Vanderbilt University - Commodore Yearbook (Nashville, TN)

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' 'illqie hunk iz uffereh as an zxpprenizriiun nf the past gear at Qianherhili glanifxerziig- gilt is an ariiempi in pntirag the aaumalqine zmh the slqzrhnfrm uf nur rullege Iifeg arch if ii nan gihe gnu an ihezr nr at rememhrzmee nf ilqe 5-pirii fnlqinlq fue hafie lmufnn su Snell, the ehiimfz fnill feel fnell repaih fur their Izrhurs. u l TOWHITEFOORD R. COLE Alumnus, Secretary ofthe Board of'-lqrust, Member of the Governing Board of the Medical Department, and one of the truest friends Vanderbilt University has ever hadfwe respectfully dedicate this, time sex7enti'1 volume of The Commodore Mhitrfnnrh EK. Glnlv Hanhrrhili E.A.,'H4 43 1 .9 1 F5 x V, . ,A 1 Page ten Page eleven ff W .aim 1 .9 I 5 .Xt jan. Feb. Feb. Apr Apr. 22- Z. 5 f 'inf 1 1 ,Z 1914 Sept.14-Monday-Second Entrance Exam- inations for the Session 1914-1915 Sept.16-Wednesday-The First Term be- gins. Oct. 6-Tuesday-The Session begins in the Dental Department. 1-Monday-Second Term begins. 22--Monday -- Washington's Birthday. I- 9 A-holiday. Oratorical Contest be- tween representatives of the Dialec- tic and Philosophic Societies. Thursday-Spring Recess to Satur- day, April 3, inclusive. Friday-Contest for Young Medal at 8 P.M. Friday-Intermediate Exams. begin. Apr. May June June june June 16 Z7 Z 1915 Nov.26-Thursday-Thanksgiving, Holiday. Nov. 27- Friday-A holiday. Dec. 4-Friday-The Dialectic-Philosophie Debate, 8 P.M. N Dec. 24-Thursday-Christmas vacation to Sunday, January 3, inclusive -Friday-Freshman Debate at 8 P.M. -Thursday-Founder's Day. Con- test for Founder-'s Medal at 8 P.M. -Wednesday-Commencement Exer- cises of the Dental Department. June 14-Monday-Alumni Day. Business June 15 3-Thursday-Final Examinations be- June 15 gin. Sunday-Commencement Sermon. June 16 13 1 4-Monday-Annual Meeting of the Board of Trust at 9 A.M. Meeting at 4 P.M. Public Exercises in the evening. -Tuesday-Class Day. Class Exer- cises and Promenade in evening. -Tuesday-Annual Meeting of the Phi Beta Kappa Society. -Wednesday-Commencement Day. Graduating Exercises and Com- mencement Address at 10 A.M. .H-K. ,fm -fx fm.-,X fP.pg,x?fzv,+ 'ff afM.I1h.,4"f faN J ' I l SJ I 5 IN MEMORIAM IN LOVING MEMORY OF DR. WILLIAM LOFLAND DUDLEY, SO LONG OUR FRIEND AND OUR ADVISOR AND TO WHOM VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY OWES A LARGE PART OF HER PROMINENCE TODAY THESE PAGES ARE DEDICATED Page twelve Page ihirleen QQ EQQ EQFE DR. WILLIAM LOFLAND DUDLEY Died September 8, 1914 I 9 1 5 f FW T' , fgff' ,ff Vw I-. S I 1-w: Ax 3-f ,A , fm- im. P '11,..,a'v'3m3'57 JI, VH!! in 53124 6 .Ei ' ' - Q I 9 1 5 GGWVRH TQRS LITERARY JAS. G. STAHLMAN ROBT. G. FIELDS RANDOLPH DADE W. O. SELL W. A. MCDONNELL ENGLISH CLARK ALEC B. STEVENSON MEADE FRIERSON W. Y. ELLIOTT JAS. C. STEPHENS ROBT. L. C-ARNER E. C. BARWICK MISS EVELYN NORTON MISS I-IENRIETTA SPERRY ARTISTS DEAN B. ELLIS MISS FRANCES STREET MISS NADINE OVERALL W. R. MANLOVE W. O. SELL MISS ELLEEN RANSOM RANDOLPH DADE MISS ELSA MCGILL R. G. FIELDS PHOTOGRAPHERS ASHBY M. PATTERSON M. M. CAMPBELL RANDOLPH DADE MISS CORINNE RICH MISS ELSA MCGILI. ROBT. G. FIELDS WILBUR S. YOUNG jAS. G. STAHLMAN Page fourleen Page fflcen l Y tj' 1 S3 1 5 A Night in Summer Softly croons the night wind, Thinking, love, of youg Far stars paint their jewels For thee in the dew. Farther still my heart is yearning, Yearning, love, for you. Fire-llys drifting thee-ward Lead my heart awayg Stirring in the tree-tops, The moclcer tries his lay, While tenderly I follow him And sing the corning day. And dream the while of you, love, And think that we have gone Through shadows of the starlight To roam the night alone. But ah, my dreams it is, love, That roam the night alone. 2 1 so 1 5 X flu ', -1 :J Oh. 4' Y- C' 'W -p. xg. ff. Q ur A v ng- , W . -a ff-f: ' ff' M' Q g 4? 'x"f-""yg"Qi 'ibn . I Iv ... 13" N' 62.4 'vii . .qu 954' 'ie 'Y',, , 'Tm Page sixteen l D l 5 Guide to West Campus Page seventeen INTRODUCTION gf ITUATED as it is, on 5 the city's western bor- 'P?"i? der, the West Campus offers to tourists attrac- tions equalled nowhere else in the world. The scenery is beauty itself. The air is healthy, though indolent, especially in winter. On clear days one can see over ninety-three million miles-all the Way to the sun. At night, the scene is made beautiful by countless electric lights, which go off and on, and give an aes- thetic lire-flyfeffect. Picturesque costumes are worn by the peas- ants-bath robes, palm beach suits and green caps. There are many and 'enthusiastic games of skill, such as crap shooting, crack-loo, and beating down the book storey and of chance, as football, tennis, and cutting classes. An orderly recitation of the events of an ideal tour over this campus will now be set down, that the weary traveler may consult it when inspecting this garden spot of the world. THE FIRST SCENES. Enter the portals of the Uni- versity at Twenty-third Avenue, and get on the walk as soon as possible, or McE.Wen's Laundry wagon will run over you. Cn your right, that magnificent brick structure-no, not your left, your right-is the gymnasium, commonly called Jim. In it are kept many relics of the Dark Ages, such as water-tight shower- baths, co-ed rats, and Guy Den- ton. ' Keeping your eyes to the right, in the background you see the homes of the working men, West Side Row. There are six houses, each containing eight rooms. 6X8:54. Three of the rooms are inhabited. Let us proceed. Still on your right, back in some trees, you see a building that is occupied by Foxy Grand- pa McGill, the greatest musician on the campus-on a pianola. The noise you hear is the music. KISSAM I-IALL. Keeping straight on ahead, you pass Kissam Hall on your right and College Hall on your left. Look to the right. That little concrete do-funny is the saloon. Make a side trip and get a drink. You will note two brass plugs in the baseg step on one,-if it's ' 1 xgammiwf JS1 jg 7i is J H S 1 .fm 1 5 C9 VV Rfk .I . -kbk al, 'K-, if'-., ff' ' -14.4 ' --jf -if - STABLE FOR fmmmmm CAPALLEY5 PONY DaC.31'EvENe.QN5 yi QAWEJIIJ ANU HOME .-gf,6l.- .. 4 B597 YOUNG x ,h xy AD ASTRA '- 7 NCME OF 5fZ'Z'ff,'.'f."''I.'I1'.'L'l Z'.'.'Q 1' 11'.'.'.','.11 "" J "'1 ALLENGEE ' 'V ' ' 5 THESLVMSQ -2 I f-43 :E MARK c esopee fi EE wansmpvmo Josnjxh . , n . J CODY-4-3-ff o P02 :, : Q ,YI egg J E:-. A Izx UVB NME Q ASPEDAM E! .... ...,. : . J I2 ' , X Hub 1: ------- 1: 5- , FU gi. x -:N 5,1 23 1 'I :: , I- . : H X -' K E: 53 lg V! fi VANDYS iiroa :I , Ill. xx 'fqbx 5ALOOkJf E, GYM ' X' K'j.1? fiiiaiaaiabf'-25:5 '-P- L -- - ' ,.1:11"" ,f ,. C ff' ' 1 11" ,' I '- '. I 1 ' I Cl-J A ,.211"" ' ' 2 5 f , O 'EQ f N If frfmr -'ff N Q LITTLEXYXM5 ,- N f ,f BUY-5 HALL if ., O1-CHANCE wEND!Nc, .' r J' 5' GIVUUIVD IJHOMEVX-.N--h k-M Q it O H15 HQMEVVAQD f I I K ff I I BVIWYIXYG 1-maga- X I MM WW ii: MINS. I. ,, 2' C :ij FAC-foggy "' ' -, ' ' 1 3 DEN or .u.r.HAn-r 'ff ..., I hipl 3 :J 1 1 f : MAYFffl pl U , SFATUE oil THE- ONE Mug g3.,,. orr AND 41,,,f9mmGDE'QEq fa WAQD- 5 S510 P N "-Uf?-1 " A--ffflfflfji-jj, --4... Bflpfgfyy' " I V .- " "'4"" .- "" h X 'z 2 - - Amer Umrffngfs , I, E :Al NEPHARMDN HLYLLJ. V E LEE 7bLLEY MAD 'OP I fr MAKING- A THE WEST CAIYIDUSJ CAP' Q'-L'-'Y JZZZQPQQG A 7-ff 1 HUNE QW VANDT vAn5mTEE3 Ag NASHVI LLE-QTENN. . X E f- Qjg-ag ,yt-L3-ply ..- ,-ff N: P' 'l ONE ET -2 I2. lNCHE5"X AND 5 Wim, O I5 THAT Ame ffvo usa? O 1 x-r BROWN O E 2 Ll- ouousr FIELD , G IE Page eighicen Page nineteen it ff ' 1 -9 1 5 the wrong one, youill soon find out. If the right plug has been stepped on, you will hear a slight gargling sound and in a short time, aqua pura will spurt out of the little hole in the apex. Put your mouth over the spurt and spray your throat out with the cityis bleaching powder solution. Kissam Hall is the dormitory. It has been eulogized in song and story-the home of Democracy. Besides Democracy, the follow- ing also inhabit it: Robert, Pat, John C., the Captain of the Red Head Club, Shylock, roaches, ants, and the Vanderbilt Press- ing Club. It is very sanitary, being soaked in carbolic acid once a week. ln the basement is the dining room. If it is near 12:30, or 6 P.X., you may en- ter. Follow the crowd. Enter- ing from the South end, pass twenty empty tables. Don't mis- take full ,tables for empty ones. The full tables have light gray napery upon them. Take off your hat. Put it in your pocket, or sit on it. Eat, if you are still hungry. When you have all you want, pay the head waiter 25C and go to the fountain and wash the taste out of your mouth. Then you might enter the Un- ion Room, at the South of the dining room, and smoke a cigar. The Vanderbilt Union is a member of the American Fede- ration of Non-Laborers. The room is headquarters. Sit down, play the piano, or read the funny papers, such as the Hustler, the Observer, and the Chilclrerfs Vis- itor. You will not likely be dis- turbed. If any one comes in, ask him if he's paid his dues, and he will leave. If you want to take a magazine away, help yourself. Now get back to the street, and continue in a southerly di- rection. On your right, the little hicky with the whirligig top is the Observatory. You cannot enter, as the key has been lost since l889. You are now at the p0- sition marked A on the map. WEsLEY HALL To your left and on ahead, you can make out Wesley Hall. Enter the door at B. Borrow some matches before you enter, as it is dark inside. Make your way down the hall and ask some one where the pool room is- leave by the front door, and don't hurry down the steps, for you might fall and break your neck. Now stop at C and ad- mire the beauty of the architec- ture. Wesley Hall was erected in l880, the gift of Mr. W. H. Vanderbilt. It is inhabited by young men from all parts of the world, especially Tennessee and China. , From the point C, proceed rapidly to D, admiring as you go the shady trees. There are 4,265 trees on the campus, no two exactly alike. They are in- habited by 2,426,954 birds. There used to be 8,4l9,l32, but Cap. Alley, an old Confed- ss. I' ...f , f, QF 'QQLJ 1--Ay., sg., ., Fr ,,, g . q ' ,J ri sa' so 9 1 fb 1 5 x xg erate soldier, and also some story- teller, has shot 5,992,l77 and one died a natural death by be- ing hypnotized by G. R. May- field in the Spring of l9l3. On your right you see Engi- neering Hall and the power plant. Four architects went crazy designing it, and it was built before people discovered how they went. Shorty Brown, who gets up Home Comings ev- ery Thanksgiving, holds forth here-also Mr. Benson, who files locks at Kissam. Now proceed up in front of Furman Hall, the grey stone building directly before you. This building cost 580,000 The most peculiar thing about it is the roof-it leaks. The weird odors are the results of chemical experiments which abound in pro- fusion on the inside. Do not be surprised if you see a head or an arm come bursting through a glass window-it is the Fresh- men making Hydrogen. On the top floor is one McNeilly. He C I ' 'Haw' ' N A " Q' I' I' F 1' r rr v ,r7,T,f7iVr'r rr Il.: I J. I' I' I' I' i I E r, ,af .E E T .:. mfWWmm ll:U J Vlv cause Hall a+ -2 xx . 2 2 Y 4 A S, knows seven jokes. You ought to hear them-once. COLLEGE I-IALL Passing Furman Hall, at E. turn to your right. Before you you see a large, high, square, red brick clock tower. At the bot- tom is College Hall. As you pass down the corridor you will see on your left the Alumni Room. Charlie Cason will ac- cept your alumni dues, if you de- sire to pay. At the cross corri- dor turn to your right and go up stairs. The double doors open into chapel. Note the pictures on the walls. They represent men and women who made Van- dy what she is to-day. Now if you're satisfied, go down and down and down until, you are once more beside-the drinking fountain. Stop a moment, and drink hot water H to the health of ' I Z." Proceed on down the hall. As you pass the Bursar's office, put on speed, and exit rapidly. You are now at F on the map. Turn to your right and pro- ceed to the statue of the original Commodore. From here, go due East till you hit a cinder path, and follow it till you reach a fenced enclosure, the athletic field. Page twenty in We 2 f 5 -9 1 5 If there is no event going on, fglfxx From hence proceed to H, you may enter free of charge. fl 'K turn to your left, and get a car Otherwise it will cost you from a 'b X for town. dollar Uptlffostly UP- The I Notice to Visitors: No hunt- muddy Plfiee 15 the held- The X ing or fishing allowed on the green things are seats. People , campus, Be kind to the birds, ' sit in them and look at the held. and they will be kind to you. ' il . One Ume they SGW 21 fellow -t .afar Post cards of Tootsie Steele named Tolley, who was really a on sale at the book store, North bear-cat, though disguised as a end of Kissam Hall. tiger, Tun from one end fe the If you feel sorry for the stu- Othef- The next dey It famed- dents, leave your old clothes with On the field in Spring-time Fresh- -, the Y. M. C. A. Secretary, men put on summer underwear South Wing, Kissam Hall. and run rolfnd and found and X.. nl-J" " "" ,M Hillsboro cars pass every three FOUHCL two UIT1eS- Then they 80 W The FDOUH-,palm of RTW 'h' aw hoursg but the schedule is not ln, all tagged out. tw 'M W W' 'l M guaranteed. . K N N in, ..., I Q fe"" S ..-- .. ,. V. , " .s" t..s1 .- fi E z"l'?f12ll 6 t'.- ' i"i:'w:f 'ffl' r ., Q' Y w" 1" ..-fel! X " 5,94 "Xi2:If.'y'V A. 35- .iff-Q 1? :-- ft fer-Wi: '-3 '9 ff f' .,-. A ,Vg fi' .,,. "diff E ' ' " j Page twenty-one QQZMMQQ Q 1 I 9 1 5 Y' 1 'Q f 'wil jf 'TQ A' 'Z ff f f if, 0 if fy ffwfw X X f,6'0,,g,f,W A, digg? Qfbff-, If 45" ,W f f Wexmx X NN W0 YW 17 1 f aw , .Q 4 Page twenty-two 1, 5- 'w -4 -1- -.1 I H. ivvlgz I I- --w r . 1.-, ., f f '-.,.,,,,r'5' 1 'wana 45 Jil 'm.44.:f: f "'1B.,..,:i' liz LL' J 1 -D 1 5 AT 'THEM .VIRG IN fA, Page iweniy-three ,, r sq La, ,gf 59 5 ta, rr n 4 isa 53 I 5 R Vanderbilt's Greater Medical Department BQ-V5 OT to enter into any tiresome historic details regarding an institution that has stood the test of time and progres- V! ull? W! sive science, it is timely, in View of recent events, to consider Vanderbiltis Medica-l Department at it stands Pg' to-day. Situated in the center of a beautiful campus that covers an area of sixteen acres, stands the mag- jjh nificent stone structure, a veritable monument of great things there are, and are to be, swathed in the somber N gray of dignity and bearing in her every feature the lineaments of medical science. Like wisdom, she calls to the sons of men, H Hear, for I will speak of excellent things, Counsel is mineg and sound wisdom, I am understandingg I have strengthf' This department has as instructors a large number of full-time men, that devote their entire attention to teaching, and several scores of Nashville's most prominent physicians and surgeons that take part in the curriculum of lectures and clinics. The City Hospital, which is located only a few .blocks away, affords great opportunity for the stu- dents to attend clinics and bedside work there, that permission being granted them. The Vanderbilt Hospital accommo- dates sixty patients, and also has free dispensary, likewise City Hospital. The number of patients that call for treatment are in the thousands, the students deriving the benefit of all. The Galloway Memorial Hospital, an uncompleted building, situated on the campus with the medical building, when completed will have accommodations for 500, not to mention the enormous number that will attend as out patients. This institution will be under the supervision of Vanderbilt Medical Department, and in that way prove of inestimable value to the attending students, as they will have access to the clinics held there. Mr. Carnegie has recently donated 6l5l,0O0,000 to Vanderbilt Medical Department, S800,000 to be used as an endowment and s200,000 for the immediate construction of a modern laboratory building, also to be erected on the campus. This building, which will soon be under construction, will have the most modern equipment, this being purely a laboratory building, chemical, anatomical, histological, pathological, physiological, and bacteriological. With these most modern appliances, most able in structure, Mr. Carnegie's million, with the honor of ranking A -,L-, second to none, higher entrance requirements, illimitable field, plenty of ambition, plenty of material, the department will surmount every obstacle and tal-ce its stand on the highest pinnacle of medical and surgical accomplishment. Page twenty four Page twenty-five 1 9 1 5 gf , ff 'N 1 Rfif . f f f GALLOWAY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL c P 3 1 .fu 1 5 Evefyffesh fflafl CA one act morality play, Dramalis persormae Everysophomore-Who makes Everyfreshmans life miserable. Everyfreshman. Math-Who teaches Everyfreshman to graft. Time-Which Everyfreshman tries to lcill. Exam-Who lurks in the background. Chance-To whom Everyfreshman trusts. PROLOGUE Everyfreshman in his quest for learning We see towards Vanderbilt his footsteps turningg There beset on every hancl by foes, Let us watch the progress of his woes. N SCENE I.-MATH CLASS Maifi O, Everyfreshman, my magician's lore Will teach you grafting ere the year is o'er So waste no time in playing and in clance. Exam will come. You cannot trust to Chance. Everyfresliman 0 friend of Bucket, grafter of the dime, l'll serve you not, l'll fence awhile with Time Some other day I'll learn of you, maybe, But now I hate you to Infinity. fExit Everyfreshmanj SCENE II.-CAMPUS Everysopliomore Most verdant creature I have ever seen, Who hither came some knowledge for to glean, Leave all your stuclies-you should have a carey Hence to the Jewstore-all trouble banish there. Everyfreshman I clo not mean my duties for to shirlt. Some other clay I'll settle clown to work: But now this upperclassman bicls me go- In a cup of clope I'll drown my Mathful woe. Page twenty-six Page imeniy-seven SCENE Ill.-JEWSTORE Everysopfzomore See Time, yon graybeard figure with his scythe He comes to spoil our pleasure gay and blithe. Listen, Freshman-wisdom you shall hear- If you kill Time, you will destroy all fear. Everyfreshman But, Everysophomore, Time is gray and oldg I should respect him, I have oft been told. But you are wise and craftier than I, I'll kill him not-but I will make him Hy. fFences with Time and mortally wounds himj Time O, Everyfreshman, with this fleeting breath I warn you from the very gates of Death. s v Q tei fi f 1 SD l 5 Beware the fateful lure of a tomorrow, Work today-or you will surely sorrow. fE.xam, who has been lurking in the background, looms up before him, and Everyfreshman frantically longs for Time which he has killed. He struggles with-Exam, but is over- powered and is carried a victim to Chancej SCENE IV.-OFFICE OF CHANCE Evefyfreshman-aside fTriclced by Everysophomore, of Time bereft, Naught but a fighting Chance to me is left., O Chance, have pity on my hapless fate, Unfair Exam has brought me to this state. Chance Trust not to Chance to save you at this hour, E A Time would to you have been a friendly power. But you have killed Time, and have slighted Math, Go, "Luck "-less Freshman, haunted by Nrny wrath. The play is done and here now is the cue, ln the author's names to bid you fond adieu: To Everyfreshman be ye merciful and fair- Freshmen will be freshmen everywhere. -H. S. and E. N. f--x K'-A 'fam x J y,Qir!1'Ek-2:3 W. 1- if R Ag- ' -W 'F .1 is Q X., V 'vf' K f , ng Qtmffif ,gf "' ss? xt drag!.v.is A' is N . ff I .' 3 I 5 El Toreador y el Con OPERA IN UN ATTO Senorila Carmen vcrmicelli Garibaldi il perseroso Fatima. Escamillo, spaghetti goolash semper Jidelis, ciribirilnin la alonna e mobile' CARMEN Ave maria, pazazzas macaroni, Giovanni Sioussat. ESCAMILLO Vito Pelliterari, non sequitur dry Martini? CARMEN Chianti, e coca-cola creatore meow abbaticio, viva Osuna sassaparillo stiletto! Spiritus frumenti tabasco Leonardo da . . I , Vinci finale. ESCAMILLO Toro, toro, toro. CARMEN fOlJl7ligaio picoloj Ah, la paloma Zapatista, andante zuzu bon ami! Terra Firma chili con carne Caruso piggi wiggi, soy beans vendetta. ESCAMILLO Bella donna! Ah, mi! CARMEN Dominecker fricasse, Spinoza peone Marconi, pianola rotunda spondulix! Verbena delirium tremens! , ESCAMILLO Tempo sciatica meow, spaghetti en casserole Donizetti. ,I Woxx . CORO Booshwa, booshwa, turna it out-to graze! FINE DELL OPERA The Toreador and the Bull AN OPERA IN ONE ACT Miss Carmen, going home from the cigarette mill, caught the Toreador on the boulevard smoking a Home Run, the product of a rival joint. Escamillo, who had been slinging the bull in the arena for his regular afternoon constitutional, dicln't care to have his three-minutes-in-Lynchburg broken into, and gave Miss Carmen the signal for full speed ahead. U Look at you, Torrief' sings out the Senorita as she slows up on the curve. 'S Which had you rather do, take me to a movie? H H Oh, hellf' remarks the erstwhile hero. H Can't a man stop for a cubeb in this burg without some powder-head Hagging him? " H Seems not, old grouchy sweetness! I-low are the little bulls this P.X.? I'll just bet you a Favorite you've been mistreating them againfl 6' Oh, not to speak of! U H You big old bashful Torrie! I've heard about how you take 'em by the nose and all. Oh, how I would love to see you in the arena in your stunning new bandero! H " You like it, 'Cita? H H I adore it! It reminds me of hot tamales-and serenades-and that night we were out on the bench in the moonlight at Pastiais Inn. What makes you look at me that way? H U Oh-nothing. Come along to the John Bunny. live made a killing at seven-up, and got plenty of dinerof' Crowd of peanut-hawkers in the background come for- ward as chorus and sing the Toreador song, while the bull continues on down the street. R. G. F. Page iwenly eifilil D I 3 I -5 M . . . A,A i 5 X X RW' o o X J up I K X21 X I X X 1,0 Q....,..Jl.. , , W R if of of f 1 8 1 '-5 P g th rty van, . 6 f . 4421511 ..,.,. ,.., fd, CLASS ES yviififff-f I 2" pr Mx! fer FNJ Q G- 'S' l as N A , R 1 155, -au. ,RQIWR -fe. .r-,.,, Q., Y, ww. '-A Senior Class -Academic and Engineering OFFICERS ROBT. G. FIELDS ..... . President F. BERNARD EVERS . . . Vice-President GORDON L. BURKE . . . . . . . Seereiary-Treasurer TI-los. H. ELIOTT, JR. . . . Commodore Representative CORINNE A.R1c1-1 . . . Historian SENIOR CLASS-ACADEMIC AND ENGINEERING ACKLEN, KATHERINE PARKE, B.S., A A A . . Nashville, Tenn C0-ea Basketball, '13-'14, '14-'15. ADAMS, FRED, JR., B.S., K E . . Lebanon, Tenn ATKINS, Joi-IN DE WITT CLINTON, BA., K A ........ Paris, Tenn President Owl Club: Commodore Club, Vice-President Commodore Club: Honor Committee, '12-'13, Assistant Manager Baseball, '14: Manager Base- ball, '15g Pan-Hellenic Council, '15, Vice-President Pan-Hellenic Council: 'Varsity Trabk Team, '14: Class Track Team, '13, Captain Track Team, '15, Commodore Board, '14-'15. BARWICK, E.. C., B.S., K 2 ............. Grenada, Miss Owl Club, Vice-President Owl Club: Commodore Club: Glee Club, '13, '14, '15g Secretary Class, '13-'14, John Marshall Law Club, '14-'15, Commodore Board, Business Manager Commodore, '14-'15, BELK, SAMUEL I-I., B.S., K A, E T . . Gainesville, Ga Calumet Club. BROOK!-IS, JULIA ELIZABETH, B.S., K A 9 . . Nashville, Tenn SENIOR CLASS-ACADEMIC AND ENGINEERING BURKE, GORDON LEE, BA. ..... ..... . Sunglciang, China Secretary and Treasurer Senior Class, Treasurer Vandy Union, Reserve Football, '13-'14, Reserve Basketball, '13, '14, Postmaster Kissam Hall, '14-'15, 'Varsity Football squad, '14-'15. CHESTER, MARTIN S., B.E., B 9 H . . .... . . . . Nashville, Tenn. Reserve! Eleven, '11, 'Varsity Eleven, '12, '13, '14, Class Track, '12, '13, 'Varsity Track, '12, '13, '14, Reserve Baseball Team, '12, Owl Club, Com- modore Club: Captain 'Varsity Track Team, '14. CLEMENT, BEN E., B.S. . COLE, LEO L., BA., ..... . . . Secretary Students' Association, '14-'15, Student Treasurer Phi B CONINE, B. B., BA. . CUMMINGS, WALLACE, B.E., 2 X ........ . . Secretary and Treasurer Engineering Association, '11-'12. Humboldt, Tenn Macon, Miss eta Kappa. . Batesville, Arla. Springfield, Tenn. SENIOR CLASS-ACADEMIC AND ENGINEERING ELLIOTT, THOMAS I-I., JR., B.S., A T 0 .......... Edgoten, Ky. Owl Club, '13-'14, Commodore Club, Commodore Representative Senior Class. EVANS, HENRYCLAY, JR., B.A. . . Milford, Texas EVERETT, CURTIS TI-IoIvIAs, B.A. . . Sebree, Ky. EvERs, FRANK BERNARD, B.E., A T A .......... Nashville, Tenn. Owl Club, Commodore Club, Captain Baseball Team, '15: 'Varsity Nine, '13, '14, '15, Freshman Nine, '12, Freshman Five, '11-'12, Sophomore Five, '12-'13, Vice-President Senior Class, Commodore Board, '14-'15, Chairman Invitation Committee, '14-'15, Secretary and Treasurer Engineering Asso- ciation, '12-'13, Vice-President, '14-'15, FIELDS, ROBERT G., B.S., 2 X, E T . . , . . . .... Nashville, Tenn. President Senior Class, Commodore Representative Junior Class, Fresh- man Debater, Class Track Team, '12, Managing Editor of Observer, '12-'13, Editor-in-Chief, '13-'14, Secretary Dialectic Society, '12, Commodore Club, Owl Club, '13-'14, Secretary-Treasurer Owl Club, Calumet Club, Treasurer Calumet Club, '13, Secretary, '14, President, '15, Commodore Board, '14-'15, Editor-in-Chief ot Commodore, '14-'15, Spectator Club, Committee on B. U. Election, '14, Pan-Hellenic Council. '15. FLowERs, J. M., B.S., E X .... Dothan, Ala. Gym. Team, '11-'12, '12-'13, SENIOR CLASS-ACADEMIC AND ENGINEERING FRANKLAND, HELEN L.ouisE . . . . . . . . . . . . Nashville, Tenn. Co-ed. Basketball Team, '13-'14, '14-'15, Scrub Co-ed. Basketball, '12-'13, President Girls' Club, '14-'15, FRIERSON, MEADE, JR., B.S., A K E . Nashville, Tenn. Dramatic Club, '12-'13, '13-'14, Hustler Staff, '12-'13, '13-'1-lg Spectator Club, Observer Staff, '14-'15, I-IUFFMAN, CHESTER C., B.S ...... 'Varsity Football Squad, '11, '12, '13, '14. LAMKIN, E. T., B.S., E A E . Owl Club: Commodore Club, LATIMER, ROBERT BROWN, BA., 2 ' 'Varsity Baseball, '13, '14, Freshman Baseball, '12. LIPSCOMB, OLIVE WATKINS, B.A. Manager Dramatic Club, '14-'15. Secretary and Treasurer Class, McKenzie, Tenn. . . Monroe, La. '12-'13. . Utica, Miss. . Nashville, Tenn. SENIOR CLASSfACADEMIC AND ENGINEERING MARSHALL, C. R., B.A., B 9 II . .......... Nashville, Term Dramatic Club, '11-'12, '12-'13, '13-'14, '14-'15g Commodore Representative, '12-'13, Class Historian, '13-'14, President Dramatic Club, '14-'15. MARTIN, WILLIAM THOMPSON, B.E., E X . i. Natchez, Miss OVERALL, NADINE WEBB, B.A., A A A . Murfreesboro, Tenn OWEN, I-IOMLR ENDON, BA., dv K E .......... Lakeland, Fla Secretary Dialectic Literary Society, 131 Honor Committee Senior Class. Pl-IILLIPP, Louis SAMUEL, B.S. ............ Nashville, Tenn 'Varsity Yootball Squad, '15, Senior Class Invitation Committee, President German Club, '14-'15. PHILLIPS, MARY ELIZABETH, B.S. . . . . Nashville, Tenn Secretary-Treasurer Girls' Club, '14-'15, , SENIOR CLASS-ACADEMIC AND ENGINEERING PORTER, GERTRUDE RAMSEY, B.S., K A 9 . RAGSDALE, CLIFTON ALEXANDER, B.A., A T O, 411 B K . . . Winner of Entrance Prize in Medal. Latin and Greek, Winner of Fres REYNOLDS, RICHARD SAMUEL, B.E. . RICI-I, CQRINNE A., B.S., A A A . Historian Senior Class. RICHARDSON, MANIIE . SELL, WILLIAM OSBORNE, B.E.,. . . . . . . . . . Clinton, Ky . Santa Fe, Tenn. hman Math. . Franklin, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Arcadia, La Charleston, W. Va Hustler Staff, '13-'14, '14-'15, Track Squad, '13, Director Vandy Union, '14-'15, Athletic Editor Vanderbilt Quarterly, '14-'15, Treasurer Engineering Association, '14-'15, Vice-President, '13-'14, SENIOR CLASS-ACADEMIC AND ENGINEERING SHOFNER, NATHAN1E1. S., B.A., B 0 II ....... Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. Owl Club: Vluc-I'1'usl1,lvnl ol' Ulu:-us, 'lil-'lflg llvmmxllfz Uluh, 'lil-'14, '14-'l5. SMITH, FRANK CHESLEY, B.S., A K ld ....... . Hickman. Ky. Gleo Uluh, '12-'13, 'lil-'14, 'll-'15, l'0llllWlllllIJl'l! Ululz. STEP1-laws, JAMES C., B.S., A K IG, E T .....,... Nashville, Tenn. Scuretzxry t,'mnnmmlm'u Bonrml, 'l.-I-'lhg ll,llSlll'l' Htnl'l', '12-'.l1l1 Cupluln I"l'crxlm- mxm Nlnc, '13, Class Flvv, 'lily Spf-c-lntm' Ululrz Vim-1--lwuslmlunl :xml Suvrv- l:u'y Spevlulom' l"luh, "ll-'lD: Owl Ululv, 'Ill-"I-lp Glu-0 tfluh, '.I-I-'15, l'uluma-l. Club: Scmwetnry Cululxxui Ulub, 'lflg 'I'l'vzmurvr, 'Ing Ulm'-I-vol' SHUT, 'lil-'1-lg Mzmrlglng Idslllm' ObSm'vv1', 'Ill-'1l1. STEWART, JAMES Ronczns, B.E. . Nashville, Tenn. TATE, JAMES A., B.A,, PI A IG . Shelbyville, Tenn. Owl Club. VARNELL, CHESTER C., B.S., Z1 A l'I ........ Challanooga, Tenn. Glen Club, '12-'13, 'JR-'1-I, '1-I-'15, SL-rub l'3zmkulbull, '13, '1'l1 1"rm-rxlnnmn Baseball, '12, uumimxv"".'u-' , A- v T, T I lglhmi..j1,,'?'l'1l,"'1J.i-3'T ' A1-111 ' flu.,-if - Q A. A. , f?L71:l149.51fxlf3Ff-llbf1.'W'f :" E41,A',a',f I " ' - -1-.5 -:L Jm.a,2,31Q'K-..:,Z.g:A,2 Ma,-:g','l,,-, J, Q V-.,,,y.+f'fg- J,-ii. Q. T, u"Q,.,.. -,H .L,W..-milk.iW',',gt . 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'-.Ir . ,nf-.I-. I 'Q i:Elxf,Z:.',?2 3:l,qg,s?-ki: fi' ,Lafikfizfgfigiigf-,v,54 .+ I fi-1-:fi 1 " I' '... . --,, c . ji. . Fiflf.-,,.'z:,' -J 53:5 r- W' .. 131 . 3' w'?.1F ?SH3?+2w'ffiz 2- ' ' ' 'vii' 'L - 'LL.5.-. f-T .. ' "exif . -244-2'.I . II - 'Q' ,wJ'R"il5'ihiH ifiwehw- SENIOR CLASS-ACADEMIC AND ENGINEERING WAKEFIELD, RAVENNA, B.A., K A . . Cornersville, WARFIELD, FRANCIS, B.E., B 9 II . . Nashville, WILSON, CHARLES ROBERT, B.S., A T O . . Arlington, WINTON, GEORGE P., B.S., fb A 9, E T ......... Nashville, Owl Club: Class Historian, '12-'13g Commodore Club, Calumet Club: Treas- urer Commodore Club: Secretary and Treasurer Pan-Hellenic Council, '14- '153 Observer Staff, '14-'15. WITT, CARTER HARRISON, B.S., K Z . . Lynnville, WOODSON, JACOB TYREE, BA., in B K . Gallatin, Student Secretary Phi Beta Kappa. Tenn. Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn SENIOR CLASS-ACADEMIC AND ENGINEERING YOUNG, R. A., B.A., K 2 ....... , ...... Memphis, Owl Club, Sergeant-at-Arms Owl Club: Class President, '13-'14g Class Nine, '12g West Side Board, '13-'14g Treasurer Students' Bible Class: Assistant Business Manager Hustler, '13-'14g Assistant Manager Track Team, '13-'14g Commodore Club: Manager Track Team, '14-'15p Business Manager Hust- ler, '14-'15. Youwc, WILBUR SHELBY, B.S., A T O .' ........ Amory Freshman Debaterg Class Nine, '12: Secretary and Vice-President Philo- sophic Literary Society, '12: Honor Committee, '13-'1-ig President Philo- soprhic Literary Society, '13-'14: Debating Council, '13-'14, '14-'15g Chief Marshal for Philosophic, Dialectic, and John Marshall Law Club, '13-'14g West Side Association, '14-'15g Vice-President Vanderbilt Union, '14-'15p Chairman Honor Committee, '14-'15g Pan-Hellenic Council, '14-'15g Chair- , man Finance Committee of Commodore Board, '14-'15g Assistant Cheer Leader, '14-'15, 'Varsity Baseball, '13-'14g President Y. M. C. A., '14-'15g Acting Secretary of Y. M. C. A., '14-'15, Committee on B. U. Election, '13-'14, Tenn , Miss Page forty-five y Wrilitf ffl if l .9 1 5 The Engineer ln overalls, or in khaki brown, Or in light gray suit, if he works in town Is the Engineer,-a constructor bold Who builds the things men dreamed of old, Where now is a desert men cross in haste,- Hot, dry Winds, and a sandy waste,- ln a year or so are water, and grain, And trees, and farms, on a fertile plain. By W. O. S. Long arms of iron, and eyes that gleam, Muscles of hemp, and hloocl of steam- A mighty machine to think and feel With fire, and water, and brass, and steel l think there's a Master Engineer, Working away, year after year, Making worlds from pieces of clod- The Chief Designer-we call I-lim God. And when I have finished this little job, And have laid away my level and bob, I'll go to that Master Engineer And work by I-lis side, year after year. X 1 so 1 5 .. glint!! ji- :W llI': - I'4i ' lil I,E Page forly-six Page foriy-seven o M HQ 1 9 1 5 unior Class OFFICERS J. G. STAHLMAN .... . President ROBERT M. DAVIDSON . . . Vice-Presidenl DAN ROBISON . , . Secretary and Treasurer L. H. WEAKS . . Commodore Represcnialive .,,fhf.,,.J'7.lfR'ft5'Ll:!lQ..:.sme.,f7i L .... I 9 1 5 JUNIOR CLASS-ACADEMIC AND ENGINEERING ADAMS, HENRY A., Jn., B.E., dv K E . Meriwether, 5. C- BS. Clemson College. ADAMS, HOWELL E., B.E., flv A 9 ...... .................. . Nashville, Tenn. Draniatic Club, '13-'14, '14-'15g Assistant Manager, '14-'15, Owl Clubg Assistant Manager Baseball, '14-'15. ALLEN, PAUL Honeizs, B.S., fl: K E . . . Tupelo. Miss- Oxvl Club, President Owl Club. ATKINSON. RICHARD M., E-.S .... . Nashville, Tenn- Ulziss Football, '13-'14, '14-'15. ARTERBURY, ROY L., B.A ........................... Ft. Worth, Texas Freshinan Debater, '12-'13, YVinner of Moore Prize for Debating, Vice-President of Dialectic Literary Society, '13-'14, Critic ami Presiilent of Dialectie Literary Society, '14-'15, Chairman of Junior Bible Study Class, Treasurer of Vanderbilt Stu- dents' Bible Class, Member XVest Side Board of Directors, Member of Debating Council, 'Varsity Cheer Leader, Thanksgiv- ing DI.-bater. BAILEY, PRESTON P., B.E., K E . . . Nashville, Tenn. Commodore Board, '12-'l3. 4 BRAWNER, JESSE j., B.S., B.E ........... . McKenzie, Tenn. Dramatic Club, '11-'12, Assistant Chemical Laboratory. CI-IEsTI-LR, SAMUEL I-IALL, JR., B.S., B 9 H .... . . Nashville, Tenn. Reserve Football, '13-'14, 'Varsity Squad, '14-'15, CLARK, V., BS. ..., . Nashville, Tenn. COOK, C. B., BS. . . Santa Fe, Tenn. COOLIDGE, C. E., B.A., T K A ........... . . ....... ....... F t. Worth, Texas Vice-President Dialectic Literary Society, '12-'13: President, '13-'14: Freshman Debaterg Kentucky Debaterg Scrub Football, '14-'15g Secretary Debating Councilg Treasurer of Dialectic, '14-'15. COWEN, E.. G., BS. ................. . McEwen, Tenn. Director Commodore Band, '14-'15. DAVIDSON, R. M., B.E.., K 22 ............................. Gadsden, Ala. 'Varsity Five, '12-'13, '13-'14, '14-'15, 'Varsity Nine, '12-'13, '13-'1-15 Captain 'Varsity Five, '14-'153 Manager Basketball Team, '1-I-'15, Vice-President Junior Class, Owl Club. ELLIS, DEAN B., BS., A T S2 . ........ . Jonesboro, Ark. Dramatic Club, '12-'13, '14-'15. Pa gc forly-eight tw., -4 .W sa..-Q 4?-.Mr ,, - A yt. fi .,. .-fiig si P+ t' Q . 1 . 1 Q9 JUNIOR CLASS-ACADEMIC AND ENGINEERING 1 5 GARNER, ROBT. L., B.S., B 9 H ............................ Greenville, Miss. Track Team. '12-'13, '13-'14g Hustler Staff, '13-'14, Athletic Editor, '14-'15, West Sitle Board, '14-'15g Owl Club: Chairman Literary Committee Commodore! Assistant Manager Basketball, '14-'15, Spectator Club, '13-'14, HAMMOCK, S . . , ............. . .... . ' . Shellman, Ga. HAYES, MARTIN, B.E., B 9 II .... . Nashville, Tenn. Owl Club: Vice-President Owl Club. I-IUGHES, SHELLY G., B.E., 111 K KI' . . . , ..,..............,.. . Nashville, Tenn. President Sophomore Class, Owl Clubg Treasurer Owl Club: Commodore Board, Director Vanderbilt Union. l-IOOVER, W. J., BLA., A K E . . . ...... . .... ........ B elllmuclile, Tenn. KILVINGTON, LYLE G., B.S. ............ . Nashville, Tenn. Freshman Math. Medal: Instructor Chemical Laboratory. KYLE, ALBERT S., JR., B.S., A K E , . Batesville, Miss. Dramatic Club, '14-'15, L1PscoMB, PERRY D., B.S., E N . . Nashville, Tenn. Locxwoon, I-IENRY, JR., B.S., K E . . Rockdale, Texas LOGGINS, Eh, B,S, Somerville, Tenn. LOWE, R. E., B.E. ............... . Eagleville, Tenn. 'Varsity Football, '13-'14, Honor Committee Junior Class. MCCLURE, CRUTCHER, B.S., 111 A 9 ..... . Nashville, Tenn. Entrance Prize in Mathematics and History. MCGILL, ALLEN L., B.S., A K E ........................... Nashville, Tenn. Spectator Club: Assistant Manager Track Team, '14-'15, Vice-President Students' Association, Secretary and Treasurer of Vanderbilt Tennis, '11, Championship in Tennis Singles, '13-'14, YVinner Fall Tennis Tournament in Doubles, '1-I. MCWHORTER, FRANK P., B.S. Q ........... .... . ........... N ashville, Tenn. MEEEORD, J. A., B.S. ......... . Thompson Siafifm, Term- 'Varsity Basketball Squad, '13-'14, '14-'15, MILAM, D. F., B.A., E N . . . . . Jacksonville, Fla- Page forty-nine 'Il .,,......1fliwl.f as -29 I 11' D 1 -,Tj JUNIOR CLASS-ACADEMIC AND ENGINEERING lVlll.l.ER, C. T., l3.S. . . Nashville, MOORE, D. C., B.S., K E . . Oakland Owl 4'lul:. MORRISON, KENT V., B.S., li G TI ................. -. . . . McKenzie, Illlllfll' Crmm1lLLm:r:, 'IU-'11, Frvullxrill Squzul, '10-'IIl., 'Il-'12, '14-'15, Jizlsvllflll, '10-'11, '11-'Zl2. NEELY, I-l., B.S., 21 N . . Columbia, Norm-xcUT'r, I-I. B., B.S., 23 X ........................... Manchesler, l'lulluNupl1i4: lllll-rairy Hocluly: Vlvu-l"rm4lr'lz-111 Owl Club: Rrrsv-l'vv lfmmllwzxll 'l'uum, '12-'lily 'Vzwslly Football, '14-'15: Assistant lllumuzvr Ulnsn-x'vu1', 'lil-'1-lp Lluslnvss lX'I.:L1mg1:1' Olwsc-Vw-r, '14-'15, 'lim-lc Hf4uzu'l, '14-'J5. NORTON, Miss Evl-1l..YN, B.S., K A 9 . ...... ......... . . . . Nashville, Vu-ml llllblliftlllilll Tunni, 'lil-'14, 'llfl-'153 lDl'2LlYlZll.lC Club, '14-'15, tium11'1mflo1'u :l30El.l'Kl, 'J-I-'15. OFFENIIOUSER, G. F., B.S., 27 A E . . . Texarkana, Hwl fllulmg Glue Clulx, 'Jfl-'J5. ORR, E... l3,A., K 22 .... . Lewisburg, OVERAl.L, N. D., B.E., flf K E . . lVlurfr6esboro, OVERALL, Rom: M., BA., E X ............ . . . ......... .... N ashville, I"r'r-Hlmizm Dulmlm-1', '12-'illlg 'l'l'l'i'lSlIl'Ul' l-'lillusoplilrjn Tlllcrnry Society, '13-'lflg 1I,'1'0slr'lm'1t, "l.fl-'15, Selmfealll-al-A1'1ns, 'lfl-'15, Inter- snuls-ly t,lmloi'lc:nl C!m1l,v-sl, 'lil-'Hg Jhll,C!l'llfLlC Vzuirly-Alriliamzx 1'Jc-bale, '13-'14, ll'llZIl'llCSfg'lVlIlg Delmtc-. PRATT, D. W., BS., fl' K NI' . . . .......... . . .... . . Nashville, RANSOM. Miss E1.L1:N1a, A A A . . Nashville, ROBINSON, D. M., B.S., A fl' S2 . ....... ........ ............ F r anklin, Owl Ululxg Scrub QlPmrl.lmll, 'I2-'13, 'Vzlrslly Squzxrl, 'lil-'llflg F1'Uslu11:1n 'Duliulcsg I'l'csidonl. Dlalecllc Lll0L'a.1'y Society, 'lfl-'15, Rocklin. l-l. G., B.S. . . . .... Franklin, SCIPLE, C. E., B.S., K A ................ . Allan: X'lr'i:-1'1'm-ulmlc-all lfmslmiuu Class, Glue Club, '13-'1'l, '1-I-'15, Owl Ululzv. Tenn. , Miss. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Texas Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. a, Ga. Page fifty lliallflmii L59 I 0 1 fn - JUNIOR CLASS-ACADEMIC AND ENGINEERING Sawsiuc., DONALD M., B.A. ...,........... . Prcsldcllt TJl:Llucl.lc 1l'.llv1':5u'y Sucivly, 'lil-'ililg r!uuiu'nmlol'u Umul, 'lfl-'Lll3. SEWARD, D. C., B.S .......... . . . SNEED, Miss MAIIIAM, B.S., A A A . . Sriznrw, Miss I-IENRIETTA, B.S., K A O ................... fD1'1Lm:1Llc: Club, '12-'lilg Ilizu-ilcctlmll, '12-'13, 'lfl-"Ili, Olmcrvui' Sl:1,l'l', '14-'15, Ilusllur Sln,l'l', 'Jil-'15, STA!-ILMAN, j. G., BA., E X, E T . . . . ................... . . . II:'r4.:sIc'lo11L .Tuulur Class: Vim--1P1'c'sl1'lu1iL Solnliuiiwm Class, Sui:1'ul:l1'y mul 'IY1'1-uuurr-1' l+'rLeHll1nnn Ciluwslg 'lluz-ilzlfu' HIul'l', l lll lll ll lu' ll x Dickson, Tenn. Franklin, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn Nashville, Tenn. '12-'ICH Atblcllu ilslcllloi' I-lQuSll,Im', 'lll-'ilflg Asfmcvlzxlc Ilhlllum' 'lluulloig 'III-'l5: Owl Club: t-Zpvr-lulni' Club: Arlululuu. M: :.:' "uul.I+ulI flftbfllll, '14, l,J1':1n1ul.lx: Club, '12, '13, '14, A:-if-:lslnnl Publllrlly lVluruu,g'uu' lII'!lIll1l.llll 1'lub, '12-'ililp lfubllully lvl:m:u.l:cu', 'lil-'lflg Hma- reliwy mul ilfi'u:1su11'ol' 1?lillur-mplxlc II'illr:r:L1'y Soululy, '12-',l.1l, Crlllu, 'itil-"lil: IJ0lJll.l'lllgf Uuuuvll, 'lil-'lllig l'luHs ',l'1-:Lx-lc, 'lil-'lllg 'Vziwfllly 'Ill'lIL5lC, "IB-',lll, 'Illl-'lflq 'lllroielor Vm.umlui'bIlL Unluug flflllllhlll, Club. STEADWELL, j. N., JR., B.S., A K E .... . . ....... Nashville, Tenn. Owl Club. STETSON, I-I., B.S., A K Ill ............... Nashville, Tenn. Class lfuolbnll, 'Jil-'1-lp 'liTl'1'l.I'l'lIll.ll1 Club, 'Jil-'Zl'l, 'lil-'llig Ulm: Club, 'IfI"lG. STIZVENSON. A. B., B.A., Z1 X ................ . .......... Nashville, Tenn fflnss ilfrzuzlc, '13-'ilflp 'V:u'sll,y Squufl, 'Jil-'14, Vlillusuplilc 'l,Itnu':11'y 2-iuvll-ly, Spam-Iulfu' Club, lfulumul 4'lubp A:-luriululru l-lllllru' Ol1Sl1:1'vc1', '13-'lflg Edltoi'-iii-Clilcrll, 'lfl-'15, Suivuvuzns, LEMUEL C1-nzsi-ian, B.S. . ............. . ............ Willow, Okla T"l'crslu'ua1'1 Del.iutc'ri', Sn:1'1.z'er1.1iL-nl-Arms, Sf'Cll'0l1Ll'y und 'lIl'l!1.l.!-llll'0I', :lull l.'l'I'HlfllJ1ll. Illuliwllr: lillul'flI'N SU41l"l3': In-b:Lll1u1.' f'uuuc'lI, UTTERBACK, J. M., B.S. ...................... . ' . Clinton, Ky WALLER, L. B., B.S., 21 X . . Morganncld, Ky 1YiCSC'l'Vf! fBzL:4el.Jzx.ll, 'IIE-'2lfI. WEAKS, I... H., B.S., A K E ............................ D Fullon, Ky Illusn-i'vI: fllusmlwall 'l'c:1u1, '12-'13, 'ilfl-'14, C!:,m1'u'mrlu1'u lim-1vv'1-melilzillxfle Suplimnum Ulu:-is, 'V:u'Hll.y 'llum-Iru.ll Hfluzul, 'lil-"l mr14'lm'o II'ke1u'uso11lallv4: Juuloi' Class, Owl Club. WILSON, R. E., BA., A T S2 . . . . . . 'IQ f'1uu- Ciunlown, Miss Springbclcl, Tenn WooDARD,F.C.,B.A.,ZDXJIFKA. . .. ..... . . . .. ...... ..... lui-llrlmll I'1'vHlrl1-ul lllurub Eluvi-n, '12-'lZl1 C'u1iLz1lu 'Il'r'f-slinmli 'liu:-ilcrellxull 'lTL:zung 1'l'1Ilmm1ililu Till:-1'u,1'y Suululyp ffrlllug Vll-we-"H 3 LI il Ili Ir llllllli l'4llIllK'll' 'llinicwve Ilflznsvlmll, 'illl-"ill, Auslsluul lVl.min.y.1'm' Olr:ler'vr:1'g H1iuvl.:1lm' Club, 'l,IuHl'lm' SluI'I'1 Wul-ll Slllu lim. ' g - s , -VVIIIIIQI' Vu.uf'lcu'bllt-Alabumam Dulmmg Tlizuikuglvlug Iljulxulfeg 'Vu1':-slly Qlizu-ilculbml, '14-'15, Woobsou, Ti-los. M., B.S ......... . . . . . . . . . . Page ffly-one Bcllipagc, Tenn x X 5 I 11 D I 165 Page fifty-zw Page ffiy-three - gi'Qxes, I ..e-- - 1 - . .. . T ' ligigaa ::::- -: -.:1...... 'VI 1 9 1 5 I -' -' A . -:- ..s--.--M .,.... ' , lglhfggii . ., Je- Lnlllrilnfdzia' 4: -'Meal U 1 ekgkvvke.. ' 1ill" "'!"'. jmazizen- 1'-'...., z 1:55 I?2ef2!5:' '2'5s!1 W . - - we-SSS., -. I FI sIzI:'5'4'. FA , .gi LI... L , .Mg .L-5.-4 -.I,I.M :,..2 A, .,, .- 1 As .- -Q 1:51 'II -. K Ig, I: ., .jp r f A 'f'i?il. il flvlfm-'K . 5 if Q' sea . A ,l A If -- L bi:-1'5" " ' ' ' "El 'lv . !5!:Q,1,. 17 'frbu T, 'fesiswaf II! Q' H' L ' f-1-1 -- M ' 'V -55? IHA "wee L . Q ln I pea Azj-ii 0 - K , ' WE", f E I-ISIEE: Hifi' x7"'3s?qQi iw' I5 fi, S NW-L I?I .1qe:,,-A .- , ,I-, asf: -. 3 -, I -'1 ,ff I ssgszsa --me gg Ja-. Ia: J , gf -, 55,-EP -:' I Q" gr, sift , ,ff ' - QIIIQEEQ ,L ,, . " 5, ' " vis' T ,eissi r eg A A ,ew I IwI,,fIiIl5'E aug' :S If X L Il 4 I-La g 4. ' term-L-Ii 'iIw5!'f'eC?f-5,,3F f ---f L1-.lg-Pel e-. e.'!"g'-15 fs-I-' --..- -T- 1 -ee.. -ee2,:i+'fLf--. 'H' f "3 T- F ESE? - ibm, .. ..., OFFICERS WILLIAM Y. EI.LIo'r . .... President THOMAS A. FRAZIER . Vice-President ROBT. ELMO THOMPSON . , Commodore Representative PRENTISS M. TERRY . . . Secretary and Treasurer RUSSELL Col-IBN KATE E. SAVAGE . . Honor Commiilee . Hfslorian I 9 1 5 SOPHOMORE CLASS-ACADEMIC AND ENGINEERING ABERNATHY, BENJAMIN HARRISON, B.A ...,....... ' ........... Greenfield, Term- Hiswrian. '13-'14. A ADAMSON, I-IELEN LLOYD, B.S., K A G . . . Naslwllle, Tenn- ANDERSON, HELEN JOSEPHINE, B.S., K A 9 . . Bellevue, Tenn- BARRETT, LELAND KELLY WILSON, B.S., K A . . . Atlanta, Ga. BECKHAM, HARRIETTE VIRGINIA, B.S., A A A . . Union City, Term- BRANHAM, ALFRED HUME, B.A., B 9 I1 ............... . Spring Hill, Tenn- 'Varsily Track, '1-1: Dramatic Club, '14-'15, Captain Sophomore Football Team. BROWN, WILLIAM CHARLES FOSKETTE, B.S., E A E ........... . Nashville, Tenn. CALDWELL. WALTER BITTRICK, B.S. ...................... ,..... R ives, Tenn. Freshman Debaterq Wiinner T. K. A. Prize for Debating: Thanksgiving Debaterg Vice-President Dialectic Literary Society. CARMAN, WILLIAM CHARLES, B.S., A T Q ,.............. ......... C ovington, Tenn. 'Varsity Football, '13, '14, CARTWRIGHT, WILLIAM BELL, B.S. . . Nashville, Tenn. CASEY, WALKER, BS. ...... . Lebanon, Tenn. CLARK, WILLIAM MARTIN, B.E., E X . . . Nashville, Tenn. CHAMBERS, AILEEN VIRGINIA, B.S., A A A . . Fulton, Ky. COCHREHAM, ROLAND, B.S., Q K E ,............. . Bethpage, Tenn. Freshman Debaterg Secretary and Treasurer Dialectic Literary Society. CODY, JOSHUA CRITTENDEN, B.S., E A E ............ . Nashville, Tenn. 'Varsity Football, '14, Scrub Football, '13, COHEN, HENRY RUSSELL, B.S., AIP A 6 ............ . Nashville, Tenn. 'Varsity Football, '14: Football Squad, '13, Honor Committee, '14-'15. COOLEDGE, EDWIN MARTIN, B.S., E A E ........,.. . Atlanta, Ga. COOKE, ELIZABETH, B.S., K A' 9 . . . . Franklin, Tenn. COOPER, WILLIAM PRENTICE, B.A., AI, A 9 . . . - ............. . Shelbyville, Tenn. Freshman Debaterg Vice-President Class, '13-'14, President Bible Class, '13-'14, '14-'15. CRISLER, JOSEPH AUGUSTUS, B.S., A K E . ............. . Memphis, Tenn. Dramatic Club, '14-'15. CUNNINGI-IAM, ROY REILLY HINCKLEY, B.E. . Nashville, Tenn. DAVIDSON, DONALD GRADY, B.A., A T Q . . Mulberry, Tenn. DAVIS, HAL MANCASTER, B.E., A K E ...... . Nashville, Tenn. Sophomore Football Te-amp. Scrub Baseball, '14. Page fifly-four Q.lQ?REM A..,a I Il 9 I 5 SOPHOMORE CLASS-ACADEMIC AND ENGINEERING DURHAM, GEORGE FRANKLIN, B.S. . . DUEFEY, ELLEN MAI, B.S., K A 9 . . ELLIOT, WILLIAM YANDEL, B.A., Z X . . . . . Gallatin, , Nashville, . . . . . .Nashville, President Sophomore Class: Thanksgiving Debater, '14, Observer Staff, Dramatic Club, '13-'14, '14-'15, EVERETT, EDWIN B., B.A., E N . . . FAIN, GALEN CLETUS, B.A. . FISHER, G. AUBREY, B.S. . . . . . . . . McKenzie, Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn . . Murray, Ky . . . Allanta,Ga . . . . . . . Chattanooga, FRAZIER, THOMAS ALEKXANDER, B.A., 112 A 9 ........,....... Freshman Debaterg Comn'IOdoI'e Representative, '13-'14, Vice-President Class, '13-'141 Glee Club, '13-'14, '14-'15. FRIERSON, ROBERT, B.S., K Z . . . GARARD, PAULINE, B.S., A A A . , , GLEAVES, RICHARD DOUGLAS, B.S., K E Sophomore Football Team: Vice-President Philosophie Society. GOTTSCHALL, SYLVAN HIRSHMAN, B.A. . Freshman Debater, Mathematics Medal, Sophomore Football Team. GREENSPAN, MYRTLE, B.S ..... HARRISON, RUTH, B.S ..... HARRISON, WELLBORN MOONEY, B.A. . I-IARWELL, A. B., B.S., E X . . Drainatic ciub, '14-'15, l-IAwEs, ROBERT RUSH, B.S., B 9 II . I-IEAGEN, JAMES NELSON, JR., B.S., A K I-IEISKELL, MARY LOVETTE, B.S., K A 9 HENDERER, IRVINC. VANCE, B.E., CID K E I-IERRON, LOUISE LORETZ, B.S., K A G I-IILL, FRANCES B. B.S. .... . HIRSCH, NAT, B.S ....... I-IOLDERNESS, GEORGE STRANGE, B.S., E A HOWINGTON, MARGARET EVALYNE, B.S. HUSSEY, PAUL EDWARD, B.A., 2 X . JONES, M. PERCY, B.E. . . . . Page fifiy five E E . ......................Chattanooga, .Nashville, . Nashville , Memphis, . Nashville . Maury City, . Maury City, . Pulaski, . Nashville Tenn Tenn. Tenn. Term Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn . Little Rock, Ark . Memphis, . Nashville, . Nashville . Nashville, . Nashville, Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn . Pine Bluff, Ark . Nashville, Tenn . Palmyra, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn my with V 1 " 5 512" 1 -9 I 5 SOPHOMORE CLASS-ACADEMIC AND ENGINEERING KAYHOE, RUTH, B.S. ...... . KIDD, H. H., B.A ...... . KLUTTS, ALVIN BROADUS, B.S., K 2 . KLYCE, PAUL CAGE, B.E., 112 K E . . LANZ, CHARLES HENRY, B.S ..... LEwIS, ALBERT SIDNEY, AIR., B.S., B 9 II . LEWIS, RUMSEY, B.S., K A . . . . LIPSCOMB, THOMAS ELLIS, B.S., K A ., 'Varsity Football, '14, LOWENSTEIN, HERMAN, B.E. .... . MANIER, THOMAS MILLER, B.S., CID A 9 . Manager Sophomore Football Team, Hustler Staff. MATHEWS, HOOPER WEAKLEY, B.S. . . MAYBERRY, TOM WATSON, B.S., A K E . Secretary and Treasurer, '13-'14. MCDONALD, HUNTER, JR., B.S., fb A 9 . MCLEAN. WILLIAM HARVEY, B.S. . A. MCLEAN, WILLIAM HUTTON, B.S. . . MORTON, ANDREW HAMILTON, B.E. . MYATT, LESLIE E., B.S. . . . . Reserve Eleven, '13, '14, NEAL, GEORGE RICHARD, B.E .... NELSON, JOHN KELSEY, B.E., A T Q . PARIS, SARAH, B.S., A A A . . . PASCHALL, DOUGLAS, B.S., E X .... PHILLIPS, ALFRED OwEN, B.S., 2 N . . Commodore Board: Assistant in C PICTON, WALTER LAMBURTH, B.E. , . . PORTER. WILLIAM CLAYTON, B.A. . . . hemical L3.l30l'8.tOI'y. Chaplain of Philosophic Literary Society. PUTNAM, EMMET PERKINS, B.E., E X . 'Varsiny Football, '13, '14, . Nashville, Tenn. Beckley, W. Va. . Ripley, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. Lake Charles, La., . Dallas, . Nashville, . Nashville, . Nashville, . Nashville . Nashville . Franklin . Nashville . Nashville, . Gallatin, . Nashville White Bluff . . Nashville McKenzie, . . Nashville . . Franklin . . Nashville . . Nashville 1 y A Texas Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. . Clinton, Ky. . Abbeville, La. Page fifty-six SOPHOMORE CLASS-ACADEMIC AND ENGINEERING RAGLAND CHARLES STRATTON B.A. 21 X . RATTERMAN, MARY BREEN, B.S., K A 9 . RAYMOND, JOHN PATTON, B.E., A K E . . REED,.jAMES LEIGHTON, JR., B.S., CII A 9 . RICE, CHARLTON EARLE, B.S., A K E . SAVAGE, KATE EASTMAN, B.S., A A A . . . Class Historian, '14-'15, Commodore Board. SHANNON, GEORGE POPE, BA., A T S2 . . Secretary Bible Class, Sophomore Football Team. SHARPE, THOMAS EARLE, B.S., E N . . . SMITH, DANE FARNSWORTH, B.A., E N . . Secretary and Treasurer Philosopliic Literary Society. STEPHENS, CLAY GREER, JR., B.S., A K E . STEWART, RANDALL, B.S., 2 N . . . STREET, FRANCES, B.S., K A G . TRICE, SPENCER TALLEY, B.S. TRIMBLE, JAMES, B.S. .... . TURNER, ROBERT ELLIS, B.E., A K E . . WHORLEY, WILLIAM WHITSITT, B.E. . . WIKLE, HERBERT TEMPLE, B.S., A T A . WILSON, SAMUEL BOONE, B.E. . . . WILSON, TI-IAYER SMITH, B.S., A K E . . Hustler Staffg Sophomore Football Team: Sergeant-at-Arms Philosophic Literary Society. WISE, EDWARD MONROE, B.S. . . . . . ZERFOSS, TOM B., B.S., flb A 9 . Page fifty-seven TERRY, PRENTISS M., B.S., B 9 II .... Secretary and Treasurer, Manager Tennis Association. THOMPSON, ROBERT ELMO, B.S., A T Q . . , A A .i.s"Z, ,4 S R' I 9 l 5 Freshman Debater, T. K. A. Prize for Debating: Glee Club, '13-'14, '14-'15g Dramatic Club, '13-'14, '14-'15, Commodore Rep- '14g Track Team. Murfreesboro, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. Clarksville, Texas . Fulton, Ky. . Nashville, Tenn. . Franklin, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. Louisville, Ky. , Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Franklin, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Carthage, Tenn. . Gallatin, Tenn. . Ashland, Ky. 1 9 I 5 k K. Page fifty-eight Page ffiy-nine I 3 1 5 5 n f -fix' I Y!-3 A ax f N E l I M' Mil A XT 4 I M - R w A WW A .ll .nl - ,Il ,. T f YE A -?f'ffX , ' AQ, ,f 'igw Q X ' J f fy rijgh YN !! ,Q M .1 VW ,ff i' - " Ab 10 f A I M My o f ho 1 A AA. 5 " -- f ' f ' NQA .1 V ' X, Y' ,,,,,, 4572? X ,, f"" -ffifflf X Z 5 452 fw- , .. A, , cg, . U ,,A . f A . 4 V 7' V. ZZ Freshman Class OFFICERS D. P. ADAMS ..... .... P resfdeni Miss ILEY NUNN CAGE . . . Vice-President AA. L. MCDONALD . . . Commodore Represeniaiive I. P. JONES . . .... Secretary and Treasurer P. A. KELLY . . . . . Sergeani-ai-Arms MARGARET LAMB . ..... Historian .. .f C., -..Ju JF I A-.LJJIQEQ ,..,,,, ,. .. I .J Q A X I 7 1 5 1 1 X, F RESHMAN CLASS- ADAMS, D. P., B.E., CIP A 9 ..................... Nashville, Tenn. 1'I-vsiilteiit. nf Freshman Class: Sc-rub Football Team. ADAMS, A. T., B.E., 1I1 A 9 .................... Nashville, Tenn. Scrub Football Team. ATKINSON, GERALD, B.S. ..... ..... N ashville, Tenn. Scrub Football Teani. ALMON, G. C., B.A., .X T Q ..... ..... T uscumhia, Ala. BAILEY, SAM, B.S., K E ...... ..... N ashville, Tenn. BAKER, C., B.S. ........... ..... N ashville, Tenn. BARBEE, F. I-l., B.S., B 9 II .... ...... R ipley, Tenn. BEASLEY, LUELLA, B.S. ...... ..... N ashville, Tenn. BRACKIN, T. T. B.S. .......... ..... N ashville, Tenn. BUCKNER, H. K. B.S., fb A 9 .... ..... N ashville, Tenn. BUTLER, MARK, B.A., A T Q .... .... U nion City, Tenn. BUTTS, IVI. Ci., B.S. ......,....... ...... Fosterville, Texas CAGE, ILEY NUNN, B.S., K A 9 ................. San Diego, Cal. 'x'ic-e-President Freshman Class: Dramatic Club. CAMPBELL, M. M., B.A., KID A 9 ................ Nashville, Tenn. CAMPBELL, ANNIE LAURA, B.S., A A A .... ...Nashville, Tenn. CARPENTER, G. K., B.S. ............. ..... N ashville, Tenn. CASEY, WALKER, B.S. ........ ...... L ehanon, Tenn. CLARK, ENGLISH, B.A. X .... .... M cMinnville, Tenn. CODY, ELIZABETH, B.A. ........ ..... N ashville, Tenn. COLLEY, W. C., B.E., SIP A 9 ..... ..... N ashville, Tenn. COONEY, R. Ci., B.S., K E ..... ..... N ashville, Tenn. CORNELL, C. F., BE.. .....,. .. ..... Nashville, Tenn. COSTON, Ci. B.S.... ......... ....... O sceola, Ark. Pliilosophic Literary Society. COVINGTON, C., B.A. .......... .... C ollege Grove, Tenn. CRONSTINE, MONROE, B.S. .... ..... N ashville, Tenn. ACADEMIC AND ENGINEERING CRUTCHER, F. E., B.S. ......,..,.. . CRUTCHER, MARCUS, B.E. ...... . DAHNKE, LOUISE, B.S., A A A. . .. DANIELS, L. G., B.S. ..,..... .. DELCHER, H. R., B.S., E N. . .. DENTON, B. H., B.A. .......... . DUNGEN, W. T., B.A., A K E ,... Glee Club. DUNAVANT, E. M., B.S., A T A ..... EARLY, EVELYN, B.S., A A A.. .. EVANS, G. P., B.S., A T S2 ..... .. EWELL, LEIc.I-ITON, B.S., 112 K XII ..,. . EWIN, W. W., B.S., E X ....... .. FERRELL, O. J., B.A. .... ' ....... FIELDS, HELEN FRANCES, B.S., K A 9 .... .. Dramatic Club. PINNEY, C. L., B.S. ............... . FOLK, ANNIE WHITE, B.S., A A A... FOGLE, HARRIET, B.E. ...,....... . FOSTER, ROBT. C., B.S., 111 K Alf. .. FORD, M. C., B.A. ......... .. FRIEDMAN, E., B.E. ..... .. GOLD, J. H., B.A., K E. . . .. GRAVES, R. E., B.S. ........ .. GREEN, J. M., B.A., A T S2 .... GUNN, EDNA, B.S. ............ . I-IAGAN, W. J., B.S., 111 A 9 ........ Philosophic Literary Society. HALL, C. A., B.S., E X .......... . . . . .Nashville, Tenn . . . . .Nashville, Tenn .Union City, Tenn . , .Nashville, Tenn .,....Tampa, Fla . . .Nz-xshville, Tenn . . . .Little Rock, Ark . . . . .Pulaski, Tenn . . .Nashville, Tenn ........Clinton, Ky .Manchester, Tenn . . . . .Franlclin, Tenn . . . .... Gallatin, Tenn. . . .Nashville, Tenn . ..... Nashville, Tenn . . .Nashville, Tenn , . . .Nashville, Tenn . . .Nashville, Tenn ..Centerville, Miss . . . . .Nashville, Tenn. Gordonsville, Tenn . . . .Spencer, Tenn . . . .Franklin, Tenn . . . .Nashville, Tenn ......Alhens, Ala . . . .PinewoOc'l, Tenn Page sixty FRESHMAN CLASS- I-IANNA, H. J., BS. ..............,....,........ Nashville, Tenn. HAGGARD, ADALAIDE, B.S., K A G ...,. ..... N ashville, Tenn. HILL, R. L., B.A., E A E ........ .... P orllancl, Tenn. HOLT, W. F., JR., B.E. .... . .,... Nashville, Tenn. HOMER, RUBY Lois, B.S. .... ..,.. N ashville, Term. HORD, RUTH, BS. ,.... ..... N ashville, Tenn. HYDE, F. J., JR., B.A. ...,.... .,,..,... .... F r anlclin, Tenn. HYDE, W. K., B.S., A K IC ....,............ .... S avannah, Ill. Scrub Football Team, Dramatic Club. IRISH, A. R., BS., B 9 II ................. .... D allas, Texas Dramatic Club. JACKSON, H. E., B.S., KIP A 6 ...............,...... Atlanta, Cxa. Dramatic Club, Cliairmari Cap Committee. JACKSON, R. E., BS. ................,.....,... Nashville, Tenn. JARRATT, H., B.E.., E X .... ..... M urfreesboro, Tenn. 'Varsity Football Squad. JOHNSON, W. N., BS. ........ .......,. H omer, La. JONES, I. P., BS., QP A 6 .,........,.,......... Nashville, Tenn. Secretary and Treasurer of Freshman Class. JORDAN, L. W., B.A., A T A ..... . ........,... Bass, Ala. JOSEPH, C. E., BS., A T A ..... ..... N ashville, Tenn. KELLY, P. A., B.S., K E ................ .... G allatin Tenn. Sargeant-at Arms of Freshman Class, KINKHEAD, ANNA, B.S., K A 9 .....,. ..... N ashville, Tenn. LAMB, MARGARET, B.S., A A A ..,..... ..... N ashville, Tenn. Class Historian, Dramatic Club. LEATHERS, H. B., B.E.., E N .......,. ..... N ashville, Tenn. LESEUR, KATHERINE, B.S., A A A ..... ..... N ashville, Tenn. LILLY, H. T., B.A., E X .......,... ..... N ashville, Tenn. LIPSCOMB, LOUISE, B.S., K A 9 .... ...Winchester, Tenn. LOGAN, T. M., B.S. .......,... .... T yler, Texas Page sixty-one ACADEMIC AND ENGINEERING METZ, HAROLD, B,S., K A ......... . Scrub Football Team. MCDONALD, A. L., B.S., K E ........... Scrub Football Team: Commodore Freshman Class. MCEWEN, N. S., B.E., Z K .......... . MCGEHEE, T. B., B.S., K E ....... . MCGOWAN, PAULINE, B.S., A A A ..... Dramatic Club. MCMILLAN, J. G., B.S. .......... . MANEY, ELISE, B.S., K A 9 .... . Dramatic: Club. MARTINDALE, HELEN, B.S.. ,, MASHBURN, M. W., B.S... . MILAM, E. B., B.S., E MILLER, M. O., B.S. .... .. MITCHELL, R. L., B.S. .... .. MOORE, A. L., B.S., A T . ., MOORE, C. S., B.S. .......,.. . MooRE, Y. D., B.A., A T S2 .,.. . Scrub Football Team. T aa kaa I 8 I 'D x .. . , . .Nashville, Tenn. ..Cheslnut Mount, Tenn. Representative o E . . . . . . . .Nashville, Tenn. . . . .Little Rock, Ark. , . . , .Nashville, Tenn. , . . . .Martin, Tenn. . . . .Nashville, Tenn. . . . ,Nashville, Tenn. . . . .Nashville, Tenn. . . . . Jaclcsonville, Fla. . . . . .Cxrancl Chenier, La. . . . . .Tullahoma, Tenn. . . . . .San Antonio, Texas .....BalcI Knob, Arlc. . . , .McKenzie, Tenn. MORRISON, F., BS. .... .... L awrenceburg, Tenn. MORROW, C. E., BE.. .... ...... N ashville, Tenn. MORROW, GRADY, B.A. ...... . ..Nasl'1ville, Tenn. NEUSCHELTEN, A. C., B.A. .... ........ A tlanta, Ga. ODEN, M. F., BS. ........ ..... B rentwoocl, Tenn. GDUM, M. D., B.S. ......... ...,. I: t. Woi'th, Texas PADGETT, L. P., B.A., E X ..,, .... C olumbia, Tenn. Scrub Football Team. PARKER, L., BS., A T A ...... ..... T ullahoma, Tenn. Scrub Football Team. PATTERSON, S. I-I., B.S., B 9 ll .... .... P ulaski, Tenn. ffl. if. ,Q 12, QI, ' l L9 1 5 FRESHMAN CLASS- PHILLIPPS, ELIZABETH, B.S. ......... , ........... Nashville, Tenn. PRICHARD, FLORA LUCILE, ......... Nashville, Tenn. PRICE, C. E., B.S., K E ....... ..... C hesknul Mound, Tenn. Scrub Fnollmll Team. PRov.xsT, KATHERINE, B.S., ...... .... N ashville, Tenn. RADEORD, WATTS, B.S., A K E ..... ..., M aylield, Ky. RI-IEA, LINDA, B.S., K A 9 ...... .... N ashville, Tenn. RICHARDSON, C. B., B.S., K A ..... ....... A thens, Ala. 'Van-sity Football Team. RICHEY, L. M., B.A., A T IZ. .......,.. ..... M cKenzie, Tenn. Vim-!l'1'csiIlcnI. Freshman Bible Class. ROBERTS, REX E., B.S. .........,....... ..... O sceola, Ark. ROBERTS, j. B., B.S., A K E ............ .... N ashville, Tenn. I--Iunoi' Committee: Cap Committee. REYNOLDS, LEVIE FRANCES, B.S., K A 9 ........ Nashville, Tenn. ROBERTSON, A. L., B.S., fl' A 9 ......... ..... F ranklin, Tenn. Sc-rub Football Twain. ROORS, MONROE, B.S., A T I2 ......,........ SL-rub Football Teamg President Of Freshm . .Brownsville, Tenn. an Bible Class. ROSENTI-IAL, S. R., B.S. ......................,. Nashville, Tenn. ROSE, R. A., B.E.., B 9 H ........................ Dallas, Texas Dramatic Club. SATTERWHITE, JAS. A., B.A., A K E .... .... N ashville, Tenn. SCHLATER, T. W., B.A. ............... ...... N ashville, Tenn. SEDBERRY, L. S., B.A. ........,.... ..... B uena Vista, Tenn. Philosophic Literary Socieiy. SEEGER, W. F., B.E., 21 X ......... .... N ashville, Term. SEWARD, A., B.S. ................ ..... F ranklin, Tenn. SHACKLEEORD, S. C., B.S., A T Q ..... ..... C ourtland, Ala. SHAPARD, MARJORIE, B.S., K A 9 ..... .... S helbyville, Tenn. SHARPE, W. P., B.S., Ili A 9 ...... .... N ashville, Tenn. SMYTHE, G., B.S., KI? K Xl' ..... ...... U valde, Texas SYNDER, W., B.E., A T Q ..... ..... L itlle Rock, Ark. ACADEMIC AND ENGINEERING SNEED, R. R., B.E., 2 N .......... .... N ashville, Tenn. SUDEKUM, R. H., B.S. .... .... N ewsom, Tenn. SUTTON, G., B.S. ...... .... N ashville, Tenn. TATE, ROBT., B.S., A K E ..... .... P aducah, Ky. TAYLOR, F. B., B.S., 111 K XI' ..... .... N ashville, Tenn. TENNISON, LON, B.S., fb A 9 .... .... N ashville, Tenn. TERRY, HENRY, B.S., A T Q .... .... F ayetteville, Tenn. THUSS, W. G., B.S., K A ..... .... N ashville, Tenn. TIMOTHY, PATRICK, E.E. ......... .... N ashville, Tenn. TRANSON, L. C., B.A., CIP A 9 ..... .... M ason, Tenn. TRANSON, DAVID, B.S., fb A 9 .... ...... M ason, Tenn. TROUSDALE, T., B.S., K 2 ..... ..... S lonewall, Tenn. TURNER, R. E., B.S., K E ..... .... C arkhage, Tenn. TURNER, L. T., B.S., K Z ....... ..... L ewisburg, Tenn. TURNBULL, JULIA, B.S., K A 9 .... .... N ashville, Tenn. VAN'NESS, NOBLE, B.E.., E N .... .... N ashville, Tenn. WALLER, WILLIAM, B.S. ........... .... N ashville, Tenn. WATTS, JOHN, JR., B.S., A K E ..... ...... M ayfield, Ky. WEBB, LENA, B.S. .............. ..... N ashville, Tenn. WEST, W. M., B.S. ...........,... .... N ashville, Tenn. WIGGINGTON, T. A., B.A., Z X .... .... N ashville, Tenn. WILKERSON, W. W., B.S. ...... .... N ashville, Tenn. WILI-IITE, S. L-., B.S., B 9 II ..... .... B lytheville, Ark. WITT, R. S., B.S., K E ........ .... L ynnville, Tenn. WORLEY, ELIZABETH, B.S. .... .... F ranklin, Tenn. YANCY, R. P., B.S., E X ............ .. ..... Pulaski, Tenn. YOUNG, PERCY CAFFEY, B.A., K E .............. Memphis, Tenn. Cap Committee, Philosophic Literary Society. Page sixty-Iwo :Sehior Class -Law OFFICERS I. W. KEYS . . . 4. . . Presidenl EUGENE SLOAN . . Vice-President A. ZIMMERMAN . . Secretary-Treasurer . COOPER THWEAT . . . . . . . . Poet B. AV. DEW ..... . .- ...... Historian S. A. VAN NESS . . . Commodore Represeniaiive . X SENIOR CLASS-LAW AULT, O. T., LL.B, . . Pikeville, Tenn Cumivnwcs, THOMAS L., LL.B. , ....... . . . Nashville, Tenn Vice-President Junior Law Class: Associate Justice and Chief Justice John Marshall Law Club, Honor Committee, '12-'13. DEW, ASHLEY, LLB. . . .... . . . . . . . . . Hamburg, Class Historian, Clerk and Attorney-General of John Marshall Law Club. I-IAMMETT, F. HAROLD, LL.B., 112 K E . .' Huntsville, KEYS, ISAAC WILLIAM, LL.B., E A E, CIDA lib ......... Murray, President Senior Class: First Associate '13-'14, First Year Law Scholarship. Justice John Marshall Law Club, RALSTON, DAVIS T., LL.B., Z A E . Commodore Club: Ferret Club. Ark Mo Ky . Glasgow, Ky SENIOR CLASS-LAW SLOAN, EUGENE- B.A., LL.B., fi: K E, -If A qv, T K A, 2 T . . Black Rock, Ark. Owl Club, Chief Justice John Marshall Law Club, '14: President Y. M, C. A., '14-'15g Calumet Club: Debating Council, '13-'14, '14-'15, Vice-Presi- dent Senior Class, Winiiex' Feb. 22nd Oratorical Contest, '13 and '14, Win- , ner Intercollegiate Oratorical Contest, '14, Chairman Commodore Board, '14, Commodore Club. . SLOAN, CI-10. A., LL.B., K A ............ Nashville, Tenn Commodore Club: Commodore Representative, '13: John Marshall Law Clubg Manager Law Football, '1hlg Law Baseball, '13. Ti-IWEAT, COOPER, LL.B., E A E ......... De Vall's Bluff, Ark Marshal and Atty.-Gen. John Marshall Law Clubg President Class, '13-'14g Vice-President Class, '12-'13q Poet Senior Class: Law Football, '14g Law Baseball, '13, VAN NESS, STEPHEN AUSTIN, B.S., LL.B., fb B K ..... Nashville, Tenn Chief Justice John Marshall Law Club, '14g Associate Justice, ,145 Treas- urer, '13-'14, Clerk, '12, Commodore Representative Senior Cla-ssg Callaghan Prize, '14, First Year Law Scholarship, '13g Asst. Librarian, '14-'15, Honor Committee, '12-'133 President Dialectic Literary Society, '121 Vice-Presi- dent, '11g Treasurer, '11-'12, Secretary, ,091 Debating Council, '13-'14, '14-'15, Freshman Math. Medal, '10, Freshman Debate, '09. WHITEHEAD, CLAUDE WILFORD, LL.B., E A E . . . Mobile, Ala Law Football, '14, John Marshall Law Club. ZIMMERMAN, WALDEMAR A., LL.B., A T S2 ........ Memphis, Tenn Secretary-Treasurer Class, '14-'15, John Marshall Law Club: Asisstant, Librarian, '14-'15. Page sixty-seven Q 9. 2"H- , 74 ..4. K 1 f...,m FQ. RW- 'Q h Q .M 5 335 555 1 19 l 5 E ::,,f'V.,z,,x7 f A mwgii- 1 55 I Fu Page sfxly-eigfzl W E 1467 f if 9 N I 'ay' , Z V -Syl' Q Ww XX 1 Q. X X71 ft X fx E f .41 J I fl QM WN X 1 A ,X-4 K W1 .EEE C "E rf' . fwfr W E 6 9 3 355 1 J 1 5 x. Second Year L C1 W. C. VANCE . . OFFICERS HW HSS . . . . .President D. S. HENRY . . C. D. LAMB . WM. L. CovrNcTov C . . . . Vzce-President . Secretary and Treasurer madore Represcnlaiive I .13 1 5 ARMISTEAD, G. H., JR., JR., B.A., E X, flw A CID, E 'I' ....... . ..... ...... . . Franklin, Tenn. Freshman Debater, '09, Freshman Five, '09, Honor Committee, '11-'12, Contestant Founder's Medal, '11-'12, '12-'13, Febru- ary Twenty-second Contest, '12, Class Track Team, '11-'12, '12-'13, '13-'14, 'Varsity Track Team, '12-'13, Assistant Manager Track Team, '12-'13, Manager Track Team, '13-'14, Pan-Hellenic Council, '12-'13, '13-'14, Commodore Representative, '12-'13, '13-'14, Debating Council, '12-'13, Vice-President Students' Association, '12-'13, President Students' Association, '13-'14, Y, M. C. A. Treasurer, '12-'13, Vice-President Y. M. C. A., '13-'14, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '12-'13, '13-'14, Calumet Club, Spectator Club, Owl Club, Commodore Club President, '13-'14, Cheer Leader, '12-'13, '13-'14, West Side Board, '12-'13, '13-'1-l, '14-'15, Observer Staff, '13-'1-1, Vice-President Freshman Law Class, '13-'14, President Calumet Club, '14, Law Football Team, '14. BROWN, Cl-IAS. l-l.. B.S., df K E .................. , ........ Gallatin, Tenn. 'Varsity Eleven, '10, '14, John Marshall Law Club, Class Basketball, '09-'10, '10-'11, Law Football Team, '14, CAMPBELL, JOHN NEAL, B.S., fb B K, fb A CII, E T ...................... Natchez, Miss. Spectator Club, Calumet Club, Managing Editor Hustler, '14-'15, President Spectator Club, '13-'14, Secretary Calumet Club, '14-'15, President Vanderbilt Union, Debating Council, Senior Class Prophet, '13-'14, Scholarship Freshman Law Class, 1Vest Side Board, John Marshall Law Club. CONN, l-l. H. ............ . Aclairvllle, Ky. John Marshall Law Club, Commodore Band. COVINGTON, XVM. L., BS., K E ......... .... ..... ........ C o l lege Grove, Tenn. John Marshall Law Club, '13-'14, Reserve Eleven, '13, Captain Reserve Eleven, '14, Reserve Five, '13-'14, Commodore Rep- resentative Second Year Law Class, Qlee Club, '14-'15, Law Football Team. DULANEY, A.B., LLB ..................... . Ashdown, Arlc. Instructor in History, '13-'14, Instructor in Economics, '14-'15, John Marshall Law Club. GARFINKLE, ELKIN ..... Owen Medal in History, '12-'13. GILBERT, LEON ....... Scholarship, Freshman Law Class, John Marshall Law Club. C-ILL, WALKER l-I., B 9 H, lb A fb Owl Club, '12-'13, Commodore Club, '13-'14, Dramatic Club, Ferret Club, Spectator Club. '13-'14, West Side Board, Pan-Hel- lenic Council, '13-'14, 'Varsity Track, '12, '13, '14, Athletic Editor Hustler, Managing Editor, '13-'14, Editor-in-Chief, '14-'15, Holder Mile Record in S. I. A. A. HENRY, D. S., B.A., 111 A 9 ............................. Nashville, Tenn. Commodore Club, President Glee Club, '14-'15, Vice-President Second Year Law Class, 'Varsity Five, '10-'11, '13-'14, Cap- tain Tracl: Team, '11, Substitute 'Varsity Football, '10, Glee Club, 'OS-'09, '09-'10, '10-'11, '13-'14, Track Team, 'OS-'09, '09-'10, Captain Law School Football'Team. . . .Nasl1ville, Tenn. . . . . . . . . . . . Nasl'iville,Tenn. ..........................Allensville,Ky. Page seventy KILLOUGH, W. N., K A . We " ,, f , - J qf"'iv: ww- A I ' ual FV . "' ,, sez. , 1 3 l 5 SECOND YEAR CLASS-LAW John Marshall Law Club. LAMB, C. D., K A . . . . . . . . . . , Fayetteville, Secretary and Treasurer of Class, '14-'15. MCCLOUD, N. B., K E . John Marshall Law PREWITT, ALAN M., YD A 9 Baseball Team, '14, PURYEAR, Gao. W. . . .Lynnvillm Club, Law Football Team, Scrub Baseball, '14, Law Football Team, John Marshall Law Club. ,Callalim John Marshall Law Club, Class Football, '14. RIDLEY, G. S., JR., KP K 2, CID A KP ............... , .......... Murfreesboro Owl Club, Pan-Hellenic, '13-'14, Commodore Board, '12-'13, Law Football Team, '14, John Marshall Law Club. SCHOOLFIELD, 1. R., JR. . Hustler Staff, ban, '14. SLAUGHTER, W. J., B.S. . John Marshall Law SPERRY, L. F., B.S., 111 A 9, Dramatic Club, ' 11, - Alternate Tennessee Class Poet, '14, SRYGLEY, RAY K., CIP K E VANCE, W. C., KID A 6, 112 A Class President, '14-' Page seventy-one .............................Denlon, '13-'14, '14-'15, Dialectic Literary Society, '10-'ll, John Marshall Law Club, Spectator Club, Class Foot- .Nashvllle Club, Class Football, '14, Class Track Team. E T ........................... Nashville, '12,-'13, President, '13, Calumet Club, Young Medal in Oratory, '12, Speaker for Founder's Medal. '14, Oratorical Contest, '12-'13, Class Football, '14, Freshman Debate, Commodore Board, '13-'14, '14-'15, ', . Nashville, in .........,.... . Nashville. 15, Glee Club, '13-'14-'15, Law Football Team. Bolivar, . Wynne, Ark. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Texas Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. l 9 1 5 v ty two Page seventy-ihree rrrr 1 K9 I I5 ,555 ji! 1 ff' ff'f ,X' Zvi! g ffrfk'7 , 6 53 'fm' 119525 - , . . e s ""' -- X ry VfVffK 5?., , f ' 4.4 .5-. wiivwxkxxxxxsxwxwaxfNQiW5xYTf4ffXXXXvXX xm , Xiu rr r r rl QQ fi? F4 fi ri ,X W3 x K xx 1 9 ff R is-,QS is UQ, 4939, 1 6 T' ,mul n l, f ms , X W XX r Ir 9 f If X " -'ff' W X X X 5 2 First Year Law OFFICERS F. M. MURRAY . . . . Presideni R. Amar: YouNc. . . . Vice-Pfesiflenl J. C. STEPHENS .,.. . . Secrelary and Treasurer REMBERT MARSHALL , . . . Commodore Reprs liv I .15 l 5 FIRST YEAR CLASS-LAW BARWICK, E. C., B.S., LL.B., K E ........................ . . . Owl Club, '13-'14, Commodore Club, '14-'15: Glee Club, '12-'15, Manager Commodore, '14-'15: Vice-President Class, John Marshall Law Club: Secretary and Treasurer Class, '13-'14, COLE, LEO L.. B.A., LL.B., E X, 111 B K . FLOWERS, J. M., B.S., LL.B., E X . . . Gymnasium Team, '11-'12, '12-'13, HAYES. FRANK M., LL.B., K A . . Law School Football Team. HUFFMAN, C. C., B.S., LL.B ...........,... . 'Varsity Football Team, '11-'12-'13-'14, Philosophic Literary Society. KILLOUCH, O. NEAL, LL.B., K A . John Marshall Law Club. LAMKIN, E. T., B.S., LL.B., E A E ...................... Secretary and Treasurer, '12-'13, Owl Club, '13-'1-ip Commodore Club, '14-'15, Pan-Hellenic Council. MANIER, EMMETT, LL.B., HP A 9 . . MARSHALL, Ri-LMBERT, B.A., LL.B., B 9 II . ......... ............ . . Dramatic Club, '11-'15: Property Manager Dramatic Club, '13-'l-lg President Dramatic Club, '14-'15, Commodore Rep Live. '12-'13, '14-'15, Historian Class, '13-'14. Grenada, Miss ' 1 4-' 15 Q . Macon, Miss. . Dothan, Ala. Memphis, Tenn. Trenton, Tenn . Wynne, Ark. . Monroe, La. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. resenta- MCCADDEN, M. H., LL.B., A T 9 . . Memphis, Tenn. John Marshall Law Club. MCDONNELL, W. A., E X ............................. Little Rock, Ark. Assistant in Chemical Laboratory, '13-'1-lg Class Track Team, '13-'14, Dramatic Club, '14-'15, John Marshall Law Club, Asso- ciate Editor Observer, '14-'15. - Page seventy-four Q 1 -9 1 5 FIRST YEAR CLASS-LAW MOORE, WM. A., l..l...B. ...... . ..... Little Rock, Ark. Law School Football Teamg John Marshall Law Club. MURRAY, T. M., LL.B., E A E ....,........... . . PHILLIPS, D. B., LL.B. SHAPARD, EVANDER JR., LL.B., B 9 II . SHEA, jox-IN T., LLB., K A . . SMITH, NEAL, LL.B., E X . SUNDERLAND, E., LL.B., K E . I. , Newport, Tenn. 'Varsity Football, '13, Law Football Team, '14: President First Year Law Class. . Europa, Miss. . Shelbyville, Term. . Memphis, Tenn. Law School Football Team. Jacksonville, Fla. . Fairlielcl, Ill. STEPHENS, JAS. C., A K E, E T ........ . ..... , ........... . Nashville, Tenn. Owl Club, '13-'14, Spectator Club, '13-F153 Calumet Club, Secretary Calumet Club, '13-'Hg Treasurer Calumet Club, '14-'15, Hustler Staff, ,13-'14, Observer Staff, '13-'14, Secretary Commodore Board, '14-'153 Secretary and Treasurer First Year Law Class: Glee Club, '15: Managing Editor Observer, '14-'15. TAT!-1, JAS. A., B.A., Ll...B., E A E ..... - . . Shelbyville, Tenn Owl Club, '13-'14. - THUSS, ANDREW J., LL.B., K A . . Nashville, Tenn. YOUNG, R. A., B.A., M.A., l..L.B., K 2 , . ....... . . .......... . . . Memphis, Tenn. Page .sevenly-five Owl Club, '13-'14, Commodore Club, '14-'15, Acting Manager Hustler, '13-'14, Manager Hustler, '14-'15: Assistant Manager Track Team, '13-'14, Manager Track Team, '14-'15, West Side Board, '13-'lflg John Marshall Law Club, Class President, '13-'14, Vice-President First Year Law, '14-'15. - if-fry rg:-,A-Ex 51,--,:. TL"-rT9-, sg ,-me ,jgwzr wwmix Eh L 5.-J 'H if Q.Qt,A51.'?' -5 J 50 be If gwii tw T. .fi . 1 to 1 5 A Freshmanss Letter CTO His GIRLJ f?,,Q'W3QS35Tj,'5 EAR MARY: Well, he1'e I am up at the ,Varsity with all the boys. I don't see how I can wait until SQ all Thanksgiving to see you again, though. I donlt like any of the girls here as well as you yet. QQ Q On the train a fellow came up to me and smiled. He saw I was a dead game college sport, and i also he saw by my suit-case-that I was going .to Vandy-same as he. So he said he was glad to see such 90? 5' a line bunch of Freshmen going to the Umverslty and that up in his room at Kissam l-lall he had a line radiator just as good as new that he would like to sell me at half price, for 33.00. You know what a good trader I am. I wasn't going to let any good bargain like that go by, but hated to beat him so on the trade. When I got here I liked the radiator Finely. Everybody else had one in their rooms when I got here, so I guess they all bought radiators the first day like I did. I can't see why the guy that sold me my radiator laughs all the time. I am going to punch him one next time he does it around me. When I decided to come here I didnlt know anybody, and so I wrote that I was coming, but I guess they didn't get my letters, cause there wasnlt a bunch of fellows at the station to meet me. l feel like l am getting too old for you, because I am getting to be a man. The professors all call me H lVlister,', and l will be as big as dad soon. I sure am getting up a big muscle on the bars. You just ought to see me stripped for gym. I guess they canit keep me off the ,Varsity next year. I sure am getting along good in English. Dr. I-loggin said something about U reading your delightful theme H when he handed my paper back, and smiled at me very pleasantly. The rest of the class laughed because I had such a good theme. It was marked al, which I figure means distinguished. I bet the fellows will stare when they see my new suit which I got. It is a peachy looking thing with pretty pink and yellow bars that will catch a girl's eye quick, and I bet I make a hit with some fair Jane. I sure ought to, considering what it cost me, which was twenty dollars, but I thought I would get something good enough to last. People say nobody loves a Freshman, but I bet I could guess who loves me in about the time it takes to say U Jack Robinsonf, Am I right? Well, I must close soon, and go take a bath, which the boys insist that I do, even when I don't need it sometimes. I haven't called you any nice names like I do when I was at home, cause the boys make me read my letters out loud so they can get good points on the art of letter writing. My pup is doing line. I hope you are likewise. Bye, bye, Yours till death, HIRAM. Per E. CQ Page scvenlyfsix Senior Class -Medical OFFICERS H. G. VANDIVER ..... . President TOM BRQSWN ..... . . Vice-President R. A. OLIVE ..... .... ..... 5 e cretary M. F. HOUSTON . . . .,....... Treamrer W. G. PAGE . . . . Commotfore Rcprescnlaifvc Honor Committee C- R- POLLOCK W. S. CHESTER S. T. Ross H. E. FRASER H. K. HINDE SENIOR CLASS-MEDICAL ANDERSON, JOSEPH JOHN, II M . . ANDERSON, SAMUEL NEWTON . . Buddy Club. ANTHONY, DANIEL HARBERT, A T O, A K K . Witherspoon Club. ARRANTS, WILLIAM Ross . AYLEN, WALTER CARTER, f-I2 B II, E N ....... Vice'PI'esident Sophomore Class, '12-'13, WitheI'spoon Club. 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'1 , , . . ...I .-w,..x .v..I-.,f,,..,..,.,.b .Ii,,Lv .gr H :JfQ'.a'i-QF-I.r1e911'f-.vffwiifael-C'hWff"-1-pm 'wel N ,,, - Ig , gi 5, .-5-L Q, 1,-,.:4.5,fy g,.:i,..'qa s,4',yr.'..35',gJ5:fI,2r:' -'-,:-L 'ag- I' 1' -1-Ii'i-Iff'ff':: -I SENIOR CLASS-MEDICAL BAILEY, CONRAD OSWALD, Q T fb . . Gadsden, Tenn CL, I. Peabody College '09J. BARRY, TOM R., E X, 111 X ...... . Gallatin, Tenn. Witllerspoon Club: 'Varsity Baseball, '09. BELUE, JULIUS ORVILLE . . Rogersville, Ala. BOWEN, WILLIAM PORTER . Nashville, Tenn. BRANDAU, WILLIAM l-IALLEY, K E, A K K . . . Clarksville, Tenn. Witlierspoon Clubg Sooner Clubg Buddy Club. BREWER, FRANK BENTON, iv AX, fb K KI' .B . Gainesville, Texas I SENIOR CLASS-MEDICAL BROOKE, G. CARTER, X Z X . . Alpharretla, Ga Buddy Club. BROWN, THOMAS HARTWELL, 411 K E, LIP X ........ Nashville, Tenn 'Varsity Eleven, '10-'11-'12-'13, 'Varsity Five, '10-'11-'12-'13, Captain 'Vars- ity Five, '13: Honor Committee, '13-'14, Vice-President Senior Classy Crack Medical and Dental Football Team, Commodore Representative, '13-'1-lg Sooner Club: Commodore Club. BURNETT, RILEY Wu.soN, fb B II . . Wiggins, Miss BuRNs, ELIAM B. . Ratlifi, Miss QL. 1. 