Normal School, Spring and Summer Terms. 1907-1912: Supervisor of Art, City Schools, Brazil, Indiana, 1909-1912: Direvtt-d and took part in college. church, woman's club and Little Tha-ater dra- matlus in: Lawrence, Kansas: Alma. Michigan: Alma College: University of Missouri: Chattanooga VVnman's Club: and Little Theater of Chattanooga: Present Position since 1928. LUCY ANN NEBLETT, A.B. Graduate from University of Texas, 1929: Graduate Study at University of Texas, 1930: Present Position since 1930. S. F. BRE1'SKE Comptroller BETTY BLOCKER Registrar Mks. JOHN VV. SAUNDERS Secretary to the President 25 70'-mfeva' , 1 f,,2,,?,,'J,1,Qfi,ifibfnHmfvsfiufiifafiifvhfnifnfmfvsfafql' n N1- ,,,f,i ' 1 !viiisTn?pn. A fifpvfwim? .qu9m?n'5n5ar' A! .. I 6 ,1 Z 1 'I 4 'Q I. I , wl ., Q 1 E . I ,Q , ,I- . H , an flhfiiixfnifxfnfifm'nfm'ivfmfmfn'iwfinfzvfifig'i5fi5fQfg'gfqQfgyfQifgu'n'nfv!'mfn'nfqfmfqi'n9y5'mfvx'n'nfvr rS'vx'n'n vw is vw W vi vs rv f we A W A A v A ml 9 I 5 1 l 2 MILDRED NORTON HERMAN BARNETT BRANTLEY WATSON Education MARY NENA BALES PAUL LONG Junior Faculty Chemistry French PAULETTE MARO1' English WILLIAM MCGHEE ELIZABETH ' Physics PAUL FARMER MARY LOUISE KROPP REED GARDNER WILLIAM SHENKER SP RUTH ,e .E .Q anish Greek MARTIN ENID PARKER Economics and Commerce LIONEL SILVERMAN EDWARD GEAGAN 1 41 26 N. sf? I Q Q CHARLES HERRON WILLARD KEY'SER PARKER u , EID, , I I A A , 'N gQ,pH,g-ooio.0o,,l uooonooaoaaoognvonno ,,.,,,...'.,.,.., H ..,...... ,.., , H 1' EIL THE CLASSES ,, Wi, , . 6 fx., ls.: rx.:-rx: I-sa-lsJ- -Aa-rv-63-INJ-l'xa-FNJ' -'CSI-'CNJ'-.N3 fs,-rxa.vs.a.N.5. .lsr-rsff - . Usa- L Sf- --hx N.. 1 A 1'-fi JA tQf?KD1 :fp-f, 'Q A rv ,L -X xx--xx - ' X- ymxx x.,x X N X N Q S X S Q X Q. X Scnimr Cllalss MARGARET EMILY ALLEN XS? DAYTON, TENNESSEE Candidaiff for I-1.13. Ijfgfree 'I'1'ILIIsI'I-I'I'vd i'I'uIII lmvn-1I1mI't, lfulln-QI-, 'QSM Y. NV. C. A '30, H113 S1vzIIIislI Club, 'iillg ,X111l'l'i1'2ll1 IIiLc:I'zItu1'e 411115 '30. MARGARET ELIZABETH ALSOBROOK X S2 BOLTON, MISSISSIPPI Cmzfiidzzlw for B.S. Ijngrvc 'I'I-mlsl'--I'I-I-Il i'1'ruIII Millsaps Nullm-gag Y. XV. if. A. Cubi- IIUL, 'lilg H4vII01'zII'5 lTl1v1IIist1'y Vluh. RUBY MAY BAILEY EDVV,-XRIJSVILLE, ALABAMA Calzdidala for 3.13. Degree TrIIIIsfuI'I'I:d funn '1'c-IIIIvssuIz NYosloyzxII Cnllugmz, '31 Y. NV, G. A., '31. Senior Qllalss MARY NENA BALES .X A H CIIATTAXOOGA, TENNESSEE Candidalc for .-l.I3. Ilrgrfe B+-tu Pi 'l'l1ut41, '30, '31, NVomvn's Pam-Hellenic liuun cil, '29, l'r1-siclent, '30, S1-1-11-tm'y, '31, President IH- ! batimr Vinh, 'ZXQ Tntercolln-gizltv In-hating '1'.am, '28 Vice--Pre-sidm-nt Class. '30, Sl'l'I't'l2ll'y Y. XY. C, A.. '20 C0-:ffl Vulillinll, '25, '29, '30, 'Sill lizlske-'th:1ll, '28, Skip ps-rs, '2sg E14-vtimx CO1TlHlif,Yl't', '29, 'Kill Reporter Sul dn-nt Holly, 'EUC Junior Prom lfinzlnm- 1'hairmun, 'Zio Il1I9l'lHlfi0ll1l.l In-lations Cluh, '30, '31, Honor Roll, 'iw Assistant in 1511114-zlliun, 'SL YULA ELLEN BARKER ll.-XLEYVILLE, ALABAMA Candidate for .I.li. llwgwv A., '30, '31, Spanish Club, '30, B1-tzL Pi Theta, "Sl Houur Roll, '30. FLORA BECK A A n CI'IA'l"l'ANO0CA, TENNESSEE Camlidaie for 17.13. Dfgrn' T1'ux1st'w-111-rl from Martlln xV2lSIlilliIl1'lI1 Colla-ge, 'ZLL Tl'ZlI1S1-t'1'l'l'4l from Tn-11m-ssl-fu XVm-sln-yzul, '34Ig Y. W C p. Senior Class BILLIE BENNETT 11 ll 111 C'l.-Yl"l'1XN00G.'K, TENNESSEE f,'a111fi1l11l1' for 11.8. Drgrff ALBERT MARTIN BEQUETTE, R. 'I' A E c111x'1"1'Ax00GA, TENNESSEE Camlidzlrf' for R.B..-1. Dfgrcr' Lf: '1.fOv,A T205 F1'EfSllIllZiD Football, '27 , , , ,..a, 30, P11-si mln-111. 'illg I11t4-1-rmutirmzxl R1-lations Club, '20 "XO "Sl Q1-1' - - - 1 "' 1 ':sS. 'SZUJ Studs- I ' y -' 4llllll'll, 'Sly Husinvss M1111 . -. -., ml, .al'RlL1L'IiCV '9' " zu.2'1'x- "Elm-1-asinjl '31, GRACE BICKERS II B KD CllA'I"I'ANO0G.-X, TENNESSEE Candidale for :1.B. Dagrce j l'lny1-rs, '2!Ig Vhurus and Choir, '29, '30g l-'11-111-lx Play, '30g Beta Pi Theta, '31. Senior QHEHSS MILDRED L. BROWN A A II ELGIX, ILLINOIS Camlidrllr' for :1.B. Deyjlw' lIItvI'natioII:Il lhllutiuns Flulx, '27, '3N: f'lIrIlr, " IN Y. NV. f', A., '2S. '29, '30, 'ISL FENTON D. CAREY A A T CIm'I"I'.xNO0G.I, TENNESSEE Carzclidalv for 1?.B.:l. Dvyrfv Spzxnish Club, '27, 'ZYQ Spzmish l"!ay, ':Kg Y, AI, V, X '28, '29, PI'PSlfll'llf. 'iitlg Junior Prom f'mIInIi1t:1- fr Treasure-I' Se-uim' Vlznssg "Mm-vasiII" Staff, 'lllg "ICI-lm Sizlff, 'SL AMIE OSEPHINE CHAMBERS A A H CIIA'I"1',xNO0GA, TENNESSEE Candiflaif for .1.B. Dfgrec TFL'8SUYL'l' Frm-slIrIIzIII Vlnssg Y. XV. C. A,, '27 'ZX 'Hn Football SIIUIISUF, '21ig Skippn-I's Club 'ZS '2'I- Fu ul ImriI1i0n Club, us, '29, '30, 131, .Iuhim-'Imflil If. mittee, '29g Sturlm-IIL limly Reporter, '29, Hlmir, '2N, "0 Trial by Jury, '29, Baseball, 'JNL Senior Glass ELMA CHAPMAN A A II UTICA, NEW YORK Cundidafe for ,fI.1?. Degrfc Transfcrrud frurn VVull0sIey, '30, ELLEN MORRILL COOLIDGE CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE Candidaie for !I.l?. Dfyrcc' Assistant in French, '25 '26, '27 MYRTLE KATHRYN COTTER A A II cI1A'r'1'AN00GA, TENNESSEE Candidate for ,f1.B. Degree Co-ed Cotillion Club, Vice-Prosidcxt "P 1 . -S, Sxcretary, ' Imdder ol Junlox' Prom 'WI' Ch ' '9' ' , ... , , OIT, ..?s, '29, '30, Spanish Playrfrs. '29, '30g Opvrettzxs, '28. '29 '30 YVith the Dance '3 ' ' " " ' L, 0, spoumh Llub, 28, '29, ,iog C. A., 12s. Y. , '30, Beta Pi Thvta 30: 313 Ou W. Scimiwr Glass NORTON B. CRANE CHATTANOOGA, Tlexxnssisn Candidufe for I3.Ix'.n7. Ilrgrn' Fruslimun Cheer Leader, '28, Fcrrmeiisiis Cuunc-il, '23, '29, Prl-sident. '30, '31, President Illf1'I'll4Ll1lll11ll liolzi- tiuns Club, '29, viii?-P1'6Slf1E'Ylt Soplmrximw- Class. '20, Varsity C111-L-r Leader, '29, '30, Tran-k '1'1'1l.lll, '29, '30, '31, Intercollegiate Dobatirxn Tvurn, '29, '30, '31, Sur:- onil Prize Patten Oration, '29, Sludefnt. lin-lzltions Cum- mitteo, '29, Blue Kvy, '29, Vim--Prusimlvnt, '30, Treas- urvr, '31, Chairman RQ-solution f1flYT1lll111t't' S. 1. A. A., '29, Assistant Business Manzurei' "Mm'I':IsiII", '29, Busi- nvss Mztnager "MocI'asiI1", '30, "U" Ululu, '29, '30, '31, Vic-fe-1'resi41e-nt Y. M. C. A., '30, l'I'1-sinh-IIt Student Noun:-il, '31, Vice-President l"zIII-llm-llvlxiv Umlxxcil, '31, Boosts-I' Club, '30, '311 Junior Prom Vuxmxrilittcu, '30, "Er'ho" Staff, '29, Prc-sidl-nt Stumlm-ut liurly, '31, WILLIAM R. CURTIS CHATTAXOOCA, TEXNFSSIQYC Candidalz' for .'1.l?. D1'gr1'4' VIRGINIA DEAKINS CHATTANOOGA, TE N NIZSSIEE Candidate for f1.B. Dcgrre Sfwcretary Freshman Class, '28, Stuflont Bully Snug l.e:Ifl0r, '28, '29, '30, '31, Co-ed Cotillinu Club, '28, '29, '30, '31, Tr9a.suI'eI'. '29. Vic-C--Presidn-nt, '31, Trial by Jury, '29, Choir and Glee Club, '29, '30, l'nivI-rsity 1'lzIyvI's. '30, XVOmen's Pmi-Hvllm-Iiiu Cmixwil, '30, '31, 1'I'I-sim-nt, '31, Secretary and TI-I-usIII'I-I' Junior Class, '30, Yi:-c-President Sophonmrl- 4'l:Iss, '29, Stullvnt f4ULll1t'il, '30, Basketball, '30, '31, Hm-key, '30, '31, ISIISIWDFIII, '30. Captain, '31, XV. A. A., '31, Spunisli Club, '30, SpziIIiSh Play, '30, '31, "xI0t'1'2lSiIl" Stuff, '31, Junior Prom CmnIIIittcI-, '30. 1 Studi-nt Sigma, "I Scniccmr Qllass W. F. DURHAM CHA'l"l'ANO0CA, TENNESSEI5 Cumiidalr for .-1.13. IJ1'f1f1'f' I'I!l11'l'.1I frmn Iinrwl 4T.nllm-1.10. '21, RUTH ENTREKIN MT. ZION, GEORGIA Cmzdidalw fur ,Al.13. Ilfrgrfr Tri livin, '30, '3l. PAUL OSBORN FARMER A A T ST. ALQCUSTIXIQ, I'7I.ORIUA Cazzdidatr far HS. Dfgrrr' Assistant in Vhysic-s '29, 'EIL '313 Sigma Pi lr. 'Slip SlllfIl'lll f'uum'il, 'CHQ l'nivo1'sily Play- ors. '30. Senior Qllalss BOWDEN FINDLEY lil A E CAVE SPRINGS, GEORGIA Candidate for B.S. Dvyrm' Fra-shinzui Football, '26g Froslxmzm liztskvtlmll, '26 Varsity Football, '27, '29, '30, All S. l. A. A., 'ZW 'SW Cziptuin, '30g Junior Prom Committue '20, llll-11's l"ziu Hullenil-, '30, Student Counr-il '31, l'i'4-sill:-nt S nin Class, '31, Vice-President Sturlm-nt limly, '31, lutvrnzi tional Relations Club, '30, '31, Eli-vtinu Wmmmittt-1-, 'Ill RICHARD Fox A X CHATTAXOOGA, TENNESSEE Candidate for 1?.1?.,'l. Dwgrn' Enters-cl from Virginia in 1929, Forvnsin- l'vlll4'il, Sm-Y rvtary, '31, Elevtiolx Uurixniitti-mf, '31, ALBERT REED GARDNER A A T CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE Candidate for B.S. D4-grae Business BIRIIELQQI' "Handbook," 'ZH. '20, liusiru-ss Mem- ugvi' "Em-ho," '291 "Pinaforn-," '20, l'i1ix'v1-sity l'.uy4-rs '29, President, '30, Theta Alpha Phi '30, Tl't'2lSLll'3l' 'iilg Sigina Pi Sigma, '29, X'ic'c-l'rvsi1li-nt, '30, St'C'l'l'lill'j amd Treasurer '31g Blue Key, Sm'x'vtu1'y, '30, '31, Asf sistant in Physics, '30 '31, Eclitm' "Mm-1-:isi1i,"'31 l"or'e11siv Council, '29, '30, '31, Iiitoiw-ollvprizitv In-buliiig 'Fvz1m. '30, Y. M, C. A.. 'IIN '29, Til. 'l'r.'zm11x'1-r, '31 Band, '28, '29, '30:. Bzwli:-lor 01' Ugliiu-ss, '31. Seminar Class EARLE E. GARRETT CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE Candidate for 14.8. Dfgrfe CLARENCE L. GENTRY A X CHATTANOOGA. TENNESSEE Cmzdidatv for KS. Dngrrr Varsity Football, '28, '29. '30, Froshmnn Football, '2T: linskethall, '28, '29, '31: Tennis, '28, '29, Trzwk, '29, '30, 31, Lrlee Llub, JS, 29, 303 C, Club, 29, 30. 313 Pinaforv. '28g Trial by Jury. '29, IQOIIIPO and Juliot, 295 Junior Pr-om Committee. '30, Student Campaign Managvr-, '29, '30, '31, Choir, '29, '30, A. ELLIS GooDLoE fb A E CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE Candidatf for B.S. Degree Edwards Prv-Med Soviety. Scniicor Class ERVIN PAUL Gnoss A X IIARVEY, ILLINOIS Canrlidatw for BS. Dfyrfr '1'I'2ll'k, '29, '30, '31, F'I'h'ShIl1!lll lmslu-tlmll. '2Sg Var- sity llzxslcm-tbull. '29, '30, '31, FrvsIIIIIIIII lfnollmll, '27 Varsity Football. '28, '29, '30: ftillbfllill lffmilmll, 'IMI "l"' Club, '29, '30. Vi1:effPI'I-sidmxt, 'tllg Vvillllvl' High Point Pup I!ll0l'f1'il.tk'I'!litj' 'Frm-lc M1-I-t, '29, XViIIII1-I' of 'IR-IIIIIII-1011 Cup, '301 Blue Kvy. '30, Vin-I--l'I'vsi4lI-III, '31 Assistant I4 I1-slllnzxl Tri Bvta, '30, TH. CHARLES STEWART HERON CH.-YFTANOOCIX, 'I'ENNlfSSlflf Canflidatw for Ii,S. llryrfr Greeks, '31, FLOYD R. HIGI-ITOWER A X HILLSBORO, TEXAS Camiidalf for ILS. lJwg1r1'r in 1'heIxIislry, '30, 'fllg f'lI:lrt1-I' M1-Inlu-1' Sl I-:I 5' I Ifuullvzlll, 'STI Varsity Fumlmzxll, '25, '39, 'flflg "IJ" Club, Izu, '30, '::I. s 4 Senior Class MARSHALL G. HOWELL la R CIIA'l"l'ANOOGA, TENNESSEE CllllfiiLil!f!' for .-1.13. Drgwe 'I'rz111sI'vrrvd from 1'arqoxl-Nm-xv1111111 Cullvge, '30' Y 12 A.. '3'!ll, 'tllg Ms-11's Puzx-He!lL-nic' Uounwil, '30. LOUISE SANFORD HUDSON x sz CH ATTANOOCA, TE N NESSIZ I2 Candidalr for A-1.8. Dfgrnf Ilmxlurm-, 25: G11-44 Fluh, 'ZS '29, '303 Y. XY. C. A '29, '30, '313 Trial by Jury, 'ZEN Spanish Club, '29 '30 TI'iH'k, 'Bug E14-1-Limm limnvnittm-1-, 'QSM l'hOir T502 Mikado .103 Junior Prom tvumlulttve, '30, CORINNE HARPER 2 A CHA'l"l'ANOOGA, TENNESSEIC Candidaff for :I.l3. Iifyrwf Ti in Pi Thvfzl. 'I!0. 'fill Y. VV. C, A, f'i1llillt'K "YU '71 Bluv Ridge DA1og:mA vm. ' ' ' ' R 4 ,vm ., ,- 1, 5. ,w 5:-AL H , - - ' u f .,z.,v' .A N x, X , X5-S-Mm, 1 .fflfwsfg ! A , 1 2 I 1 1 1 x Scmiwr Qllanss AMES E. JARVIS flv A Z Cllix'1"1'ANo0cA, 'rrcxxxcssslz Candidalw for JJ2. Dwgrfz' lmsim-ss lvlzulzlgs-r "E:flm". '30, '31, ULxix'vx':1it5 lic-ily Uil'1-rftur. '29, '30, '21, LEITNER ol-1NsoN II 15 fb JACKSONVILLE, FL0R1n,x fjlllldidtlft' for 41.13. Drgfrfr AZILEE COOPER OHNSTON X E 21 CHA'1"1'ANO0GA, 'rENNEssriE Candidaff for A-1.13. Dfgrcf Vvinnvr 'I'r'i B4-ul Ka-y, '2S3 Mombe-I' Tri Bula, '29 +I 'lilg Vic-11-I'1'c-sich-l1t. Tri Beta '29, '31, Member ' SHT, '29, '30, wal, lfnivm-my Play rs, '30, '::1g x xx fl A., '2N, '20, '30 '31, Pzmltvn Urrmturir-al Vontvsl ' Mm-lulwx' Spzmislm Club, '29, '30, '31, I , 1' , '.,f:f,TK ,ff--A , , ' lf,-Q 1, . -. y., 3 I . -' , 5 I 2 x .A .iff L B 1 -Qi-Efnffi f'f'k:1.4. 5 1 x Vx 1 - sfwfi -:Iwo ...Aux Au. . 1, Senior Class ANTON KEONINGER ROSCOE, PEnNsYI.vANIA Candiziatz' for B.S. Degrve I4'resh1m1n F L Club. '20, '30, '31, , K MARY LOUISE KROPP SIGNAL MOUNTAIX, TENNESSEE Candidlztz' for B.S. Dcgrre Varsity Basketball. '28. '20, '30, '31, Malmger, '29 Vaptziill, '30, '31, Skippu1'sClub, '28, '29, VV, A. A., '30 '31, Tuunis, '28, '29, Trzwk. '28, '29, Y. XV, U. A. ZA 19, 30, 01, 5l1C','lHil. P1 Signm, '30, 1'x'l-sinh-ut, '31 Student Professor' ol' lN1?IllN'I11?ltit'S lfll-llenic, '31, Adolph S. Oc-h's Vonust. '30g "Ef,eh0' Stuff. '31, Assistant, in Physiz-s, '31, Honor Roll, '30 '31, Honors in Physics, Stuxlm-nl Body Hlevtirxlx Com mitlwe, '31, MOLLY LAMOREAUX CHATTANOOCA, TENNESSEE Candidaiz for 11.12. Dcgrn' Y. w. cn A., '19, '30, P1-1-simfm, '31, CU-ea mm- linn Vlub, '20, Presidelll, '30, Heprvr-tier, '313 NVoma11's 122111-Hellorxicx Vir-4--Prusident '30g Junior Prom Com- mittec, '30, University Pluyvrs '29, '30, Theta Alpha Phi. '30, Pr-vsulem, '31, uhm-. '23, '29, "1xIikad0", 'Laos Intl-rmltional Relations Club, '30, '31, Vice-President, '31, "Ec'1m" Stuff, 'illg St-?l'I'HT2lI'j' Senior Class, '31. ootbnll, '2T: Varsity Imotbilll, '28, '29 '20 , '30, VVon1zux's Pzmf Senior Qllalss ENNY LOVELL LEA X S2 CllA'I"I'ANO0GA. 'IYXNESSPCIC Camlidalr for .'I.1?. llrgfrw' xskmlmll, TSO. 'ZHQ Skimu-rs 'QM Yinw--I'r1-sidfxlt ln 111-1-ullegizxlv Ds-hinting 'l'4-um, '29, 'Hug Blue- Iiislge 11111 xlv, 'EEIQ Y. XV, 1', A. Vuhinot, 'SIM Stmls-ut AS-ls lm 0. '31, ln-asllrw-1' Snplmmorv Flzlss, 'ZUL C'l1mmxu I IT. B. A, Party, 'Img Intorzmtirmul In-lzntions ln '30, '31. EVA LEOPPER II B fl' OAKIJALIZ, TENNESSEE Calzdidrlir for .