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I A ? 4T N D 1 o w M M Q i! fjSU jki - ' ) r PAUL HAWKINS, JR. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF CHARLES L. HENRY BUSINESS MANAGER fl NlllIS A DAY AT SEWANEE 1-11 DEDICATION .12 IN MEMORIAM 14 ADMINISTRATION 15-24 CLASSES (University) 25-62 SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY 65-72 ORGANIZATIONS 73-85 FRATERNITIES 87-95 ATHLETICS 97-118 FEATURES 119-14 ' 6 GRATUITIES 147 CONCLUSION 148 Ar cJjau Art J ewanee . ■ ' i •- ,• ' ■ :i vi •» kv. -- J ... „ mm -.„ e w a nee ABLY IN THE IIORNI AIL AND MID-MORNIN FF S. e w a n e e [ tf £■ ... - • • ... t .- .- 1, m ■ v S? ■f ■ ; U— ! - WP - —£.■-. ■ - w . " ' " 5 ■9b Jm • •• y AND II--- ».. fl CHAPEL AND Vvl a a no 11 a f .. . . 1 • • 9 s, e w a nee »V;V tVi ' . r l ; OSt OTTICE I Tj AFTERNOON ACTIVITIE • o • Hi m i ' " r " " ,l|||| lllHHL ' -• ' ' .• ' • ' ■.■,•■- « MDS II DREAMS 111 5 s. e w a nee Dedicated Jo Jur . THOMAS E. DVDNEY 12 $ - ' « J mr ' -. " NJL ,•«■. r ' % % 4 ' ' , ...4M- -— fc 19 V • au i jgi i f i N ii»i »ft fc . MAJOR WILLIAM H. MacKELLAR, ' 91 N M E M R I A M • - WILLIAM HOWARD MacKELLAR 1863-1946 Founder and first editor of the Cap and Gown. 3V ■ y ADMINISTRATION ■ li... " - ::; % mp 1 THE RT. REV. FRANK A. JUHAN, D.D. Diocese of Florida JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA HANCELLOR ALEXANDER GUERRY B.A., D.C.L., LL.D. SEWANEE, TENNESSEE GEORGE MERRICK BAKER B.A., Ph.IX, Yale Dean of the College and Professor of Ger- manic Languages. DEAN IF III COLLEGE DEAN IV MEN HENRY MARKLEY GASS B.A., M.A., University of the South; M.A. (Oxon.) Dean of Men, Professor of Greek and Acting Professor of Latin. ' ■■■-% ' " - " ■ m . mJt Gaston Swindell Bruton B.A., M.A., University of North Caro- lina; Ph.D., Wisconsin. Professor of Mathematics Arthur Butler Dugan A.B., A.M., Princeton ; B.Litt., Oxford ; Diploma in Economics and Political Science, Oxford. Associate Professor of Political Science Eugene Mark Kayden B.A., University of Colorado; M.A., Harvard University. Professor of Economics I E I F 1 [ I I 1 I Roy Benton Davis B.A., Earlham College; M.A., Mis- souri. F. B. Williams Professor of Chemistry Robert Lowell Petry B.A., Earlham; Ph.D., Princeton. Professor of Pliysics William Waters Lewis C.E., University of the South. Professor of Spanish Tudor Seymour Long B.A., Cornell University. Jesse Spalding Professor of English Literature Paul Scofield McConnell A. A. CO., B.A., University of Souther California; M.A., Princeton. Assistant Professor of Music and Spanis i John M. Stowell McDonald B.A., Harvard; M.A., Ph.D., Colum- bia. Professor of Pliilosophy Maurice Augustus Moore, Jr. B.S., University of the South; M.A., North Carolina. Assistant Professor of Enylisli James Edward Thorogood B.A., M.A., University of the South. Assistant Professor of Economics 19 Stratton Buck A.B., University of Michigan; A.M., Columbia ; Ph.D., University of Chicago. Associate Professor of French Charles Edward Cheston B.S., Syracuse University; M.F., Yale. Associate Professor of Forestry David Ethan Frierson B.A., M.A., South Carolina; Ph.D., North Carolina. Professor of Frenclt I I I F I i i r i Abbott Cotten Martin B.A., M.A., University of Mississippi. Associate Professor of Eni lish Edward McCrady, Jr. B.A., College of Charleston; M.S., University of Pittsburgh; Ph.D., Uni- versity of Pennsylvania. Professor of Riolot y Jame s Miller Grimes A.B., M.A., Ph.D., University of North Carolina. Assistant Professor of History Robert Hooke B.A., M.A., University of North Caro- lina; M.A., Ph.D., Princeton Univer- sity. Associate Professor of Mathematics John Gibbs Mahan B.A., Lynchburg College; MA., Ph.D., University of Virginia. Associate Professor of Biology John Sedberry Marshall B.A., Pomona College; Ph.D., Boston University. Professor of Pliitosopliy Walter Lewis McGoldrick B.A., University of the South ; M.A., Peabody College. Instructor in Public Speaking Winfred Pleasant Minter B.S., M.A., Virginia Polytechnic In- stitute. Instructor in History 21 John James Ellis Palmer B.A., Louisiana Polytechnic Institute; A.B., Louisiana State University; B.Litt., Oxford University. Assistant Professor of English and Editor of Spwanee Review P ' The Rev. Early W. Poindexter B.A., B.D., University of the South. Chaplain and Professor of English Bible Brinley John Rhys B.A., Peabody College. Instructor in English and Editorial Assistant of Sewanee Review I « I FACULTY Beverly Turpin Moss A.B., University of Missouri; A.M., Ph.D., University of North Carolina. Assistant Professor of Latin and German Henry Bell Scott B.S., Emory University; M.S., Tulane University. Assistant Professor of Chemistry John Maurice Webb A.B., Duke University; M.A., Yale University. Assistant Professor of History H II A H II OF REGENTS Vernon S. Tupper, Chairman Nashville, Tennessee Rev. Girault M. Jones, Secretary New Orleans, Louisiana Rt. Rev. Frank A. Juhan, D.D., Chancellor Jacksonville, Florida Alexander Guerry, D.C.L., V ice-Chancellor Sewanee, Tennessee Rt. Rev. R. Bland Mitchell, D.D. Little Rock, Arkansas Rt. Rev. Charles Clingman, D.D. Louisville, Kentucky Rt. Rev. Thomas N. Carruthers, D.D. .... Charleston, South Carolina Rev. John C. Turner ■ Birmingham, Alabama Rev. James McD. Dick Raleigh, North Carolina Crawford Johnson, Jr. Birmingham, Alabama Warren Kearny, D.C.L. New Orleans, Louisiana J. A. Setze Augusta, Georgia Frank M. Gillespie San Antonio, Texas J. Albert Woods New York, New York ♦Deceased 1 December 1946. 24 CLASSES ri J Vk Illl . JOHN ROSS APPERSON JOHN COMING BALL, JR. GUS LAYFETTE BAKER FRAZER BANKS, JR. John Ross Appersox B.A. English 4702 S. Ocoee Street, Cleveland, Tennessee ATS Older of Gownsmen; Pan-Hellenic Council; Purple Masque; Choir; Intramural Athletic Council; German Club; Fresh- man Football and Basketball; Varsity Football and Basketball; " S " Club. Gus Layfette Baker B.A. Philosophy Box 609, Winchester, Tennessee Order of Gownsmen; Phi Beta Kappa; Co-Editor of Heltk n, 1947; Sigma Upsilon. John Coming Ball, Jr B.S. Chemistry Box 745 , Summerville, South Carolina ATQ Order of Gownsmen; Blue Key; Who ' s Who in American Colleges; Senior Class President; Student Vestry; Honor Council; German Club; Freshman Football. Frazer Banks, Jr B.S. Chemistry 4IC 9th Court, West Birmingham. Alabama ATQ Order of Gownsmen; Blue Key, Alumni Secretary; Student Vestry. 26 .i,,„?w E C w ! iP. ' LK,Tr„ BORGARDUS SNOWDEN BOYLE. JR. WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT. JR. 7ILLIAM LELAND CARPENTER JAMES GUS CATE. JR. CHARLES THOMAS CHAMBERS. JR. ROBERT SMITH BURGINS JR KENNETH EDWARD CLARKE O ' NEAL BARDIN B.J. Economics 1050 Everett Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky KA Order of Gownsmen, Vice-Chairman; Omicron . Delta Kappa; Blue Key; Honor Council. Chairman; Proctor; Sewanee Purple, Business Manager; German Club; Who ' s Who in American Colleges; Student Vestry. William L. Carpenter . . B.A. Economics 15 Dixie Boulevard, Delray Beach, Florida Order of Gownsmen; Purple Masque; Sewanee Purple; Acolyte Guild. Borgardus Snowden Boyle, Jr. . B.A. English 1725 Central Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee SAE Order of Gownsmen; German Club. James Gus Cate, Jr B.J. Economics Lee Highway, Cleveland, Tennessee 4 AG Order of Gownsmen; Blue Key; Proctor; Germaa Club. William C. Bryant, Jr. . . B.A. Economics 1336 Goodbar, Memphis. Tennessee ATS. ' Order of Gownsmen; Debate Club. Charles T. Chambers, Jr. . . B.A. History 110 Crystal Court, Little Rock, Arkansas Order of Gownsmen; President of Fraternity; Student Vestry; Pan-Hellenic Council; German Club. Robert Smith Burgixs. Jr. . B.A. Economics 219 North 48th Street, Birmingham, Alabama Order of Gownsmen. Kenneth Edward Clarke . . B.A. English 201 3 Franklin Street, Wilmington. Delaware ASA Order of Gownsmen; Sewanee Purple; Student Vestry; St. Luke ' s Society, Vice-President; Tennis Team. 27 JOHN STUART COLLIER RICHARD MENNING DEIMEL EDWIN SEEGER COOMBS. JR. JAMES EZZELL DOBSON MATLACK CHEESMAN CRANE CHARLES HALLECK DOING. Ill JOSEPH BRYAN CUMMING, JR. WILLIAM BELLINGRATH ELMORE John Stuart Collier .... B.A. English 696 South McLean, Memphis. Tennessee XAE Order of Gownsmen; Sigma Upsilon. Edwin Seeger Coombs, Jr. . B.A. Economics 2711 Miami Street, St. Louis, Missouri 2AE Order of Gownsmen. Mat lack Cheesman Crane . B.A. German 7 Temple Street, Stonington, Connecticut AT Order of Gownsmen; Sigma Upsilon; Choir; Sevanee Purple. Joseph B. Cumminc, Jr. . . . B.A. History 2237 dimming Road, Augusta, Georgia Order of Gownsmen; Sigma Upsilon; Choir; Sewanee Purple. Richard M. Deimel B.A. French 32 Hampshire Road, Rockville Centre, New York Order of Gownsmen; Sigma Upsilon; Choir. JAMES EzZELL DobsON . . . B.A. Economies Jackson Boulevard, Nashville, Tennessee Order of Gownsmen; Purple Masque; Sewanee Purple; CAP AND GOWN; University Publications Board; German Club. Charles H. Doing, III ... . B.A. History 3001 44th Place. N.W. Washington, D. C. ATS! Order of Gownsmen; Sewanee Purple; CAP AND GOWN. William B. Elmore . . . B.A. Mathematics 18 Cloverdale Park, Montgomery, Alabama KS Order of Gownsmen; Honor Council; Acolyte Guild; Secretaty Treasurer Senior Class. " Deceased 4 April. 1947. THE III II II S 28 JIDAS POLK BILLS EME RSON RROLD RAE FLINTOFF. JR. GEORGE KIMMONS EVANS JONATHAN BULLOCK FLYNN GORDON HERMAN FINNEY RALPH WALDO FOWLER, JR. ALBERT NEAL FITTS ROY FITE FRANCIS Leonidas P. Bills Emerson . . B.S. Physics 558 East Main Street. Jackson, Tennessee Order of Gownsmen; Sewanee Purple; Acolyte Guild; German Club. George K. Evans . B.J. Economics Cedar Lane, Naihville, Tennessee ATfi Order of Gownsmen; Fraternity President; Pan-Hellenic Council; Sewanee Purple; German Club. Gordon Herman Finney . . . B.J. English Sewanee, Tennessee Order of Gownsmen. Albert Neal Fitts B.A. History Celery Avenue, Sandford, Florida 2N Order of Gownsmen; Sigma Upsilon. Harrold R. Flintoff, Jr. . . B.A. English Sewanee, Tennessee KI Order ot " Gownsmen; Fraternity President; Pan-Hellenic Council. Jonathan B. Flynn .... B.A. History 1806 Old Government Street, Mobile, Alabama Order of Gownsmen; Honor Council . Ralph W. Fowler, Jr B.A. Eriglish 303 McDonald, Marietta, Georgia KA Order of Gownsmen; Jemison Debate Medal; Sewanee Purple, Sports Editor; CAP AND GOWN; Secretary-Treasurer Freshman Class; Sophomore Class President; Choir; Track Manager; German Club. Rov Fite Francis .... B.S. Mathematics Auburntown, Tennessee ATA Order of Gownsmen; Varsity Basketball. Til SI I R S 29 THOMAS POINDEXTER FRITH CHARLES McGEHEE GRAY, III GEORGE THOMAS GAMBRILL, III MAC SAWYER HAMMOND JOHN GASS SHELBY THOMAS HARBISON. JR. JAMES NEELY GRANT, JR. PAUL MINOR HAWKINS. JR. Thomas P. Frith . B.A. English 1 3 1 Watkins Street, Lake Charles, Louisiana I ' AB Order of Gownsmen; Choir; Freshman Basketball; German Club. George T. Gambrill, III . . . B.A. English 1022 South 43rd Street, Birmingham, Alabama sag Order of Gownsmen; Blue Key; Fraternity President; Purple Masque; CAP AND GOWN; Sewanee Purple; Pan-Hellenic Council, President; Discipline Committee; Executive Committee; Who ' s Who in American Colleges. John Gass B.S. Mathematics Sewanee, Tennessee Order of Gownsmen; " S " Club; Varsity Football; Manager Varsity Basketball; Manager Varsity Track. James Neely Grant. Jr. B.A. French 806 Kimbrough Towers. Memphis 4, Tennessee 2AE Order of Gownsmen; Sigma Upsilon; German Club. Charles M. Gray, III ... . B.A. English 1525 Beach Drive. N.E., St. Petersburg, Florida ATS Order of Gownsmen; Senior Varsity Cheerleader; Dance Committee, Chairman; Choir; Student Vestry; Acolyte