'osx CASHION, WILLIAM AARON, K Xl' . Fayetteville, Tenn CHESTER, WALTER SIMMONS, X Z X . , Benton, Ky Masonic Guild. SENIOR CLASS-MEDICAL CHILDERS, JOSEPH EDWARD, II M . . Ripley, Miss CLEVELAND, C. HAL, E A E, if X, fir K X ....... Centreville, Ala KA. B. Southern University, Greensboro, Ala., '10J, Manager Class Basket- ball Team, '13, Secretary and 'Treasurer Junior Class, '13-'14, Secretary South Campus Students' Association, '14, President Vvitlierspoon Club, Manager 'Varsity Football, '14. CORE, WILLIAM JESSE, II M . . Nashville, T Masonic Guild. CooxsEY, ROGERS TAYLOR, B 9 II, A K K ...... Bowling Green, QA. B. Ogden Collegel, Witherspoon Club, President South Campus Stu- dents' Association, '14-'15, Chairman Honor Committee, '13-'14, CRUTCHFIELD, CARL R., fb X ............ Nashville, T CB. S. V. U.J: Assistant Demonstrator Chemistry, '11-'12, '12-'13, Class Basketball, '11-'12, '12-'13, Class Football, '11-'12, Member V. U. Gym- nasium Team, '10-'11, Manager Gymnasium Team, '12-'13, Med. and Dent. Football Team, '14. CUSHlVlAN, HAMPTON PHARR . Prainesville, enn Ky enn l..a SENIOR CLASS-MEDICAL DADE, RANDOLPH, 111 B II ...... Editor-in-Chief of Commodore, '14-'15, DENHAM, ROBERT HILLIARD, KD K E DIAL, VIRGIL ANDREW, flf X . . . .... . . . Honor Committee. '13-'14: Buddy Club: Sooner Club. Ex-xRL1cH, Sxco ............ Qljh. G. New Orleans College ol' Pharmacy. 'os5. FARMER, MYRON HALL, K A, fb X . FOWLER, CHARLES CLARK, QD K Xlf, A K K . 'Witllerspoon Club, Sooner Club. Hopkinsville, Ky Petersburg, T enn . Senaxh, Mo . Bainbridge. Ga Newnan, Ga Gainesboro, Tenn SENIOR CLASS-MEDICAL. FOWLER, FORREST FRANCIS . . Spicewoocl, Texas FRASER, HENRY EARL, E X, KID X ......... Bowling Green, Ky. KB. S. Vanderbiltbg YVltllGl'S1'JOOIl Club: Buddy Club. GAW, ROSCOE C., K XI' . . Cainesboro, Tenn. GBE, OTHEL . Greenville, Texas GORTON, LEVIN WAILES, B.S., Ph.C., A K E, A K K . . Waterproof, La. Vice-President Vvitherspoon Club. GtL1.EN, GEORGE HAMILTON, E A E, A K Iii . . South Pittsburg, Tenn. Sooner Club. SENIOR CLASS-MEDICAL GRAVES, PELLIE GREEN . . ....... . . Historian and Commodore Representative of Masonic Guild. GRAVES, LATTIE, fb K X . . ..... . . Scholarship Junior Class, '13-'14g Secretary and Treasu1'e1'. Guild. I-IARRxs, ERLE WARFIELD . HENDERSON, RAYMOND D., K NI' . HIBBITTS, WILUAM, X Z X . Witlierspoon Club. HILL, Lucius DAVIS, JR., A T Q, X Z X . Witherspoon Club. Scottsvillc, Ky. . Aclolphus, Ky '14g Masonic . Bells, Tenn Humboldt, Tenn . Charleston, Mo.- Sparla, Tenn. 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W N - Q: ,ff 6 -5" . fv- Q E 'EQL '21 L' if 1 "i 152221 ' V, -. M ,M Q.,-3 wg. , -16? law, . ' ' U -vi uf, . migfawf' -4 - ,rf 444 .54 iff , ggi? Epi ' Q'Uf7"?!'f3?1 ' -:Mfrglifg -. -fszlfwf 'A '1 +1-mi-.,-.' , - ' wtf- , f H 1535 ""f fri- 51.2 f':'E . : ' . ' I fuzz' SENIOR CLASS-MEDICAL HINDE, HUBBARD K., H M Honor Committee, '14-'15, Medical Football Team, '13-'1-1: HOLMES, THOMAS WILBURN, II M . Sooner Club. 1 ZX ..... HOUSTON, MATT FRANCIS, X Treasurer Senior Class. '14-'15g Sooner Club. HUNT, KENNETH STOVALI., fb X . Sooner Club, Buddy Club. JACKSON, NOAH RILEY, fb K X . JENKINS, JOHN B., X Z 'X . San Angelo, Texas Buddy Club. . Winona, Miss. . Decatur, Ala. . Milner, Ga. Smithwick, Texas . Hubb ard, Tex as SENIOR CLASS-MEDICAL. JOHNS, AMOS EEDRICH . . CB. S. Dickson Collegey. . Curve, Tenn. JOHNSON, JAMES LOUIS, K E, K XI' . ,....... , Phoenix, Arizona Witl1e1'spoon Club, Pan-Hellenic, '14-'15, Sooner Club, Buddy Club. KELLY, THOMAS BARTLETT, B 9 IT, 111 B II . Treasurer Tvitherspoon Club. LAW, WILLIAM PORTER . LAWWELL, STEWART, Liv B II, fb K X ...... Assistant Chemistry, '12-'13, Assistant,Pharmacology '13-'1 LESTER, JAMES DUNN . . Duquoin, Ill. Westmoreland, Tenn. . . . Chattanooga, Tenn. 4. , Woodbury, Tenn. SENICJR CLASS-MEDICAL MAGEE, ROBERT CARL, if X . . Abilene, Buddy Club. MANLOVE, WILLIAM ROBERT, ja. . . Nashville, MARKLE, Louis, fb B K, II M ............ Nashville, CB. S. V. U. '11Jg Assistant Organic Chemical Laboratory, Academic De- partment, '10-'l1. MILLER, l... TATE . .... . . . .... . . . Corsicana, MooN, Moss, KB. L. Nashville Bible Schoollq Med. Football, '12-'13, Class Basketball, '12-'13, Bled. Baseball, '12-'13. ORVILLE BRUCE, E A E . . Bell Buckle, Withe1'spoon Club. CHARLES SMITH, X Z X ...... ..... F vanklin, QA. B. University of South, Sewanee, Tenn.Jg Buddy Club. Texas Tenn. Tenn. Texas Tenn. Tenn. SENIOR CLASS-MEDICAL MOTLEY, ROBERT LYLE, JR., if K XII . , Nashville, Tenn, NASH, WILLIAM BRI-:HoN, K A, ffl X . , Stanton, Term. WitheI'spoon Club. NELSON, OSCAR GUSTAV, A K E, A K Ii .......... Mobile, Ala. KB. S. Vanderbiltjg Owl Club, Aquatic Club, Dramatic Club, VVitherspoon Club, Class Five, '07-'08, Captain Class Five, '09, 'Varsity Five, '10-'12- '13-'14, Captain 'Varsity Five, '13, Class Eleven, '10, Class 'Irack Team, '10, Captain Med. and Det. Five, '12, Captain Med. Track Team, '14, 'Vars- ity Track Team, '13, 'Varsity Relay Team, '14, Assistant Treasurer V. U. A. A., '09-'15, Assistant Physiology Laboratory, '12, Assistant Chemical Laboratory, '12-'13-'14, Secretary Vanderbilt Students' Association, '12, Vice-President, '13, Commodore Representative Class, '13, Y. M. C. A. Cab- inet, '13, Recording Secretary Y. M. C. A., '15, Editor Vanderbilt Hand Book, '15, Secretary Volunteer Band, '15, Secretary Medical Pan-Hellenic Council, '15. NICHOLSON, LEMUEL BRADFORD, K XII . . Collinsville, Buddy Club. OLIVE, Roi' ALENE, II M ..... '. ...... San Angelo, PAGE, Coach Medical Football Team, '12-'13, Vifitlierspoon Club, Member Honor Committee, '13-'14, Class Secretary, '14-'15, Buddy Club. WOODFIN C-RADY, E X, K X11 .... ...... S amson, Pan-Hellenic Med., '12-'13, Tvitherspoon Club, Commodore Representative, '14-'15, Sooner Club. Ala. Texas Ala. SENIOR CLASS-MEDICAL PARK, IRA OSCAR . z ............ 1 . Union City, Tenn Hustler Staff, '11-'12, '12-'13, Associate Edfitor, '14-'15, Charter Member Vanderbilt Medical Society. PARRISH, THOMAS Eowm, II M ' . . Dania, Fla POLLOCK, CARY ROBERT, K E, A K K, 112 K X ...... Rocky Ford, Colo Witherspoon Club, Honor Committee, '14-'15, Buddy Club: Sooner Club. PRICE, C1-IAS. WESLEY, B.S., Xf Z X . .,...... New Decatur, Ala Vvitherspoon Club, President Pan-Hellenic Council, '14-'15, Vice-President Junior Class, '13-'14, Sooner Club. ROCK, jo:-IN WILLIAM Paducah, Ky Ross, SAMUEL T., II M . . Mint, Tenn SENIOR CLASS-MEDICAL ROSSON, FRANK BOND, X Z X . Sco'rT, WALTER WILLIAMS . SIEBERMORGAN, REV. Louis, B.A. President of Med. and Dent. Voluntary Mission Band, SMITH, WARREN HAYES, Q T 111 . Princess Club. SMITII, MOIYLDEN, H M . . . President Masonic Guild, '14-'15. SMIRL, RALPH J., K E. A K K, CID K X . Sooner Club: Buddy Club. . Kenton, Tenn. . DeKalb, Miss. . Terre Haute, Ind. '13-'14, . Nashville, Tenn. . Corsicana, Texas . Rocky Ford, Colo. SENIOR CLASS-MEDICAL STILLEY, MARSHAPL A., X Z X, CIP K X . Masonic Guild. SPENCER, OcTAv1Us M., K KP . ST. jox-IN, J. HAROLD, QD B II, in K X ....... Class Honors, '12-'13, Assistant in Cllemistry, '12-'13, '13-'1 STONE, ELDON WRIGHT, K A, LP X . . Buddy Club. SWEEZEY, SAMUEL . THOMAS, IRI., A O A . . . Benton, Ky. . Bessemer, Ala. . Nashville, Tenn. 4. Bowling Green, Ky. . Vilna, Russia . Benton, Ky. SENIOR CLASS-MEDICAL VANDIVER, HORACE G. . . Trenton, Ala. President Senior Class. VICKERS, WILSON LEWIS . . Cumberland City, Tenn. Masonic Guild. WADDELL, JOHN R. . . Rogersville, Ala WALLER, CONSTANTINE PERKINS . . Nashville, Tenn. WALKER, STARNES E. . Atwood, Tenn. WALTON, CHARLES DOUGLAS, H M . . Nashville, Tenn. Masonic Guild. SENIOR CLASS-MEDICAL WARREN, HILL FREEMAN, K if .... ..... . . . Floaraclo, Texas Medical Football Team, '12-'13g 'val-sity, '1'3-'14, Class Basketball, '12-'13- '14g Medical Baseball, '12-'13-'143 Buddy Club, WELDON, DENNIS FRANKLIN, II M . WINN, WILLIAM Rolf, fl: B II . WOODRING, THOMAS VOLNEY, fb K E ......... 'Varsity'Football, '12, Scrub Football, '11: Medical Football, Football, '11, Class Baseball, '11-'12, Class Basketball, '12-'13, YOUNG, THOMAS I-Iucl-l, JR., A K K ......... QB. S. V. U. '12J. Lavonia, Ga. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. '13, Class Nashville, Tenn. Page ninety-fve .ff A ai F! .ff in. .-f ' www Q'-.M f. :S as 1 w HL? 1 8 1 5 J 1 9 1 5 Page ninety-seven MY EL g ' , 1 3 l 5 2 23 55122-?i' .' ff' r r i 'J' - 11:-. ? E 4 I Z Q 5 1 , 5 iq gf? , ,.,, - , a 4 2: if, ,f g : 31, 55 ? 43. ? , Lf- -gin -QQQ, . Q.-+-,E, 5 '! g. 7 " U-X .q fii-2 X Q 5 ' "QT"'??"' 'Iwr-kv 535. fiaf- jf? 7 ,,uf.' 1!'?P' 1-Y ' R-:.7 MR Xa ' '3U'fm wwf: Elflml Wow "ff ' 'f NSE 1ffH1'lr','1, II W- ff , 1 - E 1N'm3?-A Wm . jllrfllflll fn -1' P yn fl:'w,,fl1 1 lqlq w M I V fwmxh-,rggfi-gx4n?iuR: X xx ll' ,!lJA'IM W is ff - -: mf:-1 ' -'- -4- ' . V H. za ' 55 'gf' 'N 255551 : 'ff Tl .- ,Zi-22:57 unlor MCd1Ca1 Class OFFICERS H. LEYDA . . . ..... . . ' ..4. President P. G. POPE .... ..... V ice-Presidenl A. E. HOLMES . . ...... Secreiary-Treasurer S. S. GREENE . E. C. DONN . Commodore Represeniaiive Honor Commfllee ALD J. A. FORD J. W. KIRKPATRICK J. I-I. WINN J. I-I. HAMILTON ,gf Vxffvg, gif, , X I I .13 5 ABERCROMBIE, EUGENE, Q T 112 .... ASKEW, WESLEY, LAFAYETTE. . . . 'Varsity Eleven, '13-'14, BAXTER, THOMAS DUGAN, K Alf. .. BLOSSINGAME, CHAS. D., PH.B.. .. BONDURANT, ALPHEUS J., X Z BRYAN, A. L. .................. . BUNCH, RAY CALLIS, K N11 .... BYRD, B. F. .............. . l'l21SS Ptwfsideiil, '11,' 13. CARR, GORDON BENNETT ............. CHANDLER, ORVILLE BARNES, B.S., C.E CHAPMAN, SOLOMON JEFFERSON, A K K, JUNIOR CLASS-MEDICAL ....l-lomea Path, S. C. .. . .Marble Falls, Texas ....Wae0, Texas ....Chalyl-ieate, MISS. ....CImIest0f., Mo. ..........Chicago, III. ....B0w1Ing Green, Ky. ...sfookhavm MISS. . . . .lVlOrganfielCl, Ky. . ........ Union City, Tenn. A T Q. .BrOwnsVille, Tenn. CLINKSCALES, GRADY SEBASTIAN. .. .......,........... Starr, S. C. COFFEY, GEORGE CLEVELAND, K 111. . .. COMPERE, THOMAS HECHIGEE, B.A., 111 .. . . . ....lVlyrlle, Miss. X ......... Abilene, Texas CORNWELL, DALLAS LOWELL, A.B. ............... Lafayette, Tenn. DAUGHERTY, JOHN ALLEN, A.B., E A E, A K K. .Baton Rouge, La. DAVIN, CHARLIE C., 111 B H ................ New Richmond, Miss. DE BECK, CALVIN MORGAN, t1f 111. .. DONNALD, EDWIN Cox, B.S.. . .. DOUGLAS, ROY ARCHIE .... DONNELL, HERBERT .............. DONNELLY, ARTHUR D., A K K... DYER, LLOYD ELMER, B. A., 112 X. . .. ...... . . .Cl'IiCagO, lll. ....Due West, S. C. ....Yuma, Tenn. .....Na5IwIIIe, Term. ...Bowling Green, Ky. ....M0IAwIl, Tenn. EZELL, CARIOLANUS VALERIUS, A.B., A T A, ir TI'easuI'eI', '13-'14, FORD, JAMES ARTHUR, X11 K ..... FOSHEE, JOHN CLINTON, 111 B I1 ....... FOSTER, WILLIAM BELL, K Z, A K K .... .. FLY, JAMES CLAGGETT .................. B H. .Kapperl, Texas .....Arcadia, Fla. . . . . .BIIIingsIey, Ala. ..,Birmingl-Iam, Ala. ....Lyles, Tenn. GILL, ELRYRNE GRADY, A T A K K ............ Roanoke, Va. Honor Committee, '12-'13, COl'l'l111UdOl'G '1-1, Hustler Stalf, '153 Owl Club. GOFF, JESSE FRANKLIN ............... GOLDBERG, HARRY H., B.S., II M. . .. GREGORY, DAVID ALBERTUS, II M .... GREENE, SUMROW, X Z X ............. LEWIS, MILTON SMITH, K Ag fb B II ..... Owl Club. HALL, J. L. ................. . HAMILTON, JAMES HARVEY, K Alf .... HAMNER, LEWIS I-IERSCHELL, SZ T fI1.... HASTY, FRED E., X Z X .......... .. HEFFERMAN, JOHN FRANCIS, K Alf. .. HINTON, STERLING BUCHANAN ...,.... HOLMES, ALBERT EARLE, Q B II, K E. . ,. HUSBAND, WILLIAM G. ................. . JOHNSON, JULIUS ADAMS, B.S., A T Q ...... KIMBROUGH, CLAUDE JAMES, B.S., A.B. ..... . KIRKPATRICK, JERE WILLIAMS ......... Re1JI'eSeIItative, . . . .Lexinglon, Tenn. . . . .Nasl1Ville, Tenn. . . . .NaSl1Ville, Tenn. . . . .Vernon, Texas . . . .NashVille, Tenn. . . .Smill'IwiClc, Texas . .Fayc-rtteville, Tenn. ... .Camp Hil l, Ala. . . . .All:JerlVille, Ala. . . .Younglown, Ohio . . . .Adolphus, Ky. .....Tampa, Fla. ....Gould, Okla. Jackson, TAA. Tellieo Plains, Tenn. ..Copenhagen, Tenn. Page ninety-eight JUNIOR CLASS-MEDICAL KUYKENDALL, PERE MORAN, A.B., A T A, A M, II .Moocly, Texas LEAK, WILLIAM HARRY, A K E, A K K .,......, Jacksonville, Fla. Dramatic Club, '12-'13, '13-'14, '14-'15, Publicity Man- ager Dramatic Club, '14-'15. LEYDA, JAMES H. ............... .... L afayelte, Colo. President Class, ' 14-'15, MCCALEB, WALTER LEE ...... .............. D uelc River, Tenn. MELTON, EDWARD CABINUS, JR., X Z X, E A E ..... Canton, Miss. MOORE, THOMAS DAVID, JR., B.A., K KI' ........ Hopkinsville, Ky. NAIVE, JESSE BYRON ....... . . . ,Nasliville, Tenn. NORWOOD, JOHN KIRBY, E X ,..............,.... Jacksonville, Fla, President Class, '12-'13, Honor Committee, '12-'13, Dra- matic Club, '12-'13, '13-'14, '14-'15, Vice-President Dra- matic Club, '14-'15. NUNN, JOHN ALLISON, S2 T ir .... . ........ .College Grove, Tenn. OOLESBY, KNOWLES GITTINGS, PH.C., il X, .......... Bartow, Fla. Honor Committee, '13-'14, OTTOW, ALBERT FREDERICK. .. PALMER, ALONZO TRENT, Sli B H, B 9 II .... PARKER, J. H. ......... I .................. . Owl Club. PHILIPS, HERBERT LAMONTING .... POPE, PAUL GREENE, B.A., K XII. . .. POWERS, JOHN ELBERT, Q T if .... PRICE, HERBERT LEVI ........... .,.... . . .WalertOwn, Wis. . . . . . .lVlarsl1all, Mo. .Baltle Creek, Mich. PEAVY, HENRY JACKSON, B.A., A T A, X Z X ........ Byron, Ga. ...Gankley, Ala. .....Jaekson, Miss. ....Reagan Tenn. . . . .Naslaville, Tenn. RAY, CHARLES WELLS, B.A., K A, X Z X. .... Waxahachie, Texas Page ninety nine :Yi A ii. A Ni.. I 3, L ., - 'f-. e' ' -.'s..' H5 r B L Bea all 1 8 I 5 REAMS, GLENN H., B.S., A T Q, A K K ..,.... Winchester, Tenn. ROBINSON, LISLE B., E A E, A K K .... . . .lVlaclisOnville, Ky. RUCKER, B. AMBROSE, 2 A E, flv B H .......... Bedford Ciiy, Va. SANDFORD, JAMER ROBERT, B.A., K E, A K K ..... Henning, Tenn. SCHEFF, ABE, H M ................ Medical Football, '14, CCapt.7 SEALE, ENOCH CARUTH, PH.B.. . .. SHARP, ARA D., YP A E ....... SISK, IRA ROSCOE, PH.D., Q1 X... SMISSON, ROY CLAYTON, II M .... TORBETT, BERT M. ..... . ...... . THAXTON, GERALD BAIRD, Q T QD .... VAN NESS, ALLEN E., A K K... WALKER, GRANVILLE INMAN. .. WELDON, RICHARD, Xl' K .............. WEST, ANDREW L., B.S., A T A, X Z X... WHITE, HUGH DICKSON, B.S.. ., WHITE, JOEL JESSE, Q T 9 .... WINN, JOHN HENRY, Q1 B II .... WRIOI-IT, THURMAN GREGORY .... ..... WYCHE, GEO. GRIFFIN .... . . . . .Tuiwiler, Miss. . . .Oneil, Miss. .....Chieago, Ill. ...Morganson, N. C. . . . .Fort Valley, Ga. . . .Marlin, Texas . . . .Hem-ierta, Texas . . .Nasl1ville, Tenn. . . . .Savannali, Tenn. . . . .Conmer, Ky. .......AIhens, Ga. . . . .POlyteCl'mic, Texas . . . .Nashville, Tenn. . . . . . .Nasl1ville, Tenn. Elizabeth City, N. C. ... . . .Kennecly, Texas A I .PD 1 5 Page one hundred Page one hundred one QQ Q f l S l 5 :4f-- NIJ- --. 'f 'YL -1 ,pai -47 iv .351-v - fr -.1 -: A-.-- - ,. ,- L1 , 'A . 1 'f' ? i .fr --"E: .' - l ' 1 ' -. ' - '-'Z ' r' T Q . ' 8 1 .5 rn L '49 xx 0 1" l V ' 1- HZ E 5:1 -Ni - 15 -u:v:- .E --f-'4 ...' J- . . -r E .f... ' "' . .' ' ":',,:'1"- 'hx --3'fi-55:EET'-3?45iE"Z'Tf?'EE??E'F'-?."'??.",", f- .. '--:- 1 we fffiiimfiismhfa .2 139' '?'fff1f'2-17.23-Qi HEEL xf E .. , g 4. ' ' YQ' - , r.z:f":g ,Q 'fe ::.::u-..:1E:.:- .- . . 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Honor Commillee J. B. WHITE, Chairman W. XV. BELL M. F. HUDSON S. S. MCGILE P. O. LEWIS 1 -9 I 5 ANDERSON, WALTER H., A T A, 111 K .... Reserve Football Team, '14. BAKER, CHARLES E., B.S., K II' .... BARTLINO, CLARENCE W., .. BECTON, JAMES A. .............. , BEELER, JAMES M., B.S., A 0 A .... BELL, WARREN W., flf K XII, fb B H. .. Honor l'OITImiilee, '1-I-'15. SOPHOMORE .... . . . .AtlTens, Ala. ... . .ClaremOnt, Ill. Loclcwoocl, Mo. . .lVIurfreeSl:JOro, Tenn. ...... . .Clinton, Ky. . . .NaslIville, Tenn. BINKLEY, JOHN FREY ......................... Springfield, Tenn. Soc-retary and Treasurer Sophomore Class. BOONE, JAMES LUNSEORD, E N .................. Tallahassee, Fla. Sf-r'I'OtzII'y mul Treasurer Class, '13 '14 BROWN, ELDRIDGE TRACY, K Alf ............ .... C leveland, Ala. I n s v BROWN, EMMETT EZRA, PH.C. ........... .... N ashville, Vic-c-'PI'c:sidc'I1t SU1Jl10l'i101'Q Class. BRYAN, NELSON AUGUSTUS, AB., A K K .... .... L ebanon, BRYANT, KUEBEL ALMON, B.S. .......... .... T I-enton BURCHFIELD, GEORGE WINSTEAD, H M. .. .... Dandridge BURNETT, JAMES TILLMAN ..... ..... ..... T i pionville BURRUS, SWAN, A T Q ..... Woodland Mill CAMP, WILLIAM ............. ..... N ashville, COHN, MAURICE H., A O A ...... COSTEN. F. C., A T Q, A K K ......... President Freshman Class, '13-'1-l. DAVIS, CHAS. H., K E, A K K ....... DEAVER. CLYDE WILSON ......... EHRICH, MORTIMER ALFRED .... . . . .FL Worth Term. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Term. Tenn. Term. TexaS . . .ParagOulcl, Arla. . . . .ArlingtOn, Texas. . . . .Cl-evelarid, Ala. . . . Bainlariclge, Ga. CLASS-MEDICAL ELLIS, MURY IRVIN, K XII .... .... J acksonville, Fla. FOUNTAIN, JAMES ANDERSON .... .... R eynolds, Ga. FRANKLIN, JOHN ....... ...... G allatin, Tenn. GIBBS, DOZIER HENRY .......... ...Alabama City, Ala. GIBSON, LEE K., A T A, CIP B, II .... ...... N evada, Mo. GILL, WILLIAM DAVIS, PH.G. .......... .... D allas, Texas Assistant in Chemical Laboratory. GREER, JOSEPH JOHNSON. ........... ...Pikeville, Tenn. HAGAN, BURGESS M., fID A 9 .... .... G reenville, Texas . . .All3eriville, Ala. I-IALL, BURTIS O. .,........... . HALE, CLAUDE EDWIN, 111 A E .... .... C l-Iicago, Ill. HARMON, WALTER S., X Z X ........ , ..... .... A thens, La. HENDERSON, CHARLES WILLIAM, B.A., K A. .. .... Tampa, Fla. HENDERSON, ROBERT PRESTON, K A, 111 X ........... Tampa, Fla. HERRON, STANFORD MORTON, B.S., A T Q, X Z X. .Jackson, Tenn. HOLMES, ROY J., A T Q, SI' B TI .......... ......... W adley, Ga. HUTCHINCS, EDGAR POWELL, T A ....., .... M ai-lin, Texas HUDSON, MILLARD FILMORE, PH.C., K Alf. .. ...MorrisIown, Tenn. Honor Committee, '14-'15, JAMES, DAVID HAMILTON, B.A., K II' ...... .... T ruxno, La. Chairman Honor Committee, '13-'14. . . . .TruxnO, La. JAMES, JESSE A., K AI' .......... ...... JONES, RICHARD .......... .... B essmay, Texas . . . . . .Alion, lll. KAUFFOLD, HENRY, KTA X... KAZAR, JAY JUSTIN ..... ..., A urora, Ill. Page one hundred Iwo , T 1 9 l 5 SOPHOMORE CLASS-MEDICAL KING, NORMAN .........,....... ..... W aco, Texas KLINE, HENRY L., 111 K XP, A K K... ,... Nashville, Tenn. LEWIS, PRESTON O. ........... .... B irmingham, Ala. Honor Committee, '14-'15. LITTERER, JOS. I-IENRY, B.S., K E, A K K, KD B K. .Nashville Tenn. , Vice-President Class, '13-'llg Commoclore Representative Sophomore Class. LONG, GROSS R., A K K .... LUPO, CARL WILTON. ......... . MAXWELL, RALPH EARL, X Z X. . . .. Freshman Scholarship, '13-'14, MCCULLOUGH, WALTER ARLINGTON. .. MCGILL, SAM DAVIS .......... MCMEEN, CLIFTON G., 112 B H. .. MCNEIL, CLYDE L. .......... . MELLEN, ROBERT I-I., X Z X ..... President Sophomore Class. MILLS, ALVIN L., K All .......... MYERS, CLAUDE DEWEY .... PATE, EARL EMMETT, K XI' ........ PHELPS, BRUCE MARION M., 111 X. ,. Honor Committee, '13-'14. PILKINGTON, LOYD ........... POLK, JOSEPH R., II K A. .. 'T73.Y'Slty Baseball. QUAY, JOHN EDWARD. .... REINBERGER, JAMES ROLAND ........ REYER, GEORGE W., fli K XII, A K K... 'Varsity Football Team, '12-'13-'14, Teanl, '12-'13, '13-'14, Owl Club. Page one hundred three . . . .Nasl1Ville, Tenn. . . .Vienna, Ca. .. . .Selma, Cal. . , .Ruleville, Miss. ... . . . .Camden, Ark. Carters Creek, Tenn. ........ROgers, Ark. . . .Seattle, Wash. . . .JaCksOnville, Fla. . . .l-louslon, Texas . . .BlOuntsVille, Ala. . . . .LOwVille, N. Y. . . . .Gallatin, Tenn. . . .Birmingham, Ala. . . . . .WaCo, Texas ...Pine Bluff, Ark. .. . . . . . . . .Nasl'1Ville, Tenn. 'Varsity Basketball ROAN, OMER ...............,. ROBERTSON, CHARLES A., fb X.. . ROWE, JNO. F., JR. ......,... .... . SCHOONMAKER, GUY D., A.B., E N .... ........E.Va, Ala. . . .l-lopkinsville, Ky. . . . . .WaCO, Texas Minneapolis, Minn. SCOTT, RUBY THEODORE ................ .... M orrisville, N. C. SEARIGHT, MATTHEW WILSON, JR., A T Q ....... .Birmingl'Iam, Ala. Glee Club, '13-'1-lg Cheer Leader South Campus, '14-'15, Accompaniment Glee Club. SHARP, T. I-IILLIARD ...,....... ...Flalwoods, Tenn. SYKES, AMMIE T., A T A ....................... Franklin, Tenn. 'Varsity Football Team, '11-'12, '13-'14, Captain Football Team, '14: Baseball, '12-'13-'1-lg Owl Club, Commodore Club, President Commodore Club. SIMPSON, JOHN WILLIAMS, B.A., E A E .... ...Birmingham, Ala. Glee Club, '13-'14. SIMPSON, ROY LEE., 112 B II ........ SINIARD, EMMETT CLARENCE, K XII. .. SMITH, LESLIE MCKNIGHT. .. SWAIN, RICHARD. ....,... . STERLING, WILLIAM C., JR. ...... .. TRENTZSCH, PHILIP JOHN, A K K. .. TUBE, CLAUD EVANS, A T X Z X .... .... WAMPLER, GEORGE M. ...........,.. . WATSON, GEORGE R. ............ . WHITE, JESSE B., PH.C., A K K ..... Chairman Honor Committee, '14-15. WILKERSON, LONNIE OTTO, B.S., Cla X, fb . . .TusCalOOsa, Ala. . . . .CollinsVille, Ala. . . .Marlii-I, Texas , .......... Alton, Ill. ...Sulphur Springs, Texas . . . . . .DOdgeVille, Wis. . . . . .Spa-xrla, Tenn. .South Pittsburg, Tenn. WOOD, CHARLES STERLING .... . . .......... . . .Bessmay, WOOD, NORMAN ISSAC. .. . . . . .Tl'IOrpe, Tenn. . . . .BrOwnsville, Tenn. B K ...... Stanlon, Tenn. Texas . . . Bessmay, Texas X 1 sn 1 5 E 41 if iff 4 . FRESH MAN MEDICAL CLASS Page one hundred four 'mf 'I if 5 3 Fx Senior Class -Dental OFFICERS TROY COFFMAN ....... . E. GLENN SALMONS .... W. B. CLOTWORTHY . . . Miss GLADYS GRIFFXS H. J. LAMBERT . . j. E. RICHARDSON . R. D. Boyuis . . T. M. EDWARDS . . . j. LESTER CURRY . . H. A. GRAV1-:s ..... . . . . . .President . . . . Vice-President . . Secretary Treasurer Hfsiorian Prophet . Poe! . Valeclfciorian Commodore Representative . . . . , Sergeant-ai-Arms SENIOR CLASS-DENTAL. BACON, G. W., JR., A E A . . . ...... Killeen, Texas Chairman Invitation Committee, '14-'15g Morgan Club. Bouas, D. M., A E A . . J Chairman Picture Committee, '14-'15g Secretary Morgan Club. BOYLES, R. D., A E A Class Poet, '14-'15. BUTLER, L. D., X11 Q . Morgan Club. CHICHESTER, T. A., JR., XII Ci.oTwoRTHY, W. B., E XI' Q, K fl? . Whitehouse, Tenn Clinton, Miss. , Eclwarcls, Miss. Knoxville, Tenn. Secretary Class, '14-'15g Vice-President South Campus Student Associa- tion, ' 14-'15. aeksonville, Texas. W 1 rv-1f71'1':,2f8 -Q27 -.fi".'WL"?'i.?.gZ?h1iQ'f'::Q2'Qgg7',2j.,Q-j?,j."fF1f 1.51, 9,9 w2f?,1"'w,'ZffLq9'f1 '55-.55--.,.4I,g3jfn.f ix 1 0 -e .1 ' ' . 'gfzjy-,,e,--1 443 wg.:-ii-.eff44354-.-.51 , -3.,:'p'.,,gffg f-3,:-rgisay .,, .f-NWS-wgf4..:'1'q,.v:,5, 4: ' " ' f , . .f szvfr 2' I f W .-f+-ew--..- 'ff ' -mf...-1-.-f,-4' - - ' ' "-'- - ' f yn:-we -A if-9.3. :ig-4 ..,v4-.,. .z --. ,, . I 411115-4f'L!..zii-75?-5'-'EI12115412--' i f 5" - . 1.0-141,-wif. M411-1.--,.f-1. -f fe - .' M vw'27"?,-2'1j+Q2'?kg-.gf .-',j53p ', , ' ' afrwm .iv p,Q,,v.J1mfm-.,...eaQ' --f- ewfsQg4,.1.fgQfyZgMq,fggA:,4pgQ.gff. , ' A. 7.f!7:".f-' :-:-6.f:'i','x-.f,4.y5- 2 .favfdpnv " ., "f .-'imf .f ,..g5,f3Q7..fb in-ze:4'f if '. :fn H945 ,. 1:35-'f x'f.yI.',5 Jim. 1 . v -k7.,5.,, , --1 . 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'-:":':L21W"V1m :cw ' f. - Q,".LQ35f'f' '-f,-f.if.fn-.am-'lf 15.1S4::f.- wa". recxffip :Q--J ' -.Hi-k4""7"RfA 4h '-'- ff- .f ,V ..sg5w ex:-w-mi: ' 55511935 flfffi f ., 'JJ.z2fnL'.' . .few 72.3222 if 4 'f'f-L '..' vs: . 470 f- .-. 7 1 M4 f' ' U1 SENIOR CLASS-DENTAL COFFMAN, TROY, A E A ..... .... ..... H a rrison, Ark. President Class, '14-'15g Commodore Representative Class, '13-'14, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet South Campus, Morgan Club. CONNER, T., X11 Q . . .......... . . Oxford, Miss. Treasurer Y. M. C. A., South Campus Cabinet: Morgan Club. CUMMINS, O., A E A . Cookville, Tenn. Morgan Club. CURRY, j. LESTER, A E A ............. Killeen, Texas President Class, '12-'13, Treasurer South Campus Student Association, '14-'15, Commodore Representative Class, '14-'15, President Morgan Club. EDWARDS, T. M., A E A ..... .... . Barren Fork, Ark. Valedictorian Class, '14-'15, Treasurer Morgan Club.- GRAVES, H. A. I ...... . . .... . Cooclleltsville, Tenn. Vice-President Class, '13-'14, Sergeant-at-Arms Class, '14-'15, SENIOR CLASS-DENTAL GRIFFIS, Miss GLADYS, A A A . . . . . . .... . . . Paris, Texas Secretary Class, '12-'13, Treasurer Class, '13-'14, '14-'15, Morgan Club. HAPPY, FRANK F., A 2 A ............ , Cleveland, Ohio Commodore Representative Class, '12-'13, Chairman Ring Committee, '14- '15, Commodore Band, Morgan Club. Housn, R. L., XII Q , . Anniston, Ala. Morgan Club. - HU'rcH1soN, W. T., JR., X11 Q .... . . . . .... Nashville, Tenn. 'Varsity Basketball, '12-'13, Assistant Manager Basketball, '13-'14, Med.- Dent. Football, '12-'13, Cheer Leader Dental Department. JOHNSON, F. C., 111 fl ...... . . . . Paragould, Ark. , Vice-President Class, '12-'13, Morgan Club. KASPER, A. F., A E A .............. Madison, Ind. Reserve Football, '14, Med.-Dent. Football, '13, Dept. Baseball, '13, Dept. Basketball, '13, Morgan Club. ,F x,...,.L,s l If'.lxL' ,'1'7' u," ' , ,- l 'lv-fi' 1 '-3 5 fa I ' 1,-1 -,c,,g-..'!1 'gin' Q. w. r,- ,, 1,1 1:-SV' Y A . ' ,gfglm+'- ff " 1.9 :mf .y.,.i ,. M-" ' Y A ,1.,'.4 fgflfg 1 'I l . . I, ., ,L , .Hi ri ,V- f. T,-E. .r, 4 ,.. -sw ., .,. U5 4-3- J.' fllflfl A l'11'ff:is',' SENIOR CLASS-DENTAL KNOX, F- D. . Nashville, Tenn LAMBERT, I-l. J., IE, XI' KD ..........,.... Oxford, Ga Historian Class, '14-'15, Dept. Basketball, Med.-Dent. Football, Morgan Club. MARTIN, W. W., XII SZ, QD K E . Pulaski, Tenn Morgan Club. MCMURPHY, T. L., Xl' Q . Bellview, Ala lllorgan Club. MOORE, A., XII Q . . Knoxville, Tenn PICKERING, C. F., K E, Xlf Q . . . X ..... . . . Clarksville, Tenn President Class, '13-'l4g Commodore Representative, '12-'13g Recording Secretary Y. M, C. A., '13-'14g Vice-President Y. M. C. A., '14-'15p Mo1'g'an Club. SENIOR CLASS-DEN TAL RICHARDSON, E., B.A. ...... . Shreveport, La Class Prophet, '14-'15, Morgan Club. SALMONS, E. GLENN, A E A . . . . . . . Boone, N. C Vice-President Class, '14-'15g Morgan Club. SHAW, H., A E A . . . Bridgeport, Ala Morgan Club. " TI-IE ACADEIVII' lt's a long way to Dip-erary, lt's a long way to gog lt's a long way to Dip-erary, Where the keys and sheep-skins So let's start a hesitation, Tap that keg o' heerg lt's a long, long way to Dip-erary, But life's all right here. ANECDOTE. At one of the recent "Offen- hauser " given by Chance, the fol- lowing conversation was heard: Chance: " Mr. Sell, are you from East Tennessee?" Bill Sell Cbetween ehawslz t'NaW, do you think Tm poor White trash? " Chan-ee: " My wife is from East Tennessee." Page one hundred thirteen I 5 , ,..i J, Q 'E 1 9 1 e pf Rejected Contributions FAMOUS QUOTATIONS '1That's all right, i loxes grow. me!"-Meade Frierson, Jr. "I-Ie's not there yet, but hes getting there."-H. B. Carre "If we lose again today, l in a ruined man."-J. N. Campbell RAMBUNCTIOUS RAIVIBLING Hagen had a fearsome ram- - That ram was mighty Wooley- l'le took him to his class each clay To feed on freshmen hull-y. CHORUS Rah for Hagen, a H Buzzard" for the ram, Fifteen rahs for young 'ls who dicln't give a af ":Censo1-ed out on account of Dean Tillet's feelings on the matter. TO -- There was a co-ed from San Josef' Whose cheeks were perfectly rosey, She would skate on the lake Till the thin ice would hrealc, And the water ran over her tosie. 5'lRecords say San Diego, hut this does not rhy me well here X W3 14,15 ml. K3 I -' 5 1 5 Page one hundred fourieen Page one hu Q M 1 9 1 I . , I ,v -,h ' 'Mg' x . -. V,.g. ,D-, ,Q Qsxggg, XXI., f, If' - ,Z 1162? if , V Am -xx. x N r . . ff, xg 11. - H , X 0 4 riff, xx- X qu. If N X Q , ' ,' - f fi , ' X . " . 1 " ' 'X -f-L4 ... .4 - q N. .r , - Q .-- i s- ,. ...M -1' - - , 1 1 . rf- - ., --1 - '- -- - .sig Y: , . -5 5- I 3 ,fr--Q-4 , -xl . I f I . L 2 - gg xy?-Hwy If 3 'I .1 Q x- : . -Y -x 4: , ,f V H' YQ - u "I 1 3 q.'N" I .1 . H it 13 K' . - " ' I ' ff - - V ll, , N i ' ' ' ' J ! ' J 'WI . -. A - ! ' J umor Class-Dental I OFFICERS I. R. CURREY .... . . . . . ., . . . President R. A. READUS ..... . ...... Vice-President W. A. STALWORTI-I . . ..... Secrelary and Treasurer H. A. MCCASLIN . . Commodore Represenlaifve ndrecl ffleen Q P 5 JUNIOR CLASS-DENTAL I JJ 1 Fu AUCUSTINE, L. S.... ....... Tampa, Fla. ANDERSON, P. T... .... Williamsport, Tenn. ADAMS, E- B-y El XI' 'I'-H .... Knobnaster, Mo. BONTLY, I. A., Alf Q .......... ,,,, M adison, Xlvis, CURRY, I. R., A T A, A E A ,.................... Marlin, Texas Pl'L1SlLlG'l'lt of Class, '14-'15, 'Varsity Football Team, '13-'l-l, '1-l-'15, Commodore Baud: 'Varsity Track Team, '13-'lilz Commorlore Band, '14-' COLEMAN, N. H.. Nl' S? ....... ...... . CLINE, J. L. ......... . CRUSE, S. G., Al' FALLS, j. B., II K flv, All SZ... FEYLI-LR, H. P., E' Alf fI1 ..... Glee Club. FORT, M. CI. .......... . C-ALLAWAY, R. E., Xl' SZ. .. l'llNSON, P. F.. ..... .. HAYS, S. C., A E HOPKINS, A., Xl' S2 ..... . l'lINTON, H. E., EI All fb... JONES, T. S., jR., XI' KINQ, A. L. ....... . KAY, S. E., E All 111. . .. LAMB, R. D., EI All flv... LEACH, A. CI., Klf LIDDELL, A. M., K MINOR, JOE, 11' Sl .... Moss, R. P. .......... . MORGAN, A. M., A E A... COID1110ClUl'C Band. ..Marsl1all, Texas . . .Kennecly, Ala. .Clevelancl, Texas ...Central, 5. C. .Portsmoutl'I, Ohio Tuscaloosa, Ala. Fayetteville, . . . .Kenton, . .Bradford . . .Gulfport, Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Miss. . . .Adolpl1us, Ky. .Russellville Ala. .Anderson, Hillsboro, . Middleport, . . .Alvord, .. . .Fayette, . .Nasl'Iville, . . .Corway . . .Dayton. S. C. Ohio Ohio Texas Miss. Tenn. Ark. Tenn. MURPHY, L.. C., E A E ....... ...Morristown, Tenn. MORGAN, W. M., B.A., KID A 9 ................. Nashville, Tenn. Owl Club, '12-'13, 'Varsity Basketball, '11-'12, '12-'13, '13-'14, 'Varsity Nine, '10-'11, '11-'12, '12-'13, '13-'14, Captain 'Varsity Nine, '12-'13, Commodore Club, '13-'14, Pan-Hellenic Council, '13-'14, President Freslimzin Den- tal, -'13-'14. MAYBERRY, O. C., A Z A ........ . Vice-President Morgan Club. MCCRARY, B. W., E Xl' YP ........ . MCKENNON, F. A., -Alf Q. .. .Cookc-zville, Tenn. Forrest City, Ark. .Russellville, Ark. MCCASLIN, H. l-l., E XI' CD .................... Sweetwater, Tenn. Commodore Representative of Class '14-'15. NAPIER, E. Y., Z N ......,......... .... ........ W a verly, Tenn. NEAL, M. A..., ..... .. PAMPLIN, W. H., Alf . .. Commodore Baud. PRYOR, J. L., A E A.... RIDDLE, N. B., A E A .... R1-:DUs, R. A., E, XII fb ...... Vice-President of Class. REEVES, H., XI' Q ......... SEEMAN, G. F., Alf SHARP, J. CL, E A E .... Owl Club, '14-'15, STEWART, j. H. .......... . Commodore Baud. STALWORTH, W. A., A E A.... Secretary of Class, '14-'15, ToIvI, P. W., X11 S2 ............ . TAYLOR, J. T., A E A... WELBURN, O. M.. .. WILLIS, R. M. .......... Commodore Band. Forrest City, Ark. Fayetteville, Tenn. . .WhiIwell, Tenn. . . . . .RiclClle, La. . . .Sl1annon, Miss. . . . . .Zelinlon, Ga. . . .Nasl'Iville, Tenn. . . .Knoxville, Tenn. . . . .Maulton, Ala. . . . .Marlin, Texas . . . .Runge, Texas ..Carrolton, Miss. . .Palestine-:, Texas ....Magnolia, Ark. Page one hundred sixteen WW Sprawl JI: 3'3" fwiv' 7 "lf Q 1 S3 1 5 f xg K Q . ss W, l l I X N K X I II f W CHANC H YOUR NM. KX X N ,A Huh' M W avlsildlc I V- 1 .' 11 , E", 'f "' Q 9 woul- 'T BE X M xx Q I' 'M ' 1'sl"l' X I ' f T""'mT' X . X gl. 3 4 f " ', we LELQ1' vv. ,ELLIOT XX bl I I - ,- gl A a Y Knssan . X x yfx . , fyflvyi M' 4 PIX THE RANSOME COLL ELE " W!! 1? f .,... X X -X OF GENTLE ART 5. f ff" : !W?I SCNUERMDN g i Q wa TEACH JELLY- BEANING ,Z FOR X AUTO X I X , 1 X O E. Q W4 V' -f' vc, LO. , X Q X ! ?cT1A:Eso:ri,E5:x22y:lv?eENriIS V B U 1 coli 'fix X -, 1 lx J Yoa sPo:1L:+nFnRls,Arq:sZT:isLo 1- , iz Pd Y R ' f1'q? 4lff'!f!f V 97 vi! AX 1 X S XX X XZJVN ff, 7 lil W ff wmv Ez:2 sr' E gi fHfxf1wAL MOSXLDREH lg WALK IN -- '1:ovv:g.gr" EZNKMQW f A L9 V Q Y V fre' 0' - ' as unwauzl 053' 6 ' QCMKYE ., g p w'5'??wm READ rm-f A' X S Mumffiflu- Q 50 T0 . L- 1 'NZ-F' 'OBSERYERU' Q W XS Q HOUSE 5 ms1'EAD or X UYEQS 'I Z . , Z I E 22 ? Q" 'X X Q Xxx E XXX 7 fa W I iw Q Q ,IT I5 f Q gpg W X If W lllllllll l ,, .,.,.,i I . X X LEMON K qu, llll -I-sf.x ...u u,-U... . X . mp 5 4 ff , "-lun,-Bl' 11.94151mlm.x1u..nL5ff5:if!1gZs5QFlg ..-.. - ' ' f 5ERvfD ,,,m1f"' 9 k xj . l, ll DURING IH" . -1 Wm wms H BRING YOUQ WATCH TO Tis l E JW T Kewcwfvm ,. ML - 1-HE 51-vocfn-5 - 1 aa K if Page one hundred sevenicen X, "" I 9 I '5 Y x Page one hundred eighlech ff' ai ff' Q Q95 M 1 9 1 5 Lfx 'AQ , P J Q Lei- Ii' 1 1 V- . ' ' J JJ L " . L , ., f-PM -- . 1 IJ . - - - , - 5 " , ., I Vi. 3' it ,Lg neil' s X 4 as 'vo ,. . JM Z --Q .' , -' y 4 ff f M. wx .. ff L-, . . gf , . , 4 K5 ' if f fi" 1 -fl!-'5. 4, P N 'lf W2 li! Y J ! " I 1, J uf f. ' ' ffA'N'f ' ,Qi . f 'IZ n fill ij' E 4? L!! xl. f" I X ' . -yi" h 1 If E Q ' i ,,f IM , ' 1 L o f QF W- fx 3-' I' 'fl -,,f-'QZT.:an-ss2:lv7 QPIl-A! N .I , g 'X ' gp , .55 ,J , ff Ndf W' www, W L in 5 ' Q ' ' A ' 1157 Freshman Dental Class OFFICERS W. G. TRULOCK . . President M. L. NORAMORE .... . . Vice-Presidenl J. FLEMING ..... ,,,,. S ccrelar B. C. HOLDER ...... ......... T reasurer T. H. CLEVELAND . . Commodore Represeniaifvc Page one hundred nineteen FTSFVATPA W? I-'wg A e f if ' A ly I .43 1 5 ANDERTON. M. W., E A11 fb. ,.... ....... BOWMAN, CLINT, 111 K 111, Pledge EI Alf 111. .. BLAIR, W. M., A E A ..... . CECIL, T. E., Pledge E X11 CHILDERS, M. A., Alf S2 .... . CLEVELAND, T. H., X1f Q, E A E .... . CRAIG, L. P., X11 Q .,.. . DAVIS, P. M., A E A .... . EUBANKS, H. Ci., A11 Q .... . FLEMING, J. R., X11 Q .... . GALLAGHER, H. M. ..... HUBBS, C. E.. . .. HARRIS, C. E., Pledge EI 111 111 ..... HOLDER, B. CARL, A E A ..... HARVEY, J. T., JR., Alf Q ..... FRESHMAN . . . .WinehesIer, Tenn. . .... Uvalde, Texas .....Paris, Ark. . . . . .Erwin, Tenn. . . . .Lufl-sin, Texas .. . .Centreville, Ale. ....Linden, Tenn. ..Bowling Green, Ky. . . . .Columl::us, Miss. . . . . .Roclcwood, Tenn. .Virginia City, Nevada .... . . .Benton, Ky. . . . .Knoxville, Tenn. . . . .lVlart, Texas . . . .Nicl1olasville, Ky. CLASS-DENTAL KANE, E. S., E X11 df, dv LASSITER, J. T., A E A MCDONALD, J. A. .... . NARAMORE, M. L., XII Q OGLESBY, E. M., 11' O'QUINN, W. L., X11 Q. PORTER, C. E., X11 . .. SMITH, A. M., JR., A E SIGAL, MAX ........... SHELTON, F. F. .,.. . K XI' .... . . . IA.. SIMPSON, R. T., N11 Q ..... SMITH. JEAN V., KI' TRULOCK, W. G., N11 YZ TICHENOR, W. J., 11' Q. THOMAS, LEE ..... WILKERSON, J. B., N11 Q . Palestine, Texas ...Merryville, La. . . . .Sanora, Texas .lVlancl'iester, Ala. .....Bartow, Fla. . . . .Lufkin, Texas .Cc-mtreville, Tenn. . . ...... Arcades, Fla. Chattanooga, Tenn ..Tusealoosa, Ala. ....Jasper, Tenn. ....Somerset, Ky. ....Glory, Texas. ..Nashville, Tenn. ..PIanr Cixy, Fla. ...Pratlville, Ala. APage one hundred imeniy Senior Class+Biblical OFFICERS C. HALL . X . President , L. G. HAGARD . . . Vice-Presfdenl k j. N. PAsco . . . . . Secretary and Treasurer F. S. CROWE . . . . Commodore Representative SENIOR CLASS-BIBLICAL BOBBITT, L. B., AB., Uohns Hopkinsj, E X, CI' B K . . Baltimore, Md. Secretary Biblical De'partment. CROPPER, W. V., B.A. QKy. Wesleyanj ..... . Nashlown, Ky. Chairman Bible Study Committee, Y. M. C. A. ' CROWE, F. S., Pi-LB. fMai-vinj, E A E ....... , Fredericktown, Mo. Vice-President Tennis Club: Thomas Carter Club: Commodore Represen- tative Middle Class and Senior Class: Treasurer Y. M. C. A., ,131 Chair- man Reception Committee, Y. M. C. A. GUNTER, A. L., B.A. fNewberryj ........... Wagener, S. C. Thanksgiving Debater, '13, Debating Council, Critic Dialectic Literary Society: Chairman Bible Study Committee, Y. M. C. A., President Y. M. C. A., Thomas Carter Club: Theological Club: Secretary Middle Class. HAGARD, L. G., B.A. fSoulhwesternJ ........ Midlothian, Texas Vice-President Senior Class. HALL, C. W., B.A. fSoulhwesternD .... . . . . Leander, Texas Presiclent Senior Class, Secretary-Treasurei' Y. M. C. A. SENIOR CLASS-BIBLICAL MCGEHEE, C. D. . . New Orleans, La. NAYLOR, G. D., B.A. fRandolph-Maconj, T KA ..... Washington, D. C. Chairman Missionary Committee, Y. M. C. A.g Leader Volunteer Band. PAsco, J. N ...... . . . . ........ Toluca, Mexico Theological Club: Thomas Carter Clubg Cosmopolitan Clubg Secretary Sen- ior Classy Vice-Presiflent Middle Class: President Y. M. C. A. W 1 9 1 5 Middle Class-Biblical Department OFFICERS I-I. V. CAMPBELL . ..... , President E. Ca. HILL .... . Vice-Prcsizieni R. E.. ALLDAY . . Secreiary-Treasurer E. W. BARTLEY . . . . Commodore Represenialive MEMBERS ALLDAY, ROBERT EGBERT ....,. BARTLEY. ELBRIDGE WESLEY .... CAMPBELL, HOMER ULYSSES. .. GILBERT, GEORGE LESLIE ..... HILL, EDGAR GARLIC .... Page one hundred lnzeniy-five . . . . . . . . . .Texas University . . . .Central College, Missouri . ..,.. Central College, Missouri . .Clarendon College, Oklaluoina . . . . .Randolph-Macon, Virginia Born, WILLIAM SHERMAN. .. MCMICKEN, WILLIAM P. .... . MOTOYOSHI, JAMES KIYOSHI .... .. OSI-IIMA, TAKOYOSHI ......... . . . . .Southwestern University .. .,..... Kwansei Gakuin TOUCHSTONE, CARY ............... Southwestern University, CRAWLEY, ELWOOD RAGLAND. . . . ,Polytechnic College, Texas . . . . .Kwansei Cxakuin, Texas Japan Japan Texas . . . .Randolph-Macon, Virginia unlor Blbllcal Class . . . .West Virginia , ........ China ....Bedf0fd, va. ...North Carolina ..NashviIle, Tenn. Blue springs, MO. . .NashviIle, Tenn ..Ashevi11e, N. C. ....Lavaca, Ark. Page one hundred imcnly slx Senior' Class -Pharmacy OFFICERS L. A. HAGAN . . . .... . . . President H. S. MOODY .... ....... V ice-President C. O. BEASLEY . . .... Secretary and Treasurer E.. S. LOYD . . Qommodorc Representative SENIOR CLASS ANDERSON, JNO. BELL, fb K Xlf . BEASLEY, CLOYD O., A T O ..... Secretary and Treasurer Senior Class HAGAN, LEWIS A.. . . . President Senior Class. LOYD, ELMER S., K E .... . . Commodore Represeniative of Senior MooDY, HEINYS S ..... Vice-President Senior Class. SIMPSON, Miss ERMA . ..... . Winlxel' of Max Bloomsteirx Medal in -PHARMACY Laboratory Assistant. Class. Junior Class. Gainesboro, Tenn. Hohenwald, Tenn. . Prospect, Tenn. :j i ng . -xl Pulaski, Tenn. '+' A Altavista, Va ' ' . Hamburg, Ark. 1z?fSI?Q'7iT-1' ' ACP 4-41,4-:', 1.4 --1'-1-Q If f 4:' ,. f V3.3 f.. , .':,,4,. .. 4 ., ,C ' Q., 95' i .3 P,- f, My ffz .. .., rff:."'..!: v1.1-'L ',13f42.f-7 ..,-3.-,-lf 1 A . l . f- -. zwuf'-f:,v..-...-.14:" " -S",-ff' rw-214- X' ' - gw'Qg."ffq 2ffs":.l.'2:ig1-:ZW My 5iQ5L"'f-'Wir . 351' V: -:fir-5'1-,.,Q1y2 'lf.':f'.i'L2. -lvfwrffl D , 'af' . " f.':'f ff.1.'.'f-Kfivt''Y-fQ'e2.f'wf ' f , -. .W ,A 1 fl, --"-.ggay wi., -6.-Eyjifiiy, -'K f1v2'2.'L -',--,P gp'-' A f, ,g-,252 f'Zv-12'2P"Ck,:-'J " ,W K v'rf.'au'3L f ' 5' 'ff -1552" "Q, 'Z 1- ' ' Qfzflil Qt.