-1.13. DFflI'l'1' 'l'l'2lllSfk'l'l'K'd frcvm 'lkfnm-ssoe XW-sl:-yzxu X. XV. C' ELEANOR E. LOVE A A H ST. I'li'I'liRSBURG, FLORIDA 1'ulle-gs' Camiiflaif for .'I.1?. IJrgfrrr A., YS, '29, WUI, 'Sli Ulm- 1 Interllzltiouzxl Iwlutions Vluh. Vluh 'H 'H fu .. li. "J I il li ---Q-4 Il I P E13 5 3 i S I W' I I, I I I ...--,,.,., ,. S Er. :gg I YI U .Q I ,QSWTSI I -.L,,TALL.. SI Elfw- 5 Yurfity Tvrmis, '2fa. '30, 'Sli Winner Doubles, I . A I I I In I I. , I.. I I Senior Class - VII ROBERT CARL LYNN, JR. I- A CHA'l'l'ANO0GA, TENNESSEE A Candidate for B.B.,-I. Degrff II' , ' If' yi '. 4 Jllllilll' Prunx Committee. W III IIII-' I EW R' I il I I wifi: ' ' .N '15 I , i I .H , . DIXIE LANIER LEWIS 11'-. I ' e. I , fr, A 2 I , CHATFANOOGA, 'TENNESSEE wie , r . lf Candzdale for Ii.I3.,4. Dpgrrv lm , ,I a. Band '30, 'iilg f1l'4jhL'SfFE'l '30, 'i!1. 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'20, '30 'fili 'I'l'i Bvlli. I I ur 1-1 ' 30 nl. I I I g 1 5 I I I I I I I , I I, I 1 PAULETTE YVONNE MAROT t I 3 s P.-IRIS, FRANCE K I I 5 5 Candidalf' for .1.li. lirgffnf QI I I I I 1CI'AfI"l'l'l'l from Uxlivorsity ol' Sul-lmnm-, 'SNL I I I z I - 3 I I I 4 , I I I I I 1' 5 I W I I 1 I I I RUTH ELEANOR MARTIN I Q E i ' . 5 cI1A1'rANUOGA, 'lixxlissrtri Z 5 Q . I f 2 Candzdzllz' for .-1.12. Ilrgrfz' 1 N, 5 I I I Xssismnt in Spanish, '30, 'Sig Ilmmr hull, 'ZH U, 2 I Q '313 Spanish Club. '29, '30, 'Ella Y, W. 1' A., '31, I Z L I e I I 5 I a Q E I i I I I L 1 .. f AI . , , 1 ., .I , ii 1. , 7. I 5 5 ,, I, .I .qffifim " -W V , Q 23,12- - I ,, 'wiiqgfg Iii? . , f .- 4 5.u:1f"f'AyA ff! , , lrejftw M ' -A ', P 1 -'TERQEQ ' . ' JV-1952-E P " H A 3 . ,,., -23 i : ' A. 6 Tziff-Tf" " "" I.I"" ' '133?:7-"LPM--A:fi'f M5241 gy,-55,5 , I ,-1.33335-xgmfgjiffgfa ' , - I If gym y:-gin kg ' X -K V , ':3,.f'f+' , H , - ,Xw-g,-- , yi3,g:gm.Qggffgg ,guise 4-ni azmf ,M gsm? 3 ' Q if--1 , . ' if W, -1 wmg ,I A -sr, , ,,1' II I , A I . f It Q- I - A ff vu I Senior Qilass TRAMMELL IVAN MOORE dh A E TUNNEL HILL, GEORGIA Candidate for ,4.B. Dngree IFIf.t?1'1'l?tti01lil1 Relations Club, '28, '29, 1'l'QSid9!lt, '30, '31, ANNE ELIZABETH PARKER CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE Candidalc' for .4.B. Dcgrze Tri Tleta, '29, SecI'etaI'y, '30, President, '31: Signm Tau Ilvltzi, '29, Vic-P-Presidexit, '30, President. '31g Beta Pi Theta, '30, S6f'I'Et3l'y, '31g Evlm Staff. '30, Y. VV. KT. A., '31: Honor Hull. '2S, '29, TSO: Assistant in Eng- lish, '31g Caiididatv for Honors in Frm-Iioh, '31. I-IOYT PARKER 'IP A E BOAZ, ALABAMA Candidate for 4.13. Degree lIItv1'IIz1li01Iz11 Relations Club, '28, '29, Vilfli-P1'0Sidi'Ht. '30 ,,. '1 5 1 - v 1 1 ,, ,R N-.- --..-,.--.,--...-L.,....... ..-.-.,.-., , e i X r V: ,.. 2 ' c 4 E 1 Z ' 3 1 l 1 3 l 1 , Q 5 5 2 2 : x 1 i - mm, m,,,M,WM,,M,,M,,,,,,,,.,Q,1 3-.A-...----. . L ,LL .-L,,,,-,,. 3 ,!.....,--..-,.- . .. 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IP 4 w l l W. l T, 1 A L J F ' ROBERT PRocToR . l sCo'1'TsBoRo, ALABAMA ' I 1 f I I. . 3 U Candzdate for ILI3..-1. Dfgrcc 5 2 5 4 5 v g I 1 ' i Q 2 Q : 1 ' 1 S ' 1 I l 1' 1 l K . . - -, .,,. I ' , L... L, Af. 4-1. f Qi 1 Y . N 'img 5 4 A-.,. QE L V 'll-S15 k' .ffzp .5 523312 lbs Ee? l l fl. L f!li5+l'3 fifi? . if fi' f , . 5559i liiiffi ', 5525? Wi" '11-f ' -' ,..i:',t'.g:.g.i:1:::::':.., ...3'::g,Lg1q7:.::'f74"2fi1,'2?WS-2? 3 4 5 L,..,,g.'.-...-..'.gg-QLiLIL.g,, f'L......"- ?' 'xx . .,,.,sl.aEL..i...L:1::..2 -. .",f" ' "U 1 ' in 7 i 1. 1, y I I Y' I Senior Class LEWIS C. PENNEBAKER A A 'l' L'll.x'I'1'.xx00r:,x, '1'I-NNIQSSEZQ Calllfidzllf for .l.l3. IJ1'gfr1'r Qiqnm 'l':lu li,-ltzxj liwllnl. '19 M1111zxg.:l-r, 'Cllr H:1l14'l musll-1'. 'itll Hx-vll--sl1':x, '20, Wm, 'tllp Slnmisln Play Lfll, '30, 'Lili Spunislx Vllllu, 'JW '31, "l11r'lm" Stuff 'flfh 'f!l. SARA KEITH RAULSTON A A ll C l I .-Yl"l'.X NOOILX, 'l'l5 N N ESSIC Ii C.:111fidrlI1' for ,l.l2. Dffflwz' 4-wr:-l:u1'3 Frvslnllzln Vlzlss. '!T: 'l'!'v:1s1n'1-1' Snpllmxlulw luss. 'QV Sl-flu-l:l1'5'-'I'1 :xsllw-1' Sfllllblll li-uly' '301 X1-4 lnfnll-In Sl'IllllI'K'l1lSS, 'illg "Un XVill1 ilu- llum-s-" u 14 P : I'--Am nt my-.141-w.'..rs11ilm vim., '::11 Y. W. +2 A' 'fllg 1'ul4-st Girl, 'CHL RUTH RAYMOND Y X' Z1 L'1l.K'l"l'.KYUOIZ x, TFXXFSSFIA' lrullslm-l'1'vml lrum lim-H-21 1'rrll1-gl-, '29, Y. XY. 17. A., '30, 'ZH1 Plvrlgm' 'l'l'i livin, '30, fll'4'll Sll':l, 750. " A Senior QZHHISS ELIZABETH CAROLYN ROWDEN 11 1: 11, ClI.X'l"l.XXOOGA, 'l'IiXXliSSl"lE fjlllliiitillfl' for .l.li. ljryru' ILS. Ilv,Lg'ln-v 11-'ml Stux1+-wall .lzlvlisull 1'ullvL:'r-, 293 Slrzlnw ish Vlulv, 'ZSL 'ZEUQ Y, XY, KK A., 'EEL 'CHL 'Zilg .llu1.m' l'r'um K'on1n1iHs-1-. 'Zi'I, RAYMOND RUNYAN Ii li CIl.X'l"I'ANOOGA, 'l'l-IXNICSSEE f,'amlid11Ifr for li.li..I. Ilfgrn' Illtvrmxtimlxll Il:-laxtimls Vlulm, '2N: Spqxnish Vlullv 'EM .lllniur Prum Vulllxwxitlc-1-, '20, HARLEY V. RUNYON li K SIDNEY, mlm Camlidaff for ILS. llwgrfv Ifxw-slumml lfu-rzlmll, UT: lfn-sllnlzxll Hnslvxb-ull, 'QM Yawsilb' Frmlluqll, 'QM 'Z!', 'Ill' "I'i.mIu1'e." '29, "Milw- dn. .ny osEP1-1 AMES SHADDEN A X ClI.'YI"l'.XXO0CA, TIZXYIZSSICE Camlidatc for .I.li. Ijfgfrn' Vim--1'1'vsi1l1'l1l Frm-slllxxulx Vlzxsa, 'LEM 1'r'Hsixln-Ill Sllplmf nmrm- Vlzxss, 'ing 'l'l'uvla. 'EIL '30, 'iilg Frvslmmn Imm- lmll. 'ZTQ Fw-:4l1111:l.1 HzlSlu'tIv:n!l. 'EM Varsity Imurhull. '28, '29, '301 Vzlrsily Bzlsketlmll, '39, '30, 'E!1: Vluh, 'Z!5I, '30, Presimln-nt, V211 Me1n's I'u11-Ih-Ilexliv 1'uLll1m'il. WUI. 'iilg Blum- Kvy, '30 'iilg "Pi11ui'ur'r-." 'ZEN "1'I4-np:lt1'u," ,205 11111-1'1m1iuual R1-lzlxiuxls Vluh, '31, J. I-IERMAN BARNETT A A 'l' k'IlA'l"l'ANOOGA, TEN NICSSHIC Camiidalv for ILS. Ilfgrvw Sflltlvlll Mzm:l24-1' Hzxml. '2N '2iI3 "All :lt Swan," 'EN "l'il1uf'r11'v," 'USM "I'1vopz1lx'zl." 'Zin "'l'1':xil by .l111'5." 'SIU "INlilizxdru," 'iillg N14-11's film- Vllllv 'ZX 'Bit Kill: Iiflxxzxrvls 1'hm-mivgil Sm-ivly, l'l'K'Si4'+-'Ill ZW 'ISIQ Rho Iivtzl Halm- mal, I'I'1'si1lvl1t, 'Zllg .XSSiSf?lllY in I'!1n-lxlivnl IM-p:xl'tll1n11t. ,.. --. Qu, .,1. p-9+--gf,-I-,,-.9.,-......-.-...',..-. . ......-.-f--------A---M -'-- --A - A----N I I l gif" I "EE """"' 'E I ' 'fylif 5 I In 5 E , g 5 Wg- 4, l .l-,-.,-,....'I I i "" .',. t 1: I Q 5 5 l E l l 2 l i I I I I l l I ! I I l Q E l I "' I l , 1 K , I A I , I I I K 1 ' I ll . I I , I I 5 I I I I l ll I I I ,l I I 2 . f l , T I I Q ' E I 'I 5 Z I I , 1 3 E S l 3 l I ' I , ' I 3 l ' I l I I ' I l , I I I l I 3 l I I . l , I I , , , E l I I ' I 1 l I , ,l 2 1 Y I' I I .4 I , , W, I I i , ,,,,,,,,I,, fe .ifjl-w,:,, Q A--I-f.-A-----U... .AE ,... .. W .,,,,,, Y I , I I afew "". ,fff-E"""f"w'fg3g'3',AzfMfffT -' . 'A l--- 5, 'Ee' A Vfffi' . "-'QI if' 'iii K' ' ' I I ' - il , 1- if .91 N i. .3 ., . ' I Senior Qllanss LILYAN SI-IIPP A A H CHA'I"I'ANOoGA, TENNESSEE Candidafr for 1.13. Dfgrff U. D. C. SclIIII4II'slIipg III-lmtixxg Club, '2X, '203 Y. XV. IT. A., '28, '29, '30, 'Illg Elef-tion t,'m1IIIIitII-I-. 'ROQ XYnImIII's Athlm-tic .Xssuvlzxtioxn '293 Clmir, 'LEX '20, '30, 'illg Ulm- Club. '2s, '20, '30, l"iIIm'oI'I-, '2Ng Spamish Club, '29, '30, '31, llnuol' Rull, '28, '29, l'uliti4:21l SI-in-IIf:e Club, '2Ng SI-I-rn-tzII'y StuIl4-ent l'1illllI'll, '31, MOORE ACKSON SMITH A A T CIIA'I'I'ANO0GA, TENNESSEE Cafzdidzm- for ,I.B. Ilvgrfn 'Fri living Tlwta Alplm l'lIi, '30, '31, "l'iII:Il'III'I"', '2S: 'l'l'i:Il by .lLlI'y, '29, Mikzulo, '30, Polifivzll S1'll'Ilt'l' Club, '28, Y. M. C. A.. '30, "Glittering Gale", 'ZSIQ "S1Ir1-'zId- ing' thu News", '20g "t7lIilIlrI-II of the lufvtllln, '30, "The IIIIVI-I' Roald". '30, HA Imll'S Housf-", 'illp Glwu Club. '30, Choir, '30, 'fllg "E1'h0" Staff, '30, W. RALPH SMITH fl' A E SANFORII, TENNESSEE Carzriidulr for ILS. Deyrfv MARGARET ELIZABETH SPITLER ll ll fl' CIIA'I'I'AN00c:A, TENNESSEE Cam1'ida!f for .I.I3. llwgrrv and Diploma in Voice thpn-I'm-ltas, '29, '30 'iilg Sl'l2lIllSl1 1'lzIyI-rs, '31, XN'omen's l'zIII-Hellasrxiv, '31, l7IIix'vI'sity Qlulrtvttu, '30, '31. 4 I l I f I , f 1 ,, ,,,, E J- A, , ,M,,,MN,,, ,,,,..,,...,..,,..,.....,,-..,.,..,.....,...-- .., ...M ..-...Z -- 1 5 z ox : 1 v 4.4. 243' 1-A ! , I 5 i 1 ! I 3 5 1: 5 x 'N .,,,, ,,.,,.. ., ,,...... -- ..........f-.-..-f44---4.---a- -1-'--AN'-"3 ,., - ,- r ,Me h"""""""" ---- -W -1 ' ,. ' . ., . . ..-.u ""-'Hg' """ f Xgrik, I-13,1 I ',.gvf'v. ' ,fi l wiv? 3 ,195 -,..,,'. 2..- 2 . . ,krfi "1 L f 1 5 1 , . E cnwr ass , , ,R S 6 C11 f I A 2 ? M . , g I , 2 E MABEL TAYLOR 2 , CHATTANOOGA, 'ITINXESSEE R E ' Candidale for ILS. Dvgrfr Q E 1, f 4 'l Choir, '27, '2Ng Hoc-key '1'1-um, '2:r, '5!1r: Tiaskvtlmll, '29. I '30, R110 R1-'tu Ilulnlllu, 'Z!1. : I A 5 e 4 2 L i ' ' ' , , l, , CATHERINE DANA TATUM 2 ' , CIIATTAXOOCA, TEXNFSSEE E I Candidatz' for .-l.l1'. Dvgrce I E N 5 I O1-4-lwstxu, '30, '31, Hocflcwy, WH: Ilaxsvhall, '31: '1'r4u-la, '31: Frmtlmll Slmusor. 'ZTL "Slcippm-1's." '26, '27, '2X, ! 1 ', ' Bzlskm-Llmll, '26, '27, '31, Spzlnislx Vluh, '26, '27, 'ZNQ 3 I , A Spanish Phly, 'Rlg VV. A. A., 'illg "Pinaf01'c-," 'Zin E W ulmir, '27, '2s, vm, '31, I ' I . 3 Z g : 4 1 WALTER Louls TUCKER 5 5 CHA'I"I'ANOOGA, 'TENNESSEE i , , g i A Lamizdalz' for Ii'.li.,-1. Dvgrre' i ! F1'PSlllllZlll Fuutlmll, '2Tg l4'r-ushnxulm Basketball, '23, 72 Varsity Fuutlmll, '28, '29, 'Rllg Vursity Basketball. '29, i '30, '31, 'I'rm'k, '28, '29, '30, "1"' Vlub, '29. '30, '31, i Spanish Club, '28, '29. '30, Intm-r-national Ilelzltirms it L'lul1, T102 Spzmisll Plzxym-rs, 'fI1. 1 3 I 2 2 ' s : ' 1 I ' 5 5 KATHRYN MORRIS WEATHERLY 5 5 CHATTANOOGA, 'FIZNNESSEE Q N . i 2 1' Candzdatn for 11.12. llwgrfe 5 I 1 , 1 4 I IIltl'I'Il2lli1Hl2ll Relations Club, 'S!lr, '31, Iiepr4-s4-ntz1tiv4- 5 S T :Lt Nzltinuzll twxlxvexltiuxx, 'filbg Y. W. 42 A., '2N, '29, '3lr, . S X 'lllg XV. A. A., '2N, '2!i, 'HL 5 1 N 4 I , 1 3 ! . I 1 ' I I ' , 5 5 J 1 -.. ,. U-W---- ,S 1, .. .. E F-----4.-.J " l ' .: f E -Q 4 3 A .,.,, -..,,-W.-2...,2...........N , " V Av:.1:3v,:'g.i2iQg:4w-4'-A-1-wpqfeff, -N" Q?",Isf4g if-:PF W' A - A ,gf 157' - ' v -'i 4 , ff. ur ,',f' .QA .51 .1 JS. . .. ,' . . .. , ',, - , .jfspf . r ,111 ' f ll S l r 4 it ! y 3 , 1. - 'li-1, - 1, va-M---e--H-W-------W--. --..---...-.. Y- W: . -. 5... ,Af: .. ..zx-..-...-........-.,,,, . . ...V ,MB-. ,p if Q Q -' if? 7' ! fo 'Bi R' .ai lit 1 l ii 13.2 t W Zig , , i f Senior Class History Q, fi are l ft l OOT! Toot! VVe don't know anyone who can blow our horn quite so well as , l we can. In most cases Hthe spirit is willing but the lungs are weak." There is 1 'N E nothing wrong with our vocal organs, however, so all together, Seniors, One! 4- ,ff Q Two! Three!! ,Al HQ VVe have had a wonderful history despite the start given us by our noble su- Y WL, ' periors, the sophomores, by their so-called Hrat rules." How attractive the Fresh- .gi ,ii man girls looked in their gingham dresses, green hair ribbons, spectacles, and half- 4 bushel basket of books. The opposite sex received their ratting in different ways- 3' M7 and places. How eagerly they looked forward to the gauntlet immediately after I 'Q Qfi l chapel! Remember the poor chap whose pants caught on tire? My what a smoke ' 1 3 ! he raised! 1 u . 2 if ' Here we were, small nervous Freshmen, scarce daring to gaze at the awe-inspiring upper l 'g classmen. That state soon left us, and' we entered such activities as the upper classrnen deerned 1 2 1 1 proper for us with a true vim and vigor. Our freshman class organization was lntensely in- ,E '.-2 teresting-and is it possible to say free from politics! George Mclnturf was elected our chief, l .Q !! i , aided by Joe Shadden, vice-president, Virginia Deakins, secretary, and Norton Crane, cheer- E if 4 , leader. ' l i ! 'S Our Freshman football team loomed forth with two victories out of foungames.. No, not a 3,2 1 bad percentage when we consider that the defeated teams were our old rivals, Birmingham- ,1 5' , 1 " Southern and Sewanee. . Q. 1. ! ! ,l The Freshman basketball team got olf to a had start, but they came back and by mid-season 1 ' 5 ii fy they were playing in varsity form. The freshmen were not noticed so much because of the suc- W, l ii cessful varsity team, but with the freshmen added to the varsity, the prospects for the 1928 sea- , ' - ' son were indeed bright. Q i! ! 1 1 The success of the girls' varsity basketball team was to a great extent due to the crack shots , .N of jenny Lea, Mary Louise Kropp, and Catherine Tatum. ' - Now we are sophomores and our class members show increase in extra-curricular activities. , f ii VVith joe Shadden at our helm we started things over in fine style. 1 gt if , By some political pull or will-four of our members became officers in the Student Body. 'ul .Q They were Mary Nena Bales, Virginia Deakins, Josephine Chambers and Norton Crane. 1 ! The year of 1928 marked the birth of the University Players. just another organization in , 'lt ! .ft 1 which the sophomores gained an important hold. In the cast of twenty in the plays presented, ! .1 1 f , nine were sophomores. From this year on, Molly Lamoreaux and Reed Gardner continued to ' star as well as did Moore J. Smith, Grace Bickers, Paul Farmer.and others. rf? As Juniors, our most outstanding class event was the junior Promfone of the most suc- iz' cessful proms ever given. When there is money to be made we can do 1t. The Prom was led ,Q il, by Albert Bequette, class president, and Sara Keith Raulston, class coquette. The Country Club , x was transformed into a Hower garden. The decorations for a large part were due to Bowden 1 ,ML ! Findley and Fenton Carey. Carey is especially adapted to the art of knocking down ladders. l, I 'i See Mr. Conle '. 