Guild. Mac Sawyer Hammond . . . B.A. English 1302 West Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia SAE Order of Gownsmen; Omicron Delta Kappa; Sigma Upsilon; Hehkon; Purple Masque. Shelby T. Harbison, Jr. . . B .A. Economics 554 Hadley Avenue, Dayton, Ohio KA Order of Gownsmen; Pan-Hellenic Council; Acolyte Guild; German Club. Paul Minor Hawkins, Jr. . . B.A. English Berkeley Springs, West Virginia KA Order of Gownsmen; Omicron Delta Kappa; Blue Key, Secretary; Fraternity President; Purple Masque; Alpha Psi Omega; Sigma Upsilon; Proctor; CAP AND GOWN, Editor; Sewanee Purple. Managing Editor; Helikon; University Publications Board; Choir; Acolyte Guild; Who ' s Who in American Colleges; German Club. Ill UN I II S 30 CARL AUBREY HUDSON GRADY V. LEACH. JR. CHARLES EVEREST JOHNSON. JR. JEROME BONAPARTE JOHNSON PERRIN HOLMES LOVCREY, JR. KENNETH ARBUTHNOT MacGOWAN, JR. HERBERT LAMSON. JR. JOHN CLEMENT MARSHALL Carl Aubrey Hudson . . B.S. Mathematics 1831 Young. Memphis. Tennessee Order ot Gownsmen; Student Vestry; Choir; Acolyte Guild. Charles E. Johnson, Jr. . . . B.J. English 6 Frederick Street, Montgomery, Alabama Order of Gownsmen; Varsity Football; Varsity Golf; " S " Club. Jerome B. Johxsox B. A. English Rock Hill. South Carolina •Mil Order of Gownsmen. Herbert Lamson, Jr B.A. English 3022 Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville, Florida K.V Order of Gownsmen; Omicron Delta Kappa; CAP AND GOWN. Editor; Sewanee Purple. Editor; Sigma Upsilon, President; Hetikon; University Publications Board; Choir; Student Vestry; German Club. Grady W. Leach, Jr. .... B.S. Physics 16 6th Street, Alabama City, Alabama ATI I Order of Gowibmen; Varsity Football; Varsity Basketball , Captain; German Club. Perrix H. Lowrev, Jr B.J. English Blue Mountain, Mississippi Order of Gownsmen; Omicron Delta Kappa; Blue Key; Honor Council, Chairman; Sewanee Purpte, Editor; Sigma Upsilon; Dance Committee; Varsity Track; Choir; Acolyte Guild. Kenneth A. MacGowan, Jr. . B.S. Physics 302 D uval Street, Quincy, Florida 2AE Order of Gownsmen; Student Vestry; Acolyte Guild; " S " Club; Varsity Track; German Club. jhn C. Marshall . B.S. Mathemati cs 693 Cypress Drive, Memphis, Tennessee SAE Order of Gownsmen; Secretary -Treasurer Junior Class; Student Vestry; Choir; Dance Committee; German Club. THE S ri h i R MOULTRIE HUTCHINSON McINTOSH ALLISON BAYARD McNEILL WILLIAM RALPH NUMMY PETER O ' DONNELL, JR. RICHARD BLAND MITCHELL STEPHEN DONALD PALMER INNES ARMISTEAD NELSON FRANK DARROW PEEBLES. JR. Moultrie H. McIntosh . . . B.A. English Surr.merville. South Carolina ATQ Order of Gownsmen. Chairman; Omicron Delta Kappa; Blue Key; Head Proctor; Purple Masque; Alpha Psi Omega; Sigma Upsilon; Sewanee Purple; Student Vestty; Acolyte Guild; Choir; Who ' s Who in American Colleges; German Club. Allison Bayard McNeill . . B.A. History 1424 Harbert Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee ATS! Ofdet of Gownsmen; Honot Council; Sewanee Purple; CAP AND GOWN, Sports Editor. Richard B. Mitchell B.A. English J Edgchill Road. Little Rock, Arkansas J A6 Order of Gownsmen; Purple Masque; Choir; Sewanee Purple Associate Editor. Innes A. Nelson B.S. Mathmatia 1211 South 2 1st Street, Birmingham, Alabama 4 AG Order of Gownsmen. William R. Nummy .... B.S. Chemistry 108 Forbell Street, Brooklyn New York ATS2 Order of Gownsmen; Phi Beta Kappa; Omicrcui Delta Kappa; Blut Key, Treasurer; Honor Council, Chairman; Proctor; German Club; Who ' s Who in American Colleges. Peter O ' Donnell, Jr. . . B.S. Mathematics 5 1 39 Seneca Drive, Dallas, Texas j ao Order of Gownsmen; Phi Beta Kappa; Varsity Golf; " S " Club; German Club. Stephen D. Palmer B.A. English 5908 2nd Court North, Birmingham, Alabama Order of Gownsmen; Pan-Hellenic Council; Acolyte Guild; Dis- cipline Committee; CAP AND GOWN. Frank D. Peebles, Jr B.A . History 414 Gordon Drive, Decatur, Alabama SAE Order of Gownsmen, THE SEN II S 32 fo i r? Jff 1 1 JESSE MARTIN PHILLIPS KENNETH VINCENT PRINDLE CHARLES FONTAINE PIERCE WILLIAM HENRY SELCER JAMES HARGRAVES PILLOW, JR. MAURICE JOSEPH SHAHADY JOHN SHEDRICK PITTS WILLIE JOE SHAW, JR. Jesse M. Phillips ll.A. English Stanford Drive. Nashville 5, Tennessee SAE Order of Gownsmen. Charles F. Pierce B.S. Biology 1200 Dewey Street, Greenwood, Mississippi Order of Gownsmen. James H. Pillow, Jr. . . . B.J. Economics 810 McDonough Street, Helena, Arkansas -f AH Order of Gownsmen; Phi Beta Kappa; Fraternity President; Blue Key; " S " Club; Varsitv Track; German Club. John Shedrick Pitts .... B.J. History 711 North Church Street, Murfreesboro, Tennessee ATA Order of Gownsmen . Kexxeth Vincent Prixdle B.J. Spanish 603 French Street, New Orleans, Louisiana ATQ Order of Gownsmen; Acolyte Guild; Freshmen Football; Freshman Basketball; Varsity Football; " S " Club; German Club. William Henry Selcer . . . B.S. Chemistry 401 West Houston. Marshall, Texas ATS2 Order of Gownsmen; Choir; Acolyte Guild; German Club. . B.A. History Maurice Joseph Shahady 73 1 South Vine Street, Tvler, Texas ATQ Order of Gownsmen; Senior Varsity Cheerleader; Sewanee Purple CAP AND GOWN; Purple Masque; German Club. Willie Joe Shaw, Jr. . B.J . Economics 3740 Montrose Road, Birmingham, Alabama IAE Order of Gownsmen; Omicron Delta Kappa; Blue Key; Fraternity President; Proctor; Sewjnee Purple, Sports Editor; President Junior Class; Freshman Football; Varsity Football, Captain; " S " Club; Athletic Board of Control; German Club; Who ' s Who in American Colleges. THE SINII1S 33 GEORGE ELLIS STOKES. JR. SIDNEY JOHNSTON STUBBS, JR. WILLIAM GADSDEN VARDELL. JR. IRL RAYMOND WALKER. JR. George E. Stokes, Jr B.A. English JH Fairfax Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia ATS2 Order of Gownsmen; Acolyte Guild, President; Sacristan; German Club. Sidney J. Stlbbs, Jr B.A. French DeLand, Florida i Ae Order of Gownsmen; Freshman Football; Varsity Football; German Club. John Brannen Sutton . . . B.A. Spanish 1209 Bayshore, Tampa, Florida AT " Order of Gownsmen; German Club. Donald C. Svvanson . . . B.A. Philosophy Anoka, Minnesota XX Order of Gownsmen; Choir; Pan-Hellenic Council. T HE $ JOHN BRANNEN SUTTON GEORGE ROBINSON WALLACE DONALD CLARENCE SWANSON JOHN FRANCIS WAYMOUTH. JR B.S. Chemistry William G. Vardell, Jr. Summerville, South Carolina ATQ Order of Gownsmen; Intramural Athletic Council. Irl Raymond Walker, Jr. . . B.A. History 1429 10th Place South, Birmingham, Alabama 2AE Order of Gownsmen; Omicron Delta Kappa; Fraternity President; Pan-Hellenic Council; Intramural Athletic Council; Proctor; Dis- cipline Committee; Executive Committee; Freshman Football; Varsity Football; Varsity Track; " S " Club; German Club; Vice-President Junior Class; Who ' s Who in American Colleges. George R. Wallace B.A. Spanish Clermont, Florida IN Order of Gownsmen; Choir; Student Vestry; German Club, o hn F. Waymouth, Jr. . . . B.S. Phys sn s Box 786. Baton Rouge, Louisiana Order of Gownsmen; Phi Beta Kappa; Pan-Hellenic Council; Sewjnee Purple; Acolyte Guild. ri i J N I S If " T ' ■Mil WALLACE OGDEN WESTFELDT, JR. GROVER CLEVELAND WHITE, JR. PORTER WILLIAMS, JR. W. O . Westfeldt. Jr. . B.J. Political Science Grover C. White, Jr. . . B.S. Mathematics 528 Grauier Street, New Orleans. Louisiana 683 South Cox Street, Memphis, Tennessee A9 ATI ' Order of Gownsmen; Blue Key; Proctor; German Club President. Order of Gownsmen; Vice-President Senior Class; Varsity Basket- Who ' s Who in American Colleges. ball Manager; German Club. Porter Williams, Jr. B.J. English 143 Tradd Street, Charleston, South Carolina IAE Order of Gownsmen, Secretary; Blue Key, Vice-President; Sigma Upsilon. President; Co-Editor of Heltkon; Pan-Hellenic Council; Discipline Committee; German Club. SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES Richard J. Ovington B.J. English 606 South 32nd Avenue, Omaha, Nebraska Order of Gownsmen; Purple Masque; Alpha Psi Omega. James Keith Roberts .... B.A. English 2704 Alston Drive, S.E., Atlanta, Georgia 2AE Order of Gownsmen; Varsity Track; Varsity Tennis. James Howard Paui B.S. Chemistry 107 Van Buren, Camden. Arkansas KZ Order of Gownsmen; Acolyte Guild; Senanee Purple, Circulation Manager. Kenneth Speir Swenson . . B.J. English 149-64 Cherry Avenue, Flushing, L.I., New York 2N Order of Gownsmen; Fraternity President; German Club Ch vrles Alvin Wiley .... B.J. English 215 Winter Avenue, N.E.. Atlanta, Georgia ATC Order of Gownsmen; Fraternity President; Honor Council; Intra - nural Athletic Council; Freshman Football; Varsity Football; " S " Club; Varsity Tennis. I I Tl 1 J ri j i II 8 ' , J " V4 %V " J V tf0 ; ? " ' 5 ? ■ T 1 ir Aai $ r tk fejfc ; « jumoRS 37 IIS ill First Row: JOE FOSTER ATKINS, JR Box 292, Texarkana, Tex. ATA SYDNEY JAMES ATKINSON St. Andrew ' s School, St. Andrew ' s, Term. CHARLES HUGH BLAKESLEE 4.33 North Lombard Avenue, Oak Park, 111. 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SAE EUGENE DYER SCOTT 14 Cedar Drive, Selma, Ark. WILSON SEARIGHT 1425 Goodbar, Memphis, Tenn. A6 HOWARD KELLY SEIBEI.S 648 Idlewild Circle. Birmingham, Ala. SAE J I « I! S First Row: THOMAS JULIAN TALLEY 813 North Commerce, Gainesville, Tex. •KM A SANFORD KNAPP TOWART 15 Spring Hill Road, Norwalk, Conn. ::« RALEIGH WASHINGTON WALKER, JR Bennettsville, S. C. KA ROBERT JAY WARNER, JR. . . Hillwood Drive, Nashville, Term. KA .V cond Row: ALVIN NICHOLLS WARTMAN Box 444, Boulder City, Nev. CHARLES ALFRED WHITE 108 Aberdeen Place, St. Louis, Mo. ATA THOMAS EDWIN WRIGHT 420 Auburn Avenue, Monroe, La. IN " ' " V ■ Wammm If ■■ ' ■ ■ ■Sbia ' -u- MllMgMWBHBBKoS USrc EH ImOBihHH I WHU 1M ! !O MBSBi is , %-»% ' I, , b m First Row: Raymond Jackson Alexander, Jr. . . . KA 2733 Atwood Road, Atlanta, Ga. Sam Overton Anthony KA 102 Beall St., Pinevilte. La. George Dewey Arnold, Jr ATA 614 Madison Ave.. Montgomery. Ala. Second Row: Julius Preston Barclay ' J rA 409 Lumpkin Road. Fort Benning. Ga. Leal Graham Barr, Jr t A9 1318 North Mills. Orlando. Fla. Kenneth Montier Barrett WA Rox H47, Fort Pierce, Fla. 44 SOPHOMORES First Row: Henry Schulz Burden , Jr Summerville, S C. Charles Hugh Campbell, Jr KA 1212 Pinewood Ave., Hartsville, S. C. James Robert Carden p_1B 101 West 7th St.. Columbia. Tenn. Second Roil ' : Nestor Carrero K2 3090 N.W. 33rd St.. Miami. Fla. Walter Wallace Cawthorne ... 4»1 ' _ Route 1. Box 135. Wartenton. N. C. James Bovles Clemens 4714 San Jacinto, Houston 4. Tex. Third Row: David Martin Cleveland, Jr 2AE Sweetwater. Tenn. Joseph David Cushmax, Jr 2N 134 Riverside Drive. Titusville. Fla. Lavas Baltzell Davis 2AE 103 South 10th St., Fernandia. Fla. Fourth Row: John Frederick Dickman KA Swan Apartments, Lake Wales, Fla. Edward Louis Eells AM Port St. Joe. Fla. George Colquitt Estes, Jr pIW 2621 Mitchell. Waco. Texas Fifth Row: Robert Lloyd Evans 119 West 12th St.. Streator, III, Joseph Donald Ezechel, Jr 2N 51 Birch St.. Ramsev. N. J. James Wilks Faxt Lockhart, S. C. Sixth Roiv: Dwaine Wiley Filkixs AT_i 1029 North Mayfield Ave.. Chicago, III. Jett Miller Fisher A TO 116 Greenville St., Newnan, Ga. Charles Vernon Flowers pr_l 1701 Arbor Place, Knoxville. Tenn. Seventh Row: Thomas James Foster ATS2 2870 Maple Road, Memphis, Tenn. James McCardwell Fourmy, Jr KA Pine St., Hammond, La. Gilbert Frank Gilchrist KZ 9 Gadsden St.. Charleston, S. C. +i AM ■■iOh ■ - iW| lil II iif V " j 8w %i 1 ■BUI ■ Ft« Roiv: Henry Baker Grecorie, Jr KA 801 East Mam St., Bennettsville. S. C. Charles Beall Grinnell KA 5308 Stonewall, Little Rock, Aik. John Patten Guerrv 2AE Sewanee, Tenn. Second Row: JAO William Darden Hah " Meadowland " , Columbia, Tenn. Harry Frank Hall 401 Laurel Ave., South Pitt; burg, Tenn. Joseph Daniel Harris, Jr K2 201 Douglas St., Cookcville, Tenn. Third Ron George Henry Hart, Jr Lawndale. N. C. James Redinc Helms, Jr 3868 Linwood Place, Riverside, Calif. Charles Leonard Henry 321 East 14th St., Anniston. Ala. Fourth Roiv: William Lawrence Hicks .... 