Vanderbilt University - Commodore Yearbook (Nashville, TN)

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'ialgcf f 'UC , 'W 'LW Q 5 . gl . gs ' Y- sf V- -3:,"1'5-75 Deed Qcautziam sl if ff. , l K se? lr - Sw jf! s hx -.Sf 1 Q40 " f f bfi" Xl J XS ft' X Wx f XlX - E7 ' W SX- ,XX X Q to sxw ff! X, XWX, If XX fa' Y , , ,, 'N N S sry C5511 11 1 an cl it 5 X., fi e C oo 0 e lame fx. Qmss, fir if TQ, ca ,E XVIX - ff . X, X 1 ,7 f XX X l f 1- :X XXX and li X vs ii Wie ' ' fig' L Sw-ff1fXff,n C650 6571056 'lcdlxo Wave eibffade it Tosszlnle ,ss QS' .yr ' X - fl ' L' Lw e u . . 'N N The dedication of The Commodore of 1926 to the School of Med- XTQX 6 Li! Q -,Al ieine of Vanderbilt Unifversity and to those who have made it ossible f' ' - 8,1 k . . . P sy X ? 1' - is a recognition of the importance of medical trazning zn modern O xX WI.,-,JD kj . . . . . X . . X1 ,L 31 ,-" X society and zn unzfuersity life.. In this ,held of study fwe jind a union -X' ,QXXJ Xflmlllx both of theoretical and practzcal science. Those 'who hafue a desire fy"1XM to engage in theoretical study and in-vestigation ind the opportunity X, XX We so to do in the medical laboratories of today, fwhere Chemistry, Physics, ffi dbg' and Biology unite to sol-ve some of the most imjmortant problems engag- ,dx kfX X. ,X A ing the attention of man. Others find in medical study an opportunity 3555 , wif X Llg for serfuice to humanity, than 'which there is no higher or more useful 'iff' 0 s form of serfoiee. The appeal of medical studies is, under present ron- ditions, only to students of the highest attainments. Is is a long and hard road they are in-vited to trafvel. The list of those :who hafve made possible the present School of Medicirze of Vanderbilt Unifuersity fwould be a long one. It is swell that the language of the dedication does not seek to specify. It in- XGQXX I ,ff cludes jirst of all the philanthropic boards that halve contributed so T Vyll 11X XJ, , . J -ff, X , gg largely to the material equipment and to the endofwznent of the School Q C' , I Q XX. A N of Medieine. It includes also a long list of faithful teachers, fwho hafve -A K ' ff Km- XQ built up this department during the last half century. It includes also 2.4, 3 'X a large number of students who by excellent :work in college and by O eminent attainments as alumni have established a reputation for the A ff' iqx X T School of llledicine both far and near. 'lx V Q 19 an ,,,, fi X This great host of friends fwill :welcome the present issue of The X6 Commodore, and fwill see in the great dervelopment of the School of ,X 2 X ' Xi X, .'X3"' Medicine Df today the fltlfl-ll77Lt?IZf of their dreams and the realization JW ' C Qllzlixw X' .QV XX of their hopes. X- -1' qw S2 . KSignedj Chancellor James H. Kirkland. ,MX af! X fx- s QR M . If f' GJ X .ff by Q O 9 ,OL . ,O, 9 M, 1-. T Y ' N 5 'EX :J X e- M 9 X wal ,,f 9 , X ga O K K X X I 6 1 , A ' , . . gf 1 ..X. 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Qircmofzzy 'J g f' 15 'Professor of Givil Engineering rl my i-X X XX Tied e9fCay 85 1925 H 1 , l' L-'Z K 3 f gc, 5 'rifi 5 2 , '55 Q7 - 2 Qyfnnter Terry - J 1 M U X I A-H "f 1 , ff 'al '21, Kifli HVQQS F n junior Glass 1 1 fDied Qctolber 22-, 1925 q - . 1 ' i Xxx F X ii d X , I J 33 5 'william Edward Cdeujfmdnd 9 - Q9 9 2 Wiixl ' 'Ln 0 l W A junior Glass O ii fDied e7?fCarcl1 5, 1926 X LR Ta 1. 1 . A ' K , , Q james 'lcllillces Tolrlces 5 QXK! x my ,Senior Glass Two eff flli fi 1 fDied Tecember 27, 1925 N15 "T", ,l Cs X Rl? 1 1 ji D li ll ff, l r ' f ' AX QXWD 1 1 f 5,531 ' -'ffl' ,X P x A " w 1 A l5T?i? Qlkf7nO ir Nwwlkwildofwal? sw .iifirgyn'W4fi,,,,,,, Ng ll 7-fj be l 1 fclloef H' Awnnnf rio ,fQQ2 bed 62,17 ' 1' X -I" I, K l ' " ' ,lf X f 1' ni rr f4rffvvlqlsf1gqHll 0 X 1 ,. J ,i fAM bL j i? Q lllmga 'Nix X f W A X V30 6 K? Y . 45 , N ll 'K fn- , V- ..., - 1 ' X li? 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From its very beginning this new institution took a place of leadership among southern schools and was the peer of many of the older universities of the North. This position of leadership was due to its large cash endowment and to the vision of its founders. With this endowment, the best scholars and teachers of the country were brought to Nashville, this splendid faculty drew to the new school the highest type of student life, and among these students could be developed the finest ideals of scholar- ship, of honor, and of character. These alumni went out to all parts of the South and to the ends of the earth, carrying with them the traditions of Vanderbilt and sending back to their Alma Mater' the young men of their various communities. The result was inevitable-Vanderbilt has grown from one building to nearly a scoreg from a faculty of scarcely 20 men to its present two hundred and more, from a student body of 300 to 1,5003 and its history during the past Hfty years under the leadership of Chancellor Garland and Chancellor Kirkland forms one of the most inspiring chapters in educa- tional development. It was highly fitting, therefore, that some worthy celebration should be held in honor of this half century of achievement. Q THE PLANS Three years ahead ofthe Semi-Centennial Year, plans were laid for this event. The Chancellor called on the Faculty, the Board of Trust, and the friends of the institution to join with him in mak- ing the occasion a "golden anniversary" in the intellectual life of the South. Committees were ap- pointed to formulate the program and secure speakers, to send out invitations to sister institutions in all parts of the world, to make all arrangements, locally, for the reception of our guests and to see that no detail was overlooked which would insure the success of the celebration. Through the "Vanderbilt Alumnus," and the public pressg through letters and announcements sent to graduates and former studentsg through meetings of Alumni in all parts of the country, and in a radio address given by the Chancellor the message was sent to all Vanderbilt sons and daughters, telling them to come home for this glad occasion. So well were the plans laid, so emcient was the work of the committees, and so perfect was the carrying out of the whole program that our speakers and delegates pronounced this affair the most delightful one they had ever attended. ' ' THE PROGRAM A study of the program of speeches reveals a rare combination of theory and practiceg of progress and conservationg of the sciences and the humanities. "EducationH was the general theme running through all the sessions and nearly every phase of the topic was handled by accepted masters in their respective fields. Higher Education in the South With the major part played by Vanderbilt in these past fifty yearsg the eternal conflict between the practical and the cultural view of education with some of the problems that arise in dealing with studentsg the new conception of medical trainingg the part that education plays in making democrary safe for the worldg the value of our universities in training leaders for world service and some of the outstanding problems that have arisen in the administration of large modern institutions of learningg and the part that the press must have in making known to all the world the secrets revealed by research and investigation in our seminars and laboratories. There was not a topic or a speaker which did not command the attention of all delegates, alumni and citizens who could attend this intellectual feast of good things. In addition to this program of discussion, there was a pageant given under the auspices of the Alumnae Association to illustrate education among the nations from the earliest times to the present day. There was the academic procession from the State Capitol to the State Memorial building, a living pageant of color and dignity, which was followed by the presentation of the three hundred delegates to the Chancellorg there was the dedication of the wonderful Medical Buildings in which the most eminent men of this profession took partg there was the dedication of the new Alumni Memorial Build- ing by distinguished Alumni, by Major-General Bullard and the French Ambassador, Emil Daeschnerg and on the final day, the dedication of the Neely Memorial Chapel with an overliowing audience to hear the universal message spoken by Dr. Cadman. Not the least on the program was the reunion of the Alumni which was scheduled for all three days but reached its culmination on Saturday morning. Every class was represented from the foundation N W if ., . :'i?'-1 . of the University to the present time and in nearly all departments for these many years. Meri met for the first time since their graduation many decades backg and among them were the most distin- guished names in all Walks of modern life. These alumni are a living proof of Vanderbilt's contribu- tion to the making of America. After the luncheon in their honor, a procession was formed beginning with the class of '75, which moved down West End Avenue to the new Stadium Where Vanderbiltls football team lived up to its traditions of leadership in hard, clean, Winning sport. THE PERSONAGES It is an unquestioned fact that the greatness Of any event may be measured by the persons who take part therein. judged by this standard, the recent Semi-Centennial takes first rank among all the educational meetings ever held in the South and is hardly surpassed by any meeting ever held in the United States. Une hundred college presidents came to pay their tribute of respect to Chancellor Kirkland and to the institution over Which he has presided some thirty-three years. The executive heads of great educational boards Were here to join in this tribute and to help make the program completeg delegates from 300 schools and learned societies in different parts of the globe lent their presence to the colorful ceremonies of Friday, October 16, at the State Memo1'ial Building. About five hun- dred of the 15,000 Alumni came back to renew the olden days and among them were prominent dig- nitaries in church and state. It is an inspiring memory to look back over the record of those three days in mid-October and simply read the names of those present. Any one of a full dozen names would have lent dignity to the usual Semi-Centennial exercises. But to have a whole galaxy made up of stars of the first magnitude in the intellectual world was a matter of astonishment to all who attended the celebration. And just as Wonderful is the fact that every speaker met his engagement and every event took place exactly as scheduled many months before. Since the entire list of speakers can not be given here, it is Well to mention some of the distinguished persons who had a place on the program: g, E 5 '3 i , 5. President Henry S. Pritchett of the Carnegie Founda- tiong President George Vincent of the Rockefeller Foundationg Dr. Simon Flexner of the Rockefeller Instituteg Mr. Abraham Flexner of New Yorkg Presi- dent Angell of Yale Universityg Sir Robert Falconer of the University of Torontog Mr. Justice McReynolds of the United States Supreme Courtg Major-General Bullard of the United States Armyg Ambassador Emil Daeschner of Franceg Hon. John Tigert, United States Commissioner of Educationg Dean Clark of the University of Illinois 3 Professor Paul Shorey of Chicagog Dr. William Welch of Johns Hopkins Universityg Mr. Albert Shaw of the Review of Reviews and Mr. John H. Finley of the New York Timesg S. Parkes Cadman, eminent Divine of New Yorkg and members of the Vander- bilt Board of Trust, nearly all of whom attended the exercises and met during those days in important ses- sions to consider the best interests of Vanderbilt. THE RESULTS "The most significant event in the intellectual life of the South" is bound to have its good results. Van- derbilt University Was mentioned in Chancellor Jas. H. Kirk- land and Gov. Austin Peay leading the academic pro- cession clown the steps of the Tennessee state capitol. They are fol- lowed by Mr. Albert Shaw, editor of the "Review of Reviews," and Mr. White- f 0 o r d Cole, president of the Board of Trust. news articles and editorials in all parts of the countryg congratulations came in fromfhundreds of admirers of our Chancellor and of the policies that have been in force during these fifty yearsg letters of praise came back from our visitors and speakers who declared it the best celebration of this kind they ever attendedg alumni and friends of Vanderbilt were strengthened in their lover and loyalty for the institutiong and the marvelous success of the program has greatly encouraged the Faculty, the Board. and Trust, and Chancellor Kirk- A view of the parade of brilliantly gowned faculty members and delegates march- ing down the capitol steps on their way to the Tennessee VVar Memorial, where special services were held. Alumni Me- morial H all, e 1' e c t e d in rn e m o 1' y of the forty-four Vanderbilt Alumni w h 0 lost their lives in the Wo1'ld War. As part of the Semi- C e n ti e n n ial program, this beautiful and useful build- was dedicated by C h a. r l e s Cason. land to attempt some larger plans for the future. Within a few weeks these plans took definite forrn in the announcement of a campaign for a "Greater Vanderbilt." Four millions were to be raised for the Academic Department to build new buildings, to en- large and strengthen the faculty, to add new equipment and better facilitiesg in short, to place the Academic Department of Vanderbilt once more in the fore-front of institutions of learning in point of endowment, of fculty, of equipment and all things that go to make Distinguished delegates from foreign universities marching' in the procession. In the left foreground may be seen the Japanese delegates. a great university. Such a move on the part of the Chancellor was a challenge to every friend of higher education in America. After thirty-three laborious years at the head of Vanderbilt, after a celebration in which Vanderbilt had taken on heroic proportions in the eyes of the worldg and at an age when most men are withdrawing from active service, he has taken the lead in the hardest fight that the University has yet undertaken for the raising of adequate funds to keep the heart of the University strong and active. The inspiring figure of the Chancellor in this movement is a call that every alumnus of Vanderbilt shall do his full duty in working and giving for the benefit of this campaign. The Medical Department must not live by transfusion of blood from other bodies -the heart of Vanderbilt must be large enough and powerful enough to create its own supply of fresh stu- dent life in its various departmentsg and this means a greatly enlarged Academic Department. President VVhitefoord Cole was widely quoted when he said that Vanderbilt stands not for religion alone, not for science alone, but for science and religion working hand in hand. The Chan- cellor's statement that the answer to ,4- Uct 17h 3. . Group of old-timers eating lunch in the shadow of Kissam Hall. 2. Tennessee attempts a forward pass. 3. Mr. Justice McReY- s. rhairman of the morning program. 4. Charles Cason, who dedicated Alumni Memorial Hall. 5. The captains and oflicials, iossee game. 6. Two of the three members of the Class of 1875. 7. Dr. Mims and a group of alumni. 8. M. Emile Daeschner, ich ainbassador, and Mrs. Harding. 9. The Class of '75 leading tho alumni parade to the stadium. 10. 350 delegates assembled at the 1. C. A. as the guests of the University and the Nashville Vo.nderbil1. Club. 11. Groups of alumni in front of Neely Auditorium. .V-rm . 1925 iw- .....,, 5 -fm - eff1'Va.e- . ,..,,,,.,,.u.,,. gg Je f . 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Dayton is more laboratories and more research at Van- derbilt has been applauded by the thinkers of a nation. And now comes the opportunity to bring these sayings to pass. lf in addition to the many other good results of the Semi-Centennial there shall come a 'renaissance of the Academic Department which shall restore the supremacy of Vanderbilt in scholarship, in research, and in the 1'ight,for intellectual freedom here in the South-this celebration will prove to have been a most signal achievement. MILLIONS FOR VANDERBILT The year 1926 will always be a notable one in the history of Vanderbilt, because of the initiation of a great project on the part of the University to increase its funds for buildings and endowment purposes. For a number of years it has been apparent that the College of Arts and Science has been falling back in its material resources. Buildings are old and inade- quate, professors are under paid and insufficient in number. The alumni who came back to the campus for the Semi-Centennial in October, 1925, felt that steps should be taken at once to give the department a firmer financial footing. There seemed to be danger that the professional schools would outstrip the aca- demic department to the extent that Vanderbilt would lose its character as a University, which must have as its foundation the liberal arts college. The alumni urged the board of trust to action, and in the fall of 1925 announcement was made that Van- derbilt would seek to obtain 54,000,000 in a nation- wide canvass of alumni and friends. Of this amount, 31,050,000 was designated for the erection of three university halls, in which the social sciences, biology, and geology and physics, respectively, will be taught. As endowment for the mainte- nance of these three buildings, fE450,000 was designated. Increase in salaries will require S,500,000g new professorships, SI,OO0,000j .development of libraries, S50o,0003 phys- ical education program to touch all students, S200,000j and for the development of the Engineering School, 5,S300,000. RAND MADE CHAIRMAN A campaign for 54,000,000 is a big un- dertaking. It demands the loyalty and en- thusiasm of all students, alumni and friends. It is, in a true sense, a test of the Univer- sity's constituency. It is a time when ac- tions speak, rather than words. Vanderbilt knows better than ever today who its friends are. ' The first step in the campaign was the appoint- ment and acceptance of Frank C. Rand, ,98, as chair- man for the entire work. Because of his genuine in- terest in Vanderbilt, and his eminence in the business world, Mr. Rand is especially fitted for the responsible position. Immediately he undertook the organization of the alumni of the University, who number about I0,000. The country was divided into twenty-six divisions, and a man was placed at the head of each West entrance to Memorial Hall. division. This division chairman in turn appointed district and local chairmen, with the objective of a chairman for ev- ery ten alumni. The city of Nashville was a special division, with P. W. Brown, 396, at the head. Here an army of about four hundred citizens was formed to make a thorough canvass of the city. STUDENTS FIRST To PLEDGE First to take the field in active so- licitation were the student body and the faculty. They were to set the pace for the entire country, to show alumni and others that those closest to the institu- iton appreciated its needs and merits. With a characteristic lack of ostentation and an entire absence of hysterics, the students did their part thoroughly. Never before had it been dreamed that the students could or would pledge such an amount as they did. It was not as much as some had hoped for in this huge money-raising under- taking, but it was vastly more than the students had ever been asked to do before, and everyone was grati- fied with the results. The totals showed that the stu- dents pledged S64,895. The faculty gave 5,'E2O,295. Thus the total for the campus was 585,820 The Names of the Forty-four Distinguished delegates marching in the procession from the State Capitol to the Tennessee War Memorial. This contribution represents IOO per cent subscrip- tion from the undergraduates and faculty of the aca- demic college and engineering school, it represents a fairly high percentage from the four professional schools of Religion, Law, Mediciiie, and Dentistry. GIBSON WAS CHAIRMAN Everett Gibson headed the student organization for the campus campaign. His chairmen in the College of Arts and Science were Ken Bryan, Jesse Keene, Bill Spears, and Bill Sims, in the School of Engineering, Bill Lawson, lVlarnet Wheeler, Vann Norred, and Richard Skipwithg in the College of Law, H. S. Gen- try, St. Clair Hultsman, and George F. McCanless3 in the School of Mediciiie, W. A. Garrett, and in the School of Dentistry, John L. Scales. Robbie Allison was chairman for the women's or- ganization, and has assisting her two captains from each class. Elizabeth Harriss had the sororities in charge. Jug Smith organized fraternity pledges. Herbert Armstrong had charge of posters and Perry Teague of publicity. Dean C. M. Sarratt was faculty director of the men's student campaign, and Dean Ada Bell Stapleton of the women's. Dr. George R. Mayfield ,had in charge the faculty organization for contribu- tions. ' NASHVILLE RAISES HALF MILLION Following the student campaign, the Nashville city campaign opened on April 12. The quota was set at S400,000, but when the final meeting was held the total was iS4I9,963. Thus, when the campus is in- cluded, over half a million was obtained for the fund in the city of Nashville. Never before has S400,000 been raised in Nashville for any single purpose. The people of Nashville responded generously, and indi- cated that they have appreciation for the University and confidence in its future, Edgar M. Foster did an effective piece of work as chairman of the special gifts committee, which raised more than half of the money. The Women's division, under Mrs. John R. Aust, also did an unusually fine piece ofwork. A factor of great importance during the campaign was the liberal sup- port given by the Naslwille Banner and The Nash-ville Tennessean. Before solicitation began among alumni in all parts of the country, gifts totaling 51,000,000 were an- nounced. The largest of these gifts was a subsidy of 355oo,ooo from the General Education Board of New York City, matching an equal amount obtained from other sources. Makiiig up the EE5oo,ooo thus matched was a gift of fIO0,000 from M1'. Rand, 325,000 from Whitefoord R. Cole, campus pledges, special gifts in Nashville, and gifts from members of the board of trust. At the time this article is written the fund has risen to a million and a quarter. Solicitation is going on among alumni, whe1'ever they live 3 'people with means are being approached with a view toiinteresting them in Vanderbilt. There is every indication that Vanderbilt will eventually obtain its S4,000,000, and the buildings and endowment it so sorely. needs. . VANDERBILT LIFE FILIVIED Among the pieces of work with which the students helped during the progress of the campaign was the making of a motion picture, f'Buck Greene of Van- derbilt." This one-reel movie is now a part of the per- manent records of the University, showing better than awritten record what the Vanderbilt of 1926 wasililce. The immediate purpose of the film was to. interest alumni in the Vanderbiltof today. It has been shown so far in about a hundred different cities, andiwith decided success. The stars are "Nig,' Waller' and Jean McKeand, and we have no doubt that when these veterans return in 1976 to attend the reunion of the Class of 1926, they'will find the showing of "Buck Greene of Vanderbiltl' by far the most exhilarating part of the program. As a last word, let it be said that the students played an honest, effective part in launching the biggest finan- cial project ever undertaken by Vanderbilt University. J Y x 'I lg-110 . .. .-.I,:,, 1.2 ' . i., '4 H . 1 1, , T3 '. 5 X-1-Nik. . .aa A ,. - R ' 5f:.f,"i- 1 411, 1, .' r ' " ' A '- 1.71" ' 11 ' 'Ji' '. , ' - ' x., A .f -, 7351- ,7WT7"?' 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Little Rock, Ark. fin I CANDIDATE FOR M.A. li I B.A. from Millsaps College. l . WILLIAM MARTIN BATTON ..... El Reno, Okla. Q I CANDIDATE FOR B.D. B.A. Texas Christian Universityg M.A. Vanderbilt University. I JULIA ANNE BISHOP ....... Abilene, Texas l 5 CANDIDATE FOR M.A. l B.A. from Abilene cnristiari College. Il. Q RUTH I. CLINE . . ..... VVeyWe'S Cave, Va. ' i ' - CANDIDATE FOR M.A. i ,L ' B.A. from Bridgewater College. Y It 1 ' O ' THELMA COLLINS ......... Caddo, Texas V CANDIDATE EOR M.s. B.A. Texas Christian University. WATSON MARVIN COOK ..... Nashville, Tenn. KID K 2 CANDIDATE FOR E.D. LI ' B.A. from Vanderbilt University. ' l . ,I ' LEONARD S. COTTRELL, JR. ..... Richmond, Va. ' CANDIDATE FOR M.A. X B.S. from Virginia Polytechnic Institute: Student 0 IN Council, '24-'25, '25-'26g President Graduate Class, I., I '25-'26, ,I I , lil I , , HI MRS. NELLE FORSEE . .... .Nashville If , CANDIDATE EOR M.A. ,l L B.S. from Peabody College. i 1 ' HILL, 3 LLL.-A A W.. 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A .Ewa kr :ijt IVF, .,., W, ,W ,Y 3 O L., H 30 1 ' 'QQ JULIA POWELL . .... . . . .Dallas, Texas qw B K I 'Q CANDIDATE FOR M.A. B.A. from Vanderbilt University. ,. I JOHN A. PRITCHETT . . . . . . Nashville, Tenn. 5 CANDIDATE FOR M.A. 5 B.A. from University of Tennessee. 6 , T' D .. fl e-Q- --A if.. 3 QQ-L., 'TT j . ,sgiiiarasas .MMC ,D 'I Elf' ll: Xllggigjiml ' N 'J ,f J, 5555555 1'H5:fisN illlli YF vw IQ., Q--Si" SSD" RQ. 15 X ll Li? all LELAND S. SEDBERRY ...... Lewisburg, Tenn. V E N CANDIDATE FOR B.D. B.A. from Vanderbilt University. THOMAS J. SHEPARD ...... Fort Valley, Ga. CANDIDATE FOR M.A., B.D. B.A. from Transylvania College. JENNIE E. SMITH . . A ...... Cowpens, S. C. CANDIDATE FOR M.A. B.A. from Columbia University. I- , LAWRENCE A. SMITH ...... Cambridge, Md. T? CANDIDATE FOR B.D. B.S. from Peabody College. l ' F. F. THOMPSON ......... Deport, Texas CANDIDATE FOR M.A. B.S. from Peabody College. CARLOS E. WARD ...... . . Galax, Va. K Q K CANDIDATE FOR M.A. B.A. from Emory and Henry, Glee Club, '25-'26. JOHNA F. WADDELL ...... Wakefield, Ohio CANDIDATE FOR M.S. B.A. from Ohio University. U I THOMAS M. WOODARD ..... Springfield, Tenn. CANDIDATE FOR M.S. B.S. from Vanderbilt University. WRJW NA SW E 5XXX Q 5 5 . I Q. I 5 E2 S W ff' C, fig- 55 lllli i5lilal55 S 5 UL 0 xx 7X ' 1 QOH. 14 , ' Q fvm QU' XI if Q ::fgfE??gglQ Nl 5 2 ll fl M S - A . , ,Si NS ll I , ,555ll'555lHfl95l.,l Vlftgf 5' .h 5.5 l Ql I 5 5 Pftll All S 5 5 I I I 5 N 55 lxllllliflr l , 555555'l555555' ,155 ll , gf f , frl IW5wwwgIwwWwwQ,l f +4a I 5 . -2 -I "" u':.".' .-IH' I Iw i -' ' f ' 5 I.wwSwymwn5rf5 ' D IHH55 XQ.yWWMWQmWM T l I f0 5+ 0 K v EVERETT GIBSON . KENNETH BRYAN . EVELYN -IARRELL . LEONARD KIRKES . VVATRINS CROCKETT . LAIRD SMITH . . W. A. LAWSON . R. W. CORE . . BERNARD BETTY . A. F. JOHNS, R. M. F. H. COLLETTE . W. H. ROWAN . . HOWARD S. GENTRY JONAS COVERDALE . GUY FULK. . . W. A. THOMAS . VV. B. DEARING . GEORGE D. BOONE YOEHLEE GRAVES . GEORGE B. MOORE SAUNDERS MURRAY GORDON GOODALL . W. A. GARROTT . JOHN L. SCALES . H. E. SCHULZE . H. O. JOHNSON . S. V. PECORA . Gfficers of the Senior Classes GRIFFIN SENIOR ACADEMIC SENIOR ENGINEERING SENIOR LAW SENIOR MEDICAL SENIOR DENTAL . . . President . . . . Vice-President . . . Secretary-Treasurer . Student Activities Board . Chairman Infuitation Committee . . . Honor Committee . . . President . . . Vice-President . . Secretary-Treasurer . . . Honor Committee Commodore Representative . . . . Sergeant-at-Arms . . . . . President . . . . Vife-President . . Secretary-Treasurer . . . . Sergeant-at-Arms Commodore Representative . . . President . . . . Vice-President . . . Secretary-Treasurer . Student Activities Board Commodore Representative . President Student Body . . . President . . . . . Vice-President . . . Secretary-Treasurer Commodore Representative rg, -f D Of' ' 'M " "Til fl CZli'L.1g..gj:Q... ' 4 TJ- C3 KT?f f---efr"":-113,43 qui: '-,msg-I I SCIIIOI' Class ' f ROIIBIE OLIVIA ALLISON .... Nashville, Tenn. A 0 1'I, fr B K 1 '3 CANDIDATE FOR B.A. N , Sophomore Honor Roll: Student Council, '24-'25, President of X A 6 Student Council- '25-'26, Lotos Eaters, '23-'2-I. N JESSE LEE BAILEY ........ Raleigh, N. C. V CANDIDATE FOR B.A. I 3 Pre-Medical Clubg Philosophic Literary Society. . N . WILLIAM L. BERKLEY . .... Red Banks, Miss. CANDIDATE FOR B.A. I CANDIDATE FOR B.S. IN COMMERCE 1 6 - , R LOUIS W. BRANNAN ......A . . Mobile, Ala. . l CANDIDATE FOR II.A. l I' H 1' Philosophic Literary Society ALICE BRIGGS ....... . . Lake Wales, Fla. l I' qi B, X A if CANDIDATE FOR B.A. , ' KENNETH M. BRYAN .... Johnson City, Tenn. I ' A Q K A' I CANDIDATE FOR E.A. ' l U Vice-President Freshman Class: President Sophomore Class, ' O Vice-President Senior Class: Student Council, '24-'25, '25-'26, -N Freshman Football: Freshman Basketball 5 Freshman Track, Q . Varsity Football, '23-'24-'25g Vars-ity Track, '24-'25-'26, Owl I 'll Club, '24, Commodore Club, '25-'26. I, i HERMAN FRANKLIN BURNS . . Nashville, Tenn. , A I ., CANDIDATE FOR B.A. - f I - - el Sophomore Honor Roll, '2-1. 7 A i - ' U fr 2 . .A Xorg? fel . C., f f x N gifs, f . f' If" '.', E I -l 'EWQWI l rfALll5lx23MllllfW5W?" la G l li K' III I fl Ii it lg llill'llIiii.,i,II95IIlIiILll4ll lliiiillll I 0 ' llllllllsxfzlliilll.illllminllx'tml.lI.llIIia,IIflIi,eQMSI SEAWALL BRANDAU . ..... Nashville, Tenn. 5 EAE,AZ1'I I I fi. rio '-'D .I qj. 47 , '- 'T-1 A TT, I fp Q C4 "H, ,,jgg35g,' ---- ' in Q tw .' 1: Q e- ! . I ' SSHIOI' Class i . NEIL ITIASTINGS CARGILE .... Arlcadelphia, Ark. ly - Q E A E I -CANDIDATE EOR B.A. l Captain Freshman Football, '23, Owl Club: President Commo- A- clore Club: Varsity Football '24-'25, Triangle and Transit Club. SHELBEY CHADWVICK ..... Birmingham, Ala. K A 9 CANDIDATE FOR B.A. Co'Eclitors, '22-'23-'24g Girls' Student Council, '23-'24-'25, Stunt Night Committee, '25, Girls' Honor Committee, '23-'24, Sopho- more Honor Roll: Y. XV. Cabinet '23-'24, Vice-President Y. W. '24-'25, Scribblers, '24-'25. CHARLES P. COCHRAN . .... Nashville, Tenn. . fl: B K CANDIDATE FOR B.A. Freshman Math Prize, '22-'23, Sophomore Honor Roll, Senior Honor' Roll. LOUIS CONTOS ........, Nashville, Tenn. CANDIDATE FOR B.A. Pan-Hellenic Council, '25-'26, BILLIE COOKE .......... Nashville, Tenn. E T 2 SARA SUMMERS COX ..... Madisonville, Ky. A A A, X A sb l CANDIDATE FOR B.A. 'L chi Delta Phi, '25, '25-'26, O V' I CATHERYNE CRAIG ........ Ripley, Tenn. A 0 H Three Arts Club, '24-'25-'26, Lotus Eaters, '23-'24. MARTHA CROCKETT ...... Nashville, Tenn. I K A 9 3 CANDIDATE FOR B.A. ll"T3.i4,,,,q,Y 'Q : '13 Qc A T, ,-,A,1w,-::ugY- -jg Qv f ll 1 ' JF" . ' . gf, N f o! ,E ,A A 1 MJ -I is ' , - " E: hi A ff for ri r AND ,jf ' RN, ss fa A - -v. I as f 4:32 I I I I ef .i- 5 in All is fl? Ni . Ali, I . . ' Ari .if p .. I wiiJn'I-Iivw -1 '.-l"- l"-f-- ' wx 0 11' -sam if-l WN Q4 I ii f liii iii. 'xl' i A '- lil 'I hs-LL? ,l WJ If f A is I ii.fi1i iiii ii- '-i1 , I A lille-elf MMIII Inf l ' l VXI I il-Ll'2ll,ll'3wiu'i ii,,i'I .E -fw':.1+ wif 1 u I QIQ l flap. q,A4-f,::-CU--lWj.I'! X g ,,,, I- ,L ,,,,,lVfl'., I-,W I , ' l itil: I lr A L A - 1 - I Mo 'ii iffmfm Z VW I Ni wiv ,il j ifi ef,-sgisi"Q: 1,Q,Qg4i'T fi, ifiigl cill'iQFl7I?i6l4 ' IJ Qfirlhl I , ,5'fr fi 'l U ' I SHN iii!siil,:iii:i2fI:iilfiiiIiii,ifliil,ie,i,ililiilIsarliiiiiriisilmiiI lliiiia i I I O l I CANDIDATE FOR B.A. U , . rk - --Y 7' O QA, V .J ALLZE. --..g..-,,1.Cla Q '1.e.i.E.."'..-' x1T3ITif.,giLil51 D 5 lT'..,,LlI,1l?.TQlTlIi1:i::- C3 rjjigfjjjjlfgmi l rl ll Senior Class ,I .l I WILLIAM PAUL DISMUKES . . . Nashville, Tenn. LQ B 9 II, 4: B K Q CANDIDATE FOR B.A. ,f' Blue Pencil Club: Hustler Staff: Dramatic Club: Sophomore -1 Honor Roll. I O ' 4 i 'I i ROBERT DOZIER . .... . Nashville, Tenn. li A X A . , I CANDIDATE FOR B.A. , ' l I l . I , CORA LEE DUKE ...... Ashland City, Tenn. 41 B K :L CANDIDATE FOR B.A. ' I Entrance Exam Prize. Li CD ALLEENE ELIZABETH DUNCAN . Nashville, Tenn. I V im .gi K A 9 .. .4 9 CANDIDATE FOR B.A. ' Three Arts Club. PHILLIP RENFRO EASTES .... Nashville, Tenn. A I CANDIDATE FOR B.A. ,Z I J. B. ERWIN ........ Frankewing, Tenn. li CANDIDATE FOR B.A. ' Q MALEITA EVERETT ..... . jackson, Tenn. Q A 0 IT II CANDIDATE Fon B.A. 0 . I D ' Bachelor Maides, '25-'26, ll 1 GEORGE B. EWING .... . Smith's Grove, Ky. 2 X CANDIDATE FOR B.A. ' Sophomore Honor Rollg Skull and Bones Club. 1 fl Q..gfll.., .W -.., ,- Y r'iT'f'Tf""'.L4 l"L'QQfQj!bi I 5? id QQ . K O fgfxkgal xii? J f-feb New if greg gb, , ii A , , , ,,1, FE Ffwxm dgfig KVA 44 , X llillpe, 9 1' . Q33 iljxxfig Wi! ,VM E - J A j W gil Egwff' 3 4 131 K in 'dial "N mf I A 1 of 1 aifmlyfi l ivy life l , fi " 2. 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A T A CANDIDATE FOR B.A. , ,Nemo Club, Owl Club, Pan-Hellenic Council, Assistant Editor, "Commodore," 19265 "Commodore" Representative, Sophomore I Class. J . 4 I G EVERETT B. GIBSON, JR ....., DeWitt, Ark. w , , KID K E 1 I , CANDIDATE FOR B.A. i Freshman Football, Basketball and Track: Student Council, '23- y ' '24, '24-'25, Honor Committee, '23-'24, '24-'25, President, '25-'26, I 3 President of Owl Club, Track, '24, '25, President Student Ac- ' I tivities Board, '25-'26g' Commodore Clubg President Senior Class, Q '25-'26, Business 'Manager, 1926 "Commodore" ' I I GABRIEL HAWKINS GOLDEN . . . El Paso, Texas I I . i ' A Z X, T K A CANDIDATE FOR B.A. Inter-Society Debate, 19243 Inter-Collegiate Forum, 1924-25. JOSEPH MARTIN GOOD, JR. . . . Atlanta, Ga. U e X, X z X O CANDIDATE FOR B.A. ,l MARY HOLMES GREEK . . . . Memphis, Tenn. 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O 'T . ELIZABETH HARRIS . . . . . . . Nashville, Tenn. K A 9, X A :IJ CANDIDATE FOR B.A. Chairman Freshman Girls, Stunt Night Committee, '23, '24, '25, Stunt Night Chairman, '25, Student Council, '23, '241 Co-Editors, '23-'24, "Masquerader" Staff, '24-'257 Secretary-Treasurer, Junior Class, Dramatic Club, '23-'24-'25p Chi Delta Phi, Honor Com- mittee, '23-'24g President Pan-Hellenic Council, '25-'26, Y. NV. C. A. Cabinet, '22-'23-'24-'25. ELIZABETH HAYES . ..... Nashville, Tenn. K A e E, CANDIDATE FOR B.A. I ' Y. W. C. A. Cabinetp Lotos Eaters, ll Q WM. HENRY HOLLINSHEAD . . Nashville, Tenn. li' B K CANDIDATE FOR B.A. Sophomore Honor Rollg Skull and Bones, '23-'24, '24-'25, Vice- President, '25-'26, Glee Club, '25-'26, I, MARY HOOFF . .... . Nashville, Tenn. li A A A CANDIDATE FOR B.A. ' . . J WALTER REYNOLDS HORRELL . . . Cecilia, Ky. Q ' CANDIDATE FOR B.A. ,X ,I Secretary Philosophic Literary Society, '23-'24g "Masquera.der Staff, '24-'25, '25-'26, U C? ARTHUR RAYMOND HURT .... Nashville, Tenn. , M -11 B K I ,I CANDIDATE FOR B.A. WILLIAM T. HUTTON ..... Nashville, Tenn. , CANDIDATE FOR B.A. 5 I Sophomore Honor Roll. -e-A l --of A' ':Z..:' Y ,Q Ii1'j,Y "'f""-l' YYWZEA' SITWQQQFN XJ Q l X- N . gx -A . .Ai AtR,EE O " 7 XXKJ W 'T lf, " 4 Q M A I KX 1 Y -A K if I A. ffwt 'llfw ., eeeeee.A+s I I SEAT I '-'I f f L, ' JW Q1 . fi j f -N' ' 51Q?Tl'- .A,QyfI.iJm:f if . Z X K fm si - w fe- '1 , f x --.-f , - R X 1 -A v I ' 4' -of K.. . ., , U, , W .. ,, ff X X.. ly , L lg llliliw j Q i WzEr.RmAwwNMIIf' s I Uwfwwii i H 0. . l .7lYliiii9lIiiliisnlm iii 1 lfiiwil Illini. I I-Aifrlif ig Mr" mv.- ff, fl-J CD eff'-K J I I ' Senior Clss I EVELYN LUFF JARRELL .... Thomasville, Ga. A A A CANDIDATE FOR B.A. u O Co-Editors, '23, '24, Lotos Eaters, '24, Stunt Night Committee. i '23, '24, Vice-Chairman, Stunt Night, '25, Sophomore Honor Roll, '24, Scribblers, '25, '26, Bachelor Maides, '25, '26, Three Arts, '26, Girls' Student Council, '26, Class Secretary and Treas- urer, '26, Vanderbilt Players, '25, Stage Director, '26. ,BENJAMIN F. JONES, JR ..... Nashville, Tenn. ' E A E CANDIDATE FOR B.A. . I EDGAR JONES . . ...... Nashville, Tenn. K A, fb X CANDIDATE FOR B.A. Freshman Track, Varsity Track, '24-'25, Owl Club. J O rw WALTER EWING JONES . .... Nashville, Tenn. A T A, A E II CANDIDATE FOR B.A. Philosophic Literary Society, 1922-3-4. JAMES CAMPBELL KEY ..... Miami, Florida dv B K CANDIDATE FOR B.S. IN CHEMISTRY LEONARD MCCLAIN KIRKES . . Nashville, Tenn. - 2 X CANDIDATE FOR B.A. Freshman Football, Basketball and Track, Captain Frosh Bas- , ketball, Glee Club, '23-'24, Owl Club, Commodore Club, Varsity B k tb ll '23 '24 '24 '25 Varsit T k S i ' T , Li Q '25, Student Activities Board, President Junior Class, '24-'25, P Editor 1926 "Commodore" as e a, - , - , y rac, wmmxng eam Blue Pencil Club, Skull and Bones Club, Student Council, '24 .EDWARD SAMUEL KLEIN . . . Shreveport, La. Z B T CANDlDA'l'E FOR B.A. I "Masquerader" Staff, '24-'25-'26, Artus Club, '24-'25, John Mar- 1 shall Law Club, '25-'26. , IDDO WILKINSON LAMPTON . . . Nashville, Tenn. ' , A K E CANDIDATE FOR B.A. Owl Clllb, '24-'25. tw ,,A,,A,,mLC, , A-, L,W,,L,,,W,.,,,g X-1-utgi'-? X H..--,ALTA GJ lm?--.-f-:MY+Y Y--.TAQQTQW A . 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X I'il'e-'Il sl, 1341anffm,,'gV'm'gf:55z1 Hill' I 5 gl J TQ :W 'uifl .1', I' , .l, r I :ww -ililiiljllfp ,,m1,,1A1:!f?ill? lk i ki X we at 7 K lx i ,I ' , ' ' ' x vq 'I U l' 5 'R ,ff !'l" ,1, '3 N f 'ffl A, In W Ji. hall: il afflmiirlnmzisialIliium me Immzs ffl L , I O .z XX 'ff ,ff ' f o ff sT's"-- 'T'-'1 o -- ' 'T 'J Q1 ,- E ,,,,, ' 1, .1OCgjg F 'E--V-"1 range, lg, Senior Class GEORGE McCANLEss ..... . .Morriston dw K E CANDIDATE rok B.A. -Blue Pencil Clubg "Hustler" Staff: Owl Club: Vice-President, Junior Class, '2-1-'25. 5 JACK S. MCEACHERN .... WilmiIIgtoII, N. C. fb K XII CANDIDATE FOR E.A. JEAN MCKEAND ....... Nashville, Tenn. A A A CANDIDATE FOR B.A. Secretay and Treasurer Class, '22-'23g Lotus Eaters: Pan- Hellenic Councllg Three Arts Club. RUEL M. MCKINNEY . . . . . Deymott, Ark. A D I O Xia CANDIDATE FOR B.A. "Hustler" Staff, '24-'25. ELSIE MARIE MCPEAK ..... . . Nashville CANDIDATE FOR B.A. JAMES MANEY ....... lviurfreesboro, Tenn. K A CANDIDATE EOR B.A. MARY LEE MARTIN ...... Nashville, Tenn. A E fb CANDIDATE Fon B.A. THOMAS PURYEAR MIMS .... Nashville, Tenn. . 1 Z X , Blue Pencil Club, '22-'23, "Hustler" Staff, '23-'24: Athletic Edi- l, Q tor, '24-'259 "Commodore" Representative, '23-'24, Sophomore ' Honor Roll, Calumet Club. 1, .,., , ,. . . . . . . . GufhMA--fy-A ff T-is-1-If 'QQ ff '15 'TT7' V11 ' - - V' -- ' f-Y" 2' T" - I K-W favs, is N RQ' ,ggfiatqf ' If 1 ,X X x yvjgis fm rv N .Q X ed . WN A PQI Sew far ' KX 'V X ,E f m t Leg fwgi S, .. I rg 4 ff.. I as W , .J - ,. l 0 I I I A A fhgmigff O W ts lilly l I Awilllllilllllll O Y nor 'TJQLY -'Y :QI Y not lf: n ' Senior Class HENRY MORSCHHEIRIER . . . . Parkdale, Ark. A K E CANDIDATE FOR B.A. MAX K. MOULDER ...... Nashville, Tenn. 5 T' CANDIDATE FOR E.A. W l Alchemists Clubg Skull and Bones Club. EDWIN M. MURPHEY, JR ..... Macon, Miss., K A - -CANDIDATE ron E.A. Millsaps College, '22-'23, '23-'24. L. C. NEWMAN ....... Covington, Tenn. 2 A E, fi: X CANDIDATE rox E..A. ' - Skull and Bones Clubg Alchemists Club. 6 WILSON LANDESS N EWMAN . . . Nashville, Tenn. f CANDIDATE ron B.s. ' Dialetic Literary Society, '24-'25, '25-'2G: Reporter, '25-'26g 3 "Hustler" Staff- 24-'zsg Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '25-fzs. WILLIAM R. N Ewsoivr ..... . Dallas, Tex. fb K E H CANDIDATE ron B.A. l JENNIE ELIZABETH NIMMO . . . Nashville, Tenn. , A 2 T E CANDIDATE ron B.A. J 5 Sophomore Honor Roll. O JESSIE BEATRICE NIMMO .... N ashvllle, Tenn. 1 . 2 T 2, -fb B K Q CANDIDATE ron B.A. " - Sophomore Honor Roll: Girls' Student Council, '25-'ZGQ Secretary vw N of Student Council, '25-'26g Phi Beta Kappa.. .. ,,,, ' YJ QC' " V YV ,ir 'Q -,Q F j ' N In Q , - ?,,. fm Q ,- 1 1- ' ' 'r -. ' xilirf fp S' K l X 5 E , . I NJ ' 'S I I ll X W V je.. W2 5.. It A l .. l I 3 he gl If I - - x, W iXiX ,x QL I it ef A iw N234 A xg M' ' lfx S O I 1 ' V 1' . 2 It ' 'ill 'A' fai1g1N'fWfw A'...,.Sil:"a1-i:-.W ifidih ' A Q I L1 'Ty V H Q1 4 1 .f mf., A i,i,l1.iIjmmN1lg"in-Q l 'fd N ' f' I i',lllv1lij1f,!' .,-f"'la.-'f.E:P A,., W I'-21. I " , F Q' 4 I . X1 lA -full".i9 f fs:-21: 'Q-- lf- '- L 1 5.4 5 il O ll f f . -I f, I.-'all' EEF-I-1 -A ,fr A I l if i ! U l Q I l Q' X Il J' 2 'l,,.N"',-: p:f'xj: ' X I ' I s .. ' I ..Il 1 A . O fills il of! his Cl I G1 il X 0 I , III, X MANY! ' Ji' ,,?.-: T o l llllll l l ' l l l "is,-fsgsglgi'-'Q'?i.'.:a?f'f',.I1i7 A l 0 ll' .1 CWT1' W 3- C-... ,JW - --. - W, Y .Q ff, i 'JO' ,, ,-Da0C- - Y .. -,JQ Q 1 Senior Class rl - - I ' . 1 i E J WM. HENRY OLIVER . . . A. . Clarksville, Tenn. K A Q CANDIDATE Fox n.A. I ' Honor C ll 23-'2-lg Glee Club 24 25 I . 6 i rv , ALICE PARSONS ........ Santa Fee, Tenn. 5 X A 45 , CANDIDATE FOR B A 7 Scribblers l FRAY O. PEARSON . . . . N ashville, Tenn. CANDIDATE FOR B.A. L A D V' RICHARD HEFLARE PETTIGREW . Greenfield, Tenn. , , CANDIDATE FDR B.A O LUTENIA PORTER ....... K A L9 CANDIDATE FOR B.A . ELIZABETH POWELL . .... K A A9 CANDIDATE FOR B A T FRANK P. PROVOST, JR ...... . . Clinton, Ky. . Dallas, Texas ' l I 1 Nashville, Tenn. 5 if A 9 'i CANDIDATE FOR B A 412 Fehman F tb 11 '22, 235821112 S phomore Honor Roll, ,SHELBY D. PUCKETTE . . . Nashville, Tenn. , CANDIDATE FOR B.A. Qwr , -:QL , ' ' P 'il - , D N- R ' I ll R , il ix. -4 em W, ,Q ,B 9 A J 1 J lv SW l A , T 'ii' jjjwif in M li .. A. , 4 mwigffl liiiei,Ml.Almf:, ,, , ll alll lv 1.3-,gl . I -1 fEiiff 1g1,l,f55wx3e,E:-a1,fAflilfusgg lim: F Ji "-Q' fil PM l l 'iw nlill' Pr ll . lllil 'Ml f , - fflllllllllllllilmili Hn fafallllmlsizllzliziiellmiilsanisiiill Q lil! M ,Llilll we flfwL5Mnl ll 9? F, ,,,,,, b Y ,M ,-, , ,A I A . , 0 -An ,.. ,L -- .I , ,Kumi iA? 1 4: 4 , W . if ,Oc . H SCDI01' Class LUCIUS LAIVIPTON REID . . . Magnolia, Miss. A K E CANDIDATE FOR B.A. ARTHUR D. REED ..... . Nashville, Tenn. K A ' ' CANDIDATE FOR B.A. HELEN WILSON ROSE . . . . Nashville, Tenn. A A A CANDIDATE FOR B.A. Student Council, '22-'23, '23-'2-ig Pan-Hellenic Council, '24-'25, , '25-'26p Chairman Sophomore Class, '23-'24g Sophomore Honor Rolig President Lotos Eaters Club, '23-'24. EDWARD B. RHEA ...... Hopkinsville, Ky. I CANDIDATE FOR B.A. ' Skull and Bones Club. FREDERICK .N. SHANNON . . . . .Chicago, Ill. 41 K I CANDIDATE FOR B.A. Owl Club, Freshman, Baseball: "Commodore" Representative: Varsity Baseball Squad, '23-'24. WILLIS B. SALMON ...... . Clinton, Ky. CANDIDATE FOR B.A. EUNICE M. SLEMMONS ...... Nashville, Tenn. K A 9 Three Arts Club, '24-'25. THOMAS MILES SHEVNIN .... Alexandria, La. ICI: K E CANDIDATE FOR B.A. Frat Track and Basketball, '24-'26. l . W " .:....,. W' :fs 'rt , -J.-. 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Cabinet: Chairman Junior Class, '24-'25, Student Council, Secretary and Treasurer, Three Arts Club, Chairman O Honor Committee, '25-'26, PY .I GEORGE M. SMITH ..... Fayetteville, Tenn. CANDIDATE FOR B.A. MABEL SIVIITH ........ Nashville, Tenn. CANDIDATE FOR B.A. HENRY LAIRD SMITH .... . Lynnville, Tenn. fb A 9 6 CANDIDATE FOR. B.A. Sergeant-at-Arms, Junior Classy Secretary of Honor Committee. A ,1Ocf-.,,A- - W .gf , H I AAA . ROY SMITH . ....... Chickamauga, Ga. L A CANDIDATE FOR B.A. I VERNON G. SMITHSON .... Hopkinsville, Ky. V CANDIDATE FOR B.A. A , Skull and Bones Clubg Glee Club. ' A A A l BIRDIE FEB SRYGLEY ...... Nashville, Tenn. U O CANDIDATE FOR B.A. P Sophomore Honor Roll. Iii WEBB STALEY ......... Nashville, Tenn. CANDIDATE FOR B.A. "Masquerader" Staffg Art Egltor 'gVtIatsfquerader," '25-'26g "Com- mo ore" a . Q , i L A A r f N 5 ' "' : I3 R- R J V ' A -sl' , X " -N. 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' I JOHN WILEY TEMPLETON . . . Nashville, Tenn. K A CANDIDATE FOR B.A. MARION TILLMAN ...... Greenfield, Tenn. CANDIDATE FOR B.A. Student Activities Board, Debating Team. I WILLIAM ORINSBY TREANOR . Craggie Hope, Tenn. B 9 II CANDIDATE FOR B.A. ANNE RICHARDSON TRICE .... jackson, Tenn. ' A A A CANDIDATE FOR BIA. Co-Eclitorsg Lotos Eatersg Pan-Hellenic Councilg Student Coun- cilg Bachelor Maids. ELLA MAE WALKER .... . Nashville, Tenn. 2 T Z CANDIDATE FOR B.A. NEIL WATSON . ..... Morristown, Tenn. TI K A CANDIDATE FOR B.A. I N'ID:ff..A.3... A. . , , . V, ,,L,w,,,,,ff L W -i...,.,,..I CJ :.,...4..,,,,::1g,,,J ffjx, C A A 'Z T:-, "I Im f7g5 ,.-, Iii- fee ' W ,Ju .4 X "'-f, IX ,I fi XII Q7 5 FGA ,C i-11592, f? S f-1 XX, fm y Il g K QI! K KT L J III, f,4fX II f K my Z .fee-3. I MWF X M PHI X air ga: ix , ,jf 0' QQ jj IT S w ffNNX ll, ,A ' Jr 'L F MDR -, 'D I ll -1 '5 I WI I I . 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Y Q N III I II ,l , , V , 'I II Q IQII I I II I XI II IIQIIX' qL!IJ,Illfrl4iIJ 5I1IIW IIIIIII .2IlIIII,ll:Il,I'IIIl'III'1'III'llIl HIKIHIIHBII UIIIIIIPYII Xi il, I 'AW' 'W I I o ll X X K:fQse g! Dxifzg-',,.,.:'2' rr' O apr , HJC 1 "QM" I' "'4Q:j""gvs-C341 QQ -. ,J "TL f'f'T"51'1T3 I l I SCIIIOI' Class I, R. B. VVILFORD, JR ....... . Barlow, Ky. i1 4 B 49 H I . , 0 CANDIDATE F011 B.A. I i ' Sophomore Honor Roll, Owl Club, '23-'24, Assistant Manager Q l Baseball, '23-'24. 2 l l EMILY IRENE WILLIAMS .... Huntsville, Ala. I ' , A o II, X A 111 E D CANDIDATE FOR B.A. Girls' Student Council. '23-'24, '24-'25: Ser-retary-Treasurer Lotos Eaters, '23-'24: Three Arts Club, '24-'25, '25-'2li: SeI-retaI'y-Treas- urer, Scribblers, '24-'25g Vice-President, '25-'26g Sophomore Honor ' Roll. ELIZABETH MANN WILLS . . . Brownsville, Tenn. 5 A A A fl CANDIDATE FOR B.A. l , Stunt Night Committee: Bachelor Maids, '24-'25, President Scrib- blers, '25-'ZGQ Senior Chairman. JAMES BROADUS WIMPY ..... Pembroke, Ky. CANDIDATE FOR B.A. l KATHERINE YATES . ...... Nashville, Tenn. 1' KID B CANDIDATE FOR B.S. ' Alchemist club. ,fe l 0 Z l I Q--jff37f'f""""?T"l' 'i'TIT'DLJ . f Lt? lr.. K A Q -I frqiisij t AMA IILQQI 0 Offsfw f A ,. CO, L. f-. A- A A A I 5- N XXL ff? I QQ ? x NL wx YQ A 47 l .gt of-lg'5 : l Wg, we bi I, ,gf 'XI Y ff -'x +f"P"" " 4. Xf M , l . A T lfwulaxicy De- I-. .1 ll XI li iw li if 'L ,4"""g I J! f iv! f S J 1,1 , D i I . . ., ll HIVl1ifiii,llf'Ql1Wf'?iiilf5l?if?"iif'Af ., ,. M7 j Wy, ,wifi V' - ' ' if A fx.: as ,MN gy. if fin, ix 5 I fl A l jf llxljjfix ll' 4555? I I Q FT' 5' X if-"iffy.iffifiifkigig'lv' 0 fi llgv W f1ffZf',ffQfi -. 'Fifi I, f .I A f if ,fri f1,5Yii'i,2'3QfC7fi-iff W Q45 ' E . ii Iw h ,NINE Q N' :f. ' 41:5 IMI "HI vig, ' , . I Q-K . nf' MWYJJI-lg'LMj,Igggifglijaigki , L5ii.,..gMQf5Qm,mC. E lla ll iilii l 17' Illlililffiilmiiiigz lllil lily A ',,3flwxif4i' .1'g-'Ts'-rife: '1iifI5f'QufrW'l - IFWRI- Ji' I ' 1Vf?I'fil7'fl l' ' I' lg 1 1 , E ,h r ,,lL'Q!5,Qf3,r?,-.Lf , l'3,El',g5,,N' "V. li A-fcawjl-"j,Q'f' l f I .iqslliiziilfil-fr, gif',...3"'f1?fI'iijwillI ., is I it ' v - Q f, -li fifQlfflif'iQT?j,ylf,,iwlill , l5fiI,3MlgLw ififjii1Ii,l?,gII51Ly13:ii,iqI,l0 ' A M I Iw i. il +I, I -I1-I, I,-I I I A wi fi' f .H li I I u 1 O X . ,fglli iivqi V ii 'ei 'W IL il iii iii II iiiiii I in I 0 I .1 ." ',fff-'Q1nUll...ll.ll, ll l Illllllllffllrflliliwu, llillw wiiiaiililo , 1 'f X if!! , V""" WG' JG 4 K ' Y " r"'f" -nw ,'30.' --'S R 4 O 9 l v ' 1 Senior Class BERNARD BREAST BETTY .... Nashville, Tenn. CANDIDATE FOR B.E. Freshman Track, '23, Treasurer Sophomore Class, '24, A. S. C. E., 34-'25, Secretary Senior Class, '25-265 Senior Honor Roll, A. S. . E., 26. BRENT CLARK ......... Nashville, Tenn. CANDIDATE FOR B.E. FREDERICK HAMILTON COLLETTE . Nashville, Tenn. CANDIDATE FOR B.E. Sophomore Honor Roll: Class Commodore Representative. '23-'24, Class Commodore Representative, '25-'26, Senior Honor Roll. ROBERT W. CORE ....... Greenfield, Ohio i I CANDIDATE FOR B.E. l WATKINS CROCKETT, JR. . . . Nashville, Tenn. KI' A 9 CANDIDATE FOR B.E. Vice-President Freshman Engineering Class: Manager Football, '24, Manager Basketball, '24-'25g President Sophomore Engineer- ing Class: Owl Club: Vice-President Owl Club, Commodore Club, Student Council, '24,- Secretary, '25, Student Union Board, '25, Glee Club, '25, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '24, ' SMITH HARVEY GEE, JR ...... Madison, Tenn. CANDIDATE FOR B.E. Engineering Association ' RICHARD MCCREA GRIFFIN . . . Nashville, Tenn. CANDIDATE FOR B.E. Honor Committee, '26, American Society Civil Engineers, '25-'26, L I I ALBERT R. HOLMAN ...... Nashville, Tenn. CANDIDATE FOR B.E. . N ,.,.. .D 1igL?N E5Q?f5"f4i?L it fi - - ye 'C x R ,I I OI C UR I ea- A x W ' A V . " - "X . ' f- Sigh e - M , vm .. I keg, . I K, 0 QI, 'T 1' ' I 5 K. ' ,Iti 5 - N , Irs RHI' : l ll ' I Uf,f TFWWWWQ5ifW3ffhWWfii iiQX Q I 1' " I 7 A-41 li I 'lliillgii-fiI2fiIII .A..e lull E F - , I .. V I N - W. ,5bli' 't4f.3:,I'rlJ'w'gy,1 ',-,,, .I lr' A - ,, O I 1 ' -I ' U U X l if ' fl I 'I' o I If ll ll ll A V ' il Wm:-WKWMMLEWH .I., ... 