1' f l i i c The first Cliafnel exercises of 1930 found a very dignified group of seniors stiflly marching A in. The art of wearing the cap and gown was not as yet perfected. Remember how dignifie f .4 ! 1, Trammell Moore, Louise Hudson and Billie Bennett looked? My, the angle of some of the caps! H. i The members of the football team of I93O were captained by two seniors, Bowden Findley Q ! and Ervin Gross. These two were supported by nine other seniors, Joe Shadden, plunging full- 1 is 1 Q 3 i hack, R. L. Trail, who never failed when a yard was neededg "Hi," famous also for his soft, 1 l soothing laughg Bequette, Keoninger, Runyan, Tucker, and Gentry. We could mention every member of the class of 1931, each with some unusual ability which 3 makes him stand out among his fellow students. VVe have not the space, however, and you pos- ? " I sibly have not the patience for it all. Perhaps we have boasted our virtues more than is be- Q- ! coming. If so, we beg for pardon. We have mentioned some of the material ways in which we tt , have tried to express ourselves while at the University. Above all, we would like to be remem- , I in bered as a class which has had the interest of the college so at heart as to be anxious to serve in f ' whatsoever place we might be used, and to be willing to forego some personal pleasures for the 55 if . good of the college. 3, ? 1 T! l i t i . y! , , . 1 l ' 1 lf? A 3 's i :gi iiflx' 52 i J'E2,iJ,a3,.,,, ,,,xWWY .VVYYY W,,,u ,M ,W H....,.. ,.,,, 1 ...A - , 1 1- . 1 ,--- ...ng----rf W-A, My ifgi - ! X A Lg , W Fgl-lSJ-Pslv3.8-l'N.2-lLI-fNJ'I'NJ'fN1vlSl- 'fNA-fNJ'l'N.!'fN.9'fXl 1 1 Wg .. ""' V, A 'J 'A AE UM SQA A fq 'Y 1- Y ' 7 A A K' 'P A QV XY swxxx - vmxx X -N . X N E x X X f x 5 N x R, x,,N . A X. H, 1-g,.1,-A-Q U Q M -B , Nik... . xvxwrsrf, n e x- ., A.. .g1 , 1 1 1 5 f E z i - z VJ, ,M .A WEE.. .WV ,- Junior Glass IWERLE AASHXVORTH CHATTANOOGA, 'TENNESSEE Entvred from Tf'l"l11BSSPO NYeslHyan, '313 VV. A. A., '31 Choir, '31. GROVE WQBTHINGTON ATWATER B K CHA'l"I'ANOOGA, TENNESSEE Spanish Club, '29, '30. ELIZABETH CAPBRTON BAIRD H B in CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE Glu' Flub, '29j Y. NV. C, A. Cabinvt. '29, '30, '31, CRESTON H. BARKER HALEYVILLE, ALABAMA Entwrvd from Tenm-ssecz 'NVesIn-yan, '31. LAVANCHB Brees 11 B fp DUCKTOVVN, TENNESSEE Entervd from Tonnvssee VVesleyan, 'Sig Choir, '31. Ross BOYD CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE Assistant Librarian, '29, '30, '31. BETTY BROWN H B 4, CHATTANOOCA, TENNESSEE Ellt+'l'9l1 from Birmingham Southern, '25bg Y. VV. C. A. "H+ '30 "'1 .,., ,..-. A1.1cE HALI. CARDEN H B 41 CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE lntn-rxmtional Rn-lations Club, '29, Prvsidont, '30, '31 VVOlTlE1l,S 1,klll-HE!Hl'l'lif!, '30, '31, 54 ,, -..,.,., ..,,.i..,,g. , .4-.,,,,., ,,, U , ...Ml , . ,. . .K . . . . .. .. , . ..,., , . . , V .J ' 1 .3505-,g,1,'13,'w .1 gn 1: . .B 14.1 M mn-,Vw f-f-' nr .nw su as xv: isa x n -L7 n.ww.n,.f Junior Class BELFIELD HOYN'ELL CARTER A II CHATTANOOG.-X, TE X NESSEE NEWTON BRAUSE DICKS CIIATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE Entered frmn Davidson C0111-:QI-, 'illg Associate Exli tm' "lGr'lm", '31, Y. BI. U. A. Valrillvl, '31, JOHN EDVVARD DONNELLY B K NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT Freshman lfmmtlrall, '29g Varsity Furmtlrall. '30, '31 Freshman Baslcvtlsall, '29g Varsity llasketball. '30, '21 Captain Baskl-tlmall, '311 Track, 'Zl0g "U" Club, '30, '31 Mvn's 1'nn-Hellenic Cfmlnc-ll, '31. NIARIE Down A A H CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE Y. NV, CY. A,. '29, 'SOQ Spanish Club, '29, '30, L. ALEEN FOSTER CHICKAMAUGA, GEORGIA Manager Girls' Basketball Tc-am, '29, '30, Orclwstra '20 '30' Y VV C' A '29 '30 ., I . , 1. -. , . JULIA NELSON FORRESTER MIDDLESBORO, KENTUCKY JACK R. HALSELI, A X CIIATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE Assistant hlilllllf-l't'l' Football Team, 'QXQ 1NT2lIlFl.gl'I' Fresh- man Fuulhull, '2107 BIZIIIHQGI' Varsity, 'illbg "Ll" Club, 'RL EIXIBIA VIRGINIA CTASTON II B fb CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE 1'ruI:r:Im Conlmittc-I-, '30, 'I.l. 55 Y, VV. C. A., '29, Sur-retary, '30, '31, Glee Club, '29, . 1 Junior Class JOHN PALYI. HENIJERSIJN 1 1 T CllA'l"l'A NOOCA, TENNESSEE Iiuml, '20, '30, 51111414-nf Vmmc-11, '31, lnlvrnznliunul Ilelluiiuns Club, '2S. 'ZEL AI.XR'I'HA ELIZABETH Hlcxx A A ll CIIICKAMAUGA, GEORGIA .1'1l11A'l'l'l1 1'rmu Mn-uw-ditlm F0111-gl-, '29, Y. XV. I". A., '30. '31, H1-vrm-1ury-'l'r1-:1S1ll'e1' Junilu' Vlzlss, '31, S,-xR,x ,IANE HEXSHALI. X ff Cl1A'l"I'ANO0CA, 'TENNESSEE Ulm- 4'lIlIr '23, '20, '30, '31, Co-M1 Cllflllilbll C'Il11u, '28, '20, '30, '31, llllA'l't'1f2l, IA-zuls, '28, '20, '30, '31, Assistunl Urgamist, '30, '31. -loux RIZNEI. 1'1L'1XIPHRlES A X CIIA'l"I'AXO0CA, TENNESSEE 1frn-sl1ln:m Fmvthzlll 'ZNZ 1'1l'k'S11IllFlll Bzlslu-tlmzlll, '20, Yxu-si1y lfmmllmll, '20, '30, L'111b,'30, 11111-1'11:L1im1:nl llvlzltiulxs 1'1u1v, '25'. NV: I.1..xR1n MCCALL IQEYSER fl' A I Cl1.,X'1"l'ANO0GA, TEXNESSEE 1f1'1-sllmzxll l"uutlm:1lI, '23, Varsity Fmmtlulll '20, '30, 14'1-wslnlmll Iizlslu-tluxll, '29, Varsity Baskn-tlmll. '30, '31, Yivn--I'n'v.4i1ln-111 I-'rm-slxllmll Vlzlss, '20, 1'r1-S1414-nt Snplm- nmrv Vlzxss, '30, 1'1'vsirlvu1, '31Z Blum- K4-y, '30, '31, jivtzl Pi 'l'Iu-In, '30, '31, Inu-rnutiumxl lie-lutinns Vluln, '30, '31, Slmhfnt 1'u:1m'il. '30, '31, t'lulv, '30, '31, M4-11's 1'uu-111,-llenic, '31, AR'l'HL,'R IQEONINGER 11' A E ROSCOE, PENNSYLVANIA 1Fl'1'S1ll111lll Fmwllmzxll, '27, Varsity Ffmtlmll, '29, '30, All S. l. A. A., '30, "C" Club, '29, '30, '31. P,-xL'L G. LONG B K Cl1A'1'l'AXOOGA, TENNESSEE Enlitm' "H+-lm", '30, Inlernsxtimml He-laltimls 1'1uh '31, 151-111 1'i 'l'l1vl:x, '30, '31: Sigma Tun In-lm. '31, Ah-:Vs 1'2lll-1lL'1l1'l11C Council, '31, DoL'G1.As VVEIR LoTs1'u1cH A X CllA'I"l'ANOOCA, TENNESSEE lsfmi--1am,11, un, '::o, '31, Y. M. cf. A., '29, '30, '31, '1'l'1l1l1H, '30, '31, Swimming, '31. 56 Junior Class EUGENE MCAI.lSTIER ClIA'1'TANOOCA, TE NNESSICIC TI'i Bela, '30, '31, AILEEN AICCVTCIIIZUN A A Il ClIAT'I'A NOOC.-X, TENS ESSEE Spzmisll l'lulr, 'Q "' ' ' ' ' , . -EL ..0, L!1IVl'l'SlfYI'l1lyl'l'S, 'IN' Y XX C 9 JI . A., '-S, 'LJ' vm. ELIZABETH RI.f'XRQl'E'l' A A H CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEIE Y. XV. V. A., '23, '20, '30. '31, SllZLlllSll f'llllr, '29, '30 "l'i1l:1I'0rv", ""' ' '31g Sven-tu1'y Student limly, '31, ANTPIONY RIATKSIEK -'If A E BELLAIRE, OHIO 1+'r1-slnuzul Football, '2Sg Varsity lfrmtlmll. '20, 'RU lf'r--slmmn liuslcvthzxll, '293 Varsity Hnslu-tlmll, '30, 'Ill Trzlvk. '29, '30g "C" Club, '30, '3il. RI. T. RIERPHY A A 'I' CHATTAXOOGA, TENNESSEE Entn-rwl from 1'1'0sbytf-rian C'ollf-4:4-, T505 151114111 Ur:1lm'- if-:ll Prize-, 'flllg llrunl lfujor, 'iilg I'l1iv4-rsilx' I'lzxVe-Vw .513 lim-Imllng' l'ounf-il, '30, '31' Y M. I'. A., 1350, l"1'1-s1- clout, '31, Vivo-Plwlsiclent of zluxlivn- Vluss. 'lily "The 1lnlm1'tzLm-0 of Being lflzlrm-st", '31, EDNA MAE PAINTER CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE XV. A, A. '20 'QI' f'h0ir ' "' "' . - , . , , , 29, 00, ,111 Tizxskm-tlrzlll ""l '30, 'fllg '-T11 ' -K, . -, . Il'l 1,5 July , -1a, rm- 1x11Ru.10', "mmf" ENID RIFNER PARKER X E E CHATTANOOG.-X, TENNESSEE 3. XX. Ci. A.. '29, Knoxvilln- D4-lv-"ll '10 'l'11 ,U 1-, . . "1l4lll'l'l', 31, livin l'i TIIPIZI, '30, '31g Assistant. in Latin, '2!0, '31, BERRY P. RARY fp A 2 FAYETTEVILLE, TENNESSEE Fx-1-slnnzm Football, '28g Varsity Fuotlmll, '20, '::0. 57 -.b, secretary llltvrnzltionzxl lil-lations t'luh Junior Class ALBERT RANKIN B K CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE Y. 11. C. A., '28, '29, '30, '31, Band, '28, '29, Choir, 28, '29, '30, '31, Glen Club, '29, '30: Treasurer Y. M. I I' A '51, Pinafore, '28, Trial by Jury, '29, Mikado, '30 CHARLYNNE LYSBETH RHODES E A CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE Honor Roll, '30, Spanish Club, '29, '30. ROBERT A. ROCKWELL BLUE RIDGE, GEORGIA l'nivv1'sity Players, '28, '29, Gln-e Club, '29, '30, MARIE L. RULKOTTER TI B 41 CI-IATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE Sigma Tau Delta, '30, Trvasurf-r. '31, Beta Pi Theta, '30, VIl'6-I'I'G'SIf1HIlt, '31, International Relations Club, '30, '31, Y, VV. C". A., '30, '31, Trial by Jury, '29, Honor Roll, '29, '30, RICHARD F. SELCER CHA'l'I'ANO0GA, 'TENNESSEE Band. '23, '29, '30, Choir, '29, LUcII.I,E SHUGART X 2 2 CI-IATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE LIONEL SILVERMAN CHATTANOOCA, TENNESSEE Blue Key, '30, '31, Sigma Tau Delta, '30, Secretary. '31, Beta Pi Tlueta. '30, President, '31g Associate Edi- tor "Echo", '29, "Echo" Staff, '30, '31, Honor Roll, '29. '30, '31, French Players, '29, '30, '31, Junior Prom 1+'inImue Chziirman, '31, Student Assistant in Eco- nomics, '31, RAY SLAGLE A A I' BRISTOL, TENNESSEE Entorofl from '1'QnnOssoe 'VVosleyan, '31. 58 Junior Qllanss JANET SMITH CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE Co-Od Cotillion Vluls, '30, '31, IJORIS STRICK LAND CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE Y. XV. C. A,, '29, '30, Spanish Club, '29, '30. JOSEPHINE VVANIILING STUART X S2 CHATTA NOOGA, TENNESSEE X. KN. C, A., '20, '30, '31, Spanish Club, '30, '31, Give Club, '30, "Trial by Jury", '20, "Tho Mikado", '30, BARBARA 'THACH Il Is -I, CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE FRANCES VALENTINE A A ll CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE Cu-ed Cotillion Club, '29, '30, '31, Y. XV, CK A., '2?+: "Trial by Jury", '29, Sur'I'etary-Treasuiwlr S0l1l10ll10!'.' Class, '30, Pianist Studi-nt limly, '30, '31, XVomen's Pan-lflvllexiiv, '31, Spanish Club, '20, '30, IQARL BRANTLEY VVATSON .1 X LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENNESSEE Thi-ta Alpha Phi, '30, Yirfs--l'I'I-sident, '31, Beta Pi Theta, '30, Vl1'l'-PI'L'Sld6I1t, '31, Ijelratixlg' L'nuncil, '29, Vim--President, '30, '31, Tri Rota R.sezIrf-h Prize, '29, Tri Beta. '30, '31, Patton OI'atm-ical Prize, '20, Sigma Tau Delta. '30, Chemistry Society, '30, '31, Chatta- nooga Savings Bank Debating' Prize, '30, 1'ln-mistry Assistant, '30, '31, French Plays, '29, '30, "Glittering Gate", '29, "Spreading tho NI-ws", '29, "The Dover Kuad", '30, "The Valiant", '20, "Trial by Jury". '29, "Thu Mikado", '30, "The Dnll's House", 31, Honor Roll, 29, ELIZABETH RIARQUET A 1 Il CHATTANOOGA, 'TENNESSEE Studs-nt Counril, '30, Beta Pi Theta, '30, '31, l'niVor- sity Players, '29, CARL xl. NVQOIJ Is K ClIA'l"I'ANO0GA 'TENNESSEE v ELEANOR VVOOD CllA'I'1'ANO0GA, TENNESSEE 59 Junior Class History FTER spending the Dark Ages of our existence in the ignorance of Gram- mar School, we passed into the middle ages of High School. Here we were greatly inspired and quickened by the great intellectual awakening known as the Renaissance. Then there was discovered for us the New VVorld of learning-College. Colonization of this world was begun in the fall of 1928, with a great number of colonists, who formed a struggling colony on the coast of the New VVorld. This was Freshmanland. These brave people had as their leaders: George Campbell, President, Emily Eaves, Vice-President, and Elouine lllelvin, Secretary and Treasurer. VVith these capable people in command, we conquered many hardships, and fought numerous battles with the hostile tribes of Freshman English, History, Chemistry, College Algebra, and other enemies, but we never once thought of returning to the Old VVorld. Very little merry-making was done this first year in our new adventure as there was much work to accomplish. After passing first semester examinations, we decreed a great Day of Thanksgiving. From then on our condition improved rapidly, although we had frequent skirmishes with our old foes mentioned above. In the first part of June, we fought our Revolu- tionary VVar in the form of final examinations, and then declared ourselves forever free and independent of the Freshman year. In the fall of IQZQ, after much discussion, we adopted a Constitution consisting of a higher and more complex curriculum. As captain of our large band, we chose "Pop" Keyser, also Laura Belle Lyle and Frances Valentine as lieutenants. How- ever, their wise leade1'ship could not prevent us from being engaged in the VVar of I8I2, our first semester exams. After this was ended, we renewed our efforts for peace and prosperity. In the meanwhile, we led a happier life than in the previous year, at- tending different campus functions, such as fraternity dances, and gala football and basketball games. Only too soon did we rush headlong into the Civil VV211' of Finals, which left us exhausted, but still alive. At last, after reaching this, our Junior year, we may witness a Period of Recon- struction. Again we have at our head "Pop'y Keyser, with Marvill Milrphy and Mar- tha Henn next in oflicc. Though some of our number have left us for various reasons, we are becoming quite successful and prosperous. In celebration of our gratefulness, we entertained in honor of our friends and fellow comrades, the Seniors, with the -lunior Prom. It has been prophesied that there will be another war to come, but we will look forward to next year when we will have overthrown the despotism and tyranny of History, slain the monsters of languages, and consigned to a lifetime of imprisonment the criminals of mathematics and science, thus facing a future of peace and happiness. Miss MARTHA HENN. 60 6 ' Z I , . z z a 5, -:--uw p- - Z WWW :v 3 Z :Q Z ' - Z ff -'4"'l""x Z 2 WWW v G' 2 2 fm fnff , y Q 52 2 W M z ' V .7.?.,,. Z W 3 5 'Q - 1 I Z f If . . W 2 2 Q'el5-ah-Ll!