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Elnne IHBII nnfnlhs intinitelg Different rhains nf euents anti phases nf life. Efhe Olunimnhnre 19311 rernrhs the happenings anil fatts nf a whnllg ilitferent gear anh sninrnarizes in runrlnsinn, a histinrtlg inhiuihnal grunp nf rnllege rareers. Ehere is nn thange, we are tulh, anh get hum ilifferent tu ns, the rlass nf 19311, is this Stine from last! Anh huw hifferrnt nur Gluinrnnhnre-it is unrs whether we like it ur nut-fruln last geafs! - - - lhhe Qlmnninhnre Iinarh in presenting this unlnwe is must respertfnllg aware uf the general hisapprnual whirh greets must wnrks nf this natnre anh nwst respertfnllg hegs the priuilege uf apnlngising fur nuthing. Ehis Qnarh, as ang nther, feels that its wnrk has fallen shnrt nt' the run- reptinn anh aspiratiuns nf the Ehiturs, hut that the effnrts nf all rnnrerneil haue heen sinrere anti earnest. Qbnr rritirs, we hnpe, will nut inhge ns nn the runuentinnal nnsnnnh anh tempnral grunnhs uf nntwarh appearanre, the hnmur settiun-whith hg rights has nn plate in ang annual-anh rhararter nf nne's nwn phntugraphg hut rather will withhnlh final inhgment until the permanent ualne shall heru1ne'euiilent in the gears tn rmne when rul- lege tneninries shall he glahbeneil with the phntugraphs anh arrnnnts within these ruuers nf inhiuihnals, fraternities, teams, nrganigatiuns anh euents. -.-- - me, the Olmninuhnre Einarh, the rhnsen representatives uf the Gllass nf 1El3II, haue the prinilege anh hnnur nf presenting this, nur wnrk, with the earnest hnpe that it shall he arreptahle in the sight nf the Hniuersitg. - X X fX n11I 1211i5 Bunk Gbnr Qllazzva Bunk Emu Gbrganigexiiunn i3nnk flhrerz ' 3-Xthlriirn Bunk Eliuur ZHvz1iurm' 1 N Y ' Y 1 W W Qu ,, W 1 1 il IFE w I I j.Lf1Zfffjlfj 'V'li T. 'Q,Q..wg.-..',,Yi,,fZg- - ' ' 'Riff . , . M xx X. 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If X. x' ,2', "max . l DEAN W. L. FLEMING DEAN F. C. PASCHAL Dean of the Graduate School Dean of College of Arts and Science I he Emma Vanderbilt has the good fortune of counting among her assets an administrative staff that is fully qualified to carry on the work and handle the countless problems that are continually confronting the oflice force of a large university. At the head of this administration are the eight deans, upon whom the burden of the university's worries are showered. The student body is respectful in its attitude toward these representatives of law and learning, and yet does not feel that they are out of reach of student petitioning and consultation. Our deans, in addition to being the school authorities, are still human, thoughtful, sympathetic persons who do not feel above the students they supervise. DEAN FLEMXNG, the head of our graduate school, has been for years one of Vanderbi1t's best-known and most respected characters. Not only in the administrative field and class- room, but also in the line of literary accomplishment is Dr. Flemingls name well known. For a number of years he served as the Dean of our whole Arts and Science Department, but under him that department's scope became so enlarged that the work had to be divided. Dr. Fleming then took over the Department of Graduate Instruction in which he has been particularly interested and whose ranking he has materially advanced. DEAN PASCHAL, whose promotion to the deanship of the college after a stay with us of less than two years is evidence of his efficiency and ability, is a hard-working and untiring execu- ci5'Ql9Ir IQg'E5 X . V. TJ' . A W . ., .f..Qi1g, A 1' ff ---75' 'T' I A 1 l , 1 I II I I 'I f"?'fm""-E z--'ff - -I I --i:.i.......,,.....S,yee- -..x.k-..,a. at. ,tr Irs. -:ings-...I.5.:v,:s,Q. .. sz.:-. .. x.,, M., ,k XX M, ,X XX up A X ' X ' '77 ' 'mu' 'i 'I up II! , . . i' . ' I f -I . XX X X, X, , XX X V X- .X . ,X X! Xf X Xp X, -,X I 'I f3Q2f'X' -I XI ' I I I, I . I ' If - x, I I I sss. I I I IIJXI J II ' gig, X . -I X ,,,-.a.,XXX ,III I X- - .X X ' v.. Aj . "'-- 5 I I 'IX I I I X nd 'wp I X. XX I IM I , XX - I :X ,X IX ,X I, 'I I III III II I I I I III III I I I I' X III X",IJ II Izx I I II . III ' I ' f' N I I X II I i I. jr I I X II IX I ' ' I I I I I I I I I I f I I I I I Ig X I I I I I l Il' ' 3 I I, I I I X DEAN C- M- SARRATT DEAN ADA BELLE STAPLETON 'I I I D9-an Of M911 Dean of VVomen , X If I II I I IX , X X X X I ' 'Tr B XX I I I che 4 Patna I II X tive who must combine in himself a bookkeeper, a policeman, a detective, a judge and any I I: ' number of other activities. Our sym ath oes out to Dean Paschal for the dirty job he I P Y S I ' I has and our admiration to him for the way in which he Hlls it. - II' I I I I . . I X I DEAN SARRATT is another whose Job includes everything that one can think of and a lot I I 1 n I - . 1 I I I else besides. The title Dean of Men is quite inadequate to cover the multltude of con- ' II ' I cerns and interests that fall upon him. Whatever else may come his way, Mr. Sarratt does I I 21 World of good in his capacity as chief adviser to the university both collectively and as I I I individuals. He is never too busy to talk over the lowliest freshman's troubles with him, I I or to consult with the members of any student organization on any problems they may have. ' I I Il I DEAN STAPLETON is to the women students what Mr. Sarratt is to the men. She is the con- fidante of the girls and the ready friend of all. She is endowed with the gift of an I I enthusiastic spirit and an unlimited interest in university affairs. Dean Stapleton has her I. X I hands full the year round in guarding over her women students and furthering the equality I I X of women. She has a host of friends among the men and Women students and the faculty II I as well. II X I ' ,N f ,, XIX X X . --XX i ir X I I X ,IU I W, I ,, "Q ' ' I ,X Xi XX!! If A ' g'TQri':ffiliQ.f..ffI' 'iQ.f',I1fm'f"f' f ' ' TmQ'fQ,,, .Y-t"-ff'f'1Q.., .. --ff f A. . , .,., L"' f I ' ,,,.' : "f",' 'T 'fri Y.?gTTv'1hflT Tw' Tfm ' " ' 'i x J :Y N Y, ff X ,. ii.-. I ,FE i 4 N Y ii 4' L Al , X X lx , ' ll l qv , A x 3 I il is DEAN WALLER S. LEATHERS DEAN W. H. SCHUERMAN Dean of School of Medicine Dean of School of Engineering I hr Braun DEAN LEATHERS is the guiding light of the Medical School and the god-father of all medical students. Dr. Leathers is recognized as an authority on preventive medicine as well as a thorough teacher and a capable executive. It is remarkable that 'Dr. Leathers and a number of his medical faculty in the whirl of their crowded Work have the opportunity to consider the many extra-curricular interests of the medical students that they so carefully tend. DEAN SCHUERMAN is one of the most respected Figures that is connected with the uni- versity. He is a teacher of no mean ability and well qualified in other respects to form the policies andqcarry out the work of the Engineering School. The position of prominence which our Engineering School now holds is due in a large part to his efforts. DEAN BROWN, though not well known personally to our undergraduate student body, is widely recognized as one of the South's leaders in the Held of religious education, and it is with a great deal of pride that every Vanderbilt student claims him as our l X -,, -.. ,nw . . , . ..,-.,....V.,......,...,,...,.. ,,,.,....aL. .. ....u.......,....,..,....,d,.......,..... -- 11 , QQZUTE1- 1 '- .z ,:' :-xl 1 i-2+4+11f , f' 1 I 1 1 V ' 1 1 1 .fi ., , Q 1' ' 1 1 1 1, -1 1 11. ACTING DEAN E. T. SEAY Acting Dean of School of Law DEAN O. E. BROWN Dean of School of Religion ' g' 4. -- Ji ... -.1 f Y -,., - 4- ' ' ., - , 1 . , . .,., --B,..:-.1.-r-,F V YEL F 6 , s..-a a.-, 1 "" 1'F " G?Wt.E'vvw '- mr.. .,...,,:a4.,,,A,V, ifijviu, W 4 A """""i -.......s...... li l fav X F1 'la L - . l li A i 1 1 11 1. at 3 X li gfffiiii' lr !ii'Q",.iig"imei , 1 .1 1 1, , : i,g.J,til.1' .ay 15? , ,, 141 2 .1 G 1 fi .' 1 el i, SL A 1, i 'Q fy . 1 I1 l en a J W I F 521,11 ' E 1 11 . -mt ru .. , egg 1 l 'I Q. JN11' 'Mk A L il Fi , J 1 A v fi W 1 1111 1,3 f th fi 1 1 112 2 l f fr 1 .y F 1 X w 5 l S Y 1 L' J Ll 1 1 A l Ni ' 1 s 1 1 11 l l pi 1 1Q t1 1 , P1 l W 1 ii I 3 1 L1 1 rl M l 1 is 1 1 55 ff' . E Y 1 -, ' A Nix I 3 ,15 115 1 he -I 1281115 Qfw own. The theological students to the man love him as a father and are loud in his 1 W' praise. It is chiefly to his efforts and greatly to his credit that in the last few years 'Q' the Vanderbilt Rural Preachers, School has flourished. 5 ACTING DEAN SEAY, of the Law School, while new in his duties as head of the school, EA 5 fl is by no means a new figure on the Vanderbilt campus. For years he has been one' l of the most popular teachers in the law school and in the university as a whole. When A Qgfll it became necessary to choose a man to put in charge ofthe school recently there was no hesitancy on the part of the university authorities in selecting Mr. Seay, nor has W i 3 1 . . 1 fl' there been the least unfavorable comment on the cho1ce. It is only to be regretted that E15 his large private practice will prevent him from assuming the duties permanently. ii 1w1' 1 Si 51' . . . . . . , WU On the whole, Vanderb1lt has a rlght to be Just as proud of her administrative oHicers as she is. They are a well trained, fully capable, clear-headed group in whose hands f if the university is safely secure. if gf? i 1' -PA z"r'1'wf Fr 1 1 ,s Emil lexvwaou me, ii 5 W1 , X XMI -new Y- W Y Y v V 7' J , Ygglg g" 1,71 gig Y N X l r ' " g "g'Pm'ir.iE5"f-eeievifleffiee-11'-ie' elf-ifgrer-rffe-'ffW'- ' ' W . iv l . - , A. , , -W..-, ', ,.- '7'T.ff,. HMA.. A fflffliilf. v,.,.,.,.g-,L ,,,,., A,,..4p.,,,LZ.',5L'...4:.2.N..L:4.:.4..J,.f::..i'Fr,1.tr--5-LifZ?2?l,1i ,-, A . Maw, . -- .. . W . . ..f,...V..s,.---....t.......,.-----w1 , A ff V N- 1 1 A f 5 l 9 it 7 ,F '-.X l 'tl il f ,i f' Li lei ll f, 5 2 X i E l l H j l ll . A l ll . f 'H f .l' l .- PL' ll . ' -. ! - l Q l 3 l i J ,ai 1 l l l l l xl Miss EDITH Buonns MRS. M. W. HAGGARD ' Director of the School of Nursing Registrar of the College L . 4 l On this page we have two oflicers of administration who are of primary importance 1 in the functioning of the university. They are not deans, but they are of high rank l in Vanderbilt's. roll of ofiicials. MISS BRODIE is director of the School of Nursing, a position corresponding to dean in other departments. She holds a position of authority in instruction as well as adminis- X tration. Her school has advanced considerably under her direction, and so successful l has it been that the Board of Trust at its February meeting decided on an expansion I policy to increase further the value of our School of Nursing. To Miss Brodie directly Q a large part of this credit is due and we wish her all possible good fortune for con- l tinued successes. I MRS. MARY VVEBB HAGGARD, Registrar of the College, is one oliicer of the university l whom every undergraduate knows and is glad to know. For years she has been the 1 godmother to hundreds of Vanderbilt boys in her position as ofhcial "go-between" of students and the university. She always has a word or a smile for every student and usually a little story or incident of our fathers, uncles or brothers who have known her before us. It doesn't take long to know Mrs. Haggard, but it will take more than a l lifetime for us to forget her. r 5 "6" r 2"'Y"'1Nfi 2-fx' l I X! v - ,I iff", ...af K' if YQ n I i I l Q q 'l' 1, ' ' "5" iw? Gllamzrn X 61 ...X L, ffb Svrninrn EEN ,gy if X li SWR Qraduate School 1 VICTOR S. ARMBRISTER MAX MEADOWS, vA. Candidate for MA. T K A JOHN BENISH BATESVILLE, ARK. Candidate for MA. FRANK BRENT BURNS LAUREL, Miss. Candidate for M.S. fl! B K Blue Pencil Club, l25-'2Gg Secretary Treasurer Blue Pencil Club, '26-'27 Sophomore Honor Roll. '27g Treas- ' urer Student Chapter Phi Beta. Kap pa, '28-'29g Graduate Fellow in Chem istry, '29-'30. JOHN Yo-HAN CHU SOOCHOW, CHINA Candidate for MA. l lx--lf' - ' ...Cf -3 f ,.xJf,j,,- , f., - .kll NX.. . ,-XX V 1 Q' 'nl'1'V'- -1 1 X :g Q, ,. .1 .--eg-. --X ,fif X. A -r 4. ff if .ycxa-ff' I' ,C E- T55 wi 'T 014' ' J e.. ixr .DEQ 'f gil-iw, '5 ff Vw i.x.. l-,.- A A exxx if .u.,xv . 1 , 1 J .H ,,,v.4,,.i.Y-,.1,-N-,V 1--fm' - ,f--AQ. . l,f1f,--e,f.-'-A--,C . X 'I .W AHLQS ., ,:741Vg,.., .,-.Rh-XI ' -f-- -- :pac wli 1:2 '11, 3'T - f. f f-TQ'.je:s.f-N-,. ,,. X - ff- . 4,-. E" f---' .vile-V - T ,, , T 5:lb. ,,, ,F , X ..f,fQl.:,,A,l-,,v,' -A Z.. A Cy. ,Ref- N A . f 2 . ffl' gf ' f' .11-Q,l:.1'l'f lQN..:4,,3,l ,xfvyf ff V' 54, ., 1, .. . f.,,, .,f . . - f, ,i xg- ,X 1, . gf- ,M .f,f,f,. --. C ,l , fl mf '- ff- f -wx cfx-. "JZ-,it graduate School f GLADYS LILLA DE-JOURNI-I'l"l'E ATHENS, TENN. , Candidate for MA. 1"fIP B HOYT MCVVHORT'ER DOEBS, JR. BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Candidate for MA. 4'A9.0AK.2TJTKA CECIL ALEXANDER DUKE GALLATIN, TENN. Candidate for MJI. K E. fb A fb, 412 B K Band. '25, '26, '27, '28, '295 Banjo Mandolin Club, '27p G-lee Club. '28 Sophomore Honor Roll: Artus Club Classical Club. JOHN OLIN EIDSON SPARTANBURG, s. C. Candidate for M.fI. JOHN TYREE FAXN, JR. NAsHv1LLE, TENN. Candidate for MA. II K A Glee Club, '22-'2c. .,,. f -, X J fy. f. V ff 241:--A - ' , -N , , , 1 ,X .-A-VX, .Cid ir! . wx. , A ., -M f- fir Q. f ,Of A, ,ff . A ma ,,,f.,Nf,. , r J.. ,. I .X - if ,if .iffy Vg. C" ' - ' ' graduate School 1 VVALTER WAVERLY GRAHAM coLI.EGE GROVE, TENN. Candidate for MA. Graduate Fellow'in Mathematics. I WILLIAM BOOTH HAYNIE WOODBURN, KY. Candidate for MA. LENORE G. S. HUTCHISON ALBANY, N. Y. Candidate for MA. A A A Three Arts Club. OLGA LABRANCHE JACKSON, MISS. Candidate for MA. A Z , I graduate School Y FRANCES BURKS MCKINLEY' NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for M.d. A A A MARY R. MORGAN NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for MJ1. 2 K Eta Sigma, Phi. MARY LLEWELLYN LEWIS MUREREESBORO, TENN. Candidate for MJT. E K Vanderbilt Singers. VVILLIAM HENRY Moss FRANKLIN, TEINN. Candidate for MA. MARGARET BOND OMAN NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for MA. . I' 111 B, SD B K Sophoinore Honor Roilg Student CouI1ci1.'26-'27, '27-'28, '28-'29g Treas- urer Student Council, '28-'29g Eta Sigma Phig Vanderbilt Singers, '28- '29. Qraduate School 1 PRUIIENCE MCNEAI. POLK NAsI-IVILLE, TENN. Canrliflatc for M..7. A A A FLORA HAYES RAWLS CERULEAN, RY. Candidate for MJ. 2 K, HIP B K RUTH READ CARTIIAGE, TENN. Canrlidan' for K A 9 GEORGE EVERETI' RIvEs MOORI-IEAD, MISS. Candidate for MA. Graduate Fellow in Mathematics, '29-'30, Qraduate. School 1 HARRY MILTON SIPPEL ROCHESTER, N. Y. Cmzfiidate for MAI. Member Campbell Club, Aleph Theta 76 J . THOMAS T. H. SOO soocmow, CHINA Cavzrlidatzf for IMA. ROBERT HUN1'ER VVEST CHICAGO, ILL. Carzdidatz' for MA. 112 A 9, E T Freshzmm Football, '25, Freshman Track, '26, Varsity Football, '26-'27: Varsity Track, '27, '28, '29, E. VIRGINIA VVILLIAMS HUNTINGDON, W. VA. Cmzdidair for M.f7. MARY ELIZABETH VVILSON NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for M.f1. X A 9, 'Il B K Co-Editors, '25-'26, Sophomore Honor RO11. .. .A , I , Y I 'xx -wi SOIIHOE Class 0iF1fFI'iCGIrs WARREN LOKEY . PIOWELL VVARNER . SARA NOLEN . . . EDVVARD THOMPSON . . 'WILLIAM D. GALEREATII RICHARD ABERNATHY . SIM LOVELADY . . . HAROLD LINDSAY . RICHARD BRADEN . CHARLES BRAMVVELL . BOONE NOEL .... JOHN SCUDDAY HERBERT A. VV. HUTCHINSON . HERSCFIEL FINGER . CLAUDE CALLICOTI' . . JOHN LUTON . . . FINLEY MCILWAINE . . B. B. NEAL .. .. MARX BOROD . JOI-IN CHAPMAN . ROBERT FINKS . . H. B. MCSWAIN . . MARGARET KESLER . . IRBY CREGGER . . F. D. BALLARD . E. T. SMALL . MIRIAM BARROW . . . MARGARET LOWE . . . BENNIE LOU BUTTRAM PAULINE RHODES . . . COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING SCHOOL OF LAW SCHOOL OF MEDICINE SCHOOL OF RELIGION SCHOOL OF NURSING . . . Prexidnnt .. . Fife-President . Svfrrlary-Treasurer . . . Sergeant-at-firms COIllIIl0d0!'f' Rrprosoizlatifzlo . . . Honor Conzmiiioe . Honor COIIIIIIIHIBE . . . Pfesidfnt .. . Vice-Presidoizt . . . Sfwelary-Treasurer' . . . Sorgzrant-at-Ar1n.v Conzfnodore Ropreseniatifvo . . . Honor Committee . . . Prcsidmzt .. . Vice-President .. . Secretary-Treasurer Comrnorioro Rfpresontatifzm . . . Sorgrani-at-Arfns . Honor Conznzitlee . . . . Prcsidfnl . Honor Commiflee . Honor Commillcc . Honor C01llll1iffL'C' . . President . . . Via'-President . Socrclary-Treaszzrer . . Presidenl . Via'-Presidonl . Treasurer . S ecroiary College of clrts and Science 1 ELMER H. ALLEN LEARNED, MISS. Candidate for B.I4. GRANDISON GREEN ALLEN HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Candidate for BA. W. J. ANDERSON, IR. NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BA. fl' A 9 Pan-Hellenic Council: Business Man- ager 1930 "Commoclore"g "Hustler" Staff, '30. KATHERINE ANDREWS NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidale for B..4. I' CIP B I --.. . II , V , -, .7-W Y fr . v. College! of 044115 and Science 1 SIDNEY HE,NRY BABCOCK III - ALTUS, OKLA. Candidaie for BA.. ff' B K DAVID SCOIT BAYER NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for B..-4. 2 N, 'P X Fresllmzmn Y. M. C. A.. '26, '27g Ace Club. '27, '28, Skull and Bones Club, '27-'28, '28-'29g TI'easuI'er Skull and Bones Club, '28, '29. FREDERICK WILLIAM BEESLEY NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BA. H K A Classical Club, '26-'2Tg Freshman Basketball. '26-'27. EVA BLUM NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BA. A E CIP. fi, B K Co-Editors, '26-'2S: Spanish Club: Eta, Sigma Phi: F'1'enI:l-I Club: Soph- omore Honor Roll, '2S. College of effrts and Science 1 JACK A. BOONE HENDERSON, TENN. Candidate for BA. X YI' ALBERT LANDER BOWEN NASHVILBE, TENN. Candidate for BA. KATHLEEN BOYD NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BA. A O H Freshman Matliematics Prize. '26- '27g Class Chairman, '27-'2Sg Spanish Club, '27-'ZS3 Student Council, '28-'29, Classical Club, '28-'29, '29-'30g Phi . Beta. Kappa, '29. ANNE BROWN NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for B.A. K A 9 Student Council Treasurer, '27. '28, '29, 'SOQ Honor ,Committ'ee. '30: Stu- dent Activities Board. '30. ' l .f f,.A,Y College of cv4rts and Science 1 JOHN NEAL BROWN ARDMORE, TENN. Candidale for Bull. A T A Football. '26, '28, '29,: Baseball, '28. '29g Captain Football, '30. JAMES OVERTON BUTLER MURFREESBORO, TENN. Candidale for BA. K A THOMAS CULLOM BUTLER WACO, TENN. Candidate for BA. 'I' B K C1-IARLOTLE LINDSAY CALDWELL NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BJI. 1' CD B Co-Editors, '27g Student Council. '27, '28, N295 'Secretary Student Council, '29, Three Arts. '2S, '29, '301 Vice' Presidont Three Arts, 'SOQ SoDl10m01'0 Honor Rollg Bachelor Maides. '25, '29, '30, Secrntary Pan-Hellenic Council, '30, College of ef4rts and Science 1 FRANCES CLAIRE CARTER NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BA. A0TI,fI1BK,XACIJ President Wome11's Student Council, '29-'30, Treasurer Phi Beta Kappa, MILDRED Cisco BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Candidaie for BA. A O H Co-Editors. '27-'28, Stunt Night Com-- mittee, '28, Three Arts, '28, '29, '30 REBECCA CLAIBORNE BROWNSVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BA. K A 9, H E fb SOLOMON' FRANKLIN COPE Mc MINNVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BA. 4? B H Skull and Bones Club. College of Vcylrts and Science 1 MARVIN BROWN CORLETTE- NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for Bud. 'P A 9 Skull and Bones Club, '27-'28, Soph- omore Honor Roll, '27. DONALD HOGAN CRAM NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidaie for BJI. A X A. O A I' Ace Club. '27, Freshman Basketball. '27, Basketball, '29-'30, Captain Bas- ketball, '30, S. I. C. Tennis Cham- pion, '28, Vanderbilt Tennis Cham- pion. '27, '28, '29, Captain Tennis Team, '28, '29, Pan-Hellenic Council, '29 '30, Spanish Club, '29, Sopho- more Honor Roll, Commodore Club, '30, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '30. I. VAULX CROCKETT NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BA. fIfA9.fI-'BK,TKA,OAI' Captain Freshman Track, Chairman Freshman "Y", Sophomore Honor Roll, Student Council. '29, '30, Presi- dent Student Council, '30, Honor Committee, '28, '30, Student Activi- ties Board, '30, "Y" Cabinet, '29-'30, President "Y," '30, Business Mana.- ger HY" Directory. '29-'30, President Phi Beta Kappa., Classical Club, '27, '28. THOMAS HILL CROCKETT o13IoN, TENN. Candidate for BJI. College of cvfrts and Science 1 JAMES CRUTCHER NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for B.Al. A T A DOROTHY CULBERT NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidale for BA. K A 9. X A 419 CO-Editor Business Manager "I-Ius tler," '29-'30g Stunt Night Commit- tee, '29. ROLLIN AUGUSTUS DANIEL, IR. OLD HICKORY, TENN. Candidate for BA. A T SZ, A K K Skull and Bones Club. ROBERT MADISON DARNALL ORION, TENN. Candidate for BA. B 9 H Skull and Bones Club. I I-,v,Iy,,x l - I College of 014115 and Science Y FRANK MORRISON DAVIS CORINTI-I, MISS. Candidate for BA, A X A. Skull and Bones Club, '28-'29, '29- '30p Black Jack Club, '28, '29, '30. CLARICE DIX NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BJI. X A fl! CHARLES K. DONOHO LAKELAND, FLA. Candidate for BA. A X A Band, '26, '27, 'ZSQ Sophomore Honor Rollg Black Jack. ' ROBERT E. DUNN, JR. NASHVILLE, TENN. . Candidale for BJI. K A Vice-President Sophomore Class: Owl Clubg Freshmzm Football, Football, '27, '2S. College of Qfilrts and Science 1 MARTHA ANNE EATHERLY NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BA. 1' ill B Tm-ee Arts cum. -2s-'29, '29-'30 Pianist VZl.I1C18l'lJllt Sin,-:ers '28-'29 v '29-'30, EUGENE T. ELLISON STEVENSON, ALA. Candidate for BA., M.D. A T A. fl, X Owl Clubg Skull and Bones. FRANCES HOVl'ARD EWING NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for B..4. A O H DOROTHY FINK HoPKINsvILLE, KY. Candidate for BJI. I n ik -ul A , 1 ' A :, I' I - A-.5 C IX Eg-'ir -W5 Mn If 2215, IQMP' ef1!.'Eg'.-li-veil' my-,gb.fy1f-fe.: ,Lg N-I: ,A L11 '--1-2. ,LA 1 '-A, -179. ,L ff fra- apr: 1, ,. T.: "eq '.:.gL . --' .fx-:Z 2.-,Q-15.334-.55 5' f , ,Qagffflg.'3Y,:fQP,'fyQ' K-, . . f xx zligbggp vi , 'H g l --A 1-A - A -- A . f ' 15 JX. " :PZ-'2 5f'.,2"'-" f I- -X - Q , x'f5?f Ei., Ti3'5 fQ:14f'.,.. 1 . I f - . - f N N- '-swf'--r-I -Y ' - - -f - X- x "I-si .NV 'nf - N. A-X 'M' l '5"f"' ' ,If A 5 , L -., ,.,., ..,, A N. Q-' .,fLIHi'w ,IZ ,tg ,, " ' ' ,, .41 Y, I I Xl ,ffl . .f-1--X.,,'Jf1,-Q., ..-Q L 'IJ Q -, Q-. 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Y, r:,,f :f:""f7,7f,,f2,7fQ 3 ig.--Y ' ,A I '4ffv'K','iifHj QYXT A .II X- I, I , College ofpeffrts and Science Y SYLVIAN JOEL FISHMAN- JACKSON, TENN. Candidate for B.AI. Z B T Skull and Bones Club: Black .Tack Club. OLIVE MAY FLETCHER NEW ORLEANS, LA. Candidate for B..4. A A A Y. VV. C. A. MARTHA M. FOSTER NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for 13.4. K A 9 ELIZABETH FRAZIER NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BA. A O H Chairman Honor Committee, '29-'SOQ SecI-etary-Treasurer G. A. A., '30g Student Council, '29-'SOL Chairman Junior Class, '28-'29, Co-Editors. '27- '2S, Bachelor Maides, '28-'29-'3Og Y. W. C. A.: G. A. A., '27, '28, '29, '30g Sophomore Basketball. College of Qflrts and Science 1 REGINA FUIIRER GREENWOOD, Miss. Candidate for BA. fl? B K. X A KP Classical Club, '27-'28-'29: Gorman Club. '28-'29g Sophomore Honor Roll. ELIZABETH FUTRELL UNION CITY, TENN. Candidate for BJ4. 2 K Student Council, '28, '29, '30g Honor Committee, '29g President G. A. A.. '29g Vice-President, 'SOQ Bachelor Maides, '29-'303 Vanderbilt Singers, '29, Pan-Hellenic Council, '27, '28, '29, '303 President, '30. MARY VARINA GAITHER NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BA4. C A A A Dramatic Club, '27-'2S: Eta. Sigma Phi, '27-'28-'293 Lot0S Eaters, '27- '28g Sophomore Honor Roll, '2Sg Y. W. C. A. WILLIAM DUNCAN GALI3IzBEAI'H MEMPHIS, TENN. Candidate for B.XI. 2 A E, O A I' "Hustle1"' Staff, '27-'2S: Assistant Manager Track, 'ZS-'29g Pan-Hellenic Uouncil, '28-'29g Black Jacks. '2Sg Commodore Representative Senior Clzlssg Manager Track, '29-'30. College of cv4rts and Science 1 ELIzABE'I'H GARNER BELL BUCKLE, TENN. Candidate for 13.14. 2 K Eta Sigma Phi, '27g Vanderbilt Sing- ers, '27-'ZS-'29g Y. W. C. A. MAR'l'l'IA VVARREN GERHARIJT MURFREESBORO, TENN. Candidate for BA. K A 9 Rox' MARSH GIBSON PINEVILLE, KY. Candidate for BA. df A 9, 0 A I' Frcshnmn Football and Trackg Var- sity Football, '27-'28-'29g Varsity Basketball. '2Sg Varsity Track. '28- '29-'BOQ Captain, '30: Sophomore Honor Roll 3 President Commodore Clubg Y. M. C. A. Boardg Owl Club. ANNIE MARY GRACEY FRANKLIN, TENN. Candidate for B.H. A A A Lotus Eatersg Y. NV. C. A. College of olrts and Science 1 CLAIRE BLODAN GRAHAM NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for B.H. NOVICE GRAVES scoTTsvILLE, KY. Candidate for BA. I'fI'B Vanderbilt Singers, '28-'2!-Jg Three Arts Club, '28-'29-'30g Skull and Bones Club. EMMA ELIZABETH GREEN NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BAY. K A 9 Y. W, C. A. cabinet, '29-'ao. BUEOIID DEERING GREEK NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for 13.14. Truck, '29-'30g Sophomore 1-louor Roll. N ,l, I N . ," ll: 'X 3 V, xv , Y.,-1, Cx MQ. . X E. .V . I x- N A 'V -- 'I f X v x X f , .I X, 1 IA K' mln .f , , Wilxr Ftuwd' - 'xi I ', ,fe A . eil ,, -'-1, 1 ' .--- . ., A, ,Ip ','.gl'xE 3,-1'5" - ff," ' I 'XX 'III'-.J-,f,f,,f,, . X I 1 xg 1 X N , College ofe4rts and Science Y REBECCA 4HALL NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BA. A A A "HuStl6I", Staff. '28-'29 '29-'30 M. SIDNEY HANCOCK CLAEKSVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BJ1. H, H. HARGROVE PITTSBURC, TEXAS Candidate for BA. H K A HENRX' L. HARRELL WOODBURY, TENN. Candidate for BJI. fb B Il Blue Pencil Club, '27-'28: Freshmzm Delegate to Milwaukee Y. M. C. A. Conference. '26-'27, Skull and Bones Club, '27-'28, '28-'29, ffr ff z Ltr- - - ' I 1.-gl. WU, 51- , gg: '.,-'Evil .L ' H'-l C'-ff'.'5f X, , 'JT' 1 'G "N if J".fI. f!!j4I,f.,f, .-, ,3jj,q.V' L., 1' ' f X -I , N 'V' , !f'j5Z'1i'5?iE1"'f.fgj5 'A 1 'fre f H ,.'ie,':x,ff:i :m?e.fs' fe., -L - X f fi'-Znf-.P 'a,lj?"fQkfi1."I-A,:i4'-f2?3i'Q-I . ,Af-, :-fyfl' 'I'-21 CNW? 'AWE fiflfli f"g,1,Q,rlv,5 1--,EQ -fgil V K Cf' 2'l5'L'IQf5,lJt' y- 'Q41---4--?i'Il'.jJv' bi?-:-1, ' f- 1 ff.2Q"f 2 zfafiffiggg ' ' X'-wfv, mf, f fm t- I ' I, Ljmfll H- -If . , 'W , j ,,, Q .gffff -ff.. -f',w'21'flI',f'.l ' .,3, I ",,'fH.fIl',f' ff? mfflg. 3 ' I ' I I f , - mf ., , , -. , 1 lil' 'I -X y, ,..,,.,jf, 1 I . -.E-' f it ,,,,. 1 ' 4 X ff ,z V College of cv4rts and Science I 1 CAROLYN HARRIS NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for B.I4. A E 41, X A GIF P3111-Hellenic Council, '28-'29. '29-'30, Classival Clubg French Club: Sopho- more Honor Roll, Co-Ed "Hustler" Staff: Bachelor Maicles, '28-'29, '29- '30g Frencli Club Play. ORION VVENDELL HARRIS NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidale for Bfl. 41 BQII Skull and Bones, '27-'2S: Vice-Presb dent, '23-'29, Vanderbilt Glee Club, '27-'28, '28-'29g Vanderbilt Singers, . ' '27-'28, lYT2ITl2lgQl', '28-'29. V ROBERT. JENNINGS ITIARRIS, JR. . M-URFIiE,EsBORO, TENN, V Candidate for B.l4. KiSSaI'n Board! '27-'28: Ihterliatiolml Relatlousy Clubzfi-Sophomore Houm- 011. FLORENCE l, HAYES NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidaze for BA. 1 A O II' C. A.. '28-'Z9: Treasurer Jun- IOP' Class. '29g Junior Basketball Tl-am, '295 G. A. A, ' ,f:j'.Q..f!'l 5.1 if ff: M.- i ' ff V , ..,-:iii-. ' Li.-V ,ix wif- 111.1 -'Nj -7 .K gf-it .d.f,f., fl, I. r. ,,,,- .- . .ml 3 -il, L 4,-.L ,,. I.. ,- ,I -,,- . Ly - . ,I - ,fu -1 1.x , f ,V-ff-7' ' College of C-Arts and Science Y W. R. PIILLMAN JACKSON, TENN. Candidate for B..f4. 2 A E Swimming Team. NEWTON DEUEL HOLEROOK TIIOMASTON, CONN. Candidate for 12.14. SALLY BELLE HUBBELL NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for B.H. C0-Editors, '27. CI-IARLES H. HUDSON Mc ALISTER, OKLA. 'Candidate for BJI. EX Commodore Club: Glee Club College of cdrts and Science 1 MAYES I-IUME FRANKLIN, TENN. Candidate for BA. A K E VVILMA LOUISE l'IUN'1'LEY NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BA. B K GERRITT V. HUTCPIINSON INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Candidate for BA. fl' K NI' Cap and Bells, '29-'30. FRANCIS JOSEPH IRELAND. HELENA, ARK. Candidate for BA. A T A FlESlll'l'l21l'l Trackg Varsity Basketball ' Squad. 'ZS-'30s Varsity Track, V 2 203 Pan-Hellenic Council: Owl ' College ofcvfrts and n Science . I I 1 i E MARX' EVELYNNE JENKINS MEMPHIS, TENN. I . 2 Candidate for BA. L E K ' Eta Sigma PIII. I B. ALEXANDER ,ToHNsoN S LAKE WALES, FLA. Candidate for BJ4. B G TI Glee Club Accompanist, '27, '28, '29. FRED D. KELLY PULAEKI, TENN. Candidate for 12.1-7. A T Q A Freshman Football, '25: Varsity Football. '26-'27-'2Sg Owl club, '2s. , EDNA FAIREANKS KING NAsHvILLE, TENN. . Candidate for BA. 5 I A A A, fb B K J Secretary Y. W. C. A., '27-'28, '28- ilub Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Alternate , Q '25lg Student Industrial Commission, tvurlc Captain, '30g Masqueracler ' f '27-'28, Chairman, '28-'29g Treasurer Staff- I Y. W. c. A., '29-'so. I . , I I V , i ig! X f , ,, -N-L, . 'V V, W A: Li V i ' I . .. 'A K :iw buff -7f'f.f"e i ' kj N W F X M 'J 1 ff Ll, K-.L,--, - -V In -311: ,- ,-A 'A 'I 4 .A Auf- :tv A- 'ff' A f -' A -A f1f555-'3,Nv- ,.,,- XA. --. 5:-if: III ' C T-if - I 'IL' 1, 2.7 "if, 1' ' f. ' - . .J - A, , , College of cffrts and Science 1 LEO M. KEUI-IN GAINESVILLE, TEXAS Candidale for BA. 2 X MARTHA DAVIS LAMBETH NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for B..'l. A A A ' Lotos Eaters. '28: Librarian of Van- derbilt' Singers '28, '29. '30, Chair- man Stunt Night, '29, TI'ea.sui'e1' Vanderbilt Co-Ed Athletic Associa- tion, '29, President Vanderbilt Cu- Ed -Athletic Association, '30, Presi- dent Three Arts '30, Winner Te1111iS Singles, '28, Vice-President Y. W. C. A., '29, '30, ,LEON S. LEVY SHELBY, Miss. .Candidate for B.f7. . ' z B T Band, '27, Cap and Bells, '29, Pan- Hellenic, '30. JOHN P. LEWIS NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate 'for BA. ,w.,,l.If,,,a,. . , ., , -s...-3 f- -- ff, fi' ,ir . --v . Cliff :il 'l'l3'f1.'?3"Iq.5A' rl-ff 1' I.-1-'L.--I-v-..-'gg X-- .- .Ll -' "1 'iffizjg ,fGZ.fP:yfPg::. -:,t.g-.,NZJ - .fa - S-J.. M- ' -V -X ' X11 ,.,1'1'l.1fY."'f.fg.- 1:-' Q-c A f.'.,,..:, ' " f' ' X I ' I' .1 :A -cw, I i x,jg,,I,,.,,,'1, .-,3,, .. N. , ,,i ,,. W V - - L,l J fl I J J V ,,., . ,.,.- . -- ,lw I.-'a,.IQ . ..1'.f'f'1' . ,. F51 771 -ff --Q fl L,"-ll, S... College of 04115 and Science 1 I. T. LIPE LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Candidate for BA. BGTI Owl Club, Student Council. '27-'29, SGCr'Gtf11'y, '28-'29, Pan-Hellenic, '29, Goophey- Football, Football Squad, '28, Baseball. '29, '30, Skull and Bones Club, Commodore Club. WARREN C. LOKEY AUGUSTA, GA. Candidate for BA. A T fl Prclrsiclont Senior Class. '29-'30, A. S. C. E. '27-'28, President Junior Class, '23-'-29: Commodore Club. '29-'30, Vice-President Commodore Club, '29- '3O: Owl Club, '28-'29, Ace Club, '27- '2Sg Pan-Hellenic Council. '28-'29, Student Council, '28-'29, Chairman Llltl'2lTIl'l.l1'2l1 Athletics, '28-'29, Varsity Football, '28-'29, '29-'30. SIM LOVELADY HARTSELLE, ALA. Candidate for BA. OW1 Club. '27-'2S: Skull and Bones. '27-'28-729, Assistant Manager Base- ball, '28, Manageli Baseball, '29, Gylee Club, '28-'29, Honor Committee, '29, Pam-Hellenic, '28, Vice-President Skull and Bones. '29, ,Commodore ' Club, '29, ' I-IERMINE LOWENSTEIN NASHVILLE, TENN. ' Candidate for B.Al. Co-Editor, Vice-President G. A. A.. '29, Vice-President Pan-Hellenic. '29, Bachelor Maicles, Freshman, Sopho- rroro, Junior Basketball, President ltaian Club, '29, Spanish Club. '28: Bvsincss Manager Stunt Night, '30, Vice-lTrosicleIIt Student Council, '30. College of elrts and Science 1 Louis Low ENSTMN NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for 13.14. Z B T Freshman Basketball, '26g Varsity Basketball, '27-'28-'29g Varsity Ten- nis, '28-'29: Blue Pencil Club. '28-'29: Calumet Club. 729: Ace Club, '273 Pan-I-Iellenic, '28-'29g Band, '2G-'27- '28. PAUL W. MCGAUGPIY TUPELO, Miss. Candidate for BA. fb A 9 Freshman Footballg Varsity Football, '26-'ZS-'29, Glee Club. '29-'30, Com- modore Club. . JOHN LOWRY MCGILL NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidaie for BA. H Z fl? EUGENE MCILWAIN WHITEVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BJI. E A E Owl Club, Freshman Football.. 'ZGQ Varsity Football, '27-'ZS-'29, Base- ball, '28-'29, I M . j,lib,..! V, .. f '.4,,lf!, MX J yr ' 1'1S1f'fw' ' "Zi-3 ' -. ,, . c vw --.,'1"' f- 3.3-4 fi '-figgel,-ff-- ' -lf. J If -i3'li?:J"i-f'Ls'r-ffl -1-'A tw L College Of, Odrts and Science 1 ALEX MCNEILL ATLANTA, OA. , Candidate for BA. 411 A 9 Editor Hustler, '29-'30: Calumet Club, Student Council: Artus Club, Commodore Board. '30. ROYAL ,EDWARD MAIDEN, JR. NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BA. 9 X JOHN M. MASON CLARlCSVlLLE, TENN. Candidate for B.H. B 9 TI Owl' Club, '27. JOHN THOMAS MASON, JR. MCMINNVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BA. fl' K E, fl? X Secreta,1y-Treasurer Blue Pencil Club, '27-'2,8g Vanderbilt Singers, '26-'27, '27-'2Sg President. '28-'29g Skull and Bones Club, '27-'28, President, '28- '29g Glee Club. '29-'30: Commodore Club, '29-'30. SK 55.155 ' 7.25 I, . - , .AM V f , ,-J,-will .Ax 4, -V 1 , , -gli 1' Qf.-f,2. . -f-:',.. f.. ' i---iw,,L.l.i 'lf 727 f'i7fTLf-lf ' 5 ' 'f TA ' fi- L ff 12-' ffl' li -A 3' i 'ffm Dwi' 44:9 l N 2 1 flfff bl Y "Ah: ' H - N "fi ' wi J 52,1 1 l ' . Q-' .fff ff V ' ' '- ' 174 w',f'L l A HF ' -, 4 1 l 'l." H ' ,L illf. I , . I .NVQ V, f 'c. ff" is ., - ' ff' l ' XL' --' 1 , . College of Mrts and Science 1 IRA HUGHES MATTHEWS NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidale for Bud. E X Artus Club. JAMES WORTHAM MERCKE LOUISVILLE, KY. Candidate for BA. E X KATHERINE E. MILLER ANCON, CANAL ZONE Candidate for Bud. E K Vanderbilt Choir. KATHERINE MONTGOMERY STURGIS, MICH. Candidate for BA. 1' QI: B College of C.-Arts and Science Y MARY MOREPIEAD NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for Bud. K A 9 Presiclc-nt Y. TV. Cz A., '29-'30g Pan- T-Iellenic Council, '28-'29-'30g Student Council. '29-T303 Bachelor Maides. '29-'30g Blue Ridge Delegate. HAROLD VAN MORGAN MARTIN, TENN. Candidate for BA. A T A Glee Club, '28-'29, '29-'30: Leader Glee Club Orchestra., '29-'30g Pan- Hellenic Council, '29-'30. ELIZABETH NICHOLS NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for Bud. E K Three Arts Clubg Eta Sigma Phi: Sophomore Honor Roll, SARA HERBERT NOLEN FRANKLIN, TENN. Candidate for BA. A A A President Lotos Eaters. '27-'ZSQ Bach- elor Maides, '28-'29-'30g Student Ac- tivities Board, '27-'2Sg Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '29-'30g Eta Sigma Phi, '28- '29-'30g Pan-Hellenic Council. '28-'29- '30g Secreteiry-TI'easuI'er Senior Class. College of oArts and Science 'f ELIZABETH NORTON NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BA. ROBERT EUGENE ORR HARTSELLE, ALA. ' Candidate for BJI. fb A G Ace Club: Varsity Baseball, '29-'30Q Black Jacks. DOROTHY OVERALL NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BA. A O II Lotos Eaters, '27-'28g Three Arts. '28-'29g Secretary-Treasurer of Three Arts, '29,-'30g Student Council, '28- '29, '29-'30g Girls' Honor Committee. '28-'29g Treasurer of Pan-Hellenic, '29-i'30g Chairman of Girls' Pa,n-Hel- lenic, '28,-'29, MARY PADGETT NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BA. K A 9 I 'N X-" Af. '25, ffg'f'flJ' 1' alive" ,, IA, ,. I ,, , , ,, , .,, 'Lf ,:j!'.A-V IL. , ,, 'WL ,-171.352-V , A ft, . . 1 ff AH-1, ,,, , , -V, Y, it . N .,- ,- I ,.,, I L ..L,x ,I L L I I 1 ,f -1 ,,II,I,.V,, ,, , Y 1 , -. , . ,. , , - ,,!,,I,A--,. -. College of offrts and Science 1 , FRANK TIRRILL PARKER NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BA. 2 X IRA EDWARD PARKER, IR. NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BA. 2 X GI-III, '23-'29-'20, WILLIAM S. PORTER NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BA. 2 X Swimming Team, '26-'27-'28-'2 X571-IAYNE S. QUIN GUTHRIE, KY. Candidate for BA. 2 A E Football, 'ZS-'29. A I f ' I ,, ,. -L , II I, College of olrts and Science 1 MARGARET BOOTHE RAWLS NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for 12.14. A 0 TI TPIELMA ARMANDA RICHMAN NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for 3.14. F fl' B ROBERT BARTLETT ROACH FAYETTEVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BJ4. A K E Commoder Clubg Sophomore Honor Rollg Eta Sigma Phig Owl Club: Business Manager "Masquerader." '29g B1ue'Penoil Club: Forensic Coun- cilg Manager of Cap and Bells, De- bating Team, '29-'30. MARTIN S. ROBERTS NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for B.E. E N College of Qf4rts and Science 1 JOSEPH ROSENBLOOM, IR. JACKSON, TENN. Candidate for BJ. Z B T Eta Sigma Phig Blue Pencil Clubg "Hustler" Staff, '28-'29g Managing Editor "Hustler," '29-'3O. HENDRIX ROWELL PINE BLUFF, ARK. Candidate for Bal. BAE Secretary-Treasurei' Sophomore Classy Owl Club, Student Council, Assist- ant Manager Fooiball, '283 Manager Football. '29g Secretary-Treasurer Junior Class: Commodore Club, Track Team, '28-'29: President Fresh- man Law, Y. M, C. A. Cabinet, '28- '29g Vice-President Y. M. C. A., '30, CHARLES HENRY RUTHERFORD, IR. NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BA. A T A Glee Club. MARY OLIVIA RUTLEDGE NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BA. A O TI Classical Club, spanish Club: Sopho- more Honor Rollg Phi Beta Kappa. College of cvilrts and Science 'f EWING SELIGMAN NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BA. BESSIE SHORE NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for B.Al. MAIJGE COMERS SLAYDEN WAVERLY, TENN. Candidate for BA. Z K Tiachelor Maides, FRIEDERIC RUSSELL SMITH, IR. " COLORADO SPRINGS, COL. Candidate for BA. 'IP A 0 College of cvlrts and Science 2 f 5 I , VVILLIAM PIPKIN STONE' I NASHVILLE, TE-NN. , Candidate for 13.14. II Wrestling Team, '28-'29: Football I '2s. I JAMES -ROBERT STONE LAWIIENCEEURG, TENN. Candidate for B.f1. K A I IOE MALLORY' STRAYHORN I I NASHVILLE, TENN. 1 Candidate for B.Al. l I A K K, fb B K W' Skull and Bones Club. I I I VVILLIAM HUSTON 'IXANKSLEY NASHVILLE, TENN. y Candidate for BA. TI K A. 113 B H skuu and Bones cmb. '21-'28, '28- '29g Vice-President Freshman Med- ical Class, '29-' 30. 4 College of CIAYIS and Science 1 CORA THOMAS NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for Buff. K A 9 FRANK MOREIIEAD THOMAS BOWLING GREEN, KY. Candidate for BJI. KT? K WI' Black Jacks, '2s-'29. EDWARD ALLISON THOMPSON, IR. KERRVILLE, TENN. 'Candidale for BA. TI K A Pan-Hellenic Council, '29-'30g Ser- geant-at-Arms Senior Class, '29-'30, GEORGE WATKINS THOMPSON LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Candidate for BA. 2 A E Commodcre Board, '28-'29, Black Jacks, '2S. College of elvis and ' Science 1 JOHN THOMPSON NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for 13.14. A T SZ, E T Sophomore Honor Rollg Blue Pencil Club, '26-'27g Vice-President Blue Pencil Club, '27-'28, '29-'30g Assist- ant Editor Masuuerader, '28-,295 Managixlgf Editor of Masquerader, '29- '30g Hustler Staff, '27-'28. WOOOARO C. TIPTON DYERSBURG, TENN. Candidate for 13.14. q, K qf Sergozmt-a.t-Arxns Freshman Law. FRANK FORT TRUE ADAIRVILLE, KY. Candidaie for Bd. HIP K XI' Owl Club, '29, Black Jacks. EDVVARD BECK VAUGHN CLINTON, KAY. Candidate for B.A. H K A Band, '26-'27, College of cvfrts and Science 1 EUGENE THOMPSON WALKER , HOMEURG, ARK. Candidate for Bud. K A Nemo Club: Baseball Team, '22-'24, Basketball Team, '22-'23-'24. JOHN CROCKER WALKER, IR. MARSHALLVlLLE, GA. Candidate for BA. . JAMES W. WARD AMARILLO, TEXAS Candidate for BA. 2 X Skull and Bones. HOWELL EDWARD WARNER, JR. NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for 13.5. fl' K XI' Freshman Football: Vice-President Freshman Class: Ace Club: President Sophomore Classy Vice-President of Junior Class, Varsity Football, '27- 'ES-'29g Vice-President Senior Glassfg Cap and Bells. I 7-CT fn mn, -A X College of Qffrts and Science 1 OLiv1A STEPHENSON WEAVER TUPELO, Miss. Candidate for 13.14. K A 9 TI-IOMAS T. VVEBB WEBB, MISS. Candidate for Bfl. fl? A 9 Freshman Swimming Team, Most Physically Perfect SODIIOITLOYSQ Base- ball, '28-'29-'30g Eta Sigma Phi. CLARENCE VVEEMS SONGDA, KOREA Candidate for B..-I. TI K A I'IORACE V. WELLS, JR. NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for B.Al. K A Assistant Track Manager. '26-'27g Honor Committee Freshman Law. ' -.w , Ax-t,, 1 My . .pf X College of cvifrts and Science f , ELIZABETH LOUISE WENNING NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BA. ' A O TI President of German Club, '28-'29, President of Chi Delta Phi, '29-'30. OLIN WEST, IR. CHICAGO, ILL. Candidate for 13.14. 'fb A 9, ff? B K, B T Sergeant-at-Arms Sophomore Class: Sophomore Honor Roll, Calumet Club, '28-'29: President, '30g Student Activities Board, '28-'29-'303 Presi- dent. '29-'30g Secretary Y. M. C. A., 'ZS-'29, Y. M. C. A. Board of Direc- tors, '29-'30g Secretary Phi Beta Kappa, '30g Assistant Editor '29 Commodore, Track Squad, '28-'29: Editor Commodore. '30. DON ELGIN VVILSON PADUCAH, KY. Candidate for BA. fi? K N11 FRED P. WHITNEL FULTON, KY. Candidate for BA. A K E Glce Club, '27-'28-'29g Manager, '2S- I '29 I X , W , ' ' - College of cv4rts and Science -f JOHN BALLARD WILLIAMS GREENEIELD, TENN. Candidaie for BA. Tennis, '26-?27g Debating Teani, '29 '30 MARTHA ELEANOR WILLIS LODGE, s. C. Candidate for BA. ANNA WHITE NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidaie for BA. K A 9 Three Arts Club: Art Editor Mas queracler. E. BUENIOE YAIIEROUOH NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for BA. A A A Secretary of Chi Delta Phi. '29-'30 Vanderbilt Singers. '27-' 28. V School of Engineering Y EVERETI H. BALES THOMPSONS, TENN. Candidate for B.E. T A ' Sergeant - at - Arms, '29, Kissam Board. '29, Secretary A. S. C. E., '30, Sophomore Honor Roll: Kirk- patrick Prize, UU. RICHARD A. BRADEN NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for B.E. fl! A 9 Vif:e'President Freshmen lE1'1g'Il'l69I'SQ Secreta,1'y-Treasurer Sopliolnore Engi- neers, President Junior Engineersg Vice-President Senior Engineers, Baseball, '28, '29, A. S. C. E. MARK' BRADFORD, JR. NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for B.E. K A Secretary Honor Committee, '28, '29, Manager Basketball, '29. '30, Com- modore Clubg President Pan-Hellenic, '28, '29. CHARLES ROBINSON BRAMWELL NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for B.E. H K A A. S. C. E., '27, '28g A. S. M. E.. '29 '30g Secreta.ty-Treasurer Engineers, '29, '30. School of Sngineering 1 ROBERT BRUCE CARNEY JOELTON, TENN. - Candidate for B.E. A. s, M. E., '28, '29, '3o. DAVID COHDN NASHVILLE, Candidate for B.E. DOUGLAS P. DAVIS NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for B.E. A. S. M. '28, '29, '30. ROBERT EWING DUNAWAY NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for B.E. A X A. T A President A. S. M. E., '29, School of Engineering 1 BENJAMIN JAMES EDWARDS , NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for B.E. A. S. IM. E., '28, '29, '30. HARRISON HAYWOOD GREEN NASHVILLE, TENN. A Candidate for B.E. K A, T A Sophomore Honor Roll, '27g A. S. C. E.g Student Activities Board, '29, '30. JOHN PEARRE HAMILTON A NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidaic for B.E. T A Sophomore Honor Roll. '28g Presideiit A. S. C. E., '303 President Tau Delta. LUCIUS GRAHAM HAMPTON, IR. WARREN, ARK. Candidate for B.E. EAE I School of Engineering Y JOHN SCUDDAY HERBERT NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for B.E. 111 A 9 Vice-President Engineers, '28g Secre- tary A. S. M. E., '29g Varsity Foot- ball Squad. '27, '28, '29g Freshman Football, '26g Owl Club, '28g Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '27, '28g Student Coun- cil, '27, '28, President Junior Engi- neers. ALBERT WILLIAMS HUTCHISON, IR. NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidale for B.E. 2. A E, T A Ace Clubg Honor Committeeg A. S. C. E. HAROLD D. LINDSAY PALM BEACH, FLA. Candidate for B.E. A K E President Senior Engineering Class: Ace Club, Owl Club: Trea.su1'er A. S. C. E., '29, '30, A. S. C. E., '27, '28, '29, '30, Sophomore Honor Roll: Black Jack: Swimming Team, ,27- '28, 'ZS-'29. PENN MULLOWNEY NASHVILLE, TE-NN. Candidate for B.E. T A Vice-President A. S. M. E.g Swim- ming Squad. '2 9. School of En gineerin g Y VVILLIAM BOONE NOEL NASHVILLE, TEN-N. Candidate for B.E. II K A A. S C. E.: Commodore Rernresent- ' ative of Civil Engineers of '30. LLEWELLYN CARDIFF OAKLEY, JR. EVANSVILLE, IND. Candidate for B.E. A. S. C. E. I. F. PI-IELPS HOUSTON, TEXAS Candidate for B.E. HARRY B. SWANEY GALLATIN, TENN. Candidate for B.E. T A Tumbling Team. School of Engineering 'f ALLISON GARNER TRICE NASHVILLE, TENN. ' Candidate for B.E. A T A Owl Club, '27. THOMAS BUFORD TURNER, JR. LOUISVILLE, KY. Candidate for B.E. FRANK SEYMOUR WISE NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for B.E. ' A E H, T A f Sophomore Honor- Roll, 'ZTQ A. S C. E. COLBERT BAKER WYNNS NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for B,E. 'I x W I I I , School of Jilledicine f LYNCH, D. BENNETT ' NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for M.D. 111 B II Masquerader Staff, '23-'24, '24-'25: Glee Club, '23-'24, '25-'26, '27-'ZSQ President of Sophomore Medical Class. '27-'28, VVINFREY PORTER BLACKBURN LAWRENCEBURO, KY. Candidate for M.D. A K K F RALPH S. BUVINGER WILKINSBURG, PA. Candidate for M.D. fp K If, A O A SAMUEL BROOKS CARUTHERS DUCK HILL, MISS. I n Candidate for M.D. if K 'Il School of Jledicine 1 -TOHN M. CHAPMAN WAXAHACHIE, TEXAS Candidate for M.D. '19 B TI President of Senior Class, '29-'30. PIALE ELLIOTT CULLOM NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for M.D. A K E, A K K V Freshman Medical Football, Captain 243 Freshman Banquet Committee. Chairman '25. DOROTHY EVELYN DONLEY COLUMBUS, OHIO Candidate for M.D. E K, A 9 A Honor Roll, '27. ROBERT M. FINKS PULASKIQ VA. Candidate for M.D. E N, 42 X School of 6714 edicine Y JOHN THEODORE GEXGER osHKosH, WIS. Candidate for M.D. A X A. fi: X ANNIE LIJVERNE HARRIS JACKSON, ALA. Candidate for M.D. E K, A S2 A Honor Roll, '27, ARCHIBALD C. HEWES GULEPORT, E Miss. Candidate for M.D. E A E, fit X VVithQl'SDDO11 Club. ROGERS LEE HILL WINEIELD, ALA. Candidate for M.D. A K K. A S2 A Honnr Roll, '26, School of 314 edicine Y JAMES LELAND HOLLAND MERIDIAN, Miss. . , Candidate for M.D. fb K E, 'P X Witlierspoon Club. :HARRY I'IIBBS JENKINS CODKEVILLE, TENN. Candidate for M.D. K 2, fi! X Tennis, '25, '26, Manager Tennis, '25g President Tennis Club, '26: Mas- querader, '25, '26g Secretary-Tz'eas- ui-er Freshman Medicine: Pan-Heb Ienic Council, '28, '29, '30g President Pan-Hellenic, '30g Student Activities Board, '30g Skull and Bones. EUGENE VANCE JOBE DERMA, MISS. Candidate for M.D. KD K NI' MARGARET T. KESLER NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for M.D. Y N I School of I-914 edicine f CHARLES L. KIRKPATRICIC LEBANON, TENN. Candidate for M.D. A X A, A K K HAROLD KLINGLER ALLIANCE, OHIO Candidate for M.D. BRUCE ALEXANDER KNICKERBOCKER X DALLAS, TEXAS Candidate for M.D. K A, A K K ROBERT HERMAN MAGRUDER CLINTON, KY. Candidate for M.D. fl' B Tl School of Siledicine 1 1 5 HORACE BARTON MCSWAIN 3 PARIS, TENN. 3 Candidafe for M.D. , K A. fl' X f Commodore R6Dl'GSGl1tHtiVG, '24-'25: ' Asslstant Manager Baseball, '26, , Skull and Bonesg Vice-President Freshman Meds, '26. '27, Witller- 1 SDOOII Club. f DAVID RIIODIN MURPHY, TR. . DAPIINE, ALA. Candidate for M.D. I fIfl'A,AKK,AQA Q Honor Roll. '28, '29, President Alpha. ' Omc-ga Alpha, '29, '30, 5 WILLIAM VERMON NEWMAN LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Candidate for M.D. B A E. Kp X l E JOHN 0. NEWTON BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Candidate for M.D. A T 52. A K K School of 3VIedicine 1 ERNEST H. PARSON MCALESTER, oKLA. Candidate for M.D. 2 X. KID B H, A S2 A ALLAN BRODIE RAMSAY GREENVILLE, s. c. Candidate for M.D. A T A, A K K JOHN MARSHALL SAUNDERS ELACKSEURY, VA. Candidate for M.D. E N, KD X Wit.hE1'spoon Club. I,- fffflik , , , 1 School of Jlfledicine 1 HILLIS LEIJEETTER -SEAY NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for M.D. fl, B H JOHN LYLE SI-IAW HICKMAN, KY. Candidate for M.D. CI' X. A 1' H JAMES STOKES SMITH FRANKLIN, TENN. Candidate for M.D. fi? B II Pre-Med Club. '24, '25, '26, Volley ' Ball Team ,27 CCity Championsj 1, K "r ,ig I, .6 fi-A -' ,V f w Q School of Ulledicine 1 LESLIE MCCLURE SMITI1 CARLISLE, KY. Candidate for M.D. 'lf B H VAN CARLTON TEMPLE HATI-IESBURG, MISS. Candidate for M.D. B 0 H, 'I' X EWELL IRVING THOMPSON CLARKSVILLE, ARK. Candidate for M.D. 112 B TI Eve Club. I School of 314 edicine 1 JOHN DONOVAN WEIBEL ERIE, PA. Candidate for M.D. A K K Assistant Football Coach, VilT1f'lt?I'1Jl1t '25 ROB-ERT DARWIN WESTPHAL YORKTOWN, TEXAS Candidate for M.D. President Junior Class. ROBERT J. VVILLIAMS PARKDALE, ARK. Candidate for M.D. 2 A E, ll! X School of Law i 1 FRANK M. BASS, JR. NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for LL.B. 'IP B K. YD A fl' Commodore Board. '29: Can and Bells Director. MARX IULIAN BoRoo MERIGOLD, MISS. Candidate for LL.B. Z B T Blue Pencil Club, '26-'27: Hustler News Editor, '26-'27: Sports Editor, '27-'28g Editor-in-Chief, 'ZS-'29, Stu- dent Council, '28-'29g Cap and Bells Field Manager, '28-'25lg Law School Honor Committee, '29-'30. CLAUDE CALLICOTI' RIVES, TENN. Candidate for LL.B. Foundefs Medal in Oratory, '29g Fo- rensic Council, '28-'29-'30g Debating Team, '28-'29g Secretary Student Ac- tivities Board. '28-'29-'30, Vice-Presf ident Senior Law Class, '30, School -of Law 'Y MAURICE DAVIS NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for LLB. A E TI HERSCHEL FINGER NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for LL.B. 2 X, I' H T, 111 B K President Senior Law Classy Student Council. RUFUS M. TIICKEY III NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for LL,B. 2 A E, fIP A KP Honor Council, '28-'29, Chairman of Honor Council Law School, '29-'30, 3, ,.,, ,,,,, , Y - W.. . - - A--f,w,---y ,U I .Y ,gy , j , . 47, Q ,Q ,... , . . ,-Q In 2,11 , I R. 3.3 - School of Law f JOHN SHELTON LUTON NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for LL.B. A X A Freshman Football, '25, Ace Club, '26-'27, Pan-Hellenic Council, '27-'28, Sergeant-at-Arms Junior Law Classy SECl'BtELl'Y-'f1'S3,SLlI'5I' Senior Law Class. KINNARD TAYLOR MCCONNICO, IR. NASHVILLE, Candidate for LL.B. 2AE,AEH,'I3A'I' Freshman Track, '24, Band. '25, '26, '27, '28, '29, Golf Team, '25-'26, Man- ager, '25, Cap and Bells, '29: Presi- dent Cap and Bells, '30, Student Council, '3O. FINLEY MCILWAIN NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidaie for LL.B. X CD Track. '27g Freshman Law Scholar- ship1 Commodore Representative Sen- ior Law Class: Director Can and Bells, '29: Can and Bells. '30: Stu- dent Activities Board, '30. 'Q-a'-44? ,, . ' pq -', , f 'f-lr ,gin E317 LIN, It--s 4-I 4 X I School of Law I 1 l l VVILLIFORD MAURICE MANN IIENNING, l Czzndidaic for LL.B. . qi K wp 3 SecI'etary-Treasurm' F'I'eslIITmn Law Class, '27, 'ZRQ Vice-President Junior I Law Class, '23, '29. X ., B. BYRNES NEAL DALLAS, TEXAS Candidafe for LL.B. fl' I' A, 1' H I' ISADORE R. SCIIULMAN NASHVILLE, TENN. Cmzdidatc for LL.B. A E II Sophomore Honor Roll. '27, School of Religion 'f FLOYD DEMPSY BALLARD WALTERS, VA. Candidate for B.D. MARSHALL S. BURNS LATHROP, Mo. Candidate for B.D. II K A Campbell Club. '29, President '30g Student Association Cabinet, '30: Student Activities Board, ,303 Cos- mopolitan Club, '30g Vanderbilt Singers, '29g Colloqua. Club. '29-'30. C. E. CATHEY NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for B.D. Elliott F. Shepard Prize. '29. IRBY ESMAN CRECGER RADEORD, VA. Candidate for B.D. Council of Student Association, '29, '30g President Senior Class, School of Religion, '30. IVAN CORDELL DUBOIS COOREVILLE, TENN. Candidate for B.D. H K A If l IQ! ,fi . x"'1Q , .lg I J? 5,1 ' -, 'Q -YZF' ',!"Xx1x'I'i, HL ,l ,I ,,., , 3 li, IN, .L ,'f1'f.jfQ,ig 1 1 If 'fa ' .I r V' 74.15 I f-I -swf I ,!f",.p.X, f 4,,,,,g-llfn , f nl sl H 1-'Q 4 Y -Iii .' Nl If . 