0 I l A J 'TRRERMERI I Io I ' X y-F H O C A O C W " W7 -"ill O 6'-"5 f'-9 SCIIIOI' Class THOMAS NI. HOLT ....... Nashville, Tenn. CANDIDATE FOR B.E. .1 0 ANDREW FRANK JOHNS . . . Smyrna, Tenn I 'CI' 2 K cANmnATE Fon B.E. Member Engineering Society of Civil Engineers. '22-'23 at Us T. and 1925 at Vanderbilt: Honor Committee, '25-'26g Junior Re porter for Vanderbilt Engineering paper. l NVILLIAM ANDREW LAWSON . . Memphis, Tenn X iff CANDIDATE FOR B.E. Vice-President Junior Engineering Class, '24-'25g President Sen- for Engineering Class, '25-'26g President Vanderbilt Chapterg A. S. C. E., '24-'25. ' i QC 6 WLLLIAM H. ROWAN ...... Nashville, Tenn. V CANDIDATE FOR B.E. l BERNARD J. SADOFF ...... Nashville, Tenn. CANDIDATE FOR B.E. Member of Vanderbilt Chapter of A. S. C. E. ISADORE SILVER . . . . . . . . Nashville, Tenn A CANDIDATE FOR B.E. . ' Member Vanderbilt Chapter: A. S. C. E.g 'Swimming Team, '25-'26 U O HENRY BLAIR TRIMBLE ..... Nashville, Tenn. R CANDIDATE FOR B.E. 'I AUBREY D. YOUNG ....... Andalusia, Ala. CANDIDATE FOR B.E. Member of Vanderbilt Student Chapter of A. S. C. E. ' ' I of e .... .Q . -ee - f 5 ,V-,Q N tv J D .x . N o - ff -' E Q . . -. Q U ii 5 , O X ' il ll- . Nl -fx I fi X f g Q QX ' 'x Vi- EA A K . -' ' dl i J- -M, ,S X f if .if Z mm L QQ ' N xxxwifglw , lf . :I-T7 I . l. N if if 3 Ulf f' J 'S Y HN sh? iirxln ilfydmff I' xx . ? J J K K C1 l refills", . , ,Illia wil l ' lirwii f 1 ' M. X M "Ill iw ' r ' I Mwlll llillllii I l x i il' lt' Q . 'Wiilli' I il k J Q JL.. ' - ,I 'i 4 ,' i 'MN I' i ' :I i L ila I 'VI lm 'li l jf U mi l I il l O -.xl ilg mli ill Ll I Ss Q I 0 i l I "uw "1 ll . l l l l ll l Q l M ll 0 i ri I I Mimi llllllflwllii Cir O rw l if , hi 'Q' Hwy.:-. 4, -f"-- "'1:T" ' 'f"'i:f::: O 1Ti'if1f:Q-"T'f"'ii71f..': 0 4...-JT----ff 'lv 73 O lf ' . ,ww , I ' SCIIIOI' Class THOMAS FRANKLIN BARNES, JR. . Nashville, Tenn. I CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. Member of John Marshall Law Club: Member of Dialectic Liter- ary Society, '2-L. VVILLIAM B. BEAUCHAMP, JR. . . Nashville, Tenn. A T SZ, lib A A ' ' CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. ' ' l ' 7 i John Marshall Law Club, '22, gvxvlzglub, '24-'25g Commoclore Club, ' a-' . NULAN HARRIS CARTER .... Lawrenceburg, Ky. K A, 'fb A if CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. S. I. X. Clubg XVon Houston Prize. JONAS S. COVERDALE .... . Nashville, Tenn. H A X A l - CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. I I 1 ' FI'eslImaI1 Basketball, '21-'22g Secretary and Treasurer Freshman Law Class, '23-'24, InteI'trate1'nity Basketball Champion, '22-'23g Varsity Basketball, '24-,253 Captain-Elect Varsity Basketball, '25- '2lig Vice-President Senior Law Class, '25-'26, VVILL B. DEARING . - ..... . Potosi, Mo. . A e fb, A :IJ E CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. Dialectic Representative Intersociety Debate, '251 John Mar- shal-l Law Club, '23-'24-'25, Associate Justice John Marshall f Law Club, '26.g Commodore Representative. '26, HOLLAND O. FELTS ...... Greenwood, Miss. 2 A E, AI: A 111 CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. HOWARD W. FENKER . . .... Nashville, Tenn. CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. I J. ALVIN FITZELL ..... . Denver, Colo. , , . , E X Il ,, .. CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. l lr QQIQ fizliff 'ft-Q.'.i"ff" i 7-3 lil ,f73f7'-'fe?J:-F, . .A gf.. air 5,1 H sbitdf X X . W 11,339-ATSSQN qfitr Ji 45255-2 figs- if? FQ Mfg Wi lf til ':fSw5fiwf?'P'gy l I V A ll Ifii !.Li,1W 'ii' 1 A T 0 JY PJ R7 iw QLD I D V iglhiiii ii ,i i -Hl.Q.lg"ii.lf Bala I N I ll . A'-- it '!fiP"lI,1w6 X. - , N "4 I -- I l'ah4w I- fl I-A IHMIIIII il I, H ki R ULE! lt! J, If ' if 'Mil l QWS' -fff f"ff ' -, l A l Wlliliiflilll l .ii. I-'Mi I Ti' l li .Wi :TNQ zif E li l iq gif Im, 'Aillli ..-., . 4 O li lflfliirimfll lil ,i, All ll' ltr? saliva 2' " 'I m iscgllgi E I w iilil iii QW 32f'2 5i-W Ti lt , , O v li Q I l lllllllllslll lillll l llllllll in l l Q, I I - - Ns C O O C1 A fr- A A--f-e A-em' ---e--f A --- -ee ' - 2 QTY'-1-S-T-T-f'..evs QQ 5LlI'l7lL'f'l t M, Q ' M- 1 .,,. C-: ,....-J ti s.-,d .ssss-A.-.M I ti . . . . 4 I Senior Class 1 I Cl C '4 '11 C K" x. D. H. P. 9. gb. b. Cf 51 :T 77 O 0 'F' Ile v-I F' O :- z El U :- -I U1 '11 O F l"' F' P 1:3 Secretary-Treasurer Senior Law Class, Track, '26, I 9 HOWARD SMITH GENTRY ..... Wheatley, Ky. 1'I K A, r H I' ' I CANDIDATE Fon LI..E. ' If President Senior Law Class, '25-'26: Ex-Omcio Member Student Y i Council, '25-'2s. A RAY S. GIBSON .......... Dewitt, Ark. fb K 2, qw A :IJ J CANDIDATE EOR I.I..B. I i Associate Business Manager 1926 Commodore. L, 0 JAMES FRIEL HASTINGS .... Lewisburg, Tenn. l i X 4' fl , CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. ' I i 6 in SAM K. HOCKER ..... . . . Clarksville, Tex. A T Sl CANDIDATE EOR I.L.B. THOMAS WHITSETT HUGHES . . Memphis, Tenn. , , K 2 , l CANDIDATE Fon LL.B. ll Freshman Football, '22g Pan-Hellenic Council, '24g Student Coun- li cil, '24, Glee Club, '24-'25, '25-'26, John Marshall Law Club, Delta . , ill ' Theta Phi, Secretary and Treasurer of Junior Law Class, '24-'25, fy T JOHN H. JENNINGS ...... Bradentown, Fla. I' to .K 2, AI: A A Q ll CANDIDATE Fon LL.B. O John Marshall Law Club: Business Manager Masquerader, '24-'25, A l Business Manager Commodore, '24. tl i RICHARD J. JONES, JR ...... Birmingham, Ala. K A, A 9 4: ' CANDIDATE Fon LL.B. AND A.B. , - I John Marshall Law Club, V.B.g Philosophic Literary Society. N: s . A 1--H --- ,U , --fm mf-iiififizii -- -A ' T "T f TY :vt "' ' f M , Qi, IW' H 25:3 fssevfw. J o I-J Rexx -flf l M65 z-its JWQSH ts , .7 .' f C--xx ,N X '- , 1 " I QQ Aries . fl . XXX? A' f I A ilymg ffl fx, 4,,f5QQQ.,1,,fNX il' " - '. Nita X 'fn mills I Ji C54 ly! il. I A I 2 , .l., f was wr tr 9 4 A Jw" ' l f 44 illffll -. lf l IW - I lui A-I mimi rfiw-A. I fff A- o I - "-' I 'A w' "V 'Q . ?'1lilzg7Qz,5.f?T'f'fE " -' tis Kill i ' Eli! I lEll',:Ei'ilf'f MlI.,i'5i'i l ' till' LL'flJ.f?' i s V l ,Il im., 1? Il -llEQg1QlfuEQli2Wl, l, ill gli, alll Dj lf li is I E' R I tw Jw-l'srf:N+fwfTf'l "I "tl ill l isilllilllh-3?T llfT'I'1lWifle1lfllll0f llll ls, Tsqxlfi.. fl lI1f.w.l, wullmal 1 lip lil .Milli Hill lsmllfzlilltlllflflegll ,ll Il Il O H ', 'ltmgugiai r ?.' 31'Vf jl' i.l, X!,lfr fi ,ill Smllll ,,,Sbft'lg,0'1l 25' l ln lfiiwl'-lililalqvwllallll A I 'l"Vl Q' 92".e:,s'if "" ,-l1'f l"i"l"" If ' J i " ' I J J l I H' I il' I . I ll , ,,,, I -ffffflll l ll lil I All lil llllilll ll llllllllllllllllllli ill llllmlllllli ll O l l'l X -iIf',Sl"g"Ffe',,5'3 'f""i 5411 llll' "l ' 'i ' 'i'- L' ' " I" ' N f KZA If HOC' ,QQL WJQL, Y, , Ago: - ' 1 I Senior Class HODGSON VVILLIAM KEIM . . Hendersonville, Tenn. I' H 1' r CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. THEODORE LOCKYEAR ...... Evansville, Ind. fb K 2, fb A A - I CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. 3 Philusophic Literary Society, '24-'25-'26, President, '24-'25g De'- bate Council, '24-'25g John Marshall Law Clubg Intersoclety De- bate, '24, Frank K. Huston Contest, '24, ' JAIVIES CULLEN LOONEY .... Nashville, Tenn. A 1IKA,1'Hr,Af1wE CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. AND A.B. Student Council: Dialectic Literary Society, John Marshall Law , Club, Treasurer, '25, Dramatic Club, '24-'25, '25-'26g Property , Manager, '25, HOXVARD E. LOUIS ..... . . . Jackson, Tenn. , CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. JAMES LYONS .... ..... N ashville, Tenn. ' IUANDIDATE FOR LI...B. A . JOHN K. MADDEN ....... Nashville, Tenn. AKE,fI2-A115 CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. THOMAS EDWARD MURRAY . . . Nashville, Tenn. CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. A I JAMES C. H. MCCALL . . . . Nashville, Tenn. I ---. ' K .A ' CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. luf -, ' 'age ' , 9 2, ' gee:- J I Yu. f X' fs Q i li A , AEL LQE-EA Ml 5 I A 7 QQ A , Q l ' " fe I C ' ll I ' Wg? 1 jf A w O GX SW , E A i ,J I A ' m y O, l ' 'E' ' - ' ' J J I , ' : i I I w , ifmyil,,i.",':"' "'2f 8 ' 'X Q Wnmllill , ' if AV' l I Hfflll lllwillrull ll'JEi,?!1i5,:gi,l,,,,i.fm I f N QI 0 'N .4 , ' - A," i lllilnl'll'llllllll'L' -1 HQQQS-,,:g.,,',. gv.-H"i,',qg,I'.ii,ii Ill li iilfi'l-H'i I ,JL ' Q -- A N-1 il ,K i - 1 il- Ol'-19 I I' i N 0 l l I i ll ll I iw 1, ,iq z illillll S gg - -1 f A I +V - l I T O . 1 leaf" -4f"?'l'Tl' . O li i K 'G Mu if J I ll K N , ' , 0 M1 I w I I i lll l I , N 0 i xx xxx V, ii O L, Y- ' A fx CB At ,T ' 'J' T-YY jkmyyy Q gli- L: ex Ci LWV51 f 1 6 6 F u ii ll ll O 'l I Q Senior Class LESLIE M. NELSON ....... Nashville, Tenn. B 9 TI CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. JOHN W. NORRIS ....... . Bells, Tenn. 4: A A, 'I' K A CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. Intersociety Debate, '23-'24, Intercollegiate Debater, '23-'24, For- ensic Manager, '24-'25, WILLIAM RICHARD NOWLIN .... Sparta, Tenn. A T A , CANDIDATE FOR LAW Glee Club, '23-'24, RUFUS VV. ORR ......... Hartselle, Ala. LID A 9, 4: A QI: CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. Varsity Football, '24-'25, Commodore Club. CHARLES HEAD PEAY . . . . . . Nashville, Tenn. E A E, fr A fb CANDIDATE FOR B.S. AND LL.B. Scholarship Freshman Law Club, Martin Scholarship Medal Freshman Law Class, Copus-Juris-Cyc. Award in Junior Law Brief Making Class, Football Squad, '17-'18, Fraternity Base- ball and Basketball, Honor Roll in Academic School of Uni- versity. CADWALLADER LEONIDAS POLK .... Helena, Ark. 2 N, :IQ A if , CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. John Marshall Law Club, Philosophic Literary Society, Presi- dent Junior Law Class, '25, Owl Club, '25, Student Council, Vice- President of Philosophic Literary Society, Vice-President Stu- dents' Activities Board, Pan-Hellenic Council. CHARLES CLARENCE SCANLON . . Gulfport, Miss. CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. BEN AL SHANBLUM ...... Ft. Worth, Tex. 2 A M CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. Alpha Phi Epsilon, John Marshall Law Club, Dialectic Literary Society. - G1 ijoc 11' 'LEM I R l i if I ' , 3 be willlfiffiilwsitii,all5,Milli , lilllllll ll,lrliisiirivlIiiliiiiimiii61iliillii .-f-ff V r,,,,,, ,AD I, 41-.- W ,. -"' A X 'ru' ' T"""' " f' T"'r:gi'TbOrYL L ,, ' -AWLJOC - ' - 4 ' SCIIIOI' Class 5 MACK C. SIMPSON .... . Waverly, Tenn. 5 2 X l CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. , Dialectic Literary Society, '23-'24, '24-'25, Class Vice-President, l '25, Pan-Hellenic Council, '25-'26, l , VVILLIS B. SMITH ..... . Elkmont, Ala. ' E A E ' CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. President Fresman Law Class, '23-'24, Acting Manager Baseball '24, V. P. Owl Club, '24, V. P. Pan-Hellenic Council, '25-'2'6, Commodore Club, '25, Varsity Club, '25-'26. A VVILLIAM H. TANDY ....... Columbia, Mo. ! Il K A, A O f-If I CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. I ROLAND HENRY TOWNSEND . . . Wabbasuca, Ark. I 2 X, -if A LI: I CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. I l Nemo Club, '20-'21, Owl Club, '25, GLADSTONE HUXLEY WHITE . . Livingston, Tenn. CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. Intersociety Debater, '24, Intercollegiate Debater, '25, Extension Debates, '25, 'Secretary Dialectic Literary Society, '25, Chief Justice John Marshall Law Club, '25-'2G. HOYLE YOUNG . . . . . . Corinth, Miss. '11, A 6 CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. 1 .Fx .AYYW 1 CAZ., 3QDg.g,1h .,,-,, " J l KN E X , QP., f Il lives. iii . - Q ff"j4Sff"'f3? N ' fl 'NN Kr 521 - g e--ek N Ili ii l A X 2 f li 3 l ul, , 'lli I ex I fflfllw 0. 'fl 4 A l.r ' lll'5'2i?l 'A-"l if I..l I 'll 0 I lf" 'Di lfiilfiimfipllf I . wi-if llflilllli O ' fl ffl ll l I Ill il 1 M filillllllllllM'ii i w H I., fx. 1,5 Q l. I I. , ll l,.l n,.,lu,li . . lr.,, I., .,.,, .,.l,,..l.,,i ., lr, .f fl I ZJ4W+l1'5l.f XY fell 'tl-il lllllfllf f ' A I 'll I G I 'i' I i i "'it lll l ' 1 . D,CitIlll2Illfllll1lll.Illllliillll all ill . .O ,l I Q, ' f' f YN. X Q rr ' f,f 0 BENJAMIN CHING-MING BAU . . Shanghai, China 6 I - Y 3, Q gg H g...,,,, ,,,j,,,f.g5x , W ,I Q ci:g4:,.. ,.,,,,L,.,ag,,,E . ,A fd 'ii g, ,.1.u:gTaZffL, 'Q' :Q Q C--. J LTU rf. u 5 Senior Class JAMES PAUL BAILEY ...... Nashville, Tenn. fp B II CANDIDATE FOR M.D. Eve Club. CANDIDATE FOR M.D. WILLIAM BAYNARD BARTON . . Orangeburg, S. C. ' "'A O A it CANDIDATE FOR M.D. 2 I+! I Commons Club, '21-'22g Skull and Bones Club, '223 Senior Memor- : ' ial Committee, '22, if 5 I ROBERT HARVEY BELL ...... Oakwood, Tex. x I fa fb A O, fb X I CANDIDATE FOR M.D. Q I Q South Campus Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '22-'23, South Campus Foot- 4 . ball and Basketball Teams, '22, '23, '24, '253 South Campus Base- ball Teams, '23-'24-'25g Manager South Campus Tennis Associa- f ' "' tion, '253 Honor Committee Junior Medg VVitherspoon Club. 2 " V w r GEORGE DONALD BOONE ....... Erin, Tenn. . fil B H, A Q A . CANDIDATE FOR M.D. ' - ' Blue Pencil Club, '19: Vice-President South Campus Y. M. C. A., 5 '24-'25: Eve Club, '25g President Y. M. C. A., '25: President Med- f ical Class, '25-'26, Instructor in Anatomy, '22-'23, Instructor in ' Pathology, '2 3. THOMAS FAGAN BOOTH, JR ..... Pulaski, Tenn. an B II, A Q A , CANDIDATE FOR M.D. Sophomore Honor Roll, '22, Eve Club. I CLYDE HULEE BROWN ...... Cullman, Ala. U 117 X I3 CANDIDATE FOR M.D. II Witherspoon' Club. ROGER BOSWELL BURRUS . . . . Hickman, Ky. ffl X CANDIDATE FOR M.D. Q:-1 "f'fjA"'f""' g.::12i'r,,,wQ c:::i'ff':"f?f:: 4 'i1"'mT:'.l C Q9 L5 Q? 'l Cflfffliq, KEN 'XA 'Q VX. - -X . Rm ,, A ff , 'I W OM I ,Illini .I I, I I , I Dx fi? Iiiiiiuili iIIiIiigmilii A ,. ffm T wx ff P X , 'Q , ',, , if 'X it 2 X ' 4 A Oi fill A 2 fi ljff I Ev Q, N M4 I ,, 1:2 C VL 'Z i '- .flat - , iiiiii I fri l icvqiffwlltiii 6 ffgiglljf' 'Cf "I, T I? I fi iiimcwwf S iz I Ii' 'i ici: Q OI . O I- , Q-. Il ,mm 0 I ii CC my-f if sf.-Qc, f 3097 .QOL Y ,ol, 3 Senior Class i L FONZIE WILLIAM BUTLER . .Trenton, Tenn. O X z X CANDIDATE FOR M.D. I ADOLPHUS D. BUTTERXVORTH . . Murray, Ky. W U I -4:1311 0 I' I CANDIDATE FOR M.D. ' I A Eve Club. , JOHN B. CHESTER . ...... Nashville, Tenn. I B 9 H, 'SIP X ' CANDIDATE' FOR M.D. Reserve Football, '19, Doubles VVinner, '21, Finalist Singles, '21, Nvest Campus, Mandolin Club, '21-'22, '22-'23g Vice-President, '22-'23g Treasurer, '23-'24g Skull and Bones Club: South Campus Tennis Team, '24-'25g University Doubles Vvinner, '25. .4 Q 4 MAYHEW WILSON DODSON . . Hermitage, Tenn. I In B II I CANDIDATE FOR M.D. Eve Club. WILLIAM WALTER CHRISMAN . Colle e Grove Tenn. l s 'CIP B II CANDIDATE FOR M.D. I Eve Club. , W. RINEY CRAIG ...... . . Sharpe Chapel Q CANDIDATE FOR M.D. ' A Class Football, '24-'25g Class Vice-President, '24-'25, M i 9 , HOWELL CROSS, JR. ...... . Gadsden, Ala. I K 2, fb X K CANDIDATE FOR M.D. , Cheer Leader, '19-'24-'25, Glee Club, '17-'18-'19-'24-'25g President J , Glee Club, '26g Nemo Club: Commodore Club: President Vvither- I U spoon Clubg Honor Committee, '22-'23, '24-'25. 3 k . ' . i r FRANCIS ELBERT COUNCIL . . . Wmdom, Tex. 11' I ' I 'KID X, A Q A i I CANDIDATE FOR M.D. 4 Freshman Honor Roll, '23g President Sophomore Class, '24, Vice- - - H- -'------------A-- - - f V- -V r President. '26. LI' ' Y 5 V if S go, -f , 7:9 4 W x . C xg dmv V gjgx ff W N il., If 'ran 1 I wel " 'V M' Xi R 0 , ' T' X ff , N f ' , I E . V' . ' f V L 5 I I ei. xr 5, ,. - I X K B - I ' CJ I ' . I , , 4 :31 , 2 -N ' ' I EE I I IW Ififrgrfffi-lei'-fp: 'ffZ3i'., 1 VN e CJ HRK S31 W - X , 4. I ,M 'Q,1llkfwl,,fvQEQf1, ammlflfai Ill' ' I l 'I . I rv . WI 4 I I WirWr21"2xwnwi ' - I . Q "i CQ .. fi ' f . If' I ' ilu Iilfwiileiwl MIG!" 2 'If 11l'1Z4,"i "ll' ,,-flag' ,Nl I I O , I I I , ""l N -qriuilllew g:?gga'31?i":V:"..g " 55- 3 4 I f I I I I. If--- I m A ill I 1 Mr x ' I Q "1 . 1 I A I A A X l ar' 5'1w IIfA4if . " 3' X A O I ro, U K I 7' 'I Q I -4 .2 ijylilbylrx wx rh li Q f- '-.215 I .- ' li .'- o ,I H ll l ll ll ll l . J ' I t - 0 If 'C HOC Y' gf 'LQTLY ,-Oc' ' - -35,31 '-" 7- - Lil-Q A--- V Lv,Q,-Y,- r SSIIIOI' Class ' -' A JEWELL MAYS DORIS ....... Bolivar, Tenn. 2 A E, A K K 0 CANDIDATE FOR M.D. A Honor Committee, '23-'243 Honor Committee, '25-'26, I Q HUGH MASON FOSTER ...... Gallatin, Tenn. A A T A, fp B II CANDIDATE FOR M.D. Eve Club: Secretary and Treasurer Sophomore Medical Class, . '23-'24. ' 4 WILLIAM ANSON GARROTT . . . Hopkinsville, Ky. EAE, AKK, AGA CANDIDATE FOR M.D. Eve Club, President, Medical Student Body. J - 9 THOMAS SNEED GIBSON . . . . St. Louis, Mo. , 111' B II , 6 CANDIDATE Fox M.D. " Skull and Bones Club, EveiC1ub. JAMES P. GILL, JR ..... . Dallas, Tex. '19 X CANDIDATE FOR M.D. . XVitherspoon Club. ALBERT GORDON GOODALL' .... Nashville, Tenn. O K N11 CANDIDATE FOR M.D. , PEISACH GOOLKER .... New York City, N. Y 5 ADA P CANDIDATE FOR M.D. lil l HOUSTON AMOS GROSS ..... Waxahachie, Tex 41 B II CANDIDATE FOR M.D. A' l Glee Club, '22-'23, '23-'24, '25-'263 Eve Club. i 1 Qif, ALA, 1 A A It A 1 f w 1 gg K A ' .. I Y Vli' Ll -. iil? . A f A' A fi if N f I i f I if I A J ty , 1 .EQ V' I P, Sf," I ' , ,f -, Q ,,. O ' ' 'Ili' hy' ll,:,:LLaiL,'IllL gafl,i in A l ,, l,'llAM2, W lif' Q 7 O A - fi fa :ell 'lllff it .y A it , if' I A li A S ,LLL A argl , A f I A ll li A I iw V O ' f 'A ' GV' "A" 'I 0 ll "-"v"1.'T?5f.al'Q...f " C it l I A D ll Q V 7501 KAQQL 'JCL 1 :On U SCIIIOI' Class I 1 MARCUS DELAFAYETTE HALEY . . Brooksville, Ky. ' 'il B II CANDIDATE FOR M.D. A CHARLES THERON HINSHAW . . Winfield, Kan. l' CIP X " , CANDIDATE FOR M.D. , l Glee Club, '24-'25, '25-'26. . A. VV. HOBBY, JR ...... . Nashville, Ten-n. X Z X CANDIDATE ron M.D. ANDREW N. HOLLABOUGH, JR. . . Nashville, Tenn. . iq: B H CANDIDATE FOR M.D. , Skull and Bones Club, '20-'211 Eve Club, '25-'26. WALTON W. HUBBARD . . . Florence, Ala. 5 cb X W J CANDIDATE FOR M.D. , Sophomore Honor Roll, '20g South Campus Y Cabinet, '22-'23, '24-'25g Secretary and Treasurer Witherspoon Club, '25-'26. I - DANIEL JAY JOHNS, JR ...... Nashville, Tenn. l YD B II' 1 CANDIDATE FOR M.D. l ERNEST GEORGE KELLY .... Plantersville, Miss. - A K E, A K K CANDIDATE FOR M.D. I Vice-President Freshman Class, '19-'20g Chairman Kissam Board . , 1 of Directors: Owl Clubg Faculty Knockerp Senior Class, 'Zig ij President and Secietal V d Y M C A 1 ' 'y an y . . , .5 Secretary and O . . Treasurer Freshman Medical Class, '22-'23, Vice-President With- q . ,JI . ' erspoon Club, Vice-President Y. M. C. A. ' FRANK BURGE KIMZEY .... Union City, Tenn. 'l I 1 A T Q, X Z X, II 2 - . CANDIDATE FOR M.D. Class Baseball, '23, Class Football, '23, Nestor Club, Glee Club. M Jw ,mn E rea. T' 4 . V Y I f, x ' jy afll i g A l X If . 5. , . yw i X ll I Mi,,jUMw I It -.hJ14x ,ki, f A r 7? 74 l I lilgkng will ,, I' .Jl',fl, M3 W W, If ki I 71 r N' tqlllillll l 1, fs' i'W'vr'l I ll ll x . 1 X ' ,M I 5:15 ' ACS' 1 i T ' Ai sw in if f I i I I A All ,l l f . I 0 fig I If ll i lllulfxlw l lu llrfr O W ll lllll l lllll ll! 9 in 1 I 0 II l ii " L ' 'Q izl C21 i:,,,i 1 3 W J R2 It 1'-' ' " N t 'bl ' I ' ' O A 1 N s fr ' j Q Xl fgx Lqqs , , K lm? 'll ' ' lliilllillll. I O fp 1 O Q-K -- -rv 4 --LI-I..-.4.L......,3 O 41 iff' "E-3,44 i"TT:'5n U Gly' ' i:fQTT'Y' 11' ' QI 'liz Q rr" 111.2121 I I I A , I S6 IIIOI' Class ' ,V i CHARLES MORRIS LACEY .... . Bessemer, Ala. it ' ,, qw B II 0 CANDIDATE FOR M.D. , V' Eve Club. l ,I SAUNDERS MURRAY . . . .... Alexandi-ia,Va. I , 0 QI: K 2, 11, X , W CANDIDATE FOR M.D. Student Activities Board, '24-'25g Honor Committee, '21-'22, Owl Club, Junior Prom Committee: Pan-Hellenic Council, '23-'24, Medical Pan-Hellenic Council, '25-'26, Skull and Bones Club, ' '21-'22g Commodore Representatives, '22-'23, XVitherspoon Club, - - . I Class Basketball, '22-'23-'24, Captain, '23-'24, President Tennis, '21-'22, ' ' RUSSELL ELLIS MINTER ..... ' Birmingham, Ala. X Z X i I l l CANDIDATE FOR M.D. Class Baseball, '22-'23-'243 Varsity Tennis, '23-'24-'25, Captain, l '25g Vvinner Tennis Singles and Doubles South Campus, '22-'23- '24g South Campus Tennis Team, '22-'23-'24g Captain, '24, Uni- ill versity Tennis Cup Singles and Doubles, '22-'23. 0 f 8 ,, GEORGE BARVARD MOORE, JR. . . San Antonio, Tex. CIJ B II CANDIDATE FoR M.D. . ,H 5 O Chairman Honor Committee Sophomore Medical Class, '23-'24g ' 'g A Vanderbilt Quartet, '24-'25, '25-'2G: Vandy Glee Club, '24-'25, E '25-'26g Eve Clubg South Campus Y. M. C, A. Cabinet, '23-'24, '24-'25, Secretary-Treasurer Senior Medical Class of '26. WILLIAM PAXTON PARKER . . . Nashville, Term. I 2 X, -It X CANDIDATE FOR M.D. - WM. GARDNER RHEA ..... . Pulaski, Term. LI, B TI, A Q A CANDIDATE FOR M.D. : Philosophic Literary Society, '19-'20, '20-'23g Instructor in De- partment of Anatomy During School Years, '22-'23, '24-'25g Pres- , 4 - I , Q ident of South Campus Y. M. C. A., '23-'24. I , - ' Q RALPH MATTHEW SLOAN . . . Black Rock, Ark. qw K E, :Ir X CANDIDATE FOR M.D. U Skull and Bones Club, '22g Honor Roll, '23, Glee Club, '22-'23-'24- O '25g Assistant Manager Glee Club, '23-'24g Manager Glee Club, I1 '25g Band, '22-'23-'24g Band, '23-'24, West Campus Y. M. C. A. i Cabinet, '22, Class Baseball, Manager, '23, Captain, '24, Commo- 'li dore Representative Class, '25g WVitherspoon Club. l LEO SCHWVARTZ, JR. . . . . . . Nashville, Term. H A -CID ' CANDIDATE FOR M,D. Jade Staff, '19-'20g Commodore Art Staff, '19'-'20, Contributor Carpetbagger, '22-'23-'24, ITB? ,I , 'Q l I ci, Ass b I X I' D ,S ,ar A fs' ile lf' ' wg itllfll,II1Wig,Z2i'liil?g,,ligg,3 ' O I I ii.lilillllllillllliliiillllilliiliiillli ll Illia? Q f,.. " -,,3 Q,1 ,--...,,'i', "'g:- J gf- ,A , A i ',JQL , Q , -A f 105- ' l 6 , SCI1101' Class NVILLIAM EDGAR VAN ORDER . . . Ithaca, N. Y. w 2 N, fr X O CANDIDATE FOR M.D. " Y. M. C. A. Cabinet WVest Campus, '21, Kissam Board, '22, Skull and Bones Club, '22, Sergeant-at-Arms Freshman Medical Class, Secretary-Treasurer Sophomore Medical Class, South Campus Football and Baseball, '23, '24, Varsity Track, '23, '24, '25, '26, Commodore Club, Eve Club. HARLAN HOWARD TAYLOR . . . Livingston, Tenn. K 2, fb X l CANDIDATE FOR M.D. ' Nemo Club, '20-'21, Owl Club, '21-'22, Skull and Bones Club, '21- '22, Class Vice-President, '22-'23, South Campus Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '22-'23, Commodore Representative, '23-'24. ROBERT FERRIS THOMPSON . . . Nashville, Tenn. B O H, 11: X CANDIDATE FOR M.D. Commodore Club, Witherspoon Club, Athletic Editor Hustler, '21-'22, Manager Editor, '22-'23, Editor-in-Chief, '23-'24, Chair- man Honor Committee, '21-'22, Jade Staff, '20-'21, '21-'22, Sopho- 1, gloria Medical Honor Committee, '23-'24, Pan-Hellenic Council, O 5- . A HUBERT ORION THOMPSON . . Nashville, Tenn. Z X l ii A , CANDIDATE FOR M.D. Commodore Representative, '17-'18, Blue Pencil Club, '17-'18, , Athletic Editor, '18-'19, Hustler, '17-'18, Managing Editor, 20-'21, Editor-in-Chief, '21-'22, Nemo Club, '18, Philosophic, '17-'18, President, '18-'19, '19-'20, Manager Dramatic Club, Commodore Board, '18-'19, Business Manager Commodore, '20, Commodore Club. JOSEPH TRAVENICK, JR ...... Columbia, S. C. AXA, AKK CANDIDATE FOR M.D. Skull and Bones Club, '20, German Club, '20, Eve Club, '25. HENRY MOODY WALKER .... Nashville, Tenn. A X A, A K K CANDIDATE FOR M.D. Honor Committee, '19, Chairman Senior Honor Committee, '25, Senior Honor Roll, '22, Honorary Member Skull and Bones Club, . '22, Chairman South Campus Banquet Committee, '25, Finalist in Tennis Singles, South Campus, '25, Glee Club, '24-'25-'26, Vvitherspoon Club, Assistant in Anatomy, Medical Y. M. C, A. Cabinet, Instructor in Dental School, '25-'26, and Dental Schools, '19, '20, '21, '22, '23, '24, '25,, Assistant in Physiology, '21-'22, Instructor in Peabody College, '25-'26. REDFORD ALEXANDER WILSON . . . Leesburg, Fla. AXA, AKK CANDIDATE FOR M.D.- Sophomore Honor Roll, '21, Eve Club. DEXTER LEVERS WOODS ..... Nashville, Tenn. 11: B II CANDIDATE FOR M.D. Commodore Club, '20, '21, Skull and Bones, '21, '22, Freshman Medical Basketball Team, '22, '23, Beauchamp Scholarship, '25. l be A .... Ao, A to D "-f'Dx . 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U A 2 A - Q CANDIDATE FOR D.D.S. , H HERBERT OTIS Bono .... . . Boaz, Ala. J, A 2 A , CANDIDATE FOR D.D.S. . 'V . l LOUIS E. BOYD . . . . . . Bogalusa, La. l KI' IQ CANDIDATE FOR D.D.S. Class Baseball. '23-'24-'25, Honor Committw: Y. M. C. A. Cab- inet: Vice-President South Campus Y. M. C. A. l I ll O , 'l JAMES DAWSON HARRELL, JR. . . . Lucedale, Miss. I l If sz . , ' CANDIDATE FOR D.D.S. ' ' ' Class Baseball, '23, '24, '25: Y. M. C. A. Promotion Committee '23-'24, Captain Junior Basketball Team, Mississippi Club. J. O. HINES ............ Guthrie, Ky. 5 XII fb , CANDIDATE FOR D.D.S. I I, . ll Y gli' RALPH SMITH HUNTER, JR. . . . . Sylacauga, Ala. J ll CANDIDATE EOR D.D.S. Ace Club: Class Basketball, '25, Class Football, '24, ' il l . ROBERT PAUL IRONS ..... . Mt. Vernon, Ill A 2 A I CANDIDATE FOR D.D.S. l CECIL PALMER JARRELL ...... Columbia, La fi 2 A E,KI1 S2 ll CANDIDATE FOR D.D.S. X l A A A 6' , .ff " ' QQ X' V Egg XZQA 'j. .,,T-' ' lr S .A I QWJXJ' lei' I. 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Big Springs, Texas P ' III O V '-".2 CANDIDATE FOR D.D.s. Texas Club, Honor Committee, '24, '25. 9 , l , 3 WILLIAM COMPTON LIPSEY .... Columbus, Miss. i af In , - CANDIDATE FOR D.D.s. , - Honor Committee, '22, '23, Mississippi Club. , . l , MARY WILL LYTLE . ..... Minor Hill, Tenn. N ' CANDIDATE FOR D.D.s. Lg 1 ' ' ' , I . Treasurer and Secretary Class, '22-'23, '23-'24. L l " fl Q lg I I JAMES FRANKLIN MAGILL . . . Madisonville, Tenn. ' II K A, S11 O ' l ll CANDIDATE FOR D.D.s. U I 5 O if l ' Class Baseball, '23, '24, '25, '26, Class Basketball, '23, '24, '25, '26, ,I 1 Frat Baseball, '23, '24, '25, Il Al ., 4 - ,l ill CHAS. L. MARTIN . ........ Cullman, Ala. ll 1 . , II K A, A E A ,N . 1, , . , . CANDIDATE FOR D.D.s. xi! Class President, '23, '24, Class Baseball, '22-'23, '23-'24, '24-'25. ,. il Q '--QiZ5l'i'?7"siii2i5j?2i1. Qalffr'-,M .'g:-..4..e-... -f -gif l 1 x 15" ,QQ f fs 'W vw 7 I Ill A Q5 ff xp! 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I -IE I PRX. il 1' D ll'lu'l.:l.,i.j'Il.'J"f'?l rl.-' I .FUJ 'I ' E'4HI,l:5'fIIg,', x. ,Int , ' ll 3 lixil JJ, F ' 'QwfiQffl5F-,ffiilifff ' ' .ig Q31 M, I I 'liilililwifll' I.g-iaith I I fag ' , f I I I I -I,lI,l:, I ,IJ I Wgimg We. ,,,W,,2l,X II iil, ,z 'e 1 -I Ik ,ji illll IV' ul, lllil--"Iwi.,f"ll"' . if I 'll 'IND 'W , Wil-. I I- I f M ' Irwell! nal ,,I ,II ,,,7Aj,zI,5,3:l1,. ,,, l g'E" , I O A Wil '-ill,-I II I, 2. , ll 4 X- w' I II, I-,III - ' I I I'.,llI'fI-IMI sIP1IlIlf:lli III.f-IliliWlllllllllllsllllIimllillsll.l I 0 ll , . I .. , ..... . VQOX ' me ' ,. Yxfq-lfQ'. -1 0 :ii-T?f,gf:.g,g:5Q I3 Cl':i::g:rZ4:21lZ " I--Q4 F' L Aim' ' O 'Q-I All' el ' r Senior Class LESLIE DUNCAN MAURER . . . San Antonio, Texas E if dv CANDIDATE FOR D.D.s. Honor Committee, '22, '23, Tcxas Club. 6 ' HUGH THORNTON MCKINNON, JR. . . . Troy, Ala. 2 A E, If II: CANDIDATE FOR D.D.S. ' ViCe4PI'Csident Freshman Class: Y. M. C. A. Council: Owl Clubg l Class Baseball, '25. RUSSELL MCLEAN ...... . Granada, Miss. K E, N11 O CANDIDATE FOR D.D.S. ROBERT T. MOOREHEAD . . . . Nashville, Tenn. , E' II, fb X CANDIDATE FOR D.D.S. o V LOUIS LAMAR OXFORD . . . . Marion, Ala. E If CIP 5 CANDIDATE FOR D.D.s. Honor Committee, '25, '26, Glass Football, '22, '235 Class Base- ' ball, '22, '23, Alabama Club. A VIVIAN DAVID COOPER . . . Talladega Springs, Ala. A 2 A ' CANDIDATE FOR D.D.s. l WINSTON SANFORD COUCH . . Magnoba, Ark. KI' 9 D CANDIDATE FOR D.D.s. R Honor Committee, '23, '24. 7 'IE . . l I JOHN SCOTT CROWDER . . . . Birmingham, Ala. EZ KI' -if CANDIDATE FOR D.D.s. Y. M. C. A. Promotion Committee, '23, '24, Chairman Honor f Committee, '23-'24, Alabama Club. " if -1 ,IQ-tiff. 7 I- fr 3 ' '- . 0 MK H4551 vile 'f I-. M' .. fgigefjv I1 IMT. A 'I .ff I ,.f,?...iEx Vxlgfgvl A ,I I ,If If' - 'Dirt MLC I.p2IIIsI-, III! ,ff R W3 'T :G I f .tiiaiig-2 "f.I .-IjI fff' "F" " "g:af:1'Ill'I'i,-7555 If '-:"I1. I I I as-A 'aw-i0cIeII.x K 15 I . fi. 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' , Glee Club, '23, '25, Y. M. C. A. Promotion Committee, Y. M. C. A. , ' M C, A t V . I. Cabinet, President South Campus Y. -. '. ., S udent Council: Honor Committee, '23, Arkansas Club, Blue Ridge Representative. , O 'I A JOHN D. PAYNE ......... Antioch, Tenn. E' XI' fi: l CANDIDATE FOR D.D.S. SAMUEL V. PECORA ....... Beaumont, Texas E Alf fb ' CANDIDATE FOR D.D.S. ill' ' N ' ,. "Commodore" Representative, '26, Chairman Honor Committee, Q f V '25, Texas Club. l DAN G. PHILIPS . ..... Big Springs, Texas N11 O U CANDIDATE FOR D.D.s. 0 Texas Club. fl IJ RUDOLPH G. QUILLEN ...... Garte City, Va. V E 111 fl-I CANDIDATE FOR D.D.S. Honor Committee, '25-'26. im ffr 'ilfT' fi Q1C,Zl':lC-Lli. .Q """"'i'?f'T' YQAQAN f'5'9t5 WN, .fff-fffeeee-A T53 SMF 0 We ff' ,, ,ff-S 5 l' We-l see. f FQ Qi A ILUA .4eQ,-m1 Nw sm -. X Q llliirzl A ff 'V' I 'NU f lx Ati, lg .... , ,L f l MN .L , . - A lim, sl II ...A .l N it , i'i,., 1 'lf A i my ,lfels lfjl. .,,, ,, , -...l I 5,.AMlI. ,K L . l 1 lt , .... 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I 0 JOHN WH1TTElX'fAN STOKES . . . . Mayfield, Ky. A K E, -If O CANDIDATE FOR D.D.s. WILLIAIII A. REDDING . I. . .Teri-y, Miss. A 2 A CANDIDATE FOR D.D.s. ' I Mississippi Club, Honor Committee, '24-'25, Class Basketball, '23- It '24, '24-'25, - - - A MAURICE R. ROWELL . . . . . Mobile, Ala. I I E II' fr, A I 3 CANDIDATE EOR D.D.s. Il 'II C. F. TAYLOR . . . . . . .Troutdale, Va. if A Z A , CANDIDATE FOR D.D.s. A Class Baseball, '23, '24, '25: Class Secretary and Treasurer, 'LV' '25, Honor Committee, '25-'26, ' Iv.. AA-.. A. I 5 , 9 I Y V i.I:Qgi" CJ 'A IIAXV' N II iw, III'gfIi?I2F-. Q55 . ' ,,..--ew' Hifi., "if C-gf ,X ,QQQN N -'gigx 41:1--'i" ' ff "i9I.xfif'fII.I! KICILIQI 'fssw:fII XI I 'ef C'-I 'I f 1. f4'r1sMNe4'Q5fIh X.-.II,--ff-14.3-NV p, ,J . ' 'wxl WIA ftflll 'I X I' I fr' .-:Ei':il"f"Qif:i5i.ig'1. 'i ' ff, " f N II I i 45 CHESS: OL' 'W' A HEC! Y J XX Y-.255 QF? 'll 'T 5 -Ae--e-- - M- -tex I f 'IT .-Iv. 'I' . I q fllyy ' L.. X X' IGI7y,4ffiNl I QIIQII f - I 'af f 2557? 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A A A 2 A T r CANDIDATE Fon DD s 6 ' 1 ROBERT DEAN WILKINSON .... Nashville, Tenn. A X A, A 2 A CANDIDATE FOR D.D.S. l U, O ll,,l'fa.'g'.L41VlT.Y T" 'QA Qcii-il' -- - :TY TTT," Ax ,Q f W, f fd J lf flfkir-f' 'L llxfkf Z X ffyis. FQ 53 K x , Q 6145 ii by-X ,TIN AAG - All A+,'f4ffi1M f me ,l fr .D f X U! ll A - A 2 ll ,Nfw 1 AAAA - Q55 Q51-i5f4YPH QC llw X 1 1 af QR 1, l vm , , 1 Agkxllgbv 'YI Q . 1 '1l'N, Awll .'l.N'k'1 1 wwf- -D llll El ll1i?l5AiMli12Qlll7lf ll' l ETP Alf A lll l,--1457 w M Ellfi gl M H - gf H X, lA,A QL- 4 IQ ' 'QW W ll ll ' lf lllll, Ill! lmfwfzrflmzlwlmmmm E l A , 5, , f ff 1 O1 ------f W---.....-A4 U 'C--A .Af ,.-..,.'f.- , Fr LAL, , ,, ,.-:..:zg::.g:-:I Q4 Senior Class PRYOR ALLEN WILLIAMS ...... Athens, Ala. A T A, A 2 A CANDIDATE FOR D.D.S. 6 Fo tball, '15-'16g OWI CI b rx , ELLERY C. WORKMAN ...... Southside, Tenn. B 9 11, A 2 A CANDIDATE FOR D.D.S. Vi e-President Class, '25 6 V' LLOYD NEWMAN WYATT . . . . . Paducah, Ky. A 2 A CANDIDATE FOR D.D S H. BRADLEY WRBN ........ Seattle, Wash. 5 QK 2, 11' an n CANDIDATE FOR D.D.S. ' si I fin ,, , 11' A, ,rfrk T., ,J r"7,, A "' -AJ -. :if 1 f Q gig -LA ,L A I 3 -1 ' A .I L ,,QWQ:?iNjiff5 XS QEQQQ p f f' 'Xa 'EQ A lk-Z W O f 4 Ni-QI!! f x .3 few' 'EEE Q47 YH JQAQAEEQQ ,f-Cx-T " ,A fel . ff 'RW A W Qiffm 5 1f4sQWfQ.i J Q TE Pfh IW hYQwW,'U ff I L Wm, 1 -1 mf' 0 1 U, fl RW 2 Qu' I Xf fl Q?"'YI'K fw ' M H iff Q X g S U H R-fgf-5-,.4g2,g7 'I nw I ra AQ'-155 xkiii' ww' -pf'rI -' Elf!! 0 f I X I I , f- . mf 'mf 5 4 K I may xi!-lliwz 1 'I I J 'Tx Yi-Rf. "'Y??5fi',e"', 4 1 N, nk" H W 5:1 M: I TT A UU! 1' .-Nik g . Igfg my filai-QW 4 -I' 3' I Ho 1.105 ' fi 5-lb y!mMm.HHNw+21fWwfmWMQEWHnminmhawill.In 41 'T , Af.. V I f . A : ...,. A Q N 5 V g: 'Af ' I A ""- -"-.. L 2 eflisf ef ff' :P ' T L , 3 , A4 ' - .g,1-495 '. '5 wg", ' . , QW -' Eli.. ffaxfli " f., I, ,. ... 0. 'fa-ff ,5'7.Nf2.fi,'3N,E,', fig? I . , .1 M ., ,, 4. . fx , .. 1.1 l I . . . Wx ifrfgr gb, ' MW. . 1, V 4 1 , uf ..1 f-,f-5 ' ' -, "4 , f"'w-I " fl., . . , '11 , rw, f fp- , . -.,,I,,-Tm. ' I I Wh ' NM Qfzw w!N1'QgqEf5f 413, -ug A 43, ,'w,4,',' ww. H" I' A "'IIWMwMuvwwwAhLwwWwnf A r l , p' I ', if ...aj 5 3,15 Ju i, - .1 45,71 A A 'F V F ' 'f "in'!9'!U I L." ly ' W F117 1 X H.: V ug-. 9 x ing , Q15 '-gf. ' 5, " 1 v , ' SIP, 'Q!iq31-- "I .1 W "MW . L , O ,TWH .,,f-6.1.31 . , 1-'15, X , f Y' -,4",f J ' ,,- f f 7 , -g ,Y ,,..- ,f,.I ' 9 f :-'.f ""...v!'.- ' , P O I ' AW w:,,n1f:.:ERfl,r imp -9.11 I 4,4 H I Pug. M' - , A' Y ' ,ff . ,. !,, g,-,l 97 1, " -"Lk""" C f:""" L- " A ' QOL Y' 1Of A nor- Q wr ' ' ' ":' 1 'I S8I1i01' Class GRACE IVIITCHELL . . .Nashvi1le, Tenn. CANDIDATE FOR R N. X GEORGIA RACHEL PARMLEY . . . Coalmont, Tenn. CANDIDATE FOR R N. .GERTIE LEE PENNINGTON . . . . Nashville, Tenn. CANDIDATE FOR RN. JUANITA ETHELYN Wlx . . . . .Elwood, Ind. E, CANDIDATE FOR R Is 'la' ",' , L Tjiioe- ' , , . 22 if L L 4 Y ARD Q., 'E' XX fs, , Q? QR, I Q A fig X ,xi CE , + A PE , fi A A I ' i I I4 M M Q ff" IE A AA .2 P' " f5i"bff?fU2FmifwiN W I W Y' f MH, HIHHHQH Htl .I 5 i1i . mTrA3 " 0 L , siri- C31 ?"""5 f E3 Gfl?7'Lif iwgll gi in f Q37 igsiwi 3-Vg 41, . HQ 'ff Q if QA- W2 ?l?'gsif"-efih A2 ii E- We 'IQ ,ff ' 7 X ' ff 5 i Q 3 k. ., W 53 KW 'ffigrizb rf xs if X EW! X .L. 1,1 Q j qfrz ' Q CSF? rf N2 O5 2 iff Ulf 2 gm rw MDX: K-X L5 5 55955 J! '77 f-mug. QW' Iliff fs, Page :evenly-one A7 by xv H IA ' ,-r 1Yff'5'f Q -""""PE3 -fl E5 fl L -S . Xlrffirfyi . --H--'it-'--iixf? ll-U . "1 1 E,f,ff9DEQB1L7- wx gg ..,, all QACSPNIVNODO 'li , ,,.,.,, ,, , ,ply EAM it ,Y.f e.,-S-fy. :ir ,j .,i ,, gg Z 3 3? Q 1, ,,..S.s.N gi ,,A-.Acwgexx :,5.x.fgif,fNS,?w, .-.-Nw. by fy. UN -f' 1-2' ,ve Y l ' '...L-..L4.,s,aQ -ff -ASSE: 'S if 'N ,Qf I-,: xkwf A f j'-- f::,:f:.,3wM Q ls "-egffgs? Q r-34.3 mil , unior Class ACaC1,6HliC OFFICERS JESSE KEENE .... ..... . . . . Presidenz COVINGTON RILEY . . MARY HUGHES .... MEREDITH WALLER . PAUL BAIRD .... REBER BOULT HELEN ALLEN ..... Nashville, Tenn. K A 9 AMYE ANDREWS .... Neshville, Tenn. E T Z ALLAN VV. APPLEGA1'E . . Little Rock, Ark. if K E Freshman Basketball, Freshman Track, Varsity Basketball Squad 3 Varsity Track, '25, . :HERBERT ARMSTRONG . . . Tupelo, Miss. QIAAS "Jade" Staff, '23, Assistant Art Editor of "Commodore," '23g "Masqueracler" Staff, '25, '26g Owl Clubg Calumet Clubg Editor-in-Chief of "Masquerader," '25- '-26g President of the S. A. College Com- ics. JESSE PAUL BAIRD . . . Dyersburg, Tenn A K E Ace Club, '24-'25g Dramatic Club, '24-'25, I . . , . . Vice-President . . . . . Secretary-Treasurer Student Activities Board Ant. Editor Commodore . . .N Honor Commitiee JACKSON ELEANOR BAKER . Birmingham, Ala. K A 6 Secretary-Treasurer Freshman Class, '24-'25g Co Editors, '24-'25, PIOPE BASKETTE .... Nashville, Tenn. K A 9 Student Council, '24-'25, Lotos Eater, '24-'25g Sophomore Honor Roll. MARY NELSON BATES . . Nashville, Tenn. I' SIP B Pan-Hellenic Council, '24-'25, '25-'26, Student Council, '25-'267 Freshman Sophomore Honor Roll: Secretary Y. W. C. A., '25-'26, Three Artsg Vice-Presb dent Three Arts, '25-'26, FRANCES EWING BEASLEY . Nashville, Tenn. A O II Liotuis Eaters, '24-'25g Bachelor Maids, "5-' 6. ,Page seventy-ifwo , .I sc.. - L-- I- . ,Left LM... . .. ftc, O A ..,- ,A .-.-,,L, . gg E- 63 1 ,,f,,. I v'f' of ,"f s.'r.-rvfyf 'M "' 7 PHILLIP B. BELL . . . Springfield, Tenn. Sophomore Honor Roll. ALFRED H. BENJAMIN . . . Maynelrl, Ky E N LYNCH DEARINO BENNETT . Nashville, Tenn. Glee Clubg Premedical Club, '25-'26. ARTHUR T. BERKLEY . . . . Tupelo, Miss. fb A 9 Band, '23, '24, '25, Freshman Track, '24g Alchemist Club. MIKIAM BERRY . . . . . Versailles, Ky. DOUGLASS J. BETHURUM . Nashville, Tenn. II K A Freshman Track, '24, Band, '25, NELA BLACK ..... Franklin, Tenn. Scribblers. ' ELIZABETH H. BLAIR . . Max Meadows, Va. A A A JAMES RUSSELL BLANTON . Birmingham, Ala. A T A Owl Club, '25-'26g Premedical Club, '24- '25-'26. MAX BLOOMSTEIN, JR. . . . . Chicago, Ill. Z B T, E T Blue Pencil Club, '23-'24, "Hustler" Staff, '23-'24g Calumet Club, '24. REBER FIELDING BOULT . . Vicksburg, Miss. A T Q Assistant Manager Glee Club, I925: Man- ager Glee Club, '26g Honor Committee Ace Club. CAREY GAINES BRINGLE . Covington, Tenn. 2 X Freshman Track, '23, Skull and Bones Secretaryg Skull and Bones, '25, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '24, CHARLES CAMPBELL BROWN . . Como, Miss. E X "Hustler Staff, '23, '24g Assistant Ath- letic Editor "Commodore" FANNIE C. BUCHANAN, West Nashville, Tenn. JOSEPH W. BYRNS, JR. . . Nashville, Tenn. fb K if Blue Pencil Club, '23-'24g "Masquerad- er," 1924-'25g Owl Club, 1924-'25, EVELYN CALVERT .... Culleoka, Tenn. E T Z MILTON HOLMER CARR . .P Pine Bluff, Ark. E A E JOSEPH E. CARNEY . . . -Brentwood, Tenn. Treasurer Skull and Bones Club, '25, AUBREY YOUNG COVINOTON . Paducah, Ky. A X A Freshman Track. MARGARET CHADWXCK . . Birmingham, Ala. KA 9' Co-Editor, '22-'23: Junior Representative to Girl Student Council, '25, EDWIN GURNEY CLARK . . Vicksburg, Miss. A T Q ROBERT THOMAS CLARK, JR. . Nashville, Tenn. Page seventy-three CAROLINE COBB . . . Union City, Tenn. KA9 Secretary and Treasurer of Sophomore Class, '24-'25, Lotus Eaters, '24-'25g Co-ed Representative on "Hustler" Staff, '24-'25, '25-'261 Dramatic Club, 94 15 Z5 76 1 fr I. I. ..-.., -... ELLA CONNELL . . . Whites' Creek, Tenn. A A A ELLEN CLAIRE COUCH . . Nashville, Tenn. I' iv B WILLIAM H. COURTNEY . Lake Charles, La. E A E Freshman Track Team, '24, '25, Student Council, '24-'25, Blue Pencil Club, Cal- umet Clubg President Y. M. C. A. Cabi- net, '25-'26. JAMES REED COX . . Murfreesboro, Tenn. Kf A WILLIAM RUSSELL CROW . Nashville, KATHERINE CULBERT K NETTIE Jo CUMMINGS Z W. P. CUNNINGHAM II Blue Pencil Club: 19263 Hustler Staff, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. A9 . . . Trenton, Tenn. T Z . . Nashville, Tenn. K A "Commodore" Staff, '23, '24. CATHERINE G. CUTHBERT . Nashville, Tenn. ELIZABETH M. DAVIS . . Nashville, Tenn AAA Freshman Class Chairman, '23-'241 Jun- ior Class Chairman, '25-'261 Student Council, '25-'26, Lotus Eaters, '24-'25, Bachelor Maids, '25-'26: Y. M. C. A. Stunt Night Chairman, '25-'26. O'I'l'0 S. DOWLEN, JR. . . Springfield, Tenn. K A Ace Club, '24-'25p Vice-President Owl Club, '25-'26, Assistant Manager of Foot- ball Team, '25-'26. GORDON S. DICKERSON . . Nashville, Tenn. 111 A 9 Football Squad, '25-'26, GEO. O. ELDRED . . . . . Princeton, Ky. BSU Blue Pencil Club, '23-'24g '24-'25, "Hust- ler" Staff, '24-'25, '25-'26. MARSHALL POLK ELDRED . . Princeton, Ky. B 9 II Blue Pencil Club, '24-'25: "Hustler" Staff, '24-'25: Assistant Manager Track Team, '25-'26, Owl Club. WILLIAM B. FAIRCLOTH . . St. Ensley, Ala. II K A Pre-Med Band, '24g Football, '25g Skull and Bones. LESTER GLENN FANT, IR., Holly Springs, Miss. Z X Blue Pencil Club, '23-'24g "Hustler" Staff: Calumet Club. A . L -. L. . ---l'2s-. QQ .A . ,, ., ,Q,. -..L ,-- -- --.L .L aaao P7 ,,-- 'r .N ff- ,jtfa-Ap,-y ,, H ' ' ' 'gy U l, .. . . , . ,C-Q55 1Q1 '+l P 'IWD5 f 'N4' 'w'Qj?fYihmiJ'tTEQ:.,...- ,-,,.-.,pf ...., of -iififh' " ' 'N ,',. 4 "" Q HERSCI-IEL C. FINGER, JR. . Nashville, Tenn. FRANCES J. JOPLIN . . Los Angeles, Calif. Z X K A 9 FRANK FISHER . . . . Decaturville, Tenn. MARTHA ELLEN FUTRELL . Union City, Tenn. ZTE ROSCOE E. GLENN , .... Miami, Fla. Artus, '24. OLLIE M. GOODLOE .... Paducah, Ky A X A EDWIN S. GARNER . . . Nashville, Tenn. if A O LUCY GRAs'IY ..... Nashville, Tenn. K A 9 Co-Editors, '23-' 24. ELEANOR V. GUTHRIE . . Nashville, Tenn A 1' KID B FANON HAMILTON .... Paducah, Ky. A X A Ace Club, '24-'25. ALMA HAND ..... Fort Worth, Tex A 0 H CALEB POWELL HAUN . . Nashville, Tenn HD K 2 Dramatic Club, '-23-'24, Freshman Track, '23-'24, Ace Club, '24-'25, Owl Club, '25-'26. MARY LOU I'IART .... Nashville, Tenn A O H Member Student Council, '26, WILLARD R. HENDRIX . . Baton Rouge, La. .A KE Freshman Football, '23, Freshman Base- ball, '23, Varsity Football, '24-'25, Pres- ident Freshman English Class, '23, ELEANOR WILSON HILL . Mt. Pleasant, Tenn K A 9 ANDREW OWEN HOLMES . . Memphis, Tenn 2 A E Assistant Manager Football, '25, Owl Club, '25-'26. HELEN HOPKINS .... Columbia, Tenn I' KID B Co-Editors, '23-'24, Blue Ridge Dele- gate, '28, Indianapolis Quadriennial Del- egate, '23, Three Arts, '24-'25, Scrib- blers, '24-'25, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '23-'24. EDWARD HOUSTON . . . Nashville, Tenn E X Ace Club, Secretary and Treasurer, '23, President Golf Association, '24, Mana- ger Golf Team, '24, MARY L. C. HUGHES . . . Nashville, Tenn K A 9 Lotos Eaters, '24-'25, Secretary and Treasurer of Junior Class, '25-'26. HOMER A. JONAS .... Nashville, Tenn. Z B T Freshman Basketball, '23, Ace Club, '24, Golf Team, '24-'25, Secretary and Treas- urer Vandy Golf Association, '24-'25, RICHARD M. JOHNSON . . Nashville, Tenn. ELIZABETH K. JOHNSON . . Nashville, Tenn. A A -A MARY LOUISE JOHNSON . . . Salem, Va. K A 9 RUTH JOY . ..., Nashville, Tenn. A A .A JESSE L. KELNE ..... Hartsville, Ky. A T .A Captain of Freshman Football, '23, Member of Varsity, '24-'25, Basketball and Track Baseball, '24-'25, President Junior Class, Secretary and Treasurer of Owl Club, Freshman Track Varsity Tract Squad. MARTHA KENGREE . . . Shelbyville, Tenn. K A 9 H. C. KIRKPATRICK . . Rogersville, Tenn. MARY VIRGINIA IQING .... Tampa, Fla. A A A JAMES A. KIRTLEY, JR. . Murfreesboro, Tenn. KIA K E Freshman Track, Assistant Manager Track, '25-'26. DOROTHY KNIGHT . . . Fort Worth, Texas Bachelor Maids. JAMES C. LANCASTER . . . Memphis, Tenn. E A E Freshman Baseball Team, '23, Varsity Football, '24-'25, Varsity Baseball, Spring of '25, QUITMAR ROBINS LEDYARD . . Tupelo, Miss. ATO Freshman Football, Basketball, Base- ball, Varsity Football, '24, Varsity Base- ball, '25, Vice-President Sophomore Class, Exchange Editor "Masquerader", Pan-Hellenic Council. JOHN MARION LENGNICK . . Beaufort, S. C. Z N HAZEL LEA LEVY .... Nashville, Tenn. A E fb CAROLINE LITTLE .... Nashville, Tenn. K A 9 C0-Editors, '23-'24, '24-'25, Gil-I Student Council, '24-'25, Scribblers, '25-'26, Bachelor Maids, '25-'26. JULIUS BLACK LOWENSTEIN . Nashville, Tenn. Z B T Tennis Team- '25 ANDREW F. MASON . . McMinnville, Tenn. if K 2 WALLACE GRABLE MATHIs . Louisville, Tenn. -KID K E Art Editor "Masquerader," '24-'25, Art Editor "Commodore," '24-'25, Band, '24-'25-'26, Circulation Manager "Mas- queraderj' '25, Assistant Business Man- ager "Masquerader," '26, Freshman Baseball Squad, '23, Baseball Squad, '24-'25, Owl Club. Page .fefvenl y- four ,I.....-,e-- .S . as--7' -Y .1 .. I .- we. FL A , , , ,,,LLa aLL.L-LLa,,L WIIWLLCA an 'B 1A 51 , 533 f P' 1' 'V-. ffl J SNL.-,1:5" i 'J "-451 " Z 3 Qi -,fa CP,'I,!.f-'f5"f"""' "Wi-Q? J.. f, XM : - ,fr '5fij,lf" , "I, ,EFF ,, 'I W. i 1 ef f f .5 ' , I' I f .,,..- .. , qv.. .1 3 , ., N, . . SN.-,.,,,, F l f ti We "'--,. 1 , psf' Q ww... S-A.. B9iEEMTisAgAefet agmiawlffseonheoo .,, , Qs? """ ,,.. 4. .. V ,, ,. . .VV.,, , ,g.,3i.. .sgi.f,, ,, . AA,, ., S fi -r f.a.,:fW.M.as...,s,.s,.,.,...,M....,.1s.a,a..a1.a....-...sasms ra..a.,,...LA.eLw..,.r .,.,..,....ee.,.,..,,f..,.,.'ff.'f.:sW.,.aS.,,.,,,. ..,,,.,.,.,.,. ....a.,,,, ..La.z.gu..ag.g.L.,.Q..L.gIeaLgamW.e.L.l...Lgi, ELIZABETH lVIA'1'I'I-IEWS . . Nashville, Tenn. ROBERT A. PARTEE, JR. . Birmingham, Ala. K. T. MCCONNICO, JR. . . Nashville, Tenn K A EAE Freshman Track, '23, Vice-President Golf Club, '24, Manager Goll' Team, '25. MARGARET M. MCGANN . Franklin, Tenn K A 9 CO-Editors, '24, Three Arts. '25. FRANCES C. MCKEE . . . Nashville, Tenn. AOII Presidrnt Lotos Eaters, '24-'25, Student Council, '25-'26, Honor Committee, '25, '26, Pan-Hellenic, Seribblers, '25-'26, Bachelor Maids, '25-'26, Vice-President Y. M. C. A., '24-'25, Treasurer Y. XV. C. A.. '25-'zzs. ' BARTON MCSWAIN . . . . Paris, Tenn. K A VV. E. MILLER ...... Paducah, Ky. A X A Dramatic Club, Philosophic Literary So- ciety. THOMAS A. MITCHELL, JR. . Nashville, Tenn ROBERT EDWARD MOORE . Nashville, Tenn 2 X Dramatic Club, '24-'25, Sophomore Hon- or Roll. CHARLES MALCOLM MOSS . Nashville, Tenn. EAE Freshman Basketball, '23-'24, Freshman Baseball, '24, Varsity Basketball, '24-'25, Varsity Baseball, '25, Vice-President Ace Club, '24-'25, Owl Club, Student Council, "Commodore" Representative, '25-'26. Assistant Manager Track, Assistant Manager "Hustler," ARTPIUR ALLEN PATY, JR., Chattanooga, Tenn. K Z Assistant Cheer Leader, '25-'26. RUTH WEBB PEOPLES . . Nashville, Tenn. Scribblers. JAMES L. PETERSON . . Brooksville, Miss. A K E MAURIE H. PILSH .... Nashville, Tenn. PRUDENCE M. POLK . , . Nashville, Tenn. A A A VVTLLIAM K. PORTER . . . Paris, Tenn. K A MARTHA RAGSDALE . . . Russellville, Ky. I' IIA B EDGAR E. RAND ..... St. Louis, MO. E X "Hustle-r" Staff, '24-'25, Department Ed- itor "Hustlcr," '25-'26, Owl Club, '25-'26. THELMA KIZSSELL RIGGS .... Upton, Ky. 1' CID B CHARLES C. RILEY . Birmingham, Ala. A T lil Freshman Track, '24, Honor Commit- tee, '24-'25, Vice-President Junior Class, '25-'26. FRANCES DEAN NANCE . . A K E Soochow, China. Blue Pencil Club, '23-'24, Sophomore Honor Roll, Freshman Trac-lt, '23-'24. THOMAS GIBSON NASH . . . Stanton, Tenn. A T S2 LUCILE NEVILLE . . Hendersonville, Tenn. I' 111 B EZELLE NORRIS .... JANE ODOM . . . . . F 'If B WILLIE MAX' OODEN . . . I' SIP B ' ROY OWEN . . . . . Z A E EGBERT SYDNOR OWNBEY . B 9 II Band, '23-'24-'25, Blue "Hustler" Staff, '23-'24- . Bells, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Scaughters, Ky. Hartsville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Pencil Club, '25, Calumet EVELYN S. ROBERTS . . . Marion, Ky. MARON J. SIMON . . . Nashville, Tenn. Z B T Literary Editor, '25-'26 Masqueiadei "i-lustleI"' Staff, '24-'25, Reviewing and 'Ed' rl 1 I Staff, '24-'25, Assistant JAMES WHEELER SEAL . GARWIN DUOAS SHANDS . 111 A 9 DORIS BROWNIE SLONECKER E T E THEKLA ELIZABETH SMITH ELIZABETH BREEN SMITH lt.O1', 45- 26. . Prescott, Ark. Cleveland, Miss. Nashville, Tenn. Newbern, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. A A .A ALDEN H. SMITH . . West Palm Beach, Fla. E N Freshman Track, '24, Arce Club, '24-'25, Council, '25-'26, Assistant Manager Basketball, '25, Manager Basketball, '26, HARRIE'1' BOLTON SMITHSON . Franklin, Tenn. Club. EARNEST H. PARSON . . . McAleSter, O EX Pre-Med "Hustler" Staff, '24-'25, Blue Pencil Club, '24, Calumet Club, '25, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '24-'25, Editor Freshman Hand- book, '25, Freshman Honor Committee, '23-'24, Page sefueniy-fifve kla. K A 9 CO-Editors, '23-'24, President, '24-'25, Chairman Sophomore Girls, '24-'25, Stu- dent Council, '24-'25, Girls' Honor Com- mittee, '24-'25. JAMES CHARTON SPARKS A T Q MATTHEW L. STEPHENS . Nashville, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. El V ongufffffzi A -3 ye- f' M' e, , 'j:5".- ,lf If f,V,,'1 r. , ,, if if ' 2. 344: ff" - 'M -.,k -Riffs' jj-- YEFSKSDERBILT A .- I eofmbvassssss ,.,. , Q .X . ., if A", My f Ne'-Zcflc. ENT' 1' ,.., .. .ef,....,i,f,p,giMZe-,1..f Q' ff -Zig 5 W- " "iw,,fg', jg ' ALVAN H. SPOTWOOD . . Nashville Tenn. R. MARKET VVHEELER . . Nashville, Tenn. Y 2 N American Society of Civil Engineers, '24- B d '25, Dialectic Society, '24. 3.11 . JEFFREY M- STONE - - - UHi0H City, TCHU- JOHN WEOL WHEELOCK . Chattanooga, Tenn. II K A K 2 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. GEO. FAINSWORTH TAYLOR . Jonesboro, Ark TI K A Freshman Basketball and Track, '24, Ace Club, '24-'25. THOMAS W. THRELKELD . Morganfielcl, Ky. H. J. THOMPSON, JR. . . Shelbyville, Tenn. A X A Pre-Med W. O. VAUGHN ...., Mayfield, Ky. A K E Band, '24, E. M. WALKER ..... Bessemer, Ala. E N Freshman Football, Football, '24-'25, Baseball. '25, Student Activities Board, Interfraternity Baseball, Owl Club. JOHN KNOX WALKER . . Memphis, Tenn. E A E Pre-Med Freshman Track, Varsity Track, Skull and Bones Club, "Masquerader" Staff, Band, '23-'24, Drum Major, Band, '23-'25, Director Band, '25-'26, DWIGHT WEBB, JR .... Nashville, Tenn. SAM WEINGARTNER . . . Nashville, Tenn. Blue Pencil Club, '23-'24, Sophomore Honor Roll. CAROLYN VVILLIAMS . . .. Hunsville, Ala. A 0 II CO-Editor, '24-'25, Chairman Lotos Eaters, '24-'25, Sophomore Honor Roll. FRANCES E. VVILLIAMS . . Nashville, Tenn. K A 9 Y. M. C, A. Cabinet, '24-'25, '25-'26, Del- egate of Blue Ridge, Council, '24-'25. '24-'25, Student MARY E. VVILLIAMS . . . Nashville, Tenn. K A 9 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '25-'26, Three Arts, '25L'26. OVERTON WILLIAMS . . . Nashville, Tenn. 411 A 6 Blue Pencil Club, '24-'25, Freshman '24, "Commo- Honor Representative, dare" Representative, '25, Triangle and Transit Club, '25, Secretary. C. W. WILSON, JR ..... Mayfield, Ky. E N fb A 9 Ace Club, '24-'25, --Hustler' staff, '24- NOMA DIX WINSTON . . . Sturgis, Ky. 355, Golf Club, '24-'25-'26, Assistant .zgfggel Of Baseball' 6' GIGS Club, MELVIN B. YOUNG, JR. . .Nashv1lle, Tenn. 0 , UIIIOI' 3.55 Engineering OFFICERS R. M. WHEELER . . .... ..... . President M. E. ROBERTS . . . H. A. GWINNER . . J. M. FARRAR . . MARVIN E.ROBERT'S . . . Columbia, Tenn. Vice-President Engineer, '25-'26, Mem- ber of Engineering Society. R. T. COCHRAN . . Woodbine Sta., Tenn. HORACE ELDER HOLMAN . Fayetteville, Tenn. A T A Inter-Society Debate, '25-'26, Manager of V. Engineer, '24-'25-'26. . . . . . . Vice-President . . . . . Secretary-Treasurer Commodore Rejnreserztatifve HAL WEBB HUDDLESTON . Nashville, Tenn. CIP K XI' Owl Club, '25-'26, American Society of Civil Engineers, '25-'26, Triangle and Transit Club, '24-'25. RAPHAEL F. SMITH, JR. . . Owensboro, Ky. CIR A 9 Freshman Track, '24, Varsity Track, '25, RAYMOND SPECK . . . Nashville, Tenn. X fb Page .fe-verily-.fix Ng """M""""'7 Wmfwbfs flffxc Jay A I 0 27 -M, :MM ferr 5L3'T'?'2f'.Z' fl 'W' V fe-gy me , , 1.5, ..., .,A..,f, Egg -is 'fPf,fi,,i2fLilMNmfvl?2, e -R 1.57 ,!',,XYa :'g:-,7 i7"' ,,.. fm .Tf,...,Sf7m...,,S5M?'