Vanderbilt University - Commodore Yearbook (Nashville, TN)

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Q. 7 ,If Q10 i Qs l ,. 4 gr S ll 1 'W ll Ez 92 ' Ig? llg ll'f':N llmx? my lax? iw ll LI, - A, v me , 14 51 gf nga" 'l iii Q: -HT' 1: ,ilu iz NS? x 3' lei,- ', an si 252 - ng, 1-51 .V . 1- iii ' 1551 5 5, Tl f .w '. N-H1 5 5-,Q . ff? . 2.- il' f' 4:1 , Z5"l .L . N L Qi T jf. 1 Slai- li! Glzcuzceffor jfirkfang rqually uprighf, pafienf, and tireless, in his service fo the Universily, is Chancellor Kirkland, who is largely responsible for all fhaf is finest at Vanderbilt. DEAN CDF MEN One of the most popular administrative officers of the University is Dean Sarratt. He is a believer in the old policy of the iron hand in the silken glove, and by seeking voluntary co-operation of the student body before resorting to disciplinary measures, he retains the respect and friend- ship of the students, and at the same time maintains a high standard of personal conduct among them. Possessed of a genuine sympathy for, and interest in, the affairs of the students, Dean Sarratt is regarded by them as a real friend and adviser. He is always ready and willing to offer his advice and his aid to any student who needs a friendly hand, or whose problems have become too great to bear by himself. DEAN CHARLES M. SARRATT Dean of Men WITH THE DEANS DEAN OF WCMEN One of the busy offices in College Hall is that of Dean Ada Belle Stapleton, whose many friends among the stu- dents, and not only among the co-eds, are in the habit of dropping in there to pay a visit to the Lady Dean. Dean Stapleton is a vigorous supporter of the rights of women students, and has done much during the time she has been at Vanderbilt to improve the status of co-eds on the campus. At the same time she stands firm in her insist- ence on all the womanly virtues, and her objective at all times is to have the Vanderbilt Women students represent the highest and finest type of womanhood. In addition to carrying on her duties as Dean of Women, Dean Stapleton is a popular member of the English de- partment of the University, and her classes find a wide appeal among the students of English Literature. 0 PAGE 24 0 DEAN ADA BELLE STAPLETON Dean of Women DEAN FRANKLIN C. PASCHAL Dean of College of Arfs and Science I' R X 1 i,.., ARTS AND SCIENCE The University has indeed felt the absence, during part of the current year, of Dean Franklin C. Paschal, of the College of Arts and Sciences, who has been on leave be- cause of illness. The College misses the iron grip on its administrative affairs which Dean Paschal was wont to maintain. Among many of the students who have tried to get their cuts excused, Dean Paschal is regarded as being hard-boiled. However, it is rumored that in several instances he has revealed an unsuspected softer side of his nature by ex- cusing absences which were occasioned by affairs of the heart. At any rate, we may express, on behalf of the University, the sincerewish and hope that Dean Paschal will soon be recovered completely, and will be back at the helm when the fall session opens. AT VANDERBILT DEAN FRED J. LEWIS Dean of School of Engineering SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING For some years now Professor Fred Lewis has been one of the most popular and able professors in the En- gineering School, so it was but natural that, upon the death of Dean Schuerman, he should have been selected as Dean. A very hard worker and an excellent teacher, Dean Lewis has proved to be equally at home in his new position. He is quite popular with the Engineering students in spite of the fact that he lceeps their noses to the grindstone, for they lcnow that he is hard but fair, and that he worlcs even harder himself than he would have them work. It is certain that there will be no decline in the scholastic standing of the Engineering School under Dean Lewis, and the Uimiversity is fortunate in having a man of his ability on hand to talce over the position of Dean. 0 PAGE 25 0 IJX1. I-if is I: , II xi- ll Q li silfqif-iii, I lk ' is PM if 'VX' fl Q' I'-xlfxilxlf fn, I i.,t I .Qi--l',I.QN Il ll Q'-lfFs,,l,liI II if la I0 JI U. sol-soot oF RELIGION Dr. George B. Winton, Dean of the School of Religion, is one of the most likeable members of the entire faculty of Vanderbilt University. Having behind him a wide ex- perience in the practical affairs of life, Dr. Winton has acquired a broad human sympathy which makes him re- spected and beloved by all the students under him. His work is characterized by a real interest in the subject he has in hand, and by an earnest eifort to help the student along the difficult path of knowledge. He has shown himself a capable leader by ably directing the affairs of the School of Religion, and under his leader- ship that School has been operating smoothly and function- ing quite normally in spite of the loss of Wesley Hall last year. WITH THE DEA SCHOOL OF MEDICINE One of the leading factors in the growth and develop- ment of the Vanderbilt School of Medicine in recent years has been the fine work of Dean W. S. Leathers of that School. The School of Medicine is one of the largest and most important departments in the University, and this means that there is a large responsibility placed on the shoulders of Dean Leathers to keep things running smoothly in that branch of the University. He has proved more than capable of bearing this responsibility, and due to his untiring efforts in part, the Vanderbilt School of Medicine has a line reputation among the medical men of the South, and of the nation. 0 IPAGE 26 0 DEAN GEORGE B. WINTON Dean of School of Religion DEAN WALTER S. LEATHERS Dean of School of Medicine NS DEAN EARL C. ARNOLD Dean of School of Law SCHOOL OF LAW Coming to Vanderbilt several years ago, Dean E. C. Arnold took over the destinies of the Law School and im- mediately threw himself into the job of seeing that the Vanderbilt Law School took place with the front rank of the nation's law schools. As part of this program he has made the law course more rigorous until today the graduates of Vanderbilt are as well equipped to meet the exigencies of their profession as those of any school in the country. In addition to raising the scholastic standard of the Law School, Dean Arnold has succeeded in arousing among the student lawyers a line spirit of loyalty to the Law School and to the University. His personal popularity among the students isianother evidence of the successful administration of Law School affairs under Dean Arnold. AT VANDERBILT DEAN SHIRLEY C. TITUS Dean of School of Nursing SCHOOL OF NURSING Dean Shirley Titus of the Vanderbilt School of Nursing is another capable and well-liked member of the Vanderbilt family of deans. She has directly under her supervision the mental, physical, and moral welfare of the young women seeking the degree of R.N., and it is with a keen sense of responsibility to her charge that Dean Titus administers the affairs of the School of Nursing. By maintaining a high standard of study and hard work, Dean Titus has won for this school the name of being one of the best schools of nursing in the South, and she is to be congratulated for her efforts and success along this line. I0 PAGE 27 9 R, , .. : g Fi ,I I I -,I 5' ii,Ii'eI Il -1-I. w .'HI.w 1-I 'Q I ' 1-' 1' 'A I. -4 time w If I' . I IJ 'fig -M, , 292. xx.. 3,27 i'-:iid-3" , . Lil II I J ., I -, 1.-1 , ,. f ,. EI I .. 1' 'i lt . , fix V, Iggy! I ,, I W jpg, i Ilaf' Y :QQ all 44' ,nj L f- -. ff I .. .-QI' M' Il ff J Morning was golden when from one high tower The cool hell stirred its bronze and rang the hour. Trees were all April to our youthful mood, And suns lit golden Morning in the hloodg For what is Morning hut to tread old ways Where other steps have trod , and measure days With eager touch as for an ancient door That willingly swings as it has swung heforeg Wlvere youthful feet have passed and yet will pass Morning ahides on tree and tower and grassg And Morning rules where voices murmuring From April windows summon up the Spring. Old paths may change, new faces light old walls, Morning will still he golden in these halls. -JOHN DONALD DAVIDSON f x Q52 -..............i.. , l...i..........1.--i- 1' 'N XX f - X. K EXX 7 -5 1 gr- L...f+' -1.....,,.4, 25, ..'4xY?9Yf',3317E'm ".-' "".?7' ZLII.. 'fn 'wif "K x in. 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HENDERSON Vice-Prcsidffzl ELEANOR WEBER Sen'elaz'y-Trmsurfr SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING VAUGHAN MANSFIELD P1'6'J'idEIZl' GEORGE BREW Vice-President MILTON Ross Secreiary- Trea.fu1'er SCHOOL OF LAW CLAUDE S. VCARNEY, JR. President STUM VVELLS Vice-President HARRY HURWITZ Secretary- Treasurer SCHOOL OF RELIGION H. S. MCCONNELL Presiderzl RAYMOND BISHOP Vice-Praviderzi JOHN P. LEWIS Secretary-T1'L'a5urfr ,W ,.,.E.,,.-nv, --fyfrrn-E-'qw-'Ta if .73 1- Lal in I , -'..,' QQ ...T ISL K2 V5 , ml It gg .ii E11 fl kk., EU 'S ,. .wg Eff if! I. " T 'F'-A1ZfffL1Q?LQTliT'-'f-'FI' 5--ff . ww .gYi33441,f:4,.-2 -- -- .E-1-1 1-y,:yfg.'.-A AV-- .,n gn Iii R.- rs fo .za -'-'jg'-ig-j"j ,. A mg-'-'few vga,- ' Ai'Ei4:."1"'raz-are wi, , , ' Q'-"Pa 3:55-. ...A J N-mm., .-, ...,..f,...,,, "fr"-fu-1 J:-my. FFA, JOE LESTER ABRAHAM HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA Z B T Arts and Science Associate Editor Hustler, 'glg Sophomore Honor Roll, '32g Sergeant-at-Arms, Eta Sigma Phi ,315 Phi Beta Kappag President Freshman Lavsi, '33. MORRIS ADLER NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE Z B T Arls and Science JOHN ALBERS NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE E X Engineering Tau Deltag Pan-Hellenic Councilg President A. ELIZABETH ALEXANDER NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE I' II? B Art.: and Srience Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. ROBERT PRESTON BARRY, JR. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE E N Engineering Tau Delta. MARTHA BEATON BASKETTE NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE K A 9 Arts and Scienfe S.C.E Sophomore Honor Rollg Eta Sigma Phi. i -f A E ,E .L..,....,,,H,T,qE- . .EA 5, V, , ' 'L' , -. SENIQIQS 4'-,msrifihr rglnbyr- :ii--1.1.-.3E'g"jgS:'.an+!c.g.':ff' jg -I--A 'LCA' Srczem. ,wr-A-fr" ,,.-W. I ELISABETI-I EDWARDS BEASLEY NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE I' 411 B Arts and Science Co-Editor, '30-'31, President Co-Editors, '31, Vander- bilt Singers, '30, President Girls' Glee Club, '31, Three Arts, '32-'33, Student Council, ,32: W. S. G. A., '33, Hustler Staff, '32, Co-Editor Hustler, '33, Basketball, 731, '32, '33, Co-Editor Freshman "V" Book, '33, COM- MODORE Board, '32-'33, Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet, '31, '32, '33, President Y. W. C. A., '33. LUCILE ADELE BEASLEY NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE I' 111 B Arts and Science WILLIAM RAYMOND BISHOP NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE ' Religion KATHERINE LOUISE BLAIR NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE I' 'if B Arts and Science WARNER I-IILL BOWDEN NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE CIP K Nl' Arts and Science Hustler Staff, '29, Cap and Bells, '29, Black Jacks, '29, Pan-Hellenic Council, '29, Vice-President Pan-Hellenic, '30-'31, Owl Club, '29-'30, Vice-President Owl Club, '30-'31, Brutum Fulmen Club, '30-'31, Advertising Manager Hustler, '31-'32, Business Manager Hustler, '32-'33, Senior Cheer Leader, '32-'33, Manager Com- modore Band, '32-'33, Cap and Bells Board, '31-'32, President Cap and Bells Club, '32-'33, COMMODORE Representative Freshman Class, Sergeant-at-Arms, Sophomore Class. . JACK BRADEN NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 'IP A 9 Arts and Science Cap and Bells Club, '30, Cap and Bells Board, '32-'33, COMMODORE Board, '30-'31, Ace Club, '31, , ,:,, , S?" ,Iyar-M " Sugar I E J B' . .. , .