304 North George St., Goldsboro. N. C. ATI. ' . 2N •pFA . 2X Alan Clyde Hinshei.wood Pismo and Nipomo St., San Luis Obispo, Calif. Karl Ernest Horton K2 ■5029 N.VV. 3rd Ave., Miami 37, Fla. Fifth Row: Ronald Floyd Howell ATA 120 North 67th Place, Birmingham. Ala. Samuel Harwell Howell ...... AO Jackson Boulevard, Nashville. Tenn. Bon HOYT " • Hillsborough Manor Apartments, Nashville, Tenn. Sixth Row: Brannon Huddleston • SAE 1510 Clairmont Place, Nashville, Tennessee William Charles Huestis . • A ' l ' A 427 Westwood Road, West Palm Beach. Fla. John Rison Jones, Jr ■ ■ • ■ 2N 411 West Holmes Street, Huntsville, Ala. Seventh Roiv: Odia Lavon Jones Tracy City, Tenn. |iill Dhamii Karsten K2 18 Oak St., Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. William Ellis Kelley SN 652 Romany Road, Kansas City, Mo. First Row: Malcolm Stockton Lattimore, Jr. . , . trA 544 Oak, Webster Groves, M. . Ralph Arecood Law ATfi 6101 Kavanaugh Boulevard, Little Rock, Ark. David Gilbert Lee M " fi 1846 Elizabeth Place, Jacksonville- Fla. Stirling Alfred Lipscomb, Jr 2N 320 Moffet, Joplin, Mo. Arthur John Lockhart " Route 9, Box 249, Houston, Tex. Second Row: Robert Terrill Mayham 2AE 414 Lenox Ave., Westfield, N. J. Walter Shands McKeithen, Jr pAO 3694 Pine St.. Jacksonville. Fla. James Thomas McKinstry K2 7 Wood Road, Wilmington, Del. James Franklin McMullan KA 632 North College St., College Park, Ga. Fred Neal Mitchell IA 514 Hawthorne Lane. Charlotte, N. C. Third Row: Morris Hartley Morgan, Jr ATfl 4516 Bordeaux, Dallas, Tex. Thomas Wilson Mullikin ATfi 1915 Yale Ave., Knoxville, Tenn. Joseph Long Murphy, Jr KA 1709 12th Avenue, Hickory, N. C. Archibald P. Ogden AT_ Box 216, Sewanee. Tenn. Edward Frederick Ostertac ZAH 2735 Aurora St., El Paso, Tex. Fourth Row: Lester Strawn Parr pA9 121 East Prospect, Ottowa, 111. Samuel E. Parr, Jr pA9 121 East Prospect, Ottowa, III. Edward McCrady Peebles . 707 South Boulevard. Greenwood. Miss. John Phinizy 2N 2330 Kings Way, Augusta, Ga. Henry Elkton Pitts 4TA Route 2. Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. m h f n rj SOPHOMORES Stephen Elliott Puckette ATfi Fairy Trail, Lookout Mountain, Tenn. Joseph James Ribe 2N 801 Linwood Road, Birmingham, Ala. Thomas Brown Rice Bos 184. Medora, III, Second Roiv : Bruce McCleerv Roberts ATfi 1040 Erie St., Shreveport, La James Amonell Rogers SH 401 West Main St., McMinnville, Tenn. Ralph Mehlman Roscher, Jr ATA 121 West Forest Ave., Wheaton , 111. Third Row: Brvce Freeman Runyon, Jr ZAE Madison Extension, Clarksville, Term. Bryan Milner Rust ..... ATfi 931 Oakview, Columbus, Ga. Hugh Saussy, Jr cppA Route 1. Dunwoody. Ga. Fourth Roiv: Charles Carpenter Shaw KA 41 Etowah Drive, Cartersville, Ga. Sedgwick Lewis Simons K2S 1 Trumbo St., Charleston, S. C. Lester Leigh Smith, Jr . ATfi: Piedmont Park, Route 2, Taylors. S. C. Fifth Roiu: Robert Sidney Snell ATfi 317 South Magnolia St., Warrington, Fla. Fred Walter Sutton, Jr t FA 2634 North St., Beaumont, Tex. Frederick Elwood Taylor R 1440 Bellview Road, Roanoke, Va. Sixth Roir: Robert Catchincs Thweatt l AO 15 S.E. 11th Ave., Fort Laudetdale, Fla. Myles Leroy Vollmer K2 University Club, St. Paul, Minn. Richard Louis Wallens ZBT 5107 Blackstone Ave., Chicago 15. Illinois Seventh Roic: Warner Sutphen Watkins, Jr. ... 2AE Route 2, Box 406, Birmingham, Ala. Elbert Watson K2 300 Elm St., Newport, Ark. Lynn Wetherill ATA 224 Powell Ave., Clarendon Hills, 111. 4 ' V s p i iiii; William Haklo.s Whiting . . 19 Lakeside Drive, Covington. Ky. Charles Leomdas Widney, Jr. ... Box 2 . Germantown , Tenn. ata Samuel Wrighi Wysonc, Jr. ... . ATfl Box 169. Charles Town, W. Va. ATQ George Dibrell Young, Jr ATfi 10 Carrero St., St. Augustine, Fla, SOPHOMORES WITHOUT PICTURES Joe Hart Davis 16 North Vine St., Winchester. Tenn. Johx Baxter Hawkins, Jr. Box 774, Cowan, Tenn. Wevmo.v Rae Smallwood Martin Springs. South Pittsburg. Tenn. Rolaxd Carlos Gardner, Jr. Sewanee, Tenn. ATA Hunter McDonald, III Ellendale Drive. Nashville, Tenn. AG Herbert Latham Williams 1703 Cloncurry Road, Norfolk, Va. • ' » ■ : ?■ jC M HP ' $M A i . • V X I - )Mmm x OIUTL Lorn I lcrutw u ' £ t . -. FRESHfllEn ri RESHMEN First Roiv : Joh.v Matthews Abernathy, Jr ATfi Aymett Road, Pulaski. Tenn. Alfonso Constantine Adamz, Jr. . . . ATA Sewanee. Tenn. William Atkin Akers 1. F. 518 West Main St.. Knoxville, Tenn. Second Ron.- James Thomason Alves KS Box 266. Gunrersville, Ala. Charles Arnold, Jr ATfi Box 147. Granrville, Ga. John William Arnold 67 North Jefferson St., Winchester, Tr-nn. w Third Row: Clarence Gar.nett Ashbv, Jr flK XK 1836 Montgomerv Place. Jacksonville, Fla. Ray Hert Avereit, Jr »«»fc 1300 South 20th St., Birmingham. Ala. William Temple Avereit M ' A 1300 South 20th St.. Birmingham. Ala, Fourth Roil ' : Donald Morris Axi.eroad 3 Sixth Ave., Winchester, Tenn Ferriss Clay Bailey, Jr I A9 Hillwood Drive, Nashville. Tenn. Edward Rorrins Ball VTfi Box 745, Summervillr, S. C, FRESHMEN First Row: William Herbert Barnes 2N 3912 9th Court, South. Birmingham, Ala. Harold Elliott Barrett AG 14 Tradd St.. Charleston, S. C. Rov Clark Bascom AX A 827 South 19th St.. Birmingham, Ala. Second Roiv : Georce Chester Bedell, II IAB 3660 St. Johns Ave., Jacksonville. Fla. William Reed Beli AT 1070 East Brainard St., Pensacola. Fla. Willard Hall Bennett 2X 527 Washington Ave., Titusville, Fla. Third Roiv ' : KA William Trump Bird, II .... 1036 Highland Ave.. Jackson. Tenn. Mitchell Charles Bishop, Jr KA 507 West Walker Ave., College Park, Ga. Fleming Cocke Blackburn K- 320 Centerville St., Marion, Ala. Fourth Row: Wyatt Heflin Blake, III 2X 115 River Bluff Drive, Sheffield, Ala. John Frank Blankenship Murfreeshoro, Tenn. John Edwards Bogle KA 806 Cherokee St.. Marietta, Ga. Fifth Row: Richard Horsey Boult, Jr. . ATI? 217 Cohn Street. Belzoni. Miss. William Orcill Boyd KS 215 Hatchie Ave., Brownsville, Tenn. Elmer Monroe Boykin ATA 819 llth Ave.. Laurel, Miss. Sixth Row: Nelson James Brouillette ....... 200 Church St., Chiplcv. Fla. Charles Edward Brown 318 East Main St., Gallatin, Tenn. John Grover Brown ATA Box 125. Boca Raton. Fla. Seventh Row: Perry Cooper Burton ATA 1224 N.W. 38th St., Oklahoma City. Okla. Robert Stuart Burton rA 4502 Woodrow, Galveston, Texas Donald Archibald Campbell, Jr. . . . KA 616 I .a Fayette Ave., Camden. S. C. f c It if ii r Earl Manucy Canova, Jr ATA 171 N.W. 91sc St., Miami. Fla. Leonard Ray Cardwell ATA Sewanee, Tenn Vircil Franklin Carpenter J FA 498 Lundee. Memphis. Tenn. Secon i Roiv : Elbert Pete Charlet, Jr KA 202 Carden Ave., Nashville, Tenn. Horace Avery Chenoweth 2AE 4608 Apache Ave., Jacksonville. Fla. Robert Fulton Cherry I A9 Shepperd Place, Nashville, Tenn. Third Roiv : Stuart Row Childs t rA 534 Oakland Ave.. Charlotte, N. C. John Meek Clark, Jr 2255 Post St., Jacksonville. Fla, James Pollard Clark SN 202 Gordon Drive, Sheffield. Ala. Fourth Rr, A9 A9 Hansel Creason Clayton .... Ellendale Drive, Nashville, Tenn. William Tomphson Cocke, III . . Box 627, Athens. Ala. Edward Dudley Colhoun, Jr ATS2 1120 Brightwood Place, Roanoke, Va. Fifth Row: Benjamin Raye Collier pA9 350 Boulevard. Shreveport, La. Robert Henry Cooke iX 807 North Osprey Ave., Sarasota, Fla. Billy Howard Cowcer SN Springview, Nebr. Sixth Roiv: John David Crews Kl 602 Farmer St., Vicksburg, Miss. Cooper Myers Cubbedge, Jr ATA 1314 Mapleron Road. Jacksonville, Fla. Jerry Allen Daniel 2N 19 East 52nd St., Indianapolis, Ind. Seventh Row: Edward Harris Darrach, Jr ATA 276 Valley St., Jackson, Miss. Joel Thomas Daves, III VTfi 332 3 South Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach, Fla. Christopher Wheelwright Davis . . . ATI. ' 3601 Connecticut Ave., N.W. Washington, D. C. FRESHMEN kd First Row: Theodore Wilson " Davis, Jr AT!! 148 Woodmont Boulevard, Nashville. Tenn. Walter Ray Davis AXA Route 1, Whitwell, Tenn. Henry Ewing Dean, Jr w 2893 Andrews Drive, Atlanta. Ga. John W. Denn 2N 808 North 26th St.. Philadelphia, Pa. Joseph Homer Dimon, III 2AE Steam Mill Road, Columbus, Ga. Second Row: Harry Forrest Dodge, III K2 3911 Oakwood Road, Little Rock, Ark. Richard Burke Doss 2AE 29 Popham Road, Scarsdale. N. Y. Dan Davis Dvorak 2X 3693 Hedrick St., Jacksonville, Fla. Richard Edwin Elliott ATA 639 North Lombard Ave.. Oak Park, III. Donald Stewart Ellis KA 1817 Fairfield, Shreveport, La. 1 ' hird Roiu : Leroy Johnston Ellis, III 2N 400 Allaire Ave.. Leorua. N. J. Parker Francis Enwright 2N 57 East Robinson Ave., Orlando, Fla. Chester Edwin Flavin ATA 634 Armory St.. Springfield, Mass. David Acrill Fort 2X South Logan. Gaffney. S. C. Lloyd Edward Franklin, Jr 2AE 1816 Overlook Terrace, Louisville, Ky. Fourth Row: Lawton Neil Friend KA 530 East Lake Drive, Decatur, Ga. John Twyman Gardner 2N 2534 Long Ave., Beaumont, Texas Clarence James Garland, Jr 4TA 965 Webster, Eagle Pass, Texas Charles Pendleton Garrison KA 3212 San Nicholas St.. Tampa. Fla. John Bernard Golbach, Jr I TA 2216 McFaddin. Beaumont, Tex. f l ft J W If • - fllR4 fei First Row: Mahns Edward Gould, Jr ATA 307 East Madison, Bastrop, La. William Garrett Graincer 2AE 89 Union St., Montclair, N. J. William David Haggard, III . . ' . . 2AE Woodlawn Drive, Nashville, Tenn. Second Row : George Hoover Hamler ATA 35 3 3 Ernest St., Jacksonville, Fla ByRD Wells Hanlev 2AE 705 Cypress Drive, Memphis, Tenn. Howard Malcolm Hannah 65 South Jefferson St., Winchester, Tenn Third Rozv: Burwell Connor Harrison lab 504 North Monroe St., Tallahasse, Fla. Thomas James Hartford, Jr AT!! 68 08 Sixth St., N.W. Washington, D. C. Richard Vernon Hawkins -I ' l ' A Sewanee. Tenn Fourth Row: George Edward Hazlehurst, Jr 809 Highland Avenue, Jackson, Tenn. James Caton Helton ZN Box 2 35, Waynesboro, Tenn. George Groves Henry 4 rA 321 East 14th St., Anniston, Ala. Fifth Row: James Robert Henry, III K;; 6414 Kenmore Road, Dallas 5, Tex, James Otto Hill ATA Sewanee, Tenn. Lewis Jefferson Hoi.loway, Jr. . . . 2AE 2433 Ransdell Ave.. Louisville, Ky. r A Sixth Row: Dave Ramsey Hoover Viola, Tenn. Robert James Huffman KA 1021 16H ' Ave., Hickory, N. C. Charies William Hunt KA Riverwood Drive, Nashville, Tenn. Seventh Row: Warren Hansei.l Hunt, Jr KA Box 30, Rayville, La. William Harrison Hutcherson, Jr. . . K2 906 17th St.. N.W. Washington, D. C. Wayne Talmage Jervis, Jr I A6 Box 211, Chicago Heights, 111. FRESHMEN First Rote: William Rice Johnson Kl 1306 East Lalccview, Pensacola, Fla. Egbert Malone Jones AT!! Crawfordsvllle, Ark. William Donaldson Kellner .... ATA 413 Arnold, Greenville, Miss. Walter Wallace Kennedy, Jr ATQ 114 Gilmer Ave.. Montgomery, Ala. Edgar Otto Kieswetter Route 2. Shaipsprings Road. Winchester. Tenn. Second Row: Lerov Taylor Kincannon, Jr ATfi 2926 Canterbury Road. Birmingham, Ala. Gerald McCuli.oh King 2X Sewanee. Tenn. George Jesse Kuhnert 2N 404 Carolina Ave.. Bristol. Tenn. John Kyle Lancaster 4 A9 RFD 4. Floyd, Va. Thomas Andrew Lear ATA 345 South 4th St.. Coshocton. Ohio Third Row. Douglas Bagwell Leatherbury, Jr. . . ATA 2941 Ionic Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. Richard Webster Leche, Jr |(J Lacombe, La. John Trumbull Lee, Jr KA N.W. 1st Avenue and 6th St.. Delray Beach. Fla. Edwin Gilliland Lewis i A9 Pontc Vcdra Beach, Fla. Roy Emerson Lloyd K2; Box- 14 19. Fairhope, Ala. tour th Roiv : Howard Harbison Logan KA 701 Magnolia Ave., Shelbyville, Ky. John Kirksey Long 2N Dukedom Road, Mayrield, Ky. Henry Hamilton Love, Jr Z f 3608 Harding Road, Nashville, Tenn. John Harold Marchand, Jr I A9 400 Crockett St., Greenwood, Miss. Edward Clark Marshall ..... ' l Ao 6326 Ridge Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio v- . : ' ■ Am i First Row: Ivo Burns McAlister, Jr 2AE Hobbs Road, Nashville, Tenn. Lvle Thornton McConnell AT Sewanee, Tenn. Robertson McDonald P _ e Ellendale Drive, Nashville, Tenn Second Row: Ben Humphreys McGee i_ie Sewanee, Tenn. Frank Edward McMurry ka 2512 Fairfax Ave., Nashville. Tenn. Robert Shackleford Mellon 2AE 2550 Maryland Ave., Tampa. Fla. Third Row: Frederick Menz j,p_ Blue Ridge Summir, Pa. Alcorn Ferguson Minor, Jr KZ 717 Walnut St.. Newport. Ark. Jacob Robert Moon .... , . . 