? rf LQ ,Q W N-X Y, Y ,J I, I, ,.- Ir .AI 1 s 701 yi,-I' ,- N-..,pd,.?f 0-we -' N fl , ,., .,,, ' , ' -- T iii NN xl --" ggmefii -I E? ps 9.2 iii jf, -....,I f .V 1, 2. E , If ,X ff' M X 3,4 -,-M .... 1 ,l ,,,, ,, N, I , V 1 I,,, . Q ,ga .V , , x, , D..,. 1 f,.,,fa.f,.' ,If ,f mi G -5 ,344 3 I i--.,,.-.A,L..f.,....1.I,g,,,,L,,::eee,A,,Af..:,1.-A.AW,.I.,I.f....ei' flfaiyf ,sh 'S 'hmm yo, ' C' X -I1:x::g':::.Jf 5 1. ' 52 g .-.... V,,,. ll1'1iOI' C1355 Law OFFICERS ST. CLAIR HULTSMAN . . . . . . . .President RICHARD H. HUGHES . . JOHN CARTWRIGHT . . . . . . . . ..Vice-President . . . .Secretary-Treasurer DAVID CALDWELL . ..... . Sergeant-at-Arms DON LEECH . .Commodore Representative . WILLIAM DESPIA BUNTON . Rio Frio, Texas X fb Vanderbilt Players, '24-'25g Business Manager of Vanderbilt Players, '25-'26: Dialectic L. S. John Marshall Law Club, '24-'25-'26. JOHN MATLOCK CARTVVRIGHT, Madison, Tenn. A 'I' A, If A A . Bailiff John Marshall Law Club, '24-'25, Sheriff .Tohn Marshall Law Club, '25-'26, Sergeant-at-Arms, '25-'26. EDWARD C. COCHMAN . . Nashville, Tenn. LI: A A, 'I' K A John Marshall Law Club, '25-'26, Inter- Society Debate, '24-'25g Intercollegiate Debate, '24-'25, Dialectic Literary Socie- ty, '25-'26, Page .fewenty-se-ven VESTER M. CHASTE . . . Nashville, Tenn A X A, A e fp Secretary and Treasurer Junior Law Class for '25-'26. ZACH ANDERSON COLES . . Nashville,Tenn. EAE Freshman Football, '23, Varsity Foot- ball, '24-'25, Vice-President Freshman Engineering Class, 'ZSQ Vice-President Freshman Law Class, '2-1. CECIL RODERICK CossEY . Staten Island, N. Y X -IQ, IJ A A Ace Club, '24-'25. ANDREW EWING .... Nashville, Tenn Archie B. Martin Medal for Scholarship. ww. fi il , swf., W, .fi 'T-5Qf"' if fs A 3-1.-A .J Y if u -A -A 5-.ffl-I ' A if I'iL-f't""w""""'f-fkliw' "'E'-NUESEIDLT ,XXl',,,,.e ,,,, Q 4 JACK F. DEAN ...... Sarasota, Fla. JOI-IN ROBERT MOORE . . . Nashville, Tenn. A T Q qi A A RAYMOND D. FOWLER . . . Florence, Ala. , A T S2 Vanderbilt Band, '24-'25-'2G: Vanderbilt Players, '25-'ZGQ Chairman Inter-Frater- nity Stunt Night, '2G. E. J. GLENNON, JR .... Nashville, Tenn. K Z Owl Club, '24, Assistant Editor. RAY S. GIBSON ...... Dewitt, Ark KP K E WILLIAM H. HAYS, JR. . . Hannibal, Mo. IQ A HUBERT T. HOLMAN . . Fayetteville, Tenn. fb A A Member Forensic Council, '24-'25g Inter- collegiate Debater, '24-'25, President Dialectic Literary Society, '25-'26, RICHARD H. HUGHES . . New Orleans, La. XQQAA Vice-President Junior Law Class: John Marshall Law Club. ST. CLAIR HULTSMAN . . Little Rock, Ark. K 2, fb A fb Dialectic Literary Society: John Mar- shall Law Clubg President Junior Law Class, Member Student Council, '26: Traclt Squad, '25. EDWIN FRANCIS HUNT . . Nashville, Tenn. QBKQAQ Founder's Medal Academic Department, '24. EUGENE GRIGGS HUNTER, Johnson City, Tenn. KXAGQ John Marshall Law Club, '24-'25. W. EDWARD LEE . . . Wannesboro, Miss. I' H 1' Executive Chairman Deputation Bureau Y. M. C A., '25-'26, Dialectic Literary Society, John Marshall Law Club. ROBERT EVERETT LEE . . Pine Bluff, Ark. DON LEECH . ..... Topeka, Kan. II K A Vanderbilt Players, "Commodore" Rep- resentative Junior Law Class. VVM. MITCHELL MARTIN . Nashville, Tenn. K Z Ace Club, '24. JOHN TODD MCCALL . . Nashville, Tenn. KAQAA President of Class, '23-'24, Basketball, '24-'25, Owl Club, '25-'26, Dialectic Literary Society, '24-'25g John Marshall Law Club, '24-'25, THOMAS OSWALD MORRIS . Little Rock, Ark. I AXA DAN EVANS MOTHON . . Lynchburg, Tenn. ATQ,QAA GARNER M. PETRIE .... Fairview, Ky ENQBK, Calumet Club: Treasurer Philosophic Literary Society, '25-'26, Vanderbilt Union Board, Honor Roll, '21-'24. VV. GUERIN PULLEN . . Nashville, Tenn. W. RAYMOND RODDY . . . Portland, Ark. E X FRED M. RUSSELL .... Nashville, Tenn, KXAGQ Freshman Baseball, '24. HENRY RUSSELL SANDERS . Nashville, Tenn. ATQAQQ Freshman Football, '23: Captain Fresh- man Baseball, '24g Varsity Football, '24- '25g Varsity Basketball Squad, '25s Pres- ident Freshman Law Class, '24-'25, Var- sity Owl, '24-'25. MARION BRYANT SOLOMON Shelbyville, Tenn. A X A NED. A. STEWART .... Lewisville, Ark. 'IP A A John Marshall Law Club: Dialectic So- ciety. DANIEL LEE STREET ...- Cadez, Kentucky QAQTBKQAQ ANN MARGARET SUTHERLAND Nashville, Tenn. AAAQAA Class Sergeant-at-Arrns, '24-'253 Treas- urer Lotus-Eaters, '24-'25, Vanderbilt Players, '24-'25-'26, Secretary, '25-'26, Dialectic Literary Society, '24-'25, John Marshall Law Club. MAURICE JAMES VVILSON . . Bartow, Fla. 2 A E VVALTER T. VVOOD, JR. . Chattanooga, Tenn. Dialectic, '25-'26, John Marshall, '26g Freshman Basketball, '25, Freshman Baseball, '25. JOHN I'IANDLY WRIGHT . . . Tampa, Fla. A T A JAMES W. UNDERWOOD . VVest Orange, N. J. A K E LAWSON YATES .... . Fulton, Ky. E N Freshman Baseball, '23g Band, '23-'24- '25 Page sefventy-eight L .-.D .. .W f. A ..,.,...o,,..Jl. ,,..-,.fl.o,,,,,.fX, W., , . A .. .. .. .. ..... 1 ., . is ,,, A 7 VWQ. , 'M E M gm W-.. f -- , ..x, ' A- ..,,,, ,, 4' '- Nffj., ,",A' Q.: a:.D...L,ggL:.:,g::.: ,.L. .:i:.:.1,,3Q.,,Qgg:g,,7.fg,..:.t,5,.gH" " Za UIITOI' C1855 School of Medicine OFFICERS W. B. ADAMSON ..... ..... . ...... . . President PAUL NEAL . .... .... . . Vice-President O. O. WILLIAMS. . . . ...... Secretary-Treasurer EMMET HIGHTOWER . . . . Commodore Represenlatifue W. B. ADAMSON . . . Waxahachie, Tex. W. A. DEMONBREUN . College Grove, Tenn KP B II if B H B.S. T-'n't U iversity. YVz1.'zl1achie, , Texas, Fl'1esi1llw.nnH0nor Roll, TZLS-'24. EARL DENTDN DoRR1s . . . Bolivar, Tenn BEN LEE ALLEN ...... Athens, Ala. X Z X ' I' A A K 1' 2' T' ,KP , ' , X CHARLES ERNEST PARKER . . Newman, Ga A.B. University ot Alabama. I E N, q- X NOLEN ToM BARNES . . . Littlefield,Tex. A K K, fI1K 2 . Nashville, Tenn K K ELKINS L. RIPPY . . . A X A, A PUMPHREY ANDREW BEAL . . Taylor, Tex. CII I' A, A K K Sophomore Honor Roll Cfxcademicbg Baseball, '24, EDWARD REDDING EMENS . . . Trinity, Ala L. C. BRYAN ..... Sevierville, Tenn. 415 X 2 A E, fi: X GEO. DONALD CLEMENTS . . Tipton, Tenn. J, W- FORD ,,., , Hopes Bluff, Ala X Z X Page sefuenly-nine Sophomore Honor Roll, '29 JAKE JOSEPH GLABOFF . . Nashville, Tenn B B A L H -T T-an as K m"mVR'EsM 2115, Qff 'D fin S-afie 'TFT rom .1 , .. . , Q -V 5 5- L I-L rx., in .. ...,.,... . . S.-fS.s,,.ef, . ',,:l,e,, ,,fT..,, I Q -s OG, F I f ADDISON CLYDE GRIMES . Clayton, New Mex. MANSON B. PE'I'I'IT . . . May Pearl, Tex. if B II KID B II EDGAR F. HARBISON . Oklahoma City, Okla. COBB PILCHER ' 'P ' Nashville' Tenn' K 1 , EABQK BASCOM THOMAS HARRIS . Nicholasville, Ky. A KK EMMETT DYSART HIGHTOWER, Nashville, Tenn. KXAKK B.A., M.D., '27, Varsity Baseball, '21, 22, '23, '24, Owl Club, '22, Skull and Bones Club, '23, Student Council, '22-'23, Pan-Hellenic Council, '23, '24, '25, Vice- President Senior Class, '23, "Commo- dore" Representative Sophomore Med. and Junior Med. Class, '24-'25, Nemo Club, '22, Honor Roll, '21, Cum Laude, '23. RICHARD BRYAN HOLT . . Nashville, Tenn. A KK B.A., '23, M.D, '27, President Pre-Med Club, '21,'22, President Freshman Meds, '22-'23, Dennison Scholarship ln Re- search, '25-'26, DEMETRIUS NESTER Issos . Nashville, Tenn X Z X Honor Roll, '20, '21, '22, '24, '25, Schol- arship First and Second Years in Med- icine. LAWRENCE WILBURN LONG . Nashville, Tenn. KA,fIJX Class Baseball, '22, Skull and Bones Club, Senior Honor Roll, '23, Class Sec- retary and Treasurer, '24, Captain and Manager Class Baseball, '24, Medical Honor Roll, '24, Sophomore Football, '25, Manager South Campus Baseball Champs, '25, President Beaver Club, '25. FRANK HARPER LUTON . . Salisaw, Oki-a. ATLAKK CLEO MAURICE MILLER . . Edenwold, Tenn. KKQBHE Glee Club, 1921, Baseball, '23, '24, Cap- tain, '25. JOHN HENRY MITCHELL . . Jox, Fla. XZX PAUL A. NEAL, JR .... West Point, Tenn ATQAKK Nemo Club, Pre-Med Club, Sophomore Honor Roll. WILLIAM DRAPER NORTH . . Newnan, Ga. ENQX Honor Roll, '23, Honor Committee, '23, '24, President Skull and Bones Club, '22, '23, ' JAMES C. OVERALL . . . Nashville, Tenn. EXQX "Hustler" Staff, '19-'20, Business Mana- ger, "Jade," 1922-'23, Manager Track, '22, '23, Secretary Skull and Bones Club, '22, '23, Freshmen Medical Honor Com- mittee, Junior Medical Honor Commit- tgg South Campus, Tennis Team, '23-'24- ROBERT C. RIGGS .... Lexington, Ky. , AKKAEQ WALTER B. ROUNTREE . . . Hartselle, Ala. 2 N, fr X Varsity Football, '21, '22, '23, '24, Varsi- ty Track, '22, '23, '24, '25, Captain Track, '24, President Class, '20, Honor Committee, '20, Nemo Club, Owl Club, "Commodore" Club, Ace Club, Skull and Bones Club, "Commodore" Representa- tive, '22, Honor Committee, '23, B. U., - 224, Igigesident Class, '22, Honor Commit- ce,' . A. WARREN RUCKER .... Bedford, Va. fb B II Honor Roll, '23, '24, NORMAN LOUIS SCHMIDT . . Hartford, Conn. SIP X BELO STONE . .... Banquete, Texas 412' X President Sophomore Medical Class, '24, '25. EDWIN B. VAN NESS . . . Nashville, Tenn. ZMAKK PAUL WILKAIN WALKER . . . Poplin, Mo. fb K E, A K K Assistant Manager Track, '22-'23, Man- ager, '24 Track, Owl Club, '24, Skull and Bones Club, '22, '23, '24. ROGERS WILAND WALKER . Jacksonville, Fla. KZAKK HERBERT CAREY WALKER . Nashville, Tenn. A X A, A K K Skull and Bones Club, Class Baseball, Class Football. GEORGE D. WALLER . . . 2 N, fr X Varsity Football, '22, '24, '25, Varsity Track, '23, '24, '25, Captain Track, '25, Sergeant at Arms Junior Class, '23, Treasurer Skull and Bones, '22, Pan Hellenic Council, '23, '24, "Commodore" Club, '23. JOSEPH ROSCOE WATKINS . . London, Tenn. SIMON A. WTLE ..... Gallatin, Tenn. Z B T Honor Committee, '24, '25, Blue Pencil Club, Skull and Bones Club. OME WILLIAMS ..... Silmer, Tenn. X Z X PAUL SANDIDGE YORK .... Center, Ky. A K K, T K A Skull and Bones Club, '21-'22, '22-'23, '23-'24. ROBERT EVERXTT LEE . . . Pine Bluff, Ark. K A Page eighly C . C. C ., 44,..,.,,,w, C- U- ,, C F3 fy A Eiljwi fbf3'Q,.,1,'f?5sM.C.C2iifiy,5 EVW1-59TWT'7'H7 Cflgfxfm 157 QW' J Qf?"w4W",.:' -Ti:'7:?"1'i vw ' " A' '--N rfiss 1-H J-2:---- bv If V351 , L Q ,-gc ,rfwhg wo, , "" 4 nf ffm' M Q, ,,,, MA '-2 "Y' f A- unior Class Demstry OFFICERS KENNETH Wmmas . .... .... . Presidfm DAVID RICH ...... . . ..... . Vice-President GEORGE MATTHEWS . . ...... Serrelary-Treasurer RICHARD REDDEN . . Commodore Ropresontaiifve HARL CLIFTON CROUTHERS . Morrilton, Ark. LECPOLD HERCULES MELLER . Brooklyn, N. Y. E NI' 112 KID A X Page fighiy-one C W, M-, C. sl, fl I. fl, 7 ,A C, , , I C ,wH,-C ,, -H 'S 'W ., l gl I 'A'A f -' , " 'QQQ 'V il ' ' C "" "2?sfiM5"'Tf7f"5f ff- f gif ,.,, T.-Ii,-I1f'? lf? A sexy -'AA I w-'V I' jug ,gif i gfylw' gvgli'-"M" """ - ,,1. I E11 ,,--1 f .,x'f"" 5' 'ix I1 52 ...'. GEO. WHEELER MATTHEWS, Montgomery, Ala. RICHARD F. REDDEN .... Roanoke, Va. 2 N, T sz 2 N Class President, '25, Vice-President, '24, Secretary and Treasurer, '26, Frat Base- ball, '25-'26, Class Baseball, '25"26, Ten- nis Team, '25, Chairman Inter-Frat Athletic Com., '26, Treasurer Y. M. C. A., '26, Honor Committee, '24-'25-'26. DAVID RICE RICH . . . Birmingham, Ala. Class Secretary and Treasurer, '23-'24, "Commodore" Representative, '24-'25, Honor Council, '24-'25, Class Vice-Presb dent, '25-'26. Student Council Representative, '24, Secretary and Treasurer, '25, "Commo- dore" Representative, '26, Honor Com- mittee, '24-'25-'26, Interfrzttcrnity Base- ball, '24, Glee Club, '25, -KENNETH WAssoN VVINDES . . Durant, Okla. K2,To "Commodore" Representative, '24, Vice- President, '25, President, '26, Honor Committee, '24-'25'26, Varsity Basket- ball, '25-'26, Interfraternity Basketball '25-'2G. Page eighty-lfwo 'Tim' f? fi, 315 ,fp W tr? 'YA Qing? f?Yh'7?5T-7' K Aff?" 55-V5 Q2 0 47fLfWW'M""'m'4i f ., NS , 3:vf2ff:frY' ' VN 074 'fS..W-M--MW--453 '? ff, iii" 4 w57,,f D I Ng fr, M, plz., ,.,.,...... .,,. ., . 5 -4 3 D ., ,ff . Q 61,2-.'f 'ifffsf ff gif-K 151 "fl 'mi ' JC?-fi ' vi, Qffwgfyz , E Wf ggi Muff- H55 52?j'A'g.2g2,.1i.f.?5,.--1,a.f1,,mu.fi,f5.,ffiL,i,fi.iL3..gs1.,.,.,q'1 4 " ef '-4 "x'5'N"L wwf ,-WMMM. .MW ,... WM-wffxf-"X W -f S- , , ..... , ,. V. 5:5 W. .. L. ,.,. , . . , V., "N'w"7" , 3 3'f,?9' 24 xziamf5z,5g.wmg - f -..f,,,21VmW-W 4' WQL3, eg 2 C J F u1JIw11I Page eighty-three . A A L. . - . . .-.ll ,W,I"l, , ,,, .A .L DL ,-,-,...,,.., El rf .ff ff I fp " , ,xyve:f"'I ffAfZ..'?.4...gg,.,'A,-5.1 via f J" , ,1 F f Q ', QA ' . A.. I f...ff"' P D Q' . f5f':,f5wfRBILT - AAAA Y?-'J ,eq ,., .gf 2551! 5 355 .fl ff iff -I 5.lSQ11'jf-'-'S 5 .r , .-,' fi5iQx5iif X nf "xiii, ,. - is ,yy- Sophomore Class ACad.6H1iC OFFICERS WILLIAM SPEARS . . . LARRY CRESON . . BESS BROWN ..... FRANK BRIDGES . . J. T. DAVIS . . MARY ROBERT ALLEN . . Nashville, Tenn. E A. EDWIN ANDERSON . . Nashville, Tenn. WIRT MAYO ARMISTEAD, JR., Nashville, Tenn. E A E Hand, '24, '25, Head Cheer Leader, '25, '26 SPERRY BROWN . . Dallas, Texas CLEANTH BROOKS, JR .... Alexandria, La. A T Q Blue Pencil Club, '25, '26, Philosophic Literary Society Debating Team, '25, . . . .... . Prexident . . . . ..Vice-President . . . . . . Secretary-Treasurer . Commodore Representative . .Honor Co,m1nittee G. DAN BROOKS .... . Martin, Tenn. E N Freshman Basketball and Baseball, '25, Interfraternity Basketball, '25, Interfra- ternity Baseball Champs, '25. HOWARD BIERNE BURWELL . Nashville, Tenn. K, A EDWIN ROANE BUSTER, JR. . Kingsland, Ark. 2 A E HENRY H. BLACKBURN . Bowling Green, Ky CIP K XP JOHN VAUGHN BLAKE . Floresville, Texas K E Freshman Track Page eighty-four s . I ,7 A, ,A ,... MW , ,1.,, W... U,-,..A,, M, ,V ,AA. L, L ,L . ,..,, t we W., sfffl ,pq fI1T2.,- .M .,,.U..a..ag,ggNw wfe,v,,..1,p M1 -X , 1 VKX: la' ELWFQQ A l"kf??'-A W5 -:J W K- 'AI' I f' Y' LCN,-'ITF' Sw i ff I ,gm .,.. ,,,,., 6' 221 Lf l rv S , 'E' SX ,ff svfzdffg 1 - :Agiais..-vie.J:e.,-aias..,J4?t.M..1-.L.:..,timeif G-Qwf We 'I "M .-Wm lf if Cafe f' 'z' Asad- 2 f N, -.f,::ff:,, 5 I are It turf.--,wf i ,, ,a ,..h,.. ,,L.. .,,. ,.,. .,,, ,, 5 A.1,.,.,. ,. WNW a.f:.z5a,i.e..:a,,:,W:feQ-fgsiaai Cams W- ,ws -v f Mme-xi-Wmfwsvyzaif,ff2,a:Wf..,,2m:.tm23,A NATHAN AMES BOATNER . . Sumner Miss. ANNA ELIZABETH BATTLE . Nashville Tenn. 3 7 A K E A A .A Assistant Circulation Manager "Hust- ler," '25, '26, CHARLES HENRY BOYLE . . Memphis, Tenn. 2 A E LEO BOLES . .... Nashville, Tenn. B 9 II Vanderbilt Band. DEWITT V. BOOTH .... Hartselle, Ala. CP-A9 FRANCES BAUGH .... Franklin, Tenn A A A Lotos Eaters, '25, '26. FRANK G. BRIDGES, JR. . . Pine Bluff, Ark E A E Freshman Baseball, '25, Capt. Freshman Basketball, '25, Ace Club, Student Council, Student Activities Board. EDWARD BRITTAIN . . . Nashville, Tenn E X Blue Pencil Club, '24-'25, '25-'26, Vice- Fresident Blue Pencil Club, '25-'26, "Hustler," ,24-'25, '25-'26. RIX V. COLES .... Springfield, Tenn Philosophic Literary Society. CHARLES WILKERSON COOK . Nashville, Tenn K! A Ace Club. LOUISE CRAIG ...... Ripley, Tenn A 0 II President Lotos Eaters, '25, '26. LARRY B. CRESON, Pre-Law, Memphis, Tenn E A E Freshman Football, Baseball, Basket- ball, Vice-President Sophomore Class. MARY IRENE CUMMINS . Harriman, Tenn Pre-Med JOHN DUKE BALDRIDGE . . Jackson, Tenn E A E Freshman Basketball, Y. M. C. A. Cab- inet, Football Squad, '25. FRANCIS M. BASS, JR. . . Nashville, Tenn. Blue Pencil Club, '24, '25. Page eighty-ffve Chairman Freshman Girls, '24, '25, Pan- Hellenic Council, '25, '26, Student Coun- cil, '25, '26, Honor Committee, '25, '26. JANE BEASLEY ..... Nashville, Tenn. A 0 II Lotos Eaters, '25, '26 MARY BAIRD DICKEY . . Nashville, Tenn. A A A VVALTER S. DRAPER . . Dyersburg, Tenn. A K E Freshman Football, '24, Ace Club, '25. CLARENCE W. CALVERT . . Culleoka, Tenn. II K A Ace Club. Freshman Football, Basketball. Base- ball. '23-'24, Varsity Football and Base- ball Squad, '24-'25. HENRY M. CARNEY . . Tullahoma, Tenn. A T A Pre-Med MILLIAN M. CARR, JR. . . Nashville, Tenn. fl' K XI' JOHN F. CASON . . . Murfreesboro, Tenn. K' A Pre-Med HUGH ARTHUR CECIL . . . Orlando, Fla. Freshman Football Team, Varsity Foot- ball, '25, JACK CHESNEY .... Middlesboro, Ky. E X Freshman Track Team, '25, JOSEPH LEON COHEN '. , Nashville, Tenn. . Z B T "Hustler" Staff. WILLIAM F. HOBBY . . Nashville, Tenn. WILLIAM L. HOOEF, JR. .- . Nashville, Tenn. K A Freshman Track Team, '25. BILL HoPsoN . . . . Little Rock, Ark. E X .A e A fl L A n? 97. ff Q35 H7 VF ff 53 .. J ' l"'n'sfy'7T" T"f3'f'? J be ' I ,ft Q I so ' df- 0.fffJ"' ri- :fL1.i'fw.x - 'Q . 5 e.--Mi. 07 .5 ii DERBILT' iriMi'C5'DkTll1lf A ,,.7 if-E. ...V 3 K "W ' ' -' Z2 -4 9 Q 22 3 -. ROBERT BOORER HUNT . . . Memphis, Mo. JOHN F. HANNA .... Nashville, Tenn. 2 X if K XI' Masquerarleig '24, '25: Blue Pencil Club. gHUSi1Gl'," '25gPl'MasqueradeI'," ' , ' 'g resident Blue encil Club, '25, -- .wz ..H,,St,e,,.. .25, .26 AUGUSIUS BYRON HILL . . Jackson, Tenn. II K A . 'AI-I ' ---, - BARNEY E. EATON . . . Nashville, Tenn Ciettgfmlst Club' Dmcctm Lltumy so K' A Swimming Team, '24, ESTHER HILL . I I Mt' Pleasant, Tenn. I A O II OHN EARLY R. .... Nashville Tenn I D E A E DOROTHY KIRK .... Nashville, Tenn. Freshman Baseball, '25, K A 9 , Lotos E8.tGl'S. RALPH W. EDWARDS . . jacksonville, Fla A K E ROBERT JAKES . . Nashville, Tenn. Freshman Football, '23. ROBERT B. EWIN l n , . Franklin, Tenn ELIZABETH CLARK JENKINS . Nashville, Tenn. E X Blue Pencil Club. JOHN W. DAVIDSON . . Fayetteville, Tenn JAMES R. DAWSON . . . Birmingham, Ala. A T SZ Ace Club, Swimming Team. ANDREW C. FANT, JR .... Macon, Miss. E X ROscoE FAULRNER . . Carrsville, Ky LEON FISHMAN ..... Trenton, Tenn Z B T WILLIAM FITZGERALD FAY . Memphis, Tenn. K A CLIFTON BOYKIN FLINN . Hernando, Miss. 2 A E SAMUEL MILTON FLEMING . Franklin, Tenn. 2 A E Fraternity Basketball, '25p Vanderbilt Band, '25, JAMES HAROLD FONVILLE, Chattanooga, Tenn A T SZ Glee Club. ELEANOR FIELD HAGGARD . Nashville, Tenn. 1' if B REBECCA JOHNSON . . . Nashville, Tenn. A E 'IP Pan-Hellenic Council, '25-'26, JOHN A. JOHNSTON .... Hickman, Ky. fb K 11' LUCY JOSLIN . . Belleview, Tenn. DAN GERMAN, JR .... Franklin, Tenn. KT A Vanderbilt Band. VVHITE E. GIBSON, JR. . Birmingham, Ala. A T A EWIN GRAHAM ...... Paducah, Ky. A K E Band. V. H. GRIFFIN ..... Nashville, Tenn. A T A Freshman Honor Committee, '24, '25, "Commodore" Representative, '24, '25, LEON E. GROSS ..... Zanesville, Ohio. Z B T Ace Club, '25, 'ZGQ "HuStlel"' Staff, '25, '26, Blue Pencil Club, '25, '26. JOE MORSE, JR ..... Nashville, Tenn. Z B T Golf Squad, "Hustler." MARY NEIL Moss . . Gallatin, Tenn. Page eiyhty-six E11 R QCP' f- -fri' A -2 AW E, ,,fw ,J 31355, -E, , ,Q 3 4' CARVER MORTON LACKEY . II K A BRUCE Y. LANIER . . B. T. LANGAN, JR .... KID K XI' PERCY LEE LAWRENCE, JR. HOWARD CARL LAVENDER . GEORGIA BENTON LEDBETTER . AOII Nashville, Tenn Nashville, Tenn . . Cairo, Ill . . Crowley, La Nashville, Tenn Lotos EatGl'S. CHARLES LEWIS . . GUY ALLEN LINDsEY, JR. . E X CARL LIPSCOMB .... E A E RALPH W. LUTEN . . Nashville, Tenn . Portland, Ark. Cleveland, Tenn. Waverly, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. CIP K NP Ace Club. DOVIE G. MATISON . . . Nashville, Tenn. A E fb A. G. MAXWELL, JR. . . Cookeville, Tenn. K E FXNLEY MCILWAINE . . . Nashville, Tenn. X Q ROBERT E. MCINTUFF . . Nashville, Tenn. ELIZABETH MCLANE . . . 1' KID B C0-Editors, '24-'25, '25-'26, '25 '26 JAMES H. MEEK .... E A E Nashville, Tenn. Lotus Eaters, . Camden, Ark. JOHN WOOTTEN MEREDITH . Scottsville, Ky AXA Glee Club, '25, '26, Vanderbilt Band, '24-'25, '25-'26. Page eighty-sefuen EDWARD CLIFTON MILNER . Gulfport, Miss. CII K E WILLIAM MITCHELL . . . Nashville, Tenn. A T A Ace Club, -25, '26, THOMAS WILLS MOORE K A . . . Mobile, Ala. FRANK A. MOORE . . Bethel, Tenn. G. A. PURYEAR, JR .... Nashville, Tenn. 2 N President Ace Club. HARRY N. O'CALLAGHAN . Nashville, Tenn. ' - A X A Fresh Basketball, Freshman Baseball. STOCTON ODOMS . . Macon, Ga. FRANCES NEEL ..... Newberry, S. C. A A .A Student Couneilg Lotos Eaters, '25, '26, C. W. NESTOR ..... Nashville, Tenn. ' E A E ELIZABETH NILES . . . Union City, Tenn. K A 9 R. VANCE NORFLEET . . . Memphis, Tenn. K E Freshman Football and Basketball, '24, Football Squad, '25. LOUIS MARKS . .... Nashville, Tenn. Z B T 'Biue Pencil Ciub, '25-'26s "HuSi1GI"' Staff, '26, Alchemist Club, '25. ROSLYN MARTIN .... Nashville, Tenn. A E 412' JOHN MYERS MASON . . Clarksville, Tenn. B 9 II CARROLL MARTIN .... Huntsville, Ala. X CD Alchemist Club. RICHARD P. STUBBINS . . . Pensacola, Fla. 2 X . .--ll A . ' ' ' .. P " " " ' ' 1,.-,.L,.....,,.,-....,5 F' ' ' "7" " fins- --N-. - 'Tweez- W3-B C'-7 1 I-wif? sliifsrsfj 1 ,.- - .- jo, fwf' P ' xv .2-fe-A 359 PNDEB?l LT -'Q 2- 2 ge?E:f,v Ei 3 CQIWI AODQISTXN ,is Mg, -ff Z' 21. El .li I We I ""-'L Q -f ,. "' - I . am. -Mm - ,..- Z ..a-....,,..a .,.. .W ---f. I . ,L,.N, C's2f,s.. .-,. .... .S ,.L.. li ,..., GLENN SWEENEY . . Cornersville, Tenn. PHIL MINNIS SHERRILL . . Nashville, Tenn. K A RUTH RICHMOND , .... Nashville, Tenn. K A 9 HAZEL L. SIMON .... Nashville, Tenn. LOi10S Eaters. GRAHAM M. RUSHTON . Montgomery, Ala B 6 1'I Giee Club, '25. EMMETT RUssELL, JR. . . Nashville, Tenn A X A Ace Club, Blue Pencil Club. VIVIAN B. RUTHERFORD . . Miami, Fla A X A Blue Pencil Club, '24, '25, Vanderbilt Swimming Team, '24. NAN RUTH PARRISH . . . Nashville, Tenn. ETE Pan-Hellenic Council. JOE WEBB PEOPLES . . . Nashville, Tenn E X A. W. PIERCE .... Fort Worth, Texas. E A E MATTHEW B. PILCHER, III . Nashville, Tenn. K A ROBT. B. PURYEAR, JR. .. . Nashville, Tenn 2 X R. M. THOMAS . . , . . Shelbyville, Tenn. B 9 II Ace Club. ARNES TRAVIS ..... Nashville, Tenn. E T E GEORGE F. SENSABAUGH . Nashville, Tenn X 'fb Glee Club, '25, Alchemist Club, '24, '25, VERNON H. SHARP, JR. . . Nashville, Tenn. IPAQ Freshman Basketball, '24, Freshman Football, '24, Vice-President Freshman Class, President Freshman Bible Class, Variety Football Squad, '25, Ace Club. A1341 ' Co-Editors, '24, '25, '26, Vice-President, '25. '26, Pan-Hellenic, '24, '25. FRANK SLEMONS . . . . Nashville, Tenn. Blue Pencil Club. VALLIE GOLD SMITH . . . Nashville, Tenn. I' 113 B Pan-Hellenic, Y. YV. C. A. Cabinet, Lotos Eaters. JACK E. SMITH, Pre-Med . . Corinth, Miss. A X A GEORGE YVALTERS, Pre-Med . . Ensley, Ala. ALINE VVEBB ..... Nashville, Tenn. K A 9 EXlNE WYCHE 'WEBB . . Nashville, Tenn. K A 9 Student Council, '25, '26. BERNARD M. WIENSTEIN . Nashville, Tenn. Z B T Assistant Leader of Band. GEORGE NILAN . . . Hurricane, W. Va. K 2 MARY ELIZABETH VVILSON . Nashville, Tenn. K A 9 ALBERT G. WILSON .... Mayfield, Ky. X 112 Ace Club, '25. CHARLES WIKLE .... Franklin, Tenn. K A CHARLES SLOAN VAUOHN . Nashville, Tenn. 111 A 9 Swimming Team, '25, CORINNE HAYES FANBESLEY . Nashville, Tenn. A 0 H Lotos Eaters, Student Council. Page eighty-eight Fl B , Ai-R..A-..N-f ,...-r-- ,7 . ,LW ,Ak ,L..,,..,.....,.l'L-.,...-.. ..,..,.,.,,...,. I J, W, K ,W V W fill M72 052 if? ....-.....2f51-ij V WE ff ., l wwf' VHV77 'rf fm M , QQ - bsslfw We Emi , I, , ff.. .-zyiyfi-gf 9 ,, L 93 fl' "gJ,,.iA----M-A-w...fgf A1 QL., i"""C Q , ,fp I N"-NN W" if- Ali., ,eil Q 4 'iff f.,,f""" ' "W-V-?4e?fe' g'm""1 Q ND LT E. 52. 2 lAA - A,-' R- f A,,V ,,,, .. 1. l ' COPNMODO 'LJ "3 V . P ,. A- mf'1f2"f '3?R'.,.:'v.....,, iff 1 ij A 'I A wmil 'f ff? WWW 5' liifxif' i .f A ,,,,, ,. Q -3 5 R55 4,1 " :L g LT. :l,......fL..z..LL.,i!1.-.7f fi'-L33 -5 - 'f fy, S C. V. NORRED ...... JOHN H. DEWITT, JR. . FRANK HIGHTOWER OPIIOIIIOITEC Class Engineering OFFICERS . ..... . President . . . . . . Vice-Prfsidenl . . Serrctary-Treasurer JAMES ERWIN . . . Serycarzl-at-Arms JOHN DEWITT, JR .... Nashville, Tenn. VVILLIE LEE HOOD . . . Greenwood, S. C. fir A 9 K A Vice-President Sophomore Engineering Class' WARREN OWENS LAMB . . Nashville, Tenn. , E N JAMES ERWIN ..... Nashville, Tenn. B 9 H WALTER CLYDE LONG . . Nashville, Tenn. Sergeant-at-A1'ms of Sophomores Engi- RALPH S. MOONEY . . Nashville Term. I I'!Gel'S. A R . . N h 'll T . . EUGENE LEWIS FRAZEK A as V1 6' em CALDWELL V. NORRED, JR. . Nashville, Tenn. A T A Vice-President Freshman Engineers: President Sophomore Engineersg Fresh- MALCOLM M. GIBBS . . Thompsons, Tenn. man Football: Basketballg Baseball. GARLAND M. SWEENEY . . Nashville, Tenn. JAMES ELDRED HALLEY . . Nashville, Tenn. Page eighty-nine Band, '22g Band, '25. ATA . D. - . . ll fl A . w ' J' ' J "' "' ' ' TJ" 5 x,.. .,., "L ' ' 1' " ' 215' F Tfis-1-f'1' ' Q 5 l Ei. E' N 'A-'L A-X 52- 11 E - 5.4! .-.'i?y1.:,:.'1yr1." ..:.:,. m ' J" Q Ry,-f -21,15 ,g,""K' Q!'PNDER,Bl LT gif iles 351 gl 2 P ,E if Q0 ,, CQ X Q :,,.e.: Cxy fr lan! Q.. ..,s,w.f:,Tjf EQQZQQQQ QC 3 ,z if ,Q. ' S Q2 gjigmg 2.2, dk ,. H, ' 1 JI 1' , Al ' . A " M 4' fii . Q. , Ek ,, . haw-Q12 - 14-A efkxitgnm ,I -"1 ,Q 'X -QQ H" .E l ' .K 3 ,,x. flee M. , D, 1,4 ,MvML,,,,L,,,g, ,adm ,..,. g.2,t........" D -'f f 'N M 'T esi.L.L:e..2D.aeLep.e.e.,e..De.-X SNK.,EeJ.s.Qze?:m.2X..,s,..:-ms L, ,gqwiigs I I Sophomore Class School of Medicine OFFICERS J. TDM JACKSON . . D. W. SMITH. . . A. D. LADD ....... W. D. STRAYHORN, JR. . JOSEPH W. ALEORD, JR. . Lewisburg, Tenn. E N, fb X Glee Club, '22-'23, '23-'24, '24-'25, Pres- ident Glee Club, '24-'25, Owl Club, Skull and Bones Clubg Nemo Club, Sergeant at-Arms Freshman Medical Class. CORNELIUS ANDERSON . . . Lexington, Ky. B e II, A X 2 President of Class, '24, '25. JAMES FRAZIER BINNS . . Nashville, Tenn. fb X Glee Club, '23, '24, '25g Skull and Bones, '23-'24. CLIFFORD G. BLITCH .... Raiford, Fla A T o, A K K I . .... . President . . ..... . Vice-President . . . . . Secretary-Treasurer Commodore Representative BYRON EUGENE BOYER . . Carmi, Ill. DAVID DECATUR CARR . Blountville, Tenn. R. R. CROWE . . Greenwood Springs, Miss. CIP B H HALE ELLICOTT CULI.oM . Nashville, Term. A K E, A K K Freshman Medical Football: Captain Freshman Medical Baseball Team: Ch3il'IT13.l'l Freshman Ball Team: Chair- man Medical Banquet Committee: South Campus Banquet Committee. WILLIAM W. DEDMAN . Lawrenceburg, Ky. A K K Page ninety P .L.M Lau.. - -.Msw2 A.A, .,n 1 W. 5-4 me . 0,1 v ,7 ... W., .,.--.l, ,ia T, ,.- of-M ...,7,,.,,.1,. -- W, arp C - ,,,-,L,,,,,,,.,,..., 53,5 3? o,,:Qa,.2m-5' L SN be J ! I ' f ,C Z X91 , I ,KV as I I 4 , X f I 7 i ff 1 5 3 'fs ' M" R I f ff' W,,1 .si -mf .ffm . ' ' iW?XMeTWBMJBWMTWbMQyrn?Qa1QumiaRiqbeiikakuffgbat ,,,.. W 'Hg..w.,,,, .'., ,,,, L " ' " X' MICHAEL J. DEVITO . . . Hartford, Conn. WILLIS NEVILLE .... Winfield, Kans. A K K 'IP X JACOB DUNCAN FARRIS , , , Salem, Ky, RICHARD A. O'BRIEN . . . Corning, N. Y. fb B II 2 X Honor Committee, '25, '26, FREDERICK W. FARLEY . . flf B H Vice-President Class, . Hutta, Texas '24, '25. JAMES COLLIE GARDNER . . . Danville, Va. KE,TX Nemo Club, '22, "Commodore" Club, '24, Freshman Medical Baseball Team, '24, EMMIDIO LEON GASPARI . . . Toledo, Ohio A 111 A DOUGLAS CHAS. HAISTEN . Brundidge, Ala. 'Iv X Secretary and Treasurer Freshman Med- ical Class, '24, '25, Freshman Football, Freshman Baseball. JAMES THOMAS JACKSON .... Big Rock Skull and Bones Club, '22, '23, '24, Pres- ident of Skull and Bones Club, '23, '24, Dialectic Literary Society, '22, '23, '24, Y, M. C. A. Cabinet, '23, '24, Sophomore Honor Roll, '23, '24, Freshman Medical Football Team, '24, President Sophomore Medical Class, '25, '26. CARROLL B. JONES . Villa Americana, Brazil ARNETT DAENEY LADD . . Cerculean, Ky. TX Secretary and Treasurer Class. of Sophomore A. J. LELAND . . . . Madison, Ind. A 'I' JOE ED MCCLELLAN .... Kelso, Tenn. SI' B H LESTER E. MCDONALD . San Antonio, Texas LID X BEN HAMILTON NICHOLSON, Columbia, Tenn. BOHTXET Secretary and Treasurer Owl Club, '24, '25, President Blue Pencil Club, '23, '24, Calumet Club, "HUSt1Gl"' Staff, "Y, M. C. A. Cabinet, Student Council, Fresh- man Medical Honor Committee, Sopho- more Honor Roll, Skull and Bones Club. age ninety-one Honor Committee. LORENZO LYNN PARKS . . . Gleason, Tenn. fl' B II Honor Committee, '25, '2c. TRAVIS H. MARTIN . . . . Danville, Va. fl, B H VVILLIAM W. RUCRS, JR. Oklahoma City, Okla. EXTX Freshman Baseball Team, '22, Skull and Bones Club, '23, '24, Sophomore Honor Roll, '23. FRED FOSTER RUDDER . . . Stevenson, Ala. ' ATAAKK Sophomore Honor Roll Class Baseball, '22, Skull and Bones Club, '23, '24, AI- chemist Club, '24, Doubles Champion WVest Campus, '23, Singles and Doubles Champion VVest Campus, '24, Single and Doubles Champion, '25, President Ten- nis Club, '24, Varsity Tennis Team, '25, Pan-Hellenic Council fACademicl. WILLIAM D. STRAYHORN, JR., Nashville, Tenn. A K K Skull and Bones Club, '23, '24, Sopho- more Honor Roll, '22, '23, Freshman Football, Basketball. LOUIS A. SCHNEIDER . New York City, N. Y. E A II Freshman Basketball, Freshman Foot- ball, Freshman Baseball. JOHN SHELL . . . Vlfaxahatchie, Texas Ill B II LOUIS M. SMITH .... Russellville, Ark. KXAKK DAUGH W. SMITH . . . Barbourville, Ky. ATQQBH Vice-President of Sophomore Class. PAUL E. VVILSON ..... Gunton, Miss. ATQAKK BERNARD O.VVISE . . . Nashville, Tenn. A 'I' E A , . Llfla. ...fi A ., ,A v ' 7 ff ,I vb, ff' ff Q X Ml- .I W Y x-lf" " ' '1"'7"'Wi WM' A' A Y ' + Wk -aify-NT' V A53:'?' 79 M 1:11 fz:a12fe"'-'3"'si1'f2Za L il?-,ff "'A H liaise--We 5""N's5f-Nsgzig' W E ' " 2 L' X J.,,,w-J V e Qjef-Q -YUM-s,iQfjgQ,b tz:,IiT':.Q lg Q N .Fifi tu -,eggs :sa.ffiN,1',..f' .- L ,,., wi f., 4isVl1s...NV AC, A lil W" ,, .W M". ..., .,.Jf7fi?'5 '1.fMf,Mff7f,5.f.fQff3X.,, N952-N .... XYM, , ..... , , fi A ..L37"iX il-L-...f..5!.QL.,1T.J.,L,.lL,1'A.. .l.,Q..???L'fE.' 'V7'.....,"9f'f5.-L53 xx Sophomore lass Dentistry PAUL EBERT . . I . President J. M. PIERCE ..... Secretary-T1-myurgr J. M. PEPPER . . . . Vice-Preszdent CHARLES RUssEL . Commodore Representative PAUL RODNEY EBERT .... Roanoke, Va. JOHN MARVIN PEPPER . . . Pensacola, Fla. 2 N, N11 sz E A E, if Q President Sophomore Dental Class, Cap- tain Class Basketball and Baseball, '25g Interfraternity Baseball and Basketball: Y, M. C. A.g Athletic Committee South Campus. W. B. ENGLAND .... Huntsville, Ala. EXP? ' N. D. GRIFEITI-I ..... Haskell, Okla. Alf Q, K 2 Class President, '24-'25, South Campus Promotion: Committee, '24-'25, KEENE M. HILL . . ., . . Raydure, Ky. AEA Inter-Class Basketball and Baseball, '24-'25g South Campus. THos. J. HUEY, .... . Keaner, Ala. XI' 111 Class Basketball, '24-'25. F. O. MEACHAM . . . Chattanooga, Tenn. Alf K2 WILEER E. MECOM . . Wisner, La. JOE MELLER . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. J. RICHARD MORAN . . El Salvador, C. A. ViCe-President, '24-'25, '25-'26, Sguth Campus, Promotion Committee, '24-'25, South Campus Inter-Class Basketball and Baseball, '24-'25, JAMES MADISON PIERCE, JR. . Shreveport, La. A T A, sp o Sec-retary-TI'eaSuI'er Sophomore Dental Classg "Comn'Ioclo1'e" A'Pst, '25, Mana- ger Class Baseball Teamg Member Y. M. C. A. Tennis Committee. CHARLES F. RUSSELL, JR. . Nashville, Tenn. A K E Freshman Baseball and Basketball, '22, Varsity Baseball, '233 President Fresh- man Class, '23, Owl Clubg "Commodore" Iglepresentative of Sophomore Dental ass. HELEN F. A. SMITH . . . Nashville, Tenn ALTON VV. STOGNER ..... Tylertown XII Q - Class Basketball. JOSEPH ERVIN SWANN . Cross Plains, Tenn. Inter-Class Basketball and Baseball South Campus, '24-'25. L. C. TEMPLETON . . . Wlncliester, Tenn. A 2 A JOHN L. TPIURMAN . . . Nashville, Tenn. xIr Q JACK XfEARWOOD , . . Fayetteville, Tenn. A T SZ 5, .,N, FLW, ,. , , A. I .-,' -EMM. , , N K, , .V 3 ,tif W 4. -112.1 .z Q MJ, -.A,Q:343N:. If E M , ,H J d". ,.,, Y 5-Swxq g ' y -M, .,,,. 5, ,g V5 A , jr R- ,f 'L 1, 4,3 j gf AMX wtf. .f,,. 1, x QLYXMM,-1, .XL fx inf ....,.. , ...W ,i V,.A- YKXIV . V.. ,I ,N,,,,A V vgglls M H . A H i m "'G "fX f C,,4L.,.gg..:... ..nl-V..,,....,,g..,...,1k..,..I.ffWQL1 .MJ ,,... ...:.4-.g3 a.J.,.4,,.L,zhnZ:,:f MA.vN 3 Page ninety-three FBEEHMEN I L L I L L fl I Us , rs 'D l'i'f'NiQff,si, ,... Riiffzi lf RW JJ-iff? .. 8? W, l-LTL M gf- Q. I-T V W , ' ""' "" - i.b '-'A f FTCSIIIIIELII Class ACHCIICIHIC OFFICERS ROBERT SIMS ..... .... ......... . P resident JAMES ARMISTEAD .... .... . . Vice-President ELIZABETH CREIGHTON . . . Secretary-Treasurer RALPH ADAMs .... Woodbury, Tenn. ROBERT BACHMAN, Pre-Med . . Rome, Ga. ROY PATTON ALLEN . . . Belmont, Miss. fb K E KATHERINE ANDREWS . . Nashville, I' 111 B JAMES C. ARMISTEAD . . Nashville, E A E Pre-Med Vice-President Freshman Class, Capt and Treasurer Football. THEODORE ROE AUSTIN . Greenwood Pre-Med Tenn. Tenn. ain , Miss. JAMES RUSSELL BAILEY . . Coffeeville, Miss. A K E Pre-Med JOHN AUBREY BALL . . . Nashville, Tenn. K A MILTON AUSTIN BAREEE . Springfield, Tenn. JAMES H. BOLES . . . McMinnville, Tenn. Pre-Med LUTHER BOONE . . . Chattanoooga, Tenn. A X A Freshman Football Squad. Page ninety-four W A , ,..,,. A M.- ., Af? ,. 4.AAA.,AW QL fx. .-.A -,.. A i 3 r NX? :PN A,,.z5.A N, l . Yip 4 gy,,,,ff' . w.zra,,,, 5. .. ii.. i'5:if'15's WWA if-' Q W A " .ff me A-QM' .L . ,L News if if .L ,..,. ,,Y, . , .. ., 2. W' Ki321LLLz4f...4.s.,. f"f "" V215 MARX J. BORODESKY . . . Merigold, Miss. ALTON RHEA CRAWFORD . Nashville, Tenn. Z B T A T Sl Delta Medal American History, Delta. l section, Miss. ELIZABETH D. CREIGHTON . Nashville, Tenn. LYNN VANE BEDFORD . . Nashville, Tenn. K A 9 . Secrctamy and Tl'G8.SUl'GF Frcshmaii Class. EWING L. BRADFORD . . Nashville, Tenn. JAMES W. CRUTCHER, JR. ' Nashville, Tenn. 'A 9 , A T A Reprcsexitatlve JOHN STERLING BRANSFORD . Nashville, Tenn. LAWSON DAVIS "" 1 ' Nashville' Tenn' ,P A 9 A K Ii . HERALD BREWING I . ' Vvashingtonv D. C' GARNER DEVOE .... Nashville, Tenn. 1 Y K A Z A JAMES WILLIAM BREW ' ' Nashville, Tenn. HENRY GROVES DINNING . Columbia, Tenn. A T Q B 9 H Pre-Med I1OYT M. DOBBS, JR. . . Birmingham, Ala. . . 'IP A 9 DONALD BROCK .... . Miami, Fla. 2 X HELEN MAYES DODD . . . Nashville, Tenn. A O II JOHN NEIL BROWN . . . Anemore, Tenn. Band. A T A A. G. DONAHOO .... Birmingham, Ala. MARY FRANCES BURKS . . Nashville, Tenn. -A K E A A A , GLENN DOYLE ..... Nashville, Tenn. FRANK BRENT BURNS, A.B. . . Laurel, Miss. 4' K XI' BILLY FITE BURROW, B.S' 1 ' Milan, Term. GILFORD DUDLEY, JR. . . Nashville, Tenn. A T 9 fb A 9 Pre-Law EVELYN DUNCAN .... Nashville, Tenn. ROBERT KING BURTON . . Memphis, Tenn. K A 9 X fb CARREMAYE EVANS . . . Nashville, Tenn. WALTON CARR ..... Nashville, Tenn. F fp B K 2 EDWARD S. EVANS, Pre-Med, Columbia, Tenn. FRANCES C. CARTER Nashville, Tenn. B 9 H A O II CHAS. H. J. FEXGENBAUM . Nashville, Tenn. CATHERINE P. CHESTER . . Nashville, Tenn. J. O. FINNEY, JR., Pre-Med, . Florence, Ala. K A 9 JASON H. FLOYD .... Senatobia, Miss. RICHARD H. CHENOWETH . Nashville, Tenn. Z A E J. W. CLAIBORNE . . . Dyersburg, Tenn. JOHN S- FOSTERI JR ---- BirmiHgham,A1a. , A .K E CANNON D. CLARK .... Tuyselo, Miss. q, A 9 THOMAS A. GRIMES . . . Nashville, Tenn. , QI: K X11 WOODFORD CLAYPOOL .... Franklin, Ky. Band, LEWIS L. GRIFFIN .... Aberdeen, Miss. JAMES KEEBLE CLAYTON, Murfreesboro, Tenn HORACE J, HABER , , Nashville, Tenn K? A "MasqueI'aClex"' Staff. JAMES THOMAS COUCH, JR. . McKinney, Page ninety-jffue E A E Band. Tenn OLIVER E. HILDEDRAND . White Haven, Tenn RIP A 9 RORT. COLLIER HOLMES . . Santa Fe, Tenn President Y. M. C. A., '23, '24, '25, 17, Wg- 5- iff ' Ruby' P l--fr QN ..,.,,,,.QlT ' 'yfAX-,.q,vjg,f?fJ V1 Lgyf ,in 1.5, .,.v - .:. 'Y of-5 .- 1 1751. wx M A ...rQ,..--:,.T., all x ln S. , ...J ,,,. 5 "" ,, .-QS A " 239 '17 'Eff If W 2 :iii .q. X 1 Q--we --ff -HIT9' .4 , iqx -f-:G .,,. '-v. ,,Y. 4E..:..,ijf-f we:-,gg 22 gg HQ ,ii ns, 3 33 wp xiii-fitse .r'g1"gg:siTi1,j"'R""i'5 'M '77?f1-f:L'CT'VTi7'T. Q 7Y"'7WXY'1?i "" Q "S ""gii"Kx' "I" A ,W,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,w,. ,... H ,L lm W, ...L LW, . V,,,, ,. MMMM..-.,,,L,,,, ,,1x , WALTER S. HUTCHISON, JR. . Ripley, Tenn. JOHN M. MCDONALD, JR. . Gallatin, Tenn. II K A E N JOE WYA'1'f JACOB - - - Nashville, Tenn- ALLEN H. MEADORS, JR. . . Nashville, Tenn. ROBERT MCKENZIE JETER . Gleason, Tenn. 2' A E LELAND JOHNSTON t I I I . Hickman, Ky. MURRY BRYANT MEASAMER . Crossville, Tenn. 'P K 11' PAUL W. MCGANGLY . . . Tupelo, Miss. HARR1' H. JONES .... Nashville, Tenn q' A 9 A T A FRANCIS MURPHEY .... Macon, Miss. JOE GEORGE KEEBY . . . Little Rock, Ark. K A E X FAY BALLINGER MURPHEY . . Rossville, Ga. BEN KINGREE . . . Shelbyville, Tenn Z X OHN B. MORRIS .... N h 'll T . HOWARD L. LACKEY .... Carlisle, Pa J , as V1 e' em IT K A LP It XI' MOZART LOVELACE . . A I Gleason, Tenn MARY DANIEL MoO2EA.A. Nashville, Tenn. JOHN L. LANEORD .... Anniston, Ala Kf A ROLFE H. LANGHORST . . . Elmhurst, Ill A T A EDGAR M. LANNOM . . . Nashville, Tenn fb K E LUKE LEA, JR ..... Nashville, Tenn A T Q MARY LLEWLLYN LEURS . . Morehead, Ky 2 T E MARTIN LOVENTHAL, JR. . Nashville, Tenn. Z B T J. SHELTON LUTON . . . Nashville, Tenn A X A Freshman Football Squad, '25. JOE B. LUTON, Pre-Med . Nashville, Tenn WILLIFORD MAURICE MANN . Henning, Tenn. 112 K XI' BUFORD HODGE MANLEY, Beech Grove, Tenn. II K A PHILIP METORE MARKLE . Nashville, Tenn. IRA H. MATTHEWS . . . Nashville, Tenn. E X DAVIS MAURICE .... Nashville, Tenn. MAURICE WILLIAM MAYES . Lake Charles, La. ZBT HELEN LANE MOORE . . Nashville, Tenn. ' K A 6 DUNCAN MILLIREN . . Bowling Green, Ky. 112 K XI' VVILLIAM JOSEPH MULLOY . Nashville, Tenn. ROBERT CHESTER NELSON . Nashville, Tenn. Pre-Med DOROTHY LENA NEUHOEF . Nashville, Tenn. NAT RIVES NEWMAN, JR. . Covington, Tenn. E A E Pre-Med RICHARD A. NORRIS, JR. . Chattanooga, Tenn. fb B IT VVM. FREDERICK ORR, JR. . Nashville, Tenn. E A E JAMES G. OLIVER . . . Montgomery, Ala. E X BERNARD S. OLWOIRTCH . Springfield, Tenn. W. E. PARK, JR ..... Nashville, Tenn. fb A 9 GEORGE CROCKETT PASCHALL, JR., . Arrington Pre-Med THOMAS ROBERTS PEACH . . Sheffield, Ala. fb A G MARJORIE PEOPLES . . . Nashville, Tenn. Page ninety-six .V1 . ,.-.A...Af..-. . LMP? L, fl . Ta If .-I I I 3 Q J Q Q Q fi f XJ gg li ,542 I Q 1---WAAfm.i.A.....-,,,.,.....,,,,,..Q.1.L,.1..a...,,L,...,-,.i.I ,,.. .U - Qgsaf ,,.. .. A 1 .ax PHIL B. PERKINS . . . Nashville, Tenn. SARAH E. SIMPSON . . Nashville, Tenn. SAMUEL F. PICKERING . Carthage, Tenn. RoIaER'I' J. SIMS .... Nashville, Tenn. B 9 II ap A 9 . F I 5 ' g C. M. PORTER ..... Columbia, Tenn. PhgZl1drgI?'?FIEgl2lIE2lf: Claggnor Council B 9 H JANE DAVIS SMITH . . Nashville, Tenn. EDWIN K. PROVOST . . . Nashville, Tenn. A A A LI, A 9 Clmairman of Freshman Co-eds. Pre-Med MARTHA W. SMITH ..... Fulton, Ky. K A 9 HENRY HALE RAND .... St. Louis, Mo. E X , SOI-HIE SPITZ ..... Nashville, Tenn. CHARLES VVILLIAM RASCD, R. . DeWitt Ark. SARAH TURNER STALEY . . Nashville, Tenn. I 111 K Z A 0 H ERNEST REDD, JR .... Birmingham, Ala, BERNEY B. STEINER . . . Nashville, Tenn. E A E Z B T HOMER ALLEN REESE . . . Sideview Tenn. CHAS. M. STRINGFIELD . Fa etteville, N. C. I Y 2 N A X A CARSON RODGERS ---- - - Cairo, Ill- JOE M. STRAYHORN . . . Nashville, Tenn. X 'I' Pre-Med BERNICE ROTHSTEIN . . . Nashville, Tenn. SAMUEL SWIRSKY , , , Springfield, Mass, A E KID MARGARET SUMMER . . . Nashville, Tenn. VVM. F. ROSENBLATT, JR. . . Atlanta, Ga. 11 q, B K Z F,.eShma,, Fombauy 125, LENA EVELYN TAYLOR . . . Fulton, Ky. CLOMA ROSS ...... Nashville, Tenn. 2 T E Dramatic Club, Declamation Contest. JOHN W. THOMAS I I Chattanooga, Tenn. CHARLES PAYNE ROY . . Nashville, Tenn. E X A A ' . A A HELEN THOMAS .... Nashville, Tenn. ALEXANDER FAUNT RUSSELL . Mapel, Tenn. A A A -M d . Pre e MATILDA TREANOR . . . Nashville, Tenn. HIRAM SALTER ..... Nashville, Tenn. K A 6 KI, A 9 SOL TUCHFELD ..... Jackson, Tenn. WILLIAM ROBERTS SANDUSKY, Pensacola, Fla. Z B T 2 N Freshman Cheer- Leader Pre-Med DAISY MARIE TUCKER . . Nashville, Tenn. , A 0 II GEORGE THos. SAIN . . . Nashville, Tenn. MINERVA LOUISE TUTILE . . Milan, Tenn. JOHN SEYMOUR ...... Selma, Ala. A O H A X A JAMES C. SHARP .... Little Rock, Ark. WXNSTON H' VAUGHAZ' LR" Montgomery' Ala' B 9 II Freshman Football. Pre'Med CHARLES EDWIN SHAVER . Huntsville, Ala. STELLA KATHERINE VAUGHN, Nashville, Tenn X rp K A 9 Page ninety-sefven fi fl A ----ry-' ' .H ff' vga' EP ff 'fini ' uI.-,, ' 'gif - "A I avi-I F'5-FFF' J LQ: fzf5f2J-ivwnflfy iaefirf iff? if f 1 1 "+x0El2BlL7- , If . . vi 3 .FMOPNMODO ERA I . J ff ef ii ,. , I , X Nd, f, ,, , . -1,,,::,.n.:f.p1,Ef1A..Y-5 23 fx, 7,1 gg N E. QS: Q: QT: 5 jx 33 ff-SQAAAP3' 5' ,,.AwXsfw:.RN,r.a f.., :sm F4 gs., , 5, -Ai , ,, ,,.- In ,ff . ,R .YA A ,J ,Ie ,A ,,,.! :RI A aa .. U5 .az .R A fs -. we of. ., 1 , jx ,J A I 5-.-..-.r....:..........Aa,3E2E7ia,........,AL......,a.,.-i.,,,...X 53 xRX,?.,,,gf is 1 ' 4 Q ROBERT WEST ...... Chicago, Ill. CID A 9 Freshman Football, '25. JAMES D. WHITFIELD . . Franklin, Tenn. H K A MILFORD WILLIAMS . . West Point, Miss. A K E JOE V. VVILLIAMS, IR. . Chattanooga, Tenn. fb A 9 Honor Committee. WM. VIRGIL VVILSON . . . Pulaski, Tenn. RUTH DOROTHY WIND . . Huntsville, Ala. A E fb ROBERTA WINSLOW . . . Birmingham, Ala. A K E HELEN V. VVITI-IERSPOON . Nashville, Tenn. E T E ROBERT WOODY . . . Columbia, Tenn. NANGISO YOMASHITA . . Kayoshimagjapan CARL ZIBART . .... Nashville, Tenn. 'Q K E Z B T FTCSIIIHHH Class Engineering OFFICERS RICHARD SKIPWITH . .... .... . Presidgnt NELSON ELAM . . . ...... . Vice-President J. A. BRISTOW ..... . . . Secretary-Treasurer DAVID LIPSCOMB . Qs . . Sergeant-at-Arm: H. STANLEY ALLEN . . Nashville, Tenn. WATSON DALE COOK . . . Nashville, Tenn JOHN MONNDE BATES . . Nashville, Tenn. HARRY ROLAND COOPER , , Miami, FL A X A A X A JAMES VV' BERRY "" Nashville' Tenn' THOMAS HARRY EILSON . . Enterprise, Ala. ELBERT LAFAYETTE BICKLEY . Florence, Ala. A X A A K E NELSON CRAWFORD ELAM . Nashville, Tenn. Band. A T Q J. ALEX. BRISTOW ..... Mexia, Texas 2 A E RICHARD EDWIN IRVXNG . . Sheboygan, Wis. '11 K E Secretary and Treasurer Freshman Eu- gineersg Freshman Football. HAROLD BYRUM . .... Gleason, Tenn. fb K XII STEWART CAMPBELL . . . Franklin, Tenn. Ka' A TOM COLEMAN ..... Nashville, Tenn. A T A Band. Vanderbilt Band. RICHARD GESLING ..... Ashland, Ky. if K E OSCAR C. HARPER, IR .... Gulfport, Miss. fb K E EDWARD F. HENRY, IR. . . jacksonville, Fla. K E Page ninety-eight s 2. . .. , L, . - . Fi A sis ,iiiw-iiify 2 ij Rlffigffyi lffifvefgiiiflf Z'3"TTi2fl 'M AeQ3,,ff'5'M, A NW . 'f Iizlfiiqgiji ggi, EQ iff'---""""M' 2 MN fgigrgs E """ ""'. if ,,,f' li ,Pease ...fs ff'V'ifgf5y1fsj'ifffss,, :SW w",g,1:,g,. LQ. I ,,,. Q12 5' ,Lf - ,,,,, I ,jim ffwg, jg K, Wg I':qf,f4..e,,, 'Ag-,f,,.-egg, ,,,1.,.A ..x. , ,MM ,,,, i.,...a.WNgLm,g, 35 Mm.: f.,,f Q 3.4.4 .. .fp .,,,. Q x... 6,2125 N ' WILLIAM B. PIOWARD, JR., San Antonio, Tex. VVYATT A. ORCHARD . . Auburndale, Fla. A X A EDWARD C. HOUSTON . . . Bessemer, Ala. . AMES STUAR PO 4 . . M ' . VVARD LIGON HUEY . . . Pittsburg, Texas I T RTER emphls' Tenn 11 K A A X A J. P. HUNTER, JR. . . . Nashville, Tenn. R- L- PROCWRJ JR- - - - Nashvlllef Tenn- A K E B 9 H GEORGE GILL HUNTER . Goodlettsville, Tenn. L' L' PRUETF ' ' ' St' LOUIS' MO' ROBERT C. JAMES . . Beueoney Tenn. RICHARD M. SKIPWITH . . Nashville, Tenn. A T A A. FRANK JONES . . . . Mananna, Ark. X KID ROBERT B. KAY .... Nashville, Tenn. A T S2 JOE RANSOM KING . . Murfreesboro, Tenn. E A E DAVID LIPSCOMB . . . Fayetteville, Tenn. A T Q Freshman Football Team, Se1'geant-at- Arms Engineering Class, BENNETT C. MUSGROVE . X 112 . El Reno, Okla. Glee Club. JOHN VV. MYERS . . Nashville, Tenn. Page ninely-nine President Freshman Engineering Class. WILSON W. SMITH ..... Blakely, Ga. HERBER'l' ORLANDA STILES . Nashville, Tenn. JAMES ROBERT STONE . Lawrenceburg, Tenn. K' A JOHN OSCAR SWINGLEY . . Gallatin, Tenn. EDWARD THACKER . , Nashville, Tenn. THOMAS R. THOMAS . Bowling Green, Ky. 11, K XP ALLISON CARVER TRICE . . Nashville, Tenn. A T A fi , fi-- ... ... ., fx ,. . ,... .- ..,,A.. AA.A. --.- .,.--,., , , ei--if ff if Bef-fL,.f 1: - Q,-,--5-Q:-'p --4:-L-we ,KEHMW Z E -.. E . .. 5, 5- WJ. ,5,...,, . .. ...ui,q,?.A.....q-qf.,..,?., Eli fi 091,112-H-ef-2', f JN f XT-'Mft if Qi ff? A "rw ERB! xx? W-'fJff..?., ,, D if wi s,.,,f" MIVKPO WNFR, W7 il'?'f -5 tl:?i3'Et1?w- "" J -Q--- ir if O DO '99 'Ji - ,sl ,j,,,,, .,,. ,, ',.,r,-fM1-w--S2- 3-L'.I.'LZ,.E Q .35 5 gi 'x 155: ,fs ,ifLm.,ss.j :L ps... ,,,. f ls , "K if: re-'--We--We 'W-' W ei, " ei Freshman Class Law OFFICERS GEORGE MCCANLESS . . ..... .... . President PAUL Doss ..... ..... . Vice-Presidcnt DON MCNEVIN . . ..... . Secretary-Treasurer DAVID SMITH . LEROY MONEY ADAMS . . VVest Point, Miss Ki A Glee Club. JAMES E. ATKINS, JR. . . Knoxville, Tenn. A T A CHARLES BARHAM, JR. . . Nashville, Tenn. 41 A 9 Nemo Club, Owl Club, "Hustler" Staff, "Commodore" Staff, Senior Invitation Committee. JOSEPH W. BYRNS, JR. . . Nashville, Tenn. CIP K Alf WALTER WOLDRIDGE CAPERS . Jackson, Miss. E A E Commodore Representaiifve CHARLES RICHARD CRUM . Birmingham, Ala. II K A Dialectic Society, Dramatic Club. EDWIN G. CROUCH . . johnson City, Tenn. K E CHARLES KING DAVIS . . . Hickman, Ky. Vanderbilt Band, '21, '22, '23, '24, '25, Sophomore Honor Roll, Magna, Cum Laude, Senior Honor Roll, President Engineering Senior Class, 1925. DONOVAN H. DONOHO . . Lake Wales, Ala. A X A Mandolin Club, '21, President Mandolin Club, '22, Varsity Track, '22, '23, Honor Committee, '23, Student Council, '23, Philosophic Literary Society, John Mar- shall Law Club. Page one hunilrej ,, oooo L - f'3 :nr I RB "hr--.2 ,122 ' ' 4 iff? is I . PNP? 'FT if il , i A' A' c05WQD0Qs"',A A l 5 .xgrkffffm - .eww 5ir,g,....,A ,,.,. ..,. ,,., ..,,.-.,.,,.:..cj,f,,,:,:NA., ..,.. L.. ,...,,., ,,,- .,,,. g,i,..,...M A S-..,L,:!, DQZJJM. ,,,, .af ,,,. .1f.,.f1g.2r,.aZgi 4JLg1,iiiLL2,f.Jg,i, WILLIAM B. DOWIZLL, JR. . Birmingham, Ala. WILLIAM B. PAUL, JR. . . Nashville, Tenn. K 2, I' H 1' X 'LII Freshman Football, '2-lg Freshman Base- PAUL THOMAS Doss . . . Hartselle, Ala. ball' '251 F00fba11H25- K. A Assistant Circulation Manager "Hust- ler," '24, '25, Circulation Business Man- ager "Hustler," '25, '26, Vice-President Freshman Law Class, '25, '26, GARI GRIGSBY GASTON . . Nashville, Tenn. CIP A 9 FRANK M. HANDLEY ..... Upton, Ky. A.B., M.A., John Marshall Law Club. GEORGE W. HARDIN . . Greenville, Tenn. SEY DOUGLASS HOSRINS, JR. . Newbern, Tenn. IT K A, r I-I 1' John Marshall Law Club. WM. EMMET JONES . . Nashville, Tenn. SYDNEY FRAZER KEEBLE . Nashville, Tenn. qi A 9 Track Team, '22, '23, '24, Tennis, Stu- dent Council, President, '23, '24, Owl Club, "Commodore" Club, Scrub Foot- ball, Y. M. C. A., Debating Club, Men's Bible Class, Publication Board, "Com- modore Representative Senior Class, Dialectic Literary Society, Pageant Di- rector. HOWARD B. KERR . . . . Oak Park, Ill. KID K XI' MORTON JOSEPH KLEBAN . Blytheville, Ark. Z B T Commodore Band, '23, '24, '25, John Marshall Law Club. GEORGE F. MCCANLESS . Morristown, Tenn. 111 K 2 Blue Pencil Club, '22, '23, "Hustler" Stai, '23-'24, '24-'25, Owl Club, '24, '25, Assistant Manager Track Team, '24-'25, Vice-President Junior Academic Class, '24, '25, President Freshman Law Class, '25, '26, Pan-Hellenic Council, '25, '26, Manager Interscholastio Track, '25, '26. JAMES CROWE MCFARLAND . Lebanon, Tenn. K E DONALD JOSEPI-I MCNEVIN . . Tampa, Fla. A T A Secretary-Treasurer Freshman Law Class, '26. WILLIAM REEVES NEWSOM, JR., Dallas, Texas 117 K E VVALTER M. PARRISH . . Nashville, Tenn. K E Ace Club, '25, '26, Page one hundred one WILLIAM FRANKLIN PIERCE . Trimble, Tenn. H K A, 1' H 1' John Marshall Law Club, Dialectic So- eiety. AR'rI-IUR DICKERSON REED . Nashville, Tenn. K A 'Tl-IOS. W. ROLAND ..., Malvern, Ark. K Z CLAYTON T. SCYPHERS . . Holston, Va. JAMES DAVID SENTER, JR. . Humboldt, Tenn. B 9 H Dl'2LIT1Z1tiC Club, '24, '25 MCGREGOR SMITH . . . Nashville, Tenn. 111 1' A J. GAMBLE STUART, JR. . . Owensboro, Ky. fb A 9 Kissam Board, '23, Fresh Basketball and Football, '23, Varsity Football Squad, '24, Varsity Basketball, '24, Blue Pencil Club, '23,'24, Calumet Club, '24, '25. DAVID A. SMITH ..... Elkmont, Ala. E A E "Commodore" Representative. JOHN FRANCIS TRON, JR. . . Valdise, N. C. John Marshall Law Club. MARION MONROE TILLMAN . Greenfield, Tenn. TKA Sergeant-at-Arms, Junior Class, '2-l-'25: President Philosophic Literary Society, '23, '24, President Debate Council, '23, '24, President Artus Fraternity, '25, '26, Vanderbilt-Alabama Debate, '23, '24, President T. K. A., '25, '26, Vanderbilt- Cincinnati Debate, '24, '25, President Historical Association, '24, '25, House Manager Alumni Hall, '25, John Mar- shall Law Club. MILTON R. UNDERWOOD . West Orange, N. I A K E 'IKHOMAS H. WAKE, JR. . . Seward, Neb E X FENNIZR M. XrARBROUCH, JR. . Evergreen, Ala EUGENE HOYLE YOUNG . . . Corinth, Miss 112 A 0 Foorbaii, -24, '25, ' " ' "'- 'E' ' 1" ' '7' 'F f bfi 'jf' haw' " " A 'QD "jhK,!"""' '-'R W ""'4"'E -'D n .