-, Lif--1-1-24---N M-f V-- ,Avw-'elw' ' i SENIORS 'TXT -17 X455 ki fig: ,e-7'V',f 1 A 41" 1: :f x -. ' Y" of x .JQIL 4:1265 , L ,tE.T,:,, ,1 Tr, Y . -, -mr' , ,F we-, 1 -4--.....4.L -' 4.4- --A-I. A mam' ,LL,e,.1a-nf TEE'-. . ,, "5e'4:gLsngag:...e-L ' 'er- L 1--.L ,, , ""Nh1:",v,..,n -D, A '.,..I-,L th., S Y. . Epp s WILLIAM HENRY BRADEN, JR. NATCHEZ, MISSISSIPPI K 2 Art: and Science AMY BREYER NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE Arts and Science Phi Beta Kappag Eta Sigma Phig Delta Phi Alphag Chairman Freshman Classg Co-Editorsg Scribblersg Student Council, '29-'3og Honor Committee, '29-'gog Lotus Eaters, '30-'3Ig Basketball, ,29, ,30, ,3I. VVILLIAM THOMAS BUCHANAN HENDERSONVILLE, TENNESSEE Engineering JAMES WILLIS BURKS, JR. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE A K E Aff! and Science JEWELL HAVENS BURNLEY HARTSVILLE, TENNESSEE K A 9 iris and Science Lotus Eatersg Three Artsg Girls' Glee Clubg Junior Swimming Team. l J CLAUDE SHANNON CARNEY, JR. RIPLEY, TENNESSEE A K E Lafw President Senior Law Class, 'ggg Callaghan and Co. Prize, 'gzg Freshman Law Scholarship, '3rg Student Council, '32-'33. mmwege-.A L -Ea'-mf. , , ff LJ fm-A - I SENIQ12g if . :ry -Q-'7iit'LTS" 'WA C maid-L AL BERTIE CARSON AALPENA PASS, ARKANSAS Graduaie J. LAURA CATES NEWNAN, GEORGIA A A A Arif and Science BRUCKNER CHASE . NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE B 9 H Arts and Science Business Manager COMMODORE, '31-'32, Assistant Busi- ness Manager COMMODORE, '30-'31, COMMODORE Board, '32-'33s GIGS Club, '29-'30, '30-'sn '31-'32, ,32'l33S Manager of Glee Club, '31-'32, President of Glee Club, '32-'33, Secretary-Treasurer, Blue Pencil Club, '30-'31, Calumet Club, '31-'32, '32-'33, President Calumet Club, '32-'33, Freshman Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '29-'30, Chairman Sophomore Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '30-'31, Brutum Fulmen, '31-'32, Sophomore Honor Roll, Com- modore Club, Pan-Hellenic Council, '31-'32, DAVIS A. CLARK SWEETWATER, TEXAS X SIP Arif and Science Ace Club, Pan-Hellenic Council, Glee Club, '30, Band, '29, '3O, '31, '32, Tennis Team, ,3I, '32, '33, Captain Tennis Team, '33, Assistant Basketball Manager, '32. ARMISTEAD F. CLAY OAKLAND, TENNESSEE SIP K NI' Law Vice-President Student Union, '52-,33Q Student Union, '31-'32, President Freshman Law, '30-'31 3 Pan-Hellenic, '31-'32, COMMODORE Board, '28-'29, Hustler Staff, '31- '32g Secretary-Treasurer Freshman Class, '27-'28g President Eta Sigma Phi, '28-'29, Blue Pencil Club, '27-'28, Y. M. C'. A., '27-'28-'29, Cap and Bells, '28- '29, Phi Delta Phi. GEORGE C. CLOYS, JR. UNION CITY, TENNESSEE A T A iris and Science Band, '29-'30, Cap and Bells Club, '30, Ace Club, '30- '3Ig Owl Club, '3I-'32, Assistant Manager Football, '3Ig Glee Club, '31-'32, Pan-Hellenic Council, '31-'32, Cap and Bells Board, '32-'33, Masque Staff, ,QI-133. , ,-g-71, .,2L:f:.n....: ' :Jesui- gENlCDRS H A , - ll, ggggf, .-,. ea- ff-. .W , f-- ffi-"r":"' l :Mer ' ,,- -.ew x A 1+ F7 f' XX ui., ,VV NQEEQ' , 3 ew f"x if , 1 ,A ,f K, ', ll ...,..-....,....T.-V-, .A ,,,. I... .. .1-ge,-1 . , .., J' 4..,..,.. A- .. ll i 'ww lj 5 li ,i H I, Ii fi ,E "5 -..di Il l X ll 'l at l .E 2 l I 1 .l fr z fi 2 E fi 24 4 E fl fi Z EZ is fi 7 V4 II 2 li 3? iz 7? :Y 'F li .3 l v, 91 - 4 1 fi Z5 QE 2 I I 1 A S Q I f i Z l 5 l I ll la I . Ax,- -ag ef A .- f ' 1 t -,rt X' I .L..-..- .R .V L- ,L , .,-,....L, -4s1Y:LL-Li. :':-fwxsr -..AL - A ,L .. ., ,,,, ,. , ., . Nm.. K, ,. 1 K -"-H A.. W "J 1 ' '-1' I-vilfefz? , "3 , ' ' - Maw ,S-,gn -A ...-wx . I vi--Amgan I. -,. , 'T JE'-Juli-,,, WILLIAM N. COOK FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE fb K 2, 'IJ X Ari.: and Science Skulls and Bones, 'go-'32, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, ,QO-,3I. 0 EMILY E. CRAWFORD A A A NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Arts and Science Class and Sorority Basketball, '30-,3I-'32-'33, Lotus Eaters, Secretary and Treasurer of Athletic Associa- tion, '32, President of Athletic Association, W. S. G. A., '33, Student Union Representative, 133, Glee Club, '30, Junior Class Chairman, y32. ALONZO W. DANIEL NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE K A, SIP X Arts and Science Ace Club, ,29-,SOQ Secretary and Treasurer Ace Club '29-'30, Skull and Bones Club, '29-'32, Cap and BellS Club, ,29-,3O. JOI-IN WILLIAM DIDCOCT NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE A K E .f7rZ.I and Science Glee Club, '29-'32. MARTHA ANN DILLON NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE K A 9 Arif and Science Eta Sigma Phi, Phi Beta Kappa, Vanderbilt Singers, '29-'30-'31, Lotus Eaters, '30-'31, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 130-,QIQ Secretary Eta Sigma Phi, '30-'31, Vice-Presi- dent Eta Sigma Phi, '31-'32, Vice-President Y. W. C. A., '31-'32, Treasurer Student Council, '31-'32, Honor Committee, '31-'32, Pan-Hellenic Delegate, '31-'32, Sophomore Honor Rollg Secretary Y. W. C. A., '32-'33, President Eta Sigma Phi, W. S. G. A., '32-'33, Chair- man Honor Committee, '32-'33g Secretary Phi Beta Kappa, '32-'33, Pan-Hellenic Delegate, '32-'33. ALBERT C. DODGE MOBILE, ALABAMA K 2 Engineering uR: N 1: 3--5,-Tae-vf -V-........ -"' in I, . ' , 5ElXllQ1Qg agile ,,,f1fs.- ,4.vf--- - f'-f -- E-rw-,Rum .fe L-we-fE:,eif4fjwv1,.g . Y.-- fwa3ST3W"5j""'J-'M :Nm . I -irlddjg-kLN: .,,,W..-,,..-, ,-. f' K..-, - - --1-" W' . ,. ,.Q ' an-A MARY AMANDA DORRIS NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE A O TI Xlrix and Science PRICE I-I. DUEE NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE A K K ffris and Science HARRY WHITNEY DURAND CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE ' CIF A 9 Lafw Honor Committee Law School, Phi Delta Phi. ALICE TEMPLE DYER RIDGETOP, TENNESSEE A A A Alrtr and Science JOHNSIE EVANS EAGER VALDOSTA, GEORGIA K A 9 Arts and Scientc Swimming Team, '3Ig Sergeant-at-Arms Senior Class, Scribblers, '33g Masquerader Staff, '32-'33. JAMES SAMUEL EATON GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI K A Arts and Srience Manager Baseball, y33, Sophomore Honor Roll, Phi Beta Kappa, Eta Sigma Phig Owl Club, '31-'32, Honor Committee, '30-'31. SENlCDl33 I . .-A fa.: .Lf..',EQi.s' ea:ef,E,.f.A,. , ,. , Y, ,fa I'-I -.. , X cf ff' -5' NXAWX I. gi, , ,Nj ,Inj ,yf If ir fl .. Tl ,f ,,,,, . , I J, , NSI Yi X-eww., .RL ,VT ,Ig ,A i il I ,, 4 2 S li ii ll ii 11 fl TE 's 5 2 I E I 2 I 2 I I 2 3 I i 2 S : 3 I Q E 5 I 5 I I 2 5 5 E E I I i . X 5 2 2 5 Q 2 Z S E i 3 Q 3 6 e 2 I 5 Q I 2 2 Z S 1 Q Q 5 4 I ,4 we U 12 5 4 W it is all -R nl ,fr f-1 I il -- -- ----------A -V' I - ' , -...mf ,, - ' .u,5,. , E F' ' ,E ' :"""'-12 W . , T7'fTvasQ-. ml"5N'Hr..p 3 E li!! I imlmsfmkiim ., l MORTIMER HENRY EI-IRMAN CEDARI-IURST, NEW YORK 4 5 Ann Art: and Science Delta Phi Alphag Debating Clubg Glee Club, Brutum Fulmen, Cap and Bellsg International Relations Clubg -I Treasurer Delta Phi Alpha, '32. I ANN BENTON ELDER NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE Eff I' 41 B Arts and Science Three Arts Club, '32-'33g Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet, ,33. ln CHARLES Ross ENDSLEY SWEETWATER, TENNESSEE 2 fI1K2 Engineering f'! JOE LANDON EVINS SMITHVILLE, TENNESSEE Q if K 2 Arls and Science il Owl Club, Blue Pencil Club, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Pan-Hellenic Council, Vice-President of Pre-Law Club, ii, '31, COMMODORE Board, '29-'30-'31, Athletic Editor ' COMMODORE, '32, Assistant Manager Football Team, '31g President Pre-Law Club, ,321 Varsity Football Manager, '32, Commodore Club, l33. ELEANOR LOUISE FLEMING NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE A A A Z3 , lg Arts and Science J COMES LAWSON FORT NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE A K E Ai Ari: and Science Glee Club, '30-'31-'32, Cap and Bells, '31-'gzg Vander- bilt Singers, '29, Sophomore Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, COMMODORE Board, '3r. Vi if'r"'f1fT'f'f' Elf 'iw-fw E--,.. E--, . -5-Y .fa -. . --.A '.-QL--' ' " -L' E- 'efwff-+.... A"1':m,,,.. , .HA ,...,. , , SENlQpg - , - -- 111111-Jfrxim ,,f..411:1 -T' Eze--':ff'f'f-V 1- ' ' .. gnu L ' ,,,.,..f , , , rv-T, few-L,,t. YW1,-in ,mg , Am... ...l . ,. ., Y' Pali .Y JOEL SELMAN FORTUNE LA FAYETTE, GEORGIA 11? A O Arif and Science Freshman Football, Baseball, Basketball, Track, '29-'30, Varsity Football, '30-'31-'32, Varsity Baseball, l3I-'32- '33, Varsity Track, '31-'32-'33, Student Council, '31- '32-'33, Owl Club, '31, President Commodore Club, '32. JULIAN MASON FOSTER MADISON, GEORGIA Q A O Arts and Science Freshman Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track, YZQ-'30, Varsity Football, '30-'31-'32, Varsity Basketball, '31- '32-'33, Varsity Baseball, '31-'32-'33, COMMODORE Board, '31-'32-'33, HENRY WERTHAN FRANKLIN NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE Z B T Engineering COMMODORE Representative, '33, A. S. C. E. JOE FRENCH WEDOWEE, ALABAMA Religion President of Middle Class School of Religion, '31-'32, President of School of Religion Student Body, '32-'33. I-IORACE FRIERSON, III COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE fb A O Arts and Science GERALDINE GALLAGHER NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 2 K Arts and Science Lotus Eaters, '31, Secretary-Treasurer junior Class, '32, President W. S. G. A., '33. 452: ,.,....,f.J 5 AJ' "V 1 ' C F , , ,Jw-'ff'-fe-A v ' ' we,-3i,"' 'Y , ,Y 1 SENKCDRS K . .- 1 .- X. ,-, eq fi' f 'CNN' R-1. 1, x '-ii' l --- f-- ----A---Y-A-.-----.A--vg,-.-....Y.. ,wi R -X- X. 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FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE 2 N Arts and Science Freshman Football, Basketball, Baseballg All-Southern Football, '3I-'32, All-American Beauty Team, '32, All- American Center, '32, President Freshman Classy President of Fraternity, Track, '33, Baseball, '33, Commodore Club. ,fin -vw-'fwsrgg v:-7-ef:-rw-.......- --V-. .ALALMLL w - 33'- W I-u T'-we-A., '-ff '--'uf' '-f- ' SENIQQ5 N, ,,.,,.,,,J-.M,f,1,. V.--'4:fi1'.4I'-K-I - 4, 752, 4, , . ,I 1 X, l.'7 . 'TQQXQ5 I. -X x Ll,-l - 4 I --.HLH L-.L,-,--Inq,-A-,.i, 4 ,l ,I .- ng, 'ray ' 1 W Qi' I-I ":"i::' v .1.,gggg-51,17-fLw.I.2a.--::e1II111-L-rf ' HELEN GRIZZARD NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE K A 9 Arts and Science Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet. MARY HELEN GUNSTER NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE A A A Arts and Science Three Arts Club. THOMAS LESTER HALE, JR. OLD HICKORY, TENNESSEE , K A Arzs and Science Student Activities Board, 'gi-'32-'ggg Vice-President of Student Activities Board, '31-'32g President of Student Activities Board, '32-'33g Student Council, '31-'32g President Junior Class, '31-'32: Sophomore Honor Rollg Artus Club. MARION HENRY HARRELL - MURFREESBORO, TENNESSEE Engineering Sophomore Honor Roll, Tau Delta. CELINE HARRIS NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE K A 9 Arts and Science Eta Sigma Phi, Three Arts Club. JACK W. HARRIS NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE Z B T flrts and Science Business Manager, Masquerader, '32-'33, Hustler Re- porter, '29-'30, Sports Editor, ,SO-131 g Managing Editor, '31-'32g Sophomore Honor Rollg Blue Pencil Club, Pan- Hellenic Council, '32-'33, Honor Committee, '32-'33, Assistant Manager Basketball, ,3I-,32. - l Sl .Il 4 I. I5 I.I rv E H If I I T3 14 ,F I fl I ,I I I Rf: Qi iff 523 .IJ F I A V I L fi I r SJI f ,I ll' I K Ik ,IL ,,I :I , . Irfi Li . L I. il ,S I fl I I Q i , . 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MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE 2 A E Hrts and Science Eta Sigma Phig Calumet Clubg Blue Pencil Clubg Sophomore Honor Rollg Owl Club, '3Ig Track Man- ager, 'gzg Commodore Clubg Associate Editor of fllliflffl' Masque Staff. VAN I-IENDRICKS COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE B 9 1'I Engineering E. MAURICE HEWLETT MEMPLLIS, TENNESSEE Religion MARTHA KATHRYN HINDMAN TOLEDO, OHIO E K Afls and Science Lotus Eaters. , PARKER HOLT TULLAHOMA, TENNESSEE A T S2 Arts and Science Forensic Manager, '32-'33g Ssphomore Honor Rollg Tau Kappa Alphag Debate Team, '29-'30-'31. ,,, 7 , QQ- -m545'1'Z'z:m-vX1'exf":.,..,n-'-.v--. , -on it I .Ii"l'X"""" ., . -- V LA , --L-. -E ,L -do t -'ezw . . V - -1- .