-klifsh-kr'-All-nf'-ufw-L11-411.,,,.gy4.y5. . .gq.4,,,4J5.,,,,L,g.g,g.g, q,A.,,,.g,,? MM! Sophomore Class RUTH ACREE . . . . ll E fb BIILDRED ALLEN .... II E -11 ROBERT E. BIGGERS . . . A A T H. F. BOHR . . . . A A T FRANK W. BRADFORD . , 11- A E STANLEY BRADING . . . fr, A E JAMES W. BROOKS . . . HARRY G. BURNETTE . . E K EUGENIA CALDWELL . . z A JOHN M. CALLAWAY . . A A T MARK G. CAMERON . . B K DIARY Lou CATLETT . . II B fl, CHARLES D. COLDWELL . A A T JEAN COLEMAN .... x x E EVA COLLIE . . . JOSEPH B. COLVARD . . 41 A E IQATHERINE CONNER . . EDNA COPELAND . . . . A A H FORREST CORDELL . . . E K 62 Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Sophomore Class EARL COUNTS ..., A c3LA V. CRAWLEY . . RIILDRED CROWE . . , XT X 2 :L ARRANTS DARW1N . . . A A 1' HENRY DAWSON . . . THOMAS DAYVSIJN . . CARROLL DEAKxNS . . R Q IVIARSHALL DEI,fJNG . . A A '1' DOROTHY DONALDSON . L A ALVIE EDVVARDS .... 4, A 2 RIABEI, ENGLISH . . . RUTH FORBES . , . L A BLANCHE Fox . , . II 1s -1- NIANUIEL J. Fox . . EDVVARD GEAGAN . . . qt A DILLON A. GREEN . . . A A T ITHELBIA GRIFHTH . . 11 11 -xl PAUL CSERIXIANN . . . XIICTOR M. H1'XI.l5:XCI'I . 4, A Chattanooga, Tenn. . Sale Creek, Tenn Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn Chattanooga, Tenn Chattanooga, Tenn Chattanooga, Tenn Chattanooga, Tenn Chattanooga, Tenn Chattanooga, Tenn Chattanooga, Tenn Chattanooga, Tenn Chattanooga, Tenn . . VVarWiCk, R. I . Chicago, Ill Chattanooga, Tenn . Little Rock, Ark Chattanooga, Tenn . lxICIHDhiS, Tenn 63 Sophomore Class IIOVVARD H ALB ERSTA wr -1- A x El.lZABE'I'H HALL . . A sz RIARGARIET R. HALL . DoRoTHr2A H KRT . A A IRENE HARTAIAN . xIoHN T. I"IASXVIiI.I, . . -nf A : ALICE I.oL'1sE HIZI.AlS. A A Dokls A. Ilnw.xTT . CI.X'l7lZ HOLDEN . . 4, A x ICAIILY ANN Hrnsox . Alaxmz jouxsox . BORDIZN gl. .lox ES . . A A T REIZIiCCA-'ONES . . II IB fb XVIRGINIA IQIZNNEIJY . A A 11 AIILDRED I,AA1oREAL'x x CHARLES NV. LA1'11AA1 A l"1zANc12s LEVIN . Lticmx I,'HEL'REL'x . f K'l' A . 1LL1ZABIi'l'Il IAICKNVUUIJ All 64 X. . Philadelphia, 'Pa Chattanooga, Tenn Chattanooga, Tenn Chattanooga, Tenn Chattanooga, Tenn Chattanooga, Tenn Chattanooga, Tenn . LaFayette, Cla . I Dayton, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tc-nn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn Chattanooga, Tenn, Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tcnn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Sophomore Class KA'1'HER1NE LowREY . . X E E R IZBECCA lx'ICCiARRlTY . . A A II EARL NIANNING .... A X FRANCES RIASSIZY . lql5RMIT NIAXVVELL . . B K RIARIAN Mn.1.s .... X sz IJ.-XVIII G. RIINUR . . . A A '1' .loHN E. RIOORE . LL'i.A NIORRISON. . . X 2 : IYIARGARET lkloss . H.-XRRY XV. RIYERS ANDREW' lxli-XRDU . . . . B K RIARTHA Nicnoi..-As . . A A ii BIILDRED NoRToN . VVi1,1.I2TTA PIERKINSON . llIARJORIE A. PATTON . . It ia -I, ALISIERT PH1Li.n's . . . A X SA1x1Liif1.PHn.1,n's . . . A A 'r I5 IERNARD Pow ELL . Av . Cleveland, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. . Sequatchic, Tenn. . Jacksonville, Fla. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. . Bellaire, Ohio Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. 65 Sophomore Class HOUSTON PRICE . . . jasper, Tenn EVELYN ROGERS .... . Frenchtown, N. J ll 11 -I- CORNELIA ROLSTON . Lookout lwountain, Tenn X 9 LEONARI1 SCHAIITT . . Shepherd, Tenn VIVIEN SHAW . . . Chattanooga, Tenn II I1 BOUVARIJ SHELL ..... Chattanooga, Tenn A A 'I' SYBIL SHUMACKER .... Chattanooga, Tenn VIRGINIA SIMPSON .... Chattanooga, Tenn A A II RUTH SLIGER . . Chattanooga, Tenn RICHARI1 V. SPRIGGS . . . Chattanooga, Tenn RIARIE STEVENS . . Bolivar, Tenn GRACE STRINGER . . Chattanooga, Tenn x A LILLIIAN SCAIAIERS . Chattanooga, Tenn X 2 REGINA SCNIJSTROM . - Chattanooga, Tenn II Is ELIZABETH SUTTON . . .Atlanta, Ga BIAUIJE SAIITH . . . . Chattanooga, Tenn A A VVILLIAAI C. STILL . . . Cleveland, Tenn A A RALPH rl1AI.l.ANT . . Chattanooga, Tenn 66 Sophomore Class MILDRED TAYLOR .. MAEEL TOUCHSTCJNE . v A CLYDE TRIGG . T. N. TUCKER . ALEXANDER URBAN JOHN M. WALLER CHARLES WATSON RIARJORIE VVATSON JOHN WHEELER . WILLIAM WHITE . ELEANOR VVIGHT . AX 4, A JOHN A. TURLEY . If I . . .Hartford, Conn. B K .X JUANITA VVALTER . II Is fb Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. . Aledo, Texas Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Signal Nlountain, Tenn. fill X B K M UIRTELLE NVIETZEL . ,. ZZ FRUIXTA BELLE WINER . . LENA VVINER . VVILLIAM xVORKMAN . I I T MARY VVILL ZIEGLER . x 2 v - Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. 67 A ,Q . ' Q1-an nnrmpnnfv-mn' 'v-'v-'-n'n'vs'un'-Jw!4-9'-u'qu'v-'ea'-r '-v'l'."'. .""""'-'-"."?"'." "."'.""'. . ,995 I 3 NNW ,, ,V , w,,Y,,,,,,, EM., . , W , H-, V L.,,,,,,,,,.1.-,,.-- f - e- - .WM nf- -f -- xl' I H i 1 1 Sophomore Class History HE September of 1929 found the Class of ,33 as freshmen in the University of Chattanooga. Although somewhat bewildered at first, the class soon adjusted itself to University life. Able officers were elected to pilot this group through their first year of college. They Were: President, Frank Bradfordg vice-president, Borden Jones, secretary and treasurer, Martha Lee Taylor, and Student Council representative, Maude Smith. Under their guidance the class began a most satisfactory and profitable year. They won several outstand- ing honors. Bill VVo'rkman was elected assistant cheer leader and Nancy Sue Ansel, assistant song leader of the student body. Earl Maxining added other laurels to the class name by winning the Patten Prize in the school oratorical contest, and later by winning the East Tennessee oratorical contest. The Freshman Class also took a lively interest in athletics and backed the freshman football team. 'N The year's successes were crowned by an old-fashioned barn dance, which will long be remembered by the students of the University. N The fall of 1930 saw the return of most of the class, who came back with renewed interest as "upper classmenf' Sophomore Class officers were: President, Charles Coldwell, vice-president, Eddie Geagang secretary and treasurer, Vir- , ginia Simpson, Student Council representative, Charles VVatson. l Sophomores were elected to every honorary organization in school. Three X were elected to Sigma Tau Delta, eight to Beta Pi Theta, two to Tri Beta, three to Sigma Pi Sigma, and three to Blue Key. N Stanley Brading was chosen editor-in-chief of the Echo for 1930-1931, and several members of the Sophomore Class were on the staff. Bill Worknian stepped to the front as varsity cheer leader, while "Vic" Hal- bach, "Tubbyl' Haswell, '4Whitey" Urban, and other sophomores made unusual records in football and basketball. Thus the Class of ,33 has finished two successful years at the University, and is looking forward to "bigger and better" things in the future. Mrss CARROLL DEAKINS. ii l 21 , as ffl X . i,iiQCNJ"' nn- .- W. - H -----W -- --H. --- of 7 5 W 1 ,', 1, ,v, F, ,',. ,'. ,'. t. .'.- .' .'. .J -. ,v .., - ,V ...Q ,. . e- .,, -,,,.,., ,. . .. ,, .,, , .. Y WW Q ---- -xxx XX I 6 .agp . .. . .,-Q . .N.,.Ng. i Aw N,,, X S S X S X S A .Q 7 M u,...Q+" -J' 0.2 K f, xv .q.. Q x g.-r,, it agua fi Jl tv .7 ' 7 A v W W ml X S S A XX S .S L 7 X A 1F1mi:s1lIm.a1n Class RICHARD ACKROYD, NLXRX' EMMA AI.I.I-iN, IILGII .AXDERSON, JOSIIIIIIINE ,AYRE, N1ARCL'IiRI'l'E BACON, DRVERON BAURLE FRANK BALTIII, FRANK BLAKI:IA', ,IOIIN H. BOYD, JOIIN R. BOYD, FLOISII BRACKIQTT JANIQ LEE BRACKli'l"I', MARGARIQI' BRAMMIQR, FRANK BRANNIQN, RNA BRIAN, MARJORIIQ BURKHART, IELIQANOR BUTLER CLAUDE CASIZY, CHARLES CLARK, DAN CLEMMIIR, BRN CLII-"T, ROBERT COLLINS 70 Freshman Class ICATHERINE COLMORE, LEE CONLEY, LEVVIS COOK, FVALYN COTTER, LAURA CROWE, ALDAH CUBINE TIIELMA DAVES, LYNN UHAKINS, RAI.I-II DENNIS, IJOROTHY DUNCAN, JAMES DUNCAN 'THOMAS ERVVIN, EUGENE E'I"I'I-:R, HELEN ETTER, VVILLIAM FORD, CHARLES FORSTXER, W. G. RICHARD FRANK, H.-1ROI.ID FRIEDMAN, SADIE FRUMIN, AGNES GABBARD, ALBERTA GANG 1I FOSTER 6- ff?" Freshman Qllalss FLOYD GOLs'1'Ox, IIOWARO HALL, LL'cII.I,Iz HAMBY, JESSE lIAxIMOx'I'REE, MILIJRlilJ FIAXIJY, JIM EI: HARBIX NELL MAE IIARRIS, ORVILLE fIARRIS, RUIII HAYS, HARRY IIEIRECK, IDOROTHY IIELMICK HELEN HIN'l'0N, GUY HIXON, ALAN llonma, INEZ HOIJGE, I.I.ovn PIUGHES, C. E. I'IU'rcHEsoN ALBERTA JOHNSON, DURVVOOD Jouxsox, ROIIERT JOHNSON, IEIJOAR JONES, ELLEN LOUISE JUDO 72 Freshman Class SIMON KASE'l', SOI-HIE KAsE'r, REEA IQATCIIEN, ROSE KEMMER, VVILLIE IIEE KIT'l'RELL 1,.XVID Kxox, JR. MARTHA LAMOREAUX, JOE LANIIERS, JAMES LATIMER, BETTY LAUIIEREACII, GLADYS LAWRENCE EDNA LAY, LUKE LEA, TEIIORI1 LOWRY, VIRGINIA LUVVRYJ JAMES MCCAI,I,, HELEN MCPIIAII. JAMES MAIIoxIA', MARY MARX, DUIIIAQI' IVIERRITT, MALCOLM MOORE, VVESLEY MORGAN 73 Freshman Class MALRICI-1 MUXROE, IIOXYARD NIaI.5ox, N1AR'lII.X NoRvIaI.I,, RALPII OI.IxI:IzR, NEIIIJ.X ORLANIJO, JASMINE ORR NELL PARIS RICHARD PRICE ACR PIIINAM GLAIIIS RoIIIaR'I's SARA SUE ROBINSON Y Y I 1 JACK ROIBMAX, ICI,IzAIsE'I'H R0IaIIIsI,, CIHIRIQNCIQ RCOGICRS, lil-'IIII:I, R0 a VV. . '1' Pl R, v1 . RUCKIQR IinI'I'II RUIIOFF CYNTIIIA SAL'xnIcRs, LAURA SIiI.CIiR, NLXRY ELLIN SHAVV7 RI'III SHIPP, LOUISE SLATER 74 EDVVARD SLIGIQR, CORK lim SM1'1'11, DoN.xI.D SN11111, VIR Frcshmnan Class CIXIA SN11'm, XVINXII-'RED SMITH, INA SPRAGUE QPEORGE SPRINGER, ELOISE S'1'ANDufIcR, VVILL , S Hmwr SVVAFFORIJ, REBA SWA IXM TEM, EI.IZABli'l'l1 S'l'Rl'lETER, 'THEODORE STAPLETON F1fDRD, I,.xvvRlfNcE '1iHOMPSOX, CHARLES V,xI.EN'1'1NE, ELlz,xmi'1'11 XV1G11'1', BERNARD VVILSON, JR. l'I.Rlfx' VV ' ILSON, jm1N VS Rmu'1', MILDRI-:D YATHS, GLENN REECE 75 T?-'W Freshman History OT bashfully in bewilderment and awe did the Class of ,34 cross the threshold of collitch nor yet with any visible degree of smart alec superiority did we first gue upon the halls that offered us a free book L at - In ' ' 1' i tc N - xr . , . . - ' ' V i 1 cr rs of football tickets and as much learning as we could get away with. ln- deed, the college life came as a matter of course with nothing wholly new, but a somehow incredibly glorious freedom, vague talk of something called , f'coalition," the formidable prospect of eight o'clock classes, and the privi- lege of napping undisturbed through a Bible lecture. After we had learned just where the steps came in the aisles of the assembly hall and just how many times one could be reinstated after cutting himself out of class, we felt as much of university life as "incidentals" or the two o'clock mail. VVith the election of ofhcers, when Lynn Deakins was named president, VVil- liam Venable, vice-presidentg Gladys Roberts, secretary, and -1, treasurer, we were informed by a herce sophomore president that freshmen, like soup, were to be seen and not heard, that all respect toward upperclassmen was demanded, not requested, and that as a symbol of their inferiority, all freshman boys were to wear "rat" caps and all freshman girls badges. Our servitude, which became altogether too humiliating when a brilliant sophomore struck on the happy thought of calling the freshman roll at football games, lasted until the Oglethorpe tilt, then, and only then, were we permitted to walk on the grass and promenade unmolested before upper- classmen. Yet for all the belittling we received at the hands of sophomores, juniors and seniors, the freshmen were viewed in a new and appreciative light when the freshman football team began rolling up victories for U. C. The outstanding work of Duncan, Tucker, lvlonroe, VVhite and Haley restored the "rats" a degree of haughtiness and pride which was in the way of becoming completely obliterated. VVith the production, "The Importance of Being Earnest," the histrionic ability of the Class of ,34 was brought to light by Nlarguerite Bacon, "Sookey" Robinson, and Edna Lay. Not a little of the accomplishments of the freshmen was the splendid record of the freshman basketball team. Undefeated throughout the entire season, the "Baby hloccasinsl' with such players as Olinger, White, Haley, Tucker and Shacklett made for themselves a worthy name. If our period of humiliation did nothing more for us, it certainly instilled in us a spirit of revenge that will live and grow until it is vented next year on the new crop nf freshmen. Miss ELIZABETH VVIGHT. 