-ff. J 'I H' ffm ' R WS- Ng- 2' 1' f K LS' . f A.-.JS "2 cf 5151 52 ,JP I 'gkij :Q 6 ami E F D BN-wt' AT' . w if I A, E R251-a-1I:1.Qg1gii , EH -. I A- gf I 9 - 211' fx A -'X 4 we ...Lama L, .L .-. wi-. fl 2431.1 2 1? . gf T .fe , -. ff Q P , 1. ' .. N P3 55- nf aww Q 'N' I-Q VI fs 1 1 'wif S eff, N R E1:'S?Ks'f1'n .L If ., ..g:?f.,.. -gy -- F221 - iss ga, -.Ng - -Ia 1 e Jil QFRJW' 'QR 'inf ,g,sL,,Iggf,.-f.f,fI,,.5fal 3 Qfijw' X 'NX 'A N' Y '1'Nm.X?iiR:1iFX 1. wv,.-,, Wa... E... .W . M., .., ,.......,.-,. ,......-....a..,, ,,,. G . W,.s..,M ...,. I.. . Hb? , L, .. 3 115' ui f lQ,-L....Az,.Ea4:aa.f1ME7'fA'wA.,...'."-sm' fgzvem f- .Lf 4.L.,.s.1N5.:,x.4.sa.f,L.sAsffMR-Q3 Freshman Class School of Medicine OFFICERS EDGAR JONES . . . ..... . President SIDNEY PRICE ..... ..... . Vice-President JOHN LINDAMOOD . . . . Secretary-Treasurer HUGH H. AWTREY ..... Stelle, Ala. THOMAS SANDIDGE CARTER . Nashville, Tenn. II K A E X JAMES P. ANDERSON . . Nashville, Tenn. SPENCER A- COLLOM. IR- - TCX21fkaH21, TCX- I 11? A e LOUISE R. ALLEN . . Nashville, Tenn. l HENRY W. CRADDOCK . . . Opelika, Ala. JoE BEARD . ..... Shreveport, La. cp 2 1K A X A JOHN A. DUDMOND . . . Nashville, Tenn. WM. LENEAVE BERKELEY . Red Banks, Miss. H K 'A , WILTON R. EARLE . . G n 'll S. C. DANIEL BLAIR .... Hangchow, China ree V1 C' CIP X MYER EPSTEIN ..... Nashville, Tenn. Chairman Honor -Committee, Freshman Medlcal Class- GEORGE BRONAUGH EWING, Smithis Grove, Ky. THELMA BYRD BOWIE . . Nashville, Tenn. E X Sophomore Honor Roll, '23, '24g Vice- HOWARD R. CARTER . . Alexandria, La. S?i1ElLHla:3dB0?lg3e?Q4, 2.35. 24' Page one hundred tfwo ..,-.A...,......,...,...----1-v-w.,..-.-.-.,....,Ifv. ... ,. V, ,, A Rs.- N fl. .W ....,... ,, .W ,,,,a..,-A.-,, tell 'E .,A,. -.-.-a33gyfi yfxjze .. , fA C7 M Lf? fp ,rg 'X"' .-,, ...ff f , . I . . ' fzfgstx -'N,,,..w:.. ,-X, . L .. VV f , .lghm V' I .. do 1, .Wat ,, I N ,Mx L in .x.,,. N1 f.f' I ,.,. . . ,, . -1"' 551' . , ,. ., A 'V+-E R 'iff ,W .V., R- .,.X., ...w,,4., n.4.M ., ,,.,,.,1.e ...,.,, a ..., "S HOWARD ALFRED FARRAR . Shelbyville, Tenn. MAX KNOWLES MOULDER . Nashville, Tenn. A K 'E Alchemist Club, '22, '24, Skull and Sophomore Honor Roll, Senior Honor Roll, Skull and Bones Club. VVALTER DEWEY FREY . . . Buechel, Ky. 411 K T R. O. C. GREEN . . Louisville, Ky. BELL AUSTIN TIALLOVVAY . Hopkinsville, Ky. CID A 9 PAUL HAMILTON . . Shawnee, Tenn. JAMES C. HANCOCK ..... Fulton, Ky. Sophomore Honor Roll, '23, '24, Skull and Bones, '23, '24, Secretary Skull and Bones, '2-l, '25, Alchemist Club, '22, '25. JOHN MOORE HARDY . . Sherman, Texas ANDREW D. TIENDERSON . Spring Hill, Ala. Representative Honor Council. ROBERT P. HOWELL, JR. . Lake Charles, La. 9 K N JASPER STEWART HUNT . . Powder Springs II K A Representative to Honor Council, Mem- ber Varsity Band. JOHN S. CRUTCHER, JR. . . Athens, Ala. CIP A 9 ROBERT H. JOHNSTON .... Reddick, Fla. E A T- Giee Club, '25, '26, EDGAR JONES . . . . Nashville, Tenn. K A Freshman Track Team, '23, Varsity Track, '24, '25, Owl Club, "Commodore" Club, President First Year Medical Class. THEODORE VVINSLOW JONES, Port Ambay, N. J. . NI' T RoscoE C. KASH . . St. Helens, Ky. WILLIAM HENRY MCGEPIEE . Mayfield, Ky. JOHN C. MCKISSICK . . Sweetwater, Texas C. GRANDISON MCLEfXN . . Lexington, Ky. A X JAs. T. MCMURRY . . Planado, Calif. Page one hundred three Bones Club, '22, '24, Sergeant-at-Arms, '23, '24. DANA WILSON NANCE . . Soochow, China A K E Swimming Team LANGDON CHEVIA NEWMAN, Covington, Tenn. 2 A E Skull and Bones Club, Alchemist Club, Assistant Manager of Track Team, '24, '25, Manager of Varsity Track Team, '25, '2G. SIDNEY ALEXANDER PRICE, Gainesville, Texas 111 K XI' Vice-President First Year Medical Class. FRAY OWEN PEARSON . . Nashville, Tenn. EDWARD BULLOCK RHI-IA . Hopkinsville, Ky. Pre-lifted Club, '23-'24, '24-'25, THOS. W. ROGERS . . . Birmingham, Ala. K E LAWLER MARION RUSSELL . . Deport, Texas JOHN THOMAS SHEPPARD . . Leesburg, Ala. H A X VERNON G. SMITHSON . . Hopkinsville, Ky. Glee Club, '24-'25, '25-'26, Skull and Bones Club, '23-'24, '24-'Z5. VVILLIAM PAUL STEPHENS . . Semora, N. C. WILLIAM LEIGH TATOM . Nashville, Tenn. 9 K N Vanderbilt Giee Club, '25, '26. JOHN MARSHALL SAUNDERS . Roanoke, Va. DAVID TUREST . . Nashville, Tenn. JOHN DONOVAN VVEIBEL . . . . Erie, Pa. Varsity football, Notrc Dame, '22, '23, '24, Varsity Swimming, Notre Dame, '22, '23, '24, Captain, '23, '24, Monogram Club, Notre Dame, Assistant Coach, Vanderbilt Football, '25. ALEERTWEINSTEIN . . . Micldlesboro, Ky. Z B T Alchemist Club. '22, '237 Skull and Bones, '23, '24, Treasurer, '24, '25, Van- derbilt Band, '25. El Rfffffg VW X31 is .fx 'efs..W1f A .. R52 Wfffi ' I-sf-SD s A, .31 . gd 325-'3 I P. .,.A,. . sf C, 3 433 A-1 ,fr M1 , -. I, s . . .sm ..:.IT:S3Tmj'!s: A .,..a.,gs...,x-- -MEN .3 - iam! Freshman Class Dentistry OFFICERS ERNEST G. SMITH . . . . A. T. BAYLESS . ..... ANDERSON WILKERSON . . . . A. T. BAYLESS .... Morristown, Tenn. Vice-President of Freshman Class. GEO. S. CAUGHRON . . . Okla. City, Okla. HAROLD R. CHASON . . . Montgomery, Ala. A K E PAUL EZZELL . . . Big Springs, Texas 'BUELL HERZIG . . . . . Cullman, Ala. MARY HAZEL HUNT . . Chattanooga, Tenn. I' 112' B RUFUS SIDNEY JONES . . . Durham, N. C. WAYNE L. MCCULLEY . , Cleveland,Tenn. B 9 II MAURICE READ MOREHEAD . Nashville, Tenn. A E Z . . . . . President . . . . ..Vice-President . . . Secretary-Treasurer JOHN T. MORRIS .... Tylertown, Miss. ROBERT WILSON RANKIN . Russellville, Ark. J. BARNES SAND-ERS .... Saltville, Va. ERNEST GRAHAM SMITH . Nashville, Tenn. A T A President of Freshman Class. WALLACE ALONZO SMITH . . Raleigh, N. C. Z X ROBERT W. THURMAN . . . Sparta, Tenn. A T A BUNYAN M. WEBB . . . Russellville, Ark. EDWARD ANDERSON VVILKINSON, Marion, Ala. Z N Secretary and Treasurer of Freshman Class. SAM WITTEN ..... jacksonville, Fla. Page one hundred four ,A-A, M, ,-f' ' -"' ey 'f'- I.-I '-'R fu -Qyrg -6 '7.--,ff--f:-ffflnifM-- A .,.inl.......,...3fh...,,,.,..,.... ,si 3 ,i.::,i:AW-M-?Lg'Ej,y , J F ,Z Kelty... ..., ,,,,, .1 Kwai-QQff"'J Q1f.zv'jr-"I T W""' 'JP I V la' if '1 V . fi, fAf, PM ""' E 25 ,,,, ,,,,,...,,, ,, 7 O DO 5 Q .-.-QI. as AV-fW1 . I ,.., H :I .I . 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ERVIN, GEORGE CLIFTON . GRAHAM, WILLIAM J. . . GREENE, JESSE CLIFFORD . HARDT, MRS. CHARLES T. . . HURD, CLARENCE HOWARD . KELLY, ROBERT JAMES . . MCCAULEY, JOSEPH E. . . OLIVER, JOSEPH MICAJAH . . PARSONS, LLOYD CLARENCE . PRITCHETT, JOHN A. . . . PROFITT, WALDO .... ROBINSON, DAN REUBEN . RUCKER, NEY WILLIAMS . . SCHMITT, ALBERT SAMUEL . SMITH, MISS JENNIE E. . . . SMITH, MRS. LAWRENCE AMISS THOMAS, CHARLES PRESTON . THOMPSON, F. FAGAN . . . WATSON, JESSE FIELDON . . WATSON, MRS. JESSE FIELDON . . WATSON, MACMILLAN SMYLIE WILLIAMS, MELVILLE OWENS, JR. . YAO, TIH SING . .... TANAKA, MRS. TADASHI . . Page one hundred 'fifve MA--N-1--ww-WM .A ..:... .,,..e.-a2,,....A.,. aJ.::,L,:.gI...1,,If ., wa. School of Religion SENIOR CLASS MIDDLE CLASS JUNIOR CLASS . . El Reno, Okla. . Whitesburg, Ga. . WeyWe's Cave, Va. . . Richmond, Va. . Raleigh, N. C. . . Nashville, Tenn. ' . Hot Springs, Ark. . , . Hondo, Texas . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Songdo, Korea . 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Z'f?m.jiTf.,.,'5?F5 l75F.:-iyflifkftib,-Lvaffsi' ,25fa,,,,l2?ff,.12Lf:i,2Jf:-4.-?h,ff4!94e,? fv19M:JA2ah 'ffi--aria ffffff Lt 1 -fy . - -ss f f,- --, A - 11 , ., ,,,, 4-, . . 4 , . SSL HOKT LXOR 210k HO GIL REESE Caftafn 314 XOR 73036 , WWDIOIQ '!,j,, 55,5 ,A -:fm pi .kk 1. M rw QZXXJV N ir' Q9 X .1 IQ 0 Slfiy fl-Q X5 ff X Kfw X 00 A X W- guy... ,-..-.........,V -,, .. V--W 1'-J-3 rr' H .A ,U ,N Q., Come on, you Commodores, Vamferbrft cans! Come on, you Commodores, on to the walls! Over the 15015 you go, uf to the hilt- HVH stancfs for Victory and Vanderbilt! y ,V1,:',.,-. , , 1 ga, , Y, ,,.,,,,,AA,- Y , YY ,Y -we-W -V -- -50.1, --..f-.Gaz-f V--ef:4P..,,, .4-O., 7404 , fxihrm.,...,..f.-Uv.-.W A ..,!i0Z2 ' 'W 5 - 3103 -7!0k1,, HORN' H0014 " R011 "NOK" P1014 , ODI' COBCIICS Vanderbilt is blessed with coaches. And Vanderbilt is espe- cially blessed with football coaches. There's Dan McGugin, Josh Cody, Lewie Hardage, Hek VVakef1eld, and John Weible. VVhat more could a team desire than that array of mentors? McGugin is the Director of Athletics at Vanderbilt, but he is more than that. He is the coach and advisor of the football team. He can get more fight out of a given bunch, of men than any one man in America. He can dig up more plays, some so old that other teams have forgotten them, and some so new that no other team has seen them, than any man in the South. Mc- Gugin is admittedly the best coach in the South, and is on a ar with an man in the country P Y V by all good enough to make any ordinary man leave, but he has always stayed at Vanderbilt. Proof that his ability is nationally recognized is given by the fact that Michigan has swapped her coach for ours, for spring football. Then there is Cody. He coaches the whole team, and the line especially. He is known as a conditioner of men. It is a tribute not' only to a team, but to a coach, when eleven men play whole football games-and Vanderbilt has done that on numerous occa- sions. Aside from coaching football, Josh has charge of the basketball and baseball teams. He was being assisted by Eddie Lewis diminutive Southern Leaguer, at the beginning of the '26 baseball season. Lewie Hardage is backfield coach for the Commodores. He was a great running back in his He has had numerous offers day, and he hasn't forgotten ' a trick. He imparted practically all of them to Gil Reese. And if you don't believe that's going some, just ask any man who ever tried to tackle Gil! Aside from his coaching duties, Hard- age handles the scouting end of the job of turning out winning teams. Time was when scouting was looked down upon, but now it has taken its place as an integral part of the pigskin coaching system. Lewie is the peer of any of them when it comes to getting the dope on teams. Hek VVakefield, All-American end of 6.4, is coaching the ends especially, and the dropkickers also. Hek was no mean drop- kicker, and he is imparting his knowledge of how to boot the ball to the Commodores. Hek was added to the coaching staff in '25. john Weible came from Notre Dame to Vanderbilt. He was in the line which paved the way to All-American fame for the Four Horsemen of the Irish. He is quite proficient in line play, and he's showing the Commodore linemen the tricks of the trade. Not only did Vanderbilt have these men to coach her, but she also profited by the exchange of coaches, when Yost and Weiman paid them visits. The VVolverine mentors imparted quite a few tricks to the Commodores. All indications are that the practice will continue. And last but not least, there's Coach Bill Anderson of the track team. He has been running the boys who have ambitions along the line of throwing cinders in other people's faces, quarters ever since we can remember. Coach is partial to mile relay teams, and the team coached by him holds the Southern record. Coach has high hopes of turning out one this year that will hang up a new mark to shoot at. Anyone who has heard Coach Bill say, i'Pat your legs, boys-are you warm?', will never forget him. PIO!! HOF P1011 XQOFY 8011 ,XOR 31014 T Lxoxforroioxtc xox. L-moore. r xox xox xox 'X The Texas Steers coming on the field for the game. Thcy were the huskiest bunch of men who ever invacled the stadium, not even excepting the Ma- rincs. REVIE OF THE SEASO The Commodore grid machine enjoyed a rather successful campaign in the 1925 season, despite the fact that they suffered defeat at the hands of three of Vanderbilt's ancient rivals. , But what victories they won were deserved, and any defeats those Commodores suffered were honorable ones. The Vanderbilt grid warriors started off in al- most mid-season form when they defeated Middle Tennessee Normal in the first game and swamped Henderson-Brown in the second. Then they scaled the heights by defeating one of the strongest teams Texas has ev-er had. VVith the taste of the revenge gained by defeating the Longhorns still in their mouths, the Commodores proceeded to prove to the Fighting Vols from Tennessee that they were in for a licking any time they became so bold as to tackle the Commodore, especially on his own grounds. Flushed with victory, the Commodores set out to "make a tea-hound of the Georgia Bulldog." But the result was different from prior indications, and the Commodores left Athens smarting under the worst defeat they had suffered in five years. Some- what subdued by the Georgia disaster, the Commo- dores next took on the University of Mississippi. Ole Miss fought hard, but the Commodores started back up the ladder of success by defeating them. Georgia Tech was next, and after a hard fought and almost even game, a substitute Tech back got away for a touchdown, and Tech had revenged their defeat at the hands of the Commodore in 1924. Then came the Auburn Tiger. Still smarting under the Tech defeat, Vanderbilt went into the game against the Tigers with the intention of tearing up something. They tore the Auburn line to pieces, ran the ends to death, outpunted them-and lost. The Sewanee Tiger came down from the mountain, resolved to repeat the performance of his sister feline at Auburn. But he failed, and the Commodore decisively de- feated the Tiger to cap the climax of a hectic, though successful season. , In nine games the Commodores amassed a total of 158 points, while they held their opponents to 63, at the same time winning six games out of the nine. TVANDERBILT, 273 NORMAL, o On September 26, Middle Tennessee State Normal came up from Murfreesboro to furnish the Commo- dores their first opposition of the year. The Teach- ers had a good team, and they fought a good fight, but Vanderbilt romped on them to the tune of 27-o, playing subs and trying out new men for about half the game. VANDERBILT, 41, HENDERSON-BROWN, o The Commodores swamped Henderson-Brown with a score of 41-o in the second game of the season. Henderson-Brown had a good team also, but the Commodores were fast rounding into shape, hence the large score. VANDERBILT, 14, TEXAS, 6 VVhen the Texas Longhorns came up to Nashville to do battle with the Commodores, they came ex- pecting to win. They brought the Texas University band, and also twenty Texas Cowboys, the only group of men selected to represent the student body at foreign games with expenses paid, in the South. But all the music and all the yelling did not prevent the Commodores from 'fbranding a 'V' on the Texas Steer." But the Texas team almost prevented it. The Longhorns furnished perhaps the strongest team the Commodores encountered during the entire sea- son, but the Vanderbilt defense was impregnable in crises, and their offense was there when needed.'The five triple-threat men of which Texas boasted were unable to penetrate the Commodore forward wall but once, while the Commodores made one touch- down on a fumble, another on a pass, and scored a safety on the Texas team. That was a victory which avenged the defeat of the Commodores in Austin after the Michigan game in 1924. VANDERBILT, 34, TENNESSEE, 7 On October the seventeenth, the Commodores, cele- brating the Semi-Centennial of Vanderbilt, and rid- ing on the peak of the wave of victory, took the Fighting Vols down to the tune of 34.-7. Tennessee came down with a big team. Not only was it a big team, but it was a good team. For three quarters they held the Commodores at least even. Then came that glorious fourth quarter. It looked like the whole thing had been planned ahead of time H-OPQH HOF , , .Q'l024f" ,i?10OKf W NYIOKL , ' WOR, FIOYCYT' ' gr 210k 8014 NOK HOOK "XOR PIO!! , ' NOK' 'A' 'X' Vanr1y's ball on Texas' 4-yard line. Two plays later tho ball went over. The lug sticking out of the pile is Hoyle Youngs. for the benefit of the Old Grads who had returned to the game and the Semi-Centennial Celebration. At any rate, the Commodores went wild in that period. They completely outplayed the University of Tennessee representatives. When the orgy of scoring was ended by the referee's whistle, the count stood with the Commodores leading by twenty-seven points. Some say that Tennessee was licked when she came on the field. It didn't look that way the first three quarters. And to think that Tennessee was the team that later beat Georgia, which was the team that soon defeated Vanderbilt! VANDERBILT, 7, GEORGIA, 26 VVhen the Commodores went to Athens on October the twenty-fourth, it was their avowed intention to 'fmake a teahound of the Georgia Bulldog." A spe- cial trainload of studentsmade the trip with the team, and it was their motto also. According to the way the betting was going, Georgia was strongly of the opinion that Vanderbilt would accomplish her object, But the outcome was the opposite. The whole game was a nightmare to every Vanderbilt supporter. Georgia first tried to gain through the Vanderbilt line, but found it'impregnable. Then they tried end runs, with a moderate degree of suc- cess. VVhen they failed to score that way, they unleashed the most deceptive and daring aerial at- tack that was witnessed anywhere in the South this year. The half ended with the score I3-7, with Georgia on the long end. Everyone, at least almost everyone, expected Van- derbilt to come back strong, perhaps to repeat the performance against Tennessee on the preceding Sat- urday. But instead, Georgia was the one who gained strength. The second half was like the first, only worse. VVhen the game end-ed at five-thirty, the Georgia students started tolling the victory bell, and when the special pulled out at seven-thirty, the only thing which drowned out the bell was the sound of the Vanderbilt students singing, 'fWe don't give a damn for the whole state of Georgia." ' VANDERBILT, 75 MISSISSIPPI, o The fray with the University of Mississippi was scheduled as a rest game for the Commodores be- tween the Tech and Georgia conflicts, but it proved to be more of a nightmare than a rest game. It was played in the mud, and that, coupled with the weight of the Mississippi aggregation, put the two teams almost on a parity. But the Commodores held in the tight places, and although they threatened the goal three times, Mississippi was unable to score, while the Commodores rang up a total of only seven points, sufficient, however, to win. VANDERBILT, og GEORGIA TECHV, 7 On November the seventh, Georgia Tech came to Nashville thirsting for the blood of the Vanderbilt Commodores. They brought some two thousand rooters with them, as well as a football squad of approximately sixty men, the largest to make a trip in the South. The Yellowjackets and the Commo- dores fought an even battle for about three quarters, and it seemed as if the game was going to end a scoreless tie, despite the fact that Tech had had the edge over Vandy before the game. But Vanderbilt stopped the Tech backs, and were in turn stopped by Tech. It remained for a substitute back to ruin the game-from the Vanderbilt point of view. For, a few minutes after he got in the game, Wright went off tackle for thirty-five yards and a touchdown. He was the first man that ever eluded Gil Reese at safety since Gil began his colorful career at Vander- bilt. The Commodores were unable to overcome the seven-point lead, and Tech went away victorious. It was a great game. Tech had the better team, but the Commodores made up what they lacked in strength bysthe way they fought. It should have been a tie at least. VANDERBILT, QQ AUBURN, IO They say that it never rains but it pours. Cer- tainly that was true in the case of the Commodores, for just after they were nosed out by Tech, they fell victims to Old Man Jinx at Auburn. The Commo- dores went to Birmingham the favorites. They played the game like favorites, and seemed to have won.- They gained more yardage against Auburn than any Vanderbilt team had made against any- body in four or five years. In fact they gained over three hundred yards from scrimmage, while Auburn gained seventeen. Yet poor generalship while in striking distance of the goal kept the Commodores from running up a large score. Then the Tigers made a touchdown via the air route. And they made the point after touchdown, while the Commo- dores fail-ed to register after theirs. Then Bill Spears dropkicked one and made the score 9-7, with Van- derbilt in possession of the nine. There was less than two minutes to play when Auburn got the ball on her own twenty-yard line. Two passes failed, and then a long toss was completed when Reese failed in his attempt to intercept it and left the Au- burn man a clear field. Nig VValler then overcame a five-yard lead, and tackled the Tiger runner on the seven-yard line. A five-yard penalty put the ball on the twelve-yard line, and Auburn drop- kicked from there. The game ended three plays S. X. "I'l0k- H011 X011 X008 ,HOF HOK HON' OFT' fw D!0K""'7i0K DIOR PlOO5i...,, 1740!-F . HORK' 'WOR '-'Z ar. 0 .K an O ar an 0 'lr an O 1: x. 0 ur sr. 0 'A' .sn 0 'ii 5 T' .Ya Q 'lt an O 'an- ar. 0 'x' Gu later, but Auburn had won. Of all the games that they played, Vanderbilt deserved to win from Auburn more than anyone else. There ainlt no jus- tice! VANDERBILT, IQ? SEWANEE, 7 But when Turkey Day rolled around the Commo- dores drank deeply from the cup of victory once more. For the first time in over ten years, the Sewanee Tiger came down from the mountain ex- pecting to win. The Tiger actually had the dope on Vanderbilt, but the Commodores were out to avenge their loss of last year. Even those people who had said that Sewanee had the edge before the game admitted that the Tiger did not stand a chance of winning-after the game. At any rate, those Commodores capped off the season with an overwhelming defeat of their traditional rival. They not only twisted the Tiger's tail, but they tied a knot in it. They not only pulled his teeth, but they dulled his claws. The Sewanee Tiger was restored to his old place on last Thanksgiving. GIL REESE QCAPTAIND, Halfbacfc Gil Reese, captain for 1925, played his last football game as a Commodore out on Dudley Field last Thanksgiving against the Sewanee Tigers. Captain Reese was the outstanding back of the South, making All-Southern in 1923 and 1924. To many sport scribes in the South and all over the country, to all Vanderbilt students and Alumni, to most of the men who played against him last year, Gil was the premier running back of the Conference in 1925 also. But he failed to make All-Southern because there were other backs in the South who, although inferior to him in the running department, could pass and Gil cluding a tacklei' in an early game. Bill Spears and Jess, Keene are out ahead ready to drop the secondary do- fonse. Just a. second after this photo was snapped Bill dropped the man on his right with it pretty block. punt sufhciently well to make them more valuable to a team-in some people's eyes. Reese was the head- iest football man on the Vanderbilt team. He was without a peer in running. He was an inspiration to his teammates. He will be missed in the years to come. The Commodore eleven will not seem natural without Gil Reese out there to bathe tacklers, and no Gil Reese out there to put new spirit into the team ghlen it is fighting under difficulties. Good luck, 1 . BOB RIVES, ALL-SOUTHERN, Tackle Bob Rives also departs from the Commodore ranks. For the past three years Rives has been the outstand- ing tackle of the South. In 1924 those who saw him play against Minnesota stated that Bob was without an equal in the country. He led in the votes for tackle on All-Southern, and was placed on some All- American elevens, gaining honorable mention by almost all who selected mythical elevens. Rives went down under punts. Time after time he has nailed a safety man in tracks as soon as he re- ceived the ball. Time after time has he persuaded punt-receivers that it was safer for them to signal for fair catches than to try to withstand his vicious tackles. But Rives' ability was not limited to cov- ering punts-he was excellent at opening holes in the line on the offense, and it was a 'rare thing for a play to be run over him. Tackles like Bob Rives are almost as scarce as hens' teeth. He was one of the mainstays in the Commodore line, and will be sorely missed in coming campaigns. Be good, Bob. GEORGE WALLER, Quarterback George VValler is the third man to leave the Com- modore squad at the end of this season. Waller played two years under a tremendous handicap. He Bob Rives nailing Se- wance's safety man. Hendricks is the other man in the picture, sec- ing tho job well done. f'lOii"",Q,?30if .l l,gD'iOI'i' T,QQ11FZO'0lCf 'i2Z0lf HOZVTDIOT '5' :MY ' ',', .iZOK'I-. 'ri0K""' 'XOR Pl00S4"', 'XOR ' H' yiotrjgokr' Spears carrying the ball around 'l'ennessee's left end, with Reese leading the interference. v was materially hampered by the loss of one eye, but there never was a grittier player on anybody's team than was George VValler. He knew a lot of football, and used his head out there on the gridiron. He was quite adept at passing, and his heaves were re- sponsible for some several of the Commodore scores. VValler was the hardest tackling man on the Van- derbilt team-perhaps the strongest defensive player out there. Injuries meant nothing to him-in fact, he played almost one entire half at Auburn after he had suffered a couple of smashed ribs. His aggres- sive spirit and strong defensive work will be missed greatly. Mighty good, George. IQENNETH BRYAN, Guard Kenneth Bryan was the fourth member to be lost the Commodore grid machine at the end of the 1925 season. Ken played at a guard, and guards do more work and get less credit for it than any other mem- bers of a football team. Bryan was one of those. He was not a spectacular player, but he was depend- able. Few plays were run over him by the opposi- tion, and quite often he was instrumental in smear- ing up plays behind the enemy's line. Bryan was a punter, and did quite a bit of the Commodore kick- ing during the past season. It will be quite a task to fill Ken's shoes. Nice work, Ken. FRED MCKIBBON, Tackle Fred McKibbon was a tit running mate for Bob Rives as a tackle. Mac weighed right around two hundred, and was a terror to all opposing linesmen. He, like Bob Rives, outplayed every man he faced in I925. He made great holes in the line of the oppos- ing teams, and stopped short pratically every play that was directed against him. He was the most 4 vicious open field tackler on the team, and woe be it to the man who was so unfortunate as to be the Swine's target in an open field. McKibbon has an- other year on the football team, and gives promise of becoming one of the best tackles in the country. Due to an injury to his arm sustained during the base- ball season of 1924, the Big Siege Gun did not do much passing, but on occasions when he did pass, the opposition was sure to suffer. He kicked off for the team all year, and was in the habit of putting the ball over the goal line. Glad you'll be back, Mac. BILL SPEARS, Halfback Spears was one of the lightest backs in the South, but he was one of the best triple-threat men in the Conference. He was without a peer in his passing work-equally adept at hurling passes on the run or standing still. He was the mainstay on the Com- modore aerial attack. He also did most of the punting for the Commodores, to say nothing of some of the running. Bill has one of the most deceptive styles of running that is seen. He sways from the hips all the time, and has a good change of pace. In the two more years in which he is privileged to ply collegiate football, Spears should develop into another Gil Reese, with his passing and punting ability added. VAUGHN BOOTH, End Vaughn Booth, playing his first year on the Var- sity, developed into a mighty good end during the I925 season. He was reasonably fast, strong as an ox, and quite an adept at spearing passes. When he went down on punts with Bob Rives, it was a very rare occurence for the receiver to run it back more than a couple of yards at most. Despite the fact i . , .MJ ., The Vanderbilt Band, an hard-working or- ganization, w h i c h pepped up the spirit games. VL. ' Pl-O-if 'J-IOKY' 5108. 'AWSQOOK ' HOF ,QKHL NOK WW immensely at the A ' 1. ' 7112 I 'li' if W' 1.-Iif?1....f'i' f"..,llZ.rTIfI'1l0l7ff..Y,f,gQQI04?!'I'Q,.QZ5Olt,1I..."'f...W:f. .g ' Y' I'102i,.,.,.2IOI'.........,,...,...... - -. 'HO' 111 l i E l ii l .1-3 A V F' 'N I I L x 4, , 'T x l it ir ,i -N 1 Y 5? 4 l: 3+ iz i I l i i TC 'xi Vanderbilt linesmen lireaking through the Texas line to smear an end run. The power of Vancly's line is no better shown than in this picture. Rives, Keene, Booth, Bryan, have all broken through. and Mc-Kibbon is coming like at steam engine. A F l I 11 L! Q Fl N lx. Q , . ' ' 5? A ' . . l Lf ' - we . . , ,-,Q n i 9. 4 , it ll V T52 zz' 4 i W, xl, W, il r l V '., 5. tl 'xv .4 Q 04.-.- ..x. 9 57 U cz WT Gil Reese being downed after a nice gain late in the Tennessee game, After the first qugrter Gil R was unstoppable, showing his All-Southern heels to-would-be tacklers time and again. i Y :YY ... ---1'Wav..3'i'0'n4-ms-..-...--..--fP1'9ii,, .,, 'fTfZ'O0f.-.,-,w.-,.JIO11 ,J-i011 f1Z'5'If.V, '.....-1.- -A 25355 -., , PKQZL-.-,,-f-i42I4..., -. ,,,1XO'Ei,, .,,,LI0O21,,,.QT,,zX0:f Y T " Q i"Tg4pgg'jl3y5.g.f--:rv--jj.-jx---'--4:33 ' 2 . ln .lf A311642 Hendricks plunging through a writhing heap of humanity for the flrst touchdown OL' the Sewanee game. The ball went across only by inches. ' ' - . . . 'gms AAL Bill Spvars starting un an ond run in tho Tulmesseu game behind perfect interl'c1'ence. Gil is sef-n blocking Te-nnvssco's left end out of the play. ' !C""""'?"53'5 ' ,MJ lf' f"7OZ,Q WYZOT ,,.,.,, 22021: :'31OICf"-" .l......,. . x...., , ,,...?l'f?. lx YQ ".f.'2rZQkI.'f..'2'lOK X051 JIOOE-fi - Wi0K"' X051-'V"fXQK that it was his first year of Varsity football, Booth very successfully smeared most of the plays around his flank. It looks like he will have an even better year next season. BILL HENDRIX, Fullbacf Bill Hendrix, playing his second year with the Commodores, was one of the best plunging backs in the South by the end of the season. He started off well, but by the end of the year he was a wow-as Auburn and Sewanee will testify. The way he hit that line was a revelation. He hit it low, and he hit it hard. On many occasions the man who tackled him was forced to take time out. Bill was a good groundgainer practically all the time, and when a couple of yards were needed for a touch- down or first down, Hendrix was the boy who usual- ly came through with the goods. He'll bear watch- ing next season if he keeps up the pace he set in the last three games of the 1925 campaign. NIG WALLER, Quarterbark Nig VValler, another Junior, was perhaps the fastest man on the team. He was an accurate passer, and was mighty good at picking his holes when he went through the line. Nig was one of the best held generals the Commodores had, and was about as nervy a player as his cousin, George. It was Nig VValler who caught the man at Auburn when he had a five-yard lead on him. That was one of the prettiest plays of the year, and Nig deserves a lot of praise for his great run and tackle. VVatch him. ZACH COLES, End Zach Coles, also a second year man, held down one Hank for the Commodores, and did it in a very creditable manner. Zach was mighty good at smear- ing up end runs, as he had the knack of dumping the interference and getting the runner at the same time. Coles was light, and handicapped by a stiff knee, but there were very few ends in the South who were much better on the defense than he was. Coles made his name in his first year when he successfully smeared up the Marine and Georgia end runs, and his brilliant-work during the past season was on a par with that. He's due for a fiank berth again next year. Zach was stuck in at guard on the offense, in accordance with the McGugin system of playing his men all over the field, at whatever posi- tion they were needed at the time. Incidentally, quite a few opponents were baffled by this shifting of men. NEIL CARGILE CCAPTAIN-ELECTJ, End Neil Cargile, playing his second year on the team was the general utility man of the outfit. He was in almost every game, but must be called utility man because that's what he was. On the offense he played either end or quarter, sometimes calling sig- nals from the flank position. But although he led the interference, and was the best blocker on the team, Cargile's real job was backing the line. He backed it like a demon, too. Up at Minnesota, they said that he was one of the best men for the position that had ever played on that field, despite the fact that he was light. He kept up his phenom- enal work all during the 1925 season-always meet- ing the runner at the line of scrimmage, never wait- ing for him to come to him. He was one of the hardest tacklers and one of the hardest players on the team. Neil was elected captain for the coming cam- paign, and he is by far the most suitable man for the oflice. Lead 'em on, Neil. RED BAILEY, End Red Bailey was a new recruit for the Commodore squad, and he showed up mighty well all season. He took Cargile's place at offensive end and de- fensive full while Neil was out, and he filled his shoes mighty well. Red had a good football build, and he knew how to use it. The way he stepped into the breach was wonderful, and he deserves credit for the good work he did in there. Good work, Red. VERNON SHARPE, Center Vernon Sharpe was a graduate of the 1924 Fresh- man Squad, but he turned out to be a mighty good center. Jess Keene, who played center the year before, was shifted tola tackle, and Sharpe very capably assumed the duties of snapper-back. He was as accurate a passer from center as you will End in many a day's search, and his defensive work was above reproach. If he keeps up at the rate he's going, Vernon will be All-Southern before he quits. Here's hoping. - H XOXC SICK. .H Y' ,YHOKZ ,,rEOQii" JZOKC ....?!'O!?'WfH0I'Cfi , -Ji ...,... ,.... ...JAOXQ a-,TJIO K ,,.. , . , , HO !'f:,.,I 3flOO?Cfff1vI05C"T' ,ITTTH Ol'C1Q"D'lOE4, , .tae 4? l Jess INTEENE, Guard RAY JAMES, Turtle ll v , , , , . , .. , . . .. ' lll Jess Keene, playmglhls Second year on the Com- Ray James, better know n, as Jesse, w as a recruit , , - from the Frosh, and showed that he was quite a 1 modore team, was shifted from center to guard and . . ,. . , , football player in the games he played in. Mclxlb- 1 tackle at the Hlst of the year. He was perfectly at b . , , - Q l . l V X . on and Rives were the only things that stood be- , home at e1ther p.ace, as he was made into a center - . ln - , N . X tween him and a regular berth, and he stepped into ' in 192+ because Dan Mcbugin was unable to find , . , 0 1 Q . . the bleach several times when one of them was , a center on the squad who could satisfactorily fill , , fl - - , called out of the game for some reason or another. 1 the position. jess played a great game all season, , h l .ll d . h l h ,, l and was rl thorn in the eine of ever, t h lc l Jesse as a gooc bui L, an is a arc fig ter. Hes l . . y eam e acet - , - 4 . ,, lm d ,. , due to give somebody a light for Bob Rives place u11ng the season. He was never outplayed, whether next Qeaoon S7 at center or at guard, and was one of the best lines- N A ' B L C .I lml men in the South. VVhen he played defensive center, OB EDYARD' 'WU' l he showed an almost uncanny ability at diagnosing Bob Ledyard played his second year with the plays before they started, and made as many tackles Commodores last season and was a very capable ug behind the line as any man on the team. He had a reserve. He was kept out by jesse Keene, who was ' l great season, and Vanderbilt expects great things transferred to guard from center. However, Ledyard ' from him next year. took part in a lot of games, and showed up mighty ' well in all of them. He is another man who is due for a regular place in there next year, unless some- SLIM PORTER, C?71l'C'1' thing unexpected happens and someone improves Slim Porter, while he did not play much during fnollglf? to heir llnmnolg Digi? guatrd thefts going to l , the season, was a consistent center. He was a hard Je e , Vacan l C en Wan S eps Ou ' worker, and his passing was accurate. Standing HUGH CECIL Guard W' well over six feet, he was quite a figure in the line , - , , 1 ' and filled the pivot position admirably well when- HUsh,CeC1L who glaeduated to the X grim flow, ever he was Called on to Serve in that eapaeltyl the Freshman team, w as one of the hardest Hghtels out there. He was a good reserve, and proved his mettle in several games throughout the year. He ll l RED SANDERS! Qlmrto,-baolb was ready whenever he was called on, and nobody l l I 7 rain anything over him in there at guard. He looks i ,, Rfffl 5f1ffdf?1'S1 SCQVWS 1115 Secollfl Year OU the l HU' mighty good to us, and we're expecting great things derbilt grid machine, did not play in ,very many from lqim in the 55350115110 Come, Q games, but in the ones in which he did take part, did as well as anyone. Red was the lightest man PECK OWEN5, Qll1U'l'f7'b1l4'f5 l out, 'but his knowledge of football and his ability at peek Owens, another new man on the teennl making the team run smoothly made up for his lack Started out the year as quarter' and Showed no Of Weight- Red WHS 21.80011 Passefnand was fmt mighty well in the games he played in. Peck was l , enough tolgain quite a bit. At snagging passes that n needy football Player, and was mighty good at ll: were in his reach he was unbeatable. Red was also picking holes' to Say nothing of being 3 hard mon 4, one of the hardest tacklers for his size on the squad, to tnokle ln an ooen lleld. He could ness Whenever fi, and shone on the defense as well as on the offense lt was necessary for him to do so and he Stepped whenever he was called upon to act as field general lnto the oreool, whenever he was needed, and nlled 1 ll fm the Commodores' the position very creditably. On the defense, he was l a hard and sure tackler, despite the fact that he was . th ' ht. ' I ' ' . LARRY CRESONJ End ra er lig Peck ooked mighty good Larry Creson, another graduate of the previous BREVARD MILLER jilanffgmi lm year's Frosh team, under the able tutelage of Hek Brevard Miller, the student manager for 1925, did Q YVakefield, became one of the best ends on the Com- a good job of managing the Commodores. He was modore squad, and while he was not in every game, a hard and conscientious worker, and deserves a lot i acquitted himself very creditably in the ones in of credit for the time and work he put in at the which he did take part. He was good at getting task. He was very ably assisted by Andy Holmes, 1 down under puntsn to say nothing of being quite ac- manager for next year, Otto Dowlen, and a whole , 4 complished at booting the pigskin-pardon me, cow- crew of men who were candidates for the assistant hide-on his own hook. He was quite as adept at managership. They all worked hard, and to those l, booting a wet ball as a dry one, and proved that who were elected, the University extends congratula- 1 , in the Ole Miss fray. He was mighty cool in the tions, and to those who worked without reward other '54 pinches, too. He looks mighty good to us. than recognition, appreciation. gl The Porter Cup L., 0 The awarding of the Porter Cup for 1925 was a comparatively easy matter, for the simple lf reason that there was one of those rare athletes in school, a four-letter man, namely: Tom Ryan.. ' l Despite the fact that Vandy was crowded with exceptional Athletes, Tommy stood out above x: all. The famous plunging fullback was equally at home on gridiron, court or diamond. Besides he could sling the discus well enough to topple an old intercollegiate mark. These combinations l together with a fighting spirit derived from Irish ancestors make Tommy irresistable. He was l l the mainstay of the football team for three years, his punting pulling Vandy out of many a gloomy situation. He was lost to this year's team by graduation, and his absence was keenly felt. May l more Ryans come to Vanderbilt! '0Is1 l.,.-.7lOtL-...Ji0I'n,1. -.Q..,.-.HO I-+Z.,s--,!20C OK..ii....'lTf,lNOK,..DiOlC'.f.-lM...L'.l15liP Y fiow the Vanderbilt c:OIT1I'1'1OCiO1'6S Lined Up To anyone not on the inside, the lineup, of those Commodores would have been a mystery, for it never was clear even to the coaches just exactly what it was. McGugin of necessity originated a plan where men played one place on the defense and another on the offense. The only unchangeable places were Bob Rives and Swine McKibbon at tackles, Vaughn Booth at end, and Kenneth Bryan at guard. Part of the year jess Keene played guard on the offense and center on the defense, with Vernon Sharpe vice versa. At the lirst of the year Zach Coles played guard on the offense and end on the defense, but ended up the season at end on both offense and defense. Gil Reese played everything from half to end on the offense, and safety on the defense. Bill Hendrix played fullback on the offense and half on the defense. Bill Spears played quarter some- times and half at others. Neil Cargile played every- thing from quarter to end on the offense and backed A Tribute Numerous tributes have been paid to championship teams, and they were deserved. Numerous tributes have been paid to good fighting teams, and they were just as much deserved. This is a tribute to a good fighting team- the Vanderbilt Commodores of 1925. No tribute was ever more deserved. The Commodores showed that they were full of the old Vanderbilt Fighting spirit that has always characterized Vanderbilt football teams. The 1925 Commodores had their share and more, too. It is easy for a team to win-butlit is not easy for a team to win and still realize that they could do better. But the Commodores could-and did-do both. Of course Nor- mal and Henderson-Brown were practice games, and the Commodores treated them as such-they went in there to play football, and to play their best. Almost any team Can win practice games with weaker teams against them, but very few teams can win from teams that are their equals or better. Yet the Commodores did that. The Texas Longhorns were as good as the Com- modores, and they were bigger. They played about as good a brand of football,yet the Commodores won. The Commo- dores won by fighting with their backs to the wall until an opportunity came, and then taking advantage of the opportunity when it did arrive. ? f. Tennessee was next. When a team can come back in the second half with the score against them and then end up on the big end of a 34-7 score, that team deserves praise. Then when a team can lose, stage a comeback, and then fight like the Commodores did against Georgia Tech after losing to Georgia and barely beating Mississippi, more praise is deserved. - But the crowning glory of the Commodores came at the end of the season. They went to Birmingham. outplayed Auburn in every department of the game, gaining some 4,00 yards to Auburn's 17, and then lost. That was enough to take the spirit out of any team, but not the Commodores. They came back, and when the Sewanee Tiger came down from his mountain lair with an extra strong team, the Commodores went in to win, and did. Too much praise cannot be given to the Commodores for their spirit. It was that way all the way through. When the Com- modores were up against a weak team, they fought, and when they ran into a better one, the fought harder. Cap- tain Gil Reese was a living embodiment of the Vanderbilt spirit. Regardless of how many men were on him, he always tried to run back a punt rarely calling for a fair catch. He was always the First man on his feet, and always had a smile. The whole University, and all who have seen them in action, take off their hats to a team that knew how to win and knew how to lose, and then how to win againg a team that always fought, no matter how far ahead or how far behind they were-the Vanderbilt Commodores of 1925. 1 sow xox xox ,xc-ox xox ,wa wok A Prospects for 1926 If all the men who are at present available for the gridiron work return next year and are eligible, in all probability the Commodores will rise to championship heights next season. Only four men will be lost from rank, and while all four, Reese, Rives, George VValler, and Ken Bryan, will be missed greatly, the present Varsity men, the present reserves, and the 1925 Frosh aggrega- tion should provide a team almost on a parity with those that have won championships in the past. It is useless to state that there will be a great battle among the reserves to till the departing men's shoes, but it seems that even the regulars will have to fight for their places on the 1926 machine. For added to the list of capable forwards who were out last season, are jim Oliver, Browne, Bristow, Lipscomb, White, Full-er, and several others from the Frosh squad. Sharpe and Armistead, to say nothing of tl1e rest of the Frosh backfield, are going to make a strong bid for backfield places. Then there is Plute Lusky, a fine tackle, who was kept from playing all season by an infected leg. Right now it looks like 1926 will be a Vanderbilt year. V fJiOK,,,,JiOLf , ,,, ,QXOK H0014 JIOIL ,, 1.J10k"'I7l0Ka GEORGE WALLER Cabtafn no 'F A o 'T 1, 0 2 ar. 0 0 L -nor :xox -xox J. o . o T . L 0 F' b ..L 3- A .. U in V , , on -xox xox xox Mr: Pm O QQ,-im DOW Q iw MQ Aw Tn C AC XOFCA ' 'KMC 8024 210021. H011 808 H0-I4 COACH 'BILL Track The Vanderbilt track team of 1925 was perhaps the best, at least one of the best dual meet teams in the South. But the Commodores were not limited to dual meets for their laurels, for they won the Tech Relays and came third in the Southern Inter- collegiate Conference meet, aside from winning the only two dual meets they entered. Taken as a whole, they had a very successful season, about as successful as a team could have without actually winning a championship. ' The Tech Relays were the first events the Van- derbilt track squad entered, and they got off to a good start, winning the meet. Here the Commo- dores showed that their strength lay in field events, for Kenneth Bryan, putting the shot, made a heave that surpassed any ever before made at the Relays in Atlanta., Red Rountree, the diminutive redhead, walked' away with the javelin throw, easily defeat- ing all of his competitors. Tom Ryan represented the Commodores in the discus event, and easily won that. And to cap the climax of the Commodore sweep in the field events, George VValler, the Com- modore captain, and the hardest falling man in the South, came in second to Locke of Auburn in the pole vault. The Commodores entered only two run- ning events, the four-mile relay, and the mile relay. They took third place in the mile relay, and second in the four-mile event. The next item on the Commodore track menu was the dual meet with the University of Tennessee. As usual, the Vandy thinly-clads ran off with that meet, taking almost everything in the running events, and completely winning the field contests. Kentucky was next. The Colonels had defeated the Commodore team the year before, when Coach Anderson failed to treat the Kentuckians seriously enough, but 1925 was a different story. Kentucky brought almost the same team that defeated the Commodores in 1924, and Vanderbilt was repre- sented by practically the same bunch. The meet was good, but not close, as it was not even necessary to run the mile relay, which is Coach Anderson's hobby. The season ended with the Conference meet up on the mountain where the Sewanee Tiger hides except on Thanksgiving, when he comes out for his annual football beating by the Commodores. There was quite an array of track talent up there-the best in the South. Here again the Commodores showed their field strength. They took two places in the javelin throw-Rountree besting the field for first, and Peterson bringing in another point with fourth. Ryan won the discus, and Ken Bryan, the boy who set the record at the Tech Relays, was third among the entries in his event. Capt. George Waller, after X014 XOR fl-Ok H0014 XOR XOR .XOIL XOR -XOR, 808 51003 XOR HOF' SOR taking some particularly hard falls from a height of around twelve feet, tied for second in the pole vault. Vanderbilt took third in the mile relay, giv- ing the Commodores third place in the whole meet. The Commodore track team, composed of about sixteen men had the various events well distributed among themselves. Allen Applegate and Bill Rob- erts ran the hundred and two-twenty for the Com- modores, and both were fast men. Aztec Jones and Everett Gibson took care of the four-forty event for the Commodores, Van Order and Ewing Baskette, the Vanderbilt Nurmi, took care of the half-mile runs, while Peck and Johnny Jennings drew the mile and two-mile events. The mile relay team has always been Coach An- derson's pride and joy, and while the team last year took third at both the Tech Relays and the Conference lyfeet, Coach Anderson had every one of them out every afternoon, running their tongues out on quarters. Bill Huffman, Bill Roberts, Rafael Smith, and Hoot Gibson represented Vanderbilt in the mile relay. Applegate and Roberts, aside from running the dashes represented the Commodores when it came to broad-jumping, Smith did the high-jumping for them. Of course Ken Bryan put the shot, and how well he put it may be judged from the fact that he up a new record at the Tech Relays' 'and took third at the Conference meet. Walle1', who had the repu- tation of falling harder and caring less about his falls than any man in the South, was the Commodore pole vaulter. Captain VValler got over twelve feet last year, taking second in both the Tech Relays and the Conference Meet. Tom Ryan and Kimbrock Peterson threw the discus for Vanderbilt, and con- tributed more than their share of points to the Com- modores in the various meets. Red Rountree, who took third in the javelin throw at the Penn Relays in 1924 after all his javelins had been ruled out, hurled it for the Commodores last year. Red broke two hundred feet several times in practice, but was unable to get above 197 in a meet. Peterson shared the javelin throwing duties with Rountree. The Freshmen, Blake, Hooff, and Chesney, all got their quarters down to around fifty during the year, and thatls quite an accomplishment. Paul Sanger was the fourth man on the team, and an injury to his leg in practice prevented him from running the last part of the year. With the old relay team back to a man, and three such promising Frosh as Blake, Hooff, and Chesney coming up next year, Coach An- derson should realize his dream of dreams-another championship mile relay team. Track prospects as a whole look good, as Rountree and Ryan are the only men the Commodores lose in 1926. Bill Roberts is captain-elect. XOR XOR DIOR 8608 XOR Y 'XOR ,XOR T 1 ,xovieexoic I exon -zooz: :xox wx -my 'fc . ,.