- A ,M wi A... i H if ' 5" 'A'-fax:-A.-4 i " ' ' -, SENIOIQS TMNT. --.1V,-.,.-...,,..,,... ,.- LLITQL.. Lf- L , -fl f 1 i 11 1 5 ,.-. .-,.,.1 P 1- 1.14 .gf 1: 11 1 1 1' 11. .11- 'jg 11 11 1 111 ' U11 , - 'V U4 , 1M ,.,, -- .ijrsm fnw ft-ww .Ai Hill I1 1 X pgzfaf-1 In-lT,q....,1::rm1:-1-""l' Nik, 11 f E1 tail?-1?-5 SE ,..g-riff... - . Q11 N 1'1,EK Y K1 1 I1 1 '1 11 ' 11 11 11 11 '5 31 11 I1 11 JAMES Ross HOPKINS F. 11 11 11 1 , NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 2 A E 115 1 " Ei, 11 Q1 11 Ari: and Scienu' iii 1111 1151 J ifvf i11' 11 1111 Z1 5 11 11 31 1 1 ' 11 1- 1 15 S1 11 1 1, , 1? fi 21 11 1 1 -U1 'I 1 11 V 1 11 11 , 11 if 11 1. 1 11 1 . . I 1 1 11 1 lg' 4 1' if :I :Fi 11 11 1 . LEONARD O. HOPKINS, JR. E1 11 111 1 11 , .1 11. 1" E1 11 1 53 1-1: NASHVILLE, 'TENNESSEE 1 51 T1 3.11 .- 31Q 11 1 A T Q Ei 15 11 11 11 if . . F1 11 1111 1 Ezzgzneerzng E 11 13 11 11 9' 111 1111 Band, '39-'30-'31-'32g A. S. C. E. 11 Q I1 5 115 - -1 11 I ,1 Yi 11 4 '1 11 A .1 5 1 11 1:1 if 1 1 A1 sag 1 1 11 ,1 ii 1 11 1 211 in ii 11 5 'I 5 11 11 11 1:1 PAUL HUDGINS UNION CITY, TENNESSEE 1 11 11 sk 1 i 1, 1 flrls and Sciczzu' FQ 11 1-1 1:12 21 EP :P 1 11 11 rf: 1' 11 1 11 1 .,1 3 1' 11 11 1 . i1 1 '1 :I lg 11 "W 11 11 1 Q5 L5 I1 51 1 131 I I I 1? 5 i? it if CHARLES HUDSON, JR. 11 . NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 11 11 15 11 I1 4 -3 A A X A 21 251 ,W 1 12 715' Ari: and Scienu' +1 1,11 1131 111 H 11 if 1121 Tl Phi Beta Kappag Tennessee Oratorical Prize, 'gog F. K. 1111 Q Houston Oratorical Prize, '3og Sophomore Honor Roll. 14 111 1 11 gg 1 'J 11 31 11 g 1 i11 X: I-. 1 11 I1 1 I i 7 11 11 1- 11 1 Us 1 ' 11 11 3 1 i' ' 11 11? 11 21 ii 1 11 11 1 I I WILLIE D. JOHNSON 1 , J 1 Z . NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE Q 5 ,1 E5 1. I 1' I K A O 1 11 1 511 1, 1115 11 Art: and Science f ii 11 1 11 1 4 iq 11 11 if ' S 11 1 J Q1 I 1:1 11 1 ., F11' 11 1 ' :1 , .1.1 I 1 1 1 ik E1 111 MICHAEL A. KASOHAK 111 ,1 2 -1 --1 1 E1 . 1 .I 11 11 1 1 NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 3111 1 11 11.1 V? 12 11 1 Ui if flrts and Sczence ii 11N E ii "1 ,W ii i ' Skull and Bones. E1 1 ' 1ff1 11 11 ' l"' Ei 1 J 1 1 11 5.1 T -. z-:ww-"lL.a'B'-Lili? 11 11- 1, -- '-'1 "'5"FmTT'i"l.: 'H ' fix, - - -i " ----T-.::E 15 N 1 O R S S ,N AKA- K? iX'?,X'Z:stR ACPI, NSIE rg V. I l gc I f ' I le I I ' 1 I r 1 li .1- .,. I Ir. ,. 1, ix 1" .I J WI 1, I .J JI li I Ir- I .1 In li I JSC ...I i I I I It tg' " f' 9.517 I ' V' "' 'W '17 "'.":'-'--- ---, , ,.,.. 5 7 ' 'I ' 4' an , 7 . .LQ:.'1Eag-iq-Mya' tu :Wen-,. BURLEIGI-1 RoY KENNEDY, JR. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE A K E Lafw Phi Delta Phi, Track, ,ag-'30-'32, Student Council, President, '32-'33, Commodore Club. CLARENCE G. KING, JR. BRISTOL, TENNESSEE 'IP A 9 Hrts and Science Freshman Football, Basketball, and Track, Eta Sigma Phi, President Blue Pencil Club, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, l3I, '32, '33, Vice-President Y. M. C. A., '31-'32, Owl Club, Secretary-Treasurer Commodore Club, Secre- tary-Treasurer Student Council, '31-'33, Football "V", Basketball UV", Track "V", Alternate Captain Track, '33, Sophomore Honor Roll, Artus Club, Phi Beta Kappa, President Senior Class, Editor COMMODORE, Chairman of Publications Board. WILLIAM RICHARD KING OKOLONA, MISSISSIPPI 2 X Hrts and Science REUBEN KOMISAR NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE A E H Arts and Science Freshman Football Squad, Freshman Basketball, '29-'5o. JANE KROECKEL NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE I' CIP B Arts and Science Vanderbilt Singers, ,229-,3O. W DOROTHY ANNE KRUPITZER CLEVELAND, OHIO 2 K Art: and Science Co-Editors, Delta Phi Alpha. - 'fi':T:mge2y,F ' f::fu-,f,Z ,R Q -sw- - ' eil.. ' '-- -RA., "" KX - Q2,ffZ-,,LL S5 ,N si .fx 'M , 7+-A--1 Masai., -lf is ff-'I' ' T""'Qi' il ll ,gtmw--" I I gg J I N JENNIE SUE LANIER gg I MADISON, TENNESSEE A o TI ,il Arts and Scicncc - Co-Editors, '29-'30, '30-'31, Lotus Eaters, '30-'31, Bachelor Maides, '31, '32, '33, President of Scribblers, gi '32-'33, Sophomore Honor Roll, Y. VV. C. A., '29-'3o- A if '31-'32-'33, Fraternity President. gg li ' lf if ,J ,, MILTON LAZARUS 5, gg NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE J X I ll ' Arts and Scicnfc Q' ix 3, 37 I il Freshman Basketball, '30-'3I. 54 i is :I II I II aa " 'f lf gr .I , ,I sl I. . , JAMES PORTER LEATI-IERS ft .5 i, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE ,T I I I W, mi Falcon Club, Cap and Bells, 'go-'32, " il is "' It 15 JOHN P. LEWIS 5 I NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE ,E 'il . . 'Q II I Rcfzgzon rg 1, ,A i, 1' 14- 1 -I 'Z 1' le vi if In- ,. I , A ROBERT QUINTIN LOWE, JR. 55, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 5, If ,Z ll II P l" ,I I A T A JJ . Ile Arts and Sczence Football, '31-'32, Ace Club, '30-'31, Owl Club, '31-'32. li ' HOWARD VAUGHN MANSEIELD MCMINNVILLE, TENNESSEE il K 2 l 31 l I' Engineering Freshman Football, '29, Freshman Track, '30, Track, 1 If '31-'32, Captain Track Team, '33, COMMODORE Repre- sentative, '29, '32, President Senior Class Engineering, '33, Commodore Club, Band, '32, Student Council, '32- ! ll 33- is si 4, I , . if I iw-In-TEE!-L-1 ,E .s.gss..-'SE .. AL: I 1 AM: fig be.,-3.2221-, e- -A 'TT-"T" T" " T 'I' ,,.f,d- E' V I ' ffl. I E .X ,.., SENHOPS Qf ,. 1. xxhsgigx f 'XI is 'iii F 'N-EQ, i ' ' s., I I Terr? l l r l I Ef,g,6-'yplr 45512 EFSSZZSTZZT ly .L 1 if l lla , xi df l fl. fi W I3 V. i 'J il wi A 3 ii! lil 'PI I 3 '-l ll !-f --1 W 4 N it 3. Q3 l l l E I I A . ll lv ,J f.. K l l , l l xii I 7 -A ' ' H-T" - leak' 4-xv -M' -H - -ET., .4 " I -A S li 'Qg"2,.N,. . ,L -. - - 1. -,g -. 'ev -mei L, ROBERT FRANK MARSHALL CHAPEL HILL, TENNESSEE Religion Vice-President of Student Body in School of Religion, 'se-'33 HERBERT SPENCER MCCONNELL HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK, ARKANSAS Religion President Senior Class School of Religion, '33. HOWARD FRANKLIN MCGAW NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 2 N Arts and Science FRANK OWEN MCGEHEE PINE BLUFF, ARKANSAS E A E firm' and Science Sophomore Honor Roll' Y. M. C. A. Ca in '30-'31, , b et, '31-'32.g Temporary President Y. M. C. A., ,32Q Fresh- man "V" Book Committee, '32g Associate Editor Hzzrflerl '30-'31, '31-'gag Managing Editor Hu.rtle'r, '3z. MORTON MCMURRAY, JR. SMYRNA, TENNESSEE B G II .Jrts and Science Track, 'gzg Y. M. C. A. Boarcl. j HARRY G. MCNAMEE, JR. GRAND IUNCTIUN, TENNESSEE fl, K 2 Arts and Science .W . -,.- ...A .V-A-L.. Q33 .,....gQia2' -- .1 . mee f 'W - - fi -. ww 1 1 '-'32-..-.Q SENIQIQS v-Vids?-ESA., ,,.,-3.g:mv.11:L6f- f-Y. -f.sfIs4.Lg...-. -REL: I rg, -.,, I f1""" rm t-mE.,.AfE1.. ,,-.-jan-Eialwwffu--15:-1-. ev- --.va .L-I-I' "' I2 9' X , E' WILLIAM DOUGLAS MCPHERSON ,I NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE Gfarlualc 1 II BLAISE BATE MOONEY , BRENTVVOOD, TENNESSEE ,H Arlx and Science ' L I GLOVER MOORE ,, BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA Graduaie W. JOE MOORE BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA Engirzerrifzg A. S. M. E. SAM HENRY MOORER RIPLEY, TENNESSEE H K A Arif and Science Band, '32-'33. WILLIAM GARLAND MOREHEAD CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 2 X Erzgizzewing Varsity Baseball, '31-'32-'33, Class Treasurer, '31g Tau Deltag Freshman Track and Baseball, ,293 I-lonor Coun- cil, '32-'33g A. S. M. E.g Sophomore Honor Roll. IL- ,AJ - ,,- L, :f:L-..: V V- WWNA -Ig, . ..- , . - ' ,:,., ..--A-if-e-T-'f'f'n'f" 'Y' SEIXIIOIQS II .I Z I I II I I: ., I fl I I Il I I. I 31 II .I II I II I II I II I- IE ,I I, ,, 'I I I E II I I I, I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II II I, CI I I I I I I I I 'I I I I I I I I I I . I I I I II I 21 I I Ii I I l 1 I I , I I I I II II Il II I I l I II I I , .I II I II I ., I II II I: II I I " II II I . I I I, I I , II I, ' l I Z, II I I I I L ,X XXIII X A I I ffI Kqy f, ,V , . X I, X 'II' I If f If' 1 -. ,f 'Af XXX.'1iIL?'1 II If: I I I I I I ,I -wx II X II EI II TI If I I I5 IF I :I II III I 5 I I I I I If I I I F I I 'I I I II I Fi I I I I I r 4, I,.. I if I V I? If E W PII I I .II "I 3' ' I 'lf II v I , EH Iff ft E V1 H If T? Vi Ia? III I ,il Eel 1! 'I , ,Ni I' I I A L , I , m,-,-,l1X,j' 5112, OLD. I it lI l 'T ,ix -1 I 3 3 El ' I Li 9 .JY ,I Ie! .I H ,Il , J 5: 1 2 18 i :JJ 1 I I l l F ll l ll ,I ,, Iv ,I l .2 I A -----A-AA-------A-AW I1 V Mg ,-.L,L,.,...-,-,, ..L4I -U "a: ,-3, , A N ' --W---5-N-.5-fl ,W h Y ag" Pau., -' N ' 3 '.,g,,e,wi Lg fn I. M-s ' eff Wi?- SG A ' I'-f"w4.,.,c 1 'S R EDWIN S. MORGAN, JR. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE K A Art: and Science PAUL G. MORRISSEY, JR. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE K E Arts and Science Band, '29-l3O-'32, Glee Club, '29-'30-'31, Cap and Bells Club, '32, JOHN D. NEUHOFF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE fl' K YI' Arts and Science Owl Club, '30-'31, President, Vice-President Junior Class, Pan-Hellenic Council, '32-'33, Football, '31-'32, Varsity VVrestling, '32. WILLA MIMA NOOE NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE I' 'I' B Arts and Science Vice-President of Fraternity, Vice-President of Scrib- blers. D. DOUGLAS GDELL MONTCLAIR, NORTH CAROLINA 2 X Arts and Science Blue Pencil Club, Skull and Bones Club, Sophomore Honor Roll. D HERNDON A. OLIVER, JR. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE B 9 H Arts and Science Ace Club, Masquerzzder. IH",--wlla. . " '1--'ia -..,D,,,-,Q-I- ,-1 " '--- -.,-N, , ,,.,,,--.,..' ,..L,, , 'mm SENlQ1Qg A-.f ..1. .ANA--P 'igvril A' A -In-I-M ,,.7'3- .An- .vuw -v I rt' "' -,Yfme-111 'WETJ ,I-X .RICHARD GWEN EVANSVILLE, MISSISSIPPI fb A 9 Arts and Science Freshman Football, '29-'30, Freshman Track, '29-'30, g Varsity Football, '31-'32-'33, Varsity Track, '3o-'3I- '32-'33, Brutum Fulmen, Cap and Bells, Y. M. C. A. ALBERTA TEELE PATE NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE A A A Arts and Science ERNEST WHITE PATTON RL LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENNESSEE K A, I X Ari: and Science Skull and Bones, Owl Club, Phi Beta Kappa: Cheer Leader, Husiler Staff, Honor Committee, German Club. WINIFRED D. POLK CORNING, ARKANSAS fl! K 2 flrls and Science Blue Pencil Club, Sophomore Honor Roll, Stevenson I History Prize, International Relations Club. GEORGE EDGAR PRYOR, JR. STAMFORD, TEXAS B 9 II, I X Alfts and Science Skull and Bones, '30-'31, Tennis Team, ,313 German I Honorary Fraternity, Delta Phi Alpha. VIRGINIA BOYD REARDON BOWLING GREEN, KY. I' KID B Arts and Science r-.ash A--M- gENlORS l . - ui' 17 ,f , 1, 'f :x ,f ,," I, I X I C--A fx! X. l V -Y - A Y....,.- , A- . .W . I l-i1T"TTN-TT-M 'T 'TC-"T X 1 If Xxi! ,, I 1 X Atl, X, f X x . ,, I ,f I , 4 . I .' XX .N tw, V, If 1 I V.- E' - -I A , ,- ,.ff. f?""' Fl 'X ft l-F-1, M, XX A 1.3 .-, ,,,..?v-.if-L A ,A VN- ,A-,- -,W iL...., .. .1 1 I 11 ll- 111 l ., ,, 12 1 11 ,, ,Q t 11 E1 1 lg 5 il el fl ii- ,1 11 11 I1 11 ,I El 1 !i 11 1i 1, 'i 1l 1: 11 1 , ,1 ' ll '. -1 +1 , ll 15 1 I '1: il li 5 1? 5, 31 Z1 111 1 li " . 1, 5 ll 1' 1. il Q1 zz 1 S. 1, E 1, 11 1.1, 211 is E, ,M ii Ii 1 li 11 1 i132 11 1 V, 11 1 .ri li fa :I Q ill 1 1 11 l 1 E l, 11' E1 li 11 -. 11 1 1 11 '11, Q .11 11 11 11 '1 11 11 11 21 21 11 is 1 P4 ii i in 2 Q- Isl 11 1E il vi "i il 5 f li 1 9 1 35 1? 1 l 31 ?4 ? ' 23 1' 11 1 1, ,1 I1 I . fl li lf li I l l 1 1 :E 1 GI 1. 21 E 1 t 'l 151 li 1 1 61 i, .1 11 11 ' 111 ai, 11 li Ei 115 ' 1 1 li Ti' l' 1 E '- .1 lfn 'f 'i Li 11 1 1' K l 1, Si 1 , 11 11 11 rl ,, , 5111 1, , 1, , . 11 1 ,I 1? li ' 11 1 1 11 1 11 1- 1 1, ll 11 15 1 1 E l i 11 1 1, 1 1 1 11 1, Q 1 1 11 11 11 12 F 15 i I i . ' 1 l 11.1 11 A L ,,,..4oe- LL, ...:-L....L.