1 VF, FT-fffril '- 14 1' 351' 'Ci ' nr,-'E' I ,,',fl4.',:g 5 fiffgl- if ,,- , ,IQ Fl, ,' J .1 I I ,I xv V yi- ! AV' 1. , 4 II, fl fi , l 7 l M. , 6 K 1' I I iv ll ., I , -, I l, Y . l l 2 nl , l -l l - x S. 1. - 7 School of 'Religion 1 STANLEY HARRISON DYSART NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for B.D. Wilbllii Fisk Tillett Prize in Christ Doctrine, '27-ZS. JAMES W. ELDER NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for B.D. BUFORD LINDSAY HAMILTON FAYETTEVILLE, TENN. Candidate for B.D. JOHN SNEED JONES BRENTVVOOD, TENN. Candidate for 114.14 . SUSIE C. 'KACHELHOEFE CAPE TOVVN, SOUTH AFRICA Candidate for B.D. ,mv . 1 . ,,, 4 , tl ,,.,.,:,,,.,.-::.,.,,-,L f fa. Yr- f' '- -' fi X "Y YN fl School of 'Religion ii a , , l I1 Il j CHARLES HARVEY MGCORD I ' MARSHALL, MO. Candidate for B.D. l GEORGE FREDERICK OWEN Q COLORADO SPRINGS, COL. I Candidate for B.D. GEORGE CLIFTON POWELL OMEGA, GA. Z Candidate for B.D. VVILLIAM HERBERT SAXON OLD ,HICKORY, TENN. Candidate for B.D. Florence Cornell Prize, '26s Elliott F. Shemaard Prize. '27. EDWARD TELFAIR SMALL ATLANTA, GA. candidate fm- ED. ' 'A Secretary-Treasurer of, Senior Class, School of Religion. '30g Member of Campbell Club, '29. :if FF,-R I :fray Q ,, , , I .. l ' T e I. - 1 , Al, l I l , A , ,fifpl L, .-fl. ilk' Q A g,,LQT?.-'Iig" L . ,V -, fxll S " ' '13, , I Q, , Q, T - -I 3 ,Q ,--., ,. -L . -- N -.. L ...,....L... ..,-. ,A -,. If ji- . I4 "Q-' W , . School of Religion 'f F. C. SMATHERS CANTON, N. C. Candidate for B.D. Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, ,291 Secretary Treasurer of the Student Associa tion. '30. HUGH E. STEELE SPAULDING, GA. Candidate for BD. JAMES FRANKLIN SWINEY NASHVILLE, TENN. Candidate for B.D. GEORGE DALLAS XNEST LYNGHEURG, VA. Candidate for B.D. H K A Vice-President Student Association Football, '27, '28. ,VVILLIAM jg WHITESIDE MccAsKILL, ARK. Candidate for B.D. Debating Team, '30. .-,e--. -.Y f -A 'ef S91 f R '19 'Ri L . , Q, RS u1i2.,::J,f'i-N., . .1 ,iff Q , ,,,v,,..5. N1 f.,.v .1 f 1,1-i.1,,.i,Y ,.,f1,N,, I : ,,.33n.. A-I .Qu 2. n. 6 f.,k-LCC-. -vvfslgf-,..f , ,L xrxp ' 'fi'-1 -'fv',-5 rf- N,c..1'A,gf-1-C - -iv, ' L . ' ,Ir V ,sc-' Li, 1. VP- ,il-w'f-v..E,f, . . W :Kia La-..-e, -7- . fgrnfi .v,.f.'-ff-7-:qc 'gV,:. -ggxkf .qiawgi ' 11.7-2 LW-.-.-....." ' '.-mai.: -M-' J V ' Y' f R T if figl NL -HL" - - w"" " 'f'N.1g,-- I 'C -mf , -2431?-1fiS1T?ifFZi'iriTT2,' f ' ' if Ari- L ?i'fi'ff" zQ15fYf1E.lX iy51"2'f?i.- -1-A I' ',l,J', iii? 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BENNIE Lou BUTTRAM i RUSSELLVILLE, ALA. I Candidate for R.N. A TI'l?HSlll'C?1' of Class of '29-'30. MARX' TABH-HA JOHNSON NASHVILLE, TENN. I Candidate for R.N. I Business Manager "Micron" Staff. 'ES-'29g Associate Editor "Micron," '29-'30. I ' u X i I . , i V MARGARET LOWE I ANN JONES CAMPBELL , ' EAGLEVILLE, TENN. 1 SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. I . Candidate or R.N. i Candzdate for R.N. I f 5 A O H W Vice-President Class, '28-'30. , . ' 1 f ,Ry-7 ' I 1 A E 4 ' ,- A- 'N I H . 5 fl. I fi i 5 ' 'N 2 ,, I N , , , -A, , T J'-, ' i ' lv A I.. 1 1 i i Q 1 . ' I ,W ,, , ,. ,,,V, , 7,V7 ,M , I 'fig Jfgpf' 5 , . ' X ,-f , , fx I I-.-A, fvffly Q -.,' ' 1 fl, X ' A -11 , ff, -" ,jlqgjf G, 6,22-i, ,K 5,5 3 QT4.-,,--:girl-rij 1 jg"'r"w,,I,f,q W 1 -'f -"4 I ufiei, -Lgdfligfi I rfjli 4 1 :L g , . . , , I if Q '-ff-.. 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Circulating Mmmgex' "Micron," '2Sg Society Editor "n1Iil'l'O11," '28 EDITH VVINGO TREZEVANT, TENN. Carzdidaie for R.N. GERTRUDE CARMEN YOUNG WILDER, 1-ENN. Caudidale for R.N. wg ...Rv.?5,gM ,gd ag A L., L.. if l sm' .1-L 'J gtg'-?f:.:r::::g, I.. BH: fief I'-:fd-.-ff--R - N . 1' Q 'E 3 ,QV f "A S- "'- 1 ' f 6' - - 1 I . 7 I A A. ' ' ' , "'A " " ' M R. BISHOP . - . . RosE BREYER . 1. . . . RUSSELL CALLEN MAURICE COBB JAN-E CURRIER . . . . F. G. BRIDGES . J. B. ADAMS . CAREY BRINGLE SAM L. CLARK R. L. D-OZIE'R . I.. VM. ESTES . W. A. 'FARMER ...A . ,p I q w I Y' , Seniors Without Plicmnmres cw-9 'College of Qfilrts and Sciences Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. . . Selma, Ala. Hopkinsville, Ky. Nashville, Tenn. MARGARET FRASER. . . j.EssI,E GA'KNE71"I' . ,LoUIs M. PHILLIPS TRIMBLEK SHARBER M. Woons . School of Law Pine Blulf, Ark. GEORGE E. PIKE . School of glledicine . . Eufaula, Ala. . Covington, Ky . . . .Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. . . Abilene, Tex. . Anderson, S. C. N. L. 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Crawford, M. Crockett, 11. Crockett. J u,Iun1iOIr' QJISISS COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES JOHN ASKEW . . . . . . Pruiolezzt ROSA PARSONS . . . . . Surgeon!-az-,4rm.v JOHN SMITH . . . . Vice-President TOM FUQUA . . . Commodore Representalifve TOM WEAVER . . Se0'etary-Trea.vuref EDWARD BRING!-IURST . . . . Honor Committee SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING JOE NEUI-IOEE . . .... Presideni VVESLEY DYER ...... Sergeant-at-Ar1n.v HARDEE KILGORE . . . . Vice-President C. E. DAIILINGER . Commodore Represenlaiifoe JOHN DEVOE . . .Secrezfary-Treasurer PIAROLD FOTRELL . . . , .Honor Commitiee SCHOOL OF LAW CHARLES GILBERT, JR. . . . President JAMES RUTHERFORD .... Sergeant-at-.firms SAM Y. CALDWELL. . . . . Vice-President R. VV. BOGARD . . Commodore Representczlifve LAWSON DAVIS . . . Secretary-Treasurer B. A. ROGERS ...... Honor Committee JOHN BATES . . . . . Honor Committee SCHOOL OF MEDICINE PRENTICE KNOX . . . . . Presideni IRVINC COWAN ..... Secretory-Treasurer PERRY PRIEST. . . . . Vice-Prexident SARAH PINHOMPSON . Commodore Representalifoe J. T. DAVIS . , . . . . Honor Comvniiiee 62 Hflbll V 5 C 5 ncimig THE COMMODORE, roao Qgg 11 nr " f ,du g I N 1111" :HI IHKQQ HI 1 I I Junior Class cffll GDepartment5 RICHARD ABERNA1'lIX', A T Q. . . . Pulaski, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences President Freshman Class, '26g Freshman Football: Freshman Traclig Varsity Football, '27, '28g Member Honor Committee, '26, '30g Chairman, '30- TIYIEODORE LEON ADAMS, A K K . Lexington, Ky. School of Medicine ELIZABETH AKERMAN . ..... Augusta, Ga. School of Nursing FRANK O. ALEXANDER, flr B ll . . Lexington, Ky. School of Medicine WILLIAM VVALLACE ALEXANDER . . Moulron, Ala. fb K Xl' School of Medicine Fellow of Gorges Medical Socirtyg Alchemist Club. EMILY Lois ALMON, E K . . School of Arts and Sciences HORTENSE AMBROSE, K A 9 - . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences GEORGE FERGUSON ARCHER, flv A 9, Greenville, Miss. School of Arts and Sciences Sophomore Honor Roll, Swimming Team, '293 Skull and Bones Club, '29, '30, Secretary. '30. JOHN CLARENCE ASKEW, E A E . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences President Junior Classy President Freshman Class, '27: Owl Clubg Freshman Football. 'ZTQ Football, '28-'293 Baseball, '29-'30. BRINAH EMlLiE BACK, A E dr . , Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts- and Sciences LOTTIE BARCO .,...... Tallahassee, Fla. School of Nursing VIRGINIA BARNES .... . . Lewisburg, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences VVILLIAM H. BARNARD, 4111 K Alf . Union Grove, Ala. School of Medicine JOHN M. BATES, A X A .... Nashville, Tenn. School of Law "Commodore" Board, '28-'29: I-lonor Council, '29-'30. WILLIAM J. BATTS ..... Cedar Hill, Tenn. School of Engineering LOUIE E. BAYLES, A T Q ..,. Anderson, Ala. School of Arts and Sciences STEPHEN BERARDINELLI . South Manchester, Conn. 411 B H School of Medicine LORRAINE CHURCH BEASLEY. . Centerville, Tenn. A O II School of Arts and Sciences ALMA CARTER BENNETT, 1' fb B . Franklin, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Nashville, Tenn. MAXWELL D. BERMAN .... . Camilla, Ga. School of Medicine NAOMI BINCI-IAM .... . , Bell Buckle, Tenn. School Ol' Nursing VVILLIS ALEXANDER BIRD . .Pasaclena, Cal. School of Medicine MARVIN L. BISSINGER . . .' . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences MAX BLOCK . . .... . Montclair, N. J. School of Medicine RICE VV. BCGARD, B 9 ll, fl, A fb . Clarksville, Tenn. School of Law Sccrctary-Treasurr r Junior Law Class. VVILLIAM MCDONALD HOLES llf K il' . Glasgow, Ky. School of Arts and Sciences Acc Club, 'ZS-'29, Vice-Presiclen1. Owl Club, '29-'30g Skull and Bonus, '28-'29-'30, VVILLIAM EDVVARD BONES, E N, 'Ill X . Pulaski, Va. School of Medicine MARGARET BRANSFORD, A A A . Union Ciry, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Svcl'cta,Lry-Trensnrer CO-Editors. '26-'2Tg Lotos Eaters, '28-'29, Vanderbilt, Singers, '26-'27, Sophomore Honor liollg Studcnt Couric-ilg Honor Committee, '28, KA'l'l'lI.EEN BRANTLEY ..... Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences JAMES LOWRY BRAY, 111 B II . Bowling Green, Ky. School of Medicine EDVVARD H. BRINGIIURST, B 9 ll, E T . Paducah, Ky. School of Arts and Sciences Blue Pencil Club, '28-'29g President Blue Pencil Club, '29, Classical Club, '28-'203 Honor Council, '29-'30, Sophomore Honor Roll. SARA ELIZABETH BROOKS. . .B-irmingham, Ala. School of Nursing JAMES ROLAND BROUN, if X . . Brooksville, Miss. f School of llledicine hfldical Club. ELEANOR BROWER BROWN, I' fb B . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Pan-Hellenic Council, '27-'28, '28-'29, Classical Club, '27-'2S. LIARRIS BROWN ...... Old Hickory, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences LUCIA CAEELL BROWN .... Spring Hill, Tenn. A A A, e A 111 School of Arts and Sciences VVILBUR KINSEY BRUBAKER . . . Greenfield, Ohio School of Arts and Sciences ELIZABETI-I ELOISE BUCHANAN . Brentwood, Tenn. E K School of Arts and Sciences 5g 1111 :HRS END THE Goiwniononn, ioso Ui :Ha lui A ill eliv A 1111 IH! ,-5. A Mgr, Q9 V:1:1:' :2E2:5:5:z::.. A.-',-EWS-::.., .,j:'2E3E5'i2E5.2:..,, ' ,. ,, '- j Q 2 ' 1 .ij ' - . I ,jf 'li , --.' bi A D V. ' .,,. 'f : - - ' V ' A-1: -' V- - 45:42 ,-11 V V ,eg.r.rs,.: , .fr-11:5 ,:- .V :.- . . X' .. " C A - 'V" " ' ' in I , Cf ' ' ' , " . - ' ' ' ' QQ I A' 1 . V ,,.g.,:,.i:f5ErE2?:f..V 5113, Am P b g,4i.1,,. V ., V -' ' 1-2 x , - f - ' ' ' - ' -- ' -" 'i -. ' ' ' l V - . ' l - ' .ef-.v1'6 A-435-Zi' 2. ? .. . - '53 f " ' ' 'Vr':xLr:-lem' X " '- Top Row-Cuninggini, J. Cunningham, P. Cunningham. Davis, DeVault. DoVoe, Dismukes, Dixon, ' Dodson, Second Row-Doud, Third RoWgFuqua, Harris. Fourth Row-Hart, Dominic X Douglas, Duncan, Dyer, Eastes, England. Ewing. Fletcher, Foti-ell. Gardner, C. Gilbert, T. Gilbert, M. Gilbert. Glenn, Graham, Grizzarcl. Hackney. Hemnleman, I-Iendrickson, Hill, Hipple, Holt. , Junior Class cAlll CDepartments ROBERT N. BUCHANAN, IR. . Hendersonville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Skull and Bones Club. W. D. BURKHALTER ..... Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts' and Sciences Skull and Bons Club. JAMES BONDURANT BURTON, A T A, Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences SAMUEL Y. CALDWELL .... Nashville, Tenn. B91-I,2T,qPA'fI1 School of Law President Blue Pencil Club, '28, Owl Club, Pan-He1- lenic Council, Student Activities Board, Vice-Presi- dent Junior Law Class, "Commodore" Board, '29, Ed- itor "Masquerader," ' 29-' 30. CLAUDE SHANNON CARNEY, JR. . . Ripley, Tenn. A K E School of Arts and Sciences VVALTON CARR, K E ..... Nashville, Tenn School of Law EARL VANDORN CATOE, JR., df A 9 . Webb, Miss. School of .Arts and Sciences Vice-President of Freshman Glass, Eta Sigma Phi Football Squad, '28-'29, Track Team, '29, Student Aoi tivities Board, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, 'Commodore' Board, '30. BERTRAM HUMBLE CHALFANT . . Nashville, Tenn V E A E School of Arts and Sciences, Freshman Football, Basketball. '29, '30, Captain, '29, Ace Club, '27-'2S. ACK CHESNEY,'fl7X EX JHBK . Miclcllesboro K l I D y School of Medicine Varsity Track, '26, '27, '28, Captain, '28, MARGARET SUE CHISMAN, A A A . Memphis, Tenn School of Arts and Sciences Student'Counci1, '29-'30, Sopliomore Honor Roll. ROBERT GEORGE CLAPP, A K E . . Paducah, Ky School of Arts and Sciences MARGARET M. CLARIDGE .... Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences EDVVIN GURNEY CLARK .... Vicksburg, Miss A T Q, A K K School of Medicine ARMISTEAD F. CLAY, dw K 11' . . . Oakland, Tenn ' School of Arts and Sciences Blue Pencil Club, '27-'28, '28-'29, Y. M. C. A. Cabi- net, '27, '28, '29, '30, "C'on'1modore" Board, '29, Clas- sical Club, '27-'28, '28-'29, '29-'30. 64 QZDCZDD P K mimi Q3?Q5' lf9'l'w mmf? THE OOMMODOIRE, loan my 1111- lui IUC PHI 11139 Junior Class effll CDepartments JOHN SHELBY COFFEY, JR. . . . Columbia, Tenn. B 9 IT, CIP A KIA Freshman Basketball, Freshman Football, Varsity Basketball, '29, '30, Owl Club. LUCY OLEN COFFEY , ..... Dickson, Tenn. School of Nursing JOHN CONNOR, fb A 9, IIA A sb . . Nashville, Tenn. Cap and Bells, '29-'30, Blue Pencil Club. JOSEPH RUSSELL COOK, fl: A 9 Huntingdon, W. Va. School of Arts and Sciences Blue Pencil Club, '29, '30, Skull and Bonus Club, '29, '30. IRVING l. COWAN . . . . McKeesport, Pa. School of Medicine CATHERINE EMILY CRAIG, K A 6 , . Chicago, Ill. School of Arts and Sciences JOHN ENOCHS CRAIN ..... . Wilson, Ark. School of Engineering MARGARET SIMMONS CRAM, l' 111 B, Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences MEREDITPI PULLEN CRAWFORD . . Nashville, Tenn. A K E School of Arts and Sciences Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '28, '29, '30, Recorder Y. M. C. A., '29-'30, Member National Y. M. C. A. Council. '29-'30-'31, MARY JAMES CRocKET1', 1' 'fb B . . Franklin, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences ROBERT PENN CROCKETT, if A 9 . Nashville, Tenn. School of Engineering Student Council, '29-'30, A. S. M. E. EMMA SIMS CROWNOVER .... Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences MERRIMON CUNINGGIM, A K E . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Basketball, Tennis, '29-'30, Blue Pencil Club, Glee Club. JOHN BORDERS CUNNINGHAM . . Brooksville, Miss. A K E School of Arts and Sciences Student Council, Pan-Hellenic Council, Sophomore Honor Roll, Owl Club, International Relations Club, "Y" Cabinet, Baseball. PAUL DANE CUNNINGI-IAM, B 9 II . Obion, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences CHARLES E. DAHLINGER . . . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Engineering ABE DAVIS, A E ll ..... Nashville, Tenn. School of Engineering ANDREW LAWSON DAVIS . , . . Nashville, Tenn. A K E, KD A 111 School of Lsuv Cap and Bells, '29, Baseball, '27-'28. JESSE THEO DAVIS, A X A, A K K . Corinth, Miss. School of Medicine JAMES ROBERTSON DAVVSON, JR. . Birmingham, Ala. A T O, A K K Sohool of Medicine LORA DEVAULT, K A O.. . . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Student Council, '27-'28, Y. W. C. A. JOHN DEVOE, K A ...... Nashville, Tenn. School of Engineering Swimming Team, '28-'29, Winner V. U. Five-Mile Marathon Swim, '29, Owl Club, Black Jack Club. LAURA AIJELAIDE DISMUKES,A 0 l'l, Nashville, Tenn. School of 'Arts and Sciences Student Council, '28-'29, Lotos Eaters, '28-'29, Chair- man Soplioinore Class, '28, Sophomore Honor Roll. JOHN L. DIXON, fl, A 9 .... Owensboro, Ky. School oi' Arts and Sciences Skull and Bones Club, Cap and Bells. TENNESSEE DoDsoN . .... Ravenscroft, Tenn. School of Nursing GEORGE DEAVER DOMINICR, A X A, Nashville, Tenn. Sollool of Arts and Sciences Glee Club, '26-'30, President, '30, Manager, '29, "Corn- motlorc Board, '30, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '30, A. S. C. E., '26-'28, Spanish Club, '30, Dialectic Literary Society, '26-'27, MARY FRIZZELL DOUD, K A 9 . . Oneonta, Ala. School of Arts and Sciences Lotos Eaters, '27-'28, ADELAIDE GAINES DOUGLAS . . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Three Arts Club. GORDON BROWN DUNCAN, AKE . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Sophomore Honor Roll, Hustler. ALBERT DUVALL, K A ...... Paris, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences VVESLEY H. DYER, 2 A E . . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Engineering "Commodore" Representative, '29, Sergeant-at-Arms A. S. C. E., '28, Black Jacks, '29, Cap and Bells, '29. MARY CLARK EASTES, A O ll . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences BENJAMIN JAMES EDWARDS . . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Engineering J. ADDISON ENGLAND, A T . . Minneapolis, Minn. School of Arts and Sciences GRAYDON R. EVANS ...... Mosheim, Tenn. School of Medicine B.A., Tusculum College, '27. MCDANIEL EWING, A K E . Bowling Green, Ky. School of Arts and Sciences Skull and Bones Club, '28-'29, '29-'30. gym ini w w ina iniifl THE COMMODORE, loso fs I -wi' 'lx-Y UI IH: lui ili ac IU! lnl :Ugg GJ? I A9 I 19 Top ROW-Hubbell Jackson, Johnson, Keller, Kennedy, Kerr, Kilgore, Kirkpatrick, Lackey, Latture. Second Row-Leatherman, Leathers Lulcer. McGugin McLeod. Majors. Marsh Mason, Matthews. Third Row-Milam, Morel, Neely, Neergarcl. Ncuhoff, Niles, O'Connor, R. Parsons, C. Parsons, Patton. Bottom Row-Pickering, Pierce, Pointer, Ray, Rees. Roclen. Junior Cllaiss will CDepartments RUTH FARRIS ....... Hampshire, Tenn. School of Nursing JOHN FLETCHER, 111 A 9 .... Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sdences Assistant Business Manager "MasqueraCler," '30, Busi- ness Staff Cap and Bells. JAMES D. FLOWERS, K E ..... Dothan, Ala. School of Arts and Sciences HAROLD EUGENE FO'l"I'RELL, Z X . Nashville, Tenn. School of Engineering Freshman Football, Ace Club, Owl Club, Honor Coni- mittee. . . . .New York, N. Y. Arts and Sciences SAMUEL FRIEDMAN . School of A K E, E T . Nashville, Tenn. Arts and Sciences Track, '30-'31: Cap and Bells Club, '29-'30, "Commodore" Representative, Junior Class. TOM ALLEN FUQUA, School of Assistant Manager of VVARNER DAVIDSON GARDNER, K A . Glasgow, Ky. School of Arts and Sciences VVARNER J. GEIGER ,... . . Oshkosh, Wis. School of Law DAN GERMAN, JR., K A, fl: X . . Franklin, Tenn. School of Medicine First Lieutenant Medical Corps, O. R. C. CHARLES CALVIN GILBERT. . .NaShville, Tenn. fr A 9, 4: A fr School of Law President Junior Law Classy Cap and Bells, '29. JAMES THOMAS GILBERT, H K A . . Paducah, Ky. School of Arts and Sciences Skull and Bones Club. MACK GIl.BERl', E A E . . . . Columbia, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Fresliman Football, Freshman Basketball: Varsity Basketball, 'ZS-'29, Owl Clubg Pan-Hellenic Council. JULIUS URAL GLABOFF .... Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences . . .Nashville, Tenn. PIUGI-I W. GLENN, E X . School of Engineering A. S. C. E., President Freshman Engineers, '27. JAMES D. GRAHAM . School of irts . , . - .ROme, Ga. and Sciences V JAMES HATCHER GRAHAM School of Arts College Grove, Tenn. and Sciences ' Skull and Bones Club. V. H. GRlFFIN,A TA,A K K . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Medicine THOMAS GRIZZARD .... Goodlettsville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Skull and Bones Club. 66 H' QAI- 1.1 Emir: f K HC'-ill U1 ' , R9 'mv W9 ROBERT T. KILLMAN, THE QOMMOIDOIRIE, Ioso 2:2551 1111 Inc A I II A :Ili llflf """'TlIl7QQ ,,, I A QJTQJL LEDTQD Junior Class oflll CDepartments DELPI-IO l-IACRNEY ..... Greenbrier, Tenn. JERRY BECKER JOHNSON . . . Brookhaven, Mass. School of Arts and Sciences School nl' Arts and Sciences LAURA FRANCES HARRIS .... Nashviile, Term. CHARLES ALBERT JOHNSON - - A Nashville. Term- School of Arts and Sciences TIIOMAS LINDNER l'IARRIS .... Gulfport, Miss. 'KID K E, SP X School of Medicine WILLIAM DEWITI' HARRIS, EA E, Little Rock, Ark. School of Arts and Sciences VVILLIAM TIART, 'flv K Alf .... Nashville, Tenn. School of Law EVANGELINE MARIE HEMPLEMAN . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences JOSEPH R. HENDRICKSON . . Ashland City, Tenn. A X A School of Engineering Ace Club, Vice-President A. S. C. E., Black Jacks, '28-'29. MARION DUDLEY HILL, A 0 H . . Florence, Ala. School of Arts and Sciences LOtOs Eaters, 'ZS-'29, Co-Editors. '28-'29, Three Club, '28-'29-'30. Arts MIRIAM ELEANOR HIPPLE, 'KA 9,Hutchinson, Kan. School of Arts and Sciences T TRAVIS PREWITT Hl'I'l'- . . .Tullahoma, School of Arts and Sciences Ellfl. JOHN W. HOCKER,E'flP E, ,A K K . Hustonville, Ky. Sclllool of Medicine MARIE HOLLEY ..... Marion Junction, Ala. School of Nursing' T HARRIETF HOLLINSHEAD .... Nashville, School of Nursing Cl'll'l. School of Arts and Sciences JEAN FLACK HOLMAN .... Fayetteville, Tenn, RUSSELL L. PIOLMAN, EA E, fl2X . Little R0Qk,A1-k, School of Medicine CHESTER PERKINS HOLT, II K A . Nashville, T School of, Arts and Sciences Vice-President Y. M. CL A., President Skull and Bones Club, Ace Club. Cllll. HOWARD R. HOWIE . . . . . Rockwood, Tenn. School of Law MARIAN RUTH HUBEELL, K A 9 . . Elyrice, Ohio School of Arts and Sciences JAMES VVILLIAM HURT, JR. , . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Engineering MARGARET E. JACKSON, A O IT . Birmingham, Ala. School ol' Arts and Sciences Scribblers. School 01' Arts and Sciences ABNER JOHNSTON, JR., SD K Alf . Madisonville, Ky. School of Law Owl Club. '23-'29, Sergca.nt-at-Arms FI-esliman Law Class. '28-'29, Pan-I-lcllenic Council, '30-'31. VVALTER E. JOHNSTON .... Vicksburg, Miss. K A, QI, Is Il School of Medicine DAVID KAII. , ..... . New York, N. Y. School ol' Arts and Sciences DAVID M. IQEEBLE .... . . Nashville, Tenn. 112 A 9, if A fb, flf B K, E T School of Law MAIQY E. KELLER, A A A . . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences DAVID C. IQELLY, A T Q. , . . . Lebanon, Tenn. School of Engineering BURLEIOII ROY KENNEDY, JR. . . Nashville, Tenn. School of A K E Arts and Sciences Blue Pex1Cil Club, Freshman Track, Track, '29. JAMES ALLEN KENNEDY, fb A 9 . Nashville, Tenn. School of ELIZABETI-1 MILLER KERR, E K . Nashville, School of Arts and Sciences Tenn. Arts and Sciences Three Arts Club, '28-'29, Eta. Sigma Phi, '2!l. HARDEE C. KILOORE, JR., EAE . . Pine Bluff, Ark. School of Engineering A. S. C. E.: Black Track Squad, Vice Jacks? Freshman Track, '28, -President Junior Engineers. TI K A - , Nashville, Tenn. Sclhool of Law BEN KINGREE, B 9 TI .... Shelbyville, Tenn. School ol' Engineering JAMES SAMUEL KIRRPATRICK, JR. . Nashville, Tenn. K A - School of Arts and Sciences Golf Team, '28, Captain Golf, '29. JAMES ADDISON KlR'I'I..EY, JR. . Murfreesboro, Tenn. fl? K E, if X School of Medicine Freshman Track, Varsity Track Manager, Skull and Bones Club, Dartos Club: First Lieutenant Medical Corps, O. R. C. VV. PRENTICE KNOX, fl, B II . . . Etowah, Tenn. School of Medicine President Junior Class. '30, Secretary Honor Council, '30, Member Student Council, '30, Library Assistant, '29-'30, Dartos Club, Tennessee Club. Llc :Ili 3 J S I 'Llc :Hx-2 THE COMMODORE, rooo 11133 9719 E99 75,9739 U fare f , ....,,, . A . .- N 7 H , V ' I H I ' I I , , . ,Q .,.,. . if 'Q"A ' 'Y' - I If I if li. A f . A . ' I "" I A . I . I A' A , V .5 , .I I in Q . 141 . . , , -, . , . -. .Z ' V. A . . -on -.- . -. "1 F" - v" , ..: - - 2 - .f:-:ako f.-: -5511-1-.fr-:1z: S 5911: 5 "ff: A . A 1- -,.A , .,.. ' 'A' 2 'ez ' - . I , ,- "l, . f - fir , ' ' Top Row-Rogers. Rosen, Savley, Siales. Scheffer, Sebulsky, Shaver, Shivers. Shull. Simon. Second ROW-B. Smith, Edmund Smith, Edna Smith, J. Smith, Staples, Stevens, Stewart, Sullivan, Sutherland. Third Row-Thackston, Thompson, Trahue, Xvarwick, M. Xveaver. T. Xveaver. Xveinreb. Weise, Wil- liamson. WVillOck. Fourth Row-W'Oodcock, Vilrather, Wyiine, Zbinden, Zibart. Junior Glass QAII CDepartments . ELIZABETH MAJOR LACKEY, I' flv B, Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Y. YV. C. A. Cabinet. '28-'29, '29-'30g Vanderbilt Sing- ers, '27-'28, '28-'29, '29-'30g "Hustler" Co-Ed Staff! French Club Scholarship Nvinner. SARTAIN LANIER, 2 X ..... Nashville, Tenn. - School of Arts and Sciences JULIA H. LATTURE ...... Nashville, Tenn. School of Nursing CHARLES BAIRD LEATHERMAN . Murfreesboro, Term. K A School of Arts and Sciences Band, "I-Iustlerf' LUCY DELL LEATHERS, A A A . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Lotos Eatersg CO-Editors. GEORGE M. LEIBY ....... Reading, Pa. School of Medicine CATHERINE E. LEWIS . . . . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences CHARLES ALLEN LUKER .... Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences FRANCES MCANALLY . . . . Morristown, Tenn. School of Nursing 'ss Qyncian I ERNEST B. MCCALEB, fb K E . . Covington, Va. School of Arts and Sciences ROBERT D. MCKENZIE ...... Cordele, Ga. School of Arts and Sciences DAN E. MCGUGIN, IR. .... Nashville, Tenn. 2 A E, :Ii A LI: Freshman Football. '273 "Hustler" Staff, Football. '29, JOHN ANDREW MCLEOD, IR. . . . Pine Bluff, Ark. 2 A E, T K A School of Arts and Sciences Debating Team. '28-'29, Dialectic Literary Society, '28-'29, Freshman Trackg "Commodore" Board, '30, International Relations Club. MARSHALL DANIEL MAIORS, A K E . Ripley, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences' SAMUEL NEWMAN MARMON . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Medicine EARL WILLIAM MARSH,B9H . Port Arthur, Tex. School of Arts and Sciences Basketball, '30. WILLIAM BRANSEORD MASON, QIQAS, Eddyville, Ky. of Arts and Sciences School Black .Tack Club, Stage Manager Cap and Bcllsg "Hustler" Staff. Iliillfl J U, THE COMMODORE, tooo 7 T 2.2114 f IHI iljlu 'QQ iljlt ll!! lil Junior Cllaiss cflll CDepartments EDGAR STANLEY MA'I'1'I-IEWS, E N . . Bunkie, La. School of Arts and Sciences Owl Club. JACOB M. MAYER, A K K ..... Hazel, Ky. School of hletlicinc JAMES ANDREW MAYER, A K K , . . Hazel, Ky. School of Medicine Dartos Club, A.B., University of Kentucky, '273 Phi Beta Kappa. Lucius GARTRELL MILAM, JR,'fIvA 9 . Tupelo, Miss. School of Arts and Sciences Assistant Business Manager "Hustler," '28, Business Manager, '29, Owl Club: Cap and Bells, '28-'29, Band, Glec Club, "Com1nodore" Board, '29. FRANK ANDREW MOORE, Q B ll . . Bethel, Tenn. School of Metljcine T. EARL MOORE, A T SZ, A K K . . Miami, Fla. School of Medicine Student Activities Board, '29-'30: Coach Vandy Swim- ming Team, '29-'30. JULIUS MCNAIRY MOREL . . . Brentwood, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Sergeant-at-Arms Skull and Bones Cluhg Vanderbilt Singers. CHARLES LIBOURNE MORGAN . . Petersburg, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences GERTRUDE E. MORTON . . . . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences ELIZABETH NEELY, ll df B . . . Franklin, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences FRED RUNYAN NEERGARD . . . Harriman, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences IOSEPI-I OSCAR NEUHOFE, slr K Alf . Nashville, Tenn. ' School of Engineering President Junior Engineers: Student Council, A. S. M. E. MARTHA LOUISE NILES,1fA9 . Union City, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Vantlerbilt Singers, '28, '29, '30g Y. W. C. A. MARGARET O,CONNOR, K A 9 . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Student Council, Vxfoman Editor "Hustler"g "Mas- queraderu Staff, '28-'29, '29-'30. BENJAMIN F. PARKER . .... Winnlield, La. 2 A E, :Iv A tb School of Law ROSA FALES PARSONS, K A 9 . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Eta. Sigma. Phi, '28-'29, Class Chairman, '27-'28, Dep- utation Chairman for Y. W. C. A.. '29-'30g Lotos Eaters, '28-'29, Pan-Hellenic Council, '29-'303 Student Council, '29-'30, Sergeant-at-Arms of Junior Class, '29-l3O. VVILLIE CATHRYN PARSONS, E K . Columbia, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences GEORGE ALLEN PA'l'TON,HK A,VValteI- Hill, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Classical Cluhg Diztlectic Literary Society, '28-'29g Black Jacks, '28-'29g Business Manager Student Di- rectory, '30-'31, LOUISE PATY . ...... Bell Buckle, Tenn. School of Nursing- I. CYRIL PETERSON ..... Sugar City, Idaho School of Medicine MERLIN DEWEY PETERSON . . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences COLEMAN ENOCII PICKERING . . Carthage, Tenn. B 9 ll School of Arts and Sciences NANCY l'lEFLIN PIERCE, A School of Arts Tlircc Arts Club, French A A . Huntsville, Ala. and Sciences Club, Vanderbilt Singers. WOLF PODRYSKI .... School of . .New York, N. Y. hletlicine VVALLER TAYLOR POINTER, School of Arts Z X . . . Como, Miss. and Sciences Manager Baseball, '30. EVERE'l'l' POOLE, A K K. . .Birmingham, Ala. School of Medicine Honor Roll, '28, DON K. PRICE, IR., flf A 9, E T . Midcllesboro, Ky. School of Arts and Sciences Blue Pencil Club, '28-'29: News Editor Hustler. '29- '30g Coniinodore Board,Ig29, '30: Souliomore Honor oll. PERRY D. PRIEST, A K K . . . Ridgecrest, N. C. School of Blcdicine LLOYD LEE PRUET1' . . .... St. Louis, Mo. School of Engineering O,l7ALLON RAY . ...... VVatertOwD, Tenn. School of Nursing KATI-IERINE VVRIGHT REES . . Fayetteville, Tenn. A A A School of Arts and Sciences Y. W. C. A. GEORGE ASHLIN REYNOLDS. . .Franklin, Tenn. School of Engineering TANDY CLINTON RICE, K 2, flb X, Charleston, Miss. School of Medicine VELVA RICHEOURG . ...... Pensacola, Fla. School of Nursing' MARTHA LOUISE RODEN, A O II . . Maysville, Ky. School of Arts and Sciences Lotos Eaters, Y. YV. C. A., '26-'27-'29, Pan-Hellenic Council, '29. 69 Ll! IBF K- NA IHC 013332 .3 THE GOMMQDORE, ioso CMR: im mi A i g 1 im :rn in WEB GSW Junior Class 04 ll Tepartments BRITTAIN ALLEN ROGERS, IR. . . .Tupelo, Miss. KP A 9, fb A CIR School of Law Ace Club, Assistant Manager Football, '29g Honor Committee Law School. '29. '30, "Masquerader" Staff. '27, '28, '29g Business Manager, '30, "Commodore" Board, '27, '28, '30g Cap and Bells, '29, Business Manager, '30. CHARLES NELSON ROLEE, K E . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences HERMAN LEON ROSEN, Z B T .... Dora, Ala. School of Arts and Sciences Skull and Bones Club. . ROBERT MQNTAGUE Ross .... Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences LORENA Ross . ........ Allai-dt, Term. School of Nursing JAMES W. RUTHERFORD, A T A . Nashville, Tenn. Scuhool of Law PAUL W. SANGER, E X, fb X . Drumright, Okla. School of Medicine IVIARINTI-IA LOTT SAVLEY . South Pittsburff Tenn. bl School of Arts and Sciences 70 Hliilfl ELLSWORTH P. SCALES, K A. .Nashville, Tenn School of Arts and Sciences Swimming Team, '29, CHARLES VVILLIAM SCHEFFER, E N, Nashville, Tenn School of Arts and Sciences Football, '28, '29g Baseball. '29, Pan-Hellenic Coun- Cil, '29-'30. JOSEPH HENRY SCHEFFER, E N . Nashville, Tenn School of Arts and Sciences Football, '28, '29, Baseball. '29g Captain-elect Foot- ball. ROBERT SCHRELS . . . . . . . Brooklyn, N. Y School of Medicine EUGENE SEBULSKY, Z B T . . . Memphis, Tenn School of Arts and Sciences "Hustler" Staff. ROBERT EUGENE SHANDS .... Sherman, Miss E 'CIF E, CP K NI' School of Medicine President Class, '28-'29. CHARLES EDWIN SHAVER .... Huntsville Ala X qw, fp A 112 School of Law i Pau-Hellenic Council, '27-'28, '29-'30, Student Coun- cil, '29-'30. K5 mimi Q98-D THE COMMODORE, tooo Cyn: im. Lin: , ' UL A im Im IHHQQ We fiom? Junior Qllass All Departments EEEORD EUGENE Sl-IEELY , . , . Gulfport, Miss. , KID K E, flf X School of Dledicine PHIL MINNIS Sl-IERRILL, K A, 'lf X, Nashville, Tenn. School of Medicine LARRY GILBERT SHIPP, E A E . . . Anniston, Ala. School of Arts and Sciences VERONICA STEWART Sl-IIVERS . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Eta Sigma Phi: Three Arts Club: Sophomore Honor Roll, TIARRISON JOHNSTON SHULL, JR. . Brooksville, Miss. A K E School of Arts and Sciences Ace Club: Owl Club:'Debating Team, '2S: Student Council: Blue Pencil Club: Y. M. C, A. Cabinet: Freshman Track, '2S: Varsity Track, '29: Sophomore Honor Roll. MILTON LEROY SIMON ..... Memphis, Tenn. Z B T, E T School of Arts and Sciences Blue Pencil Club: "Masquerader" Staff: Assistant Manager Basketball. BLANCHE LEVVIS SMITH, A A A . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Three Arts Club, '29, BOARDMAN HARTWELL SMITH . . Grand Cane, La. School of Arts and Sciences EDMUND CHRISTIAN SMITH . . Clarksville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences EDNA MCDONALD SMITH . . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences IOHN WILLIAM SMITH . . . . Little Rock, Ark. E A E School of Arts and Sciences Vice-President Junior Class: Skull and Bones Club: Black Jack Club: Cheer Leader, '2'T. '2S. '29: "Com- modoret' Board, '30. JOHN B. SNOWDEN, E A E, if A il . Memphis, Tenn. Sclhool of Law GEORGE KNOX SPEARMAN .... Anniston, Ala. '9 K N, A K K School of Medicine WILLIAM D. SPEARS .... Chattanooga, Tenn. K A, fb A flf Solhool of Law GEORGE STAPLES . ...... Columbia Ky. School of Arts and Sciences I PEARL EVELYN STEVENS, 2 K . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences CHARLES M. STEWART, Ili K Nlf . Bowling Green, Ky. School of Arts and Sciences Skull and Bones Club: Owl Club: Black .Tack Club. VVILLIAM .KIRBY SUI.I.IvAN .... jackson, Tenn. Sl! A 9, 21 T School of Arts and Sciences Assistant Erlitor "Masquer:1dcr": Baseball, '2!J: "Com- modore" Board, '30. ARTHUR lp SUTHERLAND, JR. . . Nashville, Tenn. A T A School of Arts and Sciences Skull and Bones Club: Ace Club, '2S: Black Jack Club. ' MILLER VVOODSON SWANEY. - .Gallatin, Tenn. School of Engineering JULIUS T. TERRX', JR. ..... Nashville, Tenn. School of Engineering GEORGE W. THACRSTON, K E . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Ants and Sciences Owl Club. CHARLES C. 'Tl-IOMPSON, JR., K A . Columbia, Miss. School of Arts. and Sciences Sophomore Honor Roll: Owl Club: Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil: Black .Tack Club: Skull and Bones Club. SARAH VANCE TPIOMPSON .... Hamlet, N. C. School of Medicine "Commodore" Representative, '29-'30. CHARLES J. THUSS, qv X ..., Nashville, Tenn. School of Medicine JOHN VV. THUSS, fl, K Nl' ,... Nashville, Tenn. School of Engineering VVILLIAM OAKES TIRRILI,, JR. . . Nashville, Tenn. E X, fb X School of Medicine Ace Club: Owl Club: HC01'l'l1l10d0liG" Club: "I-Iustlert' Staff: Freshman and Varsity Track. '25-'26-'2S: Med- ical Honor Committee, '27, CHARLES C. TRABUE, IR., B 9 II Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Ace Club: Blue Pencil Club: Eta Sigma Phi: Owl Club: Cap and Bells Club: "Masqucracler" Staff, '29-'30. GEORGE F. TUBE . . . ..... Obion, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences FRED C. TURLEY, A K K . . Minneapolis, Minn. School of Medicine LYDIA ROSE WALKER ..... Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences WILLIAM H. WARWICR, E A E . Nashville, Tenn. Sergeant-at-Arms Freshman Class: Cap and Bells: Golf Tc-am, '29: Freshman Football, '27: Football, '28, '29. MARTHA STRONG WEAVER, A A A . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Lotos Eaters: President Student Council, '28-'29, '29- '30: Honor Committee: Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet: Co- Editors. IFHOMAS S. VVEAVER, B 9 Il . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Skull and Bones Club, '28-'29-'30: Treasurer, '29-'30: Blat-lc .lack Club: Assistant Business Manager "Com- modore," '30. I H' im in-SSD , I A Y A H' Us wai ters THE QOMMOIDOIRIE, loso HI 1111 lnl If-J ufixri I IHC D111 111 QAQJ. Q9 was Junior Cllaiss All Departments FITZ-JOI-IN WEDELL, sb A 9 . . Nashville, Tenn. School of lNIedi0ine JOSEPH VVEINREI3 ....... Brooklyn, N. Y. School of Arts and Sciences FRANCES C. WEISE, A 0 II . . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Co-Editors. '2Sg President Co-Editors, '29, Student Council, '28, '29, Honor Committee. 'ZS-'293 Lotos Eats-Ifs, '29, Scribblers, '29. SAMUEL T. VVHITED .... White Bluff, Tenn. School of Engineering JOHN EDWIN VVILKINSON, SIR B II . . Judson, Ind. School of Medicine- JAMES A. WILLIAMS, E A E . . . Parkdale, Ark. School of Arts and Sciences BERNARD N. VVlLLlAMSON,AX A . Tecumseh, Mich. Sclhool of Law ROBERT DOUGLAS VVILLOCK, E X . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Swimming Team, '27-'28, Spanish Club. '27-'28, '28- '29g Assistant Manager Basketball, '29-'30. JAMES E. VVILSON . . . . Crystal Springs, Miss. School of Medicine VIRGIL WILSON, flu K E , . . . . Pulaski, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences W7ILSON VV. WOODCOCK, JR. . . Greensboro, N. C. flb K XI' School of Arts and Sciences Blue Pencil Club, '28-'29, Black Jack Club, '28-'29, Sophomore Honor Roll. MOSE CLARKE VVOODFIN . . . Bell Buckle, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences EVA JEAN VVRATHER. . . . .Nashville, Tenn. A O II, X A fp School of Arts and Sciences C0-Editors. '27-'28, President, '28, Lotos Eaters, 'ZSQ Classical Club, '27, '28, '29, German Club, 'ZBQ Soph- omore Honor Roll. '2S. SUSIE, J. VVYNNE . ........ Rayle, Ga. School of Nursing JOHN D. YARBROUGH .... . Nashville, Tenn. School of Medicine LOUIS HENDERSON ZBINDEN . . Chattanooga, Tenn. E X School of Engineering Swimming Team, 'ZS-'29, Honor Committee, '28, Owl Club, '29. ALAN WALTER ZIBART .... Nashville, Tenn. Z B T, E fr School of Arts and Sciences Blue Pencil Club, Ace Club. L. P. ZIMMEllMAN ...... Memphis, Tenn. School of Law "l MEDICAL CLASS, ,3I, R. O. T. C. ENCAMPMENT At Chattanooga, Summer 1929 72 114 111i ' I IH! DUKE ,I - L I 'M I Z FN Q 5nphn1 11nrP5 HI THE CoMMoDoIRE, Ioso will 1111 Ili I Im 1111 111 Q rv - 2173 I - . I . ,A A ..... A ' ' ' -. - W I - -- ' I l . Y' , 1 or Q Zz,- K- . . , , fwgigf-5:,,,:.',. i,:'.,F'5 ,I .L, N:,5,1j:,':::. ,I , -. 5 .- gg,-I - - .f -' -.-g.,:-Q-54 V , - 4 .,, -, V , -.,.,x:,E.,ggg3.,i.- , Nw: ,':,::.? EA. I A :.,,N,A:.,,E:: E , . V E D A '-"' , A. , H . I f 1 A - . ' , ' -'Y' - --.4 V ,. ,5.'5f'- 1 Hx -,,'. . . .Hwt-- .f:v2:R' X. 1 W' '-:i,E5:s - , ,Y :5gg,j 1. I - A ef .,:... Top Row-Adams Alexand vitz Berbette. Second Row-Billington, B Brent. Third Row-Briggs, Brykc Fourth Row-O. Clark, YV. d B rbour, Bearden, Bellhouse. Benko- er, Altheimer, Anderson, Armstaa . a lackman. Blankenship, Bogie, Bowden, Brackst 0119, Brockman, Bradford, Childers. zynslci, Bulla, Burford Butler, Campbell, Cate. Chappell, Charlet, G. Clark, Clarkson, Clements. Sophomoro Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Com mociore Representati-vo PAT KIRWAN . . . . . . President 'WALTER PASCHALL . THOMAS SCI-IEFFER . . . . Vice-President HUGH DISHAROON . . Honor Committee HARRY DETHERO . Secretary-Trea.fnr.er LACEY REYNOLDS . . Sergeant-at-Arms SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING BEN WALLER . . .... President VVILLIAM BROWN . . Sergeant-at-AI1'm.v L. C. MCCRARY' . . . Vice-President JAMES RYAN . . . Commodore Representatifoe I. P. TURNER - Sccrctary-Trea.surer FRANK PROCTOR ..... Honor Committee SCHOOL OF MEDICINE BUFORD O,NEAL . . . President R. J. MITCHELL . . Secretary-Treasurer H. J. CLEVELAND . . . Vice-Prexidont ALICE CHENOWETH . Commodore Representative TOM HUEY. . . .Honor Committee , 74- Emimn A U7 A ncinig ,B A THE QOMNIOIDOIRIE, IDSO 111 im im I , ' lm im in .7 A Sophomore Class OAI! Cllepartments MARION DOLORES ADAMS, 2 K . Nashville, Tenn. SIIEROD lVlARSlflAl,I, BIl,LING'l'9N . Nashvile, Tenn. I School of Arts :ind Sciences A T A Chairman of Sophomore Class, Co-Editors, '28-'20, School of Arts and Fcicllccs '29-'30, Lotos Eaters. '30, P1-esirl.nt. Skull and Bones muh' FRANCES CRCSS Ai,ExANDER, E K . VVest, Miss. MARION BLACKMAN, 1' fl' B ..--. Moline, Ill. School of Arts and Sciences School of Arts and Fvl'l6"l'lCi'S Skull and Bones Club, Czulusc-us Club. LAWRENCE l3l.ACKXVELI,, E A li Pine Bluff, Ark. LUNSFORD PAUL ALLEN ..,.. Belmont, Miss. School of Arts and Fcienccs School of Arts and St-iam-cs l'llZRBER'1' BLAKE, II K A, A K K Anclerzon, S. C. LOUISE ALTHIZIMER, A E fl: . . Little Rock, Ark. 501,091 of Ml-arcane School of Arts and Sciences Pam-Hellenic Counc-il. FRANCIS WILLARD l3l.ANlCENS"llP l-lartnville, Tenn. I I F Ill K E FRANCES KAi'l'PlliIilNEANQIIQSON,W7llllQmSp01't, Penn. 501,001 gf Arts and Sciences E K Black Jack Club. School of Arts and Sciences CO-Editors. lVlAll'l'l-lA ELISABETII BOGLE . . . Nashville, Tenn. FRANCES ALLINE ARMlS'FEAl7 . . Nashville, Tenn. bchool of Arts and Suenws It A 9 VVARNER I'IlI.l. BOWDEN, if K Xl' . Memphis, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Girls' Student Council. HOMER LEE ARMSTRONG .... Moorehend, Miss. School of Arts and Sciences THEODORE R. .AUS'l'lN, 111 X . . Greenwood, Miss. School of Medicine JAMES C. BARBOUR, B 9 II . School of Arts and Sciences RICHARD MONTGOMERY BARRY, IR. . Erwin, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences VVALTER ScO'I'r BEARDEN, JR. . . Nashville, Tenn. ill A 9 School of Arts and Sciences Pl'ESld6l1t Freshman Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Blue Pencil Club, Student Council. HORACE TIARRISON BEAvEN,AKE . Evergreen, Ala. School of Arts and Sciences HEl.EN VVYNWARD BELLHOUSE, School of Arts and Cacluseus Club, '29, '30, Sciences President, ' 30. MIRIAM jEANE'I'rE BENKOVITZ . School of Arts and Chattanooga, Tenn. Sciences VVILLIAM BAYLOR, fl, K E . . School of Arts and . . Gulfport, Miss. Sciences VERNON EUGENE BERDETIE, E School ot' Arts and A E . jackson, Miss. Sciences 3 K. . Alto, Ga. School of Arts School of Arts VVILLIAM JOHN BRADFORD, School of Arts LEROY BLOCII BRACKSTONE, and Sciences Z B T . Corinth, Miss. and Sciences ,K A . . Glasgow, Ky. and Sciences Eta Sigma. Phi. . . Cookeville Tenn. MARX' EI,.IZAEEI'H BRENT, School of Arts BARNE'l"l' PORTER BRIGGS, A School of Arts E K . Nashville, Tenn. and Sciences T A . Nashville, Tenn. and Sciences Glce Club, Vanderbilt Singers, Skull and Bones Club. ROSA VVOOD BROCKMAN, K A 9 . . Soochow, China School of Arts and Sciences CO-Editors, Student Council. VVILLIAM BAILEY BROWN, 'Sli A' 9 . Nashville, School of Engineering VV. A. BRYAN, E A E . School of Arts CASIMIR HENRY BRYKCZYNSKI . . Brooklyn, School of Arts Swimming Team: PIOYTE S'rEwAR'r BRYSON . Tenn. . . .Nashville, Tenn. and Sciences N. Y. and Sciences Gcrmzrn Club. . Murfreesboro, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences CHARLES DEHAVEN BULLA, School of Arts A X A, Nashville, Tenn. and Sciences Cap and Bells, '29, Band, '2S-'25J. Fresliman Track: Black Jack Club. 75 ls' U im LEXIS GA" , A- 'FRG HI IHI A lt I Qj. R9 NE? Gym Im THE COMMODORE, 119330 DHI - Ili UI N Im IU I 'C+ IUSXQRX 45- Og, f .,,, .. .- Y-we A- -' f ,R 1. afar- ' .- ' 1, '- .1 . , . E, X , ,A X .N Br, Q., . ,,.: . H ,A,.,:.. Isl, . ,Q F, Ab,. K I .MN ,lv ' f ff 1 'Ii N. , 1 1 A fc? ' I bw 94 e"?1 - f1f.:1f':..:. s 'i ' ., .e ric 1' Er, ff-s - ,fl 145 f I . fs, A is -'N g '- '- g .Q " . . gsrsaw Ati, XX. 1. ki' " " , 1""f,, , ' , , , I ,K ', I.: Af, "Z .'.li""'I L . -. 'wi' YSW3: '5'N'Q'5'.'2s :': " Slvwkflg, '1 - iii! ' -:iff 5 ' :iff f .. - I - -' F ' ., I X' ' ' - -1: , . . , . ' .- . Hs. , 'I f 25, ,.,,rz,5 j ' , ' J . M ' J ' NSS I se ,I-"1-'ifrf-. , i ,. . .. .Q - wr' . ,rf V . I i I 4 xx . QV X Qi Top ROW--B. Cohen, E. Cohen, F. Cohen, Cooper, Core Craven, Crook Culbreath. R xx qv A i :wr R , A. 5 1 -is 1 it wg lm . 'isR.Rs.1, v S cl R v-Daniel, Davis, Denton, Dethero, Dews, Disharoou, Donnell, Dowlen, Druinm. econ oi Third Row-Durand, Durrett. Eason, Edwards, Evans. Ewin. Farrell, Fisher. Fi Fourth Row-Frazer, Funk, J. Gibson, R. Gibson, Sophomore Class Oflll Tepartments . . Brunswick, Ga. Sciences EDWARD BUREORD, if K Alf . . School of Arts and Cunningham, Dale. tzpatrick, Flatau. SARA CORINNE CI-IAPPELL, A 111 . Birmingham, Ala. School of Arts and Sciences LOU GIBSON BYARS, E N THOMAS SANDIDGE CARTER . . . Nashville, . . Providence, Ky. Sciences Eta Sigma Phi, Co-Editors. ROSA MAY BUTLER, I' cle B . School of Arts and an il . . Adairville, Ky. School of Arts Sciences NELL ELIZABETH BYRD .... Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences JOSEPH GORDON CAMPBELL, E X . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Cap and Bells. '29. Tenn. 2 X, fp X School of Medicine WILLIAM FRANKLIN CAsTELLOW.Montgomery, Ala. School of Arts and Sciences BEVERLY CATE, A A A .... Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Vanderbilt Singers. JAMES EDWARD CI-IARLET, A X A . Livermore, Ky. School of Arts and Sciences President Kentucky Club, '29, Foreign Relations Club. ALICE DREW CHENOWETH, Z T A . . Albany, Mo. School of Medicine ADA CHILDERS, A A A .... Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences JOHN VVELLONS CLAIBORNE, IR. . Dyersburg, Tenn. CI' B H School of Medicine Pre-Mc-cl Club, '27-'28g Vice-President, '28, Valley Ball, ' 'ZGZ R. O. T, C. OLIVIA CLARK, Z K ..... Nashville, Tenn. Sohool of Arts and Sciences VVILLIAM GEORGE CLARK, 2 A E . Pine Bluff, Ark. Scihool of Arts and Sciences THOS. ALEXANDER CLARRSON, JR. . Nashville, Tenn. A X A School of Arts and Sciences trim f ,. , N GJ.:-65, 11 ff 76 m ww Brings? THE coMMoIDoRE, loso QED: 1111 itll I J I nm inf WIJSSA eu W-RS QQ?-'-Y, eos? FTW Sophomore Qlleiss cfilll CDepartment5 FRANCES CLEMENTS, A A A . . . Nashville, Tenn. Sclhool of Arts and Sciences Vanderbilt Singers. HUNT CLEVELAND, 2 A E, A K K, Centreville, Ala. School of Medicine CALVIN COCRRILL ...... Nashville, Tenn. School of Eng'incering BERNARD A. COHEN ...... jackson, Miss. School of Arts and Sciences ELMER CO1-IEN, Z B T ..., Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences "Hustler," '27-'28, 'ZS-'29, Band, '27e'2S, '28-'29. FLORENCE COHEN, A E -flv . . . Spartanburg, S. C. School of Arts and Sciences MARY BAXTER COOK .... . Nashville, Tenn. School of Medicine IOSEPHINE COOPER, I' 111 B . . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences "HuStle1"' Staff, '29-'30. JOHN WILLIAM CORE, X if . . . Frankfort, Ohio School of Arts and Sciences Freshman Swimming Team. JAMES THOMAS COTTON, JR. . . Greenbrier, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences SAM CAPERTON COWAN, A K E . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Green boro, N. C. EDWIN ASBURY CRAVEN, E X . s School of Arts and Sciences . Nashville, Tenn. DOROTHY GWEN CRO-OK. . . School of Arts and Sciences . . Gadsden, Ala. THOMAS CROSS, K E . . . . School of Arts and Sciences . Nashville, Tenn. SIMS CROWNOVER, H K A . . School of Arts and Sciences ADA REBECCA CULERETI-I, 1' ICI: B . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Co-Editors, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Vanderbilt Singers: Lotos Eaters. JOHN TALLY CUNNINGHAM . . Clarksville, Tenn. E A E School of Engineering "MasqueI'ader" Staff. MARS' EI,IzAEETIfI DALE, F slr B . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Vice-President of CO-Editors: Y. VV. C. A. Cnbinetg Vanderbilt Singers, CO-Ed Page of "I-lustlcr." GRACE OLIVE DANIEL, K A 6 - Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Y. TV. C. A.: French Club. JOIIN BERNARD DANIEL, A T Q Old Hickory, Tenn. School ol' Arts and Sciences IANNAR BOVVEN DAVIS . . .... Sargent, Ga. School of Arts and Sciences Frcsliman Football, '28, Varsity Football, '29. EDWARD M. DIEYOUNG, 'fb B ll, Grand Rapids, Mich. School of Medicine ANNA DEMESRY ....... Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences GUY TIKESSLEN DENTON, jR.,ATA . Dallas, Tex. School of Arts and Sciences LIARRY LAWRENCE DET!-IERO . . Cleveland, Tenn. A K E School of Arts and Sciences Freshman Football, '2Sg President Ace Club, Secre- tary Blue Pencil Club, Eta Sigma. Phig Vice-President Sophomore Classy Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. ALMA LOUISE DEWS . . . . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences HENRY DICKINSON, IR., E A E . Nashville, Tenn. Scihool of Arts and Sciences HUGH BEAUREGARD DISI-IAROON, E N, Shawmut, Ala. School of Arts and Sciences Freshirian Basketball, Ace Clubg Blue Pencil Club. FREDA FRANCES DIONNELL . West Palm Beach, Fla. K A 9 School of Arts and Sciences LEONIDAS VVASHINGTON DOWLEN,Springfield, Tenn. 411 A 9 School of Arts and Sciences VVILLARD T. DRAPER, A K E - . Dyersburg, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences ELLA LOUISE DRUMM, K A 9 . . . Chicago, Ill. Scihool of Arts and Sciences HARRY WHITNEY DURAND . . Chattanooga, Tenn. CID A 9 School of Arts and Sciences "Masquerader" Staff, Freshman Football Squad. JAMES MEGUIAR DURRE'l'l', JR. . , Nashville, Tenn. A X A School of Engineering Freshman Track. ELIzAEIs'I'IfI BRUNER EASON . . Hattieshiirg, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences , iayllh 1111 I J UI in: in Cyril THE COMMODORE, 1930 :HI :Inv U ' - A. Ui Im Im In LWS ."F'?l9 G17 Vw- -519 - ,- . if-feb, ' :H I . :iff A .' ' -eff I 1 ,.,,. N - :1,f'Z:g.,, . Q 2 '- ' I Xifesif. i" sz- ., - if 5 ,1-ff .- ' 5, E " ' - if , ,I Q 4 - -, I A ,,,, E. H . Z Top RONV-GOZIlClGl', Goheen, Goodwin, Gortatowsky, Gu ilcl Gullett I'i3.l1Dl'3l'l, Hardison Harris, Harrub. Second Row-Hayes, Hemlepp, Hibb.tt, Hill, Hoffman, Hogg. Holman, Hooper, Hopkins. , Third RowiHoskins, Houk, Houston. J. Howell, B. Howell. Hughes, D. Jacobs T. Jacobs Jackson, Kane. Fourth Row-Keller, Kerr, Kidd, Kinsinger. Sophomoir' e Gloss Q4 ll 'fDepartments GWILYN AUSTIN EDWARDS, 'fir KE . Van WeI't, Ohio Selhool of Arts and Sciences Freshman Football, Skull and Bones Club. RICHARD G. ELLIOTT . . II K A, fll School of . . . Lexington, Ky. X, Q B H Medicine EUGENE EDGAR EVANS, flr School of Sophomore Honor Roll, 'Z B H . . VVilIler, Tenn. Medicine fig R. O. T. C.: Pro-Med Club, '27, '2Sg Volley Ball, '25, '2fi. FREDERICK WATKINS EVANS . . Columbia Tenn. Y B 9 H School of Arts and Sciences Freshman Track. SAMUEL VVI-II'I'E EWIN, E X . . . Franklin, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Pan-Hellenic Council, LoUIs FARRELL, JR., flv A 9 . . Vvashington, D. C. School of Arts and Sciences "Hustler" Staff, '28-'29, Business Manager "Three Bishops", F'l'QSl'll'I'1Zl.ll Handbook, Associate Editor. 'WILLIAM B. FARRIS, A K K . , . Cave City, Ky. School of Medicine HELEN RHEA FISHER, F CI: B . . Nashville, Tenn 5011001 of Arts and Sciences LOLOS E2Lt6l"S. FRANIZ RAYMOND FITZPATRICK . Nashville, Tenn A T A School of Arts and Sciences CAROL HERTZ FLATAU, A E flv . . . Macon, Ga School of Arts and Sciences VVILLIAM LEROY FLEMING. . .Nashville, Tenn AKE,AKK,Q1BK School of Medicine Editor "Comn1odore," '25. HENRY VVERTI-IAM FRANKLIN . .Nashville, Tenn School of Engineering TOM FRANKLIN, A T Q . . . Tullahoma, Tenn School of Arts and Sciences LEWIS FRAZER, if A 9 ..... Nashville, Tenn School of Arts and Sciences VVILLIAM LAWRENCE FREEMAN, Murfreesboro, Tenn School of Arts and Sciences VVILLIAM MARSPIALL FUNK . Bowling Green, Ky KID K XI' School of AI-ts and Sciences 78 Qfciiljc lui Al l llfll IH' THE COMMODORE, loan Em IHC lui -I .7 ll irc Ilzll IHFSEQ U L9 Qgrr WMS qrzwag Sophomore Cllalss cffll CDepartments JOHN MONTGOMERY GABARD, K E, Nashville, School of Arts and Sciences Tenn. C. I.. GARDNER, JR., 2 N, A K K . Russellville, Ark. School of Medicine JOSEPI-I WARREN GIBBS, 'Ill B IT . . Danville. Incl. School of Medicine R. O. T. C. JULIA FRANCES GIBSON, F flv B Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences RICHARD LEWIS GIBSON, 111 A 6 . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Blue Pencil Club. RICHARD BASCOMB GOALDER, . Hickman, Ky. School of Arts and Sciences Cap and Bells: Black .Tack Clullg French Club. FRANCIS THORNTON GOHEEN . . Birmingham, Ala. C11 K XI' School of Arts and Sciences Blue Pencil Club, '29-'30, "Hustlel"' Staff, '30, HUGH BASCOM GOODWIN, JR. . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences IULIAN El-IRLICH GORTATOWSRY . . Albany, Ga. Z B T School of Arts and 'Sciences Blue Pencil Cluh, Ace Club: Glce Clubg Eta Sigma. Phi. ETTA MARIE GRAHAM ..... Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences VVHITE SOLOMON GRAVES . Crystal Springs, Miss. if' K NI' School of A1-ts and Sciences VICTOR E. GREGORY, JR. .... Nashville, Tenn. School of Engineering RICHARD WATSON GRIFFIN . . Tiptonville, Tenn. School of A1-ts and Sciences AI,l,EN TROUSDALE GUILD, K A . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Eta Sigma. Phi. JAMES BULYN GULLE1"l'E, E A E . Trimble, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Eta Sigma Phig Freshman Football and Track, '28. THOMAS MIDDLETON HARRIS . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences CALVIN NELSON 1'lARRUB, JR. . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Engineering ROBERT H. PIARVEY . . . School of Arts and Sciences - . .Nashville,Tcnn. MINNIE HAYES, A O H. School of Arts and Sciences . . .N2lshville, Tenn. VVILLIAM P. HOFFMAN, JR., Z A E, Nashville, Tenn. Sclhool of Arts and Sciences TANNER HENDRICRS, K A . . . Nashville, Tenn. Sclhool of Arts and Sciences ROBERT DAVID HERBER'f, JR.. .Nashville, Tenn. fb A 9 Sclhool of Arts and Sciences JOSEPH CANNON HlBBE'I'r,II K A , Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences JOE THOMPSON HILL, K A . . . Nashville, Tenn. School ol' Engineering Freshman Basketball. WILLIAM P. PIOFFMAN, JR., ,Nashville, Tenn. Freshman Football. JAMES STEVEN HOGG, A X A . . . Jackson, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences PAUL VVILSON HOLMAN, JR., fb K All . Glasgow, Ky. School of Arts and Sciences Eta. Sigma Phig Black Jack Clubg French Club, VVILLIAM BROYLES I-IOOPER. . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences CHRISTOPHER GEORGE HOPKINS . Nashville, Tenn. A T S2 School of Engineering LEON CUNE HOSKINS, flw K E . . . Pineville, Ky. School of Arts and Sciences Ace Club, '28, Blue Pencil Club, '2Sg Skull and Bones Club, '29. ROBERT LEROY HOUR, Z N . . . Nashville, Tenn. School 01' Engineering GEORGE MCKNIGPIT H,OUS1'0N . VVoOclbury, Tenn. Z A E School of Arts and Sciences MARTHA HALLORAN, E K . . , Nashville, Tenn. Assistant Manager Football, 'Soy Gap and Bells, '29. Sc-hoo! of Arts and Sciences - ERNEST KEESEE HARDISON,fIPA9 . Nashville, Tenn. JOSEPH TOY 'HOWELL' 'P A 9 ' ,',NaShV1He' Tenn' School of Arts .Ind Sciences School of Arts and Sciences ' . -. -'-n- 4 . 'ff . '. Fresllman Basketball: Eta. Sigma, Phi. Brmd' 98 0 ' Em' Slbmq Pm 'Tl-IOMAS FERRELL HARRIS .... Gallatin, Tenn. ROBERT B. C. HOWELL, IR-, 'P A 9,NaShville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences 5011001 of Arts and Nf'if"'09S Aj' ' ' ' wut ,nl Y ,Ll I ln! ln a s Cv4."r H wi ITQQJ THE QOMNIODORE, logo HI Im IRI If-rili eizqxrx DHI :HI 111 CDTQj .- Q9 13,959 Top Row-Knight, Lacey, Lamb, Lassiter, Law, Leonard, Lewis, Lipscomb, Loughridfze. Loventhal. Second Row-Lyon, McCaskill, McCrary, Mclielvcy. Marks. Marshall, Martin, Matison. Mitchell. Third Row-J. Moore, P. Moore, Morehead, Morris, Moses, Motlow, Myers, Newbell, C'BI'yan, Oliver. Fourth Row-Orme. Ottorson, Owen, Paschall. Sophomore Class I cf4ll Departments TOM F. HUEY, Z A E, HIP X . . . Anniston, Ala School of Medicine Medical School Honor Council, '29-'30, MARGARET LEE HUGHES, K A-9 . Jacksonville, Fla. School of Arts and Sciences ROBERT PAUL HUGHES, 41 B II . . Okolona, Ark. School of Medicine R. 0. T. c. JOHN DILLARD JACOBS, E N. .Nashville Tenn School of Engineeiing Blue Pencil Glubg A. S. M. E. TED JACOBS, JR., B 9 II ..... Florence, Ala School of Engineering BENJ. FRANKLIN JACKSON, JR. . Montgomery, Ala E N School of Arts and Sciences Band, fzs-'29, CAMELLA JOHNSTON . . . . .Hartsville, Tenn Scihool of Arts and Sciences CLAUDE D. JOHNSON, E X, III X . Brundidge, Ala. SAM OGLE JONES ..... Roswell, New Mexico H K A, A K K School of Medicine GLENN BALLENTINE JUDD, A K K . Varina, N. C. School of Medicine EDVVARD ROBBINS KANE, Q A 9 . .AtIanta, Ga. School of Arts and Sciences "Hustler" Staff, Blue Pencil Club. MARGARET LOUISE KELLER,AAA . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Lotos Eaters, Eta. Sigma, Phi. THEODORE WILLIAM KERN . . Old Hickory, Tenn. School of Engineering FRED FRANKLIN KERR, K A . Murfreesboro, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences MORTON AUSTIN KIDD, A X A . . Livermore, Ky. School of Arts and Sciences RALPH R. KINSINGER, A X A . McPherson, Kans. Schggl of Medicine School of 'Arts and Sciences 80 Sl' ' . ' N iliac Tin W I:Ir'wn?3Q :Fr ' Qfvev- ow si THE COMMODORE, loso will IHC 1111 f :li nac x nm rm in Sophomore Class cflll 5Departments PATRICK SARSFIELD KIRWAN, E A E, Louisville, Ky. School of Arts a-nd Sciences PRENTICE KIUSER, JR., A X E, sb X . Shelbyville, Ky. School of Dle-tlicine GEORGE STEPHENS KNIGI-IT . . Livingston, Tenn. PAUL ERNEST LOWE . . -... Nashville, Tenn School of Arts and Sciences FRANK COLEMAN LOWERY, K E . Nashville, Tenn School of Arts and Sciences ROBERT LEEEM LUCAS, A K K . . Winfield, Ala School of Medicine A T A School of Arts and Sciences Glee Club. GEORGE RICHARD KNOX, K A . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences VVM. HENRY LACEY, A K E . Holly SpI'iI1gs,Miss. School of Arts and Sciences Freshman Track Team. ROLAND DEVVITT LAMB, E N . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Skull and Bones Club. VVILLIAM HANCE LASSITER . School of Arts and Hu ntingdon, Tenn, Sciences Band. 'ZS-'29. MARVIN LUTHER LATIMER . . . Honea Path, S. C. 2 A E, A K K School of Medicine HOWARD CARL LAVENDER, T B T . Nashville, Tenn. School of Medicine Skull and Bones Club, '26-'27-'ZSQ Honor Committee, '29, President Freshman Medical Class, '29, EDWARD HART LAW, JR. .... Bishopville, S. C. School of Arts and Sciences Freshman Football, '2S. PERCY VV. LEA, A T iQ . . . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences THOMAS AMos LEONARD, JR., K A, Nashville, Tenn, School of Arts and Sciences President Freshman Class. '2S: Freshman Football and Track: Varsity Football, '29. ROWENA MAE LEWIS , . - . Murfreesboro, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences HUGH M. C. LINDER, -T X .... Mumford, Ala. School of Medicine JACK CATLETI' LUNDERMAN . School of Arts and ELVVYN SUSAN LYON, A A A School of Arts and EUGENE FRANKLIN MCCALL, E School of Arts and . Nashville, Tenn Sciences . Nashville, Tenn Sciences N . Monticello, Fla Sciences JOI-IN TURNER MCCALL, B 9 II . . . Rome, Ga School of Arts and Sciences SARA JANE MCCAsRILL, A A A . . Pensacola, Fla School of Arts and Sciences LEMUEL CLARENCE MCCRARY, JR. . . Lenoke, Ark EAE School of Engineering ' Freshman Track, JOSEPHINE MCKELVEY, A 0 H . . Franklin, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences MARTIN FRANCIS MCNAMARA,A TA . Stearns, Ky School of Arts and Sciences GLEN MCNEIL, A K K . . . . . Jonesville, Va. School of Medicine DOROTHY MARKS, A E fb .... Nashville, Tenn School of Arts and Sciences JOHN MAIQSI-IALL, JR., B 9 H . Washington, D. C. School of Arts and Sciences ALEXANDER MONTGOMERY MARTIN, Nashville, Tenn School of Engineering Freshman Footballg Football, '29. JAMES R. MARTIN, A X A . . School of Arts and . . Anniston, Ala Sciences Black Jack Club, '29, Glee Club, '30. LEON GILBERT MATISON, Z B T . Nashville, Tenn School of Arts and Sciences SARA SMITH LIPSCOMB, A A A . Fayetteville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences JOHN PHILIP MILHOUS -.-. Fayetteville, Tenn School of Arts and Sciences GLENN ELDRIDGE LOUGHRIDGE .... Boyd, Fla. MAIQGARET ELEANOR MINNIS . . .Augusta, Ga School of Engineering School of Arts and Sciences DORRIS LOVENTHAL, JR., ZB T . . Nashville, Tenn. ALFRED iVll'l'CHELLi A T A - - - Nashville, TCHH School of Arts and Sciences School of Arts and Sciences "Hustler" Staff, Black Jack Club. ACG Club- M li 'wi U im rum K l l 1 A I H 'H O THE ooMMonoRE, woo my Z 1111 IH: .7 I 1111 Int ings 4 Top RONX'fPRttO11, I-Rrry, Phelps, Pirtlc, Porter, Powell, Pressley, Proctor, Puryear, Pyle. Second Row-Rankin. Ransom. Rawls, G. Reynolds. L. Reynolds, Rich, Roberts, F. Robinson. P. Robinson. Third Row-Rodenhauser, N. Rose. Rosenberg, Scheffer, Scobey, Scott. D. Sharp, XV. Sharp. Fourth Row-Sibcrt, Simmons, Simon, Simpson, Sitton. Sophomore Qlloss cvfll CDepartments R. JORDAN MITCHELL ..... Columbus, Ohio A K K, 411 I' A School of Medicine Class Treasurer, '28, Class Club. Treasurer, '29, Anheuser PUGH CANNON MOORE, A School ot' Arts T Q . McKenzie, Tenn. and Sciences Blue Pencil Club, '27-'28, Classical Club, '27-'2S. W. JOE MOORE ..... School of Engineering . Birmingham, Ala. VVILLIAM MOREHEAD, 2 A School of Arts E . . Nashville, Tenn. and Sciences Freshman Football, Football, ,291 President "Y" Freshman Cabinet. BARBARA AILEEN MORRIS . . . . Gallatin, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Eta Sigma Phi. WILLIAM ROBERT MosEs .... Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences ROBERT H. MOSLEY, A K K .... Temple, Tex. School of Medicine CONNER MOTLOW, A T . . . Lynchburg, Tenn School of Arts and Sciences Ace Club, Pan-Hellenic. WILLIAM THOMAS MULLOWNEY . Nashville, Tenn School of Arts and Sciences HARRY STANLEY MYERS, JR.. . Nashville, Tenn G? K XI' School of Arts and Sciences Honor Committee. '28-'29, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. '29- '30g Treasurer Eta Sigma Phi. 'ZS-'29, '29-'30g Black .Tack Club. FRANK CAMPBELL NEWRELL . . . Lebanon, Tenn School of Arts and Sciences MARY OyBRYAN, K A 9 . . Goodlettsville, Tenn School of Arts and Sciences BUFORD LEE O,NEAL, fl, B TI . . . jackson, Tenn School of Medicine Class President, '29. CONSTANCE ORME, A O H . . . VVartrace, Tenn School of Arts and Sciences GLADYS HELEN OsB.oRNE ..... Canton, N. C School of Medicine 82 lflt I11f-- ill at 1111 111 THE COMMODORE, iloso 111 1114 IHK Ggx iqp :UI :HI 11133 Sophomore Class All Departments RICHARD JOHN OTFARSON, A T A . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences NEILL S. OWEN, JR., E N . . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Band, '28-'29. WALTER GOODE PASCHALL, A T Q . Atlanta, Ga. School of Arts and Sciences President Blue Pencil Club: French Club: Cap and Bells: Masquerader: Hustler: Commodore Represent- ative Sophomore Class. WILLIAM BURGANY PATTON . . Birmingham, Ala. A T Q School of Arts and Sciences Skull and Bones Club: Glee Club. RAYMOND HOLLAND PERRY . . Mt, Pleasant, Tenn. II K A School of Engineering MARY ANN PHELPS, A A A . . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences JAMES CHAPMAN PICKETT . . . Madison, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences lVinner 1929 Cross Country: Track. '29. RAYMOND l'lENRY PIRTLE, E A E . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Ace Club. EVELYN PORTER ...... . Cincinnati, Ohio School of Arts and Sciences WILLIAM WEBSTER PORTER . . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Engineering MARY ANN POWELL, K A '9 . . . . Dallas, Tex. School of Arts and Sciences WILLIAM GLENN PRATHER, Woodland Mills, Tenn. A K E School ,of Arts and Sciences ' HELEN PRESLEY, E K ...,. Scottsboro, Ala. School of Arts and Sciences Skull and Bones Club. FRANK SCOTT PROCTOR, B 9 II . Brentwood, Tenn. School of Engineering EDWIN K. PROVOST, fb A 9, CIR X . Nashville, Tenn. School of Medicine , Swimming Team, ,27: Skull and Bones Club. VVALLACE SUDDART PURYEAR, E X, Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences JAMES FLOYD PYLE, Z X . . . Hopkinsville, Ky. School of Arts and Sciences WEST MORTON RALSTON .... Nashville, Tenn. School of Engineering FLORA MACIJONALD RANKIN, E K . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Pan-Hellenic Council. 'WILLIAM STREET RANSOM, JR. . . Nashville, Tenn. B 9 II School of Arts and Sciences ANNIE MAY RAWLS, A O ll . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Eta Sigina. Phi: Lotos Eaters, '2SJ. JOHN CHARLES REA ..... Nashville, Tenn. School of Engineering JOHN LACEY REYNOLDS, flv K Nl' . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences "Commodore" Representative of Freshman Class: Ace Club, '29-'3O: Sports Editor Of Hustler, '29-'30, WILLIAM GLASGOW REYNOLDS . . Nashville, Tenn. :In K N11 School of Arts and Sciences HERMINE DORIS RICH, A E dv . Birmingham, Ala. School of Arts and Sciences Student Council, '29-'30: Lotos Eaters, '20-'30: Co-Ed Business Marlztf-fer of "Hustler," '30-'31, MARY FRANCES ROBERTS, Z K . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '29-'30: Eta Sigma Phi: Lotos Eaters, '29-'30. FRANCIS ARTHUR ROBINSON . Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. School of AI-ts and Sciences Glec Club, '27-'28: Vanderbilt Sinifors, '27-'28, '28-'29: Blue Pencil Club, '27-'2S. S. PHIL ROBINSON, dl K E . . . Blytheville, Ark. School of Arts and Sciences FRANCES ELIZABETH RODENHAUSER, Nashville, Tenn. A O H School ol' Arts and Sciences JOSEPH HOWARD ROONEY, fb K XII, Birmingham, Ala. School of Engineering NICHOLAS A. ROSE ...... Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences NORVEl,L SEVIER ROSE, E A E . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences "Commodore" Board. '3O. ESTA ROSENBERG, A E flf . . . Thomasville, Ga. School of Arts and Sciences Eta Sigma Phi. ALVIN BERNARD ROSENBLOOM, Z B T, Jackson, Tenn. School of Medicine Skull and Bones Club. JOE LAWSON SABLEY, E N . . . Nashville, Tenn. , School of Arts and Sciences T Ht lui Qjf fag W ll!! IHSSQ WILLIAM ROBERTS SANDUSKY . . . Pensacola, Fla. THE coMMoIooIRE, roso H4 1111 IHI Q35-YI QQQD DIV DHI 111 Qi Top Row-M. Smith. V. Smith, SfE,XV?Ll't, Stringer, Stuckey, J. Thomas, N. Thomas, Tl'RbUG, Tucker, Turner. Second Row-Tuthill, Valasko, Vaughn, Waite, Vvall, Yvare, -YV9.l'l'IlO'l.lt1l, M. E. Washiiigton. M. G. Xvashington. Third Row-Webb, F. 'WeinStein, R. Wlcinstcin, VVel1es, Wlherry, Williams, Yvilliamson, H. Wilson. Fourth Row-T. Wilson, C. Tvoodwvard, G. Xvoodward, XVl'igl1t, Vvyatt. Sophomore Qllaiss A ll Departments JIMMY SALMON, fb B H ..... . Cork, Ky. School of Medicine Second Lieutenant R. O. T. C. HIRAM SALTER, Ifll A 9, -fb X . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Medicine Basketball, '27. 2 N, if X Vice-President 'iCommodoTe" Club, '28-'29g Secretary Student Council, '27-'ZQJ Vice-President Y, M. C. A., '27g Skull and Bones Club, '27-'28, Prcsident Skull and Bones. '27-'23, Assistant Manager Track, '27-'28, Blue Pencil Club, '25-'27g President Ace Club. '27-'28, Owl Club, '27-'2Sg Sophomore Honor Roll. HARRY A. SAUEIIRLI, 111 X .... Lorraine, Kans. School of Medicine THOMAS EDWARD SCHEFFER, E N . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences HAROLD ALAN SCI-IWARTZ . . Chattanooga, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences WILLIAM ROLAND SCI-IWARTZ, K Z, Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Hill! Qxngll tw nc.-lm MASON K. SCOBEY, K A .... Nashville, Tenn School of Arts and Sciences DAVIS LAFAYETTE SCO'I'l',fPKE . Nashville, Tenn School of Arts and Sciences JAMES GORDON SHANKLIN, K E . . , Elkton, Ky School of Arts and Sciences EDVVARD DANDRIDGE SHARP, KID A 9, Nashville, Tenn VVALTER BUCHANAN SHARP,fI9A9,NE1ShVlllC, Tenn School of Arts and Sciences "Commodore" Board, -'29, Student Activities Board '30, Cap and Bells, '29, Blue Pencil Club, '30. THOMAS ELVVOOD SIDERT, 'fir K Alf . Nashville, Tenn School of Arts and Sciences Eta Sigma Phi, ,ZS-,29, '29-'30, "Hustler" Staff, '29, '29-'30, Glee Club, '29-'30. DOMINIC JOSEPH SICLARI . . . New York, N. Y School of Arts and Sciences ROBERT LOWREY SIMMONS, B 9 II . Shreveport, La School of Arts and Sciences Band, '29, Glee Club, '29g Skull and Bones Club, '29 4369 '28- WILLIAM ORRES VAUGI-IAN .... Mayfield, Ky. THE COMMODORE, ioso 1 f so HI ex im ini ' i . Q, I N im im in Q7iel3, i9'i99 Sophomore Qlloss All Departments ANNA SIMON, A E flv ..... Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences ROBLEY JUSTIN SIMPSON .... . Mobile, Ala. School of Arts and Sciences HOWARD WESLEY SITTON . . . Summerville, Ga. School of Engineering WILLIAM PORTER SMALLVVOOD . Fort VVorth, Tex. K A School of Arts mid Sciences AUSTIN MADISON SMITH, Il K A . Overall, Tenn. School of Engineering VISTON RAMSEY SMITH, A X A . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Ace Club, Glee Club, '29-'3O. LEON JOSEPH SPITZ, Z B T , . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences SAMUEL HERINIAN SPITZ, Z B T . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences SOPHIE SPITZ ........ Nashville, Tenn. School of Medicine ROBERT SI-IELLEY WAITE, EIR. . . Birmingham, Ala. FRANCES CLAIRE STEPHENS . . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences HERBERT ORLANDRA STILES . . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Engineering REAGAN STEWART, A T 9. ..... Minden, La. School of Arts and Sciences . VVILLIAM KENNETH STRINCER. . Anderson, S. C. 'fb A 9' School of Arts and Sciences Freshman Footballg Freshman Basketball: Freshman Track, Basketball, '30. IRENE HAWKINS STUCKEY . . . Experiment, Ga. School of Arts and Sciences Eta. Sigma. Phi. JESSE B. 'Tl-IOMAS, E X . . . . Morganfield, Ky. School of Engineering Freshman Football, '28, Varsity Football, '29. NORVELL ARMSTRONG TPIOMAS, X 111 . Sulphur, La. School of Arts and Sciences ALICE BRANCH TRABUE, A A A . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences "Commodore" Representative. '27-'2Sg Co-Editors, '28- '29g Lotos Eaters, '28-'29. CHARLES C. TRAEUE IV .... Nashville, Tenn. B 6 H, A K K School of Medicine Vice-President Freshman Meds, '29. BYRON PRESTON TUCRER, A T A . Nashville, Tenn. School of Engineering Vice-President Ace Club. '27, Freshman Football, '2G. MARGARET FRANCES TUCKER . . Franklin, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences JOHN PICKETT TURNER, IR., E X . New York, N. Y. School of Engineering Ace Club, Glee Club, '29, Secrctz1I'y-TI'1-asurcx' Sopho- more Engineers. LOGAN TUTI-lILL, A T Q ..... Chicago, Ill. School of Arts and Sciences Blue Pencil Club. MANUEL VALASKE ...... Nashville, Tenn. School of Engineering Glee Club. VVM. HENRY VAUGPIAN, B G H Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Glce Club, '27, '28, '29, Publicity h'I2l.llE1g'0l', '2S. Vice- Presiclent, '29, Band, '27: Bas bull Squad, '29, Cap and Bells. '29. A K E, A K K School of Medicine BSU School of Engineering MALCOLM MUSGRAVE VVALL . Charleston, VV. Va. School of Arts and Sciences Skull and Bones Club. BEN RUSH VVALLER, A K E . . . . Mayfield, Ky. School of Engineering ROMNEY EVERETT VVARE, JR. . Ifluntingdon, Tenn. A T Q , School of Arts and Sciences Band. JAMES FRANKLIN VVARMATI-I . . Humboldt, Tenn. B 9 IT School of Arts and 'Sciences BURTON ADELDER'l' WASI-IBURN,-ll: K Nl',P21dL1C21il, Ky. School of Arts and Sciences MARTHA EMILY WASHINGTON . . Nashville, Tenn. A A A School of Arts and Sciences MARTHA GOODAl.l. VVASI-IINGTON . Nashville, Tenn. A A A School of Arts and Sciences WALDO MASON VVA'l"I'LES, JR. . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences nf Inf jig? uf Int l THE GOMMODOIRE, loso 0 .ll U A . Qing 1114 :Hi 'Kg mm 1111 111 Sophomore Qllalss All Departments GEORGE CROCKETT VVEBB, 111 A 9 . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Ace Clubg Cap and Bells Club. FLORA BELLE WEINSTEIN . . . Greensboro, Ala. School of Arts and Sciences ROSELLE WEINSTEIN, A E 111. . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences CAROLYN MARGARET VVELLES, E K . Pensacola, Fla. School of Arts and Sciences ALBERT JOHNSON VVHEELER, E A E, Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences JOHN MAKES' WHERRY, E A E . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences THOMAS PORTER VVHITSETT, X ir . Nashville, Tenn. School of Engineering PERCIVAL VVILLIAMS, :Ia K Alf . . . Glasgow, Ky. School of Arts and Sciences Glee Club, '28-'29, '29-'30g Band, 'ZS-'29, '29-'30 and Bells, '28-'29, ,29-'30. S C3-P WILLIAM SCOTT VVILLIAMSON .Terre Haute, Ind. E X School of Arts and Sciences 86 HARWELL VVILSON ..... VVinter Haven, Fla E A A K K School of Medicine HOWARD T. VVILSON, E A E . . Nashville, Tenn School of Arts and Sciences Freshman Football. THOMAS VVILLIAMS W1LsoN, B 9 II . Paducah, Ky School of Arts and Sciences CHARLES PINCKNEY VVOODWARD . . Pulaski, Tenn B 9 H School of Arts and Sciences Freshman Track, '29, Band, '30. GEORGE MILTON VVOODWARD . . Nashville, Tenn. School of Arts and Sciences Blue Pencil Club. ALFRED HUGH WRIGHT, II K A . Nashville, Tenn School of Arts and Sciences THOMAS EDGAR WYATT, K A . . . Jackson, Tenn Blue Pencil Club, Skull and Bones Club. PERCY VVYLY, E A E ..... Tahlequah, Okla School of Arts and Sciences ll! et 1111 W :Has ar -rw! xr J . H' U ea se M 1 'WV M7 ' X " PQ ff K V 5H1'v5hmP11 THE COMMODORE, was 7 . A I Hi YH! IH! wg igwy Pnl 1111 Ing? Freshman Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES CLARENCE GRACEY .... ........ . . President EUGENE PILCHER . . . . . . . Vice-Presieient E. M. HAMMER . . . . . . Secretary-Trea.vurer MAURICE HOBBS . . . . Commodore Representative BURTON SHACKELEORD . - - - - Sffwflflf-df-flffflf ARCI-I SMITH JOE LESTER ABRAHAM - . . Z Is T MORRIS W. ALDER .... Z B T ALBERT D. ANDREWS . . . A T S2 TOM W. BAGLEY. . E A E JOSEPH N. BAILEY, JR. . . A K E , , , , , , , . . . . . Honor Committee . Huntsville, Ala. . .Albany, Ga. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. Freshman Track. WM. LAFAYETTE BAINBRIDGE 2 A E JOSEPH WAYNE BARKER . . WM. VVALLACE BARKSDALE . qgf'7lIliJlIl . Coffeeville, Miss . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn. Clarksville, Tenn. FREDA VIRGINIA BARLOW .... Pueblo, Col JAMES ALLEN BARR, DTR. . Mt. Pleasant, Tenn 2 N lViARTI-IA BEATON BASKETTE . Nashville, Tenn K A 9 ELIZABETH EDWARDS BEASLEY . Nashville, Tenn T QI: B Co-Editors: Vanderbilt Sin gers. ALICE SHIRLEY BENDER. A A A WILLIAM MARTIN BENZING . Terre Haute, Ind . . Asheville, N. C CLARENCE HERBERT BERSON B 9 II Freshman Football. . Brownsville, Tenn MARVIN A. BLANTON, JR. . Union City, Tenn. ZAE lflflllwifg C1 53 THE COMMODORE, loan Q.-2511: A IHC Im Gg rag nm nm 111523 Freshman Qllass SCHOOL OF ARTS JAMES BLACKMAN BODDIE . . Madisonville, Ky. ALBERT VVILLIAM BORK .... Prescott, Ariz. JACK BRADEN ....... Nashville, Tenn. fPA9 "Commodore" Board, '30, AMY LEONORA BREYER . . . Nashville, Tenn. AND SCIENCES IQATHERINE DUDNEY . . A 0 PRICE HOPE DUEE . . . ALICE TEMPLE DYER . . A A A JAMES SAMUEL EATON . K A H . . Nashville, Tenn Nashville, Tenn . . Nashville, Tenn . Gulfport, Tenn A E 'If Chairman of Freshman Girls, Co-Editors. MOR1'IMER HENRY EHRMAPQ , Qedal-hui-St, N. Y OTEY VVALKER BRIGGS . . . Franklin, Tenn. A E,H K A Glee Club, BUFORD ALLEN BROWN Delroge Tenn RICHARD EUGENE ELSBERRY . . Pine Bluff, Ark . . . . . , . . AARLLS RODS ENDSLE . Y t T SIDNEY CI-IAPPELL BULLA .Nashv1lle, Tenn. CH F J ,DYK E Sueewater' erm A X A , . . A OHN MARTIN ERWIN . VValter Hill, Tenn Glee Club, Spanish Club. K A JAMES WILLIS BURKS . . . . Nashville, Tenn. JOE LANDON EVINS ' ' D Smithville' Tenn JOHN KENTON CHAPMAN . . Columbia, Miss. 4' K 73 K A LEWIS HARLEY FORBES . . Murfreesboro, Tenn MARGARET CHAPPELL . . . Birmingham, Ala. HAZEL ADELE FOREMAN . . . Nashville, Tenn A O II A E fb JAMES BRUCKNER CHASE . . Nashville, Tenn. COMES LAWSON FORT .... Nashville, Tenn B 9 II A K E Glee Club. Vanderbilt Singers. DAVIS ALBERT CLARK . . . Sweetwater, Texas HOLLIS FORT, IR- ---f-- AmCfiCUS, G2 X gf, E A E CHARLES RUNCIE CLEMENTS Nashville, Tenn. JOEL SELMAN FORTUZEA 9' - Lafayeffe- Ga K A Band- Freshman Football and Basketball. ROBERT MUIR CLEMENTS, JR Nashville, Tenn. JUUAN MASON FOSTERA- 9 ' Madison, G3 2 N GEORGE C CLOYS JR Un. U C.t T rin Freshman Football and Basketball. . . . . . io 1y e . , I A T S2 ' GEORGE SIESEL FRANKLIN . Little Rock, Ark Band. Debating Team, '30, HOWARD JAMES FRANKLIN . RAYMOND JOHN CONSLEY . . . . Helena, Ark. E N Debating Team, Black Jack Club, "Hustler" Staff. WILLIAM NORVEL COOK . . Winchester, Tenn. fb K E EDWIN BYRON FREELAND. HORACE FRIERSON III . . Little Rock, Ark '30. Nashville, Tenn. Columbia, Tenn. fb A 9 EMILY ELIZABETH CRAWEORD.New Orleans, La. A A A E WM. JOSEPH FULLER, JR. . . Montgomery, Ala. E N JACK AUBREY CRITTENDEN . . Hartselle, Ala. Band 2 N ' Band, VVILLIAM ALLEN FUQUA . Nashville, Tenn. , A K E AUONZ0 WELLS DANIEIIQ A ' ' Nashville' Tenn' GERALDINE GALLAGHER . . . Nashville, Tenn. 2 K 7 D . . . ' . . JOHN WALKER ARRIAHT 9 Nashvlue' Tenn ROBERT ALDERMAN GEER . Greenville, S. C. P M Flgeshman Fcmtbagl' h .H T Freshman YALE A. Cabinet. AUL ACLIN AVIS'KTIi,l' as V1 e' erm' NANCY SPARKS GILLESPIE. .Nashville, Tenn. WILLIAM DIDCOTT .,,,, Nashville, Tenn. ALBERT LEWIS GOLDBERE gil . Nashville, Tenn. , , . . N h 'll , T . , MARTHA ANN DILION as V1 e erm WM. CORNELIUS GOLDEN, R. . Nashville, Tenn. K A 9 ADELLE DUDNEY . . . . Nashville, Tenn. CHARLES MINOR GORE .... Bristol, Tenn. A 0 H 112 A 9 fynrmmn A m- A I:Ir'mnHQffQ ,.,,. . A Givej wt-K9 THE COMMODORE, Ioan rr 6 9 'TTA Qgijjlt IH! IH: I at 011 :HI IH 9.9 flI9fl9 lFIrCSlhIm.aum Qllaiss SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES CLARENCE B. GRACEY, JR. . . Franklin, Tenn. E N ALVIN EDVVARIJ GRAHAM . . Nashville, Tenn. K A ISIDORE MORRIS GRASSGREEN . Brooklyn, N. Y. FRANCES RANDALS GREER. . Nashville, Tenn. LUCY GILMORE GREER. . .Nashville, Tenn. A O H PAUL OWEN GUFFEE .... Franklin, Tenn. CHARLES EWART HAGAN . . . Prospect, Tenn. TPIOMAS L. HALE, JR. . . Old Hickory, Tenn. K A PHILLIPS HALL ...... Nashville, Tenn. ESTES MARION HAMMER, JR.. .Dallas, Tex. fll K All SecI'etaI'y-Treasurer :Fl'6ShH'12L11 Academics: Glee Club. AVERY LEE HANCOCK . . . . . Fulton, Ky. JACK W. HARRIS . . . .Nashville, Tenn. Z 9 T PHILLIP EDWARD HARRIS . . SI' K NI' JULIAN CASWELL HAWRINS . Nashville, Tenn. . Caruthersville, Mo. s CHARLES MEIIL HUDSON. JR. . Nashville, Tenn. A X A CHARLES VVILLIAM HUGFl"S . . Oakdale, TenII. K E LEROY SNYDER HULAN . . . Shelbyville, Tenn. B O IT LIARRISON BRIDGES HUNTER. .Louisville, Ky. 2 X. HARRY HURWITZ. . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. A E II THOMAS J. HUTSON. . . Chattanooga, Tenn. DORRIS VVILBUR HYDE . .Nashville, Tenn. A T O ERNEST SYLVAN IRVVIN, JR. . Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. 2 N JOE HICKS JOHNSON ...,.. Atlanta, Ga. FRED KYLE JOHNSTON . Chattanooga, Tenn. dv A O VVILLIAM ASA JOHNSTON . . . Hickman, Ky. fi- K III Black Jack Club, JOHN CLAYTON JONES . . . 2 N PIAMUS WALTER JONES . . Pine Bluff, Ark. . . Albany, Ga. JOHN JAMES HEFLINIZ JANE- - Memphis, Tenn- VVARD RANDOLPH KANE . . . Nashville, Tenn. ' 2 N AH 1 I H use el P I H NANN KARNES . . . . . . Sonora, Tex. RA EINEIERG . . ..... en aco a I a. . R E H Rmds I LF MICHAEL KASCHAK . . ..,. Bristol, Conn. OEERT ARNEST ELLEN R. . e ' enn. , . ' ' I 1 g ly' THOMAS ALEXANDER KELLY . Nashville, Tenn. 'Fl-IOMAS P. HENDERSON, JR. . . Franklin Tenn. TI K A A T Q , . Freshman Foot-ball and Basketball. ROBUJ M' KENNEDY, A' G' ' Nashvllle' Tenn' THOMAS L. HEP-BERT,b 2119- -NHShVil1C, TCHH- CLARENCE GREGG KING, JR.. .BI-istol, Tenn. ' fl? A 9 , l l ' I l7!'6Sl'1l'I'l21l1 Football: Fl'9ShlURl1 Bc Sl etball: FI' sl - NARY CHRISTINE HICKS Nashvllle' genn man Track: Freshman Y. M. CA. Cabinet? I MAURICE BME HOB? T A ' ' Denver' em' JOSEPH CROVVELL KING .... Ashland, Ky. ERNEST MARTIN HOLMES Q v Nashville, Tenn- JANE AMANDA KROECWIQEL B. . Nashville, Tenn. K A MATTE SUE HOLMES I l A . Nashville, Term. DOROTHY ANNE KRUl?T1?ER . Cleveland, Ohio PARKER HOLT. . .. . .Tullahoma, Tenn. LOUIS VVILUAM LANDAU I . .Albanyy Ga. JAMES ROSS HOPKINS .... Nashville, Tnen. Z B T 2 A E Glee Club, Baud. "Hustler-" JENNIE SUE LANIER . .... Madison, Tenn. ROBERT HOUSTON HORSLEY . Hartsville, Tenn. A 0 H 2 A E DICR LAITTA LANSDEN . . . . Nashville, Tenn. MERRILL HOVEY . . . . . . Nashville, Tenn. A X A 2 N Secretary of Spanislx Clubg Fresliman Football. PAUL GRAINGER HUDGINS . . Union Cir ,Tenn. MILTON LAZARUS . . . . . Nashville, Tenn. Y fir K NI' , - Vanderbilt GIGS Club- JAMES PORTER LEAFHERS . . Nashville, Tenn. WARD JAMES HUDGINS 1 I 1 A Boonville, MO' VIRGINIA NELL LEEPER . . . Nashville, Tenn. A T S2 NED DAVIS LENTZ ..... Nashville, Tenn. Freshman Football. E N Qynim ,,. rlfihnigfl 'GPi'E5 . fi5?l9 THE COMMODORE, ioso my 1 1' :HI DHI Frmd -NA :UI IUI 112332 CS . Q9 13133 JAMES LABON LEWIS . . II K A VENABLE LANE LEWIS . . . ROBERT COEFEY LIDDON . . A K E ROBERT VVILKINS LIGHTFOOT 2 N CHARLES THOMAS LOVVE . . A K E ROBERT QUINTIN LOVVE. JR. A T A JOSEPH B. LOWENHEIM . . CHARLES TAYLOR LOWRY. . MALCOLM DEATON lVlCAUl..EY JOHN DEWS MCCAULEY . 2 A E l'lENRY F. MCELROY, JR. . . FRANK OWEN MCGEHEE . . E A E Freshman Class SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES . Nashville, Tenn Crossville, Tenn. . . Corinth, Miss. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn. Greenville, Miss. . Byhalia, Miss. . Sapulpa, Okla. Kansas City, Mo . Pine Bluff, Ark LAYTON CASSIDY PAISLEY . . Kingston, N. C. B . . .Nashville, Tenn. VASSIXR LEE PARKER . Debating Team. WM. LONGLEY PARRIN .V . Little Rock, Ark. 2 I Al.BER1'A TEEI.E PATE . . . Nashville, Tenn. ERNEST VVI-IITE PATTON , . Chattanooga, Tenn. K A ROBERT D. PAYNE ...,. Nashville, Tenn. fl? K il' HEBERT JEFFERSON PECR . . Springfield, Tenn. E X ALERY JOHN PEDDY, JR. . . .Lakeland, Fla. JAMES A. PEOPLES, JR. . - Blue Ridge, N. C. 2 X Freshman Track. GEORGE BROWN PERRY. . .NaShville, Tenn. H K A EUGENE CULLER PILCHER. .Nash-ville, Tenn. K A Glee Club: Vice-President Freshman Class. JOI-IN CLAYTON PITTMAN . . . . Drew, Miss. K 2 VVINFRED DARWIN POLK . . . . Corning, Ark. fl, K E lVlARTl-lA LEYVIS POPE . . Ft. Laudertlale, Fla. K A O GEORGE EDGAR PRYOR . .Stamforcl, Tex. B O TI LEONARD EUGENE RAGSDALE . . Donelson, Tenn. A T A JAMES READ MCILWABNEKD. . Nashville, Tenn. HARRY G. MCNAMEED .KG5antl Junction, Tenn. WILLIAM L. MCNEVIN ..... Tampa, Fla. SAMUEL ALLARD MCPHERSON . Baltimore, Md. EFFIE MEEK MAIDEN .... Nashville, Tenn. A O H DANIEL JULIAN MAIMON . .NaShville, Tenn. JOHN BAREEE MAJ-ORS .... Ripley, Tenn. A K E A DOW'ELBERT MALLERNEE . . Nashville, Tenn. DAVID I'lERSCHEL MARSHALL . Springfield, Tenn. VVILLIAM JAMES MASHBURN - Nashville, Tenn. ROBERT HENRY MAXWELL . . Nashville, Tenn. BYRDE MAY ..... Pennington Gap, Va EDGAR JAMES MOORE .... Perryville, Mo VVILL ALLEN MOORE . . . Bethel, N. B. MORRIS ...... Nashville, SYLVIA MINA MORRIS . . . Spartanburg, A E :I- PAUL GUNRLE MORRISSEY, JR. . Nashville, K 2 Bandg Glee Club. EDWARD NEIS, JR. ...... Detroit, Tenn Tenn S. C Tenn Mich LI.OYD IRA RAMSEY . . VVILLIAM RAMSEY . . . . . Trezevant, Tenn . . .Pineville, Ky flv AO VINCENT MARVIN RAVEL JOE CECIL RAY .... EDWARD E. REISMAN . . . . . El Paso, Tex . VVincheSter, Tenn - Chattanooga, Tenn Z B T FRANCES MAY RICH .... Nashville, Tenn A E fl, CROCRETT ROBBINS . . Gallatin, Tenn EWING FARLAND ROBBINS. . .Maytielcl, Ky 2 N A K E ' GILBERT M. ROBERTS, JR. . Chattanooga, Tenn WV. DOUGLAS ODELL .... Montclair, N. J A ID A 9 2 X I MARTHA E. ROBERTS .... Nashville, Tenn CHARLES WARNER OLIVER . . Nashville, Tenn. GORDON KEITH ROGERS A . t t Belzoni, Miss HERNDON ALBERT OLIVER, JR. . Nashville, Tenn. mee muh B O Tl ' E 4 .o.. 7 I RICHARD VVATSON OWEN . . Evansville, MISS. JAMES Oscfm ROGERS west Palm' Ga 'P A 9 LOUIS ROSENFELD ..... Nashville, Tenn Fresliman Football. Z B T XMB! 111.7 1 F 1 QJ Iris! IH! iniiig 1949 THE COMMODORE, Ioao will ln! ill! 1 4 Q U: Im 1111 IU?-QS GJiQ, ,g,9fl9 Freshman Qllass ROBERT NATHAN ROSENTHAL . Cincinnati, Ohio. DOROTHY SWEENY . 1, ig . . Nashville, Tenn Z B T B KENT SAMPSON . . . . .... Harlan, Ky. C0'Edit0f5i Spanish Club- fb A 9 MARION TALLEY ...., Petersburg, Tenn "HustleI"' Staff. A T A SEYMOUR SAMUELS, JR. . . . Nashville, Tenn. Ffeshman Football- Z B T ANDREW BLAINE THACH . .Nashville, Tenn JAMES FRANCES SAVELY . Hendersonville, Tenn. A X A EDWIN A' SAYERS, JR. U g i Nashville, Tenn. ELIZABETH R. THOMKASA. A. .NashvIlle, Tenn. X SIP Freshman Fogtball, JAMES COLLINS THURMAN . Chattanooga, Tenn. v . 4' A 9 LEE CAI-IN SCHLESINGER . . . Memphis, Tenn. F Z B T ootball. BURTON SHACKELFORD . . Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. ERNEST AUSTIN TILLEEYN ' ' - Decatur, Ala E N CLARENCE E. SHEEN . . West GEORGE WASHINGTON SHoRT.Tullahoma, Tenn. JOAN SHYER ....... A E fb PAUL COOPER SIMPSON . . E X Freshman Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, . ball. MARTIN JOSEPH SISK .... LILLIARD RUDOLPHUS SLOAN. ALFRED WINN SMITH . . . ARCH WINN SMITH .... 2 A E BAXTER WALLACE SMITH . . 2 A E FLEMING WOOD SMITH. . . E A E GEORGE L. SMITH ..... A X A RICE SMITH ....... E N HELEN LOUISE SOUTHARD. . A O TI ERNEST L. SPAIN, JR.. . . fi: K 2 E DOROTHY P. SPEAS . . . Win A A A PAUL WEBB SPAIN . . fb K HARRY NIOORMAN STANFIELD . MARTHA STANFILL ..... I' da B KENNETH STANSFIELD, JR. . . LERA MARIE STEVENS . . . ROBERT WOMACK STROUD. . fl! A 9 JULIA KATHERINE SUMMERS. Co-Editors. Qifntian Palm Beach, Fla. Nashville, Tenn. JOHN FRANKLIN TOMLINSON . . Amarillo, Tex Nashville, Tenn. Freshman Basket- Nashville, Tenn. Riddleton, Tenn. . Portland, Tenn. Texarkana, Ark. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Decherd, Tenn. . Mayfield, Ky. Lakewood, Ohio Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Ston-Salem, N. C. . Louisville, Ky. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. fl: v X QI: - WILLIAM E. TOMLINSON, JR. . Amarillo, Tex X fir THOMAS MALONE TRABUE . . Nashville, Tenn. B 9 II NICHOLAS CON TROMBLA . .Nashville, Tenn MAYSEL EDRI WAGNER. . .Nashville, Tenn JOHN WIN-STON WAKEFIELD .Nashville, Tenn 2 X GEORGE HUGH WATERS . . .Lebanon, Tenn A T S2 FRANCIS A. WATSON . . . Chattanooga, Tenn fb A 9 Freshman Football and Basketball. CHARLES BOILLIN WATTS . . Clarksville, Tenn TI K A Glee Club. ELEANOR FARRELL WEBER . . Nashville, Tenn 2 K DAVID ROBERT VVEILLi JR. . Chattanooga, Tenn B T ELIZABETH WHALEY . - . .Nashville, Tenn A A A WALTER HOWARD WHITE, JR. . Nashville, Tenn E A E MARGARET WHITEMAN . . .Nashvillq Tenn A O II JOSEPH THOMAS WHITFIELD . Nashville, Tenn CHARLES P. WILSON, JR. . . Brentwood, Tenn fb A 9 CHARLES ELIHU VVINER . . Chattanooga, Tenn. SANFORD WISE, JR. .... New York, N. Y A T S2 MORGAN LEON WOODWARD . Lewisburg, Tenn. WARREN RAY WYLIE . . .Montgomery, Ala. JAMES BEVERLY YOUNG . . . Nashville, Tenn. E N ncionici A THE GOMMODOIRI3, Ioan 22551 2 N' 1111 DHI ,nw LN im im Ig ,Q Q., Freshman QHHLSS SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING TRUETT B. SEWELL . . JOE MYERS ..... G. B. MCCULLOUGII . VAUGHN MANSFIELD . . GEORGE DEERE . . . . E. M. VVATKINS. . . . . . . . . . . . President . . . . . Vice-President . . . . Secr'oZa1'y-Treamrer . Commodore Representati-ve . . . . . . Sergeant-al-Arms . . . . . Honor Commitlee JOHN J. ALEERS .,... Nashville, Tenn. ALBERT HEATII CARRIER,N JR. . Asheville, N. C E X 2 Il DRURY PERKINS ALLEN . . . Nashville, Tenn WILLIAM BURT CARTER . . . Nashville, Tenn Tl K A A K E ROBERT PRESTON BARRY . . - Nashville, Tenn GORDON THOMAS CHAPPELL . Birmingham, Ala 2 N 2 X SAM BASAN ..... . . , Henderson, Ky. A. S. M- E. WILLIAM DAVIS BEASLEY . . Nashville, Tenn LANE STOMBAUGH CLARK - - Nfwhvillff. TCHI1 E X JAMES FRANKLIN CONNER . . . Dayton, Tenn JAMES EDMUND BELLAH . . . Donelson, Tenn K E A T A A. s. M. E. JO-E RONALD BLACKWOOD . . Nashville, Tenn. GEORGE WILLIAM COOK . . . Bridgeport, Ala WILLIAM FRED Boon? ik L , ,H K EDWARD C. CRABTREE .... Okolona, Miss ' ' ' ' Oulsvl e' ly' VVILLIAM W. CUNNINGIIAM . Hermitage, Tenn JOHN RAWDON Bm 'Z' N' ' Montgomery' A 3' WALTER DANIEL CURL . . Mount Juliet, Tenn GEORGE CRILE BREW .... Nashville, Tenn. AMOS M. DAMPIER, JR. . . . Nashville, Tenn GIQGTCIQHJ ANTHONY GEORGE DEER . . Chattanooga, Tenn ' , KI: A 9 VVM. THOS. BUCHANAN . Hendersonville, Tenn. A. S. C. E., "Hustler" staff. eq, . 9.z.1,95lIl H rf W ncinkifl THE COMMODORE, IOSO HI' :Ha in VW I . J Inf :HI IH 0265. gi-L9 Freshman Class SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING BARNARD DOYNE .,... Nashville, Tenn VVM. MCCLURE DRANE, JR. . Clarksville, TenII A T A REID BINGI-IAM DUNCAN . VVM. LAURENCE FOSTER. .Bii-mingham, Ala A 'I' sz Freshman Football. BURL EMERSON FOUST . . Knoxville, Tenn A T A Freshman Football. ROBERT ALLEN GARRISON . . . . Monroe, La VVILLIAM DONALD GESLING . . . Ashland, Ky X fb JOHN L. GODWIN . . . . Nashville, Tenn E X Freshman Basketball. JOHN VVESLEY HALL, JR. . . Nashville, Tenn MARION HENRY HARRELL. .Nashville, Tenn CHARLES EDWIN HARRIS . . . Nashville, Tenn BENJAMIN B. HAWVKINS . . . Nashville, Tenn X fl, NATHAN VAN HENDRICKS. . Columbia, Tenn B 9 TI LEONARD OTIS HOPKINS, JR. . Nashville, Tenn A T sz LELAND MCTYEIRE JORDAN . . . Wilson, Ark REUEEN KOMISAR .,... Nashville, Tenn A E H Fresliman Football. EASTON EDWARD LEBO . . . Tiptonville, Tenn SD K 2 CHARLES BEODECKER LEYENDECRER . VVaCo, Tex Z X Freshman Football. ROBERT LYGON LOCKETT . . . Savannah, Ga A T S2 Freshman Football. ROBERT VVINFRED LOCKE'I"I' . Jacksonville, Fla A T Q Freshman Football. FRANCES LONG . ,.., .Nashville, Term CLIFTON HENRY MCCORMICK . Memphis, Tenn . Greenwood, Miss. VICTOR M. MORREL JOSEPH CARSON MYERS. .Nashville, Tenn. ANDREVV IVERSON MYI-IR . . . Belleview, Tenn. E N . . . Milford, Tex. Freshman Football. SAMUEL CONLON NANCARROW . Texarkana, Ark. HERSCI-IEL SWIHART NELSON . Birmingham, Ala. B 9 .IT Commodore Board: Freshman Trac-lc: Freshman Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, NViI1I1er Cross Country. HARRY NEWTON . . . . Weatherford, Tex. Z1 X Freshman Football. JOHN VVALLACE NICPIOLSON . Nashville, Tenn. A T A Glee Club. LEE ROBERT O'KAIN . . . . Nashville, Tenn. ROBERT VVILLIAM OVERTON . . . Sharon, Tenn. VVILLIAM CLYDE PARI-IAM .... Latta, S. C. TI K A CTOEBEL BREVVER PICRERING . . Nashville, Tenn. R. E. POWELL, JR. ..... Little Rock, Ark. ROBERT NORMAN PUGH . - . Memphis, Tenn. A T S2 VVM. CLYDE ROBERTS McMinnville, Tenn. E X Freshman Football. VVILLIAM MILTON Ross . . . Nashville, Tenn. JAMES HENRY RYAN . . . . Nashville, Tenn. K Z ROBERT A. RYAN ..... Nashville, Tenn. K 2 TRUETT BANKS SEVVELL . . . Decatur, Ala. K E HENRY EDWARD SMITH . . . Donelson, Tenn. GEORGE PARKE STREET Ill .... Fulton, Ky. K E JAMES HARRIS TATE . . . . Nashville, Tenn. 2 N JESSE B. THOMAS ..... Morganhelrl, Ky. 2 X Football. GRESHAM BROWN MCCULLOUGI-I . Atlanta, Ga Xflf JOHN SCHULER MCKINNEY . . El Dorado MORTON MCMURRAY, JR. . . . Smyrna, B 9 IT TIOWARD V. lVlANSFIEl.D . McMinnville, K 2 Commodore Representative Enp:iIIeerin:,f Freshman Football. Tenn Tenn Class MAURICE EDWIN MATTINCLY . Nashville, Tenn QI: K YJ! JOHN GEORGE MILLER . . Nashville, Tenn A T A A. S. C. E. , Ark. LAWRENCE OYBRYAN TRABUE . Nashville, Tenn. 2 X ERNEST MONROE WATRINS . . . Augusta, Ga. fl, A 9 Freshman Football. WM. MADISON VVATKINS, JR. . Nashville, Tenn. K E GEORGE CHRISTIAN VVEST . . Nashville, Tenn. K 2 Freshman Football. SEDGEVVICK DAVIS VVEST . . Nashville, Tenn. K 2 JAMES COKE MOORE - . . Buena Vista, Tenn A T Sz VVILLIAM JOE MOORE . . . Birmingham, Ala THOMAS WYATT MOORES . . Fayetteville, Tenn WILLIAM GARLAND MOREI-IEAD . . Chicago, Ill 2 X VVILLIAM GAMB-ILL VVHITSITT . Lebanon, Tenn. SID K E. - JAMES BOVVLING WHITWORTH . Clarksville, Tenn. A T A PRESLEY ALONZO WILLIAMS . Nashville, Tenn. A K E Tenn. HIISLIARD O. VVOOD .... Nashville, K A 94- mv QQ gym nm F ,. . be J Im III Til-lIlE QOMMODORE, 11930 q 1111 1114 ,Ll .7 ' ein 7 :Ht 'Hi IEW A f GJ-Fil ' ew? .fii-Q-D GJ LD I0 Q W, xv fy ,f , 1 1 'Il iff i, 1 4 If 4 4 Freshman C1388 SCHOOL OF LAW HENDRIX ROWELL . . . . . L, C. B. YOUNG . . GREENFIELD Q. POLK . JAMES D. JENKINS . HORACE WELLS . DAVID BALLON . . . . Memphis, Tenn BEN BECKHAM, JR. . .... Memphis, Tenn 9 EI ALLAN BERRY . ....... Gurdon, Ark 2 A E ALBERT LANDER BOWEN . . . Nashville, Tenn. A JAMES OVERTON BUTLER . Murfreesboro, Tenn . . . . . . Prexident . . . . Vibe-Preyidcnz' . . . . S ecrezfary-T rcasurer . Commodore Representative . . . Honor Commillcc JOHN SHELBY COFFEY, JR. . . Columbia, Tenn. B 9 H Freshman Football Squadg Freshman Basketball: Varsity Basketball, '30, Owl Club, Sophomore Honor Roll. MAUIQICE J. COHN ..... Swiftown, Miss. Z B T JOHN M. CONNOR ..... Nashville, Tenn. fb A 9 ARTHUR CROWNOVER, JR. . . Nashville, Tenn. 1IPBK,TKA Eta Sigma Phi, Alpha Phi Epsilon: Debating . K A Team. Exilim! J ' nivniffl L4 Q2 THE COMMODORE, loao IU xl! ' Ht IBF Int- g g ,gag Dill 1111 Freshman Qllass SCHOOL OF LAW JAMES CRUTCHER ..... Nashville, Tenn. A T A JAMES C. DALE .... Goodlettsville, Tenn. 11: B K, E T Track Team. '27. '28, '29, YVrestli11g Team, '26, Debating Team, '28, Artus Club. HUGH E. DELOZIER . . Maryville, Tenn. VVILLIAM DEWITT DODSON . Hermitage, Tenn. X KI, VVII.I,IAivI REID HILLMAN . . . jackson, Tenn. E A E HARRY C. PIEROTFI. . . , 2 X GREENFIELD Q. POLK. . . 2 N FLETCHER C. RANSOM A X A VVILLIAM F. ROSENBLAT1' . K 2 Memphis, Tenn . Helena, Ark . Olney, Ill . Atlanta, Ga Freshman Football, Football, '28, '29, '30, Al.EXANDER HENDRIX ROWELL . Pine Bluff, Ark ZAE Secretary-Treasurer Sophomore Class, '27, Secre- tary-Treasurer Junior Class, '28-'29, Owl Club I'IAL LIOLMES . . . . K 22 CHARLES H. HUDSON . . 2 X . Trenton, McAleSter, Tenn. Okla. Commodore Club, Owl Club, Artus Club, '28, Glee Club, '27, '28, '30, Blue Pencil Club. Track, JAMES D. JENKINS . . Fayetteville, N. C. B. ALEXANDER JOHNSON . . Lake VValeS, Fla. B G H Accompanist of Glee Club, '27, '28, '29. LEO M. KUEHN, JR. .... Gainesville, Tex. E X GORDON B. LEWIS ..... Georgetown, Ky. 9 K N KATl'lERlNE E. MILLER. .Ancon, Canal Zone 2 K DAN E. MOGUOIN, JR. - . . Nashville, Tenn. Z A E Freshman Football, "Hustler" Staff, Football, '29. Commodore Club, Student Council, Manager of Football. '29, "Y" Cabinet, Track Team, '28-'29, President Freshman Law Class. CHARLES HENRY RUTHERFORD . Nashville, Tenn. A T A Glee Club. VVOODARD C. rIxIP'l'ON . . . . Hickman, Ky. fl' K NP 1 Sergeant-at-Arms Freshman Law. VVILLIAM YIIBBETI' VVARWICK . Nashville, Tenn. 2 A E Sergeant-at-Arms Freshman Class, Freshman Football, '27, Varsity Football, '28-'29, Golf Team, '29, Cap and Bells, '29, HORAOE V. WELLS, JR. - . . Nashville, Tenn. K A Assistant Track Manager, '28, '29, Freshman Law Honor Committee. HAlA'KINS D. VVESTMORELAND . . Athens, Ala. A X A JOE V. VVILLIAMS, IR. . . Chattanooga, Tenn. fb A 9 B. YOUNG. , . . . .OsceOla, Ark. 111 K 2 Ace Club, Owl Club, "Commodore" Representa- IOE MORSE, JR. .... . . Nashville, Tenn. tive Sophomore Class, "Commodore" Board, '27, Z B T '28, '29, Assistant Manager Football Team. '28, Pan-Hellenic Council, '28, Vice-President Fresh- "Ht1stler," '25, '26, Golf, '25, '26, man Law Class. 96 111 lui 1 1 A Im :Hag Irs- ' Tll-lIlE QOMMOIOOIRE, IIOOO ' gl Gnggill Im lui I Q ' WEB I 1111 I 1111 1113352 CSQK9 Freshman Cllalss SCI-IOOL4 OF MEDICINE JAMES A. TAYLOR .....,...... . .. . Presidenl HOUSTON TANKSLEY. . . . . Vice-Presidenl ' T. L. POOLE.. . . DAVID S. BAYER ...... Nashville, Tenn. 2 N, QI: X RANKIN CLAY BLOUNT .... Guthiaria, Ky. A K K J. G. BOIIOREOUSH . . .Birmingham, Ala. ROBERT BOWMAN .... johnson City, Tenn. A K K ,YAMES T. BOYKIN . . - Murfreesboro, Tenn. E A E, KID X CECII. HOOEER BROWN .... Jackson, Tqnn. 2 A E, 112 X 97 . Secrc'Zary-Treasurer I-I. YN. BROWN ...... Muskogee, if B III OGDEN CARR BRUTON . . . Mt. Gilead, A K K G. JOI-IN BUOOINOII . . . Byron Center, fl? B H HENRY MURFREE CARNEY . . Tullahoma, A T A, 'Il X Owl Club, Skull and Bones. SOLOMON FRANKLIN COPE . McMinnville, fl, BTI Mich N. C Mich Tenn Tenn Sergeant-at-Arms in Skull and Bones Club. Q-will :Hz GXE5 Q -rwggg THE COMMlODOlR'lE, lfoso C2111 -IU :nf I : S UI :ul :rn In eJeQ5. . lq5-sw lFIr'OslhIm.aun1 Clleuss SCHOOL OF MEDICINE MARVIN B. CORLETTE .... Nashville Tenn S. L. LOVVENSTEIN, R. . . . Nashville Tenn. Y Y .flHA9,fbX ZBT ROLLIN A, DANIEL ,,,,, Naghvilley Term LOUIS LOVVENSTEIN ..... Nashville, Tenn. A T A II K Z B T EUGENE T. ELLISON ..... Stevenson, Ala EARL C- I-OWERY --A-- Rflynhaml N- C- A 'Ir A, IIA N 'I' B H JAMES 0. FINNEY ' I D 1 ' . Florence Ala JOI-IN T. MASON, JR. . . . McMinnville, Ieun ' 11- A 2 II: X :JI X ' S I FISHMAN Nilghvme Tam CHARLES F. MAYEERRY. .Hunterville, N. C. . .. ...... .. , Z B T TALMAGE L. PEELE ..... Raleigh, N. C. fb B II JOHN VVILSON GARNETI, JR. . Fort Worrh, Tex. 'Tx B H GEOllGE H. PUTNAM .... Birmingham, Ala , , fb B II LESLIE M, GARRE1'1' . . . . . BCOYIEVIIIC, Ky fl- B TI GEORGE D. SCI-IUESSLER . . . . Columbus, Ga fl- B II SARAH FRANCES GRAPE . .Russellville, Ill EWING SELIGMAN . . Nashville, Tenn JESSE M. GROVES . .... Spi-irighelrl Tenn V 4, B H ' FRANK K. SEWELL . ..... Jackson, Ky. I :If B H . ' - . .... O.k I'll Al. . HENRY Y HARPER A K K '1 In ' 1 TRI-MBl.E SHARBER . .... Nashville, Tenn A X A HENRY LYTLE HARRELL - . . VVooclbI11'y,T':nn. -WM. S.,.R,Nm.,Em SLOAN I myaynesvillev N. C ORION VV. HARIRIS ..... Nashville, Tenn JOE M. SIRAYIIORN ..... Nashville, Tenn KDBTI AKK,fI1BK TLIOS. ALEXANDER I'IATI-ICOCK . Norwood, N. C. ARTHUR STUMB0 ----- - - Martin, KY A K K , VVILLIAM HUSTON TANRSLEY . Nashville, Tenn. GEORGE AURREY PIAWES . . . Conway, S. C H K A' 'I' B H A K K Skull and Bones Club. '27-'2S. '28-'29, Black Jacks '28-'293 Vice-President Freshman Medical, Class v '29-'sog student Council Meaiem sehooi, '29-'so. HUGH L. HOUSTON ...... Murray, ky A T A, A K K JAMES ALSTORE TAYLOR . . . . Belzoni, Miss. X KD, A K K BERNARD E. KANE . . . Ifzulvi, PCI President Fl'C"Shl'l'l?Ll1 Medical Class. O, FRANK KLECKNER ,,,,, Buffalo! N, Y, SAMUEL UI-CHURCH ..... Canton, Ala. A K K 2 N, fl, X I T LIFE Lime Rock Ark VVALTER E. VVILKINS .... Mars Hill, N. C . . ...,... , . B 9 H ROBERT I'IARDlN VVILLIAMS . . . Corinth, Miss. Pan-Hellenic Council, '30, A K K BENJAMIN LIPSCIIITZ , . . . Carona N. Y. WILLIAM DOAR WILSON . . . Huntsville Ala. Y Y Z B T K A. fb X QZHI 'WHL' id e uc 1111 DHHS TIIE GOMMOOORE, wsu - J EH HI :Ht IHI Qjqgjl Q-sag I uc :En IHHQ Freshman Class Schobl of Nursing GEORGIA BATES ................. President SUE ELLEN BAGOT . . .... Vice-President DOROTHY SNELL . . . Secretary-Treasurer JULIET 'RUMPH . . . . . Sergeanzf-at-Arms ROLL SUE ELLEN BACOT . MARGARET BAKER . EDNA MAE BARRICS GEORGIA BATES . . NELL CARDWELL . ARTI-IRENE CARTER ELIZABETH DANIEL LUCILLE DANSEREAU SARA DAVIS. . . . Nashville, Tenn. Mooresville, N. C. Labaidaville, La. . Pine Bluff, Ark. Madisonville, Ky. Monroeville, Ala Hohenwald, Tenn . Thibodaux, La . . . .LaGrange, Ga EUNICE DORRIS . . . Murfreesboro, Tenn MARGARET EARTHMAN . Murfreesboro, Tenn PAULINE HEWGLEX'. . . Statesville, Tenn. I-IARRIET JOHNSON .... Crossville, Tenn. 99 VIRGINIA JOHNSON . OLIVIA KING . . ROWENA PRICE . VERNA RHODES . IULIET RUMPH ..... DOROTHY SNELL . . . Columbia, Tenn. . Columbia, Tenn. . , Pelzer, S. C. . Greenville, Mo. . . Perote, Ala. . Soochow, China AGNES TOLBERT . . Connelly Springs, N. C. MARGARET TURNER . KATPIERINE WARD . ELIZABETH VVILLIAMS MYERZETTE WII,I,IS . ELIZABETH VVRIGHT . MARX' E. FLEMING . . Waverlyf, Tenn. . Evansville, Ind. . Savannah, Tenn. . . Glasgow, Ky. . Falkner, Miss. . Stillwater, Okla. MBI 1111 ini? 'rinnlz eeivrwreneiaie, toao Hi IH! :Hi F Ili 63 1 x IH! 1111 11 The New Vanderbilt Spirit The year 1930 has witnessed the inauguration of a new spirit of interest and activity on the campus in the workings of the university in all its phases, ln the first place, the scholarship report issued last fall indicates an improvement in class Work over previous yearsg in connection with this point it is interesting to note the passing of many so-called "Crip" courses as general classroom requirements are advanced. Vanderbilt is more than ever asserting its leadership in the Held of scholarship. Second, the spirit of the student body has put itself forward through the rebirth of the Student Council, which at last is finding things to do and is doing themg through the awakening of the Student Union, which is gradually coming to be more and more an organization of and for the studentsg through the reorganization of the Honor Com- mittee and the growth of respect for the Honor Systemg through the enthusiastic revival of the Glee Clubg through the spontaneous forma- tion of organizations such as "Cap and Bells" and "Three Bishopshg through the reorganization of the Publications Boardg through the trend toward service and practical value of the Y. M. C. A.g through the whole-hearted support given to the thorough program of intramural sportsg through the interest shown in such questions of real student concern as the system of delayed rushingg through the participation in activities in general. There has been an increase in the ability of the individual student to become interested and to hold that interest. There seems to be a les- sening of the old condition of purposelessness and inertia and a growth of a new spirit of ambition and energy. We are not closely approaching Utopia, but we are at least not sliding in the opposite direction. It is very gratifying to the members of the Senior Class of 1930 to know that during our years here the era of a new Vanderbilt has begun. lt is our sincerest wish that the future of our Alma Mater be even more glorious and praiseworthy than has been her time-honored past. will IRL ,fx T tg Wm... Jill. T 'Eggs eJsQ3 ,Q9il9 k , AA' ' , H. 'N + Q, l: Gbrganizatinnn -Q : , -' f .. : J Flfraivrniiivz THE QOMMOJOORE, loao 533111 L 2111 1111 G35-Tr gpfag :Ea will H QA--sv 519 Top RoWg.Tenkins, Shaver, Cram, Morgan, Levy. Center Row-Anderson. Seheffer, Ewin, Cunningham, Bottom Row-Johnson, Thompson, Motlow, Lipe, Gilbert. lltlalriallilolllleiilitz Council HARRS' JENKINS, K E ..... CHARLES SHAVER, X 42 .... CONNER MOTLOW . . . . ' CHARLES SCHEFFER XNILLIAM ANDERSON SAM EWIN . . . . ABNER JOHNSTON . . LEON LEVY . . . . CHARLES BRAMVVELL DONALD CRAM . . JOHN CUNNINGHAM MACK GILBERT . . J. T. LIPE .... CHARLES THOMPSON VAN MORGAN . . . ........ . . ..Prctidmzt . . . . . . . Secretary . . Hlpha Tau Omega . . . . Sigma Nu . Phi Delta Tlheta . . . . Sigma Chi . . Phi Kappa Pri . . Zeta Bela Tau . Pi Kappa Alpha Delta Kappa Epsilon Sigma fflpha Epfilon . . Beta Theta Pi . Delta Tau Delia . . . Kappa Alpha . Delta Tau Delta The function of the Pan-Hellenic Council is to make and enforce rules and regulations gov- erning the fraternities in their relations to each other, such as rushing and pledging rules. This organization, now composed of sixteen chapters of national fraternities, formerly pub- lished "The Comet," and later the "Commodore," until it was given over to the student body as a whole in 1912. The Pan-Hellenic also encourages and sponsors inter-fraternity basketball, baseball and track, presenting a silver loving cup to each winning taem. A silver cup is also presented each year to the fraternity attaining the highest scholastic average 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. I 04 Qian :nf rag im ini THE COMMIODOIRUE, woo I K D K Q l l I En IH n ULN HI n 11132 O Phil Delta Theta Founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, December 26, r848. Incorporaled under Ihe laws of lhe Slale of Ohio, March 12, 1881 Colors: Azure and Argent Flofwer: VVhite CHl'I11f10Ii TENNESSEE ALPHA CHAPTER Established 1876 FRATRES IN FACULTATE MORRIS BRANDON . ..... .... . Member Board of Trusl ALLEN R. CARTER . . . . . .' . . Member Board of Trust ROBERT F. JACKSON . . - . Member Board of Trust JAMES C. MCREYNOLDS . . . , Member Board of Trust GRANTLAND RICE . .... A . . . , Member Board of Trust JOHN DANIEL, M.A., LL.D. . . Professor of Physics RICHARD A. BARR, M.A., M.D. . . Professor in School Medicine M. B. DAVIS, M.D. ...... . Professor in School Mediciize A. VV. HARRIS, M.D. . . . . Professor in School Medicine J. OWSLEY MANIER, M.D. . . . Professor in School Medicine HARRINGTON A. MARK, M.D. . , . Professor in School Medicine HUGH MORGAN, M.D. .... . Professor in School Medicine LARKIN SMITH, M.D. . . . Professoruin School Medicine VV. H. XNITT, M.D. . . Professor in School Medicine T. B. ZERFOSS, M.D. . . Professor in School Medicine 105' I 1114 IRAQ ffm .7 E m 1111 cw THE COMMODURE, woo 111 :Ht 1111 I I , IHC' 1111 111 I 'KWH ' gg-'Y Was? '1'f?m9 '19 PHI DELTA THETA Bottom Row-Roy Gibson, Braden, McGaughey, Rogers, John Herbert. Corlette, McNeill Gilbert Tom Webb, Orr, Olin Vifest, Anderson, Provost, Salter, Second Row-Smith, B. Howell, Bob Crockett, Dixon, Thurman, Hardisou, Archer, Cook Mason Catoe Price, R. Hrrbert, Kane, Third Row-Gore, Sampson. Jack Braden, Stroud, Tom Herbert, Frierson, Durand, Strlnaei Ramsey Roberts, Johnston, Foster. Top Row-TVatson, King. Owen, XVatkinS, Deere, Fort Kimi U lm, , .,."f v , ,mi N fb 44 :fs -Q as fo" if ,:,. f ., 4.4 -f vi Kai? f :-lmffge ' ,era Ile. 1, ,z - WH - k.: G, f ,M V . , -,-1 T: 'W' ':'fjfz"2ff? QA' 1 W' -' , . ,QV -4 Q 53 f .agar Q Q 1 f a if 'S ex, gay... ,,,,. , . , ,, I, , , '-, 106 ni 1 7 1 ' Q , 'CWQ Q9 '1 'vi R9 Efilll THE COMMODORE, ioso Q' M Y ' ' E1-Jyillr IH! 1111 A I -A . I R im nm in Phi Delta Theta TENNESSEE ALPHA CHAPTER-Continued FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of IQ30 VV. J. ANDERSON, JR., B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. ALEX MCNEILL, B.A. .... Atlanta, Ga. RICHARD A. BRADEN, B.E. . Nashville, Tenn. P. VV. MCGAUGHY, B.A. . . Tupelo, Miss. J. V. CROCKETT, JR., B.A. . Nashville, Tenn H. M. DOBBS, B.A., M.A. . Birmingham, Ala ROY M. GIBSON, B.A. . . . Pineville, Ky. JOHN S. HERBERT, B.E. . . Nashville, Tenn R. H. VVEST, B.A., R. E. ORR, B.A. ..... Hartselle, Ala F. R. SMITH, B.A. . . Colorado Springs, Col TOM T. VVEBB, B.A. . . OI.IN VVEST, JR., B.A. . . Chicago, Ill. M.A. . . Class of IQ3I GEO. ARCHER, B.A. . .Greeneville, Miss. E. V. CATOE, B.A. ..... VVebb, Miss RUSSELL COOK, B.A. . Huntingdon, VV. Va L. G. MILAM, B.A. . DON K. PRICE, B.A. . . BRITT ROGERS, LL.B. . .VVehb, Miss . . Chicago, Ill . Tupelo, Miss Middlesboro, Ky . Tupelo, Miss ROBT. P. CROCREIT, B.E. . Nashville, Tenn. WM. K. SULLIVAN, B.A. . . Jackson, Tenn JOHN L. DIXON, B.A. . . . Owensboro, Ky JOHN S. FLETCHER, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn C. C. GILBERT, JR., LL.B. . Nashville, Tenn BOYTE HOWELL, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn ALLEN KENNEDY, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn DAVID M. KEEBLE, LL.B. . Nashville, Tenn W. B. MASON, B.A. .... Ecldyville, Ky. FITZ-JOHN WEDDELL, M.D. . Nashville, Tenn. Class of 193.2 WALTER S. BEARDEN, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. DAN SHARP, B.A. .... Nashville, Tenn. JOHN CONNOR, LL.B. . . . Nashville, Tenn. WALTER SHARP, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. L. W. DOWLEN, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. KENNETH STRINGER, B.A. . Anderson, S. C H. W. DURAND, B.A. . Chattanooga, Tenn. H. P. SALTER, B.A., M.D. . Nashville, Tenn. RICHARD GIBSON, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. J. C. TI-IURMAN, B.A. . Chattanooga, Tenn. E. K. HARDISON, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn WILLIAM BROWN, B.E. . . Nashville, Tenn. JOE T. HOWELL, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. GEORGE XNEES, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn. EDWARD KANE, B.A. .... Atlanta, Ga F. K. JOHNSTON, B.A. . Chattanooga, Tenn. E. K. PROVOST, B.A., M.D. . Nashville, Tenn C. P. VVILSON, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn. VVILLIAM RAMSEY, B.A. . . . Pineville, Ky. LOUIS FARRELL, B.A. . . Washington, D. C. Class of IQ33 JACK BRADEN, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn TOM PIERBERT, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn. M. B. CORLETI, B.A., M.D..NaShville, Tenn CLARENCE KING, JR., B.A. . . Bristol, Tenn. GEORGE DEER, B.E. . . Chattanooga, Tenn RICHARD OWEN, B.A. . . Evansville, Miss. SELMAN FORTUNE, B.A. . Chattanooga, Tenn. KENT SAMPSON, B.A. .... Harlan, Ky. JULIAN FOSTER, B.A. .... Madison, Ga ROBERT STROUD, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. HORACE FRIERSON, B.A. . . Columbia, Tenn E. M. VVATKINS, B.E. .... Augusta, Ga. CHARLES GORE, B.A. .... Bristol, Tenn FRANCIS VVATSON, B.A. . Chattanooga, Tenn. IO7 A 7 T 4 1114, 1113.9 QM' 'H' A. gym IH! 111 THE COMMODORE, IISSO I n 3 EI 111: :HI U"-Q53 , If Phi DCJIIBH TIEICILH TENNESSEE ALPHA CHAPTER-Continued. JOHN T. BENSON LEMUEL R. CAMPBELL JOSEPH READY WEST EBENEZER T. FLEMING WM. H. GOODPASTURE ROBERT F. JACKSON, SR. PERCY DOWNS MADDIN VVILLIAM R. MANIER DR. JOHN L. VVATKINS VVALTER L. STOKES THOMAS LEXGH THOMPSON GEORGE J. STUBBLEFIELD DR. WILLIAM H. VVITT WILLIAM FRANK HARRIS HOWELL E. JACKSON JAMES WHT SEWELL DR. RICHARD A. BARR JOHN H. DEWITT S. VAUGHN H. C. ALEXANDER NORMAN FARRELL, JR. E. O. HARRIS J. P. VV. BROWN J. V. CROCKETT FREDERICK J. FULLER HILL MCALISTER R. B. HOWELL W. A. BUNTIN DR. A. XN. HARRIS DR. J. P. WILLIAMS, JR. WILLIAM B. C. PILCHER CHARLES W. CALDWELL EWING BRADFORD JOHN W. N. LEE DR. J. W. BRYAN EDWIN W. COOPER FIELDING C. GORDON WILLIAM D. ROSE DOUGLAS MASSEY VVRIGHT DR. PAUL DEWITT VVILLIAM C. WEAVER J. G. PRITCI-IARD FITZGERALD HALL DOUGLAS HENRY HARVEY PRIDE ROBERT C. WEBSTER ROGERS CALDWELL ALBERT PARISH J. C. BRADFORD EDVVARD BUFORD, JR. DR. BEVERLY DOUGLAS BRUCE DOUGLAS DR. G. FOSTER TENISON MERREDITPI CALDWELL mnlilll FRATRES IN URBE DR. HUGPI J. MORIGAN DR. VV. M. MORGAN ELDON B. STEVENSON, JR. BYRD DOUGLAS, JR. E. W. CRAIG JACK DREEDON CHADWICK CRUTCHER MCCLURE BEN JOSEPH HARLAN I'IU'NTER MCDONALD, JR. THOMAS MILLER MANIER TOM ZERFOSS ALFRED T. ADAMS DAVID ADAMS VVILLIAM C. COLLEY IRA PAYNE JONES WILLIAM WALLER ROBERT F. JACKSON MCTYEIRE TIGERT LAURENCE B. HOWARD RICHARD E. MATHEWS FRANCIS R. CAMPBELL NATHAN C. CRAIG JOHN B. KEEBLE, JR. M. G. SMITH THOMAS VV. VVRENNE, JR. FRANCIS J. CRAIG WARD DEWITI' MINOS L. FLETCHER, JR. J. THOMAS GRISCOM EDWIN KEEBLE EDWARD CRAIG VVEBB FRANK FLETCHER FRANK PROVOST LAIRD SMITH RICHARD T. WILSON, JR. GORDON' CONNOR GORDON DICKERSON EDWIN GARDNER THOMAS P. KENNEDY, JR. JAMES G. STUART, JR. DWIGHT VVEBB, JR. EVAN LLOYD ADAMSON LOUIS DAVIS, JR. JOHN H. DEWITT, JR. VERNON H. SHARP, JR. H. L. WILLIAMSON, JR. JOHN S. BRANSFORD JOHN CULLOM WILLIAM E. PARK, JR. J. L. ANTHONY R. A. ARMISTEAIJ J. M. AVENT GREEN BENTON, JR. J. T. BENTON 108 IB . C. E. BUNTIN T. B. CATCI-IINGS VV. M. FARRIS FRANK FITE , OLIVER P. FLEMING GEORGE GALE A. M. HAGAN DR. VV. D. HAGGARD E. O. HARRIS, JR. VVILL L. HARRIS E. B. HART FOSTER HUME, JR. VV. P. KIRKMAN S. E. LINTON DR. J. M. NEILL MORTON B. HOWELL, Iii THOMAS C. KEELIDTG DR. JOHN OWSLEY MANIER WILLIAM P. COOPER LEE DOUGLAS VVILLIAM R. MANIER, JR. JOHN HOPKINS NOEL E. B. CRAIG, JR. JOHN KIRKMAN OSCAR FRIENCH NOEL ROBERT SELPH PIENRY E. T. NOEL JAMES S. FRAZER, JR. ROBERT E. MCNEILLY- JAMES WALLER B. O. CURREY CHARLES A. EMBRY ROBERT ORR, III WILLIAM SCOTT VAUGHN CHARLES BARHAM, JR. JAMES G. CREVELING SYDNEY KEEBLE H. D. KNIGHT VADEN LACKEY E. J. SPERRY JAMES B. RICHARDSON VV. L. NICHOL, JR. E. A. PRICE C. B. RAY W. D. ROSE STUTSTON SMITH DR. LARKIN SMITH J. D. THOMAS CURRELL VANCE O. R. VANDYKE VV. J. VVALLACE, JR. R. H. WORKE, JR. M. H. WRIGHT ROBERT D. HERBERT, JR. lICiIJlIgEQ 'rims COMMODORE, roao MBI :Ui 1111 ryili g 'tix im rm 353 PHT DELTA THETA I was first attracted to the Phi Delta Theta house one beautiful afternoon last fall by a low whining sound issuing from the front porch. Upon investigation, I found that the sound was nothing more serious than the fluent speech of VV. I. Anderson, jr., who was sitting all alone on the front porch, but who could not afford to get out of practice. "Mussolini," he was saying to himself, tapping his brawny chest. And he was working out some intricate problem on a sheet of paper, which was probably some other way to gyp somebody, though I didn't notice it carefully. But this chapter cannot fail to be noticed, even if one should, in charity, pass over its eminent leader. For it contains no less a publicity agent than one Alex McNeill, former reporter on the .illanla Journal, and perpetrator of the Ifusilcr. Besides undergoing McNeill, the Hustler is also suffering under the capable hands of Milam and Mason, successive criminals on the business end of the organization, and about to be ruined by D. K. Price, jr., who is also ruining the brothers' stomachs with meals which have all the kick of the week-end fire water they all indulge in. But in justice to Mason and Milam it might be said that their peculiarities may be partly due to rooming on each side of the Garterless Greek God Gibson, whose singing is supposed to have been what drove Stringer to slip out of the house on nine consecutive nights. In social lines the chapter regrets the loss of recent brothers, but has just discovered a wealth of prestige along debutante lines among unsuspected material. f'Deb" Bearden, who bragged for weeks about his election to the Don's Club, and Happy Durand, who recently won from George VVebb the right to the title HS. S.," are managing to keep up the good name of the brothers at Belle Meade. This George Webb is the same George Webb who distinguished himself at the Phi Christ- mas tree by giving an excellent imitation of a geyser with yellow fever. Another notable fact about this 'little brotherly group cannot be noticed by even a fairly regular observer. For it is said that even pledges of the lodge have failed to find out for several months that this chapter has more than forty members. The reason for this is that the twenty missing members would probably be embarrassed, if they came to the house, by boys they had not met speaking to them. The greatest one of the brothers for versatility is without a doubt AT. Vaulx Crockett. Vuxy does not like to be called Woxy, although he will answer to the names Vox and Valls. But his name is not the only versatile spot about him, as he has earnestly tried to be a member of every campus organization except the Glee Club. The wit of the chapter is this year confined to Elmer Kane. Even such apparent- ly innocent remarks as HA hand of bridge?" take on a humorous flavor when he makes them. It would be unkind to suggest that the boys are sometimes laughing at Elmer instead of his jokes. But there are other masters of repartee in the chapter besides Kane. Tiger-Meat Connor, whose favorite comeback is His that so?" and Teeth-on-Edge Dixon, whose only answer to any question is "Huh" are a strangely similar pair. Connor is the only man in the world who knows everything and will admit it, and Dixon is the only man in the Phi chapter who has not been kept awake by the voices of McGaughy, with the silvery laugh, and Catoe, the man with experience. And everybody knows Orr. ' . T09 RMU! lllt., f 1 6 J attxri PHI DHHS Us Y. ws R9 0 9.9 THE COMMODORE, lease HI Ill! ill ' HH? ' : S lx 1111 all: 111 G31 1 dw f A9 AQE ZSA KAPPA SIGMA Top Row-Sewell, Alexander, Russell, Gray, Street, Read. Second Row-Gullett, Flowers, Duke, S. West, Conner, Jakes. Third Row-J. Ryan, Mashburn, Mayo, XVa.tkins, G. Yvest. Fourth Row-Cross, Gabard, Barry, Lowery. Mansfield, R. Ryan, Shanklin. Front Row-Rolfe, Holmes, Hughes, Schwartz, Thackston, Rosenblatt, Jenkins. V "- V . ' 1. ,. 5, ffm. V 1 z 1 9, ..,,., ,, , . - ,f Y fx ,ff Q. X 'x'f.LL.Q? ,I 10 1 7 lining 7 Hill! THE QOMMODORI3, ioao Elf 1111 'III JE I 1111 lm IH Kappa Sigma Founded at University of Virginia, 1869. Colors: Scarlet, Emerald Green, and VVhite Flofz.c1'r: Lily-of-the-Valley, KAPPA CHAPTER Established 1877 FRATRES IN FACULTATE JOHN E. EDGERTON . . . . ............. . . Member Board of Trust L. C. GLENN, PH.D. ...... ..... P rofizvsor of Geology JOHN CROWE RANSOM, O. H. WILSON, M.D. . E. W. GOODPASTURE, M.D. . MYLES P. OlCoNNOR, LL.B. . . . FRED J. LEWIS, C.E. . J. H. LITTERER, M.D. . M.A.. .. . . P1'ofe.r.vor of' English . . Professor of Child Dixmses Professor of Pathology Professor of Lafw . . . Professor of Erzgineerirzg . .... . Irzslrzzctor in Bacteriology . . .jssixiarzz in Clinical Obsfefrics R. S. DUKE, M.D. . . VVILLIAM S. GRAY, D.D.S. . J. T. ICERCHEVAL . . . B. B. GULLETT, M.A. ROBERT JAKES, M.A. . CECIL DUKE, LL.B. . . DRURY FLOWERS, B.A. JOHN M. GABARIJ, B.A. NED BACHMAN, B.A. . RICHARD BARRY, B.A. . 'FI-IOMAS CROSS, B.A. . HAL HOLMES, LLB. . . JAMES CONNER, B.E. . V. MANSFIELD, B.E. . H. MARSHALL, B.A. . WILLIAM MASHRURN, B . . . . . . , . Orthodorztirt . . . . , Bursar Medical School FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of IQ3O . Nashville, Tenn. HARRY H. JENKINS, M.D. . Cookeville, Tenn . . Nashville, Tenn. CHARLES N. ROLFE, B.S. . Nashville, Tenn Class of IQ3I '. . Gallatin, Tenn. JULIAN MAYO, B.E. . . . Nashville, Tenn . . . Dothan, Ala. FRANK LOWERY, B.A. . . . Nashville, Term . . Nashville, Tenn. WILLIAM SCHWARTZ, B.S. . Nashville, Tenn G. VV. THACKSTON, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. Glass of 1932 . Rockwell City, Ia. CHARLES HUGHES, B.S. . . Harriman, Tenn . . . Erwin, Tenn. JOHN PITTMAN, B.A. .... 'DetrOit, Mich . . .Gadsden, Ala. . . Trenton, Tenn. JAMES G. SHANKLIN . . . Dayton, McMinnville, . Springfield, .A. . Nashville, PAUL MORRISEY, B.A. . . Nashville, , . W. F. ROSENBLATT, JR., JAMES RYAN, B.E. . . B.A. . Elkton, Ky. Class of 1933 Tenn. Tenn Tenn Tenn. Tenn ROBERT RYAN, B.E. . . TRUETT SEWELL, B.E, . GEORGE STREET, B.E. . . LL WILLIAM WATKINS, B.E. . GEORGE W7EST, B.E. . . .B. . Atlanta, Ga Nashville, Tenn Nashville, Tenn . Anniston, Ala . . Elkton, Ky Nashville, Tenn Nashville, Tenn SEDGWICK VVEST, B.E. . . Nashville, Tenn. III safyncimn A bm ncimnwg 11 X THE COMMODORE, IOSO UI PHI Inf -M 7- . 63 bill IHI J. P. B. ALLAN C. R. ALLEN H. T. ALLEN W. T. ALLEN, JR. W. S. H. ARMISTEAD RIDLEY ALEXANDER A. Y. BAILEY P. P. BAILEY S. P. BAILEY VV. BAILEY, JR. DAVE BAKER J. HUGPI BARKSDALE VV. E. BEARD W. S. BEARDEN, JR. A. B. BENEDICT EDGAR BLAIR F. W. BLAIR J. V. BLAKE LYNN BOMAR E. BOSTLEMAN J. VV. BOYCE LEE BROCK C. B. BROWN H. J. BROWN LUKE D. BROWN H. B. BUCKNER W. P. BUTLER NEELY CRAIG NEELY B. COELE W. G. COLMERY R. G. COONEY J. C. COVINGTON W. M. COVINGTON LARKIN CROUCH J. G. CHURCH WOODEORD CLAYPOOL T. M. DEMOSS R. S. DUKE J. H. DURRETT DICK DODSON JOHN EDGERTON L. E. ELKINS HORACE ENGLAND RICHARD ESTES THOMAS VV. ESTES J. B. EZZELL R. S. FARRAR VV. O. FOUGHT J. T. FISHER J. G. FORSTER 7 I Kappa Sigma KAPPA CI-IAPTER-Continued. FRATRES IN URBE HERBERT Fox D. H. GA1-IR JAMES C. GARDNER RICHARD GLEAVES E. J. GLENNON, JR. A. V. GOODPASTURE, JR. E. VV. GOODPASTURE R. R. GOODPASTURE W. S. GRAY PERRY HARNARD J. M. HARRIS VV. O. HARRIS E. HIGH1'OWER E. D. HIGPITOWER F. C. HIGI-ITOWER P. HIGHTOWER O. M. HIVES E. T. HOLLINS J. E. HOLLINS D. VV. HOLMAN RICHARD JAKES A. S. KEIM, JR. HODGSON KEIM E. VV. KENNEDY J. T. KERCHEVAL D. T. KIMBROUGIT, JR. C. T. KIRKPATRICK JOHN T. KNOX J. P. LAWRENCE, JR. H. G. LEAK FRED J. LEWIS L. W. LELLYETT A. B. LITTERER HENRY LITTERER J. H. LITTLE J. H. LONG W. M. MARTIN JOHN S. MILAM W. L, MILLER J. VV. MIMMS JOHN MOORE RALPH BTORRISSEY JOE B. MULLINS H. P. MURREY, JR. M. E. MCCLURE A. E. MCGANNON H. T. MCGLOTHLIN M. D. MCKNIGHT P. N. MCQUIDDY I-I. N. MCTYIER U17 gl WENDOL NICHOL M. P. O'CONNOR J. E. ORR W. F. ORR H. N. PAINE W. B. PAINE WALTER PARRISH LEONARD POGUE W. E. PORTER F. H. POWERS L. A. PURYEAR JOHN C. RANSOM R. A. REDUS DAVID RICE W. RICHARDSON, JR. HERBER'1' REED J. H. ROBERTS R. RUDOLPH FRED M. RUSSELL JOHN M. RUSSELL, JR GRAHAM RYAN E. P. SCALES H. SHARP M. H. SHARPE FRED SEIP VV. E. STEGER E. D. SVVEENEY' WILLIAM TATE C. VV. THOMPSON O. C. THOMPSON PAUL THOMPSON R. S. THOMPSON K. M. THROOP VV. L. TI-IROOP ANDREW L. TODD HARLIN TUCKER L. A. T UCKER R. E. TURNER THOMAS J. TYNE T. MINUS TYNE C. R. VANCE J. J. VAUGHN C. H. WARWICK, JR. JOE B. VVILKERSON J. L. WILKERSON J. M. VVILKERSON O. H. WILSON HENRY WINEORD S. E. VVINN T. G. YAXIS Im ,nw Qin! inf rims coivinvtoiooiait, ioao rats IH! IH! f I A Aa 1 N :Ht 1111 KAPPA SIGMAS "Any old clothes today, lady?" I remarked as I peered cautiously into a house called Kappa Sigma and imagine my surprise as a bright- faced urchin greeted me at the door with aplomb. "Well," he stammered breathlessly, "do come right in-why, er- old clothes? To be sure, of course-why, thatls all that 'Bulldog' Mayo wears." "Young man,', I said sharply, "you're a Freshman." He winced and then pulled off his disguise. "Now that you,re here, you will let me show you our nest, won't you FU he entreated so very earnestly that I feared lest his very heart would break and scatter over the newly mown carpet, and I gave him my hand freely as he led me through the dark hall. I barely had time to notice the escutcheon of Kappa Sigma on the wall, almost completely obliterated by blots. My guide pointed to an easy chair. HIn that chair Bill Schwartz once sat. I saw him with my very eyesf' "No," I said. "Yes," he insisted, and by way of explanation, "it was raining that day." I was staring at a series of notches made upon the mantlepiece. Urchin saw. "Thosel Oh, those are Harry Jenkins' conquests. Quaintlu "Intriguing," I said. "But what is that over in the corner, Lon Chaney ?" My host laughed deprecatingly. 4'Why that's only Charley Rolfe. I-Ie wouldn't hurt you for anything. But come upstairs and look at our Southern exposure." 'Aha, scandal." I barely made the second Hoor as the steps caved in behind me. "You can see the Southern Y just fine from here-and on clear nights, 'Lovely' Flowers can often be seen with a telescope surveying Peabody." "I,ve got to be going," I said as I noticed' a balmy light in the fel- low's eyes. We shinned down on the chandelier. "Come and see me some more some time,', my genial host laughed. "I like to play." "Whom shall I ask for?" I asked him. He stared furtively up and down and just before slamming the door at me whispered "Freshman Cross." II3 111 THIE QOMMODORE, 11930 ' w e IHC IRL fs . j :N rn! :Hr 111 DELTA TAU DELTA Bottom Row-Hay, Moores, Xvhitfgeld, Miller, Second Row-Trice, Wl1itxvorth, Barksdale, B Third ROW-Brown Denton Rutherford Mite , , . 1 Fourth Row-Smith, McNevius, Foust. Fifth Row-Armstrong, McNamara. f.- - .. Brew, Morgan, Ottarsou. ux-ton, Knight, Drain, Ireland. well, Sutherland, J. Rutherford. Billington Raosdale sq. .-L mg-- ,'. N, 5-....W.fg-, 14 .W L L! r,'j.,:. . ,,-,N , W ,Lf 'F -1.-24:4 Q 1:20432 ., -4, f ,yi vw wmv ?-' " 1 2 jf ir Y v . fa jk . ik ff'-1,1 .Q 1,1 3, na, .Aj Ht JH: 7 T XII IHC 11133 TIIIE CUMMUDORE, Ioao ,uf l 'ii I 65529 Delta Tam Delta Founded at Bethany College, Wfest Virginia, 1859. Colors: Purple, WVhite and Gold Flafwfrg Pansy ffcliive Cfzlzjnfzffm' Seventy-four .fflzznzlzi ClzlI,bZc'r.' Fifty-two LAMBDA CHAPTER Eslablislmzi in 1881 FRATRES IN FACULTATE ROBERT TIQIMBLE SMITII . . . . . . .... , . . Board of Trust VYILLIAM P. FISCI-IEL . . . . . Professor of Clzfmistry FRATRES IN LlNIVlERSITATE Class of 1930 CHRI IIZII 1111 I Qi if Im :LII IURQEQ 101-IN NEIL BROWN, B.A. . Ardmore, Tenn. FRANCIS J. IRELAND, B.A. . . Helena, Ark THOMAS COLEMAN, B.E. . Nashville, Tenn. VAN MORGAN, B.A. .... Martin, Tenn C. H. RUTI-IEREORD, B.A. , Nashville, Tenn. ALLISON C. TRICE, Nashville, Tenn V. H. GRIFFIN, B.A., M.D. . Nashville, Tenn. Class of IQQI JAMES BURTON, B.A. .... Martin, Tenn. I, W. RUTHERFORD, LL.B. . Nashville, Tenn GEO. S. IQNIGHT, B.A. . . Livingston, Tenn. E. C, SMITI-I, B.A. . . . Clarksville, Tenn lVlAR'1'IN MCNAMARA, B.A. . . Stearns, Ky. A. SUT!-IERLAND, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn Class of IQ32 H. L. ARMSTRONG, B.A. . . SunHower, Miss. BURREL FAUST, B.E. . . Knoxville, Tenn. SIIERGD BILLINGTON, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. FRANK FITZPATRICK, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn BARNET BRIGGS, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn. R. S. OTTARSON, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn GUY T. DENTON, B.A. . . .Dallas, Tex. BYRON TUCKER, B.E. . Nashville, Tenn I. CRUTCIIER, B.A., LL.B. . Nashville, Tenn. Class of IQ33 XV. XN. BARRSDALE, B.A. . Clarksclale, Miss. QUENTIN R. LOVVE, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. JAMES B. BELLAH, B.E. . . Donelson, Tenn. JOHN MILLER, B.E. . . . Nashville, Tenn H. M. CARNEY, M.D. . Tullahoma, Tenn. J. VV. NIcHoLsoN, B.A. Nashville, Tenn VVILLIAM DRANE, B.E, . Clarksville, Tenn. EUGENE RAGSIJALE, B.A. Donelson, Tenn E. T. ELLISON, B.A., M.D. . Stevenson, Ala. MARIAN TALI.,EX', B.A. . Petersburg, Tenn MAURICE LIOBBS, B.A. . . 'Wavei-ly, Tenn. AT. B. VVI-IITFIELD, B.A. . . Clarksdale, Tenn CHARLES T. KYLE, B.A. . . Celina, Tenn. 115 Qgncian F Q QKA mining GRNQFL fi9fl9 THE COMMODORE, IOS 0 IH! 1111 Kru g'-T :Ht 1111 IHS-,Q Gag Dcllrlial Tauul Delta LAMBDA CHAPTER-Continued FRATRES IN URBE HENRY H. ABBOTT A. C. HEILMAN THOMAS B. BUPORD C. R. MCCOLLOUOI-I RALPH E. CARRIER JOHN ONSTOTT JOIIN M. CARTWRIGHT DUDLEY GALE WALKER CASEY R. A. WILSON VVENTWORTH CALDWELL MORGAN E. PRESTON J. B. D. DEBOW A. P. FISHOLL F. B. EVERS ALBERT ROBERTS, JR. T. D. GOLD DEXTER BROWN RALPH CARRIER JOHN HUFFAKER ARCH NORTHINGTON JACK BLAKE STERLING NORTHINGTON VV. E. JONES AMIE SIKES JOHN C. BENNETT, JR. LEROY MCGRECOR PETER HAY JOI-IN VVILSON MAT MCDANIEI. ALF SHARP RONALD Voss CARROLL JONES R. T. SMITH EVANS JOSEPH W. G. SIMMONS SAM BUFFAM A. C. CARNEY DICK NOWLIN D. VV. SMITH HENRY POINTOR LOGAN EISLE V. H. GRIFFIN GRANGER WILLIAMS JAMES CRUTCHER CHARLES NELSON W. R. ANDERSON CHARLES KYLE W. M. MITCHELL GORAN DAVIDSON C. V. NORRED FRANK ALLEN WALTER CAIN WILLIAM W. LEAK B. H. DENTON VVILLIAM MITCHELL J. C. FLOYD HARRY JONES GARLAND SWEENEY 116 S2513 Y U inf 111352 'JFIHIIE Coiyrwroooiait, ioso 1 1 4 7 N I it 1 K HK in ini In H WHY I WVIENT DIEILTA TAIU DIEILTA The primary reason that I pledged Delta was the fact that five hooded men stole up behind me and grabbed me by the lapel of the coat and thrust a pledge pin therein. I made out "Iron-bound" lVIcNamara by his vicious wring-neck, and Bull Brown made out like I was the guard on Tennessee's football team. They hustled me off to the Delta house and there such a galaxy of good things you never saw. The manse is a cozy little place and the plaster never hits you when it falls because the beams get there first. And the boys-no end of fun and jollity. Jimmy Rutherford is a regular comic. Although funda- mentally a basketball player, he does some dribbling on his own hook nights. And his brother, Charles, sedate but still a Rutherford. George Knight is a card. In fact, he's a whole deck with a joker thrown in. He's very dark and romantic looking, but he is actually not. He just deceives more girls. Al Trice reads all the COMMODORE ads. He not only tries Deltas, but has walked many a mile recently for a Kappa Alpha Theta. The boys say heis toasted. "Coca-Cola King" Suther- land is just too ducky. His dates are fed up on the beverage that re- freshes . . . and so reasonable. He explains that it's just an old Suther- land custom. When I first saw Van Morgaii I thought he was running for ohice. He's got a derby . . . and wears it. He Hgures largely in the Glee Club orchestra . . . especially the last performance when he was the center of a rousing tomato barrage. Francis Ireland is mak- ing tracks for the track team. Now he has an athletic heart-a V right over it-and is beating the co-eds off with a club. Who wouldn't be proud to be associated with such boys? Well, I would. We Freshmen are a happy lot, I'1l just tell you. There are twenty-two of us, and I just know that five of us will be initiated. Of course "Night-Life" Drane is sewing his wild oats now-well., what can you expect when a boy comes to a college from Clarksville? We are disciplined by a system called remote control. We never know what'll happen next. I'm one lucky boy, all right. II7 GMU! 1111 Gxu alg 1114 :Ugg THE QUMMUDUJM, 11930 ll' i Ui 1111 :Hi :Hi lui 11 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Front Row-Parker, McConnico, Hanzpton, Thompson, Rowell, Galbreath, Hutchinson, Pierce. Quin, Phillips, Chalfant. Second Row-Dickinson. Dyer. Askew, Berbette, Gilbert, Sadler, YVhQrry, Shipp, McLeod, X'R'i1lizm1s, Kilgore, Blackwell. Third Row-Clark. Rose, McCrary. Gullett, Morehead, Kirwan, Wfilson, I-Ioflfman, Blanton, Booker. Fourth Row-McRae. Houston, B. Smith, McCauley. Bainbridge, Bryan, Pirtle, Cunningham, VVyIy, Horsely. King. Fifth Row-Berry, Vvhite, Robbins, F. Smith, A. Smith, Ford, McGee, Bagley, Houkins, Boddie. Hefiin. ,A X iii, .-f 1 If f vp' gg i? - II8 Ht ing., V f i ei tux v Y lui, ini? GJ-5-gi, MEI lm IHI 1 QJ THE COMMODORE, roao Cvgwfv ecvxi-Q9 DHI :HI IH sv R9 0 0 Siigma Allplha lhfpsiilloini Founded at University of Alabama, 1856. Colors: Royal Purple and Old Gold Flofwcr: Violet TENNESSEE NU CHAPTER Erlablisfzed 1883 FRATRES IN LlNIVERSITATlE Class of IQ30 FRANK G. BRIDGES, LL.B. . Pine Bluff, Ark VV. D. GALBREATI-I, B.A. . Memphis, Tenn L. GRALIAM HAMPTON, B.S. . VVarren, Ark. R. M. HICKEY', HI, LL.B. . Culleoka, Tenn VVM. R. HILL,MAN, B.A. . . Jackson, Tenn A. W. HUTCHISON, B.S. . Nashville, Tenn K. T. MCCONNICO, LL.B. . Nashville, Tenn EUGENE MCII,.vvAIN, B.S. . L. M. P. PHILLIPS, B.A. A. VV. PIERCE, M.A. . . VVM. F. ORR, M.A. . . WHAYNE S. QUINN, B.A. . A. H. ROWELL, JR., B.A. GEO. VV. THOMPSON, B.A. . Trimble, Tenn Nashville, Tenn. . Ft. Worth, Tex. . Nashville, Tenn. . Guthrie, Ky. . Pine Bluff, Ark . Little Rock, Ark ROBT. J. VVILLIAMS, M.D. . Parkdale, Ark. Class of IQ3I JOHN C. ASKEVV, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. D. E. MCGUGIN, JR., B.A. . Nashville, Tenn VV. A. BRYAN, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn G. M. SADLER, B.A. . . Clarksville, Tenn. BERTRAM CHALEANT, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. LARRY SHIPP, B.A. . . . Anniston, Ala. VVESLEY DYER, B.S. . . . Nashville, Tenn. JOHN VV. SMITH, B.A. . Little Rock, Ark. MACK GILBERT, B.A. . . Columbia, Tenn VVILLIAM VVARWICK, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. VV. D. HARRIS, B.A. . . . Little Rock, Ark JOHN M. VVI-IERRY, B.A. Nashville, Tenn. HARDIE C. KILGORE, B.S. . Pine Bluff, Ark. JAMES VVII.LIAMs, B.A. . . Parkdale, Ark. JOHN A. MCLEOD, JR., B.A. . Pine Bluff, Ark CARLTON MCRAE, M.A. , . . Prescott, 'Ark BENJAMIN PARKER, LL.B. ALBERT WHEELER, B.A. Class of IQ32 . . Winfield, La Nashville, Tenn V. E. BEREETEE, B.A .... Jackson, Miss. ALLEN BERRY, LL.B. .... Gurdon, Ark WILLIAM CLARK, B.A. . . Pine Bluff, Ark LAWRENCE BLACKWELL, B.A. . Pine Bluff, Ark JOHN CUNNINGHAM, B.A. . Clarksville, Tenn HENRY DICKINSON, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn NATHAN GULLET, B.A. . . Trimble, Tenn THOMAS F. HUEY, M.D. . . Anniston, Ala ROBERT HORSLEY, B.A. . . Hartsville, Tenn PERCY WYLY, B.A. . . WILLIAM HOFFMAN, B.A. . GEO. M. HOUSTON, B.A. . Woodbury, Tenn PATRICK S. KIRWAN, B.A. . Louisville, Ky LEMUEL C. MCCRARY, B.A. . . Lonoke, Ark VVILLIAM MOREHEAD, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn RAYMOND PIRTLE, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn NORVELL ROSE, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn HARWELL VVILSON, M.D. . VVinter Grove, Fla HOWARD VVILSON, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn . Tahlequah, Okla. Nashville, Tenn Class of 1933 THOMAS BACLEY, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. VVM. BAINERIDCE, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn M A BLARTON R BA Union Crt Tenn . . I , J ., . .. ' 'y, . JAMES BODDIE, B.A. . . . Madisonville, Ky. JAMES BOYKIN, M.D. . . . Shreveport, La HOLLIS FORT, B.A. .... Americus, Ga JACK I'IEFLIN, B.A. . . .Memphis, Tenn. Ross HOPKINS, B.A. . . JOE KING, B.A. . . . . JOHN MCCAULEY, B.A. . F. O. MCGELIEE, B.A. . ARCPI SMITH, B.A. . , BAXTER SMITH, B.A. FLEM SMITH, B.A. . . WALTER WHYTE, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn . . Ashland, Ky . Sapulpa, Okla . Pine Bluff, Ark . Texarkana, Ark . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn I I 9 gym inf 027 W luis? 1 1111 THE COMMODORE, IOSO 1114 1114 ,ENE rxj 5 9 'INK 1 l :Ht DHI I QJYQJY. Q19 iigflg Sigma Alpha Epsilon TENNESSEE NU CHAPTER-Continued. VANCE J. ALEXANDER J. T. ALLEN J. C. ALLISON C. R. ATCHINSON N. L. ALTHAUSER DR. CHARLES ANDERSON J. C. ARMISTEAD W. ARMISTEAD THOMAS APPLETON W. M. BENNETT FERRIS C. BAILEY ROBERT BAGLEY VVALTON BARKER WILLIAM F. BARRY F. M. BASS JOHN A. BELL ROSCOE BOND WILLIAM S. BOOTON CLARENCE T. BOYD SEWELL BRANDAU JAMES D. BRANDON ALBERT S. BRITT VV. C. BROWN FRANK BUNCH BRYAN J. E. CAIN, JR. S. E. CAIN A. M. CARROLL, JR. S. R. CARROLL S. CLARK VV. C. COOKE VV. L. CORBBIUSE C. J. CROCKETT, JR. STITH M. CAIN JULIAN C. CAMPBELL NEUL CARGILE DUDLEY E. CASEY SHEFFIELD CLARK R. A. COLEMAN S. F. COLEMAN WILLIAM BLAKE CLARK ZACK COLES JOHN R. CROSS R. C. CRUMBAUGH RANDOLPH CRUTCHFIELD EDWARD CURD C. C. DANIEL E. T. DAVANT F. E. DUDLEY DR. JAMES A. DALE ELMER D. DAVIES OVERTON DICKINSON EDWARD A. DEEDS VV. RAYMOND DENNEY E. L. DOAK DR. HENRY L. DOUGLAS WILLIAM DURY JOHN EARLY THOMAS N. EDEN FRATRES IN URBE ROBERT EVANS VVINSTON EVANS W. M. EDMONDSON G. C. FISHER C. T . GALBREATH 'L. P. GROVER HUMPHREY FOLK ERNEST FRANKLIN JACK GARLAND JAMES R. GARRETT DR. M. GLASGOW IVOI B. GLENN HALLUM GOODLOE HENRY GOODPASTURE J. A. GRANNIS VVALKER GRASTY FREDERICK C. GREVE WILLIAM HALE WALTER HALE "PEG1' HANCOCK RUSSELL E. HART JUDGE CHESTER K. HART J. VVISEMAN HEAD JUDGE LITTON HICKMAN GEORGE VV. HICPIT HCRACE G. HILL, JR. J. VV. HIRSIG JOHN J. HOOKER M. ROSS HOPKINS J. W. HOSKINS H. G. HUDDLESTON JOHN HUNT LEE HUNT C. H. HUTTON R. W. HALE . R. M. HICKEl', HI VV. C. HOUSTON C. E. HUNT PROP. GEORGE P. JACKSON J. F. JARMAN RAY JEAN DR. HOLLIS E. JOHNSON BEN F. JONES, JR. J. E. KEEFE JUDGE E. FRANK LANGFORD DAVID S. LANSDEN HENRY C. LASSING DICKIE LEWIS CARL LIPSCOMB J. CARLTON LOSER L. B. LOSER PROP. BROWNE MARTIN JOE T. MCCARY K. T. MCCONNICO ALLEN MEADORS HAROLD MEADORS JACK MEADORS DR. JOSEPH T. MEADORS NELSON MEYERS NORMAN MINICK GARLAND MOORE J. WASHINGTON MOORE PROF. ARTHUR H. MOSER A. MCGLOTHLEN E. L. MCNEILLY W. D. MCSWEIN A. MARSHALL LEONARD MCKEAND VV. L. MARTIN E. MOORE H. C. MOORE C. MALCOLM MOSS E. C. NISSEN, JR. WILLIAM NESTOR RALPH OWENS VVILLIAM F. ORR, JR. J. Q. OWSLEY HOWARD PATTON W. D. PHILLIPS GRAY PATTERSON CHARLES PEAY R. LANIER PEEBLES DR. R. H. PERRY VV. W. PINSON, JR. ROGERS PORTER NAT PORTER REV. VVILLIAM A. PROVINE J. D. RAGAN T. A. RAMSAY G. J. REYNOLDS REV. THOMAS RAGSDALE 'WILLIAM ROLLOW RAUL A. RYE THOMAS B. SCOGGINS PARK STREET H. B. SHAFFNER C. F. SIMPSON C. R. SMITH F. C. STAHLMAN EDVVIN TIDWELL VERNON S. TUPPER VERNON S. TUPPER, JR. JOHN E. TYLER GEORGE H. TYNE THOMAS J. TYNE, JR. VV. M. TUCKER SETH M. WALKER J. ARTHUR WANDS GEN. WM. H. VVASHINGTON DR. ANDERSON WEBB PAUL L. WILLIAMS 'WALTER VVILLIAMS F. L. VVILSON G. C. VVOODS M. T. WORKMAN L. A. VVUEST BAXTER XYOUNG CARL YOUNG 1111 :Bm Em PH! I 20 ring coiyiivronoiait, was Dfw Hi M 1111 U11 F V. Qi : Q 1111 1111 111 THE SORRY ARKANSAS lElLKS Enough jokes have been cracked on the size of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon frater- nity, and we think that it is time to stop, They boast about their quality as well as their quantity, but just where the quality is has never yet been determined. True, if one takes the chapter roster, containing such names as Rowell, Pierce, Galbreath, Orr, Thompson, lVIcConnico, et al, there does appear a certain amount of quality, but to our mind of rather a doubtful sort. They say that the best way to consider a fraternity is by the men who make up its membership. But how in the bell can you single out a few prominent men out of all the prominent ones at the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house? There's John Smith- the reason why the name of Arkansas should be changed, the only acrobatic cheering leader the stadium saw this year. Young Smith is said by his associates to be the frank, open, earnest and simple kind of boy so revered by Sigma Alpha Epsilon. That he is simple can't be denied and he might as well be open because he hasn't, as far as we can see, got anything worth concealing. Then there's Larry Shipp, who is just the opposite, as far as concealing anything goes. They still tell of the time when he made a nocturnal excursion down on Elliston Place. He afterward said that he didn't want his light hidden under a bushel, but his good brothers all agree that something was shining that night though they won't say anything about it to Larry, who is so sensitive about such things, you know. Then there's Triny Chalfant, the debs' delight. We won't do any more than mention him here though, because there's no need of unduly soiling the pages of a book which is destined to adorn the. libraries of illustrious Vanderbiltians. Sigma Alpha Epsilon boasts the oldest man in the history of the school, Gran'pa Benny Parker, the Arkansas traveler, who does his best to keep up that Arkansas tradition of the Sigma Alpha Epsilons. Benny, it is said, can give pointers to most anyone on the gentle art of poker playing. Pointers in the wrong direction that is. However, as has been said. the fraternity is much too big to take each man in- dividually, and we have merely tried here to take a few of the leading lits. We possibly should have Galbreath in detail, the leader of a lost cause, but the less said about that the better. And here they are. We couldn't help but recommend them to anyone who wanted to join the Junior League, but couldn't make it. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, at the last census, had' a few more members than that great charitable organization, but can say that the purpose of the followers of Nlinerva is less worthy than that of the Junior League. They both will give refuge to anyone. Some unkind individual once said that the only organization more exclusive than the Sigma Alpha Epsilon was the Rotary Club, but this statement is obviously not founded on fact. Anyone with half an eve could see that Rotary International has more chances for members than Sigma Alpha Epsilon and thus gains a most unfair advantage. But it won't be long now. 121 Mn 1111 Cv?-if fzxilg 1111 IHKSQ H THE QQMMUDQMJ, logo I 1111 lui F 1 . J u S :Ht 1111 in ' A wg? KAPPA ALPHA Front Rowv-Wells, Butler, DuVall, Gardner, Bradford, C wood. Second Row-Knox. Hill, Bradford, Leonard, Mallerneo, Graliam. Irwin. Third Row-Kirkpatrick, Scobey, Vvoocl, Davis, Clmapman, Fourth Row-Eaton, Kerr, Freeman. Blackwood, Briggs, 1IK l1 5? 4 ' 1- f , I 22 1717 - 5, me obb, Green, Callen Thompson Stone Small Hendricks, Hale Leatherman Powell DeVoe Guild, Daniel Holmes. NV THE COMMODOIRE, Ioao FD' 017 - SQMHI 5 lnl IHI , l l x IH! :HI :HRS l Gjlei fiolwl Kappa Allplhia Founded at Vllashington and Lee University, 1865. Colors: Crimson and Old Gold Flofwc'l'5.' Magnolia and Red Rose CHI CHAPTER Erlalzlislmd flpril 9, 1883 FRATRES IN FACULTATE LUCIUS E. BURCH, M.C. .... ,............ . Professor of Gynecology VV. C. DIXON, M.D. ...,. . . . . .flssocialo Professor of Gynerology THOMAS H. MALONE, B.A., LL.B. ...... . Profcnor of Lafw EDWARD T. SEAY, LLB. . . . . . . . . . Professor of Law J. E. HART, B.A. ....... Bursar and Snfrrtary of Faculty FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE M. A. BRADFORD, JR., B.E. . Nashville, J. O. BUTLER, B.A. . Murfreesboro, Clam of IQ3O Tenn Tenn. H. .lfAR'l'ON MCSWAIN, M.D. . Paris, JAMES R. STONE, B.S. . Lawrenceburg, Tenn Tenn VVILLIAM R. CALLEN, B.A. . . Selma, Ala. HORACE V. VVELLS, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn MAURICE COBB, B.A. . . Hopkinsville, Ky GEORGE R. KNOX, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn ROBERT C. DUNN, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn H. H. GREEN, B.E. . . . Franklin, Tenn. , E. T. VVALKER, B.A. , . . Hamburg, Ark. Class of IQ-21 JOHN M. DEVOE, B.E. . . Nashville, Tenn. E. P. SCALES, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn. VV. D. GARDNER, B.A. . . . Glasgow,fKy. PHILIP SI-IERRILL, M.D. . . Nashville, Tenn. TANNER I'lENDRICK, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. CHARLES. J. THUSS, M.D. . Nashville, Tenn J. SAM KIRKPATRICK, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. C. C. THOMPSON, B.A. . . Columbia, Miss C. LEATHERMAN, JR., B.A. . .Murfreesboro AI.BERT DUVALL, B.A. . . .Paris, Tenn Class of IQj'.2 VVILLIAM J. BRADFORD, B.A. . Glasgow, Ky. FRED F. KERR, B.A. . Murfreesboro, Tenn. J. KENT'ON CHAPMAN, B.A. . Columbia, Miss. T. A. LEONARD, JR., B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. C. R. CLEMENTS, B.A. . . Na:hville, Tenn R. E. POWELL, B.E. . . . Little Rock, Ark. L. W. FREEMAN, B.A. . Murfreesboro, Tenn MASON SCOBEY, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn ALLEN T. GUILD, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn VVM. P. SMALLWOOD, B.A. . Fort Worth, Tex THOS. L. HALE, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. HILLIARD O. VVOOD, B.E. . Nashville, Tenn JOSEPH T. HILL, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. THOMAS E. VVYATT, B.A. . . Jackson, Tenn. Class of IQ33 JOE R. BLACKWOOD, B.E. . Nashville, Tenn. J. M. EUVERO, B.A. . Murfreesboro, Tenn. OTEY W. BRIGGS, B.A. . . Franklin, Tenn ALVIN GRAHAM, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. ALONZO W. DANIEL, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. ERNEST HOLMES, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. PAUL M. DAVIS, JR., B.A. . Nashville, Tenn D. MALLERNEE, JR., B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. JAMES EATON, B.A. .... Gulfport, Miss. VV. PATION, JR., B.A. . Chattanooga, Tenn. EUGENE PILCHER, BLA. . . Nashville, Tenn. I23 will IH! z.i- -121 IUI, 111339 R9 7 I , Qfii w THF COMMODORE, TORO I EI IH! IH: 11 Qlgljlr Jul lnl I 7 Y R. L. ALFORD W. C. ALEORD J. A. BALL K. M. BAIRD M. BANNING JOHN M. BARRSDALE DR. HUGH BARR L. A. BAUMAN, JR. DR. VV. C. BILBRO M. BRADFORD DR. T. E. BURCH H. VV. CALDWELL J. F. CALDWELL J. W. CALDWELL R. F. CALDWELL WINSTON CALDWELL W. D. CALDWELL JOHN CALHOUN G. K. CAMPBELL L. F. CHAPMAN VV. C. CHERRY C. F. CLARK C. W. COOK W. K. COOK H. M. COX J. L. COYNER DR. R. S. CURTIS H. D. DALLAS H. D. DALLAS, JR. L. T. DERRYBERRY M. E. DERRYBERRY, P. L. DERRYBERRY G. A. DEVOE J. B. DICKSON DR. W. C. DIXON R. W. DURY A. D. EDWARDS E. E. ELAIN F. P. ENES C. W. FOLK R. E. FOLK Qwnim J Q3'E5. Q'5T99 Kappa Alpha CHI CHAPTER-CO7'Lfi7'l1ftEd. FRATRES IN URBE E. T. FRAZER J. FULLER VVILLIAM A. GUILD VV. H. GUTHRIE L. VV. HARDAGE VV. D. HARDEMAN J. E. FIART C. A. HARWELL R. E. I'IARWELL S. K. FIARWELL HARRY TIEDRICK, JR. J. B. HIBBITS, JR. T. H. HIBBI1'S C. F. HICKERSON J. B. HUNTER GRANBERRY JACKSON POWAHATAN W. JAMES VV. H. JOHNSTON BARTON JONES JONES EDGAR JONES V. M. JONES R. M. KING E. R. KINNEBREW E. T. KIRKPATRICK J. C. KNOX VV. H. KNOX, JR. B. W. LANDSTREET, JR. M. S. LEWIS RUMSEY LEWIS R. H. LYLE J. C. R. MCCALL J. H. MCCALL J. T. MCCALL VV. F. MCCALL THOMAS H. MALONE C. S. MARTIN, JR. H. VV. MATTHEWS J. F. NEIRS VV. F. MEIRS DR. C. M. MILLER H. B. MORROW D. K. 124 an . EDWIN MURRAY O. F. NYE P. F. NYE DR. JOHN OVERTON H. E. PALMER, JR. T. L. PARKES, JR. E. C. PERRY M. B. PILCHER S. T. PORTER VV. R. PORTER D. M. POST W. H. PRESTON E. A. PRICE, JR. A. D. REED J. B. RICHARDSON, JR. JOHN F. RICHARDSON R. M. RICHARDSON M. S. ROSS J. M. RYAN EDWARD T. SEAY J. VV. SHIPP H. A. SUGGS J. E. SLOAN P. L. SLOAN, JR. VV. M. STARNES A. VV. STOCKELL, JR. DR. W. A. SULLIVAN T. C. TANNER J. L. TEMPLETON J. W. TEMPLETON S. B. TURRENTINE, JR L. G. WALDROP M. H. VVALLACE C. C. VVASHBURN T. G. VVATKINS D. WV. WEBB T. I. WEBB J. B. WELLS A. VV. VVILSON R. J. WOODS, JR. L. B. YARBROUGPI Hfiinms in im im ill 263 rut coivtivtonortit, rose f KAPA AILIFAJLJFA. A new missionary field has opened up on West End. Southern lVIethodism, striving vainly at home and abroad for the betterment of mankind, has finally decided that missionary as well as charity work should begin at home and has spent millions of dollars cleaning up one city block, the same, incidentally, in which the Kappa Alpha house is located. It is interesting to note in this con- nection that the same amount would have converted some three million heathen Chinese into first-class Christians, and it is even more interesting to note that the same amount hasn't made a damn bit of difference in the Kappa Alpha's state of mind. However, work on the mission buildings has ceased temporarily on account of the high mortality among workmen on the side of the building next to the Knights of the Table Round, due to the unusual number of Hying bottles. Still the gallants of the Southern order have made one concession to the onrush of Christianity. New house rules forbid any brother who is stewed to sit on the front porch on Sunday to shock the pious on their way to and from church. One other thing should be mentioned in connection with the religious turn affairs have taken within the ranks of the Kappa Alphasfi Bud Stone, the Hoyle of the chapter, fresh from a vacation spent in the vastness of the West, shocked the chapter with the astounding statement that he expected to go to church once before he graduated. However,'the church fathers have erased all fear of 'such pollution from their minds, having been reassured by Dean Sarratt that such a thing would never come to pass. If "Dopey" Thompson ever expects to get married in that church he had better, so Dame Rumor hath it, seek out other stamping grounds that are more ripe for harvest than those at present occupied by a young lady who, the story books tell us, once led a little lamb for maybe it was a goatj to school. Of course, Mr. Thompson doesn't mind being led around, but you know it's rather a nasty feeling for someone to lose you purposely. Great disasters have befallen the chapter lately in the form of the pledging of Smallwood last year and the marriage of one of the chapter's lowly Fresh- men Ceditor's note-could anything be lower than a Kappa Alpha Freshman?j, One Blackwood. It has been said that while Blackwood may be a big f'Tire and Tubev man to some people, to the Kappa Alpha's he's just another puncture. Father Time did not die with the coming of the new year, but lingers on in the person of Brother E. T. Walker, who has been in the chapter since the coming of closed plumbing. He left back in the dark ages because things were a trifle too quiet for him. It is to be hoped that he found kindred spirits when he returned, in the persons of Tom Wyatt, Thompson, Smallwood and others. But Kappa Alpha i'sn't so bad as it has been painted, being probably worse. Just a big bunch of happy children livi-ng together, fighting together, quarreling over their bottles and, all in all, giving good examples of Southern gentlemen. IZS Cigna im., 92135 isigrag 1111 :Big it yy 1 D111 JH: HHS R9 THE CUMMQDURE, woo -'iff' 2 J mi 5 111 llll lllr' l S c im gi ,H G3rQj. Q,9gL9fl9 BETA THETA P1 Front Row-Warmatli, Ransom, McMurray, Oliver, Chase, T. Trabue, Hendricks, Sloan, Nelson. Second Row-Cunningham, Bringhurst, Lowry, Xlfoodward, C. Trabue, Vaughan, Evans, Johnson Wleaver, Jordan. Third Row-Jacobs. Vvaite, Proctor, McCall, Hulan, Caldwell, Xvilson, Marshal, Graham, Pickering Kingree. Fourth Row-Bogard, Simmons, McKinney, Coffee, Marsh, Berson, Barbour, Lipe, Sharp. ,J :g-Tj. is f' , ,ridfwwif 1 K3 4E:Z?b:?'l',':f', I 1 - -'7 S 4 '?':f.'f Y' A. - ,ww api: ' 4 t .'ff".221T'? 653' 49" f- fr ' 126 ' 7 Q m nm ,1 63 1 N 1111 in THE QOMMODORE, ioso if. wwe 1- ng :Un 1111 Cv, ,li l QQ :Ha 1111 JH ey- WN O Beta Theta P11 Founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, July, 1839. Colors: Pink and Light Blue Flofwer: Rose BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER Ertablishrd 1833 FRATRES IN FACULTATE W. C. RECKLESS, M.A., PH.D. ...i......... . flssistani Professor Sociology T. W. SCHLATER, B.A., LL.B. . . . . Imcizlmr Medical Jurisprudzfnce JOHN C. BURCH, M.D. . . .... Izzrlrurlor in Gynorologfy EUGENE BUFFINGTON, B.A. . . . Member of Board of Trust THEODORE MORFORD, M.D. . . fI.vri,zant in Cliniml Obszfezricr E. S. OWENBY, B.A. . . . . rlssislarzz' Insirzlrlor in English VV. P. DISMUKES, B.A., M.A. . .... . . Irzrtrzzftor in Frenrlz FRATRIIS IN U NIvERs1TATE ' Class of IQ30 VAN C. TEMPLE, M.D. . . Nashville, Tenn. B. A. JOHNSON, B.A. . . Lake VVales, Fla. J. M. MASON, B.A. . . . Clarksville, Tenn. Clos C. C. TRABUE, JR., B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. W. H. VAUGHAN, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. THOS. S. VVEAVER, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. SAM Y. CALDWELL, LL.B. . Nashville, Tenn. EDW. H. BRINGHURST, B.A. . Paducah, Ky. sofl PAUL D. CUNNINGHAM, B.S. . Obion, Tenn ROBERT M. DARNALL, B.A. . . Obion, Tenn J. T. LIPE, B.A. .... Little Rock, Arl: 931 JOHN S. COFEEY, JR., B.A. . Columbia, Tenn JAMES D. GRAHAM, B.A. , . .Rome, Ga C. E. PICKERING, B.A. . . Carthage, Tenn R. W. BOGARD, JR., LL.B. . Clarksville, Tenn EARL W. MARSH, B.A. . Port Arthur, Tex Claim of 193.2 C. C. TRABUE, IV., M.D. . Nashville, Tenn. J. F. WARMATH, B.A. . . Humboldt, Tenn J. C. SI-IARPE, B.A., M.D. . Nashville, Tenn. F. VV. EVANS, B.S. . . . -Columbia, Tenn FRANK S. PROCTOR, B.E. . Nashville, Tenn. C. P. WOODWARD, B.A. . . Pulaski, Tenn JAMES C. BAREOUR, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. Tenn. VVILLIAM S. RANSOM, B.A. . R. S. VVAITE, JR., B.E. . Birmingham, Ala. TED JACOBS, JR., B.E. . . . Florence, Ala. JOHN T. MCCALL, B.A. .... Rome, Ga. Nashville, THOMAS VV. WILSON, B.A. . . Paducah, Ky ROET. L. SIMMONS, B.A. . . Shreveport, La BEN KINGREE, JR., B.E. . Shelbyville, Tenn JNO. MARSHALL, JR., B.A. . Washington, D. C C. CUNNINGI-IAM, B.A. . . Columbia, Tenn Class of IQ33 H. A. OLIVER, JR., B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. C. H. BERSON, B.A. . . Brownsville, Tenn THOS. M. TRABUE, B.A. . Nashville, JAMES B. CHASE, B.A. . . Nashville, S. M. MCMURRAY, JR., B.E. . Smyrna, N. VAN HENDRICKS, B.E. . Columbia, Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. JOHN S. MCKINNEY, B.E. . El Dorado, Ark LELAND M. JORDAN, B.A. . . Wilson, Ark LEROY S. HULAN, B.A. . Shelbyville, Tenn GEORGE E. PRYOR, JR., B.A. . Stamford, Tex H. S. NELSON, B.E. . . Birmingham, Ala. LILLIARD R. SLOAN, B.A. . Riddleton, Tenn CHARLES T. LOWRY,,B.A. . Greenville, Miss. I27 REEL, im 1 .7 Ur lm IHA-wif? Wu, 5.9 GJ?" .Pi-K9 THE COMMODORE, IOSO . ' TI , Ht .HI Inf' Im IRI :HKS Beta Theta Pi BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER-CO1'Lfi1'Z1ft6d. JOHN M. BARBEE J. Y. BARBEE GEORGE F. BLACKIE VVILLIAM M. BLACKIE LEO L. BOLES ALFRED H. BRANHAM HARRY BAIRD BOND, JOSEPH W. BYRNS, SR. JOHN C. BURCH FRANK I. CHERRY VVALTER H. CLARKE FRATRES IN URBE JOHN L. CRAIG ROBERT O. DAVIDSON VV. L. DAVIES VV. P. DISMUKES SAMUEL G. DOUGLAS JAMES GEDDES DOUGLAS VVILLIAM N. ESTES ALBERT G. EWING, III S. C'EcIL EVVING VV. H. EWING ROBERT H. FITE STRATTON FOSTER WILLIAM F. FRY, JR. WALKER H. GILL ROBERT D. GOODLETT GLENN R. GRANT AVERY HANDLEY K. C. HARDCASTLE, J D. T. HARRIS FISHER HAWES ROBERT R. HAWES MARTIN A. HAYES J. M. HOUGHLAND A. M. HOPKINS GERALD B. HOWARD LELAND HUME GEORGE KILLEBREW VVILLIAM C. MASON ALEX MCCLAIN ENLOE MOCLAIM CHARLES MCLAUCHLIN THEODORE MORFORD LESLIE M. NELSON BEN H. NICHOLSON JOHN TEAS WILL TEMPLE ECBERT OWENBEY SAMUEL F. PICKERING J. M. PEEBLES C. S. POWELL ROBERT L. PROCTOR, JR. ROBERT C. PROVINE JAMES S. READ VV. C. RECKLES THOMAS W. SCI-ILATER DR. NAT SHOFFNER W. H..ScHUERMAN HENRY E. SMUTH E. W. THOMPSON ROBERT F. THOMPSON CHARLES C. TRABUE J. O. TREANOR LAURENGE L. TREANOR FRANCIS WAREIELD CARTER L. WILSON DR, JACK VVITHERSPOON ELLERY C. VVORKMAN CLARENCE C. YOUNG 1114 111353 gym :HI 'rrrie coiviivionoiaie, road nf 1111 1111 blin g ! 1111 1114 in BETA THETA lplf ffls Their Own Masquerader Would Have Itj One day all the dogs of the neighborhood were gathered together in a body in the alley behind the Beta house. All the little dogs begged for a story, but the old mamma dog was reluctant, the real reason being that she couldn't think of a story to tell. But finally there happened to pass in front of the assemblage a dog who was plainly an outcast. He seemed to have been taken up by neither the Betas nor the 'llri Deltas, and his coat was ragged and torn. So woe begone, indeed, was his aspect that one of the Beta dogs commented on it, which drew the old mamma dog's eyes to the St1'a11gCI'. She hit her head sud- denly with her paw as one struck by an idea. "There's a story related to that stranger," she said. "Oh, mamma, tell us," the little dogs begged as one. "Well," started off the mamma dog, "one time there was a dog who had been taken up by the great fraternity of Beta Theta Pi. He was a magnificent creature, and many of the feminine hearts in the alley went pitter-pat when they saw him. One day he went far down the alley back of the Tri Delta house and there saw a demure little stranger with whom he straight way fell in love. She was an Airedale and he was a Boston Bull. But this dissimilarity made no difference in their feeling for one another and the affair continued. "Finally, however, it was necessary for the pretty young stranger to go out in town with her mistress. The handsome Beta enjoined her to call upon him with the utmost haste should anything untoward happen because he wanted to act the gentleman in everything since he was a Beta. He assured her tenderly that he wanted to lend to her the protection afforded by a Beta pin. "lVlonths passed and no word came from the beautiful stranger who had flown in and out of his life with such startling rapidity, leaving him so woe- begone. But one day he was again down back of the Tri Delta house and he saw the beautiful unknown. But what a surprise! Behind her were four little dogs. "The Beta dog was dumbfounded. He reminded her of her promise to tell him of any happenings while she was gone. She looked at him whimsically. Then she spoke. "Why, Ben," said she, "I thought you would understand. I talked the whole thing over with my Tri Delta mistress and she said that while it was pretty hard, she preferred to have four mongrels in the family than four Betas and I finally agreed with her, "But, mamma," said the little dog, "who is the stranger who recalled this story to y0u?,' f'Oh, him," said mamma, sniffing, f'that's that Beta. He's been trying to figure out why she thought that ever since." 129 ggi!! :Ht Qgx relg :HK :Um THE COMMODORE, woo 9-D 1 J lx , Ht Int ln! Y ln! IH! Inga C1-11 P1-11 Top Row-F. McI1wa.ine, Gosling, J. McIlwaine, Brubaker, Dodson, W. E. Tomlinson, F. Tomlinson Second Row-Shaver, Whitsitt, McCullough, Core, Clark. Bottom Row-Boone, Thomas, Ramsey, McCullough, Hawkins. F f o 130 mm ,nl N ,nl mi? 'IFIIIIE UOMMOIDORE, roam 11 Milf Im 1111 :nl ug! A nm ILKI I 3 l A 0195... Q19 ,GRD 0 0 Chr Phu Founded at Princeton, December 24, 1324. Colors: Scarlet and Blue ALPHA PI CHAPTER Esmblished 1883 Class of 1930 F. MCILWAINE, A.B., LL.B., Nashville, Tenn. JACK I-I. BOONE, A.B. . . Henderson, Tenn. Class of 1931 W. K. BRUBAKER, A.B. . . GreenGeld, O. VV. D. GESLING, B.E. .... Ashland, Ky W. E. TOMLINSON, AB. . . Amarillo, Tex. C. E. SHAVER, A.B., LL.B. . Huntsville, Ala. Class of IQj2 JOHN W. CORE, A.B. . . . Frankfort, O. J. R. MCILWAINE, A.B . Nashville, Tenn. . J. F. TOMLINSON, A.B. M. D. MCAULEY, A.B. . Amarillo, Tex, . Byhalia, Miss. N. A. THOMAS, A.B. . T. P. VVHI'I'sI1'I', B.E. KN. D. DODSON, LL.B. . . .' Sulphur, La. Class of IQ33 G. B. MCCULLOUGH, B.E. . . Atlanta, Ga. B. B. HAWKINS, B.E. . . Nashville, Tenn. LLOYD I. RAMSEY, A.B. . Trezevant, Tenn. DAVIS A. CLARK, A.B. E. A. SAYERS, A.B. . FRATRES IN URBE R. P. BELL C. B. WALLACE JOHNSON BRANSFORD E. B. WILKINSON W. E. BUIST HARRY WINN J. A. BURROW J. G. CURRY E. E. DAUGHERTY F. S. PARKER, JR. B. H. ENLOE F. A. SULLIVAN J. B. HOWE H. P. NUNNALLY A J. LAMAR W. F. VVRIGHT, JR. A. G. LINK C. A. SIDWAY DR. E. B. MCALEXANIJER J. F. GREEN J. W. MADDIN, JR. W. B. PAUL JAMES I. VANCE VV. D. BUNTON CHARLES HAWKINS 131 39511 1111 l l D111 Q3'ef0t. f9f9?l9 Nashvi.le, Tenn. Hermitage, Tenn Sweetwater, Tex Nashville, Tenn sum? 'rims coiyiiyionoiaiiz, wan t 111 DI!! 1114 f 1 ' V 1 im im ,USS BCOJORFS AND BROADSTREETHS RATING Naine-CHI PHI FRATERNITY Rason zfetre-None Address-CPrese11tj 2407 West End Purpose-Vacillating A brief iesume of the history of the fraternity contains the follow- ing points Worthy of notice: Honors: Wilbtii' Brubaker, Chapel Monitor. Chas. Shaver-suggested as possible candidate for secretary of Junior Law Class. Wm. Dodson-leader of Junior Prom at Salty Dog. Also hon- orary degree of "Frenchy." John Green-pronounced possessed of normal intelligence by idiocy board. Diytinguishing feature: Menibers may be distinguished from inmates of county jail by means of Chi Phi pins, small emblems denoting nothing whatever and Worn on left breast when found. Oldest living member: Brother Buntin Cof Buntin and Cartwright, Haberdashers, Soxters, Suitsters and Gangstersj. Chief amusement: Supervising the operation of Larry's slot machines. Chief asset: Goody, Goody! Charlie QSensitivej Sidway is back. Chief liability .