2AE 2011 Wildwood Ave., Columbus. Ga. Fourth Row: James Rutland Moore AE 3805 Rolland Road, Nashville, Tenn. Lester Leamon Moore at A Box 22, Huntland. Tenn. Thomas Allen Morder R2 University Club, St, Paul, Minn. Fifth Row: Lynn Crawford Morehouse ata 3130 S.W. 19th Terrace, Miami. Fla. Clifton Hall Morgan Clinton, Mass. Martin Eugene Morris ... . 2N 2026 Frederica, Owensboro, Ky. Sixth Roiv : Anson Adams Mount White Bluff, Tenn. Robert Carroll Myers A1 " J Fullerton, Nebr. John Harmon Nichols J A6 135 Grove Lane. Griffin, Ga. Seventh Row: Alfred Killebrew Orr, Jr J 1 ' A Route 1, Columbia, Tenn. Walter Burr Parker 924 Moss St., New Orleans. La. Alex Somervell Perry, Jr Hollywood. Mirs. FRESHMEN First Row: Frank Stanford Persons, III Christ Church Rectory, Bastrop, La. William Rector Porta K2 2200 South Main St.. Hopkinsville. Ky. Edgar Lav Powell K2 Bar X Ranch, Lampasas. Tex. George Gordon Price ATA 15-A Nevaro Apartments. Macon, Ga. John Harrison Rees 2AE 607 Mulberry Ave., Fayetteville, Tenn. Second Row: George Lazenbv Reynolds, Jr ATfi Sewanee, Tenn. Horace Lisle Rhorer, Jr ATfi 651 East Paces Ferry Road, N.E. Atlanta, Ga. William Thompson Richter . . . If A Box 647, Greenwood, Miss. Albert Roberts, III ATA 422 Disston Boulevard, North St. Petersburg, Fla. Harvey Allen Rogers, Jr ' MA 110 Ducan Ave.. Paris. Ky. Third Row: James Marvin Rogers 401 Laurel St., South Pittsburg, Tenn. William Firstbrook Rogers 2AE 23 Maryland Drive, New Orleans, La. Herbert Paul Roscher ATA 121 West Forest Ave.. Wheaton , III, William Bland Rush 2AE 2133 Edgehill Road, Louisville. Ky. Frederick Allen Rutherman ZN Olmsted, III. Fourth Row: Edward Cumpston Rutland ATA 316 West 24th St., Houston 8, Tex. Herschell Robert Scivally $LA 802 Erie, Shreveport. La. Dan Dryden Scott J rA Petersburg, Tenn. Edward Mitchell Seabrook, Jr. . . . ATA R.ver Road, Folly Beach. S. C. John Hayes Sherman, Jr 2N 2251 Walton Way. Augusta. Ga. ft. t? ff- 7W :j i i O, (ft f S Ate ■Firx Roiv : John Bedford Shober, Jr i a.8 1473 Nashville Ave., New Orleans, La. Homer Lyman Smiles ATA 1796 Steiner Ave.. Birmingham, Ala. Howard Morgan Smith, III 2AE 3C0 East Brow Road, Lookout Mountain, Tenn Second Row: John David Spancler KA 494 North McNeil, Memphis, Tenn. Neal McCalla Speake, Jr 2AE 712 Ferry St., Decatut, Ala. Lindsay Harris Stephenson j A6 203 Bunch St., Corinth, Miss. Third Row: William Shannon Stoney, Jr 2AE 1023 Quintard Ave.. Anniston. Ala. c;ra Williams Stuart SAE 6300 Huntington Ave., Newport News, Va. William Thomas Stumb 2X 3509 Harding Road, Nashville 5, Tenn. Fourth Row: Murray Lincoln Trelease ATiJ 430 West 57th St., Kansas City, Mo. William Harriott Truesdall K2 119 S.N.W. Highway. Park Ridge, 111. John Randolph Tucker, Jr AT ' .! 2902 Lafayette St.. St. Joseph, Mo. Fifth Row: KA Gordon Robert Tyler 2322 Manoa Road, Honolulu. T. H. James Herbert Vauchan, Jr ATV. Route 2. Box 41, Norfolk, Va. Ronald Lafayette Voss, Jr Wesrmeade Farm, Route 2, Nashville, Tenn. Sixth Row: Francis Bryan Wakefield, III . . . X c 1311 Dauphin. Mobile. Ala. John Patrick Walker K2 6420 Roselawn Road, Richmond. Va. Paul Shields Walker J PA 403 North St.. Newport, Tenn. Seventh Rou : Robert Wallis Ward, Jr KA 520 East Main St., Georgetown, Kv Dale Leigh Waterhouse . . . . ' . . . 2N 214 South Center St., Corry, Pa. William Breese Watson 2N Buechel, Ky. FRESHMEN First Row: William Gatewood Webb ATA 102 ' l- Church St., Charleston, S, C. John Russell Williamson - K2 72 3 North Wayne. Piqua, Ohio Emerson Clarence Winstead, Jr K2 Box 1308, Wilson. N. C. Roy Chester Winters 2N Route 1. Switz City, Ind. David Greene Wiseman, Jr. . . Route 4. Winchester, Tenn. Second Row: George Ackley Wolf ATA IS Canal. Ellenville. N. Y. Emmons Hicks Woolwine, Jr ' I AH Ellendale Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. Douglas Massey Wright, Jr A6 222 Walnut Drive, Nashville. Tenn. . . . ' I A( . . . 2AK Luke Eldridge Wright 1516 Union Avenue, Memphis, Tenn. Charles Corura York, Jr Route 2, Box 104, Germantown, Tenn. Richard Youxc ATA St. Matthew ' s Rectory, Jamestown, R. I. FRESHMEN WITHOUT PICTURES Herman Edward Baggexstoss SN Box 116, Tracy City, Tenn. Samuel Lewis Braxnon, Jr Richard City, Tenn. Eugene Paul Brown SN 3645 West 10th St., Erie, Pa. George Thomas Clark, Jr 12 Mimosa St., Wilmington. N. C. Robert Eldridge Connor, Jr A6 4414 Dallas Ave., Houston, Tex. Homer Pettie Hopkins, Jr 58 North Jefferson St., Winchester, Tenn. Thomas William Kinc ATA Sewanee, Tenn. Arthur Gustave Lachman 2N 1896 Pacific Ave., San Francisco, Calif. Samuel Morreli. Martin St. Andrew ' s, Tenn. William Vernon McMuli.en ' 2A15 5225 Georgia Road, Birmingham, Ala. Charles Harrison McNutt T! 10 Morningside Park. Memphis .Tenn. Larche Harris Michaux, Jr 505 Henry St., Greenwood, Miss, Fred Houston Montgomery Sewanee, Tenn. Charles Edward Murray Decherd. Tenn. Harold Otto Paul Pinther, Jr. . . . A TA 112 Wabash. Waukesha. Wis. Fitzhugh Kxox Poweli ATA 4016 Alcazar. Jacksonville, Fla. Benjamin Moore Rawlincs, Jr 4 AG Fleetwood Drive. Lookout Mountain. Tenn. Raymond Butler Stuckey ATA 1050 Kathetine St., Augusta. Ga. David Patterson Taylor, Jr . K. 307 Faitway Drive, New Orleans. La. rr AOS ohn Stanley Gresley ■ ATQ Lake Lure Inn LAKE LURE. NORTH CAROLINA B.A., Sewanee 1943 Order of Gownsmen ; Acolyte Guild ; Choir. David Armistead Lockhart I A ) FROGMORE. SOUTH CAROLINA B. A., Sewanee 1943 Order of Gownsmen; Omicron Delta Kappa; Blue Key, President; CAP AND GOWN; Honor Council; Varsity Track; Varsity Basketball Manager; " S " Club. wmWHr M )£ ■:•- ■ 3 1 1 Bj M BHHI ' • : gB " ' " I S V - ? SCHOOL OF THEOLOGV ' - The Rev. Robert McQueen Grant A.B., Northwestern University; B.D., Union Theological Seminary; S.T.M., and Th.D., Harvard. Acting Dean of the School of Theology m I T I 1 I I F It I L II The Rev. Bayard Hale Jones B.A., M.A., M.L., University of Cali- fornia; B.D., General Theological Semi- nary; D.D., Church Divinity School of the Pacific. Professof of Ecclesiastical History The Rev. George Boggan Myers LL.B., University of Mississippi; B.D., University of the South; D.D., Phila- delphia Divinity School. Professor of Philosophy of Religion, Ethics, and Sociology The Rev. Royden Keith Yerkes Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania; Th.D., Philadelphia Divinity School. Professor of Systematic Divinity HiS iE -::■ : p - " A %». j™ £.- fe PF ' 1i " 6« li i m ' . ' XT- ' - : --? . fc ifc l rw - -V t, W SfllHT LUKE ' S Tl EOLOliS First Roiv WALTER ROBERT BELFORD Sewanee, Tenn. ATA B.A., University of the South Diocese of IF est Texas • JAMES ORVILLE BODLEY Monteagle, Tenn. K2 B.A., University of Pennsylvania Diocese of Tennessee Second Roiv CHARLES JUDSON CHILD, JR - 86 Marion St., Paterson, N. J. B.A., University of the South Diocese of Newark ROBERT EUGENE RATELLE Aeolian Apts. (B-i ), Vicksburg, Miss. B.A., Tulane University Diocese of Louisiana WITHOUT PICTURE MILLER MURRAY CRAGON, JR 2042 Thornton Court, Alexandria, La. K2 B.A., Tulane University Diocese " of Lousiana 68 First Ron Second Ron JOHN ALBERT BENTON, JR. ZX 2411 12th St., South, St. Petersburg, Florida B.A., University of Florida Diocese of Soutli Florida MARK BONFILS 418 Walnut Road. Ben Avon. Pennsylvania B.A., Columbia University Diocese of Neiu York DAVID BROWNING COLLINS 418 Oak St.. Hot Sptings, Arkansas B.A., University of the South Diocese of Arkansas WILLIAM JORDAN FITZHUGH Marianna, Arkansas Diocese of Arkansas WILLIAM CHARLES JOHNSON 311 S. 5th.. McGehee, Arkansas B.A., Hendrix College Diocese of Arkansas HUGH CROCKETT McKEE, JR. Sewanee, Tennessee Diocese of Kentucky JOHNSON HAGOOD PACE, JR. X 720 NE 27th St., Miarru 37, Florida A.B., University of Florida Diocese of Soutli Florida MARTIN ROBERT TILSON 320 E. 49th St., Savannah, Georgia B.S., Clemson College Diocese of Upper South Carolina WITHOUT PICTURE RICHARD D. BITNER Ben 704 S. 26th St.. Hatrisburg, Pennsylvania B.A., Pennsylvania State College Diocese of Harrisburg T THEOLOG JUNIORS First Row Second Ron ' EARL LAURAL CONNER R.R. No. 1. Winslow, Indiana B.S., Central Normal College Diocese of Indianapolis GEORGE COLEMAN CONNOR 3110 Martin Road, Chattanooga, Tennessee A.B., University of Chattanooga Diocese of Tennessee RICHARD ROBERT COOK AKX 1311 Jefferson Ave., New Orleans, Louisiana B.A., University of Wisconsin Diocese of Louisiana DAVID JOSEPH COUGLIN ATfi 213 Madison St., Palatka, Florida B.A., University of the South Diocese of Florida ANTHONY GOOD DIFFENBAUGH 2AE Glendale. Tallahassee, Florida B.A., University of the South Diocese of Florida HORACE W. FAIRBROTHER, JR. 2922 Plumb St., Houston 5, Texas B.S. in Ch. E., Rice Institute M.S. in Ch. E., Mass. Inst, of Tech. Diocese of Texas DONALD HARGER FEICK EII 231 S. Home Ave., Avalon, Pennsylvania B.S., Grove City College Diocese of Pittsburgh ALEXANDER FRASER 10H Huntington Road, Kansas City 2, Missouri B.A., University of Kansas Diocese of Mississippi JOHN T. DeFOREST, JR. 128 Ashcroft, Dedham, Massachusetts Maryville College Diocese of Massachusetts ROBERT BENJAMIN HALL Helena, Arkansas University of Arkansas Diocese of Arkansas 70 IHEOIOG JUNIORS First Rozv SAMUEL R. HARDMAN Perry, Florida University of the South Diocese of Florida GEORGE EDWARD HAYNSWORTH 325 N. Salem Ave , Sumter, South Carolina A.B., The Citadel Diocese of South Carolina RODERICK JAMES HOBART Cheraw, South Carolina B.S., Westchester State Teachers College Diocese of South Carolina ADDISON HOSEA Plkeville, North Carolina B.A., Atlantic Christian College Diocese of East Carolina JOHN SARGENT MARTIN N. Main, Mt. Airy. North Carolina B.S., University of North Carolina Diocese of North Carolina JAMES RAVFORD McLEAN Natchitoches, Louisiana B.S., Northwestern State College Diocese of Louisiana RUSSELL WILLIAM MILLER ATA 907 Park St., McKeesport, Pennsylvania B.A., Butler University Diocese of Indianapolis ROBERT LOVELL OLIVEROS 40 Legare St., Charleston, South Carolina A.B., The Citadel Diocese of South Carolina Second Row GEORGE STACKLEV HURST 308 Terry St., Hamlet, North Catolina A.B., University of North Carolina Diocese of North Carolina WITHOUT PICTURE JOHN TOWNSEND HARRISON A0 504 N. Monroe St., Tallahassee, Florida B.S., B.A., University of Florida Diocese of Florida i i. 4 E M fc THE L G JUNIORS First Row Second Row EARL LAURAL CONNER R.R. No. 1, Winslow, Indiana B.S., Central Normal College Diocese of Indianapolis ANTHONY GOOD DIFFENBAUGH SAE Glendale, Tallahassee, Florida B.A., University of the South Diocese of Florida GEORGE COLEMAN CONNOR 3110 Martin Road, Chattanooga, Tennessee A.B., University of Chattanooga Diocese of Tennessee RICHARD ROBERT COOK AKN 1311 Jefferson Ave., New Orleans, Louisiana B.A., University of Wisconsin Diocese of Louisiana DAVID JOSEPH COUGLIN ATfi 213 Madison St., Palatka, Florida B.A., University of the South Diocese of Florida HORACE W. FAIRBROTHER, JR. 2922 Plumb St., Houston 5, Texas B.S. in Ch. E., Rice Institute M.S. in Ch. E., Mass. Inst, of Tech. Diocese of