- ...M :IV n Ioo-Yard . . Ioo-Yard . 220-Yard . 440-Yard . 880-Yard . . One-Mile . Two-Mile . . . 120 High Hurdles . 220 Low Hurdles . High Jump . High jump . . . Running Broad jump Pole Vault .... Discus . Shot Put . Javelin . Mile Relay . THE 1925 TRACK SQUAD COHfCT6HC6 R6CO1'dS . . . . . . . . . . . MASON, Vanderbilt 9 4-5 seconds . . . . . . . Fos'rER, V. M. I. 9 4-5 seconds . . . . . . . . . FOSTER, V. M. I. ZI 6-Io seconds . . . . . . . . . . . JENKINS, L. S. U. 49 seconds . . . . . . . . . SCOTT, lVIississippiAand M. 1 minute, 55 seconds . . . . . . . . . . . . ROBINSON, Mississippi A. and M. 4 minutes, 25 4-10 seconds ................HoWELL,Vanderbilt 9 minutes, 49 seconds . . . SHIRLEY, L. S. U. I 1 -1.5 2-5-seconds. I . MOORE, North Carolina I 25 .I-LO seconds i . . . . SHIRLEY, L. S. U. 5 feet, HM inches 5 feet, IHA inches . ROBINSON, Georgia Tech . NEWTON, Florida .22-feet,.9,inches i i 12 fleet, 3- 5-8 inches' . . . . . . . . . . GATCHELL, Mississippi A. and M. 136 feet, 3 inches . . . . . . BRADY, Kentucky , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BEERS, Maryland 44 feet, IOM inches . . . . . . . . . . . . . VVECHELL, Georgia Tech 192 feet, 7 inches . . . . . . NANCE, RUNYON, EARLY, HENDRICKS, Vanderbilt 3 minutes, 25 2-Io seconds HOF' 202' L QKOK L '73XO0k' L LJZOK, P101-L ,XOR or4:i 'H no-xe , , :-:ox 'xox HQ 1 TL ,. JOHN MCCALL Cabtain . Lv. 'V' 2 3 2 3 0 'R 0 'O' 1: 3 E 2 1- I 3 J. 0 2 1 an Ol! ' DIOR-,W -XOR, ,2xGlC..,,, --, -. ,Ji-O 32?-?Q5QjUe'?f5 QWQQEQYEBU 9655 A KETB LL 1, I 0 Z T t 1' fPIOI4'f KOH' 5 ll-Ok " ' X 'r 1 0 N A... ,, i if lt ' xoox. J-row nor xox ' v..... 1' "II 'F vert: . . mi MARTIN UA, A .7orwru-d I Clin I 2 Basketball 0 The Vanderbilt Commodores, after suffering set- backs from loss of men for various reasons, had a rather successful season. To start things off for the Commodores, Jonas Coverdale, captain for x926, was declared ineligible on account of his connection with the Nashville Y. M. C. A. Then Len Kirkes, who was expected to hold down the hole position for the Vandy five, was ruled out because he was not carrying the required number of hours in the Academic School. The next disaster came in the form of the two-sport rule, which kept all football men except Jess Keene, who made the required B average, from playing on the basketball team. Then Gil Reese dropped out of school. But the Commodores went to work and built up another team, with Jim Stuart and Malcolm Moss the only lettermen left. Stuart was at center, Moss at running guard, John McCall, captain-elect, at standing guard, and Ken VVindes, Willie Martin, Dan Brooks, and Frank Bridges taking care of the forward berths. Vanderbilt started out the season with this lineup by beating Olsen's Terrible Swedes at Nashville in the opening game of the season. But disaster was to follow. The quintet left on its Christmas trip, and when they returned to Nashville, they had lost four games and won none. Then came the first city title tilt. The Commo- dores played the Burk Terrors, a new team, and lost by a close score. Marquette was next. They came to Nashville before the Commodores had fully developed a winning combination, but the Vander- bilt quintet held them to a victory by a very small margin. Georgia Tech had beaten Marquette when the Tornado invaded Nashville so the dope was against the Commodores. But the Vanderbilt aggregation responded nobly, and defeated the Yellowjackets by a decisive score. After losing to Alabama by a small score, the Commodores left on a road trip through Mississippi and Louisiana. They dropped four games, one to A. 8: M., one to Ole Miss, and one each to L. S. U. and Tulane. The last two games were lost by one-point margins, and the Com- modores shot several disputed goals in each contest. On their home stay, they defeated Middle Tennes- see State Normal twice, the Ramblers once, Missis- sippi A. Sz M. once, the Burk Terrors once, and split a two-game series with the Y. M. H. A. Peps. Dur- ing that time, they went to U. T. and dropped a game by a one-point margin in the last fifteen sec- onds of play. At the time of writing, the Commodores do not plan to enter the Conference tournament in Atlanta. The thing next in importance to the tournament is the city championship. At present, the Commodores, rated as outsiders at the beginning of the race, are out in front. They have split two games each with the Terrors and the Peps, and have a victory over the Ramblers. To win the championship, it HOC-JOY" i ' HO!! .JZOOK 'XOR PIO!! H014 'Y 3 X 'ar X 4 0 Y 'L W' NXOK' HOB DIOR H0054 'XOK H014 13103 is necessary for a team to win two out of three games from each of the other teams in the race. The Commodores, I925 champions, bid fair to repeat in 'z6. John McCall, who was elected captain after Cover- clale was declared ineligible, played a stellar game at standing guard until he too was forced to give up basketball. Jess Keene took his place, and jess developed into a first class guard before the end of the season. Despite his size, his game was un- usually free from fouls, and he and Jim Stuart managed to get the tipoff from center almost every time. jim Stuart was easily the star of the team. His work at center was excellent, to say nothing of his floor work. Stuart, who acted as captain after McCall was out, was high scorer for the team, bagging anywhere from ten to twenty points every game. Malcolm Moss played a stellar game at running guard, and Frank Bridges held down a forward berth and assisted in a very creditable manner. Bridges was second point man up to the time of writing. Dan Brooks, Willie Martin, and Ken Windes all took care of the other forward position, and any one of them would have sufhced. These three men, along with Bridges, were all Hrst-year men. .-1. ac. 0 0 me ve lon Row-0'C'a11aghan. Bridges, Templeton, Moss, Ebert, Martin Bottom Row-Keene, Porter, McCall, Stuart, Brooks X' xox .xor nos 'BROOK noir exon xox X T 30021. H01-4 HOB 110014. DSOKA 21034 XOR T Baseball The Commodores did not have such a good baseball season in 1925, yet it was not so bad. They went through the season with a percentage of .556, winning ten games out of the eighteen they played. They com- piled a total of III runs while their opponents trailed them with 102. It seems that the Commodores played better baseball against teams outside of the Conference than they did against members of the S. I. C., for the S. I. C. rec- ord for the Vanderbilt nine Was four games won and five games lost. Outside the Conference, the Commo- dores played Indiana, champ-ions of the Big Ten for 1925, Oglethorpe, champions of the South for I924, S. P. U. and Middle Tennessee State Normal. In the three-game series with Indiana, the Commodores took two games, and in the four-game series with Ogle- thorpe, Vanderbilt took two. S. P. U. and Middle Ten- nessee State Normal were easy victims. Vanderbilt opened her season with the three-game series with Indiana. Those three games were slug fests, as one would gather from the score: Vanderbilt 14, Indiana 95 Vanderbilt 12, Indiana 6, and Vanderbilt 3, Indiana ro. A total of 54. runs in three games! Auburn came next, and the Plainsmen brought quite a good aggregation of baseball players up to engage the Commodores for a couple of games. The invaders took the first game, 7-3, but the Commodores staged a comeback and took the second with a score of 7-6. The Southern Champions of 1924. were next on the Commodore baseball menu. And they played like champions, for when the smoke of battle cleared away, the Oglethorpe team had taken both games, the first one ro-o, and the second one 8-5. S. P. U. stopped over for a licking, and then Georgia Tech invaded the home of the Commodores. The first game was a good one, and while Malcolm Moss held his opponents to one run, his teammates furnished the margin of victory by driving in two. However, Tech took a liking to McKibbon's fast ones in the second game and slammed out a 9-5 victory over the home team. Alabama, who later won the Southern Championship, came up next. Malcolm Moss again pitched a good game, holding the Crimson batters to one run, and his teammates again came through with two. However, Alabama liked MeKibbon's offerings as well as did Tech and Bert Larry was unable to stop them either- the result, Alabama II, Vanderbilt 7. Oglethorpe, like the well-known cat, came back. This time they didn't look as much like champions as they had before, for the Commodores took both games of the second series, the first 11-o, and the second 11-7. Then the Commodores journeyed up to Knoxville to take on the University of Tennessee. U. T. took the XOR ROR XOR.. 10011 Y... .Ji0R, JQK, .XOR 'gif' , PIQK NOX-1 ,HOP H003 9103 -Ji'0Iff 55014 first game, ten to nine, but Moss pitched the second and the Commodores emerged on the long end of a 5-1 A A , score. When the Commodores came back, they finished , A,,,fA e W up their season with a game with Normal. They gave Dggla , in the. Normalites quite a licking, running up twelve runs A , 2 while the Murfreesboro boys were able to get only two. A , A . To wind up the season, the Commodores went down A Ig to the Alabama Homecoming, to play off the series tie A 'QQ with Alabama, as the Commodores and the Crimson A had each taken one game from the other. Moss, who as had defeated the Crimson Tide in Nashville, hurled 4 2 the game in Tuscaloosa. He held the Crimson to one XT, A' clean hit, but bases on balls and errors gave the Crim- L A "' son two runs, While the Commodores were unable to , Score i V A AA A .',.f Taken as a whole, the Commodores had a good hit- A -C ting team last year. Several men on the team batted A " ' above or around .3oo, and Captain Gil Reese led the ' 59 ' 3 senin in home inns knocked. They fielded fairly well, 1 , . 3' also. However, the main weakness of the Commodores - 'HEEAIQBON lay in their Pitching Staff. They had one of the best A iiiAAAAAi pitchers in the South, Malcolm Moss, and he rarely . ' , lost a game. Then they had Fred McKibbon, a speed if --.' i X E. ball pitcher. However, many of the teams seemed to like his fast ones too well for him to win many games. 3, Then there was Bert Larry of Arkansas, who worked in iili A A -' 2 the role of relief pitcher. . , p A, Jess Baughman held down first base for the Commo- - 1, dores. Red Sanders cavorted around the middle sack. . 2 Nig Waller held down short stop, while Captain Gil , 7 I A Reese guarded the hot corner. Practically every man V i an on the infield was a good hitter, but Captain Reese led 'i" A 9 "i' A A 3 them al" iaaa e V ,itt . In the outfield, Jimmie Lancaster, who led the team g in hitting, played right field, Jack Yearwood played center, and Bob Ledyard cavorted around out in left. - I, ' 'AAf A'A'4 f A' Neil Cargile Played left the finer few games of the . A season. an The scores: ' , A H5595 ' .A -A Eg Vanderbilt Indiana . . 9 'fiilii AiAA Af , Vanderbilt Indiana . . 6 . Vanderbilt Indiana . . ro Vanderbilt Auburn . . 7 Vanderbilt Auburn . . 6 I Vanderbilt Oglethorpe . ro A ' ' A A A Vanderbilt Oglethorpe . 8 3 Vanderbilt S. P. U. . . 2 ' Vanderbilt Georgia Tech 1 Vanderbilt Georgia Tech 9 3 Vanderbilt Alabama . . 1 A1 Vanderbilt Alabama . II I Bo I at Vanderbilt Oglethorpe . . . o I ROWLAND 2 Vanderbilt Oglethorpe . . . 7 l Vanderbilt U. of Tenn. . IO Vanderbilt U. of Tenn. . I Vanderbilt M. T. Normal 2 Vanderbilt -1 f Alabama . . 2 , GK, QOH XOR PIOXL XO-OI! V, R011 HOBTTTHOIC , HGV' HOF NOR 80-08 ROR XOR XOR 3- as 0 o 'ff sc 5 :. 0 . 9 " Tennis T Tennis was another of the group of minor sports which were recognized at Vanderbilt for the first time last year. There had been a Tennis Association for some time, and tournaments had been held among the students several years straight. However, tennis was mad-e a minor sport, and a team was picked. Eight men were selected from South Campus, along with eight from West Campus, to compete in an elimination contest. The team selected was composed of Sandy Murray, Fred Rudder, Julius Lowenstein, and jenkins. They had only two contests, both with the University of Chattanooga. Chattanooga came to Vanderbilt first, and the Vanderbilt racqueteers defeated them, but the Chattanooga aggre- gation got revenge when the Commodore four invaded their stronghold. The South Campus team, composed of Overall, Cheater, Matthews, and Murray went up to Sewanee while the Conference track meet was being held. They played the Tiger team that morning, and defeated them by a large margin. There was some misunderstanding about the expenses which was never straightened out by the managers, and South Campus declared a break with Sewanee so far as tennis was concerned. VVhile the newly organized Tennis team did not have a very pretentious schedule, they fared remarkably well in their initial year. The sport is expected to improve its standing in the Uni- versity next year as all the last year's team will be back, and there are two or. three stars in the Freshman class, among them john Thomas, Junior Champion of Tennessee, who played with the University of Chattanooga last year. It might be well to mention here that there were two tournaments held last year, one on South Campus, won by Sandy Murray, who is captain of the University tennis team for 1926, and one on VVest Campus, won by Zaring. The two winners were scheduled to play for the championship, but Murray broke his arm, and Rudder, who fought Murray five sets before the South Campus champ could eliminate him from the South Campus finals, took Murray's place and defeated Zar- ing in the play for the University Championship. 'lol' 3014 H08 H008 808 ' .JIOI4 .ROR , -if OK' -X011 H08 8014 HOOK WOR., ,XQKT 803 .gg AL S 2 JL 3 e ,, . . SW1mm1ng Vanderbilt had her first swimming team last year. Swimming was made a minor sport at the beginning of the first term, and the team made remarkable progress during the season. Due to the fact that 1924-25 was the Hrst time swimming had been rated as an intercollegiate sport at Van- derbilt, the team did not have a very pretentious schedule, limiting itself to several meets with the local Y. M. C. A. and Peabody College, and one meet with Georgia Tech. The main thing which was accomplished was that the team showed that swimming was real sport, and that Van- derbilt had much good tank material. Swimming is expected to take its place with the other sports next year, and a successful season is expected. The Vanderbilt team did remarkably well. They defeated the Y team in every encounter, as well as Peabody. They lost to Tech, however, when they went to Atlanta. Herbert Guy was elected captain, Dana Nance, manager, and Doctor F. B. Messing officiated as coach. These men, as well as the rest of the team, deserve much credit for the remarkable show- ing the team made in its initial year. Captain Guy, Rutherford, Nance, Kirkes, and Dawson composed the Commodore roster of dash men, and came out in front in practically every meet. Silver, Eaton, and Fletcher, who composed the distance division of the Vandy tank team, also came out on top everywhere except at Tech. The breast stroke division, composed of Fletcher and Vaughn, as well as the backstrokemen, Rutherford and Fletcher, also fared well. Len Kirkes was perhaps the star diver of the bunch, while De Bardeleben ran him a close second. The diving team, as well as the relay team, composed of Guy, Kirkes, Rutherford, and Nance, won every meet except the one in Atlanta, and placed in that. Dent VVilliams was the only man to smash a record. He devoted all his energies to the plunge for distance, and set up a new Southern mark in the Tech meet. 1108 ROR XOR 80014 8014 TXOR XOR 'fl ,, H011 HOF 508' H0015 "TIGR 1 808 'XOR X I "" , ,.,, 1 ,,.. W2 450' 7 f , aa ww f 4 G' 3 9 A.. Wi gig, :EC z,.z . Goif , Golf was installed as a minor sport at Vanderbilt at the beginning of last year, and on the whole, the new team made a very creditable showing inn its initial year. Only two meets were entered, one at Knoxville, the Tennessee Invitation, and the other at Birmingham, the Southern Intercollegiate. Quite a bit of interest was taken in the sport, and a number of candidates reported for practice. The team was finally selected, and Ed Houston, captain and manager, Joe Morse, Kenneth McConnico, Elmore Steltzer, Jimmie Tup-per, and Homer Jonas were selected to represent Vanderbilt on the fairway and green. A team composed of Capt. Houston, Elmore Steltzer, Jimmie Tupper, and Homer Jonas entered the Tennessee Invitation Tournament. They won the tournament, and Captain Houston was low medalist. 4 Captain Houston was declared ineligible on the eve of the Birmingham trip. Stelt- zer, lNIorse, Tupper, Mcconnico, and Jonas ente1'ed the Southern Intercollegiate Tournament. While none of them were among the winners, all of them made a very creditable showing. There was a lot of good golfing material present, and the sport seems to have a bright future in Vanderbilt. The 1924-25 team is greatly indebted to Nashville pro- fessionals for their aid in improving the games of the respective members. 5 3. VKO!-1 ,JKOIL I L ,JIOK VXHCNOK- ,,,J!'0ii H308 YORK' GK' "M .QjI0l1.i"'?KOIl""""' W , XOKT, Y .XOOHLZTQ WQKPIF " -M "W, ,9'l0!f"T..?I0PF" Interfrat Baseball The Sigma Nus won the interfraternity baseball cup for 1925 when they eliminated the Kappa Sigmas in the final game. The Sigma Nus had by far the strongest team in the race, as was shown by the fact that they easily defeated the S. A. Efs and Kappa Sigma's, who had almost as easily defeated the other teams left in the race after the first couple of rounds. The final game was rather a walkaway for the Sigma Nus, as is shown by the fact that the' score was 17-4. The winners had a strong team all the way around, a bunch of good fielders to back Yates, an extra good twirler for the fraternity league, and a bunch of good hitters to pile up the runs necessary for Wins. George Waller was captain of the victorious Greek outfit, and was perhaps the best hitter on the team. Matthews was behind the bat for them, while Lawson Yates threw them over the plate. The Sigma Nus had a good infield-the long, lanky Dan Brooks at first base, Longshore at second, 'Whitehead, a hard hitter, at short, and Red Rountree at the hot corner. Ebert did his stuff in left field, while Lengnick ofliciated in right. Captain George VValler held down the center berth. Interfraternity baseball reached its eleventh year of active existence last year, as it started in 1913, continued for four years, disappeared for two years, and then resumed its proper place in interfrat activities. ' K SHOES JIOKG TPlOlL,v,.-,flOO!V" HOF' N ""XOR PIOILQ --Q-few K. -' -- '11 - -a.: Af- ' .,-.f Jx'.--- "wr ' .Q vt:--we 1. fn., X.. , W 1447. -W :..xf'v, - - 7 '. if . f1.'C1-sr FUCK? Interfraternity Basketball The A. T. O. fraternity basketball squad won the interfraternity tournament when they defeated the Phi Delta Theta quintet in the finals of the tournament, 29-19. The A. T. O.'s had the best team on the campus, and defeated the Pi Kappa Alpha five in a hard game to start the season. The Delta Kappa Epsilon team was the next victim of the Alpha Tau Omega quintet. They met the Sigma Nus in the semi-finals, from whence they emerged victors to play the Phis for the championship. The Phis defeated the Delta Tau Deltas, the Kappa Alphas, and the Kappa Sigmas, 1925 champions, to enter the finals. The deciding contest was hard fought all the way through, and the score at the end of the first half was A. T. O., 95 Phi Delta Theta, 8. The A. T. O.'s came back strong in the second half, and the great work of Sanders and Richter enabled them to win the cup. The Alpha Tau Omega line-up was L. Richter and Sanders, forwardsg Griffey, centerg and B. Richter and Ledyard, guards. Yearwood played part of the game at forward. Pie Hay, a regular forward for the champs, was unable to participate because of sickness. The Phi line-up was Crutcher and Harris, forwardsg Dickerson, centerg and R. Smith and Sharpe guards. Sims substituted for Crutcher and Smith at different stages of the game. .,...ff'5Q,,,,,,,3'.:g..,,..,,4,,,,,,., ' 5-L.,.,T ,T-34?143fZLj,Y ,AGL . Y ' JKPZ-5" -QEGECT '-axon, :xox non noon xox: nop not an .n 0 0 as 'ar Inter-Frat Track The Sigma Chi track team annexed the interfraternity track cup offered by the Pan-Hellenic Council by defeating all other competitors with a score of 48W points. The Phi Kappa Sigmas were second with 31 points, the Kappa Sigmas third with 19, the Phi Delta Thetas fourth with 15, and the Dekes fifth with 12. No other team made over ten points. The Sig team, composed of Kirkes, Mims, Tirrill, Carter, Bringle, Huffman, and Bill Peck, literally romped to victory, taking six first places and four seconds, with a few thirds and fourths thrown in to make up their total of almost fifty points. Guy Lindsay was manager of the Sig team. Len Kirkes, of the Sig squad, was the individual star of the meet, taking first place in the high hurdles, the low hurclles, and the broad-jump, third place in the pole vault, and tying for fourth in the high jump for a total of I7 I-2 points. 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Formerly the Pan-Hellenic Council published "The Comet" and later the "Com- modore," until it was given over to the student body as a Whole in 1912. There are sixteen chapters of national fraternities represented in this organization. The Pan-Hellenic also encourages and sponsors interfraternity basketball, baseball, and track, and a silver loving cup is presented to each Winning team by the council. A silver cup is also given each year to the fraternity attaining the highest scholastic aver- age for the year. Besides this the council Works for good feeling and harmony among the ranks of the rival Greeks and promotes friendliness and good Will. New officers are elected each year, those for the past year being W. B. Smith, Presi- dent, Cad Polk, Vice-President, and Robins Ledyard, Secretary-Treasurer. 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""""" " "" E fs, "ly, fl N"N2'.f1 5 Pill Delta Theta Founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, December 26, 1848 Incorporated under the laws of tl1e State of Ohio, March I2, 1881. Colors: Azure and Argent Flofwer: White Carnation Tennessee Alpha Chapter Established 1876 FRATRES IN FACULTATE MORGAN BRANDON . . . .............. Member Board of ALLEN R. CARTER ..... . .... Member Board of Trust ROBERT F. JACKSON ..... . . . Mefnber' Board of Trust JAMES C. McRE1'NoLDs . . Member Board of Trust JOHN DANIEL, M.A., LL.D. . . .... Professor of Physics RICHARD A. BARR, M.A., M.D. . . . Professor School Medicine S. S. CR0CKE'I'I', M.D. .... . .Professor School Medicine M. B. DAVIS, M.D. . . . . Professor School Medicine A. W. HARRIS, M.D. . . . .Professor School Medicine 1. OWSLEY MANIER, M.D. . . . . Professor School Medicine HARRINGTON A. MARR, M.D. . . . . Professor School Medicine LARKIN SMITH, M.D. .... . . Professor School Medicine W. H. WHT, M.D. .... . . Professor School Medicine WALTER M. MORGAN, D.D.S. . . . . Professor School Medicine FITZGERALD HALL, B.S., LL.B. . . . . Professor in School of Lafw I. E. BOYNTON, B.E. .... . . Professor of Engineering Page one hundred forty-five Trust VJ q Quo 25 1471 xg:-ffuof pup ,,,4.Z,, .-f ,sam W XA 2., 3 .. are will ' PHI DELTA THETA Top Row-Prarlc, Gaston, Dobbs, Cullum, Bradforcl, Killebrew, Dudley, Bransford, Frazier, Salter, Richardson, Hildebrand, E. Provost. Third Row-Sims, Clark, McC-iaughy, Peach, Vaughn, Sharp, Powell, Williamson, Adamson, Davis. Second Row-Dickerson, Gamdner, Shands, Webb, Berkley, R. Smith, Williams, Stuart, Harris, Jones. Perry. Bottom Row-'Wallely Armstrong, Crutcher, L. Smith, F. Provost, Crockett, Fletcher, Orr, Wilsoii, Street, Bell, Young, Gollum. X : -N 'l c,,,3 T? A-Xie' l- P fy , if QA ES EZXQLH if if Q ll W Q 1 Q fa Nljln gg. . EGWW Ei?iit.,.4fx, " EKJ 5 weigh ggi' S 4. 1 ik ,KI .ml , M4211 ., EXAM. 0 W .W'f2'?Z , 33 Um wif' '77 if i- 'Lil 4s.- 5 ,gr K-P' , -..-..... F! Fi A ,,,.w"w ""sT".ff. V' ""i2"?"'AP "'- sf-Wfwfgif-"elif .,,,v, , ..,'ffr'Wftii1"g "C "" ' "jf"1'Ef",L'f" are rwvfffw- ----- -'mm-ffm-fee.: , 0112.5 , PNN, aw' we raw ..i,1.., Q " ,fr 'l f "N-fzsids li Q , if 5 alive '.,l?'.5s,i ia ,.f'?,lI' ia,y,,Q1a:.i'f f1j11,,1.f,, E , lggi eff 44' '- 11 'i.zf,.f'3 f Q .... Ji- ,..,,.. 4 e.:..L,,.:'l..E.Z..,g.L ,,,, :gf l..,.,'f' fs 1- JH .-W -gifs. ...T ,,.,. -W ?'fiI"' 59.3 , 'ei7'i5"5J-71,51-53 Q fx 'N-ffm fs Wi'-7? FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of IQ26 HARVEY BELL, M.D. .... Oakwood, Tex. WATKINS CROCKETT, B.E. .... Nashville FRANK W. FLETCHER, B.A. . . . Nashville JAMES WA LLER, B.A., Class HERBERT' ARMSTRONG, B.A. . . Tupelo, Miss. ARTHUR T. BERKLEY, B.A. . . Tupelo, Miss. GORDON ST. C. DICKERSON, B.A. . Nashville EDWIN S. GARDNER, B.A. .... Nashville EDWARD HARRIS, B.A. .... Selma, Ala. J. FRANK HOWELL, LL.B. . Columbus, Ohio CHARLES S. JONES, B.A. . . Kansas City, Mo. WILBUR D. PERRY, B.E. . . Stevenville, Tex. Qf VVILSON R. ORR, LL.B. . . . Hartselle, Ala. FRANK P. PROVOST, B.A. .... Nashville I'IENRY LAIRD SMITH, B.A .... Lynnville LL.B., M'.A. . Nashville 1927 G. DUOAS SHANDS, B.A. . . Cleveland, Miss. T. L. ROSS, B.A., LL.B. . . Clarksdale, Miss. RAPHALL F. SMITH, B.E. . . Owensboro, Ky. DAN LEE STREET, B.A., LL.B. . . Cadiz, Ky. JAMES G. STUART, JR., B.A. . Owensboro, Ky. DWIGHT WEBB, B.A. . OVERTON VVILLIAMS, B.E. . . E. HOYLE YOUNG, LL.B. . RICHARD T. WILSON, B.A.. . .Nashville Class of EVAN LLOYD ADAMSON, B.A. . . . Nashville VAUGHN BOOTH, B.A. . . . Hartselle, Ala. CHARLES BARHAM, LL.B. .... Nashville W. LOUIS DAVIS, JR., LL.B. . . . Nashville JOHN H. DEWITT, JR., B.E. . . . Nashville Class of AUS1iIN H. BELL, M.D. . . Hopkinsville, Ky. EWING L. BRADFORD, B.A. .... Nashville JOHN S. BRANSFORD, B.A. .... Nashville CANNON D. CLARK, B.A. . .Tupelo, Miss. S. A. COLLUM, JR., B.A., M.D. . Texarkana HOYT DOBBS, B.A. . . . Birmingham, Ala. JOHN S. CRUTCHER, B.S., M.D. . Athens, Ga. JOHN S. CULLUM, LL.B. .... Nashville GUILFORD DUDLEY, B.A. .... Nashville JAMES S. FRAZER, JR., B.A. . . . Nashville GARI GASTON, LL.B. ..... Nashville JOE V. VVILLIAMS, Page one hundred foriy-:elven B.A. 1928 SIDNEY F. KEEBLE, LL.B. . . JOHN POWELL, B.A. . . . VERNON H. SHARP, B.A. . CHARLES VAUGHAN, B.A. . H. L. WILLIAMSON, B.E. . . 1929 OLIVER E. HILDEBRAND, B.A. . DAVID KEEELE, B.A. , . . WILLIAM KILLIBREW, B.E. PAUL MCGAUGPIEY, B.A. . WILLIAM PARK, B.A. . . THOMAS PEACH, B.A. . . ED K. PROVOST, B.A. . . . JAMES B. RICHARDSON, B.A. . HIRAM P. SALTER, B.A. . . ROBERT J. SIMMS, B.A. . . ROBERT WEST, B.A. . . . . . Chattanooga . . Nashville . . Nashville Corinth, Miss. . . Nashville White Haven . . Nashville . Nashville . Nashville White Haven . . Nashville . . Nashville Tupelo, Miss. . . Nashville SheFHeld, Ala. . . Nashville . . Nashville . . Nashville . Chattanooga . . Nashville if ff T Q DBLP .Sf A RIPE - .If 56357Y1?L'T TTI 0 .' A -5 . KSN: --, M151 A gsm-A--SQO"f"'-wfQ..?f'g RB 1-.1 'qt Z1 .RAY I ' 2 gf' 44.2 mi F A.. . Rf, J., U J ,LI f, E.. ,3,qN5.I .S 5, E .. WRX , .. ,...- ..mm,m.L..S I..L.-,,A , W ,N Q53 Phi Delta Theta TENNESSEE ALPHA CHAPTER-Continued ALF ADAMS DAVID P. ADAMS HOWELL E. ADAMS MORTON B. ADAMS H. C. ALEXANDER H. L. ALLEN R. A. ARMISTEAD J. M. AVENT S. D. BAXTER J. T. BENSON J. C. BRADFORD J. P. W. BROWN C. N. BRYAN J. W. BRYAN HENRY K. BUCKNER EDWARD BUFORD. JR. DR. F. C. BUNTIN W. A. BUNTIN C. W. CALDWELL MEREDITH CALDWELL ROGERS CALDWELL E. R. CAMPBELL L. R. CAMPBELL M. M. CAMPBELL WILLIAM C. COLLY E. W. COOPER W. P. COOPER E. B. CRAIG, JR. EDWIN CRAIG J. G. CREVELING, JR. J. V. CROCKETT R. W. DAKE J. H. DEWIT1' PAUL DEWITT SARD DEWITT BRUCE DOUGLAS BYRD DOUGLAS LEE DOUGLAS CHARLES EMBRY FRATRES IN URBE WALTER H. EVANS NORMAN FARRELL, JR. MINOS L. FLETCHER E. J. FULLER VV. H. GOODPASTURE F. G. GORDON A. M. HAGAN F. W. HAGAN WILLIAM HAGAN O. E. HARRIS W. F. I'IARRIS DOUGLAS HENRY R. S. HENRY ALFRED E. HOWELL J. T. HOWELL M. B. HOWELL R. B. C. HOWELL FOSTER HOME, JR. H. E. JACKSON, JR. R. F. JACKSON, SR. R. F. JACKSON, JR. IRA P. JONES T. C. KELLING JOHN KIRKMAN J. W. N. LEE E. S. LEWIS, JR. VV. E. LINTON W. L. LOVE HILL MCALLISTER HUNTER MCDONALD R. E. MCNEILLY PERCY D. MADDEN W. R. MANIER, SR. J. O. MANIER MILLER MANIER VV. H. MEEKS, JR. VV. H. MO,RGAN E. T. NOEL J. H. NOEL O. F. NOEL ' ALBERT PARRISH STUART C. PILCHER VV. B. C. PILCHER E. A. PRICE W. D. ROSE A. B. SANDERS J. VV. SEWELL MARION G. SMITH L. F. SPERRY WADE SPERRY ELDON B. STEVENSON WALTER STOKES G. J. STUBBLEFIELD ALONZO TENNISON G. F. TENNISON SMITH TENNISON JOHN THOMPSON, JR. L. LEIGH THOMPSON MCTYEIRE TIGERT CURRY VANCE PIARRY S. VAUGHN VVXLLIAM VAUGHN CHARLES WARTERFIELD ROBERT WALLER WILLIAM WALLER J. L. WATKINS W. C. WEAVER JAMES WEBSTER R. C. VVEBSTER J. R. VVEST J. W. WILLIAMS, JR. J. E. VVILLS JOHN A. 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Prof:-.vror School of Dentist:-y FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of IQ26 THOMAS W. HUGHES, LL.B. . . . Memphis CHARLES CROUCH, M.A. . . Johnson City E. HOWELL CROSS, M.D. . . Gadsden, Ala. YJAMES W. PARKS, B.A. . Brookville, Miss. Class of 1927 E. J. GLENNON, LL.B. ..... Nashville D. E. LIARKEY, D.D.S. . . Russellville, Ark. S. L. LIULTSMAN, LL.B. . . Little Rock, Ark. VVILLIAM M. MARTIN, LL.B. . . . Nashville F. M. RUSSELL, LL.B. GILLAM NAXWELL, JR., VAUGHN BLAKE, B.A. . JOHN VVHEELOGK, B.A. DAVID BAKER, B.A. . VANCE NORFLEET, B.A. . VVALTON CARR, B.A. . PIOWARD EATON, B.E. GUY FRAZIER, B.A. . EDWARD HENRY, B.E. . JOHN HOLLADAY, B.A. GEORGE HENSON, B.A. WDeceased. humlred fifiy-one . . . .Nashville EUGENE E. HUNTER, B.A. . . Johnson City H. H. JENKINS, B.A. ..... Cookeville LOUIS M. SMITH, M.D. . . Russellville, Ark. OWEN M. HINES, LL.B. .... Nashville GRAHAM RYAN, B.A. KENNE'I'PI W. WINDES, D.D.S., Durant, Okla. BRADLEY VVREN, D.D.S. . . . Seattle, Wash. JACK RITCHIE, B.A. Class B.A. . . Cookeville . Fort Worth, Tex. . . . Chattanooga . . Nashville . . . .Memphis JAMES MACFARLAND, GEORGE NILAN, B.A. . . Class . . Nashville . . .Nashville . . . .Nashville . . Jacksonville, Fla. . . . .Nashville . Signal Mountain . . . Ruston, La. IQ28 ORAL WARING, .B.A. . A. A. PATIY, B.A. . FRANK C. HIGHTOWER, VVALTER PARRISH,B.A.. . . . ED CROUCH, LL.B. . B.A. .... Lebanon Hurricane, VV. Va. 1929 RICHARD JAKES, B.A. IULIAN MAYO, B.E. . CHARLES NILAN, B.A. . . . Crowley, La. . . . Nashville Chattanooga B.E.. . . Nashville . Nashville . Johnson City . . Nashville . . . . Nashville Hurricane, W. Va. VV. F. ROSENBLATF, B.A. . . . Atlanta, Ga. ALLAN SHARPE, B.E. . . . .Nashville PAUL THOMPSON, B.A. . . . . Nashville xf"ifgO Jeff ' ALA" v'v wh-PEW 3426?-QB,I?L G 9 A .. vw QPNM Q ff-f N NSN J. P. B. ALLAN C. R. ALLEN H. T. ALLEN W. T. ALLEN, JR. W. S. H. ARMISTEAD P. P. BAILEY S. P. BAILEY W. BAILEY, JR. R. BAKER W. E. BEARD W. S. BEARDEN, JR. A. B. BENEDICT F. W. BLAIR J. V. BLAKE E. BOSTLEMAN J. W. BOYCE L. BROCK C. B. BROWN H. J. BROWN H. B. BUCKNER W. P. BUTLER W. S. COLMERY R. G. COONEY W. M. COVINGTON L. E. CROUCH T. M. DEMOss L. E. ELKINS R. ESTES J. B. EZZELL W. P. FISHER J. T. FISHER J. G. FORSTER Kappa Sigma KAPPA CHAPTER-continued FRATRES IN URBE H. Fox D. H. GAHR R. D. GLEAVES A. V. GOODPASTURE, JR R. R. GOODPASTURE J. M. HARRIS W. O. HARRIS E. HIOHTOWER E. D. HIGHTOWER P. HIGHTOWER E. T. HOLLINS J. E. HOLLINS J. W. HOLLOWAY, JR. D. W. HOLMAN E. W. KENNEDY J. T. KERCHEVAL C. T. KIRKPATRICK W. E. KNOX, JR. J. P. LAWRENCE, JR. J. W. LELLYETT A. B. LITTER J. H. LITTLE J. H. LONG M. E. MCCLURE A. E. MCGANNON H. T. MCGLOTHLIN P. N. MCQUXDDY H. N. MCTYI'ER M. L. MILLER J. W. MIMMS H. P. MURREY, JR. M. P. O'CONNOR J. E. ORR W. F. ORR H. N. PAINE W. B. PAINE CAPTAIN PIERCE F. H. POWERS W. E. PORTER R. REDUS D. RICE W. RICHARDSON, JR. J. H. ROBERTS R. RUDOLPI-T E. P. SCALES H. SHARPE M. H. SI-IARPE W. E. STEGER E. D. SWEENEY C. VV. THOMPSON J. C. THOMPSON R. S. THOMPSON K. M. THROOP W. L. THROOP H. G. TUCKER L. A. TUCKER T. J. TYNE T. M. TYNER C. R. VANCE J. J. VAUGHN C. H. WARWICK, JR. J. L. WILKERSON J. M. WILKERSON, JR. J. R. WILSON Page one hundred fifty run 4, ,,,,,. ,,. .1,-, -Ji Aw, A AT, , , , g"M"',c,,'5L,M"" I 'Zj g2,,k REM -,702 WKO D 5'ff5ZfU 11: Wm, :X gh' 1, Q 92533. .... ., ,... , .,,.... ., ,.., , .,.. ,M . ,,,.,.., , fm, , N' -NX wg, Qf . .XMQV SC I Y' 595:-'Z 1? T3 MK? " WT?" 7 .I Q,M,we,,,www-,y,,.., S 'Qmf-,f-L", Ng.,,j-Zig 1, WN, ,, N ' 5 S ""' 'u""A"" """' 2 NQZ-,iffy .. iv -, . - ...,,,. W--. W , . -, ,. . , ! i U M S ua v-a ab 5 c: U E11 L" +-1 :D IIIK Q3 W nm IIC Q -4 v Ht l 3 61 nm una rnggggigggnu nm vm v6 Page one hundred fifty-three azw sind maj-rfl,l'y' pnpuny DELTA TAU DELTA Top Row-Wriglit, H. Jones, Crutcher, Smith, Atkins, Trice, Langllorst. Third Row-Geny, Skipwith, Eubanks, Brown, Keene, Mogen, Cartwright, Pierce, Bailey, Second Row-McNevin, Sweeney, Fulk, E-. 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Page one hundred fifty-fifve Lambda Chapter Established in 1881 FRATER IN FACULTATE ROBERT TRIMBLE SMITH, Board of Trust FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of . Little Rock, Ark. . . . Nashville . . . Sparta Class of Huntsville, Ala. .' . . . Nashville CHARLES L. KYLE, B.A. Class of . . . Tullahoma . Birmingham, Ala. . . . . Nashville B.A. . . Nashville . . Shreveport, La. J. H. VVRIGHT, LL.B. . 1926 F. A. GEORGE, B.A. . . H. O. JOHNSON, D.D.S. . W. F. EUBANKS, D.D.S. 1927 HORACE HOLMAN, B.A. . JEssE L. KEENE, B.A. . . . . . . Celina 1928 C. VAN NORRED, B.E. . FRED RUDDER, M.D. . . GARLAND SWEENEY, B.E DON MCNEVIN, LL.B. . H. L. SAEGER, B.A. . . . . .Tampa, Fla. Class of 1929 Nashville Nashville Nashville . . Nashville Nashville . . Elmhurst, Ill. V. M. MURRAY, B.E. . . R. M. SKIPWITI-I, B.E. . E. A. SMITH, D.D.S. . B. C. STEINHAUSER, B.E. R. W. A. C. TRICE, B.E. . . TPIURMAN, D.D.S. . . . . Memphis . Lexington, Ky. Daytona, Fla. . .Fayetteville . . Hartsville . . . 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LAL, 33,153 , R -ew llll A ,,., ,,,. . :Vai ""'f .5 Edbixiivk .sky-2 asa Sigma Alpha Epsilon Established at University of Alabama, 1856 Colors: Royal Purple and Old Gold Tennessee Nu Chapter Established I 883 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE GRADUATE STUDENT ROBERT J. WILLIAMS, M.S., Parksdale, Ark. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class SEAWELL BRANDAU, B.S. .... Nashville NIEL H. CARGILE, B.A. . Arkadelphia, Ark. H. O. FELTS, LL.B. . . . Greenville, Miss. CECIL P. JARRELL, D.D.S. . . Columbia, La. of 1926 BEN F. JONES, B.S. . . Flofwer: Violet . . .Nashville HUGH T. MCKINNON, D,D.S. . . Troy, Ala. L. C. NEWMAN, B.A. ..... Covington VV. B. SMITH, LL.B. . . Elkmont, Ala. Class of 1927 MILTON CARR, B.A. . . . Pine Bluff, Ark. A. O. I'IOLMES, B.A. . . . . . Memphis ZACH A. COLES, LL.B. . ..,. Nashville JAMES C. LANCASTER, LL.B. . . . Memphis W. H. COURTNEY, B.A. . Lake Charles, La. K. T. MCCONNICO, JR., B.A. . . Nashville JOHN EARLY, JR., B.S. ..... Nashville CHARLES M. MOSS, B.A. .... Nashville J. H. EASTLAND, B.A. Mineral Wells, Tex. ROY OWENS, B.S. ...... Hartsville MEL. J. VVILSON, LL.B. . . .Bartow, Fla. Class of 1928 WIRT ARM1STEAD,IB.A. . . . . Nashville FRAZIER EDMONDSON, LL.B. . . . Memphis DUKE BALDRIDGE, B.S. ...... Jackson SAM FLEMING, B.A. . . . . . Franklin C. H. BOYLE, B.S. ....... Memphis CLIFTON FLINN, B.A. . . . Hernando, Miss. FRANK BRIDGES, B.A. . ED BUSTER, B.A. . . WALTER CAPERS, LL.B. LIPSCOMB CARL, B.S. . SHEFFIELD CLARK, B.A LARRY CRESON, B.A. . JAMES ARMISTEAD, B.S. ALEX BRISTOW, B.E. . JAMES T. COUCH, B.A. . . JASON FLOYD, B.A. . . JOE R. KING, B.E. . . Pine Blulf, Ark. . . Kingsland, Ark. . Jackson, Miss. . . Cleveland . . Nashville . . Memphis C lass . . . Nashville . Mexie, Tex. McKinny, Tex. Senatobia, Miss. . Murfreesboro JAMES H. MEEK, B.A. . . . Camden, Ark. VVILLIAM NESTOR, B.S. ..... Nashville A. W. PIERCE, B.A. . . . Fort Worth, Tex. RALPH OWENS, B.S. ...... Harrsville PARKE STREET, B.S. ...... Nashville GEORGE H. TYNE, LL.B. .... Nashville of 1929 ALLEN MEADORS, B.A. ..... Nashville REEVES H. NEWMAN, B.A. . . . Covington WILLIAM F. ORR, B.A. ..... Nashville ERNEST REDO, B.A. . . . Birmingham, Ala. VVILSON SMITH, B.E. .... Blakely, Ga. FRED B. HILLMAN, B.A. ..... Jackson FRATRES IN FACULTATE J. D. ALTMAN, M.D. ................... Professor of Obsfelrics C. F. ANDERSON, M.D. ...... . . . Lecturer on Ifencreal Diseases MCPHEETERS GLASGOW, M.D. .... Assl. Professor of Gynecology GEORGE P. JACKSON, M.A. . . . Professor of German Page one hundred ,iffy-nine . L. .L ...A ,--. --.--,,,- ...X K7 ,fa . 7 .,..,,Y 9 I- ,f .l 0- If 51,51 ,. -1 .,.. 1, v -www J .H -- I-ff , Lf. .X,. .I Q- KJ L. A f - H' ,.- 3,1 4 ' -. "MXN F T :EY J' ju COP' w. A--Q., ,KDE-1 ggilbgigxln A LSL: Q EERE Q Q LL v,-f K I l 9519 "-- 7J'TY"'fIT. '4" Sigma Alpha Epsilon TENNESSEE NU CHAPTER-Continued VANCE J. ALEXANDER DR. CHAS. F. ANDERSON J. D. ANDERSON JOHN ANDERSON NATHAN ALTHAUSER DR. J. T. ALTMAN THOMAS APPLETON - C. R. ATCHISON FERRIS C. BAILEY VVALTON BARKER F. M. BASS PHIL BEAUMONT JOHN A. BELL RASCOE BOND WILLIAM S. BOOTEN CLARENCE T. BOYD M. W. BRABHAM VERNON G. BRATTON ALBERT S. BRITT FOSKET BROWN VV. P. BURDETTE STITH M. CAIN ELMER T. CAMBELL JULIAN H. CAMBELL DUDLEY E. CASEY M. CLEMENTS JOSH CODY J. R. COLEMAN R. A. COLEMAN SAM COLEMAN JOHN J. COOKE JOHN R. CROSS R. C. CRUMBAUGH EDWARD CURD DR. JAMES A. DALE ELMER D. DAVIES RAYMOND DENNY LOCKERT DOAK FRATRES IN URBE DR. HENRY L. DOUGLAS WILLIAM A. DURY EDWARD A. DEEDS JOHN EARLY C. W. FELDER VV. P. FURGUSON HUMPHREY B. FOLK ERNEST FRANKLIN JOHN WESLEY GAINES JACK GARLAND DR. M. GLASGOW Ivo B. GLENN HENRY GOODPASTURE JOHN A. GRANNIS WALKER GRASTY FREDERICK GREVE RICHARD B. HAGER H. HARGROVE WILLIAM C. HARRIS JUDGE CHESTER K. HART RUSSEL E. HART JUDGE LITTON HICKMAN GEORGE AW. HXGHT EUGENE D. HILL LIORACE G. HILL, JR. J. W. HIRSIG M. Ross HOPKINS HENRY G. HUDDLESTON CLARK H. HUTTON W. B. HOLMES J. W. 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TEMPLETON, B.A. Class of . .Hartselle, Ala. . . . . .Nashville JOHN MCCALL, LL.B. ..... Nashville ARTHUR REED, B.A. . . Class of BIERNE BURWELL, B.A. . . Huntsville, Ala. JOHN CASON, B.A. . JAMES K. CLAYTON, B.A. . CHARLES COOK, B.A. BARNEY EATON, B.A. GERALD FAY, B.A. . EUGENE FRAZIER, B.E. JOHN BALL, B.A. . . STEWART CAMPBELL, B.E. . H. H. GREEN, B.E. . . .Murfreesboro . Murfreesboro . . . . .Nashville Gulfport, Miss. . . . . Memphis . . . Nashville Class of . . . . Nashville . . Franklin . . . . . Franklin K. S. HOWLETT, B.A., M.A. . . . Franklin J. L. LANOEORD, B.A. .... Anniston, Ala. VVILLIAM MYERS, B.A. . . . Arlington, Ala. IQ26 JAMES MANEY, B.A. . E. M. MURPI-IY, B.A. . ED A. PRICE, B.A., LL.B. . JOI-IN L. SCALES, D.D.S. . . . . Nashville 1927 H. E. MCSWAIN, B.A. . Murfreesboro . Macon, Miss. Nashville Shreveport, La. .. . . Paris R. A. PORTER, JR., B.A. . Birmingham, Ala. VV. K. PORTER, B.A. . . . . .Nashville IQ28 DAN GERMAN, B.A. . . VVILLIAM HOOEF, B.A. . WILLS MOORE, B.A. . . l.ViA'1'THEW PILCHER, B.A. . VVILLIAM SPEARS, B.A. . ROBERT WOODS, B.E. . . CHARLES VVYCKLE, B.A. . 1929 GARNER DEVOE, B.A. . VVILLIAM HOOD, B.E.. . . FRANCIS MURPPIY, B.A. . . . . . .Paris . Franklin . . Franklin . . Mobile, Ala. . . Nashville . .Chattanooga . . Nashville . . Franklin . . .Nashville Greenville, S. C. . Macon, Miss. JAS. B. RICHARDSON, B.A. .... Nashville f J. E. STONE, B.E. ..... Lawrenceburg P. M. SHERILL, B.A. . . F RATRES IN F ACULTATE . . .Nashville D. LUCIUS BURCI-I, M.D. .... Alciing Dean School of Modicivzc and Professor of Gynorology W. C. HIXON, M.D ........... flsrociale Professor of Gynecology JOHN BELL KEEBLE, LL.B., LL.D. ...... Dean School of Lafw THOMAS H. IVIALONE, B.A., LL.B. . . Professor of Lafw EDWARD T. SEAY, LL.B. ...... Professor of Lafw J. E. I'IART, B.A. . . . Bursar and Socrelary of Faculty Page one hundred sixty-three A .a ...SJW . A ,aa L. U , gf ...Hal 1,5 C ff .5758 '+L P'-T" E ' "e F 2. ""Jn"wT-sa-Q", 'f 3 4,4-xDE!3E!!,r Ra I .SLOW , , . Xwfy- W. F. ARMSTRONG K. M. BAIRD JOHN BARKSDALE H. BARR L. A. BAUMAN, JR. W. C. BILERO M. BRADFORD L. E. BURCH R. L. BURCH H. W. CALDWELL J. F. CALDWELL J. W. CALDWELL R. F. CALDWELL W. CALDWELL W. D. CALDWELL G. K. CAMPBELL P. S. CECIL L. F. CHAPMAN W. C. CHERRY J. S. CHEEK C. F. CLARK W. K. COOK S. K. COWAN D. D. COWEN H. M. Cox H. D. DALLAS H. D. DALLAS, JR. LOUIS T. DERRYEERRY M. E. DERRYBERRY J. O. DICKINSON J. B. DICKSON D. A. DONELSON A. D. EDWARDS E. E. ELAM F. P. EVES J. C. FARMER C. A. FOLK Kappa Alpha CHI CHAPTER-Continued FRATRES IN UREE R. E. FOLK J. FULLER G. Y. GIBBS H. C. GILLESPIE J. Y. GOODALL J. W. GRIFFIN, JR. W. A. GUILD M. M. GUTHRIE W. H. GUTHRIE LEWIS HARDAGE L. H. HARRIS R. E. HARWELL S. K. HARWELL, JR. J. B. HlBBE1'TS, JR. L. H. HIEEETTS W. M. HOOPER J. B. HUNTER H. A. JACKSON J. E. JACKSON C. D. ISOM EDGAR JONES F. JONES V. M. JONES E. T. KIRKPATRICK J. C. KNOX W. K. KNOW, JR. C. L. LEWIS R. LEWIS C. LIPSCOMB J. H. MALONE C. S. MARTIN, JR. J. F. MEIERS S. B. MELLON H. W. METZ H. J. MIKELL J. W. MOORE J. H. G. MORGAN M. M. MORGAN E. MURREY J. W. NELSON O.' F. NYE L. 0. O'BRYAN J. OVERTON H E. PALMER, JR. F. L. PARKS SAM PARKS E. C. PERRY H. R. PERRY R. C. PLATER OWEN POOLE S. T. PORTER W. R. PORTER A. H. PURDUE J. B. RICHARDSON, JR R. M. RICHARDSON M. M. ROSS M. S. Ross A. VV. SHIPP J. W. SHIPP H. A. SKEGGS, JR. G. A. SLOAN P. L. SLOAN, JR. B. SMITH, JR. W. MCSTANFORD A. W. STOCKELL, JR WILLIAM SULLIVAN J. L. TEMPLETON W. G. THUSS C. C. VERTREES H. WALLACE A. W. WASSON T. G. WATKINS J. S. WEAVER D. W. WEBB T. I. WEBB J. L. WHITWORTH Page one hundred .vzxly four ,W , ,W.nm,. , , ,W W ,111,., ,, , 4, 4 I , , , -N H+ ..., . - ..,., , . f-, - YM, 6 J mm 5' , vial il 3 M w V 5573 . 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N M, fl A ,, W SF, 'W W A NNN-sf 'Z if' """' " ie.e eee ' A ,,Q , eses N N,V - sssls - , , OOG. Beta Theta Pi Founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, Iuly, 1839 Colors: Pink and Light Blue Flofwer: Rose Beta Lambda Chapter Established 1 883 FRATRES IN FACULTATE VV. H. SCHUERMAN, C.E. Dean Engineering Departmenfj Professor of Malhemaiits J. A. VVITHERSPOON, M.D., LL.D. ................ . Senior Physician ' JOHN VVITHERSPOON, M.D. ............. Professor of Meelieine VV. C. RECKLESS, B.A., M.A., PH.D. . . fissislazzt Professor Sociology T. W. SCI-ILATER, B.A., LL.B.LecZurer Med. Jurisprudence JOHN C. BURCH, M.D. .... In.ftruclo1' in Gynofology EUGENE BUFFINGTON, B.A. . Member of Board of Trusz THEODORE MORFORD, M.D. . ..f1:.vt. in Clinieal Obstetrics FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of IQ26 I. B. CHESTER, B.A., M.D. . . . Nashville R. F. THOMPSON, B.A., M.D. . . Nashville EV. P. DISMUKES, B.A. ..... Nashville . C. WORKMAN, D.D.S. . . . Clarksville Class of F. M. SCHLATER, B.A., LL.B. . Toledo, Ohio J. H. HARRIS, B.E. . . Oklahoma City, Okla. M. P. ELDRED, B.A. .... Princeton, Ky. Gloss of B. H. NICHOLSON, M.D.. . .Columbia J. D. SENTER, IR., LL.B. .... Humboldt I. M. MASON, B.A. ..... Clarksville LEO -HOLES, B.A. . . . Class of DAN BLAIN, M.D. .... Shanghai, China VVAYNE MCCULLEY, D.D.S. . . . Cleveland R. L. PROCTOR, B.E. ...... Nashville Columbia C. M. PROCTOR, B.E.. . . E. S. ROGERS, B.E. . . .Nashville Page one hundred sixty-sefven VV. O. TREANOR, B.A. . . . Craggie Hope R. B. WILFORD, B.A. . L. M. NELSON, LL.B. . C. C. YOUNG, B.A. . 1927 G. O. ELDRED, B.A. , E. S. OWNBY, B.A. . JOHN PORTER, LL.B. . 19.28 JAMES ERWIN, B.E. . . .BarlOw, Ky. . . Humboldt . . Nashville . Princeton, Ky. . . .Nashville . . Nashville . . .Nashville CORNELIUS ANDERSON, M.D. . Lexington, Ky. GRAHAM RUSHTON, B.A. . Montgomery, Ala. . . . .Nashville 1929 H. G. DINNING, B.A I. C. SI-IARPE, B.A. .' E. S. EVANS, B.A.. S. F. PICKERING, B.A. . . L. H. ROBERTS, B.A. . . .... Shelbyville Little Rock, Ark. . . . Columbia . . . Carthage . Anniston, Ala. . ..-JW . F1 A - -L D-- !'1 J IN . M, If 'LTT24 I aff' Q " Qiqd .A. ' E A-7 OI 2fff"'I1 MTA""X3I?f' I "" F W iii Beta Theta Pi BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER-Continued FRATRES IN URBE GEORGE F BLACKIE JOHN T. CRAIG ALBERT N. FITE W M BLACKIE WILLIAM T. DAVIS R. H. FITE HARRY BAIRD BOND S. G. DOUGLAS WALKER H. GILL J W BYRNS SR. J. G. DOUGLAS R. D. GOODLEIT, JR. JOHN C BURCH VVILLIAM H. EWING MARTIN A. HAYES TYLER CALHOUN S. C. EWING OSCAR F. HAWES FRANK I CHERRY ALBERT G. EWING, III ROBERT R. HAWES LELAND T. HUME AVERY HANLEY K. C. HARDCASTLE G. W. KILLEBREW, JR. JOHN F. KILLEBREW H. D. LEECH E. F. ROONEY T. W. SCHLATER HENRY E. SMITH E. W. THOMPSON C. C. TRABUE J. O. TREANOR FRANCIS WAREIELD F. M. WILSON R. S. WILSON DR. JACK VVITI-IERSPOON DR. J. A. WITHERSPOON DR. NAT SOHOFENER ALEX MCCLAIN JAMES MASON ENLOE MCCLAIN DR. THEODORE MORFORD JAMES M. PEEBLES DARTBR L. WILSON A. W. AKERS MCLAUGHLIN C. S. POWELL G. B. 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Nu at Virginia Military Institute, 1869 Flofwer: White Rose Sigma Chapter Established I 886 FRATRES IN FACULTATE E. M. ORR, M.D. Professor of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat C. M. SARRA'r'I', B.A. of Studmzls and Professor of lllaihcmalics FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of IQ26 . Helena, Ark. C lass . Mayfield, Ky. . Buford, S. C. . . .Nashville Ga. Ga. . Newman, . Newman, Va. VV. VVILSON, B.A . Roanoke, Class . . Martin . . Lewisburg . Roanoke, Va. C I ass . .Memphis . Gallatin . . . Gallatin . Pensacola, Fla. VVILLIAM VAN ORDER, M.D. . of 1927 VV. B. ROUNTREE, B.A., M.D. . ALDEN H. SMITH, B.A. ALVIN H. SPOTSWOOD, B.A. . EDWIN VAN NESS, M.D. . E. M. WALLER, B.A. . . . G. D. VVALLER, B.A., M.D. . . Mayfield, Ky. of 1928 JAMES S. GRABELE, B.A. . VVARREN O. LAMB, B.E. . G. A. PURYEAR, B.A. . of 1929 JOHN SAUNDERS, M.D. . HUNTER VAUGHN, B.A. A. WILKERSON, D.D.S., LAWSON YATES, LL.B.. . Ithaca, N. Y. Hartselle, Ala. . . Mt. Pleasant . . Nashville . . . Nashville . Bessemer, Ala. . 