- To be decided in series of debates between Brubaker and Tomlinson. General rating C5 Qsee footnotej. Special rating C3 Qsee footnotej Cazfoul C3:same as C6 132 2. ye J E111 S5111 rm ,J 1111 111325 Qvvaj 19359 M 'inane coiviivionoiaia, ioao 7 - BI - 1114 PHI f p ig -N vllt 1111 111 'IFIHUE SIMPLE FEW "No, I really did pledge Sigma Nu on purpose, and I got another bid too. I don't think that there's anything so funny about it." They are really prominent on the campus. Charley Schefferls brother will be football captain next year and he has hopes of making a letter. And when they say "Cake-Eating Jo-Jo," they donlt mean Joe, he says, but his brother Tony. F You can't help being impressed by the chapter as a whole. Billy Parkin is probably the best example of the chapter as a whole, and I didn't mean any pun, either. But handsome men like Parkin and SaHey and Clements, whose faces shine with so much intelligence, are certainly assets. There is really no chapter on the campus which has such a fine brotherly spirit. Look at the Hne generosity of Bev Young, who re- nounced the glory of a basketball letter in order to play for his frater- nity. This noble act can be equaled only by one in the history of the university. That was the sacri1"ice that Skinny Stumb made to his Alma Mater. It is impossible to estimate how much he helped the school by leaving it. What other chapters think will hurt us turn out to be genuine bene- fits. The filling station thatfsomeone has put up next door has been of great use to the chapter. The noise has really brought Sim Lovclady to consciousness once or twice. And the gas reminds us of our dear departed Stumb. Besides helping Vanderbilt, we have aided other schools. V. M. I. and Auburn have been the main beneficiaries of our generosity, and Polk and Mathews have been wonderful fertilizers for the chapter. We have never gotten sufficient credit for Lou Byars, who hails from Adairville, Ky. I-Ie is so open-minded. In fact, he has never made up his mind on anything. CEditor's note: What mind?j He is really quite typical of the chapter, as I must admit that even the Deltas are now ahead of us in scholarship. But the greatest advantage of becoming a Sigma Nu is that the chap- ter allows every one of its Freshmen the opportunity of starting at the very bottom in Vanderbilt and working up. 133 Qin. ,m T I im .mi THE Q B Mmoooms, weso U1 1114 :Hr K-YJ U51 Kr! :Et 1111 111 Qjvgg, Q9 15369 SIGMA NU Botton Row-Lightfoot, Polk, Disharoon, Lovelady, Mathews, Sandusky, Upchurch, C. Scheffei Second Row-Owen, Jacobs, Jackson, Sheen, Robbins, Bones, Tate, Crittenden, Carrie-r, Hovey Saiiey Third Row-Myrh, Davis, Lentz, Consley, Irwin, Kane, Barry, Bray, Tillery. Fourth Row-Fuller, Gracey, T. Scheffer, Clements, McCall, Jones, Meyers, J. Scheffer. -4 5,6 Q, 'x,f- y25i'A5Q'kik'f5vpg? W ,. tv . 5 , - .'xf..f, iff? 4. A My fifaz- ' Rig'-v' f EPGX f, ,w:'Z'e!-X 355-v12q,3.' ' f' Q W w '5 1 I f 3 gd ml If ,ig Qi 5 'f ,gf gy ' .,..i,.,,, 134 AV mtv F1131 VM-M Gjgi -was? -nn, :gap :Eggs w ' CFM THE COMMODURE, tooo t ' 'e HI Im 1111 Gjgxg kgrew will III: IH 0 Sigma lNllll Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1869. Colors: White, Black and Gold Flofwcr: White Rose Hcliwc Chaplwl' Ninety-Six Hlumni Chap1c1's.' Sixty-six SIGMA CHAPTER Established 1886 FRATRES IN FACULTATE , E. M. ORR, M.D. .......... Alssiftzznt Professor of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat F. C. PASCHAL, PH.D. . . Dean, College of .flrls and Scimzre, Prof. of Psychology C. M. SARRATT, B.A., M.A. . Dmzz 0fSl1Lclz'nl.v, Prof. of Mathematics GEORGE R. GAGE, PH.D. ...... flsxirlant Professor of Biology FRATRES IN lUNIVERSlTATE Class of IQ30 SIM LOVELADY, B.A. . . . Hartselle, Ala. MARTIN ROBERTS, C.E. . . Nashville, Tenn. Class of IQQI LOU BYARS, B.A. ..... Adairville, Ky. CHARLES SCHEFFER, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. W. M. BONES, M.D. .... Pulaski, Va. JOSEPH SCHEEEER, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn STANLEY MATPIEWS, B.A. . . . Bunkie, La. Class of 193.2 ROBERT CLEMENTSI, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn HUGH DISHAROON, B.A. . . Shawmut, Ala ROBERT HOUR, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn: NEILL OWEN, B.A. . . . Nashville, G. Q. POLK, B.A., LL.B. . . Helena, Ark. VVILLIAM PARKIN, B.A. . Little Rock, Ark. Tenn DILLARD JACOBS, C.E. . .Nashville, Tenn. JOSEPH SAFLEY, B.A. . .Nashville, Tenn. FRANK JACKSON, B.A. . . Montgomery, Ala. THOMAS SCHEFFER, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn ROLAND LAMB, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn ROBERT LIGI-ITEOOT, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn: VVM. SANDUSKY, B.A., M.D. . Pensacola, Fla SAMJL UPCHURCH, B.A., M.D. . Clanton, Ala. BEVERLY YOUNG, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. Class of1933 D. S. BAYER, B.A., M.D. . Nashville, Tenn. JACK CRITTENDEN, B.A. . . Hartselle, Ala RAYMOND CONSLEY, B.A. . . Helena, Ark. ALBERT CARRIER, C.E. . Asheville, N. -C WM. FULLER, B.A. . . . Montgomery, Ala. WARD KANE, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn NED LENTZ, B.A. .... Nashville, Tenn. CLARENCE GRACEY, B.A. . . Franklin, Tenn ERNEST TILLERY, B.A. . . . Decatur, Ala. ROBERT BARRY, C.E. . . Nashville, Tenn CLAYTON JONES, B.A. . . Little Rock, Ark. HARRIS TATE, C.E. . . Nashville, Tenn ERNEST IRWIN, B.A. . Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. JOSEPH MYERS, C.E. . . . Nashville, Tenn JOHN BRAY, C.E. .... Montgomery, Ala. JAMES BARR, B.A. . . Mt. Pleasant, Tenn IVERSON MYHR, C.E. . . .Bellvue, Tenn. RICE SMITH, B.A. ..... Mayfield, Ky FARLAND ROBBINS, B.A. . . . Mayfield, Ky. MERRILL HOVEY, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn 135 will 011 V, , A gg i If A , N 1111 IBKQQ ,,. A THE COMMODORE, IOSO III DHI IHI pi? I 1111 DHI 111 JOE ALFORD L. C. ANDERSON H. F. AMBROSE G. D. BROOKS W. H. BUSHART RAY COOPER DR. OSSION CROCKETT JAMES CROW EDMUND CRUTCHFIELD WILLIAM D. DELAY " A. D. CATHERLY DR. R. E. FORT J. D. FOY mv W9 ' Sigma NDI, SIGMA CHAPTER-Continued. FRATRES IN URBE HARVEY H. HANNAPI DAURIN HINDMAN DR. C. W. HOEEER T. C. HINDMAN VVARREN LAMB LEE J. LOVENTHAL MAXEY LUTAN HAROLD LOWE DR. THOMAS W. MENEES GEORGE C. NORTON DR. BRUCE R. PAYNE CARR PAYNE EDMUND PAYNE A. O. PHILLIPS VVILLIAM PURYEAR MARTIN ,ROBER1'S GEORGE A. SCHWAB ROBERT SNEED L. B. STEVENS PAUL STUME JULIAN THOMAS EDWIN VAN NESS TRUMAN H. ALEXANDER LAWRENCE C. ANDERSON NOBLE VAN NESS V. I. VVITHERSPOON J. P. BELL B. O. BENTLEY H. W. DEVINS R. P. BLACKMER RAY D. COOPER E. F. CULBREATH CHARLES B. DUKE, JR. GRANBURY JACKSON C. M. SARRATI' , ALBERT G. GERST JOSEPH P. GILBERT PRESTON S. HARVILLE WILLIAM E. HUDMOND HAYWOOD JOHNSON CASPER B. KUHN AUBREY MAXWELL JOHN F. MORRISON, JR. JOSEPH C. MORRISON, JR DR. EUGENE M. ORR G. A. PURYEAR WILLIAM A. PURYEAR ALONZO C. RILEY QUARLES M. SURRATT VV. H. SOPER Mllflbll ALVAN H. SPOTISWOOD JAMES STUMB CLARENCE SUTHERLAND CHARLES TURNER HENRY O. WEAVER HARVEY T. WHITSON V. D. WITHERSPOON EDWARD YOUNG, JR. LAWRENCE STUMB CHARLES U. ROGGINS HOWARD MCGAW 136 L - - I Iliillgfl rrrrz tzorvinvroinonr, roao rr im. om g 19 55 g im im 1:6352 We fists? THE A. T. Ofs The Alpha Tau Omegas this year stuck out their necks, got busy, bought a few more pledge buttons and gathered unto themselves a Freshman Class that threatens to eclipse the rest of the fraternities, as far as scholarship, activities and athletics of all sorts and descriptions are concerned. VVhile on this last subject, it might be well to note that, even though Fred Kelly is out of school now, the sum of his parlor athletics plus those of one Abner Abernathy, who is even now in the chapter and going strong, will bring the Alpha Tau Omegas' average up to what it was back in the days when Paul Gaunt was whimsically but nonetheless forcefully obtruding himself on the minds and hearts of the cityls fairer sex. A casual observer might perhaps ask what all this has to do with the present standard of Alpha Tau Omega. A review of past glories is, in truth, somewhat a poor way to give an impression of a present-day chapter. And this is even more true in the ease of the Alpha Tau Omegas, where there are few, if any, past glories to harp upon, a situation which the present chapter has done little to improve. Lest the preceding paragraphs have given the reader the wrong impression of the gen- tlemen at aooq. Broad, let me hasten to reassure their followers that the picture is not quite so bad as has been painted. CEditor's note: It couldn't possibly be any worse.j In the first place, there is marvelous john Thompson, but who cares? Not only that, but the pages of this volume have been marred before with the mention of him and we'd like to have this writeup of the Alpha Tau Omegas read. YNhieh brings us to the literary side of the fraternity. Besides the aforementioned Thompson, there is Logan Tuthill, the boy from Chicago, who blew in the fall a year ago and has been heard of but little since, save in connection with a miscellaneous bit of literature published by his classmates in john Ransom's English IX Class which no one has ever read and which no one would want to read. One hears that Tuthill is a leading light on this publication, but then again one hardly cares to take the trouble to ind out. 1 Any mention of Alpha Tau Omega which leaves out Walter Paschall is lacking indeed. The Mons. Paschall has been chattering like a jackal about the campus for two years now and claiming that the goulash he spilled was French. But up until now no one has found out just what it was. Still Paschall furnishes the professional air for the lodge and therefore should be considered as being of some use, though to the casual observer it is a bit diflieult to decide whether to condole with the Alpha Tau Omegas or not. The fraternity also has several men eligible for that mystic organization on the campus which chooses those who have distinguished themselves in some extra special way by making nuisances of themselves. These include Messrs. Lea, Bayles, Franklin, Clark, lVIotlow and especially that All-American Hell-raiser David Kelly. The Alpha Tau Omegas pledged two boys this year, the Messrs. Lockett, who, while not being the slightest kin, still have exactly the same names. The explanation has been offered that the boys both gave the same alias when roped and tied into the circles of Alpha Tau Omega and the Alpha Tau Omegas have not yet succeeded in finding out just who they are. Well, here they are. You can draw your own conclusions and please be lenient with these boys. One really canlt blame them, and while they possibly could be better no -one dares to suggest to them that the thing to do is to improve. They donlt think there's any room for improvement, and, as has been said several times before in this article, who really Cares? milf!! 1131, K-Yrlli g flcvxrt 1111 PURE GJYQJ' 4 Q THE Q Mmonomaz, woo Ill vm 1111 F N" 1 x rm vm :BHD ALPHA TAU OMEGA Bottom Row-Crabtree, Tuthill, Thompson, Kelly, Abernathy, Lokey, Franklin, Lea. Second Row-Moore, Hyde, Stewart, Kelly, Patton. Pasehall, P. Moore, Bayles. Hopkins, Ware. Third Row-R. VV. Lockett, Andrews, Foster, Henderson, Pugh, Johnson, Wa.te1's. R. L. Lockett, Hudgins. Tow Row-Mc-tlow. YVise, Duncan, StP1HSfiGld, Hopkins, Darrali, Cioys. 31' , W . gfwvo, ,. ., '18 '--was f-- ' 1 ,,,f -fy ,., 1, - A 'NllNL..QL.na:+ 1 3 S UI 1111 1 ul rm 11133 lf 'fx-3 Tllillli QOMMODORE, Ioso M QZHIA iii! 1111 IRI V 63 I J IRI 1111 111 in WEB Cfoihgl Alpha Tam Umega 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 . ............ Profrssor of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery DONALD DAVIDSON . ........... V . ffssoeiatc Professor of English GERALD D. HENDERSON . . Professor of Cooinzfrcr, Business Manager LEON M. LANIER ....... dssistaril in Cliniml Dcfrmazology FRATR ES IN U NIVERSITATE Ciass of1Q30 W. R. ARERNATHY, B.A. . . Pulaski, Tenn. 'WARREN C. LOKEY, B.A. . . Augusta, Ga FRED D. KELLY, B.A. . . . Pulaski, Tenn. JOHN TPIOMPSON, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn Class of 1931 Tenn Tenn HARRIS BROWN, B.A. . . . Nashville, BUFORD BRYAN, B.A. . . . Pulaski, E. G. CLARK, M.D. . . . Vicksburg, J. R. DAWSON, M.D. . . Birmingham, Ala TI'IOS. R. FRANKLIN, B.A..Tullahoma, Tenn Miss. XNALTER JONES, B.A. . . . Albany, Ga DAVID C. KELLEY, B.E. . . Lebanon, Tenn PERCY VV. LEA, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn EARL MOORE, M.D. . West Palm Beach, Fla VVILLIAM PA'1'I'ON, B.A. , Birmingham, Ala ROBT. L. SANFORD, B.A. . , . Ripley, Tenn. Class of IQ32 JOHN DANIEL, B.A. . . Old Hickory, Tenn. CHRIS HOPKINS, B.E. . . . Nashville, Tenn. EDWARD CRABTREE, B.E. . . Okalona, Miss. CONNER MOTLOW, B.A. . Lynchburg, Tenn. LOUIE BAYLES, B.A. .... Anderson, Ala. VVALTER PASOHALL, B.A. . . . Atlanta, Ga. LOGAN TUTHILL, B.A. .... Chicago, Ill. ROMNEY VVARE, B.A. . . Huntingdon, Tenn. PUGH C. MOORE, B.A. . Fayetteville, Tenn. REAOAN STEWART, B.A. . . . Minden, La Class of IQ33 ROLLIN DANIEL, M.D. . Old Hickory, Tenn. DORRIS I'IYDE, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn. W. DARRAII, JR., B.A. . Fayetteville, Tenn. VVILLIAM FOSTER, B.A. . Birmingham, Ala. JAMES MOORE, B.E. .... Carroll, Tenn. LEONARD HOPKINS, B.E. . Nashville, Tenn. ROET. L. LOCKETT, B.E, . . Savannah, Ga. ROET. W. LOCKETT, B.E. . Jacksonville, Fla. BINGI-IAM DUNCAN, B.A. . Greenwood, Miss. SANDFORD VVISE, B.A. . . New York, N. Y ROBERT PUGH, B.E. . . . Memphis, Tenn. BUSTER ANDREWS, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. GEORGE CLOYS, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn. JOE H. JOHNSON, B.A. . . .Atlanta, Ga. THOMAS HENDERSON, 'B.A. . Franklin, Tenn. WARD HUDGINS, B.A. . . . Franklin, Tenn HUGH VVATERS, B.A. . . . Lebanon, Tenn. 139 M J K9 HK, lui r Y 11117, PII THE COMNIODORJEJ IOSO Ht DHI 1111 Int DHI In Alpha T.:-JILL Umcga BETA PI CHAPTER-Continued. FRATRES IN URBE J. H. ACKLEN B. P. MOORE J. P. ATKINS CRAIG MOULDER J. R. AUST F. A. MOSER ISAAC BALL A. B. NEAL E. P. BOND W. S. NOBLES R. F. BOULT J. F. NOUNNAN L. G. BOXWELL S. H. ORR W. T. CALDWELL S. H. CHESTER E. E. PATTERSON H. I. PARISH A. I. CHILDRESS J. W. PERRY A. E. CLEMENT O. L. QUILLIAN A. R. CRAWFORD C. O. RAY R. VV. CRITCHLOW L. S. DAVIS BOYD T. RILEY J. B. SCOBEY J. J. DIDCOCK R. M. SEALY F. R. GOAR F. M. SEE J. T. HATCHER J. VV. SHACKFORD R. H. JONES CECIL SIMS R. W. JONES R. J. KIMBROUGPI PERCY KINNARD R. H. KIRBY LUKE LEA LUKE LEA, JR. ROBERT LUSK H. H. MCALISTER, JR. E. A. MEEKS J. G. STEPHENSON REV. G. W. STovEs J. R. THOMPSON, JR. BRADLEY WALKER H. S. WAKEFIELD R. J. WARNER J. VV. WARNER, JR. VV. D. WEATI-IEREORD W. W. VVILKERSON I 40 up -1 MHCZJH A' sg H H?gE I - 5 G3-:Q ruin: coivrivionoiaie, ioso 1 1 rr' 6 9 g-:wr ' . Q9 1,369 HI- 'F im 1111 h e Ht inn UN-S Gdfei THUSE DIEKIESH Random 7Il0'ZlL'77Z67ZfS' of the "Migl1ty .lllonarzrlzs Filled Pyith lfot Air." A few harmless eruptions picked up after a meeiing. Brother Clappz "Sons of Delta Kappa Epsilon, let us prayf, Brother Carney. "Sons of -, let's get drunk." Brother Shull: "Students and brothers of the greatest fraternity in the world,.let us hither to our books." Brother Cunningham: "Naw, no such junk for me. I'm forth to give a cute little girl her first big break." Brother Fuqua: "Silence, silence, brothers, while I try to think where I can procure a girl unknown to those Kappa Alphasf, Brother Roach: "Cease all the chatter and each and every one of you glance upon me to see if I look as sweet as ever," Brother Cowan: "Come clean, d- you, who in the hi sniped my good eye P" Brother Beaven: " 'Zounds, my nose itches atrociously. Advance you bickering rats and scratch it-there's one on each side-thatls line." Brother Dethero: "Say, Freshman, just what does that bird look like that laughed when you told him you were a Deke ?l' Brother Kennedy: "To the contrary, brothers, Daniel Booneewas a respected and honored frontiersman, so, pray what can be funny about that joke?'l Brother Crawford: "Brothers, your Words are inspiring. I now go forth to my Y. M. C. A. work with greater zest and renewed strength." Brother lVIorgan: "Aren't there any other chapters besides this one and the one at Yale ?,' Brother Garrison: "Do you think peaked lapels and spats are becom- ing to my phy-siqueiv' Brother Cuninggim: "You know Hendrix and myself have done a lot for this chapter in an athletic way." Brother Lindsay: "Don't you just adore that green shirt with the yellow collar and lavender neck tie that our Freshman has on ?" Brother Stanfield: "I just heard a new joke, and don't you think this song is a scream?" Brother Hume Casidejz "Thank heavens, I graduate this year." Brother Davis: "Let's go home. Ilm tired of patting you bums on the back." A I4I MH! 1111 DUI IHBQSIQ THE Q0MM0D01PnE,, woo , 7 - 111 1111 111. D111 :Hx 1 DELTA KAPPA EPSILON Front Row-Hume, Lindsay, Roach, VV11itnel. Davis, Vaughan, Cowan. Second Row-Beaven, Morgan, Carney, Crawford, Cuniuggim, Clapp. Shull, Cunningham Third Row-Lacey, Benzing, Lowe. Garrison. Stanfmeld, Waller, Bailey, T. Fuqua. Fourth Row-Burks, M. Majors, Liddon, Didcoct, Vfilliams, Fort. Carter, B. Majors Nexs Geer vwff . -vw . .N . gf- if fi, -. 355525 '- 596-X -:,:- s"',ZV ' X f" X Lf 'g if' 142 ' 7 P , Ht 1111 IH! 1 nic? THE QOMMODOIRE, Ioao HI F lUt 1111 GJ, l l 'QD IH! 1111 JH 2.8 K 75,1 Delta Kappa lllpsjillannl Founrlecl at Yale, 1844. Colors: Azure, Gules and Or .Fl0fl,Uf'7'.' Pansy GAMMA CHAPTER Established I847 Qllniversity of Nashvillejg Re-established 1889 FRATRES IN FACULTATE EDVVIN MIMS, PI-I.D. .......,........ . Head of English Dujwarzmmzl C. H. HAMILTON, M.C. . . flrrociale Professor of Dzwzrzzziology CHRIS MCCLURE ..... . . . . Professor of X-Ray DAVID R. PICKENS . .... , , Professor of Proclology VVILLIAM M. FLEMING, PILD. . . . Bacteriology flrrisiant HORTON R. CASPARIS, M.D. . . . . Professor of Pediatrics BRYANT COOPER, M.A. . . . . Profr.v.vor of Psychology MAYES HUME, B.A. . FRATRES IN IJNIVERSITATE Class of 1930 HAROLD D. LINDSAY, B.E. . . ROBERT B. ROACH, B.A. . FRED P. VVI-IITNEL, B.A. C. S. CARNEY, B.A. . R. G. CLAPP, BA. . Class of IQ3I SAM C. COVVAN, JR., B.A. . MEREDITI-I CRAWFORD, B.A. . . MERRIMON CUNINGGIM, B.A. . . JOHN B. CUNNINGHAM, B.A. . LAWSON DAVIS, B.A., LLB. . . G. B. DUNCAN, B.A. . . MCDANIEL EWING, B.A. . T. H. FUOUA, B.A. . . . B. R. KENNEDY, B.A. . . IVIARSHALL MAJORS, B.A. . C. L. MORGAN, B.A. . . . HARRISON SIIULL, B.A. . l'IORACE BEAVEN, B.A. . I'IARRY DETHERO, B.A. . VVILLARD DRAPER, B.A. . . FT Class of IQ32 143 . . . . Franklin, Tenn VVest Palm Beach, Fla . . . Fayetteville, Tenn . . . Fulton, Ky . Ripley, Tenn . . . Paducah, Ky . . Nashville, Tenn . . Nashville, Tenn . . Nashville, Tenn . . Brooksville, Miss . . Nashville, Tenn . . Nashville, Tenn . . Bowling Green, Ky . . Nashville, Tenn . . Nashville, Tenn . . . . Ripley, Tenn . . Petersburg, Tenn . . Brooksville, Miss . . Evergreen, Ala. . . Cleveland, Tenn. . . Dyersburg, Tenn 'H' Maine. rm V- ' UI DH: 11135 THE GOMIVIODOIRIE, TORO Q 2:1 -90,59 '1 A . T gi ni mm .111 -. GJ 1 N DHI ini In A iw QA-- e Delta Kappa llfpsillon R. A. GARRISON, B.A. VVILL LACEY, B.A. . CHARLES LOWE, B.A. GLENN PROCTOR, B.A. fCorztirzuedj H. M. STANFIELD, B.A. . . YV. O. VAUGHAN, B.A., M.D. . . JOE N. BAILEY, B.A. WILLIAM BENZING, B.A. . JAMES BURKS, B.A. . BURT CARTER, B.E. . WILLIAM DIDCOCT, B.A. . COMES FORT, B.A. . . W. A. FUOUA, B.A. R. A. GEER, B.A. . . R. C. LIDDON, B.A. . BARBEE MAJORS, B.A. EDWARD NEIS, B.A. . PRESLEY A. VVILLIAMS, E. E. BRITT IRBY BRIGHT G. H. CALLENDER J. H. CALLENDER G. L. CORNELIUS A. R. CORNELIUS HERBERT CORSON A. D. CREIGHTON H. L. BADGER B. A. BENNIE M. M. CULLOM ERNEST DAVIS LINDSEY DAVIS SAM DAVIS VV. G. CALDWELL ERNEST BOYD PAUL DAVIS CHARLES DAVITT, JR. B.A. . Class of IQ33 FRATRES IN URBE C. G. DURY C. EDWARDS J. R. GREENE N. HAMILTON ALFRED I'IUME WILLIAM HUME PAUL HUNTER T. G. KITTRELL G. R. LONG D. O. MCCARN JEFF MCCARN T. T. MCCORLEY B. M. MGLEMORE JOHN MADDEN VV. H. MEEKS JAMES MORRIS H. M. DAVIS 14-4 . . . . Monroe, La. Holly Springs, Miss. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Union City, Tenn. . . . Louisville, Ky. . . Mayfield, Ky. . . Coffeeville, Miss. . . Asheville, N. C. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Greenville, N. C. , . Corinth, Miss. . . Ripley, Tenn. . . Detroit, Mich. . . Nashville, Tenn. P. T. NICHOLS H. C. PARRENT S. F. PERKINS H. H. PETTIBONE THOMAS POINTER G. C. PORTER W. H. RAYMOND JOE ROACH GEORGE RUSSELL CHARLES RUSSELL E. C. SCRUGGS GRANVILLE RUGKER .ALLAN SHAPPARD I-IERSEY STETSON VVALTER STOKES, JR W. H. SWIGCARD W. L. YOUNG A. J. ZEITLER :Ut 11215369 mul ln' I I , 'rims coivinvioporue, rose ni , im ini Gggli gfag im 1111 in K- xv SIGMA CJHUI Someone once said that the Sigma Chis had a pretty good fraternity. just who said it and under what circumstances and why has never been ascertained, but it is our own private opinion that it was some horses asking for Sigma Chi. As far as that goes we could never figure out why Sigma Chi came into existence in the first place, and this opinion seems well supported when one considers the Parker twins, Willock, Pointer and others. Various theories have been advanced concerning its mode of origin. One school holds that it was founded down in an old abandoned barn by somebody who was unduly reckless at that time. To say that the caliber of the men in the fraternity has remained the same would be unkind, to say the least, but if we may be again pardoned for advancing our opinion, we think that the standard has decreased, if anything. Another group of people say that Sigma Chi was originally a home for stray polecats, and are so forward as to say some of the beasties took up their residence on Twenty-first avenue. Once again we deprecate the evil-mindedness of some peo- ple, but once again we must say that we really don't give a damn, an attitude which is rather characteristic of the Sigs, as they call themselves. However that may be, this is supposed to be a write-up, not a pedigree, though that last is applicable to Sigma Chi, too. The local chapter has its leading lights and we feel that they should be given due care and attention. About the only asset that Sigma Chi can lay claim to is her athletes, both back seat and otherwise. They say Sam Ewin is the catch-as-catch-can champion of the city, and furthermore that his naive, frank way of approaching a maiden is one of the most delightful things about him. Perhaps you have seen a tall white-toothed Adonis striding about the Hoor at dances, looking as though he had an acute pain somewhere, and dancing with a girl as though he thought she was getting a break. That was Douglas Willock, and if you donlt know him you really have got something to be thankful for. CThe Sigma Chis would like to know how you avoided him.j Then you may have seen a sandy- haired gentleman who walks around the campus with a somewhat vacant expres- sion on his face and a prep school sweater on his chest. This is not a Freshman in spite of his know-it-all air, it is merely one Sartain Lanier. There should be no need for further explanation, though the Sigs have been seeking one for three years now. The proudest boast of the Sigma Chis is their Freshman class, which, as is char- acteristic of all Sigma Chi Freshman classes, is large and indeterminate. lt contains, according to his own admission, the hardest man in school, Leyendeckerg Harry Newton, also according to his own admission, the best looking man in the Sigma Chi chapter, a doubtful honor, to be sure, but still an honor, and if the rest of his colle- giate honors come to him as easily as this one he will probably be B.U.g and follow- ing along in these boys' tracks, a large group of sad-looking individuals who will prob- ably make the Sigs very good men. ' E So here are the Sigma Chis. In reading this bunch of schlossnipf donlt be in- fluenced by it, but just remember that nothing is as bad as it seems, even Sigma Chi. 145 GMU! 1111 rx! Hip! IH! 2113232 G31Qy, 9,9 19,969 THE QUMMUDUJMQ, 11930 635111 1111 :Hr - d 35. 5 51 im nm in SIGMA C1-11 Top Row-Trabue, Hemlepp, Simpson, Leyesndecker, Albers, Peck, Newton. Second Row-Pyle, Peoples, Griffin, Godwin, Craven, Pierotti, Walceiield. Third Row-Campbell. Puryear, Turner, NVi11iamson, 'Wi11ock, Fotrell, Pointer, Thomasj, Ewin. Front Row-Glenn, XVard, Pflrtor, Hudson, Mathews, Parker, Keuhn, Parker. TN ff: 2,-B x X K - 59,"k v 5:5 2 " ' ' i f 5 -.-Qizifj . , -' Lai?" ., ., .,,,i ,, 53, 11 --'- ,ff 3 ,1 ,Q , A,,,,i . . 1 46 El DH: Q gwjl lgrag :Ht :HES THE COMMODORE, Ioao 1114 1111 J ul DH! 1111 Cl io WI r l 1-:wang Sigma Chi Founded at Miami University, 1855. Colors: Blue and Gold Flofwer: White Rose ALPHA PSI CHAPTER Extablislmd 1891 FRATRES IN FACULTATE THOMAS CARTER, M.A., PH.D, , .... Pro ffssor of Greek Exigesis in Sfltool of Religion VV. P. CONNELL, B.S., M.S. ....,..... . Member of Board of Trust THOMAS M. VVOODARD, M.A. ....... Instructor in Biology W. S. LEATHERS, M.D. .,.... Dean of the Medical School CLARENCE CONNELL, B.E. . .Szzpcrintmzdont of Vanderbilt Hospital ALFRED BLALOCK, M.D. ......,.. Instructor in Surgery JAMES OVERALL, M.D. . . . . Imlructor in Pcfdiatrirx RALPH KNUTTE, M.D. ......... Instructor in Pathology FRATRES IN UNIVIQRSITATE Class of IQ30 C. G. BINGLE, B.A., M.D. . Covington, Tenn. CHARLES HUDSON, B.A. . . McAlister, Okla. IRA MATTHEWS, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. JAMES WARD, B.A. Class JACK CHESNEY, M.D. . . Micldlesboro, Ky. SAMUEL EWIN, B.S. . . . Franklin, Tenn. HAROLD FOTPRELL, B.E. . . Nashville, Tenn. HUGH GLENN, B.E. . . . Nashville, Tenn. IRA PARKER, JR., B.A. . . Nashville, TIRRILL PARKER, JR., B.A. . Nashville, VVILLIAM PORTER, B.A. . . Nashville, . . Amarillo, Tex. of 1931 SARTAIN LANIER, B.A. . . Nashville, TAYLOR POINTE R, B.A. .... Como, DOUGLAS WILLOCK, B.A. . Nashville, LOUIS ZEINDEN, B.E. . . Chattanooga, CLAUDE D. JOHNSON, M.D. . Brundige, Ala. Class of IQ32 Jos. G. CAMPBELL, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. EDWIN A. CRAVEN, B.S. . Greensboro, N. C. THARRISON HUNTER, B.A. . . Louisville, Ky. VV. S. PURYEAR, B.A, . , . Nashville, Tenn. LEO KUEHN, B.A., J. FLOYD PYLE, B.A. . . JESSE THOMAS, B.E. . . . JOHN P. TURNER, B.E. . . W. S. WILLIAMSON, B.A. . LL.B. , Gainsville, Tex. Class of IQ33 JOHN ALBERS, B.E. . . .Nashville, Tenn. VVILLIAM BEASLEY, B.E. . Nashville, Tenn. GORDON CI-IAPPELL, B.A. . Birmingham, Ala. JACK CODWIN, B.E. . . . Nashville, Tenn. RICHARD GRIFFIN, B.A. . Tiptonville, Tenn. VVILLIAM HEMLEPP, B.A. . .Ashland, Ky. CHARLES LEYENDECKER, B.E. . . Waco, Tex. WILLIAM MOREHEAD, B.A. . . Chicago, Ill. HARRY NEWTON, B.E. . . Weatherford, Tex.. 'Died October 21, 1929. I . Montclair . Springheld, JAMES PEOPLES, JR., B.A. . Buncome, HARRY PIEROTTI, LL.D. . . Memphis, VVM. ROBERTS, B.E. . . McMinnville, DOUGLAS ODELL, B.A. . HERBERT PECK, B.A. . I GORDON ROGERS, B.A. . . .Belzoni, PAUL SIMPSON, B.E. . . . Nashville, LAWRENCE TRABUE, B.A. . Nashville, JACK VVAREEIELD, B.A. . . Nashville, Q'.9!1'nl ini . 1 -7 if Im 1113332 Tenn Tenn Tenn. Tenn Miss. Tenn. Tenn Hopkinsville, Ky. Morganheld, Ky New York, N. Y Terre Haute, Ind N. J Tenn N. C Tenn Tenn Miss Tenn Tenn Tenn THE QOMMO ORE, IOSO l ln! IH! i t 1 U IIB IRI 1 W - .- - L 11 Sigma Chi ALPHA PS1 CHAPTER-CO1'Zfi1'L1fL6d. R. L. ALEXANDER ALBERT ALEXANDER JOHN AMBROSE SUMPTER ANDERSON GEORGE ARMISTEAD PARKES ARMISTNEAD CHARLES BELL RADER BELL VV. A. BENSON D. B. BLAKEMORE J. G. BLAKEMORE VV. A. BLANTON E. BROCKLEBANK DOSWELL P. BROWN H. H. CARTWRIGHT J. M. CATE E. B. CHAPPELL, JR. JOHN CHAPMAN C. B. CONNELL ROBERT CREIGHTON VVILBUR CREIGHTON HARBEN DANIELS VV. W. DILLON, JR. CHARLES DUNBAR, JR. JAMES S. DUNBAR HARRY DYER H. H. EARTHMAN ROBERT EWING ANDREW FANT R. A. FIELDS FRATRES IN URBE L. B. FITE WILLIAM FITZGERALD C. A. FLANNERY FAE FISK JAMES S. FRAZER G. A. W. FRAZIER CHARLES FULLER HORACE GAYDEN DAVID GLENN E. W. GRAHAM C. A. HALL R. M. HALL, SR. HUMPHREY PIARDISON L. M. HOLLINS ROBISON HOUSTON P. D. HOUSTON, JR. PAUL HUSSEY ROBERT HUNT CHARLES H. JOHNSON FRANK JOHNSON C. VV. JONES LEONARD KIRKES M. B. LEAVELL DON MCEWEN CHARLES A. MOINTUREE DAVID L. MCQUIDDY PURYEAR MIMS MERRILL MOORE OWEN MORRIS M. S. WIGOINOTON 148 R. O. NORVELL VV. E. NORVELL BRUCE OVERTON A. B. PASCHALL MALCOLM PICKETT JOHN PICTON EDWIN POTTER JUSTIN POTTER JOE PURYEAR R. B. PURYEAR CHARLES RAGLAND EGBERT VV. SMITH E. B. STAHLMAN J. G. STAHLMAN A. B. STEVENSON J. J. STOEW LOGAN I-ATE JOHN K. TEAGUE W. C. TEAGUE LEVVIS TILLMAN E. J. THORNTON NELSON THORNTON R. VV. TURNER VVILEY J. UTZ VVILLIAM WADE EDWIN VVALSH S. A. VVEAKLEY DEMPSTER WEAVER T. A. WIGGINTON G. M. XTARBROUGH, J WH! 1111 'nl Inga U17 Fi' maint will 1111 'inane tzoiyriyronoiaie, roao THE lFlIGlHI SIGHS 2016 Terrace Place. To 'rl-115 NA'r1oNA1, PkEs1n12N'r or THE FIGH Sion FRATERNITY Deaf Boozcy Boy: I gess you're wonderin' why I'm swinging the Sheaffer on you when I don't hafta, and when you don't even board at VVard-Belmont. VVell, I thought that, bein' as you an' me was on pretty good turns at our last national convention, you'd like for me to give you a few red-hot tips on the leanin'-I mean standin'-of the Figh Sighs at Vandy. just to start things oFf tight-I mean right--we gave a party for the rushees and pledged a whole Freshman. It was as easy as datin' a co-ed. All our high-voltage man had to say was: "Our house goes back to VVilliam Penn" and the button was as good as sewed on. The Freshman didn't know that William Penn was the sap that held the mortgages on our house and none of the brothers thought to add "if the back payments aren't made soon." 'At little oversite was immalarial anyhow 'cause he found it out soon enuf. But gosh, Boozey, we didn't have no idea that our Freshman was so dumb or we'da let the Sigma Nus have him. Don't get me rong though. We ain't 'shamed of our pledge. It's dumb guise like him that gits married to these good-looking dames and storks up the house with a lotta more little Figh Sighs. Now, Boozey, I ain't feelin, you out for a lift on the,,Figh Sigh endetedness as usual. Nawsir, we don't want you to yifzm us a .tingle penny. VVe just want you to infwfsz' a hundred doflars in a new rackit wear startin' down hear at the house. Y'see, us Figh Sighs has discovered a new rat poison that we call MAGIC DEATH. It turns rats intwo stone instantly. It petrifies 'em on the spot. No odor, no stink, no rats, no nothin'. Shure, it was discovered by accident. One nite we was down in the eat department sipping of a little merriment. The rats was jumping over the table and hurdling the chairs as usual and a good time was being had by awl. VVith every hoisting of the hooch the situation became sillier. One of the boys lifted the lid on a new kind of giggling soup and set it on the table to reech for the axsessories Along comes one of them roaclents in a hurdle, necks the jug, and shatters it on the floor. Before we can get in two good hickups, the whole team of rats gits into a huddle lapping up the loopy soup. VVell, to be breaf, it wasn't know time until every one of 'em rats was petrified. They was stone dead, I mean. VVe got to experimentin' more with the stuff and, believe me, itls the last word-for rats. The Pied Piper never coulda done a better job than MAGIC DEATH done around this lodge. Our whole Freshman Cclassj has the rats outnumbered now. Yea, it's easy to make. We just buy ordinary nose paint, subdivide it, and funnel it ourselves. Thears a peachy possibility of merging with the Sigma Chis on the matter. They've got the empty bottles that we wants, and weave got the gutter Huid that they wants. f'It shatishhesf' testified one Sigma Chi after drink- ing a dozen bottles of MAGIC DEATH. I know that your kean business mind seas the future of MAGIC DEATH. Send us only one hundred mzackmzf and weal put the stuff on the market-if it kills the rats on the market it's a shure success. Then weal turn the university intwo a distilary CCollege Hall would make a swell lookout for the coppers thatis always tryin' to rate-I mean rade-our laughing stockjg and then weal merge with LISTERENE. Boy, won't that make a swell mixture? I could spill you a lot more if I was gettin' one dollar a word for such stuff as this. But I think I outta get at least a hundred greenies outa this. Don't chew? ' Yours i' Figh Sigh, JUNIOR. 149 My 1114 l u I 'HI 21132-Q Weis 7 T 1 rm :Ht 1 THE QUMMUDUM3, woo Hg :Hx 01: 15.7 E 4 :Hi 1111 111 QJ7' ' R9 Top Row-Sibert, PHI KAPPA PS1 Hart, True, Mann, Smith, Peel. Johnston, Boles. Second Royv-Warner, Hutchinson, Thomas, C'ar1'utherS. Radebaugh, Williams. Rice, Parka Goalder Neuhoff, G. Reynolds, Luten, Martin, Holman, L. Reynolds. Tipton, Rooney. Third Row-Graves, Gohesm, Myers, Vifasliburii, Clay, Bowden, Woodcoclc. Bottom Row-Johnson, McCormick, Funk, Mattingly. Harris, Hudgius, Payne. 311 A iw ,E ., fi ,n y foxziff, S.-'asf 150 1 in, W Gi?-q gg gag on lm no :HQ wx TTTE COMMODORE, Torso QZHI IH! DHI 1 6 E I IH! D111 1 0 0 lpllfllll Kappa PS1 Founded at VVashingtOn and Jefferson College, February I9, 1852. C0l0r.v.' Dark Green and Deep Red TENNESSEE DELTA CHAPTER Esiablishfd Ociobzu' 7, IQOI FRATRES IN IITACULTATE DUNCAN EVE, JR., M.D. .......,....... . fldjzuzcl Proffrsor of Mcdzrzne H. B. SCI-IERMERHORN, PI-LB., LL.B., LL.M. . . l FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE W. M. MANN, LL.B. . , H. E. W7ARNER, B.A. . . . SAM CARUTHERS, M.D. . . VVOODARD TIPTON, B.A. . ELGIN VVILSON, B.A. . . . G. V. HUTCHINSON, B.A. . FRANK F. TRUE, B.A. . . FRANK M. 'TI-IOMAS, B.A. . MCDONALD BOLES, B.A. . . ARMISTEAD CLAY, B.A. . . VVI-IITE GRAVES, B.A. . . WILLIAM M. HART, LL.B. ABNER JOHNSTON, LL.B. . I. O. NEUHOEF, B.E. . . BURTON VVASHBURN, B.A. . VVILSON VVOODCOCK, B.A. . Class of 1930 I Class of 1931 CHARLES M. STEVVART, B.A. . . WARNER BOWDEN, B.A. . . RICHARD GOALDER, B.A. . FRANCIS GOHEEN, B.A. . . PAUL W, HOLMAN, B.A. . HARRY MYERS, B.A. . . . LACY REYNOLDS, B.A. . . GLASGOW REYNOLDS, B.A. . T. E. SIEERT, B.A. . . . HOWARD ROONEY, B.E. . . PERCIVAL VVILLIAMS, B.A. . MARSHALL FUNK, B.A. . . Class of IQ32 151 mf . . Profnssor of Lafw . . Henning, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Duck Hill, Miss. . . Dyersburg, Tenn. . . . . Paducah, Ky. Michigan City, Ind. . . . Adairville, Ky. Bowling Green, Ky. . . . . Glasgow, Ky. . . Memphis, Tenn. Crystal Springs, Miss. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Madisonville, Ky. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . . Paducah, Ky. . . Greensboro, N. C. Bowling Green, Ky. . . Memphis, Tenn. . , Hickman, Ky. . . Birmingham, Ky. . . . Glasgow, Ky. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Birmingham, Ala. . . . . Glasgow, Ky. Bowling Green, Ky. ln! l QED! IH! THE. COMMODORE, TORO 3 no - III DHI IRI F 1 QJ Fx :HI 1114 In GPC? 595997 Phi Kappa Psi TENNESSEE DELTA CHAPTER-COTLfi7'L1ft6Cl. E. M. HAMMER, B.A. . PAUL HUDCINS, B.A. . VVILLIAM JOHNSTON, B.A. . CLIFTON MCCORMICK, B.E. . D. PAYNE, B.A. . Class of 1933 . . . . . Dallas, Tex. . . Union City, Tenn. . , . Hickman, Ky. . . Memphis, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. ROBERT ARMIS1'EAD W. H. ARMISTEAD FRANK A. BERRY FELIX R. CHEATHAM JOHN T. CHEEK A. B. CLARK, JR. WINSTON CLARKE W. I. EDVVARDS FRATRES IN URBE GUY GILLESPIE J. T. GRANBERRY PHIL HARRISON W. W. HAYS C. M. I'IUNT VV. A. KELLEY O. VV. KUHN R. D. MILLS A. O. PATE RICHARD C. BROWN WILLIS DOWELL D. VV. WILEY CORNELIUS HALL JAMES R. TUPPER GEORGE GAFFNEY JOHN B. MORRIS PAUL F. EVE, JR, R I THOMAS GRIMES C. D. GRIMES W. K. PHILLIPS JOHN B. RANSOM MEDICUS RANSOM BAILEY RASCOE F. S. REYER HASKELL RIOHTOR D, P. SEXTON . S. MORRISON C URRY HAROLD E. D. SLOAN JORDAN STOKES, JORDAN STOKES, J. W. STOKES EDWARD SWAIN BOYD TAYLOR LUTTRELL THOMAS J. H. THOMAS, JR. GIDEON P. VVADE SR. III CHARLES B. VVHITWORTH ' T. J. WYNNE CARTER HENDRIX JOE E. MARTIN DUNCAN EVE, JR. WILLIAM CARR VV. G. DOYLII OTIS RADEBAUGH JAMES M. GALLAGHER 152 A 6099 1 A Quinn f K miami? 9313 S939 'inane coiyriyioponie, rosa Hr T X jim. 4111 wi, AI IUQPQQD rm ini 111333 64 593 PIHUI KAPPA STGMAS Young ladies, if you want to walk, go with a Phi Kap. This advice is not an attempt at another of those "walk home" jokes. Any girl IS safe with a member of this lodge because you can't get reckless on street cars. The Phi Kaps are just a bunch of honest, homely fellows who like to have the same fun our fathers had before we were born in the good old-fashioned way. Young gentlemen, if you want to live in a barn join the Phi Kappers The exterior resemblance of their house to a horses' hostelry belies the character of its habitues. However, any of the brothers would be glad to sleep in a good loft after spending a few cold nights in the third floor dormitory which is known colloquially among them as the "hurricane deck." It is as chilly as an old maid's heart. During a hard winter the boys live in almost conjugal felicity, sleeping with one another and be come so intimate that they refer to their bed fellows as "wife" and ' honey Some of these days one of them is expected to write a novel entitled "School boy" as companion-book to the epic of Ward-Belmont. All sorts and conditions of men dwell under the' Phi Kap roof. There is the volatile V. L. "Skippy" Lewis, ebullient Sophomore, who pops in and out of school as quickly as a rabbit can cover his hole. The skipper possesses the personality of eternal youth and the temperament of a chip monk. The legal luminary in this galaxy is none other than B. "Bull Shooter Young, who was born too late. for if he had been born fifty years soonei somebody would have killed him. B. keeps in training for ambulance chasing by breaking all records for non-stop monologue about the exploits of Young and by chasing something occasionally. The bibulous Leon Hoskins, connoisseur of good whiskv and bad women, is the rebel of the chapter. Leon drinks bv himself so he can imbihe more. This boy will be going into D. Ts. soon at his present rate The Phi Kappers as a whole are steeped in tradition rather than pickled in alcohol. The latest reports are that their Freshmen are breaking down tradition bv passing all of their work. The chapter must be a group of socialists, for they evidently don't believe in private property. preferring each others socks, shirts and ties much above their own. Thev live together in what may be considered as a marvelous amity in view of the fact that they seem to be in competition as to which can wear out his blothei s clothes nod smoke his cigarettes first. UQ . Q,-F ,gina I S 3 gym :Hi j I at IU! YUPQ-gg QM THE COMMUDURE, woo 111 hilt 1111 A 1 A lm :Hx 111 ,Y . -x f'1vQy 19fl'D P1-11 KAPPA SIGMA Top Row-Mason, Young, Harris, Baylor, McCa.leb, Sheely, Terry, Simpson. Second Row-Robinson, Edwards, Pike, Scott, Hoskins, Blankenslmip. E. Spain. Bottom Row-Polk, Wlxitsitt, Ensley, Evins. Allen, P. Spain, McNamee, LeB0. 2 1 U of 4' 1:5-' V ff fzsf zjf Eff? ' ik-eixxf avg? ' -,,...+,-.L,,.. . ,,.,.,.,..,.. -,.M,5' T54- U17 Y 4' nr m 1 . 2 ' nm 111 Tll-lllE GOMIMIOIDORE, Ioan lijgillg will 1111 I 1111 :HI 171352 ICi5'tl9' Plhii Kappa Sigma Founded at Universitty of Pennsylvania, 1850. Colors: Black and Gold Flofwrr: Chrysanthemum ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER Esioblirlzm' 1902 FRATRES IN FACULTATE FRED BARNETT, D.D.S. . . .......,..... . . Dirnclor Dental .Iurirprudmce R. BOYD HOGLE, D.D.S. . . . . OREN A. OLIVER, D.D.S. . . JAMES J. VAUOIIAN, D,D.S. . . . . . Dean of Dania! School . . Profngsor of Orllzodozzzfia . . . Professor Oral Hygifnf SAM C. COVVAN, M.D. . . . . .-Issorizzlr Professor Obgtetrirs JOHN NOKES, M.D. . . . . .fluocioie Professor Ob.'ielri'cs FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of IQEO GEORGE E. PIKE, LL.B. . . . DeVVitt, Ark. VV. V. VVILSON, B.A. . . . Pulaski, Tenn Class of IQ3I - WILLIAM M. BAYLOR, B.A. . Gulfport, Miss F. M. BLANKENSHIP, B.A. . Hartsville, Tenn T. L. HARRIS, B.A., M.D. . Gulfport, Miss. J. A. KIRTLEX', JR., M.D. . Gulfport, Miss ERNEST B. MCCALEB, B.A. . Covington, Va E. E. SIIEELY, B.A., M.D. . Gulfport, Miss TROUSDALE TERRY, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn PIIILLIP ROBINSON, B.A. . Blytheville, Ark Class of IQ32 G. AUSTIN EDWARDS, B.A. . . Van VVest, O. I. VV. SIMPSON, B.A., M.D. . . Atlanta, Ga LEON C. LIOSKINS, B.A. . . . Pineville, Ky. ERNEST SPAIN, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn D. L. SCOTT, IR., B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. LOGAN C. B. YOUNG, LL.B. . Osceola, Ark VENAELE L. LEWIS, B.A. . Crossville, Tenn. Clam of 1933 ' A I. MASON, B.A., M.D. . McMinnville, Tenn VVINFRED D. FOLK, B.A. . . Corning, Ark. WILLIAM N. COOKE, B.A. . Wiiichester, Tenn Ross ENDSLEY, B.A. . . Sweetwater, Tenn. H. MCNAMEE, B.A. . Grand junct'n, Tenn. 155 VVM. G. WHITSITT, B.E. . . Lebanon, Tenn PAUL ALLEN, B.A. . . Belmont, Miss PAUL SPAIN, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn JOE EVANS, B.A. . Smithville, Tenn EASTON LEBO, B.E. . Tiptonville, Tenn :HRS Cline. In. Inf QM TIIE CUMMODORJE, 1930 UI IHI IH! I .7 I Im ,nt 1 WW'-I5 Phi Kappa Sigma ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER-Continued. FRATRES IN UREE CHARLES AKERS J. E. DUNN I. V. HENDERER CLARK W. AKEKS AMOS L. EDWARDS C. A. HORNER BOYD BOGLE ROY O. ELAM CLAUDE HORNER MILLER BRANNON P. M. ESTES WILL HUGOINS J. L. BRYAN FRANK FARRIS Q TATE HUOGINS ABE CARUTIIERS BEN GAMBILL ALFRED T. LEVINE SAM COWAN CALEB P. HAUN VVENDEL H. LEVINE I- K- CURRY JOE HART FRANK MADDUX VVALLACE MATHIS W. E. VVARD, JR. ROY A. MILES ALBERT S. VVILLIAMS VV. H. MITCHUM P. Z. VVOODRING A. O. OLIVER L. P. VVOODWARD GILBERT PARKER JAMES J. VAUGHN W. GUILD SMITH G. M. ZUCHERELLO JAMES E. WARD PAUL VVARNER P. D. SRYGLEY ERNEST DUPONT JOSEPI-I PIEMPHILL CARROLL REED J. M. JOHLIN BANKES TURNER BOB WHITE J. N, NOKES GUS MILLER ROBERT REED 156 HOT 1111 HKD MII 111: leg?-in inane coiviivioiooiaie, wsu mn im 1111 ui DHI im 1113-3 Qi- sv 'L9 G3-ir' wi VPQK9' ZETA BETA TAD Alpha Gamma Chapter of Zeta Beta Tau is located pleasant- ly just out of range of the odious odors of Furman Hall and other places just before Twenty-first avenue disgustingly turns away to the Kappa Sig house. There you will find as staunch and upright bunch of followers of Commerce and Economics as there are to be found. There has been, however, much of weal and woe in the good house of late-much mourning and shaking of heads, for a sad state of affairs has overtaken the chapter. Its prodigal son, the Vanderbilt Hustler, has broken over the traces and has fallen into foreign hands. The Zeta Beta Taus now amuse themselves by collecting scholarship cups and melting them into nickels and street car slugs. Since the redoubtable Pluto Lusky has left, they have little trouble amassing these cups. The personnel of the chapter should be given a brief space- a very brief space. lVlarx Borod, who lost most of his name' last summer practicing law in Memphis, working on a case of equs finis, can furnish the best of references. Eugene Sebul-sky is an- other shining beacon of the chapter. Louis Lowenstein is dividing his time between basketball, tennis and stabbing poor, little chil- dren at the medical school. Zeta Beta Tau has an eleven letter man in that boy Gortatowsky. Upon being questioned he will apologetically confess to membership in the Glee Club. Zeta Beta Tau, through army tactics, managed to enlist six- teen Freshmen. They now may be seen drilling with swink and pen every Wedriesday night at the Hutsler office. One Joe Low- enheim was unorthodox enough to make the Freshman basketball team. The old men can only gasp and stare and let the boy have his way. QZFHK :Hi F 1 6 1 5 IH! IRAQ-33 THE c0MM0DcQlRlE, 11930 , , 7 T II! ,IU :H IHC lm in ZETA BETA TAU Top Row-Weinstein, Fishman, Loventhal, Levy, Bored, J. Rossnbloom, Sebulsky. Second Row Cand standingl-Cohen, Rosen. Rosenthal, Cohn. Xveil, Reisman, A. Rosenbloom the two Spitzes, Jblindburg. Samuels, Rosenfselcl, Lowenlieim. Third Row-Goldberg, Franklin, Brackstone, Landau, Schlessinger, Bottom Row-Harris, Adler, Abrahams, Basan, L. Matison. -4 -'." yr, ' , E rlbi J - - l ,fi M n Ng' .Q 1' Zi' 1 I 5 8 will lm GAF - :Hr 1 nil? nfs' I THE COMMODORE, IOSO 1111 lnl If-Yxli E1-NA Im 1111 Zeta Beta Tau, Fraternity Founder I898, College Of City Of New York CC. C. N. YJ. Colors: Blue and VVhite .-'Ififfzm Chapifrss Thirty-three ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER FRATRES IN IJNIVERSITATE Class of 1930 MARX J. BOROD, LL.B.. . . Merigold, Miss, LEON S. LEVY, B.A. . . ,. Shelby, Miss. J. L. ROSENDLOOM, JR., B.A. . Jackson, Tenn. Class of 1031 LEROY BRACRSTONE, B.S. . . Corinth, Miss. EUGENE SEDULSRY, B.A. . Memphis, Tenn. ELMER COIIEN, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn. MILTON SIMON, LL.B. . . Memphis, Tenn. LEON ROSEN, B.S. . . . . .Dora, Ala. ALAN ZIBART, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn. Class of 1932 MAURICE COHN, LLB. . . Swiftown, Miss. JOE MORSE, JR., LLB. . . Nashville, Tenn. HENRY FRANKLIN, C.E. . . Nashville, Tenn. A. B. ROSENBLOOM, M.D. . . Jackson, Tenn. JULIAN GORTATOWSKY, B.A. . Albany, Ga. H. A. SCI-IWARTZ, B.S. . Chattanooga, Tenn. D. S. LOVENTHAL, JR., B.A. . Nashville, Tenn LEON MATISON, B.A. . .Nashville, Tenn. B. M. VVEINSTEIN, L. J. SPITZ, B.S. . . SAMUEL SPITZ, B.S. . M.D. . Nashville, Tenn. Class of IQ33 JOE ABRAHAM, B.A. , . . Huntsville, Ala. MORRIS ADLER, B.A. .... Albany, Ga SYLVAIN FISIIMAN, M.D. . . Jackson, Tenn ALEERI' GOLDEERO, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn JACK HARRIS, B.A. . IRA HEINEERG, B.S. . LOUIS LANDAU, B.A. . JOE LOWENHEIM, B.A. Nashville, Tenn . Pensacola, Fla. . . Albany, Ga Nashville, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn . . Nashville, Tenn LOUIS LOWENSTEIN, M.D. . Nashville, Tenn. SOL LOWENSTEIN, JR., M.D. . Nashville, Tenn EDVVARD REISMAN, B.S. LOUIS ROSENFELD, B.S. ROBERT ROSENTHAL, B S, SAMUELS, JR., B.A. LEE SCIILESINGER, B.S. ROBERT VVEILL, B.S. . . Chattanooga, Tenn . . Nashville, Tenn .S. . . Cincinnati, O . . Nashville, Tenn . . Memphis, Tenn . -Chattanooga, Tenn FRATER IN FACULTATE DR. ALVIN E. KELLER, School of llledicim' QFRATRES IN UREE ROLLAND ABRAHAMS DR. SAM BERNOW JOHN FRANKLIN HOMER A. JONAS SAMUEL JOSEPH MANUEL ESKIND MORTON LEBECK HORACE LEVY MARTIN LOVENTHAL JULIUS LOWENSTEIN IRA LUSRY DAN MAY LOUIS MARKS M. S. SCHWARTZ ALFRED STARR DHI IND 159 mm. 1111 51 5 THJE QUMMUDUJM2, nofao H1 1111 vile l h x lul 1 c 1 1 111 P1 KAPPA ALPH.A Top Row-Kelly, Perry, Parham, Cook, Freeland, Clownover Second Row-Holt, Watts. Oliver, Smith. Nvright, Perry Third Row-Patton, Hibbitt, VVeems, Morgan, Gilbert Crane Front Row-DuBois, Noel, Killman, Beasely, Thompson B1amwe11 Haxgrove Vaughan In 'fx 1 1 ' J' Q Y i W 2 I 60 HI 1 ' , THE QUMMODORE, 11930 1111 HI willing g 'KI 1111 1111 ,I 5' II we few mv -.9 Pi Kappa Allplhia Founded at the University of Virginia, March I, 1868. Colors: Garnet and Old Gold Flofwrr: Lily-of-the-Valley SIGMA CHAPTER Eslablixhcfl l8Qj,' Rr'-rslablixhrd 1921 FRATRES IN FAC ULTATE Vi-ALTER L. FLEMING, M.A., PI-I.D. . ...,...... Dean Collage Ari: and Scimzcc DR. JAMES S. ALLOWAY . ....., , Imfrizczor in Medicine W. E. BOWMAN . . . . Rrgisfrar, Sflzool of MKdiCi'7l0 TY'REE PAIN, B.A. . . . .'Is.vi5Ia11i Ilzsfrutior in E71-Uliffl R. C. BEATTY, M.A. . . . .flssistczzzi Insimrloi' in English FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of IQSZO MARSHALL BURNS, B.A., B.D. . Lathrop, Mo. F. VV. BEESLEY, B.A. , . Nashville, C. R. BRAMVVELL, B.E. . . Nashville, H. I-I. PIARGROVE, B.A. . . Pittsburg, BOONE NOEL, . . .NaShville, Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn. S Cla HOYT BRYSON, B.A. . . Murfreesboro, Tenn JOAN ENOCI-I CRAIN, B.E. . . Wilson, Ark I. T. GILBER'I', IR., B.A., M.D. . Paducah, Ky JOE HIBBE'1'l', B.A., M.D. . Nashville, Tenn Eow. A. TI'IOMPSON, B.A. . Rosemark, Tenn. EDVVARD VAUGHAN, B.A. . . . Clinton, Ky. CLARENCE VVEEMS, B.A. . Korea . Songda, VV. T. PARKER, B.A. . . Tullahoma, Tenn. Class of1932 R. D. ELLIOTT, M.D. . . . Lexington, Ky. CHAS. W. OLIVER, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. R. H. PERRY, E.E. . . Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. DRURY ALLEN, C.E. . CIIAS. BLOUNT, M.C. . GEORGE VV. COOK, B.E. . THOMAS KELLEX', B.A. EDVVIN FREELANO, B.A. . IVAN DUBOIS, B.D. . , . Cookeville, Tenn. of IQ3I C. P. HOLT, B.A. .... Nashville, Tenn. GEO. A. PATTON, B.A. . VValter Hill, Tenn. ROBERT KILLMAN, LL.B. . Nashville, Tenn. S. OGLE JONES, M.D. . . Roswell, N. Mex. A. M. SMITH, C.E. . . Murfreesboro, Tenn, I'IUGI-I VVRIGHT, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn. SIMS CROWNOVER, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. HERBERT BLAKE, M.D. . . Anderson, S. C. Class of IQ3j . Nashville, Tenn. . Georgetown, Ky. . Bridgeport, Ala . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn. H. TANKSI,EY', B.A., JAMES LEWIS, LL.D. . . . COULCN NAUCARROW, . GEORGE PERRY, B.A. . . . VV. C. PARIIAM, B.E. . . Nashville, Tenn. Texarkana, Ark. Nashville, Tenn. . .Latta, S. C. CHARLES WATTS, B.A. . . Clarksville, Tenn. M.D. . Nashville, Tenn. ffkninn mil Ulm nzimniig wwf 9.9 Row THE QOMMOIDOIRE, IOSO ggi!! IH! 1111 Cv4E5Dw k'g?l9 1111 DHI IHDR JAMES MCGILL THOMAS HOLT MILTON DAVENPORT LUCIAN IQAERCHER J. H. TURNER J. E. TAYLOR PRENTIOE A. PUGH C. B. ROGAN JAMES REYNOLDS J. A. R R D p Pi Kappa Alpha SIGMA CHAPTER-Continued. MURFREE MADDEN ROCHELLE MCCULLOUGPI DANIEL BOOME VVILRURN CALVERT N. T. LOWRY R. B. HARRISON FRATRES IN LIRBE A. L. RAVVLINGS LEWIS A. POPE O. W. PATTON G. G. OMAN, JR. H. M. WOMACK JOHN OMAN, IH JOHN TRAVIS SHARP QUEENER MORGAN GORDON PIENRY HUNT VV. C. ALEXANDER FRANK DAVENPORT JOHN DHENNAN NEIL WATSON A. S. ASIIBROOR VVALTER SMITH ROBERT EVANS DALE BEGINS CARNEY LAOIIEY O. W. MOENER GEORGE WIEBLII H. T. POLK DOUGLAS BETHURUM VVALTER COX W. C. MILLER C. C. C. W. ROVVE B. ARNOLD H. OLMSTEAD VV. E. BOWMAN R. H. B. DARROVV WELDON SANDUSKY G. S. PHILLIPS JAMES GRAHAM WILLIAM DANLEY LAWRENCE SPORE A. B. CUMMINGS C. S. CRAWFORD T. MOCLOOD Q'-gilt IUI I62 f I . J I Q 1114 111 ' Q 'lFlHIlE coiviiviopoiait, rosa U nm- 011 l i at IH! 1114 111 we EW Pll KAPPA ALPHA This year Pi Kappa Alpha, no doubt Wishing to improve its standing on the campus in someway, betook themselves to new quarters. They probably decided that something had to be done, and then it is whispered that they thought they were in too close proximity to university authority. A still more libelous rumor is that the rent on the house they occupied last year is yet unpaid and that it was a question of meeting in the Peabody Library or not at all. So they abandoned the dump they were in and came over on Twenty-first by the Sigma Chis, Phi Psis and Zeta Beta Taus Ceditor's note-we are grad- ually getting the schuitzelwerper isolatedj, forming a little community over there which has about caused complete evacuation of the neighborhood. And now it seems as though trouble is dogging their footsteps, for old lady rumon has it that the same troubles which beset them on Garland have multiplied, so that next year may see them, if any, moving still further westward. It would be unkind to say here that we sorta wish they'd keep on and never quit. Still it is impossible to be really vehement about something immaterial. Which reminds us of a famous theorem: The Pi Kappa Alphas either are or they are not worth a damn. If they are not worth a damn, then they areg and if they are, then they are not. But after all, what difference could it pos- sibly make to anyone except the Pi Kappa Alphas and we can't see them mak- ing much of a fuss about it. The Pi Kappa Alphas suffered an awful calamity in the loss of one C. P. Holt, who left school ostensibly to get married, but in reality to escape the Pi Kappa Alphas, who, rumor says, were after him. Or maybe he was after them. Buford Maiiley, the card shark of the chapter, expects to go to lWonte Carlo soon in order to break the bank over there. Certain it is that some of his neighbors and the Pi Kappa Alphas wish he'd get some money from some- where. i All of which brings up the question of finance in the chapter. They do say that the Pi Kappa Alphas owe nearly as much money as the Deltas, but the Pi Kappa Alphas' debts seem accumulated over years of time, while the Deltas, we understand, got all their incurred in a lump sum. We tried to look over the chapter roster to find some outstanding men to talk about, but the whole truth is that we couldn't find any that anyone had heard of outside the portals of the house. This is best perhaps when you come right down to it, nothing had, nothing lost. However, young men, if you :should go strolling down Twenty-first avenue some balmy day, if you should pass a raw stone house. and if around that house you should see a group of wild-eyed youngsters with ragged clothes and un- kempt hair, then you can be sure itisthe Pi Kappa Alphas figuring out some way to pay the cook's wages. 1 61 Cigna nm v - U ins in-539 efigg , ,Q5'il9 THE QQMMUDOM, 11930 f- 6 QZEI 1111 D11 V 1 A S c-N :Et ini in G26 A9 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Top Row-Rogers, Peddy, Mayfield, S. Bulla, Hudson, McElroy, Thatch, Durrctt. Third Row-Kinsiuger, Kidd, Hogg, C. Bulla, Monroe, C'la.rk, Charlet. G. Smith. Second Row-Lansden, Martin, V. Smith, Ransom, Williainson, Clarkson, Bates, I'IE311dI'iCkSO1l, A. Smith. Front Row-Dominick, Cram, F, Davis, J. Davis, Luton, Donoho, Dunaway. 