Texas DONALD HARGER FEICK EII 231 S. Home Ave., Avalon, Pennsylvania B.S., Grove City College Diocese of Pittsburgh ALEXANDER FRASER 10M Huntington Road, Kansas City 2, Missouri B.A., University of Kansas Diocese of Mississippi JOHN T. DeFOREST, JR. 128 Ashcroft, Dedham, Massachusetts Maryville College Diocese of Massachusetts ROBERT BENJAMIN HALL Helena, Arkansas University of Arkansas Diocese of Arkansas 70 THEOLOGJDNiOKS First Rotu SAMUEL R. HARDMAN Perry, Florida University of the South Diocese of Florida GEORGE EDWARD HAYNSWORTH 325 N. Salem Ave , Sumter, South Carolina A.B., The Citadel Diocese of Soulli Carolina RODERICK JAMES HOBART Cheraw, South Carolina B.S., Westchester State Teachers College Diocese of South Carolina JOHN SARGENT MARTIN N. Main, Mt. Airy, North Carolina B.S., University of North Carolina Diocese of North Carolina JAMES RAVFORD McLEAN Natchitoches, Louisiana B.S., Northwestern State College Diocese of Louisiana RUSSELL WILLIAM MILLER ATA 907 Park St., McKeesport, Pennsylvania B.A., Butler University Diocese of Indianapolis ADDISON HOSEA Pikeville, North Carolina B.A., Atlantic Christian College Diocese of East Carolina ROBERT LOVELL OLIVEROS 40 Legare St., Charleston, South Carolina A.B., The Citadel Diocese of South Carolina Second Roiv GEORGE STACKLEY HURST 308 Terry St., Hamlet, North Carolina A.B., University of North Carolina Diocese of North Carolina WITHOUT PICTURE JOHN TOWNSEND HARRISON 1 A9 504 N. Monroe St., Tallahassee, Florida B.S., B.A., University of Florida Diocese of Florida f9 l " " " " ¥ V k Gownsmen coming from daily service at All Saints ' Chapel nm OF GOWNSMEN " The Cap and Gown have always been worn by the Faculty and students of the University. They are symbols of that high and pure learn- ing which is the ideal of the University. The insignia carries with it definite privileges and responsibilities and is awarded only to upper- classmen who are worthy of distinction because of diligence in the pursuit of their studies. To the Order of Gownsmen is entrusted the main- tenance of student traditions and the time- honored customs of Sewanee. " O ' Neal Bardin, Vice-President; Moultrie McIntosh. President; Porter Williams, Secretary. MEMBERS Apperson, Atkinson, Baker, J. C. Ball, Banks, Bardin, Boyle, Bridges, Bryant, Burgins, W. Car- penter, Cate, Chambers, K. E. Clarke, J. S. Collier, Coombs, dimming, Curtis, Crane, Deimel, Dicks, Dobson, Douglas, Elmore, Emerson, Esslinger, Eustice, G. K. Evans, Finney. Flintoff, Flynn, Fowler, Francis, Frith, Gambrill, J. Gass, Gott, Grant, Gray, Gresley, Harbison, P. M. Hawkins, Haynes, Haynie, Hudson, C. E. Johnson, D. M. Johnson, J. B. Johnson , Lamson , Langstaff , Leach , D . A . Lockhart, Lowrey, MacGowan, J. C. Marshall, McAneney, Mcintosh, McKenzie, McLeod, Mc- Neill, R. B. Mitchell, H. P. Moon, W. C. Morgan, Moses, T. L. Myers, Naff, Nelson, Nummy, O ' Donnell, Ovington, S. D. Palmer, Paul, F. D. Pebbles, Pettey, Phillips, Pierce, Pillow. Pinson. J. S. Pitts. Prindle, Rice. Ris- beck, J. K. Roberts, E. D. Scottt, H. K. Seibels, Selcer, Shahady, W. J. Shaw, Stokes, Stubbs, J. B. Sutton, Swanson, Talley, Vardell, I. R. Walker, R. W. Walker, Wallace, War- ner, Wartman, Waymouth, Westfeldt, C, A. White, G. C. White. Wiley. P. Williams. T. E. Wright. TENNESSEE BETA CHAPTER Phi Beta Kappa, national honorary scholastic society, is the oldest fraternity in th;- country, having been founded at the College of William and Mary in 1776. Its pur- pose is that of promoting scholarship among college students, and the presti ge of Phi Beta Kappa is so great that its golden key is the most coveted award in American uni- versities. The chapter at Sewanee, known as Tennessee Beta, was established in 1926. An under-graduate who has completed five semesters with an average of 92, or six semesters with an average of 90, is eligible for election to membership. B K MEMBERS Gus Baker, William Nummy, Peter O ' Don- nell, James Pillow, John Waymonth. MEMBERS O ' Neal Bardin, Paul Hawkins, William Nummy, Mac Ham- mond, Moultrie Mcin- tosh, Irl Walker, Joe Shaw, Perrin Low rev, David Lockhart, Her- bert Lamson. ALPHA ALPHA CIRCLE Omicron Delta Kappa is a national honorary leadership fraternity, recognizing student leadership in the various campus activities. It holds the place in extra-curricular activities which Phi Beta Kappa holds in scholastic achievement, and membership in this fraternity is one of the highest honors attainable by a Sewanee student. The Alpha Alpha Circle at Sewanee was installed during 1929. Only three percent of the student body can be elected to membership, and these are chosen exclusively from the Order of Gownsmen. OAK 75 flLflE in Blue Key, national honorary leadership fraternity, recognizes outstanding men on the campus. The members are chosen not solely because of their past record, but are selected for what they can do toward furthering the progress and best interests of the University and the community. It is essentially a service fraternity, and each year endeavors to complete some campus or community project. MEMBERS Sitting. William Nummy, Treasurer; Porter Williams, Vice-President; David Lock- hart, President. Standing: O ' Neal Bardin, Paul Haw- kins, Secretary; Moultrie Mcintosh, Joe Shaw, James Cate, John Ball, Wallace Westfeldt, Frazer Banks, Alumni Secretary; James Pillow. Not Pictured: Per- rin Lowrey, George Gam- brill, David Collins. HON COON OR II MEMBERS Standing: Eugene Scott, Secretary; William Nummy, Chairman; O ' Neal Bardin, Vice- Chairman. Sitting; George Wolf, David Cough- lin, Jonathan, Flynn, Gra- ham Barr. The safeguarding of Sewanee ' s cherished tradition, the Honor System, is placed in the hands of the students, who elect representatives to serve on the Honor Council. It is the duty of this council to see that the Honor Code, which is signed by every Sewanee man, is never forgotten or marred in any manner. These men of the Honor Council review aii infringements of the Honor Code, and assign the necessary penalties. 76 The Student Vestry is a representative body of students elected from the classes, whose aim is the development of the religious life of the University bv: acting as an advisory council to the Chaplain in expressing the wishes and needs of the students, and in aiding the Chaplain in his work; initiating and fostering such local plans and organizations as will further the cause of the Christian religion at Sewanee; and affiliating with religious organizations and movements in other colleges and universities. STUDENT VESTRY MEMBERS Standing: Martin Tilson, Harry Douglas, Senior- Warden. 5irrmg: Frazer Banks: Harold Barrett. Junior-Warden; Donald Johnson, Billy Cowger. Charles Chambers. MEMBERS Appersor . H. 3arrett, K Barrett, Blackbu n, D. A Campbel . J. P. Clark R Cooke, Cowger , Darrach Deimel, Dodge, Enwr ght Fourmy, R. C Garc ner Gray, Haynes, J. R. Jones, Karsten, A. J. Lockhart, J. C. Marshall, Mcintosh, R. B. Mitchell, Morder, M. E. Morris, Mount, Ostertag, Price, Snell, F. W. Sutton, Talley, Towart, Trelease, Vaughan, Wal- lens, Wetherill, Widney, Wolf, Wysong. G. D. Young. Under the direction of Mr. Paul S. McConnell, the University Choir, com- posed of forty voices, has produced music which has meant much to the serv- ices in All Saints ' . Prior to the Christmas holidays, the choir presented its annual Christmas service of choral music. This entire recital, with the ex- ception of the congregational carols, was sung a capella by the group. For its annual Easter presentation, the University Choir produced DuBois ' " Seven Last Words. " UNIVERSITY 77 ACOLYTE Mill The Acolyte Guild this year, along with serving its ultimate purpose of adding dignity and beauty to the services in All Saints ' Chapel, has sponsored a drive to purchase milk for the negro school children of Sewanee. The Guild has met regularly to read and review religious pamphlets and books, which if chosen, are purchased by the group, and are placed for distribution to the student body through the " tract rack " in the rear of the chapel. MEMBERS Back. tow: Horton , R , Young, Gould, Emerson, J . Henry , Clemens , Caw- thorne. Middle tow: Stokes, Puckette, Persons, Ostertag, A. Lockhart, W. Carpen- ter, Blake, Saussy. Front tow: Chaplain Poindexter, J. Clark, Estes, P. Burton, McKenzie, R. Evans, Latti- more, F. Sutton, Truesdell, E. Powell. PROCTORS MEMBERS Standing: James Cati Pow- hatan Hall; Irl Walker. Hoffman Hall; Wallace Westfeldt, Government Apartments; Moultrie Mc- intosh ( Head Proctor) , Sewanee Inn; Anthony Dif- fenbaugh. Van Ness Hall; O ' Neal Batdin. Tuckaway Inn; Joe Shaw. Johnson Hall. Kneeling: Jack Pace. St. Luke ' s Hall; Paul Haw- kins, Cannon Hall; Bill Nummy, Selden. Proctors are those students, chosen by the administration upon the recom- mendation of the retiring proctors, whose duty it is to maintain order and discipline in their dormitories. In addition to their dormitory duties, the proctors check chapel attendance and assist in general student discipline. It is indeed an honor to be chosen as proctor, but the position is accompanied by- heavy responsibility and only those who are competent and who hold the respect of the student body, are selected. 78 Sopherim is the mother chapter of the Sigma Upsilon Literary Fraternity, which was founded on this campus in 1903 for the purpose of developing ori- ginal talent in writing and for the recognition of such literary achievement. For membership, a student must submit an original paper to the societv for acceptance. Submissions may be made in any of the following categories: translation, poetry, f ictional prose, non-fictional prose, and drama. The literary work of the members is published at the close of each term in the Sopherim Magazine. 2 T MEMBERS Front row: Ronald Howell. John Jones, Mac Hammond, Gus Baker, Joe Cumming. Center row: Chris Davis; Charles Blakeslee, Paul Hawkins, AI Fitts. Back row: Tom Mullikin, Par- ker Enwright, Richard Dei- mel, Tom Wright, Perrin Lowrey. Nor in picture: John Collier, David Col- lins, George Connor, Mat- lack Crane, Robert Hall, Herbert Lamson, Moultrie Mcintosh, Robert Ratelle, Porrer Williams. STAFF Sitting: Mac Hammond, Managing Editor; Porter Williams, Co-Editor; Gus Baker, Co-Editor, Stand- ing: Joe Cumming; Jesse Phillips. Paul Hawkins, Herbert Lamson, Neely Grant. This year, a new literary magazine, Helikon, was conceived by the members of Sopherim, as a medium through which the students interested in the art of writing would have the opportunity of seeing their efforts published. A membership in Sopherim is not required and submissions may be of poetry, prose, translations, short stories, essays, criticisms, plays, sonnets, or satire. Co-editors and an editorial staff are elected from the membership of Sopherim. Helikon is a bi-annual literary publication. H E L I K STAFF ON 79 EDITORIAL STAFF (standing): Maurice Shahady; Charles Doing, Art Editor; Dewey Arnold, Photographer; Bryce Runyon, Ronald Howell, William Grainger, Cartoonist; Al Pons (not in picture). BUSINESS STAFF (kneeling): Ed Marshall, Ezzell Dobson, Richard Wallens, Harold Barrett, Charles Garrison (not in picture). CAP AND ll i, 1941 CHARLES HENRY, Business Manaper PAUL HAWKINS. JR.. Editot in Chief ALLISON McNEILL, Sports Editor 80 Associate Editor Mitchell and Editor Pen-in at the University Press. Purple Editors and Managers: Harold Barrett, Business Manager; Bryce Runyon, Managing Editor; Joe Shaw, Sports Editor; Bland Mitchell, Associate Editor; Bill Perrin, Editor; Charles Shaw, Circulation Manager; Charles Widnev, Associate Editor. The Official Orean of the Students