- .. RAIL.:--Y-,,' Jr is T -, - "' '-T T .,.., .L A " ' 1am.,,.,i: FARLAND ROBBINS MAYFIELD, KENTUCKY 2 N gifts and Science Tau Kappa Alphag Phi Delta Phi, Editor Hustler, '32-'33, Student Council, '32-'331 Student Union Board, '-43, Senior "Committee of Nine," '32-'33g COMMODORE Representative of Junior Class, '31-'gzg Associate Editor of Hzmfler, '30-'3I-lgzg Varsity Debating Team, ,30-,3I 9 Commodore Band, '29-'30-'31, Hustler Reporter, '29- '3Og Sophomore Honor Roll, Brutum Fulmen. MARTHA ROBERTS NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE A O II Arts and Science Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Phi Alpha. NICHOLAS A. ROSE NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE flrls and Science Director of Band, ,gc-'31-,314-'33, Glee Club, '30-'3I. LEONARD MITCHELL ROSENBLUM NEW YORK, NEW YORK fifty and Science Hzutler Reporter. LOUIS ROSENFELD NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE Hlrix and Science 7 ROBERT N. ROSENTHAL NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE Z B T flrts and Science Glee Club, '3O-'31, German Club and Delta Phi Alpha, '31-'32, Skull and Bones, '31-'32-'33g Hustler, '29-'3o. 13 12 gg., , W ., . :',,-.Q. ze., L.,,,,,,,-,YL -N 1, , li 15 ' ' ' I ..fmw..A...: 1- ,.,,,,h,:ym:v-f aww- - fff f1LE.1.'ZZ7" 'X - V E., mt,9ea.:f-'f :ff "5 ...U -. ,., ,,u52M""""L' 3' "Tu ' 4 4 "' rr I , M , ,J ,. ,,,,,. f xx -1 A 'Y I -9- 'l H, WILLIAM MILTON Ross NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE K E Alrts and Science Freshman Baseball, '3og Baseball, '31-'32-'33g Class Sergeant-at-Arms, 'gzg Secretary and Treasurer, '33. VIRGINIA KATI-IERYN RUTI-IERFORD NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE ' A A A Ari: and Science Three Arts Club, '3I-'32-'33g Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet, '32- 'ggg Junior Tennis Champion, '32g Vice-President, B. S. U.g Girls' Glee Clubg Mathematics Club. KENT SAMPSON HARL.-KN, KENTUCKY CIP A 9 Arts and Science Hustler, '29-'30-'3Ig Sophomore Honor Rollg Brutum Fulmen. SEYMOUR SAMUELS, JR. ' NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE Z B T Arts and Science Freshman Track, 'ZQQ Varsity Track, '31-'32-'33g Blue Pencil Clubg Artus Clubg Assistant Sports Editor I-Izzstlc'r,- Brutum Fulmen. JOAN SHYER NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE A E fl' Arts and Science Co-Editors, '29-'QOQ Lotus Eaters, '30-'3Ig-Bachelor Maides, ,325 Treasurer Bachelor Maides, '32. ANNA R. SIEGRIST NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 2 K ffris and Science Girls' Glee Clubg Bachelor Maiiles, '33. Ji J T.: QE . , ,,--- :fide As.-1 -I -4,4 ll A ...sf 1 I, il LLLLV-gm--if . 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SMITH ,C MURFREESBOR0, TENNESSEE ff, II K A fi Engineering I-I BAXTER WALLACE SMITH NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE E A E Arts and Science Owl Club, '31, Cap and Bells Club, '30-'gr-'32-'33, Secretary of Cap and Bells, 1335 Pan-Hellenic Council f. 325 Assistant Manager Football, '3Ig Manager Footi ball, '32. ,L-I II. if CLARENCE L. SMITH HAGAN, GEORGIA K 2 jg Art.: and Science ,. F LEMING W. SMITH 312 NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE EAE 'Q Art: and Science President Ace Club, '30, Assistant Manager Basketball, M, Boxing, ,3I',32-,331 Manager Basketball, Track, '33g 'L Cap and Bells, '33, GEORGE L. SMITH ' DECHERD, TENNESSEE " A X A rqffi' :Incl Science l l ,. 1 ,i AA '- 4- -'--f f ' i4..a.I.LL,,,14v 5 Lb'-L g:::' T' in il fl l I r l A-:QI SElXllCD1Qg ,H-,qf4"T', 1 'w"""7-L' l 'AY' pm? . .Q:.?1"f 7,7-fr-f++fff'1 - -vp-7 ,ffnvvafk-L ' I Y HELEN NORRIS SMITH GLEN RIDGE, NEW JERSEY A A A Alris and Science Pan-Hellenic Council, '32-'33, MEDORA SMITH NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE Ari: and Science VISTON R. SMITH NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE A X A Arts and Science Ace Clubg Glee Club, '28-'29, '29-'gog Blue Pencil Club. ALICE WRAY SPRINGER NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE A O II Arts and Science MARTHA STANFILL NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE I' KID B Arts and Science Lotus Eatersg Eta Sigma Phig Phi Beta Kappag Honor Committeeg Sophomore Honor Roll. l . ,..,.,--I....-- rf-w-:v- , , - -Y --------- SENlOl25 qv.-.ff,"7 X X l If Q 'off xx f H f f , f Qvff I xi, - , . f X.-xxx , x ff x' X31 I fy xg ,.,' ff 15: 'f' -.., :Q-3,24 ,441 'ff' -,ff ffxffff ,ff .31 . A ,xy L, v 1 xl, I-A X. - .07 X 1, 1,1 ff O, 1, lf- 1 1' 11 J 11 f Z ,. le 11 1 1 1 " 51 1 ,g 1 ,, 11 1l 11 1 li 11: 3213 I 'l 11 11 11 1 if ll 1 12 l l il 1 3 El 11 l' 1 31 'f at 11 1 1 ll El l 1:11 31 ll 'f 1 'I 11 51 ll F 1K 31 15 H I 1 2 'l i, 1, it ll 1: ll -' ll I. 2 ll 12 1 ll ff 'l '11 1? 1 ll ' .: I ll 1' if 1, 5 11 12 'IK 1' 'E 31 'Q Ill 1 .I 1' li V54 1 ll ll 'T 1! 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SULLIVAN NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE Efzgineering DOROTHY SWEENY NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 1' 'Il B , Ari.: and Science Ca-Editors, '29-'30-,3I ' Secretary of Co-Editors '29-'30, Y I Student Council, '30-'31-'32, VVomen's Student Govern- ment Association '32-'33' Pan-Hellenic Council, '3O-'3I- '32-'33g Vice-Pregident O18 Pan-Hellenic Council, '32-'33g Bachelor Maides, '31-'32-'33, Honor Committee, ,gr-'32, Senior Class ClIairman,V,'32-'33. 1 BOYD WILLIAMS TARPLEY NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE TI K A ffrlx and Science -P--'v"l. L, 111- ,11 QL., -.,,, ,V- fix: Jiri rw ' "gl "as1A.Y5,g,IY Ig S ' - 1 ' ' T 1 ll .1 S I 1 ,L , ,, L,-LL..........L,,,.. U 11 7Q2'Y"'i ,1 ull ' -' KJ' 'f SENIQIQS ,. J.. ,A-. , SA, .LLAVA-as N 1 JU? 'lent , . ,,.,. F-A--' '?:.. f. ,, , L,,..,.,I.-,,g:.,.,V.Y., , -. , , L 'I -4: I? I JAMES HARRIS TATE NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 2 N El1Zgi7lL'l'1'i7Zj Sophomore Honor Rollg Secretary and Treasurer Class, '31-'32g President American Society Mechanical En- 14 gineers, '32-'33, ANDREW BLAINE THACH, JR. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE A X A, A K K ffrls and Science Skull and Bones Club. LAURENCE O7BRYAN TRABUE NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE X X Efzginecring Freshman Track, Sophomore H'nor Rollg Tau A. S. C. E. WILLIAM REDD TURNER COLUMBUS, GEORGIA E A E Religion Student Union, '32. GEORGE HUGH WATERS LEBANON, TENNESSEE A T Q Am and Science Sophomore Honor Roll. -,451 Deltzlg -1 l 1 C bbq, , . ,tr -LW R....,b.. .- V 7 , " ' "M: ' " " ' ' 5 I L SENIQRS x Rox LY. f: I Xlrf , ,-1 rf- L S1 , 1 f 'S KX A j l,1f I X I 'r .:, V. -.,, x 1 ,1 . A, ,f f',.-' Lx If . 'l l l 1 iii? :G 1: P., I . l I -, - f... 1 I A L55 3 I l E l i i I. X--QiE?ff 12 - flff I. P79,I"l5'I7 l I use ' T I " l lin-,-L.Yvv-AA- Q ffwv waxy- V 4'J?1rs.....E..A,,Wd H ' ' 'ma-. X 2 f 3 I 2 3 , ERNEST MONROE WATKINS f QQ AUGUSTA, GEORGIA l 1 :I A o 7 Engineering I Football, '30, '31, '32, Honor Committee, '30, '31, A. S. C. E.g Intramural Track, '30-'31-'32, Kitten Ball, '30-'31-'32g Intramural Basketball, '32, ' 4 l . , x I WILLIAM MADISON WATKINS, JR. tl-I 'lf' NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE tl K 2 L32 Engineering ll Sophomore Hcnor Rollg Tau Delta. "fd lil ll S: IP ii I- FRANCIS ATWATER WATSON 1. WYTHEVILLE, VIRGINIA :Ii A o ,., Arts and Srience LI ,fl -I I -. I id W L! gl CHARLES BOILLIN WATTS if CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE TIKA ll Arts and Srience , Cap and I., ,32',33- 1 - Fl .6 ELEANOR WEBER NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 2 K iii .4 Arts and Science Member Pan-Hellenic Councilg Bachelor Maidesg Fra 5, ternity Presidentg Eta Sigma Phig Secretary and Treas '31, urer of Senior Class. 3 Il' 5 V. A .- . .... .... I -c-w-wg... . ff, 4. ' ,f l,1--QQQ,Q'LQL.1 I Bells, '31-'32, '32-'33g Glee Club, '29-'3o-'3I- 1 ,,,ff,::.-f v-'E E' , fjf -E' - L - ,yew-Aw---l ,z,,ff , i.-A f -'-- -::1A--f---?-i+- - fy ff-f:i:3l?""" lffi..-f fEi3f" 1' DAVID ROBERT WEILL, JR. CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE Z B T flrls and Science Skull and Bonesg Dglta Phi Alphag German Club. JAMES BOWLING VVI-IITWORTI-I CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE ' A T A Engineering Cap 'and Bells, '32. PRESLEY ALONZO WILLIAMS, JR. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE A K E Engineering Tau Deltag Band, '29-'30-'3Ig G'ee Club, '29-'gog Sophomore Honor Rollg Student Union, '32g President of Tau Delta, l32-'33. STONEWALL JACKSON WILLIAMS, JR. ROCKY FORD, GEORGIA Art: and Science RICHARD EDWIN YATES MOCKSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA Graduate f-,Jiri ,,.,:-ig-ilgpg.-.' "",i " T, ,,-f5'f-ff'312""TT NW., D..- L IL,-,,, A-,.,i3f 4:31 i33""'J' WAKAWK ,-f-"iff SEN ORS I X"rI Q K: ,. , ' l, :l li :l :l ll l' ll f Il :- ll 13 fr , :r I: I :E ll ll 1: li I :I if ll li lt A. :g 1 5: l :Q il , H 1: l : 1: l F ': : ,ll :l lt J, 1:5 ll I: r : :E A : : li l: l : : : 3: i. al I : l I il' l ll - lt 3 E1 l, :: 5: 11 :Q :: li ll ii :- 3: L, J. .1 :I ll J 1: : :E ll l :yi l : l I RX xxx XV", X'-if I . V, . xx - X : X Lrg. f SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES JACK VVES'I'I,EY BELL . . Murfreesboro, Tenn. Arts and Science C. H. BERSON, B 9 IT . . Brownsville, Tenn. Arie and Science M. B. BE'l'HEL, H K A . . Elizabethtown, Ky. Arls and Science JOHN RAVVDON ITRAY . . . Montgomery, Ala. Engineering GEORGE C, BREW, A T A . . Nashville, Tenn. Engineering A. S. M. E., Glee Club: Vice-President Senior Class. ANN JONES CAMPEEIJI, . . Nashville, Tenn. Arty and Science AMOS M. DAMPIER, JR. . . Nashville, Tenn. Engineering H. GRAHAM DAVIS ..... Elkton, Ky. Laiw F. M. DUKE, JR., H K A . Memphis, Tenn. Lczfw EVELYN SCO'l'I' EWING . . . Nashville, Tenn. Arts and Science LEON FERBER, A E H . . . Nashville, Tenn. Arif and Science LEES GOl.DBERG, A E fl, . . . Augusta, Ga. Arts and Science A. E. GRAPIAM, JR., K A . Nashville, Tenn. A fly and Science JACK DUVAI. GUERARD . . . Beaufort, S. C, Ari.: and Science AVERY LEE HANCOCK ..... Fulton, Ky. Arir and Science T, HENDERSON, JR., A T O . Franklin, Tenn. Arts and Science ISOEEI, ROBERTSON PIIBBS . . Nashville, Tenn. A l'1.l' and Science lVlA'li'l'IE SUE HINES . . . Nashville, Tenn. Ari.: and Science FIARRY I-IURvvI'I'Z ....., Atlanta, Ga. Lafw LEE TALLEY JOHNSON, JR. , . Dallas, Tex. Ari: and Science TI-IOMAS A. KEI.I.Y . . . Nashville, Tenn. Ari: and Science ROBERT M. KENNEDY . . . Nashville, Tenn. Ari: and Science DICK L. LANSDEN, A X A . Nashville, Tenn. Arlr and Science SI Cl-IANC LEE ...... Songclo, Arn and Science JULIAN MAYO, K E . . . Nashville, Engineering JAMES R. MCILWAINE , . . Nashville, Arts and Science JOSEPH C. MYERS, E N . . Nashville Engineering ANDREW I. MYHR, JR. . . Belleview, Engineering Korea Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. POLLY DOW PARRISI-I . . . Nashville, Tenn. Arlx and Science E. P. PEACOCK, JR., II: .A 9 . Clarksdale, Miss. Arts and Science JAMES A. PEOPLES, E X . Asheville, N. C. Arlx and Science MRS. lVIAR'I'HA RECKLESS . Nashville, Tenn. Arts and Science VV. C. ROBERTS, E X . . McMinnville, Tenn. Engineering JANE F. SAVLY, A fb A . Hendersonville, Tenn Ari: and Science FAY SI-:LPH ....... Stillwater, Okla. Arlr and Science SIDNEY A. SHAMPAIN . . . New York, N. Y. Arls and Science XVILLIAM M. SHENKER . . Nashville, Tenn. Ari: and Science ROBLEY JUSTIN SIMPSON . . . Mobile, Ala. Lafw ARCH XVINN SMITI-I, E A E . Texarkana, Ark. Arts and Science C. C. TRAEUE, JR, B 9 II . Nashville, K Lafw ELINOR LISI.E TURNER . . Nashville, Arts and Science Tenn. Tenn. W7Il.SON A. VVARD .... Amarillo, Tex. Ari.: and Science OTI5 STUM VVEI.I,s, 22 A E . . Murray, Ky. Lafw MARGARET VVHITEMAN . . Nashville, Tenn. SID B K Arts and Science AVARREN RAY VVYLIE, JR. . Montgomery, Ala. Arts and Science PERCY WYLY, Il, E A E . Tahlequah, Okla, Lafw ' PAGE 58 0 CLASS OFFICERS 0 ARTS AND SCIENCES VVILLTAM CUNNINGHAM- President VVINBURNE PARIS Vicf-Pzwidffrzl BARBARA DENMAN Svcrelary- Tl'Cll5UI'F7' LEONARD SCOTT SL'V',06d7Zl-Ill-f1l'll1.f SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING MASON TRAVIS Presidezzt BYRON BRUBAKER Vice-President JOE ROBERTS Secretary-Treasury: OWEN JONES JR SCHOOL OF LAW RAY CONSLEX PI'6',YiflL'7Zl NED LENTZ l'icf2-Prf'.vid4'rzI JULIA REECE Secretary-Treaszu'er LOUIS LEFTWICH Sergealzf-at-ff 17115 1 fx SWTQALT ,-,,1 , I Q0 as TI I I N R S Barker, Butts. Bird Bixby, Black. Bond Brubaker, Burton, Cain, Carter Cheshire, Cziimm, Cunningham Denman. Dodd, Drane, Farr Frazier. Fuller, Godwin X.. . ' X +g.,,,., , . .f.. THE ' ' 'F ' 'bE5j:f.5: H -:. a .