76 i 1 V 1 1 1 ELL 1 1 ATHLETICS 1111 ,Ms oottlhvallll Season 'ff' 930 The l7niversity oi' l'hatlanoog:a began its 15130 football season on September 20 with Mur- freesboro Normal as opponents. The game turned out to be a mueh harder one than was antieipated, the final seore being 25 to 0. t'hat- the opening' period the ball was our own 40 yard line aeross the y taking' it over after Ifarioletti tanooea. In driven from goal, lierry Iiab and lt. I., Trail had helped him earry it down the field. TI murh in the ie seeond tout-hdown was nride saine way by Trail after Haby, Matusek. and Ifarioletti had passed, punted and to the last few yards. A few the seeond halt' opened the third :tile by Raby from the 14 yard run it down minutes after st-ore was rn line, The final tour,-hdown was made in the elosing moments by Tubby Haswell, after he had reeeived a pass from Vie Ilalbach and stepped aeross the goal line. All kieks for extra points were missed. but on the last kiek by Tneker the ball bounded over the upiiahts after hitting the back of a player, making the seore Z5 to 0. The second ganie of the year was played at Nashville in the Dudley Howl with the strong S. I. t'. eontender. Vanderbilt, as the host. The opening.: quarter ended 0-0, with Vandy on the offensive, and Chattanooga putting all they had into the game. After the tirst few plays of the seeond quarter, Vandy seored their first TIJ. lerbilt men went into the game, and the jig wa ,Qs-rs and the regulars eompletely annihilated s. Vandy, 263 Vhattanoofqa, 0. In the two ret Coixcn DREW Cfmcn "Semper" Moox s up. Hur enerpzy had been us. Before time was Called naining' quarters they made two more goals to bring: the seore to 39-0. Only two l'. t'. men played the entire game, It. I.. Trail and Floyd Hightower, Most of the other regulars were earried off the field, Captain lfindley being: laid out for halt' of the season and Bt-quette out for the entire year. The game was won by Vandy on passes. only one Tl? being made through the line, The lone CThattanoo,f:,'an who eonld gain an3' ground at all was Trail, who made two sus-eessive first downs in the last half. The following Saturday it was a crippled team whieh eame onto Fhamberlain Field in its first defense of the S. I. A. A. title won the previous year. Presbyterian Vollege ot' South Varolina took full advantage ot' the situation and all the breaks, and went bark home on the large end of a G to T score, Chattanooga seored first in the first period, Trail going: over after a 411 yard pass from Hal- baeh. The goal was missed. .lust before the quarter ended Shadden fumbled a punt and a P. t'. man was on it. On the first play of the seeond quarter period Presbyterian seored. and made good the extra point which deeided the game. In the entire last halt' the Moc-easins were on the offensive, but for some reason or other were unable to push over a touehdown. Twiee they had the ball within the ten yard line, and on one ot-easion only larked six inches of a seore. Centre Uolonels were the next association opponents of the Blue and Gold. And again a single point stood between l'. C. and virtory. Early in the first period Hightower bloeked a t'entre punt behind the goal and Ilolden fell on it for a touehtlown. The extra point was missed when Iiaby was stopped before he could eross the goal after receiving a pass. During the seeond and third quarters Chattanooga time and aprain stood off attacks helped greatly by the punting of Iiaby. In the r,-losing period tho Ilrewrnen weakened, and the Kentuckians smashed Over a touchdown from the 2 yard stripe. Their extra point was made, and twiee in sueeession lf. of C. went down, T to 0. The third S. I. A. A. foe ot' the year. Mercer. bet-ame the tirst assoeiation vietim ot' the unlueky Moe:-asins after a hard and thrilling strufrgle. Uofeaptain Bowden Ifindley was back in the game, and so was that old spirit and fight whieh had been lacking since the start ot' the year. The ,Noo- gans scored tlrst when one of NValden's punts was blocked by Findley. and a safety ehalked up as Pinkey fell on the ball behind his own goal, In the same period Trail, Raby, et al., took the ball the length of the field, from our own 5 yard line, to their 2 yard line. Trail making the marker as the seeond quarter opened. In typieal fashion the extra point was missed. But this time we didn't need it. XVe already had two points, plus six, and all Mercer eould seore during.: the rest of the game was one lone touchdown, despite the grand ball-toting.: of Pinkey XValden. Captains Gross and Find- ley were the outstanding' linemen. while Matusek and Trail shone in the baektield and Raby's effeetive puntin,t',' staved off several threats. The vaunted Mississippi Choetaw passing' attaek worked wonders for the lloeeasins in their next game and l'. V. won by a st-ore of 24 to T. As usual, tfhattanooga failed on extra points. The Mis- sissippians tried twenty-four passes, two were eompleted and two were intercepted. Trail intercepted one and ran it baek 00 yards for a touehdown. and liaby ran another baek to the three yard line, from where Shadden carried if over. Mississippi seored first. A pass was intereeptetl by them, ear- ried to the eight yard line. and on the first play of the seeond quarter seored and also made the extra point. This aroused the fisliting Aloeeasin spirit and they eame bark ti5.:'hting'. However. it was a quirk break. aceompanied by Stunt' quick thinking by Matusek that was responsible for the first L'hattanoop.:'a score. The Vhoetaws punted and the ball was grounded by one ot' their men. At least he thought he grounded it, Init under the 1930 rules the ball must be covered until the referee Then the first string Vanl spent on the seeond strin for the halt' the seore wa 79 I ,, QQ 1' 11-Hightower A 15-Halbach 12-Haswell 17-Urban 13-Trail 18-Matusek 14-Bradford blows his whistle. As thc- Indians loft the l'rt-z- Again lhe om jtitnt-t-nsin fighting: spirit. whit-h t-nrrit-tl 'Pony pit-lied it up :1n'l ran for at TIP. all of whit-h lt-Vt tht-in tlirough twu snt-t-t-ssful srzxstvns, slmnt- :ind wht-n tht- Mississippizins tllN'll-IYIOUIIIKWI :mtl wtuudt-ring. This tht- timnekee-pt-1"s tinzil whisllt- haxtl blown tht- svore st-t-mt-tl to talct- tht- pt-p out tn' Mississippi, :intl wt- rt-ntl, U. C., 135 llowzirtl, 9. An inspired iirst hulf sc-twt-tl again, this time on at pnss, Matusek to Ruby. wus iwsponsilxlt- fm' the vit-ttmry. Shaddt-n, playing 'l'ht- third quartter wus st'o1'clt:ss. with both tt-:uns put- axntstht-1' bang-up gnine, scart-tl twive. Ont- chance ting' up 11 rugged tlt-i't-nst-. llnz-ing tht- last pt-t-intl tht- Villllt' after Keyst-1' 1'et'overt-tl zt, Bulldog fumlvltz, and Choc-laws startt-d ht-:wing 1121SSt'S in an zlttt-nipt, to tht- trthtar camt- wht-n a punt was lialf-blot-kt-tl. One twt-1't'o111e our lt-:id anal, as shown tht-y at't'mnplisht-d nl' t,-Xtra points was madc- gtmtl bl' Raby, Howard just the oppositt-, Tht- ontirt- lint- played its ht-st st-tu-t-tl ax saft-ty tin zi rather t'1't-:ik play. Tht-y drove ganw tif the sezxstm. and Rsilvys taunting' was out- tht- lvzill to the Your yard lint-. funilnle-tl and tho ball SI2Llltll'll:.2', as was SlliUldl'11yS lint- plunging' and T1'zLil's lmuntlt-tl ovt-1' tht- line. Hzlllmvh pieked it up and plain and fancy t:zLvtu'tinQ. thrt-w it back unto tht- field, tht-rt-hy giving tht-ni an lltvwurd was tht- nt-xt gut-st :lt the If. nl' C. lzxir. zinttnnzititg saft-ty und two points. With a ruggt-tl de- ...- A X 19-Gentry 24-Humphries 21-Gross 25--Tucker 1 U-Q ,Alltel ll 26-Nardo 23-Hussey Z7-Raby I1-use in the lust hull' thl- Moor-asius wi-ru zilvll- tn sus- tlil- l'i11'plt- gmail lint-. Un six tliftkxw-:it 1,1-tusi-mis th- tuiii the It-:ul that lmtl lu-eu built up. IIuw:1r4l's only llluf- :xml Grwlll xxm-rim-S wviw- xx'itlii.i tht- Vurplt- tt-11 mzirker cumin- in tlu- lust quztrtl-r on 11 I0 yul-ll pass yzxrll lim- lm' pt first all-wu, nine times tin-y w.-rs iuul :t 25 yztrtl run. l-'zwiull-tti mutlt- mit- ol' tlu- y.m-'s within lWL-llty yztrtls ut' mln- Iiiial ina1'lu-ip but tlu-y must bm-wautiftxl l'lIIlS :mtl wus 11-slmxisilxlv thi- tht- sim- 1-mild nut ivum-Luw wlu-ii only ll :mall gftin mtstnt in und SQ011-. XYl1it1-y l'i'l1z1u took 9.01711 vain- uf' Spud lotlwlilluwlx, mul tht- tfzxiiit- vmlvtl 0 to 0. I"i'mn llz1Ily's llnvis, All-S. 1. A. A. tw-nu-1' for two yt-airs, and hi- np:-niiig slush ul' 54 yurcls to A yzlrfl lint- tu tln- linznl was sim-zu'eml llll fuui' out ol' Iivx- lrluls, 'I'l1n- 1-utirtc lll4lllll'IllS will-li fivn- 1-4rl1sos-lilivv fm'wz11'ml pzws-s tunk lim- and biwktit-Ill lrlziym-rl :xlmtlic-r liizxiww-Zlstls ,uzlmv of tlil- lmzill to tht- lll yulwl ships Viiattaiifmgzi hurl tllr' fm-Llrull. lmll in 'I'iL,m'l' te-rritwry thi- m:i,im-ity ui' tlit- timl-. Tlx- Tllm' following Sntlliwlzty, Nun-inlu-y' N, lin- I'11ix'e1'sity Mm-1-zlsilxs insult- t'0l1i'te-1-rl lirst xluwus tu S-Wallin-'s IW!! ul' Vliztttaiimmgu Mm-1-:isins out-IH-ugl t. mit-lwlztyxcl nut- wiml guiiit-tl Ilix ymwls against sl I'4:l' thi- l'11rpln-. liuhy gztilin-tl and wliippn-tl tht- Sl-wu1wt- Tig.-1':4 un 1-vm-i'y iuvh Elllti l-'.lri1:lt-tti rt-e-le-4l ull' runs liztlt' thx- ll-iigtli ut' til.- ul' L'l12lmlJei'lziin lin-lil 1-xv:-lit tht- Iixw- yall-mls giizlrllilig lin-lvl, only tu bu slum:-rl 11 ll-xv yards slwrl nl' ilu- m3Ql :Qt X 9 : M sgs I x IFPS, MU! , ,, 28-Keoninger, Unt 29-Farioletti 30-Shadden 32-Bequette gozll. S1-vvral passvs wvrs- cumlrlvtml fur lull!-I' Mains, lu ' ' ut a lm-w yards lrom tho goal thi-y 1-mlvml, and as thu gaxnv linishvml thi- llrm-wine-u wx-rv making last llvs- 1M'l'2lIl' attvmpts to sc-urv via ilu- air. The- Vitzulvl ol' Suuth l'ar'nlin:1 at 1'l1ai'lvsion xwvrs- hosts to the Mum-asins in thx-ir nvxt ,il'I'illiI'Ull battlv. Altvr a fast and furiuus game playm-nl uuslei' thx- lmruil- , ing sun the srorv was elm-zuliuvlwrl, T tri T. Iluriug' the z-ntirv first hall' lmth tm-mms put up a strung cle-l'm-use and nm-ither was ahh- to sl-ure, Early in tlw seminal half Vitatle-l smcurvd first on a 26 yard pass aflvr thzfv had rw-mivl-1+-si Halifax-h's fumlrlm-. Thi-y vmivt-1'tv4l thll extra point, Thi- Bluv and Gulrl lmvs r-um' ri-'ht lr -l' .V 1 .-. as X. and 11-ml hy Donna-lly, wha rarrim-nl flu- kirlc-o1T hall' 3 3-Fox 3 5-Keyser 3 7-Cerasole the llistanua ol' the rim-ld to thv Citadel 40 yard lint-, thvy tim-cl the m-aunt. llalhar-h passed to Ruby for 113 yarmls, llaby to Donnelly fm' 15 more and thrn 11. L, Trail varril-xl thv 1-gg: uvor in Your attvmpts. The L-Xtra point was missed, but the Ljadl-ts Wert- off-side and thx- point went to Flialtzlximvga. All th1ou,Q,'h the fourth quartt-r tho Mun-rasius worm- trying to break the tie, but val-h att:-mpt was dc-stiuurl to failure. Has! we-ll fumbled on one attunurt just short of a goal. and on mxutller Trail mlruppe-tl a pass on-1' tlw goal lim-, and tha- srfwew remains-d T-T. 'Fhanlcsgiving' Day saw the V. lj. M001-asins again iuvvtilig thx-ir traditional foe-S, the Ogletliorpl- Petri-ls. la-ml by Farirvlf-tti and Trail lwliiml a powerful line 40-Keoninger, Art 42-Donnelly 44-Findley V11-Villllllih the ITN-w'!1u'i1 sufvvvrlvrl in nlakiiig 21 Hrst rlowxis to Oglvtliorpifs G aufl dl-visively ill-fvatecl tha IH-trf-is 20 to G. No scores wore mado in tho opening' quartvr l'. V. taking the nft'1-zisive and Ogle-tliorpo thi- clvfeu- sive-, Soon aftl-r thi' si-rond quarll-r was umls-r way thc- Mol-1-asins hall a toul-lidown. Trail lralla- the marlu-r after hi- a,ml lfarioletti hall :lriven thi- hall by powor plays flown into striking' rlistauve. Rally marlv the 1-xtra point at 1-ml. Ogletliorpl- wok tho kivli-off straight llowu thu- iirlil for tlirm- tlrst downs on three plavs, th:-n afu-r llirw- plays passi-ml thirty yarlls for El lou:-llclrnvn. Missvml tho eXtra poilii, illltl thi- sm'orP was T-li, ll. C. Soon Hf'l,l'l'XY2XY'tlS, 'Pony Matusn-lc inter- ul-pts-rl a, pass, Rally lu Trail put thi- hall on thi- 25 45-Holden 38-Runyon O'Brien, Trainer Halsell, AI a na gel' varll liao Trail nmrie- 13. llaswl-ll T, thou Trail and . , I"a1'ioll'tti 1'arl'in-ll it Over to malu- tho :-:1-uri-2 13 to fi For tllv half. ln the vlosiiig' third xnarkm-fr, aml made- gmul the Pxtra minutes thi-5' put on-r a point, Trail maclv the tour-ltclown Flftill' llahy's punt stoppf-d 011 th" two yard lim-, anll the- 05411-tli put tho hall in a tion. T6-u soniors vmlocl th-ir l'. V. grill lfariolutti anal a pass orps- punt was short, and svoring posi- c-are-ers with this gains-. ll. I,. Trail, IA-wis Tuvlu-r, .lov Shadnlvn Irv Gross, Ifloyil Higyhtowi-r, l'la1'L'l14'n- Kanyon. Alla-rl IS:-qiietll-, l'11 G1-ntry. Also r Koeuiugxvr ami Bowclmi lflmllvy, who was assignwl to 1-oavh up-xt vm-ar's liar-- mvll, Freshman Football VVith an aggregation of prep school gridmen from all over the country in their ranks the I93O edition of Vniversity of Chattanooga freshmen opened their season with a 60 to o victory over Transylvania Frosh. l'nder the brilliant leadership of Captain Charlie VVhite, Maurice Mon- roe, Chick Hinds, and jim Duncan they trampled the Kentuckians, and the following week won their second game from Howard in Birmingham, I4 to o. Playing their third game i11 Macon a co11ple of weeks later they succumbed to Mercer, 21 to 0, after a hard game. Brimingham- Southern caught the baby Moccasin off their guard the next week-end, and due to over-confidence and injuries their second defeat was handed out, 7-o. Back in their old form Sewanee Frosh were taken into camp up on the mountain. One of the real struggles of the year-If C. Frosh, 7Q Sewanee Frosh, 6. Emory and Henry, bringing to Chattanooga an undefeated squad, went d0WYIl in the mud of Chamberlain Field by a score of 26 to 7. One of the strongest freshmen teams ever at the University promises plenty of varsity material for next year in -lim Duncan, Ollie Olinger, jim Haley, Charlie VVhite, Maurice Monroe, Yonk Kosik and others. Ho1.1,Ywooo B1L1.. FRESH A1 AN FooTB.A.1.1, R 15coRn Frosh . . . 