of The University of the South SEWANEE, TENNESSEE, DECEMBER 19, 1946 News Series Number HOLIDAYS BEGIN!! IIT PURPLE STAFF (Front Row): Ovington, Friend, Shahady, Abemathy, Bedell, H. A. Rogers, S. H. Howell. (Back Row): McWhorter, R. C. Gardner, Cumming, Warner, Holloway, Dobson, Enwright, Hughes, Estes. (Members Not in Future): M. E. Morris, R. F. Howell, Flowers, McNeill, Pin- son, G. C. Connor. MEMBERS: In A cade iiiiu Cate " Klynn Chambers Harbison J. C. Marshall Child P. M. Hawkins O ' Donncll Coughlin D. A. Lockhart Pettey Douglas MacGowan Risbeck Flintoff W. C. Morgan Strang In Officio In Facilitate Hodges Reynolds Frierson Govan Grimes RED RIBBON SOCIETY MEMBERS: In A cade m ia Banks Bardin Belford Gambrill Gass, J. McLeod In Mcintosh Naff Pillow Seibels Shaw, W. J. Walker, I. R Officio Westfeldt Williams, P. Wylie Vardell Clark, G Clark, H. Guerry E. In Hodgson Kirby-Smith, Kirby-Smith, Facultate H. R. M. Moody Elliot ' Vaughan Wyatt-Brovvn Gass, H. Lewis 1. Long Martin McCrady Myers, G. B. Who ' s Who Among Students In American Universities And Colleges is the overall distinction for outstanding college students. It is a nationwide honor organization that recognizes service to the school, campus activities, scholar- ship, and all honorary and social organizations to which a student may be- long. This organization creates one national basis of recognition for stu- dents, devoid of politics, initiation fees and dues. It has established a re- ference volume of authoritative information on the great body of America ' s leading college students, and in addition maintains a Student Placement Service through which students are recommended to American employers for responsible positions. s IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES MEMBERS Back Row: Wallace West- feldt, loe Shaw; George Gambrill, John Ball, Irl Walker. Front Roic: Moultrie Mclntish, Paul Hawkins, O ' Neal Bardin, William Nummv. MEMBERS Kelly Seibels, Moultrie Mcintosh, Richard Oving- ton, Paul Hawkins. Alpha Psi Omega, national honorary dramatic fraternity, selects its members from the Purple Masque Dramatic Society each year. This cast, Beta Tau, recognizes a student ' s outstanding ability and work in dramatics at Sewanee. Only ten members may he in school at any one time, and all members must be of the upper three classes. a p a 83 i.i.t i..» : Dob on McLeod. Blackburn, Director McGoldrick. Mcintosh, Bedell, P. M. Hawkins. Th„J ,ow: Mis. C. L. Henry; Lattimore; R. F. Howell. Hughes, Mr. Rhys. H, E. Barrett, Hollowav. W. Carpenter Second rowt J P. Walker, Enwright, Hutcherson, Shahady. Trelease. Rutland. R. B. Mitchell. Mrs. D. B. Collins, J. R. Jones, r- ' i.mr ton: Hicks. Hammond. Cawrhorne, R. C. Myers, Lipscomb, P. S. Walker, Kcllev. L. J. Ellis, Ovington. Without pictures ' : Wolf, Lachman, Seibels, McAneney. Huestis, Fourmy, R. C. Gardner. E. D. Scott. Brouillette; J. G. Brown. Shober. Purple Masque, under the direction of Mr. Walter McGoldrick cf the Public Speaking department, has been completely reorganized this year. The group has drafted a new con- stitution for the society, and regular con- structive meetings are held twice every month. This season the University furnished the organization with sufficient funds to procure new lighting facilities and to revamp the stage, wings, and dressing rooms. In Novem- ber, Harrv Segall ' s Heaven Can Wait was presented to the Mountain, and during the second semester, two three-act plays were pro- duced bv the group. PURPLE NASI DRAMATIC SOCIETY " Mr. Fag! Mr. Fag! your master calls you. " — The Rita! A Purple Masque Creation. The German Club is directly responsible for the University dances and their success. Club membership includes all students who purchase club tickets at the beginning of each year, and the money thereby collected is used to insure the success of the traditional Sewanee dances. Students who are members, realize a sizable reduction on the cost of individual dance-set tickets. The club not only signs-up the orchestras and bands, but has com- plete charge of ticket sales, refreshments, and decorations for each function. II [II CLUB OFFICERS George Hart, Treasurer; Wallace Westfeldt, Presi- dent; Senor Lewis, Facul- ty Adviser; Kelly Seibels, Vice-President; George Wolf, Secretary. MEMBERS Standing : Card well, DTD; C. H. Campbell, KA; Bardin, KA ; Mc- Aneney, KS; G. Evans, ATO; P. Williams, SAE. Kneeling: Chambers, KS ; Childs, PGD; Horsley, SN; Waymouth, SN ; J. Ball, ATO; Gambrill, PDT. Not in picture: Barr, PDT; Barclay, PGD. The Pan-Hellenic Council promotes better feeling among, and binds together the eight national social fraternities on the Mountain. This inter-fraternity council governs, to a great extent, the activities of each house, and establishes rushing rules and policies for each season. Each frat is represented by two members for a term membership of one year. IN- HELLENIC L 85 F9 Py f% Kff] h tjiHi j ■ 1 - I E HH 1 Kv L 5WM BHraH hhb i si B vj ■ - i FRATERniTIES ALPHA H Li 1 i « 0MIG1 TENNESSEE OMEGA CHAPTER OFFICERS John Ball. President; Frazer Banks. Vice- President; Bill Nummy, Treasun Installed: 1872 Founded: V.M.I., 1865 Colors: Old Gold and Sky Blue Reed Bell, Secretary. MEMBERS Mr. Roy B. Dav -■A In Facilitate Edward McCrady Mr. John M. Webb M. H. In A cade mta Abernathy Eells Mcintosh Apperson Evans, G. McNeill Arnold, C Fisher McNutt Ball, E. Foster Morgan, Ball. J. Gray Mullikin Banks Gresley Nummy Bell Hart Pnndle Brumby Hartford Puckette Bryant Jones, E. M. Reynolds Colhoun Kennedy Rhorer Daves Kincannon Roberts, Davis, C. W. Law Rust Davis, T. V. Leach Selcer Doing McConnell Shahady B. B. M. Dr. George M. Baker Smith, L. L. Snell Stokes Sutton, J Trelease Tucker Vardell Vaughan White. G. Widney Wiley Wysong Young, G. 88 I E L T A I « DELIA B ETA THETA CH R Ralph Roscher, President; Harris MEMBERS ; Officio Mr. I. H. Hodges In Facilitate Mr. W. W. Lewis The Rev. G. B. Myers In A cadtmia Adamz Elliott King. T. W Ashby Filkins Lear Atkins Flavin Leatherbury Boult Francis McWhorter Boy kin Gardner R. C. Miller Brown, J. G. Gould Morehouse Burton, P. C. Hamler Murray Canova Haynes Myers. T. 1 Cardwell Hill Ogden Cubbedee Howell, R. F. Pitis, J. S. Curtis Huestis Powell, F. ( Darrach Kellner Price OFFICERS . Vice-President; George Hamler, Treasurer; Lewis Curtis, Secretary. Installed: 1883 Founded: Bethany College, 1858 Colors: Purple, Gold, and White Mr. Walter L. McGoldrick Roberts, A. Roscher. H. P. Roscher, R. M Rutland Seabrook Stuckey Webb Wetherill White, C. A. Whiting Wolf Young, R. 89 I I p PI ALPHA H H H OFFICERS Paul Hawkins, Jr., President; Herbert Lamson, Vice-President; Charles Shaw, Treasurer; O ' Neal Bardin, Secretary. R InslalU d: 1883 MEMBERS Founded: Washington an 1865 d I.ee, In Facultatr Mi . Abbott C. Martin Colors: Crimson and C rold Alexander Dickman In Academia Hawkins, P. Murphy, J. Antony Ellis, D. Huffman Shaw, C. £ l Bardin Fourmv Hunt, C. W. Spangler Bird Fowler Hunt. W. H. Taylor, D. Bishop Friend Lamson Tyler Bogle Garrison Lee, J. Vaught Campbell. H. Gregorie Logan Walker. R Campbell. D. Grinnell McMullan. J. Ward Carpenter Harbison McMurry Warner Charlet 90 " - :, W u ;-. ' , S- I A p p t TENNESSEE OMEGA CHAPTER Alves Blackburn Boyd Carre ro Chambers Crews Dodge Elmore Emerson Flintoff OFFICERS Charles Chambers, President; Don Palmer, ' ice-President; William Elmore, Treasurer; Karl Horton, Secretary. Installed: 1882 Founded: University of Virginia, 1869 ' Colors: Scarlet, Green, and White Powell, E. L. Scott, E. D. Simons Truesdell Vollmer Walker, J. P. Watson, E. Williamson, J. R. Winstead MEMBERS In Officio Mr. H R. Flintoff In Accidentia Gilchrist Karsten Harris, J. D. Lloyd Haynie McAneney Henry, J. H McKinstry Horton Minor Hudson, Morder Hutcherson Palmer Johnson, C. E. Paul Johnson, W. R. Porta 91 SIGMA ALPHA E P S I L N TENNESSEE KJ ? Joe Shaw. Prendenl; Al Naff, I ' i Installed: 1881 Founded: University of Ala- bama, 1856 Colors: Royal Purple and Gold OFFICERS cePresident; Earl Risbeck, Treasurer; Porter Williams, Secretary. MEMBERS In Officio Dr. H. T. Kirby-Smith Dr. R, M . Kirby-Smich Mr. Gordon In Facilitate Clark Mr. Harry E, Clark Dr. Alexander Guerry Mr. Tudor S. Long In Icademia Mr. M. A Moore Akers Grainger Mellon Runyon Blakeslee Grant Moon Rush Boyle Guerry Moore, J. R. Schramm Brooks Haggard Naff Seibels Chenoweth Hammond Ostertag Shaw Cleveland Han ley Peebles, F. D. Smith Collier, J. S. Holloway Perrin Speake Coombs CV MM.4ft Huddlesron Davis, L. B. ' MacGowan Pettey Stoney Phillips, ). M. Stuart Dimon Marshall, J C. Rees Walker, I. R. Doss Mayham Risbeck Watkins Douglas McAlister Roberts. J. K. Williams P. Esslinger McMullen, W. V. Rogers, W. F. York Franklin 92 S I fill I I i w»- v; " v mi •{. ■, B O M RON H R OFFICERS George Langstaff, President; Don Swanscn. ' tee-President; John Dicks, Treasur MEMBERS In Officio Mr. V. R. Beyer Mr. A. B. Chitty Mr. Floyc Nabors In Facilitate Mr. Charles E. Cheston Dr. Beverly T. Moss Dr. John G. Mahan ; Academia Baggenstoss Dicks Jones, J. R. Pinson Barnes Dvorak Kelley Ribe Bennett Ellis, L. J- King, G. M. Rutherman Blake Enwright Kuhnert Sherman Bridges Eustice Lachman Swanson Brown, E. P. Ezechel Langstaff Swenson Bryan, J. E. Fitts Lipscomb Wallace Clark, J. P. Gardner, J. T Long, J. K. Waterhouse Cooke, R. H. Helms McKenzie Watson, W Cowger Helton Morris, M. E. Waymouth Cushman Hicks Ovington Winters Daniel Hors ley- Phinizy Wright, T. Denn Stirling Lipscomb. Secretary. Installed: 1889 Founded: V.M.I., 1868 Colors: White anil Gold 93 P I I ' M I A T H ETA TENNESSEE BETA CHAPTER Ts nm m i i i w M.m Er$ I 1 " OFFICERS David Lockharr, President; Wallace Wesrfeldt, Vice-President; Ezzell Dobson, Treasurer; Blackburn Hughes, Secretary. Installed: 1883 hounded: Miami University, 18+8 Colors: Argent and Azure Mr. Telfair Hodgson Mr. Henry M. Gass MEMBERS In Officio Mr. D. L. Vaughan, Jr. In Facultate The Rev. Early W. Poindexter .hademia Bailey, F. C. Barr Barrett, H. E. Bedell Garden Gate Cherry Clarke, G. Clayton Cocke Collier, B. R. Destiche Dobson Flynn Frith Gambrill Gass, J. Hail Harrison Howell, S. Hughes Jervis Johnson, D. M. Lancaster Lee, D. G. Lewis, E. G. H. Lockhart, D. A. March and Marshall, E. C. McDonald, H. McDonald, R. McGee McKeithen McLeod Mitchell, R. B. Morgan, W. C. Nelson, I. A. Nichols O ' Donnell Parr, L. S. Parr, S. E. Pillow Rawlings Searight Shober Stephenson Stubbs Thweatt Westfeldt Woolwine Wright, D. Wright, L. M. E. 94 l j i P 1 G I D I I T A GAMMA SIGMA CHAPTER OFFICERS Stuart Childs, President; Charles Henry, Treasurer; John Bragg, Secretary. MEMBERS Installed: 191 9 In Facilitate To unded: Washington and Jef- ferson College, 1 8+8 Mr. James Thorogood In Mr. Winfred P. Academia Minter Color: Royal Purple Averett, W. T. Childs Henry, C. L. Pitts, H. E. JrU Barclay Estes Henry, G. G. Rogers, H. A. Amr m Barrett, K. M. Bragg Flowers Garland Hoover Lattimore Saussy Scivally ■pMn ' ' Awk Burton, R, S. Golbach Menz Scott, D. D. Carpenter, V. F. Gott Mitchell, F. N. Sutton, F. W. Am Cawthorne Hawkins. R. V. Orr Walker, P. S. ■ 95 s i am £$ .