-f.-.'-:i SENiOR CLASS-PHARMACY WATROUS, Miss JOSEPHINE . . . Nashville, Tenn WHITLOW, WILLIAM D., 111 K XI' . . . . Hamburg, Ark Honor Man of Senior Class. I 5 1 8 A Medfs Inventory Stististics The following epitaph was found scribbled on the walls of a South Nashville boarding house: Been broke, 36l times. l-lad money, 4 times. Had laundry done, six times. Went to picture shows, 439 times. Went to Vendome, once. Lost on World Series, 33.75. Lost on football games, 355.00-S5l.45-I-33.50-P 50.30-Sl0.00. Missed prayer meeting, 52 times. Got whipped, 0. Whipped others, 32 times. Mistaken for a Dent., one time. Got money from old man, fifteen t Joined Y. M. C. A., four times. Won when Germans did not get to forty cents. imes. Paris by October l, Cash on hand at beginning, 51.67. Cash on hand at ending, i5 cents. Page one hundred thirty-one Average age of student, twenty years. Average height, five feet, seven inches. Average weight, l49 pounds. Chancellor Kirkland is 1 years old. Eighty-nine per cent of students believe courses at V. U. are too hard. Eleven per cent of students carry only crips. - Forty-seven per cent of student body, Meds. excepted, favor chapel for Meds. With Meds., forty-eight per cent. Number of co-eds, 79, more or less. Eighty-three per cent use tobacco. There are nine students taking Math. ll. Dr. Mims once contributed to the Atlantic Monthly. fl-lear lectures in English I, ll, III, and VJ There is one co-ed in the Engineering Department. Final results of the Vandy-North Carolina game- John Neal Campbell raises cost of books twenty per cent. Dr. Martin has the most interesting courses in the Uni- versity. fWe donit know who forl. Three Seniors have decided what they are going to do when they finish school. All three are on the Senior German Committee. Q l 8 1 5 M ,A,. , A 1. . - 4 '1 Page one hundred ihirly-Iwo X 'SSQ44 if-' f,..-f if f' Page one hundred lhirly-three unior ROBT. J. WARNER . J. B. PETTIT . . JAMES W. BLEDSOE . MERLE A. DUNN . JAMES SV. DAVIS . I-I. W. INGRAM . . Q A 1 1 K9 1 '5 x. Class-Pharmacy OFFICERS . . President . . Vice-President . . Secretary-Treasurer Commodore Represenlaifve . . Honor Commiiiee . . Hislorfan :f"X1 QAWE '23 'Qu fr? ,. nl Y' , gig: , I JD I 5 CROCKETT D. ANDERSON, Ph.C.. BLANTON S. ASHWORTH, Phar.D.. . . . JAMES W. BLEDSOE, JR., Phar.D.... . SecretaI'y-Treasurer. CADIMUS L. BOLT, Pl1ar.D..... ALVIS E. CLARK, Ph.C. .... . B. ALLEN CLARY, Phat-.D. .... . JAMES S. DAVIS, Phar.D.. . .. Honor Committeeman. JUNIOR South Pittsburg, .. . . .Nashville . . . .Winchester, . . . .Laurens, . . . .Bald Knob, . . .Bell Buckle, . .,.. Lynnville, CLASS Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. S. C. ARk. Tenn. Tenn. MERLE A. DUNN, Pl1ar.D., E N, CII A E .......... Meadville, Mo. Commodore Representative, Reserve Football, '14. RAY C-AILEY, Pl-t.C. ..... .. ...... Nashville, Tenn. J. T. GIBSON, Ph.C. .... ..... I-I omer, La. PERCY W. GODWIN, Ph.C. .... ..... L inden, Term. JOHN P. HILL, Ph.C. ..... ..... A Ito, Texas -PHARMACY I-IAWLEY W. INGRAM, Phar.D. .... .. Historian. KEITH KAHN, Ph.C. .... . ELTON W. KIRBY, PI-I.C.. ,. Roy F. MAI:-RAY, Phar.D. .... .. . . ALLEN W. MASON, Phar.D.. .. .. JAMES L. MAYES, Ph.C.. . .. JAMES I-I. MURPHY, Ph.M.. Yell Leader. J. B. PETTIT, Phar.D., E A Vice-President. R. POWELL, Ph.C. ...... . JOHN C. SPENCE, Phar.D.... JOHN M. SUTTON, Phar.D.. Trenton, Tenn. .lVlorgantowrt, Ky. . .Paragoulcl, Ark. Frankewing, Tenn. ..Morganfteld, Ky. Morristown, Tenn. . ....l-Iilham, Tenn. . . . . .Attalla, Ala. ....Minor I-Iill, Term. .....Athens, Ala. . . .. .. . . .Bell Buckle, Tenn. ROBERT WARNER, Phar.D., M.D., A T SZ ...... Naslwille, Tenn. President of Class. Page one hundred lhirly-four M MEQ Q f. I S 1 5 School of Expression Top Row: L. B. MILLER, A. M. HARRIS, fDirecIorJ. Second Rom: VERNA GUTHRIE, KATHERINE STONE, LUCILE HUNTER, JANIE HEAD, GEORGIA LEE JONES. Third Row: J. W. JENKINS, fEnglisl-IJ, KATHERINE WINNIA, Ulxpressionj, WILMA ISOM, MARILEE SMITH, FLORENCE B. I'IARRIS, CFI-enchj, EVA LUCILE WRIGHT, BLANCHE HICKIVIAN. Bottom Row: RUTH LAMB, SARAH SHIELIJS, JULIA MEADOWS, MRS. E. H. RAwL.INcs, fphysicalj, MARY BEASLEY, CLARA RUTH Page one hundred thirty-fve NORTHWAY, MRS. HARRY ANDERSON, QDramaIicsj. X 1 to 1 5 Personal Efficiency Test DIRECTIONS: IOOW : yes. OW : no. Partial answers should be given a per- centage. Add up and divide by 15, and the answer will be your personal efficiency rating. The value of the test lies in the honesty of the answers. PER CENT 1. When you make love, do you mean it? ............,.................. ....... . 425 2. Do you pay your laundry bills? ..........., . 0 3. I-low do you like Dr. Mims? ......... . 13 4. Do you stop dancing at 12? .... . 0 5. Do you go to chapel? ............... . 80 6. Do you sing loud? ...................... ..... 1 00 7. Are your shoes always shined? ....... . I0 8. Do you shun rubbers? ............................ ....... ..... 1 0 0 9. Do you borrow money? ............................................. . 50 10. Do you go to picture shows, or to the Princess? ......... .. 50 11. Are you thoroughly informed on. shooting craps? .... .. 7 12. Do you belong to the Y. M. C. A.? ................... . 0 13. Do you carry matches for your friends? ........... . 0 14. Have you paid your Commodore dues? ........ . O 15. Have you learned anything in college? ....... ..... 1 0 Total .........,............ .......... .......................... .... 4 4 0 Final rating .......... ..... . .. ................. 29.33 1.3 arlqhe figures given here are those of a young lady in the University. Of course every student's rating will vary considerably. Try your luck on the above table. Page one hundred thirty-5 u FRATER ITIE lt- .. Us M ' Q M ' 1 I 8 1 5 Page one hundred lhirly-nine A DRIVEWAY Y - Q' ' ' WM S Ev . Q I 9 l 5 EMSLQ -fd-1 1 Page one hundred forty QQ 1 3 I 5 Pan-Hellenlc Councll OFFICERS .AMMIE SIKES ..... ..... P resident J. D. C. ATKINS ..... ...., V ice-President GEORGE P. WINTON . . . Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Page one hundred forty-one WILBUR S. L. YOUNG, Alpha Tau Omega MARTIN S. CHESTER, Beta Theta Pi ROBT. G. FIELDS, Sigma Chi AMMIE SIKES, Delta Tau Delta G. D. SCHOONMAKER, Sigma Nu SHELLEY I-IUG1-IES, Phi Kappa Psi GEORGE P. WINTON, Phi Delia Theta J. D. C. ATKINS, Kappa Alpha X E. T. LAMKIN, Sigma Alpha Epsilon R. A. YOUNG, Kappa Sigma FRANK SMITH, Delta Kappa Epsilon Tom BROWN, Phi Kappa Sigma 1 ' 9 I 5 L L Page one hundred foriy-info 4wt.W - ff ' 6 X X X . x 'X"gJ,g x 'Q 39 Y Q 4 fi, lbrixzg- -Q if 4 -7 5 ' E C3626 sgiiywgfi r?f ,JE Qgg1vWxj X Q7QEg 9BQ9"J f-rw af-Y 192-af ,- Lc.uf.L'.x rp-.',vx,,1-. Q M I JD I 5 Vi., ,nc Page one hundred foriy-fvc' 9 ' 1 fn 1 5 x 1 Page one hundred foriy-six H I Phi Delta Theta 1 .9 I :J Founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, December 26, t848. Incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio March IZ, l88l. Colors: Azure and Argent. Flower: White Carnation Page one hundred forty-seven TENNESSEE ALPHA CHAPTER Established 1876. F RATRES IN FACULTATE ALLAN R. CARTER, BA. tVandeI-biltj ......... Member Board Trust W. T. SANDERS fVanderbilIj . . . Member Board Trust CLAUDE WALLER tVanderbil0 . . Member Board Trust R. F. JACKSON fVanderbittj , . . . Member Board Trust ELLIOTT JONES fVancleI-biltj . . . . . Member Board Trust GEO. W. MARTIN, PH.D. CWabashj . . Adjunct Professor of Biology Joi-IN DANIEL, M.A. fAlabamaj . . . ..., Professor of Physics R. A. BARR, NLD. CVandeI-biltj ........ Professor of Abdominal Surgery I-IARRINGTON MARR, M.D. fVanderbiltj . Demonstrator in Medical and Dental Departments W. H. WITT, M.A., M.D. fvanclerbiltj .... Professor of Medica and Therapeutics PERCY D. MADDIN, LLB. fVancterbilO ....... Professor in Law Department PAUL DEWITT, lVI.D. fVancterbittj . . Demonstrator in Medical and Dental Departments S. S. CROCKETT ................ Professor of Anatomy WOODALL HOGAN, BS., M.S., fvancterbiltj . . Instructor in Metalurgy and Fuel Analysis ,fn ,far rf 3 f"Atf1N 54 aux .v,' , ,A-I. 3 I .O I 5 H. C. ALEXANDER .... I-I. L. ALLEN .... R. A. ARMISTEAD R. A. BARR ..... S. D. BAxTER.... J. T. BENSON.. .. J. P. W. BROWN. C. W. CALDWELL .... L. R. CAMPBELL. PHI DELTA THETA-TENNESSEE ALPHA CHAPTER FRATRES IN URBE . '95 JOHN L. COLVILLE, QWash. and LeeJ. '07 NORMAN FARRELL, JR.. .. . '95 . '07 W. P. COOPER ,.......... ........ ' 08 F. J. FULLER .......... . '97 . '90 E. B. CRAIG, JR. ....... . .. 'I5 W. H. GOODPASTURE .... . '81 . '92 J. VAULIX CROOKETT ..... .. '85 F. G. GORDON ............ . '04 . '00 S. S, CROCKETT ....... .. '85 A. M. HAGAN, fsewaneej ...... . '83 . '79 R. W. DAKE .............. .. '03 DOUGLAS HAGGARD, fSewaneej .... . '97 . '96 JOI-IN DANIEL, fAIabamaJ.! .... .. '84 C. N. BRYAN ................. . '06 . '02 BRUCE DOUGLAS, JR. ....... .. 'I2 C. E. BUNTIN, fSewaneej ...... . '98 '90 LEE DOUGLAS...................... '08 D.F.C.BUNTIN,fSewaneej..... . '9l W. A. BUNTIN .................... '00 JOS. D. LANGLEY, CRandoIph-Maconj. '93 T. C. I-IINDMAN, K. M. I. .... .. '85 ' PERCY D. MADDIN .................. 'Sl ALFRED E. HOWELL ..... .. '82 W. R. MANIER, SR.. .. '89 R. B. C. HOWELL ..... .. '99 W. R. MANIER, JR.. .. '08 H. E. JACKSON, JR. .... .. '90 J. O. MANIER ...... '07 R. F. JACKSON ..................... '81 HARRINGTON MARR. .......,. '96 L. E. KERN, fRandolph-Maconj ..... '98 G. W. MARTIN, fWabashj .... '87 JOHN KIRKMAN. .................... '09 HILL MCALISTER. .......... '97 W. H. MORGAN ..... ..... ...... ' 0 6 JOHN I-I. DEWITT ..... .. '94 PAUL DEWITT .... .. '05 R. F. DODD ........ .. 'Il WALTER B. PALMER. .. .. '80 M. R. PATTERSON ............ .. '82 I-I. A. PETERSON, fChicagoj ..... .. '97 STUART C, PILCHER .......... .. '00 Page one hundred forty-eighl W. B. C. PILCHER... J. M. POAGE ..... E. A. PRICE. .. O. F. NoEL.... E. T. NOEL .,... J. H. NOEL .....,. ALBERT PARRISH. . ROBERT RHEA.. . . . H. G. RICE ..... Page one hundred foriy-nine J BQSUIDQSSIE 1 -9 1 'IJ PHI DELTA THETA-TENNESSE ALPHA CHAPTER . . . 'OI . '07 . '82 . '09 . 'IO . '03 . 'IZ . '08 CLAUDE WALLER .... JOHN A. WILSON... W. H. WITT ..... W. C. WEAVER ..... J. R. WEST ...... J. B, WEST ........ DOUGLAS M. WRIGHT. .. J. W. BRYAN ....... FRATRES IN URBE C. B. RICHARDSON. .... . . '86 LARKIN SMITH, CSewanee M. H. RICHARDSON .... .. '04 WALTER STOKES.. .. W. D. ROSE ...... . . '04 G. J. STUBBLEFIELD J. W. SEWELL .... . . '90 LYTTON TAYLOR. . . . G. A. HALL ........ . . '07 S. C. THERREL, fAIabamaJ A. W. HARRIS, JR. .... . . 'OI H. L. THOMAS fDePauwJ E. O. HARRIIS ......... . . .. '95 T. L. THOMPSON. .. W. F. HARRIS .......... ...... . . '88 JOHN THOMPSON, JR C. FIRMAN SMITH fIVIississippiJ ...... '89 HARRY S. VAUGHN. '82 N. B. JACKSON...... . 'IZ .. 'OZ . B. E. TATE ...... .. 'IZ .. '87 R. S. HENRY ..... .. 'IZ .. '06 M. S. ADAMS ..... .. 'IZ . . '80 IVIACON KIRKMAN .... . . 'IZ .. 'I4 ROGERS C. CALDWELL. . . . . 'IZ .., .. '04 EDWARD BUEORD, JR.. . .. .. 'IZ '04 EDWARD CRAIG........ .. '08 IVIEREDITH CALDWELL. ............... 'IZ FITZGERALD HALL.. . . . . .. 'II 'I0 MORTON B. ADAMS ...... .. WILLIAM CIRANBERY, JR WILLIAM WEBSTER.. . . . JAMES WEBSTER.. . . . D. W. CALDWELL ..... ROBERT WEBSTER. .... . 'I4 .. 'I5 .. 'I6 .. I4 .. '07 2 f -Q A 1 8 1 -5 G. P. WINTON, B.S.. . .. HOWELL E. ADAMS, B.E. .,.. .... . CRUTCHER MCCLURE, B.S. ..... .... . CURRELL VANCE, B.A., LL.B. .........,...... . JAMES L. REED, B.S. .... . EMMETT MANIER, LL.B.. . . . THOMAS A. FRAZIER, B.A.. ., T. M. MANIER, B.S. .... . H. J. MORGAN, M.D. ..., . MURRAY B. DAVIS, M.D.... ALFRED ADAMS, B.E. .... . DAVID ADAMS, BE.. ....... . MATTHEW CAMPBELL, B.A.. .. ..... WILLIAM COLLEY, BE... . . . WILLIAM HAGAN, B.S.. . . . HOWELL JACKSON, B.S. .... , PHI DELTA THETA-TENNESSEE. ALPHA CHAPTER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CLASS OF 1915 ................Nashvil1e, Tenn. PAUL F. CHRISTIAN, B.A., M.D.. .. THOS. B. CHRISTIAN, B.A., M.A., M.D. ........... Savannah, Ga. ALLAN PRUITT, LLB.. . . . . . .Clarl4sville, . . . . .Nashville . .... Chattanooga, ................Nashville, THOMAS ZERFOOS, B.S. .. . . .Nashville, . . . . .Fayet!eville, . . . . .Nashville . . . . .Nashville, . . , . .Nashville Nashville, Nashville, . Nashville, v Nashville, CLASS OF 1916 Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. CLASS OF Texas Tenn. Tenn. TCDH. DOUGLAS HENRY, B.A., LL.B. .... . LOUIS F. SPERRY, B.S., LL.B. .... . WALTER M. MORGAN, B.A., D.D.S,. .. ..............BOlivar, Tenn. 1917 PRENTICE COOPER, B.A. ........ . HUNTER MCDONALD, JR., B.E.. . . . . BURGESS HAGAN, M.D. ......... . RUSSELL COHEN, B.S. ....... . ......................Ashland,Ky. CLASS OF Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. . . . . . .Athens, Ala. . . . .Atlanta, Ga. 1918 IRA JONES, B.E.. .... .. LEE ROBERTSON, B.S.. . . . PERCY SHARPE, B.S. ..... . ALONZO TENNISON, B.S.. . .. DAVID TRANSOU, B.S.. . . . HENRY BUCKNER, B.S.. . .. ROY MITCHELL, B.A.. . . . LOUIS TRANSOU, B.A.. .. Savannah, Ga. Nashville, Nashville, . Nashville, Shelbyville, .Nashville, . . . . .C-reenville, . Nashville, Nashville, Springhelcl, . Nashville, . Nashville, . . . . Mason, .Nashville, Tullahoma, Mason, Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Texas Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Page one hundred fifty mmm j bf ? Page one hundred ffly-three GF. M . v g, 21' gf?-ni: .A . sg ,L nw". 1-9 1'5- 'X A I 0 1 5 Page one hundred fifty-four I 9 I 5 Kappa Sigma Founded at the University of Virginia, 1867. Colors: Scarlet, Green, and Vifhite. Flower: Lily Of the Valley- Alumni Chapters, 46. Active Chapters, 80. National Convention San Francisco, 1915. KAPPA CHAPTER Established at Vanderbilt in 1867. FRATRES IN FACULTATE L. C. GLENN, P1-LD. . O. l-l. WILSON, M.D. . W. P. OTT, M.A. J. I-1. YOE, M.S. . J. B. RANSONI, M.A. . . . E. C. BARWICK, B.S.. . .. R. A. YOUNG, B.A.. J. L. JOHNSON, M.D. .... .. R. M. DAVIDSON, B.E.. . .. W. B. FOSTER, M.D.. . .. P. P. BAILEY, B.E'.... D. E.. I-IOLMES, M.D. Page one hundred ffty-Jive , . Professor of Geology , Professor of Diseases of Children CLASS OF 1915 . . . . .C-renaclaj Miss. . . . .lVlemphis, Tenn. ...,..........Phoenix, Ariz. E. S. LOYD, PH.C. .......... . CLASS . . . . . .Gadsclem Ala. . . . .Birmingl1am, Ala. . . . .Nashville, Tenn. ..................Tampa,Fla. W. L. COVINGTON, LL.B.. . .. . Instructor in Mathematics . . Instructor in Biology , Instructor in Englisli R. J. SMIRL, M.D.... .. . .Roclcy Ford, C. l-l. WITT, BS. ........ .... L ynville, A. ADAMS, B.S. .......... .... L eloanon, ..................l3ulaski, Term. 1916 J.. I-l. LOCKWOOD, B.S.. . . ,.... Rockdale, D. C. MOORE, B.A. ...... .... O akland. N. B MCCLOUD, LL.B. .... ....Lynville, J. E. ORR, B.A. ........... .... L ewisburg, College Grove, Tenn. Colo. Tenn. Tenn. Texas lVliss. Tenn. Tenn. , S 1 .O I 5 R. P. FRIERSON, B.S.. . .. KAPPA SIGMA-KAPPA CHAPTER . . . . .C1'IaI1anOoga, CLASS OF Tenn. 191 7 RICHARD GLEAVES, B.S. .... . BRODUS KLUTTS, B.A. ..... ....... R ipley, Tenn. L. E. SUNDERLAND, LL.B..... CLASS OF 1918 LEON MCDONALD, B.S. ...,. .... C arthage, Tenn. R. E. TURNER, B.S.. . .. P. C YOUNG, B.A. ...... .... M emphis, Tenn. L. T. TURNER, B.S.. . .. C. E PRICE, B.S.. .. ,.... Carthage, Tenn. T. B. MCGEHEE, B.S.. . . .. J. H. GOLD, B.A. ......,. ..... G Ordonsville, Tenn. R. S. WITT, B.S..... J. T. TROUSDALE, B.S. ,.... .... G ordonsville, Tenn. SAM BAILEY, M.D...... PREWITT KELLEY, B.S.... H. T. ALLEN W. H. ALLEN W. S. ARMISTEAD J. P. BARKSDALE W. E.. BEARD W. S. BEARDEN, JR. A. B. BENEDICT J. V. BLAKE . . . .Ga11atin, Tenn. ROBERT COONEY, B.S. ..., . ES IN URBE C. H. FRANKLIN H. P. CANT L. C. GLENN A. V. GOODPASTURE, JR. E. W. GOODPASTURE ' R. R. GOODPASTURE W. O. HARRIS E. T. HOLLINS FRATR R. E. BLAKE LEE BROCK V. W. BLAKE H. B. BUCKNER L. E. CROUCH H. E. CUDE T. M. DEMOSS M. E. ESTES W. P. OTT W. B. HENRY ROBERTS HENRY R. W. MCCAUGHAN M. H. W. C. CALHOUN D. M. H. N. TALIAFERRO W. E. GEORGE MORRIS R. S. E. P. SCALES K. M. . . . .Nas1'Iville, Term .. ..FairfIe1d, 111 . . . . .Cart11age, 'Tenn Lewisburg, Tenn Little Rock, Ark . . . . .Lynvil1e, Tenn . . . .Nashville, 'Tenn . . . . .Nashvi11e, Term. J. E. HOLLINS T. N. IvEY J. T. KERCHEVAL C. T. KIRKPATRICK G. H. MACK J. W. MIMMS H. E. MORROW M. P. OVCONNOR JR. SHARP W. L. THROOP SHARP H. G. TUCKER SHARP T. J. TYNE SMITH, JR J. J. VAUGN STEGER J. M. WILKERSON, THOMPSON J. R. WILSON THROOP O. H. WILSON Page one hundred fffiy-sfx ,Q , N J' f J Y X, f NSY " .N,,,A,,! 'X Qfg gf if .v 2 1' ,A 'Q V I ll: ,, Q H S fu 1 W i ig ,.,,,,m Q -Q -, Z -Af' f 555-1. 9 ' EV r" CIA 5 '-A' V V S1229 Page one hundred fifiy-nine i S l 5 I 8 1 5 ,lil I 1 Page one hundred sixly S Wm,.J' 1 G5 1 5 Sigma Alpha Epsilon Established in 1856 at the University of Alabama. Colors: Royal Purple ancl Old Gold. Flower: Violet. National Convention, Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 26-28, 1912. TENNESSEE NU Established at Vanderbilt, 1878. Re-established, 1883. F RATRES IN FACULTATE J. T. ALTMAN, M.D. ..................... Professor of Obsieirics MCPHEETERS GLASGOW, B.A., lVl.D ....... . . , Professor of Maieria Medica ana' Tfierapeuiics A. S. DABNEY, B.A. M.D. ...,. Assislanl Professor of Medical furisprurlence and Assistant in Medicine C. P. ANDERSON, M.D. . ............. Lecturer on Venereal Diseases FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CLASS or 1915 F. S. CRowI:, B.D.... I. W. KEYS, LL.B.. . .. G. H. GILLEN, M.D... .......Farming1on, Mo. ..............Almo, Ky. . . . . .South Pittsburg, Tenn. . E. T. LAMKIN, BS. .... ............,...... M onroe, La. L. C. MURPHY, D.D.S. .... . T. M. MURRAY, LL.B Page one hundred sixty-one D. T. RALSTON, LL.B.. . .. J. A. TATE, JR., B.A..,. . .. COOPER THWEATT, LL.B. ,... . C. W. WHITEHEAD, LL.B.. .. C. C. VARNELL, B.S. ......................... Chattanooga, Tenn CLASS or . . . . .lVlorrist0wn, Tenn. ...............Newport, Tenn. j. G. SHARP, D.D.S. ........ 1916 G. T. OFFENHAUSER, B.S.. .. L. B. ROBINSON, M.D. ..... . . . . . . . .KnoxvI11e, Tenn. .......Glasg0w, Ky. . . . . . . .Shelbyvillc-:, Tenn. .. ...Du Vall's Bluff, Ark. ...........Mobile, Ala. . . . .Texar1cana, Ark. . . . . .lVlac1isonvi11e, Ky. f 21 ' ',"m1',1f 1. vMf Jiiwli aaa? La I 9 l 5 W. F. C. BROWN, B.E. .... . J. C. CODY, B.A. ....... . E. M. COOLEDCE, B.S.. . .. J. B. PETITT, PI-I.C.. .. R. L. HILL, BA.. . .. SIGMA ALPI-IA EPSILON-TENNESSEE NU CHAPTER CLASS OF 1917 . . . .Nashville, Tenn. C.. S. I-IOLDERNLSS, B.S.. . . . . ... .Fi-anklin, Tenn. N. B. SCI-IUMPERT, M.D.. .. ..................AIlanta,Ga. J.W.SIMPSON,M.D.......... PAUL WILLIAMS, B.S. ........ .................. G adsden, Ala. 1918 I-I. R. BECKELHEIMER, B.S... CLASS OF . . . .Ciadsden, Ala. ....PoI'1land, Tenn. B. A. RUCKER, M.D.. . . . . .. .....Pine Bluff, Ark. . . . .SlIreveport, La. .AnniStorI, Ala. . . . . .Bedford City, Va. PLEDGE W. A. ARTHUR, B.S. ......................... New Castle, lnd. FRATRES IN URBE J. T. ALTMAN, Tenn. Eta, '82 A. DALE, Tenn. Nu, '96 D. P. ADAMS, Tenn. Nu, '76 J. EARLY, Tenn. Nu, '86 ' J. D. ANDERSON, Tenn. Lambda, '89 W. P. FERGUSON, Term. Nu, '86 C. R. ATCHISON, Tenn. Nu, '90 IVICPHEETERS GLASGOW, Va. Pi, '94 F. M. BASS, Tenn. Nu, '90 E. A. GLOVER, Va. Sigma, '75 W. S. BOOTTEN, Cia. Epsilon, '95 A. GRANNIS, Tenn. Lambda, '03 C. F. BOYD, Tenn. Nu, '93 W. H. HALBERT, Tenn. Lambda, '69 J. W. BIGGS, Tenn. Era, '02 T. E. I-IALBERT, Tenn. Lambda, '91 W. P. BURDETTL, Tenn. Nu, '75 F. I-I. I-IESS, Tenn. Eta, '06 C. S. BRIGGS, Tenn. Nu, '75 J. J. I-IEFLIN, Term. Nu, '05 J. CARUTHERS, Tenn. Lambda, '91 LITTON I-IICKMAN, Tenn. Nu, '96 B. F. CHEATHAM, Tenn. Omega, '88 GEO. W. I-IIGI-IT, JR., Tenn. Nu, '96 F. M. COMPTON, Tenn. Nu, '80 M. E. HOLDERNESS, Tenn. Nu, '02 E. Z. CROW, Va. Pi, '93 W. B. HOLMES, Tenn. Lambda, '71 E. L. DDAK, Tenn. Nu, '96 W. R. HOPKINS, Tenn. Nu, '81 Page one hundred .sfxly-lnlo Q '?Pf5Rd iQE If l 9 1 5 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON-TENNESSEE NU CHAPTER FRATRES IN URBE W. A. PROVINE, Tenn. Lambda, '89 ALBERT BRITT, Tenn. Lambda, '06 A. GENNETT, Tenn. Nu, '94 J. R. RAINES, Tenn. Nu, '97 PAUL CHAMBERS, Tenn. Lambda, '07 F. D. GILL, JR., Tenn. Zeta, '95 O. H. BEDFORD, Tenn. Kappa, '90 OLIN WEST, Tenn. Nu, '95 M. S. HAWKINS, Tenn. Nu, '75 GUY REYNOLDS, Term. Nu, '96 JAMES W. WATERS, Tenn. Lambda, '89 T. B. SCOGGINS, Tenn. Nu, '95 ROBT. F. WHITE, Tenn. Lambda, '96 ' EUCLID SNOW, Tenn. Nu, '98 JAMES T. MEADORS SIDNEY SINNOT, Tenn. Nu, '99 O. F. WILSON, Tenn. Lambda, '67 J. H. THOMPSON, Tenn. Lambda, '75 VERNON TUPPER, Tenn. Omega, '03 J. C. VAN LEER, Tenn. Nu, '95 PEEPLES, Va. Omicron, '83 ROBERT VAUOHN, Tenn. Nu, '75 JOHN C. TOMERLIN, Term. Nu, '04 E. E. HENDRIX, Term. Lambda, '93 JOHN A. BELL, Term. Nu, '93 NORMAN KIRKMAN, Term. Nu, '81 E. P. BEVERLY, Tenn. Omega, '98 A. S. DABNEY, Ky. Epsilon, '98 E. F. LANGFORD, Tenn. Lambda, '89 H. HARGROVE, Tenn. Nu, 'Sl N. B. DOZIER, Ky. Epsilon, '99 H. C. LANSING, Term. Kappa, '86 H. B. MILLER, Tenn. Nu, '87 G. S. MOORE, Tenn. Lambda A. N. MCDONALD, Tenn Zeta, '97 MAY OVERTON, Tenn. Nu, '75 F. O. MCC-AVOCK, Tenn. Nu, '6l' ED PIGUE, Ga. Beta, '85 K. T. MCCONNICO, Tenn. Nu, '96 J. W. HORTON, Tenn. Lambda, '78 E. L. MCNEILLY, Term. Zeta, '90 WASHINGTON HUDSON, Term. Nu, '93 J. WASHINGTON MOORE, Tenn. Nu, '91 J. F. JARMAN, Tenn. Eta, '84 H. T. MILBURN, Ky. Epsilon, 'Ol A. W. LAMAR, S. C. Phi, '70 E. MOORE, Ga. Phi, '04 H. E. KIRK, Tenn. Zeta, '94 L. F. PHILLIPS, Tenn. Nu, '94 M. LINDSLEY, Tenn. Nu, '81 C. R. SMITH, Tenn. Nu, '87 W. L. MARTIN, Tenn. Nu, '79 C. W. FELDER, Ga. Phi, '08 A. P. BOURLAND, Tenn. Eta, '82 H. W. THOMPSON, Ky. Epsilon, '07 M. CLEMENTS, Ill. Theta, '04 DAVID H. BISHOP, Tenn. Nu, '70 J. W. C-RISEY, Tenn. Lambda, '99 J. R. COLEMAN, Tenn. Kappa, '79 W. H. WASHINGTON, Va. Sigma, '74 C. F. ANDERSON, Tenn. Nu, '07 C. S. CONWAY, Tenn. Zeta, '97 K. SAUNDERS Page one hundred sixty-three QQQ I 9 1 5 I ., . ,,AA,, , v... ,,,: , 5 ',,,V,,f 25 V -aas,gg2g,',g,WW 2 Page one hundred .sixty-four Qvwwwixf XXN' J " K .- an , -2- x fiigfijfi- 1. 'iyjga X Y X ., - , ,:W ,j'Qg:f ,f,f f SW M537 1. 1 .W,"L i2ff'.2fH AA!f 'f L F , -3?-lies' mf., b - - f.QQ3Nb' A' 1 ,, xv -23' 1,1355 ,, '-X -M ' N -Qi f 'f -5- " W f l , .wmum emu Non, co. Pun. 1 ee. Page one hundred sfxiy-seven Q fab my 5 w -. .f K, j?.?? J, F' F' 3" ff V 'i.,,f 5 1 9 1 5 fx Tx W yr-gb 1 fn 1 5 1, x Pcge one hundred sixty-cighl Page one Q Af 1 .9 l 5 Kappa Alpha Founded at Washington and Lee University, 1865. Colors: Crimson and Old Gold. Flowers: Magnolia and Red Rose. CHI CHAPTER Established April 9, 1883. FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. Lucius BURCH, M.D., Chi DR. W. C. DIXON, M.D., Chi JNO. BELL KEEBLE, LL.B., Chi A DR. J. W. MCCALL, M.D., Pi DR. B. E. YOUNG, A.M., PH.D., Chi F RATRES IN URBE BERT E. YOUNG A. W. STOCKELL, JR. MARSHALL LESUEUR VERNER M. JONES JOHN BELL KEEBLE JOHN MOORE T. J. WEBB, JR. W. C. CHERRY H. J. MIKELL MARK BRADFORD HENRY SKEOCS R. C. PLATER PAUL B. KERN V. D. L. ROBINSON WEBB CLARK BRADFORD ROULSTONE CLARENCE DIXON HENRY C. STOCKELL A. W. SHIPP THOS. KIRKPATRICK W. S. YARBROUGH ROBERT L. BURCH MARSHALL MORGAN JOHN OVERTON L. H. HARRIS MONTAGUE Ross JAMES MOORE HENRY PERRY W. H. JOHNSTON LUCIUs E. BURCH FRANK MORGAN LAWRENCE O'BRIEN LYLES BLACK HICKMAN BECKNER BEN MORGAN WALTER PIERCE ED T. SEAY TI-Ios. H. MALONE JOHN RYAN WINSTON CALDWELL WILL D. CALDWELL RANDOLPH CALDWELL REAU E. FOLK E. E. BARTHELL J. B. DICKSON ROBIN J. COOPER JOHN CALDWELL ERNEST PERRY ED HART J. H. FALL, JR. W. M. STARNES hundred sixiy-nine CARY A. FOLK W. E. METZGER, JR. ff fffC'Xf1C1f QB "Ni At :A .51 5. ' avr' f 1: -JVSEJQ7 5 Q I nib 1 5 J. D. C. ATKINS ..... C. B. FARMER .... C. W. FRIBURG. .. M. S. LEWIS. .. K. C. FRITTS ..... O. N. KILLOUGH ..... RUMSEY LEWIS ..... T. E. LIPSCOMB ...... L. K. W. BARRETT ..... ROBERT NELSON .... B. W. LOWRY. ........ . CHARLES RICHARDSON ..... KAPPA ALPHA-CHI CHAPTER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CLASS .......Paris, Tenn . .Locust Grove, Ga. G. A. SLOAN. ............... . CLASS . . . .Johnson City, Tenn. ..............NaS11vi11e, Tenn. C. D. LID . Chattanooga, Tenn. DELL ........... OF 1915 W. B. NASH ..... E. W. STONE .............. .. . ................Nas1Ivi11e, Tenn. OF 1916 C. DIEMER LAMB .... C. E. SCIPLE ........ ..,. W. N. KILLOUGH ........... ...............Veda1ia, Miss. CLASS OF 1917 . . . . .Wynne, Ark. . . .Nas11vi11e, Tenn. . . .Nashvi11e, Tenn. ....At1anta, Ga. CLASS . . . .Tampa, Fla. . . . .Tampa, Fla. ....At11ens, Ala. WILLIAM HENDERSON . . HAROLD METZ. ....... . ROBERT HENDERSON. . . ANDREW THUSS. . . OF 1918 J. T. Sl-IEA .... W. A. THUSS ..... FRANK HAYS .... . . . . .Stanton, Tenn .Bowling Green, Ky . . . .Fayettevi11e, Tenn . . . . .At1anta, Ga .. . . .Wynne, Ark. .....Tampa, Fla. . . .NaShvi11e, Tenn. .....Tampa, Fla. . . .NaS11vi11e, Tenn . . .MemphiS, Tenn . . .Nas11vIlle, Tenn. . . .1VIemphis, Tenn. Page one hundred .scveniy ' 4,-or F X S? 4 : E -I E--4 ' 7653? Wil-a-,. 1 mn ll u MU aw!l!hulJJDllHl III' , 1 ,1 1 , eTQ2!'2tli!fwJf:wJ5 w , wc,,,,q ,, ,M N' Kuhn vas Page one hundred seventy-three .,. .. ., V 4.5, W-ni, . - if? -' 'A. Q ii ir M.,,,W A r mf. .vi -' Nw-:4.:f s 1 .9 I U. I --xg Q . -A-1 r --1 Z' QSM 'z 3: ff: f. 1 ,J ,A H QL-.L .1 f ' 5, 1- f ' .' A 9 F .. 3- fm? 5. "R SPIE. 730' 'T V ' l SD I 5 Page one hundred sevenly-four eieisri eieei 1 J l 5 Beta Theta Pi Founclecl at Miami University, Oxforcl, Ohio, July 4, 1839. Colors: Pink ancl Light Blue. Flower: Rose. Active Chapters, 78. A Alumni Chapters, 113. BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER Established 1883. FRATRES IN FACULTATE Ll. A. WITHERSPOON, M.D., LL.D . . . ............. Professor of Medicine ami' Clinical Medicine W. H. SCI-IUERMAN, CE.. .... ' . Dean of Engineering Dept., Professor of Mathematics H. C. TOLMAN, PI-LD., D.D. .... . . Dean of Academic Dept., Professor of Creelf ALLEN G. HALL, LL.D .... . . . Dean of Lan: Department Joi-IN WITHERSPOON, M.D. . , . . Instructor in Histology D. L. MCMURRAY, B.A. . . Instructor in History F RATRES IN UNIYVERSITATE POST-GRADUATE F. I. CHERRY, B.A. ..,......,............. ..... N ashville, Tenn, CLASS OF 1915 - CLASS or 1916 CLASS OF 1917 C. R. MARSHALL, B.A. .... Nashville, Tenn. W. l-l. GILL, LL.B. ....... Allensville, Ky. . H. BRANHAM, B.A.. .Spring Hill, Tenn. FRANCIS WARFIELD, B.E...Columbia, Tenn. S. I-I. CHESTER, B.S. ...... Nashville, Tenn. . S. LEWIS, B.S. ........,. Dallas, Texas N. S. Sl-IOFNER, B.A.. . .Mt. Pleasant, Tenn R. L. GARNER, BS. ....... Greenville, Miss. . R. HAWES, BS. ....... Nashville, Tenn. M. S. CHESTER, BE.. ..... Nashville, Tenn K. V. MORRISON, B.S. .... McKenzie, Tenn. M. TERRY, 13.5. ......... Louisville, Ky. CLASS OF 1918 EVANDER SHAPARD, LL.B. .... .... S helbyville, Term. F. I-I. BARBEE, B.S. ...... . ...... Ripley, Tenn. S. l-l. PATTERSON, B. S... .. . .... Elldon, Tenn. A. R. IRISI-I, B.S. ........ .... D allas, Texas Page one hundred seventy-five ,S. L. WILHITE, B.S.. . . . R. A. ROSE, B.E. ...... . LAwRENcE POLK, B.S.. . . . MILTON BONNER, M.D.. . .. Blytheville, Ark. . . . . .Dallas, Texas Nashville, Tenn. ..Tupelo, Miss. E . I 9 1 -5 BETA THETA PI-BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER FRATRES IN URBE A. W. STOCKELL GRAFTON GREEN A. P. FOSTER R. D. GOODLETT, JR. A. N. FITE G. B. GUILD E.. W. JUNGERMAN RICHARD HALL IRA LANDRITH ALLEN G. HALL J. H. MILLER DONALD MCCLURE HAMILTON PARKS F. S. MOEFETT THOMAS WEAVER E. E. Hoss J. W. HANDLEY PRESTON LUNSFORD J. A. WITHERSPOON AVERY HANDLEY E. B. DAVIS S. J. BOYLAND V E. W. THOMPSON F. D. MYERS G. B. HOWARD G. B. KIRKPATRICK H. M. DRIEOOS R. G. SPARROW C. C. SLAUGHTER J. P. ATKINSON G. W. KILLEBREW H. E. SMITH G. F. BLACKIE E. B. OVERTON JOHN WITHERSPOON LUCIUS P. BROWN J. H. OVERTON J. A. HARRIS J. W. BYRNS C. H. LITTLE R. K. BROWN TYLER CALHOUN J. B. ROBERTSON S. G. DOUGLAS W. H. SCHUERMAN S. C. EWING W. W. SHUTE E. B. RUCKER M. A. STRAINER A. H. SHARP H. C. TOLMAN E. M. THOMAS J. W. WOODS CHAS. C. TRABUE M. W. BAXTER J. O. TREANOR H. B. BOND H. D. LEECH W. H. EWING J. W. WEATHERLY Page one hundred Sevenly-six lHHIlIlIiI mH'WIIIMIIIINIIIIH f NL TA U cqpynph l J , 30 Q is 4? , S QQ M QQ 1 9 1 5 Page one hundred sevcniy-nine A 'l EQRLJQP 315.3 ,- sf II. . I .O 1 5 Delta Tau Delta Founclecl at Bethany, West Virginia, 1859. Colors: Purple, White ancl Ciolcl. W. K. MCALISTER, Theta F. BERNARD E IREY R. CURRY, D.D.S.. . .. CAIRO EZELL, M.D. ........ . P. M. KUYKENDALL, M.D.... Active Chapters, 57. Alumni Chapters, 25. LAMBDA CHAPTER Founclecl 1881. FRATRES IN FACULTATE FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CLASS OF 1915 CLASS . . . . .lVIarlin, Texas. . . . . .Koppex-l, Texas . . . .lVlOOcly, Texas CLASS WALTON H. ANDERSON, M.D. ..... ..,...... A thens, Ala. LEE K. GIBSON, M.D.. .. ...... ............ N evada, lVlo. CLIFTON G. IVICMEAN, M.D. ..,. ..... C arler's Creek. Tenn. CLASS E. MARK DUNAVANT, B.S.... WALKER JORDAN, B.A. .... . . . . . .Pulz-xslci, Tenn. .. . . . . .Bass, Ala. vERs, B.E. ......... . .. . . .. . . . .Nashville, Tenn. 1916 JACK PEAVY, M.D. .,.. . ANDREW WEST, M.D.. . . . T. G. WRIGHT, M.D.. 1917 AMMIE T. SIKES, M.D. .... . ROY LEE SIMPSON, M.D.. .. HERBERT WIKLE, B.S.. . . . 1918 C. EVANS JOSEPH, B.S.. .. HAROLD PARKER, B.S. .... . Flower: Pansy. . . Law Department .........Byron, Ga .........Atl'Iens, Ga Elizabeth City, N. C . . . .Franl4lin, Tenn. . . . . .TuscalOoSa, Ala . . . .Franklin. Tenn. . . . . .Nashville, Tenn. . . . .Tullahoma, Tenn. Page one hundred Clgllly CLYDE CRES HAM, Lambda WM. ROBT. T. CI-IAS. S. SMITH, Gamma Epsilon W. R. MCALISTER, Theta HARRY S. STOKES, Lambda Page one hundred efghly-one R54 1 9 1 5 x. DELTA TAU DELTA-LAMBDA CHAPTER FRATRE5 IN URBE JAS. C. GORDON, Lambda J. HOLMES ANDERSON, Lambda J. RUST, Lambda C. C. BELL, Lambda W. L.. NIC!-IOL, Beta Theta W. S. MCGARVEY, Theta LEROY MCGREGOR, Lambda W. T. STEWART, Lambda JESSE M. OVERTON, Lambda JACK PRICE JONES, Lambda HENRY PEPPER, JR., Beta Delta JOHN C. BROWN, Lambda LITTLETON PARDUE, Lambda W. A. COVINGTON, Beta Iota D. B. PURYEAR, Lambda ' JAS. B. D. DEBOW, Lambda THOS. H. EPPERSON, Lambda JOHN B. CANNON, Lambda HARRY W. EVANS, Lambda HARRY JONES, Lambda ROBT. T. FEARLY, Lambda JOHN P. BATES, Lambda J. E. H. ATKINSON, Lambda FRANK S. FITE, Lambda JOHN R. FISHER, Lambda JOHN T. LELLYET, Lambda E. J. HAMILTON, Lambda GUY T. REID, Beta Theta JAS. D. EVERETT, Lambda W. A. SUMMERS, Gamma Eta MORGAN E. PRESTON, Lambda G. SIMMONS, Lambda SMITH, Lambda PRESTON VAUGHN, Lambda W. T. WATERS, Alpha R. A. WILSON, Gamma W. J. ANDERSON Lambda FRANK G. Focc., Lambda FRANK C, ALLEN, Lambda LEAN A. KIRBY, Lambda ENOCH BROWN, Lambda THOS. D. GOLD, Lambda GEO. N. TILLMAN, Theta ABE GOODMAN, Lambda J. N. STONE, Lambda J. L. GORDON, Lambda R. T. FRAZIER, JR., Gamma Eta A. C. MCLEAN, Lambda I GJ 1 5 Seven Wonders of Vanderbilt WONDER why Nat Shofnei' is called H Old Faithful H? WONDER who went to the Engineering Ball? WONDER if the Dramatic Club has divided out that Belgian Relief money yet? WONDER why Dr. Young cloesn't cut classes any more? WONDER why the Law School didn't welcome Dr. I-lall back? WONDER what goes on in the girls' room? , WONDER what became of that Theolog of Dean Tilleifs? Page one hundred eighty-Iwo Qi? LQ " 4 sr 'B 1 -A G, Q, , a Q5 , vw wg-fy! L ? f 6 'ieifg ' ..:. V , X . " x 2? F55 J S A 'ig 'gp C Am! 1 E 296 5. 551' ima' .A '32 7 9 1 5 A'-f-'f ., 1 ., Qrllwrc Umz, Page one hundred eighty-fue f l SD 1 -5 Sigma Nu Founclecl at Virginia Military Institute in 1869. Colors: White, Black and Gold. ' Flower: White Rose. Active Chapters, 70. Alumni Chapters, 42. SIGMA CHAPTER Founded, 1886. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CLASS or 1915 W. C. V. AYLEN, M.D. ................ .... M issoula, Mont. CLASS OF 1916 M. A. DUNN, P1-LC. ..... ..... M eadville, Mo. P. D. LIPSCOMB, B.S.. .. L. G. KILVINGTON, B.S. .... .... N ashville, Tenn. D. F. M1LA1v1, BA., . . .. E. Y. NAPIER, D.D.S. .... .... W averly, Tenn. J. H. NEEL9, B.S... . .. CLASS OF 1917 j. L.. BOONE, M.D. .... ..... T allahassee, Fla. G. D. SCHOONMAKER, M.D.. E. B. EVERETT, BA. ..., ............ M cKenzie, Tenn. T. E.. SHARPE, B.S. ....... .. A. O. PHILLIPS, B.S.. .. . ............... Nashville, Tenn. R. P. STEWART, B.S. ......... . D. F. SMITH, B.A. ........ . .................Nashville, Tenn CLASS oi-' 1918 H. R. DELCHER, B.S. .... ..... T ampa, Fla. E. B. MILAM ......... . I-I. R. LEATHERS, B.E. .... .......,...... D ickson, Tenn. J. D. MCMILLION, B.S.... M. W. MASHBURN, B.S.. . . ................. Nashville, Tenn. N. VAN NESS, BE... . . . . . . R. R. SNEED, BE.. ......... ............... N ashville, Tenn . . . . .Nashville, Tenn. . . . . .-Iacksonville, Fla. . . . . .Columbia, Tenn. . . . .... Minneapolis, Minn. . . . . . . .Nashville, Tenn. Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. . . . . Jacksonville, Fla. .. . . .Martin, Tenn. .....Nasl1vil1e, Tenn. Page one hundred eighty-six J. GARLAND COOPER, Sigma T. H. ALEXANDER, Sigma DR. EUGENE ORR, Sigma R. P. MCELRETH, Sigma DR. E. M. FUQUA, D I 5 I SIGMA NU-SIGMA CHAPTER FRATRES IN URBE ESIVIOND EWING, Sigma BRUCKNER STEWART, Sigma S. R. WEAVER, Sigma A. I. WINsETT,'Sigma , D. FOY, Beta Theta OmlCl'0D V NORRIS EWING, Sigma JOE MORRISON, Sigma ROY COOPER, Sigma L. J. LOVENTHAL, Sigma MARTIN ROBERTS GEORGE A. SCHWAB, Beta C. B. EATHERLY, Sigma Page one hundred efgfzly-seven DR. BRUCE R. PAYNE, Beta DR. O. CROCKETT, Sigma DR. DABNEY MINOR, Sigma GEORGE NORTON, Kappa MARTIN H. DARBY, Sigma DR. C. W. HOFFER, Sigma ALBERT G. GERST, Beta DR. R. E. FORT, Sigma R. C. JONES, Sigma V. FLOYD SELF, Sigma HARRY F. AMBROSE, Sigma FRANKIE F. FRANTZ, Sigma CASPAR B. KUI-IN, Sigma ,V. I. WITHERSPOON, Sigma HARVEY H. HANNAH, Kappa 'JAMES G. COOPER, Sigma 5 l 9 I 5 Kappa Beta Phi Pounclecl in Germany 495 A.D. Colors: Amber and Red. Flower: Stein. Secret Motio.' "Pieces of eight." Publications: Police Gazette, L'CoSmopolitan,,, and Schlitz Catalogue. ALPHA OF TENNESSEE CHAPTER Established 1914. Membership limited to students who make an average of under 70 and have S5 for initiation fee. PRATRES IN FACULTATE W. F. TILLET , . .......... Dean of lhe Theological Department W. P. OTT . . ........... . . Bane of il-Ie Freshmen UNDERGRADUATE OFFICERS MARTIN S. CHESTER .........,.. Sludeni President J. MCDUNKLE FLOWERS ...,....... Student Treasurer FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE MARTIN HAYES BUCK MURRAY YUNK CHESTER G. PETER WINTON CARL SCIPLE MAC FLOWERS DOAN PI-IILLIPS "THE BUDDY CLUB" PLEDGE GEO. I-I. ARMISTEAD, JR. Page one liumlrecl eiglzly-eiglIl , as' I Ji' ii 3 P - +G. A f 2 Ti N 'E' J' ' ':i:1:5 5:1519 53? '.:.:i?-ggi Sv. A tg: .' fix QR?-..-as QW . "-::'?." kim!-. in, X' f mol - 5 A ?'1'L'E'3 EE! ?-Qkvzsmwv Page one hundred ninety-one 1 9 1 5 Wvwavaqggfgawffiw ma I 53 1 5 Page one hundred ninety two Q M QQ I 9 1 5 L x Alpha Tau Umega Founclecl at Richmond, Virginia, September, IS65. Colors: Old Gold and Sky Blue. Flower: White 'Tea Rose. Active Chapters, 64. Alumni Chapters, 50. National Convention, Nashville, Tennessee, December 30, 'l4-January 2, ,I5. BETA PI CHAPTER Founclecl in l899. FRATRES IN FACULTATE R. NV. BILLINGTON, M.D. . .......... . . Medical Deparlmeni FRATRES IN URBE LUKE LEA R. W. SANFORD JNO. R. AUST J. W. MCFADDEN BRADLEY WALKER R. N. VVATTS JAY G. STEPHENSON M. C. PITZPATRICK R. W. BILLINGTON J. O'NElL OMEY O. L. QUILLIAN J. A. DRAUGHON JOS. H. ACKLEN PAUL MOORE J. H. THOMPSON A. F. WHITMAN W. E. BOLLING T. E. STRATTON ROBERT LUSK WILLIAM WILLS PERCY BROWN R. W. JONES WIRT l'lUGl-IES OVERTON LEA, JR. S. H. CHESTER WADE KIRKPATRICK BUFORD HORNER WM. M. BEARDEN PERCY KINNARD FRANK P. BOND W. C. LUSK J. H. BOXWELL W. D. WEATHERFORD A. M. TRAWICK, JR. A. L. CHILDRESS HARRY H. MCALISTER J. W. SHACKFORD GEO. C. TRAWICK HOWARD M. JONES LEON M. LANIER J. W. OVERTON H. W. CAMPBELL W. W. PAW J. F. ZIMMERMAN A. B. NEIL G. W. HANIE WILLIAM HAYWOOD W. W. BAILEY W. S. NOBLE R. M. LELAND A. N. MCNEIL W. W. WARNER C. O. RHEA SAM ORR JOHN FOSTER R. E. SULLIVAN W. S. XVHITMAN W. W. MILLER J. O. PATTERSON T. J. MOONEY Page one hundred nineiy-three f I 8 1 5 WILLIAM BOURNE, M. A. fVanclerbil1J . . . D. H. ANTHONY, M.D.. . .. TOM H. ELLIOTT, B.S. .... . C. A. RAGSDALE, B.A. .... . SWAN BURRUS, M.D...... CHAS. CARMAN, B.S. .... . JEFF CHAPMAN, M.D.. . .. FRED COSTEN, M.D. .... . ALPHA TAU OMEGA-BETA PI CHAPTER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE . . . . ...Nasl1ville, . . . . .BIfownSville, .... . .EdgertOn, .....San1a Fe, ... . .Woodland Mills, DONALD DAVIDSON, B.A.. . . . KELSEY NELSON, B.E.. . .. CLAUD KLOPPER ALMON, B.A.. . .. MARK BUTTER, B.A. .... . GEO. EVANS, B.A. .... . JOHN GREEN, B.A. ....... . HEELY MCCADEN, LL.B. .... . ARTHUR MOORE, M.D. .... . DOUGLAS MOORE, B.A. ..,. . .........CibsOn, . . . . .Brownsville, . . . . .ParagOuld, . . . .Fayetteville, . . . . . .McKenzie, E TUBE, M.D.. .. . . . fl-uscumbia, . . . . .Union City, POST-GRADUATE Tenn. CLIFFORD H. BATEMAN, M.A. CLASS OF 1915 Tenn. CHAS. R. WILSON, B.A.. . .. Tenn. WILBUR S. L. YOUNG, B.S.. Tenn. , W. A. ZIMMERMAN, LLB.. . . . CLASS OF 1916 Tenn. E. G. GILL, M.D. ....... . Tenn. DAN M. ROBINSON, B.A.. . .. Tenn. R. E. WILSON, B.A.. . .. CLASS OF 1917 Ark. l'lOYT REEVES .......... Tenn. POPE SHANNON, B.A.. . ,. Tenn. ELMO THOMPSON .......... ....................Sparta,Tenn. CLASS OF 1918 Ala.. LUTHER RICHEY, B.A.. . .. Tenn. MONROE ROOKS, M.D.. . . . . ....,. Clinton, Ky. . . . .FranlclirI, . . . . .lVlempl1iS, . . . .San Antonio, . . . .McKenzie, Tenn. Tenn. Texas Tenn. NAT SANFORD, M.D. ......... . SAM SHACKLEFORD, M.D. .... . JOHN SNYDER, B.E. ...... . HENRY TERRY, B.A. ...,. . ROBT. WARNER, PH.C.. . . . fVanderbiltj ..... . . . . .Nasl1ville, .. . . . . .Ripley, .McKenzie, Tenn. . . . .Arlington, Tenn. . . . . .Amory, Miss. . , . . .lVlempl1is, Tenn. . . . . .Roanoke, Va. . . . .l:ranlclin, Tenn. . . . .Gun1Own, Miss. .. . . . .ZelnelOn, Ga. . . . . .l:ranklin, Tenn. Tenn. . . . . . . .Riplc-ry, Tenn. Brownsville, Tenn. Tenn. . . . . ,Courtlancl, Ala. . . . . . .JOneSlaorO, Ark. Fayetteville, Tenn. . . . . .NaSl1ville, Tenn. Page one hundred. ninety-four mm- 5511" 1W.A k -.':ffg::2I: .11 -'f.