- f-'fb' -1' ' H+- w:5:s:2.. .,2:I:::.5-' -. .. . . ES. 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RALPH BINDER, A ,E II . . Nashville, Tenn. Band, '31, '32, '33, National Honorary German Fraternity, Baseball Squad, '32, ROBERT J. BIRD ....., Rockford, Ill. Glee Club, '33. PRESTON NORRIS BISSINGER . Nashville, ELON REW BIXBY .... Nashville, Falcon Club, Calumet Club. Tenn. Tenn. BESSIE P. BLACK, A A A . , Nashville, Tenn. RUTH K. ITOND, A A A . . Nashville, Lotus Eaters, Sophomore Honor Ro Tenn. 11. T. J, BROBERICR, JR., fl, K NP, Nashville, Tenn. Owl Club, "Hustlcr" Staff, Cap and Bells. FRANKIE VIRGINIA BUGG . . Gainesville, Tex. L. E. BURCH, JR., K A . . Nashville, Tenn. Aue Club, Freshman Football. RUTH SMITH BURTON . . . Nashville, Tenn. Sophomore Honor Roll. STITH MAl.0NE CAIN . . . Nashville, Tenn. Freshman Track, Y, M. C. A. JAMES Dow CAMPBELL, JR. . Nashville, Tenn. JAMES CASON, JR. . . . Murfreesboro, Tenn. SARAH MARIE CASON, K A 9, Nashville, Tenn. J. R. CHESHIRE, JR., B 9 II . . Atlanta, Ga. Freshman Track. '31, Track Squad, '32, Track Team, '33, Tennis Team, '32, '33, "Hustler" Staff, "Commodore" Staff, Owl Club. JOHN VERNON CLOSE, fb A 9 , Shamrock, Tex, Football, '31, 's2. XVILLIAM G. CORNELIUS . . Nashville, Tenn. Sophomore I-lonor Roll, International Relations Club, Secretary-Treasurer Eta Sigma Phi, Freshman Basketball, Intramural Basketball Champions, '33, Intramural Track, '33, Finals Houston Oratorical Contest. LLOYD CRIMM, A T S2 . . Nashville, Tenn. SARAH ELIZABETH CULBRETH, I' fb B . . . . . . . . . . . .NaShville, Tenn. VVM. CUNNINGI-IAM, A K E . Brooksville, Miss. Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Ace Club, Owl Club, Cap and Bells, '32, Pan-Hellenic Council, '33, Stu- dent Council, President Junior Class. EDW. B. DAWSON, A T Q . Birmingham, Ala. MARIE FELTON DEMOSS . . Belleview, Tenn. BARBARA BTARY DENMAN, K A 9 .... . . ......., Mankato, Miss. Chairman Sophomore Girls: Seoretary-Treas- urer Junior Class. JAMES W. DODD, X sie . . Cincinnati, Ohio. Glee Club. VVM. M. DRANE, A T A . Clarksville, Tenn. I Assistant Baseball Manager, '32, '33. ALFRED DONELSON ELLIS . . Nashville, Tenn. Secretary Eta Sigma Phi, Vice-President Ateneo Hispanico. HORTON EARLY, K E . . . Nashville, Tenn. Ace Club, Owl Club, Pan-Hellenic Council. ELINOR C. EWING, K A 9 . Nashville, Tenn. MARX' ALICE FARR, A SZ II . Nashville, Tenn. "Hustler" Staff, Band Sponsor. EMILOU FENKER . .,.. Nashville, Tenn. ARTHUR REYNOLDS FITE, JR. . Madison, Tenn. -9 PAGE bl 0 I I , , I I , II l 'I I I I" If ' l f I '-II , , HI ' ' . I ' ' I li I I ', II l . 2 , I Ilf I ' II' I' . I P I s I . , , , ,l II. ,I ' I ' I 'I ' I f 'I K I., l I 1- 1 I - I II II1' I, I .,,, IJ,- ,II,,, I., A .II , I' '- 'Xilllf47!f4, X ll' X l 'J ff" ji' Q' l ,I Cs fl! i-I ll Il l I,,,I Graves, Hambrick. Hawthorne Hill. Hollins, Hughes Hull, Hutchinson, Jenkins, Johnson Jordanib King, Lawshe Lee, Lichtenpels Lipscomb, LovQnLha1 Lynch, Mims NaDie1' A9 ,L . :ip ,yy --- W, .,,. THE1 Zigi, 44:-is N. +s'.f - . o. . ,Q 1-. 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POLLY HABER, A E fb . . . Nashville, Tenn. Co-Editors, Bachelor Maids. ROBERT B. HALE, K A . Old Hickory, Tenn. President Freslnnan Class. T. C. HAMBRICK, A K E . Brooksville, Miss. Freshman Football, '30, Owl Club, Varsity Football Squad, '31, '32, Student Council, Cap and Bells. AVERY HANDLY, JR., B 9 II . Nashville, Tenn. Eta Sigma. Phi, Calumet Club, "Masqueracler"g Cap and Bells. F. HARVEX', JR., B 9 II . , Memphis, Tenn. Glee Club, Cap and Bells, Blue Pencil Club, Calumet Club. HAROLD CAMPBELL HAYNIE . Nashville, Tenn. R. C. I-IAZLEHURST, A T Q . Nashville, Tenn. S. L. HIEMOVITZ, A E Il . New Haven, Conn. ELIZABETH HILL, A Q Il . . Gallatin, Tenn. M. L. HOLLINS, flv A 9 . Bowling Green, Ky. CHARLES ll. HULL, B 9 II . Memphis, Tenn. T. G. HUGHES, 'll A 9 . . Clarksdale, Miss. .fresliman Football, Varsity Football, '31, '32, lflonor Council, '32: Owl Club, Vice-President Pre-Law Club. N. HUTCHINSON, JR., fb A 9 . VVinona, Miss. ANNIE LOUISE JENKINS . Union City, Tenn. JACK VV. JETISR, H K A . . Nashville, Tenn. Freshman Football, Varsity Baseball, '32, Owl Club. ROBERT M. JETER, Il K A . Nashville, Tenn. E. E. JOHNSON, JR., A K E . VVest Monroe La. 3 DANICE JORDAN, K A 9 . . Nashville, Tenn. NANCE B. JORDAN, E N . . Franklin, Tenn. PTTSSJIITIHII Football, Freshman Basketball: Var- sity Football, '31, '32, Varsity Baseball, '32, Varsity Basketball, 113. VVARD R. KANE, .E N . . Nashville, Tenn. MAXWELL ELIAS KAPLAN . Hackensack, N. J. ELIZABETH R. KERR . , Murfreesboro, Tenn. CLAUDE MICHAEL KING . . . Leighton, Ala. M. B. KING, JR, E A E . Shelbyville, Tenn. Fresllrnan 'Frat-k: Infrainural Boxing, Blue Pen- cil Club, Calumet Club, Y. M. C. A., '30, '31, '32, Pan-Hellenic Council. THOMAS H. LANIER, E X . Nashville, Tenn. VVILLIAM R. LAVVSHE, 112 K E . . Dell, Ark. Glue Club, '31, '32, Cap and Bells. CHANG HEI LEE ...... Seoul, Korea CHARLES BARNEY LEE, CID A G . . Joplin, Mo. "Commodore" Board, Student Activities Board, Owl Club, President Blue Pencil Club. VIRGINIA RUTH LEWIS . . Nashville, Tenn. JOHANNA MURIEL LICI-ITENEEIS, A E fb . . . . . . . . . . .Asheville,N.C. ROBERT P. LINDSEY, fb A 9 i Portland, Ark. G. Q. LIPSCOMB, A X A . . Nashville, Tenn. Ace Club. FRANK G. LORD, E N . . . Nashville, Tenn. Commodore Representative, '32. LENORE LOVENTHAL, A E fl, . Nashville, Tenn. Sec-retary-'1'reasurcr Sopliornore Class, '31, Pan- Hellonirzl Council, '31, Sophomore Swimming Team, Junior Swimming Team, Lotos Eaters. KATHRX'N LYNCH . . Nashville, Tenn. 0 PAGE 63 0 .gli ,Q E I jf YR I A , M i .1 . . x' v ' iw W I M "I ,JA ' . N V V 2,1 A J fag. THE 193 S 4 .g.:.1:255ivv.:-,ry . -V.jfZl5f?3-V? , -V1-gf-., ,.V?S"' f'fI5':" - 1415, . . f1":Ef . 1.5 -1, - " 'ii-f Nichol. NOUIUHS- ':f.- V: fab- Ep aff'-2-2. O 4s, w.- :,1g:w.:.:f.-. Mm V 11:2 wbgig wif " 54123' n'13.l'1 -'fl' ':Z5E55E.:, -- 3 V 25.3 , -2-"E . 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Varsity Track, '32, REEDENE VIVIENNE NOBILING . Kewanee, lll. MARY E. OMAN, 1' 111 B . . Naihville, Tenn. Three Arts Club. H. M. OWEN, JR., SIP K 2 . . Newport, Ark. Blue Pencil Clubg Sophomore Honor Rollt As- sistant Manager Footba.l, '31-'32, Football Man- ager, '33. H. VV. PARDUE, IT K A . . Nashville, Tenn. Owl Club: Ace Club, Pan-Hellenic Council, '31- '32g Assistant Basketball Manager, '33. VV. M. PARIS, JR., fb K E . Greensboro, N. C. Glee Clubg Blue Pencil Club: Freshman Base- ball: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Owl Club: Pan-1-le1- Ionic Couneilg Student Council, Assistant Man- ager Track, Cap and Bells, Vice-President Junior Class. FRANCES CI-IRIQTINE PARMAN, Nashville, Tenn. HERBERT JEFFERSON PECR . Springfield, Tenn. Freshman Track, Cap and Bells. CLYDE J. PERRY, CIR A 9 . Hollywood, Miss. ROBERT H. PICKERING, JR., Clarksville, Tenn. Gloe Club. MARY CATHERINE PORTER . SpringHeld, Tenn. MARGARET LIUTCI-IISON PO'l"l'ER, A A A . . . . . . . . . .Nashville, Tenn. FRANCES CONSTANCE PREWETT, K A 9 . . . . . . . . . . Lebanon, Tenn. NORFLEIZT H. RAND, A K E . St. Louis, Mo. TENNH' LOUISE RALSTON . Richard City, Tenn. ELIZABETH READ, E K . . Nashville, Tenn. Pan-Hellenic Council. JAMES CLEMENT ROBERTS . . Shamrock, Tex. NELSON ROBINSON, E N . . Nashville, Tenn M. E. RODENHAUSIIR, A Q H, Nashville, Tenn. President Pan-Hellenic Council: XV. S. G. A.: Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet: Commodore Representative of Junior Class. MILBREY ROGERS, l' fb B . . Nashville, Tenn. Pan-,Hellenic Council: Lotus Eaters, Y. XV. C. A. ABRAI-IAM RUBIN . . Nashville, Tenn. MARY ELIZABETH RYAN . . Nashville, Tenn. JOHN CI AY SANDIDGE, X Ill . Nashville, Tenn. TI-IOMAS A. SAPPINGTON . Fort Gaines, Ga. LEONARD LEXVEY SCOTT . . Greenwood, Miss. ALBERT SELFMAN . . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. B. Sl-IACKLEFORD, E N . Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. Football, '31, '32, Basketball, '31, Baseball, '3l. '32. J. SHEALY, JR., 'fb K Xl' . Alexander City, Ala. Owl Club. H. C. SHERER, JR., II K A , Nashville, Tenn. ADELAIDE SI-IULL, K A 9 . . Nashville, Tenn. Pan-Hellenic Council, Y. XVFC. A. Cabinet: Nvinner XVomen's Tennis Singles. JOHN H. SHUMARER, JR. . Nashville, Tenn. Freshman Track: Y. M. C. A.g Glce Club, Track Squad, '32, '33. VV. T. SIMMONS, JR., E A E . Pine Bluff, Ark. Blue Pencil Club: Cap and Bells: Owl Club: "Hustler" Staff, '32, Tennis Squad. J. L. SINQUEFIELD, X K XI' . Evergreen, Ala. Football, '31, Boxing Team, '33g Intramural Cross-Country, Intramural XVrc-stling and Box ing. ' PAGE 65 0 ll ll, lg' , I .4 Y iw' W l '.-13 M f ffl' l'l'D Smith, R., Snell. Spicer Stanford. Stark. Stuckey, Sutherland Teuenhaum, Thompson Travis Trull, Turner, Wallafre, VVa.llett YVest, VVhal1ey, VViener Wood, B., Wood, M.. YVoodruff, Youngberg . 12 -:-1-:-.Va ,, ,.,.,, , THE1 "Z -vkkirkfihm 1 ,g "5,- . 'P--, I ff: -P ...L . ll: ., ,A , ,- 24 9' is '3 sv- V V X 'Vg I. K l" ? 7' " .ffl 13' . -??53::1rE1f ' .-:V:1-:Q-. 153:55 N, ,gunz-11.-x 3 3 5 vc 1' - . 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SMITH, 1' fb B . Nashville, Tenn. Three Arts Club. HENRIE'I"I'A CRAIG SPICER, K A 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Nashville,Tenn. R. D. STANFORD, JR., K 2 . Nashville, Tenn: Glee Club. ANN DAVIS STUCKEY . . Experiment, Ga. Sophomore Honor Roll, Delta Phi Alpha. IQATI-ILEEN 'Tl-IUSS STUMP . Nashville, Tenn. VV. H. SUHRHEINRICH, E X . Evansville, Incl. Football, '31, '32. JANE SUTHERLAND . . . . Nashville, Tenn. Junior Class ClIairma.n, Honor Comtniltt-e, Pan-Hellenic Council, Vice-President Y. XV. C. A., Secreta.ry NV. S. G. A. MARION TALLEX', E N . . Petersburg, Tenn. Football, '30, '31, OscAR TENENBAUM, A E II, New York, N. Y. Skull and Bonts. ELIZABETH M. THOMPSON . Montgomery, Ala. DONALD L. 'TI-IURSTON, A K E . St. Louis, MO. NANCYE L. TINNON . Goodlettsville, Tenn. GEORGE MATHIAS PIEOFFELL, Wheeling, W. Va. SCHOOL O JOHN WALTON BLACK, JR. . Nashville, Tenn. BYRON EDWARD BRUBAKER . Greenfield, Ohio Ace Club, Owl Club, President Fl't'Sl'll'l121.I1 En- gineers, Vice-President Junior Engineers, Honor Committee, Sec-I'etaI'y-Treasurer Pan- Helieuic Council. FLORENCE A. TRULL, E K . Nashville, Tenn. Lotus Eaters, "1fluStler" Staff. ROBERT P. TURNER, fb K Z . Smiihville, Tenn. I"l'ljSlll'n51l Football 3 Fresh man Baslcetball, Fresliman Baseball: Football Squad, '31, '32, Basketball, '31, '32, Baseball. '32, Blue Pencil C.ub, Owl tfluli. DON MARTIN UPS!