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M hundred seventy-four Eg ,Q . .,- sm .W 1, , A M- ,,A,,, L.,,,.c,.,..,,..,L,,,, V 5+-sff'iQfz,,fs,NwE nel. , ,WL Wi y,,fa,.,,jf,1':f E Vllyl mWMm,g,5"f5 ,A , ,S e 'V' 'PT-U 3 "f'5:A ..?.,,,V i 1 ,. ,,,' 7- . , ff 5H,,,,.f fff-- A "" "-flifflffu lf75ai,'lS."vXl?lEl3E.l!:T I I cOW"l0DOQgee- P ' lg Qgae,,fe"' is , , , f ,V,, , -.,,,, I -- I, I A"'WfA W' "" ff If "'- A .4 . ' V " I' ' .. Alpha Tau Omeg a Founded September II, 1865, at Richmond, Virginia. Colors: Old Gold and Sky Blue Flofwer: 'White Tea Rose Beta Pi Chapter Established October 19, 1889 FRATRES IN FACULTATE R. VV. BILLINGTON, M.E. ...... ,,,,,,, S M001 gf Mgdifing JOE E. EVANS, M.D. . . . . . School of Medieirze WALTER P. GRIFFEY, M.D. . . . School of Medieine LEON M. LANIER, M.D. . . .... School of Medicine R. E. SULLIVAN, M.D. . . . . . . School of Medicirze DONALD DAVIDSON, M.A. . . Associate Profesior of English G. D. HENDERSON, M.A.. . FRATRES IN Class VVILLIAM BEAUCHAMP, LL.B. . . Nashville FRANK KIMZY, M.D. . Class of MARVIN CLIFTON, LL.B. . Palm Beach, Fla. REBER BOULT, B.A. . . . Vicksburg, Miss. JACK DEAN, LL.B. ..... Sarasota, Fla. RAMOND FOWLER, LL.B. . . . Florence, Ala. ROBINS LEDYARD, B.A. . . .Tupelo, Miss. . . . In.vlrzzelor in Commeroe UNIVERSITATE of 192 6 SAMUEL HOCKER. LL.B. . . Clarksville, Tex. . . . Union City 1927 THOMAS G. NAsI-I, B.A. PAUL A. NEAL, M.D. . RAYFORD REID, LL.B. . C. COVINGTON RILEY, B.A., HENRY R. SANDERS, LL.B. . . . .Stanton . . West Point . Porteau, Okla. Birmingham, Ala. . . . Nashville EVANS MoTLoW, LL.B. . . Lynchburg, Miss. Class CLEANTH F. BROOKS, B.A. .... Ripley JAMES DAWSON, B.A. . . Birmingham, Ala. WALTER GRIFFEY, M.D. . . . Clinton, Ky. JOHN KEREOOT, B.E. . Oklahoma City, Okla. ROBERT RIVES, B.A ....... Nashville ' JAMES SPARKS, B.A. Class of JAMES BREW, B.A. .... . Nashville WILLIAM BURROUGI-Is, B.A. . . . Milan ALTON CRAWFORD, B.A. .... Nashville N. C. ELAM, BE. .... . Nashville 'HAROLD FONVILLE, B.A .,., Chattanooga R. VV. YOUNG, B.A. . Page one hundred sefvenly-fifve GURNEY' CLARK, B.A. . . . Vicksburg, Miss. of 1928 FERRELL M. TITTSWORTH, B.A. . Union City MATT WILSON, B.A. . . . Guntown, Miss. PAUL VVILSON, B.A. . . . Guntown, Miss. JACK YEARWOOD, D.D.S. . . . Fayetteville THOMAS DECKMAN, LL.B. . . . Nashville . . . . Nashville 1929 R. B. KAY, B.A. . . . . . Pulaski LUKE LEA, JR., B.A. . . . Nashville D. U. LIPSCOMB, B.E. .... Sayersville Boos RICTER, B.A. . . . . Nashville LALLIE RICTER, B.A. . . . Nashville . . . Fayetteville - I L . .LD JL I A ,L L L.. -L 2 'R R' -' ' S ' Q57 M541 L5 W Rf QDERBILT R . EW VONNODEAR. L...-I N J J. H. ACKLI-:N J. P. ATKINS J. R. AUST ISAAC BALL E. P. BOND L. G. BOXWELL W. T. CALDWELL Alpha Tau Omeg a BETA PI CHAPTER-Continued FRATRES IN URBE A. I. CHILDRESS A. E. CLEMENT D. M. CLEMENT S. H. CHESTER R. H. JONES R. W. JONES R. J. KIMBROUGH P. L. COBB PERCY KINNARD R. W. CRICHLOW R. H. KIRBY J. J. DIDCOCT LUKE LEA F. R. GOAR ROBERT LUSK J. T. HATCI-IER H. H. MCALLISTER JR E. A. MEEKS F. A. MOSER A. B. NEAL W. S. NOBLES J. F. NOUNNAN S. H. ORR E. E. PATTERSON H. I. PARISH CECIL SIMS J. G. STEPHENSON REV. G. W. STOvEs JOE STovEs J. R. THOMPSON, BRADLEY WALKER J. W. WARNER, R. J. WARNER W. D. WEATHE W. W. WILKER J. W. PERRY O. L. QUILLIAN C. 0. RAY LEO RECORD J. B. SCOBY R. M. SEALY F. M. SEE J. VV. SI-IACKFORD JR. JR. RFORD SON Page one hundred .H'UZ'll1y :Iv A J l"1 x . A A I ..-MXH ,fn--7-r ,- ,,,,,. vs?-,QQ ,F ,5...?,N--11:-Mm , , -, tiff. ...-, 5 35,V,-ij,...,w---T,,,,,,7-.mw-.:,v'z:gw-...,, fl 02ii,,iaf.gW.Wmi44f3 2 aw ff,- Xicfwfiq MS Zz fi H57 My ow' 'fn-X 5 WM' Q an 'Q Z -Sw 4 ff' 2 NM-w,nf?' 5 M' gh ,MM I 59 1, 54 ,am .Av,51E,5,A.w.Wm ,,,. 5 M, E ,,v O .uni MTW? h N T xx E lf? 5 , Axmg .225 ' ,,.4fwsx'f'?-f5'fWfC"f":hfMH, .QT 3,.,,,,5t Wm. 3 wi 33' 'L :fig ,Q4 U ,,,,,-any Hwgywgfi, " f' , Y. ,M - - K x 7 545, X3 ' .N 'fdf'5'7"1s','3:i' I 4, E1 E1 E DELTA KAPPA EP ILO E - ta KX 1255! 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KELLY, B.A., M.D., Plantersville, Miss. IDDO W. LAMPTON, B.A. . . Magnolia, Miss. C. VV. VVHITNEL, B.A. .... Tampa, Fla. 1926 H. MORSCHEIMER, B.A. . . . Parkdale, Ark. J. L. PETERSON, B.A. ..... Nashville LUCIUS L. REID, B.A. . . . Magnolia, Miss. JOHN W. STOKES, D.D.S. . . Mayfield, Ky. Clays of IQ27 W. R. HENDRIX, JR., B.A. . Baton Rouge, La. EARL LOUGI-IRIDGE, B.E. .... Boyd, Fla. J. PAUL BAIRD, B.A. ..... Dyersburg FRANCIS D. NANCE, B.A. . . Soochow, China IRA B. FOSTER, B.A. ...... Memphis VVILLIAM O. VAUOIIAN, B.S. . Mayfield, Ky. FRED MCKIBEON, B.A. ..... Culleoka VV. ZARING, JR., B.A. . . Jacksonville, Fla. JAMES UNDERWOOD, LL.B., East Orange, N. J. Class of 1928 NATHAN J. BOATNER, B.A. . . Sumner, Miss. l'IALE CULLOM, B.A., M.D. . . . Nashville ANDERSON SPICKARD, B.A. Class of MILFORD WVILLIAMS, B.A. . West Point, Miss. JOHN FOSTER, B.A. . . . Birmingham, Ala. FRED VVHITNEL, B.A. .... Tampa, Fla. LAWSON DAVIS, B.A. ...... Nashville D. W. NANCE, B.A., M.D. . Soochow, China HAROLD FARRAR, B.A., M.D. . . Shelbyville RUssEL BAILEY, B.A. . . . Coffeeville, Miss. A. G. DONAI-IO, B.A. . . Birmingham, Ala. Page one hundred :efventy-nine VVALTER S. DRAPER, HI, B.A. . . Dyersburg CHARLES RUSSELL, D.D.S. .... Nashville . . . . Nashville 1929 GRANTLAND RUCRER, B.A. . . . Nashville PAUL HUNTER, B.E. ...... Nashville EARL LEEPER, B.A. . . . Tuckerman, Ark. JUDSON MCLESTER, B.A. . . . Ashland, Ky. ROBERT WINSLOW, B.A. . Birmingham, Ala. HAROLD CHASON, D.D.S. . Montgomery, Ala. EWING GRAHAM, B.A. . . . Paducah, Ky. ELBERT ABICKLEY, B.E. . . . Florence, Ala. B. M. MCLEMORE . . Fw - f-I N v jf P1Q"v1,f "P Z- " jA"7QQ15E7'7 pf TT-:"'vjTWW--E3 Li T! rflilx' :iv t C QC A 2.1: .T-53 ' EXIT nfgxxfx! figiglkn' 'V-k,v .ff A E, If 1.11 X' iz.. ,., . - cr - f f MM 'M p ,gf I pk. ,fq VV . Vllf Z , J A.. .2 L .E ,Q Th t .. ki iw . Ffr,,,-,- Rf- .' A ...., . .. ....,,. M... 1. ,,., ., ,f...m-.Mx5,iEi:.ig. .. Ll -p:Q.gg:LL.1.,g,.' 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Ewing, Brock, Keebey, Murphy, Matthews, Breininzgf, Fuller. ,. .1 fo , w ff, oy is-,LL ' .,7 t Z.. ,, if 1 i ,. .., X K Q7 ,Q Z ii W Oi ff J, '31 " "LJ D' V , Pm . mlg ix 5 . v ' fl ill' ii if Lf WMU N Ne.. twill., gwiw N' RJ il lf, S5 ne w.: ,eff 1 w 1: 'Z' tj fiiffiii 2 :Qi gimp F 'g fi:slLf.,, 5 zjzi'V1J,v f:.,j'N' L 51'--iii! 1 9 QQKQT Qwwwi iff ifl'i,,,'Y . Q51 ma 1' fgtvelk MfZ.,..,.2..,J Eff! . ,111 'F fm .-9 O 1, M if Q iZ?iW ig 0 , V6 L ' ffifgiljlhay DQ 5, -...,, :xy M fried zf'Q"1 j 6 'ff-4 . 2 255' ' ff ff 5:54, -, s-f ff ' 3 f 'E ..- . E--. - ,M.r'I W -JI W- - ' l l. i E afar """ I N4-CT' f 5 V' H ,112 U7 XM :jr rwff..ig"H Y"A A M , ' " ,'A' A Qs l .A,, 1 e ..., E- .. a n . EW .,.W...w....., ,,.,. ...,m,.M...,N.Aeia 2.N.:4i1...4..a,.....'.a.4..... E,..,..., N Colors: Blue and Gold Sigma Chi Founded at Miami University, 1855 Alpha Psi Chapter Established, 1892 FRATRES IN FACULTATE . ,. .1 L.s.l. 'ff' ',..2'f.,f2,fQL', .G " '.l..l....Q...,... ' N... Flofwer: Vvhite Rose H. B. CARRE, B.A., B.D., P1-LD. ..... Professor of English Exegesis in Sehool of Religion THOMAS CARTER, M.A., B.D. . . Professor of Greek Exegesis in School of Religion VV. P. CONNELL, B.S., M.S. . ...... n . . . Memher Board of Trust STANLEY JOHNSON, B.S. J J' 7 ' J. ALVIN FITZELL, LL.B. PURYEAR MIMS, B.A. . flssisiant Professor in English Department FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of IQ26 . Nashville THOMAS CARTER R. B A. . . . . Denver, Colo. LEONARD M. KIRKES, B.A. . . . Nashville . Nashville PAXTON PARKER, B.A., M.D. . . Nashville MACK C. SIMPSON, LL.B. . . . Waverly Clos CAREY BRINCLE, B.A ...... Covington CHARLES C. BROWN, B.A. . . Como, Miss. GLENN FANT, B.A. . . Holly Springs, Miss. ED. C. HOUS'1'ON, B.A ..... Nashville EDGAR RAND, B.A. . EDWVARD BRITTAIN, B.A. JACK CHESNEY, B.A. . ROBERT EWIN, B.A. . ANDREW FANT, B.A. . G. H. GOLDEN, B.A. . . WILLIAM PIOPSON, B.A. ROBERT HUNT, B.A. . GUY A. LINDSEY, B.A. . R. A. O'BRIEN, M.D. . HERALD BREININO, B.A. . DONALD BROCK, B.A. . WILBUR CREIGHTON, B.E. CARRUTHERS EWING, B.A. . PIERSCHEL FINGER, B.A. CHARLES FULLER, B.E. Page one hundred eighty-three PERRY J. TEAXGUE, B.A. . . Prentiss, N. C. H. O. TPIOMPSON, M.D ..... Nashville THOMAS WOODARD, B.A., M.A. Springfield G. B. EWING, B.A., M.D., Smith's Grove, Ky. RAYMOND RODDY, LL.B. . . Portland, Ark. ROLAND TOWNSEND, LL.B. . Wabbaseca, Ark. s of 1927 WM. HUFEMAN, B.A. . . Ft. Worth, Tex. ROBERT MOORE, B.A ...... Nashville OWEN T. MORRIS, B.E ..... Nashville ERNEST PARSONS, B.A. . . McAlister, Okla. St. Louis, Mo. Class of 1928 . . . . Nashville JOE WEBB PEOPLES, B.A. . . Nashville Middlesboro, Ky. R. B. PURYEAR, B.A ...... Nashville Franklin . Macon, Miss. . . El Paso, Tex. Little Rock, Ark. . . . Nashville . Portland, Ark. . Corning, N. Y. GILBERT ROWE, B.A ...... Nashville VVILLIAM RUCKS, M.D., Oklahoma City, Okla. PAUL SANGER, B.A .... Drumright, Okla. RICHARD STUBBINS, B.A. . . Pensacola, Fla. WILLARD TIRRILL, B,A. . PHILIP VVINSTON, B.A JAMES OVERALL, M.D. Class of IQZQ Los Angeles, Calif. . . Miami, Fla. . . . Nashville . Memphis Nashville . Nashville JOE KEEEY, B.A. . . IRA lViA'l'THEWS, B.A. FAY MURPHY, B.A. . JAMES OLIVER, B.E. . PIENRY RAND, B.A. . JOHN THOMAS, B.A. . . . . Nashville . . . . Memphis . Nashville . Little Rock, Ark. . . . . . Nashville- . . Chattanooga Birmingham, Ala. . . St. Louis, Mo. . Chattanooga -QL' .3177 V' RTTP- 6 7A If T'T?'iV? TJ A f - SP-SD I LT 3 OIQES I I . . 'A A"- 2'-2113 LR ,.wN, fl 1 . 11 IE?"F1f?i'5 way. A '-Q'1 ' X M If - - f '1'A A -v -- 'mm "k' ..,?, A .. .S .... -..-.,-.. ..,..4....,.,, ' I--,1-ER. ---I - ' N- SAMS... x,1xw MN TS. mmbmg-QMQMA . ..A,.'.X.R,R ALBERT ALEXANDER JOHN AMBROSE SUMPTER ANDERSON GEORGE ARMISTEAD PARKES ARMISTEAD CHAS. BELL RADER BELL VV. A. BENSON D. B. BLAKEMORE J. G. BLAKEMORE W. A. BLANTON DOSWELL P. BROWN Sigma Chi ALPHA PSI CHAPTER-Continuea' FRATRES IN URBE L. B. FITE WM. FITZGERALD C. A. FLANNERY JAMES S. FRASER G. A. W. FRAZIER HORAOE GAYLDEN DAVID GLENN E. W. GRAHAM C. A. HALL R. M. HALL, SR. HUMPHREY HARDISON L. M. HOLLINS R. C. BROWN ROBINSON HOUSTON R. R. BROWN PAUL HUSSEY H. H. CARTYVRIGHT CHAS. H. JOHNSON J. M. CATE FRANK JOHNSON E. B. CHAPPELL, JR. C. W. JONES C. B. CONNELL M. B. LEAVELL W. F. CREIGHTON W. W. DILLON, JR CHAS. D. DUNBAR, JR. JAS. S. DUNEAR HARRY DYER H. H. EARTI-IMAN ROBERT EWING R. A. FIELDS DON MCEWEN NORMAN S. MCEWEN RALPH E. MCGILL CHAS. A. MCINTURFF DAVID L. MCQUIDDY C. H. MAHONEY JOHN TROTWOOD MOORE CAREY E. MORGAN R. O. NORVELL W. E. NORVELL BRUCE OVERTON A. B. PASCHALL JOHN PICTON EDWIN POTTER JUSTIN POTTER CHAS. RAGLAND W. B. RIOKS EGBERT W. SMITH E. B. STAHLMAN J. G. STAHLMAN A. B. STEVENSON J. J. STOWE LOGAN TATE JOHN K. TEACUE W. C. TEAOUE LEWIS TILLMAN E. L. THORNTON NELSON THORNTON R. W. TURNER WILEY J. UTZ WM. WADE EDWIN WALSH S. A. WEAKLEY DEMPSEY WEAVER T. A. WIGOINTON, FIELDING H. YOST JR. Page one hundred ngbty four Q L53 My f Q 'P Mzwnf li 17f"1ffyfQ?' 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HW..M,-- I Founded at VV C ..,. Phi Kappa Psi ashington and Jefferson College, Februar Colors: Dark Green and Deep Red nnessee Delta Chapter Established October 7, 1901 FRATRES IN FACULTATE DUNCAN EVE, JR., M.D ..........,..... .fl H. B. SCI-IERMERHORN, PH.B., LL.B., LL.M. . FRATRES IN UNTVERSTTATE Class of 1926 y 19, 1852 djznzct Professor of Medicine . . Professor of Lafw J. S. MCEACHERN, B.A. . VVilmington, N. C. B. D. MILLER, B.A. . . . Shelbyville F. N. SHANNON, B.A ..... Chicago, Ill. Class of 1927 Jos1aPH W. BYRNS, B.A. . . . Nashville HAL W. PIUDDLESTON, B.E. . . Nashville Class of 1928 VVILTDIAM M. CARR, B.A. .... Nashville JOHN JOHNSTON, B.A. . . Hickman, Ky. JOHN HANNA, B.A ...... Nashville PETER T. LANGAN, B.E. . . . Cairo, Ill. RALPH LUTEN, B.A ....... Waverly Class of 1929 H. H. BLACKBURN, B.A. Bowling Green, Ky. HAROLD BYNUM, B.A. W. G. HOYLE, B.A. CHARLES GRTMES, B.A. . THOMAS GRIMES, B.A W. M. HART, B.A. . J. A. JOHNSTON, B.A. Page one hundred eighty-seven . . Gleason . '. Nashville . . Nashville . Nashville Nashville . Hickman WV. M. MAXNN, B.A. H. B. KETT, LL.B. . D. A. Reese, LL.B. . . . Birmingham, Ala. . . . Oak Park, Ill. . . . Tupelo, Miss. DUNCAN MILLIKEN, B.A., Bowling Green, Ky. VV. T. MALONEY, LL.B O. B. RADABAUGH, B.A. . . . . T. R. THOMAS, B.A. . . . Detroit, Mich. . Nashville . Bowling Green, Ky. F1 fi JN - H. A Y' ,WYA-2 ' -A-EIr's,' I-1, -R -Mfr.. """ - tiff" Aff ..:Lff"Tf """f:'Tf" I'fJ"Wi 1 AFL:-A-11-wwf? If ' I 1. I -. 4 WJ? j" E ,.', Q.Ik 4,,. .-.T MV', Qj.-, VA .3 23 I .-X I ' . ,. , .L ...,,. .rc nffxjt 'SEEN 'rn t' 1523 its X1 'Xt ... Q AfT'fgg ..--.f3F ,A.. . :gn .A,,,. Hi - -Elf ..,........,-,....,.,,.... ...,,. ...E-' ' wg: 'L - -LDL. Mp.: f-iy ...M A- za, N ..v......,.p....:.5..i.:..m...'f" E ' P111 Kappa Psi TENNESSEE DELTA CHAPTER- Continued ROBERT ARMIS1'EAD W. H. ARMISTEAD FRANK A. BERRY S. C. BOYER FELIX R. CHEATHAM FRATRES IN URBE JOHN T. CHEEK A. B. CLARK, JR. WINSTON CLARKE E. G. COWAN J. E. DODSON W. I. EDWARDS PAUL F. EVE, JR. GUY GILLESPIE J. T. GRANBERRY PI-IIL HARRISON W. W. HAYS C. M. HUNT W. A. KELLY O. W. KU!-IN R. D. MILLS R. S. MORRISON C. C. MOTZ A. O. PATE W. K. PHILLIPS JOHN B. RANSOM MEDICUS RANSOM BAILEY RASCOE F. S. REYER HASKELL RIGHTOR D. P. SEXTON E. D. SLOAN JORDAN STOKES, SR. JORDAN STOKES, JR. J. VV. STOKES EDWARD SWAIN BOYD TAYLOR LUTTRELL TAYLOR J. H. THOMAS, JR. GIDEON P. WADE CHAS. B. WHITWORTH Page one hundred eighty-ezght , , , nv- , WW. ,- .. 1 . f , M ..,u..,., ..AA , ,.,. ,IN if ,A K -aw-75,.-1.P.,-mm., f-1 ' ' ' Q .rg ' J' W' 7 "' f' 2W,,N..v., fa, M-, ' fy ,J 3-45" Q' . ""' 53 Wi-'I '23 M -5 ., 4 I W1 ' vm? 2 05 X , 33:1 5 0 S' 1 V Q , A. Q ,pw md-, .Q 1. 'N ,,-2' - J. eff, gym. 15-1,1 .3 Q3 3 K 36- A ,ff T "'s.,.,.i,.25N . J, 4. M, , 1, ,Eh .,SwgM..,,,,...,.4 mV,M,..,,W.,,4.,,MW TWU I W W O M. my 9 OKI? 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B. Gibson, Cate, Applegate, Sloan. Second Row-Simpson, Allen, Kirtley, Baird, Rhea, James, Ward, Haun, Young, Mathis. Bottom Row-Milner, Lannom, Mason, Rasco, Imig, Sheely, Ge-sling, Wilson, Harper. ffs?T'I.E. l X fc 3 - 7PfgL,s:?'1 I H 'V if if E Z?-v .HQ 'L 1 5 mill ix 'U 5 L, f gg x7 li isle, ..,. , a. ,,,, . ,, 32 x.wn'gl,LNJ f"fyil..iN . M i '3 , . if 21? I : iii 711131 5 fi Q ,vi-rf fffnlo in 1-' Sign 4 if .1 5 5 E ,ww V 1 :Zigi 2 .1 s,.,, 2 V. , Z 'Z' ' 'fwl 75 : .lgffe ' if 12 Q55 M fl 'E ual 12 , iw.: LN' l. i.i45,.,1m ,bv we flif ,l 537 'J 5 U :J 2i.:.,..,,afM,..:i , N, . OW f il 5,77 151015 , Pj ' 5 ,!f,.,..:,LQQ '-f 'file' la . . .-.... - . ,,,, - ,,A.,.. - ...ff .A,, fI..,.---...-- L.. ,.. .. ff l ., , .- ..A. I ., , ' I fl 0,26 G Wy,,,ss.vfiq.. 1.4 ..'..,. 4 :girl tv 1 1 I. , H A iw gf , L, " .V , I W A-U j Lliii . . , n,,, .1532 '7"' si il . ' N, Kit 2' ' ,, Q.ES2LZ.ZLe'fL5SiQ..L,rQe.L.2 La..,.i:..i.-l...:If ...IHS L.:.Z:,. 'gl . ' 3411... 'f' ,J Phi Kapa Sigma Founded at University of Pennsylvania, 1850 Colors: Black and Gold Flofwer: Chrysanthemum Alpha Iota Chapter Established, I9O2 FRATRES IN FACULTATE FRED BARNEIW, D.D.S. . R. BOYD BOGLE, D.D.S. . . OREN A. OLIVER, D.D.S. . JAMES J. VAUGHN, D.D.S. . SAM C. COWAN, M.D. . . . . . . . . Direelor Dental Jurisprudence . . . . . . . Dean of Denial School . . . . . . Professor of Orthodonlia . Professor Oral Hygiene and Root Canal . . . . Assistant Professor Obstetrics FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of REYNOLDS N. CATE, LL.B. . . Terrell, Tex. EVERETT B. GIBSON, JR., B.A., DeWitt, Ark. RAY S. GIBSON, B.A., LL.B. . DeVVitt, Ark. J. H. JENNINGS, B.A., LL.B., Bradentown, Fla. T. L. LOCKYEAR, LL.B. . . Evansville, Ind 1926 GEO. F. MCCANLESS, B.A., LL.B., Morristown SAUNDERS MURRAY, M.D. . Alexandria, Va. WILLIAM R. NEWSOM, B.A. . . Dallas, Tex. TI-IEUS M. SHEVIN, B.A. . . Alexandria, La. R. M. SLOAN, B.A., M.D. . Black Rock, Ark. Class of 1927 A. W. APPLEOATE, B.A., LL.B. . Little Rock JAMES A. KIRTLEY, B.A. . . Murfreesboro NOLAN T. BARNES, B.A., M.D., Amarillo, Tex. VVALLACE G. MATHIS, B.A. . Louisville, Ky. CALEE P. HAUN, B.A ..... Nashville M. P. NEWMAN, B.A., M.D ..... Dyer PAUL W. WALKER, M.D .... Joplin, Mo. Class of IQ28 JESSE R. JAMES, B.A. . . . Coopertown J. CAMPBELL RHEA, B.A. . . Pulaski WILLIAM D. BAIRD, B.A. . . . Lebanon JAMES E. WARD, B.A. . . Nashville JOHN W. SIMPSON, B.A .... Atlanta, Ga. JOE C. YOUNG, B.A. . Osceola, Ark. Class of 1929 JAMES H. BOLES, B.A. . . .. McMinnville EDGAR LANNOM, B.A. . McMinnville ROY P. ALLEN, B.A. . . Corinth, Miss. ANDREW F. MASON, B.A. McMinnville RICHARD GESLING, B.E. OSCAR C. HARPER, B.A. RICHARD E. IMIG, B.A. . Page one hundred ninety-one . Ashland, Ky. Gulfport, Miss. . Sheboygan, Wis. WILLIAM VIRGIL WILSON, B.A. . . Pulaski E. CLIFTON MILNER, B.A. . Gulfport, Miss. CHARLES W. RASCO, JR., B.A. . DeWitt, Ark. EFFORD E. SHEELY, B.A. . . Gulfport, Miss. H FL A . -, . .A E1 " 1171 :'A R R ...fy ".ffT:fT'OTRRDw El EA .fplllgfr-Q-"5 4 W I VVKA Qghklfjifqxqii Og 4'--'T Tidf , x A J . .QQ R.. .fm M -I .. O. -. A M is A , dfifx' 5 V1 V' AML ., "f'ffTf'T'7u5.ffm"?x. ., . fi . ,. tNXNT:'4:Lk3 YR ,I 1 Lug g 1 . ' .L sE..sL..L:.::.:..: Phi A Kappa Sigma ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER- Continued I FRATRES IN URBE CHARLES W. AKERS J. CLARK AKERS ROBERT E. BELL R. BOYD BOGLE MILLER BRANNON J. L. BRYAN A. CARUTHERS SAM C. COWAN J. K. CURREY J. E. DUNN AMOS L. EDWARDS ROY O. ELAM P. M. EDTES FRANK FARRIS BEN GAMBILL J. ACKLEY HAYES J. V. HENDERER TATE HUGGINS WILL HUGGINS HAMES MILLER JOHNSTON A. T. LEVINE VV. H. LEVINE FRANK MADDUX ROY A. MILES W. H. MITCHUM O. A. OLIVER JOHN R. OVERALL GILBERT PARKER EARL I. SHAUB W. GUILD SMITH HIDEARD SRYGLEY P. D. SRYGLEY W. G. TITCOMB W. E. WARD, JR. A. S. WILLIAMS T. V. WOODRUM L. P. WOODWARD JAMES J. VAUGHN G. M. 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Nashville LEON GROss,B.A ..... Zanesville, Ohio LOUIS MARKS, B.A. . . . . Nashville LEHMAN LUSKY, B.A ...... Nashville JOE MORSE, JR., B.A. . A . Nashville BERNARD WEINSTEIN, B.A. . Zanesville, Ohio Class of 1929 MARX BORODOFSKY, B.A .... Marigold MAURICE MAYER, B.A. . Lake Charles, La. LEON FISHMAN, B.A .... Trenton, Tenn. LAURENCE LEBULSKY, B.A .... Memphis EDWARD FRANKLIN, B.A ..... Nashville BERNARD STEINER, B.A ..... Nashville MARTIN LOVENTHAL, B.A .... Nashville CARL ZIBART, B.A ...... SOL TUCIIEELD, B.A. . . Jackson, Tenn. . Nashville FRATRES IN URBE IRA LUSKY DAN MAY M. M. ESKIND S. J. JOSEPH Page one hundred ninety-five SIDNEY KLEIN M. S. LEBECK M. A. LIGHTMAN M. F. SCHWARTZ ALFRED ATARR S. Y. YARBROFP rm' M J f " .J W '- -vw ' .43 - ' 3122 - ff 1 ,gef-nf"1""i-'-fffo' f :RT - -. :Q 5 hm Z ff , 13 A111 '52 53 -11 A..-ff X wr- -' ra 1 " 1- . 'o K :rx -K if ' A-z 1 ,ft 1- 1-ww Y' S4-M l Qi A52-f -X if ww f 5.4.7 .. , , . .,.. 3 E M ,ID 'TQ' P N iw if-, ,, 1... 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Y. . ,.,, , WSL 'L 'Q - v ' f mi. 1.?g55,.:: f'44 Page one hundred ninety-six ' f Pi Kappa Alpha Founded at the University of Virginia, March 1, 1868 Colors: Garnet and Old Gold Flafwer: Lily-of-the-Valley Sigma Chapter Established, 18935 Re-established, 1921 FRATRES IN FACULTATE VVALTER L. FLEMING, M.A., PH.D .,.......... Dean College Arts and Sciences VV. H. BLAKE, M.D. . . JOHN D. CORER, M.A. . . . . . Instructor in Medical College' . . . Instructor in History and Pol. Science FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1926 TYREE FAIN, JR., B.A. ..... Nashville HZOWARD S. GENTRY, LL.B. . Wheatley, Ky. THOMAS M. HOLT, B.E ,.... Nashville NEILL WATSON, B.A. Class DOUGLAS BETHURUM, LL.B. . . . Nashville WENTWORTH CUNNINGI-IAM, B.A. . Nashville BRYAN FAIRCLOTH, B.A. . Birmingham, Ala. Class WILEURN CALVERT, B.A ..... Culleoka FRANK COX, B.E ....... Nashville CHARLES CRUM, LL.B. . Birmingham, Ala. JAMES B. LOONEY, LL.B. . . . . Nashville JAMES F. MAGILL, D.D.S. . . Madisonville WILLIAM TANDY, LL.B. . . . Morristown 1927 DONALD P. LEACH, LL.B. JEFFREY STONE, B.A. . GEORGE F. TAYLOR, B.A. 1928 BYRON HILL, B.A. . . CARVER LACREY, B.A. . JOHN MACKENSICK, B.E. I FRATRES IN URBE . Kansas City, Mo. . Des Moines, Ia. . . Union City . . Jonesboro, Ark. . . . Jackson . Nashville . . Nashville GQY HASKINS, LL.B ...... Newburn FRANKLIN PIERCE, LL.B. . . Trimble RYAN TAYLOR, B.A ........ Bells Class of 1929 WALTER HUTCIIESON, B.A., LL.B. . . Ripley BUFORD MANLEY, B.A .... Murfreesboro HOWVARD LACKEY, B.A .... Carlisle, Pa. GEORGE WALTERs, B.A., M.D., Birmingham STEWART S. LAMPIE, B.A. . Louisville, Ky. J. D. WHITFIELD, B.E .... ' , . . Franklin VVARD HUEY, B.A., M.D. . Pittsburg, Tex. MILTON DAVENPORT LUCIAN KAERCHER J. H. TURNER J. E. TAYLOR PRENTIOE A. PUGH C. B. ROGAN JAMES REYNOLDS A. L. RAWLINGS LOUIS A. POPE H. T. POLK Page one hundred ninety-sefven WALTER Cox W. C. MILLER C. W. ROWE C. B. ARNOLD C. H. OLMSTEAD R. T. McCLOUD J. A. MURFREE R. F. 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NW 'n:z-zJ.!3ELiffYaf2.Zty35,,,u4xw N.n..'x4...f"f'k,f:5 .1235 I3 E1 L MBD CHI LPH if E1 E1 Z:-1 :nn 1111 nngggxigna Jul :Ht v6 Page one hundred ninety-nine . ,,- --- ..-M AA.v M.-- fi. ...JH , A .. .. -- W 21235 .55 ,., g,w.f'!3gq....'f+A. if 1 Q1 - MM XIPBDE , . -, LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Top Row-Vvilkinson, Porter, Goodloe, Rutherford. Fifth Row-Miller, R. A. Xvilson, Dozier, Roberts, Choate. Fourth Row-Payne, Coverdale, L. M. Donoho, Solomon. Third Row-Luton, Beard, Hamilton, Cooper, Bates. Second Row-O'Ca.l1a.ghan, Pickard, Young, Edison. Bottom Row-Russell, Smith, XVa.1ker, Trimble, Boone. Page lfwo hundred N ,H .,,, . ,.,::. I ., .-7 W., Y ,H -V ,Z',L,,.,,, L. Li,,:F,LY.. l NUERBILT NX ,.,A I in wi 2 ONMODO I L .. I C, ,VVVVV , I ,fs-4't""'ml"Q'itffwfo',2Q?'mNRefs'e'Ag57g6 I2fi?f::of,f,.g gg: ,ji Y 2,3 Y' Nt: H J QI QQ ji .-,. ,,,' ' f-It-M Lf GA, .. 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GOODLOE, B.A. . . . . . Nashville . . Paducah, Ky. VV. E. MILLER, B.A. T. O. MORRIS, LL.B. . FARROW HANIILTON, B.A. . M. E. ROBERTS, B.A. . . HENRY G. TPIOMPSON, B.A. . . Shelbyville Class of 1928 J. T. DAVIS, B.A ..... Corinth, Miss. D. HASKELL DONOHO, LL.B., Bradentown, Fla. J. T. JACKSON, M.D. . . JOHN W. MEREDITH, B.E. . . Ashland City . . Seatsville, Ky. H. N. OlCALLAl-IAN, B.A .... Nashville EMMETT RUSSELL, B.A. . . Nashville Clos JOHN BATES, B.A. . . .Nashville L. M. DONOHO, B.A. . . . . Portland HARRY R. COOPER, B.E. .... Miami, Fla. T. H. EIDSON, B. E. .... Enterprise, Ala. L. E. BOONE, B. A. ..... Chattanooga V. B. RUTHERFORD, B.A. JOHN E. SCOBY, B.A. . M. E. SOLOMON, LL.B. W. S. TRIMBLE, D.D.S. O. O. PICKARD, B.A. . . s of 1929 CHARLES VVALKER, B.A. J. LUTON, B.A. . . W. A. ORCHARD, B.A. . C. R. PAYNE, B.A. . J. S. PORTER, B.E. . JOHN SEYMOUR, B.E. . CHAS. STRINGFIELD, B.A. . Fayetteville, N. C. FRATRES IN URBE ' CHARLES G. BLACKARD D. A. GAMMAGE NATHAN GRAHAM J. T. HESTER, JR. Page tfwo hundred one CARROLL JONES COLLETTE MAYFIELD THOMAS SHRIVER CHAS. H. STONE . Paducah, Ky. Huntsville, Ala. Little Rock, Ark. . Paducah, Ky. . . Columbia . Miami, Fla. . . Nashville . Shelbyville . . Nashville . . . Nashville . Paducah, Ky. . . . Nashville Auburndale, Fla. . . . Nashville . . Memphis . . Selma, Ala. M. F ss, s-, s s .A-.-sJ3 s. fi s A ss s. , - , f L gjf 1 Y P 3, ,. n- , ...,.... -Q.-j' ,... L.LllQ,,5jgLi3 aj' 4 ff' ,J ,5 if W " W -CHI PHI Top Row-McIlwaine, Parker, Wilcoxen, Jones. Fourth Row-Hughes, McKinney, Sensabaugh, Bunton. Third Row-Staley, Hastings, Shaner. Second Row-Paul, Wilson, Musgrave. Bottom Row-Hawkins, Speck, Lawson. Page lfwo hundred two A,A,. . - ..,,.AAAA, . nw , . FI . ... . ii '1 - Jw .rf .. we ' A.- NI ,,5l . . I I 4,A, - -I ,,, -. "--fm.-.f.,g5, ,,,..4 i ,x. Tis . f'A- CO' . Q I fi, 'QDOQKFI -ee. AA" ,.., . 42A f I A 5ek2sgIif. ,.,x. ., xx.. . ii ,..- x,.m . J 2 if KI "" , R , ,ry 'v", , , , . 2 . mwiflz'-R ..,.,,,., 5 ...:-e.,,,e.wy..:.w,.,.i..,A....,.rI .,,....L..i:.N..A.......W.-.....Q... af.. ,.,., RWM, ..,.,,,..',, ... ..2.,.,.a E.A..v.,,IJ..1..f .2.'..... ..... Chi Phi Founded at Princeton, December 24, 1824 Colors: Scarlet and Blue Alpha Chapter Established, I883g Re-establisllecl, I924. FRATRES IN FACULTATE WV. R. COLE, B.A ..... .,.,...,..... I Jrwidmzt Board of Trust C. S. BROWN, PI-I.B., M.E. . . P1'ofus.vor Mechanical Erzgifzveerirzg FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of IQ26 J. F. HASTINGS, LL.B ..... Lewisburg VV. A. LAWSON, B.E. . . . Memphis R. M. MCIQINNEY, B.A. . . Crossett, Ark. Class of 1927 W. D. BUNTON, LL.B .... Rio Frio, Tex. R. H. HUGI-IEs, LL.B. . New Orleans, La. CECIL R. COSSEY, LL.B. . New York, N. Y. F. S. PARKER, LL.B. . . . . Nashville J. R. SPECK, B. E. . , '. . . Nashville Class of 1928 I C. S. MASTIN, B.A .... 'Huntsville, Ala. WM. B. PAUL, LL.B. . . Nashville J. F. MILWAIN, B.A ...... Nashville G. F. SENSAEAUGII, B.A. . Nashville A. G. VVILSON, B.A ..... Mayfield, Ky. ,Class of 1929 C. W. HAW'KINS, B.E. . . . White Bluff C. E. SIIAVER, B.A. . Huntsville, Ala. A. F. JONES, B.E. . . Marianna, Ark. H. S. STALEY, B.E. . . . . . Nashville B. C. MUSGRAVE, B.E .... El Reno, Okla. CARSON RODOERS, B.E. . . Cairo, Ill. Page two hundred three C. S. VVILCOXEN, B.A. . . Ashland, Ky. - FRATRES IN URBE MALLORY K. AIKEN A. J. LAMOR R. P. BELL A. G. LINK JOIINsON BRANSFORD WILLIAM E. BUIST JAMES A. BURROW E. F. COOK E. E. DAUOIIERTY B. H. ENLOE J. B. HOWE DR. E. B. ALEXANDER JOHN W. MADDIN. JR. J. R. SPECK JAMES I. VANCE C. B. WALLACE E. B. WILKINSON :HARRY WINN , - . IW fw A x J' fl Y F" "7 'W' A' 5212" G-, ,,.Xsi' ' - "-'29 V ' in-1, -- -- , ' I' "' LH- Y'-xv ' .. . V :, - Q - I "w- N f J , .x , ' Lf' f ww Af H -. . 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BARNES . . EMMETT HIGHTOWER BASCOM LIARRIS . . RICHARD HOLT . . FRANK LUTON . . MANNIE NEWMAN . PAUL A. NEAL . . CLIFFORD BLITCH . M. J. DE VETO . W. M. DEDMAN . . J. T. JACKSON . . H. E. PUCKETT . . A. L. BARDILL JAMES BREW CHARLES BROWDER J. H. CASTLEMAN W. E. COOPER C. N. COWDEN HENRY DOUGLAS R. S. DUKE A. F. EBERT W. G. EWING Page ifwo hundred swan and Alpha Kappa Kappa Medical Fraternity Founded at Dartmouth College, 1888 White Active Chapters, I 9 Chi Chapter Established March 24, IQO3 FRATRES IN FACULTATE S. C. COWAN H. M. DOUGLAS F. B. DUNRLIN J. E. EVANS J. F. GALLACHER J. D. GILBERT W. D. HAGGARD R. B. HOLT HOLLIS JOHNSTON R. L. JONES FRATRES IN Class . . . . . Bolivar . Hopkinsville, Ky. . Charleston, S. C. J. M. KING LEON N. LANIER J. M. LEE VVILLIAM LITTERER F. H. LUTON A. G. NICOL W. A. OUGHTERSON R. H. PERRY DAVID R. PICKENS GEORGE H. PRICE UNIVERSITATE of 1926 R. R. WILSON . . E. G. KELLY . . . H. M. VVALKER . Class of 1927 . . .Athens, Ala. Littlefield, Texas . . . Nashville . Nicholsville, Ky. . . . Nashville . Stillwater, Okla. .....Dyer . . VVest Point Class . . Rayford, Fla. Hartford, Conn. . . Lawrenceburg . . . Big Rock . Henrietta, Texas FRATRES W. F. FESSEY W. G. FLOYD F. W. GLENN H. N. HERBERT ALBERTO HUDSON J. P. KELLER R. K. LANDIS J. H. LASSITER A. B. LITTERER L. METZ ANDREW PUMPI-IREY ROBERT RIGGS . . WM. VV. ROGERS . ELKINS RIPPEY . . E. B. VAN NESS . PAUL WALKER . . CAREY WALKER . PAUL YORK . -. of IQ28 FRED RUDDER . . E. M. REGEN . . . L. M. SMITH . . . PAUL VVILSON . . IN URBE W. K. NANCE D. R. NEIL HOY NEWMAN S. F. PERKINS . G. POLLARD . W. L. RECORD M. SANDERS P'1Ut'l G. P. SANDERSON G. C. SAVAGE D. C. SEWARD Pzzblimliorz: 'lCentz1u1"' A. L. SIIARBER J. G. SUTTON H. M. TIGERT LIARLIN TUCKER R. O. TUOKER A. E. VAN NESS R. J. VVARNER M. C. WILSON J. A. WITHERSPOON T. B. ZERFOSS . . . Cadiz, Ky. . . Tupelo, Miss. . . . Nashville . Taylor, Texas . Lexington, Ky. . . Jacksonville, Fla. . . . . Nashville . . . Nashville . . Joplin, Mo. . . . Nashville . . Center, Ky. . Stephenson, Ala. . . . .Franklin Russelville, Ark. . . . . Nashville . Guntown, Miss W. D. SUGG A. B. THACII MILTON TI-IORPE J. R. THOMPSON R. O. TUGRER HILLIARD VVOOD H. E. WYATT T. N. YOUNG M. C. VVILSON yyiga pupunq omJ1 Jing PHI CHI 'Top Row-Brown, Overall, Ladd, Haistens. ' Fourth Row-Chester, Long, Van Order, Rucks, Stone, Emens, W. P. Parker, Praither. Third Row-Neville, Pilcher, Murray, North, McDonald. Fourth Row-Hubbard, C, E. Parker, Harbison, Alford. Bottom Row-Gardner, Schmidt, Gill, Bell, Rountree, Binns, Hinsha.W.' EW 1 l.. 'Li iz if? 550 l El' fiils 'R lj? V ,W l :5iQ"viq,ij1L' X1 E-umifviij T 1 in 1? ll - fn- 'Z H 41: as "' lf :Ll HT . wqlllwrf, , , Q, r..i 1.4 ,uf of if wi-w':22ff:,.H 1 Q afar 1, 5, , ,,,. 54 5 wig QD' F1 .-yo in 0 iff f'1, -f 'qv if :Q 'l 9? V' 'MM FW ' Nj df if C7 D! 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Colors: Pale Green and White Illolto: "Phthlz1nOmen Chraismanu Flofwer: Lily-of-the-Valley Active Chapters: Fifty-four Pi Chapter Established I 905 FRATRES IN FACULTATE PIOWARD KING VV. M. MCCAEE T. D. MCKINNEY C. C. MCCLURE C. F. ANDERSON W. C. BILERO C. R. BRADFORD R. R. BROWN VV. J. CORE M. D. DAVIS VV. C. DIXON F. B. DUNKLIN JOHN OVERTON S. T. Ross AMIE SIKES R. E. SULLIVAN W. A. BRYAN L. E. BURCH J. C. BURCH JERE CALDWELL L. VV. EDWARDS DUNCAN EVE, SR. DUNCAN EVE, JR. R. VV. GRIZZARD HARRINGTON MARK J. P. L. T. MORFORD G. MORRISSEY J. NETTO FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of IQ26 S. R. TEACHOUT A. E. VAN NESS J. A. VVITHERSPOON O. H. WILSON R. H. BELL F. E. COUNCIL C. T. HINSIIAW R. M. SLOAN C. H. BROWN E. H. CROSS W. VV. HUBBARD H. H. TAYLOR R. B. BURRUS J. P. GILL, JR. S. MURRAY R. F. THOMPSON J. B. CHESTER W. E. GODDARD VV. P. PARKER W. E. VAN ORDER Class of 1927 L. C. BRYAN W. D. NORTH D. C. PILCHER B. STONE E. F. HAREISON J. C. OVERALL VV. B. ROUNTREE G. D. WALLER, JR. L. W. LONG, JR. J. W. ALFORD J. F. BINNS J. C. GARDNER SUMPTER ANDERSON HUGH BARR E. R. BOSTLEMAN C. E. PARKER Class of D. C. HAISTEN A. D. LADD L. E. MCDONALD N. L. SCHMIDT 1928 M. MOORE C. VV. NEVILLE B. H. NICHOLSON FRATRES IN A. S. DARBY VV. D. DELAY H. VV. FRANCISCO J. URBE M. OLIVER A. M. PATTERSON T. L. PECORA H. L. PRATHER W. W. RUCKS W. C. SPAIN W. A. SULLIVAN W. G. THUSS F. B. BREWER J. A. GAINES J. M. REESES H. C. STEWART S. S. BRIGGS W. L. KIRBY R. T. REGESTER E. C. WALTER WV. G. CARNATHAN , T. O. MENESS M. W. SEARIGHT, JR. HARTWELL VVEAVER E. M. CHENAULT J. W. MOORE H. C. SMITH O. P. WEST C. R. CRUTCHFIELD hundred nine N 1421 pupuny vnu Mud PHI BETA PI Top Row-Haley, Gibson, Moore, Bailey, C3.,'1'1', Booth. Third Row-Shell, Farris, Foster, Christman, Vfoocls. Second Row-Smith, Pettit, Parks, McClellan, Adamson, Crowe, Farley. Bottom Row-Handcock, Rhea., Mcliissick, McMurray, Johnston. rg ,....,.. V NLE, Flflkit-fm. 3' QMQKLJLQJJ th: st? il 1 70 2gSz.,glIJ H G if Ei- dw 32 if , ji , I fl 1,5 :wiv ,K W , ff 2 'Eb Z ' :"' zu t fe -W .M 4, M g: g-1, 'ff 'f :seal E igqfw EW,-Q .f,f l ,. iw' , .,,., , WW.. 9 ,,,m.,M.W Q zu rt.: ' ,. , 11-+..,ip,fgw.. ,, NM, Ml GJ ,,,..,..,..,W , iw' J 25 'N' if 3 1 !N--1 3 5, O , .,,A'2Q' if O 2113, :if if 'Wx fF',v""' f . gg sg-at 5 , , Q .,u JK -L. LE A x.....E......75.,W,,?...,..,.tl.,.. ,L .,......I...,.,....:..L ,.:,...L'Z,, ,..,,...T7,,,.W.............-,,M.,,, lgllw '25 0 FWZ...-57' N' ""' 'N"""3Q5'2! .ff We ii-"ff "QQ . l' . xl'?,f"N ' 'png'-we ff""" i 3 "f4 'WR---N1v:.fg KB. I fl my M-N ,Arne A., 2 i Az-M I ff , f, . ,E 5, I an -af., 5 ,df 1 -,,33,,,,, P if W LLXL' L "" We LAD'f ,,., , ....,, f .fl.....,L.1LQ.gzI1i:ff1:,. ., V., I' "" fvf' I Phl Beta P1 . Established at YVestern Pennsylvania Medical College, Colors: Emerald Green and White Publication: 'lPhi Beta Pi Quarterly" DR. BARNEY BROOKS . DR. P. M. LAMSON . DR. A. N. HOLLABAUGH DR. C. M. HAMIL'FON . DR. R. C. DEVIVAUX . DR. J. T. WATRINS . J. P. BAILEY . G. D. BOONE . . T. F. BOOTH .... A. D. BUTTERYVORTH . W. W. CHRISTMAN . . M. M. DonsoN . . H. M. FOSTER . T. S. GIBSON . VV. B. ADAMSON . . W. A. DEMONBREUM . A. C. GRIMES .... D. D. CARR . R. R. CROWE . . F. VV. FARLEY . J. D. FARRIS . . C. B. JONES . Rho Chapter FRATRES IN FACULTATE . Professor of Surgery . Professor of Pharmacology FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of IQ26 WVaxahachie, Tex. .....Erin . . . Pulaski . Murray, Ky. . . Nashville . Hermitage . . . Gallatin . St. Louis, MO. Class Waxahachie, Tex. . College Grove . Clayton, N. M. C lass . Salisbury, Md. Birmingham, Ala. . . Hutto, Tex. . . '. Nashville Pan Paulo, Brazil H. A. GRoss ..... M. D. TIALEY . . A. N. HOLLABAUGH O. J. JOHNS . . , C. M. LACIIY . G. B. MOORE . W. G. RHEA . O. L. VVOODS . 0fI927 C. M. MILLER . M. B. PEr'rIT . A. VV. RUCKER . of IQ28 J. H. MARTIN . . J. E. MCCLELLAN J. N. SHELL . . . L. L. PARKS . O. W. SMITH . . FRATRES IN URBE DR. JOHN HALL DR. T. D. HALL DR. H. C. GAYDEN DR. J. H. TILLEY DR. P. W. FOSTER DR. L. R. GAYDEN . ARCH ERWIN E. ORR . T. E. WHITFIELD CHAS. PERRY J. L. HAMIL1'ON E. F. KOHRS . Professor of Obstetrics . . Dermalology . . Mrdici1ze . Urology Waxahachie, Tex. Brooksville, Ky. . . . Nashville . Ashland City . Bessemer, Ala. . . Austin, Tex. . . Pulaski . Nashville . . . Edenwold Maypearl, Tex. . . . Bedford . Danville, Va. . . . . Kelso VVaxahaclIie, Tex. . . . . . Gleason Bourberville, Ky. DR. H. C. GUERIN Page moo hundred elefven om a6v,1 mfamq paxpumf DELTA SIGMA DELTA Top Row-Cooper. Third Row-Williams, Scales, Wal1ce1', Staples, Hill. Second Row-Irons, Raborn, Workman, Redding, Martin, Bobo. First Row-Taylor, Crawford, Templeton, Miss Betty Williams, McKnight, Jones, Waddell. Ffa l Sl f--'rj who JJ my wr., i . L ,J P 'V 5 A 1,2 3,25 ll 2:0 . 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MCDOWELL CHARLES GRAHAM BLUE . HERBERT OTIS BOEO . . DAVID V. COOPER . JULIUS E. COX . ROBERT P. IRONS .... THOMAS PRESLEY CRAWFORD CHARLES LOUIS MARTIN . GEORGE PENDLETON RABORN JOHN LYTLE SCALES, JR. . KEENE M. HILL . . . Kappa Chapter ' Established 1896 FRATRES IN FACULTATE I. H. PHILLIPS N. A. STAPLES H. A. HOLDER R. H. MCKNIGHT FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of IQ26 . Mississippi . Alabama . Alabama . . Alabama Illinois . South Carolina Alabama . Texas . . Louisiana CAS FLOYD TAYLOR . VV. RAY THOMPSON . . . TI-IOMAS PIASKELL WADDELL DAYTON HUDDLE VVALKER . ROBERT DEAN WILKINSON . PRYOR A. VVILLIAMS . . ELLERY CHANNING WORK . LLOYD NEWMAN WYATT . . WILLIAM AUGUSTUS REDDINO Class of IQ27 . . . Kentucky LLOYD CLAYTON TEMPLETON JOSEPH RICHARD MORAN . Central America Page tfwo hundred thirteen FRATRES IN URBE DR. B. BLAKEMORE T. A. LEONARD I. A. DALE E. B. MCALEXANDER VV. H. WHITE L. F. POOUE N. M. RUTLAND . Virginia . Texas Tennessee Arkansas Tennessee Alabama Tennessee Tennessee Mississippi Tennessee M e 1 -W.-,.J" -,N....f'L-.e A e . ee ,. - H 'F-vX0E'2'3'LT , " QQ , ,f ,,' 1 ee A -Q-- QQ - XI PSI PHI Top Row-Moorehcad, Quiller, Shultz. Third Row-Oxford, Crowder, Rowell, Smythe. Second Row-Maurer, Crompton, Jenkins, Eubzmks. Bottom Row-England, Walml, Pecora., Johnson. Page Zfwo hundred fourteen J , , N fl , fj.-cyfx.V W.,X,,--.,......,.,,,,.,,.,.-,.... x ,we .4 A . A1,l' X- "2 I 41-H Lexi 75 'f'JV'4' lqii wg- I Sz" fi ""' J' ff aisfffg-xDEl2BlLTiES : , A in 'A W L X mv ,, ffgx ,ff .',' .- ',.. .fjf ,, Q"M"A , ,, ,.. - . ff. , . Jae.. ...,.,..:.....w...,.11..M.-..EfLf'..ffe,:,..,...,,...4..f......... ...ada L.4.a..if.,-'. ,...,h,...,: ... ,..,, ..,,.....1......,,L.............,. -f UE 1 .1 lib--I,-kffff... . 12 f- THE1?v:'L.LZJ..3l'.,:LQ.L.2...g",, 3 1 Colors: Lavender and JOHN CROWDER . . WVILLIAM F. EUDANKS JOHN O. HINES . . CHARLES W. JENKINS HENRY O. JOHNSTON LESLIE D. MAURER . ROBERT T. MOREHEAD VVALTIER B. ENGLAND Page lfwo hundred jfftcan Xi Psi Phi Dental Fraternity Founded at University of Michigan, 1889 Incorporated under laws of State of Illinois Cream Magazine: "The Quarterly" Flo-wer: Red Rose Omega Chapter Established December 19, 1905 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of IQ26 . . Birmingham, Ala. . Daytona Beach, Fla. . . . . Guthrie, Ky. . . . . Knoxville . . . Lexington, Ala. . . San Antonio, Tex. . . . . . Nashville JAMES H. VVAI-IL . LOUIS L. OXFORD . JOHN D. PAYNE . SAMUEL V. PECORA RUDOLPH G. QUILLEN MAURICE H. ROWELI, HERBERT E. SCI-IULZE CLARENCE A. SMYTHE . . . . . Milan Class of 1927 HARL C. CROUTI-IERS . . . Morrillton, Ark. Class of IQ28 . . Huntsville, Ala. THOMAS J. HUEY . FRATRES IN URBE A. G. GRIZZARD E. G. MONROE R. H. REDUS . Marion, Ala. . . . Antioch Beaumont, Tex. Gate City, Va. . Mobile, Ala. Gidclings, Tex. Gate City, Va. . Keener, Ala. W V Fl fl , ,, , - - --,,..-, -..M .. A A -..A ..,-.... ,.., 1 qE,NDERB'LT is 4 l e- l e 1 .. COW .ODOQg5wf' - ' A . , Q" :Qs I .... 1 Q-,. .,.3Lii',-ji Q ... ' g 3 mx A h' e Q'V N.. l ' - XJ' 'X r"3ff-J 1: Fi-"MW V' .17 1 . ' .. VX, x":lN .M .....-. X-175.1 22 I...4V4.2LlQ.Z - ..,f.lQ'Q1...L..i ELL.A.....1gL.....-,..,....,.' ' 7" ....,,........,LL..Z11.LL2L'.L,..,,gl.. h..,.. L..:...:L3l.,gg.ig..I .... PSI OMEGA Top Row-XVindos. Thurman, Pepper, YVrenn. Fifth Row-Magill, Howell, Lipscy, Swan, Hardy. Fourth Row-'McLcan, Mecom, McKinnon, Harkey. Thircl ROXY'-'ICObQl'g, Stokes, Sharp. Stogner, Meacham, Second Row-VVelboru, Griflith, Phillips, Ebert. Bottom Row-Couch, Matthews, Harrell, Boyd, Pierce. Page tfwo hundred sixteen i:f?f,,f. ,,,. . -Mxwrx ?i,,,v A I I , ' r, ,.f D A-...A ,.,. 1. N fx ilsww '11 'f,' ' w-,', I.: :WLT "" ' "" '-' "" 'L ie' ' sf f,..,. ,,.. . .,,, 4 S .0 f -Q -f.ff'- wg Founde Colors: Sky Blue and WVhite .flctifoe Chapters: Forty-six . R. BOYD BOGLE . W. A. BRYAN . VV. O. FAUGHT . . W. E. HOOKE . . HOWARD E. MILES . L. G. NOEL . . LESLIE NOEL . O. A. OLIVER . H. C. REESE . S. G. SADLER . . WHIT S. TERRELL . J. J. VAUGHAN . . L. E. BOYD . . . WINSTON S. COUCH W. B. HARDY . . DON HARKEY . . J. D. HARREL . . C. P. JARRELL . OSCAR KOBERG . . COMPTOM W. LIPSEY KENNETH WINDES . PAUL EBERT . . N. D. GRIFFITH . W. E. MEACOM . . ,.,... ,,-,V ,.... W. .,,. ,,,, . ,W Psi Omega Dental Fraternity d at Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, 1892 Q Publication: "The Fraterv . .. . . . .. Alumni Chapters: One Hundred and Twenty-Three Gamma Mu Chapter Established November 26, 1906 FRATRES IN FACULTATE . Dean Dental Srhool and Professor of Oral Surgery and Radiography Professor of Surgery . . Instructor in Prosthetic Denistry Instructor in Denistry . . . . Instructor in Operatifve Dentistry . Professor of Clinical Dentistry and Dental Pathology . . . . . . Professor of Dental Medicine' . Professor of Dental Medicine . Instructor in Prosthetic Dentistry . Instructor in Dentistry . Instructor in Prosthetic Dentistry . . . . . . . Professor of Oral Hygiene FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1926 . Bogalusa, La. . Magnolia, Ark. . Big Springs, Tex. . Russellville, Ark. . Lucedale, Miss. . . Columbia, La. Big Springs, Tex. . Columbus, Miss. Class . Duvant, Okla. Class . . Roanoke, Va. . Haskell, Okla. . . VViSner, La. J. F. MAGILL . . J. T. MCKINNON, JR. RUSSELL MCLEAN DAN PHILLIPS . . C. SHARP . . . JOHN W. STOKES . J. C. VVILLIAMS . J. B. VVRENN . . of IQ27 . GEORGE MATTHEWS of IQ28 J. M. PEPPER . . . Madisonville . . . . Troy, Ala. . Grenada, Miss. . Big Springs, Tex. . . . Lafollette . Mayfield, Ky. . . . Eagleville . . Seattle, Wash. . Montgomery, Ala. . . . Pensacola, Fla. JAMES MADISON PIERCE . . Shreveport, La. A. W. STOGNER .... Tylertovvn, Miss. F. O. MEACPIAM . . . . . Chattanooga JOE SWANN .... . Cross Plains JOHN THURMAN .... . . . Nashville FRATRES IN URBE R. E. GALLAWAY CHARLES PORTER G. F. TENNISON H. N. MCGLOTHLIN GEORGE SEAMAN W. J. TICPIENOR JOE MONOR A. HAYWOOD SMITH J. W. WINN EWELL NEIL PAUL SRYGLEY S. G. WORKMAN Page tfwo hundred seventeen e....... fS....f.,.,.. , A e L FW ..JL A, ee me -e M- , e L 'r 'r' 4.527 V' ,V1 fx :N K . .,,1, J ,gf lf' L57 1: V 'EM'?'8if'gN4iwr1 .I tv "?if""i1"NNEQ'ix, E'-,rgv f 'xxcw AM,"' g K 1 x Q A TW 5'J::ff':5ZFmJ:sN-Mi'g2',Z1 23' g9DERB'L7f b ,',, J lzlfll.. .:'Qf,...l... ue-, 4-'- -f.L...L.Q..Q,.....4.5 L- '.'- 1 xf,Q,1f..lff...L.?l..-....n.M'X "si PHI DELTA PHI Top Row-Fcnker, Polk. Third Row-Felts, Hultsman, Carter. Svcoud Row-Gibson, Lyons, Peay, McCa11Iess, Bottom Row-Orr, Murray, Maddin. Page tl-wo hundred eighteen rm I Q 1 T if Reef-swear'--I'tfr-r'5Ul"W'AffW'e2 'rfrfwfwm-W-M-we 5, H 1..,W,ILgIM,,,gg,f , i g C, Wifi' . .ie?Q,, ,,,,AV,..A Q . AW,., ,.AW, . .Mgs fl, f I 2. ,MM A 'M-. 'EWS' It LL'L f , TCT' I 1? ,,,,, A . "MY-X.',g2!f' iiiifyf SDE-RB, 51 ""' . is A If ' AACOMMOD wsfffxlp' .-:Z-if ..?f:f1'f?. 5.1 if Yi V l W L '1' A S i I.fifi,.E5A ,..,w.V..,.,.V...fw f .x,,, . .R Mwztj ti, . H b., 1 S I 1 , . , ,. , L.. A , ,, . .W J, wg My gg U !:49WA ...M ,.,. , -. .L..... ,,,. :3 jx ., E... f HER ,R hllk, ,Q .,,,,,5?l ' Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity Founded at University of Michigan, Law Department, 1869. Colors: Argent and Azure Flofwcr: Jacqueminot Rose MHIOHBQS 11111 MalOne's Inn of Phi Delta Phi was established at Vanderbilt University May I+, 1907. In keeping with the policy of tlIe fraternity at large, Malone's Inn from its founding has consistently maintained the national standards by requiring, for eligibility to membership, a minimum average of 86 per cent in scholarship during any school term, together with a specific intent to practice law. FRATRES IN FACULTATE JOHN BELL KEEBLE - H. B. SCI-IERMERHORN CHARLES LAWRENCE E. T. SEAY W. K. MCALISTER A. S. WHITE I. H. MOORE FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of IQ26 NOLAN CARTER . . HOLLAND O. FELTS . . H. W. FENKER . . THOMAS E. MURRAY JOHN K. MADDEN . S. L. HUL'FSMAN . EDWIN HUNT . . . Lexington, Ky. Greenwood, Miss. . . . Nashville . Nashville . . . Nashville R. S. GIBSON . . WILSON ORR . . CHARLIES H. PEAY . C. L. POLK .... ROLAND H. TOWNSEND J. LYONS .... . . DeWitt, Ark. Class of 1927 . Little Rock, Ark. . . . Nashville D. L. STREET . . F. M. SLAUGIITER Hartselle, Ala. . . Nashville . Helena, Ark. VVabaseka, Ark. . . Nashville . Cadiz, Ky. A. T. ADAMS M. B. ADAMS G. H. ARMISTEAD FERRIS BAILEY J. M. CATE W. P. COOPER ELMER DAVIES I. H. DEVVITT LEE DOUGLAS ALBERT EWING III E. J. HAMILTON C. B. HARGROVE Page tfwo hundred nineteen FRATRES IN URBE R. S. HENRY I. C. I'IIGGINS, JR. -TACK KEEFE H. D. KNIGHT LUKE LEA H. D. LEACH T. H. MALONE T. M. MANIER VV. R. MANIER, JR. REMBERT MARSI-IALL J. B. MASON H. C. MERRITT W. E. NORVELL, JR. EDWARD PALMER, JR. S. C. PILCHER T. VV. SCHLATER C. CECIL SIMS LEWIS TILLMAN W. CURRELL VANCE BRADLEY WALKER E. J. VVALSH ALBERT A. WHITE MIZELL WILSON Q E : Z 'GN' ': A. A.: 6:-1 .3 A 2. I A loyal fraternity founded at S9 is -ew- I: X . 4 fr!! li ' .. . 3 A H51 A flf' L! fl ' F5 'V Q 'ref Ami ,,A E Y,,5A,Q5r nga ..1A.x . af.V me -, .R-wwa,Ns -1: V --'4 ' . A- , 3.53 5-jg.-.' ..,. " X '.j, . fsIigff. 5 ,kk. : "'- '- - e .,. . -' , .. W Na' 1N1SV:1f'1V,,., ,T---i x jI-P: :f- bzxbi . . the Unifuersity of Chicago in :"' 1896 and installed at Vanderbilt - ... " in 1921. The local chapter is ,. ' .2 lznofwn as the Horace K. Lurton Chapter. It is open only to mem- bers of the School of Lafw. . - -as:-I ",,:.-:- gg: MQ". ii R V '. V A"r. I I he at, A A 'Z f V . afaw 1 ,fri I was I '.af. aiegf? i'e'fl f -'haf ' f53 aeexeal. , f.' EH . .ease I.1:s.'-:I-'gk Q - -232. 91924 ' . f ,ff '. 'I V V K V' 1- 1 - l.: '-'- Qeaaa 5 A ?hf,e9Q?R,4 R he ehcfw " . . , - ..,, . . v,.'.. ' AWMMJWHV ..'i IWeeAR.Ia"' Vt... agx WWW? a t't'- . 1. . -7 2 "J . l If . " . ' . my .V '-Y. " -" ., V . I , -' 51 l" ff ' su I' R- . ' . FYHQR Q- R ff? A it .fV.HEH .leaf fi ..E? ,Q .ief . Ragwig .A 23? -A ., V ,.,..:-I .v V.-..v,:::,w , .. V ...Jvvlz-i,' -fx 4. .era ...ha ARERHI 'R f , Mia- I-ai if Y ' 'e ,. ,A "" H if-. A ' Q. ' ' V PAAAaeyQ.. i feaasla Aaah AAR' I .afkeaaeaaw f . . - . Phi Alpha Delta HORACE H. LURTON CHAPTER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of IQ26 VVILLIAM BEAUCIIAMP REYNOLDS CATE. . . GUY FULK . . JOHN JENNING5 . W. D. BUNTQN . . . JOHN CARTWRIGI-IT . . E. ' C. COCHRAN . C. R. COSSEY . . JACK DEAN . . H. T. HoI.MAN . . . . . . Nashville . . Terrell, Texas . Little Rock, Ark. . . . Tampa, Fla. Class . Rio Frio, Tex. . . . .Madison . . . . .Nashville . Staten Island, N. Y. . . . Sarasota, Fla. . . Fayetteville T. L. LOCKYEAR . . Evansville, Ind. J. E. NORMAN . . . . Nashville J. VV. NORRIS . . . Bells E. A. PRICE . . . Nashville Of 1927 R. S. HUGPIES . New Orleans, La. JOIIN MCCALL . . . . . Nashville D. E. MOTLOW . . . Lynchburg F. S. PARKER . . . . Nashville NED STEWART . . . Lewisville, Ark. A. D. REED . . . . . Nashville FRATRES IN URBE L. A. BAUMAN, JR. CIIARI,Es EMBRY R. E. MCGILL WILLIAM J. WADE WAETHAN WHIIWELL A legal fraternity founded at the University of Maine in 1901, and installed ai Vanderbilt in 1921. Only members of the Lafw Srhool are eligible for member- ship in this fraternity. 5 Gamma Eta Gamma Colors: Red and Black. TAU CHAPTER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of IQ26 JOHN DRENNAN . . . . .Nashville H. S. GENTRY . . . . VVheatley, Ky. HODGSON KEIM . . . . . Hendersonville G. H. WHITE . . . Class GEORGE BAIRD . . . DAVID CALDWELL . . . VV. Z. HoLLINGsWoRTH . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Union City . Keokuk, Iowa J. C. LOONEY . . HOWARD LoUIS . W. R. NOWLIN . . . . . .Livingston 1927 LUCIAN KAERCHER . . . VV. E. LEE .... THEODORE POUNTAIN . . Nashville . . Jackson . Sparta Ortonville, Minn Waynesboro, Miss . Greenville, Miss. E. T. HOLLINS . . . . . Nashville JOHN LOWRY . . . .... Gallatin Class of P928 B. L. ALDER. . . . . . Nashville VV. B. DOWEIJL . Birmingham, Ala. LOUIS BRANNAN . . . . . Mobile, Ala. GUY HtXSKlNS . . .... Newbern CHARLES CRUM . . Birmingham, Ala. FRANKLIN PIERCE . . . Trimble FRATRES IN UREE ERNEST N. HASTON J. L. DRAPER A, C. POE JAMES L. CHRISMAN BURT R. FRANCES O. L. SMITH JOHN R. COFFEY HERMAN T. MILLERLIE iv - -.T , , f-.Y-.r TWT' V7 5""' T-U Tiff ,.-T.'T?""7I5'7"f'SET"'-'lf' A-f I. .ifpgef-1.5ofrZf:i5'2'Q.wf,,fH.ffiqiI.gfQIr1. EE' 3 !Q,.f- A1 A-, -,,tf..M, 1M....g .. . , I-5 - C- af my Ky? nm, X ff-1--q,"g-1.4-,5 gig- ',-ill? EQHXJEIQQQRS? 11 .jiggsw-:ips-. - . Q , D TI-.s-an gl -Sqfwg.--Ig?-' - ' ' ,LQ .MQYQ Ln' 1 R.: " "4-i3!'f?'f5f'l -4 , 'W'7.EW"?'tf'l 4 ' -a f rzill 4. 53 .J 4: .1 J Lal -.-sr ', , 4 7 fr . ' If as ' A f , 5 . , I ' If. ,fn-JI' .. . 'J I. . , A ,. ..,. , . Q- I - -. --fe I .-A' O .' V ., ..,,, .1 .-.,, .A ------ A 1 -up -.,-V :- -I . ,Q , M L 5,..,: -.5 f . ,QI 15234, fr' I. as ', gg A I. W-A-Q41 A ,-M Z ..,,w4iEa , . , N35 4 Q f N fy . 1 J." I I - . ,. f . 1 , r-fr - -Q, 41.411, 5, 11, A f...:, 1 . 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It is open only to meni- hers of the Lafw School. Colors: Green and White Flofwer: White Carnation WILL B. DEARING THOMAS W. HUGHES K. K. 'BAILEY VESTER CHOATE ZACH A. COLES W, L. COOPER WVALTERS CAPERS THOMAS DECKMAN JOHN BELL KEEBLE SENATE Established, 1 922 AFRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1926 RICHARD J. JONES JAMES MCCALL Class of 19.27 PAUL Doss E. J. GLENNON W. H. HAYES J. C. HOLMAN Class of IQ28 FLETCHER KING ROBT. E. LEE DONALD MONEVIN FRATER IN URBE AUSTIN PEAY LESLIE NELSON W. B. SMITH E. E. HUNTER W. M. MARTIN FREDERICK RUSSELL H. K. SANDERS JAMES SENTER DAVID SMITH J? JW jf, , ,gk .,.,., M-. M5153-ff -L?--ff mklff-ff---- P ,wwf-M - --ww --A-N--1' 'fvmwm all ,V,fLV1, ggi! Y , -+ -NNN gf' ,M M- Vim . HZKKXA uf M f 5 mf , f '4-MQW Q ., ,. I M xl .,l,, Q 5213, 355 351-32 , 5 i ,WM yn, , ,f,, ' L ,iff E22 'V 2 fa H M' " -M '-"' W "- A ,L , ,,,,, ., f 2 ' f- J until X.,1,,Q-. ,4,:.,f,f .gm::i1,..ffL.V43:.l2Igi,5.. ' "jf01'i'lie.f' I fA!,f . 1. , . XX- x f 'r,. 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M .A if if off' Q W sw f-lf' . - iz-ff - f:'-W rv 0 fl ' 5 qgvlDER'3'LFi55 so - A 'Q 2 '- . .:.,.g1I',..:f:,-'LM -J 1. iii il YS S L'N'- .52 ., li, an W., , , bk s.1,.,.,,g 53 5, 563 myvli-63:5 Q Q2 3 EB'-ixis if,sn.,...,W,,,.,.,.,,.wg5,i..,s,NN 1 KAPPA ALPHA TH ETA Top Row-Hughes, Duncan, Smith, Culbert, Cobb. Eighth Row-Joplin, Vlfebb, Sharp, Brown, Kirk. Seventh Row-Niles, Powell. Sixth Row-Chadxvick, Parsons, Porter, Smithson. Fifth Row-Jackson, Hayes. Center-Kingree. Fourth Row-Chester, Creighton, M. Smith, Baskette. Third Row-Hill, Crockett, Vaughn, Allen, E. Powell. Bottom Row-Harris, Slemons, Chadwick, F. Williams, H. M00I'F:. Page ifwo hundred lfwenty-six m,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.. ., . ,assi .,.. .,,, FI ..4. Mk., ,A . , .,. ,,W,.