-: "" 4 rr' E3?1vQh M E J wp 5, 4 T H MW Wm V xaex ff mosey CDYN 152255 V ,H f Q A ' 1 I Li. A ,., If E W ' if X ru'-'E un! HMM, S V, 2 K 'Z X 31' F A i wx J .I P -wg ll Hi' 1 gm K if " A.: I i' . , 74, k v. x,.iM l: Bi A , f wnruw' WJ Page one hundred ninety-seven A in A 1. .W 'gf 1- ' gi 'JW Alf" 1 8 I 5 x x 1 ,MW4 X 1 .Lu 1 5 . FR. -' 5 'f' Page one hundred nincly-eight f l D l 5 Delta Kappa Epsilon Founded at Yale, 1884. Colors: Crimson, Azure, and Golcl. Flower: Pansy. . GAMMA CHAPTER Established, 1847. Re-established, 1889. FRATRES IN FACULTATE EDWIN MIMS, PH.D. . ........... .... P rofessor of' English H. Z. KIP, PH.D. . . . . Associate Professor of German JOHN LUCK, PI-LD. . . . Assislanl Professor of Malhemalics DAVID R. PICKENS, M.D. . ..,........ . . . Leclurer on Proclology F RATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CLASS OF 1915 MEADE FRIERSON, B.S.. .. ..,........... Nashville, Tenn. O. G. NELSON, B.S., MD.. .. .,.... Mobile, Ala CARTER LUSCI-IER, B.S.... ................... Mobile, Ala. F. C. SMITH, B.S. .......... .... H ickman, Ky. JAS C. STEPHENS, 13.5. .,........ ............. N asliville, Tenn. . CLASS or 1916 V HARRY LEAKE, .... Jacksonville, Fla. JACK HOOVER, A.B. ..... Bell Buckle, Tenn LESLIE I-I. WEAKS, B.S. .... ......... ....... F u lton, Ky. A. S. KYLE, JR., B,S. ..... ...Batesville, Miss ALLEN MCGILL, BS. .... .................. N aSl'1ville, Tenn. l-l. STETSON, BS. ......... ...Nasl1vllle, Term -I. N. STEADWELL, B.E.. ......................... Nasluville, Tenn. CLASS oi-' 1917 EARL RICE, B.S. .......... . TOM W. MAYBERRY, B.S.. .. ROBERT E. TURNER, B.E.. .. . .Fulton, Ky. . . . .Franlclin, Tenn. .... .Naslwille, Tenn. I-IAL M. DAVIS, B.S. ..... ................ N asl-Iville, Tenn. Page one hunclrecl ninety-nine THAYER WILSON, B.S. ..... . J. PATTON RAYMOND, B.E.. .. CLAY G. STEPHENS, B.S.. . .. IAMES N. HEAGEN, B.S.. .. J. A. CRISLER, JR., B.S.. . . .. .............Cartl1age, Tenn. . . .NaslIville, Tenn . . .NaSlIville, Tenn . . . . .Little Rock, Ark . . .Mempl1is, Tenn A I -9 1 5 DELTA KAPPA EPSILON-GAMMA CHAPTER CLASS OF l9l8 ROBERT FITE, B.S. ........,. .... N ashville, Tenn. W. THOMPSON DUNOAN, LL.B. .... ..... L ittle Rock, Ark. J. WATTS RADFORD, B.S. .... ..... M ayield, Ky. JAMES SATTERWHITE, B.A. ..... ' .... Nashville, Tenn. J. BLAND ROBERTS, BS. ...,. .... N ashville, Tenn. W. K. HYDE, BS. ....,... .... S avannah, Ill. PLEDGES ROBERT T. TATE, LL.B. ..... ..... P aducah, Ky. JOHN WATTS, B.S. .... 1 .... Mayfield, Ky. FRATRES IN URBE T. DR R. L. CARTER D. R. PICKENS W. M. HART G. H. CALLENDAR M, R. H. YANCEY D, C. T. MCKENZIE J. S. PILCHER G. C. PORTER C. BEASLEY W. R. RAY C. E. CURTIS H. MEEKS O. MCCARN W. A. BENNIE J. E. HAYS C. L. CORNELIUS B. A. BENNIE J. H. CALLENDAR A. R. CORNELIUS H. L. BADOER H. W. HALL R. W. MILLER J. R. WATKINS N. F. CI-IEAIRS D. K. LAMBUTH CHAS. CASON C. EDWARDS R. J. MCMULLEN W. C. NELSON J. O. THOMPSON ALFRED HUME J. E. SANDERS W. J. VAUGHN J. M. STONE A. H. PETTIBONE PAUL DAVIS A. VAN S. LINDSEY DR. G. A. GATES J. E. BRITT WM. HUME W. H. BLUE P- B- SPENCE A.D.CREIGHTON T. G. KITTRELL P, L, NICHOLS M. M. CULLOM W. H. SWIGGART, JR. J. PHILLIPS J. R. GREEN JEFF MCCARN W. H. RAYMOND, JR. J. R. WINCHESTER T. T. MCCORLEY J. D. GOODLETT WALTER STOKES, JR. W. L. NOLEN Page info hundred Q X.-. .f m .T ,im-RQ. welfylmr X, . . X : K? GMA A JAH vi 1' W 1 1 ' 1 6 V X Ms xmm. ' 1 A K f ?? fQ:'9'X ... ,ff , . L 2- . tis ,1-1 Q SZ- 1' wx M-,Ex T ,Q.Jj.4gk4ia,g' wif-.ygi Saw. Nw.. , 4'9wQff12wwsw-'uv "5'If"m1v Jfg "Dif f J J5 31 N I K Ns M 1 - ni fgw-.N,--, N V. , fZ:v'v.fg5fKaj.,, .vfmnf W 4 - '-'P' fy . N "H -wff,-.f i wxwfm if W -1 W -1.x-,wr I a II? :DDU UIDGES N M vmfsu -a www 2 3 4 5 Page ima hundred ihrec ,gh 2. ,:,..G, ,,l,.,,w t Q iw? gfgfif if ff' wi. .5 4 M.:Sf'- 'aww . .. X' 9' W' 1 .9 I 5 W I 17 1 '5 x Page two hundred jour .. , ..,, X js., A . ff-x.....A fA...f A 1 S5 1 5 Slgma Chl . Founded at Miami .University, IS55. Colors: Blue and Gold. Flower, White Rose. ALPHA PSI CHAPTER Established 1892 FRATRES IN FACULTATE A W. P. CONNELL, B.S., M.S. ..... A ............. Member Board of Trust HENRY BEACH CARRE, A.B., PHD., B.D. . . . Professor of English Exegesis in Theological Department THOMAS CARTER, M.A., B.D ..... . Professor of Creek Exegesis in Theological Deparlmenl C. W. JONES JAS. CANNON W. A. BENSON MARVIN CORBETT J. D. BLANTON E.. E. DUNCAN C. P. CONNELL R. R. BROWN Page imo hundred Jive JOHN AMBROSE ROBT. EWING L. B. FITE SILAS DEAR W. E. NORVELL, JR. ABRAM C. READ ISAAC M. READ FRATRES IN URBE W. F. CREIGHTON J. M. CLTLBREATH PAUL DONALDSON PARKES ARMISTEAD P. A. SHELTON, JR. CHAS. G. DUNBAR E. W. SMITH O. M. SORRELLS E. L. THORNTON LEWIS TILLMAN JAS. S. DUNBAR, '-JR. JNO. TROTWOOD MOORE J. G. BLAKEMORE WM. M. DUNCAN, JR. R. W. TURNER, JR. G. A. W. FRAZER HUMPHREY HARDISON FRANK W. JOHNSON D. B. BLAKEMORE S. A. WEAKLEY SIDNEY W. RIDDLE J. J. VERTREES, JR. ROBT. BELL W. V. ANDREWS JNO. W. REAVELL A. C. HUGGINS EDWIN POTTER H. B. CARRE THOMAS CARTER DOSWELL -BROWN H. H. CARTWRIOHT JAs. S. FRAZER L. M. HOLLINS E. D. SMITH R. O. NORVELL WM. HUGGINS ,l. M. CATE W. EDMONDSON P. C. BOWERS M. B. LEAVELL ASI-IBY LOVELACE CARY E. MORGAN l LCD I -T3 ROBT. G. FIELDS, B.S.. . .. LEO L. COLE, JR., B.A...... J. M. FLOWERS, B.S. .... . R. B. LATIMER, JR., B.A.. .. T. R. BARRY, M.D. ..... . L. B. WALLER, B.S. ........ . JOHN K. NORWOOD, M.D. .... . A. B. STEVENSON, B.A.. . .. F. C. WOODARD, B.A.. . .. WM. Y. ELLIOTT, B.A.. .. PAUL HUSSEY, B.A. ....... . DOUGLAS PASCHALL, B.A.. . . . EMMETT PUTNAM, B.E. ..... . EUGENE CRUTCHER, B.S.. .. NORMAN MCEWEN, B.S. ..... . GEORGE DUDLEY, JR., B.E.... C. A. HALL, B.S. ............. ........ . T. A. WIGGINGTON, JR., B.S. ............ .. SIGMA CHI-ALPHA PSI CHAPTER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CLASS OF . . . . .Nasl1ville, Tenn. .. . . . .MacOn, Miss. . . . .Do!l1an, Ala. .. .Utica, Miss. . . . . .Nasl1ville, Tenn. CLASS OF . . . . .Morganlielcl, Ky. . . . .Jaclcsonville, Fla. . . . . .Nasl1ville, Tenn. . . . .Springfield Tenn. CLASS OF . . . . .Nasl'1ville, Tenn. . . . .Palmyra, Tenn. . . . . . .Franklin, Tenn. . . . .New Orleans, La. . . . . .NaslT'.ille, Tenn. ' CLASS OF .. . . .Nasl1ville, Tenn. . . . . .Florence, Ala. . . . . .PinewOocl, Tenn. . . . . . .Nasl1ville, Tenn. 1915 W. G. PAGE, M.D. ..... . W. T. MARTIN, B.E. .... . WALLACE CUMMINCS, B.E.. . . .. A. M. PATTERSON, B.S. .... . EARL FRASER, B.S., M.D.. . . . 1916 G. H. ARMISTEAD, JR., B.S., ROBT. OVERALL, B.A. ...... . LL.B.. . .. H. B. NORTHCUTT, B.S. .... . JAs. G. STAHLMAN, B.A.. . .. 1917 W. M. CLARK, B.E. ..... . A. B. HARWELL, B.S. ...... . W. A. MCDONNELL, LL.B.. . . . CHAS. RAGLAND, B.A. .... . NEAL SMITH, LL.B. .... . 1918 WM. W. EWIN, B.S. .... . L. P. PADGETT, JR., B.A... WM. F. SEEGER, B.E. .... . ROBT. P. YANCEY, B.S.. .. H. T. LILLY, B.S. ............ ................ N ashvllle, Tenn. PLEDGES .... .Samson, Ala . . . .Natcl'1ez, Miss . . . . Nashville, Tenn . . .l-lenryville, Tenn .Bowling Green, Ky . . . . .Franlclin, Tenn . . . .Nasl'Iville, 'Tenn . . . . .McMinnvi1le, Tenn . . . .NaslTville, Tenn . . . .Nasl1ville, Tenn ... ...Pulas1ci, Tenn . . . . .Little Rock, Arlc Murfreesboro, Tenn. . . . . . .Jaclcsonville, Fla . . . . .Franklin, Tenn . . . .COluml3ia, Tenn. . . . . .Nasl1ville, Tenn . . . .Pulaski, Tenn JOHN H. JARRATT, B.E.. .... .... M urfreesboro, Tenn. ENGLISH CLARK, B.A. .... ..... M cMinnville, Tenn Page lnwo hundred six ,IZ ' Y A, .. . -:. .F-f 1, , ' 1525?-z x 'D I A A f .,.. - 3 .- 1 4A,A ' g-' I A,.. . N l Q 'Li' I If M151 1 ' nrrvcm, mfug m:wuvH1,mu1.. 3143 Page IIDO hundred nine 1. ,V ,N-,, ,ww ,Y ' - 1 ...W . 5 Q- -- ' iff- H-ss ' .A W '?:..,,:i' ' brmm J- 1 9 1 5 , :N Q A , J 97.5 , LQ- I A iq: A .Q f "J-,.--Q 1-.55 4 f fa"-"F:'ffZ'ff-il K f , fi, ,. X 1 sp 1 5 1- Page izvo hundred' ian 1 8 1 5 B Phi Kappa Psi Founded at Washington and Jefferson College, Washington, Pa., February 19, 1852. Colors: Lavender and Pink. Publicaiions: "The Shield," " DR. DUNCAN EVE, JR., CLASS or 1915 jNo. BAYLEss ANDERSON, PHC. FORREST G. BELL, M.D. CHAS. C. FOWLER, M.D. I R. LYLE MOTLEY, M.D. C-Eo. VV. REYER, M.D. WARREN W. Page ima hundred eleven Flower : Sweet Pea. Pocket Catalogue," History, Song Book, Record, The Mystic Friend. TENNESSEE DELTA CHAPTER Established Qctober 7, 1901. FRATRES IN FACULTATE NLD ..,..... Adjunci Professor in Chair of Surgery FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CLAss OF 1916 D. WELFDRD PRATT, B.S. SHELLY G. I-IUGI-IES, B.E. CLASS OF 1917 BELL, M.D. JNO. E. EUGENE S. KANE, D.D.S. CLASS OF 1918 ROBERT C. FOSTER, B.S. LEIGHTON EWELL, B.S. GEO. W. SIVIYTI-I, B.S. BOYD TAYLOR, B.S. n Cox, M.D. A. CLINTON BowIvIAN, D.D.S. fb ff I 9 1 5 PHI KAPPA PSI-TENNESSEE DELTA CHAPTER FELIX R. CHEATHAM J. H. FALL DR. E. S. IVICILVAIN ALLEN BERRY GIDEON B. WADE A. B. HILL, JR. T. E. ELLISTON JORDAN STOKES, JR. W, W, I-IAy5 LOUIS T. BAXTER W. K. PHILLIPS, JR. DR. DUNCAN EVE, JR. JOHN BAXTER T. EVANS BAXTER JUDGE J. XV. BONNER ROBERT ARMISTEAD FRATRES IN URBE J. M. BASS, JR. J. H. JAMISON C. C. MOTZ JOHN B. RANSOM, CORNELIUS HALL JORDAN STOKES FRANK BERRY W. L. TALLEY J C. M. HUNT CHAS. B. WI-IITWORTH W. H. ARMISTEAD JOHN T. CHEEK C. P. CHRISTOPHER EDWARD SWAIM A. B. CLARK R. E. PORTER BAILEY L. RASCOE JAMES I-I. CHEEK W. W. WOODCOCK MEDICUS RANSOM W. M. BLAKE L. M. FLETCHER W. I. EDNVARDS R. S. MORRISON R. D. MILLS, JR. EARL D. SLOAN ERNEST THOMPSON PAUL F. EVE, JR. J. H. THOMAS, JR. Page two hundred izvelvc ,Xxx Yggi, , ' ern 2 ...A f igiig' Ula Q I WN ENN 4 L A ax .Q F! , L ,, i 1 5 , , E ' QI. L ' , ' ' K V, ': ' 1 : Q, 2.21. . S I iq--,QM .5 ::1::?3?::55' A f qi, 1:52 Eiugy Wm ' ' ,.-'1"9H 5 . , 5 I V xl :Y ' ' - wh 0 3: 5.1vu-,ynu1.f1,, mm-,f7,.m1,-,.f an , , lg.:-,az 5 1 -9 1 5 Page two hundred fflecn Xp! asm! Mi img 0? ,E EW l J D 1 5 Page two hundred sfxicen THOMAS l-I. BROWN, M.D.. . .. R. I-I. DENHAM, M.D.. . .. EUGENE SLOAN, LL.B.. . . . W. W. MARTIN, D.D.S.. G. S. RIDLEY, L.L.B.... PAUL I-I. ALLEN, B.S.. .. H. A. ADAMS, B.E.. . .. P. C. KLYCE, B.E.... I-I. R. COCREHAM .... REX ROBERTS .... Page Iwo hundred seveniecn 1 K9 1 5 Phi Kappa Sigma Founclecl at University of Pennsylvania, 1850. F. C. .IO Colors: Golcl ancl Black. Flonber: Chrysanthemum. ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER Established 1902 F RATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CLASS OF . . . . .Nashville, Tenn. . . . .Lewishurg, Tenn. ...Black Rock, Arlc. ....,.Pulaski, Tenn. HNSON, D.D.S. .......... . CLASS OF .Murfreeslaoro, Tenn. .. . . . . .Tupelo, Miss. .. .Mem-iwether, S. C. I CLASS OF . . . .Nashville, Tenn. . . . .Bethpage, Tenn. CLASS OF ... . .OsceOla, Ark. x. 1915 F. I-I. I-IAMMETT, LL.B. .... ..... I-I untsville, Mo I-1. E.. OWEN, B.A. .......... . .... Lakeland, Fla T. V. WOODRING, M.D. ............. ...... N aslwille. Tenn T. L. CUMMINGS, LL.B. CPledgej .... ..... M cMinnville, Tenn .............Paragoulcl, Ark. 1916 C1-IAS. I-I. BROWN, LL.B. .... ...Nashville, Tenn N. D. OVERALL, B.E. ..... Murfreesboro, Tenn ROY K. SRYGLEY, LL.B. .... ...... N ashville Tenn 1917 E I. C..l'lENDERER, JR., B.E.. .. .... Nashville, Tenn JOHN EMERSON, M.D. .... ...Greenville Tenn 1918 WALKER JOHNSTON .... .... R ipley, Tenn mf if If ' -. ' I III' 1 9 1 5 PHI KAPPA SIGMA-ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER HARRY ANDERSON, Phi A. T. LEVINE P. M. ESTES, Phi FRANK FARRIS, A. O. R. E. BELL DR. J. L. BRYAN FRATRES IN URBE E. A. F. DR C. W. A. , J. C. P. J. H. BUFORD L. EDWARDS G. MADDUX . J. M. OLIVER B. PENTECOST GUILD SMITH S. WILLIAMS C. AKERS B. COOPER W. JARRETT OAKLEY HAYES G. W. W. H. W. S. DR. j. H. F. W. j. A. A. A. HOOPER, JR., LEVINE SNOW, A. J. VAUGHN SRYGLEY CooPER Pdge lnwo hunclred cfgf-zieen 1 fb 1 fs X Y- 1. , ff 1 rd 1 JJ 1 5 1 i .: , 74, , ,N r,Jf J . , -,Q ,, - , " ---- S AN-131' -113 5,1 , fax X I-,W , f"1 '.fQ ' 7 1- 1.5 if af f' " La- Qiigif i- -' f . a . ' 1'-:J H- ' Mi, -' 7Iv1,.,:1 . - wi-.--: . .1 ' ,- ' V, - - -X ' Q, - ' ' "" .. 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N. BRYAN A. A. EGGSTEIN FRATRES IN ,UNIVERSITATE CLASS OF 1915 A G. H. GILLEN .... ..... S Outh Pittsburg, Tenn. W. H. BRANDEAU .... T. H. YOUNG ...... ........ N ashville, Tenn. C. L. POLLOCI4 ..... R. T. COOKSEY ..... ..... B owling Green, Ky. R. SMIRL ...... FORREST BELL .... ......... F ewell, Okla. D, H. ANTHONY .... O. G. NELSON ..... ........ M obile, Ala. GLENN REAMS .... L. W. GORTON ...,. ..... W aterproof, La. C. C. FOWLER .... CLASS or l9I6 S. J. CHAPMAN, JR. .... .... '3 rownsville, Tenn. ROBT. SANFORD .... . E. G. GILL ........ ..... R oanoke, Va. A. D. DONNELLY ..... Page Iwo hundred llvenly-one 1 .9 l 5 Publication: "The Centaur. - CURTIS R. L. JONES W. D. HAGGARD D. R. PICKENS E. M. FUQUA GEO. C. WILLIAMSON . . . . .Clarl-zsville, Tenn. . . . . .Rocky Ford, Colo. . . . . .Rocky Ford, Colo. ........Ripley, ......Nasl1ville, . . . .SpicewOOd, . . . . . .l'lenning, .. . .Bowling Cree Tenn. Tenn. Texas Tenn. n, Ky. -QW -SJR?-'-:GLA :SN Fx Cx I fb W. I-I. LEAKE... L. B. ROBINSON. N. A. BRYAN .... F. C. COSTEN. .. "fC. H. DAVIS ..., ,FR. N. HURBERT .... H. L. KLEIN .... C. L. DAVIDSON.. W. V. SANFORD. a"P1ec1ge. ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA-CHI CHAPTER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CLASS OF 1916 -- .... Jacksonville, Fla. .1V1ac1isonvi1le, Ky. CLASS ..L.ebanon, Tenn. .Paragouli Ark. .Ar1ington, Texas . .Pu1aSki, Tenn. .Nashvi11e, Tenn. J. FOSTER .... 0F1917 CLASS OF 1918 - - ..... Lexington, Term. . . .Rip1ey, Tenn. . . . . .Birmingham Ala. A. VAN NESS .... .... N ashville, Term. fc.. REYER ........, ....Nashville, Ten... A'P. J. TRENTZSCH .... ........ -l J. B. WHITE ...... .... B rownsville, Tenn. J. H. LITTERER ..... .... N ashville, Tenn. G. R. LONG .... ...'.Nas1'Ivi11e, Tenn. R. E. SPEIDEL .... .......... S enath, Mo. EW. C. SPAIN .... Murfreesboro, Tenn. Page two hundred twenty-two QE 1 .9 I 5 f Phi Chi Founded at University of Vermont, l886. Colors: Pale Green and White. Flower: Lily of Valley with Leaves. Moito.' Phthanomen Chraismen. PI CHAPTER DR. 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CLEVELAND .... -I , 5' f K fm.. 75.3 J' , K-j, T11 R PHI CHI-PI CHAPTER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CLASS . . . . .Callatin, Tenn. Gainesville, Texas . . . .Nasl'1ville, Tenn. . .Centreville, Ala. C. R. CRUTCHFIELD .... .... N aslwille, Tenn. V. A. DIAL ......... ..... S eneth, Mo. CLASS OF L. E. DYER ..,.... W. B. GODDARD .,... S. R. SISK ...,.... B. M. PHELPS ......... .. R. P. HENDERSON, JR.. .. R. D. SWAIN ....,..... L. O. WILKERSON .... .,........... Page two hundred twenty-five . .lVlol1awl4, Tenn. . . . . .l'larroclsburg, Ky. . . . . .Atl'1ens, Ga. CLASS ..l..owville, N. Y. .....Tampa, Fla. .......Alton, Ill. . . .Stanton, Tenn. fp OF 1915 lVl. l-l. FARMER. .. H. E. FRASER .... K. S. HUNT ..... R. C. lVlAcEE ..... W. B. NASH ..... E. W. STONE ...,. .... 1916 K. G. OGLESBY ..... T. H. COMPERE .... 917 1 fm 1 5 Lf ......Newnan, Ga. Bowling Green, Ky. .......lVlilner, Ca. . . . .Abilene, Texas . . . . .Stanton, Tenn. .Bowling Green, Ky. . . . .Ba1'tow, Pla. . . . .Abilene, Texas C. A. 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ST.'JOHN. . . . . .Nas11vi11e, Tenn. T. B. KELLY .... ...Du Quoin, 111 RANDOLPH DADE ..... ............. 1-I opkinsville, Ky. W. C. AYLEN ....,....... .... M issoula, Mont S. LAWWILL ........ ............. C hattanooga, Tenn. R. W. BURNETT ........,.. ...Wiggins, Miss W. R. MIMS .... ..........,................. N ashville, Tenn. CLASS oi: 1916 A. T. PALMER.. J. C. FOSI-IEE. .. .... .1V1arsha11, Mo. . . . . .Bi1lington, Miss. B. F. RUCKER ,.... - - DARIN ..... . C. V. EZELL ..... .............. C lehurne, Texas W. R. WINN ............ ..Nashville, Tenn A. E. HOLMES ..... ..................... T ampa, Fla. O. P. HENRY ................ .... W est Liberty, Ky M. L.. LEWIS ................. ................ N ashville, Tenn. CLASS OF 1917 R. HOLMES ..... ................. W adley, Cma. R. 1... SIMPSON ........... ..Tuslca1oosa, Ala C. G. MCMUN ..... ............ C arter's Creek, Tenn. L. K. GIBSON .............. ..... N evacla, Mo W. W. BELL ..... ............................ N ashville, Tenn. CLASS OF 1918 A. B. SHUMPERT ..... ............... S hreveport, La. J. H. HAMILTON ............. M. EMERSON .... ............... C1 reenville, Tenn. E. JONES. ..................... -lfi j. E.. Cox ........................................ -l- FRATRES IN URBE j. L. GOODALL C. B. KUHN H. S. EDWARDS EO. M. SI-IELTON HE. W. HANSEN :'1Deceasec1. Pave Iwo hundred lmenly-seven l 63 1 5 D Page two hundred twenty-eight Pagc info lm Colors: JOHN JENKINS ..... C. W. PRICE ...... M. F. HOUSTON .... C. L. BAILEY ..... M. A. STILLEY .... A. J. BONDURANT. .. F. E. HASTY .... E. C. MiLToN ..... S. S. GREENE ,.... S. M. HERON' ..... C. E. TUBE ..... W. S. HARMON .... mlrcd twenty-nine Elteioererrve iowriegeg 1 A9 1 5 Chi Zeta Chi Founded at University of Cteorgia, October I4, IQO3. Purple .and C-old. Flower: White Carnation. Last Annual Convention, Dec. 29, 30, 31, 1913, Augusta, Ga. TI-IETA CHAPTER CLASS OF I9I5 . . . . . .Huhbarcl, Texas C. S. MOSS. .. . . . . .Franklin, Tenn. . . . . .New Decatur, Ala. W. S. CHESTER. . .. ......Banton, Ky. .. . . . . . .Decatur, Ala. WILL HIBBITTS. . . .. . . . . .Charleston, Mo. . . . .Sutherlin, Va. Ci. C. BROOKE. ... . .Alpharetta, Cia. ..................Benton,Ky. F.B.ROSSON.............. .....Kenton,Tenn. L. D. l'llLL, JR. ..... .,.......,. .............. S parta, Tenn. CLASS or I9l6 ....Charleston, Mo. H. PEAVY. . . .. .....Byron, Cva. . . . . .All3ertville, Ala. A. I... WEST. . .. . . . . . . . .Athens. Ga- .. . . . .Canton, Miss. C. W. RAY. . . . .. . . . . . .Waxahachie, Texas . . . . .Vernon, Texas T. G. WRIGHT. . . . . . , . . .Elizabeth City, N. C. CLASS OF 1917 . . . . Jackson, Tenn. R. H. MELLEN. . . . . .- . Aseallle. Washl .. . .Sparta, Term. S. HOUSE. . . . .. ...-.Fl'-Hhklin. Tenn- ....AthenS, La. R. E. MAXWELL. . .. -.-----Selma. Cal- I 9 1 5 L 1 Page Iwo hundred ihirly R' . is if f 1 -9 l -5 Kappa PS1 Omcial fournal: H The lVlask.,, Founded 1879. Incorporated 1903. Ojficial Directory: H The Agora." Colors: Cadet Gray and Scarlet. Flower: Red Carnation. National Convention, Chicago, November, 1913. LAMBDA CHAPTER Organized at Vanderbilt University, January, 1907. FRATRES IN FACULTATE H. H. SI-IOULDERS, M.D. F. A. AYCOCK, MD. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CLASS OF 1915 A. FORD ................. Arcadia, Fla. C, E, BAKER .,,, ,.,, C layemonf, Ill, W' A. CASHION l....'.' Fayetteville, Tenn. T. D. MOORE, JR. ...,... Hopkinsville, Ky. P. O. LEWIS ..... ..... l.. eeds, Ala. R. C. GAW ............. Gaineslnoro, Tenn. P- G' POPE '--'--- -------'- A them, Ala' - H- JAMES ----- ----- T '-1541101 La- R. D. HENDERSON --.---'.. Gleason, Tenn' J. H. HAMILTON ....... ,.Fayetteville, Tenn. A. jAIvII-:s ...... ......... T uxno, La. J' L' JOHNSON '...--. I.,' P hoenixy Ariz' Cn. C. COFFEY .............. Myrtle, Miss. F. BROWN .... ..... C leveland, Ala. L. B' NICK0,-SON --.-'..'. Collinsville, Ala. JOHN F. I-IEFFERNAN ...... Conneaut, Ohio E. PATE .... ,.... B lountsville, Ala. W. G' PAGE-HU '-... Samson, Ala. T. D. BAXTER .............. Waco, Texas C. SIMARO .... .... C ollinsville, Ala. O. M. SPENCER .... ...Bessemer, Ala. GREER ---- ----- P ik-'willev Tenn- H. F. WARREN ........... Clebourn, Texas CLASS OF 1917 M. F. HUDSON ......... Sweetwater, Tenn. CLASS OF l9l8 CLASS OF 1916 A' L' MILLS "" ""' J acksonvllle' Fla' . M. PROTHRO .............. Campti, La. R. C. BUNCH ......... Bowling Green, Ky. M. l. ELLIS ............. Jacksonville, Fla. F RATRES IN URBE C. B. WARNER, PH.C., B.S. JAMES BROWN, PH.C. FRANK BUTENSHON, PH.C., PH.M. H. H. SHOULDERS, M.D. W. R. MOORE, M.D. F. A. CLEVELAND, PH.C., B.S F. A. AYcocK, M.D. M. J. MOORE, M.D. W. R. AUSTIN, PH.C., B.S. Page inio hundred iliiriy-one D. P. P'PooI., M.D. QS 1 .9 1 5 M MED IOAL D TMENT V 2:-121-i Page ima hundred thirty-Iwo Page two hundred thirly-three mg' 1 J 1 9 1 5 P1 Mu Colors: Crimson and Gold. Flower: Crimson Carnation. Moito.' H Semper acl Honoremf' FRATRESINALHUVERMTATE J. J. ANDERSON R. A. OLIVE ' D. F. WELDON J. E. Cl-IILDERS T. E. PARRISH W. D. GILL I-l. H. GOLDBERG S. T. Ross G. W. BURCHFIELD D. A. GREGORY A. SCHEFF J. A. FOUNTAIN I-I. K. I-IINDE -W. W. Scorr W. J. CORE Louis MARKLE R. C. SMISSON C. D. WALTON' M. 5MiTH FRATRESINIJRBE DR. F. B. DUNKLIN DR. C. F. ANDERSON DR. J. P. SCHELL St. Thomas Hospital DR. A. SANDERS City View Sanitarium FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. E. S. MAXWELL l 9 1 5 PHI 'Page info hundred ihirlp-four ,.u? A x f wg. rp fr .f -.I 42 s Qmega Upsilon Phi Grand Chapter organized at Richmond, Va., April 10, 1897. Flower: Red Carnation. Colors: Orange and Gold. PHI CHAPTER Medical Department, Vanderbilt University. Chartered April l, 1912. lnstituted April 8, 1912, C. O. BAILEY .... S. 'E. WALKER .... . W. H. SMITH ..... J. I-l. LEYDA ..... L. I-I. I-IAMNER .... Kappa Ch aP Page two hundred thirty-five FRATERNITY OFFICERS l-l. BOOKER MILLS, lVl.D. .......... . . President F. G. lVlETZGER, lVl.D. . . Vice-Presidcnl T. 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Assisianl Demonslralor of Operaiive Deniislry FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE .. . . .Clinton, .....Oxford,. . . . .Edwarcls, , . . . .Nashville, ... .Anniston, ... ....Madison . . . . .Marshall, . . . .Cleveland . . . . . .Central, . . . . .Fayetteville, ....Gulfport, .....Fayette, . . . . .Alvard, CLASS OF Miss. Miss. Miss. Tenn. Ala. CLAS Wis. Texas Texas S. C. Tenn. Miss. Miss. Texas S 1915 F. C. JOHNSON .... J. A. MOORE ...... W. W. MARTIN... C. F. PICKERING.. l9I6 T. S. JONES. .. JOE MINOR ........ . . TR. P. Moss ..... F. A. MCKINNON. W. H. PAMPLIN.. H. J. REEVES ..... P. W. ToIvI ..... G. F. SEEMAN .... Hparagoulcl, Ark. .Knoxville, Tenn. . . .Pulaski, Tenn. ..Belleview, Ala. T. L. MCMURPHY .... . . . . .Clarlcsville, Tenn. . . . .Russelville, Ala. ..Nashville, Tenn. . . . .Conway, Arlc. . . . . . . . . . .Russelville, Arlc. Fayetteville, Tenn. . . . . .Zebulon, Ga. . . . . . .Runge, Texas . .... Nashville, Tenn. l 3 l 5 PSI OMEGA-GAMMA NU CHAPTER CLASS OF l9l7 T. l-l. CLEVELAND ,.... ..... C entreville, Ala. C. E. PORTER ...... M. A. CHILDERS .... ...... L ufkin, Texas M. L. NAREMOIIE ..... MH. G. EUBANKS .... .... C olumbus, Miss. QW. L. OQUINN ..... FLEMING ..... .... R ocliwoocl, Tenn. XR. T. SIMPSON .... xl... B. CRAIG .... ...., L inclen, Tenn. W. G. TRULOCK .... 'FJ. T. I-IERVEY .... .............. L exington, Ky. J. V. SMITH .............. E. M. OGLESBY .... .................. B aI-ton, Fla. W. J. TICHENOR ............ .... J. B. WILKINSON ............ ....' ............. P r attsville, Ala. xlnledges. FRATRES IN URBE LESLIE W. NOEL S. G. WORKMAN JAMES J. VAUGHN A. l-l. SMITH J. F. BYRD G. F. TENISON Centerville, Tenn. .lVlancl1ester, Ala. . . .Lufkin, Texas . . . .Jasper, Tenn. . . . . .Parls, Texas . . .Somerset, Ky. .Nasl'Iville, Tenn. Page ima Hundred ihirly-efgfll cnrvmam' n :Aww 1: M, :ms sus F-ww Page iwo hundred forty-one a ww w P, 1 8 I 5 1 SD I 5 IQI5 ,y.-r DELTA mem BELT df iyiw 1 t9 1 5 Delta Sigma Delta Founded at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich., March, 1883. Colors: Turquoise Blue and Garnet. DR. HENRY W. MORGAN . DR. J. ATKINSON DALE . DR. J. H. PHILLIPS . DR. RALPH R. BYRNES . DR. J. G. MCDOWELL . Flower .' Garnet Carnation. KAPPA CHAPTER Established 1896. FRATRES IN FACULTATE . . . . . . . . . . . Dean and Professor of Operative Dentistry , Professor of Prosthetic Dentistry ,' Crown anal Bridge Worlf anal Porcelain Professor of Dental Anatomy and Operative Teclmic and Instructor in Por- celaing Supervisor of Operative ana' Prosthetic Clinic and Dental Laboratories . . . . . . Assistant to Chair of Oral Surgery and Operaitve Worlg . Assistant to Chair of Prosthetic Dentistry and Prosthetic Laboratories FRATRES IN URBE DR. GORDON WHITE DR. WILL A. SHEATH DR. DAN B. BLAKEMORE DR. M. VJ. MOORES DR. J. A. PERKINS J. LESTER CURRY . TROY COPFMAN . . DR. T. A. LEONARD FRATRES IN UNlX'ERSITATE OFFICERS GEO. VV. BACON J. O. CUMMINS Grand Master . . S Worthy Nlaster . . J. H. SHAW . . . . Scribe R. D. BOYLES . . . D. M. BOLES . . . Treasurer I. R. CURRY . . . MEMBERS We M. BLAIR A. C. HAYS ARCH MORGAN O. C. MAYBERRY P. M. DAVIS B. C. HOLDER J. L. PRYOR E. GLENN SALMONS T. M. EDWARDS J. T. LASITER A. F. KASPER A. M. SMITH, JR. FRANK F. HAPPY A. MCDONALD N. B. RIDDLE W. A. STALWORTH Page two hundred forty-three J. T. TAYLOR enior Page funior Page . Tyler Historian I 9 I 5 1 215 cb VANDERBILT OMEGA IVERSITY 1 CHAPTER 9 A +I, sn- .41 7 : 5' ,- gg 1 .9 1 5 X1 PS1 P111 Colors: Lavender and Cream. Flower: Rose. OMEGA CHAPTER Established at Vanderbilt, 1905. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE OFFICERS W. B. CLOTWORTHY, '15 .... . . . President B. W. MCCREARY, '16 . Vice-President R. A. REDUS, '16 . . . . Secretary H. J. LAMBERT, '15 . . . . Treasurer H. H. MCCASLINE, '16 .... Editor E. B. ADAMS, '16 . . Master Ceremonies DR. W. G. HUTCHISON . Supreme Advisor MEMBERS E.. Y. NAPIER, '16 S. E.. KAY, '16 M. W. ANDERTON, '17 CHAS. HARRIS, '17 H, C. FEYLER, '16 H. E. HINTON, '16 O. WELBURN, '16 S. E. KANE, '17 FRATRES IN URBE DR. C. W. HOFFER DR. A. G. GRIZZARD DR. E. G. MONROE DR. W. G. HUTCHISON Page Iwo hundred forty-ive fuel , mfg? xg 'fix Q-E. gd '7 -L .f sv , 'rf- l JD 1 5 The Two -Weekly Hustler QTHE THOUGHT or BILL SELLJ W Wm HE. HUSTLER be a remarkable institute for Vanderbilt the greater. Theory, it is a purveyor of newsesg lb f but practice, it is a bureau of progression. It is run by the Business Managel' and the Managing Editor, ably assisted by the Staft Reportorial who is laborers. Chance beams on it glimmeringly and Eddy, the Q Whisker, devotes much of his valuable time upon it, frowning for leaving out the notice of speech on the Nourishment of Poets and Religion. Be it as it can, it is always on the hand at IZM A. M., two-weekly, to be read by an overwhelming majority of the Order Loyal of the Children of Studies, both Academic and Civilization. Tn its staft are oftimes trouble for want or lack of galleys to' linotype. Then the Mang. Ed. do cuss and the Ed.-in- Chiefton progresses up the cast-iron stair to write more editorial on H Happiness, the Bane of Student Lifef' The Report. goes to view the distinct visitor who is intend to air his memory at Chapel in I-lour of Convocation. The printerls demon rapidly organize three Q31 new clubs, which President, Secretary, Treasury, Vice-President, Marshal, and Commodore Represent do then elect on paper. I-le thus compliment his friend by electing to his office of the President together with Woodrow Wilson, asst. honorary member. By this means, his friend bids him to a dance which will be pulled over on the 29 inst. Q Scene will be a meeting of the staft. What is the news? dibbles the Mang. Ed. dryly. I do not know that there were such thing, responds the Reportfs in a chorus. Then we must write about the Vanderbilt Union which needs money, is the swift reply. And as it is ordered, a column on page first is manufactured. Scene two is the funny side, very jokeful. What about the sororities? is the query provoked by the Mang. Ed. The K. A. Thetas would not answer, say one of the Reportfs. Did you try Delta? rejoins accelerendo. Every person laugh loudly at the humorous conversation and Jay Gee Ess make a mental reservation to insert same in P. D. Whom is do you think E. T. Brutus? squirms a stray contributor to the Observer. I ken not, liars the Mang. Ed., and if I should I would not. Do you presume it to be George R. Mayfield? insist the question. Heaven forbid. He no doubt has the brain but his typewriter is civilized. ls it W. Y. Elliot, the sage of Bucklebellows? No, he cannot descend from Xmass poetry and Woodrow essay. ls it G. Stahlman? Far be it from such. 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SCOGGINS NANNIE LEWIS ROBERTA DILLQN EUNICE JACKSON ALPHA ETA CHAPTER Established January, l904. SORORES IN URBE FRANCES SLEMONS MARGARET SLEMONS BENNETT PEARCE LOUISE ADAMSON FRANCES MCLESTER ELISE CHASE CHARLOTTE Fox MISS ELISE I-IANDLY MISS MISS KATE GUILL MISS MISS MARY LIPE MISS MISS MAY BELLE SAUNDERS MISS MRS. RALPH Down MISS MISS MARJORIE EZELL MISS MISS PATRONESSES MRS. W. J. VAUGHN MRS. B. E. YOUNG MRS. H. C. TOLMAN MRS. A. M. HARRIS MRS. J. T. MCC-ILL MRS. THOS. CARTER MRS. DAN MCGUGIN 1 D 1 5 JULIA ELIZABETH BROOKS .... MARY jo HARWELL .... HENRIETTA SPERRY ..... ELLEN DUFFY ...,. HELEN ADAMSON ..... HELEN ANDERSON..... MARY HEISKELL .... MARJORIE SHAPARD ..... ELISE MANEY ..,..... HELEN FIELDS ..... ADELAIDE HAGGARD... ANN KINKEAD ..... KAPPA ALPHA TI-IETA-ALPHA ETA CHAPTER SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE . ............... Nashville, GERTRUDE PORTER ..... . . . . . .Pu1aS1-ci, . . . .Nashvi11e, . . . .Nashvi11e, .....Nashvi11e, ........Bel1vue, ................1VlemphIs, LOUISE HERRON ........ . . . . .Shel1ayvi1le, . . . . .Nashvi11e, . . . .Nashvi11e, .. . . .Nashville, . . . . .Nashvil1e, CLASS OF 1915 Tenn. RAVENNA WAKEFIELD. ........ Clinton, Ky CLASS OF 1916 Tenn. EVELYN POLK NORTON .... Tenn. MAGGIE LEE LYTLE ...... CLASS OF 1917 Tenn. MARGUERITE DOZIER ..... Tenn. ELIZABETH Coox ..... Tenn. FRANCES STREET ,... . . Tenn. ELSA MCC-ILL ..,..... CLASS OF Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. , Nashville, 1918 JULIA TURNBULL .... LINDA RHEA ...... LOUISE LIPSCOMB .... ILEY NUN CAGE ...., LEVIE REYNOLDS .... Tenn. . . . .PulaS1ci, Tenn . .Nas11vi1le, Tenn ......Ocalo, Fla .. . . .Frank1in, . . .Franklin . .Nashvil1e, . .Nashvil1e, . . Nashville, . .Nashville, Winchester, v Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn ..San Diego, Cal . .Nashvi1le, Tenn Page two hundred fifty two 'K QQ? 1 'WWX Cl1T5WY E cauvmsur may B v mm. n num ann E4 rmyn ufnua :fu I x. nv .. -fm -4- w 4-V ff-mf, 1 - fi ' 355' :SE 53' 53 I9 -,i Q, : Q- g 1 1 3 1 5 Page ilvo hundred fifty-fve l 8 I 5 Delta Delta Delta Founded at Boston University, 1888. Colors: Silver, Golcl, ancl Blue. , A Flower: PBIISY- Number of Active Chapters, 45. Number of Alumnae Chapters, 32. DELTA DELTA DELTA-GAMMA CHAPTER Established September 16, 1911. POST-GRADUATE FLOYE POWELL, lVI.A..., ..,. Villa Rica, Ga. NINA LOUISE EARLY, M.S. .... ..... N ashville, Tenn. CLASS OF 1915 CORINNE RICH, B.S. .............. ,... N ashville Tenn. NADINE OVERALL, B.A. ..... Murfreesboro, Tenn. CATHERINE PARKE ACKLEN, B.S. .... .... N ashville Tenn. GLADYS GRIFFIS, D.D.S. .... ,...... P aris, Texas . CLASS or 1916 ELLENE RANSOM, B.A..... .... Nashville Tenn. MIRIAM SNEED, B.S.... ..... Nashville Tenn. CLASS OF 1917 l'1ARRIETTE BECKHAM, B.S. ..... .. ......,. Union City Tenn. KATE EASTMAN SAVAGE, B,S. .... ..... N ashville, Term. PAULINE GARARD, B.S. ...... ............... N ashville, Tenn. AILEEN CHAMBERS, B.A. .... ....... F ulton, Ky. SARAH PARIS, B.S. ........... ...........,... N ashville, Tenn. CLASS OF 1918 MARGARET LAMB, B.S. ...... .... N ashville, Tenn. KATHERINE LE SUEUR, B.S. ..... ..... N ashville Tenn. EVELYN EARLY, B.S. ............ .... N ashville Tenn. ANNIE WHITE FOLK, B.S. .... ..... N ashville, Tenn. MARGUERITE SCHARDT, B.A., .... .... N ashville, Tenn. PAULINE MCGOWAN, B.S. ,... ..... N ashville,T61'm- ANNlE LAURIE CAMPBELL, B.S. .... .... N ashville Tenn. LOUISE DAHNKE, B,S. .... ..... U nion City Tenn. Page two hundred ffiy six Page two hundred ffly-.seven MRS. ANDREW B. BENEDICT MRS. ARCHER BEASLEY MRS. MARIAN WARD . AQ.. I -.hi 3 If if-H? 431,-.AE Q. ,.,u Q ' 'S fm .ff -. .- 5 32 2: S, :I A 1 9 I 5 DELTA DELTA DELTA-GAMMA CHAPTER J SORORES IN URBE MRS. HERMAN RICH DOROTHY CALHOUN LOUISE M. BRYAN MRS. W. D. PHILLIPS MARY STEADWELL ELLEN B. WALLACE fb. MRS. GUS W. DYER GRACE I-IAYES MRS. R. W. BALCOIVI VIRGINIA RANDLE LUCILE LANDIS MARY STAHLMAN DR. E. M. GATES MRS. MRS MRS MRS LOUISE GOODLOE MRS. C. H. FOWLER MRS. ROBERT ELEAZER PATRONESSES LEONIDAS C. GLENN MRS. J. I-I. STEVENSON JOHN L. ASHFORD MRS. JOHN DANIEL R. B. STEELE MRS. ST. GEORGE L. SIOUSSAT GEORGE MARTIN MRS. EDWIN L. MIIVIS MRS. W. I-I. SCI-IUERMAN QHEMMQQ I 9 1 :J L X Page info hundred ffly-eight E LJ Y 5 Page lmo hundred ffly-ni P 4 V Uv A . A -. ---. -- 553 5 iiimiflf if . i X'r Q - 1 ' , f Wkwffdggwl QM? I 8 1 5 x ,A...,, .... , VANDER BHI! UN IVBR5 ITY Page two hundred sixiy 1 D 1 5 Phi Beta Kappa Founded at William and Mary College in Virginia, December 5, 1776. ALPHA OF TENNESSEE Established at Vanderbilt 1901. GRADUATE OFFICERS HERBERT CUSHINC. TOLMAN, Ph.D., D.D., S.T.D., LL.D .President BRUCE R. PAYNE, M.A., Ph.D. A . , Third Vice-Presideni ST. GEORGE L. SIOUSSAT, Ph.D. ..., First Vice-President GEORGE R. MAYFIELD, M.A. . . . Corresponding .Secretary EDWIN MIMS, Ph.D. ....... Second Vice-President JOHN THOMAS MCGILL, Ph.D. . . Recording Seeretdry CHARLES EDGAR LITTLE, Ph.D .... ,. . . . Treasurer UNDERGRADUATE OFFICERS CLIFTON ALEXANDER RAGSDALE , Fresidenl JACOB TYREE WOODSON . . .Secretary LEO LINCECUM COLE, JR. . Treasurer FRATRES IN FACULTATE R. A. BARR L. C. GLENN J. J. LUCK J. T. MCGILL. ST. GEORGE L. SIOUSSAT THOMAS CARTER S. N. HAGEN OWSLEY MANIER EDWIN MIMS H. C. TOLMAN H. B. CARRE E. L. JOHNSON G. R. IVIAYFIELD W. P. OTT I W. H. WITT J. H. KIRKLAND J. C. RANSOM STUDENT MEMBERS' ELECTED FROM THE CLASSES OF 1914 and 1915 LEO COLE, JR., '15 EARNEST ESKIND, '14 J. H. LITTERER, '14 E. B. STILZ, '14 L. O. WILKERSON, '14 J. N. CAMPBELL, '14 C. K. LESLIE, '14 BESSIE W. NEWSUM, '14 C. A. RAGSDALE, '15 J. T. WOODSON, '15 CARTER ALEXANDER THOMAS ALEXANDER DR. RICHARD BARR LEWIS T. BAXTER ANNE SCALES BENEDICT L. B. BOBBITT JOHN BULL C. H. BUFORD Page ima hundred sixiy-one E. B. CHAPPELL EARNEST ESKIND BERNARD FENSTERWALD RALPH FENSTERWALD FITZGERALD HALL A. F. JONES R. S. HENRY NAOMI KAYI-IOE C. T. KIRKPATRICK F RATRES IN URBE J. H. LITTERER C. E. LITTLE L. J. LOVENTHAL ADELAIDE W. LYON T. H. MALONE P. D. MADDIN DR. OWSLEY MANIER LOUIS MARKLE T. H. IVIEEKS PENELOPE MCDUFFIE JOHN NICHOLS W. E. NORVELL, JR. BRUCE R. PAYNE FLORENCE GATES RICH STELLA RICH MORRICE RICH WM. F. RUSSELL J. W. SEWELL DR. IRVING SIMONS ELVA SLY A. H. M. STONECIPHER W. D. STRAYHORN C. C. TRABUE S. A. VAN NESS CLAUDE WALLER 4' ' '31 Ti '-"L ' . . r-T41 ,. -nf-q p WR fm Fw 3155 ff gm . Q, 27 SKU! f 11 :Vin x.,g,,-Pj fy .fm 1 5 1 Page Iwo hundred sixiy-Iwo Page Iwo hundred .sfxly-ihrec Sigma Upsilon -Literary Founded at University of the South, 1906. Colors: Olive Green and Old Gold. CALUMET CLUB Founded 1907. 1 S5 E 1 5 Flower: Jonquil. OFFICERS RGBT. C. FIELDS ..... . President CEO. P. WVINTON . . . .... Secretary EUGENE SLOAN . . Treasurer ' SOPHERIM E PROE. j. J. LUCK G. I-I. ARMISTEAD, jR. PROF. G. R. IVIAYFIELD J. N, CAMPBELL PROP. W. P. OTT EUGENE SLOAN I R. G. FIELDS JOHN YoE Louis SPERRY JAMES STEPHEN STANLEY JOHNSON GEORGE WINTON PROP. JOHN RANSOME ALEC B. STEVENSON ' jAs. G. STAHLMAN D. L. IVICMURRY -1352, 'Vx W 3 1 S 1 an 1 5 Page two hundred sixty-four Colors: Argent and Azure. Fl Q TsQEQ f 1 L9 l 5 Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity Founclecl at Law Department University of Michigan, 1869 onzer: Jacqueminot Rose. MALONE CHAPTER-VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY F RATRES IN FACULTATE ALLEN G. HALL JOHN BELL KEEBLE W. K. MCALISTER J. W. JUDD E. T. SEAY ACTIVE MEMBERS CLASS or 1915 l. W. KEYS .... ..... A lmo, Ky. EUCENE SLOAN ..... ..... B lack Rock, Ark. CLASS OF 1916 GEORGE H. ARMISTEAD, JR.. .. .,............ Franklin, Tenn. WALKER GILL ............. ....... M eridian, Miss. JNo. NEAL CAMPBELL ...., ................ N atchez, Miss. GRANVILLE S. RIDLEY, JR. ..... .,... M urfreesboro, Tenn. W. CURRELL VANCE ........................... Nashville, Tenn. CLASS OF 1917 ' E. T. LAMKIN ........... .,....... M onroe, La. W. A. MCDONNELL .... .... L iltle Rock, Ark. REMBERT MARSHALL ..... ..... N ashville, Term. JAMES C. STEPHENS ..., ...,. N ashville, Tenn. FRATRES IN URBE JNo. H. DEWITT H. C. MERRITT, JR. LEWIS TILLMAN BRADLEY WALKER EDWARD PALMER W. R. MANIER, JR. LUKE LEA JOHN M. CATE W. P. COOPER T. H. MALONE W. E.. NORVELL, JR. H. D. LEACH S. C. PILCHER LEE DOUGLAS ASHBY LOVELACE E. J. WALSH R. S. HENRY M. B. ADAMS E.. J. HAMILTON C. CECIL SIMS Page two hundred sixty-five F13 -vm ., pvfm- f' ,g ' 1 :J 1 5 Page Iwo hundred sfxly-.six -'K' u- ' w 5-f-Rv AMS-,J R ,sw l 'F'.cu5. If.. 1 9 I 5 Tau Kappa Alpha Established at Vanderbilt, April, I9I0 Membership in the Tau Kappa Alpha Fraternity is limited to those who have represented Vanderbilt in an Intercollegiate Debate or Oratorical Contest. FRATERNITY OFFICERS A EUGENE SLQAN. .... ..... P resident FRED WOODARD.. .... Secretary and Treasurer MEMBERS EARL C. COOLEDGE G. D. NAYLOR C. C. SIMS EUGENE SLOAN F. C. WOODARD A. M. HARRIS FRATRES IN URBE WM. E. NORVELL, JR. J. S. LAURENT fsewanee Debate, X093 fvirginia Debate, 'IOJ H. R. SUMMERS R. S. HENRY fceorgia Debate, 'IOJ fsewanee Debate, '07g Georgia Debate, 'O9j JNo. H. DEWITT A. M. HARRIS A. I. WINSETT ALUMNI MEMBERS ' FRED T. WXLSON H. C. HOY J. C. GUILD W. E. HAWKINS, JR. MARVIN E. HEFLIN H. L. HUGI-IES H. W. ROBERTSON J. A. CHAPMAN G. W. FOLLIN L. F. CHAPMAN A. M. PYBURN F. R. CHENAULT O. S. GUY F. P. CULVER J. F. MIDDLETON C. C. GREGORY A. M. FREEMAN R. H. RUFE HARRY Page ima hundred ' KING sixty-seven I 9 1 5 4 Page two hundred sixty-eight 1 8 1 5 Phi Kappa Chi MEDICAL HONOR ERATERNITY ara Qprs GLJQJ HIS organization was founded in the Medical Department of Vanderbilt University in the spring of 1914 by the five men of that yearls class who had the highest average grades for the first three years. The name Phi Kappa Chi was given the society. It is a Senior Honor fraternity and stands for practically the same things as does the Phi Beta Kappa literary society. A desire to furnish an incentive for higher scholarship and a stimulus for a thorough and systematic study of medicine prompted the founders. There is only one national organization among medical men that has this aim, and that is the Alpha Omega Alpha Fraternity. Phi Kappa Chi has a petition before this fraternity and hopes to have a charter granted in the near future. At present there are only seventeen chapters of Alpha Omega Alpha, and most of them are in Eastern schools. A chapter has recently been established at Tulane. Membership to Phi Kappa Chi is by election and depends on scholarship and character. Every man who becomes a member must have an average grade for his first three years' work of ninety per cent or more, he must have an irre- proachable character, and must be unanimously passed on 'by every active member and the five faculty members. FACULTY MEMBERS DR. L. E. BURCH ........ ............. N ashville, Tenn. DR. J. A. WITHERSPOON .... ................. N ashville, Tenn. DR. W. A. BRYAN .......... F. B. BREWER. .. C. H. CLEVELAND ..... .. W. B. GODDARD.. L. GRAVES ...... N. R. JACKSON .... .... Page ima hundred .sixty-ninc CLASS Gainesville, Texas ..Cenlrevi1le, Ala. .I-Iarrodsburg, Ky. . . .Ado1phus, Ky. .Smithwic1c, Texas DR. W. D. HAGGARD .... ..... N ashville, Tenn. DR. DUNCAN EVE, SR. ....... ..... N ashville, Tenn. ...............Nashvil1e, Tenn. OF 1915 S. LAWWILL ..... .... C hatlanooga, Tenn. C. R. PoLLocK ..... ..... R ocky Ford, Colo. R. SMIRL ..... ..... R oclcy Ford, Colo. J. H. ST. JOHN .... ..... N ashville, Tenn. M. A. STILLEY ..... ....... B enton, Ky. QQQM QEE l U 1 '5 1 1 Page two hundred seventy Y ,7 . 1 ORGANIZATIG R354 . Q 3 69' -ga! a 5 UNIQQ l until this year, r ti 1 .o 1 5- The Vanderbilt Union HE student body of Vanderbilt University for many years has been perhaps more widely separated in interest and spirit, due to its different campuses, than any other student body in the South. For some time it has been the opinion of many students and certain members of the faculty that we need here at Vanderbilt a union such as exists at Yale and Harvard and other Northern Universities, to unite and bind together these different elements, but not when the standards of admission into the Medical Department were raised so as to include one year in our Academic Department, was the plan for a Union at all feasible. On October l9, l9l4, representatives from the different fraternity houses, together with the residents of Kissam Hall, met and planned for such a Union. They elected officers, amended and adopted a con- stitution that had been Previously prepared by certain of its promoters, planned for fitting up a Union room in Kissam, and launched a membership campaign, in which practically every man in Kissam Hall and a large representation from the fraternity houses were enlisted. Many faculty members also showed a vital interest in the movement and contributed generously to its financial needs. The Union room is fitted up with games of various descriptions, newspapers, books and magazines, and serves admirably for a central gathering place for all the students ofthe West Campus. The ultimate purpose of the Union, however, is a university-wide organization, centered in a large Union building, located on the West Campus. Plans are already being made for such a building, and it is confidentially believed that within the next few years the Vanderbilt Union will be a dominant factor for the making of a greater Vanderbilt. Page Iwo hundred scvcnly-llxree I H 1 5 v-. 4 X,-, y il? 'ab 22 f v M 1 J, ' ,-Ziff' f 2 - fm 4 Qxrxff -fffz' 'g.v7z::z'?xf:17:z:ti:',?.':1':1m:2z'm:::f51'af.':f1z' 'eff :fr.11-zfsmzuyrzizeff.zxsizzzfglzg:,:5:f:::5wz:5gvr:::1 "':1::f:,:x.x-r .. . f Q El X ".z'zxax2T:v::: .wap-Anrf.-f -.-,x 7559 v G Q - A -H -A-A A 1 L3 Page Iwo hundred seventy-four ICQ I 5 Lf N k H gf H " 4. Q V ,dan '5:'f'. r "PL 0 0 .. 5l OFFICERS J. C. RANSOM . ..... . - President VICTOR P. LEE ..... .... V Ice-President MISS NINA EARLY . . . , Secretary MEMBERS GEO. R. MAYFIELD VICTOR P. LEE W. A. ZIMMERMAN WOODALL HOGAN A. I-I. M. STONECIPHER MISS ANNIE CARTER SMITH J. F. RIPPEY MISS NINA EARLY TIEN LU LI MISS FLOY POWELL HENRY EVANS MISS ROBERTA DUBOSE JNO. C. RANSOM D. L. MCMURRAY J. W. JENKINS Page ilvo lmndred sevenly-fvc MISS SARAH V. CLEIVIENT DR. E. L. JOIINSON I 53 1 5 Page inm hundred seventy-six A' I WI E SQ EQ I ' 'W : r ' I-fm wh- wb . - Q. , 5? - ,E-. in ,- I' ,I 57- M tg: 52:4 . ,Ml QR-MQ IIE F' ?'i:.,,,,:wa , ,,,,,, 'IC 9 C 1 5 W VZSQGDGQ I 5, - . 'T' Fx ,G - ggi? 0 7: ,Q ' '53 f62175'r'a' Ii? 'ef W e . I' I so Iegfwi' f 'af Nr-4 af 'VEYLQI e , OFFICERS AIVIIVIIE SIKES .... ..... P resident J. D. C. ATKINS .... . . ViCC-PfC5idEl1f R. ALEC YOUNG . . . Secretary GEO. P. WINTON . . . I Treasurer MARTIN S. CHESTER . . . Direeler General MEMBERS Page 11120 hundred sevenly-seven THOS. ELLIOTT F. BERNARD EVERS GEO. P. WINTON ROBT. G. FIELDS TOM BROWN R. ALEC YOUNG AMMIE SIKES MARTIN S. CHESTER E. T. LAMKIN J. D. C. ATKINS EUGENE SLOAN GEORGE SLOAN D. T. RALSTON E. C. BARWICK FRANK SIvIITI-I l 8 1 5 Page two hundred seventy-eight MM D RE 1 9 1 5 I A fp I I I V I1 , X X I I, X f Lg Q 5 f- X -Q. ' aj S, . Yi . .V- - I4 . ' Q I Q -.f ' 4 N .Q 4, ' : F ' IX , OFFICERS 1 Q 2 l'I5.Ql'X ' PAUL H. ALLEN . ,,,, ,..- P resgdehl 2 .I l "' t M- A- HAYES - - . . . Vice-Presfzfcni 5 I' ff . . MKII: I S. C. HUGHES .... Secreiary-Treasurer K I " H M. S. LEWIS, Commodore Rcprcsenialive I ' E ' MEMBERS ' HOWELL E. ADAMS. QI: A 9, "Spen.IIhfIfI" I 7 . KI fw?l0l I ini Page llvo hundred sevenly-nine PAUL H. ALLEN, fb K E, "Pere R. M. DAVIDSON, K E, "jail Bird " . R. L. GARNER, B 9 II, "Bob" W. G. GILL, A T "Doc" JACK PEAVEY, A T A, "OIT" M. A. HAYES, B 9 H, "Simple Simon H D. N. ROBINSON, A T Q, "Prof" G, G. HUGHES, CD K XII, "Shine " 'G. W. REYER, ID K XII, "Pud" M. S. LEWIS, K A, HBugs" C. E. SCIPLE, K A, "Sip" D. C. MooRE, K E, " Mink " J. G. STAI-ILMAN, E X, "Jimmy" G. T. OFFENHOUSER, E A E, " Dutch" j. N. STEADWELL, A K E, "jawn " H. B. NORTHCUTT, E X, " Cutter " L. H. WEAKS, A K E, "Fresh " -I l 9 I 5 Page two hundred eighty it 1 9 1 5 Witherspoon Club U 6567259 I-IE Witherspoon Club was organized in October, 1913. It is a Senior Medical Society and was founded W by the graduating class of 1914. A desire to bring the members into closer contact and to furnish an op- Q a portunity for them to get together and discuss in a formal way the various events of medical progress prompted Q the founders. The further purposes of the Club are to foster comradeship among its members, to enhance the social life of the Medical Department, and to stimulate a greater love for their alma mater and their profession. The Club is strictly non-partisan. While membership is by election, the balloting is so arranged that the best qualified and most deserving men are elected. It is not simply an Honor Society, but is a working organization that stands upon underlying principles of fellowship and mutual aid in the pursuit of scientific knowledge. Bi-weekly meetings are held, at which the business of the Club is transactedg papers on some recent or muchly agitated subject are presented by two of the membersg the discussion is then opened by two other previously appointed meng after which any member is at liberty to ask questions or add to the discussions. A program very similar to that of any other medical society is carried out. ln this way the members get accustomed to thinking quickly and accurately and become self-reliant and are enabled to express their thoughts with a force and an assurance that compels the attention of their audience. E In addition to these bi-weekly meetings, from time to time the members of the Club meet in some social function. Last year a smoker and two banquets were staged. Dr. John A. Witherspoon is always honor guest at these gatherings, for it was for him that the Club was named. Dr. Witherspoon is Ex-President of the American Medical Association, Professor of Medicine and Clinical Medicine in Vanderbilt, and is held in highest esteem by the entire student body and the medical profession at large. To our successors we entrust the Club with the request that they cherish its teachings, emulate its standards, ever "en- deavoring to keep the unity of spirit in the bond of peace." C' HAL CLEVELAND, Presidenii 1... W. GORTON, Vice-President,- T. B. KELLY, Treasurer, W. H. BRANDAU, Secretary. Page two hundred eighty-one I 9 1 '5 Q x Page two hundred eighty-two Page tum hundred eighty-lhree 5? f .f- X ff fA If QLEET DOUGLAS HENRY . CURRELL VANCE ..... JOHN SIMPSON ........ FRANK C. SMITH . . HENRY MEEKS ..... is 'T FC V N 1 .9 JV -TRW It i f f ,Hg WMA A 4?R.e6Q Q' , pf YM? A 'Q . Presfdenl . . . . Manager . . . . . Assistant Alanager . Secreiary- Treasurer . Director MEMBERS Firsi Tenors Second Tenorsv Firsl Bassas- Second Bassas HENRY MEEKS CARL E. SCIPLE FRANK C. SMITH WILSON SEARICHT E. C. BARWICK C. C. VARNELL DOUGLAS S. HENRY CURRELL VANCE JNO. SIMPSON THOS. A. FRAZIER BEVERLY DOUGLAS HERSEY STETSON R. E. THOMPSON W. L. COVINGTON C-. T. OFEENHAUSER HOWARD C. FEYLER K. C. FRITTS R. P. HENDERSON JAS. C. STEPHENS THOMPSON DUNGAN THORNLEY S. JOBE Accarnpanisl-JAMES N. HEAGEN. OClCfiC-MEEKS, BARWIGK, SCIPLE, HENDERSON, OFFENHAUSER, HENRY, VANCE, FEYLER. Quarieite-IVIEEKS, DOUGLAS, HENRY, VANCE. Soloisis-DOUGLAS, SCIPLE, MEEKS, JOBE. I 5 IIWMWWWM A2 I 1 5 X 1 an 1 5 l 9172 K 9 K ? ws, Q gy Z- ' , :EEL-. ,-nm . .. f,- K ,v., -. F, -, Q - , ,E 1 -.-.xw,:3.,::-,- 5:5 , V .. 4, . H .Y ., . -4. , . L Page llvo hundred eighly-four Q MM at 5 1 9 1 L5 BRFXNXRTID 1 LLM 'QW M ig! mn? N1 AW' 9.6904 W5- V 'ig Ms I A.. yu I if W W ' Page two hundred eighty-ive mlm Af' -J , bm! f 5? Yu: K 22' ' :fill . oi I 'I I I J f 5 ', 020 I I u I X x ' xik L 43 0 Q lx , Nx , A - x 4 fl Xxx rs I N A Q If : x j ,X fx-'A I1 l KX L A ,I XFX I ,MJ ff X Lx . x ,434 r- ? 4- :Wg---L'LA1. '-M I 'Q ff VJ in An" ' A' xg 1 1 V 4 x , Q 'iii' 'N v 1? REMBERT MARSHALL JACK Norzwoon . . MEADE FRIERSON, JR HOWELL ADAMS . HARRY LEAKE . NAT SHOFNER .Preside . Vice-Presidc . . , Manag Assisianl Manag Publicity Manag Publicfly Nlanag 1 GJ I -5 The College Widow Presented by the Vanderbilt Dramatic Club UNDER DIRECTION OF Miss PAULINE SI-IERWOOD TOWNSEND Vendome Theatre, Friday, December 4, l9l4. CAST OF CHARACTERS Billy Bolton, a halfback ...................... I g. . .JOHN NORWOOD Peter Witherspoon, A.lVl., Ph.D., President of Atwater Col- lege .,.......,........................... WILLIAM ELLIOT Hiram Bolton, D.D., l..l...D., President of the K. 81 K. Road .........................,..........,. NAT SHOFNER "Matty" McGowan, a trainer ............ ....... R USSELL ROSE Hon. Elam Hicks of Squantumville. .. "Rube" Hicks, a freshman ....... .. Jack Larrabee, the football coach ...., B. MILAM ......j. A. Ci-IR1sLER . . . .REMBERT MARsI-:ALL Copernicus Talbott, post-graduate tutor. .. .......... DEAN ELLIS "Silent" Murphy, center ................. "Stub" Talmadge, a busy undergraduate. .. Tom Pearson, right tackle ............. Ollie Mitchell, a student ............. Dick McAllister, a student ..... njimseyn Hopper, a student ..... .. Daniel Tibbets, town marshal ...., ..,..."PUD" REYER . . . .HARRY LEAKE .......JOl-IN Cox .......WALT HYDE . . . .ALFRED BRANI-IAM . . . . .I-IERSEY STETSON . . . . .ELMO THOMPSON Neddie Blake, cheer leader ........... Jane Witherspoon, "The College Widow" Bessie Tanner, an athletic girl ......... Flora Wiggins, a prominent waitress .... .... .JOHN SIMPSON . .MIRIAM APPLEBEE UCATHERINE STONE . .... EVELYN NORTON Mrs. Primley Dalzelle, a grass-widow .... .... l.. UCILE HUNTER Luella Chubbs, a town girl ........... Bertha Tyson, a town girl .......... Cora Jenks, a town girl ..... Sally Cameron, a town girl ..... Ruth Aiken, a town girl .......... Josephine Barclay, a town girl .... Helen Somers, a town girl ............ Mary Appleblossom, a town girl ....... .... .WILMA IsOM . ..,. HELEN FIELDS . . . . . . .ELIsE MANNEY CATHERINE ACKLEN . . . . .MARGARET LAMB ........ELSA MCGILL .....lLEY NUNN CAGE ..........FRANCES STREET Students-I-lARwELL, IRISH, KYLE, REID, FRAZIER, JACKSON, MCDONNELL, MILLER. Football Players-SIKES, CODY, PUTNAM, NORTHCUTT, Cor-IEN, TURNER, MORRISON, CANNON, S. CHESTER, PHILLIPP, ANDERSON. SYNOPSIS OF SCENES The scenes of the play are laid at Atwater College, an inland insti- ACT ll.-ln the gymnasium. The Faculty Reception. One day tution of learning, lying east of Minnesota and somewhere west of elapses between Acts l- and ll. New York. ACT lll.-The athletic held. The annual Thanksgiving day football ACT l.-ln part of main building. Opening of Fall Term, early game between Atwaterand Bingham College. September. ACT IV.-Thanksgiving night. ln front of Grand Central Hotel. Page iwo hundred eighty-six 3 M Q , S' 1 5 129 n-4 li 9,16 RE Page lwo hundred eighly-seven l .O 1 5 Page ima hundcrd eighty-cighl 5 .1 S 9' A if V- M, 2.5 5 1 L9 l 5 Dlalectlc Llterary SOC1Cty OFFICERS J. F. RIPPEY . . . Presidenl POPE SHANNON . . . . . Vice-President B. B. CONINE ..... . . . . . Criiic O. C. I-IAIvIIvIocIc ,... . . . ,.... Secretary C. E. COOLIDGE. .... ....... T reasurer D. M. ROBISON ...... . . Sergeant-ai-Arms W. P. M. MCIWXIICKEN . . , Chaplain MEMBERS B. H. ABERNATHY M. D. ODUM R. L. ARTERBURY D. M. ROBISON W. B. CALDWELL I-I. G. RooIcER I-I. R. COCHREI-IAM W. I-I. HARRISON B. B. CoNINE M. WISE C. E. COOLIDGE J. F. RIPPEY C. O. BEASLEY POPE SHANNON LONNIE COVINCTON S. I-I. PATTERSON O. C. HAMMOCK W. P. M. MCMICKEN WALKER JORDAN L. R. SUMMERS H. E. OWEN D. M. SENSING Page Iwo hundred eighty-nine r'-" 2:12 1 . v - Q 1 9 I 5 Page two hundred nineiy I 4 I 8 1 5 Ph11OSOph1C L1terary Soclety OFFICERS FRED C. WOODARD ..., ..... .,.... P r csidenf RICHARD GLEAVES .... . . Vice-President J. G. COSTEN ....... . . . , 'Secretary W. S. YOUNG ...... . . .,.... Criiic C. A. RAGSDALE . . . ..... Chaplain ROBERT OVERALL . . Sergeant-at-Arms MEMBERS R. M. ATKINSON HOWELL JACKSON DOUGLAS CROCKETT SEWARD MARK BUTLER CHARLIE LANZ JACK A. SEWARD MATT CAMPBELL I-I. T. LILLY DAVE F. SMITH G. COSTEN MCCLAIN JAMES G. STAHLMAN PRENTISS COOPER R. L. MITCHELL NOBLE VAN NESS I-I. C. EVANS H. B. NORTHCUTT F. C. WOODARD E. B. EVERETT ROBT. OVERALL T. S. WILSON I-I. L. PINNEY L. P. PADGETT W. S. YOUNG M. C. FORD W. C. PORTER PERCY YOUNG TOM FRAZIER CLIFTON RAGSDALE ROBERT YANCEY R. D. GLEAVES CHARLES RAGLAND ENGLISH CLARKE ' R. L. HILL M. SLAUOHTER SILVAN GOTTSCHALL A. B. I-IARWELL SEDBERRY W. Y. ELLIOTT PAUL HUSSEY P. I-I. ALLEN Page info hundred nfnciyone , avi . 'S .57 K ,l-. W h . Maha! fi wwf? if l K9 1 5 W Page Iwo hundred ninety-two ,- Is. 1- N. john Marshall Law Club 1 O l L5 L. x, OFFICERS S. A. VAN NESS . .... . . Chief fusiice l. W. KEYS .... . . Ffrsl Associale fuslfce W. N. KILLOUGI-I . . . Second Assoclaic fusifce O. N. KILLOUGH ,... . . . .... Clerk GRANVILLE RIDLEY . . . ,... Marshal J. R. ScHooI.IfIELD . . ..... Treasurer LEON GILBERT . . . Allorney-General MEMBERS OTTO AULT WM. A. MOORE CHAS. BROWN GEo. W. PURYEAR E. C. BARWICK ALLEN M. PREWITT I-IARDIN I-I. CANN GRANVILLE G. RIDLEY T. L. CUMMINGS W. J. SLAUGHTER B. A. DEW J. R. SCHOOLFIELD J. j. DULANEY EUGENE SLO:-.N LEON GILBERT JOHN P. SHEA FRANK HAYS ANDREW TI-IUSS' C. C. I-IUEEMAN COOPER THWEAT I. W. KEYS GEO. A. SLOAN O. N. KILLOUGI-I S. A. VAN NESS W. KILLOUGH C. W. WHITEHEAD F. A. MCCLOUD R. A. YOUNG Page two hundred ninety-three W. A. MCDONNELL CX I 0 1 5 1 x Page lzvo hundred ninety-four C 1 C 63 C 1 5 ' , W 7. E L Q22 I ',', A Spectator Club -Journallstlc 1, .L ,J . . rf. .X 4 7 Founded in 1912. Af 2' W - fag-2 FFICERS M ,,f, MI L X ,S KM fy' JOHN H. YOE . . . , President W 1 ,ff X ra M, 'EL A ,V Wy! JOHINI NEAL CAMPBELL . . Treasurer 5 . x jAs.' C. STEPHENS. , , Secreiary Q 4 XX .K X . . A MEMBERS JOHN YOE ' JAMES C. STEPHENS ROBT. G. FIELDS RALPH SCHOOLPIELD JOHN' NEAL CAMPBELL, V ALEC B. STEVENSON jAMEs G. STAHLMAN ,ALAN MCGILL Page info hundred ninety-ive FRED . C. WOODARD MEADE FR1ERsoN l 63 I 5 Page two hundred ninely-six NE if 1 .9 I 5 ki T -5 o U THA defbllf UHIVCP M C Z . X D CAM U ' is 1 9 I 5 - if , . 4 V .-,, -.N , Q E' i ' 5 ' A 2, - 'T 4 ' 9 Ng 271 ' V , 3 .. ' Sk Y 3' , f VV-J., ...X- f::ASw"fu9,. 1, ' ,if ' wif V-dw-ss:-,:.,V VH. V 2:9933 4 4, Q .V?JMU,, Egg- Vg ek 4, . :- L13 X 441:-9'-sf - 5 - . 'fi A vtV:.+21-9'gS- N ff .- g-:em .-,Ma 4 , :V an, 4 " . ,Q W , "V V 1:55S+'..::si '- f :-435, QPU -. ,. ': . - 'uw fy A 5 V E 26151 FT' , , ' 'f . 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V1 V,:15:qa, fp,w4.V.g5::::: ,V 5. W-mm ' , ,,, Q- A 2 Rg"324'M,- 1-ff EQ, V My 7 1' 4 fm f fm MN fu, -Av- mu mr nw X 64 Pqge two hundrewd ninety-eight 5 ff? wif-gf. v far-ul! 'i2a'm 'l'3 'As M Q 1 G5 l 5 MHSOHIC Cu1lcl OFFICERS M. SMITH . . Presialeni R. C. RAY . . . . Viceapresidenl ' L. CIRAVES ..... Secrelary ana' Treasurer IP. G. GRAVES . ' . . . . . Historian B. M. FORBITT . . . Senzinel MEMBERS R. C. GAW .... ...Gaiusboro, Texas A. D. SHARP ...... .... M artinsville, lll. L. E. DYER ..... ..... M ohawk, Tenn. O. B. CHANDLER.. .... Union City, Tenn. L. GRAVES ...., ..... C liapel Hill, Ky. W. CORE ...... ..... . Nashville, Tenn. P. CI. GRAVES. .. ..... Chapel I-Iill, Ky. C. D. WALTON .... ....... N ashville, Tenn. J. WHITE .,... ........ N asllville, Tenn. C. KIMBROUGH.. ...,. Tellico Plains, Texas M. SMITH ....... ........, C orsicana, Texas W. KIRKPATRICK ..... ..... C openhagen, Tenn. N. L. VICKERS .... W. S. CHESTER .... J. J. KAZAR .... B. M. FORBITT .... Page Iwo hundred ninely-nine . . . . .Cumberland City, Tenn. .............BenKon, Ky. . . , . .lVlarlin, Tenn. C. W. RAY ....... C. E. MAXWELL .... OLIVER HENRY .... C. L. MCNEIL ..... . . . .Waxal1alcl1ie, Texas . . . . . . . .Snicler, Texas . . . .West Liber fy , Ky- .. ei- If 4 F W Z , .1,, I L- ' ff ' Mi-255' I fb I 5 I slxx I . g IZ! 07-f 2 .'f,,, ,fi 1' I 4. ,401 Xffff Ay lr lk .Ia Nezg Z mf 2- : - W nf f ff 1459? v E3 Vanderbilt Tennis Association PROP. G. R, MAYFIELD ....,,,,,.,, Pfgsideng F. S. CROWE . . . . . . . Vice-Presfdenl A. L. MCGILL . . . . Secretary and Treasurer P. M. TERRY ..... , ......... Manager WINNERS IN SPRING CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT A. L.. MCGILL, cwest Campusl, Singles POLK and PEAVY, fsouth Carnpusf, Doubles WINNERS IN FALL TOURNAMENT, WEST CAMPUS M. CAMPBELL W. T. MENARD A. B. STEVENSON L. C. SUMMERS L. M. RICHEY M. C. FORD WM. WALLER S. G. SI-IACKLEPORD A. L. MOORE J. W. .IENKENS J. R. SCHOOLFIELD J. B. MAHAFFEY JOI-IN RANSOM E. T. COWAN B. B. CONINE T. H ELLIOTT PROF. H. B. CARRE E. T. ANDERSON R. A. YOUNG, Singles TERRY and MCGILL, Doubles, D. C. L. E. R. PR T. I-I. SQ P. H. A. C. A. D. R. C. P. MEMBERS L. MCMURRAY A. HALL M. LOGAN G. HILL P. YANCEY OF. A. M. HARRIS S. WiLsoN C. EVANS, JR. H. GOTTSCI-IALL C. YOUNG LOWENSTEIN B. KLUTTS H. LANZ B. HARWELL B. ELLIS E. WILSON S. RAGLAND E. HUSSEY W. Y. ELLIOTT F. S. CROWE PROP. G. R. MAYFIELD P. M. TERRY A. L. MCGILI, B. A. RUCKER R. B. LATIMER I. R. HUDSON DR. E. MIMS W. CASEY W. C. PORTER P. H. ALLEN H. G. ROOKER G. T. OI-'PENHAUSER' DR. O. E. BROWN DR. G. B. WINTON L. T. LEE E. C. BARWICK V Q R. A. YOUNG Page three hundred Page ihrce hundred one WG fit 7 .fre 1 9 1 .5 I JD 1 5 3 - l . ' I 9 . '-.- L U - I' .W " ' '19 , . ' 8 P . 1 O 1 5 1 I A X . J 1 'I ' " - -L 'Mgr' OFFICERS HELEN FRANKLAND . . ,,,,, Presidenz ELLENE RANSOM ..... ...... V ice-Presiclcni MARY ELIZABETH PHILLIPS ...,.I . Secretary and Treasurer ' MARY RATTERMAN and VERA BROOKS . . Marshals RUTH LAMB HELEN FIELDS SARAH CLEMENT KATE SAVAGE HARRIET FOCLE KATHERINE LESUEUR RAVENNA WAKEFIELD LOUISE HERRON LILLIAN READY KATHERINE PROVOST MARY jo HARWELL KATHERINE STONE CORINNE A. RICH FRANCES STREET ELIZABETH CODY RUSH WORLEY ELISE MANEY AILEEN CHAMBERS WILMA ISOM LUCILE HUNTER ELSA MCC-ILL PAULINE C-ARARD LEVIE REYNOLDS ELLENE RANSOM HELEN N. MARTINDALE ANNIE WHITE FOLK MARY E. PHILLIPS LOUISE LIPSCOMB MARGUERITE SCHARDT ELIZABETH BROOKES HELEN ADAMSON ILEY NUNN CAGE ANNA CARTER SMITH MAMIE RICHARDSON MARGUERITE DOZIER ELLEN DUFFY ELIZABETH COOKE FRANCES HILL MARY HEISKELL LINDA RIiEA NINA EARLY MARY B. RATTERMAN CATHERINE ACKLEN NADINE W. OVERALL EVELYN NORTON VERA BROOKS GERTRUDE R. PORTER HELEN ANDERSON ANNIE L. CAMPBELL HELEN FRANKLAND RUTH KAYHOE JULIA I. TURNBULL ANNIE KINKEAD LOUISE DAHNRE HENRIETTA SPERRY EDNA GUNN MAGGIE LEE LYTLE MIRIAM SNEED EVELYN EARLY EVALYNE HOWINGTON OLIVE LIPSCOMB MARJORIE SHAPARD MARGARET LAMB FLOYE POWELL ELLENNA WEBB IOWA PHILLIPP LUELLA BEASLEY LOUIS HORNER RUTH HORD ADELAIDE HAGGARD Page three hundred info QE MM Q AQEE 1 9 I 5 P ge Ihr hundred three C NN fmxixff fvjfwv Q I 9 1 5 x 1. U5 X Q 512945 Pug lhr hundred fo r T61 2 Eg g I 0 I 5 L. Page three hundred fvc W W ffm . ' 1 :I - .3-5 3, Q-f'5J J A I .T Q 1 SJ 1 5 H -5,1 af, 3' s ,ff K , 3' -, 'L P- ' -15, by ky K Page three hundred 'six QQ M Q 1 i9 I 5- Bachelor of Ugllness This degree is conferrecl lay popular election on the part of the student lbocly upon the most popular man in each year's Senior Class. The holders of this degree from the beginning of the custom are 1885-T. P. BRANCH .... ............. .... R o ckwood, 1886-B. G. WALLER .... .. .... Morganhel 1887-A. E. CLEMENT ..... .... H umbolclt, 1887-R. E.. CROCKETT ..... ,... U nion City, 1888-FRANK TAYLOR ..,. .... Austin, 1889-V. S. ROSEBOROUGH ..... .... M emphis, 1890-JEFF MCCARN .,... ' .... Nashville, 1591-H. E.. BEMIS ..... 1 892- J. A. RoBINs ...... 1893-R. W. CLAWSON. . . 1894-W. W. CRAIG ..... 1895- 1896- W. R. HENDRIX. .. H. N. PHARR ..... 1897-lVlYLEs O'CONNOR.. 1898-PHIL CONNELL.. . .. 1899-S. V. GARDNER .... 1900-W. A. WHITE .... Tenn. d, Ky. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. . . . .Jel'leI's0n, Texas Guntown, lVliss. ,lVlt. Pleasant, . . . .Frienolship, . .Union City, Y Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Berwick, La. . . . ..... l..eiper's Fork, . . ....... Nashville, . . . . . .lVlemphis, Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. . . . . .Anniston, Ala. 1901-F. S. PALMER ..... .... W ayneslaoro, Ga. 1902-J. E, EDGERTON ..... ...., C olumbia, Tenn. 1903-B. F. CARR ....... ........ F ulton, Ky. 1904-BEN CLARY ...... 1905-E. B. TUCKER .... 1906-E.. J. HAMILTON. .. 1907-A. M. SOURY ..... 1908-R. E.. BLAKE. .... , 1909-No election. 1910 -BRUCE MCCIEHEE ..... 1911-JOHN W. BULL... 1912-RAY MORRISON .... 1913- BRUCE WADE .... 1914-ENocI-I BROWN .... Page three hundred seven .. , . .Bell Buckle, ..... . .Smyrna, Tenn. Tenn. . . . .I-larrison, Miss. . . . .Nashville, . . . .Nasl1ville, . . . .GulfpoI't, . . ......... Elkto . . .lVlcKenzie, . . . . .Fl-renton, . . . .Franlclin, Tenn. Tenn. Miss. n, Ky. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. as follows' NUCK" BROWN, B.U., '14 .MJ-4ls..l9 if-ffl rfb' ... gsaagd lla Q 1 65 l 5 Glee Club Log Twenty-fourth Annual Concert Tour, 1914 Q, and go to B. 8: l-l. School and sing to preps. Concert over, we get our private car and if EBRUARY 23. Leave Nashville twenty-seven strong for Spring I-Iillg arrive, eat dinner xx , leave for Pulaski. Packed house greets us. Many bouquets for Collins from his fellow bm g townsmen. Audience refuses to appreciate some of our numbers-give encore anyhow. Back to the car-in snow. Trouble beginsg no heat. Millstone tells his first joke. FEBRUARY 24. Arrived in Birminghamg forsake car for the Florence l-lotel. Sing to a college crowd at the Majestic. Simpson leads the octette. Dance at the Southern Clubg parlor snakes shine. McC1arvey and Millstone pitch camp around the punch bowl-JOY. We donlt go home 'till morning. FEBRUARY 25. Leave Birmingham for Anniston and arrive safeg snow everywhere. Several hike to the Country Club and lose voices. Ctas gives out in carp no lights. Morgan attempts to wear Bennie's dress suit. The LOST CHORD is still unfound. Rabbi Murphy continues to raveg auction sale. FEBRUARY 26. ln Fayetteville. Got out of town safe-,nuf said. FEBRUARY 27. Reach Chattanooga. Sing at Central I-Iigh School. Luncheon at Senator l:razier'sg good girls and lots of eats. McGarvey and Millstone have clash. Sing at the Court l-louseg good house. Dance at Patten l-lotelg Moon dances favorite. Freshmen initiation-Jess. Thomas got his. Varnell again absent. After lots of hot air and cracking of badly twisted jokes, the infamous near-opera troupe becomes lost in slumber. V Page three hundred eighl 1 .9 l 5 FEBRUARY 28. Arrive in Tullahoma twenty-seven weak. Millstone finds his brother. Glee Club basketball team makes its first appearanceg several near white-hopes show up. Give concert in the school auditorium. After much N Conf' at the hotel we board the train for Nashville. MARCH l3. Leave for Clarksville. The three Howells give demonstrations in the terpsichorean art. " Docf' Turner makes his debut on the club. Henry gives lecture behind the scenes on fraterni- ties. Dance at the Court I-louseg parlor snakes again shinef?J Reach Nashville in time for classes. MARCH 20. In Lebanon. Good house greets usg much applauseC?l and other decayed vege- tables. History repeats itself: audience refuses to appreciate our show. " Stud H Cude stages his famous H Bull " act. Sciple and Turner tells us of the H boys of '76," MARCH 27. Un to Murfreesboro. Clubbefs senenade train passengers-as usual. Dress in the opera house cellar. Good house. Bennie and McGarvey almost find the "' Lost Chgrdf' Ellfg Club turned into sleeping quarters. Manager is asked if expenses are Cleatedg he Clears his throat Saying- nothing. APRIL 5. H We go to Belmontf, take dinner with the ladies. After dinner sing in chapel. Simpson is H King Bee H as director. Barwick sings U Million Dollar Doll." Reception after the chapel show. Turner amuses the ladies by singing H Rose Ma-rief, APRIL 30. After much road success, etc. we give our annual concert in Nashville. Burlesque on the Greek Pageant a great success. Louie Roth, " Co-ed H Morgan, Faculty, and " Stud H Cude, the shining lights. The H Lost Chord " is found. Millstone tries to make concert a one-act show. Leslie and Morgan smile for the first time since the trip. The season is over and the joy is ended until next year. -E. C. B. 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BERNARD EVERS SHELLEY HUGHES A. O.vPHILLIPS LITERARY COMMITTEE ROBT. L. GARNER, Chairman V J. D. C. ATKINS MISS EVELYN Pouc NORTON UI. W. SIMPSON Louis SPERRY Q3 a. I 3 1 R F xg ik W gr xl ,ig KR j if '.s.fA,.' g Q T 1' 11 J iii 5 . ' ' ' I 7' f A 1 1 V ff 1 f " "' I .Ei.f'f,fQV J- - I 51' -, f' 1 g I f-. 1-'3??Qi'i31:.-' 'I' if if Eff. 57 , pf f' ,' , ,af-' .1 . , - 2 I 1' fi -, .f ,fr i F W " 5 ltll A.,,A., 1 . F 35" v,.. Q 9 "- .v f f ."' ' gg: if " U 1' M' " f' Page 111 ree hundred f ourleen I f.. ' IKQU: I S I 3 I 5 Commodore Representatives 'NX 'X . 1 .h X' , L li, Il- 9 , LESLIE WEAKS . . 5 X B ELMO THOMPSON . ? "' - A. L. MCDONALD . 'Q . A I Eu. 4 ' ' Q 1, ,.V'! A - 6' X W. G. PAGE . .. -- -1 -d I A' . I f . Iviiea ae I. .. S' S' GREENE - ' ' I . - rr-.f - - v . 52 A- - 55. lx. 1 eff 5'l5EEI? J H Ig! I Q V A Q: ggaf WH N. s. SHOWER . ' PP glue? -51' -. .,. +15 ifffhf' Rez.- ' - . ""F!12f11-:E'27,?',-gif-ggfgigf--. u ., :I :'f. my LH' -'fa---" ' i, , - ' "'5?1'nMv-f"-" E. S. LOYD . . - M. A. DUNN . , DENTAL L U J. L. CURRY . . ..... . . Senior S. A. VAN NEss . I-I. I-I. MCCASLIN . . . junior WM. COVINGTON . T. I-I. CLEVELAND . . Freshman REMBERT MARSHALL THEOLOGICAL E. W. BARTLEY . . . Senior F. S. CROWE . Page ihrec hundred fifteen ACADEMIC AND ENGINEERING Trios. H. ELLIOTT, JR ....... MEDICAL PHARMACEUTICAL LAW . Senior . . .junior Sophomore . . Freshman . Senior . . junior Sophomore . . FTCSITMUH . Senior . junior . . . Senior Second Year First Year . Middle 1 GD 1 5 fi , E .4 igl I-free hundred sixlc 5.2 35 3 gg awwvx 4 i"' E. C , X Cgggg Q2::54! u 1 SD I E5 IA i Observer Staff ALEC B. STE-VENSON JAS. C. STEPHENS fi! M I-I. B. NORTHCUTT . 'xx ' qi! , MW 3 FRED C. WOODARD . . -1 A 'fi if 5.375 45 W yj,g -1 1,-.:', V W T 1 H r H'-ix I ' , 'I lily! rl '- if F f MJ. W? xii- , kj! vi :f3gl'1' if In fx N 'Qi.:!'iJvf.' ig cf 'N ' Ms! 1: 2' Miiffli T if W ff' Ur in ' T. -H ,- .--E W T A T .y, ,wg 'Z If 1, Q Ly. X-' WJPN QQ,,f,.f,'fi -' EE'E l y m X'X' 'lei-ii1K S5ix'j,: K TlY M'VSi 1+x-"Zi:--- , , f w X' E'-f if if -' ' Q E-, :F-T'-' f .4 .' ' x' - ' fi, .. TSA' T , ...Imam UQ Q lik' Page three hundred sevenleen Editor-in-Chief . Managing Editor . , Business Manager . Assislani Business Nfanager STAFF Miss HENRIETTA SPERRY W. Y. ELLIOTT MEADE FRIERSON GEO. P. WINTON W. A. MCDONNELL Nita' il-sm! P. .1 L. i115 15 k, Page three hundred eighteen Page il1ree hundred nineieen B. E. YOUN J. E. HART Vanderbilt University Clgarterly A record of university life and work. G . 'uf 9 WHHI-:eil i'13..n.:f lb 1 GD l 5 . . . Ediior , Business Manager GENERAL PUBLICATION COMMITTEE J. I-I. KIRKLAND, Chancellor W. I-I. SCI-IUERMAN . . I-I. C. ToLIvIAN . . . W. F. TILLETT . ALLEN G. I-IALL . LUCIUS P. BURCH . . I-IENRY W. MORGAN . J. T. MCGILL , . . . . . . . . Cliairman . Dean of Engineering Facully . . Dean of Academic Faculty . Dean of Theological Facully . . Dean of Lau: Faculty . Dean of Medical Facully . . Dean of Denial Facullp Dean of Plzarmaceuiical Facully fi f TELL? A fnfzxm H-"fix :eff .f- N 92' , Wx ' '1 Yi- gig, X1 u1m,,-A3 I' S. 1, 'S , w - :L 14 f"s'1f " 'fag XA F 4 . A gs. Ziff" Q1r,,-,ggi T' ' Jig,-gf Q 1 69 I 5 Q - P 5 .. 4 , A .. 5,9 5' 5 ll u r K A AL Page lhree hundred twenty hr Hzmilg Hztmpirv Vol. 0, No. 1 NASHVILLE, TENN., JUVEMBER 13, 1915 Price, More or Less HoRR BLR CARNAGE Students After Ten Days Fighting Take New Position Slay Profs in Large Numbers Around Intermediates. BULLETIN. Padyograde, Feb. 1.-The en- tire Modern Language division of the professor army has been wiped out near Xvestende. ' Furman, Feb. 1.-A iieet of quiz destroyers surprised the squadron under Admiral Holin- shed off this point and sunk two zruisers, the Chemie, under Capt. Hogan, and the Damitelle, under Rear Admiral McGill. A number of auxiliary schooners were sunk by the student allies soon after. Kaiser Says Student Yictories Are Imaginary. Chancellorsville, Feb. 1.-Kai- ser Kirkland has issued an official manifesto declaring all reports of student victories over the profs. to be pure inventions. The vie- tory of Gens. Ott and Luck is declared to be sweeping, the profs. F Weather Forecast: Nine months' drought PROFS. HOLD THEIR GROUND IN MATH. Pot and Ott Repulse Desperate Attacks of Allies. Przschmemspsk, F e b. 1.- Forces under Generals Ott and Luck of the Department of Math. are reported to have repulsed all attacks by the allies, and have been given the Double Cross by Field Marshall Schuerman. Half of the allied forces, went down before the big guns. Privates Winton and Latimer ot the allies were brevetted for bravery after passing the professors, lines on the third attempt. The Goat Bri- gade lost four-fifths of their number in the charge. capturing' three whole divisions of sap-heads, three student leaders, and large supplies of bull and quiz-blanks. The bulletin admits the loss of Collegeall. VICTORY FOR CO-ED FORCES Press Forward and Envelope the Instructors. Chappelle, Feb. 1.-After ten days of unprecedented hardships, two divisions of Co-eds succeeded in battering down the prof. lines from Scienceall to Chappelle, reg- istering a decisive victory over the demoralized instructors. Reports received here assert that on yesterday a detachment of the famous Mounted .lacks made a herce charge on the prof. forces at Collegeall. The pro- fessors under Gen. Tootsie met them with a heavy fire of Steele, but after three hours of fierce en- counter their line weakened and they were completely routed. An oflicial report from College- all states that the Fisic reginwuts Continued on page 7 2 THE VANDY VAMPIRE IXICSPERATE FIGHT AT CLOSE RANGE IS XVON BY STUDENTS Positions Lost and Retaken with Heavy Casualties, Reports Eyewitness. Skalowskis Cvia Ward-Bel- month, Feb. 1.-A description of recent lighting between Schola Prophetarum and Collegeall is given in the official bulletin here today, coming from an eyewitness at the front. The dispatch fol- lows: "The profs prepared a combined attack against our trenches at the chateau Science, on the road from Schola Prophetarum to Collegeall, beginning with a violent shelling on January 16, which cut com- munication between our forces and the outside world. A bluff attack followed south of the road to Scienceall, several divisions, preceded by the Deaths Head Buz- zards, making the attack. "Our forces were quickly mobil- ized at the strategic points, and on January 20 our big guns met the enemy with a heavy fire while suipers in unexpected places did much damage. The enemy, how- ever, stuck doggedly to their at- tack, and succeeded in penetrating part of our trenches, notably those opposite Gen. Martin. Here we counter- attacked, but progress was made painfully, and at the same time the enemy brought up reinforcements under Col. Yoe. All our efforts failed until even- ing, when Yoe was driven out of the trenches by the crack regi- ment known as the Princess Pa- tronizers. "We made another attack on the morning of January 28, which was stopped by the enemy's vio- lent resistance. A second attack was repulsed, but a third pro- gressed to within ten points of the trenches. We dug in there and brought up bull-slingers and dailies, while our chin-merchants prepared to take the enemy in the flank. Using all our resources in one supreme assault, we passed the prof. lines and put the defend- ers to the bayonet. Large num- bers of the profs were slain w.ith- out mercy, no quarter being asked nor given." V TERRIFIC BATTLE IS A REPORTED AT LAXV Jewsams, Feb. 1.-A cabled despatch from Law reports that the most terrific fighting of the present war is ensuing near that city. The fighting was begun by G-en. Cartoon Charles, who led a deadly attack,in an armored Stude- baker. At twelve o'clock the al- lies were still standing their ground, but it is feared that they cannot hold out against the ter- rific onslaught much longer. An army corps of Bull-slingers made an attack on the prof. forces un- SUFFER UNTOLD HARDSHIPS Kissam, Feb. 1.-The allied forces who are lying entrenched at this place are in a very critical condition on account of scarcity of food supplies. Awful depictions of the suffering are received daily, and it is expected that the forces will soon be compelled to move on to Little Pappas. LONE THEOLOG HOLDS D DOVVN DIIGHTY FORTRESS Skillet, Feb, 1,-Although com- pletely surrounded by professors and left alone to defend the out- post at Wesley, the solitary the- olog at that fortress is still hold- ing out, according to last reports. An effort has been made by forces at Cocacolabuilt, near Atlanta, to draw him away from his position, but it is understood that the feint has failed. Gen. Carre has had his two artillery corps of Old and New Testament Canons trained on the theolog for months, but their effect thus far has been but slight. Persian and Arabic attacks under Ali Ben Steve have also proved futile. It is an open secret, how- ever, that corn bread has been scarce at Wesley for months, and that rye is being used instead. der General Judd this morning near the city of Law. It is re- ported that the General and his entire division were annihilated. First Annual , Clearance SALE Must have money to continue in business. Look over my belongings and name your own price. Everything must go. Nice assortment of shirts, ties, socks, hooks, loric-a-lorac, pictures, collar buttons, frat pin, pair of shoes, hat, and other college necessities and luxuries. Will sell as a Whole or in small lots. HOW MUCH AM I OFFERED 'T O lIWINlilllllIlllilllilllIlllllilllllIllIlllllilllllIllIillllllllllllllllWHlilllllllllWHlillilllllllllllllllllllllllll HOWELL ADAMS CARE or PHI DELTA THETA ALLEGATIONS OF UNDUE CRUELTY Scienceall, Feb. 1.-Students wounded in the fight around Stout charge that Sanborn is using dum dum bullets. Survivors of the Biologie holocaust also report that Gen. Bugsovitch is cutting up vic- tims that fall into his hands alive. THE VAN DY VAMPIRE 3 RECENT BOOKS BY VANDERBILT PROFESSORS Our book reviewer suggests the following recent books by Van- derbilt professors for light read- ing during the summer months: " The Shakespearean Element in Diamond Dick "-By Edwin Mims. "Wedding Bells U-By W. H. Schuerman. "Virtues of the Maxixe and Foxtrot F. Tillet. " Seven Keys to Baldpate "-J. H. Kirkland. " The Great Mexican Pastime " -By A. M. Harris. " The Long and Short of It," or " The Dachshund and His Legs " -By H. C. Sanborn. " Twenty Years of Class-Cut- ting," a double autobiography- By G. W. Dyer and B. E. Young. " The Greatest Xvaist among Math. Profs."-By J. J. Luck. " Two Expensivefsbf' or " The Story of My Son and Hud-Son U- By J. H. Stevenson. " Ten Months on the Rook Pile " -By L. C. Glenn. "Twitterings and Tra-las," or " Bird Life at Vanderbilt "-By G. R. Mayfield. "Reaction of CH. H16 and Our Dog "-By J. T. McGill. " Hell on Wheelsf' or " Hudson Number 14,849 "-By C. S. Brown. "Don Quick-soapn-By Jas. McClure. " Pair 0' Dice Lost "-By W. P. Ott. I Jack Norwood AT THE Vendome Theatre this Week "The Psyche Kiss" Long, Lingering, Luscious-- the consummation of your years of clay-dreams. SUPPORTING STAR CAST OF Evelynne Police Norton Miriam Applebee 4' Pinky N Shofner "Vito" Marshall " Shorty U Lealce William Yanclel Elliott and others Football ballet and co-ecl chorus Proceeds to be used to buy electric sparhlers for HOMELESS Swedes YI ' 55 , . Ad N 'fx f . C hwlfen Feed Wzfrtpizefhsisse ffiizcausz g1EFiT'.lSf Ygar Law Cgapss. What more recommendation of ur me o you nee . ii? MARTIN Hfgfiig, dispensor emeritus O ill -------------.----....................... ,....... nr ,...... m .,..,............:...... Going to Get Married this Spring? I can tell you how to clo it. l am the Apollo of the co-ecls, the ob- servecl of all observers, the glass of fashion and the molcl of form! Tis Fi. EEJIZEEEE f E ......... J, ..... ,L ...... 1 -S 4 THE VANDY VAM PIRE Elie Hanhg 'lianipirr Issued Once Per, by the Political Combines of V. U. I-Inluiw-il :ls lliirtl c-lziss matter in the I'liix4-rsltx' wzlslr-AI::isIu'l. limiiluz'-lil-f'llivl'.. ,... "HUB" FIISLDS Sunil' II1-rv. ...,,,......... "DOC"' D.