-IAVV ll K A . Sumter, S. C. LAURA ELLEN VVALLACE . , Nashville, Tenn. JOHN BENNETT VVALTERS, JR. . Augusta, Ga. RAPHAEL B. VVEST, A T S2 .,Nashville, Tenn. Calumet Club, Manager Editor "Hustler," '32- '33 FRANCES VVIENER, A E 111 . . Nashville, Tenn. Pan-1-Iullenic Council. DOROTIYIY L. VVILLETT, A S2 H, Gallatin, Tenn. Lotos Eaters, Eta. Sigma Phi. FRANK B. VVILSON, JR, K A, Huntsville, Ala. Sophomore Honor Roll, Owl Club: Pan-Hellenic Council, Glee Club Manager. lVlII,'l'OW EDWARD VVINI-IAM . Portland, Tenn. BEN FOREMAN WVOOD . . Texarkana, Ark, MrXT1'IE TATE VVOOD . . . Nashville, Tenn. Three Arts. N. H. VVCODRUFF, II K A . Nashville, Tenn. Tennis, '32, Pan-Heilenie Council. ADELE XYOUNGBLOOD, K A 9, Jacksonville, Fla. CHARLES F. ZEI-INDER, fb A 9,NNashville, Tenn. F ENGINEERING ISURT CARTER ...... Nashville, Tenn. Coininoclortz Club: Owl Club, President Sopho- more Engineers, President Junior Engineers, Student Council: Assistant Tram-lc Nlaiiager, '31- '32, Paii-I-lelleiiiv Council, Sophoniore Honor Roll, Vice-Presideiit A. S. M. E. THOMAS M. FORDE . . Ritlgctop, Tenn. 9 PAGE 67 I JUNIOR CLASS CHARLES EDWIN HARRIS . . Nashville, Tenn. DUDLEY D. HAWTHORNE . . . Dermott, Ark. ISADORE HIRSCHBERG . . Nashville, Tenn. JAMES PORTER HUME . . Franklin, Tenn. OWEN M. JONES, JR. . . Glen Ferris, W. Va. ERSKINE VVATKINS KLYCE . Nashville, Tenn. Vice-President Freshman Engineers: Glee Club: Ace Club. ALBERT VVALTERS MCKAY . . Macon, Ga. VVILLIAM POLK MILES . . Springfield, Tenn. M. L. MURPHY .,.. Springheld, Tenn. Band, 131, '32, '33. GEORGE MCKEE PIERCE, E X . Decatur, Ill. President Pan-Hellenic Council. JOSEPH MCCALL ROBERTS . Nashville, Tenn. Vice-President Junior Engineers: Sophomore Roll: A. S. M. E. V. GRIFFIN SCOOOIN . . Nashville, Tenn. JAMES SMITH SHANNON, JR. . Nashville, Tenn. JAMES FRANCIS SHARP . . Nashville, Tenn. SAMUEL ISAAC SIMON . . . Nashville, Tenn. EUGENE MORRIS SMITH . . Nashville, Tenn. JOHN RAYMOND SNELL . . . Soochow, China President Falcon Club: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. HARRY EUGENE STARK, Z N, Nashville, Tenn. Owl Club: Pan-Hellenic Council: A. S. C, E.: Herman Math Prize: Sophomore Honor Roll: Sergeant-at-Arms Sophomore Engineers. VVILLIAM T. SUTHERLAND . Nashville, Tenn. ROBERT CURRIE TAYLOR . . Nashville, Tenn. MASON F. TRAVIS, IP K 2 . Hickman, Tenn. President Junior Engineers: Vice-President A. S. C. E.: Student Council A. E. VVHALLEY, JR., A T Q . Nashville, Tenn. President Ace Club: President Owl Club: Pan- Hellenic Council: Secretary Honor Council: Sec- retary A. S. C E.: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Sopho- more Honor Roll: President Sophomore En- gll'1691'S. SCHOOL OF LAW EDWARD W. BRYKCZYNSRI . New York, N. Y. CHARLES D. BULLA, A X A . Nashville, Tenn. RAYMOND J. CONSLEY, JR., E N . Helena, Ark. JANNAR BOWEN DAVIS . . . Sargent, Ga. JOHN O. DICKINSON, E A E, Nashville, Tenn. HENRY T. ETHRIDGE, JR. . . Jackson, Tenn. EDWARD R. KANE, fb A 9 . . Atlanta, Ga. GEO. S. KNIGHT, A T A . Livingston, Tenn. HENRY RANDOLPH KRAMER . . . Fulton, Ky. DICK L. LANSDEN, A X A . Nashville, Tenn. JAMES LAWHORN . . England, Ark. LOUIS LEFTWICH, JR. . . . Nashville, Tenn. NED DAVIS LENTZ, E N . St. Petersburg, Fla. RICHARD C. MCBEE, fb A 9, Greenwood, Miss. B. B. PROVINE, JR., dv A 9 . Greenwood, Miss. JULIA REES3 ....... Eatonton, Ga. JAMES GORDON SHANKLIN, K E . Elkton, Ky. PAUL COOPER SIMPSON, E X . Nashville, Tenn. ROBERT D. VVILLOCK, E X . Nashville, Tenn. 0 PAGE 68 0 CLASS OFFICERS 0 ARTS AND SCIENCES BOYD BULLARD President HARRY GUFFEE lfiee-Presidenl ELIZABETH TATE Secretary-Treasurer TOM DAVIS Sergeant-at-Alrms 5 1? - 9 Cx A A SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING Q X GLENN NELSON il ' ' , President ef MILTON COOK Vice-President STEWART BRYAN Secretary X BOB SCHMID Treasurer f JOE HUTCHISON Sergeant-at-AI rms 'I SODNONOIQES TH E 19 , - ' Adams' Alb"1ghf A Anthony, Arnold, Ashew K I As Baum Bayer' Beasley ' ' ' , , V V . ' Bellhouse, Benedlct, - , - Bertram , :..13,, , NV? .,.. , , ,Vf-,L 1 ,V , H15 Brown. Bxummett, :ffl W V . f ,Eb V Bullflrd 56 ' ' .V ,mg , , ,. Caldwell. Jean Campbell ,, Ifi " W -PE -5 .T os. Campbell X gl' fdgmi Ig 35 V ws .f-f 1 V -f ,,,. 5-.,:-Vx'-:sw fv14::.:::qr-:-- -, -Q. " . V - ,5, - A ' " .3 . .V .... , I 5 , 523 W -' ' ' Q41 'tfq ,. f 'f: X 1 Q?f:hw?+:2 V f'I'f-sl? , g--.ggzfa , V: .g.k,..x,-,:V5fj'f'x '2':M:.e:zx . - 255151 3 s V , '-21 ,fvz , iw. 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Glee Club, Band, Cap and Bells, Ac-e Club. MARJORIE ARNOLD, A A A . Nashville, Tenn. Band Sponsor, "HustleI"' Staff, '32. LAURIN BARKER ASKEW . . Trenton, Ky. PIERCE F. ASKEW, E A E . Nashville, Tenn. Freshman Numerals in Football and Basketball, Ace Club, Basketball, '33. ELIZABETH BA'I"I'S . , Columbia, Tenn. HELEN ROSE BAUER, A E 112 . . Atlanta, Ga. "MasqueradeI'." '31-'32, Lotos Eaters. BEATRICE BEULAH BEASLEY, 1' 111 B . . . . . . . . . . .NzIshville, Tenn. Eta Sigma Plii. JAMES EDWARD BEASLEY, JR. . . Athens, Ala. A. B. IENEDICT, JR., IDA 9 . Nashville, Tenn. President Freshman Y. M. C. A., Y. M . C. A. Cabinet, President Ace Club, Assistant Manager Track. . GEORGE G. BERKO, X III . New York, N. Y. ANITA R. BERTRAM, 1' fb B . . St. Louis, Mo. Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet, "HustleI"' Reporter. MARY E. BONIIOLZER . . Tracy City, Tenn HOXVARD S. BRAGG, JR. . . Brunswick, Tenn. JESSIE LEHMON BRANTLEY . . Statesboro, Ga. LUCIE BREYER . . Nashville, Tenn. JANE R. BROWN, K A 9 . . Nashville, Tenn. C. C. BRUMMETT, fb K E . Micldlesboro, Ky. Band, '31-'32, Skull and Bones Club. JAMES BOYD BULLARD . . , Buchanan, Ga. President of Sophomore Class, "llustleI"' Staff. JEAN LOUISE CAMPBELL, 1' Kb B . Albany, Mo. Co-Editors. J. CAMPBELL, JR., A K E . Spartanburg, S. C. Glee Club. LEON CARAWAY, JR., CID K XI' . Nashville, Tenn. Glen Club, '31, Cap and Bells, '32, Blue Pencil Club. R. G. CARNAHAN, E A E . Pine Bluff, Ark. Blue Pencil Club Vice-President, Student Union Board. SURYON CIHIANG . . Seone, Korea CLAUDIA CHAPPELL, E K . Union City, Tenn. THOMAS G. COOPER, JR. . . Gleason, Tenn. ARTILUR MORTIMER CONN . . Jamaica, N. Y. VIRGINIA L. CUNNINGHAM . Riclgetop, Tenn. DOROTHY C. DALE, 1' 112 B , Nashville, Tenn. Secretary and Treasurer of Freshman Class, "Hustler" Staff, '32-'33, Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet, '32, Girls' Glee Club, '33, Sophomore Basketball, '32, XVinner Freshman W'omen's Tennis Singles, '32, T. W. DAVIS, IH, E A E . Brentwood, Tenn. ISAAC C. DELONY, E X , . Russellville, Ala. HARRIOITE C. DEMOSS . . Nashville, Tenn. HARRY' LEO DICKISON, X flf . . Ashland, Ky. U 'PAGE 7l 0 . .11 f' M X . .xx .X .. .X xx X Yu if A., x A. 5 rf:-,, -. 'fvjl X! -.Iv zfiw I Vx? n! Elma! lf Kwxlfx ,y !,,,. 0, H I ' ,' ' ,' , f, M xr " Caraway, Ck11'IlZ1l'lan Dale, Durand. Eaton Fortune. GIASSOW- Green Guerin, Hanover. X I-Iam-is Harwell, Hegariy Hooper Kirkpatrir:k, Lanier. Lapzlt TH AMN" , V . B .av " ' -,s:4::b.., Ni: I .' ' 15.5 E1933 ' ' 9,1 , ts .,n 2 4'.-9,3 ' 'f -ff::e"'.' 2-.::2.:.'f ' W. 212 gan . . wig 3 X9 A 2 1 QA Q f W? , My if 'X ? f 75 " 'Q ' gf ' Q 4 x wx 'W 'Z 2. "' s5:::.:r.s.f::-'-'lf W L:'5"k d f nf. . -:Fw A' 5329 " H . ,Q Eff l ,,. f 3 Q. f Q, .- Y Q xg 1 1,0 ys4,.1.5-:gk 4331, . x , , f 3 ft 62 X I Y y 1 ' 5 xr Q , x ag V V - - ',:' ,+ 1 we ,. gh... 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I t 5 x 5 f 5 J g ,Q fff, Wigs? , , r Q 5 , X 'S 'S if y X V '21 sf 4' we l SOPHOMORES JAMES VVESLEY DODD . . , Cincinnati, O. LAURA DUKE . . . Nashville, Tenn. F. P. DURAND, 111 A 9 . Chattanooga, Tenn. Cap and Bells, '32-'33, Freshman Baslcetljall '32. CHARLES W. EATON, H K A . Paducah, Ky. Ace Club, Student Council. MARY PHILLIPS EDMUNDS . Nashville, Tenn. MARJORY W. ELLISON . . Nashville, Tenn. JAMES A'l'LEE FICKES . . . Nashville, Tenn. BETTY FORTUNE, K A 9 . . LaFayette, Ga. S. B. FOWLER, B 9 II . Hendersonville, Tenn. HAL T. GIBSON, E A E . . Nashville, Tenn. GRACE E. GLAGOW, K A 9 . Nashville, Tenn. VVINIFRED T. GREEN, A 0 H . Gallatin, Tenn. WALLACE SPARKS GREENE . Nashville, Tenn. BROWN M. GRIGSBY, E X . . Oneonta, N. Y. HARRY J. GUFFEE, E N . . Franklin, Tenn. S. H. HAIRSTON, JR., 2 A E . Meridian, Miss. SARAH HENDERSON HAMILTON, K A 9 . . . . . . . . . . . .NaShville, Tenn KATHRYNE HARRIS, K A 9 . Nashville, Tenn. W. S. G. A., '32. WALTER BRICE HARRIS . . . Gallatin, Tenn. FLETCHER HARVEY, JR. . . . Memphis, Tenn. GEORGE PIARVEY, JR., B 9 II . Canton, Miss. CARL M. HARWELL, JR., 111 A 9 . Osceola, Ark. Freshman Football, "IlLlStlGl"' Staff, Skull and Bones, Boxing, '32, JAMES S. HATFIELD, 111 A 9 . . Orlando, Fla. JAMES W. HAYNES, K A . . Franklin, Tenn. VV. D. HAZLEHURST, A T Q , Nashville, Tenn. CHARLES K. HEGARTY, JR. . Little Rock, Ark. S. L. HIEMOVITZ, A E H . New Haven, Conn. GEORGE HILL, A T Q . . . Nashville, Tenn. J. C. ZHOLLIDAY, JR., B 9 II . Greenville, S. C. M. HOLLINS, fll A 9 . Bowling Green, Ky. VVRATHER HOLMGREEN . . San Antonio, Tex. AUGUSTA S. I'IO0PER, A A A . Memphis, Tenn. ELIZABETH J. HOPKINSON . Nashville, Tenn. HAROLD HUGGINS, A K E . Nashville, Tenn. JAMES T. JACKSON, E N . Montgomery, Ala. JACK VVARD JETER, II K A . Gleason, Tenn. J. E. JOHNSON, JR., E N . Nashville, Tenn. DANICE B. JORDAN, K A 9 . Nashville, Tenn. ABRAHAM H. KATZMAN . . Nashville, Tenn. EDWARD S. KELLY, E A E . Nashville, Tenn. S. G. KIRKPATRICK, A O H . Nashville, Tenn. Co-Editors. ' PAGE 73 0 1 if 3 ,-"X ' iw, qv KX lx W ,I I ' Love, Lovelace Martin, Mayson. McBee McHenry, Monday. Moore, S. Moore, T.. Myers, , Orman Ownbey, Patterson. Peeler Phillips, Price, Puryear 3. 4 ' ' . .-Q 4 ,f.4f.gW, -,,:.,,,,1.a ,aft E19 TH i A fi- . ' .., T Q. N '5IEi5fi'Z'Z :-. '::S2R14 :':- ruzmzz-2: ., .,:, , , W3 -1 -.im .1 1 -A4 ,-f-12, . ' - x , . . .,,, , , 4 . .. X.:,, i , - "Zt1is11?i M56 21 -:,--p.--M , - in ' .vazzmr-af ' ff6'593"' 4 5 50 if ? D 2 4 ff ,U A U, W f 5 Q22 wx I a M . f W 'K f H " " 5-ff. ,V . ,,:i:, .,4., H T312 "Q-:ff WW? . W . gf: 54 K- if . 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MCBEE, JR., 111 A 9 . Greenwood, Miss, GILBERT C. MCLEMORE . . Statesboro, Ga. CLATA REE MARTIN . . Nashville, Tenn. N. R. MARTIN, JR., 1111 A '9 . Nashville, Tenn. Cap and Bells Club, '30-'31, Cap and Bells Board. '31-'32. JosEPH D. MAXYSON, YP A 9 . . Buford, Ga. KATHRYN G. MILLSPAUGH . Nashville, Tenn. G. J. MONTGOMERY, 119 A 9 . Greenwood, Miss. CHASE CURRAN MOONEY . Brentwood, Tenn. STANFORD MOORE, '12 K E . Nashville, Tenn. Ace Club: "I-Iust1eI"' Staff: Blue Pencil Club, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. ROBERT S. MooRMAN, A K E . Huntsville, Ala. JOHN ANDREW MURFREE, K Z . Becker, Miss. VV. H. MYERS, JR., B 9 II . . Savannah, Ga. Vice-President Freshman Class, Skull and Bones, Blue Pencil Club, Freshman Track. JAYNE ALSTON NAPIER . . . Ashwoocl, Tenn. MARY FRENCH NOEL, K A 9, Nashville, Tenn. C P. NOELL, JR., 2 X . . Covington, Tenn. MARY E. OMAN, I' 112 B . Nashville, Tenn. JOHN F. ORMAN, A K E . Spring Hill, Tenn. Freshman Track, Blue Pencil Club: Ace Club' Assistant Manager Football, '32-'33, , WILLIAM EDGAR OVERALL . Nashville, Tenn. MABEL VV. OWNBEY, A O H . Memphis, Tenn. Eta Sigma Phi, '32-'33, Co-Editors, '32-'83, Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet, '33g Lotos Eaters, '33, B. PATTERSON, JR., KP K A11 . Nashville, Tenn. "Commodore" Representative. '31-'32, '32-'31l: "Hustler Staff, '31-'33: Vice-President Ace Club, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Cap and Bells Club. ALBREY JOHN PEDDY, JR. . . Lakeland, Fla. ELIZABETH PEELER, Z K . Huntingdon, Tenn. JAMES LEA PEERY, A T Q . . Polk, Tenn. CARLYLE R. PHELPS, H K A . Nashville, Tenn. KATE K. PHILLIPS, K A 9 . . Paducah, Ky. Lotos Eaters. VV. J. PHILLIPS, A T SZ . Fountain City, Tenn. R. H. PICKERING, JR. . . Clarksville, Tenn. MARY ELIZABETH PIKE . . Springfield, Tenn. FRANCES CONSTANCE PREWI'l'I',L K A 9 . . . . . . . . . . . ,Nashville, Tenn. lfARL R. PRICE, fb A 9 . . Middlesboro, Ky. Skull and Bones. MAURICE COLLINE PRUITI' . Nashville, Tenn. CLARA BELLE PURYEAR, K A 9 . Elkton, Ky. JAMES A. RANSOM . . Murfreesboro, Tenn. 0' PAGE 75 0 'mi ,.-All fy 'Q ll lf jx, . fi l 'Qxxxllqf f fixwll- y .I A. '-'sf 1 'QR ', ,Nz lj : ' x Q. X V, 'a ' all-.' lvl 'K I f 1 -l X. f N ,-,qt U if w 1 N , X lx V xx ' 1 1 Ralston. Ray Reisman Robinson, Ross, Ruddell Russell, Smith, Snell Stjlz, Stoves, Tate Taylor, Turner, 'Wall Wal ters, Wa1'd, Weaver THE 1933 . ,RN ' 483' QQQWQQT-S21 " H, , .51--f:: 2211. if V ' . . -. w,-msn: M 'iiiiffzff fs . is ,,:1 " 2. W 7 fl? : T M . H '...'.-f'H15z:f.1 -, .f...,wf? 9 - 'I ':'E2Ef' Wifi? ' ,I "7 ' 2 2,31-5: ' of I -z-ff-f..2?s5,25:1 , ' . . . 3' 1. X we , 'f . 4' ' 3? Q N ,of , fi y, 5140, Q, , Q ,, Y ,Q ,, V fs 2 9 1 gym .iiisiy hff 'Iii . mis' ls -X .w is g t 3. 4 ...is ' 12 W ill 25 4 f' A , ,,, .,,.,., XV Q A Nizffili EE: iii f' -.,s"' .mfwi .,.- .A M, c ..,.,, Q 'FEE' , 2: '- .J . - gf. ..5:.Q fy ff f - . ' i6 N,SEF.'531 Sklzffss 'Q W., ii' , ., A. - 1 1. ' N" N- ':'..F: ' "" - 'N iE"3ikHs.r:2:f:-:l' WN ., 4... 4 , -. fu 'Ga R ibs. " ' 2' ,ae 4 ,X 1 " A . A x , , va 32- Xu. Q A " X Q f 45 W sg K x W ' . ,..,.,,. ., , .52 R, 0 Y 'g b Vg 1 fx 3 'f f 1 P 'Y s X J , ,I PAGE 76 0 :- 1- V1.2 .fl f 25251: H H Tia 4, .,,- mygyg, 1-f,.,..,,,.,,-1.2. f P ,.,.,..,.. ' 'vw-ff'-1-z' w. -l ve - ..-:m:f:a:s:s:r V M, Yi? .V . ...X . .:,.g1'q:f:,..:4.w. ' . .. 