1 64. Qilfilll :Hi rl! ai 1111 DUKE QFQEI 155519 THE COMMODORE, ioao I I I 'If' I I I I UI U H! -H . ., llaalmlbxdla Clhiii Allplhiai Founded at Boston University, 1909. Colar.f.' Green and Gold GAMMA DELTA ZETA Esmblishfrl Fr'I11'uary 251, 1922 FRATER IN FACU-LTATE M. C. GORDON, M.A., Pf0fL'.v.v0r of COIllll1Cl'CL' FRATRES IN UVNIVERSITATE Class of IQ30 DONALD H. CRAM, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. FRANK M. DAVIS, B.A. . . . Corinth, Miss. CHAS. K. DONOHO, B.A. . Lake VVales, Fla. R. L. DOZIER, B.A., M.D. . Nashville, Tenn. ROBT. E. DUNAVVAY, B.E. . Nashville, Tenn. Flofwfr: Violet J. THEO. GEIGER, B.A., M.D. . Oshkosh, VViS. C. L. KIRE:PATRICI1:, M.D. . Lebanon, Tenn. J. SHELTON LU'liON, LL.B. . Nashville, Tenn. TRIMBl.,E SHARBER, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. THOMAS B. VVHITE, B.A., M.A. . Ruston, La. Class of 1931 JOHN M. BATES, LL.B. . . Nashville, Tenn. J. T. DAVIS, B.A., M.D. . . Corinth, Miss. GEO. D. DOMINICK, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. J. HENDRICRSON, B.E. . Ashland City. Tenn. J. VV. MEREDITH, B.A., M.D. . Scottsville, Ky. B. N. VVILLIAMSON, LL.B. . Tecumseh, Mich. Cfrrsr 0151932 CI-IAS. D. BULLA, JR., B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. JAMES E. CHARLET, B.A. . . Livermore, Ky. LANE S. CLARK, B.E. . .Nashville, Tenn. T. A. CLARRSON, JR., B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. J. M. DURRETT, JR., B.E. . Nashville, Tenn. JAMES S. HOGG, B.A. .... Jackson, Ky. MORTON A, IQIDD, B.A. . . Livermore, Ky. R. R. KINSINGER, B.A. . . McPherson, Kan. JAMES R. MARTIN, B.A. . . Anniston, Ala. FLETCHER C. RANSOM, LL,B. . . Olney, Ill. VISTON R. SMITH, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. H. D. VVESTMORELAND, LL.B. . Athens, Ala, Class 0161933 SIDNEY C. BULLA, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. C. M. HUDSON, JR., B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. DICK L. LANSDEN, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. ALFRED VV. SMITH, B.A. . . Portland, Tenn. GEORGE L. SMITH, B.A. . . Decherd, Tenn. A. B. THATCI-I, JR., B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. J. L. ADAMS VV. P. BARTON, JR. DR. J. VV. BEARD CHARLES G. BLACKSRD L. CALHOUN E. OLNEY CHEST VESTER M. CHOATE J. S. CCVERDALE DR. THEO. W. DAVIS DAVIS A. GAMMAGE M. C. GORDON FRATRES IN URBE NATHAN R. GRAHAM J. THOMAS HESTER, JR GRANVILLE E. HORTON E. PALMER JAMES KARL J. JONES RICHARD W. JONES RICE P. LYNN COLLETT MAYEIELD DR. VV. G. MCCOWN JACK MONROE VIRGIL G. MOORE MELVIN B. -hvOUNG, JR. I65 HARRY N. O'CALLAGHAN M. GSBORNE DR. ELKIN L. RIPPY H. TOLMAN ROBERTS DONALD H. ROUSE EMMETT RUSSELL, JR. JOHN E. SCOBEY GERALD SEAGLE B. HOTT SI-IIPE 'FI-IOMAS A. SHRIVER, JR. VV:LLIAM S. TRIMELE QED! DHI ln! l ii I 'iztiifl THE coiviiyionoimz, wao 7? Hi 1111 :HI 1111 1111 11135 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA By Peek-a-Boo and Hyde-and-Seek Detective Agency 'Tvvas the night before examination. Not a sound was heard in the Lambda Chi House. It was four o'clock in the morning. The three brothers that live in the house had not gotten home. No one was there to keep watch over the place except old man Davis and he was out in the garage. lt is not known why two of the Lambda Chis live in the garage-maybe it,s because they have such a large chapter and haven't got room in the house- maybe. Bald-head Davis was out in the garage playing "turn on the heatf' hoping the garage would burn up, for that is the only thing around Elliston and Louise that this illmuinating frater- nity hasn't collected insurance on in the last year. The best thing that Peek-a-Boo and Hyde-and-Seek, the de- tectives, placed on this job to find out what the Lambda Chis have done besides stay in school this last year, could find out after weeks of investigating is that they have one man that has done something. Don Cram, basketball captain-Don Cram, tennis champion-Don Cram, the Amarillo admirer-Don Cram, the Lambda Chi Fraternity. The disinfectives also discovered George Dominick in a large bus on his way to Alabama to croon to the lovely high school girls. He hasn't made so much time so he is working hard to go to Europe. The maidens across the water are crazy about glasses and maybe Georgie will warble sweetly to some of them. The greatest mystery in the history of the firm of Peek-a-Boo and Hyde-and-Seek will always be: What happened to members of Lambda Chi Alpha-1929-1930. 166 '7 Yi , , ' Qyllt 1111 Ht Ha-Q-ig IFIIIE QQIMMUIQIQIPIIE, 11939 ll ll GMU! K H El 1111 1111 1113-S Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity Founded at N Colors: Blue and Gold E5111lzlif.vlzr'a'.' I929 JACOB GELBERMAN . . . FRANK SEYMOUR VVISE MAURICE DAVIS . . . ISADORE R. SCHULMAN . A1315 DAVIS. . . ABE Comzxswm' . HARRY HURlA'I'l'Z . . MORT'IMER EHRMIIN . . RIIUBEN KOMISAR . . ew York University, Clam of IQQU Clrzxs' of IQQI Claxs of 1932 Class of IQ33 FRATER IN URBE PHILIP lN1ETRlC MARKLE February, I 913. .-Ycliqze Chaptcfs Sixteen ,'1fllIIl7li Clubs: Five . . . Mobile, Ala Nashville, Tenn Nashville, Tenn Nashville, Tenn Nashville, Tenn . . Antioch, Tenn . . Atlanta, Ga. Adarhurst, N. Y. Nashville, Tenn. 1 67 will :nfs i ,J CI Inc IIIEQS THE QUMMUDUJRJE, 11930 EEE! , FH! "H ' f XII! 1111 2115332 ALPHA EPSILON P1 Back Row-Doyue, A. Davis, Komisixr, M. Davis. Front Row-Corensweet, WVise, Eh1'ma.n, Schulman. 168 Qin: :nf Gx rag me DUKE .THE QOMMODOIRE, IOSO QED! 1111 H111 IUC inf Ill Xlf 1 , Top Row-McConnicO, Hickey, Pa1'keI', Butler, Caldwell, Coffey, Connor. Center Row-McGugin, XVe1ls, Rowell, Geigur. Bogard, Davis. Front ROW-Bates, Pike, Gilbert, Keeblo, Hudson, Shaver, Rogers. Phi Delta Phi CLegal Fraternityj MALONEJS INN MalOne's Inn of Phi Delta Phi was established at Vanderbilt University, May I4., IQO7. Eligibility for membership is based On Scholarship, interest in the study Of and the Specific intent of practicing law. DAVID M. KEEBLE . LAVVSON DAVIS - CHARLES RUFUS I'1ICKEY K. T. MCCONNICO B. A. ,ROGERS C. C. GILBERT S. Y. CALDWELL FRATRES IN FACU LTATE H. B. SCHERNIERHORN E. T. SEAY FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE SHAVER . . . . R. VV. BOOARD JOHN BATES FINLEY lVIC'lLWAINE GEORGE PIKE JOE V. WILLIAMS VVILLIAM D. SPEARS JOHN SNOWDEN WARNER J. GEIOER JOHN H. CONNOR HORACE WELLS BENJAMIN F. PARKER . . . . President . . . . Srcrelary Treasurer OVERTON BUTLER CHARLES HUDSON DAN E. MCGUGIN, IR. SHELBY COFFEY l'lENDRIX ROWELL MH! Ill I 69 . ggw In. ini? 114 Ht 11 THE CUMM mi, 1930 i i t , . .vt ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA Front Row-Knickerbocker, Weilole, Murphey. Hill, Newton. Kirkpatrick, Gullom, Blaclcburn. Second Row-Gardiier, Hacker, Poole, Clark, Priest, Davis, Blount, Dawson. Third Row-Taylor. Turley, Lucas, A. Meyer. Adams, Spearman, J. Meyer. Fourth Row-Moffett, Cleveland, Farr-is. Moseley, Judd. Vaughan, Kleckner. Fifth Row-VV'ilson, Mitchell, Latimer, Fleming, Meredith, Blake, McNeill. Sixth Row-Harper, Strayhorn, Vifilliams, Hathcock, Howse. Houston. Bruton, Bowman. Dula, Daniels I DHI DHI IH 1 WW wif QV M mx Z2-1 le. .Q w Q swffffif AGN V Za fx AZN ,f A47 if 3 V 'Q ,, ssaxrmg ' , - K, , x K.-pimsffam .s ,Q Qftrftmzs N, was fenwf wg 1 , Q4 ,saggy .aawilfif may 4 . ,cg X' WW W Xf llel fx? lj I W 1 X 4, I 4 gg' if 7 f vi A Q Q 4 , 4 , M t , f 2 X, , Q , t ,Y 'I' X " e fi X A 5, fy 5,..f,5lf,ff-F, tffhf, ,I-V, 5,1 'A M' 5, 6 A, . . -y,,,,w,,e,w4., fl 1 ffiwi -w?f'lf2s9Q' 170 Gif? - 'Km MH! 1111 1 V 4 111' DEERE? Q1 5.9 THE COMMODORE, IIOSO LHR: 1 :III IRI J 43 55 Im Im A139 Alpha Kappa Kappa CI-II CHAPTER Estczblishrd al Vazzdrrbiltq, 1902 Founded 1888 by Dixi Crosby II at Dartmouth College ' Colors: Green and VVhite ' Number of Chajnlcrsr Fifty-Six Publimlzom "The CentauI"' FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Class of IQ30 ROBERT DOZIER ROGERS HILL DAVID R. MURPHEY ALLEN B. RAMSAX J. M. ESTES C'LIARI..ES I.. fC'RK"ATRICK W. P. BLACKBURN HALE CULLOM WILLIAM FARMER B. A. KNICKERBOCKER J. O. NEWTON JOHN WEIBEL ' Class of IQ3I THEODORE L. ADAMS JAMES DAWSON EARL T. MOORE KNOX SPEARMAN J. A. MAYER GUERNEY CLARKE V. H. GRIFFIN EVERETT POOLE FRED C. TURLEY J. M..MAYER JAKE DAVIS JOHN HOCKER PERRY PRIEST J. D. YARBROUGH Class of 1932 HERBERT BLAKE C. L. GARDNER R. L. LUCAS R. A. MOSLEY HUNT CLEVELAND OGLE JONES JOHN MEREDITH J. G. MCNEIL FRED M. DULA GLENN B. JUDD R. JORDAN MITCHELL C. C. TRABUE W. B. FARRIS M. L. LATIMER A. S. MOEEETT W. O. VAUGHN VV. L. FLEMING CMU Cf 1933 HARWELL J. VVILSON RANKIN C. BLOUNT' R. A. DANIELS, JR. THOMAS A. HATPICOCK JOE M. STRAYHORN ROBERT BOWMAN HENRY Y. HARPER G. A. HAXVES JAMES A. TAYLOR OGDEN C. BRUTON HOUGI-I L. HOUSTON ORRIN F. KLECKNER ROBERT H. WILLIAMS H. K. ALEXANDER DR. DR. A. L. BARDILL DR. G. H. BERRYHILL DR. R. VV. BILLINGTON DR. E. L. BISHOP MR. T. M. BOULWARE DR. H. G. BRADLEY DR. JAMES BREW DR. PERRY BROMBERG CHARLES BROWER DR. DR. J. L. BRYAN FRATRES IN URBE VV. O. FLOYD J. F. GALLAGHER J. P. GILBERT W. D. HAGGARD J. W. HANDLEY M. M. CULLOM VVILLIAM HARDY R. N. HERBERT G. M. HOLCOMB ALBERTO HUDSON HOLLIS JOHNSON BUIST LITTERER W. B. LITTERER GUY MANNASS LESLIE NOEL D. R. NEIL ROY NEVVMAN S. F. PERKINS R. H. PERRY D. R. PICKENS T. G. POLLARD W. D. I. ROCKORD O N. BRYAN DR. R. L. JONES DR E. L. RIPPY ROBERT CALDWELL DR. J. P. KELLER DR. E. M. SAUNDERS SAM C. COWAN DR. E. G. KELLEY DR. G. P. SANDERSON C M. COWDEN DR. L. M. LANIER DR. G. C. SAVAGE C B. CRITIENDEN DR. J. M. LEE DR. A. L. SHARBER T VV. DAVIS DR. G. R. LONG DR. N. S. SHOFNER HENRY DOUGLAS DR. R. K. LANDIS DR. D. C. SEWARD R S. DUKE DR. J. H. LASSITER DR. CHARLES N. SMITH W. F. FESSEY DR. J. H. LITTERER DR. W. D. SUGG FRATRES IN FACULTATE R. WALLACE BILLINGTON DR. WILLIAM LITTERER PERRY BROMBERG DR. DAVID R. PICKENS ROBERT CALDWELL DR. R. L. JONES SAM C. COWAN DR. FRANK H. LUTON MARVIN MCT. CULLOM DR. HOLLIS E. JOHNSON WILLIAM D. HAGGARD DR. GUY M. MANESS OVAL N. BRYAN DR. RICHARD H. PERRY HOLLAND M. TIGERT DR. NATHANIEL S. SI-IOENER EUGENE L. BISHOP DR. C. EUGENE VVOODRUFF JOSEPH F. GALLAGPIER DR. J. L. BRYAN DR. E. C. DRASH Qfgililll 171 J I ' DR. J. G. SUTTON A. D. THACK DR. DR. MILTON THARP DR. J. R. THOMPSN DR. H. M. TIGERT DR. W. H. TRIMBLE R. O. TUCKER DR. DR. H. G. TUCKER A. E. VANNESS . E. J. WARNER . S. J. WILKINSON DR. W. W. WILKERSON, JR M. C. VVILSON DR. DR DR DR. DR. J. A. VVITHERSPOON DR. HILLIARD WOOD DR. DR. C. E. WOODRUEE R. E. WYATI' DR. T. B. ZEREOSS DR. HENRY HUNT RAPHAEL S. DUKE W. O. FLOYD R. N. HERBERT DOUGLAS SEWARD WM. D. STRAYI-IORN, JR. WILLIAM H. TRIMBLE ALLEN E. VANNESS ROBERT JAY WARNER W. W. WILKERSON, JR. THOMAS B. ZERFOSS Hfllngg THE QUMMQDUMJ, logo HK IH! :Hx 1 gl I 1114 i111 1 wif? PHI C1-11 A Top ROW-Jolie. Adams, Carter, Salter, Upchurch, Sandusky. Second Row-I-Iolman, Kyle, Tirrill. McSWain, Holland, Sharp, Ellison. Third Row-Wilsoix, Finney, Austin, Brown, Elliott. Kinser, Bones. Fourth Ro-w-Sieberly, Hewos, Johnson, Corlett, Carney, Linder. Bottom Row-Boykin, Mason, Kirtley, Sheely, I-Ia.1'1'is, Simpson, Bayer. .:11f,- ' " .4 I ' 1, I J? 1'j,, cfx f 45" J wig pv- 2"' f.., S ' me nf ln! ini In TTIBIIE COMMODORE, TORO Elgin: DHI Im IW Q Im Im 2113323 Phi Chi fM6diCHl F1'ZltCl'llit-YD Founded :It University Of Vermont, 1889. Colors: Pale Green and WVhite 1?l0'LUI'l'.' Lily-Of-the-Valley Illallos 'LPhthzIIIOmen ChI'aiSmein" .Jdi-111' Cffaplfra' Fifty-Six VV. A. BRYAN LUCIUS E. BURCIAI R. S. CUNNINGIIAM DUNCAN EVE OWEN H. 'NA7ILSON W. C. DIKON DUNCAN EVE, JR. VVILLIAM M. MCCABE ROBERT E. SULLIVAN JACK VVITI-IERSPOON C. F. ANDERSON JOHN C. BURCH HOWARD KING C. C. MCCLURE J. B. ADAMS C. G. BRINGLE R. M. FINKS J. T. GEIGER W. E. BONES J. R. BROWN JACK CHESNEY DAN GERMAN T. R. AUSTIN T. S. CARTER J. F. CASON R. G. ELLIOTT PI CHAPTER Eslablisfmd 1905 FRATRES IN FACULTATE T. D. IVICIQINNEY JOI-IN OVERTON VVILLIAM C. BILBRO R. R. BROVVN GEORGE K. CARPENTER MURRAY B. DAVIS F. B. DUNKLIN L. VV. EDWARDS P. G. MORRISSEY BELO STONE AUSTIN H. BELL H. C. STEWART JERE W. CALDWELL VV. J. CORE CARL R. CRUTCI-IFIELD ROBERT VV. CTRIZZARD SEALE HARRIS VV. VV. HUBBARD TI-IEODORE MORFORD BEN H. NICIIOLSON JAMES C. OVERALL COBB PILCIIER S. T. ROSS AMIE SIKES H. S. ANDREWS J. VV. BEARD J. S. CRUTCI-IER J. M. HARDX' Clays of A. C. HEWES J. L. LIOLLAND H. H JENKINS H. H. KLINGLER 1929 C. L. KYLE R. M. LARSEN H. B. MCSWAXIN NV. V. NEVVMAN Class of IQ30 T. L. HARRIS R. L. HOLMAN J. A. KIRTLEY' T. C RICE P. VV. SANGER E. E. SHEELY P. M. SIIERRILL VV. O. TIRRILL Clam 0141931 T. F. HUEY C. D. JOHNSON PRENTICE KINSER H. M. C. LINDER E. K. PROVOST B. H. ROBBINS H. P. SALIER W. R. SANDUSKY Clam of IQ32 J. M. SAUNDERS J. L. SI-IAVV V. C. TEMPLE R. J. VVILLIAMS C. J. THUSS F. J. VVEDDELL J. E. WILSON H. A. SAUBERLI J. C. SHARPE J. VV. SIMPSON D. S. BAYER H. M. CARNEY E. T. ELLISON J. T. MASON J. T. BOYKIN M. B. CORLETTE J. O. FINNEY S. E. UPCI-IURCH C. H. BROWN W. D. VVILSON FRATRES IN URBE LIUGH BARR T. O. MENESS . VV. B. ROUNTREE J. VV. ALFORD R. B. BURRUS H. M. MERCHANT . S. R. TKEACIIOUT W. L. IQIRBY S. S. BRIGGS 173 Dumlfll Ing-V7 ' I A Inq 11139 1-"T 1-D UIQ.. S' .1969 THJE COM Q-:MEI 2 1 r MUDQCQUPNE, woo o Y T, I ' j ul 1 L Ugg 15 Q GJ U 11 K C? A PHI BETA P1 Bottom Row-Hughes, Gibbs, Kiscr, Sway, Magruder J. Smith, Parsons Thompson L Slmth Schus ler, Tanksley. Second Row-ABerardineIIi, Moore, Leiby, Claiborne, NVi11:inson, Knox Third Row-Lavelnder, O'Nea.1, P. H. Hughes. Salmon, DeYoung. Putnam Fourth Row-Garnett, Brown, Lowry, Gorett, Stumbo, Sloan, Harms Top Row-Cope, Harold, Groves, Buddinger, Evans, Sewell, Peal. ,vw 1' N , 4 ' ww, ,rsffffwk - gm? ' X 3 M 'Z new f Egwfffs of 2: f QAxf'ZfwP.raf,, ,f ' wx ,G ffwivv-'VS2f'N'J ff ,Q .,,. 5-,:,7.1R.,f f - '-:wG7gg,r-:'::f' Z ' ' N.. ' 'vw Jax 52 Tir, V . - . i-i::.'1-,f-.:1fm.::,!-: ,. ., , 4 XY. ' f ff W , 1 .jf 4 3 QMNJJA 0 52. x X X ,Q J w QR Q A Q ma - Y of 'W ,AV 1 , :O xr, 2 ,f X A., , fx X mi r P Q?" B f X f ! A, My V . N , ., ,, . 5 if 4 f X Q 5 f f f f s . xx X s f f A if 1 Q , QS? f il v ' v Q fix .V v K rw N ' 51 ff f N4 4 anis 0, s ms f V X 0 wx W N77 it 'A 4352 f 5 ,M f 'Q X ,J L ,,.4 , '.:,.,fJ,w4-ms.. -7. :JI 'an , '- vw," 'f W? fx x 174- 112111 , R nc-Lani GDN 'iw GJ 153 THE GOMMOOORE, IOSO Q-MH: 1111 lui F . lg -N 1114 1111 naar G24'Qj,, i9?l9 Phi Beta Pi fMedical Fraternityj Founded at University Of Pittizburgh, 1892. Colors: Emerald Green and VVhite Flofwcr: VVhite Chrysanthemum ' Pzzblirationx' Quarterly of the Phi Beta Pi Medical Fraternity J. L. ALLOWAY BARNEY BROOKS H. VV. BROWN GLENN CULLEN VV. A. DEMONBREUN L. D. BENNETT M. CHAPMAN J. XN. J. KISER F. O. ALEXANDER S. D. BERARDINELLI J. L. BRAY J. VV. CLAIBORNE E. M. DEYOUNG E. E. EVANS JOHN BUDDING S. F. COPE G. W. GARNETT L. M. GARNETT G. M. GROVES J. L. ALLOWAY J. J. ASHBY BARNEY BROOKS W. VV. CHRISMAN E. H. BARKSDALE DEWEY FOSTER T. P. HALL J. B. YOUMANS EUGENE ORR H. WV. BROWN fl' .-I dim' Chajal1r1'.v.' Forty-fou r RI-IO CHAPTER FRATRES IN FACULTATE R. C. DERIVAUX H. C. GAYDEN C. M. HAMILTON P. D. LAMSON FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of IQ30 R. H. MAGRUDER E. H. PARSONS H. L. SEAY Class of 1931 VV. E. JOHNSTON VV. P. KNOX Class 0161932 J. W. GIBBS F. A. HUGHES P. R. HUGI'1ES Class of 1933 H. L. HARRELL O. W. HARRIS E. C. LOWRY G. H. PUTNAM T. L. PEELE G. D. SCHUESSLER FRATRES IN URBE GLENN CULLEN W. A. DEMONBREUN R. C. DERIVAUX A. L. ERWIN D. VV. SMITH F. O. PEARSON R. E. ROBERTS H. C. GAYDEN H. C. CTUERIN C. M. HAMILTON 175 M. S. LEWIS EUGENE ORR J. C. PENNINGTON J. B. YOUMANS H. VV. BROWN J. S. SMITH L. M. SMITH E. I. THOMPSON G. M. LEIEY F. A. MOORE J. D. VVILKISON H. C. LAVENDER B. H. OlNEAL J. L. SALMON F. K. SEVVELL W. S. SLOAN J. A. STUMBO W. H. TANKSLEY' W. E. WILRINS M. S. LEWIS J. C. HANCOCK C. M. MILLER J. C. PENNINGTON A. W. RUCKER J. T. WATKINS T. A. VVHITFIELD DEVVITI' NEIGHBORS J. F. MCMURRAX' R. R. CROWE Miglia 1111 l 1114 :BED ,U S . THE QOMIRIOIOOIRE, IOAO HI' IH! :THF ' Mgt' g lglf IH! Inf CU?" qw? QJq.. L9 T019 Row-Rankin, Brown. Halloran, I-Iart-is, Altheimer, Trabue. Bottom Row-Morehead, Overall, Nolen, Parsons. Roden. A 9 A I 0 GIIIEHS PIIIIEIQHOIIIIOEIIIQ Qomlncull OFFICERS FLORA RANKIN, E K ..... .... ..... . P resident MARX' MOREHEAD, K A 9 .... . , If'ice-President SARA NOLEN, A A A ..... . . . . Secretary . . 1'l'l'll.S'llI'l'7' DOROTHY OVERALL, A O II . . . MER4BERS Kappa 17111011 Thfia Sigma Kajnjm MARY MOREI-IEAD FLORA RANKIN ROSA PARSONS MARTHA HALLORTXN ' Drlta Dflla Dflm Aljwlza Omicrorz Pi SARA NOLEN DOROTHY OVERALL ALICE TRABUE MARTHA RODEN flljzha Epsilon Plzi Gamma Phi Bela CARAOLYN I'IARRIS ELEANOR BROWN ' LOUISE ALTHEIMER CHARLOTTE CALDVVELL 176 Qfifnc 1111 ,1 51 A 1111 NURS rrr, is GJ1Q5.' 99 IQQTQJ :II Gm THE COMMODORE, IOAO 111 1111 3114 A li l, A 1111 IRI 111 ,Y . A Kappa Alpha Theta Founded at Ashbury Know DeP:1uwl University, January 27, 1870. Colors: Black and Gold Flofwrr: Black and Gold Pansy ALPHA ETA CHAPTER Establiflzcd January, 19051 SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1930 ANNE BROWN, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn. EMMA E. GREENE, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. REBECCA CLAIBORNE, B,A. . Nashville, Tenn. MARY MOREHEAD, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. DOROTHY CULEERT, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. MARX' PADGEIT, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. MARTHA FOSTER, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. CORA THOMAS, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn. M. GERHARDT, B.A. . Murfreesboro, Tenn. Miss. ANNA VVHITE, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn. OLIVIA VVEAVER, B.A. . . . Tupelo, Class of IQ3I HORTENSE AMBROSE, B.A. . CATHERINE CRAIG, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. . . Chicago, Ill. MIRIAM l'lIPPLE, B.A. . . Hutchinson, Kan MARION HUBBELL, B.A. .... Illyria, O LORA DEVAULT, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. MARTHA NILES, B.A. . . Union City, Tenn MARY DOUD, B.A. ..... Oneonta, Ala. MARY O,BRIEN, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn ADELAIDE DOUGLAS, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. MARGARET OyCONNOR,B.A..NaSl'1VillC, Tenn ELLA LOUISE DRUM, B.A. . . Chicago, Ill. ROSA PARSONS, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn FRANCES ARMISTEAD, B.A. . ROSA BROCKMAN, B.A. . GRACE DANIELS, B.A. . . ANNE DILLON, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn. . Soo Chow, China Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Class of IQ32 MARGARET HUGPIES, B.A. . Class of 1933 MARTHA POPE, B.A. . Fort Lauderdale, Fla. FREDA DONNEI,L, B.A. . W. MARY ANNE POWELL, B.A. lVlAR'l'HA BASKET'l'l'5, B.A. . Palm Beach, Fla Jacksonville, Fla . . Dallas, Tex Nashville, 177 EMU! 111: Cars . :Drag fill villa-in mv 19.9 Tenn QE THE QOMMQDUJRJE, logo 111 1111 1111 F va g al N :Ut 1111 gn GJ? 5 wif' Q19 U 0 1 5 Top Row-Brown, O'B1'yan, Douglas, Daniel, Niles, Donnell. Second Row-Parsons, Padgett, Baskette, Brockman, Dillon, Armisteacl. Third Row-Thomas, Pope, O'Com1or, Hughes, VVea,Ve1', Doud. Fourth Row-Culbert, Hipple, Hubbell, Claiborne, Gerhardt. Foster. Bottom Row-Drurmn, Powell, DeVault, Morehead, Xvhite, Craig. 178 Ja to THE COMMODORE, TORO 11 1111- 1111 C ac I I4 Kappa Alpha Theta ALPHA ETA CHAPTER-CO1'lfi7'l1A6Cl'. HELEN ALLEN AGNES AMIS MRS. E. C. ARMISTEAD JOSEPHINE CLIFF ELIZABETH BROOKS MRS. UPSHAW BUCKNER MRS. JOE BURNS, JR. NANCY CASTNER MRS. F. I. CHERRY CATHERINE CLARK ELIZABETH COOKE REBECCA COOKE SORORES IN URRE MRS. ROBERT COONEY MARY LOUISE CRAWFORD MARTHA CROCKETT MRS. R. C. CRUMEAUGH MRS. GEDDES DOUGLAS EVELYN DUNCAN MRS. HOVVARD EASLEY MILDRED FINNEGAN ELISE HANDLEY MRS. WALTON PIUBBARD MRS. HOVYVARIJ HUBBEL LOUISE PIERON MRS. EARNEST L. HOWE ISABEL HOWELL VIRGINIA JONES DOROTHY KIRK CAROLINE LITTLE MRS. ROBERT D. LYNE FRANCIS MCLESTER HELEN MOORE MRS. CHARLES MOSS MRS. O. G. NELSON EVELYN NORTON SOPHIE PARSONS 114 1114 11135 MRS. CARR PAYNE AURELIA POTTS MRS. CHARLES S. POWELL ELIZABETH POWELL MRS. G. A. PURYEAR, JR. RUTH REED LINDA RHEA MRS. BOE RIVES MRS. 'THOMAS SCHLATER MRS. CECIL SIMS EUNICE SLEMONS MARGARET SLEMONS MARIA SLEMONS MRS. THOMAS STATTLER MRS. ALEC STEVENSON MILDRED STOVES MRS. ALBERT STOCKELL ISLATE TILLET MRS. VV. O. TIRRILL, JR MATILDA TREANOR MRS. H. E. TRIMELE STELLA K. VAUCHN STELLA SCOTT VAUCHN MRS. E. J. VVALSCH ALINE VVEBB MRS. DWIGHT VVEBB EXINE WEBB MRS. MANIER WEST MRS. MATT WIGGINTON MRS. TOM WIGGINGTON ELIZABETH WILLIAMS FRANCES WILLIAMS MRS. E. E. WILSON CHARLOTTE WARD LOUISE YOUNG IIIQ :HKS MH! 1111 179 ' Y THE COMMODORE, ww 7 Y, III 1111 1111 'ag 1111 1111 IU Ann. .3 var . av Top Row-M, E. Vvashington. Bransford, Keller, Fletcher. Dyer, Crawford. Second Row-McCask-ill, Gaither, Lyon, Hutchison, Phelps. Third Row-Pierce, Keller, Lambeth, Smith, Leathers, M, G. XVzxshingt,0n, Fourth Row-Speas, Cate, Childers, King, McKinley. Fifth Row-Vlfeaver, Trzlbue, Yarbrough, Lipscomb. Rees, Clements. Bottom Row-Nolen, Cliisnian, Gracey, Hall, Bender. 180 Em lm wr Nw :nf ing? w ks if W THE QDMMODORE, leao ng Im IHI Gfjgrxi stxriig IUI IHI 111 Cn we Delta Delta Delta Founded at Boston University, Thanksgiving Eve, I888. Colors: Silver, Gold, Blue Flofwer: Pansy Aciifve Chajztmw Sixty-three .4l1LlIZ7li Chajzlars: Sixty-eight DELTA GAMMA CHAPTER Eslablirhm' Sfplrnzbrz' 16, 1911 SORORES IN UNlVERSl1'IxTl3 LENORE l'lU'I'CHINSON, M.A. . Albany, N. Y. OLIVE M. FLETCHER, B.A. . New Orleans, La. MARY V. GAITHER, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. ANNIE M. GRACEY, B.A. . Franklin, Tenn. REBECCA l'lALL, B.A. . .Nashville-:, Class of1930 Tenn. EMMA XIARBROUGH, B.A. . FRANCES MCKINLEY, M.A. . Nashville, Tenn. M. BRANSFORD, B.A. . . Union City, ADA ICHILDERS, B.A. , . . Nashville MARGARET CHISMAN, B.A. . Memphis MARY E. KELLER, B.A. . . Nashville, LUCY D. LEATHERS, B.A. . Nashville, MARTHA S. FRANCES CLEMENTS, B.A. . Nashville MARGARET KELLER, B.A. . Nashville, SARA LIPSCOMB, B,A. . . Fayetteville ELWYN SUSAN LYON, B.A. . Nashville I I Class of IQQI Tenn. MARGARET MINNIS, B.A. Tenn. NANCY H. PIERCE, B.A. . Tenn. BL.-XNCHE L. SMITH, B.A. Tenn. ALICE B. TRABUE, B.A. . Tenn. LYDIA VVALKER, B.A. . . VVEAVER , . . Nashville, Tenn. Class of 193.2 Tenn. SARAI-I I. MCCASRILL, B.A. Tenn. MARY AN PI-IELPS, B.A. . Tenn. MARTHA E. VVASHINGTON , Tenn. M. G. VVASHINGTON, B.A. BEVERLY CATE, B.A. . . .Amarillo, Tex. Class of193j EIINA FAIRBANKS, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn lVlARTI-IA LAMBETH, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn SARA H. NOLEN, B.A. . . Franklin, Tenn IQATHERINE REES, B.A. . Fayetteville, Tenn Nashville, Tenn. . Augusta, Ga Huntsville, Ala Nashville, Tenn Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn . Pensacola, Fla. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn Nashville, Tenn. ALICE BENDER, B.A. . . Terre Haute, Ind. MARGARET EARTHMAN, B.A..Murflboro, Ten EMILY CRAWFORD, B.A. . New Orleans, La. DOROTHY SPEAS, B.A. . VVinston-Salem, N.C ALICE TEMPLE DYER, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. ELIZABETH 'TI-IOMAS, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn ELIZABETH VVHALEY, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. 181 Enviar A I LIITWEIRQKQ I wt f , GFQ9 mesa THE COMMODORE, IOSO EXW 1111 lill F , EA 5 nm Im 11 CUBQE rz9'a9 Delta Delta Delta DELTA GAMMA CHAPTER-Continued. PATRONESSES MRS. D. F. C. REEVES MRS. IRBY HUDSON MRS. LESLIE CHEEK MRS. WALTER CLYDE CURRY MRS. R. W. BILLINGTON MRS. J. T. MCGILL MRS. BARNEY BROOKS MRS. R. B. STEELE MRS. S. S. CROCKETT MRS. JOHN DANIEL MRS. ELIOT ADAMS FRANCES VVYNNES ADAMS MRS. ROBERT L. ALEXANDER MRS. A. B. BENEDICT MRS. LEONARD BELT VIRGINIA BAGLEY MRS. ROBERT BAKER EMILY BULLA MRS. CHARLES G. BLACKARD ANNE ELIZABETH BATTLE MRS. T. VV. CRUTCHER MARY MEL CLEMENTS ELLEN R. CALDWELL MRS. BRAINARD CHENEY MRS. JOHN R. CROSS ELIZABETH DAVIS MRS. PAUL DERRYBERRY MRS. BYRD DOUGLAS MRS. GUS DYER JOSEPHINE DYER MARY DICKEY KRUMHULD DODSON ESTHER FLEMING MRS. BEN FOWLER ELEANOR HALL MRS. PHIL HARDING MRS. H. E. HASTY SORORES IN LTRBE MRS. CHARLES HARRISON SARAH HOLMES MRS. MAXEY JARMAN RUTH JOY CAROLINE LEAVELL MRS. VV. S. LEATHERS GERTRUDE LEWIS MRS. HAROLD LOWE MRS. HOLLAND MCTYIERE MRS. SMILEY MORRELL EVELYN MILLER MARY D. MOORE MRS. T. K. MOORE EUGENIA MOSELEY MRS. R. H. MASON ELISE MOORE MRS. TOM POINTER MRS. JUSTIN POTTER LILLA PROVOST CHRISTINE PROVINE MRS. VV. D. PHILLIPS MRS. HENRY CEOODPASTURE MRS. BATTLE RODES MRS. TOM SHRIVER ELLENE RANSON STELLA RICH MAURICE RICH 182 CORINNE RICH MRS. WARREN RUCKER MRS. HARRY STICKLEY MRS. MALCOLM VVILLIAMS RUTH SNEED JANE DAVIS SMITH ELIZABETH SMITH MRS. JULIAN SCRUGGS. MRS. J. H. TIDMAN MRS. GEORGE TRABUE ELLEN VVALLACE MRS. ROBERT VVHITE MRS. WM. E. WARD, JR. MRS. J. H. VVHITSON ANITA VVILLIAMS MRS. A. VV. VVILSON MRS. J. F. VVALDRUM DR. KATE SAVAGE ZERFOSS MRS. VVILBURN CRUTCHER MARY HARRIS COCKRILL ELIZABETH FAW LOUISE GOODLOE SARAH HARDOASTLE MRS. F. E. GRASIY MRS. CHARLES FOWLER MRS. M. E. WARD MRS. CHARLES HARDCASTLE ml!! .1111 If A B PIU DEED h THE COMMODORE, Ima I :Ht :HI 111 Qi?-IZII Inc Im I 7 GFE QSN Alpha 0miiC1rOn Pi Founded at Columbia, 1897. Colqrx: Cardinal and VVhite .F!0'LUL'f.' Iacqueminot Rose KATHLEEN BOYIJ . . FRANCES CARTER . . MILDRED CISCO . . FRANCES EVVIN-G . . MARGARET FRASER . . . ELIZABETH FRAZIER . . . . JESSIE CATHERINE GARNET . FLORENCE HAS'ES .. . . . DOROTHY OVERALL . . . MARGARET B. RAVVLS . . . MARY OLIVIA RUTLEDGE . . ELIZABETH LOUISE VVENNINC ARLENE BAIRD . -. . LORRAINE BEASLEY . . ANN CAMPBELL . . LAURA DISMURES . . MARY EASTES . . . . FRANCES HARRIS . . . MARION DUDLEY HILL . . MARGARET JACKSON . . . . IVIARTI-IA LOUISE RODEN . . MARINTHIA SAVLY . . . FRANCES VVEISE . . . EVA JEAN VVRATHER . . MINNIE HAYES . . . . JOSEPHINE MCKELVEX' . . CONSTANCE ORIVIE . . . MAY RAWLS . . . MARGARET CHAPPELL . . ODELE DUDNEY . , . KATHERINE DUDNEY . . LUCY GREEK . . . . SUE LANIER . . . . , EFFIE MAIDEN . .... . HELEN LOUISE SOUTHARD . . MARGARET VVHITEMAN . . NU OMICRON CHAPTER Established ,flpril 27, 1917 SOROR ES IN NIVERSITATE Class of 1930 Class of193I Class of IQj'2 Class of1933 . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. Birmingham, Ala. . Nashville, Tenn. , Huntsville, Ala. . Nashville, Tenn. . . . . Uno, Va. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. Dyersburg, Tenn. Centerville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . . Florence, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. . . Mayville, Ky. , , South Pittsburg, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Wartrace, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. Birmingham, Ala. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Madison, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . . Cleveland, O. . Nashville, Tenn. GMU! IH! 1 83 If A , , as H' H THE CUMMQDQJRJE, ww Q Wei 599 1Z5'?l9' Cigflll 1111 1111 F l l I 1111 1114 111 Top Row-Margaret Rawls, F. Hayes, Eastes, Lanier. Overall, Yvenning. Second Row-Rutledge. Southerd, Wliitcmaii. Hill, Cisco, Dismukes. Center Row-Carter, Beaseley, Frazier, Ewing, Boyd. Orme. Fourth Row-May Rawls, Maiden, Chappell. Wx'atl1e1', Mclielvey, VVeisc. Bottom Row-Jackson, M. Hayes, Roden, Greer. I 84 Him A 7 ' mimi mi THE COMMODORE, IIOSO 11 1111 1111 I - -ul IHC Im 11 ,A .1 Q .TK Alpha OTIIIIIZCIEORII Pi NU OMICRON CHAPTER-Continued. SORORES IN UREE MRS CORRINNE ANDERSON MARY B. ALLISON MRS. FERRIS BAILEY MRS. JOHN BARTON NANCY BASKERVILLE JANE BEASLEY MRS. NORMAN BOYD MARTHA BOYLIN DORO'1'HY BRAMWELL MRS. JAMES BURKE ROBERTA LIGHTEOOT MRS. DAVID MCCULLOUGH FRANCES MCKEE GRACE MCVEIGI-I MRS, TKHGMAS BURNS MRS. D. C. CAEEEN MRS. H. M. CALDWELL MRS. DOAK COINHALL MRS. TI-IOMAS CARTER MRS. D. G. FAULKNER MRS. VV. VV. FORD MRS. JOE GOOD ELEANOR GRAHAM JOSEPHINE HAWKINS MRS. ALFRED D. HULL, MRS. C. B. TTEARN MRS. JAMES HUDSON FRANCES JENKINS MRS. JOE JENNINGS PIELEN KERSLEH' MRS. L. CIOODPASTURE MAY KING MRS. MORGAN GORDON MRS. JOHN MRS. FRANK OWSLEY MRS. VVALTER ROUNDTREE MRS. J. R. SHACKLEFORD ROBERT SHOFFNER S. LAWRENCE LUCY REID MCM URRY VIRGINIA MARTIN MRS. TRAVIS MARTIN MRS. THEODORE MOREORD LUCILLE MORGAN MRS. L. A. NEWMAN MARY' ELIZABETH SHARP SARA STALEY MRS. BERNARD SPAIN MRS. BELO STONE MRS. VV. J. TICHENOR LURA TEMPLE MRS. LUTIRELL THOMAS MARY THOMPSON DAISY MARIE TUCKER FLORENCE TYLER MRS. TOM WALKER MARX' VVEISE MIQS. CURRY VVI-IITE PATRONESSES MRS. W. A. BEASLEY MRS. GEORGE MAYEIELD MRS. CAYCE MRS. MAX SOUBY MRS. P. D. I'IOUSTON MRS. WEATHEREORD 185 QED: 1111 A I U! A Inf 111353 ,rx .N A GAG 1 Qvu THE CGMMODURE, 119330 HI 1111 1111 lr-S3 59:1 Kg I :Ht Int ln C91Qj,9.9 .931-QD 1 Top Row-De.J'0unette. Dorr, Sweeney, Oman, Beasley. Kroeckel. Second Row-Cram, Graves. Eatherley, Andrews, Bennett, Culbreath. Center Row-Crockett, Lackey, Blackman, Brown. Fourth Row-Neely, Stanfill, Fisher, Montgomery, Drews, Cooper. Bottom Row-Caldwell, Dale, Gibson, Richmond. 186 Hl'illI 'Q : S I N HITSHH-E2 THE COMMODUBE, ISSO gym Z IHI IRI f IG UILN 1111 1111 Inga 0 Gamma Phu Beta Founded at SYFZICLISG University, November 11, IX74.. Colors: Fawn and Seal Brown ,F!0fLUL'1'.' Pink Carnation Aldiwe' Chajzlcrs: Thirty-six JXIIIHIIIICII' C!uIplrv's.' Nineteen ALPHA THETA CHAPTER Foznzdrd Odolzw' 10, 1924 SORORES IN UNIXVERSITATE Class of 1930 LOUISE DORR, M.A. . MO1'gHHfOXX'Il, VV. Va MARTHA EATHERLY, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. ALMA BENNETT, B.A. . ELEANOR BROVVN, B.A. . MARIAN BLACRMAN, B.A. IOSEPHINE COOPER, B.A. ROSA MAE BUTLER, B.A. . REBECCA CULBRETH, B.A. ALMA LOUISE DEWS, B.A. ELIZABETH BEASLEY, B.A. JANE KROECKEL, B.A. . MARY MARY ELLEN MARY BATES E. BROWN COUCH IRENE CUMMINS ANN MATHIS DOYLE CARREMAYE EVANS MARTHA FISHER ELEANOR GUTHRIE NOVICE GRAVES, B.A. . . . Scottsville, Ky lKATI-IERINE ANDREWS, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. CHARLOTTE CALDWELL, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. GLADYS DEJOURNETTE, M.A. . Athens, Ala. . TI-IE1.MA RICPIMAN, B.A. . Cedar Rapids, Ia DORO'I'I'IY' VVATERS, B.S..W. Palm Beach, Fla K. MONTGOMERY, B.A. . . . Sturgis, lVlARGARE'l' OMAN, M.A. . Nashville, Class of 1931 Franklin, Tenn. MARGARET CRAM, B.A. . . Nashville, Nashville, Tenn. MAXRX' CROCKETT, B.A. . . Franklin, . . Moline, Ill. ELIZABETI-I LACKEY, B.A. . Nashville, Nashville, Tenn. EI.,IzABE'I'H NEELX', B.A. , . Franklin, Class of 1932 Providence, Ky. MARY E. DALE, B.A. . . Nashville, Nashville, Tenn. PIELEN FISHER, B.A. . . . Nashville, Nashville, Tenn. JULIA GIBSON, B.A. . . . Nashville, Class of 1933 Nashville, Tenn. MARTHA STANEILI., B.A. . Nashville, Nashville, Tenn. DOROTHY SVVEENEY, B.A. . Nashville, SORORES IN URBE ELISE GIDDENS DORRIS HAWKINS ELEANOR PIAGG.-XRD LILA LIPSCOMB BEULAH MACK LEACH OLIVIA MALONE MARY CECIL MORRISON MRS. HUGH CECIL MARY LOUISE NOOE LUCILLE NEVILLE LOUISA PEERY VALLIE SMITH ELIZABETH STRAYHORN KATHERINE YATES MRS. TURK YOUNG MISS RUTH ABELL MRS. BRUCE GIBSON MRS. J. D. BLANTON MRS E. T. KRUEGER MRS. J. B. MURREY MRS JAMES MORRIS PATRONESSES MRS. E. F. LANGEORD MRS. ROY L. GARIS MRS JAMES HARWELL MRS HENRY: E. MELENEY lVlRS.'JERALD HENDERSON QTZLICDII 187 J 1 MRS XV. B. LEECI-I MRS. HARRY MURREY, MRS. VV. B. JEWELL MRS. LYLE H. LANIER ncimniq Mich Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn JR. THE QUMMODUJMJ, ww , l . N Top Row--Krupitzer, Almorl, Roberts, XVelles, Parsons. Huntley. Second Row-Adams, Anderson, Jenkins, Pressley, Miller. Clark. Center ROKR'-XX7CbGI', Nichols. Garner, Slayden, Futrell. Gallaglmer. Fourth Row-Brent, Buchanan, Alexander, Halloran. Brllhousc, Stevens Bottom Row-Kerr. Lewis, Rankin. 188 ' Bt 1111 1 1, J U1 - Q33 gm ,nf IH H4 1114 1111 1 JS 1 1111 :Hx 111 THE GONINIODOIRE, Ioao C3111 1111 1114 GJ? 1111 1111 Tiling Sigma Kappa Founded at Colby-College, I874.. Colors: Lavender and Maroon Fl0fwcr.' Violet ALPHA RHO CHAPTER Esizzblixlzni .May, 1926 SORORES IN UNlVERSITfXTE FLORA RAYVLS, B.A., M.A. . Hopkinsville, Ky. MARY MORGAN, B.A., M.A. . Nashville, MARY LEWIS, B.A., M.A. . Mui-f'sborO, ELIZABETH FUTRELL, B.A. . Union City ELIZABETH GARNER, B.A. . EMILY ALMON, B.A. . . E. BUCHANAN, B.A. . . ELIZABETH KERR, B.A. . CATHERINE LEWIS, B.A. DOLORES ADAMS, B.A. . Bell Buckle, Clam of 1 Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. 930 LUVERNE HARRIS, M.D. . VVILMA LIUNTLEY, B.A. MARY E. JENKINS, B.A. KA'1'l-IERINE MILLER, B.A. EI,IZAEE'I'H NICHOLS, B.A. MAD-GE SLAYDEN, B.A. . .VVaveI'ly, Tenn. Class of 1931 . Nashville, Tenn. CATHERYN PARSONS, B.A . Nashville, Tenn. FLORA RANKIN, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn. PEARL STEVENS, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. MARGARET VVELLES, B.A. Class of IQ32 . Nashville, Tenn. OLIVIA CLARK, B.A. . . FRANCES ALEXANDER, B.A. . . VVest, Miss. KATHERINE ANDERSON, B.A. . Williamsport HELEN BELLHOUSE, B.A. .... Alto, Ga. MARY BRENT, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn. MRS. C. M. DARDEN MRS. I. M. FARRAR MRS. DALE BEVIN MRS. LEWIS PAYNE AMYE ANDREWS MARTHA HALLORAN, B.A. . . jackson, Ala. . Covington, Va. . Memphis, Tenn. .AucOn, Canal Zone . Nashville, Tenn. . Columbia, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Pensacola, Fla. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. ROWENA LEWIS, B.A. . Murfreesboro, Tenn. HELEN PRESLEY, B.A. . MARY F. ROBERTS, B.A. . Scottsboro, Ala. . Nashville, Tenn. Class of 1933 G. GALLAGHER, BQA. . . Nashville, Tenn. DOROTHY KZRUPITZER, B.A. . . Cleveland, O. ELEANOR VVEBER, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. SORORES IN UREE JIMMIE VADEN LOUISE CROW BILLIE COOKE JOSEPHINE WARREN LUGILE CORNWELL MADDUX SOROR IN FACULTATE LURINE RICI-IARDSON 189 DORIS SLONECKER RUTH PARRISH AGNES TRAVIS VVILMOTI-I DIMMING MRS. HOLDEN EKU! 1111 I Il' C I FH! l THE QUMMUDOJBUE, ww 111 mm. :Hr lf ' -UK 1111 1 r R0 . K H ilu :I Top Row-Weillstein, Rosenberg, I-Iarrisg Cohen. Second Row-Marks, Flatau, Rich, Back. Third Row-Morris, R. Breyer, Altheimer, A. Breyer, Foreman. Bottom Row-Shyer, Lowenstein, Simon. 1 go mim KY QPA minig vw wig 'IIIEIE COMMODORE, IOSO gym 1111 1111 J 1 I Pill 1111 'Y WHA Alpha Epsilon Phil Established Barnzircl College, October 24, IQCQ. Colors: Green and VVhite Flofwwi' Lily-of-the-Valley EVA BLUM, B.A. . . ROSE BREYER, B.A. . . . . CAROLYN HARRIS, B.A. . . HERMINE LOWENSTEIN, B.A., BRINAH BACK, B.A. . CAROL FLATAU, B.A. . FLORENCE COI-IEN, B.A. . . HERMINE RICH, B.A. . . ESTA ROSENBERG, B.A. . . LOUISE ALTHEIMER, B.A. . . DOROTHY MARKS, B.A. . , ANNA SIMON, B.A. . . ROSELLE WEINs'I'EIN . . AMY BREYER, B.A. . . . HAZEL FOREMAN, B.A. . . SYLVIA MORRIS, B.A. . . JOAN SHYER, B.A. . . FRANCES RICH, B.A. . ROSYLN MARTIN HELEN FRANK MARY LEE lViAR'1'IN BERNICE ROTHSTEIN LEVVIS MRS. HENRY TEITLEEAUM MRS. M. I. LUSKY FJ' CI-II CHAPTER Establislzea' 1925 SORORES IN IENIVERSITATE Class of IQ30 Class of 1931 Class of IQ32 Class of IQjs3,' SORORES IN URBE FLORANNE LEVY ROTII ROSE POWERS FELKNER HAzEL SIMON REBECCA JOHNSON HONORARY MEAIBER MRS. LEO SCI-IWARTS PATRON ESSES MRS. MANUEL ESKIND MRS. ALVIN KARNMAN MRS. MORRIS SCI-IWARTZ IQI . . Nashville, . . Nashville, . . Nashville . , Nashville, I . . Nashville, Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn . . . . Macon, Ga , , Spartanburg, S. C . Birmingham, Ala . . . Thomasville, Ga . . Long Island, . . Nashville . . Nashville, . . Nashville, . . Nashville, . . Nashville, , , Spartanburg, . . Nashville, . . Nashville, N. Y Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn S. C' Tenn Tenn MARY JANE LOWENIIEIM DAVIE MAIISON LUCILE ROSENFELD RUTI-I VVIND MRS. DAN MAY MISS EIIIEL LIVINGSTON MMIII 1111 .HI .HQ all ' . THE COMMODORE, IOOO 111 PHI Inf -- .7 ' fi DHI PHI 11133 Top ROW-Prof. Harris, Dr. Mayfield Dr. Johnson, DT. Nr-Gill, Crockett, YVe::t. Center Row-Ca1'teI', Boyd, Rutledge FuhI"1' Bloom. Bottom Row-King, St1'ayho1'n, Butler, Babcock. Phi BGIEOI Kappa ALPHA OF TENNESSEE CHAPTER OFFICERS PROI' A. M. PIARRIS .... . Prnidml DR. JOHN T. MCGILL .. . . Senmuy DR GEORGE R. MAYFIELO . Vice-Prasidfni DR. E. L. JOHNSON . . Treaszuez STUDENT OFFICERS J VAULX CROCKETT . SIDNEY BABCOCK EVA BLUM KATHLEEN BOYD THOMAS BUTLER FRANCES CARTER JOE VAULX CROCKETT . . . . Pr-esidenl OLIN VVEST . . . . Seczetazy FRANCES CARTER ...... Trmszu-er STUDENT IVIEMBERS, IQ3O EH .... ......,.,.. . E ,,...... ' 192 EDNA KING MARY RUTLEDGE JOE M. STRAYHORN OLIN VVEST REGINA FUHRER 1111 112615 GMU! :HI ,S THE COMMODORE? IOAO FMU JIU" U11 ZEQII QKA JH! DHI 111 91736 59,19 19153 Top ROW-Briughurst Simon NVest, TlIOm1'IsOn Fuqua, Zibart. Bottom Row-Sullivan, Mc-Neill, C'a1c'1wC1l, Loweustein, Ireland. Sigma UpSillOIn1 Literary Scofciemiy OLIN VVEST .... ALEX MCNEILL . . JOHN THOMPS W. C. CURRY DONALD DAVIDSON VVILLIAM DISMUKES EDVVARD BRINGHURST SAM Y. CALDWELL THOMAS FUQUA FRANCIS IRELAND LOUIS LOVVENSTEIN ALEX MCNEILL fx kknrfn CALUMET CHAPTER OFFICERS ON... . FRATRES IN FACULTATE GEORGE R. MAYFIELD JOHN C. RANSOM C. M. SARRATT FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE DON PRICE JOHN THOMPSON MILTON SIMON WILLIAM SULLIVAN OLIN VVEST ALAN ZIIIART 193 . . .. Prcsidml . . . Treasurer . Sncreiary H. B. SCHERMERHORN EGBERT OVVENEY -T01-IN D. WADE HOYT M. DOBBS DAVID KEEBLE FDVVARD PARKS ROBERT WEST HITTZFQID ,Qi 'rtlnr COMMUDORE, tooo Q3-will IH! 1111 ill' 6 an :Ht 1111 in e K Top Row-Harris, Dr. Leathers, Donley, Saunders, Murphey. Bottom Row-Buvinger, Hill, Parsons. Alpha Omega Alpha OFFICERS DAVID R. MURPHEY . . . ..... ..... . President ERNEST H. PARSONS . . . ..... Vice-President ROGERS LEE HILL .... . . . . Sec:-ftary-Tmasuwr DR. BARNEY BROOKS . . . . . . Facully Advisor DR. WALLER S. LEATHERS . . . National Commitfeemafz This is a non-secret fourth year medical fraternity into which students are elected on the basis of their scholarship, character and originality. It was organized at the College of Medicine of the University of Illinois in rgoz, and is the only order of the kind in medical schools on this continent. The definite mission of the fraternity is to promote irreproachahle conduct and scholarship, and to encourage the spirit of medical research. 194- Qfgljlt 1111 DHI H139 J. C. CALHOUN THE COMMODORE, IOSO Hi 31117 H IH! A N1 6 4 THQ Inf' Alpha Umegai Alpha RALPH S. BUVINGER SAM L CLARK DOROTHY E. DONLEY R. W. BILLINGTON ANNE BOWIE H. G. BRADLEY BARNEY BROOKS CLINTON BRUSH W. A. BRYAN LUCIUS E. BURCH FRATR ES IN UNIVERSITATE ANNE LUVERNE HARRIS ROGERS LEE HILL KIREY SMITH HOWLETT ERNEST H. PARSONS JOI-IN M. SAUNDERS RALPH M. LARSEN FRATRES IN UREE 7 902 ' IAQAI' C. SIDNEY BURWELL R. S. CUNNINGHAM H. L. DOUGLAS R. C. DERIVAUX DUNCAN EVE, JR. WALTER E. GAREY J. P. GILBERT R. W. GRIZZARD W. D. HAGGARD C. M. HAMILTON A. W. HARRIS T. R. HARRISON EDGAR JONES JOHN HARDY E. W. GOODPASTURE W. A. DEMONBREUN C. E. WOODRUFF B. L. GASPARI ALBERT WEINSTEIN CLIFFORD BLITCH B. M. REGEN R. L. JONES . GEORGE S. JOHNSON W. G. KENNON JOHN L. LAWRENCE W. S. LEATHERS BUIST LITTERER WILLIAM LITTERER J. OWSLEY MANIER T. D. MCKINNEY HUGH L. MORGAN J. C. PENNINGTON D. R. PICKENS J. C. PILCHER R. J. WILKINSON J. A. WITHERSPOON T. B. JERFOSS J. L. ALLOWAY J. J. ASI-ILEY C. L. BISHOP JOSEPH W. BEARD LOUISE ALLEN BEARD W. D. STRAYHORN S. R. TEACHOUT H. E. MELEVEY DAVID R. MURPHEY Ciyllllil T. L. MARTIN JAMES HANCOCK 195 IJ' ' A GQ mini? THE CUMMODORE, LOSO 12:33 311: Tm :nf 1 72 - will ml , - 61 L Top ROW-Campbell, Gordon, Eberling, Miltenberger. Garis. Bottom Rowfl-ludsou, Mathews Cram, Croc-kztt, McNeill. J. VAULX CROCKETT . IRA MATTHEWS . . . . Prof. E. J. EBERLING . RUSSELL CALLEN CLAUD A. CAMPBELL DONALD H. CRAM J. VAULX CROCKETT ROBERT A. CAMPBELL ERNEST J. EBERLING ROY L. GARIS aff AJFLEUIS Club OFFICERS MEBTBERS ROY M. GIBSON CHARLES H. HUDSON RALPH W. JOHNSON IRA MATTHEWS FACULTY MEMBERS C Q fa ,J ,N V lluf s . ly ' K 196 . . . . .. Presidenl . . . . Vice-Prf.virlz'7zt Sedffary-Trea:1z1'm' ALEX MONEIL JOSEPH ROSENBLOOM JOHN C. VVALLSER MORRIS C. GORDON GERALD D. HENDERSON HOWARD MILTENBERGER S4 A . :Ht DTH3 I 7 I THE CCQMMCDCBE, new , .if 1 My 1111 QU: GJQN QQD :Ill 1111 gn Top Row-Hamilton, Hutchison, VVise. Mu1IoWneY. Bottom Row-Dunaway, Green, Bales. Tam Delta 1 OFFICERS JACK PIAMILTON . ...... ..... ..... . P resident ALBERT W. I-IUTCHISON. . . . . . Secretary PENN E. MULLOWNEY . . . Treasurer MEBfIBERS E. H. BALES ALBERT VV. PIUTCHISON ' ROBERT DUNAWAY PENN E. MULLOWNEY JACK HAMILTON FRANK S. WISE H. H. GREEN H. B. SWANEY PROFESSOR W. B. BROWN, Faculty Adfvisor An honorary engineering fraternity based on scholarship and character and correspondingg to the academic society of Phi Beta Kappa. 19.7 Gyn' im i f Tm lui? TIIE QOMMODORE, IOSO 7 A A Gyn! IH! :HI GJQY QKQ 1111 1111 In Top ROW-Hampton. Hutchison, Bales, Braden, Cohen Hopkins. Cent R T 'Ce T I I-I 'lt 11 D hl' d 'd. er ow- YI . uc rr, a.mI OII. Ke y, a Inger, Bra fO1 Bottom ROW-Green, Noel, Lindsay, Dyer, Kilgore, Hendrickson. AIMGTLQHH SOcIiOIt:y Oi? Civil Engineers I. P. HAMILTON . I. R. HENDRIORSON E. H. BALES R. A. BRADEN M. BRADFORD, IR. D. COHEN J. GELBERMAN H. H. GREEN I. P. HAMILTON L. G. HAMPTON A. W. HUTCPIISON H. D. LINDSAY W. B. NOEL I. F. PHELPS I. I. ALBERS B. DUNCAN ROBERT I-I. MCNEILLY STUDENT CHAPTER OFFICERS . . . . President E. H. BALES . . . . . . Ifice-Prmuvident H. D. LINDSAY . . . T. B. TURNER ...... . Sergeant-ai-Arms MEMBERS M. S. ROBERTS III A. C. TRICE T. B. TURNER FRANK WISE W. I. BA'1'I'S A . CORENSWET J. E. CRAIN E. E. DAHLINOER A. DAVIS T. M. COLEMAN H. W. GLENN W. H. DYER I. R. HENDRICKSON D. C. KELLY, JR. H. C. KILGORE, IR. J. W. THUSS I. W. HURT A. SMITH BRYON TUCKER BEN WALLER LANE CLARK I. T. CUNNINGHAM B. E. FAUST H. W. FRANKLIN JUNIOR MEMBERS L. D. HOPKINS R M. MCMURREY W. F. BOOKER C. LEYENDECKER . KOMISAR I. C. MOORE GEORGE COOK H. HARRELL E. LEBO I. MILLER VV. D. CURL B. HAWKINS R. L. LOCKETT I. MYERS N. HENDRICR R. VV. LOCKETI' A. L. MYHR . .Secretary . . Treasurer W. D. GESLING C. N. HARRUB R. L. HOUR C. G. HOPKINS VV. P. HOFFMAN TED JACOBS BEN KINGREE G. LOUTHRIDOE L. C. MCCRVARY R. E. POWELL M. VALESKE SAM VVHITED H. NEWTON G. P. STREET L. O. TRABUE E. M. VVATKINS HONORARY MEBIBERS DEAN W. H. SCHUERMAN PROF. W. B. BROWN PROF. F. I. LEWIS PROF. W. A COLLIDGE 198 52111 -1114 tl! tl 'HI DHHS WH EN QR THE COMMODORE, IOSO HI 1111 IRI Af I g g, IN vm IRI 111335 American Sccbeieey Oi? Meehanieal Engineers ROBERT H. NICNEILLY STUDENT CHAPTER OFFICERS ROBERT DUNAWAY . . . . . Presidwzt PENN MULLOWNEY . . . Secretary JOHN HERBERT . . . . . Vice-Preszdent HARRY SVVANEY . . . Treasurer MERTBERS CHARLES R. BRAMVVELL COLBBRT B. WYNNS VVILLIAM B. BROWN WEST MORTON RALSTON ROBERT B. CERNEY ROBERT P. CROCRETT CALVIN COCKRILL JOHN C. REA JOHN T. DAVIDSON JOHN M. DEVOE EDVVARD C. CRABTREE J. HOWARD ROONEY DOUGLAS P. DAVIS HAROLD E. FOTTRELL ROBERT E. DUNAWAY A. MONTGOMERY MARTIN BENJAMIN J. EDWARDS JOSEPH O. NEUHOEF JOHN S. HERBERT GEORGE A. REYNOLDS PENN E. MULLOWNEY WESLEY H. SITTON LLOYD L. PRUETT HARRY B. SWANEY D. P. ALLEN W. E. BEASLEY J. R. BLACKVVOOD C. C. BREW W. T. BUCHANAN J. E. BULLAH A. H. CARRIER VV. B. CARTER J. F. CONNER BARNARD DOYNE JULIUS T. TNERRY, JR. LOUIS H. ZBINDEN JAMES M. DURRETT JOI-IN W. HALL, JR. DILLARD JACOBS JOE MOORE RAYMOND H. PERRY WILLIAM VV. PORTER FRANK S. PROCTOR JUNIOR MEMBERS VV. M. DRANE WILLIAM L. FOSTER J. L. GODWIN C. E. HARRIS L. M. JORDAN VRXUGHN MANSEIELD T. MATTINGLX' 3 C. MCCORMICK G. B. MCCULLOUGPI' T. VV. MOORES W. G. MOREHEAD V, M. MORREL S. C. NANCARROW PIERSCHEL S. NELSON J. VV. NICI-IOLSON L. R. O,CAIN R. W. OVERTON G. P. PICKERING ROBERT PUGH VV. C. ROBERTS JAMES H. RYAN HENRY EDWARD SMITH HEBERT.C. STILES JOHN P. TURNER ROBERT S. WAITE, JR. 'THOMAS P. WHITSITT HILLARD O. WOOD W. M. Ross R. A. RYAN T. SEWELL J. H. TATE W. M. WATRINS C. C. WEST S. D. WEST J. B. VVHITWORTI-I P. A. VVILLIAMS Gm. 1113333 I A l V 1 4 I IU THE COMMODORE, IOSO 3231 Y 1111 7111 F r ug N :Ht :HF Top ROW-Simmons, MO1'e1, Graham. Bellhouse, Bales, Lovelady, Holt. Second Row-Rosen, Edwards, YVyatt, Billiiigton. Sutherland, XVa11. Third Row-Lamb, Briggs, Lacey, TVeavE-T, Smith. Grizzard, Archer. Bottom Row-Thompson, Gilbert, Buclianau, Dixon, Burkhaiter, Cook. The Skull and BIOIIICS , OFFICERS CHESTER HOLT . . . Pravidenf GEORGE ARCHER . SIM LOVELADY . .... Vice-President THOMAS S. VVEAVER . MISS MOREL . .... . . Sergeafzt-at-flrnzs ' ROLL G. F. ARCHER F. M. DAVIS E. H. LAW FRANCES ALEXANDER A. 1. DUVALL SIM LOVELADY WILLIAM BRUBARER G. DENTON C. T. LOWE DON BOLES MCDANIEL EVVING MISS MCNAIRY MOREL LOU BYARS L. A. EDWARDS J. T. MCCALL L. E. BALES D. BURKHALTER ROBERT BUCHANAN HELEN BELLHOUSE S. M. BILLINGTON LAWRENCE BLACKWELL C. BRYKCZYNSKI I. R. COOK W. G. CLARK THOMAS GRIZZARD TIYIOMAS GILBERT JAMES H. BRAHAM B. GOODWIN CHESTER HOLT I. A. KENNEDY VV. H. LACEY ROLAND LAMB CONNER MOTLOW VVILLIAM PA'1'l'0N MISS HELEN PRESLEY LEON ROSEN GILBERT ROBERTS C. M. STEWART A. I. SUTHERLAND H. J. SI-IULL . Secretary . Treasurer VV. K. SULLIVAN JOHN SMITH H. A. SCHWARTZ SAMUEL SPITZ L. J. SPITZ ROBERT SIMMONS CHARLES THOMPSON NICK TROMBLA THOMAS S. WEAVER CLARK VVOODEIN I. W. WARD MALCOLM WALL PERCY WYLEY THOMAS WYATT zoo I I ' I A ' ntl 'U , Um 1751, lllliz 55 3:2 QF! 2 "flung 'i,:l: .5-Lux lk l .A ,Y..' 1 N , l QP' -1 5 5' M MM ty llxzlii EEE71 ..2lLMll1.::i ':::: EXrtiuiIiP5 THE COMMODORE, IODO 111 Int 1111 rx! ellis! I :Ht :HI Inga? GJYQQ, Q9 13x9fl9 Top Row-McNeill, Gilbert V. Crockett, Lipe. R. Crockett 'lull Bottom Row-Cuxlniugham, Loliey, B larclen, Neuhoff, Shaxer Rouoll The Student: COIIIIDIQIUI OFFICERS J. VAULX CROCKEIT . .... . . Preszdent J. T. LIFE . . Secretary Treasurer EX OFFICIO MEB'IBERS RICHARD ABERNATPIY lN1EMBERS JOHN ASKEW VVALTER BEARDEN FRANK BRIDGES JOHN CHAPMAN MEREDITH CRAWFORD ROBERT P. CROCKETT JOHN CUNNINGHAM IVAN DUEOIS HERSCHEL FINGER ALEX MCNEILL CHARLES GILBERT W. R. KNOX HAROLD LINDSAY WARREN LOKEY K. T. MCCONNICO JOE NEUHOEE HENDRIX ROWELL CHARLES SHAVER HARRISON SHULL - JOE WILLIAMS 202 gfgillll H HwD 'JFHJE COMMODORE, 11930 WUI 1114 1111 15' A L. rm 1131 in-355.3 GFEQ QSHQ A-na. A , Top Row-VVest Brown, Caldwell, Crockett. Bottom ROW-Green, Sharp. Jenkins, Catoe. The Student Autivitics iB3O.aur'cdl OE THE STUDENT UNION OFFICERS OLIN WEST ....... ...... ....... . . Prcxident ANNE BROWN ..... .... . . . 1. . Vice-President CLAUDE CALLICOTT . ........ . . .Execzufzfve Secretary STUDENT MEB'IBERS FINLEY MCILWAIN HARRY JENKINS MARSHALL S. BURNS EARL MOORE SAM Y. CALDWELL WALTER SHARP E. V. CATOE OLIN VVEST HARRISON H. GREEN ANNE BROWN ' Ex OEETCIO MERTBERS CLAUDE CALLICOTT HENRY G. HART J. VAULX CROCKETT FACULTY MEMBERS DR, ADA BELL STAPLETON DR. GEORGE R. MAYFIELD PROF. IRBY R. HUDSON A board to promote the social activities and needslof the Students and to Supervise the expenditure of the activities fund of the Student Union. 203 DEE. .E E. ,nm 'FIIIJ OONIMOIOOIRIB, IOBO QIZHI 1111 lnl I 'err :HI DHI :HHS Top ROW-Gibson, Rowell, Bradford. Center Row-Roach, Mason. Lokey, McGaughy, Bottom Row-Lovelady, Lipe, Cram. Commodore Cllulb 1 OFFICERS ROY GIBSON ....... .... ........ . P residenz VVARRBN LORBY .,.. ..... V ice-Ilmxidmzt PIENDRIX ROWELL . ...,. . . Sewrzary-Trcasurfr MEMBERS MARK BRADFORD, K A I. T. LIPE, B 9 H JOHN MASON, 'KP K E DON CRAM, A X A VVARREN LOKBY, A T Q PAUL MCGAUGPIY, qv A 9 ROY GIBSON, fb A 9 SIM LOVELADY, E N ROBERT ROACH, A K E CHARLES HUDSON, E X HENDRIX ROWELL, E A E This is a Senior Honor Club, the members of which are elected each May from the most repre- sentative men of the Junior Class. The Commodore Club was founded in 1905 by VVilliam J. Anderson, coach of the track team, with the intent that the club, composed of the best leaders in the University, would function in every way possible for the good of Vanderbilt. It is a self- perpetuating body, with a membership of eleven. LZO4. Eric-.lan GRE? gag ncltmni ,,, . THE COMMODORE, TIOEO I :HI 1111 uf DHI :HI :HHS K9 l Top Row-Thompson, Askew, Shull, Fotrell. Boles, Zbinden. Center Row-Ireland, Milam, Stewart, Mathews. Devoe. Bottom Row-Gilbert. Coffee, Ctllininghain, Thackton, Trabuo. UWT Cllrumlb I OFFICERS GREENFIELD POLK ..... ..... ....... . . President DON BOLES ...4.. ..... V ice-President CHARLES THOMPSON . . . . . . . IS'ccrc'tary-Tf'earzu'er MEAIEERS HENRY ABBOTT, A T A HAROLD FOTTRELL, E X JAMES MILLER, A T S2 RICHARD ABERNATPIY, A T Q MACK GILBERT, Z A E GREENFIELD POLK, Z N JOHN ASKEW, 2 A E BOB HERBERT, KID A 6 HARRISON SHULL, A K E DON BOLES, T K All HAL HOLMES, K Z CHARLES STEWART, -in K AI' SHELBY COFFEE, B G H FRANCIS IRELAND, A T A GEORGE THACKSTON, K 2 ROBERT CROWELL, X K E STANLEY lVlATTl-IEWS, E N CHARLES 'TI-IOMPSON, K A JOHN CUNNINGHAM, A K E ERNEST MCCALEB, 112 K E CHARLES C. TRABUE, B 6 II JOHN DEVOE, K A GARTRELL lVl.ILAM, SID A 6 LOUIS ZBINDEN, 2 X This iS an inter-fraternity Honor Club, Selected from the members of the Junior Class. The purpose of the Club is to foster harmonious and friendly relations among fraternities, and to promote school spirit to the highest degree. This.club is a self-perpetuating body, with il mem- bership limit of twenty-two, the election being held in May of each year. 205 MEI 1113, E 1' ' GJ lr JH: 1113.5 GJ?Q5,. g'5il9 THE t3oMMoDo1R,iE, wall UI 1111 U11 7 xli uttsfi :Et 1111 flag! Top Row-Dethero, Xvebb. Dislzaroou, Gamtatowsky. Center Row-Proctor, Hoskins, Hfright, Reynolds, Pirtle. Bottom Row-Mitchell, Smith. Turner, Motlow. Ace Clltilb HARRY DETHERO, Prevident . . . JOHN P. TURNER, Ifice-Priavideizz HUGH B. DISHAROON, Secretary-Treaxzlrer . . LACEY REYNOLDS . ...... CoNNoR MOTLOW . FRANK PROCTOR . . LEON HOSKINS . . GEORGE WEBB . . . VISTON R. SMITH . RAYMOND PIRTLE . . ALFRED MITCHELL . RUNc1E CLEMENTS . JAMES RYAN ..... Joi-IN F. TOMLINSON . . . JULIAN E. GORTATOYVSKY . . ALFRED H. VVRIGHT ..... Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . .Sigma Chi . . . Sigma Nu . Phi Kappa Psi . Alpha Tau Omega . . Beta Theta Pi . Phi Kappa Sigma . . Phi Della Theta Lamhda Chi Alpha Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Delta Tau Delta . . Kappa Alpha . . Kappa Sigma . . . . Chi Phi . Zeta Beta Tau . . Pi Kappa Alpha The Ace Club is an inter-fraternity honor club of the Sophomore Class, with a membership limit of sixteen. Its purpose is the entertainment of visiting athletic teams during their stay in Nash- ville. The club is self-perpetuating, each member at the end of-the school year choosing his successor for the following year. 206 mlilfillfl Zltibilmlijl THE OOMMODOBE, IOSO FI' wut 1111 vm I 72 I DH! 1111 f 1 Top Row-Paschall, Detlxftro. Woodxxiarci Sharp, Goheen, Xvyatt. Center Row-Dishnroon, Kane, Xvilson, Beer-den Tuthill. Bottom ROW-Hoskins, Jacobs, Gortatowsky, Gibson. WALTER PASCHALL . . HORACE BEAVEN . . HARRY DETHERO WAYNE BARKER WALTER S. BEARDEN I'lORACE BEAVEN HARRY DETHERO HUGH B. DISHAROON RICHARD GIBSON FRANCES GOHEEN Blue Pencil Club OFFICERS MEMBERS JULIAN GORTATOWSKY T. M. HARRIS LEON C. HOSKINS DILLARD JACOBS R. W. JONES EDWARD KANE WALTER PASCHALL FRANK PROCTOR . . . . . President . . . . Ifice-President S ecretar y- Treasurer WALTER SHARP W. P. ROBINSON H. M. STANFIELD LOGAN TUTHILL THOMAS WILSON GEORGE WOODWARD THOMAS WYA'I'r A Freshman-Sophomore literary club having no membership limit. New members are selected during the second term from the Freshman Class. Preliminary try-outs are held, at which each candidate reads an Original manuscript. From the best of these the members are selected. The purpose of the club is to study contemporary authors in prose and poetry, and also produce com- positions for criticism from. the club as a Whole. 