60g Transylvania Frosh . . 0 Frosh . . 14: Howard Frosh . . . 0 Frosh . . 05 hlercer Frosh .... . 2I Frosh . . og Birmingham-Southern . . 7 Frosh . . 72 Sewanee Frosh ..... . 6 Frosh . . . 265 Emory and Henry Frosh . . 7 Frosh . . . 1075 Opponents . . .41 84 Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga Playvr H albach .... Rlatusek . Donnelly Cej Phillips . . . . Tucker . . . . Gross . 1.1 Pozlllx q Varsity lliiaslkethalll Record 285 35, 17? 215 185 2415 285 333 Alunini . . . . . Sewanee. . , XVCSfCl'Il Kentucky . Transylvania . . . Kentucky .... Louisville . . . . Y.lVI.H.A.. .. Birn1ingham-Southern 225 Y. lll. H. A. . . . 365 Sewanee ..... 325 Southwestern . . . 255 Bi1'n1inghanl-Southe1'n 315 Howard. . . . . 545 Howard .... ntlltulaalll Scoring lfL'l'PYIyL' Playrr Gam fs 8.2 liradford. . 5.1 VValler . 4.2 Lotspeieh . 3.9 Keyser. . 3.3 Shaclclen . . 2.7 Cerasole . Ss l . .32 . .41 . .24 . .55 .17 . .26 . .39 . .2o . .31 . .36 - A44 . .32 - -39 Poinlx .l'L'l'I'l1fftl 24, 2.4 5 0.8 2 0.5 1 0.3 U 0.13 O UJJ s 1. ..' xc va wjflr 'C 11' rx va" ares: w. I CAPTAIN EDDIE DONNELLY Guard Eddie was ll0t only a good captain, but the best guard Hlld oIIe of the best shots on th: floor. Uespite the fact that just before the sea- soII began he broke his foot, he played every gaIIIe, led his team Well, Hlld finished third highest scorer. VVe're proud of you, Ed, even though we had a tough year. VIC HALBACH F oricard As 'llony's ruIIniIIg Inate, Vic Halbach, playing his first year on the varsity, out-scored him and was the team's highest scorer. You could always count on Vic for those much needed baskets, and wheII he was right, he eouldn't miss those angle shots. 'fVic's got th' ball . . . two points!" TONY IVIATUSEK Forward It was usually Tony Mfatusek, that tricky forward, who broke the ice for Chattanooga. One of the best shots on the team, both under the basket and from the floor, Tony was a real sportsman and was well liked by fans, writers, coaches, referees, aIId his team mates. So well liked they elected him to captain the 1932 lloccasins. ALBERT PHILLIPS Center Another first-year man who was a regular, and a good oIIe, too, was Albert Phillips. Off to a slow start at the first of the year, Albert Inade up for it with a flashing finish, and was one of the Inain cogs on the offense and de- fense, and one of his clever "Lulu" shots won the Y. RI. H. A. game. ERV Gizoss Guard and Cerzler Playing his third and last year on the squad lirv Gross was at his best. A bit weak on shooting, he IDOTC than made up for it by his masterful guarding. Wheri it came to put- ting a good man on the opponentls best shot, Erv was the choice for the job. And our choice usually came through with flying colors. VVe'll Iniss 'im. 86 LEWIS TUCKER l'l0I'LL'IlI'II Tuck wound up his University career against Howard, and those who saw the game need not be reminded of Tuck's marvelous performance. Any time he got the ball it was just two more points, and he made about twenty-three that night. It'll be hard to find a man to take his place. WINDY BRADFORD Foruvzrd lylaking his debut on the Varsity, VVindy was going strong when his trick knee forced him to the side lines. A corking gocd shot, a man who watches his opponents closely, a good sport, VVindy will make us a good man next year. JAR HEAD WALLER Forfwarzl Jar-head, another recruit from the fresh- men, was a valuable man to the coaches and could be counted on to give everything when he got into the fray. With a little more ex- perience he should be a corlcing regular. POP KEYSER Guard During the halves it was Pop Keyser and his cohorts, Bradford, VValler and Lotspeich who entertained the fans with their antics. During practice it was Pop who helped give the regulars a real work-out. And on the road it was Pop who served as manager. He even scored one point in a game. Truly a versa- tile performer. And next year helll again be fighting for guard. DOUG LOTSPEICI-1 Center VVhen Doug was called into the game he gave his all for his Alma lllater. And when he wasn't in the game he was Pop's assistant, between halves and during practice. He'll be fighting again next year. JOE SHADDEN AND JOE CERASOLE VVe regret very much that space prevents our picturing and writing of these valuable men who helped so much in practice competi- tion which is so necessary to team develop- ment. The team, coaches, and school appreci- ate the part they played. .l'IOLLYW'0OD Blu.. S7 Freshman Basketball Under the tutelage of Coach "Humpy" Phillips, of the Tepcos, the 1931 edition of the freshman basketeers enjoyed iinpziralleled sueeess. Not once i11 twelve games did they taste defeat. Olinger, VVhite, Haley, Shaeklett and Company have met and taken into Camp the cream of the prep school, freshman, and independent opponents. The hue work of Tucker, Hines, and llloore can also he commended. F rosh Frosh l'll'0Sl'l F1-osh lfrosh Frosh Frosh I" rosh F rosh lfrosh If rosh lfrosh If ro sh 191412511 MAN . . . 34 . 40 ' 45 . 36 . 2I . 25 . 36 - 35 . 27 - 37 . I7 - -H- --397 88 Recoizn Bradley . . . Bradley . . . Industrial Cnhs Sewanee . . . lXIcC:1llie . . Baylor . . . Notre Dame . Berry . . . lN'ICCallie . . . Castle Heights . Berry . . . . Sewanee . . Opponents . . 17 22 23 I3 17 18 211 28 23 28 16 15 240 llmntermurall Sports Under Coach Humpy Phillips intermural sports were revived at the University during the interim between football and basketball. During November and Decem- ber several very exciting basketball games were played between teams sponsored by the fraternities on the campus. A schedule was made, a league formed and interest was high. The Phi Delta Sigmas and the Delta Chis seemed to have the best mate- rial, with the Beta Kappas and the A. L. T.'s bringing up the rear. All who took part, as well as the spectators, greatly enjoyed the games. As we go to press plans are under way for the annual track meet between the fraternities, that event which has been the source of much delight and training each year to all interested in track and Held events. Spring llfoottlballlll Under Coach Scrappy Rloore, assisted by Coaches Bowden Findley, Hal Snod- grass, Floyd Hightower, Unt Koeninger and Chuck Braidwood, spring football prac- tice was held on Chamberlain Field, and after four weeks of drilling. scrimmages, running signals, learning plays and fundamentals the annual "C" Club game was held. lnstead of the usual game this year three games were played on consecutive Saturdays. The results of the games between the two picked teams, the Blues and the VVhites, were: Blues. . . 143 VVhites . . 6 Blues . . . 21 3 Vvhites . . . . 7 Blues . . . 75 VVhites . ..... . I4 HOLLYWOOD BILL. 89 90 E B E I je O ,I iv: E E 9 E G I I E E E E E E Q E I K E z1,r3.1s19Q 'Ih.I!?!l'!1, .F X . ol 4 ri 5 ,mosooossouooauiossefaocn .anno n a vwvnmannmnwnnnnnmnunpnmniwafnvmZ?2nQkkL?kkkw?k??L??LkKJ NC" Club OFFICERS JOSEPH SIIADDEN . . ..... .... . . ..... . ........ President - ERVIN GROSS . . . . ................. Vice-Prnidrnt XNILLARD KEYSER .. . . . . . . . . .Secretary and Trrasurer ERVIN GROSS FLOYD HIGHTOWER CLARENCE flENTRY FRANK BRADFORD JOHN HUMPI-IRIES HARLEY RUNYAN BOWDEN FINDLI-:Y CLYDE HOLDEN JOSEPH CERASOLE WILLARD KEYSER ANDREW NARDO ARTHUR KEONINGER ANTON KEONINOER MEMBERS ALEXANDER URBAN VICTOR HALEACH ANTHONY MATUSEK BERRY RABY JOI-IN HASWELL EDWARD DONNELIY JOSEPH SHADDEN RALEIGH TRAIL MARIUS FARIOLETTI ALBERT BEQUETTE LOUIS TUCKER NORTON CRANE JACK HALSELL QW Auuuxnu uuuuuuuununuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuumqumguuuuunuunvuuuuu fi .5 ' .I ll , .C . , .E .I ul I .5 .C 5 . . . uc Y .5 .F .5 J A ' .E ,Q .E .5 ' ,E ,C ,E .5 ,F .F .G .5 ,K ,K .5 .E ,G ,G .Q ,G C C ,I . 9' 2' , "-1 OJHIRCIIHFS Ithllcrtjic Association MII DRED ALLEN . . . . . - - - - PN'-Wdffff ELIZAIIEIII LOCRWOOO . . ---' - VIH'-l"'f'51dfTlf LILLI.-XX SUMMISRS . . - 5Pf"f"fU"J"Tf1'f1W"L"' INIIEMIIERS MliRI,li ,ASHVVORTH MARGUERITE BACON JEAN COLEMAN BLANGIIE Fox ALICE LOUISE HELMS REBECCA JONES MARY LOUISE KROPP CATIIERINE TATIQM DEVERON BAUERLE CATHERINE COLMORIE VIRGINIA DEAKXNS INEZ HODGE ELLEN LOUISE Juno VVILLIE LEE KI'1"1'RELL VIRGINIA LOWRY PAuLE'I"I'E MAROT FRANCES MASSEY VIVIEX SHAVV IQLOISE S'I'ANIuIIfER MARGARET Moss LIILA MORRISON EONA MAE PAINIER REGINA SUXDSTROM 92 1V1UIR'I'li1,LI-I XVIETZEL RUTI-I SIIIPP MARY EMMA ALLEN NELL PARIS DoRo'I'IIx' DUNCAN CSLADYS ROBERTS ANN CIIIVINGTON SADIE FRUMIX IQATIIERINH LOVVREY INA SPRACUE SOPHIE KIXSET' A, vqgxvr -:fur Women's Athletic Association W. A. A. was organized at U. C. in the fall of 1929. Any girl enrolled in the University who has earned 75 points according to the point system is eligible for membership. Any girl who gets a total of 6oo points will receive W. A. A. emblem which she can apply to a sweater and if she gets 1,000 points she will receive a monogramed sweater. All VV. A. A. members realize "it pa s to pla ." Health, recrea- Y Y tion and sportsmanship for all students are the main points stressed in our inter-class sports program. Every girl in the department is given an opportunity to play on a team and win points. Hockey is one of the outstanding fall and spring sports. The hockey field is the place to make real friends, playing the game to- gether for the joy of playing. Speed ball is the game where you can kick as much as you please and get by with it. Basketball offers the most interesting class tournament of the year because the girls are all playing for that dinner given to the cham- pion team and the captains of all the teams by Dr. and Mrs. Guerry. Other sports that are equally as interesting are archery, tennis, hiking and track. A year in physical education would not be complete without our annual whoopee party, "On With the Dance." Pink and orchid, Wisteria and rambling roses and white lattices transformed the gymnasium into a paradise on May I. It was here that we displayed the true femininity of athletics for women. Juanita Walters, who has for two years acted as our master of ceremonies, introduced our student body and faculty, some of the most unique and attractive members being represented by tap choruses, singers extraordinary and beautiful interpretative dancers from our natural dancing classes. The last outstanding event of the year is our W. A. A. banquet given at a downtown hotel. It is at this time that our monograms and sweaters are awarded and the new ofhcers are elected. 93 s.. "..',,, u M I l P F r E 94 4 , ,W A, , A, W., V . wif Mk J' .. 5255+ z lynn gseqhta-23? Ag? W,fpvm.d pwwuuzt-ff A SSN..-v-Q-,Aka E -1 r,,H--gtg? -'L:?hlL ,AT f'1?fZ51:X .sn ,-11 213335. nfs. .:-+"f'ik ,,v.-,,.., ,,,,A5,,.w.V Fab.. ,,fl,!' A, "M w M. ""' ff' W 'E . . -fu mon w,xwg-.4-A-l:.-,.s.wa..ff-M .ivsffgmcmwwmmflra: Qwww1Hmn wgqQ,gQqm,,.,,55w,p,gi2e,.Emx-Q 'a L wif-2 Suki. , , wg ' I ,r I ' -.5 r ? fi i 1 1551 Ei r f s, ' k i 4, L , . x . 5. s Q K . 5 . if ' n I Eg' w , V. "',i:5'.gE1.Q'1. fm, w L , Quang ' , r .f in '. 141. V " ,.- X 1fffw"f w i Q 2-we-J Q M ' fbmwsmkwlgmf wr- f , I WP 1 FEATURES Q W' -' f V X4 .N ,J-.-,, m -, fr-I-V. H M. ..,g4,4 . -'Ml 4, -A. ,I I- . x 4- ' A ' 2"' Q iw 1 Ar- ff f 152 'xngdfi ,Q .... ,,v , '--Q' 'rw 4. 1. Q... ,' 1 ,W avfff A. N gg "' gf : sk"xe'2'5.g 9' v 1 ', fi 2 "' F' . f1.,a,fs-4' gf' I .A..w A Y . V .5 I , - 5 .. M' ' f"' HF qt 'M 4 I KW-v.,-Z9-r"'f Q1 -F D 4. Q Q 7' 'r ,, . 15 v ' Editor? Sponsor 5VIiss Jflary Smma cpqllen 5VIiss U4 lice Carden CBusiness 5VIanager's Sponsor 5Vliss 3401131 Lamoreaux f- .Jun 5VIis5 f9VIyldred 0411611 CN iss Nell CParis 3Vliss CDorotby Tuncan 5VIiss Sara Keith qiaulston CReed Qardner CBacbelor of Ugliness Y ,,,,,,,,W YYY. 4 Slain 'Building Twenty Tears cyfgo Yes, it's a football game - Klein and somebodgfs automobile - Dr. Ed- warcls - Virginia, and ber smile - Jarvis rigbt before exams - Tbe bancl - Silverman in one of bis ligbter moods - Tbe personality twins - Lapbam and Turley, also in a mood - Tbe entrance to tbe Commons - liflurpby and some of tbe Band. The frst, and last, snowfall - No Manjs Land during a snow - Slvell Witlv a lveating attaclzment, it uses Granger - Looking down Oak St. - Coaches Findley and Snodgrass - Myers and Duncan gamlaoling on the green - Uak S t. entrance, dangerous ground - Mary Ellen Slvaw in tlve midst of tlie storm - On tlve inside looking out - Two views of tlve Sta- dium and Chamberlain Field. V 'frv-viii .... -.-.QV """ R" . V . .gp-1.41-1-19' - f ' u-1 ' . ' ' A' " .,. -hxno-1-fl:v"lV-o r vAvr1.,an1'0'P"'P"'i" ' , , A yy . , -sv M L+ A '. L.,,,,.,-1 - Glimpses of Admiral Byrcfs visit - Entering the drive - The police es- cort - A. D. Pi car - Leaving chapel after the ceremonies - The Chem Lab. - Farmer - Lotspeich and Humphries - The rush to 10:30 classes -- Charley and Mary Emma. oi Qiwrfi ff's' ,,siss L .iiiii ffifffi o y K aim' ,palm iiii hi 1. h- ,se 3 5 51 Q, 1: TZ if 'st Q K rs i 41' E v :ge , '5 '71 . Ig A S S , 1 ' ' J Iii? I-51"fg The editor of the Echo - Charley and Tib - Unt and his nose - Little Nell - Parlor Tricks -- The presi- dent of the Student Body - Admin- istration Building from the Tower - Roy - Mr. Conley - On the way to Chemistry - Our cheerleaders - The editor - The A. D. Pi house - Pi Phi house - On top of the Tower - The city from the Tower. 