12"-4 A: I! IJVA ,, , ,.-. .fx : , - ,, 5, .. . ,., X' X . ': -. .5 1 . N, was ' f' . -' I:-A: ' w .ISA - fer, SS5::,::..g.:. . w as: -X 'F V i A X 3 B , Xi ,-QQ QW S X 1 f lf :X:. . X 5 l ,Q X N X N saga A X . 1.4 .Q V ' 5 z 3 ' SCPHCDMORES RUSSELL B. RAY, Z A E . . Memphis, Tenn. "Hust1eI"' Staff. '31-'33: Cap and Bells, '32, Blue Pencil Club. JAMES H. REES, E A E . Fayetteville, Tenn. LUCILE REISMAN, A E KD . Chattanooga, Tenn. "Hustler" Staff, '32-'33g CO-ed "l-IustleI"' Staff, '31, Co-Editors, '32-'33. MILBREY S. ROGERS, I' flf B . Nashville, Tenn. KATHERINE BOWMAN RALSTON, K A 9 . . . . . .... Lookout Mountain, Tenn. co-Editors, '31-'33, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '32-'33. ANNE LESLIE Ross, A A A . Gallatin, Tenn. Y. W. O. A. cabinet. MARGARET LOUISE RUDDELL . Springheld, Mo. Secretary of "M2IsqueI'a.fler," '30-'31-52. VV. E. RUSSELL, E A E . Centerville, Tenn. Assistant Editor "l-Instlt-r"g Cap and Bells Club, Blue Pencil Club. VIRGINIA SAMUEL, E K . . Nashville, Tenn. JOSEPH H. SAYERS, B 9 II . Nashville, Tenn. JAMES A. SCOGGINS, JR, slr A 9 . Tupelo, Miss. Basketball "V", Football Squad, Freshman Football. Baslieilaall, Baseball, Owl Club. VVILLIAM N. SHANDS, Ili A 6 . Jackson, Miss. J. Sl-IEALY, JR., KID K XI' . Alexander City, Ala. ROBERT ALTON SHUEY, JR. . Berkeley,-Calif. FRANCIS DEAN SMITH . , Fayetteville, Tenn. JOE HARRY SMITH, K E . Springheld, Tenn. Band, Glee Club, '31-'32. ROBERT VV. SMITH, A X A . Owensboro, Ky. MARTI-IA AMIE SNELL, A O H . Soochow, China Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet, '33, Co-Editors, '32-'33. ALBERT G. SPIVEY, JR., X fb . Nashville, Tenn. EVELYN ELIZABETH STILZ . . Gallatin, Tenn. Valkyries. MARY E. STOVES, K A 9 . Nashville, Tenn. E. I-I. STRAYHORN, A T Q , Nashville, Tenn. JESSE VVEED STUART, K E . Nashville, Tenn. S. STUBBINS, JR., A K E . Birmingham, Ala. ELIZABETH L. TATE, A A A . Nashville, Tenn. President of Lotos Eaters, SeCI'etaI'y-Treasiirei' Sophomore Class. NIARION G. TAYLOR, E K . Nahsville, Tenn. JOSEPH EMERSON THERRELL . Aberdeen, Miss. MARY FRANCES TUCKER . SARAH LOUISE TUCKER . Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. FENNELL P. TURNER, E X . New York, N. Y. Freshman Football, Delta Phi Alpha, Skull and Bones: Set-retary-T1'easuI'er Blue Pencil Club, Assistant Editor "Hustler," '32-'33. HENRX' F. TURNER, JR., B 9 H , Paducah, Ky. EVELYN C. TUTTLE . . New York, N. Y. CLEMENT VVEBSTER VVALL . . Stuttgart, Ark. ELIZABETH VVALTERS, 1' ell B . Nashville, Tenn. Y. VV. C A. Cabinet, Lotos Eaters. PORTIA S, VVARD, I' fb B . Nashville, Tenn. Freshman Class Chairman, '31"323 Vice-Presb dent Baptist Student Union. JOE THOMAS WHITFIELD . . Nashville, Tenn. ROBERT LEE WHORLEY . . . Nashville, Tenn. 0' PAGE 77 0 , l .,.., if. I 2 3, j Xl -it I if yt ,. ,I ,.f It I , I V Cliff ft X N, t f .J , J I 1... 1 . l X ei, L: J A l I l I -'C-fir' Xxx Mfr, I ,r, Xl. ri an ,f 'l -.1-I 1 . 1 ,. , CI fy ilfff' I SOPHOMORES E. E. WILKINSON, II K A . Nashville, Tenn. JOHN L. VVILSON, fb A 9 . . . Sturgis, Ky PHILIP WILLIAMS, ID A 9 . Nashville, Tenn. VV. VVINTER, JR., E A E . Chattanooga, Tenn HUBERT FRANKLIN WILSON . . . Opp, Ala. GEORGE OVIATT WOOD. . Campbellsville, Ky SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING JAMES G. BAKER, dv K E . Madisonville, Ky Owl Club. BRUCE M. BAYER, E N . . Nashville, Tenn Owl Club. - EUGENE MITCHELL BECK, E X . Erwin, Tenn. Varsity Football. JAMES VVALTER BELL . . . . Augusta, Ga JOHN E. BOUCHARD, E X . Nashville, Tenn l IAS. R. LOVE, III, B 9 H . Nashville, Tenn Ace Club. EWELL N. MCCLURE, E N , Nashville, Tenn WILLIAM ERWIN MCEWEN Columbia, Tenn RICHARD CURTIS MELLON . . Nashville, Tenn CHARLES M. MONDAY, K E . Lake Charles, La Glee Club, Band, Ace Club. TOM BRADY MOORE, E N . . Nashville, Tenn Honor Committee. ALAN S. BRYAN, K A . Johnson City, Tenn Freshman Football. HARLOW REED CAMPBELL . Nashville, Tenn ROBERTSON F. CAMPBELL, 2 N . Gary, Ind MILTON F. COOK, A T Q . Nashville, Tenn FRANCIS H. CROCKETT, E X FRANK WM. DAHLINGER . WILLIS CLYDE GRIEFITH . Jos. B. HUTCIiISON, E A E . NORMAN E. JACKSON, E N JOHN RAY KILGORE . . ISODORE KLOTT . . Nashville, Tenn. SJ' Nashville, Tenn. . Kilgore, Tex. Nashville, Tenn . Newnan, Ga Nashville, Tenn Nashville, Tenn. JEROME MORRIS ...... Orange, N. J GLEN NELSON, JR., K A . . Nashville, Tenn CLAIBORNE H. PHILLIPS . . Nashville, Tenn ERNEST NELSON POTTS . Chapel Hill, Tenn JAMES H. POWELL, A T Sl . Minor Hill, ZELOTES ELLIS RICE . . . ROBERT L. SCHMID, K A . HENRY SHARP . '. . GEORGE D. WALLER, JR. . BEN PUGH WALSH, E A E . SEDGILWICK DAVID WEST . 0 PAGE 78 0 Tenn . Erwin, Tenn Nashville, Tenn Nashville, Tenn Nashville, Tenn Texarkana, Ark Nashville, Tenn. CLASS OFFICERS 0 ARTS AND SCIENCES ROBERT OLIVER Pnavirlafzt ROBERT THOMPSON Vice-President MIRIAM KUHN Sefrelary-Treasurer FRANK HUDSON S1'1'gea1zt-at-:Hills ROBERT VVALLS Honor Commiliee SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING THOMAS UFFLEMAN Presidcfzt KENNETPI BLUME Vina'-PrcJia'enl EARL LACY Sfcretary-Tz'ea5zz1'f1' BRUCE HENDERSON Sfrgcant-at-Hrnzs VVILLIAM SMITH Honor Council SCHOOL OF LAW JOE ABRAHAM Prmidcnt PAUL L. ALLEN Vice-President LEE JOHNSON Secretary-Trc'a.vurm' GLASGOW REYNOLDS Honor Covnvrziitee GX Q A IX W ' X I r M RESH N Alderman, Alexander Berman, Billington. Booker. Boswell, Buchanan, Burnett-9, Caldwell, Butler, Calhoun Christopher, Colton, Cornelius, Crawford Crisp, Dandridge. Doubleday, Drumright, TH E19 .. .,,,:. v "" M .R 4, l. 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MYRON P. FISHEL, A X A . Nashville, Tenn. JAMES R. FORTUNE, CIP A 9 . LaFayette, Ga. SYLVIA FRANK ..... Nashville, Tenn. JOHN COOPER GEIOER . . . Nashville, Tenn. CHARLES F, GENY, E N . . Nashville, Tenn. A. S. GHERTNER, Z B T . Nashville, Tenn. ARCIIIE FRANCIS GIBSON . Tarrytown, N. Y. ERNEST W, GODFREY .... Eastman, Ga. 0 PAGE 8l 0 l I I'l I I I I ' l ,.Il.I W ,lI II I'-DJ!! ,I ,I,' ' QI l 1 lr, f 1 V? V 1 l' l All Z QU ,V A Sf K R 1'- lxx. UW. lxl xlfi V fl. Xlxxllf xl. . K Fl, f K9 l X ll K. 'ku ':', xl KV 4 l Ellis, M. E., Ellis. R., Evans, Fishel Frank, Fisllel Giles, Graham Hall, Hardee. Harris, Haynie Hnon, Holland, Holloway, Hudson, B., Hudson, F. Hume, Hutchison Hyman, Ingram Jarrell, Jenkins, Johnson, Katz Kidd, King, Kirshner, Iil0QDD6l' TH E19 vm: ,ski 1 ' 'W V , l ! 4152, '12, .:V::-- we X Wm X ' . - 3,53 Qi .vw ' ' -' s 57"-F7' " -A A' 4- f:3535i" 'b7' "H -' 93222-ff . , r ' 'S' I EQ-53 15? . xg:-2 ' , Af --Iwi' -+ 'lf 'ZS 2:11 ' . -1211 N , - . ., VV.: 9 ...V K 3? 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' 12fW:f5S' -'I ' ' saggy' 0 PAGE 82 9 x X? , i 4 2- , "X' X' it: ,..V "bm s.:513'5I- 3 " 55' V X 4 X X, R 3 ww Saw ' , YP A' AV-3 J Q V wwf W'- Q 33 FRESHM EN COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE ALEX EDWIN GODWIN . . Nashville, MERRITT D. GOETZ, A K E . Nashville, MARY MODERA GOULD . . Nashville, CLARK GOWER ..... Nashville, JEAN C. GRAHAM, A 0 II . Nashville, MARGUERITE VV. GREENE . Nashville, HENRY O. GRENLEY, E N . Memphis, KATE ELLEN GRUVER . .Nashville, SARA L. GUERIN, P sb B . . Nashville, WADE HAMPTON, fb A 9 . Chattanooga, Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn GLADYS HANOVER .... Birmingham, Ala MILDRED EUNICE HAUN . . Franklin, Tenn EVIE MAE MAYNIE . . . . Russellville, Ky. HUGH BARNETTE HELM, JR. . Nashville, MAY HERON, I' ff' B . . . Nashville, WILLIM B. HINES, B 9 IT . Nashville, JAMES w7ARNER HOESTEAD . . Jackson, O. B. I'IOFSTET'I'ER, JR., K Z . Nashville, WALTER FOX HOLLAND . . Nashville, JACK D. HOLLIS, A X A . . 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K Tenn Tenn n, Ky Tenn Tenn Calif Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn. JAMES WRIGHT LUCAS . . Washington, Ga JOHN DEWS MCCAULEY . . . Lexington, Ky THOMAS E. MCGRATH . . Nashville, Tenn MARY ELIZABETH MCHENRY . Madison, Tenn LEONIDAS LEE MACK, 112 K 2 . Newport, Ark "Hustler" Reporter." THOMAS E. MALONE, K E . Nashville FOREST M. MARKER, JR. . ,. Nashville, RICHARD E. MARTIN, JR. . . Nashville, IAS. R. MASON, fb K E DAN MATISON . . . , Tenn Tenn Tenn . McMinnville, Tenn . . Nashville, JAMES WM. iV.iA'I'THEWS . . Nashville, Tenn Tenn l . 'Ulf x I I I BERNICE I. HYMAN, A E QD . Nashville, Tenn. G. M. INGRAM, JR., B G II . Nashville, Tenn. RANDALL JARRELL .... Nashville, Tenn. EDW. O. JENKINS, JR. . Goodlettsville, Tenn. THOMAS S. JOY, B 9 II . . Nashville, Tenn. EDMOND H. KALMON, Z B T . . Albany, Ga. SAMUEL IRVING KATZ . . . Nashville, Tenn. PHILIP REID KERR, B 9 II . Nashville, Tenn. JOHN KARL KERSHAW, K A . Gainesville, Ga. BETTYE LOUISE KING, K A 9, Louisville, Ky. RUTH HELEN KIRSHNER . . Nashville, Tenn. MELVIN L. KORMAN, Z B T . Nashville, Tenn. EDWARD B. MAUPIN, JR. . . Louisville, Ky JOI-IN LAVVRENCE MERRITT . Nashville, Tenn CATHERINE OCOA MOORE, I' fb B . Tampa, Fla EUGENE J. MORRIS, E A E . T Moultrie, Ga VVM. H. MULLIN, E A E . Texarkana, Tex C. B. NANCARROW, E A E . Texarkana, Ark. H. L. NELSON, JR., fl, K E . Nashville, Tenn ISAAC JAMES NEWTON, fb A 6 . VVilmot, Ark O. F. NOEL, JR., A T Q . Nashville, Tenn LIVINGSTON P. NOELL, JR. . Nashville, Tenn MARTHA LOU OAKLEY . , . Nashville, Tenn PAUL EVERETT OYKAIN . . Nashville, Tenn 0' PAGE 83 0 ,I QF I 'l I I . Im., 'I ,' lI 2 l, I' - - I If 1 l I I ll f 'I Il'I f fx .1 lllfi If li I, ,f l A ,, ,,., A J Eg x ' I V. V X 'J XL IIA ! 1 x X1 ' M sl T V XT- 'H -l 1 - x yLxU,g I V' W ix Nj Q , X.. V -V xxx V. 1. 1 X if X w Kuykendall. Lackey, Lacy, Law Levine, Loventhal. Mack, Marker Marlin, Washbul'n, Mason, McCord Mueller, Moore, Morgan Nicholst, Noell Oakley, Owens. Pafford, D., Pafford, V. 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PARKER, E X . ROBERT C. PATTERSON, JR. . BEN HOOPER PATY . . . . Valdosta, Ga. fl, . Ashland, Ky. . Gulfport, Miss. 9 . Tunica, Miss. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Houston, Tex. Lebanon, TeIIn. STEVE HAROLD STEVENS . . Nashville Tenn. .V BAIN T. STEWART, Z A E . Shelbyville, Tenn. VVILLIAM ANDREW STROUD . Nashville, Tenn. HARDY A. SULLIVAN . . Winter Garden, Fla. ALFRED GASTON SWEDLAW . Birmingham, Ala. KA'I'l'IRYN ELIZABETH SWIGGART, K A 9 . . . . . . . . . . .Union City, Tenn Co-Editors, '32-'33. ALBERT K. TAYLOR, E A E . Blytheville, Ark. MARTIN A. PEEBLES, E N . Columbia, Tenn. , , , BOB F. THOMPSON, K A . . ColumbIa, Miss. PAUL WRIGHT PERRY . . . Dickson, Tenn. Vice-P,.es,de,.,, of Freshman Class, ELIZABETH B. PETWAY . - Nashville, Tenn. , JOHN R, A, TOMKWS l , , Gallatln, Tenn, CAROLYN PIERSON ----- C0lUmbUS, GH- HERBERT MORTIMER TRULL . Nashville, Tenn. RALPH G. PIERSON . . . New Orleans, La. ALBERTA TUCKER ,,,, Naslwllle, Tenn, MARY I' PITCOCK, E K - - Nashville, Tenn- JESSIE EDNA TUCKER . . . Franklin, Tenn. JOHN HOUSTON POLK . . . Nashville, Tenn. WM, H, TUCKER, gp K 2 , Dyersburg, fl-elm, A- J- PORTER, JR-I 'KD A 9 - Nashville, Telm- JOHN DAVID VADEN, 2 N . . Franklin, Tenn. EDWARD K- PREWVIT, K A - Nashville, TCUU- L. VAN DEGRIET, JR., X K E, Nashville, Tenn. MARK LIBBY PURYEAR . . . Franklin, Tenn. FRED VV, VVAGENER, X 4, , , Brooklyn, N, Y, VVILLIAM GATES RICH . . Nashville, Tenn. T, M, WAKEFIELD, E X , Nasllvllle, Tenn, CHARLES E. ROBBINS, E X Gallatin, Tenn. MARY K, WALLACE , , lellersontown, Ky, ELOISE ROBINSON .... Madisonville, Ky. R, G, WALLS, JR., B 9 II . Memphis, Tenn. C. S. ROBISON, A K E . . . St. Louis, Mo. I. L, ROSENBLOOM, Z B T . . Jackson, Tenn HELEN ROTH, A E fb . . . Nashville, Tenn ANNETTE ROTHSTEIN, A E T, Nashville, Tenn GEORGE E. ROULHAC, B 9 II . Florence, Ala J. W. ROLAND, JR., B 9 II . Nashville, Tenn JOHN WM. SAMPLE, JR. . Nashville, Tenn IRVING SOL SCHULMAN . . Nashville, Tenn STEPHEN M. SCHUSTER . . Woodmere, N. Y ROBERT E. SHANKLIN, X fb . . Ashland, Ky MOE SHARGEL ...... Brooklyn, N. Y FRANCES ELIZABETH SHAVER, Nashville, Tenn THOMAS JORBAN SHORT . Spring Hill, Tenn DOUGLAS SIMPKINS, -SD A 9 . Springfield, Tenn DOUGLAS SKIDMORE, A T S2 . Nashville, Tenn JEROME K. SMALL, Z B T . Nashville, Tenn LINDA GLENN SNEED . . . Nashville, Tenn HAMILL STANSEIELD . . . Nashville, Tenn C. STEPHENSON, JR., A K E, Holly Spgs., Miss. HELEN W. STERLING . . . Nashville, Tenn HARRY WALTERS, JR., Z A E, Nashville, Tenn. CATHRAN FRANCES WANDS, A A A . . . . . . . . . . .Nashville, Tenn ALICE LANE WASHINGTON . Nashville, Tenn. O'BRYAN WASHINGTON, JR. . Nashville, Tenn. THOMAS G. WATKINS, JR. . Nashville, Tenn. WALTER VVATTLES, A T Q . Nashville, Tenn. LOIS VERA WATTS .... Nashville, Tenn. ELLEN BARNETT WHITEMAN, Nashville, JEAN GRAHAM WHORLEY . Nashville, FLOYD MURRAY WILEY . . Columbia, Tenn. Tenn Tenn JOHN B. WILKES, 111 K 2 . . Durant, Miss FELIX J. VVILLEY, JR., K E . Mer Rouge, La TORREY SPIVEY WOOD . . Hollandale, Miss. KATHERINE C. WOODS . . Nashville, Tenn MARGARET ALICE WRIGHT . Nashville, Tenn CHARLES L. WROTON, E A E . Macon, Ga JOHN L. WYATT, A X A . Nashville, Tenn HELEN E. YATPE, A E 112 . New York, N. Y RUTH L. ZEHNDER, K A 9 . Nashville, Tenn 0' PAGE 85 0 I ,. -I .,- l ,I I .l 3 l l l I Il I 'I A. ,gl ,f,,, I I 'II l I I I' SI . ' , ,f 'JIT I l ,I' ,ff . lille" , , P ,, , , .II I I RN, I l .. Il I ,l 'I EI., i li! l lzf, .I .ff ISI., I lf ,, y Cf!!! A l l., .ll IQ: ..,, ll l .