207 2-gin III: GJ? I aww 1114 DHKQS THE GOMMOIDGIRE, IIOSO A . ., .E ELL, q v 1 3 HI 'nl -H Pill -nl l Vanderbilt GREG Climb STETSON-HUMPPIREY ..... . Director GEORGE D. DOMINICK .... . Pmvideizz FRED P. VVI-IITNBL . . . .... Manager VVILLIAM VAUGHN . . . Publicity Director VAN MORGAN ...... Orclzcrira Dirrclor First Rolw MANUEL VELASKE JULIAN GORTATOWSKY MAYES HUME SAM MORGAN WILLIAM CLARK MORTIMER ERHMAN JOHN NICHOLSON GEORGE BREW FRED N EERCAARD SIDNEY BULLA PAUL HUDGINS BRUCKNER CHASE EUGENE BUGG ELGIN WILSON VVILLIAM SCHWARTZ FRED VVHITNEL STETSON HUMPHREY GEORGE DOMINICH WILLIAM VAUGHN PAUL MGGAUGI-IY SIM LOVELADY VAN MORGAN CECIL DUKE WARNER OLIVER DRURY FLOWERS SIMS CROWNOVER Second Rofw HENRY PIURWITZ MERRIMON CUNNINGGIM JAMES MARTIN CHARLES HUDSON MOORMAN STANFIELD L. G. MILAM GEORGE KNIGHT EUGENE PILCHER WALD0 WATTLES PAUL MORRISSEY VISTON SMITH BARNET BRIGGS A ROY HULAN Third Rofw ROBERT RYAN VVILLARD DRAPER GEORGE PERRY TOM CROSS BEN VVALLER CHARLES WATTS GORDON DUNCAN LEONARD KIRK VVILLIAM DIDCOCT GORDON ROGERS ROBERT SIMMONS CHARLES RUTHEREORD THEODORE KERN Noi in Piciure ROBERT CLARK ROBERT THURMAN BILL PAITON EARNER GEIGER JOHN JONES i'16C0llljJll7Zi5l5.' WARNER OLIVER, SAM MORGAN, CHARLES RUTHERFDRO Soloirtx BUGG, THURMAN, GEIGER The Vanderbilt Glee Club made its winter trip through Alabama and East Tennessee. The spring trip extended through Alabama, Mississippi, VVest Tennessee, Kentucky and Indiana. Above all, Of course, is the great European trip for this summer. zo Qigljlc 1111 Cygw rasn 1120 digg THE COMMODORE, IOBO HI IH! I111 ' I A gl i ini IRI IH I I giw Bzwk ROW: Robinson, Valasko, Briggs, Swiut, GUj'SbE!'g'Bl'. Irwin, Fort. Geiger. hliddle Row: Lewis, Dillon, Hemplemau, Cate, wLOCkI'l1?i.l1, Clements, Miller, Bellhouse. Gerharclt, Stud cy Front Row: Motel, Lambetll, Hicks, Dale, Pierce, Director Dalton, DeJOuIIxIette, Kroeclcel, Befxslev Culbrezmth, Murdock, Eatherley. The Vanderbilt Singers OFFICERS BARNETT BRIGGS . . . . President FRANCIS ROBINSON . . . Manager MARY MORGAN . . . Vice-President SYDNEY DAL'I'ON , . . Conductor MARTHA LAMBETH . . . Librarian MARTHA EATHERLY . . Acrornpanzsz Sopranos ELIZABETH BEASLEY BEVERLY CATE REBECCA CULBRETI-I MARY ELISABETH DALE GLADYS DEVOURNETT ANN DILLON HELEN BELLHOUSE FRANCES CLEMENTS EVANGELINE HEMPELMAN BARNETT BRIGGS ROBERT T. CLARK SIDNEY H. BABCOCK I. VVANE BARKER COMES L. FORT Hill! MARTHA GERHARDT MARY C. HICKS EVELYN LOCKMAN MARY LEWIS ROWENA LEWIS Contraltos ELIZABETH LACKEY MARTHA LAMBETH Tenorx JOHN MARTIN EDWIN Basses WARNER J. GEIGER PRIESTLY MILLER FRANCIS ROBINSON 209 1:-v 9 Q -PA 917- 0 N ew MARY MORGAN GERTRUDE MURDOCK MARY ANN PHELPS NANCY PIE-RCE IRENE STUCKY MAUDE VVEIDNER KATHERINE MILLER MCNAIRY MOREL LURINDA PRINCE HANS GEISSBERGER H. L. SWINT C. A. ROCHEDIEU F. F. THOMPSON MANUEL VALESKE Killian 'IIIIIE QONINIODOIPIIE, IODO CVFE5 , 19g'a9 Top Row-Chapman, Xvhitesides, Roach. Frflut Row-McLeod, Holt, Lindsay, Franklin, Smith, Dr. Hzwris, Franklin. Debating Team I. K. CHAPMAN HAROLD LINDSAY ,IOIIN B. CUNNINGHAM W. I. WI-IITESIDE G. S. FRANKLIN H, J. FRANKLIN li, H. SMITH P. C. Hom' JOHN MCLEOD, Allin-naie I. B, VVILLIAMS, Afltfrnale ROBERT B. ROACH, Dfbale MdHHyL'1' 210 QQIICL vm I' rx 1111 IDRS 62511: 111: :HI IU, ti vm am I 1115533 THE COMMUDORE, IOBO IHC.. IRI 7 Idl er 1111 5111 IH We we Front ROW: Dr. Steele, Dale, Roberts, Jenkins, Kerr, Dembsky, Anderson, Adams. Back Row: I-Iardison, S. Crownover, Myers, Clay, A. Crownover, XVOOCKS, Duke, Guild, Moore. ARTHUR CROWNOVER ARMSTEAD CLAY . CECIL DUKE ESTHER ROSENBERG MARGARET TUCKER Vanderbilt ClLa1SSiCIa1ll Climb WITH PSI CHAPTER OF ETA SIGMA PI-II OFFICERS , JR. .... Pzwidefzt VARINA GAITHER . . . . Treasurer . . . Vice-Prwident DR. R. B. STEELE . . Faczzliy .ffrlwisor MEMBERS REBECCA CLAIBORNE FRANCES BURKS MCKINLEY MILES WOODS ARTHUR CROWNOVER, JR. JOHN CUNNINGHAM MARY FRANCES ROBERTS VARINA GAITHER JAMES GULLEIT KATHLEEN BOYD CHESTER HOLT SIMS CROWNOVER THOMAS CLARKSON GEORGE HOOVER ELIZABETH NICHOLS JOHN L. MCGILL ELIZABETH JONES MARY E. JENKINS ELIZABETH KERR CHARLES L. MORGAN HARRY L. DETHERO ERNEST HARDISON SARAH NOLEN MARGARET KELLER MAY RAWLS JOSEPH L. ROSENBLOOM W. T. PASCHALL VERONICA SHIVERS ROBERT ROACH HAROLD SCHWARTZ HARRY MYERS HARRISON SI-IULL JULIAN GORTATOWSKY MARY REAGOR MARTHA WEAVER BARBARA MORRIS ROWENA MAY LEWIS MERRIMAN CUNNINGHAM ROSA MAY BUTLER GORDON DUNCAN RAGINA FUHRER HERMINE RICH D. E. WILSON COLEMAN PICRERING JOE HOWELL ELEANOR BROWN C. C. TRABUE ROBERT CLAPP ARMSTEAD CLAY ELIZABETH GARNER JANEY KATHERINE HUEY MARGARET OMAN ROSA PARSONS RUTH READ 1 ANNA DEMBSKY KATHERINE ANDERSON PAUL HOLMAN IRENE STUCKEY HUGH WRIGHT W. J. BRADFORD ALLEN GUILD MARY MORGAN An all-university Classical club, the members of which are selected from no particular Class noi- school of the university. Membership is Open to all who show an interest in classical subjects. Bi- Wee-Kly meetings are held. This society has no 'membership limit, Members in the C'la.ssiCal Club matlciug an average of "B" in classical subjects are-eligible to election to membership in Eta. Sigma Phi, national lIOnoI'a.ry classical f1'a.teI'nity. Im ,nw . . J A rnne oowrwroponn, wsu gift! 1120 will gi ll: I rm mo. 11135 effa qgef-fn Top Row-Howes Temple, Finks McSw:1in, Bottom Row-Klingler, 1-Iolland, Saumh-1's. Witherspoon Club OFNCERS J. L. HOLLAND . . . ...,.. ..... . P7'EJ'idE7Zl H. H. KLINGLER . . ..... Vice-President J. M. ESTES . . . Sec1'cta1'y-T1'ea5urm' MENIBERS J. M. Esrss J. L. HOLLAND H. B. MCSWAIN R. M. FINKS K. S. HOWLETT J. M. SAUNDERS A. C. HEWES H. H. KLINGLER V. C. 'TEMPLE A Senior Medical Honor Club, members being selected from the Junior Class. The late Dr. John Witherspoon and Dr. Jack 'Witherspoon have been the only two honorary members of the club, which was founded in honor of the former. The purpose of this club is to instill into its members by practice and example the higher principles of the practice of medicine and to co- operate with the University in carrying out its program. QgHf"'111 L' r' 65 .,-t,, Hfunmig LW " , .5959 212 MW' ' Q1 THE COMMODURJE, tooo Mui 1111 inf F 1. - KA ,rn rm IH JL " , 00 7' R9 Q. .. Top Row-L. Smith, .T. Smith, Cullum, Seay, Thompson Bottom ROYV1BUVil1PJG1', NVcstpha1, Magruder. Eve Cllu. . OFIHCERS R. S. BUVINGER ...... ,,,... .... . P residnnz LESLIE M. SMITH .... ..... V ice-President DARWIN VVESTPHAL . . . . . Secreiary-T1'msurer MEMBERS R. S. BUVINGER I. S. SMITH HALE E. CULLOM LESLIE M. SMITI-1 ROBERT MAGRUDER EWELL I. TI1o:.aPsoN HILLIS L. SEAY. DARWIN VVESTPI-IAL Senior Honor Club controlled and operated upon the same general principles as its companion club, the Witherspoon Club. Dr, Duncan Eve, Sr., and Dr. Duncan Eve, jr., and Dr. H. M. Cox are the honorary members of the club. It was originally organized in honor of Dr. Eve, Sr. This club functions in co-operation with the University in its program of instruction and in stressing the ethical side of the practice of medicine. s'r 6 YN! 2 I 3 Qknctmn m i nf-"-mnigg G11Qm9.9E THE COMMODORE, 11930 WUI :Ht IHI I .ei D111 IH! 11135 . i Top ROW-Crockett. Rowell, Crawford, Simpson. Yvest, Dominick. Center Row-Gore, Dethero. Cu1IninghzIm, Shull, Holt. Bottom Row'-Myers, Catoe, CFHYYI, Clay. Vanderbilt Student Y. M. C. A.. STUDENT QFFICERS OFFICERS OF THE BOARD VAULX CROCKETT, '30 ..... President VV. A. BRYAN, '99 , . . . . . Chairman CHESTER HOLT, '31 .... Vice-President VERNON SHARP, '28 . . . Vice-Chairman MEREDI'fI'I CRAWFORD, '31 .... Rccardcr B. M. CORLETTE, '99 . . . . Treasurer HENRY G. HART .... General Secretary E. V. CATOE, '31 ARMISTEAD CLAY, '31 DONALD CRAM, '30 MEREDITH CRAWFORD, '31 VAULX CROCKETT, '30 E. V. CATOE, '31 DONALD CRAM, '3o ROBERT ALEXANDER W. A. BRYAN B. M. CORLETTE WILLIAM DISMUKES BEVERLY DOUGLAS J. H. ICIRKLAND CABINET JOHN CUNNINGHAM, '31 HARRY DETHERO, '32 GEORGE DOMINICIK, ,3I CHARLES GORE, '33 CHESTER HOLT, '31 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Students VAULX CROCKE'1'I', '30 ROY GIBSON, '3o Alumni W. W. DILLON, IR. STRATTON FOSTER HENRY C. HIBBS FACULTY DAN E. MCGUGIN G. R. MAYFIELD F. C. PASCHAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE O. E. BROWN 2.14 HARRY' MYERS, '32 HENDRIX ROWELL, '3O HARRISON SHULL, ,3I PAUL SIMPSON, ,33 OLIN WEST, '30 PIARRISON SHULL, '31 OLIN WEST, JR., '30 MORTON B. HOWELL HI VERNON SHARP JAMES E. WARD . C. M. SARRATT M. T. WORRMAN EDWIN MIMS S2551 .1111 IU 51 A9 . Im 111329 ' I + rims coivrivroporfua, loao HI IHC Int If is fix! IHC ln! l Young Men's Qhuriisitiiauni Association The Young lVIen's Christian Association is coming to have a place of increasing prominence on Vanderbilt campus. Prominence not as a powerful organization, but rather as a strong influence and force, is the mark of the successful completion of this year's Y. M. C. A. program. In an effort to help the incoming freshmen find out Hwhat it's all aboutf' a Freshman Camp was held at Sycamore. About forty-Eve selected Freshmen attended the three days period, led in their activities by a few picked upper classmen under Me1'edith Crawford. As school opened, another need of the campus was met through the Student Em- ployment Agency of the Y. M. C. A. Positions were found for a number of men who needed part time employment. The scope and effectiveness of this agency is growing all the time through systematic recording of jobs and a widening circle of contacts with business in the city. As a start on Freshman work this fall, the Association held a Fresh-Get-Together during the first week of school. After that, a Freshman Council was organized to look after the new men's interests, that could be served by the Y. , The two publications, Stzzdefzt Directory and Frexlzznan Hmzzlbookv, were gotten out this year by Vaulx Crockett, with Louis Farell as associate editor of the Hand- book. A copy of the Directory was supplied to every student and faculty member in the University, while a handbook was mailed to every Freshman before he arrived. The Sunday Night Suppers, while not drawing very large crowds, have been reg- ularly attended by a very interested group of men. A fine supper served by Chester Holt and Hugh VVright and an interesting and stimulating program provided by E. V. Catoe, have been typical of these weekly meetings. The deputation teams, which functioned so well last year, resumed activities this spring under the leadership of Hendrix Rowell. The first finance campaign among students was conducted with success this Jan- uary. Contributions were solicited for the support of student week on the campus, and in a foreign Held. ' The Association has secured a number of prominent men to talk to students from time to time. Among them were: Dr. A. Herbert Grey of London and Dr. Reinhold Neiber, etc. The work of the Y. M. C. A. has been carried on under the guidance of the president, Vaulx Crockett, through the Cabinet, com- posed of committee chairmen of the various projects. Too much praise cannot be given Mr. Henry Hart, the general secretary, for his wisdom and guidance as well as his helpful coun- seling in guiding the Y. M. C. A. both in actualities and spirit these three years. ACB-will lllf' F ,fl Elin!-Nr! frgdg 1111, C 1333.3 GJ'f'QfJr- Q9 H yn 1111 lui an ' 'rims coivrivionoiaie, loan 'raw The Honor System The Honor System at Vanderbilt, ever since its inception many years ago, has been eminently successful. To respect the Honor System and to demand respect for it in others has become a tradition with Vanderbilt men. It is essen- tial, in view of the high type of men who make up the student body, that the Honor System should be given the Whole-hearted Support of every student at Vanderbilt. While the success of the Honor System rests ultimately on the integrity of the student body, credit for the carrying on of the system in such a Way as to maintain its high standard must be given to the Honor Committee. This com- mittee is composed of ten members, elected by their respective classes. The members for this year are: Dick Abernathy, chairman, J. V. Crockett, Sims Love- lady, A. W. Hutchison, E. H. Bringhurst, Frank Proctor, Harold Fottrell, Buck VVatkins, Hugh Disharoon. Several improvements in the operation of the Honor System were put into effect by this year's Honor Committee. At the beginning of the year each stu- dent was given a printed copy of the honor code, which he was required to sign on registering in the University. This code sets forth clearly the rules and pro- cedure of the Honor System, together with its constitution, making it impossible for any student to be ignorant of the responsibility placed upon him by the Honor System. ' Another improvement this year was the opening of the new honor court room in the south tower of Alumni Hall. This room, the purpose of Which is to emphasize the importance and 'dignity of the proceedings of the Honor Com- mittee, contains a judge's bench, witness stand, seats for the representatives on the committee, and other furnishings in character. lllembership on the Honor Committee is an important and responsible oHice, and the success of the Honor System is very largely due to the splendid work of the men who have served on the committee in the past. Indications point to this year as one of the most successful the Honor System has ever had, and this year's Honor Committee deserves credit for the fine Work they have done in helping to maintain the high standard of the Honor System. A great deal of credit is also due to Joe V. Williains, chairman of last year's Honor Committee, who was responsible for the reorganization of our system and the revision of the constitution and code. 216 will 011 GJ? 1120 111333 1114 1111 lnigg I QM THE t3oIvIIvIoIDoRE, loan HK 1111- IRI at DHI IHI In Bachelor col? Uglliiimess, 1192?-D The highest honor that the student body of Van- We fsiilg clerbilt can confer on one of its members is to elect him Bachelor of Ugliness. In accordance with the custom, started way back in 1885, some member of the Senior Class is annually elected B. U. by a vote taken of the entire student body. The man elected must not only be well known and liked by the stu- dents, but must also have been a leader in all activ- ities of the school. The election as Bachelor of Ugliness is thus both an evidence of popularity and a recognition of ability. No man who better typi- Fles the spirit of B. U., or who is more deserving of that title, could be found than Charlie Hawkins, winner of the 1929 election. Charlie was a leader in all activities and was very popular with the stu- dent body. He played varsity football and base- ball, was a member of the Chi Phi fraternity, was on the Student Activities Board, the Intramural Board, and was an all-around good fellow as well. A 1 f 1 CHARLES HIXWKINS Nashville Year. Nam U. .4 ddrzzvi. Year. N zz Ill 0. Xl rizlrcsx. 1885-T. P. BRANCH . . . . Rockwood 1908-R. E. BLAKE . . . . . Nashville 1886-B. G. VVALLER . Morgantield, Kv. 'l'19o9-N. T. DOVVLING .,.. Ozark, Ala. M887-A. E. CLEMENT . . . Humboldt I9ro-BRUCE MCGEIIEE . Evergreen, Ala. -It 1-'I887-R. E. CROCKET1' . . . Union City 1911-JOI-IN VV. BULL .... Elkton, Ky. 1888-FRANK TAX'LOR . . Austin, Texas 1912-I RAY MORRISON - - - MCKCUZFT 1289-JEFF MCCARN . . . .Nashville 1913-BRUCE WADE- - . -Trenton 1890-V. S. ROENBOROUGI-I . . . Memphis 1571?-ENOCH BROWN - - - - F1'21UkliU 1891--H. E. BEMIS . . Jefferson, Texas l9l5-TOM BROWN ' ' ' ' Gallallll 1892-J. A. ROBINS . . . Guntown, Miss. 1916-I' R' CURRY "" Mallllllf Texas 1893-R. VV. CLAWSON . . Mt. Pleasant 1917-POPE SHANNON ' ' ' ' Franklin ' IQI8-AMMIE SIKES . . . .- . Franklin 139+- W. VV. CRAIG . . 1895-VV. R. ITENDRIX . 1896-H. N. PHARR . IS97-MX'LES OlCONNOR 1898-PHIL CONNEL . 1899-S. V. GARDNEIQ . I9oo-W. A. WHITE . I 901-F. S. 1902-J. E. PALMER . . EDGERTON . . . Friendship . . Union City . . Berwick, La. Leiperls Fork - . . Nashville . . . Memphis - Anniston, Ala. Waynesboro, Ga. . . . Columbia 1919 C. R. RICHARDSON . 1920-MANNING BROWN . 1921-G. H. BERRYI-IILL . 1922-FRANK K. NEILL . 1923-JESS NEELY. . . 951324-W. B. ROUNTREE . 1925 1924-I. B. RICHARDSON . -D. A. REESE . . . . Athens, Ala. Hopkinsville, Ky. McKenzie, Tenn. . . VVylan, Ala. . . . .Smyrna . Hartselle, Ala. . . .Nashville . Tupelo, Miss. . Gadsden, Ala. ,Baton Rouge, La. . .Chattanooga . . .Nashville 1903--B. F. CARR . . . . Fulton, Ky. 1926-E' H' CROSS ' ' 190+-BEN CLARY . . . Bell Buckle 1927-'Vli' R' HENDRIB' JR' 1905-E. B. TUCICER . . . Smyrna 1928-Vl'llLllAM-Slmlks I9o6-E. J. HAMIL1'ON . . Harrison , 1929-Clllllms HAWKINS IQO7-A. M. SOUBY . . . Nashville ' itTie vote. 'l'Elected, but resigned. 217 Em Pnl 7 lil In- MHS 'll al l K THE COMMODORE, IOAO p C 114 1111 1111 I ei I lui DHI an Top Row-Frazier. Carter. A1'mist'wad. O'C0nnOr. Rodenhauser, Lowenstein. Center Row-Futroll, Rich, TVeaveI'. Brown. XVeise. Bottom Row-Dismulces, Morehead, Chisman, Caldwell. Girls! SItIuRdIGm1I1: CEOMLJIEIQJU1 OFFICERS FRANCES CARTER . . . .President CHARLOTTE CALDWELL . . .Secretary HERMINE LOWENSTEIN . . Ifice-Prexidenz ANNE BROWN .... . Treasurer MEMBERS Seniorx FRANCES CARTER HERMINE LOWENSTEIN ELIZABETH FRAZIER MARGARET CHISMAN FRANCES w7EISE ELIZABETH FUTRELL MARY MOREHEAD Juniors LAURA DISMUKES MARTHA WEAVER ANNE BROWN CHARLOTTE CALDWELL DOROTHY OVERALL ROSA PARSONS PEGGY O'CoNNOR Sophomores ROSA BROCKMAN FRANCES RODENHAUSER HERMINE RICH FRANCES ARMISTEAD The Honor Committee, which is a committee of the Student Council, is composed of Frazier, chairmang Brown, VVeaver, Rodenhauser, and VVeiSe. ' 218 Ht IHI I Ll 'nt ,n THE CUMMODORE, IDSD 2:2111 Y 111: 1111 Id ' QL :Hu Im In 7 WE SW P A Top Row-Cu1bI'C:xth. Anderson, Bogle, Summrs Sweeney, Krupitzelr. Bottom Row-BI'I:5'C1'. Adams Beasley, Butler, Dale, Brockman. QjOZ1EdiICOJI'S A Freshman-Sophomore Literary Club. "Ta lenofw the best that has been .raid and ifzought in ihe -world." ADA REBECCA CULBREATI-I MARX' ELIZABETH DALE DoLoRES ADAMS . DoLoRES ADAMS KATIIERINE ANDERSON ELIZABETH BEASLEY ELISABETH BOGLE AMY BREYER ROSA BROCKMAN OFFICERS MEMBERS ALMA LOUISE DEWES MARGARET WHITEMAN LERA STEVENS ROSA MAY BUTLER ADA REBECCA CULBREATH MARY ELIZABETH DALE 219 . , . .. Pl'L'5idL'7lf . . . . Fire-President Secralary-Treasurer DORO'l'PIX' KRUPI1'ZER DORO1'I-IY SWEENEY KATPIERINE SUMMERS MARGARET LEE HUGPIES FRANCES GREER FRANCES RICH Hf"'-52535 M1If'lH J I 11 THE QZOMMODOIRIE, IQ:-HI 1 IH: DHI I J I 1114 :HI I Top Row-Lamb'th, Cverall, Hill, Kerr, Smith. Center Row-Caldwell, Xvhite. Shivers, Pierce. Bottom Row-Cisco, Gez-liztrdt, Eathcrly, Graves, Nichol. Three Arts : OFFICERS lVlAR'l'l-lA LAMBETH. . . . . . . . . . . .. Pmfridvfzl CHARLOTTE CALDWELL . .... . Vice-Prfsidmt DOROTHY OVERALL . . SeU'ctary-Treasurer MERfIBERS lVlAR'l'I-IA LAMBETI-I LOUISE HU1'CI'IlNSON BETTY KERR ELIZABETH NICHOLS NANCY PIERCE VERONICA SHIVEKS BLANCHE SMITH ANNA VVI-IITE DOROTHY OVERALL CHARLOTTE CALDWELL MILDRED CISCO MARX' JAMES CROCKETT ADELAIDE DOUGLAS IVIARTI-IA EATHERLY MARTHA GERHARDT NovIcE GRAVES MARIAN HILL A club composed of Junior and Senior girls with love for music, art and is based on eliiciency in one or all of these arts. 220 ' 1 I u I llc :HI KQJGXIQI T615 K9 1111 literature. Eligibility uni THE COMMOD ORE, TORO HI 1111 IHI I ec Im GJ?" ' wg 7'N'?l9' Q1 0 Top Row-Frazier, Parsons, Nolen, G1-acey, Harris, Center Row-Brown, Overall, Morefllcfacl, Caldwell. Bottom Row-Loweustein, Futrell, Dismukes, Xveavor, 'ilmdcu JBSEIQIITOJIOT Nlaicdlcs OFFICERS ELIZABETH FRAZIER. . . . . . MADGE SLAYDEN . . MARY MOREI-IEAO . MERIBERS ANNE BROWN CHARLOTTE CALDWELL MARY JAMES CROCKETT LAURA DISMUKES CAROL FLATAU ELIZABETH FRAZER - ELIZAEETI-I FUTRELL ANNIE MARY GRACY CAROLYN HARRIS . . . Mzxiless des A azrm' . Jllistress des Fznances . Mistress des Fates PIERMINE LOWENSTEIN :KITTY MONTGOMERY MARY MOREHEAD SARA NOLEN DOROTHY OVERALL ROSA PARSONS MADGE SLAYDEN MARTHA VVEAVER MARY VV ELLS An Honor Club composed of some of the most representative girls of the junior and Semor CIWQSCS 22I 2351 1111 I a g ar 1114 D113-.SQ THE CCMMCEDCJRE, ww A 'GJ 'Kiwi - Q? QE A 'U ve UI will 1111 T . , 11 H GJ? x l A9 1 1 1 1 ,URM Back Row-Kellrrl Donnell, Rich, 1-Iufrhes, f"u1breath. Roberts, Marks, Front Row-Rodeuhauser, Rawls, Adams. McCaSkilI, Fisher. MlLc0nt0S lEart:C1rSW OFFICERS DoLoREs ADAMS . .... .... ....... . P residenz FRANCES RODENHAUSER . . . Secmfary-Tlreaszzrer SARA MCCASKILL . . . . Social Chairman MEMBERS DOLORES ADAMS DOROTHY MARKS REBECCA CULBREATH SARA MCCASRILL FREDA DONNELL MAE RAWLS HELEN DISHER HERMINE RICH MARGARET KELLER MARY FRANCES ROBERTS MARGARET LEE PIUGHES FRANCES RODENHAUSER An Honor Club composed of the most representative girls of the Sophomore Class. 222 Qgrn rm J U1 IHC :iraq 3 1-ft' T".-i UrQj 15s9fl9 'IIIIE COMMODORE, IOEO Q' ' f Suigm Im 1114 , M- 'Q x rm PHI H139 TOD ROXV-X'11l'lJl'OUSll, Harris, YVQ-Inwing' XVeisO, -Fll1'lX'OI' FUI! Bottom Row-La:-key, Douglas, Cooper, XYI':'Lt1wI', Cz1I'te1'. Scribbllcrs ICM Delia Pbij A Junior-Senior Literary Club. OFFICERS ELI7ABETH WENNING . .... Preszdent REGINA FUHRER . ..... . Vue Preszdenz' BURNICE YARBROUGH . . ..... Serrctary DOROTHY CULBERT . . . Treasurer MEMBERS HORTENSE AMEROSE FRANCES CARTER JOSEPIIINE COOPER DOROTI-IX' CULEERT CLARICE DIX LOUISE DORR ADELAIDE DOUGLAS REGINA FUIIRER CAROLYN HARRIS ELIZABETH LACKEY FRANCES STEPHENS MAUDE VVEIDENER FRANCES VVEISE ELIZAEETI-I VVENNING EVA JEAN WRATI-IER BURNICE WYARBROUGH 223 Q' ,7 ' EQ 54,9511 11 if Q3 1111 In THE COMMODORE, TORO will IH! III - - QI 'A 51 1111 Im 111233 Top ROVV-l'IOl'Gh6'2Ld, Culbx-ea.th, Parsons, Lambeth. Nolen. Bottom Row-Roberts. Dale, King, Lackey, XVczIveI'. Y. W. C.. A.. Cabinet OFFICERS MARY MOREHEAD . . . .... ..... . President MARTHA LAMBETH . .... . Vice-Prexident CHARLOTTE CALDWELL . . . . . Secretary EDNA KING ....... . . . Treasurer MRS. HENRY G. HART ...... - . . . Advisor MARY ELIZABETH DALE . Ulllifl'-g!'6lCfZlHf6 Repre.venz'atifve EXECUTIVE CONIMITTEE REBECCA CULBRETH SARA NOLEN EMMA ELIZABETH GREENE ROSA PARSONS ELIZABETH LACKEY MARY FRANCES ROBERTS MARTHA VVEAVER ADVISORY BOARD MRS. SAM ORR MRS. SUSIE MCWHIRTER MRS. A. B. BENEDICT MISS NELLIE ROCKE MRS. VV. F. FLEMING MRS. S. S. CROCKETT DEAN ADA BELL STAPLETON 224 ' QED! IH: 6415 IHC 1113252 THE CUMMOIIURE, Iwo will IUC IH' I J el 111: BHK 1117-'SEQ Bellhouse Soufherd Speas Alexander PIQSSIPQ' Bender Qalcdlmulsouis Club OFFICERS HELEN BELLHOUSE . . . ..... .......... C lzairman HELEN PRESSLEY . . . . . . . . . . . Secretary-Treasurer DOROTHY SPEAS ..... . . . COIIl77liffL'6' on Ar1'ange11zents FRANCES ALEXANDER . . . Committee on ffrrangevrzenis MEB'IBERS FRANCES ALEXANDER HELEN PRESSLEY HELEN BELLHOUSE DOROTHY SPEAS ALICE BENDER HELEN LOUISE SOUTHERD NAN KARNES GLADYS C. WESTPHAL This club is a girls, pre-medical social fraternity, the purpose of which is to bring the pre-medical girls into closer association and to promote interest in pre-medical work among the women stu- dents at Vanderbilt. 225 will DHI , 'fin Q ua Im 11131352 :rr 6 Q fix QJ1Qj,. ,Lgflq THE COMMODORE, Ioso gym 1111 HIL. Arxill llitgrt dlp 1111 IB GJTQJ ,- 9 !'L9fl9 Lambeth Fraziei Futrell Q , ,. .. . Giurlls Aitlhlleitiic Association OFFICERS MARTHA LAMBETH . ..... . . .President ELIZABETH FUTRELL . . . Vice-President ELIZABETH FRAZIER . . . . Treasurer HERMINE LOWENSTEIN . . . . . Secretary .The Girls' Athletic Association, with its purpose of fostering intra-mural athletic contests among co-eds, has reached its third year as a growing progressive organiza- tion. Its outstanding achievement is the creation of a spirit of friendly competition between the sororities and between classes through the inter-sorority and inter-class athletic events which it sponsors. The major event on the calendar of the association is the basket ball tournament in which every sorority and every class is entered. Last year the Delta Delta Deltafs won the inter-sorority cup given to the winners by the association and they have won that much coveted laurel again this year. The Sophomores took the cup as victors among the classes for the second year. The Tri Deltas and the Sophomores are set- ting such a precedent that it seems as if the other sororities and classes are going to have a hard time overcoming it. Second to the contest for basket ball championship is that of tennis. Here we have competition, not among the sororities or classes, but among the individual co-eds of the school. As in basket ball a cup is also awarded in tennis. . To close the success of the athletic year the association sponsors a banquet. Here all of the co-eds are gathered to see the silver loving cups given to the winning teams of basket ball and of tennis. ' 226 Mn. .ni K9 ini K- xy, f THJE COMMODORE 11930 I 1111 TH 7 1 GJ'-w -R9 1111 1111 ,335 SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL FRANCES ARMISTEAIJ MARGARET LEE HUGHES MARTHA VVASHINGTON MARY ANN POWELL FRANCES CLEMENTS JULIA GIBSON 'TEAM TRI-DELTA BASKETBALL TEAM MARTHA WASHINGTON BETTY CRAWFORD DOROTHY SPEAS NIARTI-IA VVEAVER MARTHA LAMBETH MARY EI,1zA12ETH TAYLOR FRANCES CLEMENTS 1111 IUFXEQ 227 Gm : J Y 1 U1 1111 Ska rm? ooivtwiooomi, roso , 7 T . ,Mm im nn. 1111 fu: 11 OLIN WEST, JR. W. J. ANDERSON, JR. Edilor-in-Chirf Business Marzagez' The Commodore Management The management of the 1930 "Commodore" Wishes to thank the Student Body for the privilege of publishing the Work Whose purpose is to serve as a permanent record of the past year at Vanderbilt. We have endeavored to keep this idea in mind throughout the volume, and to make this a book that will not only gather dust on a back room bookshelf, but will be opened now and then to bring back memories of days that might have not always been pleasant, but were certainly memorable. The changes that were made might not always meet With the ap- proval of the Senior Class, butithey were for the most part made to carry out the main idea in view. It was for this purpose that the Features Section was shortened and changed in some degree from the example of the "Commodores" of previous years. We also Wish to thank all those who have taken a business interest in the publication of this book, especially Benson Printing Company and Meyer' and Holt, photographers. ' 228 gigljlt '1U!"' 1111 IHTEQQS2 THE COMMODORE, IOSO Q-IQFIIII 1111 1111 6163, ,gsm , . .m Top Row-Rose, Catoe, McLeod. XVeaveI', Dominick, Sullivan, Smith. Bottom ROW-McNeill, Rogers, Nelson, Crockett. TVaite, Lipe. THTC GOmmOO1OnrC JBEOOTOI OLIN VVEST, JR. . ...,... . . .... Editor-in-Chze WILLIAM J. ANIJERSON, JR. , ...... . Business Manager TOM VVEAVER . .... . I455i.Yl'll7Zf Bzzsizzrxs Manager GEORGE DOMINICK . . . . . . . flrt Editor MEMBERS JOHN A. MCLEOD, JR. DON K. PRICE, JR. J. T. LIFE E. V. CATOE, JR. WILLIAM K. SULLIVAN I'IENDRIX ROWELL PERCY LEA LACEY REYNOLDS JAMES ROGERS E. R. KANE MEREDITH CRAVVFORD DON CRAM NORVELL ROSE MILTON SIMON SAM Y. CALDWELL JOHN SMITH B. A. ROGERS, JR. W. A. MCNEILL CONTRIBUTORS FINLEY MCILWAINE GEORGE ARCHER IRA PARKER ED BRINGHURST ERNEST MCCALEB DAVID M. IQEEBLE 229 JOHN FLETCHER JACK BRADEN J. VAULX CROCKETT HERSCHEL NELSON LOUIS PHILLIPS ROBERT VVAITE LEM MCCRARY CLAUDE CALLICOIT H. F. MCELROY, JR. PIORTENSIZ AMBROSE MARK BRADFORD FRANCIS IRELAND gym lnl 7 ilu' :ENS T I "HI III THE, COMMODURE, Ioan QZHI :Ha 1111 Fx-Illl uftxrz 1111 1111 tnigg SAM Y Top Row-Sullivan, Thompson, Caldwell, Rogers, Fletcher, Trabue. Bottom Row-Durand, Simon, O'Gonnor, White, Cunningham. The Masquerader OFFICERS . CALDWELL ..... .... .... .... E d i tor-in-Chief BRITT A. ROGERS .... ...... B minors Manager JOHN A. FLETCHER . . . . Assistant' Bu5i1ze'x.I Manager JOHN THOMPSON , . . Marzaging Editor H MILTON SIMON . . . . Contributing Editor WILLIAM SULLIVAN . . Contributing Editor MARGARET OICONNOR . . . Contributing Editor ANNA WHITE .... .... . flrt Editor JOHN T. CUNNINGI-IAM . . . Hssorialo Art Editor CHARLES C. TRABUE, JR. . . . . Exchange Editor HARRY DURAND . . . . . . ildfwrtising Manager JAMES RUTHERFORD . . . . Circulation Manager 'The Masque1'ader" is a humorous magazine published seven times annually. It is fostered by the Calumet Club of Sigma Upsilon, which elects the editor annually, but the management is under the supervision of the Publication Board. This publi- cation is a member of the Southern Association of College Comics. Ckutimn . YY' 5 Fm ntiau-525 Gjyejf. ,969 W THE COMMODORE, IOSO 111' 1111 1111 r x! IHC 1111 IH TOD Row-McNeill. Milam, Mason, Rosenbloom, Duncan, Farrell. Center Row-P2IsCha.ll, Kane, Sibert, Thompson, Anderson. Bottom IIOVV-IzGELf.hC'I'I'I'l2111. O'COnnOI-, Culbert, Reynolds. The -Vanderbilt Hustler BOARD OIF EDITORS ALEX MCNEILL ...,. Editor-in-Chief DON PRICE . . , , . .News Editor JOE ROSENELOOM, IR. . . Managing Edizor LACEY REYNOLDS . . . . Sjzorting Editor L. G. MILAM, JR .... Business Manager WALTER PASCHALL . . Literary Editor W. B. MASON . , . . Assistant Manager JOHN THOMPSON , .... Liierary Editor ED KANE . . . . Advertising Manager EUGENE SEBULSKY . . . . Exchange Editor W. I. ANDERSON, IR. . - . . Feaznre Editor CIRCULATION G. Q. POLK . . . . .. .- . Campus GEORGE DEERE . . . . .Kissam KENNETH STRINGER .,.... . . Fraterniiies ASSOCIATE EDITORS GORDON DUNCAN LOUIS PHILLIPS LOUIS FARRELL, JR. CHAS. LEATHERMAN, IR. PEGGY OJCONNOR ..... Co-Ed Editor DOT CULBERT . . Co-Ed Business Manager CAROLYN HARRIS . . . Co-Eds' rlssociale Editor REPORTERS ADAMS GAITHER ABRAMS GORE FUNK LACKEY' MCELROY PATTON REISMAN J. HARRIS COOPER SCHLESINGER GOHEEN SAMUELS ROSENFIELD DALE HEELIN FRIERSON EATON PHIL HARRIS ANDERSON SAMPSON MIATTINGLY NEIS HOPKINS 231 211333 Em DHI I - 1 at 11 ' I 634' Tiana coiyiuvionoiaia, ioao Qin: ina :nf ll at vnu im ini rx- 9 'rv CN 1 I MARY JANE LOWENHEIM llaadly ol? The Bracelet In accordance with the precedent set by the Junior Girls in 1928, each year a Senior girl is chosen "Lady of the Bracelet." The choice is based upon scholarship, participation in school activities, personality, and general popularity. It is hoped that the school as a Whole will recognize the "Lady of the Bracelet" as the woman "Bachelor of Ugli- ness" of the University, as that is the light in which the title is regarded by the girls themselves. Ma1'y Jane Lovvenheini, the 1929 choice, is certainly fully qualified for such recognition. She was a inember of Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Epsilon Phi, and held almost every honor that can be conferred on any girl in Vanderbilt. 1928 . ........ Bass BROWN, Nashville, Tenn. 1929 . . . MARY JANE LOWENHEIM, Nashville, Tenn. 232 . Glyn! 1111 1111 in-123 sw f-4 ,.. Q 79 cg Q ?- l mga QQ W Athlvtirn 1 l I I I A P 1 I xx W Q 294 WWW' u QW, A 5 f ff ffl xx QM w M gm N Q1 W ffffwl a s ' Q I Ji!! M iyagi W 9 7 XJ S, -2 Figjapge 3754565920 7 nuilml 5 4?-f' -H -nr -,ivy I ' 137- jf xx y-' .A 9,7211 fs- Y N ' f 5 - f -1 X ' xx' ',:"y 2 - Q51 IA. . - x x , X f' xii . R -X I z X-X xx . . f ., L. X '15- ' -r -- " X ,I:" 'f":-.ffifiif-. X .Q X -I 415-T" Wh N I Q. wr' .1 'f,'-rilxx fQGQg-:E- ul ,-','.E.iR ,- I 5 Q X m ., .M ,-2 '- . WXX x W '51 Z4 X I U I f cd: wx sh 1' X + xy- 0 vi- f" f lu 1' H ' V136 7 f ff f ' .NX XM fx. X 'f'f'?'A'4:-4-' 'I Y Xe. fjf - fv-55,4 X if ' 1 - 4,.,w,, 15.3, 14" 1 3 ,ff if fy, 'GJ 5f,f I Il 'f ' A I, X, ,V , , ' ,Q 'K Q eff f f 9, 1 f ' I -'I -44.55519 rrriz coivriyroooreis, rosa 11 :Ha DHI I .7 I 1111 nm in ra Dan NlcG1u1gii1m Sports writers over the South l-ast September were saying that this year Colonel Dan could not produce another one of his miracle teams. Green material, loss of star seniors, no outstand- ing new men-Vanderbilt would not be in the running. VVe who followed the fortunes of Colonel Dan and his team as our own, from one victory to another, interrupted in the South only by that heart-rending spectacle at Knoxville, realize that once again McGugin's reputation as "miracle man" of Southern football has been on trial, and once again, with the greatest handicaps and against the keenest competition yet developed in the South, has he finished the season with even greater tribute and admiration of all as one of the greatest football generals in the South, To say that McGugin is a great coaclig to say that McGugin is an even greater builder of men of character, to say that McGugin has set a standard of clean sportsmanship here that has kept for Vanderbilt all the fine things of college athletics and has been a paragon over the Southg to say that McGugin has held high the athletic standings of Vanderbiltg to say that McGugin is the greatest figure in Southern football today-to say these things- to Vanderbilt men is a needless display of our love and admiration. For Dan McGugin has built a name for himself that is far above our poor power to add or detraictg Dan McGugin is regarded by Vanderbilt men with a respect and love that our printed words could not reach. For Dan McGugin is an institution at Vanderbiltg and his ideals of sportsmanship are among our most valued traditions. 236 Q9-gill DHI ti g er 1111 A :HSS rrrir coivnvroiooiaie, rosa' 'J' M T Miglia :Hi 1111 i i -X 1114 1111 133.3 We fioilgl The Captains CAPTAIN JOHN NEAL BROWN Guard "Bull" was all-Southern this year, and, ac- cording to Miiiiiesota people, should have been all- American. He showed the folks up there just how the guard position should be played. This is the third year that "Bull" has been on the all-Southern. The team under his leadership fought to the last ditch because they knew he was in there fighting harder than any of them. Any man who played against him will always speak with respect of the prowess of Brown of Vanderbilt. Time after time "Bull's" black headgear could be seen in the back field of the opposing team, It was a safe bet to- say that the Hrst substitution in the line would be for the man playing opposite John Neal. The man playing against him had to give his best all the time, and his best was never quite good enough to equal "Bull." , JOE SCHEFFER End Captain-Elect Joe's Hghting spirit combined with hiscoo-l head is shown by the trust his teammates put upon him for IQ3O. Always fighting until the last whistle, Joe's fine spirit in practice and in the game will make him a wonderful leader. ln the Georgia Tech game, Joe, receiving a pass from Parker, scored our first touchdown. Always under the bottom of the pile, no matter where the play went, Joe never failed to give his best. 237 t Y 1111 ii 1 i inaqtq BENNY PARKER JOHN HERBERT VIRGIL WILSON Fullback Bznny was Colonel Dan Me- Gugin's capable field general. Calling signals from fullback po-sition, smashing the line, dropping back to punt and to pass, were Benny's only duties on offenseg on defense he backed up the line. Never a play that Benny didn't have to take a hard lick, but always taking them smiling. Benny stepped in his Hrst year and directed the plays on the field. In every game, Benny's accurate passing was a reason for victory. Half This was John's last year and while he has never gotten to play much, he was always giving his best. He has worked hard every day, hardly ever missing practice and all the time fighting with everything he had. He was small but heavily built with a world of drive in his legs. He was a hard man to stop as he never stopped digging until he was smothered. Herbert's best qual- ities, however, were his hard blocking and strong, defensive play. Guard Virgil was constantly sweep- ing through the line to rattle the back teeth of some offensive half. Teamed with Bull, they made up a front which dealt misery to defensive backs. "Swell" played three years as a good hard tackling linesman, putting in many jolts with his 190 pounds. ln almost every game "SWell,' was outweighed, but seldom was ever outplayed. He played an outstanding game against Auburn and again at Thanksgiving. Parker stops a Mississippi offensive after an intercepted pass. JOHNNY ASKEW H fllf john was one of the "Pony Backheldf' being too light for much steady pounding, he was thrust into the games when the opposing team was beginning to tire. After chasing Johnny around they were usually ready to call it a day. When he was in the game he played safety man for Vanderbilt and he handled all the punts nicely, bringing them all back for a gain. Johnny has one more year to play and he can be counted on to turn in some brilliant runs next fall. I-IowELL WARNER Center Possessed of -the heart of a Titan, coupled with a world of football sense, Chubby proved an invaluable man at center. His defensive work was of the highest order, and he seemed to know exactly the right thing to do at the right time. "Chub- by's', lack of weight seemed of little worry to him. He rose to the height of his success in his ability to diagnose plays, shifting in the line to stop a break through center and drop- ping back a few minutes later to intercept a short pass. BILL WARWICK Center Gump alternated at center with Wariier and always showed the foo-tball ability that the 'llce M an" possesses. Rather light for a center, Gump always disregarded his lack of weight in his ability to hit harder. Accuracy in pass- ing and a cool head distin- guished him as a good center. Another year is left Gump and much is expected of him. Bill's best work was done in the later games of the season, especially against Tech. McGaughy scores on Alabama on a long pass from Parker. HoMER ARMSTRONG Tackle Armstrong saw very little service this year due to a slow start and lack of experience. In all games he played he was counted on to put up a good fight. Armstrong has two more years and a great deal is ex- pected from him on account of his size and stamina. He has lots to learn, but lots of desire and ambition and what is more a good head on him. He is best on defense. PAUL MCGAUGHY Half "Own" Paul, as he was called by the sports writers, Hnished his gridiron days in a blaze of glory. His hard tackling made him a hard man to get past. Being fast and shifty, he could be counted on to carry the ball, but his main work was leading the inter- ference and clearing out a path. ln the game with Sewanee, Paul proved himself to be an able ball carrier. lt will be a long time before we forget his catching the long pass for our first touchdown in the Alabama game. DAN MCGUGIN Tackle This was Dan's firstvyear on the team. Being the son of such a great football player and coach as his father, he had quite a job cut out for him. McGugin saw service in nearly every game and could always be counted on to do well. Dan improved a great deal as the season progressed and as he has another year or so to play, he can be counted on to be one of the stars in the next year or so. He is not very fast, but is big and hard to move. 59 M ' YW :--... vw-af: -" -'--- 1112? T-T' " - .e.-aff?2514-f71fv.:nam91-Q,:a.a:,g..g1,1 .--,fw,5s,.. a...,,,QvA-1- Q ' fimmffe- Y. 3, " ---'-" ' -'-" sf A-V at-2a:.1-1-aw.L-zgza--.vm-4 at ,ga 5, ga 5 at ff-.W,1ai,-1.-iz-V,.1.a.'..:-a. "" ' 3 1. -"" ' , P ,, ' ' - " " ,' 12 ' v?'lf?5 H?"IV't5F5l51?11'5ft-'7 -I '.'1'f 1 'f' f-Ziiiiiiliiifz-1:'f UPTN -"-'1'-,Vg-'-Q.-''G4'3S":5.21114-'ff:-F6.25-'9?-',':i1,'i:-91iZI'I:-L51555""1-'1-:1"ii:S5f1f4'?'lI51S'15?2:I.E315235:-5-5i2G'l'f''?ff'?5", .1 . 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He is big and fast with weight and stam- ina that count in football. In the Mississippri game Mac showed what speed and weight can do and performed at his best. At all times he could be counted on to give all that was in him. He is blessed with a natural toughness and resistance to injury that make him avail- able at all times. Half Mac had hard luck this fall, and due tc- an injured shoulder did not get to see much serv- ice. There are few men who love football any more than Gene does. They say he eats it, sleeps it, and talks it all dur- ing the season. During his Sophomore and Junior years' he was a brilliant spot in Coach Dan's machine. He was a deadly tackler, and one of the best blockers in the South. When called upon to carry the ball, he could always be counted on for a few yards. McGaughy scoring one of his four touchdowns against Sewanee. ROY GIBSON PAT KIRWAN "DocJ' THURMAN End Roy, playing his third year at end, rose to the height of his career in the final game of the season when he was chosen by the team to act as captain against Sewanee. No Vander- bilt man has ever had a spirit to equal Gibson's. An injured shoulder caused him trouble after his first year, thus keep- ing him out of a number of games. Gibson is one of the best punters in the South and his ability to receive passes was observed by all who saw the Vandy-Alabama game in 1927. End Pat, the fighting Irish, played excellent football for his first year. Alternating at end with Schwartz and Sheffer, Pat always gave a good account of himself in every game. In Miiiiiesotaz he snatched a pass and raced out for a touchdown. A good all-,round end, pass re- ceiver and blocker. His two more years of varsity football should be of great value to Vanderbilt with his weight and brains and cleverness. Half "Doc" was another member of the "Pony Backheldf' Be- ing fast and shifty, he could get off to a quick start and through the hole before it was closed. This was "Doc's" first year on the squad and he was a little nervous at first, but after he had played in several games he became used to it and settled down. Thurman is a hard tackler, rarely missing bring- ing them down, big or little. Doc has two more years and can be counted on to make a big showing. McGaughy rams the Golden Tornado for a nice gain. WARREN LOKEY C1-IARLEY HUGHES BURL Fousr Guard-End Warren was shifted from end to guard and tackle this year. He was in reality a man- of-all-positions this fall. Lokey is a Hne football player and readily adjusted himself to any position he was called upon to Hll. While playing with the Goophers it was predicted that War1'en would be one of the best, and at the end of last year he lived up to this prediction, and this year at guard he was just as good. Tackle Charlie played his first year on the varsity. Coming up with great possibilities from the Freshman team, he soon de- veloped his power and speed. Charlie made a good under- study for Abernathy and will be able to play much more this fall. Charlie has plenty of weight and is one of the fastest linemen on the team. He is go- ing to give a mighty good scrap for a regular position next year. Fullback The handicap of an opera- tion at the first of the season gave Foust a slow start. Corn- ing up from the Freshman team, Foust was expected to take a regular berth on the var- sity, but an injured knee held him out a great deal of the time. He showed wonderful speed and power in hitting the line, and will be a regular full- back this fall if hard luck will leave him alone. Parker starting around left end behind Thomas. DAN SHARP AMOS LEONARD BILL MOREHEAD Center Half TdCkfe This was Dan's first year on the squad and although handi- capped by an operation at the first of the season, he soon re- gained the form which he showed with the Freshmen and developed into a valuable re- serve center. He is big and fast and eager to learn and should become a fixture at center be-- fore he finishes. Dan's best game was against Auburn, and judging by the brand of foot- ball whieh he displayed there, it is only a question of time until he will develop into a star center such as Alf and Vernon were. "Mouse" was Vanderbilt's "Sophomore Sensationf, In the game with Qle Miss, his first college game, Red ran wild, and he continued his rampage throughout the season. He was the man every team pointed for and about whom the sports writers raved. ln the Alabama game Motise pulled one of the prettiest runs we have ever seen. Not only is he a good ball carrier, but he is a Hne tackler and blocker. When he wasn't carrying the ball he was clearing out a path for one of his mates. Bill's Hrst year on the team was a goo-d one. Starting al- most every game of the season is an unusual record for a Sophomore, but no one doubted Bill's ability to be there. Large, heavy, and with big feet, he made an almost impossible bar- rier. With two more years ahead, a berth on the all-South- ern team is sure to come to him. Bill, in addition to know- ing football, has the added qual- ity of always wanting to learn more. He was a fit mate for Abernathy. Abernathy and Schefer covering a punt in the Tech game. JESSE THOMAS WILLIAM ROSENBLATT CHARLIE SCI-IEFFER Quarterback Jesse is another of the Soph- omores who moved old men out of their regular berths. His ability as one of the best block- ing backs in the South and his speed make Jess a valuable man. He carried the ball very few times, but was contented to clear the way for those who followed. Jesse is also a won- derful defensive man to have to overtake fast opposing backs and a power in breaking up for- ward passes. Halfback "Rosy," as he was known to everyone in Vanderbilt, played any position in the back field. Most of his games he played at quarter, but a number of times he was called to fill in halfback position. "Rosy" was a fine blocking back and picked his plays with as good judgment as any Vanderbilt quarter in the past. Rosy made a good understudy for Parker and often relieved him of his duty at calling signals. Back Charlie is a back that is al- ways an asset to any team. He is extremely cool, especially in a tight place, and he is able to figure the situation out. He is very fast and when he gets started on one of his runs it is mighty hard to bring him down. Besides being able to get the ball and run with it, he can pass it with speed and accuracy. Cn the defense he is a splendid tackler, rarely ever missing his man. Maryville downs Leonard on her thirty yard line. WHAYNE QUINN BILL SCI-IWARTZ HENDRIX ROWELL Center 'rRin Tin" Quinn was play- ing, his last year and incidental- ly his best. He was another graduate from the ranks of the Gopher squad of two years ago who made good on the varsity. He made up for his lack of speed by a world of fight and a good steady ability to diagnose plays. Quinn was a hard work- ing, conscientious man upon whom the coaches co-uld depend as a useful substitute at any time. BACKFIELD COACH LEWIE HARDAGE End Alternate Captain-Elect Bill was shifted from full- back last year to end this fall and at his new position used the tower of strength he pos- sesses to wreck many interfer- ences before they reached the line of scrimmage. Bill's great punting was a decided factor in every Vanderbilt victoiy. Even the mud in the Tennessee game did not affect his accuracy. Few people realized that Bill played with an injury all sea- son, knowing one lick would put him out of all sports for good. We admire Schwartz for his skill and courage. Manager Hendrix was an excellent manager for the team. He was clear headed and calm, and was liked by both players and coaches. His value to the team was proved on the trips where he made everything run smooth- ly. His very energy, while with the team, was concentrated on the comfort of the players and his value to them is shown by the fact that the team of the past season was the best equipped ever put on the field. Hendrix has proved himself one of the best managers ever to take charge of a Vanderbilt team. The Qoaclhes The coaching staff consisting of Lewie Hardage, Gus Mo1'1'ow, Bill Spears and Vernon Sharp was a thoroughly capable group of assistants to lVlcGugin. In addition to putting out a cracking good varsity team, these men rounded out the best freshman team Vanderbilt has ever had and filled in also as the scouting detail to get information on future opponents. ,Q m ,H ' H ,J " Leonard off on a run against the Yellow Jackets. roornaiti. Simson, ioeo Vanderbilt, 195 University of Mississippi. 7 Vandy opened the Southern Conference season for 1929 with an impressive victory over the strong Uni- versity of Mississippi team. The boys from the Delta came up here hoping to take the Commodores for a ride. Little was known about the strength of Coach Dan Mc- Gugin's charges, but in this game they uncovered a brilliant star in Red Leonard. For three quarters the Black and Gold clan fought off the invasion of the "Four I Vanderbilt, Vanderbilt entered the second game in good condition with good opposition, but with little fear of losing. This game was given over to ironing out the defects and get the team in good shape for the end of the season., Bull Brown played his usual brilliant game in the line, as- Horsemenu from Mississippi. At the end of the third quarter the score was tied. 7-7. Led by Red Leonard, the Commodores opened up the last canto with a bang. Sweeping to another touchdown, Mouse Leonard Put Vandy in the lead. A few minutes later he again crossed the Mississippi goal line. The end of the period saved the tired and discouraged Delta team from a complete rout. 265 Ouachita, 6 sisted by McNamara. Parker led the rush of attack to the 26-6 victory. Leonard followed up his great offensive work of the Mississippi game. McGaughy's outstanding defensive game was supplemented by a powerful offense. Vanderbilt, 65 Minnesota, 15 Heading his charges into the Pullmans, Coach Dan began his long jaunt to the frozen north. After a practice in Chicago, they rolled on to the northwest. There the boys from the "Sunny South" created quite a sensation. The Gophers learned how to tackle from Paul McGaughy, Leonard showed them how to rung and "Bull" was continually breaking through their hc-avy line. The Southern boys were literally worn into submission. Coach Spears of Minnesota was continually putting in new men to replace any one who seemed in the least bit tired, and uach man seemed as good as the other. Vandy will not forget the playing of Nagurski, the a-ll-Ameri- can, or that of Riebeth, the flashy little back who could do so many things with his hips and feet. Though beaten, Vanderbilt won the plaudits of the Minneapolis people for the game fight they put up throughout the entire game. Vanderbilt, 415 Auburn, 2 Vanderbilt machine clicked the best of the season against Auburn. Driving for a touchdown a few min- utes aiter the game began with a 44-yard run led by Red Leonard, the scoring was almost at will throughout the game. Askew, who was substituted for Leonard, played his best game of the season. Touch- downs were scored by Leonard, Parker, Schwartz, Charley Scheffer, Mclllwain and McGaughy. Through- out the game the heavy work was placed upon McGaughy to get the extra yards for first touchdown and to carry the ball along' through mid-field up .to scoring distance. "Little Bill" Schwartz scored his touchdown on an intercepted lateral pass. Bill was kicking his bcst of the season, getting oft long, high punts of forty-five to sixty yards. Wilson's line play was outstanding. LINE CoAcH Gus Mokkow VARSITY SQUAD Front Row: Lolcey, Askew, Xvarner. Brown CCaptainJ, Leonard, McGaughy, Schwartz, Morehead. Sharp. - Second Row: Crownover, Smith. Herbclrt, .l'. Scheffer. Rosenblatt, Armstrong. Mcllwaine, Quin, McGug'in, Coach McGugin. Third Row: Manager Rowell, Parker, Hughes, Gullett Thurman, Foust, C. Scheffer, YVarwick, McNamara. Gibson. Top R-ow: Davis, Abernathy, Wilsoii. ASSISTANT COACH BILL SPEARS lFOOTlB3AlLlL Vanderbilt, 335 Maryville, 0 Maryville invaded Nashville with a light team. The boys XVC-Te no match for the powerful Vander- bilt line. Time after time the heavy Commodore line plowed through the light Maryville for- ward wall and the Gold and Black backs would cut through for long gains. Johnny Askew and "Rosy" Ros nhlatt furnished the thrills of the game by their long runs for touchdowns. This game did not cause the Commodores much worry and was no indication of what the powerful machine could do. Coach Dau had taken several of his stars on a trip to see Alabama play and there was little interest over the game. Vanderbilt, 135 Alabama, 0 Vanderbilt's First real test in the S. I. C. race came with the Ala- bama game. The Crimson Tide brought a powerful team for the game. The-y were out to avenge the defeat by Tennessee and to stop the march of the Commodores. About the middle of the first quar- ter, a long pass from Parker dropped into the waiting arms of Paul MeGaughy and ho stepped over for a touchdown. It was a beautiful play and brought the stands to their feet with a roar. Soon after this famous pass, the Alabama team started a drive but the Vandy defense held when the 'Bama tiam was in position to score. This powerful defense staved off drive after drive as the Crimson Tide tried to put the ball over. Toward the end of the fourth quar- ter Mouse Leonard. moving behind beautiful interference, slipped around Alabama's left end for another touchdown. The game ended soon after and Vandy was a notch nearer the crown. Vanderbilt, 235 Georgla Tech, 7 The Tech Yellow Jackets, 1928 National Champions. came to Dud- ley Field with many of the stars of last year in their regular berths. Jones, All-Fcuth n end, Mare:. A1.