4--sf--. The Commons Ten Tears cylgo a 'fm Q 'mf aww Zyx-ixlfifww Nxt? .,,u'f"""'+.i tw,-liwlkqa Q 5 E x ' V , : T 'f A ' V ,Hi Ig, A f E 'F ,gg ,. , ,.., :W-,-v:. . m fg 1, M " Nm L V . ' ' qgwmwwmawwamwmg I w k V , 1' . M 1 I 1 .. , 5' ,, 1 Ml -T77 i V L '--- - -, ,,.. .- . .,.. , .Y '...f .- sw f- :.m"f4"wkaf-'fret-1114" ' '-MUMHIOF- . ' - - t 41 .Q fUgi 1--f ii: QRGANIZATIONS L M .... 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FENTOX CAREY . VIRGINIA DEAKINS LIONEL SILVYIRMAN VVILLIAM VVIIITE . EDVVARD GIQAGAN . II . . . . . . Iluxiness Manager Ixxislant Business Managtr . . ,-Issisiant Editor . Scnior Editor . . Humor Editor . Sporis Erliior . Class Editor Editor ,J 4, ,, V! EL ,..,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,..4.,L,, ,,. .,,, ,,L,,,,. ,,.m,,,. .MM ,. M, M, ,M ,,,, , ,,,, .,,,., E , , , , ,, E. L-. U . ,..,. .,.,-..,---Mi., 3 I 1 L L 1 ...M , 3 jx' 113.1 'ww ,,.,...,E.,.- ..,-..,,.-.. -......,-.,-,,-.,. ,W ,E ,,,,. - ,. .EE ,- ., ., ,.,-, . .... ...- .1-f ..f'- v A- f--f ---A ----- vpfi' A-if! 'liz 4.19 ,gg -1 if ly" t 2 7:5 fgf S We '95, Q Z. 5 Ii I 5 4:5 2 Yi! Q11 1 5 gig 17' 4 Q-R5 fl 5 QM 1 f ,jg A 2 In ' Q LFE 1 1 F I 5 SF 3 fl? 'I f 'Alf U! , !' :Qt 2 L3-F ilr 9 jf fn, i .rf El s an ily K fx", 51, , s .fi 5:1 E 'll sf, , , 5 '.l 55, A The Unnvcrsnty Echo 3 4 1 . . . 4 Y' ' . The 131-Weekly Pzzblzvatzoiz of tho Studmzt Ifrnly Q 1 A , 4 :F ' , ' 331: STAFF f Q34 STANLEY BRADING .... .,.., ....... . E ditor 2 LIS if, . MARVIN MURPHY ..... . . . ..... Assislanl Editor , ,li - NEWTON Dlcxs ..... .... A 'IA'5i5ftl7lf Ediior j 5:5 1 . ' VVILLIAM VVHVIE . . . . .-Issisfant Editor I V. Z Q MOLLY LAMOREAUX . . . . Nofws Edifor 1 i 1' 5 JAMES MAHONEY . . . Sporlf Editor ? i 7 3 PAUL LONG .... . . Literary Editor L gli -if LIONEL SILVERMAN . . ..... Feature Editor 1 far' FENTON CAREY . . . - . . . Organizaiion Editor 5 V f "" Q JAMES JARVIS .... ..... B zzsirzfss lllanagcr WIT ' MU1R'1'ELl.E VVIETZEI. .... ,lssismzzt Business Manager - rli 'sr ' JOHN A. 'IEURLFY . . . .Jssistanl Busirmvs Managor vii A ?'r5 '11 ,Qu fo 3 i55 il 1 Il. f lj? . g JJ 5 -A z vm 3' 2 Ll? v 2 ml, ig- U' 1 'ii sg -.' I V 1 ang? . 1 Q :-55 121 i fi: if 3 5 I-5 l7.z ' - ,jr QL R ,ri IU A 3 1-Ei .34 ' Q . Z5 We 2 3 iw 1 5 Q4 I 2 Q3 Iii E g M' ig' 1 1 :fl QE' 2 I 1' 'IS Lil 1, ,, .... , A,.., L .. ,. , A , , , Y .,, iii r4f"f'f'i"39"f': E Sigma Tau Delta National English Fraternity OIFFICERS ELIZABETH PARKER. . . .... Prfszdenl LEWIS PENNEBAKER . . . VzcePr1szdfnt LIONEL SILVERMAN . . . . . Secretary MARIE RULKOTTER . . Treasurer PAUL LONG . . . . Historian ELIZABETH PARKER LEWIS PENNERAKER LIONEL SILVERMAN MARIE RULKOTTER PAUL Loxc VVILLIAM MCGIIEE BTEMBERS 116 MILIIREIJ LAMOREAUX BRANTLEY WATSON EDVVARD CFEAGAN CORNELIA R0Ls'I'0N VIVIEN SIIAW JUANITA VVALTER LIONEL SILVERMAN . . BRANTLEY VVATSON. . ELIZABETH PARKER . . MARIUS FARIoI.E'1'II LIONEL SILVERMAN BRANTIIIZY XVATSON ELIZABIi'I'Il PARKER MARIUS FARIOLETTI MILOREO LAIWORHAUX FLIZAEEIII XVILRERSON ENID PARKER Beta Pi Theta 2Vatim1r1I French Fraternity OIFIFICERS . .I. - MEMBERS PAUL LONG CORIXXIC HARPER YULA BARKER S'1'ANI.EI' BRAIIINII SYEII. SHUMACRER CORNELIA ROI.s'I'ON GRACE BICKERS II7 . . . . President . Vice-Prfsidcnt . . .Secretary Treasurer ALICE LOUISE HELMS VIVIEN SHAW FRUMA BELLE VVINER FRANCES LEVIN MARJORIE VVATSON MARX' NENA BALE5 XVILLARII KIiX'SER Organized to promote a Blue Key Nalional llonomry Fratfrnily ny service for the betterment of the school. Election to melubership is based on Outstanding leadership in Coll ' ' ' AI.RPfK'I' M. BEQUEHE, JR. . FRVIN GROSS .... REED CIARDNER . ege aetlvxtles. . . . . I're.fidz'nt . Vim'-l'rc5id1'r1t . . .Serrflary NORTON CRANE . . Trfasurcr BIEMBERS W11.mRn KEX'SER ERVIN KIROSS LIONEL SILVERMAN JOE SIIADDEN ALBERT BEQUETTE REED flARIJNlER NORTON CRANE IIS Theta Alpha Phi Ncltifnxzfzl DlYll1lIlfiC Fralcrfzity TENNESSEE GAMMA OFI-'ICERS MorA1,vI,AM0REALrx , . . . . . . . . . . Prwsidenl BRAX'1'I.EYVVA'I'SON . . . Ififf-I'rwJidnzl Lu,1.1,xN SUMMERS. . , . . Scfrriary REED CEARIJXIER , . Trraszzrcr BIEMRERS DR. Ilwm XV. C'0kxEI.1L'5 MOI,I.X' LAMOREAEX Mks. DAVID VV. CORNELIUS BkAx'1'1.Ex' XV.'x'1's0N MOORIE -I. SMITII LII.I.IAN SUMMERS REED G.XRI7YIiR II9 Thc University Qhoir PROE. BLINN OW'l'IN . ......,...... ......... C 'hair Dirrcmr LEWIS PENNHBAKER . . . Sfudfnf Dirrdor ,IEAN COLEMAN . ...... ..... I ,ilzrurimz MRS. J. VVIIIIS MANSON . . Choir Marlin' QILADYS ROIRHRTS . ...... . Ilccompanisl SOIIRANUS ' MARX' EMMA ALLEN JEAN COLEMAN GLAIIYS LAWRENCE REGINA SUNDSTROM ,ALBERTA BUSII BLANCIIE Fox IEIJNA MAI' PAINIER CATHERINE T.-X'l'UM MARGUERITE BACON SARAII I. HENSHALL CORXELIA R0I,S'I'0N EI,IzAnE'I'II THOMAS EVA C'oI,LIE RUTPI HAYS LAURA SELCER ELIZAEETH SPITLER MoLI,Y LAMOREAUX LOUISE SLATER ALTOS LAVANCHE BIGCS REBECCA JONES EDNA LAY ALICE LOUISE HELMS VIRGINIA LOWRY GUSSIE RIDIILE TENORS STANLEY BRAIJING .ALBERT RANKIX CIIARLES VVATSON CHARLES LIERRON BASS LEE CONLEY DAVID MINOR IEARL POSEY TIIEOIIORE STAPLETON JOIINI E. MOORE LOUIS PICNNEBAKER BETIIEL ROPIER 120 LEVVIS C. PliNXIiI3,XKER . MARVIN MURPHY Trumpets Tr BOROEN JONES FRANK HAUGH AI,l,PIN CAMPBELL JIM FO HARBIN EARL MANNING onzbones DILLON fIRliEN RALIJII IJIEXNIS CARLTON IIALE RICIIARII SIELCER The University Band Saxophones RALPH COOPER ROBERT COLLINS FRANK HA NsmaRc:IfR Iiarilonrz DIXIE LEWIS l,'larim'fs MARK CAMBRON N1.-XRSHALL IJIQHJXKZ VVESLFY NUJRKIAX HARRY IIEIIIEQK, JR. HOWARD SLIGER JOHN '.l'URLEY 121 I-I 1105 Bass . . Bandznaslm . Drum flflajor ARRANTS DARWIN EARL COUNTS EUSIXXCE TOMBRAS Dru 1115 IDAVID MINOR VVIIILIIXM MCGIIEE JAQR ROOMAN XVILLIAM STILL HEODORE STAPLETON YI. MI. C. Am OIFIFICERS MARVIN MURPHY . .... . . . President BORDHN JONES .... . lfice-Prrsidmzt ALBERT RANKIN .... . . . Srrrclary STAxI,EI' BRADING . . Trrnswfr CABINET HARRY MYERS . . . . Social Sfrwim Nliwmx DICKS . . . Enrollmrnt VVII,III,wI XVoRKMAx CHARLES COLIIWIQLI, . H. F. Hmm . . . I22 . . Fimxnfr . Program Consfitufion Y, WI. CI Af. MoI,I.x' LAMOREAUX . , REBECCA JONES ..., VIRGINIA CqAS'I'0N . ENID PARKER . CARRQLI, DIQIIKINS . ELIzAma'I'II HAIRD . CORIXXIC IIARPER . MAkG,xkIs'I' AIISOBROOK . XYULABARKHR. . . . SARA Kl'1I'l'll RA L'I.s'I ox OFFICERS CABINET 123 . . . . Prfnvident . Vine-PrL'.vidmt . . .Sefrflary , Trwasurcr - . Social 1VI1'l11l1l'l'5hfp . . I'xilH17ll'l, Cinliny Tm . ljlzrarian . Plllllfffly Qcczmfllfcdl Cotimlion Club SARA KPl1'l'II RAIgI.s'I'oN . . VIRGINIA DISAKIXS . . . . CATI-IIaRINIz C0'I"I'RR . . Bl2'1"I'Y LAUDERBACII . MOLLY LAMOREAUX . RIEMBERS MARY EMMA ALLEN MARY NENA BALIQS RNA BRIAN JOSIQPIIINE CIIAMBERS DOROTHY DUNCAN LUCILLI5 HAMIIY ELIZABETH HALL SARA JANE IiEXSllAI.L VVILLIE LEE Kl'l"l'RliI.I, . l1IeP145zdI1If . . . .Svznlary . Tr1'asurwr . . Rfjlorlwr MARIIIA LAMOREAUX RRIIHCCA IVICQIARRITY MARTHA NICHOLAS NIILL PARIS VIRGINIA SIMPSON I':I,IZ.XBIZ'1'II STREIZTICR FRANCES VALENIINIQ MARJORIE VVA'I'soN DOROIIIY VVENNING I2I.IxAI3E'I'II VVIGIII' 124 Beta Bcnta Beta Nafional Biology Fratf'1'nity ELIZABETH PARKER . . AZILEE JOHNSON . . . LUCILLE SIIUGART .... WII.I.IAIvI MCGHEE . . GEORGE SCHWITZER . . ELIZABETH PARKER AZILEE JOHNSON I,UcILI.E SHUGART WII.I,IAIvI MCGIIEE GEORGE SCHVVITZER RUTH RAYMOND BRANTLEY VVATSOE O Iflflc FRS NIEMBERS . . . . Prcsidenf . Virzf-Prrsidzfnt . . . . Sffrvlary . Trnzsurrr . Historian EUGENE MCALLIS'l'l?R OLA CRAVVLEY ERVIN GROSS RUTH ENTREKIN MOORE J. SMITH HUGH B. MAGILI. DR. VVYMAN R. CRRICEN MISS ELEANOR MCGILLIARD I25 llntcrmautifonalll Rsllautions Cllrumb Nzziional Poliliml Srizwzfp Club OFITICERS 'I'RAyIMEI.I, NTOORPI . . . .-.-- - .-.-. P1'z'J1dfl1l MoI,I,x' I.AMoRE.'xI'x . . . - . .-.-. l'1H'-Pffsidmt 1Q,A1,Mg,.yl-H MARQUE1- , , . . Sffrrlary and Trwaszwn' Cll.'XRl.liS COLIJVVIZIII. . , Srrgmnt-al-.Inns IYTEMIZERS MARY Nlixlx ISALES JENNY LEA PAUL LONG EI.I:AxoR Lows MRS. ,ALICE VV. N1II.'I'0N VIQRAMMICLI, NUJORIZ IVIARVIX MVRPIIY REBECCA MCCl.xRRl'1'Y IIOVI' PARKER MARIE RUIIKO'l"I'lER LIONEL SILVIZRMAN juxx1'I',x VVAIIIER KIX'l'llERIXli VVEIx'I'HERLY XVII.I.I.XM VVORKMAX ALICE Cxklmrcx I26 MOLLY LAMOREAUX IZIWVARD GEAGAX VVII,I.,xRn KEYSER CIIIIRLIQS COLDVVELL AI.nER'I'A BUSH AI,nER'm BEQUETTE El.Iz,xnE'I'II MARQUET DR. PRESCOTT Forensic Council OFFICERS NORTON CRANE . . . ...... .... . President BRANTLEY WATSON. . . Vice-Prwidfnt RICHARD Fox . . .Sefrfrary MEMBERS NORTON CRANE REED GARDNER RICHARD Fox BRANTLEY VVATSON EDWARD GEAG.AN EARL MANNING MARLIN MURPHY H. F. BOHR 127 Sigma Pi Sigma National Plzyxivs Fraternity ETA CHAPTER CJFFICERS MARY LOUISE KROIIP . . .... .... . Prfsirlenl PAUL O. FARMER ..... .... . I'ira-1'rwsiflM1t AI.I!liR'l' RIQEII KTARDNER . . Sfrrcizzry-Trmszzrcr IXIEMIIERS DR, DAVID XV. C0RxI:I,II's PAUL O. FARMER NLXRY LOUISE KROI-P IAIIBERT REED GARIIXER 128 Spanish Pllalycrs OFIFICERS LOUIS PINNIBAIIIR . . Prmdcnz VIRGINIA DILAKINS .... ....... P uf Prmzdnzt JOSEPHINE CHAMBERS . . Svfrffary and Trzasurer INCIEAIBERS AI,RliR'l',X BUSH BEI.FIEI.n CARTIIR JOSEPIIINIC CHAMBERS FENTON CAREY CA'l'HliRIXIi Co'I"I'ER VIRGINIA DIQAKINS AZIl,ElE joIINs'1'oN I XVILLIAM MCQZIIIEIS MILIIRED LAMOREAUX LOUIS PENNEBAKHR josIaPII SHADIIEN I2I,Iz.xmc'I'II SPI'I'I,IaR C.I'I'HI:RIxE TA'I'L'M Ni.-XRVIX MURPHY cv4lma 5VIater Lookout Mountain, o,er us guarding Ceaseless watch doth keep, In the 'valley stands our college, Where the shadows creep. As in days of blood and battle, On that mountain height, Soldiers fought, so she shall ever Stand for truth and right. Loyally we hear her standards, Blazon'd gold and blue, Forward, upward, ever onward, Forth to dare and do. CHORUS Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Loud the anthem swell, Sing, oh sing of Alma Mater- All her praises tell. 130 I I I I I N ,W -..s....- -.,.--.-.-......., I I E . 1 ,ig I I I I I I I I I I H! 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E A I!! , ' v Alpha Lambda Tau J I Founded at Oglethorpe University, 1916 J XI CHAPTER Established 1929 Colors: Old Gold and Black Publifation: The Rose Leaf CLASS OF 193 I NORTON CRANE PAUL FARMER HERMAN BARNETT REED GARDNER FENTON CAREY LOUIS PENNEBAKER HUGH MAGILL MOORE J. SMITH, JR. I CLASS OF 1932 IOI-IN PAUL HENDERSON MARVIN MURPHX RAY B. SLAOLE CLAss OF 1933 H. F. BOI-IR EARL COUNTS CHARLES COLDWELL DAVID MINOR BOUVARIJ SHELL MARSHALL DELONG WILLIAM S'rILL ARRANTS DARWIN WILLIAM WORKMAN JOHN CALLAWAY ROBERT BIGGERS DILLON GREEN BORDEN JONES SAMUEL PHILLIPS CLASS OF 1934 CHARLES CLARK JOHN WRIGHT GUY HIXON ALLAN HODGE C. E. HUTCHESON JAMES MCCALL 133 . , I :Ji 'Img ' i'?.'H57'4'?4"5NH'?iu.U.".5'."."4".5'5'J".F'a"."L9.'L".'l'7'.5'L"."."."Jn4F?'J".'J'4F?5"4'4"?293321"LV."Lm."L'?."L"."2?P'!'A5'.'?-'?."5 I . . , canon Oauuollulltol 'vbfv-fv,'vp-fvpfvpfqvfnvfvnqasQ1vfzw'vw'nvffrsfvafvafvsfvsfnwfv-fpsfvn!umf-sfvs'sewfvn,nw2vpfz-sfe.w!v:1,n---nw nw, vw. . vw on nw. nv zu nv va anv- Eu, A - H - I , Q AMML,-f n . .,,gh,aa.,, zu, M .3 up A ?"' in 11' I .. is . X Rx-- , 1, x, L I. , . wit 1. Phi Dc Ita Sigma Established 1914 CLASS OF 1931 ALBERT BEQUETTE HOYT PARKER DIXIE LEWIS TRAMMELI. MOORE ELLIS GOODLOE RALPH SMITH BOWDEN FINDLEY JAMES JARVIS CLASS OF 1932 WILLARD KEYSER ANTHONY MATUSEK CLASS CLYDE HOLDEN EDWARD GEAGAN HOWARD HALEERSTADT ALVIE EDWARDS CHARLES WATSON WINDHAM BRADFORD BERRY RABY ARTHUR KEONINGER OF 1933 JOHN WALLER VICTOR HALDACH STANLEY BRADING JOHN TURLEY JOHN HASWELL JOE COLVARD T. N. TUCKER CLAss OF 1934 MALCOLM MOORE WILLIAM FORD JOHN KosIK MAURICE MONROE HOWARD HALL FRANK BLAKELY JACK RODMAN HOWARD NELSON FRED PARKER JAMES LATIMER RICHARD FRANK RALPH DENNIS LEWIS COOK JACK PUTNAM RICHARD PRICE WILLIAM STEM 4 . JAMES MAHONEY 135 in' - - -A W A , ,, IH' 8?.5'v!"J'9.'3"-W"."A".5'."."Q5'.5'."I"Q'?d".'L'?Q'L?.?F'5'L"."F'.?34F35'J".'L"JF?'i"4'4'!'S'?P'SVA'?."Lm5"??."f'L"'."2?'."!'3'.'P." 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BOYD DANIEL CLEMMER EVERETI' COLLIER HARRY BURNETTE Class of 1934 THOMAS ERWIN EUGENE ETIER OSCAR GRANT NELSON HINDS WALTEP LAUTER TELEORD LOWRY DUDLEY MERRI11' RALPH OLINGER GEORGE SPRINGER CHARLES WHITE BEN JOHNSON BERNARD WILSON FRANK COONEY LAWRENCE THOMPSON . 139 oroanosqstononolltasct -oo oaaooloonqagggggcooojlun1no ll HQ 6 4 H I 4 5 4 ... NEA on 51370.15071372:ffm:Y3'nfn'iv7n'mTvm'n7v.v:mfii3in'i.wfif9fIs'nifzi7uhfnfm'm'n7I:' ' . 'nfnfaf1i'lsfi.ifmfni'n'rxfvs m'vh'm7n'm5S'm?x7ia'niiw'mfg5' OG Tv ' ' f f - , I 5. ,6 1' - 'S 5 ' 9, .G I, .9 9, .Q 9, . I, .r I, If 9. Q' QQ . - I, .. I, .3 l, of Q. .2 ' 3, .5 if ef 5. 'Q ,O .9 i, .9 9, .Q . . . Q. 'Q , go lg -' .' Q, .5 , , I, If '. I4 II I. gg 51 fi " .9 if og ' ' , .5 5: .I I 4, .F 1, .I , :, 5 ' .9 5' .Y - ,' .E ' " .5 " 'E of 2 '- K 5 I K K o il' L 5. 5. 4. 5. 5. 3. 5. 9. 41 an 5. Q. 5. 5 5 Q i H 5 5 Mcnps Pa1m1zHc1Ulcnic fllplzrz Lanzbda Tau NORTON CRANE REED GARDNER Phi Della Sigma Delta Chi ALBERT BEQUE'lx'l'E ERVIN GROSS VVILLARD KEYSER JOSEPH SHADDEN Beta Kappa PAUL LONG EDWARD IDONNELLY 140 WOMIQMFS Chi Omega VIRGINIA DEAKINS MILDRED LAMOREAUX Pi Beta Phi ALICE CARDEN ELIzABE'I'H SPITLER PQIIIIIZHQJIIIQIIIIIIQ Alpha Delta Pi MARY NENA BAI.Ifs FRANCES VALENTINE Chi Sigma Sigma MARY LOUISE KROPP ELIZABETH Locxwoon Sigma Delta RUIII FORBES CORINNE IIARPER h I W 141 I42 l 'Ek'-sf1-fvp'-2-Ss?-Yup?-,Yvs?