-KDE lilISlIll'SS Alzlllgll-1'..."l'HlP" BARNVIUIK Villa lln-1nil'lult..."Jl1llllE" Fl'l'.XI'ilih'lrXN l'l'lIIl4'I'lS Devil ..........., "POT" LUCIC Svnlinlsil Muiigi-i'...FIAJRA XV, NORTON lmll--4-tions :mil High Finance ..... . .....,....."SllYI.O1'Ii" CLERIENT E D IT O R I A L S YOU KNOW' XVHO All we got to say is if a certain pussy-footecl prof. busts us again in his stuff there is going to be an upheaval in this University. We're tired of being made a butt of. We are on the warpath of righteous inclignution and won't stand for no mediation from no outside sou1'ces. We hope this is plain, but if not we will take the matter to the C'hancelIor of this University who will make it plainer. We hate to show up this prof. in this light, but the chance is too good to pass by. You know who we mean. SPRI NG. Once more that glorious period of the 3651 to-morrows is upon us, when the buds are bursting in the tree tops and the robins are twittering on the SHDDY twig and Juniors are giving up the ghost right and left in Geology. Like as not the Vols are practicing on Dudley Field or on the Commo- dores, while Jew Davis is doing a land-slide business with Freshmen buying sour-milk chocolates for the co-eds. Some of us Seniors are preparing to take a job at forty per under the guy who rin- ished High School the same time we did, some are going to scrape up their credits to enter business college, and still some more are going to South America-we hope. Eddie Minis, as he taps upon his combination desk and ark-of-the- covenant, is whistling the " Spring Song " from A Winter's Tale. Dark-room experiments in Physics I call forth daily exoduses of the Chosen Ones from the Land of Bondage. All the symptoms of spring-time are here, including an occasional fair day and that tired feeling. Therefore, let us look back over the days that are past and see what we have neglected. Have we burned the midnight juice like true dabblers after Truth? No. Have we paid our Commodore dues? No! Have We patronized the Belgian relief concerts, co-ed basketball games, and the Fresh- man Bible Class? You tell 'em, Dimples, we ain't got the heart! One of the finest courses on the West Campus is Mechanics, and students planning their courses for next year should bear Me- chanics in mind. fAdv.J Are You Going to Give a Dance This Spring? I-'ET us bid on your next social function. We take all the trouble off your hands ancl place the tickets only among the most desirable parties. W Sloan di Co. UNIVERSITY BALLS A SPECIALTY A. T. 0. Hospital Corps Saturday Night Emergencies a Specialty DR. C. R. WILSON, Surgeon-in-Chief DR. CHILI CARMON, Assistant Surgeon DR. E. G. GILL, First Interne. DR. D. Nl. ROB SON, Second lnterne DR. CLIFF RAGSDALE, Consulting Chemist DR. BEASLEY, Chief Pharmacist REV. CY YOUNG, Chaplain Assisted by the St. Thomas Nurse Corporation, under the able clirec- tion of I-lllnsaker, Justus Gr Co. wk. 1. is . . ' Q, p "With-.jx ' rs , ' so 45 'J-'L . ' Q up si' sw 'W fa? , , Muni. Commodore Band Will furnish music for all occasions on the slightest notice. We execute everything from "Alma Mater" to . "On the City's Western Border." 'f:':' THE VANDY VAMPIRE 5 LITERAE DE POPULO DEMANDS JUSTICE Dear Mr. Editor: Last spring, as you all know, I fought a duel in Centennial Park at sunrise, with all the accessories, seconds, surgeons, et cetera. The affair was well written up in the local papers and was the talk of this campus for forty-eight hours, if I do say it. But that vile organ of the monied interests, the 1914 "Commodore," run as it was by those two pampered sons of wealth, disdained to print even a line about my duel, I would have paid them for their old space if that was what they wanted. But no, they simply ignored me. I am now taking this space in your valuable paper to set the matter straight. All I ask is justice. My fame can rest on its own merits. Yours in the interests of clean journalism. E. T. t"BANNO"J LAMKIN. HARMONY. Dear Mr. Editor: As the time of the spring elections draws near, let us plead for harmony once more in the ranks of the grand old party. Let us stick together like own frat. brothers and the honors are ours. What care we for frame-ups on the oth- er side so long as we are true to ourselves and the University? In union there is strength and "hon- ors" Don't listen to the seduc- tive Circean insinuations of Sigma Chi's or A. T. O.'s, nor the trait- orous tongues of Deke's or Beta's, but show a solid front and a deaf ear and go down the line to victory. tSignedl "OLD-TIMER." UN REDEEMED FREIGHT. 1 bale of billets-doux, post- marked Ward-Belmont and ad- dressed " Chip." 1 girl's complete basketball outht, including jersey, ishoes, and hair-ribbon, no address. 1 box from D. L. Auld, contain- ing pins, badges, buttons, and fobs, addressed J. Stephens. 1 box from D. L. Auld, C. O. D., 352.45 tunpaidj, addressed Dean Engineering Department. 6 bundles rejected rnms., from Vitagraph Co., addressed L. F. Sperry, 16 vol. set, " How to Act in Public," addressed W. O. Sell. 1 sample track suit, addressed K. A. T. , The above will be sold at auc- tion in chapel on Commencement Day by Auctioneer W. F. Tillet. MRS. M. W. HAGGARD, Registrar. The editor of our contempora- ry, The Hustler, is planning an extended tour of the Orient for next summer. Walker says it pays to advertise. It certainly does pay some folks. Two tickets for Van- derhilt Box at the Ven- ' I gig dome Theatre, good .. for any show. Admirable ' We bargain for freshmen who , Wish to save money for . , ' ' " "' ' " ww .f.?1f5g... college education. See I SHELLEY HUGHES V. , PHI Psi HOUSE , 13 , , With Directions Huw to Write Them av Miss FRANCES STREET , Few persons, however otherwise fluent with the pen, are able to express in words the promptings of the first dawn of love, and even the ice once broken, how to fol- low up a correspondence with the dearest one in the whole world and how to smooth the way with those who need to he consulted in the matter. The numerous letters and answers in this book go far to overcome the difficulties and em- barrassment inseparable from let- ters on this all-absorbing topic in all stages from beginning to end of a successful courtship, aided in many instances by the author's sen- sible comments on the specimen letters, and her valuable hints un- der adverse contingencies. lt also contains the Art of Secret Writ- ing, the Language of Love por- trayed, and rules in grammar. PAPER COVERS, 25 GTS.g CLOTH, 30 GTS. Sil-ces, oothing Syrup Qgiets even the most boisterous. Especially good for any all- Southern aspirant. Endorsed by Dan lVlcGugin, Owsley Manier, and Vanderbilt Student Body. No more on the market after this season. 6 THE VANDY VAMPIRE f'Ii.xHSil'VII'II, AIDS. Wanted-Young men who are not nfrziicl of teas, picnics, or Chap- crons. Address "Sorority," care "The Vziuipiref' WANTED-Boarders for the Phi Eating Club. Our hash is guaranteed direct from Kissani. See Winton for credit. You wo11't get it. LOST-Twenty dollars on the North Carolina game. Would like to recupe. Applicants address " Mac F.", Care " The Vampire." F O U N D-Noiseless radiator. Our agents are getting rich. Parts of Kissam territory for sale. B. E. Clement, District Manager, Kissam Hall. 'WANTED-Stiffs. Why be buried in the potter's Held when you can be cremated? Address " Med," care " The Vampiref, WANTED-Wife. Must be a good cook and a graduate nurse. White preferred, Write Cooksey, South Campus. WANTED-Work in the after- noons. Am willing to collect bills, run errands, do detective work, or anything else that is honorable. Address Dulaney, care "The Vampire." WANTED-To meet young lady who flirted with fat man on Broad- way car last Tuesday. Address " J, J. LL", care " The Vampire." Eventually- Why Not Now? You've got to have your laundry clone some day. Let us show you what we can do to that collar. Our results are a revelation. I ll itll 13 I Il il 'lilll 'lllilf ll l1l.lli'lI1llll'lll'll3'llllllllllllilll.'ll1lll'lllllllflll,ll!illlllflllifllililll'lll?lll'llllll:ll Nashville Laundry Trust PERRY LIPSCOMB, Vandy Representative PHYSICS Insomnia OTICE ll Five dollars C4550 re- ward to the man or men who will set fire to thevanclerbilt gym- nasium. No questions asked. Cap Alley guaran- teed asleep any night in the week at 8.I5. Only worthystuclentsneedapply VANDERBILT WOMAN'S CLUB IggmmlllflmmMMQMmmm Mm QmmmE,Cf'1MfUL Q1 ES JOHN NEAL CAMPBELL DOUGLAS BUCKET SEWARD President V. P. and Gen. IVIgr. E8 at . tmhvrhtlt Bunk inrr Q E E T. K Q is lx INCORPORATED E fee Hill! -- --- 2 3 5 . f ZEE - 1 !!! - l ' ::: J ammo ES ' ,,, ' --- 2 ' E l 'NNIMI'A'a'UUNl4'la'IllN4!,!'nl'NUHIIUINNNNIV E3 CAPITAL STOCK ...-, ss 1,000.00 QP E2 SURPLUS - - - - 6,393,86Z.00 K' Eg UNDIVIDED PROFITS ---- 500,000.00 K E WE PAY I-I5 OF I PER CENT. OF COST PRICE FOR OLD BOOKS IF IN GOOD CONDITION 5 We will kindly furnish students with required books when given three weeks' notice E K DIIHEJNHEYHHHHHXEZiif'31'1YYuYV1xYE'1i5'1iS'xHhrwnfwxrlrhwfvmriwirhiwxznxwrx1'uL'YuY' lxlmvmtig r A I The Most X' Popular Trade- fff-ft r Mark in the World fa? 4 . 1 . p ,. IS IT YOURS? Learn the ADAMS METHOD Of saving everything you get. China clog savings bank FREE with the first lesson of my corres- pondence Course' FRED ADAMS, Lebanon, Tenn. THE VANDY VAMPIRE SOCIETY. One of the most charming af- fairs of the season was the eats dansant perpetrated recently by the Girls' Club in College Hall Chapel. The room was decorated with college colors and pennants and the floor strewn with purple orchids at one dollar a shot. A large number of co-ed-chasers were on hand. Frappe was dis- pensed with in the four cozy cor- ners of the chapel, as well as in between. Bill Sell subsided at the piano. Dr. Bert E. Young and Uncle Remus were the chap- erones. Among those present were the members of the Coed Basketball Team. Among those missing was Mr. James Stahl- man. Mr. and Mrs. announce the engagement and probable marriage of their daughter, i-if -f, to Mr. Both of the happy Couple are students in the university. i1De1eted by censor. The Tri-Deltas and the Kats will entertain each other with a Gossip Party one day next Tues- day. Come and learn your fam- ily history. A charming little social func- tion recently enjoyed in the Uni- versity was the cross country trot given by our beloved teacher, E1- sie Glenn. The skillful way in which the party scrambled up the perpendicular cliffs would have done credit to the most accom- plished mountain goats on the Materhorn. Among the delight- ful features of the trip was a bag of dead kittens found on the rail- road track. Besides quite a number of rovers, the following couples greatly enjoyed the outing: Scrap- per Frankland and Two-Faced Hayes, Dead-Shot Norton and Co- ed Chaser Hughes, Ear-Chewing Acklen and Hersey Stetson fKing of Co-edsj, Miss Brooks and Ex- Convict Steadwell, Miss Adamson and Hercules Lewis, Miss Phillips and Bucket Seward fthe man who made the dime famousj. lt is rumored among the elite that Miss D. W. Pratt will open a beauty parlor in connection with the Vanderbilt bookstore. VICTORY FOR CO-ED FORCES Continued from page 1 of the allies bore down with dead- ly fire on a detachment of prof. forces commanded by Gen. Dyna- mo, after the prof. lines had been shelled by Fibeta-kappa batteries. The prof. forces were thrown into confusion, Gen. Dynamo himself being reported slain. Ten regiments of Bullslingers made an unexpected attack on two armies under Gen. Pompous Har- ris and Gen. Gussie Dyer. The fire of bull was terrific, and after a short stand the profs. made a. hasty retreat. -1: -In u,:........ ..u...-H un.-...--..u.. BE EFIT GAME The Co-ed Basketball Team l needs some new jerseys,etc. especially the etc. For that reason they will stage a two- l round affair against a team l of all-star has-beens, Satur- day night in the Vancly Gym. Pictures of the Co-ed Varsity will be I given as souvenirs with each ticket. I Tickets for sale by Miss Helen 'Frankland and Miss Katrina Aclclen. Qllllilllllll.It1lmllillllllllilliilli.lil.llilllilliWillllllll'lllllllilllHi.Ellslll.llMll'.illfillllllliAlai?.lilliiillllllill:-lii.1ll.illmslE Q While at Vanderbilt 5 .............................. ...................... 3 TOP AT .- E Hotel Poverty 2 - time of Eric the Dane. One hundred Z E rooms and two baths fone in mana- E E Cuisine supervised by famous French 5 , chef, Robert Ie Noir. 2 Rates: As much as you can pay, and up. 2 5 E References: Page's "Chief American 3 E Poets" and Encyclopedia Brittannica. E 2 GEORGE HARRISON Y. 3 ARMISTEAD, jr. E MA NA GER Z ' gr H 1 im" 1 l'l""" "ii it wr ' im'-' if .wi i rr it www ur ir Q 4. 1---4+ m 2 Handsome four-story brick struclure, Z ' designed after the architecture of the K ger's office and one in the basemennl 3 Fred C. Woodard Star Athlete, SAYS: UBEBS furnish the smoothest, coolest smoke in the world. After ahot finish in a basket- ball game a Culoelo makes victory sweeter, or defeat more enduralole. Fifteen rahs for Cubeloslu Want to get some of that old pep yourself? Smoke Culoelos, same as Woodard does. Theylll boost you right up into the zingclooey class of fellows who are always on the go, full of Vim and good nature, shoot- ing goals in this old game of life. GET SOME CUBEBS TODAY AND FOLLOW " STEAK " WOODARDS CREED! T' E illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllmilllllllllllrlllllw''llllll'NlllrllrllllQillvllllllllllldwlllllllll1ll,.l:l1ill',3i 'ri 'll :i!..:lw'l'i' 'I' 8 THE VANDY VAMPIRE Big Feature Supplement How to Pass Without Stud BY A SENIOR RE you a bone-head? Does your soul rebel at squandering your father's income on text books? Do you want to enter into real college life without being obsessed with the evil thought of impending quizzes and finals? If any of these tit you, then read this red-hot, never-before-published article by a Senior-one who has been over the rocky road and who, by applying the methods' given below, never bought a book. My method of getting a degree without an hour's boning is so simple that there is hardly a man in Vanderbilt University to whom a vague idea of it, at least, has not occurred at some time in the tedium- of his college career. Yet it is so complex before it is per- fected that I dare say no man has before me been able to work it out successfully. My method deals with the various courses individually, and for that reason I shall treat each separately in this article, begin- 11ing with the easiest. How to Pass Eddie Minis.-Sit bolt upright in class, with your mouth open, and stare Iixedly at Eddie. This grows easy after a few weeks. Ask innumerable, even though meaningless, questions. If he calls on you, tell him you spent all your time reading the life of the author in the libraryg or if this biography is the lesson itself, tell him you read an entire volume of the author's works by mistake-and you like the author fine. Never hand in less than two quiz blanks full on any test or exam. The enraptured stare, however, will pass you, though the other points will raise your grade considerably. How to Pass Prof. Harris.-Speak for at least twenty minutes every time called on, or, if possible, until he tells you that is enough. Ges- ticulate wildly. Get a smattering of modern art, and give A. M. a pretty lithograph of some famous picture ten days before exam. How to Pass Cockey Sanborn.-Use in your logic examples proofs why Germany is going to win. Cuss out the Belgians as a bunch of heartless villians. Quote a passage to him now and then from one of his articles in the Tennessean or the Fatherland. Make your quiz papers short and your answers very vague and ambiguous. How to Pass First Math.-Get in the goat section at the beginning of your Freshman year. Pay attention to what the prof. works out. Ask as many foolish questions as you can at every class. Continue in the goat section for four years, and take the three exams. allowed a Senior. The prof. will be so sick of you by that time that you cannot fail to pass. How to Pass Mr. Mayfield.-Find an article in the " Children's Visitor," by G. R. Mayfield. Show it to him to let him know you have it. In doing so, hint that the article would make a fine humorous selection if read before his colleagues in the Calumet Club. Continue this black-mail up to finals, and if necessary, bring in something about the "Children's Visitor " in your exam. paper. After passing the exam., keep away from Mr. Mayfield. How to Pass John D. Daniel.-Sit on the front seat and sing " Alma Mater " when the time comes to make the iiame vibrate. Ask him once or twice to explain harmonic analysis. On all exams. tear the middle double sheet out of your quiz blank and write the remain- der full. In Third Physics the last-named precaution is all that is necessary. How to Pass McNeil1y.-Study up on "A Slow Train Through Arkansas " and " Drummerts Yains, 'No. 2 " so you will know when to laugh. Laughing-gas in small doses just before class each day will aid you wonderfully in making that interested and sympathetic impres- sion that is so essential to passing any prof. How to Pass Elsie Glenn.-Give him some Spearmint chewing gum when out on Geology trips. Do NOT tell him the Bible says God made the world in seven days. Bring some oyster shells or periwinkles to class and ask him what they are, telling him you want to label them for your " collection." Don't lose heart when you bust on every quiz during the spring. That course isntt meant to be passed until the finals. Don't waste the University's bichloride of mercury when you can't THE VANDY VAMPIRE 9 get over those double-header names, but grunt or spit, as the case may seem to demand, and go ahead. How to Pass Chemistry Lab-Sell your matriculation card for 551.00 to your lab instructor. Invite him to any and all dances you may be implicated in. If he smokes, keep him in cigarettes. Wait until you return to your room to cuss him out, and remember at all times that your future depends on your lab instructor. How to Pass Bugs Martin-Never ask a question in his class, even though he hints that your passing depends on asking questions. That is a little trick of his to lure you on to your ruin. Every time you ask a question his ire rises ten degrees in the shade and your dailies drop correspondingly. If you accidentally look out the window and he sees you and paws the air, look him squarely in the eye and repeat to yourself the Beatitudes so you can keep from getting mad. NEVER allow yourself to lose your temper in his class. It-is like pouring gasoline on a bon fire. Also, never cuss-out loud. If you can contract curvature of the spine or total blindness from looking into microscopes in this lab., you will stand a fair chance of passing. Otherwise, your only hope is to humor Dr. Martin and perjure your soul to give an air of fondness for the course. From the above directions it will be seen that my method is based upon a close study of the professors and instructors. While this in itself may seem to require a little of your time, it is really only a minor consideration and not an actual defect in my method. With these courses already outlined for you and the Method well grasped, the student can easily progress to other courses, and by following the general method applied in these, will ind no trouble whatever in getting his degree. My advice, however, to the freshman and sopho- more is to pick his course from those given in this article, as they are probably the most easily passed of the entire curriculum. Learn the directions thoroughly, study the prof. in your spare time, and re- member the examination motto of " All Bull and a Yard Wide." NEXT WEEKS The Y. lVl. C. A. Scandal Beautiful soul-mate of prominent young student- officer tells of her clandestine visits to the meagre F E U R E offices in Kissam l-lall, and WHY SHE QUIT. Don't miss this chapter in our expose of the U Blondie " Sloan-H Cyn Young-"Steak" Woodard ring. I ,E 'I 5 1 ,o 1 5 The Hero I aslfed Quolh he Said I He Ivenl on U Said 1 Said he if Cap Ani By W. o. 5. It was the ancient watchman Of Vandy Varsitee. By thy gray hair and glittering eye Now wherefore stoppest thou me? My name is Captain Alley and I represent the awe, The everlasting majesty Of legislative law." "You have your hand upon a man Whos innocent of guiltg I have not harmed a person since I came to Vanderbilt," I did not come to take you to The judge-Main Double Fiveg Although you hang a lot about Kissam, that awful dive. I was a soldier once, my boy, In Eighteen Sixty Twog If you would like to hear the tale, I'll tell the same to you." Begin." 'Alt was the summer of The year that I have saidg I stood upon the battle-field And folks were falling deadg Around me, boy, on every side- It was a wretched sight. The battle raged from IO A.M. Till 9:15 that night. And when the sun began to rise Upon the bloody scene, I shot a little sparrow and Cooked him with kerosene." I broke in "Did not the kerosene, my friend, Taste rather more than mild?" He explained "I used the stuff for fuel, ladg Pray do not get me riled. And continued Continuing-it made me ill, Pains shot into my marrow. I there exhaled a manly oath Of vengeance on that sparrow. I toolc my gun and started in Expressing birds to heaveng To date I've shot I2 thousand 7 hundred 67." Page three hundred thirty Y TI-ILETICS , tc- , fm . gf 4 ' - - 4 X if R JI' X 'W' Q 'N ' aa I Q x e aaaa o 1 9 I 5 The Legend of the Commodore Qffxxf. WAY back in the dim, dark ages of antiquity, a philanthropic old 539 guy by the name of Commodore Vanderbilt gave a big Hock of kale for the establishment of an institution of learning in the South. E Liz And thereby hangs many a 'Ltailf' from the Sewanee Tigers' to the Methodist Bishops. But that's another storyg at least the part the Bishops played, for that was settled with a big night-shirt parade and fireworks, and also a lot of hot air from various orators connected with the institution made possible by the good old Commodores dough. The Sewanee question has been, from the very beginning, and continues to be, one of more than uncommon interest. "Sed de hoc alias." Not long after the founding of the institution which was destined to lead the South in football and education, the great gridiron game was introduced into the institutions of the East. The game spread with rapidity, but it was not until the late beloved Dr. Dudley came to Vanderbilt and founded an athletic system that the game was put in vogue here. In those days, the style of play called for physical giants, and fortunately Vandy had her share of these brutes. Soon other teams were organized in the South and Vandy began her steady climb to the football supremacy of the Southland. Her giants, principal among whom in those days were the mighty Phil Connell, Lucius Burch, and others, tore their way through their opponents by means of the old center rush and mass play, where it was almost certain death to be the bottom guy in a pile of twenty-two writhing, kicking, slug- ging, fighting men. Yes, they were men, not boys, in those days, as their mustaches, goatees and sideburns bear witnessg for it took every inch of a man to bear the burden of the paraphernalia common to the game of olden days, not to mention the brunts of the game. . Relations were formed with numbers of the most prominent Southern institutions, Page three hundred thirty-three DAN MCGUGIN l SD I 5 including Alabama, University of Nashville, Virginia, Sewanee, Cumberland, and others, but the end of practically every season found the Commodores at the top of the list. Several coaches of minor importance were brought to Nashville to put out a winning elev- en, and in this they had very little trouble. The game progressed by leaps and bounds, and such stars as Huldy Davis, John Edgerton, and John Tigert came and went. Those were the days when Vander- bilt was passing through the transition from the old style game to the more open style of play in vogue at the present " Campus 'Varsityj' 1907-Left to Right: Ray Daniel, Landon Daniel, Alex Steven- Accordingly, the 'Vanderbilt authorities began to look out for some pupil of the great Michigan mentor, who would make a suitable addition to the Vandy coaching staff. Finally they landed a 1- - A young man who had been an unusually bril- liant star on the Michi- gan eleven for two sea- - sons. This gent proved to be none other than our mutual friend, "Commodore Dan" lVlcGugin. No sooner had he taken the reins than Vanderbilt leaped into the limelight and has since that time held an honored and enviable position in the football annals, not only of the son. Stanly Rudclirnan, Percy Jones, Allen McGill, Collins Denny, Jr, Quar- A slump along about this time brought the Commodores to the crisis, and it was seen that new blood and new tutelage was needed more than anything else. It was at this same time that the renowned Fielding I-l. Yost was producing his Hpoint-a-minutei' teams at Michigan and was meeting with unprecedented success. time. terback, Charles Vaughn, age 2 years. Back Row: John Daniel, Jr., David Glenn, YVilliarn S. Vaughn. Referee, Frank Washbui'n. South, but also of the East and West. The coming of McGugin was a blessing,-a veritable Cod-send to Vanderbilt The recollection of those first few seasons of his activity here bring to mind the names of the Blakes, "Nuts,' Manier, "I-lonusu Craig, "Stein" Stone, Joe Pritchard, the two "Reds,', Taylor, and Hasslock, and Page three hundred lhiriy four Q EQE I .9 l 5 many others of that bright galaxy too numerous to mention. It was during the brilliant careers of most of the above stars that Vandy first tackled the Wolve1'ines and the Indians. The former were victorious, but va.idy'S brave struggle will go down in history. The red-men from Carlisle were not so lucky and were scalped to the tune of 4-O. The next season saw the Commodores come off the Held at Annapolis with a 7-7 score on the strong team of the Navy, and practically every year since, the warriors of the Gold and Black have struggled against the Wolverines, but not once have the boys from the Southland been able to conquer the Michiganders. The nearest defeat of the Vvolverines was in I9I l, when they nosed the Vandy lads out in the last half by a 9-8 score. Vanderbilt maintained her supremacy among Southern teams with all ease, though it was in the fall of l909 that the Sewanee Tigers pulled a big surprise and drank the blood of the Commodores on Thanksgiving Day. The season of l9I0 took the Commodores to New Haven, where they battled the sons of Eli to a 0-0 tie and left behind them a record for grit and speed never to be surpassed. Washington University also proved Vandy's meat about this time, though Ohio State copped the goat of the Commodores for two seasons. Connected with this season is the name of one already made immortal in Vancly football historyg that of Capt. Ray Morrison, whose brilliance as a Held general has never been equalled in this section of the country. Among the stars of lesser brilliance we find the names of Metzger, Freeland, Neely, and others. In 1912 Vanderbilt journeyed North once more to stack up against the best in that portion of the woods, namely the champion eleven of Harvard. The memorable battle staged on Soldiers, Field on that dismal, rainy, November day, will never be forgotten by those who sat in the stadium and watched the fast McC-ugin Machine go down in honorable defeat, with the score reading 9-3. The names of Capt. I-lardage and Zach Curlin are indissolubly linked with the story of this contest. l-lardage received an injury from which he never recovered, while Curlin put a beautiful drop kick through the posts, making Vandy's only count. This game was the beginning of Vandy,s following two-year slump. Auburn tied her, after the Commodores had been victorious over the crack team from Virginiag but Vandy came back on Thanksgiving Day and wiped up the earth with her old rivals from the mountain. The season following, the Commodores suffered defeat at the hands of Michigan, Virginia, and Auburn. During this season Tom Brown and "BuddyH Morgan, both all-Southern men, received severe injuries, and the remainder of the team, Page ifzrce hundred thirty-Jive mei "P we '31 fs if bass' R "sf -:st - .5 A Q fr. ' vs...J' 'it l 9 1 5 with the exception of "Nude" Brown and Sikes, was practically Hgreenf' This was not in evidence on Turkey Day, for the Commodores again demonstrated their ability to "come back" and romped on the Sewanee Tigers, 63-13. With the loss of Capt. "Nuck" Brown, Tom Brown, and "Buddy" Morgan, the eleven of l9l4, under the leader of the peerless Ammie Sikes, passed the worst season in history, suffering defeat six times, all of which, with the exception of the Michigan and Virginia games, could have been turned into victory by the scoring of one touchdown, or less 3 so closely were they fought. Tennessee claimed the championship for the first time in history, while the Sewanee Tigers again satiated their thirst by gurgling the gore of the Commodore, after four fierce quarters, ending with a I4-I3 score. In spite of these recent defeats, the Commodores are not conquered in spirit. Their glory of former days remains for consolation, while they turn their eyes toward the goal, once more, with the determination of once again placing them- selves at the head of Southern football. -By C. S. FOOTBALL SQUAD OF l9I4 'Page three hundred thirty-six AF? if 'VW' if .. I ., ,,, .,, 4,,,..Q,. ,..,..4,4 I. .A rw, H5 ,F 4 +P: "5 sf ,K 5 'ILS Q- ,,-,' uf, 1' 5- 's ' A 9 f"S2,m - -- 1: Br 2' Ji 4 ' 1 .9 1 5 Page three hundred thirty-seven QQM QME 1 9 1 '5 L M Page three hundred thirty-eight 1 il . " 1- 7- AW i""?',. -, 'wr 1j'A"'m '5 M 1 9 1 5 Page ihree hundred ihirly-nine 7 A X 1 9 1 5 P g thr h ndred forty it-x-m l: 4.1 ie5b....s5 A 1 9 1 5 The Football Season of Nineteen Fourteen S THE. summer vacation wore gradually away, thethought of every Vandy man-student, professor, coach, roughneck, and what-not-turned to football. Prospects for a cham- pionship team were brighter than for several seasons past: but the jinx was with us and before the end of the schedule had been reached, it was evident that Vandy was as far from the championship as Satan is from the heavenly regions. 'Tis a sad, sad story. Read it and weep. ' After two weeks of preliminary practice, the Commo- dores rambled over Henderson-Brown to the doleful tune of 42-6, and things still looked pretty good to everybody. But the next Saturday proved the undoing of the lVlcGugin A machine, when the doughty sons of the old Commodore traveled North to the haunts of the Wolverine and engaged him in mortal, combat on famous Ferry Field, the scene of CAPTAIN SIKES . . . . two or three near-victories for Vanderbilt in the not far distant past. The men of Daniel covered themselves with glory, but the men of Fielding prevailed and were awarded the palm, after an hour's bitter struggle in alveritable cloudburst. The scoreboard read 23-3 in' favor of the husky Michi- ganders, yet the game was much harder fought than the figures indicate. It was here that Col. Joshua Cody booted a wonderful drop through the posts from the forty-five yard lineg that Captain Ammie Sikes out-punted the world-renowned Splawng that H Rabbit H Curry showed his wonderful classg that Putnam, Brown, Warren, Beckleheimer et al engaged in a free-for-all with the opposing Wolverine line-men: and that H Beck H received a broken shoulder from which he did not Page three hundred forty-one H , I D 1 5 recover until after the end of the season. This was Vandy's first tumble from glory and mate- rially aided in softening the numerous tumbles that followed in quick succession afterward. Central of Kentucky came, played and left. Yes, left a man in the hospital for about six weeks, much to the regret and sorrow of every Vandy player and student. The boys from the dark and bloody hunting ground were completely out-classed and never had a smell at the high- hanging bacon which was brought home by the Commodore after a 59-0 score. - Then came the Tarheels and again did the men of Daniel struggle with might and main, so that they easily out-classed the Carolinians in prac- tically every phase of the game, with the excep- tion of tackling. And the jinx returned, and it was in the thick of the melee that a punt was blocked by the Tarheels, a score was made-am other score was made-while Vandy supporters realized the truth of the old saying, U Money has wings," and the Carolinians walked off with the big end of the score and with their coffers loaded to overflowing with perfectly good Vancly spon- dulicks. And all by one point, lO-9. Then did Virginia, H mother of states and un- diminishecl menf' send her squad from the state 9 -V! 4 -4 'ufbsn If Page three hundred forly-two J. is , 52 5, .ik if g,,..1,u ,.,. Q a , ' - sf-fs. -- -K ft tr ' 1 S l 5 institution to do battle with the Commodores and again did the Commodores fight as of yoreg but the jinx was still hovering in the vicinity, and, when the first whistle blew, made his appearance on Dudley Field. Consequently the H F. F. V.'s " romped all over the boys of Vandy with anything but the traditional Virginia chivalry and politeness. No regard for personal feelings was shown whatever, and the Gooch-Mayer combina- tion succeeded in swamping the Commodores with a 20-7 score. Qnce again the Commodores engaged in dead- ly battle with the lads from Tennessee, and again did the Commodores go down in defeat. It was a bitter dose and the effects of the awful one-year rule had begun to show. From that time hence- forth no Freshmen were allowed to play and this precipitated the avalanche of defeat which had been hanging over the Commodores and later swept them before it to the lowest depth of the awful tvalley of the conquered. And again a small score figured in the final result, and the Tennesseans can count themselves exceedingly for- tunate in getting away with the l6-I4 score. Auburn followed close on the heels of the Tennessee defeat and likewise administered the K. O. to-the Commodores in a 6-0 conflict which S 1 o 1 5 1 1 was won on a fumble. But of course fumbles are all in the game, and had Vandy won by the same route, there would have been no kick from the men of lVlcGugin. With a rest of ten days, the Commodores took on their old rivals from the Mountain, and the lat- ter for the first time in five long years wrested the palm of victory from the brows of Commodores and took it back to the Mountain for preservation to show to the Sewanee generations yet unborn and tell of the good old times ,way back in the fall of 'I4 when the Tiger drank the blood of old Vandy,s goat. And Turkey Day ended the tale, with the final count standing I4-I 3 in favor of the Tigers. Since that time all Vandy men have cherished an unusual love for a certain guy named Tolley. May his tribe decrease! Of the particular stars, H Rabbit H Curry was perhaps the most brilliant, and this bantam-weight was justly awarded an honored position on the mythical H all-Southern." Captain Sikes was handicapped by an injured knee, Beckleheimer had his shoulder broken, the one-year rule played I-lell in general, the team suffered from excessive heat during the early part of the season, the final punch was not there, and about ten million other things could be enumerated and explained, pro- Page three hundred forty-four wf 1 af" '35 fa ' ,F"'tts ,Q rf.. 1 S I 5 vided space would permit. But, anyway, every- body knows all the reasons, knows all the stars, knows how every man was an individual star, knows how the team fought every game to the bitter finish, knows how the coaches labored, knows how the student body so loyally supported the team, knows how the knockers knocked-in fact, knows everything there is to be known about the Commodores. All that is ancient history now, and the Commodores are in a new era of athletic enthusiasm and progress which is bound to con- summate in a team of teams, a characteristic Vandy team, a championship team, and a team that shall never know the bitter taste of defeat in 1915 and the seasons yet to come. After the Tigers had drunk the blood of the Commodores, the said sons of old Cornelius in turn romped on the feed at the Commercial Club, and L' Tolie H waxed exceeding rough, while Carlos Cason passed muster for second place as prince of the bovine lingo. Russ Cohen, cham- pion orator, was elected captain of the 1915 squad, and when H V's H had been awarded, the gang dispersed. Letters were awarded to the fol- lowing players: Cody, Cohen, Huffman, Sikes, Putnam, Reams, Morrison, Curry, Northcutt, Turner, Cannon, Lipscomb, Chester, Reyes, Brown, and Manager Cleveland. .wi S I 0 I 5 Page three hundred forty-six 1 53 1 5 Basketball Team I 'I-IE Vanderbilt Basketball Team of I9I4 was about the average set by past years, winning a majority of theirvgames, most of which were against the lives of Y. M. C. A.'s. By defeat- ing the Ramblers of the city Y. M. C. A. they have the undisputed title of city champions, but this signal victory was offset in a measure 'by their defeats at the hands of some of the university fives. The team started off with a rush at the beginning of their season, defeating the strong Cumberland University team at Lebanon by an overwhelming score soon afte? the Christmas holidays. Prospects seemed to be bright for the most successful team that the University had - turned out for some years. This was further borne out by the so-called H Southern Trip," on which the Atlanta Athletic Club and the Chattanooga Tigers were played. Though beaten in both games, the Commodores made such a fine showing that their supporters were still hopeful. With such a start the team would perhaps have won a great majority of its games had not Intermediate Examinations with their attendant worries broken up all practice for two weeks. To this fact is attributed the mediocrity 'of the team, as the five had all of the individual stars that is the prime requisite of a successful team. Only practice was lacking, and during this period of stress and storm it was impossible. n Soon after this the Commodores lost to the University of Georgia by a hair-breadth margin. Une week later they were beaten in Louisville by the Y. M. C. A. of that cityg then split even with Kentucky State at Lexington, each team winning one game. After a rest of a week the ,Varsity were beaten by a close score by the Jackson Y. M. C. A. From Jackson they went to Memphis, where they defeated the Memphis H Yf' The stay of several days spent in that city were made memorable to the team by the flattering courtesies which they received from the Vanderbilt Alumni. For the title of City Championstwo games were played with the Ramblers of the Nash- ville Y. M. C. A. Since the organization of the latter team the Vanderbilt fives had never been able to win a game from them, and the double victory which the University boys inflicted upon them was a source of great rejoicing among the entire 'college community. In addition to the games above recited, the five beat S. P. U. by the overwhelming score of 85 to 20, and defeated nearly all of the teams in the Basketball League of the city Y. M. C. A. ' The team was composed of the following men-Forwards: Davidson fCaptainD, Codyg Center: Reyer, Woodardg Guards: Turner, Sikesg Substitutes: Parker, Mifford, Jarrett. Coach, Denton. CAPTAIN DAVIDSON Page three hundred forty-.seven 'L- Q MM Q QQM QQ l 9 1 5 Slandfng, Lcfl lo Rigfzl: MORGAN, First Baseg LATIMER, Pitcherg P. TURNER Ccaptj, Third Baseg PREWITT, Pitcherg POLK, Second Bastg EVERS, Left Fieldg V. TURNER, Center Fieldg HOLMAN, Manager. Sitting: BROWN, Catcherg CAROTHERS, Pilcherg MORRISON, Right Fieldg DAVIDSON, Short Stopg Sucss, Pitcherg ESTKES, Catcher: JONES, Pitchcrg DICK LYLE, Coach. Page three hundred foriy-cfgh! 1 .9 1 5 Vanderbilt Nineteen Fourteen Baseball Team CAPT. TURNER AYBE it was the alumni coaching system, or maybe it was just fate, but whatever the cause, the fact remains that Vanderbilt had the most efficient and sensational baseball team in 1914 that the oldest student can recall. It was an aggressive, Hghting machine that Coach Dick Lyle, with his precise and systematic methods, developed. Its strength lay in its great team work, excellent fielding and heavy batting-the team batting average being 299. Three games scheduled with the Nashville Southern Leaguers were snowed out, and so the season began in Lebanon, Vanderbilt taking the first game of a double-header from Cum- berland, by a score of I6-l, and losing the second, 5-0. Tennessee was the next stop on this trip, and here the Commodores lost the first, but took the second game. Vandy then came home to play the strong Michigan team, and Michigan, though appar- ently beaten in the last game, took two games as the result of Commodore errors. Scores, 9-4 and 7-6. The Commodores again took the trail to play Georgia and Georgia' Tech. The Southern- ers were better prepared for such early season games and Georgia took two games, while the Commodores divided two with Georgia Tech. Then after winning but three out of the first ten games, the losses all resulting from errors. the Commodores braced and the efforts of Coach Lyle showed up in the team work which characterized their play throughout the remainder of the season. They returned home to win eight straight games, mowing down Cumberland in two, 9-2 and IO-l 5 Tennessee in two, 7-0 and 7-43 Sewanee in three, 5-4, 5-l and I2-l0g and beating Hawkins in a practice affair. Many star plays occurred in eleven innings, l Page three hundred forty-nine during this winning streak. Next came the celebrated H Chinksf' a pr l-l l, but a home run with two on bases won the second game for the H Chinksf' 4-l, after a close and ofessional Chinese team of Hawaii. This team was lucky to tie the first game Gp. ...S -,. A 45. 