-4 ' v ' • ,v FIB :■ ■ a H ra ■ • »■«£ • » • H ■■ ' ' •»«.. •£ ' -M [j Sr ' I ■ " « • i i i t — 7 c ATHLETICS TIGERS RETURI1 TO GRIDIROI1 This year marked the return of Sewanee to gridiron warfare under a new set-up of de-emphasized football. In a program designed to give the sport back to the participant the Purple Tigers played a schedule of 7 games with colleges who stressed the same type of football program as Sewanee. Under the tute- lage of W. C. White, ex-Tennessee player, the Purple hung up their first successful season since 1931 by chalking up 4 victories against 3 defeats. The opening game of the season was played on Hardee Field on the 5th of October. The opponent for the curtain raiser was the strong Presbyterian Blue Stocking team from Clinton, S. C. The South Carolina team, who suffered only one defeat throughout the season, downed a hard fighting Purple team by the score of 12-7. The Blue Stocking attack was based on the passing of Hank Caver, their Little All-American back. The next game found the tough Mississippi College Choctaws defeating a visiting Tiger team by the score of 20-6 as the Mississippi school hung up two tallies in the first quarter. After a two week layoff the Tigers journeyed to Conway, Arkansas, where they won their first game of the season by defeating a Hendrix Warrior team 25-0 on a wet field. Returning to the Mountain, the squad met their toughest opponent of the year and lost a heartbreaking game on an intercepted pass to the Maryville College Highlanders. The East Tennessee team scored the ony touchdown of the day on an intercepted pass in the third quarter. This big, tough Maryville team went through the season undefeated and received a New Year ' s Day Bowl bid. The Centre College Praying Colonels, an old rival of the Tigers, came in on November 16 to meet a hot Sewanee Club. Led by their ace tailback, Chuck Flowers, who racked up 4 touchdowns, the Tigers tromped on the Kentuckians by a score of 52-7. The Purple, now at their highest peak, hit the road again and downed a Hampden-Sydney club in Farmvile, Va., by a score of 31-0. Kenyon College from Ohio was the last opponent for the season and on Thanksgiving weekend the Tigers won their 4th game of the sea- son by a narrow score of 13-6. Coach Gordon M. Clark who returned to the Mountain this year to resume his duties as Athletic Director, after a three year stint in the Navy. Captain Willie Jok Shaw, Quurterb ick y . THE SEASON SCHEDULE Co-Captain Jim Pettey, R,gbl Guard Presbyterian .... I? Sewanee 7 Mississippi College 20 6 Sewanee .... 2S Hendrix College . . o Maryville College . . 7 Sewanee .... S2 Centre 6 Sewanee V Hampden Sydney Col. o H Kenyon College . . . 6 98 FOOTBALL SQUAD The Scwanec Football Squad for 1946. The Tigers were strong from tackle to tackle; here are a few of the reasons. 99 Right: W. C. " Bill " White head coach. Coach White, a graduate of Tennessee, came to Sewanee this season after 15 years of high school coaching and 2 years as head mentor at Howard College. A veteran of both wars, Coach White was a member of the University of Tennessee ' s coaching staff last season. Left: Coach Dave Drake, the Sewanee Line Coach and a pupil of Coach White at Howard. He joined the Tiger staff this season after returning from the armed forces. Coach Drake also serves as head basketball and track coach. c A C H i S Jim Gregg, Sewanee ' s man of publicity, is shown here at the left giving the dope on the Tigers to a Nashville newspaper man and Coach White; " Gabby " , who has been a figure in Sewanee ' s sports since 1938, left the school after the close of the season for a position on a New York newspaper. Ken Prindle, Taiklc I. R. Walker, Left End PRIMO WlLEY, Lefl Tackle s £ n i o r m i m b £ r s The above pictured men, along with Captain Joe Shaw, were the senior men of the 1946 team. Shaw from Birmingham returned to the campus this season to earn his 2nd letter in varsity foot- hall. Willie Joe, who served as Captain in the Marine Air Force during the war, was blocking back and signal caller for this year ' s squad. Prindle from New Orleans, a former Naval officer, was a reserve tackle this year, playing right behind big Primo Wiley, who earned his 3rd letter at Sewanee. " Primo " , a former Army Air Force Captain, was named on Presbyterian ' s All-Opponent team. Wiley hails from Atlanta. " Doonie " Walker another Birmingham boy fol- lowed in the footsteps of his brother, a Sewanee great, in playing a bang-up game at end for this year ' s team. " Red " Leach from Gadsden, Ala- bama was the starting wingback in 1946 for the Purple. Leach, a veteran, of 7 years Naval service was an important cog in the Tiger machine and also served as Captain of the basketball team. The Staff of the CAP GOWN takes this opportunity to wish these boys the best of luck in the years to come. Willie Sims, at left, has just completed his 38th year as ttainet for the Sewanee football team. " Six " , as he is known to all Sewanee men. prides himself in the fact that he has never seen a touchdown scored against the Tigers, as he turns his head every time an opponent scores. For his long and loyal service to Sewanee, Willie Sims deserves the gratitude of Sewanee men evetywhere. The Tigers first touchdown. Leach ' s lateral to Watlcins pays off with 6 points against Presbyterian. PRESBVTERIfln 12 — SEWAI1EE 7 The Tigers opened their 1946 season at home against the Blue Stockings from Presbyterian. The South Carolina team, led by Hank " Red " Cavet, their Little All-American, defeated the local boys bv a score of Chuck Flowers Tail Back 12-7 in a very hard fought game. It was the 2nd period before the visitors were able to make an ap- preciative gain on the Tigers. After three unsuccessful attempts on the part of South Carolina, they finally went over in the 2nd quarter with Caver ' s passing and a Sewanee fumble providing the opportunity. The score was made by Willis, Red Blue fullback. The Red Blue notched another tally in the 3rd quarter on a drive featured by a Caver-to-Norton pass good for 45 yards. Trailing 12-0 the Purple Tigers came fighting hack and were finally able to score their first touchdown of the season late in the final period. Lloyd Franklin, subbing for Flowers, passed from the visitor ' s 35 yard line to Red Leach on the 25 yard line. Leach was stopped on the 18 yard line, but thinking quickly, he lateraled to Warner Watkins and the Tiger left end went the rest of the distance for the score. Leach converted and the game was soon over, the vi sitors winning 12-7. The game was featured throughout by the defensive work of the Sewanee line and the terrific punting of Flowers. The Purple tail back was able to keep the visitors back in their own territory through his quick kicking. 102 Reed Bell Full Back and Captain-elect for the 1947 season. Elktov Pins, Ri ht End seujflniE drops sccono OF SEflSOn TO miSSISSIPPI COLLEGE The second game of the season found the Tigers journeying to Clinton, Mississippi to absorb a 20-6 lacing at the hands of the Mississippi College Choc- taws. The Mississippians, employing a baffling double wing back formation, swept to three touchdowns in the first period to take a lead that the Purple could never approach after they had setttled down to a good game of football. It was early in the game that Howard, a 155 lb. wingback, swept the Tiger ' s end and moved 42 yards for the first score. Five plays later, the Tigers once more baffled by the intricacy of the Choc ' s formation, allowed the Mississippian ' s wingback. Gore, to break loose and run 55 yards for another score. Just before the end of the first period, Mississippi notched its final tally of the game on a fake reverse of Webb that was good for 57 yards and a touchdown. With the score 20-0 against them the Tigers came back in the second half with a drive that covered 90 yards and ended in their only score of the game. Thi drive was climaxed by a 4+ yards dart through left tackle hv Chuck Flowers. On the second of November the Tigers followed by a small band of faithful rooters journeyed to Conway, Arkansas, to engage the Hendrix College Warriors on a wet field under pouring skies. The Purple Tigers found the Arkansas boys no match and were able to take a 25-0 victory with ease from the Orange and Black. Failing to score in the first quarter, the Purple could not get rolling till early in the second period when Reed Bell grabbed a Hendrix pass and raced 37 yards for the score. A few minutes later Chuck Flowers hit Elkton Pitts in the end zone from the 23 yard line to make pay dirt again and put the Tigers in the lead by a 13-0 count. TIGERS TAKE FIRS HERDRIX Sewanee was held the rest of the half but came back in the 3rd period when Flowers hit off right tackle and slashed through for 37 yards and the 3rd score of the game. Pitts, Tiger stellar end, blocked a Hendix punt in the fourth quarter on the Orange and Black 31 yard line to set up a 4th Sewanee score. Little Bob Scivally ' s pass was taken by Red Leach on the 12 yard line, and the big wingback carried it over for the final score. Hendrix now pulled its only threat of the game by driving deep into Sewanee territory but the game ended with the ball on the Purple 10 yard line as the Warrior ' s failed to drive through our reserve line. T UICTORV FROm in RRin Hitit! SEWANEE ' S RIGHT Elk Pitts and " Bad " Bascom (30) move in to stop Enloe (17) in Maryville Game. mflRVUILLE 7 — SEUjnnEE The Sewanee football team returned to the Mountain after their first victory and quickly readied themselves to meet one of the most powerful little teams in America. Their foes at Hardee Field on November 9th, were the undefeated Maryville Highlanders, who after defeating Sewanee 7-0 went on to close an undefeated season and receive a minor bowl bid. For the first time in six games this year the Mary- ville machine was stopped cold by a smashing Purple line backed up by the faultless quick kicking of Chuck Flowers. It took a desperate interception of a Sewanee pass midway in the third quarter to enable the Orange to remain undefeated. After the Tigers had tailed to drive over the goal from the five yard line, the Mary- ville club kicked out to the 36 yard line. Flowers, the star of the game throughout faded back on the next play and passed only to see the hopes of the Tiger ' s upset victory dashed when Charlie Pepper grabbed his pass and streaked 70 yards to score the only touchdown of the game. For all but these short seconds, the game was Sewanee ' s throughout. Three times the Tigers started a sustained drive that carried deep into the visitor ' s territory only to bog down and fail to score. Bob Snell, Tackle John Guerrv, Quarter Biick SEWREUe TRflmPLES CCI1TRE 52-7 Led by Chuck Flowers who notched 4 touchdowns, the Sewanee Tigers returned to their winning ways on November the 9th at Hardee Field, by defeating the Praying Colonels of Centre 52-7. This marked Sewanee ' s first victory over the Kentuckians since 1897. The scoring parade started midway in the first period when Reed Bell plunged over from the one yard line to climax a 75 yard drive. Later in this quarter Leach went 46 yards on a reverse to place the Tigers in the lead by a 13 to o score. After a fumble on the kickoff, Flowers opened the second quarter with a drive through center for the 3rd Purple t.d. Three plays later after another Centre fumble, Flowers circled left end from the 20 for his second score of the game. The Tigers got one more before the half was over when Flowers made his 3rd straight touchdown with an end sweep from the twenty. At half time the score was Sewanee 32 — Centre o. Early in the 2nd half, after Capt. Joe Shaw had intercepted a Centre pass, Fiowers drove over again from the 4 yard line to put the Tigers ahead 38-0. Centre scored now for their only offensive action of the Capt. Joe Shaw holds the ball awaiting Primo Wiley ' s kick. Enloe, Maryville star back, is stopped by the Purple line. game. A 35 yard pass McBrayer-to-Brummitt gave the visitors their only score of the afternoon. Reed Bell opened the 4th period by intercepting a Centre heave and returning it to the