-. - ,1... ' -- ,.. . I Q ,aff-I 'ess ,ew f, as jwgf fm 3 .ff 2 ,,, " f- ,wf 1- '-" A-,,E,,7,:' am. V :ERA-VNDEQBILT ' " "q,OP'NP'l0DOQlf'--s.i,,,, f H ' ,u ., 4 -,v. iii? GaBisNf6'm M Rafe lf 3 30" """" M' ' S' 'N" is -,V1, 'H"' T' "" " "" ff ' 5 "k"" f ' " g.41Ns,.,.f.ili2lZ.f "" .alla l.lT.1lf2fLfa " U 1' ' A ""f, V Kappa Alpha Theta Founded at Asbury Qnow DePauwj University, January 27, 1870 Colors: Black and Gold Flofwef: Black and Gold Pansy p . ,sf Q Alpha Eta Chapter Established January, I 904. SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of IQ26 JULIA POWELL, M.A. . . . Dallas, Tex. ALLINE DUNCAN, B.A. . Nashville ELIZABETH POWELL, B.A. . . Dallas, Tex. E'LIZABE'I'H HAYES, B.A ..... Nashville MARTHA CROCKETT, B.A .... Nashville TUTINIA PORTER, B.A. . . Clinton, Ky. ELIZABETH HARRIS, B.A. .... Nashville SHELBY CHADWICK, B.A. . Birmingham, Ala. EUNICE SLEMONS, B.A. .... Nashville Class of 1927 HOPE BASKETTE, B.A. . . Nashville ELEANOR HILL, B.A. , . . Mt. Pleasant HELEN ALLEN, B.A. . . Nashville ELEANOR JACKSON, B.A. . Birmingham, Ala. LUCY GRASTY, B.A. . . Nashville HAIKRIET SMITHSON, B.A ..... Franklin CAROLINE LITTLE, B.A. . . Nashville lVlARGARE'I' MCGANN, B.A ...Y . Franklin MARY HUGHES, B.A .... . Nashville CAROLYN COBB, B.A. . . Union City, Tenn. FRANCES WILLIAMS, B.A. . . Nashville MARY LEWIS JOHNSTON, B.A. . . Salem, Va. KATHERINE CULBERT, B.A .... Nashville MARTHA KINGREE, B.A .... Shelbyville IOSEPHINE JOPLIN, B.A. SARAH CATRON SMITH, B.A. . . Fulton, Ky. MARGARET CHAOWICK, B.A., Birmingham, Ala. Class of IQ28 Los Angeles, Calif. BESSIE BROWN, B.A .... . Nashville MARY E. WILSON, B.A. ., . Nashville SOPHIE PARsONs, B.A ...... Nashville EXINE WEBB, B.A .... . Nashville RUTH RICHMOND BURR, B.A. . . Nashville ALLINE VVEEB, B.A. . . . . Nashville DOROTHY KIRK, B.A ...... Nashville ELIZABETH NILES, B.A. . Union City, Tenn. Class of IQZQ STELLA VAUGHAN, B.A, .... Nashville EVELYN DUNCAN, B.A. . . . Nashville ELIZABETH CREIGHTON, B.A. . . Nashville MRS. JOHN CHESTER, B.A. . . Nashville MATILDA TREANOR, B.A ..... Nashville HELEN MOORE, B.A. . . . Nashville Page tfwo hundred ifweniy-seven MARTHA SMITH, B.A ..... Fulton, Ky. Xl www? Tx nsxangl Q 'X I , A, A A fl I A ,R 0 ' ff TP C :I . . PJADEQBILT O , '? I UB vi I.. mf V A-M-I Ax X A , L , Y L . I. if ffflf .ffm A I Q, H EQ A ig ,K Ki Ixwxbx-.9-ig! aux s .x -an W Kappa Alpha Theta ALPHA ETA CHAPTER-Continued SORORES IN URBE HELEN ADAMSON ELIZABETH BROOKS ELEANOR BROWN KATHERINE CLARK NANCY CASTNER MRs. WILL CHANDLER MRs. F. 1. CHERRY ELIZABETH COOKE MRs. ROBERT COONEY MRs. MEREDITI-I FLAUTT KATE GUILL ELISE HANDLEY MRs. ERNEST HOWE ISABEL HOWELL LOUISE HOWELL MRs. HOWELL HUBEELL IRENE HUNT EUNICE KINKEAD MRS. JOHN KREIG MRs. ROBERTA D. LYNE EVELINA MCCAULEY FRANCES MCLESTER DOROTHY MCMURRAY EVELYN NORTON MRs. HAROLD OLIVER CORNELIA PARK MRs. CARR PAYNE EUGENIA PORTER DR. MARY RADEBUSH MRS. IRA RAMSEY LINDA RHEA MAYBELLA SANDERS ELIZABETH SHARPE MRs. CECIL SIMS MARIA SLEMONS MRs. ALEC STEVENSON MRS. AI,BERT STOCKELL FLORENCE TEAGUE KATE TILLE1"P LUCY VAN NEss STELLA VAUGHAN MRs. MANIER WVEST MRs. THOMAS WICGINOTON MRS. E. E. VVILSON ELLA MAI WILSON Page Iwo hundred twenty-eight . . IW A jj' -jfs' .XJ 5' 'W' ,L-?"' Y ' is fd ' ii? " .V ' .1 ' I-.1 ' P.NQES.'?"'-T .S .1 A QOIVAQDOQ I If A 32 3 2 gm wk ws MRS. JOHN R. AUST, JR. MRS. ROBERT ALEXANDE VIRGINIA BAGLEY MRS. R. W. BALCOM MARY FRANCES BATTLE MARGARET BANGER MRS. BOE BAKER MRS. A. B. BENEDICT MRS. C. E. BEASLEY JULIA BLAIR MRS. A. B. BROWN CATHERINE COBB IRENE MALONE CAIN MRS. SAM CLARK Delta Delta elta DELTA GAMMA CHAPTER R, JR. SORORES IN URBE MARTHA CLEMENTS MRS. WILEURN CRUTCHER MARY HARRIS COCKRILL MRS. BYRD DOUGLAS MRS. ALEX DRAKE MRS. GUS DYER ELIZABETH FAW ESTHER FLEMING PAULINE GARARD LOUISE GOODLOE ELEANOR HALL SARA HARDCASTLE MRS. CHARLES HARDCASTLE MRS. PHILLIPS HARDING HELEN HOOPER VIRGINIA HOWLETT BRANDON JOHNSON CAROLINE LEAVELL KATHERINE LE SUEUR MRS. C. M. LICK MRS. S. A. LEATHERS ELIZABETH MCFADDEN CORNEILLE MCCARN MARY D. MCCARN ELISE MOORE MRS. T. K. MOORE MARTHA MCBRIDE EUGENIA MOSELEY HOIIE CLARK M RS. LOLA NORWOOD MRS. W. D. PHILIPS MRS. TOM POINTER MRS. JUSTIN POTTER LILLA PROVOST SARAH PURYEAR VIRGINIA PURYEAR PATTIE RHODES CORINE A. RICH MRS. H. RICH MAURICE RICH STELLA RICH MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. Page Ifwo hundred ifwenty-nine MRS. M. T. MURPHY FRANCES SHANNON RUTH SNEED MARY STEADWELL MRS. HARRY P. STICKLEY MRS. GEORGE TRABUE LILLIAN TATE MRS. WILLIAM E. WARD, JR. ELLEN B. WALLACE MRS. ROBERT WHITE MRS. MORI-'ORD WHITSON ANITA WILLIAMS MRS. TOM B. ZERFOSS F. E. HASTY PATRONESSES JOHN ASHFORD JOHN DANIEL GUS DYER W. L. FLEMING L. C. GLENN EDWIN MIMS IRBY HUDSON HERBERT SANBORN W. H. SCHUERMAN R. B. STEELE J. H. STEVENSON X17 -Q D AASMQAX4 J! As I EI A ,,53Q,i2G.LQ5Q7i Vi' f'?f37f'-fQff,f 'lfpi if 51:31 gi, 5-a.-1 -g gm- 1 ' ,-,, '.k'x,, I ,Lck-5 -,'4k f gn. ,L 1, .2 -" 1 ' 543 C' 1 ii-TEKHDERBI LT gift? ,igiw--,ty .-. --2: 9,,7'fb0f gif, -. ff 5 V, .--X if E' ,S 1:2 - . 'ffl 1'xf,-i2 x. ---.x, , Ssr'::'fR: 'M' ' V if 'E Z SF ff' :" 'V' 'xL""' Q11 X5'75':s'XNm ,H i,E57,::1Z:'zf' 'il'-' DELTA DELTA DELTA Top Row-J. Smith, Cox, Sullivan, Greer, Mclieand. Fourth Row-E. Smith, Rose, Neal, King, Battle. Third Row-Baker, Wills, A. J'211'1'Gl1, Thomas, Connell, Center-Rice, Allen. Second Row-Joy, Moore, Davis, Baugh, Sutherland. Bottom Row-Dickey, D. Smith, Provine, E. Jarrell. Page lfwo hundred thirly fi I fs ,ag aria PP 'W 'TFA' Vs -' Ml f " A I ifliig ek, W-W" """" 'R' ,x 'A 5.-. . ff., inf.-zz'2fy,:.w1,f,f,.1,-As252:41 MQ','.::? ..., ,, 5' . 24 jgw-ef""s"'i:""'-f-WELS , - Q, 4 WV ,WM I ,L L ,am mix., I 'A vjfxi ,W,,,.2,, 3 fl? ,, i ,Ami elif! Ifieeeei-s32'fi"1f fe iii Avi Wi 'Mal -'f7'V-I . -FLEML' E .-afeiiffirff E ,V M, . 5,4 ,,L.,,MI,,,sfI 1 ..l:- 'I Iss ,I V, .... ,,.,,,,,, J, Qiikffff ' ji H U E' a,,....,,1' iz A Yami? iwcffifwgii C' Y'W2'.1Zu'llIf ff2.f,Y2l2z,:,l1f, ',f ?L?LI.a2 Z1 , IME.'.,ILZ.J.'..,.K.l1:I Delta Delta Delta Founded at Boston University, Thanksgiving Eve, 1888 Colors: Silver, Gold, Blue zictifve Cflapters: Sixty-three, SARA COX, B.A. . . MARX' HOLMES GREER, B.A. MARY HOOEE, B.A. . EVELYN JARRELL, B.A. ELIZABETH BLAIR, B.A. . ELLA CONNELL, B.A. ELIZABETH DAVIS, B.A. . RUTH joy, B.A ..... ELIZABETH JOHNSON, B.A. MAIIY VIRGINIA KING, B.A. :AW QA' , ,jug 4111711771 Clzaptc1's.' Delta Gamma Chapter Established September 16, 1911 SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1926 ANN ELIZABETH BA1TLE,B.A. . . Nashville FRANCES BAUGH, B.A. . . EMILY ALLEN, B.A .... MARX' FRANCES BURRS, B.A. . MARX' DANIEL MOORE, B.A. . Page tfwo hundred thirty-one Flofwer: Pansy Sixty-eight Madisonville, Ky. JEAN MCKEAND, B.A. . . Nashville . . , Memphis PIELEN ROSE, B.A. . . . Nashville . . . Nashville -DOLLIE SMITH, B.A. . . . Nashville Thomasville, Ga. ELIZABETH W1LLs, B.A. . . Brownsville Class of 1927 Max Meadows, Va. PRUDENCE POLK, B.A. . . . Nashville . Cohite's Creek, Tenn. CHRISTINE PROVINE, B.A. . . Nashville . . . Nashville KATHERINE RICE, B.A ..... Dyersburg . Nashville ELIZABETH SMITH, B.A. . . Nashville . . . Nashville MARIAN SULLIVAN, B.A. . . Nashville . Murfreesboro ANN SUTHERLAND, LL.B. . . Nashville Class of 1928 MARY DICKEY, B.A. . . . . Nashville . . Franklin FRANCES NEEL, B.A .... Newberry, S. C. Class of 1929 . Martin, Tex. ANN JARRELL, B.A .... Thomasville, Ga. . Nashville JANE DAvIs SMITH, B.A ..... Nashville . Nashville HELEN TPIOMAS, B.A. . . . Nashville . fl -IRL , . --. ,-. e e -ef---T E if of! fel ' Q H -' ' 4 ?.:fi1fi"'Fj 21 ' yy C2 5 33354 mlm -3i1PJ,xDEl2BlLT ,-X il. 3 23 jf, . fimff. A.-X-J" :1T1IfT.5 if-l is iii -ix ' . Li'1f1--fi?" : EA" llsgxffc .,gL..,.e.e V- V i M A -W WW . i . - ,... ,,-.,.-...-.-..,..-.....m..-....... ALPHA OMICRON PI Top Row-Dodd, Everett, Halsell, Tuttle, L. Craig. Fourth Row-Leclbetter, Carter, McKee, J. Beasley. Third Row-Hand, McMui'1'a.y, Staley, Turkey, I, NVi1liamS. Second Row-I-Iart, Tanksley, Trice, Sharp, C. Williams. Bottom Row-Turpin, F. Beasley, C. Craig, Allison. Page tfwo hundred thirty-tfwo """"'A" -4 M "' ' QVWE VMNAQNPAA ' 'ATDWW' fi As 'Z J Cf' - M .. , .. ,. . A , KC, ,T . wr, VW., ,... :S..,..,., 5... ..... -. . , ,..Ii,- N ,, .77,n.,..,,,,..7.h,,..m., ,5 sf?p1,...5efa......-.zsfg,w , ff A l , .,A, . ZA F, Q f ij K Mfi' , 3' ,... 7 3 fm if., A? VU 5 ,,.Aff ""'H-Elf' , QDERBILT DN Ia.. A 5 1: E' I f'COmMODO L 7 ,gf P Wsyvvyg,-,,, .1-if A ..r " ff f "1 7 .4 g ,.,.,. . .. ,. H M legs, xl a'gi5i'Zi'Z. -2,12 Rf 11112:--A S I I-1151 ' . ' - 2 1- -A I 1, 1. :ff f ' ww' .. j fl? 32NXX.,,wm A - ' mi wfGf.2.fn"'gf"f """ 'ff '- 'MA gf 1 ' .1 f I f:1L'f'-.f " "" ' im pam,-:N .. l It V fjrfsp , 5 .,,,,.. .LW ...LW ,,.,,,,?,..v,,,,,..,,. ,.. . ,,,,,. my Et ,E EfA?KJ.w..... .V' .'Q...."..ZZM2a,Lf' JUS Alpha Omicron Pi Founded at Columbia, 1897 Colors: Cardinal and VVhite Fiofwer: jacqueminot Rose Nu Omicron Chapter Established April 27, 1917 I SORORES IN Class ROBBIE ALLISON, B.A. . . . . Nashville CATHERYNE CRAIG, B.A. . . .Ripley MALI'1'A EVERETT, B.A. ...... jackson VVILLIE D. I'IALSE'LL, M.A. . Itta Bena, Miss. Class FRANCES BEASLEY, B.A. ..... Nashville AI.MA HAND, B.A. . . . Fort Worth, Texas MARY LOU HART, B.A. ..... Nashville CAROLINE VVILLIAMS, C lass JANE BEASLEY, B.A. . . . . Nashville LOUISE CRAIG, B.A. . ESTA HILL, B.A. . . . . . .Ripley . . Mt. Pleasant Class FRANCES CARTER, B.A. . HELEN DODD, B.A. . . .Nashville . . . .HugO, Okla. UNIVERSITATE of IQ26, MARY ELIZABETH SHARP, B.A. . . Nashville MARY THOMPSON, B.A. . . Montgomery, Ala. ANNE TRICE, B.A. .... . . jackson IRENE VVILLIAMS, B.A. . . Huntsville, Ala. of 1927 FRANCES MCKEE, B.A. ..... Nashville LUCY REID MCMURRY, B.A. . Guthrie, Ky. CARRINE TANKSLEY, B.A. .... Nashville B.A. . Huntsville, Ala. of 19.28 GEORGIA LEDBETTER, B.A. . . . . Memphis SARA SAWYER, B.A. . . . Hot Springs, Ark. MARIANNE TURPIN, B.A. .... Nashville of 1929 I LENORE KENNEY, B.A. . . Nashville SARAH STALEY, B.A. . . . . Nashville DAISY FFUCKER, B.A. . . . . Nashville MINERVA TUTTLE, B.A. . .... Milan FRANCES JENKINS, B.A. ...... Ripley SORORES MARY B. ALLISON ' MRS. L. GOODPASTURE MRS. JOHN W. BARTON MRS. CURRY HEARN A MRS. NORMAN BOYD SARAH HOPKINS DOROTHY BRAMWELL MRS. JOE IENNINGS MRS. THOMAS CARTER HELEN KERSEY IN URBE CORNELIA LAMB MRS. DEWEY M'CULLOUCH VIRGINIA MARTIN MRS. THEODORE MORFOR FRANCES NORTON RUTI-I FAIN MARY KING ELIZABETH PERRY PATRONESSES MRS. BEASLEY MRS. P. D. HOUSTON MRS. CAYCE MRS' GEORGE MAYEIELD Page tfwo hundred thirty-three CLARA RUST MRS. ROBERT SHOFNER LOUISE THOMASON FLORENCE TYLER MRS. CURRY WHITE D MRS. MAX SOUBY MRS. WEATHERFORD ,B , - ,B , 1-11 A ,B B -B M 'Tj Ti QT? 41i,"?e?f:fN"iE52 M 5531, 'Of f"'Cf'-yi-:Qf'Qf'1.,QJ'5i:SA'A'f-QA 5-ii Q3 4 - 'A Q' 0 ,EN F H, A,.g-q,yE.NUER,'3f,'l-7' EFX f,,:,. . ,.,. ,,:Yiiw,.-..Amijfi1Q 3 Exon Q33 ,..., E 1 GAMMA PHI BETA Top Row-Fisher, Andrews, Ragsdale, Neville. Fovfu-th Row-Yates, Smith, Briggs, Slernmons, Hardy. Tlmn-d Row-Evans, Hopkins, Riggs, Ogden. Second Row-McLane, Odom, Bates, Malone, White. Bottom Row-Haggard, Doyle, Brown, Guthrie. 1 Page lfwo hundred thirty-four . . . . Nashville ELEANOR GUTHRIE BA. . , f 7,7 ,. QT .T,..,:?:,? ,ya-, A ,,,,. ,,,,, ,,,, , , a W , I, , V W, A, I' 5 . l I. , A K If ,M N.- A f N- Tiff ,E.?., 'I Z ,591 f,.,,f"""W T' "4'Nffi?f' if if-NDERBM7' A" I OQE i C, ,ea Z 3 qi PK Ykll ,I ,I f',. Gamma Phi Beta Founded at Syracuse University, November II, 1874 Colors Fawn and Seal Brown Flofwcr: Pink Carnation M .,. ' I, I - ' ffctzfve Chapters: Thirty-two ,L Allumni Chapters: Eighteen . Alpha Theta Chapter Founded October Io, 1924 V SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of IQ26 ALICE BRIGGS B A . . Lak-e Wales, Fla. MARY ETHEL VVHITE, B.A, . KATHERINE YATES, B.S ..... Nashville Class of 1927 . Nashville . Nashville . . Columbia ELIZABETH NEELEY BA. . . . Franklin Cla 5 ANNE MATHIS DOYLE B.A. . . Nashville MAY PEARL HARDY B A. . . Houston, Tex. VALLIE SMITH, B.A. . . LUCILLE NEVII,LE, B.A. JANE ODOM, B.A. . . WILLIE MAY OGDEN, B.A. . Talladega, Ala. . . Hendersonville . Nashville Slaughter, Ky. MARTHA RAGSDALE, B.A. . Russellville, Ky. THELMA RIGGS, B.A. . 1928 ELEANOR HAGGARD, B.A. ELIZABETH MCLANE, B.A. . . . . . Nashville Class of 1929 KATIIERILE ANDREWS B.A .... Nashville MARY ELIZABETH BROWN, B.A. . Nashville CARREMAYE EVANS B A ..... Nashville . . Nashville HAZEL HCUNT, D.D.S. . OLIVIA MALONE, B.A. . MARGARET OMAN, B.A. MARGARET SUMNER, B.A. SORORES IN UREE MRS. EDGAR BLAIR DORIS HAWKINS MARY MORRISON MRS. RUPERT SMITH MRS. THOMAS BUYERS III IRENE LANGFORD MRS. JOE SHARPE ELSIE VVALEN Upton, Ky. . Nashville . Nashville Chattanooga . Nashville . Nashville . Nashville f' 'H ii .fi A "L ' Af' Yi if F7-W7 "ff 3 5 1' QCJE if Jiffy, ft 'fi ? cf 12 Q 4 ,, ,, C 1 . .fx 1 if. -..,,,,.,--i---.QQ 'I ,, 7 A M--,S f 51 -i w f 1- f va ,ff -wwf g, f sDE'2'3'LT i r W1 s l ii aO,QM9rDOQbi iQir i i 1 sri f+++'rmi--:fi , 42 L ' ' " ' L.. . 'M ' A ..QL::'?5ss'M SIGMA TAU SIGMA Top Row-Sugg, Andrews, Cooke, Futrell, Travis. Tliird Row-Sionecker, Harris, Parrish, VVa.lIcer. Second Row-Lewis, Taylor, Jessie Nimmo, Cummings. Bottom Bow-Qalvevg, Witherspoon, McPea,k, Jennlcp Nimmo. Page two hundred lhirly-six Y Nmm. lr?-'fe-4-W1,fm-"fl'M-MW-e7Ax'q"-M":w,'v W A7 '..w.-.0 V vw I I MKMH I M Ha r Eg?--3--V ,fr 'V ,--"fee-'ff'-T--,f:1-sc-'fm-vv7'a-: ,f-W., El wif' N is A.....-..,,4-.AQN FA? 4. ,,,, , 'P f 'wZ,',', 'ff "wif E Q ', ,il??'i..p:h.L....,, APS '55 I", E123 U' NWN, 'M Q -- -X - fl- Cuff. 5 'Ts'-'UZ -' A I fu. .Q f. fb fmt - wry' XL' S"'?.V,-f9-W I L N-MXN H55 Q, fsifei, yi--ff,,f. 11.15,-Qfsfg g 'A D N'-Qazff' ,eff If V I , I. ,,l- was . ,,,,, N, I. , ' Af ' N Eqggw NWWWW N T Zag, ty! H ,Z I ,F gf COW W J ,. Q A T2 J--. ' 49 7 I' 'L" "W-"""" ""M'I'W'-'-M ,f'f- , I3 RW.-J.: ,e w.,, Colors: Orchard und Coral JULIA ANNE BISHOP, M.A. BILLIE COOK, B.A .... EVELYN CALVERT, B.A. . LUVERNE HARRIS, M.A. . . BROWNIE HOPPER, B.A. . . Sigma Tau Sigma Organized Vanderbilt University, 1924, Flower: Helen SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1926 Abilene, Tex. . . Nashville . . Culleoka . Jackson, Ala. . . Union City ELLA MAE VVALKER NETTXE CUMMINGS, B.A. . ELSIE MCPEAK, B.A. . JENNIE NIMMO, B.A. , . JESSIE NIMMO, B.A. . SUSIE SUGG, B.A. . AGNES TRAvIs, B.A. . , B.A .... Nashville Class of I927 . . Trenton ROWENA RUTHERFORD, B.A .... Nashville AMY ANDREWS, B.A. NIARTI-IA FUTRELL, B.A. . . DORIS SLONECKER, B.A. . . . . . Nashville Class of IQ28 RUTH PARRISH, B.A ....,. Nashville Class of I 929 MARX' LEWIS, B.A. . .... Nashville EVELYN TAX'LOR, B.A. VIRGINIA Vl7ITHERSPOON,B.A. . . Nashville Page t-wo hundred thirty-.ve-ven BRUCILE L. PHILLIPS, E K Organizer Gould Rose . Sparta . Nashville Nashville Brentwood Nashville Union City Nashville Fulton, Ky. , mf,-, , ,..,....,.- ---f V --Y E fi F1 A w , ,M EFI - in 14573 V? QW NIJ! wg ff' n NXNfg3:" Eff:- xi X X , QMMODO 1 S' V ': ,,A XAX,A. X A3 Xnx www ck - 7 ' ig' ' i i,,ff,gi,: VE: .."'. 1 if 13ZygNDER?',"-7' ii: HE 1 i , iff :JK Q A-,,:tIY.iVX, W .,Q,ggm,5QTgi4 51421133 Q12 x Q QE? E 25.14 if-7:2 SI -Q-ww. ffl, .. ,f , .K , .N Q. :P A.,.g,: AW WM....M..a..n...,.n...,.m.e.Sgv..xm,g1m.,,x-QL54:hs.SfsS.l ALPHA EPSILON PHI Top Row-Lowenheim, R. Martin, Second Roxv-Wind, J0h1'1Son,,F. Levy. Bottom Row-Simon, Rothstein, Weinstein. Page lfwo hundred thirty-eight l fi MM if., ,MQW ' 3 ik .,,, 7.5, M 5 .f""'l 5 NDEQBH-T We in , f lf QONMODOQ 5M,,,fa.M,, x-.f f..J,,.., A ,,,. 1 ,,,,,., N ,,,,,,Qf?wX mi,j:i.,,g ,I M , 1 f if., , . ,,,,,., ,L WH, NMS F, , I 1 ,W .X,.,,,,, MM. ..,L4 3 H ,..h ..,,,. A w Alpha Epsilon Phi Colors: Green and VVhite Flofwer: Lily-of-the-Vallev MARY LEE MARTIN, B.A LILLIAN WEINSTEIN, B.A HIAZEL LEVY, B.A. . . REBECCA JOHNSON, B.A. . ROSLYN MARTIN, B.A. . . DOVIE MATISON, B.A. . . I-IAZEL SIMON, B.A. . FLORANNE LEVY, B.A. . . MARY JANE LOWENHEIM, Chi Chapter Established I 925 SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1926 Class of 1927 Class of IQ28 Class of IQZQ B.A. . BERNICE ROTHSTEIN, B.A. . . . RUTH VVIND, B.A. . . . Page lfwo hundred thirzy-nine SORORES IN URBE HELEN FRANK RosE POWERS Nashville Nashville Nashville Nashville Nashville Nashville Nashville Nashville Nashville Nashville Nashville , so e s e e ,AG-, A , fl .Wfx sr-- -- --.. -W.. ,l 371 mf "'- V, ,-:.1-F, relay 1 --:.f .4Mf'N-,A-V - L, r' 4 V-get iff-f ' N-lfzef I M 'fssvemr s . . ksvla , Y t A . , 'L 61,51 -in-JN KVVA .Q it .,-k lp.. .N .. j",,g,- . -,4i,,jQf,2'M aLllf.g4g,,.,,-,,-.',: ,,,. f ' is gf im ,rn nniilggfqifrn im inf ng Miscellaneous Fraternities lg: 1114 1111 01553331 D114 1111 IE I ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA Top Row-Bryan, I-Iaggarcl, VVitherspoon, Major Cooper, Burch, Eve. Middle Row-Goolker, Rhea, Boone. Bottom Row-Garret, Craig, Booth, Foster. This is a non-secret fourth year Medical Honor Society, membership to which is based entirely upon scholarship and moral character in the broadest sense. It was organized at the College of Medicine of the University of Illinois in 1902, and is the only order of its kind in medical schools on this continent. Its definite mission is to encourage personal honesty and the spirit of medical research. ' Only students who have averaged ninety or above in their first three years of work are eligible to membership, moral qualifications being satisfactory. Page tfwo hundred forty H fi xg "'F-l'VWm'u""'E'u"""'T7'?"5"""""1?'?N""?27 ' "WWlwi'Wi :WZIYZIZI5 r'M"W7Ai:711'jl:2arG IIgvwvizfff'f7""'A'7"I"7'Af"'M'N'?'fff Wifi .M-E3 52' 'Q .---WGA-9ff!" ff lf' Y,,,...f..,. " 2' ,I . ,,,., -.E " vrff, K 3 5,1 . .rfg , ,.,., . J..,.-.....,E, ...fi Ay f 3,2-mf TLA? 'ww Jw.. "W--... , ':.f:-'fy 5' fx 1111 :If 1 fm: ...f -"2 1 fi -Y V I r .....4..... .A A 'if' A QQ ff' ' "WAI wr" " ik : ' X f N 1 I 5 2WMp.N9 BQ' T If ' A I gw A A' G0 HODOQ I I 2fw?4AJ.. 4 , Mijfiqjge I I I .I -,fi 5,52 .', ' I ,. - S 2222 QijQxA,,w""'f 5535 A556312 5' eq .,,. 2.1- I ' .I .,,,. 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M. ,,'. 2 - qji,1I?k,.,-r' Wg -' .rx...Nx. jc: -f'-,L ' '-R. 633:55 gh Top Row-Courtney, Parsons, Fant. Bottom Row--Mims, Armstrong, Teague. Sigma Upsilon Literary Society Founded at the University of the South, 1906 Colors: Olive Green and Gold Flofwer: Ionquil P. I. TEAGUE . T. P. Minas . W. C. CURRY DONALD DAVIDSON P. J. TEAGUE T. P. MIMS BEN NICHOLSON CALUMET CLUB Established 1907 . . President E. H. PARSONS . . . Secretary . Vice-President W. H. COURTNEY . . . Treasurer FRATRES IN FACULTATE G. R. MAYFIELD C. M. SARRATT J. C. RANSOM H. B. SCHERMERI-IORN FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE E. H. PARSONS L. G. FANT W. H. COURTNEY HERBERT ARMSTRONG EGBERT OWNBY JAMES STUART Page lfwo hundred forty-two Fl FUI !N""""'lf7f""7T"Z"f"'WE .i'i'iji' Ri11i""'i"f 1""""N7'! r'::f"w77W-f+"""'m'1N3-'OfWf'7E2Mwg7 l?-71-if gi, ffflflf, ffff 5 6-4,41 .. .ufitr MA M OL r 3 JVM .Z4Q1,,,-..Ma5Aw..:'.5Q5 if?x4.,, 25264 fm", 5 ry1,,,.,,f.f- ii""mj Q11 1 -L.: ' ,K " k J ' ev M - fs, ':fQV""'Z xl . .-N,L . f . .f. e .. . W.. ..,..,. U .z ,. . . . ,. ,., . .., .. . . 15:4 ,jk ,.-"M H13 2,430 f' f-5 '.13...'1,..1 1'e...a..-i,,f.iz .,,, 2'?.-,.n. ,.,, ,.'.1 1.1 ,,,. l:.,5.W .,... .,.,,: A ' ew '- W. x,,, ag lei? Lflkfp , . . We, "" i Q , , 'TN-57'5?LX. ., , .. 1 .. N .. 'Q 'iffv ll ll ALM' -'v- f Rf "" .A,', 1 ' ,... -.:.f':.....:,3 ep! .Alilulk ' '01, hui J . Sr. ul . A ,h,,l A Q , Artus b ll . OFFICERS Z If 75 5 :nz 2-.H -H WE W '15 5 H. Z O. CQ. N G ,. N A S. 3. P-a E. Sh. 9: E 2? 52 QL fb E N MEMBERS R. L. GARIS M. C. GORDON GERALD HENDERSON J. W. NORRIS FRANK PROvOs'r M. W. THOMPSON, JR. FRANK DAVIS A R. E. GLENN MARION TILMAN JOHN E. SLOAN S. B. THOMPSON C. H. Moss J. Y. SOOO GEORGE SLEMMONS E. C. PELLITIERI VV. H. COURTNEY G. H. GOLDEN RAYMOND HURT E. G. CORNELIUS C. S. JONES M. H. VVRIGHT HERMAN BURNS C. E. CROUOH T. S. VVAO The Artus Club is a national honorary fraternity in Economics. Its Greek name is Omicron Delta Gamma. A scholarship average Of B plus must be maintained before One can become a member. The local chapter was installed in 1919. Page trwo hundred forty-three . . E- li D A .- M. N: f v -A .-Qs J' V pP"'ff- ' 'I 'J' C- f-f, JV' f xMgi.,f5ffW 'sf' :.,9"11wH'j'F7"' QQ VA. V11 . I A A.'ef-p- ..., -1: ygzrpg lls. . .1 'N , 55,, , ,4,, - I i " ' 'rf--...K ,io l " -mfw 3 i .R x.-' Gamma Alpha Pi The Gamma Alpha Pi fraternity Was founded at the Johns Hopkins University during January, 1922, as an organization to studyl and perpetuate academic and masonic ideals as they relate to student and university life. The Epsilon chapter of this fraternity was installed at Vanderbilt University on January 30th, 1926, with the following charter members of the several schools and faculties. OFFICERS WILLIAM H. ROWAN .... .... ........ M a sler CHARLES P. COCHRAN . . . .... Senior Warden THOMAS M. HOLT .... . . Junior Warden LOUIS CONTOS ....... , .I . . . Secretary JOHN A. HYDEN . ..... Treasurer LAWRENCE B. SMELSER AND JOSEPH W. ALFORD JOSEPH W. ALFORD DR. LOUIS J. BIRCHER DR. OSWALD E. BROWN CHARLES P. COCHRAN LOUIS CONTOS JOHN S. CROWDER DR. ROBERT C. DERIVAUX JOSEPH W. FORD Councillers MEMBERS HOWARD S. GENTRY JOSEPH M. GOOD, JR. JAMES E. GREENE HERBERT A. GUY PROP. G. D. HENDERSON W. I. HILL, JR. THOMAS M. HOLT PROF. JOHN A. HYDEN JAMES C. LOONEY J. E. MCCAULEY DR. JOSEPH K. ROBERTS WILLIAM H. ROWAN DR. NEALE M. RUTLAND JOHN L. SCALES, JR. LAWRENCE B. SMELSER S. BERNARD THOMPSON PAUL E. WILSON Page tfwa hundred forty four ,.. X'eBw21:f-Q ,f- - ,Q If 4: gf: X ,V . 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S. 5.1.2. - - I- me - fr . ':. . ,. 1 .f I .. ' I , l Ea 'r 4 ' .ggEux4'1ff9"'t1 , ' -1282 , - ., A me faqs. gf , Q- .5 Top Row-Keene, Gentry, Crockett. Hultzman, Gibson. Second Row-Bridges, Courtney, Looney, Polk. Bottom Row-Bryan, Cottrell, Moss. Student Council The Student Council is a governing board of students elected from the various classes of the Academic, Engineering, and Law Departments. Its function is to govern and regulate student affairs, and its powers are legislative, executive, and to some extent, judicial. The Council also acts as a medium between faculty and student body. The Council is practically a self-perpetuation body, as the nominations for each class to vote on come from within it, and only by a petition signed by 30 per cent of the class and submittedl three days prior to the election can any other man be nominated. Presidents of junior and Senior Classes, Law and Academic, and the Chair- man of Kissam Board are ex-oliicio members of the Council. EVERETT B. GIBSON . . . VVATKINS CRocKErr FRANK BRIDGES KENNETH BRYAN L. C. COTTRELL WILLIAM COURTNEY WATKINS CROCKETT Page tfwo hundred forty-:elven OFFICERS MEMBERS Joi-IN DRENNAN HOWARD GENTRY EVERETI' GIBSON S. L. HULTSMAN JESSE KEENE . . . . . . Preszdenl Secretary-Trea.v1u'er JAMES LOONEY MALCOMB Moss C. L. POLK ALDEN SMITH ,V - e . i f. ' f J- f: - Ii-.K v 'H ivgjflrfe-f A 'f-'fn "T-'X ,.-F' 'ii'-"'9'T---rem: I?"-'-rwwg-mi I'-1 'I -7 va'-f ' fviv Xin wlfi-'N'e:f KY L5-J if-7 ix-M ,xi .QSC-5 O ..,- . .4 .--.. e,.r,,.f . . . t -if "" erik' . ff " - Q F, J""'P 3:-W eifil PQDERBIQ la, Q 2 ,352 g'qfDI"V1 l..Q,DOQZgle::S',:gl 171.5 --fg,,o,f'1l7:'1TfIiE:':, '-Elise fi :Fl -15 'rv :le .-fiiefiifis X ' 11 ffil - ffgll 5,-1.42 .Esta 23 ff- ilk! 'W' COMMODORE CLUB A senior honor club elected each May from the most representative men in the Junior Class. It was founded in 1905 by VVilliam Anderson, coach of the track team, with the intent that the club would function in every Way possible for the good of Vanderbilt. It is a self-perpet- uating body, with a membership limit of hfteen. OH'icers for the past year W-ere: Neil Cargile, presidentg K. K. Bailey, vice-presidentg Cad Polk, secretary and treasurer. Page zfwo hundred forty-eight , . A fl it A . F""' J' " P W'+"""'d'n" 'S'iQ""'42Z1 .W "iff fir., yrs-'rffr""'mh7eeef-ew e's,..m E3 3, esaezfetfffetwee' -Mfr efcfbfgfe r - A' I, ... sefizgf-fg.L4M.i4Msfi?Mx.f.1,!.sC,:35gQf Suez W A Lg.. ' Li, 6 ZWNDERB, LT ,Q if Weisilz 1-ir ff C,ONm.QDOQNXw'z'i.fff. .MW NIP' ,. wg. -, qw. E OWL CLUB An interfraternity honor club selected from the ranks of the junior Class. The Club is a self-perpetuating body with a membership limit of fifteen, the election being held in May of each year. The purpose of the club is to foster harmonious and friendly relations between - fraternities, and to promote school spirit to the utmost extent. Ollicers for the past year were: Henry R. Sanders, presidentg Mac Moss, vice-presidentg jesse Keene, secretary and treasurer. Page ifwo hundred forty-nine L. , . N. ull L. A .. L., .L .,, ..L......,-. W.- . ' .-- N- 3 ,jf 'Q N, -jr , ' 2 L ' K ' 151 'j 5 ..-'A' -4i.,f xr 9 2 L QIEMDERBILT a . A - if eOVX'VlO.DOQEw:iEg. Xix . i ' ' V':. l . 4 A K ' Q ' li Im' l A L :1 -' A a ' . . . ,.. ,, . ,. .Q 'QKQQA .2-, .ff 1 X , y 5 gf., .X 5 M ff If ' aw, .. .1 :, . "gf .. iz 302 X31 we , Q Q f A j, X 2 7 iz' If Q K . ' 'I F- 2 we Qi! V, .Q , ,,, A::,., .,.1 Li- . . 4 f W- , Vir- vw 1 f 'WW 2 W 3 2 f Q, 5, I ' 'i?3iZ':f2 ' exe? if X , if 1 Q 1. 7. S. DRAPER, A K Eg VS 7. O. TIRRELL, 2 X3 Top Kofw-L. I. GROSS, .Z B T5 I. E. WARD, -fb K Eg V5 W. PARRISH, K E. Second Rofw-R. M. THOMAS, B 9 Hg A. G. WILSON, X dwg G. A. PURYEAR, E Ng V. H. SHARP, fb A 95 J. R. DAWSON, A T Q. Botiom Rofw-F. G. BRIDGES, E A Eg R. W. LUTEN, fb K X115 C. VV. CALVERT, 1'I K Ag EMMET1' RUSSELL, A X Ag C. W. Coox, K A. G. A. PURYEAR VERNoN SHARPE . . . . . . . . JAMES E. WARD . Secretary-Treasurer Ace Club OFFICERS . . . . President Vice-President b hi limit of The Ace Club is an interfraternity club of the Sophomore -Class with a mem ers p sixteen. Its purpose is the entertainment of visiting athletic teams during their stay in Nashville. It is self-perpetuating, each member at the end of the school year choosing his successor for the following year. Page tfwo hundred jifty . T' 'A27f""'U7 """ Tflinivfv ' y"""""iF """'e '1'f'f'17'f-E -ffffp---f 'ww VX? -,, on M661 an U!!! pen X , f nz MA. W UMW! ,Q -ff XJ? Q 42 L34 5, ffm 'Q W. .gI:Pi1fi?4f ,,ww.- Rf 4 . ZH' .WE GMM .0 Eff ' VXA- S . f N:.wJ'ff ,,f.2y is , , :W Y-mwg-i,.g. .,. 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President . Vice-President . Secretary A. VV. APPLEGATE JOHN BOYCE D. L. BROOKS L. W. BRANNON C. H. COLES HOYT DOBES J. H. JENNINGS H. L. DONAHOE T. L. LOCKYEAR M. M. TILLMAN D. S. SOLOMAN H. P. SCYPHERS An all-unifversity literary so- ciety lzafving no memlzerslzip lim- it. It functions in eo-operation with the Philosojnlzie Literary So- ciety in a program of debates and oratorieal contests. Its pur- pose is to engage in discussion and debate upon topics of gen- eral interest and to foster foren- sic aeti-vities to the fullest extent. HUEERT T. HOLMAN . NED A. STEWART . ff 14 f f f' -.flee ,. - - , . . ,L 4 . V ,,, 1. , ,MMG -,eefge4,fff.,,. f It 'rffff wr. : - ' I -- 2,vi-f.,f'7'YeJ3,.ef":.'ffm 177512151 I. ff .A ity..-4,3 .D 9-,,,- , , -- ,, .:, -I fegwyg- ,, fa-i. -amy' ...em 1 -- 7.0 A-Q. wtwfe.: ' r 'fu' ,Nfl 211- -, ' -.-We, '. 'fi--. ' ' 7. - .f .' -. 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NEWMAN C. , s 'W-,I:t:3z6e' Y -V -f-ey 0.14, --.J Q? Y I W. .- .4 .3 e:Q,.,,,, 'P 35? fi . if . ::. ' 'W ff. f Society 4 I If ' , f I Q Q' , x j, ' ei! ,gf I .,.,.,,. , , 1 Q eff , 1 1 1 f I' 4' X Z , .fe f I G. + 0. .. -AQ, fy I , 2 , . YQ, . 2 V ! 1' r f 1 J If f ' ' ff' ."C1 -1. A. . l A 'mea . .- . X I . V 1- -2 M I f f R E - , -s' ,w..??f2.f . . , X cj... . . . . . President . . Vice-President . . Secretary . Treasurer M. SCANLON BYRON HILL HORACE HOLMAN HUDERT HOLMAN HUEY JACOBS SHANBLUM STEWART WOOD VVHITE W. L. J. W. E. A. N. A. W. T. G. H. ' -. .,5.g, I ..,x :,- ,ff 3-gf v AT JA- is-iwyif' D':Fix"1g's""'If"q-1 5 c-s"-,,L'ii- I' 9 1 ' F121'-11 . Lfx --ii-,--Q2-A-N-QQ 'UQ .63 fm' EQBILXXX ?f'C, I ig . . 'iff MMOD Nmssii .f'-55111 Aw T Q owes. A XQ' JU! . . . .. - '..f3......- fflim-A .. T avi """" 'J Tw"M:f.f..f'f:f'A'HS-125 -f-x EB A ' E-4-.X.iLEI..E. X.-',r.zzfJ.il "RfT'."J9f37Q5f- ' ' i The body constiiutes the stu- nt - ,nl H ., .V J. .X Q I ' A-.IX ,,,5 ,Q dent executzfue agent of Zhe Y. .'f"'Zff'. ., 91. .L Peifffi - . -I V -U I. I A M. C. A. Its purposes are io de- ll 5 l - 4. -vise programs embraczng such J topics as Bible study, religious XR .. ' 1'Q ' 'I . . ,W-, 5 ,ff .M . N meetings, depufatzon -work, and an ' . fajx fe- f . . . 'sp : . Wil'-ylegim " ' ' - f 25? 11on in co-operaizon -with the -V...-If General Secretary in carrying ' . ff . 'V , I out these programs to ihe best zn- F.. feresls of the sludeni body. ' , ' F-u l? - . ff ' F7 '3 vs fn i - as vs I K5- ' . ...J I 159 gggyx. , . ,... f , wif' -A - .,,. -,F -w:,1f,Ief:nLh-.'w-:w.X2f.i'- -fit f -." '-'fax' - F, A' w- , ,,.,s ,, I ,.,,, ...,, ,,,.,,, . . . ,,,. , ,s.,s . ..,W .. . ., - AJ: " seefzizfvri 'Z:1Z5E1a'Z"'. Q. ,Jw-NLE... -f.L:,,..,.-"-- X 'Q' T019 Row-Baldridge, Stone, Parsons. Bottom Row-Norris, Hutton, Courtney, Davis, Polk. Y. M. C. A. Cabinet OFFICERS W. H. COURTNEY . ...... . President J. W. NORRIS .... . . Recording Secretary T. A. MITCHELL . . Studeni Treasurer W. J. JONES . . M. O. WILLIAMS . I. V. SHANNON . J. DUKE BALDRIDGE JEFF STONE .... KING DAVIS . . G. C. ERWIN . JOHN JOHNSTON . T. A. MITCHELL . J. M. LENGNICK . DAVIDSON . JOHN VV. T. HUTTON . C. L. POLK .... STAFF ACTIVITIES AND CHAIRMEN General Secretary . Associate for Medical School . . Associate for Dental School . Discussion Groups . . Church Relations . . Blue Ridge Conference . . . Personal Evangelism . llfeek-End Camping Conferences Freshman Handbook . . Motion Pictures . . Kissam Hall Reading Room . . . . . . .Boys'IfIforle Boys' Work Deputations WENTWORTH CUNNINGHAM . . . Finance Campaign J. V. WILLIAMS .... . Freshman Cabinet Page tfwo hundred ffty-eight --A I V '2'v':'Qj'5j. ' ' fmwhelwf' fVbf':'fh1'1. Q' ,'iT.'?E' ' ' fi? Q ,yffif A'Tl1'-TF?" 'W -'H iid 525 I .5 ""::'fM,. W5 ,Q in "Riff I O 1 . ' V P ff I 1-V mg, 'D,L.,'. yi ,ML I 9- .ry Q iM,ff"" "N--iyifp --1 ,fly S X1 ff Q. .Img E W. ..... , .A,,, W. .1 , A I- 2 .. N. ,qw Ii. fIIZQZfIij,.Q'l.'f'TTT., 1L.g1"531'5ggi:if'Tii'1ipf4'jiiw lxzfel. lv "W'727:5'9 if AA.aMWAROA.w,E--....R.,..I..w...M.....1e.w.sze:A.Lm.um E...m-Q.AJ.i.4,..E.,4ce..E.2.:i.f,Q.,1,:,..E.,s. 'l i' fln organization composed of four faculty members and ten students, hafving general super- I-vision and direction of the for- ensic actifoiiies in the Unifversity. The Council acls upon all pro- posed debates and oratorical con- tesis before they become a par! of the forensic program of the Unifuersiiy. The 'work of this body during Zhe past year fwas fvery ejfcient. J. E. NORMAN .... W. A. THOMAS . I. W. NORRIS E. C. COCHRAN T. L. LOCKYEAR FRANK HANLEY I i i ., -...c..--- .- ,,,,.--,,LLL, ,,,, . ., ,. ., .,,L.,,-., . , , M1 Top Row-Norris, Cochran, H. E. Holman. Bottom Row-Thomas, Tillman, H. T. Holman, Lockyear. Forensic Council OFFICERS MEMBERS H. E. HOLMAN H. T. HOLMAN J. E. NORMAN . . . ..President . . . . . Vice-President . . Secretary-Manager J. VV. NORRIS W. A. THOMAS M. M. TILLMAN FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATIVE MEB'IBERS DR. THOMAS CARTER PROF. C. S. LAWRENCE PROF. A. M. HARRIS MR. L. B. SMELSER Page Zfwo hundred fifty-nine fi F1 A S "' 'L I " ' 1' ' ,.,., . " ' W" 357 W' '-'.'o2fF" " W . ff, ,ff'..,1,g""NNi3l?g l..kTST?71X:ijL'IOj'1li. 'X U 3 ,xl N I fo rf EQB1 A I I I , I MOD N-if I , XURND .E LT '5' XX 1 In Ll .l...3,...a......w..1gEg?E:.?,.,l....s.ii.2.....l.5,v-.- wwf gy Eve Club A Senior Honor Club con- trolled and oporateaf upon the same general principles as its companion rlub,t!1L' W'ithorsj1oon Club. Dr. Duncan Evo. Sr., Dr. Duncan EQJK: Jr.. and Dr. H. M. Cox are the honorary 1ne1nbor5 of this olub. If fwas originally organizori in honor of Dr. Eve, Sr. Thix club functions in co- operation fwitlz the Unitversity in its program of instruction and in stressing the ethical side of the jzraftice of medicine. OFFICERS HUGH FORSTER .... ..... ..... P r oxidant W. A. GARRATT .... ..... V ice-President H. AMOS GROSS . . . Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS PAUL BAILEY THOMAS F. BOOTH W. W. CHRISMAN GEORGE D. BOONE A. D. BUTTERWORTH M. W. DODSON H. M. FOSTER H. AMOS GROSS THOMAS GIBSON JOE TRAVNICEK REYFORD WILSON W. E. VAN ORDER Page two hundred sixty 5 I3 li nfs . fwsrmw-"W'WW""7f7'-'wwfr-wwe ,sv swwemfww-vm-W.WMMWM W-A-Aff.,-WNW m-...W--We-. ,,.,...,...W......,,,. - -M jf: , 7 A 5, ,L f. J Q,.- ,,f',.f'? R '52 ,.,r ,e ff rv wr: A-A, f ff f A f ".:'Wff4 S ,.,, , e-me-5 W ,WM M., g.g.,,.f f...,,x 3 in.--Af id A 5, , ,,,., ,Ka -- ,V 1 , ,, Bw , ,7 f..,f, . 9,1 S 0. -A ., C, .. V, k - x".' R a ' J - , E wr, R s wx-'f., fx L, - ' . , . 1 pg-. ..... , "'f 'ii V '-"- L IVIFY7 C A Senior Honor Club, mem- bers being selected for the suc- ceeding year from the ranks of lhe Junior Class. Dr. John fl. llfitherspoon and Dr. Jack hlfith- erspoon are the llwo honorary members of Ihe club, it hafving been founded originally in honor of Dr. John ef. IVilhers1Joon. The purpose of this club is to in- still into ils members by practice and hy example lhe higher prin- ciples of the practice of medi- cine and to co-operaie with the Unifversity in carrying out ils program. IE. H. CROSS ..... W. W. HUBBARD . H. M. WALKER . R. H. BELL C. H. BROWN RODGER BURRUS SAUNDBRS MURRAY R. M. SLOAN Page lfwo hundred sixty-one Witherspoon Club President OFFICERS . . . . . . Secretary-Treasurer . . Commodore Represeniatifue MEMBERS F. E. COUNCIL I. P. GILL W. R. CRAIG W. W. HUBBARD E. H. CROSS E. G. KBLLBY H. H. TAYLOR R. F. THOMPSON H. M. WALKER I I . -JW JA I I YI, I- D -WH I.: -- - ,,,,. Pj... Wi..- .,k. ,- af' XA. O -wi A f 1 Mix: R -1 Sf ' 5 '2 'f-Q - H 1. . .,.. ' f RSS. ,..tI,,p.l? ,."u.f::EWI V Y ' V, I i ,,.. iQgD::S.4.., ., ...,,....f f' ag.Lp...g,,.'.,....,.-S . .Q ..', 1 Top Row-Rowan, Vvheeler, Gee, Sadoff, Lawson, Betty, Core. Bottom Row-Silver, Johns, Cochran, Holman, FaI'ra.r, Gwinner, Holt, Young, Battenslag. J. M. FARRAR . . . Robert H. McNeii1y Student Chapter QAmerican Society of Civil Engineersj HARRY GWINNER . FRED BATTENSLAG NEIL CARGILE ROBERT COCHRAN ROBERT CORE J. M. FARRAR SMITH H. GBE HARRY GWINNER ALBERT HOLMAN HORACE HOLMAN THOMAS HOLT FRAN-K JOHNS WM. LAWSON HUNTER PERRY HAL HUDDLESTON BERNARD SADOFF HARRY SANDERS ISIDORE SILVER MARKET 'WHEELER AUBREY YOUNG BERNARD BETTY E. W. BLOODWORTH . . . .President . Secretary Page tfwo hundred sixty-tfwo fi jx WW- ' ' "?"'P 'Wrmfc? fW"" 'ff:'N71'32we 5 e E33 'E 05?3Af555"""r FJ? -,,A , iQf'1?f'f-,ti ,,.i.:i.i.-,ffm-we.T3 HDEKBglLT b"-- AV': 4 W"' 0mMQD0'W1,...,:2f W ef. v"1f 1.-wfg'?2,e1:mM 1-J Mft ef'-I 2' -1 - 2 I . 'Q N, 4-:vt S -awww A,. if - .1 l 5A ' 4 f .is "- ,,1.' 1 52:3 iQf.:1,p..:L,7:,:.':.,, Vi 4 V ff ta is 4. ff! X 5 .W up we gf we . Q Y? .5 U if X leg., D td e is ,,.,...,, - 5 " 19 -' sn." my : twgzg ,,,.. A I ' " "" 1 wi? W2 W fx 932 13 C f ,t.. 2 :psy ,iag1i51t':- ..,, - ai ' i ' . - S HONOR COUNCIL Top Row-J. T. Davis, Laird Smith, Scribeg Everett Gibson, Chairman. Bottom Row-Reber Boult, Clerkg Richard Griffin, A. Frank Johns. Not in Picture-Robert Sims. The likeness accompanying this print is that of the amiable and beloved C. M. Sarratt, Dean of Men. He may be found daily in his ofiice in the Chan- cellors' annex throughout the school year, acting alternately as God-father and wet-nurse to the Fra- ternities and organizations on the campus. His is a hard position, yet he fills it admirably. He is a Welcome Hgure in any student group and will con- tinue to be as long as he is connected with the University. More power to the Dean. DEAN C. M. SARRATT Page tfwo hundred sixty-three DH-Q., ,A q.A,,A,, fi, A -fx ea-.- W2 ,,....2-2ag ,, at.- . .A at va. i -it "'v 'Q C ii I ,ii V QA i 5 l. " + '-h' . , 1 if if' W '51 . 1 5 ,ggi 4 is ' 'I ' X , --1- ' J' "" " " 'K "N" ':"' 'fqiff' 'ks" 'TK i"tSQf?'f ,,,, . .,,,..,.,,, W... .. 'Q' . ,.,.,,.iXF54' 3 I-446, V 5 N Yr-ki -L--I k-lgwggmg-NW,-,M X' ,..,,,.,i ,.,,- nsrssa n.L, ..gg2...s,... f pa..?...5..2u..:e2....:s1.,,5. .IJ Debating Teams, 1924-Q5 The debating season of 1924-25 was an unusual one in many respects. Under the leadership and direction of I. W. Norris, debate manager, and Marion M. Tillman, president of the Forensic Council, a strong program was arranged. Intercollegiate debates were held with the University of Cincinnati, VVashington University, University of the South, and University of Tennessee. The team sent to Cincinnati, composed of I. Edward Norman, of Nashville, and Marion M. Tillman, of Greenfield, Tenn., took the negative side of the question, "Resolved, That the Japanese Exclusion Act Was Unjustitiablef' and won the verdict. Hubert Holman, of Fayetteville, Tenn.. and A. D. Stevens, of Magnolia, Ark., met the Washington University team at Vanderbilt on the aflirmative side of the same question, losing the verdict. II. C. Cochran, of Nashville, and G. H. Golden, of El Paso, Texas, met the University of the South at Vanderbilt on the afiirmative side of the subject, "Resolved, That the Proposed Twentieth CChilcl Laborb Amendment to the -Constitution of the United States Should Be Adopted," and lost the decision. Arthur West, of Texas, and A. P. Ottarson, of Nashville, won from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville on the negative side of the same question. J. YV. Norris and "judge" White represented Vanderbilt in the Oxford plan debates with Sewanee, Norris having the aliirmative and White the negative side of the question, "Resolved, That the Cabinet Form of Government is Preferable to the Presidential Form." I. Edward Norman won the Frank K. Houston prize and the Founder's medal in oratory with a "Plea for the German People." Herbert Nace won the Tennessee' oratorical contest with iiMUYdCf6IS of Men." An important phase of the year's activities was the extension debates. These were held with the University of Tennessee, Sewanee, Union, and University of Alabama. These debates have served the double purpose of stimulating interest in forensics and of acquainting the people with public problems. The national secretary-treasurer of the Tau Kappa Alpha Forensic Frater- nity is authority for the statement that only one school in the nation is carrying on a better balanced program of forensics than Vanderbilt. Much credit for this is due to the vision and administration of Dr. A. M. Harris, faculty aclviserg Alf Taylor, debate manager, 1922-23, 1923-24, and I. W. Norris, debate manager, I924.-25, 1925-26. All in all, 1924-25 was a successful year, one of which Vanderbilt may be proud. Page Zfwo hunrlrerl szxly OHV L . ., , i ...fl F1 A . L.. F,-M A-.aeamargi-me .. V ,,.. ..,,. . .02 ,May ,...?:,..,,MyI,:.-.,f.T- E ,Tanya-Z ...aw-J.-Q X filflyyj ---3:22. A Env..-..5..,,..,.mQ--,77:,.,..,.....,..,,.sI 33,9 ,x,.f?,, 5173, g 'ffal i?'fiVii'1 it'fJ,2J,,a , 5 I -we M Q-' e -.. -4 ,.A, J nm- -an-1 - vi 2 ,, ' -' g 22,475 .,,. . ..,, - ,,,,, ., .,,,. ,vp z 3 R f. ,N-xx, if , s al--TZ" a.4L...f,i1.':eEe1'.1Q iilf I I lj A .. I .. 1 Q ' E it ' A A ' A H C s.,,-,-- L w,-,N-' '.55f1,ff::.:1 1 my-f . Q if I 0' mf ' Bachelor of Ugliness I Five years ago when Gil Reese made his de- but on Vanderbilt campus there was no noticeable demonstration. He was just another Freshman. It was not until one October afternoon out on Curry Field when a sandy-haired chap from Mississippi ran wild through the varsity football team that the campus, and later the entire South, awakened to the realization of the fact that some- one had "arrived." From that day until his graduation Gil's career was a succession of triumps. He was a member of the football, basketball, and baseball teams, and in his last year captained them all. His abilities were not limited to athletics for he was outstanding in all lines of campus activities. The "Tupelo Flash" gained his nickname from the little town of Tupelo, Mississippi, where we . GIL REESE hear Gil is something akin to a national hero, and it has always been a thing of shame to resi- dents of Tupelo to explain why Gil came to Vanderbilt instead of Ole Miss or A. and M. For this departed son of Vanderbilt, who has ever striven for her honor, the students and alumni have a loving memory and sincere respect and admiration. The degree of Bachelor of Ugliness, devised by Professor William H. Dodd in 1885, is con- ferred annuallylby the Vanderbilt students on their most popular member. ' Year Name A ddress Year Name A ddrexr 1885-T. P. BRANCH . . . . Rockwood 1905-E. B. TUCKER . . Smyrna u 1886--B. G. VVALLER . . Morganfield, Ky. 1906-E. I. HAMILTON . Harrison F1887-A. E. CLEMENT . . . Humboldt 1907-A. M. SOUBY . . Nashville X1887-R. E. CROCKETI' . . Union City 1908-R. E. BLAKE .,... Nashville I888'FRANK TAYLOR . . Austin, Tex. Trgog-N. T. DOWLING . . Ozark, Ala. 1889-JEFF MCCARN . . . Nashville 1910-BRUCE MCGEHEE Evergreen, Ala. 1890-V. S. ROENBOROUGH . . Memphis 191 I-JOHN W. BULL .... Elkton, Ky. 1891-H. E. BEMIS . . , . . Jefferson, Tex. 1912-J. RAY MORRISON . McKenzie 1892-J. A. ROBINS . . Guntown, Miss. I9T31BRUCE VVADE . . Trenton 1893-R. VV. CLAWSON . . Mt. Pleasant 1914-ENDCH BROWN . . . Franklin 18y4.-W. W. CRAIG .... Friendship 1915-TOM BROWN . . . . Gallatin 1895-W. R. HENDRIX . . Union City 1916-I. R. CURRY .. . . Marlin, Tex. 1896-H. N. PHARR . . . Berwick, La. IQI7-POPE SHANNON . . Franklin 1897-MYLES OYCONNER . Leiper's Fork 1918-AMMIE SIKES . . . . Franklin I898-PHIL 'CONNEL . . . . Nashville I9I9-C. R. RICHARDSON . . Athens, Ala. 1899-S. V. GARDNER . . . Memphis 1920-MANNING BROWN Hopkinsville, Ky. r9oo-W. A. .WHITE . . . Anniston, Ala. 1921-G. H. BERRYI-IIL'L . . . McKenzie 19o1-F. S. PALMER . . Waynesboro, Ga. I922-FRANK K. NEILL . . Wylan, Ala. 1902-J. E. EDGERTON .... Columbia 1923-JESS NEELY ...... Smyrna 1903-B. F. CARR ..... Fulton, Ky. M1924-W. B. ROUNTREE . . Hartselle, Ala. I904.-BEN CLARY ..... Bell Buckle 551924.-J. B. RICHARDSON . . . Nashville 1925-D. A. REESE . . . Tupelo, Miss. iGTie vote. TElected, but resigned. Page tfwo huzzdrerl sixty-fifve ,..., Blue Pencil Club A Freshvnan-Sophomore liter- ary club hafvirzg no membership limit. Nefw members are selected during the second term from the Freshman Class. Preliminary try- outs are held, at 'which each can- didate reads an original manu- script. From the best of these the members are selected. The pur- pose of the club is to study con- temporary authors in prose and poetry, and also produce compo- sitions for criticism from the club as a I-whole. OFFICERS ROBERT HUNT . ...... . President EDWARD BRITTAIN . ...... . . Vice-President GILBERT ROWE . . Secretary and Treasurer FRANCIS BASS . . Sergeant-at-Arms MERIBERS FRANCIS BAss CLEANTH BROOKS LEON GROSS EDWARD BRITTAIN ROBERT EWING ROBERT HUNT LOUIS MARKS EMMETT RUSSELL GILBERT ROWE VIVIAN RUTHEREORD FRANK SLEMMONS GLEN STANFIELD RYAN TAYLOR BENTON WELBORN PHILIP WINSTON M W' 5 'p A E? g , , A Q', , '1'- 'CO A A .V" QI ' -' A- "ff I f,fi gd 1111 IHC lnagxiqggnl III! III! lg III El 04 :Hx 1111 111 111 1111 Im IO WNW Top Row-Trice, E. Webb, D. Smith, Neel, Weise, E. .J'aI're1I. Second Row-J. Nimmo, Tanksley, Crockett, Battle, McKee. Bottom Row-Sugg, Bates, Davis, Allison, M. Chadwick, Smithson. Girls' Student Council OFFICERS ROBBIE ALLISON . . ..... ..... P resident DOLLIE SMITH . . . . Vice-President JESSIE NIMMO . . . . . Secretary MARY WEISE . .... . Treasurer MEMBERS ROBBIE ALLISON MARTHA CROCKETT FRANCES NEEL CORINNE TANKSLEY MARY BATES ELIZABETH DAVIS JESSIE NIMMO ANN TRICE ANN E. BATTLE LUCY GRASTY DOLLIE SMITH EXINE WEBB MARGARET CHADWICK EVELYN JARRELL Page tfwo hundred sixty-seven FRANCES MCKEE HARRIET SMITH SUSIE SUGG SON MARY WEISE , I E. ,Ili A AL., M aj! VL .E :L riff! V P5 Q .Y,. f X'--59,2 ?fffvf"VElMBi:Ti N TTB? ' -"5 'ZW 'L' X46 T-FK-' f, ,-.' V ..'. I -rn H Q Tire ff" "" 'V G' WW' ,713 , ii?-NDERBILF . ,, , , '.-k I ., ,- " 'M' "' ..r,f.w, ,..,. I . , ,..X I .V,,,,,l-.....-,..L ,,..,.. AIE.I.....4E.-..4g.,a..QIg E....J..:,,g4....WE,..L,..g-,N:,. ...4L,..,EE-.:.aE..t,.,.,..,.Q,,. .Y., Lx...A...Rq Top ROW-Matison, Kirk, Niles, Hardy, Brown. Center-Simon, Treanor. Bottom Row-Evans, McLean, Johnson, Wilsoll, Burr. Co-Editors A Freshman-Sophomore Literary Club 'ATO know the best that has been said and thought in the worldn BESSIE BROWN . . HAZEL SIMON .... CARREMAYE EVANS . . MATILDA TREANOR MARY ROBERTS ALLEN BESSIE BROWN RUTHBRICHMOND BURR CARREMAYB EVANS OFFICERS MEMBERS MAY PEARL HARDY REBECCA JOHNSON DOROTHY KICK ELIZABETH MCLANE DOVIE MATISON . . . . President . Vice-President . . . Secretary Treasurer ELIZABETH NILES HAZEL SIMON MATILDA TREANOR MARY ELIYABETH WILSON Page tfwo hundred sixiy-eight SML M55 ERE, KXZIQEMZ---Wim-' ln Yi, 'AIX-l ,1.3-15735,-fi,?Nl4312"fKg,.-5 fl .'i.N,,,L ,,,. maj 'js fl 'WN ,ff , W' "K 1- IW rv pw. "TT i 4 :EQ ' xt X A os' 2 f' Xrifmjf' 5 BNDERBI LT V559 22. '-sf: Ii '-A A' I i 512 i A f'C,Olvxl lo'-DOIQ .Y ' Q. ZR-71..,.,.,1'i iwzfcf' DMM 'J l. N I "lie, -5 lx V' f E X 6: ,,,. , -K., lf. 'Ni".1.1' X , ,, uv... , .MW A. L.,, Rfb. ,. ...., . ,.., . .1 in NN'5Q'l'i W 'whiff V ssvfwrffffsexme, Rm If-.IQ-'fmff I " AW 'Q I - R ., ,E an Top Row-D. Smith, Hopkins, E. Jarrell, McKeand. Second Row-E, Vkfillizrms, Greer, S. Smith, C. Craig, Bates. Bottom Row-Crockett, Slemmons, I. Williains, J. Powell. Three Arts Club Composed of girls with love for music, art and literature, eligibility based SARA CATRON SMITH . MARY BATES . . DOLLIE SMITH MARY BATES CATHERINE CRAIG MARTHA CROCKETT MARY HOPKINS Page tr-wo hundred sixty-nine on eiliciency in one or a OFFICERS ll . .... President . . . . . . Vice-President . Seeretary and Treasurer MEBQBERS EVELYN IARRELL MARGARET MCGANN JEAN MCKEAND JULIA POWELL EUNICE SLEMMONS DOLLIE SMITH SARA CATRON SMITH ELIZABETH VVILLIAMS IRENE WILLIAMS A A , ' ff-P ---Erwin iff. ., 1 Axqjiiv we -713:25 E 2 ,. gffrf' I I I -N1 IKE gg:-1 .. I I Q I Moo .-1155 5?f'f..J1 ' ,, . . I, A, A A N I A'A' . ' ' -fw- '1 ' ' so or Q- Q ALLEQ,Lg:,:,g,gg,:..1fg7:1g,f,a:.'tg "'?..'Lf..3 1.4.0 'f-...g:, L.,.1g,1,:...:..iZ ..x'A -gs It -ua. x 41 V ' , Top Row-E. Jarrell, F. Bcasly, E. XVil1s, Everett. Second Row-Davis, McKee, Trice, Provine. Bottom Row-Crockett, Smith, Knight. Bachelor MHIACS An honor club composed of the most representative girls in the Junior and Senior Classes OFFICERS ANNE TRICE ..... . . Misinfsse cle: Affairs ELIZABETH WILLS . . . .... Mistresse de Fele MARTHA CROCKETT . , . . . . Jwistresse de Finance MEMBERS I FRANCES BEASLEY MARTHA CROCKEIT ELIZABETH DAVIS MALEITA EVERETT EVELYN JARRELL DOROTHY KNIGHT CAROLINE LITTLE FRANCES MCKEE CHRISTINE PROVINE SARA CATRON SMITH ANNE TRICE ELIZABETH WILLS Page ifwo hundred sefvenzy .rw "E ' '-'E' 322 -4 , x, Q., I T F' 'iff' "'A""7'4.f""H?f"'4"f :gpg " .ffffr2 'E -A-'-W--T' :S o,M,.fb.JHM-N4L2'f6f , f f wiwik-1215 if of ffrvf- 2 ..4r'1,,,,tE,,M,, vi '52 fb 5 2 M ,ww ,,, MEA, 1, ., A, L px, gf ,HM , C, 1 EM""Aoi3V.r'M 'L NNW? ,fx QL ,J ,ZW :gf 'vfig2,,k 2 14 Af:5"'? Q 'Nwv"54ififb , I NU 7' ,f , C0 A DO NAEQRVEQ xl Ag-sm gf ,fg gf-,-.IQ 43.7 5,1 F, , E A Gf3KN,Jfr'9' E' " W ' - mg.-,Em R'fAR,A,m 4-,E 9.1 .E 7, f 1.355 ir 1,1 . Top Row-McLean, Brown, Burr, Neel. Second RoW4Tanksley, Dickey, L. Craig, Ledbetter. Bottom Row-J. Beasley, Kirk, Baugh, V. Smith. Lotus Eaters An honor club composed of the most representative girls LOUISE CRAIG .... FRANCES BAUGI-I . . RUTH RICHMON FRANCES BAUGH JANE BEASLEY RUTH RICHMOND BURR BESSIE BROWN Page t-wo hundred sefueniy-one IJ BURR of the Sophomore Class "Let us alone" OFFICERS MEMBERS LOUISE CRAIG MARX' DICREY DOROTHY KIRK GEORGIA LEDBETTER . . . . . . . President . Secretary- Treasurer So cial Chairman ELIZABETH MCLANE FRANCES NEEL VALLIE SMITH CORINNE TANKSLEY' I -HM -..vm EpE0.-.EEfA. EW, Lp,,A,.m,.-L .N -I gi 4 rjlvi, I Xm,- , EI HJ M 1 X , - . X 1 lk- WW k,lv ll U WIA :+L .xv 1 Q R . .. :L gig rj. , ' 'S ' " xii? 'S 14.4 Lxgimg., LL'1 X In ' .k j' Top ROW-Hopkins, Willston, McKee, COX. Second Row-I. XVi1Iiams, Provine, Black, Briggs, Parson. Bottom Row-S. Chadwick, E. Jarrell, WVi11s, Harris, Trice. ELIZABETH WILLS . . IRENE WILLIAMS . ALICE PARSONS NELA BLACK ALICE BRIGGS SHELBY CI-IADWICK SARAH COX ELIZABETH HARRIS SCI'ibb1C1'S CChi Delta Phil A Junior-Senior Literary Club OFFICERS MEMBERS HELEN HOPKINS EVELYN IARREL CAROLINE LITTLE FRANCES MCKEE ALICE PARSONS RUTH PEOPLES . . . . President . . . . Vice-Prwident Secrcta1'y-Treamrer CHRISTINE PROVINE ANNE TRICE NORMA DIX WINSTON IRENE WILLIAMS ELIZABETH WILLS Page is-wo hundred swcniy--Iwo 1 -'X f I 2 Q fx I-1.