9,1-regk .tar if-'--sflul Xi., 5 AziYq,,,,.f' 'Q an ix-use ,,1.,.f"' Vw, -1 C QM W f or-...al-.. 47 A we fa' . r -F 'se . 'r. '- 1 'N ' ' , ' 7l ma-.atb-and iltffretvtil. f I .9 1 5 exciting game. This broke Vandy's winning streak, but the Commodores were not dismayed and broke camp for Starks- ville, Miss., where, on Founders Day, they twice defeated Mississippi A. 6: M., 9-4 and 9-3, and on the next day the score was tied at 5 all. Could Vanderbilt have played Georgia a few weeks later than when the two teams met at Athens, Ga., the Georgia team must certainly have been defeated, for it was then that the Commodores gained their true strength. The winning of this series, the last of the season, from the strong Mississippi A. 8: M. team gave Capt. Turner's Commodores second honors in the South, and ended their playing season in a blaze of glory. April April April April April April April April April April April April May 2-Cumberland .. . . . . . l 2-Cumberland .. . . . . . 5 3-Tennessee , . . . . . 5 4-Tennessee . . , 8 IO-Michigan .. . . . 8 ll-Michigan .. ... 7 I5-Georgia . .... . . . 8 I6-Georgia . ....... . . . 8 l7-Georgia Tech.. . . . . . 3 I8-Georgia Tech.. .. . . . . .18 24-Cumberland .. . . . . 2 25-Cumberland .. . . . . I I-Tennessee . . . . . . 0 Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt BASEBALL RECORD May May May May May May May May May May 2-Tennessee . . . 4 7-Sewanee . . . 4 -Sewanee . . . I 9-Sewanee . . .... IO l l-Chinese Univ. .... l l t2-Chinese Univ ....... . . . 4 I6-Hawkins .............. 8 -Mississippi A. Sl M. .... 4 -Mississippi A. Bl M .... 3 -Mississippi A. Sl M. .... 5 Opponents .......... 129 Vanderbilt ..... . . . 5 Vanderbilt ..... . . . 5 Vanderbilt ...., . . . 5 Vanderbilt ..... . . . IZ Vanderbilt ..... . . . l l Vanderbilt ..... . . . l Vanderbilt ..... . . . I2 Vanderbilt ..... . . . 48 Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt .......,. I63 Games played 23, won I3, tied 2, lost S. Page three hundred fifty Q, X, T?--ma. ,..f.-Q? F- .-,ui Q 36 H Q mf I 8 I 5 2 2 Page ihrec hundred fifiy-one 4 F42 riffs? a ffffffg ff? M W I JD I 5 Page three hundred fifty-info f - ?3e..,..J P E6 9 J 1 -9 I 5 The Track Team I i HE prospects for a l9l4 championship running squad were dealt a hard 1 blow when Capt. W. H. Gill, holder of the Sf I. A. A. mile record, and Armistead, quarter-miler, failed to report on account of press of work. Coach Anderson issued a call for the first work-out early in March and four veterans-Chester, Stahlman, Nelson and Garner-were among the fifty candidates that braved the spring winds. M. S. Chester was elected Captain tosucceed Gill. Vanderbilt runners entered three meets, winning the dual contests from Kentucky State and Tennessee and dropping to fourth place in the Southern Intercollegiate at Meridian, Mississippi, which closed the season May l5-I 6. The lack of weight and field event men told heavily on Vanderbilt in the latter meet. Chester was the most valuable man on the team, winning a number of events in the dual meets and setting up a record at the S. I. A. A. Atkins did excellent work and Turner showed good form for his ' first year. Stahlman, a record -hurdler, was injured early inthe season ' and never recovered. , ' The season opened April I8 with Kentucky, on Dudley Field, and when the dust settled, the score stood 64 to 34 for Vanderbilt. Good CAPTAIN CHESTER time was made for anearly contest. On the Saturday following, the Commodores ran up a 75 to Z3 'score against Tennessee in Knoxville. A slow track and lack of competition made most of the events slower than against Kentucky. Three weeks intervened before the S. I. A. A. and Coach Anderson faced the hard task of preparing a weak team for one of the best meets ever held in the South. Six teams were entered, and five records fell beneath the onslaught. Page three hundred jifiy-three f"I.',4' fpxffvs Qu' 'wx , "xmas A 'Y 5:-'I fi' BI -if f',a'.x."If fl. it 'I Ti Z -ef vig' Jf3f3iQi"ifli . 4 1 .15 1 5 Louisiana State University won first place, closely pressed by Mississippi A. Sk M. The others finished-Tulane, Vander- bilt, Georgia Tech and Alabama. New records were set up in the I-Iigh Jump, Pole Vault, 220-I-Iurdles, Discus and Mile Relay. For the first time Vanderbilt failed to break the tape on the relay. I... S. U. clipped two-fifths of a second off the former Vanderbilt record after the Commodore four had been worked down in previous events. Chester paced the 220-Hurdles in 26 seconds, breaking the record set in IQI3 by Stahlman, and winning in a sensational finish. Vander- bilt now holds five records and shares two others. The following men were awarded letters: Capt. Chester, Atkins, Stahlman, Turner, Curry, Nelson, Branham, Gar- ner, and Manager Armistead. S. I. A. A. MEET, MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI, MAY I5-I6, l9l4 I00-yd.-Noble, Miss. A. Sz M., Wells, Miss. A. Gt M., Cole- man, Tulane. Time, IO sec. 220-yd.-Noble, Miss. A. St M., Wells, Miss. A. SL M., Upton L.. S. U. Time, 22 I-5 sec. 440-yd.-Galloway, I.. S. U., Turner, Vanderbilt, I-lerron, Ala- bama. Time, 53 3-5 sec. Half-mile-Atkins, Vanderbilt, Elliot, Miss. A. 81 M., Stouse Tulane. Time, 2:2 2-5. One Mile-Faust, Tulane, Garner, Vanderbilt, Robbins, Miss A. 6: M. Time, 4:42 3-5. One Mile Relay-I.. S. U., Miss. A. Sz M., Vanderbilt. Time 3:30. Record. I20-yd. Hurdles-Burris, I... S. U., Oakes, Tulane, Schmidt, Tulane. Time, I6 2-5 sec. No record allowed on account of knock- ing hurdles. 220-yd. I-Iurdles-Chester, Vanderbilt, Schmidt, Tulane, Jones, Miss. A. Gt M. Time, 26 sec. Record. High Jump-Robinson, Ga. Tech., P. E.. Werlein, Tulane, P. P. Werlein, Tulane. I-Ieighl, 5 ft. II I-8 in. Record. Broad Jump-Oakes, Tulane, Parker, Miss. A. or M., Street, Ga. Tech. Distance, 21 ft. 2 in. Pole Vault-Neuhauser, I... S. U., Parker, Miss. St M., Smith, Ca. Tech. Height, ll ft. 5 I-4 in. I-Iammer Throw-Dutton, I.. S. U., McArthur, Miss. A. Bt M., Mauck, Ga. Tech. Distance, II6 ft. 8 in. I Shot Put-Dutton, I... S. U., Reed, I... S. U., Werlein, Tulane. Distance, 39 ft. 6 in. ' Discus Throw-Dutton, I... S. U., Mauck, Ga. Tech., Churchill, Ca. Tech. Distance, H9 ft. 2 in. Record. Page lhree hundred fifly-four if 1 ,, Q if M Q fl 1 sn 1 5- V Page ihrce hundred fifly-five 0 RELAY TEAM , S. l. A. A.. Records l00-yd.-Mason, Vanderbilt, '08, Byrd, Clemson, 'l0. 9 4-5 sec. 220-yd.-Mason, Vanderbilt, '08, Noble, Miss. A. Sz M., 'l4. 22 l-5 sec. 440-yd.-jones, Vanderbilt, '02, 50 2-5 sec. Half-Mile-Scott, Miss. A. 81 lVl., 'l3. 2:0l I-5. Mile-Gill, Vanderbilt, 'l3. 4:36 2-5. One Mile Relay-Louisiana State University, 'l4. 3:30. l20-yd. Hurdles-Anderson, Vanderbilt, '06, I6 3-5 sec. 220-yd. Hurdles-Chester, Vanderbilt, 'l4. 26 sec. High Jump-Robinson, Ga. Tech., 'l4. 5 ft. ll l-8 in. Broad jump-Hamilton, Vanderbilt, '06. 21 ft. 8 l-2 in. I6 Pound Shot-Tuberville, Clemson, 'l3. 40 ft. 8 l-2 in. I6 Pound Hammer-Commagere, Tulane, 'l3. l38 ft. 3-4 in. Discus Throw-Dutton, L. S. U., 'l4. ll9 ft. 2 in. Pole Vault-Neulmauser, L. S. U., 'l4. ll ft. 5 l-4 in. Page ihrec hundred ffly-.six Co-ed Basketball Team 1914415 LJNEJJP Miss EVELYN NORTON ...... . . . Forward Miss HENRIETTA SP1-:RRY . . . Forward Miss NINA EARLY '..... Center Miss HELEN FRANKLAND fCapt.D . . . V . Guard Miss CATHERINE ACKLEN ...... . . Cuard SCORES Vanciy Co-eds. .... .... 3 2 Cumberland Co-eds.. . .. Vandy Co-ecls. ,... .... 2 8 Nashville Coaches ...... . Vancly Co-eds.. .. .... 57 Nashville Y. W. C. A... Vancly Co-eds I6 Transylvania ......,.... Vancly Co-eds 5 Ky. State Co-eds. ...... . Vandy Co-eds I9 Univ. of Cincinnati Co-eds Vancly Co-eds. ...... .... 2 6 Dixie College .......... . Vancly Co-eds .... . . l83 Opponents. . . . Page ihree hundred fifty-seven , , ..,, H if 1 9 1 5 I L9 I 5 nd sim ,E KV, y x sw ' 'H ':"i+"5 Mg? 'f "' ' L wi xy Ai, "2 an JF' in QS, I' A X ' fu F . ' .Q f K, -'. A a 1. X L ia: 5 1-' . .'N.""H'- 4 Q - if i 5 X J , , . M -'Nm ' K fx N X X mf x fs 1 , 3 . X ,Page ihfee hundred fifty-eight W, .5 . . , ,Z A ' , S5 W' -4 , 1 - .Lf in 2 ff fi '59 X f' 1 9 1 5 Pac three hundred ffly-nine What the causesaof those spasmsg Read the wisdom of my story, Which a little sparrow tolcl me While he sat for Mr. lVlayHelclg Read the history of Vancly, In the goocl year nineteen fourteen. l SD l 5 Hnrwni Ijuatnrg , BY A. B. S. Ye who sometimes in your ramhles wg Through the pages just preceding, Where the budding pen-and-inkster 'A Hangs effusions of his genius Over old jokes gray with ages, Wonder what the pow-wow's over Page ihree liunzlred sixty Page lhrec hundred sixty-one MOON OF JANUARY Now the moon of January, Moon of boneheads and of Hunlcing, Fell upon the Red Men sorely, And with moans and wails and sighing Did the Red Men turn from Christmas And the squaws they left behind them,- ulrlandsomest of all the women,"- To the conflict now before them. But for some was naught availing, Though Great Manitou had spoken, Yea, had thundered forth in chapel. They were heedless, yea, were scornful. They the "merry mischief'-makers," They the boastful story-tellers: And the plague fell hot upon them And the Red Men's tribe was lessened. MOON OF FEBRUARY And by way of relaxations From the vile examinations, Novel sports were now indulged in, And Centennial meads were fairestg And the rage among the Red Men Now was duelling at sunrise. And Columbus tried to pull some Ruff stuff with the Red Men, but 'twas Most exceeding futileg but when Rambling Ramblers rambled it was Sorrowful indeed. And near this QQ M 0 Q: 3 1 9 Time there came to life an awful Beastie called the Kangaroocourt. And the Red Men all endeavored To escape as fast as might be, But Great Manitou was swifter, And Great Manitou was wrathful, And the reclconing was awful On the old and graver sachems. Then the Sophomores endeavored For to malce the Freshman truly Verdant: and the Freshies did so. Then a feasting was in orderg Both the pigskin and the Kissam- ltes were stuffed unto repletion. And the gently purring Ammie Was the chief of all the foolballs. MOON OF MARCH In this moon a Senior Banquet Died from lack of proper feeding. And the slim and slender runners Gathered out upon the campus: And the Tillett Boulevard was Famous for its spring-like zephyrs. And the Ramblers ramblecl once more. MARCH THE TWENTY-FIRST. And on this Date the heart of Manitou was Happy, far beyond his hoping, For the Board of Trust did win from Bishops manyg there was mighty Mirth among the Red Men, and the Hustler burst forth garbed in saffron. QSFNQX it - ? -1 lg I 5 3 1 Fm And the bell did ring most loudly. And the head-chief of The Hustler Lost his peace-pipe quite entirely. MOON OF APRIL ln this moon the Junior Red Men Triumphed over all the others, Both in running and in leaping. And Ricardo's Red Nlen dropped a Couple to the Nlichiganders. But Kentucky was not lucl-ry In the gentle art of tracking, For the Red Men were much fleeter. And Ricardo's Red Men grew yet Punk and punl-zer. And about this Time the Lodge of Owls held forth their Grave and sacred bids, and caught a Score of Sophomoric Owlets, And the Tennesseans proved most Futile as to tracking also. And the Red Men Howlers wound up With a huge and noisy War-Song. MOON OF MAY Now the moon of violets and Freshman poets came upon usg And the big squeeze, Musa Mimsa, Heard the throstle in the treetops. Then the Tigers from Sewanee Dropped a couple to the Red Men. And the Book of Commodore was brought forth for saleg A And Red Men Went to run in Mississippi, But to no avail. And from the Isle Hawaii came the Chinkys Showing rather pretty baseball. And the Ugliest of the Red Men Was one Nuck. And Foundeifs Day Very ufittingly observed." And then the Wigwam of the Sigma Chis did win the baseball cuplet. MOON or JUNE In this heated moon the brains of All- the Red Men sizzled in their Brain-pans, and examinations Added to the warmth within them. Then the grabbing for the sheep-hides Got ferocious, even tragic. And the whole tribe of the Red Men Beat it back to pleasant valleys And the squaws they left behind them, ul-landsomest of all the women." MOON OF SEPTEMBER To the hunting ground returning, They, the boastful story-tellers, Told their wondrous tales of summer, Tales of love among their peoples. Then in various wigwams strove they was Page ihrec hundred sixly-lwo Page three hundred sixty-three Mightily against each other For some green and callow striplings And harsh words were spoken freely. And the Red Men football chasers Sweated for the hog-hide greatly. And the Union of the Red Men Started on its great career. And once more did Cumberland get Scalped and sat upon and messed up. MOON OF OCTOBER And the men of Henderson-Brown Were exceeding disappointed. But there was a woeful tale to Tell when Michigan and Red Men Mixed it roughly at Ann Arbor. And the sophomores in council, Placing bans on deals and frame-ups, Buried hatches by the dozen. And in this moon first made entry Naughty, bad, and brutal Brutus, He the scathing scarilier. And the bool:-men broke for cover. And the Centralites were humbled. But the Tar-Heels were without the Proper share of mercy for us. And Virginia outplayed us, Which was worse, and so the hoclc-shop Grew in favor with the Red Men. v Er . 1 .9 MOON OF NOVEMBER And this moon was started wrongly, Tennessee assisting greatly. Brutus, now E.. T., appeared once More, but in a more diluted Form of funny stuff. And then the Six to nothing came from Auburn, Yea, a wretched tale to tell of, And the Red Men lost all hope of Ever seeing home and mother. And Sewanee crowned the sum of All the year of tragic losses. Jitneys were as scarce as hen teeth, In the wigwams of the Red Men. MOON OF DECEM BER In this moon that rude boy Cohen Was elected future Chieftain Of the Red Men pig-hide chasers. Would-be dramatists did offer ' Up a play behind the footlights, And the Psyche-kiss was with us. And the Engineering Ball was Not. But all the Red Men Basket artists practiced daily, In the wonderful gymnasium. So the moon was ended, and the Red Men turned them homeward, seein Turkey loom on the horizon. Dedication ...... ...... afwfi, a 1 W 'M rfb 1 8 1 5 Advertisements ...... Alpha Kappa Kappa. .. Alpha Tau Omega ....... i'Ancient History" .....,. .. "Athletics" CClay Modelf . . . Bachelor of Ugliness ........ Baseball Team .......... Basketball Team .... Beta Theta Pi ..... Buddy Club ...... Calendar .........,. "Cap A1li" CPoemj . . .. Chancellor and Deans ..... Chi Zeta Chi ....,......... "Classes" fClay Modelj. . .. Co-ed Basketball Team ..... Contributors ............... Commodore Band . ......... . Commodore Board and Editors. Commodore Club ........... Commodore Representatives . Debating Council ........ Delta Delta Delta .... Delta Kappa Epsilon. .. Delta Sigma Delta ......... Delta Tau Delta ,,.......... Dialectic Literary Society .... Dramatic Club ............ "Everyfreshman" ,..... . . Pirst Year Law Class ....... Football Team .....,........... .. "Fraternities" fClay Modelb .......... .. Preshman Class, Academic and E ngineering. Freshman Class, Dental .,.............. Freshman Class, Medical ........,.. . , "Preshman's Letter Cto his girly' .... .. Curls Club .................... . . Clee Club ............ ..... 365 220 189 360 331 307 348 346 171 304 1 1 330 10 228 31 357 14 303 312 276 314 287 8 253 195 239 177 288 284 26 72 340 137 58 106 104 76 302 282 lI'1ClCX "Glee Club Log" ............ . . . . Graduate Club ............... .... "Greater Medical Department" .... "Guide to West Campus" ....... Honor Committee ........... .... Honorary Fraternities ......, .... Hustler , ...,................ . . . . ln Memoriam fDr. Dudleyj .... ..,.. John Marshall Law Club ............,... Junior Class, Academic and Engineering. .. Junior Class, Biblical .......... ,,.. Junior Class, Dental ....,.... .. Junior Class, Medical ...... . junior Class, Pharmacy .... . Kappa Alpha .......... . Kappa Alpha Theta. . . . "Kappa Beta Phi". .. . Kappa Psi ........... . Kappa Sigma ............ . "Legend of the Commodore" . Masonic Guild ........... . "Med's Inventory" ......... . . Middle Year Biblical Class. . . . . "A Night in Summer", fPoemj . . . . Observer . ..................... . Omega Upsilon Phi ............. . "Organizations" CClay Modelj ...., . . Owl Club ...........,............. Pan-Hellenic Council fAcademicD ..... Pan-Hellenic Council fltfledicalj .... . "Personal Efficiency Test" ....... . . Phi Phi Phi Phi Phi Phi Phi Phi Phi Beta Kappa .......... . . . Beta P1 ....... Chi .......... Delta Phi ..... Delta Theta. . . Kappa Chi .... Kappa Psi ......... . . Kappa Sigma.. losophic Literary Society .... 308 274 24 17 306 259 318 12 292 46 126 1 15 97 133 165 250 188 230 151 333 298 131 125 15 316 234 271 278 140 219 136 260 226 223 264 143 268 207 213 290 Pi Mu Psi Omega Publications Quarterly "Rejected Contributions" Relay Team 232 236 311 319 113 356 135 68 School of Expression ................. Second Year Law Class ................. Senior Class, Academic and Engineering. . . 34 Senior Class, Biblical ................... 122 Senior Class, Dental ............ .... 1 06 Senior Class, Law ..... .. Senior Class, Medical ......... .. Senior Class, Pharmacy ........... .... "Seven Wonders of Vanderbilt" .... . . . . S. l. A. A. Records. .. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.. Sigma Chi .. Sigma Nu ....... Sigma Upsilon . Sororitles ........ . . Spectator Club ....... "Stististics" .......... ............. . . Sophomore Class, Academic and Engineering Sophomore Class, Medical ............... Tau Kappa Alpha .,............. .... 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WRITE FOR CATALOG. :AME .- E5- lil wr 1 lj g gglllimu , . SW. Metlloclistt Publishing House Largest Book Store in the South SMITH 51 LAMAR, Agents, Entire Stock New and Fresh NASHVILLE, TENN. DALLAS, TEXAS RICHMOND, VA. Urlqhe female of the species is more deadly than the male, unless you provide for her a sensible cooking equipment. WPOI' a range that will look well, cook well, and last Wright Bros. or Turner I b t. I WALL PAPER OHg, C fa 10113 1 Buy A NATIONAL STEEL RANGE C , . Made and guaranteed by SUPPLIES FOR ENGINEERS AND P hllllps Sc Buttorfl Mfg. Co. ARTISTS NASHVILLE, TENN. PICTURE FRAMES 1lAnd this is not all you will need when you marry .V ei-ther, consult us about essentials for dining room, kitchen, laundry and, ultimately, nursery. Always best and cheapest. 303 FIFTH AVENUE, NORTH PHONE H. 242 and 243 Kennedy gl Stevens For Good Things to Eat ASAE!- NASHVILLE, - - TENNESSEE T1 C. R. 81 l-l. I-I. Hatch RUSH GRDER ? 417 DEADERICK STREET NASHVILLE, TENN. ' e ephone Main 805. We'll do the re WELL, Dear Old COMMODORE: EV?HEI2T'lN'?SOISSEEEBt5E Ei? ESEIESEIEISE IIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIII,IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIAIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IN THE BETTER CLASS OF GENERAL PRINTING, ENGRAVING, ORIGINATING FOR SCHOOLS, COLLEGES, FRATERNITIES, COMMERCIAL AND SOCIAL FUNCTIONS BRANDAU-CRAIG-DICKERSON CO. MANUFACTURING A ENGRAVERS, PRINTERS, LITHOGRAPHERS NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE J S MANUFACTURERS OF ICE CREAM, CAKES AND FINE CANDIES We DeIiver In the City and Ship to All Points FRAPPE and PUNCHES for all OCCASIONS l4l I Church Street Church and Sixth Ave. Phones Hemlock I 160 and I I6I Phone Main 600 We Feed 80 per cent of the Law Department ' F ur Lunch Tickets 516.50 Three Lunch T1CkCtS 513.00 O UNCH COMPANY DIXIE DAIRY L 50 and Up 234 Fourth Avenue, North 55.00 Lunch Tickets 34.50 " Ask a Student Who Eats Here" Prices GRAY gl DUDLEY HARDWARE CCD. NASHVILLE, 'TENNESSEE il--lHEADQUARTERS FoR-l-:l- Athletic and Sporting Goods ALL VANDERBILT TEAMS ARE EQUIPPED BY US JENSEN, HERZER 81 JECK JEWELERS C.'.C TT'.T,'TT.',T. 'T'T',' .'T'.'T','. LT'T','T','T'.L ,'.L.'.L.'.L,'. I I I I '.L. '.'.' S'T'T '.LlTTLT'.'.' ,LT'.'.'.'T'.1.','.'.'.'TL.','.',TT'.'T','TL.'.L, I '.', CLASS PINS, RINGS and MEDALS A SPECIALTY 602 and 604 CHURCH ST. Telephone Main 872 Geo. R. Calhoun or Company Established 1835 Leading Jewelers Silversmiths Opticians Fraternity Jewelry of all Kincls FINE GIFT GOODS A SPECIALTY FIFTH AVENUE Corner Union Street CALVERT BROTHERS PHOTOGRAPHERS AND PORTRAIT PAINTERS N T PRINTING 1IOur Work covers everything in Printing-Books, Catalogs, Annuals, Magazines, Periodicals, Fold- ers, Circulars, and other commercial work. Wwe are not conlinecl to any one way of Printing except that we do only Good Printing. Let us demonstrate. Williams Printing Company 156 Fourth Avenue, North NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE Gastner- Knott Go. "NASHVlLLE'S SHOPPING GENTEHH 1 . Eb . ,lg 1 IEW - X 1' fx X fix I' i I f 'Q5 f - 5' -,.. 'mum-fi?-iQ'Tr. f'fiv"f -" f' We I 'I' iii ' " ,ajft V--fl WL gI'i"1'i?i-lggis, all U " fi 'mi inf' "f I li , Lila EEE A are A 'fA 2, '7 1112 5' W 1 I f 115121 : - fr ' .W LVL. w.lfAin-ff' I,-J' XT:-lf? ,Y I as is W COMPLETE IVlEN'S' SHOP A Iso Complete Department ofFurniture, Rugs Draperies and Upholstery. We Supplied lhe Furnishings for the Union Room Our Business is the Business of Pleasing Our Customers The Business Lifts Itself Up to our Customer's Consideration by the Dignity of Its Selling in Many Forms of Excellence BY REASON OF ITS SPLENDID STOCKS, BY REASON OF ITS SPLENDID INDI VIDUALI TIES IN ORDER T O FIT INDIVIDUALITIES It Makes Its Own Sign to People of Judgment that It is Capable and Conscientious in I Good Service It Never Flinches in Making Good . 13124402 r ' " 'f mi SAHSFACTUPYSTUFF'Esfxlllflliplsfz. ' -5-N "4fiUf1.-. , MAKERS OF THE CLOTHES WE SELL X LEADERS SINCE 1843 Iglffiii Vlvq . IE. .' an L. 5 - UNION ST. and FOURTH AVE. ' ' NASHVILLE Baird-Ward Printing Co. SPECIALIZING IN . Books Taz I o rs A . Catalogues Llolhzers P bl., t. Hatters ll lLC1l0flS Fu h e 150-152-154 Fourth Ave., N. Nashville, Tennessee Vanderbilt Men Should know that our Assistant Manager attended Vanderbilt seven years ago as a result of Working for us each vacation, and that We have something even better to offer Vanderbilt Men now. CALL BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE The Southwestern Co. 152 FOURTH AVE., N. WE HA VE A FULL LINE OF A U T OGRAPHIC K ODAK S IN STOCK WE IVANT YOU TO HA VE THE NEW AUTOGRAPHIC BOOKLET D U .R Y,S KODAK PICTU1E?3ISHED 420 Union Street Merry St Friedrnan Co. Hermitage Laundry Co. Have It Done TO T1-1E COLLEGE TRADE "The Hermitage Wey'? New Styles Created Specially for Three Telephones, Main 493 Students II6-I I8 FIFTH AVENUE, SOUTH THE HOUSE OF FASHION Up-Town Office No. 8 Arcade 704 Church Street Nashville, Tennessee NASHVILLE, """' TENNESSEE Department of Dentistr Vanderbilt University New Campus. Modern Building. Ample Equipment. TI-IE TI-IIRTY-SEVENTH SESSION OPENS OCTOBER I, 1915 The Three Years' Course Leading to the Degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery Emhraces All that the Pracftice of Modern Dentistry Demands ' FOR CATALOGUES AND OTHER INFORMATION, ADDRESS HENRY W. MORGAN, M.D., D.D.S., DEAN 211 'Sixth Avenue, N., NASHVILLE, TENN. myfail flifff' ' 217 FIFTH A VENUE, NORTH SUMMER STREET OUR WORK HAS BEEN HONORED WITH THE HIGHEST A WARDS 230 FOURTH A VENUE, NORTH CHERRY STREET ' SOUTHERN ICE CCMPANY -PPP-rr Call up Southern Ice Company 4-444 I For ICE Telephone Main 178 I COAL Telephone Main 43 Drink HOWES Disfilled Watezg Telephone Main 4744 M .morn ,n,. , I. DeMoU1Ile 5 Branch , 1600 West End Avenue - D Q r S This is the Nearest Real Drug Store to the Campus 9 1285 Come to see us, Write or phone and the goods are yours at a - reasonable price -lr Hemlock 24 and 25 Nashville, Tenn. I V . Max Bloomsteirfs PHARMACY I Sells the Best of Everything Kept in a First-Class RETAIL DRUG STORE This store employs more Vanderbilt graduates than any other clrug store! in Nashville 506-508 CHURCH ST. COMPLIMENTS OF AI. Eslqinil 81 Sons JOSEPH ESKIND HERBERT ESKIND ERNEST ESKIND 5 I 3 CHURCH STREET DIXIE D IRY UNCH Special Rates to Students I WALL PAPERS, PICTURES, FRAMES THE FREEMAN DECORATING COMPANY XN E N : O W fBeIow Hermitage I-Iotelj V 5 I 7 UNxoN STREET r W NASHVILLE if ESTABL' TENNESSEE A liberal discoun.i.aIIon2ecI all. students IVIail or Send Your KODAK PICTURES -PW-PTO4-44+ WI LE S KGDSETSEE SHOP Developed Pive Cents Per Roll 27 ARCADE "WE TALK THRU OUR HATS" The Season's Latest Novelties in H AT S and C A P S Wrights S22 Hat Stores 5I0 Church Street Fourth and Union Vanderhilfs Headquarters Hats College Caps 50c to S2 MCEWCH,S l..H111'1ClI'y WE DELIVER THE cooDs DRY CLEANING OR LAUNDRY It Goes and It Returns, When Its Patrons Say. "There is Wonderful Satisfaction in Service." During Vacation, Send Your Work and Have Your Friends Send Their Work by Parcels Post to "McEWen's Laundry, Nashville, Tenn." GREAT SATISFACTION QUICK SERVICE WON'T YOU TRY US ONCE? GEORGE T. WILSON HENRY W. COOPER Nashville Surgical Supply Company Surgical Instruments, Trusses, Crutches, Abdomi- nal Supporters, Elastic Hosiery, Invalid Chairs, Microscopes and Bi- ologic Products CORNER CHURCH STREET AND FOURTH AVENUE Telephone Main 3897 I V I W The Latesoc in V Photography can J High Grade I1 WNW Hucldleston- Cooper EVERY HQME CAN NOW HAVE The Home of Eledtrie Light Better Clothes . CHURCH ST. AND FIFTH AVE. OUR CLOTHING HATS and I OLD HOUSES FURNISHINGS ARE WIRED at PLEASINO to the COST COLLEGE MAN 'TWELVE MONTHS TO PAY BATES STREET SHIRTS Colors Guaranteed Fast M NASHVILLE RAILWAY DO YOUR PI-IONING AND MEET TI-IE BOYS AT OUR STORE at Vanderbilt University LAW DEPARTMENT MEMBER OF ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN LAW SCHOOLS THREE YEARS COURSE OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION AND GOVERNMENT FACULTY JAMES HAMPTON KIRKLAND, PHD., LL.D. EDWARD TUCKER SEAY, LL.B. Chancellor of ilze University Professor of Law Chancelloifs Office, College I-Iall, residence 8 South Avenue, Vanderbilt Law School Building Campus ALLEN GARLAND HALL, LL.B., LL.D. Professor of Lanz and Dean of the Law Depariment Dearfs Office, Vanderbilt Law School Builclingg residence, 2 West Avenue, Campus JOHN BELL KEEBLE, LL.B. Professor of Law Vanderbilt Law School Building JOI-IN WALTUS JUDD Professor of Law WILLIAM KING MCALISTER, B.A Professor of Law Noel Block CHAS. H. WILBER, PILB., j,C,D Professor of Law Vanderbilt Law School Building MRS. A. M. ELLIOTT Librarian of the Lanz Library and Secretary to the Dean Vanderbilt Law School Building Vanderbilt Law School Building FOR CATALOGUE AND SPECIAL INFORMATION, ADDRESS ALLEN G. HALL, LL.D., Dean, Vanderbilt University, Departme NASHVILLE, TENN. Il 1' ' " ' ,gf , e lvery X Age . 5 f f oy S Y-me " Pe' A . I fgfxw , SI The Best Flowers X lx Zfll '- X it Q 1' Z f , ,ff muulluulllluuwwmaltmllmmlluwmuwmlmluwlumwlwlwww1lmlmlHllullmlullrlll11wvluvll1lll-wl2mlamlQlllllmumrmsmzmlummmmllwwuuuwnmmwlwl:wlz4llemzwunmmmmlu Phones: Main H92 and H93 601 Church Street Nashville, Tenn. Nashville Laundry Co. and Benzole Cleaners Maxwell l-louse ng, T, Beffy TCHH6SSCC,S M CO' Most Famous Hostelry CREATORS of the Best Clothes Service Per Dollar INVESTED L. N. GIBSON, MANAGER EUROPEAN PLAN RATES 31.00 TO 32.50 PER DAY NEW LUNCH ROOM UNDER CONSTRUCTION BEST FACILITIES FOR 152 SIXTH AVENUE, N. BANQUETS AND ENTERTAINMENTS "just a Whisper South of Church Street." l,l00 Studentsg l25 Teachers 20 Buildings, Value 351,000,000 VA DERBILT UNIVERSIT The University offers courses leading to degrees in the following seven departments: THE ACADEMIC, embracing Classical, Scientific and post-Graduate courses, leading to the usual literary degrees. Tl-lE ENGINEERING, embracing courses in Civil, Mechanical, Mining and Electrical Engi- neering and Metallurgy, and leading to corre- sponding degrees. TI-IE BIBLICAL, embracing the English and Classical courses, and leading to the degree PLD. THE LAW, covering three years, and leading to the degree of LLB. THE DENTAL, covering three years, and leading to the degree of D.D.S. THE MEDICAL, covering four years, and leading to the degree of M.D. THE PHARMACEUTICAL, covering two years, and leading to the degree of Ph.C. EXPENSE-The total expense of nine months need not exceed 3300. Kissam Hall, a hand- some and commodious dormitory for the accommodation of students in all departments, has recently been erected at a cost of Sl35,000. ATHLETICS-A well equipped gymnasium is open to all students. Tennis courts and a magnificent athletic lield are located on the campus. Send for catalogue, stating department in which you are interested. J. E. HART, Secretary. Established 1872 Excelled by None E. A. Wright Bank Note Company Engravers -Printers-Stationers Offices and Factory CentraI Store Broad and Huntingdon Sts. IZIS WaInut St. PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA Manufacturers of CLASS AND SOCIETY PINS MEDALS COMMENCEMENT INVITATIONS CALLING CARDS DANCE PROGRAMS, MENUS STATIONERY YEAR BOOK INSERTS INVITATIONS LEATHER SOUVENIRS PHOTOGRAVURES Tennessee CentraI Ra1IroacI H. B. CHAMBERLAIN, W. K. IVICALISTER, RECEIVERS ROUTE OF THE "NASHVILLE SPECIAL" TO KNOXVILLE, ASHEVILLE, WASHING- TON, NEW YORK AND POINTS EAST. A New Fast Train, Operated Daily on the Following Schedule: Leave NashviIIe ,. ............. IO:40 P. M. Arrive Ki-ioxviIIe. ....... ..., 7 :OO A. M. Arrive AsheviIIe ..... ....... I :05 P. M. Arrive Bristol ....... ..,.... I 2:25 P. M. Arrive Washington ............ 12:30 A. M. Arrive Philadelphia ........... 4:25 A. M. Arrive New York ............. 7:I3 A. M. Through Electric Lighted PuIIman SIeeper TO KNOXVILLE No change of trains to AsheviIIe. No delay. Direct Connections. City Ticket Office, No. 1 Arcade Telephone Main 309 I. E. SHIPLEY, A, G, P. A. Nashville, Tenn. L. D. Phone M. 1688 L. D. Phone M. 1689 THOMAS W. MEET ME AT WRENNE 6: COMPANY I S BANKERS WRENNE BANK BUILDING 2'0 FIFTH AVENUE, N- LONG TIME LOW RATE BUILDING LOANS - Real Estate Leases, Rentals Sales, Wiills and Admin- Clgars, Candy' sodas istration of Estates, Ocean Steamship Agency, All the Great Lines and Around the World. WILL MAKE YOUR BOND Telephone Main 557 vBTo NI. PELLETTERI Marshall 55 Bruce NOW PLAYING AT, TOLMIE. S 3P-M.TO6P.M. Wg, Steel Die Embossing Printing, Litlaograplaing DANCE' MUSIC Publication Work Fine Caloaric-KXIGQOCI Singing DROP IN SKALGWSKI'S IZ to 2 p.m.---3230 to 7 p.m.---9 to H130 p.m. A Particular Place for Particular People IVIorning---Afternoon---Evening Use GAS for LIGHTING and HEATING BEST, CHEAPEST Ask the Frat Men NASHVILLE GAS AND HEATING CO. Mail Crders a THE LARGEST BREAD AND CAKE BAKERIES IN SOUTH No Charge for Boxing or Drayage OUR COFFEES ARE ROASTED FRESH DAILY 4 I """"'I..4arge I H. G. HILL GRGCERY AND BAKING COMPANY THE ELEem1c Cm ENGRAVING Co B UF FALO, N.Y Wt' MADE 7715 ENGRAVXNGS FOR 7'f'!!.S BOOK L J D - x 5 gf: f'.-'Ulff ASI-IVILLES New Million Dollar I-Iotel Fire-proof. Strictly Modern in Every Appointment 250 Rooms 250 Baths EUROPEAN A Each apartment is complete and provided with every facility to meet the wants of our patrons. Centrally and conveniently locate ed to both the wholesale and re- tail districts. Beautiful Dining Room Grill Room and Ball Room R. R. IVIEYER, President I-IOMER WILSON, Mgr. RATEs 52.00 AND UPWARDS St. Bernard C001 FROM MINES DIRECT TO CONSUMER SINCE I87O IAS. R. LOVE, Manager can Main 2441 St. Bernard Mining Co. OFFICE IN ARCADE 'EUIJDEHDEE 'UP EUEHYBDDV' ' Up-to-Date SHOES for JOE P. FULCHER, President R. H. HOWELL. Se t y S. D. FULCHER, Treasurer Fulcher Brick Co. Brick Makers, Contractors and Builders . College Boys OFFICE: YARD: Lebanon Road . 16517 hA ,N h S h I.C.R'l Cl 606 Church St. Phone Mam 70 015521, MZTAHQS7 on on out 5fQ,aK4d,,i,, 851 mm The National Life and Accident Insurance Co. Cash Capital, 3200,000.00 - CORNELIUS A, CRAIG, President T W, RIDLEY WILLS, Vice P 'd t G l C l THOS. J. YNE, Second Vice President d NEWTON H. WHITE, Third Vice P d 12 E, B. CRAIG, Fourth Vice Presid t C. RUNCIE CLEMENTS, Secretary and Treasurer WALTER S. BEARDEN, JR., Asst. Sec'y and Treas. R. E. FORT, M.D., Medical Director NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE Telephone Hemlock 954 Mclnlyre Floral Co. illluriata A Cut Flowers Floral Designs 1502 BROADWAY MEDICAL DEPARTMENT VA DERBILT U IVER ITY Session opens September 16, I9I 5 and closes june 18, 1916 ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS-Completion of four years' I-Iigh School or other equivalent of fourteen Carnegie units, without condition. Seven of these units are required, seven are elective. In addition to the above requirements, all students must have a preliminary year in college. This prelim- inary college year shall include courses in Chemistry, Physics, Biology and German or French. COURSE OF INSTRUCTION-Four years' graded course for degree of IVI.D. Following plans of Council on Medical Education in number of hours assigned to each department. Twelve all-time teachers employed on fundamental branches. CLINICAL FACILITIES-City I-Iospital, 175 beds and large outdoor department, Vanderbilt I-Iospital, 70 beds with 10,000 dispensary cases treated annually. Galloway Memorial Hospital is in course of construction, and will provide for our exclusive control 100 charity beds. This hospital is on the campus. BUILDINGS, LABORATORIES, ETC.-The recent purchase of the Peabody Campus, with its sixteen acres in the heart of the city, gives us one of the best and largest campuses in America for medical purposes. The buildings have all been remodeled and facilities are unsurpassed. Large and commodious laboratories, well lighted and ventilated, for Bacteriology, Chemistry, Physiology, Embry- ology, Anatomy, etc. Mr. Andrew Carnegie has recently given to the Medical Department of Vanderbilt University one million dollars. Two hundred thousand dollars of this is to be used in the erection and equipment of laboratories. Eight hundred thousand dollars is for permanent endowment. Vanderbilt is a member of the Association of American Medical Colleges, and is rated in Class A by the Council on Medical Education of the A. M. A. FOR CATALOGUE AND FURTHER INFORMATION ADDRESS L. E. BURCI-I, M. D., F. A. C. S., Dean EVE BUILDING NASHVILLE, TENN. EVERYBODY TELLS EVEYBODY BUTTER-KRUST BREAD 1- IS BEST? IT'S MADE WITH MILK, NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE MILK CAN LABEL NASHVILLE'S MOST POPULAR MOTION PICTURE THEATER THE CRYSTAL BEST BY NINE YEARS TEST W. I'I. WASSMAN, Manager The Man Who Made the Nickel Famous 1 HILARY E. HOWSE H. KAI HOWSE Howirse Brothers FURNITURE, STOVES CARPETS ADWAY 105-107-109 QU Fine Silks and Satins QU Silk Hoseifl to57'50pair QU Rich Dress Goods BEST QUALITY ONLY THOMPSOND 8: CO. You're Going to Lose a Golden .e UV V ll ll' wurfjnu' L L-l-Uhflilllil l ' , 4 it 'll it X W , N, il N l X x , i f.:. l - 1 x O L iw if . w yi ill ' ' HM , Y will W qw I LN ll l l, V' l . I il-lil ren t - Wl gy, gym wlll Jf l 1 l vlfl ll M A Wall l. ll ll lle l lllfll l I 'A El i"u', Q ltjl " 'slr W lk ,.- if H A I l ll il All lil , lm 7 A ll: l QU' 'L 1 Xlxl ,ff , il L ln N le ll 1 l ll r N I Upportunity unless you come in here and look at our showing of spring ancl sum- mer fabrics. You'll agree with us theyire the best youive ever seen. The beautiful summer patterns ancl moclels are attractive and gratifying. OUR PRICES ARE NOT PROHIBITIVE .l. B. WATSON, Tailor 714 Church Slreet Tulane Hotel Bldg. Nashville, Tenn- Do You Want Pure Milk and Butter for Your Table? a n CALL THE NASHVILLE PURE MILK COMPANY HEMLOCK 304 15th and BROADWAY The only place in Nashville furnishing Perfectly Pasteurized Milk and Cream THE Vanclerbilt nion Writing Room Magazines Games Place to Spend Y-OUT HOLIFS "JOIN US COLl,EGERS" Compliments of W1 R. COLE


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