-pfafvs?-H3-pi!Jr?-'fn-?6pfv,?m?'.9Lq.2Ap-nfvpfaif-956,21-HJ:-Hn-fa-YQ-fl-3-,Snfipfi-fel?-pff,Pnffm-'v-?n-F-'-,'-Q?-1-fm?-e-ff-'-9'-26,57 Q RI A - L f A ,HQ A -1 H, QE 'gl "' UQ' ,g , I .E o . - E lk . N7 In 'X C .5 I U ,f5f5.r- 1 le 'tb f A "'qel1"'x f ,E . 5. ' "f 5-0'P'IMf., I E 1 f,.f W. li ' T5 . M fl ii zu, 7" ' ' .. ,ci C - I-,I . je l ,. . . 5, JH' I Y 5 ng' Ill I I I 5 ' .W if - .5 og ' .K Q-..V .7 . 55 In - ,E Alpha Delta PII .. E Founded at Wesleyan College, I8 ,g Colon: Blue and White Flofwer: Violet Publication: "The Adelphianu fl 2 BETA BETA CHAPTER .5 Established in 1926 In. 'f IN UNIVERSITATE C .E 'g Class of 1931 MARY NENA BALES ELEANOR LovE JOSEPHINE CHAMBERS .fi CATHARINE COTFER ELMA CHAPMAN LILLIAN SHIPP ig FLORA BECK SARA KEITH RAULSTON MILDRED BRowN on Class of IQ32 U .E MARIE Down FRANCES VALENTINE ELIZABETH MARQUE1' 1 fg ELIZABETH WILKERsoN VIRGINIA SIMPSON MARTHA IIENN A T5 AILEEN MCCUTCHEON ,. C' " V -E Class of 1933 :if MARTHA NICHOLAS VIRGINIA KENNEDY REBECCA MCGARRITY EDNA COPELAND 3 If h Class of 1934 I :Q BETTY LAUDERBACH ELIZABETH STREETER EVELYN COTTER 'Q ,E WILLIE LEE KXTTRELL ENA BRIAN EIINA LAY o: MARTHA NoRvELL NELLE MAE HARRIS MARY ELLEN SHAW If +2 gf Q , , , .Q I I. .G I lk ,Q gh 1 .E - 143 Q - "ff-f'- I 4 gf . m y -wffM- w ld? I 4 A- e ' v..e,.f..e.,e.,e f q.e..vaw I A . ep E L e..- -..f,.f.,v.,.-,,wq.v..vA.h If Eff A A ' I!! J me , Q ' .H , 9 gg - -0 ul? l ' F 1 I si 2 . 1 If is .E . ,S -c 3 -- I 9 if I .i A -g A I 'a O bg Chl Umcga I , I' W Founded at Fayetteville, Arkansas, 1895 - , he Colors: Cardinal and Straw Flower: White Carnation X W Publicalion: "The Eleusis" 0: If QE ,E DELTA ALPHA CHAPTER :A Established 1919 .3 'E Class of 1931 MOLLY LAMOREAUX SARA JANE HENSHALL MARGARET ALSOBROOK ., JENNY LEA VIRGINIA DEAKINS MARGARET ALLEN ng LOUISE HUDSON IE ,F 'Q Class of 1932 G 'Q MlI.DRED LAMOREAUX JOSEPHINE STUART ALBERTA BUSH QI ,I- og Class of 1933 .Q MARJORIE VVATSON MARIAN MILLS I I .. I All :Q CARRoLL DEAKINS ELIZABETH HALL ixj .G if :Q Class of 1934 Wi MARY EMMA ALLEN ELLEN LOUISE JUDD t ill 'T CATHERINE COLMORE INEz HODGE kg :Q DOROTHY DUNCAN ALBERTA JOHNSON ti, ,Q LUCILLE HAMBY NELL PARIS is -2 DOROTHY HELMICK MARIAN RAoUL 'Q JOSEPI-IINE STUART ELIZABETH ROEDEL lil ,E MARGARET YEATES ELIZABETH WIGHT 5 il .2 MARTHA LAMOREAUX I 'g l lx .E I Q is A eg I 'H if Q Q l '. Q . 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CQ ' .f Class of 1931 :G BILLIE BENNETT LEITNER JOHNSON PAULETTE MAROT 3 .5 ' flRACE BICKERS ELIZABETH SPITLER ELIZABETH ROWDEN X g ': EVA LEOPPER .5 I - Class of 1932 N I .T ELIZABETH BAIRD BARBARA THACH l ' LAVANCHE BIGGS ALICE CARIJEN :i ' BETTY BROWN VIRGINIA GAsToN ' . MARIE RULKOTTER - Class 61' 1933 :, MYLDRED ALLEN EVELYN ROGERS l' . MARY LOU CATLETT VIVIEN SHAW FK, BLANCHE Fox REGINA SUNIJSTROM :lg THELMA GRIFFITH ELIZABETH THOMAS , 2 REBECCA JONES JUANITA WALTER .E Class of 1934 I6 RUTH ACREE AGNES GABBARD L: MARGUERITE BACON GLADYS ROBERTS 'I ANN CHIvINcToN SARA SUE ROBINSON RUTH SHIPP in l je I E ,E .. s UQ 1' . 147 N 55 E 1 :E aligb W ' f -H'--' Y H-Q 0-A - 1-A-N A A f 'K ag'-9 5!5'4JVa'5".'fi"'.9P.5'."."L".".0S"A a"'.F"L"PL . .'F'L ."'4P'?L,-.,3E':Q'g'?'3'.?"!"' ,Pg I .3 ' gnu , V I 515 suaoloonso 001.0000 nassaui one 1-sooo on vpfv-.fv-',,.'q,'- .em-,vw 1- ara v- nv .vs -afvr vs 1- va -s -p v- ww. e-11:91-'vs'-vfvp fvfapnnfqw vw qv.-s rg f-'vw v- vw',1.'qs'.q.".-.,"., 1 ' Ig 0 Chi Sigma Sigma Founded at University of Chattanooga, 1931. Colors: Green and White Flofwer: White Rose Class of I9 31 AZILEE JOHNSTON MARY LOUISE KROPP RUTH RAYMOND Class of 1932 ENID PARKER LUcII.LE SI-IUGART Class of 1933 JEAN COLEMAN LILLIAN SUMMERS EI.IzAnE'rH Locxwoon MARY WILL ZEIGLER KATHERINE LOWREY MILDRED CRowE LULA MORRISON Class of 1934 JOSEPHINE AYRE VIRGINIA LowRY NELDA ORLANDO I fn' . 5 . . V - E I, , ' -".-'.".'-.-9151H-.-1.-'.'-.".f'4-1.0.-2:-If-1H.-Hr'.'L'.v:-2.-1-.".-2.-2.-'Q-2.5141-.Hg-app,-a4524-wg-Q,-1,-ya,-2p-,u,u..,p,.,,1,1,u,f.,.1, 150 ' . Nil sg E- li PIII ill ' 'IU.C,' ' Ill FOIIOOIC lv 'i':'E'.vv,'S.v1.vs.vN'zQ.vrv.vw.rw.v'?vs - 1, .n -,Yr n.- 1-'v-'-Q'-Q'-nf-1-'.Q Q. ...Aw ,Af-R-9-,Fr-.'f-'-,'-, nf- -..?f,f-,Tm .-. N.- N N ,-. 7- ,.'q.'-J. .".... ,- f ' Xa! K 0 U If ,E ac! ' .Q .E .E . -E '1 In .55 ,I .U ,I QE J! .E .U .5 I .Q 'F If ' .g S1gma Delta -E Established at University of Chattanooga, 1931. ,E E -t Colon: Lavender and Green A Flofwer: Purple Iris .l l In Class of 1931 'g CORINNE HARPER Class of 1932 CHARLYNNE RHODES Class of 1933 DoRo1'HY DoNALnsoN ALXCE Louise HELMS RUTH FORBES GRACE STRINGER EUGENIA CALDWELL DOROTHEA HART MABEL Toucrxsromz MUIRTELLE Wus'rze1. ELEANOR Wlcm' Class of 1934 REBA SWAFFORD xr 1" :G .E OK V ,E .I ,E .5 ,E .K 1 ,E 'Q ,t ,I .G .5 .5 J .E of ' .E .lf ' ,G ,G ,E ,G .F ' .1 ,Q gf ' J ,I .C 3 5 ,G .G . .5 .Q V ,G ,1 s , .5 fl' .2 v... , .,..v "' uuuuxxu uuuuuuuuuuuu uuuusauuuuuuuuuuu uuuuuunu any U ,UMM Qflutograpks S be spi Collilege Novell Characters We Never Expect to Meet The boy and girl who are always together, but whose friendship is purely platonic. The president who is called Prexy, and who is tossed in a blanket by the playful frat men. The professor who is so absent-minded that the men never come to class, and get away with it. The clear-eyed young chap who says: "It was I, professor," to save the honor of a weak- willed pal. The hard-hearted dean who expells all comers and turns a deaf ear to pitiful pleas. The cowardly frat man who gets in trouble and frames an innocent pledge, so that he will suspected of the dastardly deed. The great athlete who pushes aside the doctor and coach and rushes back to the Held, in te of his broken leg. The frowzy, old maid dean of women who roams the campus all night and reports innumer- able petting parties. The coddled son of a wealthy manufacturer who has a closet filled with liquor and wrecks countless roadsters on wild parties, but is never kicked out of the college. The radical student who manages to print an obscene bulletin and is spirited away from the campus before the angry mob of students seizes him. 1 1 1 Shipwrecked Man: f'We've got to build a fire to signal passing ships." Shipwrecked Co-Ed: i"VVhat, the very first thing?" 1 1 1 College Boy Qcovering the girlie's eyes with his handsl: HThree guesses who it is, or I'll kiss you." The Girlie: "Napoleon, Santa Claus, Mahatma Ghandif' 1 1 1 Q. A. Q. A. Q. A. Q. A. Q. A. Q. A. Q. A. Genevieve Hunked accounting. She thought assets were little donkeys. 1 1 1 l "lim cutting quite a figure," said the surgeon as he operated on the chorus girl. 111 Statistical Questionnaire for Graduates How did you find your professors? By looking between the eighth and ninth holes. Were you a fraternity member? I miss two suits and a portable typewriter. Did you enjoy the campus social life? The after-effects were terrible. Do you favor repeal of the eighteenth amendment? Nog slavery is unproductive. What most valuable lessons did you learn while here? Partner's ace takes the trick without trump assist, also blackjack and stud. What did you miss most while here? Steamer chairs on the Quadrangle. Did you break any records? Only the Stein Song. The rest were locked up. Q. What improvements would you suggest on the campus? A. Make classes optional. Allow loaded dice in the Commons. NOTE: These questionnaires are filed alpha- betically by the registrar before being burned. 1 1 Cop Qto couple necking in a truckj: "Say, this license is for a pleasure carl" Male Wrestler: "Well, mister, does it look like I'm having such a bad time?" 1 1 MacTavish helped his friend with his in- come tax. He went to live with him as a dependent. THE VOLUNTEER STATE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE J. W. BISHOP, Manager Home Ofice Agency 4 PQYEVS G RE-47. 1 1 9 9 O 3 3 1 , 2 14" Q OLDHIQKORY .-ff an QI 9 AN DREW JACKSON ERNEST WALLACE WALLIE WEBER REECE WALTERS Special Representatives Home Offce Agency "Putting Lives in Bishop's Hands" THE READ HOUSE ON9 SERVICE COURTESY COMFORT READ HOUSE COMPANY S. R. READ, Presidenl G. H. WARTMAN, Manager OUR COLLEGIATE DICTIONARY Prof.-Male adult who failed ns an insuranc-v salesman. Quiz--Spi-vial exercise for the nos-k vertebrat-. Frat-Group of young men, none of whom possess coxnplete wardrobes. Sorority-Group of young women who are forced to give dances in order to get dates. President-Mule adult who unnounr-es hymns at Chapel servis'es. Registrar--Fc-eniale adult who knows more than is good for us. Pa.n-I-lellenio Cmluncil-Colle-giznte 1-ounterpurt of the xvil'ii9l'Sh2llTl Comniittsw. Fraternity H0us?Antiquatt-cl ahodeg no longer inhabited by humans. Sorority House-Small frznne st1'uf-tureg too large for dogs and too small for humans. Libraryglmrgo rectangular room: too noisy for sleep. wk It 18 IDEAL JOBS FOR COLLEGE GRADUATES Dusting the 1-hairs of the standing army. Designing tooth-picks. Utilizing the rauiations from lnlue serge trou- sers for power purposes. Teaching hens to lay eggs in boxes. Invention of noiseless alarm c-loc-ks. Preparing a study of the Evolutionary Effvvts on the Index Finger of the Dial Telephone. Invention of synthetiv quizzes, to be taken in tablet or liquid form. Devising more reasons why people don't suv- ceedg viz., Halitosis, B. O., otv. Adapting the holes cut out of canned pine- apple for use in doughnuts. THE PRICE OF A Gooci Photograph 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. 089 JUDD STUDIO U. C. Photographer Compliments of CHATTANOOGA RADIO CO. HOME OF WDOD 'I' CHATTANOOGA'S PIONEER RADIO DEALERS Ala ffekvl Jr: THE PROVIDENT LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY OF CHATTANOOGA, 'TENNESSEE EDWIN O. MARTIN University of Chattanooga Alumnus Assistant Generai Agent for Chattanooga Territory in Office of THURMAN W. PAYNE General Agent 5 12-5 1 8 Provident Building COMPLIMENT5 OF The Chattanooga Medicine Company COMPLIMENTS OF Jo Conn Guild, fr. COMPLIMENTS OF RETAIL MERCHANTS FULMER REEVES AND WARE W. F. FISCI-IER AND BRO. CO. DAVIDSON CLOTHING CO. STOVALL AND CRISMAN HDWE. Co. T. I-I. PAYNE Co. LOOKMONT TIRE CO. D. B. LOVEMAN CO. F. W. WOOLWORTI-I CO. W. T. GRANT CO. TEMPI.ETON's, INC. I-IARDIE AND CAUDLE EDWARDS AND LEBRON JAMES M. SHAW CO. M. B. EAVES AND CO. SHYERS COMPLIMENTS OF Chattanooga Gas Company 7272 Effghlfr Age of P70 7715 Hushn Man MCCALLIE AVENUE PHARMACY COLLEGE DRUG STORE U. C. FILLING STATION COMPLIMENTS OF A. G. Stivers Lumber Company CHATTANOOGA,TENN. Clothes That Are Made Better Than Seems Necessary WARE Es? 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Grade A Milk, Cream, Cottage Cheese, Butter, Butter Milk You Can Whip Our Cream, But You Can't Beat Our Milk" TYPICAL ANIERICANS NO. 1999999 'PHE STADIUM FIELD GENERAL "XVh:1t's that dumb quarterlmvk gonna do now. . .what, a punt. . .he-'s vrazy as my mother- in-law. . ,sureu . .sure it's fourth down . . .I thought. . .ai In-ziuty, a lwziuty.. .whore are them ends.,.they mow- slowvr than my car...boy, nh, boy. . .right in his tml-ks. . .well, lessee. . . at good ole end run'll do it...whzit, don't them punks learn thi- signals..,oh, ya-ll, that's right ...l'd forgotti-ii about the huclcllo systvm... it is nn rind run. . .no. . .no. . .yf:S. . .yeh, it's an end run..,why don't that guy make up his mind. . .wheres the photographer? . . .naw, that man uin't eligilvlv for a 1HlSS...KllLfl'8 she goes . . .not him. . .not him.. .oh, suru. . .I hzuln't notivvd who hi- wiLs...wi-ll, we sure put that over slivk...wr-ll, lessm-...'lmout four yards to go...no, Can't lu- f0ur...yep, h'li1-vu it is just about i'our...muy lack :L treny lmit...iherie he goes. . .there hi- goes. . .first down.. .first down ,..whztt's wrong with thi-m oilis-iztls...bIiml as a 1-op near it spi-akeasy...heh, lioh...wl1:it'1'e they gonna nn-nsui'e...sui'v it's first clown... well, I dei-lzirv. . .we-ll, tho slant is different from hurl-f. . .ws-ll, le's gi-t going.. .will you look at that san...ps-nalty...whz1t for. . .robbc-r, rob- ber. . .why don't that guy exert-iso before the gan1v...h0h, hi-h . . .hi-iy, Joe. . .I said that rvf- -ri-P oughta. . .hc-y, lJOY,..lIl'l!1g mt- a flop--. . . well, ls-'s get going here-..,he-ads up land so on, for ev:-ry sem-Oncl of four hellish quarters, and ywohzilvly forevvr, unless humanity rises in self- deff-nsi-3. COMPLIME TS OF JO E GEL TRINITY M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH Corner McCallie Avenue and Park Avenue REV. W. F. BLACKARD, Pastor J. VANCE HOLDOM, Sunday School Superintendent SERVICES EVERY SUNDAY 11:00 AJVI. and 7:30 P.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL PRAYER MEETING 9:30 A.M. Each Wednesday, 7:00 P.M. EVERYBODY WELCOME COMPLIMENTS OF I HOTEL PA TTEN C fuattanoogds Biggest and Best Headquarters for U. C. Students and Visitors me JOHN LOVELL, Manager COMPLIMENTS OF CRANE ENAMELWARE COMPANY COMPLIMENT5 OF Interstate Life and Accident Insurance Co. + CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE Compliments of UNIVERSITY PHARMACY The Drug Store Just Off the Campus MACK-INTERNATIONAL MOTOR TRUCK CORPORATION "A Direct Factory Branch" Fort Street CHATTANOOGA, T Teleph 6 5471 Compliments of MARTIN THOMPSON COMPANY Reach and Stall 86 Dean Athletic Equipment Wil Wite Swimming Suits CI-IATTAN Compliments of . 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