-fy f '1-rif:-CW'13-T"-Dr I-I fTNjfQM'f'ZTf f S1'AT"':wTf I., "2 4' YA ,QL Y- wgwm .iiiyfrs 3 g fxx., ftgf,-gfgg.,. .J XQYL-f.,::, g gh m5,,,,WNN ,Ai 67 55 gf! .1 5. ,,,....w -NC-aw . I , M f I, S .-7, If . 1,4 .I , 1 WX: ., ...A gn ,RWM QB, 2 .I .- in I ff f MOD 'KM ' 0 'f I - x ff. .' ',z- . . , . 5 I "Q p ff' fx .1. Im R . I ,f Q SI., Hg? P MA I if WW-If? I- W - Q I I 2 I. C, K E xl . A I ,I ,- ,3QgM,w ' ii 5 fi 2.5.5, ,,,A. .2,...,,, 1,,.,.,II 1,1 . .L I .,., H. - w..,WV?f3.I3, ig .L-A W -. 25513, 1. -- .my , .4 Z we I 4 5 4 5, S . 2 Af W ,Eg , ,fx ' . 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FLEMING MISS NELLIE RDCHE DEAN ADA BELL STAPLETDN Page lfwo hundred sefveniy-three , , A ,lvl , fx, -,..,,. , -H, F Tv-n--- ,.,b :ff-f-TN.-an-W, .rf fi fydiiufil-'fixjffii- ,, lf -. if aid Ai? ci iii? ' freawexr i itit O 1 ,asv LT - it ta Q XXI , V' i ' A .fA' fe"trffi"i4f5 5 ,16 2 "" " Q' .-. :tg 'ir "" :LLLle'TWQ:Q:Qf4.ag,g,ex,:ffQ'",1x5pe:3:.q ,:., Q HONOR COUNCIL Top Row-D. Smith, F. McKee, Smithson. Bottom Row-Sugg, Battle. Dean Ada Bell Stapleton came to Vanderbilt in the fall of 1925. She im- mediately inaugurated new systems and customs, and began to regulate the fe- male element of Vanderbilt with rare skill. With a rare combination of per- sonal eharm and ability, she has already made her presence felt on the campus. lVIay her Work continue to prosper. DEAN STAPLETON Page ifwo hundred seventy-four . .. ,4 , ,., ..V.. 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Assorzaze Aft Edgior RAY S. GIBSON . . Associate Buszness Mgr. CHARLES C. BROWN .... Alhletzc Edztor CONTRIBUTORS ' WENTWORTH CONNINGHAM OVERTON VVILLIAIvIs MARION SIMON PHILLIP WINSTON Page lfwo hundred sefventy-Jffve ln! 7 ,, R, 5' fX,.j,f4w --I1-,AYAIV---7.. ---af? is Mr f A 2:71 VV H " ff. in 'lg 1 L LL. X' 4 35 X ff' 'N'f3.e" p..vX9ERB"-7' Nb -T-fl l" , 4 1 Xl f , 9 Lg, ..' 1 --qzi.,cag,,1g..,igaii,f.iietiiif XA' ' 'A' "' Y' "X ' " cf 'if-f' ,1 ,'-- Masquerader Staff Thi' mefnbers of ihe Mas- querader Staff 4-work under the sujnerfvision of the Ediior in com- piling and in fwriiing up mate- rial which is Io appear in each issue. The stag? is difvided into iz number of departments which handle .holh the business and edi- torial fworle. The Faculty Pub- lication Board works in co-op- eralion fwiih the staff in super- fuising the publication of the magazine. OFFICERS HERBEM Anmsnzorsc Editor-inChief VVALLACE MATHIS . . Assistant Business Mgr. 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I . ,, ,. -.... f,...,1 ,,,.s ' K "I: bimfl,-4 .. r 3:71-XJ, 1 :z 1 1 V , qvix .s I ..-J ,,, .M .Q,r I5 - ......W....!nZm,M, R.-. av.. ,,....t. ., at . 't,,X ,,,AM ,. ,A,,A I ,m,, ' . f",' fi Lani, Q x,.. Maf,M..s.. ,.X, ,f..,,s,.R -f,h, -f ff'- -M.. :,.,e. :,,,5gg.:,L.,- M ,V 5... ,I .Li ,.w , ,l K3 . . , .f A , f,,,, , M .,. ,M ...Mm , fa i1:.,.J.:.,.1g ,..' an ' ' ..... ,Q Z,-3-x.Q,LIw H fly, -,Li flf.'.., 3 ' ' 1151.1 ,XL . .2 The Faculty Speaks THROUGH I. BUMPEMOFF ITM famous Russian Newspaper Houndj MR. COKER! ' "I, er, teach History and, er, Political, er, Science. I, er, teach it, er, well, too, but, er, I'm, er, a young man, and, er, must have my, er, fun. I, er, know all the er, co-eds like, er, pretty red hair, and, er, I try to, er, give them a, er, treat whenever I, er, can. I, er, don't miss a dance and you, er, ought to, er, see me on a date. throw a hot line, but, er, I don't, er, understand why, er, it, er, doesn't always get, over big. Some people say it's, er, because I'm, er, too big a horse, but, er, I and, the rest of the, er, Pi K. A.'s know, er, that's not, er, the reason. Er, please, er, do go yet, er, I'd, er, like to tell, er, you some, er, more, er, about, er, myself." DR. IRBY HUDSON: I er, er, n't "So you want to interview me for the Commodore, do you? Yes, the Political Science Department is the best in the University, and I think that the head of it should have his salary raised a lot. Right now he gets about what my father got out of his legacy. You know, he had eight brothers, and when his old man died, he left definite amounts to each of the other seven, and left the balance to my father. It turned out that what the estate was worth and what the old gent had doled out balanced evenly. Well, the rest of the faculty get everything but the balance, and I get that. Sure, I know that my classes have textbooks, but I know more than the birds that wrote them, so why follow the books? By the way, you might say that I teach my courses the way I want to, and that I take orders and suggestions from Dean Fleming and the Chancellor only. I-etc., ad infinitumf' MR. FRANCIS XAVIAR TOBAR! "I am verry glad to see you, Mr. Bumpemoff. Eet geeves me g-reat p-leasure to be a-ble to tell the nice boys and gir-rls of Van-derbil-lt about my-self. They ar-re so p-layful with me sometimes. The boys rub mub shinye head and make fun of me, but I can-not help eet. They ar-re so beeg I haf to geef them good gr-rades anyway. And the co-eds theenk I am what you call an old 'rake,' be-causse I haf an apar-rt- ment at the hotel. I eenvited one of them to dinner-r weeth me one day, and she told me that she was afr-raid. Ah-h, I deed not know I was such a brute!" DR. CURRY: "Well-l, M1'. Bumpemoff, you want me to tell you something about myself. Very well, I shall. Perhaps you have noticed that I carry a cane. Some people make fun of it, but you know that I teach an English course, and very few Englishmen of dis- tinction go without their canes anywhere. That lends atmosphere to my teachings, also. You want to know what my life's ambition is? Very well, Mr. Bumpemoff. I have always admired a villain, and sometimes I feel that I would like to be one. Next to being a villain, I should prefer to be a maidenly aesthetic dancer. I once mentioned that to one of my classes, and they laughed so that I fear I am doomed to disappoint- ment. I fear I am not built properly for the fulfillment of my ambitionf' Page Ziwo hundred eighty-one F1 A -. Q in .fffiiiifi " f ?'fZQ.gf ,,n.. .fi 'fiiyfwz L1 gli r-,xffs . I IiZ,.2N.7Jf:, v KA, 4. Q k.:,! it I h If-.Al EWfW,,,....- N--iN,2EEKy- INA 1150331 stes es . l H Raft.. .,... fi L ..:: l DR. GWSLEX't "Yes, Mr. Bumpemoff, I'm a history professor of some distinction. I've written quite a few books, and one of my latest has been very well received. But, confidentially, I'll tell you that History is not the main interest of my life. You know, I taught at summer School at the University of Alabama last summer. Don't they have some beautiful co-eds there ?" DR. Enwnv MIMS: "Mr, Bumpemoff, you got here just too late to see that marvelous sunset tonight. It was beautiful beyond description. Any man who could gaze upon such handiwork and then deny the existence of a Supreme Being has no mind, as well as no soul. There is God and Immortality in nature everywhere. No, Mr. Bumpemoff, I am not going to shave off my goatee merely because it is the fashion to be cleanshaven. I think it lends distinction to my appearance, and it is individualistic. I follow in this the doc- trine laid down in Ulysses: 'Come, my friends, 'tis not too late to seek a newer world.' " MR. BILL BANDY: "Yes, Mr. Bumpemoff, I spent last year in France. Really it has helped me to learn French wonderfully. ,And I have acquired quite a few continental manners that help me to get along better than the rest of these Nashvillians and Vanderbiltites. How do you like my new suit? Quite English, n'est-ce pas ?" PROFESSOR MCCLURE: "Well, well, Mr. Bumpemoff, so you want an interview with me. Certainly, I love to talk about myself as well as any of the rest of the faculty bullshooters. No, you're not interrupting my bath. I'm just undressed partially because that soft collar I bought has gotten stiff, and I've only worn it three weeks. I bathe on the twenty- ninth of every month. The reason I picked out the twenty-ninth is because it comes in February only once every four years. Why do the pupils call me Filthy McNasty? I'm sure I couldn't tell you, Mr. Bumpemoff. You see, I pay no attention to such things, as my great interest in life is astronomy. You will have to excuse me now, as I have Six more students to bust tonight before I can goto bed." DR. BURCHER: "How are you, lVIr. Bumpemoff? Yes, I'm perfectly willing to give you a little interview, but I must warn you that I will tolerate no interruptions or leading ques- tions. You know, it is my custom to do things in my own way, and I am not in the least inclined to change mine for anyone else'S. I firmly believe that I know every- thing, concerning Chemistry as well as everything else, So why should I pay attention to others. No, I am not dogmatic, merely convinced that I am infallible. "Now for the interview: I believe that Vanderbilt is a great University Cperiodj. I believe that Vanderbilt is a great University Cperiodl. Did you get that? If you did not I shall repeat it more slowly. The Chemistry department, Ccommaj of which I am a member, Ccommaj. The Chemistry department, Qcommaj of which I am a member, Ccommaj ..... etc., ad infinitumf' DR. DANIELS! "Yes, this is Dr. John Dynamo Daniels. By the way, do you know how I got that name? I invented a dynamo, and some people say I always talk about it. I wonder Page tfwo hundred eighty zfwo tl fx A O .,,-J, ,way , if, -, 07. ' p r--f - -:fy rv. 5? Z - W A , ,, Y . V .pda JJ, A - rsgrj- ta 3.1, .v .aj . casa? or 205' 3 LT .9 2+ 'ZHQQEII 1 ,jr , Y H' Q ji 2,1 Q l Q Eg . .f,. if that dynamo is still running the lights on this campus. I hope it is. You didn t know I was an inventor? Why I discovered the burning power of the X-Ray, when I burnt the hair off Dr. Dudley's head one night. No, I didn't burn the hair off the Chancellor's head, too. I must have my little joke, ha, ha. Oh, please don't go!" DR. BRECKINRIDGE: "Why how do you do, Mr. Bumpemoff. You met me just an hour too late, for you missed my lecture to the freshman chemistry class on how the government won the war. You see, I was head of the powder plant. That is an extremely hard job and none but a capable man could handle it. I shall have one of the freshmen dupli cate one of the operations during the open house. You must come. It is entertaining as well as educational. Now let me explain that responsible position I held with the government. No, Mr. Bumpemoff, I was not as heavy then as I am now. When was the last time I saw my feet without using a periscope? Outrageous, get out of here!" Phi Delta Theta Fafuoriie Haunlrf The tea house and the kennel. Fafvorite Odor: Jasmine and Four Roses Campus Represefltalifve: 'fWhale" Webb. Chief Hdfvantage: Our credit. Our chief claim to fame is Marc Collier and Harvey. Harvey is best known to the fellows, for he's a Wildcat. And Collier is a bear on the campus. We boast of a good chance for the swimming captaincy, if we politic well, and they do say we have a good hold on the scholarship cup, from the bottom. Though it has been reported that the S. A. Efs have cut us out with the debu tantes-that is-those two that the other clubs didn't want-we still feel our social ascendancy. It's like a stomach-ache sometimes when we try to get a date. Bro. Laird Smith presents our best front-he shows to best advantage talking in front of the pharmacy. Join us and our club plan at the Pharmacy and Bauman's. Sigma Nu Founded by Ed Pain in the A. O. T.'s back yard, on the day of B. U. tt Rountree's nativity Fafvorite Odor: Any vile stench. Preferred Type: Smith Bros. VVe got exclusive this year and took only four men. They didnyt know any better Climber Yates set a new record in going up the society rope. But when he got to the top the damn thing broke. There's nothing very good about us, so we won't waste any more space. Oh, yes, one more word about Bro. Yates-his fall broke his heart, as is testified by the soul-rending notes of his saxophone. Phi Kappa Sigma Founded, found, or what have you? Fafvorite Odor: The morning after the night before. We want to start off by' denying everything and everybody. Shevnin has not had a haircut, and that's not all. I-Iaun's first name is Cale, not Kale, and it's becausefhis fond parents christened him Caleb, and not because he's on the Commodore staff, and therefore loves the Kale. Page 1-wo hundred eightyflhree In 1101313111 ALLISON 4 Aon '1 HELEN Ross ' '-f-'2- JEAN MQKEAND 1' A A A . ,H JIM ff f aw ' ,A F :N ,Axxxv -- "wrP5i?j?W 436' J . X in j Q9 I A E, X 4 A 5 f 3 X 1 -'xA.44Q i7 6 K 2 Nj A H , X 4 X ,, T X 24 L " I f : A 1 f 1 xl X nl R, U 9 X '1 ' W X J X K 1' nl E 'E--1' Q4 I '15 ' ' S. N ., t EUZABETH ' 5 - an X" 4, if I V wi - Q , NDAAKE' A uf 1 . G A 6-if ELIZABETH HARRIS ' 4 'I K.A.e V froifig - mv W ' ,1,,1,fb0 1 JZ ,I . ' 111191 111' Q Q 0 ' K fiig o 'Q ph 8 ff 7 g4uif'o,':fn If 5 , QF - GX1 -if?-Sw, . 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Our exclusive grill room, Jesse James, head waiter, has the other frats gasping, though they contend that it is on account of the odor emanating. Since Bros. Gardner and Johnson have left the fold we are no longer able to good time everyone as we did of yore, but what we lost in good spirits we saved in house repair. Sigma Chi Founded: In the Lost and Found Columns of the Nashville Banner by Ralph McGill, who, by the way, is the driver of this hack. Fafvorile Odor: Moist eorks. Preferred Types: St. Louis shoe magnates and Mississippi planters. VVe are managing to pledge enough men to take care of the repairs on our new house, which are usually necessary after our exclusive little Saturday night parties. Our dear Bro. Baker has come and gone-now we are lacking in social lights. VVe love our neighbors exceedingly, and have no trouble except a little dispute with the Phi Phis over the ownership of some glassware in the back yard. Come on, freshmen, and get a ride in the "big black motor" of "Abe" Morris, the famous junk shop dealer and fertilizer factory magnate. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Founded: Perhaps. Fa-'vorite Odor: Faint perfume. Fafvorile Occupaliorz: Making room for others. We are thinking of becoming big landholders in Nashville. Wert and Mac just must have a place to exercise their lungs, and the children must have plenty of room to play. A new nursery for budding flowers fwall varietyi will soon be built to accommo- date the fall crop of green sprouts that we dote on. We are regular Burbanks, we are-we'll try to develop almost any fresh young thing. We offer you a bid to the most exclusive of all social functions, the Harvest Ball, and guarantee that we will help you sit out any rival. We have about the best club on the campus-we sometimes use it on the freshmen-when it is not in use propping up the annex. And we mustn't forget Jimmy and Malcom, they're our pride and joy. Phi Kappa Psi Founded: In our original home on the corner of 22nd and State Streets Chica o und r the original name of Phoi Psoi. Fafvorite Odor: Hair dressing. Preferred Typer: Earnest students and car owners. -1 gv C Hooray! We want everybody to know that we- initiated a freshman this year. We are getting along fine-if we could only intiate enough men to pass our man- agerships on to. Due to the departure of Bros. G. Reese and B. Miller, who have joined the ranks of departed greatness along with "Doc" Kuhn, our athletic and Social PYOWCSS iS Somewhat on the wane. We put great faith in Bro. Freddie Shan- Page two hundred eighty ua ,e ee the e ., -,,,,l"s...t....t,,,.,..Jo1,e,.. e A use be -- e, F3 ETl,5rTiiA, ,jY1iT?fSgll D get TN ,af ig, ,Mag .3z.em-" ,.,'. 5 ,,f, 1 jig. .cw - W7 V ian ' f 'L V . X as 1 i non CSa-ay guyj, who always puts his right foot first in society. By the way, he has a car Knot a Lincolnj, which will be famous if he doesn't have another wreck. Freshmen, if you join us we guarantee you an entree into Nashville society. Alpha Tau Omega Founded: Yes, we were. Nothing can be done about it now. Fafvorite Odor: Perspiration. Fafvorite fIlmo:plzere.' Griped. Preferred Types: All good moral boys who go to bed early Saturday night. We have lost our All-American football player as well as our All-Southern debu- tante, but there are still enough athletes to uphold the name of the chapter. We guarantee all men a good job on leaving school-either with Uncle Jimmy's business connections, or in the cattle or newspaper business, as we now have a combine with a powerful magnate in both these lines. Socially speaking, We are the stuff-every freshman must know at least three dark-horses to invite to our dances. Join us and get an honorary membership in the Y. M. C. A. Chi Phi Founded: In Stewart Quern's room at VVallace University School. Fafvorile Song: "Alone at Last." Preferred Types: Left overs. VVe were the first chapter that Chi Phi installed in ten years. Well, any fra- ternity is bound to make a mistake sometimes. There are several Chi Phi alumni in the city. Although they severed all relations with the fraternity when we were taken in, still they are alumni. If you take our pledge, Alumnus Bro. Luis Guizado will give you a free meal at his lldexican Hot Tamale Joint. By the way, Red Mastiii is doing double time due to the departure of his running mate, dear little Charlee Sidway. Red has turned over his post to Dean Stapleton. Kappa Slgma Founded: A disputed question. Fafvoriie Song: "That Old Gang of Mine." Favorite Odor.' Stale fish. We're the original rough and ready boys, always ready for a fight, preferably among ourselves, but we will accommodate outsiders. Jenkins is our candidate for Dean of Women and all the co-eds are for him. He spent a summer at the University of Chicago in preparation for the job, and his qualifications are unquestioned. We have been trying vainly to get into society for quite a while-we even managed to get our names in the paper through the agency of our freshmen's fishing ability. Clt was a watery "bid" to famej. One of our brothers, who, by the way, is quite a bas- ketball star, boasts that he got his long legs by climbing back yard fences. Join us, boys, and get acquainted with the riot squad. They visit us quite frequently. Delta Kappa Epsilon I Founded: In Harkness Memorial Quadrangle, 1990, by General Sun Yat Sen. Meetzng Place: Stumb-Cawthon Motor Co. Preferred Type: Bulldog. Open Motto: "Tux at Veritas." Secret Motto: "Buick-Valve in Headf' Thanks to our combine with lWr. Webb's establishment at Bell Buckle, we are showing up better in rushing. All those who plan to pledge Deke graduate with Page ma hundred eighty-.rem-en fl fl . , .. .. ,.. ,.. .e lm ?n?iiT'iil if' li 'fi ii Y'A" MATT-Sf", U, ffggl-W-Msg -sf, Rial fi, ,M Q Vg: Q xQx is ajft f,,,ff fo 'wage , rf L. N- ::"3f'- ., - re- -"--- W- --'--W -"X Ti' 3,4533 9 J X honors from Sawney and Follin's Mill of Education, besides getting a free ride in Bro. Lampton's car, straight from the East. Due to this success last fall we now rate second tfrom the bottomj in our national list of chapters. Bro. F. CFrickj Nance seems in a fair way to follow in the footsteps of his noble brother, in being hailed as a popular idol on the campus. We are especially glad to get any boys having Sigma Chi relations, who do not plan to transfer to Yale. Beta Theta Pi Founded: At some time or odor by Pegassus. Reason: To furnish homes for orphaned equines. Fafvorite Drink: Stagnant water. National Chant: "Horsey, Keep Your Tail Up." Preferred Type: Stud quadruped. We moved from Terrace Place because we didn,t want tofbe associated with any- one who called themselves "gentlemen," We have Rushton, of whom we are proud, because he is a thoroughbred. Thanks to Bro. Geddes Douglas, we formed a powerful political merger with Kappa Alpha Theta, that is, we hope it will be powerful. The Bros. Eldreds and Ownbey received the honor of being invited to model in Bennett's Livery Stable Style Show. Join us and learn the sport of kings. Lambda Chi Alph Founded: fNever was founded-just happenedl. Favorite Odor: Scum Preferred Type: Any one who hasn't enough brains to keep away. We absolutely deny the statement that we ever refused any group a charter. And we have a chapter somewhere of which we are not ashamed. Our motto is, "In num- bers there is strengthf' even if the strength is in the odor. We have been in our new house over eight months. Last week Bro. Aubrey Cov- ington discovered that there was no bath-room in the house. Join our lodge. We are just as exclusive, as B. P. O. E. Pi Kappa Alpha y Founded: Originally, but now foundered. Fafvorite Odor: Aroma of halitosis. Types Preferred: Come one, come all. Exclusively exclusive. We rate on Sundays, when we have the debs over for meals, but so far we've improved so little socially that we are planning to dun them for board. We are positively the only social organization on the campus which can show Don Leach and Charlie Crum, the great gymnastic climbers and tumblers. These boys are guaranteed to furnish high class entertainment throughout the year, if your sense of humor doesn't weaken. Athletically, we are the stuff, too, and we've an excellent chance at landing the cheer leader job now that Freshman Cross is considering retiring. Join us and you'll never consider joining anything else. CWe hope.j Delta Tau Delta Colors: Pink and red fpajamas and whiskey.l Odor: Scent of new-mown hay. Motto: "Back to the country, boys." We have a new house, men, and Red and Jess, our two good boys, offer an open Page tfwo hundred eighty ezght fl IL A ' "' ' -' ' if 'AP 'A ' "U W' ' ' "mi" "" Ai 3" "V " i'rifPWf"7t"" E3 fl-F3 in A c . ..., fr. PNIVK . v 'arf W f'f"fif 3 M Z 'A sw -r--rc'-' """"""W'v -.QL f f SL ,,,, I A hand and an open house to all entrants in Vanderbilt. Nineteen accepted our bids, and they are the pick of the tbarnb lot. "King" McNevin dances the Charleston right blithely-we are proud of him-and his car. Bro. George is known about the campus. And We do have a large cellar in our nevv house-and, confidentially, We have our ups and downs, alcoholically speaking. Kappa Alpha Founded: By Kuppenheimer in the basement of Goodman, Suss Co. Fafvorite Sensation: Wet. Characteristic Odor: Lemon Sour. Preferred Type: Everything south of the Smith and Wesson Line. Bro. McSwain has been transformed from a Casanova into a Noah Cooper. He is now conducting a Bible class, but often sighs to think of by-gone days. Bro. King is odds-on derby favorite this year. ' We have a Working agreement with B. G. A., by which we get the pick of the Butter-and-Egg men from Williamson County. Bro. Otto Dowlin is the near-man- ager of this amalgamation. Hop on the band-wagon and be a "Southern Gentleman." We only mingle with the Hoi Polloi at the dances, which We so reluctantly attend. Zeta Beta Tau Founded: In 18.98-OO, by Henry Ford. Farvorite Publication: Dearborn Independent. Preferred Types: Cloak and suit men. At last we are coming into fame-maybe. We almost have a man on the golf team. And Quiller Wile, the demon doctor, has Won the title of "Barney Oldfield" of the training school. In his last race he was forced to scratch, due to an accident in his motor. Bro. Maron Simon is conducting a campaign to build a home for indi- gent A. E. Phis. Bro. Alfred Lyons, from up Upsilon way, holds a chair in every- thing. Right now he is teaching Pathology, and Dean Robinson is one of his pupils. We absolutely deny that there are any others like us. Join us and learn the business. 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I 5 .fl : W Jw ,, , I - N F ' V! 'POPULAR SCENE AROUND INITIATION TIME of n ff f Q mcg msfro SLEEP IN A 0 E My OLD TIICKY Hom: ,f 5 W E r Q tif? 2 'jf A 1 V , K I x jlx , SJJHW 0, -Sf 1 Le g nm! We H, W j ' 1 V' ' -- " .I - - , ZA ' . lu'-v ' N ii-H-L ' 5Q.ffI,' WS-f4me:.. N :ft , EQTH' ? ?'NA Page Z-wo hundred ninety-tfwo Crib VAINDEIHSILT HVSTLER VoL. IO. NASHVILLE, IO, l9l0 NO- I0 UNIVERSITY PARTY AT THE GYMNASIUM Will Give Co-Eels a Glorious Chance To Come Into Their Own VANDY STUDENTS OFFERED RARE ADVANTAGES All Vanderbilt students who are struggling with the supposed-to-be cryp, Greek Civilization, are now presented with a smiling opportu- nity to get a quill by driving around the restored Parthenon in Centennial Park. This stunt, when. done involun- tarily, and enthusiastically re- ported to the professor, incurs great favor, according to repre- sentative students like Aldridge George and other Greek scholars taking the course. Students should bear in mind, however, that around the Parthe- non is a very inappropriate place to park and that, apparently, is the reason the hill immediately back of it is so popularly appre- ciated. Many students have availed themselves of this unusual oppor- tunity, and it is deemed to be one of the most effective quills ever unearthed at the University. NEW SYSTEM TO BE INSTALLED FOR ELECTING B.U. After much deliberation, the Student Council dually devised a highly efficient means of choosing a Bachelor of Ugliness in the fu- ture. Several radical changes are noticeable from the policy which was practiced in the past. These are, briefly: C13 Every student will be pre- sented witb ten votes at each bal- lot. He may use all or any part of them, as his conscience dic- tates, and this will forever do away with the troublesome proce- dure of stuffing the ballot. C29 Fraternities intending to run the oflice will post on the bulletin addition, will list men they have in are eligible to Vote a candidate for that intention board, and in the number of each class who in other impending elections. In this way, vote-swapping will be greatly facilitated. Q37 Every student will be re- quired to attend elections of B.U. An unexcused absence will be turned into the registrar's office and a penalty levied. This will save any fraternity running a can- didate from the worry and trou- ble of having to see that every member of a supporting fraternity is up and voting as per agreement. Xvhile it is true that these new rules are quite a departure from the past policy, it is expected that they will be found unusually ap- plicable and efficient. Certainly a lot of time and effort will be con- served. Plato stated at one time or an- other that wherever there's a will, there's a way, and Vanderbilt Co- eds have at last applied the an- cient adage to their own campus problem. "To rate or not to rate, and if so, how?" has long been an intricate enigma with our fair co-studentsg but now at last the solution is in sight. For on Monday, February 22, the Student Union is staging an All-University Party at the gym. Francis Craig will play, and co- eds will dance. That is, co-eds with their cohorts. Someone be- came generous with a surplus of fees, and the big colonial ball is the result. The fair sex will be there in full force, for many of the dear girls want to takc a peep at the gym before graduation. Refreshments will be had in Dl9IltB0US SUDDIY, and that fact, CDU-PICG with the presence of the co-eds, comprise a situation so unusual that the party is well worth attending. Everyone likes variety, and this novelty will be highly attractive to both Vander- bilt students and co-eds. It is certainly to be hoped that Such Parties will be continued in the future, though it would be a tragic shame to entice some un- suspecting girl student into the madness and frivolity which ac- companies a social whirl like a University Party. Surely if a con- tinuation of these affairs would mean the ultimate prevention of any C6-ed from making Phi Beta Kappa Cum Laude, they should not be made a practice. For after all, the dear girls are here to study, and the lesser things of dancing, car riding, and trips to the Nankin must not be allowed to interfere with their avowed purpose. In fact, it is generally believed that such things have no appeal to the excellent group of serious minded and schol- arly maidens found at Vanderbilt. The party next Monday night will be an experiment. It will in- dicate to the faculty just how much an insight into social bril- liance affects a co-ed. If the dear young things forget themselves, their step into campus limelight is liable to be short-lived: but if after years of solitary confinement, they are able to maintain their mental equilibrium in company with a group of Vanderbilt men, perhaps they might rate another university party. BURK TERRORS WIN INTER-FRAT BASKETBALL CUP Clothing Store Team Outclasses Frat Men of Vanderbilt In addition to making a strong hid for the city title, the Burk Terrors have found new worlds to conquer in the Vanderbilt Inter- fraternity Basketball Tournament. Staging an offense closely resem- bling one seen in the City Series, Terror Ome- the Alpha Tau Burk gas have successfully administered defeat to every team they played in the tournament. The last game of ment-Lallie Richter vs. Phi Delta Theta-was closely contested, but the clothing store team simply outclassed the more inexperienced frat men of Vanderbilt. Hava- tampa Ledyard worked exception- ally Well at standing guard, al- though Boos Richter probably helped along quite a little bit him- self. The score was 29 to 19, but it must be remembered that the Terrors were badly crippled by the absence of Bowser Chest, Alvy Petty and Quick. Pi Hay, who starred as forward in the Methodist Sunday School League a few seasons ago, was out of the Terror line-up on the final eve of the tournament on account of a bad cold. He sat on the side- 'lines ready to play, but thanks to Lallie Richter wasn't needed. Much credit should go to Gripe Reed of the victors. His moral support, as well as his aesthetic technique in battle, was of great assistance to the Burk Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega, This occasion marks the first time that the Terrors have won an Interfraternity Cup, and there are excellent prospects of their dupli- cating the feat in 1927. However. by that time, perhaps both the Ramblers and the Peps will be competing for the interfraternity basketball title at Vanderbilt. There is much satisfaction in the fact that the Celtics are a New York team uninterested in Pan-Hellenic basketball. For their fContinued on Page 2.5 the tourna- INFLUX OF MEDS, INTERNS, NURSES, AND CANINES Their Presence in Vicinity Results in Unexpected Circumstances The Vanderbilt Hospital, Nurses' Home, Medical School, and What- Not on the West Campus have all played a part in bringing about a variety of results which have our beloved Chancellor much dis- turbed. In the drst place, the smell of formaldehyde mingled with the barking of doomed dogs doesn't tend to produce a night of per- fect sleep. It is' rumored that Dr. Kirkland is contemlivlating moving QContlnued on Page 2.1 RED TILLMAN PUR- CHASES ALUMNI MEMORIAL HALL Witli unusual foresightedness, Red Tillman, noted promoter and game specialist, bought Vander- bilt's Alumni Hall after a few weeks of occupying the position of manager of the building. Mr. Tillman was quick to see the hid- den opportunities in the building, and after his purchase of the structure, has turned the base- ment into a pool room known as "Red's Billard Hangout." The second door he has con- verted into "Red's Dance Hall," and he may be seen, particularly at co-ed functions, supervising the frolic and keeping an eagle eye on his edifice. Red's position is rivaled only by Tom Riding, and both exert the same painstaking efforts in the performance of their duties. Many wish Red unparalleled success in his venture in dance halls and pool rooms, and wouldn't be sur- prised it' the Wealthy promoter should begin staging boxing and Wrestling matches in his newly- acquired amusement palace, FACULTY QUARTETTE TO GIVE CONCERT AT PRINCESS A very much looked forward to event is the skit which four of Vander'bilt's faculty members will present at the Princess Theater during the week of March 8-13. The entire quartette is composed of professors from the English department, and their group in- cludes stars of recognized ability so far as amusement is concerned. Dr. Edwin Mlms will sing first tenor. In addition, he has pre- pared several humorous mono- logues, which, through constant coaching by Professor Harris, will be delivered in great style. Dr. Walter Clyde Currey CLe- land-StanfordD will render his in- terpretation of baritone. As an especial feature he will sing a solo entitled, "Shakespeare and I," or "Show Me the Way to Go Home." An aesthetic dance has also been arranged. Professors Ransom and David- son will sing bass and second tenor, respectively. Their part of the feature program includes a very animated version of the Charleston, and both are well able to present such a feat. Four other big Keith acts are scheduled, and the bill as a whole looks very attractive. 2 THE VANDERBILT I-IUSTLER THE VANDERBILT HUSTLER A Nivulcly Disappointment of College Life. Issued wliexlovcr Paul Doss re- moves the lend. Published by the Sigma Chi :mil Zeta Beta Tau I'1l'il.lL2l'l1llil'S. Communications uri- on topics of general interest should he sent to the janitor nf thc Kappa Alpha Fraternity house. Business Telephone 773-H BOARD OF H. AJS Perry Tige ...... . ..... Big H. A. Cnolcoo Mims ........ Little H. A. Pauline Doss Mr. Paul Doss..Circulating H. A. . ...Chief H. A. NEXV II. AJS Nit Rand Bill Jumbheir Simple Simon Robert Fish Compd. Cathartic: Brown Preacher Parsons Archibald Owenby XVee XVillic Newman Corn on the Cobb PESTS Joe Horse VViney XVinston Leon Dozen Ice YVater Fant Louis VVrites Georgette Eldred Jos, Patrick Cohen Jess Willzircl Tlrrill Smeared by Benson Printing C0- Entered as third-rate bunk, July 4, 1776, at Nashville, Tenn., under mistake of Congress, March 3, 1879. XVHAT IS A FORD? About a month ago, one night in late summer, a Vanderbilt student drove over to his girl's house in a "Big Hub" and took her for a ride. Vanderbilt University has had a Pan-Hellenic Council for some time, but it has never been very active. The moon was full and the road straight and wind- ing. The Congress of our coun- try passes a Federal law prohibit- ing the sale of alcoholic drinks. The youth let one arm slip from the back of the coupe to the girl's slim shoulders. A Pan-Hellenic Council Ought to act as the real gov- erning body for the general good of the various fraternities. In this lecture he showed how chemistry affects the lives of every one in every walk of life the world over. Suddenly the car stopped. Col- lcgc men have very little respect For any law or order. If the pres- cnt Pan-Hellenic Council cannot control the fraternities, they ought to resign and elect some men who can control them. They were out of gas and were miles from the 1-enrcst hlling station, The col- lc-ge Man of today is the leader of tomorrow. At first the girl was frightened, but the youth soothed her. This Council ought to form its own opinions and have the power to carry them to comple- tion. So if these men mold their plastic minds to disregard all laws what will this country come to with these men as their leaders? One cannot put very much blame on her for the desire to make her money as easily as possible and by the talent that she has. Poli- tics should be removed, as far as possible, from This governing body. The morals of the college man are more important than those of any other group in the world. A week later the youth committed suicide by talking himself to death. Con- sidering all of these points, We ask XVHAT IS A FORD? BURK TERRORS VVIN BASKETBALL CUP 1Continued from Page 1.3 entrance in the tournament might make the affair a trifle one-sided and, of course, that would be un- desirable. It is whispered about, however, that Red Sanders is a. secret member of this organiza- tion, loaned for the present as a "bush-leaguerf' Kenn anticipation is being evi- dent-ed in the tournament next year, for all fans will be interested in seeing just how much better this year's winners will be next season. M. I. Lusky ewelry Company BETA THETA PI HEADQUARTERS Elliston Place Barber Shop Our own Hair Tonic has been used with great success by such famous Vandy men as Kirkland and Francisco Tobar. See Them and Be Couviuced ! The West End Billiard Parlor DEALERS IN High Class Groceries Fresh Meat and Vegetables HEAD LIBRARIAN FEARS STAMPEDE The addition of Laird Smith, the co-eds' delight, to the library force, is causing much concern among library authorities. To be- gin with, a head librarian has ad- mitted in an interview that Laird has undoubtedly the noisest friends in the University. Bull sessions over the dignified desk are not uncommong in fact, Lail'd's presence seems to stimulate such a proceeding. But what is causing greatest worry is the sudden rush of co-eds for reference books. In their haste to be waited upon by their favorite, they refuse to get in line, and have several times literally taken the desk by storm. Leaves bearing his fingermarlcs have a peculiar habit of disappearing from books returned by Worshipful co-edsg and many other incidents indicate that the charming! YOURS librarian is creating an atmos- phere of romance about the room which lends color to "Romeo and Julietf' but renders difficult the task of reading an impassionate article concerning some stodgy subject like the Supreme Court. Authorities cannot agree as to the best way to solve this prob- lem. If there were about 547 Laird Smiths, Vandy co-eds would be as contented asv the cows Car- nation Milk boasts of. id You EVCI' TRY TO PUT A QUART OF TEA IN THE INSIDE POCKET OF YOUR TUX AND THE POCKET SPLIT, DROPPING THE BOTTLE AND RUINING YOUR CLOTHES AND REPUTATION? THIS WON'T HAPPEN IF YOU SEE Larry B 3111119.11 WHEN YOU BUY THAT TUX. I THANK YOU! is SIR THOMAS RIDING, OWNER OF VAN- DERBILT STADIUM After much persuasion, Sh- Thomas Riding was finally pre- vailed upon to pose for gy, Die. ture, with the express admonition that it bc featured exclusively ln the "Commodore" A man of Sir Tom's fame needs no introduction to Vanderbilt siu- dents. In the fall of 1922 the alumni of the University presented a stadium, and Tom came with il. I-Ie's been hanging around ever since. Like a. bad penny, or a Christmas tie, he always comes back. He is Luther Burbanlvs only rival, having an authoritative knowledge of Bermuda, Johnson, and blue grass, but can really fur- nish most accurate information on the Subject of mud. For within the stadium he keeps the most fertile and best harrowed plot of ground in Tennessee. He and his staff of two mules work untivingly at some-thing over there, though frankly, we have never found out just what it Was. VVe wonder if the Athletic Association knows. Thomas is a modest and retir- ing gentleman, who never likes to extoll his merits. We'd nominate him for next Chancellor if hc wasn't so completely consumed by an inferiority complex. The school is to be congratu- lated upon its owner of the sta- dium. Few universities have their 1103-wallows so conscientiously safeguarded. INFLUX OF MEDS INTERNS, NURSES AND CANINES CContinued from Page 1.3 into Kissam Hall until the situa- tion is somewhat alleviated. This Will be greatly anticipated by the freshmen residing there, as our Chancellor has long had the repu- tation of being "one of the boys." Secondly, debutantes have suf- fered noticeably since nurses moved onto the campus. Vander- bilt boys seem to be unusually partial to them for some reason. Thirdly, the presence of the Phi Chi house, and also of the Alphn Kfllllba Kappa house so close to Peabody is wreaking havoc with Bruce Payne's college, We are told. Peabody girls just aren't the SEUITE since medicine invaded WVest Cam- pus. On the Whole, the situation is very complicated. Interns off dut5' have been taken for sonambulists. and one simply does not know what may happen next, It's hard to tell when meds are involved. 2 THE VANDERBILT I-IUSTLER 3 BASEBALL FUTURE SEEMS BRIGHT AT VANDY As an advance prophecy on the coming baseball season, we would say, with unhesitating enthusiasm, that prospects are very rosy in- deed. A fme schedule, featuring such games as S. P. U. and Cum- berland, has been arranged, and all indications seem to point to the fact that Vanderbilt may have a winning team. Colonel Joshua Judges Cody is unquestionably pleased with the outlook. Jug Smith and Ewing Basketle will be trained for the outlleld po- sitions, in case Don Leech, Ed Britton, and Pumpa Doss fail to come through in their usual fault- lcss style. Twinkle Manning is expected to make a strong bid for pitching honors, while Laird Smith and Bull Frazier will render con- sistently faithful service at the baekstop position. The candidates for the infield will be many, but it is a safe guess to say that spring will tind Eddie Glennon, Dick Jones, Max Bloom- stein, and Xvllliam Dismukcs hold- ing down the coveted sacks. A special feature ol' the season will be the unusual training pro- gram which candidates shall un- dergo. NVhite corn or peach brandy will be the regulation bev- erage, and while waiting l'or their chances at bat the team will be served with pimento cheese sand- wiches. The occasion will be ren- dered further enjoyable by one of Josh COdy's inspirational talks. Make Your Razor Blades Last Longer! Well, fellows, here's a sure tip, straight from the glue factory. Many people spend 52.60 a year buying razor blades. That money is just thrown away. When you get ready to shave, moisten the beard with Sulphuric Acid, apply about an inch of Vvilliams' Shaving Cream, and work up to a smooth, creamy lather. Rub this in with the tips of the lingers and then-here's our big secret-Don't use your own razor blades. You will dull them and make them quite useless. Borrow your room- ma.te's razor blades, and you can make your own last indefinitely. Announcing a New Arrow Collar! THE HIP-HIP No more bothering with collar buttons! Our newest collar is all in one piece. Take it out of the sanitary paper container tnever touched by handsj, and slip it over your head. On in a second, oft in a second. Many men prefer to use one of these instead of a belt. Andy Gump will use nothing but the Hip-Hip, and has persuaded Uncle Bim to purchase 1,000,000,000 Hip-Hips for his own use. If you dress in nothing but a Hip-Hip, you will at- tract inuch attention. At dances you will be pointed out, and at serious functions, such as at church, you will create a sensation. It's Easy to Remember: HIP-HIP HOORAY! VANDY FORUM To the Editor: Dear Sir: Last September I en- tered Vanderbilt to absorb a col- lege education. The profs here seem to think college is a joke, as all they think about is giving cuts. I wake up at 5:00 a.m. every morning and go over all the work I have done the night be- and then the prof fails to show up for the class. Here I am fore, spending all ol' my dad's hard- carncd money and ean't go to class. I am not alone in this opin- ion, as I have been requested by all my fraternity brothers to write this letter. All of my brothers spend from six to eight hours ev- ery night studying and discussing the day'S work, and for a Van- derbilt professor NOT to meet his class is unpardonablc, and he should bc hanged. One other thing I would like to say. I think Vandy students should not be allowed to attend the theaters and dances. Both of these evils take their minds off of their work, and some of the vile creatures even have the con- temptuous audaeity to imbibe spirituous liquors. I certainly hope that these Lethian revels and Bacchanalian frolics can be outlawed. NAPOLEON CAESAR. Read The USTLER It Identifies You Methodist Publishing House NVe are headquarters for all the magazines that Vandy students read. Latest copies always of HOT DOG VVHIZZ BANG TRUE CONFESSIONS SNAPPY STORIES LA VIE PARISIENNE JUST OUT! Complete Manual of the CHARLESTON DANCE IRBY WOLAND ' HUDSON HOLDS FORTH IN CHAPEL Before a completely spell-bound audience, Dr. Irby Hudson, pro- fessor of Political Science and Home Economics, delivered a stir- ring yet highly technical lecture Xvednesday noon on the apt sub- ject of "'vVhat Has Become of Hinkey-Dinkey Parlez-Vous"? In- troduced by Chancellor James H. Kirkland as the man who won the VVorld lVar, this recognized illum- inary expounded at great length on all organized knowledge, with special reference to the correct raising of children and the splen- did location of Hume-Fogg High School. In his discussion of the Woiild Court, Dr. Hudson stated that it had been proved very conclusively that it was folly to buy a man's suit from a woman's department store. This convincing illustra- tion was further supported by the blunt statement that college pro- fessors and W'oolworth's sales clerks were both terribly unappre- ciatcd so far as remuneration was concerned. Dr. Hudson then fell upon the tariff question, which he discussed with his characteristic clarity. "YVe ain't got no say-so," he ex- claimed, "and especially is this true when Christmas demands toys and other considerations for the family. I'm poor folks, you know. . . . . Furthermore, there ain't no point in arguing with the Chancellor. I tried it once on the subject of the curriculum, and now look where I am." The Doctor closed his remarks with a very comprehensive eluci- dation on the Supreme Court. "I rarely give a cut," he said, "and I am strong for extra recitation periods. But the real reason I don't attend basketball games is because it's so darn hard to find a place to park the car. In fact, I have actually had seniors in my classes who didn't have the fog- giest idea as to where the library was located." Nashville Surgical Supply Co. Complete Laboratory Equipment ALL SIZES STILLS AND BOILERS 401 CHURCH STREET THE VANDERBILT HUSTLER "Dearest, let me taste the sweet kisses from your ruby lips!" "No, Jack: never again!" "Oh, sweetheart, that isn,t meg that's the stock- yards on the right of this road." LISTERINE Is a Sure Cure for Halitosis fluipleasant breathj Always Insist on LAMBERTS LISTERINE yi It 9 w 1 inf! nf? The Vancly- Stadium 'whit " ll x V, 1 1' il J 'li it w .Ii Anil tri' Sh N SEEN ON THE CAMPUS The Newest Fad in College-Bound to Be General Favorites The Vanderbilt The Vancly--Stadium Comfortable, straight-line Teddy Bears, with the "carefully careless" air liked by Vandy profs, HQ3'II'lCh HaDC1'ITaI1OfCC1qq By Soodman KL Guss, in silks, with due deference to masculine attraction. L. A. Bauman 897 Son EXCHANGES He: "Dearest, I would lay down my life for you." She: "Paint it with iodine."- William Purple Parrot. tit He: "Have you seen my key?" She: "What keys?" He: "Oh, paint them with io- dine."-Virginia. Reel. its Him: "VVho are you dragging to the prom?" Another Him: "Paint it with iodine."-Brown Jug. tin His: "I don't see why you shouldn't!" Hers: "Aw, paint it with io- dine."-Vanderbilt Masquerader. HAS THIS EVER HAPPENED TO YOU? When you are dancing with the "only girl in the world" at the Junior Prom, and the moon is full in a starry sky and the orchestra is playing a dreamy waltz, if your tuxedo suspenders part, letting your trousers drop to the Hoof- DON'T BE EMBARRASSED Stop dancing and nonchal- antly light a PALL MALL A Sl-IILLING IN LONDON A QUARTER HERE DOMENICICS LUNCH ROOM CHINESE DISHES OUR SPECIALTY "We Feed More Drunks Than Any Other Restaurant in Nashville Coen COLUMNS By CORNS ON COBB The Three Arts Cliieetuxn, Dah, 'Um. and Gaguml met 'l'uesilu.y evening at the A. O. Pi lmusv, Irene Williams and Cathvrlnr' Craig were hostcsses. The pru- gram was on the subject, "How To Rate a. Fraternity Dance." Sarah Catron Smith gave her method, which was thought to he perfect by the other members. Thursday afternoon the Daniill- daters will give a tea iight ln honor of Mark, who has aeclziinierl them to be the "Swellest Frater- nity for Women on the Campus." The Kappa. Alpha. Thetas resent Marlds choice, saying that they have proved by actual measure- ment that they are the "swoll0st." At this the Darnifidaters retorted that they probably were not invas- uring the same thing. The new Bachelor Maidcs, who have recently given up hope. are: Frances Beasley, Caroline Little, Dorothy Nightie, Frances McKee, Christine Provine, and Elizabeth Davis. Everytfzingis fake When You molce P. Al "Trouble's a bubble," just as the song says. If your prof get's sore and threatens to ride you, just pull 0115 your old "Jimmy" pipe, load it up with Prince Albert. pack it thoroughly, and all your troubles will fade away- Your prof will smile and gaze dumbly in peaceful en- joyment at the pleasure y011 are getting. P. A. is the panacea for all troubles. When you ask the father for the hand of hiS daughter, let him smoke your pipe with P. A. 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