Kentuckians ' 4 yard line. Later the little fullback jammed the hall over from the two to give the Tigers a lead of 45-7. The final tally of the game came when Dnonie Walker recovered a wild Centre lateral in the end zone. Thus Sewanee hung up one of its most over-powering victories against a club that has long been considered a bitter rival. Red Leach did all the point-after-touch- down kicking for the Purple. Homer Smii.es, Right Guard Dave Cleveland, Center Roy Bascom, Left Guard SEiunnEE wallops HflmPDEn-svoncv Sewanee rammed over three touchdowns iti the opening period at Farmville, Virginia on the 23rd of November and then coasted to a 31 to o victory over the Hampden-Sydney team. This game gave the Tigers an even won-loss record for the season to date. Reed Bell opened the game with an interception of a Virginia pass on the third play of the game. This interception gave the Purple the Ball on the 35 yard line and seven plays later Flowers rammed the ball over from the 4 for the first tally of the game. Im- mediately after the kickoff, Sewanee recovered a Hampden-Sydney bobble on the latter ' s 21-yard line and three plays later Bell went over from the 7 for the second score. Again the Virginia boys fumbled and the Tigers took over on the Hampden-Sydney 38 yard line. Flowers swept around end from the 7 for this score and the Tigers were out in front by three touch- downs. John Guerry intercepted a lateral late in the 1st half and raced 63 yards to chalk up another score for the visitors and give the boys of the Mountain a 25-0 lead. Midway in the 4th period Bell bucked over from the 2 to climax a 63 yard march. The Sewanee Secondary waiting to stop Vail, Kenyon back, who has just grabbed a pass. TIGERS DROP KEIWOI1 13-6 In the final game of the season an underdog Kenyon team from Gambreir, Ohio came to Hardee Field and gave the Purple a bad scare before the home team emerged with a 13-6 victory. This win gave Sewanee its first victorious season since 1931. The first half resolved itself into a scoreless deadlock. Neither team could manage to break through the other ' s tight defense. Early in the third quarter the Tigers got their first big break of the game when Homer Smiles recovered a Kenyon fumble on the Lord ' s 20 yard line. From this position Chuck Flowers hit right tackle and cut back to move 21 yards for the first score of the game. After Leach ' s failure to convert, the Tigers lead 6-0. The visitors came driving back and on a sustained march featured by a quick opening-t-formation they moved 88 yards to tie up the game 6-6. At the start of the 4th quarter Bob Snell, Sewanee tackle recovered a Kenyon fumble on the visitors 29 yard line and set up the winning touchdown for Sewanee. On the next play Dud Colhoun hit Leach with a good pass and gained a first down on the Kenyon 15 yard line. Colhoun and Bell on two plays at the line picked up another first down on the 4-yard line and Flowers came in to carry over the winning touchdown. Co McGee, Guard John Guerry (21) goes up for a pass against Kenyon. 107 Neil Speake, End Sam Esslincer, Full Buik Ed Gould, Tackle Sewanee ' s Line Lloyd Franklin, Tail Back Lynn Morehouse, End L I n E Dud Colhoun, Tail Back ,; ' I: V 1 ) .»► ■ - 3 I 3 Ik ttM - m ■ ■ •■■■ . • ft . " 1 - " y Mfe ■lie Jlpnnn if ' i tip - • w Hniii I!!! ?Si0 s no SCHEDULE RESULTS Sewanee, playing a tough schedule, had a rather mediocre season on the hardwood this year. Giving a height and reserve advantage to every opponent, the Tigers usually dropped behind in the 2nd half after playing a bang-up game in the opening stanza. The highlight games of Roscher goes after a high one. the season were the 2nd Vandy game and the 2nd Mercer game. In the Vandy game the Purple lost out in the 2nd half after trailing by only one point at the mid-way post. In the Mercer game the Purple staved off a late rally to win by one point over the Georgia boys. SCHEDULE AND RESULTS Sewanee Sewanee Sewanee Sewanee Sewanee Sewanee Sewanee Sewanee Sewanee 29 3i 37 32 3i 50 3i 45 43 Smyrna Air Base Mid. Tenn. State Vanderbilt . . . Smyrna Air Base Howard College Southwestern Vanderbilt . . Mercer . . . Arkansas State 28 Sewanee 32 Sewanee 64 Sewanee iS Sewanee 48 Sewanee 47 Sewanee 5i Sewanee 61 Sewanee 49 Sewanee David Lipscomb Tennessee Tech Mercer . . . David Lipscomb Howard College Mid Tenn. State Tennessee Tech Southwestern Arkansas State fir 59 43 53 45 111 inTRRimiRflL councn The Intramural Athletic Council. Pictured on front row: Dale Water- house, SN; C. E. McWhorter, DTD; John Bragg, PGD; Back Row: Feming Blackburn, KS; W. G. Vardell, ATO: Backburn Hughes, PDT; James McMullan, KA. Not Pictured are: Jim Pettey, SAE; Tony Diffenbaugh, Theolog; and Dick Wallens, Outlaw. " S " CLUB The Sewanee " S " Club composed of members of all varsity sports who receive letters is pictured on the steps of Walsh Hall. 112 Action on Sewanee Tennis Courts. MTRflmURflLSRTSEUJAnEE Under the direction of Athletic Director Gordon M. Clark, Sewanee engages in an ex- tensive intramural program designed to give Athletic participation to those men not able to go out for Varsity sports. At the present time there are 5 major intra- mural sports in which 8 fraternities; the " out- law " group, composed of " stray Greeks " and non-fraternity men; and a team from the School of Theology enter representatives. Victory in these sports give each participating group points on the Intramural Trophy. The government of this intramural activity is vest- ed in the Intramural Council composed of re- presentatives of each group and headed by the Athletic Director. This year the Phi Delta Thetas took an early lead in the race toward the trophy by winning the touch football race and the volleyball com- petition. The SAE ' s won 20 points by taking first place in the team Cross Country Race. This race held between halfs of the Centre football game was won by Johnny Long, a Sigma Nu. When this book went to press the basketball tournament was in process of com- pletion. At the time of the start of the basketball season the standings on the race for the Intra- mural cup were: PDT, 80; SAE, 50; KA, 35; ATO, 10; SN, 10. After the close of the basketball season, an intramural track tournament will be held; fol- lowed by the softball season. In minor sports each fraternity will put up candidates in tennis, golf, badminton, handball, squash, and an in- tramural swimming meet. 113 The Intramural Football Champs for 1946. — Pictured are the members of the Phi Delta Theta football team. Front Ron ' : — Shober, Clark, Gass, Cherry, Carden. Back Row: — Lee, Destiche, Frith, O ' Donnell, Cate, H. McDonald, Hughes. PHIS HUM MTRflmURflL FOOTBALL Crushing their nearest rivals, the SAEs by an humiliating score of 35-0, the Phis took the 1946 Intramural Cup with ap- parent ease. The Sig Alphs came into the game with a record of two ties while the Phi record was unblemished, but a vic- tory for the SAEs would have meant a new tie in the race and would have meant a new game. The ATOs and the KAs had played the Sig Alphs to a scoreless tie. A good close game was expected, but the Phi offense clicking behind the smooth passing of Jim Cate soon proved the masters of the day. Cate passed to Pete O ' Donnell early in the game for the first score and followed this later with a long one to Wally Westfeldt for another score. Another Cate to O ' Donnell short pass picked up the third tally, and an intercep- tion by Johnny Gass resulted in the 4th tally of the game. The final tally came on a Jim Carden to Bob Destiche heave that v as good for about 25 yards. Destiche ' s five attempts at conversion were good and t.ie Phis won easily 35-0. It was a different story on the 22nd of November when a visiting Birmingham- Sou rhern squad defeated the Phis handily by a 14-0 score. On their first series of downs the visitors raced 75 yards for the score and were never headed after that. 114 P H I - S A E G A m E Pete O ' Donnell, Phi back, takes a pass in the end zone as the Phi ' s defeat the SAE ' s in the final game of the season.. The start of the Annual Cross Country Race. CROSS COUilTRV RACE The Sewanee Golf Links. Action in the SMA Swimming Pool which is shared by the University Students. LonG wins CROSS COUnTRV BUT SRE ' S CAP- TURE TEfflin CUP Johnny Long, a Sigma Nu won the annual cross country race on November 16th between halfs of the Centre game. The SAE ' s took the team trophy and thus won 20 points to- ward the Intramural Cup. An annual feature of intramural sports, the cross country this year was no less an exciting event because of the unavailability of the usual cakes awarded to winners. Long, who took an early lead and managed to stave off a closing sprint by Ken McGowan, led a pack of close to 100 men around the traditional course. McGowan of SAE was second, Ed Ball ATO, 3rd and Johnny Marshall and Scootie Dimcn, both SAE ' s, rounded out the first five. PHIS CAPTURE UOLLEYBALL CHARIPIOnSHIP Despite a late season loss to the Sigma Nu ' s the Phis picked up another 40 points toward the Intramural Cup by winning the Volleyball race. The loss to the SN outfit came after the Phis had already cinched the championship by defeating all other opponents. Second place was taken by the KAs and third by the SAEs. The Faculty outfit led by Professor G. A. Bruton took 4th place. 116 SEUUAMi ' S 3PRH1G SPORTS It was necessary for this issue of the CAP AND GOWN to be completed before the beginning of any spring athletic participation at Sewanee. It is therefore necessary to give an insight into what was planned for sports in the Spring of 1947. Sewanee had 3 major sports during this time, track, gclf, and tennis. The track team under the direction of Coach Dave Drake had several meets lined up; among the outstanding ones were a three-college-meet at Memphis and the annual meeting of the Tennessee Collegiate Athletic Association at Cookeville. Tennis and golf matches with several nearby outstanding teams are planned. The golf team, coached by Professor C. E. Cheston planned to enter the Southern Intercollegiat; Tourna- ment at Athens. The tennis team was under the direction of Professor G. S. Bruton. All matches were arranged by Athletic Director G. M. Clark. The leaders in the Cross Country. 117 FEATURES WILLING WORKERS LEGEND EXISTING BUILDINGS ON CAMPUS SHOWN THUS EXISTING BUILDINGS OFF CAMPUS SHOWN THUS FUTURE BUILDINGS SHOWN THUS OLMSTEO BR.OTMECS LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS 8R.OOKLINE. MAJS. 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And we, as well as every student on the Mountain, express our appre- with THE CAP AND GOWN .... many thanks. With this coopera- tion plus the untiring work and effort of a few, the 1947 edition is a reality, and in retrospect we are pleased that the Sewanee students elected to reactivate the CAP AND GOWN. And we, as well as every student on the Mountain, express our appre- ciation to the University for its sizeable contribution toward the publication of this record for ' 46 — ' 47. The staff, too, wishes to thank Mr. James Thorogood, Head of the University Publications Board, for his guidance and advice. And, in closing, we want to mention the courtesy, patience, advice, and fine quality of workmanship displayed by the Benson Printing Company. — The Staff . . . (Stiif Ulhn, rljilurnt nit th Mountain (Ikarp auo poiurr dUiy (Urutb. to ktumi; GDnru Ijprr a lining fountain, Ulrrnrr (Sliu, nraiap shall porr flnw . . -srutoaraphs arap STuloaraph 9 rap UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH 1100747826


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