- Ameriuan tw'-lee. Thomason, Al'- Southern halfback, were among the men who came to meet Colonel Dan's Commodores. The Commo- dores came through with flying colors, led by the spirit of Captain "Bull" Brown. Vanderbilt met all FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SQUAD Front Bow: Mansfield, Lockett, XYatk-ins. Meyers, Basan. YV. Foster, Hobbs, Conner, Hudgins. Second Row: Hawkins, Cook, Boolccir, Godwin, Lanclsden, King. WVatson, Boi-son, Sayers. Third Row: Fortune, J. Foster. Parsons, Owen, Komisar, Talley, Darrah, Harris. Fourth Row, McNevins. McCullough, Hooper. YVest, KVest, Hovey. Lockett, Graham. Fifth Row: Street. Roberts, Smith, B. Smith, A. Smith, Gore, lvhite, Shackelford, Sewell. Sixth Row: Stanfield, Newton, Henderson, Morehead, Moore, Sharp qCoachD. lFOOTlB3AlL the Tech drives and soon had the Yellow Jackets backed up with a forty-yard pass from Parker to Joe Scheffer to score the first touchdown. Tech came back with several strong drives to score only once when Thomason crossed the goal. Leonard scored Olll' second touch- down behind perfect interference. The third touchdown was scored by Askew. The linemen proved their ability to stop the brawny Tech back neld and to open holes in the line of olfense. lvilson, Brown and Abernathy played their best in their college career. Vanderbilt, 05 Tennessee, 13 Before a screaming crowd of 30,000 football fans from all over the South. Vandy and Tennessee battled for the S. I. C. title. A field that was virtually a sea of mud slowed up the fast backs of both teams. The Commodores were tired from their two strenuous games against Alabama and Tech on the two Saturdays before. The Vols were rested and ready for blood after a. two Weeks lay-off. Nothing Vandy tried worked and everything the Vols attempted clicked bettrr than they hoped for. The brilliant running of Mc- Ever and the uncanny passing of the wet, heavy ball by Dodd and his handling of the team were the outstanding parts of the game. Tenness e stopped Leonard. Vandy's brilliant ace who had shown so brilliantly during the season. Paul McGaughy was the best Vandy bet in the back field. "Bull" Brown and the Commodore line fought throughout the game, but they were tired and not equal to the brilliant play of the Tennessee team. Vanderbilt, 26 5 Sewanee, 6 The Sewanee Tigers came from the mountain to meet the Commo- rlfres in the forty-Second annual Thanksgiving game, bringing a light squad of fighting men. The Tigers put up a good defense for the heavy Commodore line and backs. Mc- Gaughy, playing his best game for Vanderbilt, led the scoring, putting the ball over for the l'our touch- downs. Tliisgame was the last for a number of varsity men, all play- ing at the peak of their ability. Through a cold, drizzling rain, the crowd stayed to see the Commo- dores pile up the 26-6 victory. ASSISTANT CoAcH VERNON SHARP C5234 'rinnt eoivriyionoiait, roao e M IH! 1111 I.. J i 5 I Int :Hi Standing: Clements. Motlow, Crockett. Dowlen, Houston, Craven, Hoskins, Cowan, Beaven Sitting: Assistant Manager- Rogers and Lea. The Managers The fellows above are the ones who make up an important cog in the highly organized football machine. They know no cheering sec- tion, yet they know how to function without it. Their reward is not the cheers of thousands of football fans, but greater than that, the friendship of the men who make up the squad. The managerial staff puts the team on the field with satisfaction in their hearts and de- termination in their minds, for behind the screen every whim of the player has been satisfied without the least confusion-desires of the players have even been premeditated and preparation for the game is devoid of nervous strain and confusion. Not only do. you find the man- agers there working just before a game, but they work for the team constantly and are as consistent in their duties as the player is in re- gard to practice. 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':fT:jfrx"'. . -,'.f lx 'Pe g gg ' ' wx .- ' .. z2sf+2W fb f , KJ asiggfv 1 f X J '- J ff .. 'f 'Www HQQQCFQQQ Zfizmkvihall rar connvronoiarg, rose My 1111 111 I 2:-X-lil z lzwm :Ht 1111 Hxagt e G7'fQj 9.N 'QTIQ9 Back Row-Manager Bradford, Marsh, Coffee, Stringer, Franklin, Abernathy. Coach Morrow. Front Row-Rutherford, Cuninggim, Ireland, Captain Cram, Kirwan, Chalfant. BASKETBALL The 1930 basketball season, while 1'1Ot the most successful in the University's his- tory, was in many ways a very encouraging one. The team got off to a slow start and had a bit of diHiculty in catching up. There was never a large number of men out for the squad, but those who were worked hard and on the whole made a very commendable showing. Coach Garland MO1'TOW was handicapped, of course, by a lack of material but did exceptionally gc-od work considering everything. He showed a determination to End out exactly what his team had by scheduling a hard mid-western trip to open the year during the Christmas vacation. Gus expected to bring up a number of his freshmen stars with him, but unfortunately the most outstanding of these, "Bev" Young, who had shown up so well in fall practice and around whom a great deal of the team's offense was being built, was declared ineligible on the day before the Christ- mas trip on account of scholastic deficiencies. It was also learned that the shadow of misfortune had further darkened the Commodore camp through the loss of White Graves. G-raves was one of the five returning letter men and his departure resulted from a technicality in his course Work. Vanderbilt is the only Southern Conference school now observing the two-sport rule. This ban increased difhculties for Coach Mo-rrow as it kept two of the best basketball men in school off the team, "Billi' Schwartz and Eugene lVIcTlwain. 252, fl! ' Qigfililr 1111 legbil ifgilg 1114 :nw Cyn rpm coivrivtoiooiair., roso . 617 E. Inf rt i Q V tn 11 ' wa iters' ' ' ' Coach lVIorrow said little of these tribulations and continued on in that quiet, modest way characteristic of him. However, his troubles were far from being over as he was to face a five game trip through the hot-bed of basketball followed by ten conference tilts. It was to be a gulf of disaster similar to the two previous years of basketball at Vanderbilt. Let us nc-t forget, however, that only in 1927 the Gold and Black cagesters were adorned with the crown of the Southern Conference. The Commodores opened the season and their Christmas trip with the fast Uni! versity of Louisville five in the latters' gym. The Vandy teamls inexperience was evident in the closing minutes of the game when they were nosed out by the count of 24-22. The following night the travellers were entertained by last year's national champions, Butler University at Indianapolis. Coach lvforrowls team was somewhat astounded during the first half of the game, but came back and almost duplicated every go-al of the Butler team in the second half. Qther games encountered on the trip were with Loyola, Purdue, and University of St. Louis. Captain Donald Cram developed into the most versatile man on the squad and with his consistent goal counters was runner-up for the squad's high scoring honors. Cram began the season at the guard position but was later shifted over to a forward berth in order that he would have a better chance to break for the basket. The Vanderbilt team developed a heart-breaking jinx for losing close games. Five of their Conference games were lost by three goals or less. The Clemson fray at our home gymnasium resulted in two extra play-off periods. Chalfant, Cram, and Frank- lin were disqualified by the foul route in succession, and Josh Cody's Clemson jugglers ended in a 48-42 victory. Auburn was the first S. I. C. victim of the Commodores. John Shelby Coffey, with a year's varsity experience, filled the forward position opposite Cram faithfully and was high-point scorer on the team for the season. In hope of securing a winning combination, Coach lVIorrow made frequent changes in his line-up. The center position was occupied by lVIarsh, Chalfant, Franklin, and Coffey, during different intervals. 'fTriny" Chalfant continued the sincerity of his last year's captaincy and was always on the job. "Dick" Abernathy proved a most worthy client to the cause. MAb" has had very little experience along the basketball line and his appearance on the basketball court was largely due to his loyal support. He blossomed forth, however, and from his play in the Georgia Tech game in Atlanta, received much praise from lllorgan Blake. Abernathy was the running mate of Tom Franklin at the guard position. Franklin was much help to the Commodores and had somewhat a Jonah on the few long shots he attempted. Earl Ma1'sh, a transfer from David Lipscomb, developed splendidly for his hrst year with the Commodores. Mtich is expected of Earl in the future. "Jimmie" Rutherford alternated with Chalfant in the forward position and was always on the go when he was in the game. Patrick Kirwan developed into an efhcient utility man before the season was over in spite of the fact that he was late in coming out. Ireland and Cuninggim were the midget auxiliary forwards. Each seemed to be a little smaller than the other. Two sophomores, Disharoon and Stringer, were also dependable at the guard berths and will give somebody a Hght for a regular position next year. Jim Buford, the new freshman coach, had a very successful season and it is be- lieved that he will hand over some splendid material to Coach lldorrow for next year's squad. lVleyers, Foster, Simpson, King, Henderson, Godwin, and Fortune showed up unusually Well. The varsity was managed by lwark Bradford and assisted by Douglas Willock and llffilton Simon. 253 QE i 2' 1 i I i Hi III Gjf qgrag II 11 'rent tloiyinviopoar., iioao Ht :Ht :Hr 1 .7 i 1111 1111 in 'WE5 i'5'?l9 Moore, Kelly, Hudgins, Bayles, VVaters, Henderson. Lockett. Darrah. llrrteriiiraterrmity Basketball This year saw the adoption of a new system of deciding the fraternity league basketball champions. Under the direction of the Pan-Hellenic Council and Jim Bu- ford, director of lntra-mural Athletics, the league was divided into four sections of four teams each, each team was required to play every other team in its bracket and the semi-final games were between the teams having the highest percentage in each bracket. The S. A. Es, Sigma Nus, Betas and A. T. O.s were the semi-finalists, while the A. T. Ofs defeated the S. A. Efs, defending champions, in the Hnals. The A. T. O.'s were the dark horse team of the league, for while it was known that they had a strong combination, the general concensus was that their best would not be quite good enough, critics, however, were underestimating the ability of Tom Henderson and his mates and misjudging the fighting qualities that the A. T. Ofs showed in every game which they played. Their semi-final victory over Sigma Nus was characteristic of their ability to stick in the game against odds and a big lead. Hen- derson's generalship was of the highest quality and his passing perhaps the best in the league. Wate1's and Kelly were game and dependable forwards with an eye for the basket. Moore took care of the guard position in good style, while Lockett and Hud- gins were counted on for more than a little support. ' Other outstanding players of the league were lVlcllwaine and Smith, of the S. A. Es, Myers and Young of the Sigma Nus, Simpson of the Sigma Chis, and VVatson of the Phi Delta Thetas. 254 7 fi, . A . I IH! 'Cys-'al ln! l '7 MW X ff fl fi Z T 'fvX J X 4 I SX ff I 0 ivxy .Y ff, X ' "3 pi , ' 1 f xxx nj KX g xi ' Q, X Q O Y' i Gy Q06 Q QQ 4200600 QC 32533 Q E 'inane cowriyronoinrl, ioao 111 im in Af - rpg im im 11133 Standing: Cummings Sharp. Mcrllwaine, KVhee1ock, Brown. Schwartz, C. Scheffer. Sweeney Joe Scheffer, Mr. Schwartz, Coach. Slirtingz Rolfe, Hawkins, YVebb, Orr, Oliver, Askew, Braden, Lipe. BASEBALL, roao The baseball season of 1929 was successful in the extreme, as the season's record of seventeen wins against Hve losses shows. The Commodores whipped some of the strongest college teams in the country, taking two games from the Nlichigan State, one from the University of lVIichigan fthe second game with this school being rained c-utj, splitting with Wiscoiisiii, and beating Georgia Tech. VVhen Coach Schwartz gave the starting whistle at the first of the season, he was confronted by such a wealth of material as would gladden any coach,s heart, and the chief difficulty seemed to be the weeding out of the best of this material and mold it into a team. However, the team's record shows that the men he picked for the team were the most capable for the positions. The backstops were Captain Country Oliver and J. T. Lipe, who were each considered by scouts and sports writers to be the cream of the Southern Conference. Bothnof these men were possessed of an unusual amount of mechan- ical ability coupled with baseball sense above the level of the ordinary. With two such men available for the catcher's duties, Coach Bill's worries for the position were over. Vaughn was the reserve catcher. The pitching department showed just as much talent. Rolfe, captain-elect, Braden, Hawkins, Brown, and Cummings were all pitchers of above average 256 Q21-Bsl'7HFl7U V. -18"-1-UUITJ We Low U 'riaue coiviuvronoiair, was . . .ii 'ei as My 'Hr :ILM fgrag HIL. 1111 Elms ability, and Sharp develo-ped until he became as reliable a reserve pitcher as any team ever had. Cummings, Rolfe, Hawkins and Braden bore the brunt of the pitching duties and upheld their responsibilities well. Rolfe and Cummings, in addition to their pitching duties, were as good hitters as there were on the squad and thus filled in the outfield when they were not pitching. Bill Schwartz, Jr., took care of the first basing duties and developed into the leading hitter of the team. ln addition, he was a very good fielder, and on account of his size, proved a good target for the infielders to throw at. John Cunningham was a very capable understudy to Bill at this position. At second base there was Tom Webb, who was at third base during the preceding season. Tom was 11Ot only a brilliant fielder but was also one of the .most dependable hitters on the squad. At shortstop, Johnny Askew early proved himself the best man for the position, being a fast, heady fielder, a good lead-off man, and a smart base-runner. Gene Qrr and John Wheelock were the third-baseman, and so little was there to choose between them in ability that they alternated at the position the whole season. Both were good fielders and dependable batters. Charley Scheffer, Garland Sweeney, and Rosenblatt were splendid reserve in- fielders. ln the outfield there was a world of power. Bull Brown, who played right field, was possessed of a wonderful throwing arm and a very good batting eye, a combination which, with his speed, made him one of the outstanding players on the sqquad. Johnny Cummings and Rolfe alternated in centerfield, one taking care of the field while the other pitched. Both were heady fielders and fine bat- ters. Gene lldcllwain was in left field and took care of that position in fine fashion. Mac was a dangerous batter and batted in third position, where he was the starting point for many Vandy runs. Joe Scheffer, Paul Cunningham and Sulivan were capable reserves. The outlook for this year is very bright, indeed. Of last yearls regulars, only Oliver, Hawkins, Sweeney, Whee- lock, Sharp, and Cummings are gone, and there is not only a wealth of reserve material from last year, but also some briliant material coming up from fresh- man ranks. Taylor Pointer succeeds C. W. Cooper as manager. COACH SCHWARTZ - 257 Qfwilc :Hr ,iy zhix ' ' ' H5 llflisl-Sig rent QOMMIODOIEUE, rose tu 1111 In f Ury im nm in . twQQ ,f9?A9 Top Row: L. Reynolds, Stewart, Neuhoff. Middle R-OW: Rooney, Gohden, Goalder, Mann, Tipton, Bottom Row: -YVZ1Slll011l'T1. Xvilliams, Myers CC'aptainJ. Bowden, Clay llnteriliiraternity lbiaseballll The Phi Kappa Psis, led by Captain Ernest Rice, Wo-n out in the mad scramble for the intramural baseball championship of 1929. Off to a flying start with Wins over the Betas and Lambda Chis, they defeated the Delces in a close game and ended the season with a one- sided victory over the Kappa Sigs. Teamwork and timely hitting on the part of each Phi Psi were responsible for their victories. Every man played consistently and at times brilliant ball. The pitching of lVIyers was the outstanding fea- ture of the tournament. The scores were as follows: Phi Kappa Psi ....... I2 Phi Kappa Psi .... . . 4 Beta Theta Pi . . . 8 Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . I Phi Kappa Psi . . . . IQ Phi Kappa Psi . . . . . 8 Lambda Chi Alpha . . . 5 Kappa Sigma . . . . O 258 HK :Hi :xi -. Q1 N 1111 IUV 4 -4' ,. 2 I I .R um -. XX Nth. I f-S . XF M 5. ., ,Ax 1 'xg X S X ,, Q X vg- , imyQS'X'2"-fx H. 5 ff, 1 , .x N!-Q: X ,XM xxx ' 5 X K 'Q xl xssx wg xW I X Q" E .1 ff ?"'5l:QS': f A .- . Q ' .- X .off 3: 4 ""i':-.h X 3, x A4 v' f g ' P I A 4 77 , N f 'Y 35, 'UI , , .-4 , "W V Niihgsggeggx V . ' - X X 4, ' ,ngaxgmlli X as ,QC , ,,Wg1is L. X "H v :ii '-Z ' W 1 ? , My -Q ' L .. , iyhau I htaaaiis. 'HW'-Q" I .:- D ' T 555' 1520835 Wm Q5 2353? 'ruth 1 I rnr: Ccoiyiivronoiar, ioao . if E gym 1114 lui WD :Ht 1111 11 Back Row: Coach Anderson. Catoe, Boylin. Ewing. Gibson, James. Baylor, Dale, Bob West. McNamara Second Row: Ireland. Wfilliams, Captain Bailey, Alternate Captain Hooff, Rowell, Pickett Front Row: Olin West, Pickering, Kennedy, Shull, Manager Ga.lb1'eatl1. 11929 Track Season Running his last year for Vanderbilt, Captain Bailey led Coach Anderson's track squad through another successful season. There was not a wealth of material out for the team, but in each instance there was a strong man for every event. In the dashes, John Sidney Sharp was a consistent winner, including the roo-yard dash, the 220 and the low hurdles, Captain Bailey was one of the best half-mile men that has ever worn the Gold and Black besides being on the relay team and a consistent winner in the mile run. Only once was Pickett pushed in the two-mile, almost coming through with a win on his First try for Southern Conference laurels. Harrison Shull developed from a distance man into a middle-distance man of no mean ability. In the quarter-mile field, as is characteristic of an Anderson squad, there was an abundance of material. There was Hooff running his last year on the team, having been a member of the 1928 S. I. C. record-breaking relay team 5' Hunter was running his third yearg Catoe and Sharp were running their first year on the relay team. Bob YVest took care of the high hurdles and ended his last year with two successive wins, against Tennessee and Sewanee, Such men as Pickering and Kennedy who were running their first year on the squad showed great promise, only being overshadowed by the more experienced and older members of the squad. In the field events, Dale was a consistent winner with the javelin, winning in every dual meet and placing in the Conference. Likewise, Captain-elect Gibson was a dependable winner with the discus. james and McNamara took care of the shot in a big way. Boylin and Sharp cared for the 220 low hurdles in fine style, the former being our big hope in the broad jump. There was a great deal of material' for the high jump, with such men as Baylor, Roberts, Ewing, and VVil- liams, who also took care of the pole vaulting situation. Rowell, Dale's understudy with the javelin, should come through ini Fine style this year. Owing to weather conditions the relay teams were handicapped in their preparations for Tech Relays. For the first time in Vanderbilt relay history two teams were taken to Atlanta, 260 MH! 1111 l l 1111 111 'rent coiviivtonornt, toao M111 1111 1111 ,J .7 1 g' 1111 :Hr :DAQ Hooft Hunter Catoe Sharp Bailey The Relay Team one and four-mile teams. Florida barely nosed out the mile team, while the four-mile team, although breaking 'the former record, placed only fourth. The teams were made up of Hooff, Hunter, Catoe, and Sharp, one mile, with Ireland, Shull, Pickett, and Bailey, four-mile. While the two relay teams were away at Tech, the remainder of the squad, under the supervision of Bob West, lost to the University of Louisville by the narrow margin of 61 to 56. Led by the brilliant running of Sharp, the team won an overwhelming victory in their first dual meet, from Kentucky, by the score of 75 to 42. On the following Saturday Vanderbilt met and defeated the undefeated team of the Louisville Y. M. C. A. The outstanding race of the day being the half-rnile run being won by Captain Bailey, who at the same time broke the home track record when he reached the tape with his time being something under two minutes. The loss to Tennessee by the margin of a single first place could in no way dampen the ardor of such a great team who in the same meet had captured more than a majority of the first places. Pickett's total subjection of Underwood, the crack miler of the Volunteers, was the outstanding event of the day. At the Southern Conference, the relay team was able to take only a second place, giving way to the strong W. and L, team. "Iron Man" Pickett, running for his first time at the Southern Conference was beaten by a mere six inches in the two-mile run, this being un- doubtedly the most thrilling race of the day. Dale, for Vanderbilt, placed fourth in the javelin. Although beaten by Tennessee and unable to register a first place at either Tech or the Southern Conference, the track team of 1929 was in no way a failure. The highest praise is due to Coach Anderson, who, after the loss of his star sprinter and anchor man, Iack Chesney, built up another strong team around Captain Bailey. The test of a good team comes when after your men have entered at least one or more events, to be able to win the relay, the last and most important event of the day. Coach Anderson holds the unique record of not having lostpthe relay in a dual meet for the last nineteen years. Does that make him a good coach or not. When the call goes out for the first 1930 practice, such stars as Bailey, Sharp, Hooff, Hunter, Dale, and West will be missing, but optimism prevails in the Vandy camp for under the leader- ship of Coach Anderson she will undoubtedly be represented by another strong team, which will be most ably led by Captain Roy Gibson. 261 V lug!!! 1111 :li 1 rm' IHS? 7 THE coiviivioboiaie, wao 533111 DHI 1111 i 7l i :Hi lui IHS-Sli? ,- - 61 - Standing tleft to rightyz Blackwell, McLeod. Hampton, Rowell, McCrary, .YVi11iams Sitting. Kilgore CCaptainJ. lhnitriamiuurall Tiraelk Sigma Alpha Epsilon walked away with the Intramural Track Meet of 1929, winning by a good margin of 14 points over their nearest rivals, the Beta Theta Pis. The S. A. E. freshmen also had the honor of winning the three- mile cross-country run for the freshman cup. The S. A. E. team was com- posed of Williams, Rowell, liicllwain, Kilgore, Hampton, Bridges, McCrary, Gullet, McLeod, Blackwell, Warmotith, and Porter. Crutch Ewing, Sigma Chi, was high point man with fifteen markers to his credit, with Willianis, S. A. E., a close second for scoring honors with thirteen. Medals were presented to the individual winners and a cup to the S. A. Efs. The event was a success all the way through and was put on by the varsity track men under the direction of Gus lVIorrow and Coach Bill Anderson. The team ranking at the finish of the meet was as follows: S. A. E., 505 Beta Theta Pi, 365 Phi Delta Theta, 225 D. K. E., 165 Sigma Chi, 155 Independent, 143 Delta Tau Delta, 55 Lambda Chi Alpha, 35 A. T. O., 1. 262 Q35-gilt mlb' ' :Lf ef in :Ugg I 'inane coiviiyionoeue, ioao Hi 1111 :LII 'uc :Ht 1111 in Back Row-Moore, Zbinden. Turner, Levy, Garrett. Front Row-Core, Archer, YVashburn, Porter. Swimming Team The 1929 season of the Vanderbilt Swimming Team showed the increased interest that is being taken in this sport. During the season, the team faced some of the best competition in this part of the country and sho-wed some very good form. Under the leadership of Captain Garner De Voe, the team worked hard and several very good swimmers were discovered. Among these was John De Voe, Whose exhibitions in the IOO-yard dash were very goo-d. The relay team, composed of Holmes, J. De Voe, Porter, and Captain Garner De Voc, Went through the season without a defeat. , This year thc team, under the direction of Earl Moc-i'e and J. T. Garrat, should develop some good material. It also has the services of several of last yearls "first-year men." These include Henry Dickinson, the breast-stroke artist, John Turner, a distance man, and two transfers, George Archer and John Co-re, who should give a good account of themselves in the coming season. There will be meets with the Memphis Y, the Chattanooga Y, the Knoxville Y, Georgia Tech, and perhaps with Cincinnati. Even in the face of this hard schedule, a mo-st successful season is expected, as all of last year's team is back except Garner De Voc. 263 Qiginl Int Cygw raqy V 1111 n rue coiyriyionoiair, iioao rx- 'xx Q1-' AL9 will IH! 1111 li at-N im im in CU? l W 1' TQD Parker, Vifarwick. Kirkpatrick Shipp, Erwin fCapta.inJ. Golf The Vanderbilt Golf Team of 1929, composed of Captain Jimmy Erwin, Ira Parker, Sam Kirkpatrick, Larry Shipp-, and Gump Warwick, were handicapped by unfavorable Weather in the early spring, which caused them to get off to a poor start. In the First conference matches, Vanderbilt lost to Georgia Tech and the following day tied Emory University in Atlanta. A few weeks later, Vanderbilt lost to Alabama in Nashville. The next foe en- countered was Sewanee, who- defeated the Vandy team by a small score. The last match of the season ended with a victory from Southwestern at Memphis. 264 Gym im w ig im mic? THE COMMODURE, 11930 n 1114 Int n 7V 1 1114 DHI 1 Captain Cram, McTyeire, Lowenstein, Cuninggim, Murphy. Tennis Season of 31929 The tennis team was composed of Cram, Captain and Number I, McTyei1'e, Number 2, Murph3f, Number 35 Lowenstein and Cuninggim, Number 4. The team record in the South was very good, but on the invasion to the East the team took several de- feats. At the Southern Conference meet in New Orleans, the Vanderbilt Tennis Team showed excellent strength. Led by Don Cram, 1928 Southern Conference Singles Champion, the double team was defeated in the finals by Tulane. In the singles, Don was defeated in the semi-finals by Boyon, of Tulane. 265 Qglill IH! GQ? 1111 :Hain 11 time eoiytiytononii, rosa mn: Y IH! 1111 If vill a L-NA 1111 :Ht U llntrainnral Tennis Varsity Doubles Team, Cram and McTyeire The first chapter to be swept aside by the Winners were the Kappa Sigs. The Sigma Nus then had easy going until they met the Kappa Alpha team. Burvvell and Joe Hill gave the Winners lots of trouble, but they finally came out by a one-match margin. ln the finals, the Phi Kappa Sigs, with Horner and Crowell playing both singles and the doubles, were beaten only after the closest playing of the meet. But Upchurch and Bo-nes in the singles, and Roberts and Upchurch in the doubles, took the cup by the necessary two out of three margin. The Sigma Nu tennis team, composed of Martiii Roberts, Sam Upchurch, and Billy Bc-nes, came safely through all their contests to- take the cup offered by the Committee on Intramural Sports for the best fraternity net team of 1929. The tournament was successful in arousing interest in tennis, which was its main objective. Almost every chapter on the campus had representatives in the matches, and the Sigma Nus Won only after meeting some stiff competitio-n. Sigma Nu Tennis Team 266 Cyrus IH: Cv4w 'a9 int- Y DHHS -if Ilfrexturvn J X ,fi Usefllirulll Bits of information from the Catalogue Vanderbilt University owes its foundation to the muniiicence and stock watering abilities of Commodore Van- derbilt, whose conscience hurt him to the extent of a half million rocks in 1873. This donation was responsible for the erection of College Hall, but probably had nothing to do with putting the wads of gum in the drinking fountain. We can't blame the Commodore for everything. A little later the Medical School was founded. The school was at first located in South Nashville. The organization of the School of Nursing and the growth of Peabody made it expedient to move the meds to the West Campus. ' A There have recently been installed on the campus more suitable buildings for sleeping through classes in Eng- lish and Economics. There is a new power plant, too, which supplies heat to Kissam Hall except in cold weather. The grounds are tastefully laid out in drives and walks, decorated with about one hundred and Hfty varieties of shade trees Caccording to the cataloguej, and with twice that many different kinds of architecture by actual count. There is a chapel building' in which local preachers and imported criminals may practice on the subjects. One of the newest buildings is Alumni Memorial Hall. The Alumni Association, which bothers ex-students, who have already been handicapped enough by the school, and who ought to be left alone, has an office and lounging rooms for the secretary on the first floor. To the sins of the building may be added the second fioor, where co-ed dances and Y. M. C. A. suppers are held, and the third floor, where the editors of the publications, who should be paying income taxes, are given free offices. The University Library contains almost as many volumes as talkative co-eds. It employs a large number of student assistants who would have little excuse for existence otherwise, as they are mostly graduate students. There is each year collected in fines for overdue books almost enough to pay for the expense of making the collec- tion, which is more than what the Deltas owe on their chapter house. Students are admitted who have three hundred dollars a year more than they could get rid of in a public institution, or who have gone to Webb School. The tuition is too high, but the bursar will accept postdated checks. A contingent fee which was formerly collected by the "Commodore" management or the fraternities now goes to the university. A fund is made up from the tuition fees to go to the Student Union. The money is used to keep the dean of women busy arranging a party for the co-eds to make the men students develop unexpected ailments and any surplus is usually spent sending somebody somewhere for no good reason except to get rid of his presence. Students who leave the University for sudden and unexpected reasons may go to David Lipscomb College. Ea-ch year a certain percentage of the Senior Class is elected to the Phi Beta Kappa society, whose mem- bership is coniined largely to the majors in Sociology and Biblical Literature. Each graduate receives a degree, congratulations and a bromo-seltzer, and starts to selling bonds or teaching school, whereby he may make a living if he marries rich. 1 f V 1 1 1 The Stiewcdautnti Council T Like the oflice of "Commodore Representative," the organization called the Stewed-unt Council is one of the things on the campus for which no one has ever found a use. The Stewed-unt Council holds elections-elections purified by the secrecy of the good presidentof that auspicious body, one Wux Cruckitt--and then loses the list of oliicers, so that no one knows whoinell is elected. The Council QAllah be praisedlj also gives dances-on which we are to understand they never come out ahead. False hope! They never fail to lose their shirt. And also the junior Prong, though for whose benefit this is, the Junior classes annually wonder. , And then the Council conducts investigations. Of what? Don't be a fool, not of anything-just investiga- tions. They are asking questions now about expenses of OTHER student organizations. Yeah, they investigate. Then the Stewed-unt Council meets-that's the thing they do oftenest and best. It is rumored that Brother Cruckitt fthe aforementioned VVoxyj knows what it is all about in these meetings, but it is a well established fact that no one save him alone knows what is being do ne until it is too late. It has been suggested that he go into the railroad business when he turns loose the reins of this body-but of course we have no reference to his methods of conducting these meetings. His tyranny here can find only one other equal on the campus-Brother Lightning fLardunderj Crownover, Lord Protector and Swayer of the Grand Order of Ada, See 'Em Fly. QQQEQQEQEQQEQSEQQQMSQNQ C 7 t B 0 R E W 0 R D Q Friends, fellow sufferers and fellow bores, we present the 1930 Common- C bore in the earnest hope that it will go W down in your libraries as a record of a 'Wg great fool year. ,The Commonbore N makes its initial bow as the record of a few more prominent individuals and C school organizations who, we feel, have 7 W done their' part in the upbuilding of a 'img greater Vanderbilt by their actions f and what actions they were!j and by devot- ing themselves whole-heartedly to their C purpose. We beg of you, take the Com- 7 Emi' monbore for what it is worth, and if your bug name ain't in here, don't feel downcast-it should be. 25 Qi C 7 lm W3 weyeiwsiegfeiwaiswewaw "The Commodore" presents to its readers a few typical pages from a rival publication, "The Commonborev f' DEDICATION In the perpetration of a greater Vanderbilt "Y" the illustrious gent above has hoaxed nearly everyone on the campus wid ' is ugguniza- tiong down the annals of Time in the University, Vux's name will stand out as a man who has done everything, seen everything and felt everything. We point with pride to .lay Vulux Cruckitt, the only All-University man on the campus, and most joyously dedicate this little volume to him as a slight means of showing our appreciation of his services "The Commonborev is fittingly dedicated to one of the most prominent students on the campus U 0 Q feg9'sfIi',gW'fi-Ulla Isxgm SS A " 0 qff Y' 9 0-gfm..-Q ee Y s-.SPN-'X 0 , T' 1' 1 fm I F5 sf. li I FRANK FoRT TRUE Phi Kappa Pri Head Man Campus Capers, '27, '28, '29. '30. All-Ameriozin Telephone Booth Team, '28, Tied for title of Simplest Man in the University, '29-'30, with "Auburn" Orr. EUGENE ORR Phi Delta Thela fAubuI'n Chapterj Who left the door open? Au- burn's gain was our loss, All women look alike to him. "The face that launched a thousand quipsf' H. I. SHULL Delta Kappa Epsilon Most popular man to ever en- ter Tri Delta house Cfor two and one-halt yfars, until the Kappa. Alpha Thetas got hold of himb. Candidate for Scar- I-itt College for Christian llforkers, in which he serves as it horrible example. MARK COLLIER Delta Tau Delta Undergraduate Fellow in Bib- lical Literature. President of Freshman Class, 1890-1930. ' we BILLY GALEIIEATH Sigma fflpha Epsilon Member of Long Boulevard Trotters. Savior of Sigma Al- pha Epsilon the and Berbette hziliinv-e enola other, which loaves S. A. E. in an awful shapoj. Composer of songs, ol' which most popular is "Am I Brewed," sometimes interpret- ed as "Am I Rude" or "Stexved" but nobody knows. Hes simple all the time. BOLAND FITZGERALD Kappa Alpha "Lil" Mulcfacu, product ol' Hilburn air. They musta. given him the works. Charter mem- ber of Sandblowers' League. Co-respondent in the famous Smith-True divorce case. A "True" Southern gentleman. . LIGHTNING CROWNOVER Eta Sigma Phi Tumblebugs. '29. '30. Roads Scholm- Che knows them alll. Illustration of the rule, "Spare the rod and spoil the child" and "Fleece was long and woo'y and ful' of fleas-to his knees," etc. Y'l:n0W. G. V. HUTCHINSON Phi Kappa Pxi Voted cleanest man on cam- pus. Member campus "WatclI and Ward" Society. CWatcli Shotguns, etc.J The wrath of God fallen upon Phi Kappa Psi. mg, mqfgg-0, g4 HW?-s o '2's?g,9,, I Y 111 azf fgy Whig, A typical page taken from the Senior Class section of the 1930 "Commonbore" SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON President Galbreath at his usual occupation of tossing the bull. 1 ax. ,..,-nZ.J PHI DELTA THETA This fraternity, noted for its paucity of members, meets under its officers, who are in full regalia. Members may be identified by the city directory. Two groups taken at random from the fraternity section of the "C0mmonbore" s Our Weekly Sunday Night To counteract the dangerous elements that have been opposing the continuation of the Sunday Night Suppers of the Y. M. C. A., I take it upon myself to write in defense of the institution. There is no doubt that there are disadvantages, but nevertheless there are advantages of the system which have only to be noted to insure its continuation. ln the first place, there is the food. It is- really food by the definition in Vllebsterls dictionary, though perhaps by no other test. But the obvious beneht of the suppers is that students leave and are sublimely happy and contented to eat at the various chapter houses for the rest of the week. And the nerves of the table managers are saved, for no one who has eaten a Y. M. C. A. supper will ever object to anyfraternity house meal. lt is also true that the moral tone of the University is uplifted. In spite of the fact that dyspepsia is a cause of profantiy, there are compensations. A great deal of gambling is avoided, as boys are kept from dog wagons and slot machines. And although it is probably true that one could get better food for less money at the dog wagons, and that one leaves the Y. M. C. A. supper in the kind of mood in which he is lik-ely to throw half dollars at stray cats, the money is at least lost without the moral sin. Too much cannot be said about the programs. There is no doubt that they are better than the chapel programs, but there are attendant disadvantages. For instance, one can easily sleep in chapel by the simple method of using a song book for a pillow. And there is the consolation that one sits across the aisle from the co-eds, and not among them. Sleeping with the co-eds at chapel has its disadvantages, but it is not as bad as listening to them at the suppers. They have also saved the University money, as if the Alumni Building had tire escapes, no one would stay for the programs, and failing to put in the said fire escapes has saved the University quite a bit of cash. ' 1 1 1 She fwas a freshman in Chemislry I, He an insfructor in lab.,' She had a pair of enrhanting blue eyes, And he had the gifl of gab. He told her he loved her as H2 lowes O, find mentioned the chemical bondj Her heart 4-was of metal unlenofwn lo his fesis- It zzlterly failed Zo respond. He threatened to swallow, if she remained fold, fl glass of HyCl2,' He rafved on "ajfnity" unlil Ihe air Had Iurned a decided deep blue. But all of his pleading eould not move her hearty ' He fnally despaired of success, flnd drolwned all his trouble forever and aye In a nite little dose of fls. The Allalfanderhilt Coallfd Basketball Team OR llilive lllirails Completely at Sea KITTY MONTGOMERY . . Very Fort-ward BEVERLY CATE . . . . . . Forfward JOHN THOMPSON . . . Center Peoov O,CONNOR . . . Guard . . . . ...Guard DOT CULBERT . . Dishonorable Discharge: Sara Lipscomb, shortstop, Anna White, goal tenderg Betty Crawford, strokeg and Ab johnson, coxswain. In the two forwards we feel that we have secured excellent balance. One offsets the other. They have a very intimate knowledge of the game, and if you don't believe this ask Ed Bringhurst. They are very dangerous on the offense and both are well adapted to the man-to-man defense. In fact, Miss Montgom- ery would be of invaluable aid psychologically through her repeated cries of "get your man." Both can show some speed when necessary. The center position is a delicate one to pick, as it usually involves something or other. In this case it was generally conceded that the one with the best tip- off possibilities would be chosen. As Miss Thompson is recognized as quite tipsy, he was presented with the award, which will be announced in the next issue of "Love Life of a Sailor." As far as feeding the ball to her teammates, Miss Thompson's grace and thorough knowledge of table etiquette is unsurpassed. As you all know, a running guard must be an able court player. Miss OlConnor has no peers nor scru- ples at courting. We selected Miss O'Connor because she was a little too forward to be center, and she would be heart-broken if she hadn't made the team somewhere. We also decided that Miss O'Connor would play the best game of all, as she had never played before. Up in the air. That's what the standing guard has to be all the time. And Dot Culbert gets the call with several hands to spare. Not a spectacular or gaudy player, Miss Culbert is cold-bloodedness itself. She doesn't rush out and meet the man coming down, but remains cool and aloof-until the proper time, of course. T e Masquerader and The Three Bishops Although only one of these publications is a member of the Southern Association of College Comics, the other is doubtless more deserving of the place. The Masquerader, which is revived once a year by the Calumet Club, and annually bled to death by its editor, exists under the alias of a humorous publication. The Three Bishops is the brain child of one John Crowe Ransom, of whom better things were expected. It has been maltreated for some time by I. Lacey Reynolds, chief perpetrator, and ,Louis Farrell, the financial genius of -the combination. The name for this froth was picked by a vote of the class. It is rumored that an impartial vote would have chosen The Noise That English Nine Makes as a more descriptive name, although the minds of the boys in the class ran more to the first title, Horns and Tales." The great virtue of the aforementioned Masqueracler is that the student body, ignorant of the time when it will appear on the campus, is kept in such constant suspense at intervals of about two months that they will laugh at the jokes through hysteria. , To return to The Three Bishops, for it would be entirely forgotten if we should leave it far behind us, where it belongs, it may be noted that its great contribution to literature is the discovery of Walter Paschall. But, lest the reader should be misled, he was not found in a hollow stump, but was discovered in the vicinity of the A. T. O. house. He has invented an entirely new style, which nobody knows whether to classify as poetry, prose, or cross- word puzzles. This has run the typesetters crazy in two printing establishments already, and the other printers in the state are carefully avoiding the persistent Mr. Farrell. But the future of the sheet is assured. For almost any member of the class may follow the example of its in- tellectual member, George Webb, and purchase temporary immunity from the wrath of the pedagogue by subscrib- ing several times in as many different names. Three graduate students have already adopted as a subject for a thesis the problem: "Has The Three Bishops Ever Had a Conscious Subscriber?" But they are not aware that they are undertaking a proposition that is self-evident, for any subscriber of the magazine is evidently either not in full possession of his faculties, or else has had insomnia in English 9, and has therefore had to listen to the lectures. 1 1 1 1 1 1 The Hustler and Y. M. C.. A. Directory Here is another instance of two strangely similar publications. The main point of similarity is that neither of the papers require any effort after school starts, as is proved by the nocturnal activities of Editor McNeill on nights that the Hustler is' supposed to be edited. Of course, everyone realizes that such matter as appears in the Hustler cannot possibly have been edited, even by McNeill. But the main advantage of the Dirertory over the Hustler is that all the graft of the Directory is in the hands of, or rather the pockets, of one man, or rather one Y. M. C. A-er. The Directory also has more news than the Hustler, in spite of its annual issue. There are ,a mere handful of students who have not learned new ways of spell- ing their own name by perusing this handy little booklet. It is also supposed that the book has saved local frater- nity houses a great amount of money, ever since the manager of a chapter house here read The Specialist, and de- cided that a handbook was as good as a mail order catalogue, and twice as appropriate. Innocent fraternity freshmen, knowing nothing of the perils of the college, are actually advised in the companion to the Directory, the Freslzmarfs Friend, to take part in such activities as the Hustler and the Y. M. C. A. Some even do. But not until they have degenerated to the mental status of a true Y. M. C. A. worker can they take part except under threats from an upperclassman. Dr. Sanborn is planning a bit of research to find out if the Y. M. C. A. workers are suckers by heredity or environment. I 1 1 1 1 1 1 Francis Craig and His Columbia Recording Orchestra VVhen Francis Craig was at Vanderbilt he organized his own orchestra. under the name of the Vanderbilt University Jazz Band and made his 'way through school. The Chancellor objected to Craig's using Vanderbilfs name in connection with jazz and soon put a. halt to the title. Several yea.rs later Craig began another orchestra., which has since become widely known through Columbia. recordings and broadcasting over VVSM at Nashville. "Francis Craig and His Columbia Recording Orchestra" is one of the most popular orches- tras in Southern collegiate circles, as is shown by the fact that they have played for almost every large university. XVhen Craig's orchestra was chosen last .Tune for the Vanderbilt tinals, it was the first time in the history of the University that local musicians had played for the event. Almost every fraternity dance in Nashville is furnished with music by Craig. His orchestra. is one of the most outstanding in the country. Beatrice Fairfax ASK HER ANYTHING-WHAT DOES SHE CARE? Querlion: I am an old Spinster-just that, and noth- ing more. As far back as I can remember I have been an old Spinster. People see me on the street now and say: "Just look at that old Spinster." In fact, my head is spinning right now. What shall I do? C. D. ffnsfwer: Either go into the textile industry or take a sedative. Question: I am a poet-that is, I write poems. No one seems to appreciate me, though. Is my muse failing? How are the symptoms? Every morning I have not the slightest desire to wake up. Can I be in love? Shall I lock myself in a monastery and there commune with Something? Oh, tell me! DISTRACTED J. T. fIn.mver.' While this last suggestion of yours is most admirable, we feel that this is rather tepid to the vast number of possibilities open to your resourceful mind. Have you ever thought of a cliff and a fathomless ravine? QllE.S'fi07Z.' My dear, I don't know how to ask you this, because I really mean I've never done this sort of thing before, I mean I really haven't. It is so VERY intriguing, though, and I just know that you will help me. VVon't you, dear? It's really very deli- cate to say, but I know you will understand. Bee, dear, I'm asking you as one woman to another. I have an open date next October the third. A. B. .41zswer.' Are you sure you're meeting people half- way? Do you feel tired and listless nights? Do you feel that you have no one to trust? If so or no, send for my illustrated booklet, "Trials of Trystingf' or "W7hat I Feel Every Girl Already Knows." . Querlion: I am a young boy of medium age, and my friends tell me I'm very attractive. I am the life of every party. However, no girl will take me se- riously. They invariably go off with others. I've read all the advertisements, and still can't find the trouble. just a jester-nothing more-nothing more. GENE O. .4nsfwer.' Sounds like you're Raven. VVhat you need, Gene O., is a good, virile moustache, a luxurious one that makes you look malignant. As it is, you are too inoffensive. With a moustache as a disguise you could crush hearts like C. Polk does. Question: Is there any foundation for the adage that the prettiest girls marry the homeliest men? If this is true, I don't know what'll become of me. A. MCN. Ansfwer: This is but a derivation of the original, "VVomen, women, women, you'll be the death of me." You should be very careful, especially if your birth- stone is opal. 1 1 1 1 1 1 A vaaaa-rare tayii I went to Vanderbilt in I927. For years I had heard of the delightful Nashville climate, the town in which "Vandy," as it is commonly called, is located. I had heard much about the bracing atmosphere, so clean and healthful, and the absence of rain. When I dismounted from the "cars" my watch said three in the afternoon, but the lights were on in the streets and the station, and I could see them faintly through the smoke as'I wandered along the cinder path the natives of this unfortunate community call "Broad Street." There also seemed to be a large amount of water coming from somewhere, but it was about at that time of year at which cows migrate South, and so I thought that a large drove, or "herd," as they are commonly called, were being "driven" southward. CEd. note.-This fool probably means, "ducks."j A passing taxi Stopped. "Hey!" I says to the taxi man, or, as they are commonly called, "cabbies," "I want to go to Kissam Hall. Isn'tAit rather rain- ing?" The "cabby" squinted an eye heavenward. "Is sorta heavy mist today, ain't it?" he reposted ta form of sport known as reposting, or the remailing of letters, or Ubillet doux," as they are commonly calledj. I restrained my wrath with difficulty and climbed in the cab and we were soon on our way 'midst the shouts and cheers of the "red caps,l' whom I had so thoughtfully forgotten to pay. We soon arrived at Kissam Hall, an imposing brick and stone structure standing in the midst of a de- lightful pasture of shrubbery, which gave off a most pleasing odor of jimpson weed and another odor which I was Soon to know and love for what it was-the odor of the collegian. I went up the broad stone steps. At the broad, hospitable door stood a broad, hospitable matron, who beamed when she saw me. "W7ell, I'll be damned," she whooped, Smirking broadly, "if it ain't Tom Brown, the tarnsarndest rascal ever I see." And such was indeed the case. It was old "Mammy" Blossom, with whom I had romped and played when a mere babe in arms. "Come back and have some tea," she said. And so I did. The boys were whooping it up that night. Some- where off east, the cry of the what-not sounded across the bay. The moon was covered by a long gray cloud, a dog howledg a woman on the fourth Hoor screamed, the bedsprings creaked in West Side Rowg I cuddled my dog Rover, curled up close to me in my blankets. At one stride came the dark, and the first day of the motorcycle boys in Saskatchewan was brought to a close. Egg-RHI DH! 111111. 111111 1111 1113323 i l 'lwffg In the illlemnrg EQ of E1 5 One Who came after his graduation to Vanderbilt to teach ' and lived his life on this Campusg 4 J Who was a great and living influence and H L: . . . . II Q died in his very primeg ' ' Who took the students and their interests i and activities into his heartg E Whom generations of them looked up to and loved, 5 Q And Whose line ideals they have never forgot, ' E1 - ig 'N 4 . william iflnflnnh Bnhleg ' it EQ 1355-1914 h E E? Srhnlar, Svrrnrtmnnn, Gentleman E' Professor of Chemistry, Dean of Vanderbilt Medical School E1 Founder and President of Vanderbilt Athletic H E " Association Founder and President of Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association 5 Ubin Huge 315 Behirnieh hg Une Hlhn E' ilinenr nnh lflnueh Hint E1 E1 6542? 59,3 23553111 FIU mn ,nm - lm inmifg U sow M fix W A bas "Vandy" He who with good cheer purchased' this bright Seeks not himself or Wares to advertise, But in an humble Way to give his praise To VANDERBILT, a round sonorous Word, And to the Warrior-sounding COMMODORE, And, if so be he can, to propagate In those who love these names and hold the m Distaste of "Vand ," that abortive Word, Y A vulgar nickname that was born of sloth, A Word that sounds no better than it looks And so unfit for either cheer or flag- A word that should before it is too late Be excised, extirped and obliterate. -Anon. 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