-'X my ff fy z 63fi,f,f xl, . isksw Xxx 1 if 1 K Hxu " HW ' xx xl f ,D Llxkfxm I If ,- N.: EN ' 'L QXXX fx Q fill. X1 4 A x YN 311 11V N X. 'JN N, ',, Q, .yt X fy- .Z-, -If 1 xf s W s V-f V vi ' . . A ' 7, ' ,ix -, V . i X W Riddlehuber, Roth, Rothstein, Rowland Schafer. Seay, Shasteen, Shearon Shofner, Smith, E., TH E19 33 ws- -1,-,s.Fw,', "A url: i'IY5'f'?- a 11:??5'5' 35-"'Ev"V1... 521' 'fi-. 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MORRIS BENKOVITZ . . . . Dayton, Tenn. ROBT. D. BLUM, JR., Z B T . Nashville, Tenn. Vice-President of Class. KENNETH BERNICE BLUME . Nashville, Tenn. JOE LEVE BOOKER, A T Q . Nashville, Tenn. Freshman Football, Y. M. C. A. SAM BROWN ...-.... Dallas, Tex. HARRY J. BUCHANAN . . . Nashville, Tenn. HAROLD ULRUCH BUCHI . . Nashville, Tenn. WILLIAM DANIEL CALOY, JR. . Gallatin, Tenn. JERE SHUNK CAVE . . . Caracas, Ver Iezuela VVILLIAM H. LAMBETH, JR. . Nashville, Tenn FRANK LOWENSTEIN . . . Nashville, Tenn IVAN MAYER . ..... Lake Charles, La NATHAN ROBERT MEFFORD . Nashville, Tenn JAMES COKE MOORE . , Buena Vista, Tenn VVILLS N. MORGAN, K A . Nashville, Tenn DUANE SULLIVAN PAEFORD . Nashville, Tenn HENRY E. PARMER, K A . Nashville, Tenn FRANK K. PITTMAN, -fb K E . Greenville, Miss "Hustler" Reporter, '32-'33. ERB CLARK ROBERTS . . McMinnville, Tenn WILL SHEARON, JR. . . . Nashville, Tenn E. E. SMITH, JR., SIR A 9 . Middleshoro, Ky RICHARD THOMAS CLARK . . Nashville, Tenn. SAMUEL BRUCE CLARKE . . Memphis, Tenn. JOHN THOMAS CRAVEN . . . St. Louis, Mo. CECIL H. ELROD, B 9 II . Murfreesboro, Tenn. R. C. GILES, JR., B 9 H . Nashville, Tenn. STACEY GRAHAM .... Nashville, Tenn. CLARENCE POLK GREEN . . Nashville, Tenn. DUDLEY EASTLAND GREEN . Nashville, Tenn. WILLIAM TERRILL HALL . . Nashville, Tenn. BRUCE DOOLIN HENDERSON . Nashville, Tenn. GEORGE A. HENDERSON . . Hermitage, Tenn. J. C. HOLLOWAY, JR., B 9 II, Nashville, Tenn. BUEORD KEENE ..... Hillsdale, Tenn. WILLIAM S. KIDD, A X A . Livermore, Ky. CHANCELLOR EARL LACY . Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. Freshman Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. HORACE FRANKLIN SMITH . VVILLIAM CICERO SMITH, JR. VVILILIAM H. SMITH, B 9 II. JOHN DOUGLAS SUTTERLIN . RANNIE THROOMORTON . . VIRCIL RAY TOMLIN . . . FRED BIRCHFIELD TUCKER . THOMAS NEIL UFFLEMAN . NEW'YON KELLY VAUGHAN . ROBERT LAUNIS WALKER . LEMUEI. A. WARNER, JR. . RICHARD W. WATKINS, K E . RUPERT PRYOR WILKERSON . SAM JOSEPH ZIEGLER . . . SCHOOL OF LAW JOE ABRAHAM, Z B T . . . Huntsville, Ala. LUNSFORD ALLEN, JR., IIA K E . Belmont, Miss. I-IOMER ARMSTRONG, A T A . Moorhead, Miss. LORENZO BENNETT . . . Kalamazoo, Mich. KENNETH BOAGNI, fb A 9 . . Opelousas, La. E. J. BUTLER ...... Madison, Ark. ESTELLE COHEN .... . ALI.IE CONWAY, K E . . . W. D. DOSSETT, K A . . . JAMES EATON, K A . . . PATRICK ESTES . . Nashville, Tenn . LaFayette, Ga Nashville, Tenn . Frankfort, Ky . Maylield, Ky Nashville, Tenn . Tallulah, La Nashville, Tenn Nashville, Tenn Nashville, Tenn Nashvile, Tenn Nashville, Tenn . Mayfield, Ky Nashville, Tenn Nashville, Tenn Sharpsburg, Ky . Beulah, Miss Nashville, Tenn Nashville, Tenn MARSHALL FUNK, 112 K 111, Bowling Green, Ky 0 PAGE 87 0 ALLEN GUILD, K A . . FRESH SCHOOL OF LAW fContinuedj . . Nashville, Tenn. ROBERT HORSELEY, 2 A E . Hartsville, Tenn. DAVID HOWARD . . . . Kalamazoo, PAUL HUDGINS, f-I1 K N11 . Union City, P. G. HYMAN . . . LEE JOHNSON, A K E . J. H. JONES .... CHARLES KATTERJOHN DUNCAN MCRAE, E A GILBERT MERRITT . . WM. MONTGOMERY . . EDWARD PEACOCK, fb A 9 . W. G. REYNOLDS . . JUANITA ALDERMAN . ALICE BANE BRAZIER . RUBY LEE BUTLER . LILLIE CHRISTOPHER . ELISE COLEMAN . . DIXIE D. DANIEL . MARY FRANCES DAVIS VIRGINIA MAE DIX . MARY ELISE FLETCHER MORTIMER GARRETT . FRANCES HARDEE . . BLANCHE HUDSON . . MARGARET JAMES . . GRACE JAROLEMAN . KATHERINE L. JOHNSON . . RUTH JONES .... EMMA LEE KELLEY . . . . MARY FRANCES KLOEPFER . ELIZABETH ANNE KRANZ . Mich. Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. . . .Dallas, Texas . Glen Ferris, W. Va. . . . Henderson, Ky. E . . . Prescott, Ark. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Memphis, Tenn. Clarksdale, Miss. Nashville, Tenn. SCHOOL . . Sylvester, Ga. Columbia, Tenn. . . . .Paris, Tenn. . . Campobella, S. C. . . Brentwood, Tenn. . . Alberta, Canada . . Fayetteville, Tenn. . . Winterhaven, Fla. . River Junction, Fla. . . . Columbia, Ga. - . Quitman, Miss. . . Cookeville, Tenn. . . Vermillion, S. D. Glendora, Miss. Columbia, Tenn. . . -Columbus, Ga. Whitesville, Ky. Columbia, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. CARRA LOU MCCASKILL . . Somerville, Tenn. O MEN MALCOLM RICHIE .... Somerville, Tenn. FARLAND ROBBINS, 2 N . . . Mayfield, Ky. KENT SAMPSON, Q A 9 . . . Harlan, Ky. SEYMOUR SAMUELS . . . . Nashville, Tenn. MARTIN SISK . . . . Nashville, Tenn. EDMUND SMITH .... Clarksville, Tenn. WILLIAM SMITH, 112 K if . Nashville, LERA STEVENS . .... Nashville, Tenn. Tenn. WILLIAM SWEARINGEN, K A . Bartow, Fla. MANUEL VALAsIcE . . CURTIS WEEKS . . . RICHARD WERTHEIMER ROBERT P. WILLIAMS . NURSING JESSIE MCCORD. . . Nashville, Tenn. Brooklyn, N. Y. Cumberland, Md. . Chattanooga, Tenn. Allisona, Tenn. JIMMIE MARLIN . Thompson Station, Tenn. MARY FRANCES MASHBURN . . . Cadiz, Ky. VIRGINIA MOELLER . . . .Louisvi1le, Ky. BETTY MAXINE MUSGRAVE, Louisville, Tenn. MARJORIE NICHOLS. . . . Charlotte, Tenn. MARGARET I. PORTER . . . Richburg, S. C. HELEN PRAYTOR . . . - Birmingham, Ala. MILDRED REDFORD . . . . Glasgow, Ky. ROSENA RICHARDSON ..... Erin, Tenn. ERNA SCHAFER . Guatamala, Central America DOROTHY SEAY ..... Anderson, S. C. WILMA SHASTEEN . . . Fayetteville, Tenn. PHEBE SHOFNER . . . Fayetteville, Tenn. FRANCES SMITH . . . . Westpoint, Ga. MARTHA STEIN ..... Nashville, Tenn. MARY KATHERINE WARD . . Thornton, Miss. Jo HILNA WEATHERLY . . Nashville, Tenn. RUTH WOOD ...... New Hope, Ala. DORIS ZIMMERMAN . . . Mulberry, Fla. 0 PAGE 88 0 hough thoroughly in harmony with the Vanderbilt spirit and purpose, the School ol lVledicine and its companion, the School ol Nursing, represent a distinct and separate phase ol student lile and therefore are deserving ol a separate section in the year poola Sckoofofg MEDICINE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE SENIOR CLASS O LUCILE RUSSELL ANDERSON . Sylacauga, Ala. Candidate for M.D. DAVID SCOTT BAYER . . . Nashville, Tenn. Candidate for M.D. Sigma Nug Phi Chi: Alpha Omega Alpha.: Ace Club, '27-'28g Skull and Bonesg Freshman Honor Roll, '30g Yllitherspoon Club. RANKIN C. BOUNT .... Cynthiana, Ky. Candidate for M.D. ' Pi Kappa Alphag Alpha Kappa Kappag Witherspooll Club. JOSEPH GEO. BOHORFOUSH . Birmingham, Ala. Candidate for M.D. JOSEPH ROBERT BOWMAN . Johnson City, Tenn. ' Candidate for M.D. Alpha Kappa Kappag Alpha Omega Alphag President of Eve Clubg President of Student Body, Medical School. HAROLD W. BROWN . Muskegon Hts., Mich. Candidate for 1W.D. Phi Beta Pig Alpha Omega Alpha. OGDEN CARR BRUTON . .Mt. Gilead, N. C. Candidate for M.D. Alpha Kappa Kappa. HENRY MURFREE CARNEY . Tullahoma, Tenn. Candidate for .M.D. Delta Tau Delta: Phi Chi, Alpha Omega Alphag Tl'itherspOon Club. SOLOMON F. COPE . . McMinnville, Tenn. Candidate for M.D. Phi Beta Pig Member of Honor Committee, '32-'33. MARVIN BROWN CORLETTE . Nashville, Tenn. Candidate for M.D. Phi Chi: Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Omega Alpha- 0 PAGE 90 0 SCHOOL OF MEDICINE SENIOR CLASS 0 ROLLIN A. DANIEL, JR. . Old Hickory, Tenn. Candidati' for M.D. Alpha Tau Omegag Alpha. Kappa Kappag Alpha Omega. Alphag Skull and Bones. '29-'30, KNitlIeI-spoon Club. WILLIAM BARRETT FARRIS . . Cave City, Ky. Candidate for M.D. Alpha Kappa Kappa.. JAMES GWEN FINNEY . . . Florence, Ala. Candidate for M.D. ' Phi Chip Secretary of Skull and Bones Club, '28-'291 WitheI'spoon Club. WILLIAM HENRY FLYTHE . Laurel Hill, N. C. Candidate' for M.D. THOMAS F. FRIST . . . . Madison, Miss. Candidate for M.D. Sigma. Alpha. Epsilong 'Witherspoon Club. JOHN WILSON GARNETT, JR. . Ft. Worth, Tex. Candidate for M.D. Phi Beta Pig Commodore Representzmtivep President of Class, '31-'32g Vice-President of Eve Club, Honor C0111- mittee, '31-'32-'33g Chairman of Honor Committee, '32-'33, LESLIE M. GARRETT . . . Booneville, Ky. Candidate for M.D. Phi Beta. Pig Honor Council Sub-Committee, '29g Honor Council, '32g Eve Club. Loins GOLDMAN .... New York, N. Y. Candidate for M.D. ' SARAH FRANCES GRAFF . . . Rushville, Ill. Candidate for M.D. Commodore Represontzitive, '28-'29g Vice-Presiclent of Class, '29-'30. O. WENDELL HARRIS . . Nashville, Tenn. Candidate for M.D. Phi Beta Pig Glee Club: Skull and Bonesg Eve Club. -0 PAGE 9I 0 . .A mb X . S - M, ,. I .Le IV ,L ,li XX fy I vw K II I II I ,ff , I MW I 1 IJ I 7'- in -XII I' I, IM IX ,f, -Q1 fl I 4 x. QI Cyl I O 192W , W- '. . ..,,. . N... ,.a,.,., 1-Z! U :HN SCHOOL OF MEDICINE SENIOR CLASS 0 THOMAS A. HATHCOCK, JR. . Norwood, N. C. Candidate for M.D. Alpha Kappa. Kappa. GEORGE AUBREY HAWES . . Conway, S. C. Candidate for M.D. Alpha Kappa Kappag Vice-President of Class, '31-'32, HUGH LEAVELL HOUSTON . . Murray, Ky. Candidate for M.D. Delta Tau Deltag Sigma Xig Alpha Chi Sigma.: Alpha. Kappa Kappa: Honor Roll. '29g Eve Club. J. T. LIPE ...... Little Rock, Ark. Candidate for M.D. Beta Theta Pi. BENJAMIN LIPSCHITZ . . . Corona, N. Y. Candidate for M.D. Louis LOWENSTEIN . . . Nashville Tenn. Candidate for M.D. ' Zeta. Beta Taug Skull and Bonesg Varsity Tennis: Var- sity Basketballg Blue Pencil Clubg Calumet Clubg Band. 7 S. L. LOWENSTEIN, JR. . . Nashville, Tenn. Candidate for M.D. EARL CRAUSTON LOWRY . Raynham, N. C. Candidate for M.D. Phi Beta. Pl. JOHN THOS. MASON, JR. . McMinnville, Tenn. Candidate for M.D. Phi Kappa Sigma.: Phi Chig Secretzu'y-Treasurer of Blue Pencil Clubg President of Skull and Bonesg Glee Club, '29g Commodore Club, '30g Secretary Class, '31g YVithe1'spoon Club. LUTHER L. MCDOUGAL, JR. . Booneville, Miss. Candidate for M.D. Kappa Sigma: Phi Chig YVitherspoon Club, BENJAMIN HoxvARD ROBBINS . . Berea, Ky. Candidate for M.D. Phi Chip Alpha. Omega Alpha. 0 PAGE 92 0 SCHOOL OF MEDICINE SENIOR CLASS 0 ERIC PATTERSON ROBBINS . Sanatorium, Miss. Candidate fm' M.D. Phi Chi. GEORGE D SCHUESSLER . . Columbus, Ga. Candidate for M.D. Phi Beta Pi. EWING SELIGMAN .... Nashville, Tenn. Candidate for M.D. FRANK K. SEWELL ..... Jackson, Ky. Candidate for M.D. Phi Beta. Pig Alpha, Xi Sigmag President of Class. '29- '30g Honor Roll, '29-'30g President of Class, '32-'33g Eve Club. WM. STRINGFIELD SLOAN . Waynesville, N. C. Candidate for M.D. Phi Beta Pig Eve c.ub. JOE MALLORY STRAYHORN . Nashville, Tenn. Candidate for M.D. Alpha Kappa Kappag Phi Beta Kappzig Alpha Omega Alphag Xvitherspoon Club. WILLIAM H. TANKSLEY, JR. . Nashville, Tenn. Candidate for M.D. Pi Kappa. Alpha: Phi Beta Pig Skull and Bones Club: Blackjacks, '28-'29g Vice-President of Class, '29-'30g Eve Club. JAMES ALSTON TAYLOR . . . Belzoni, Miss. Candidate for M.D. Alpha. Kappa Kappa. SAMUEL EARLE UPCHURCH . Clanton, Ala. Candidate for M.D. - Sigma. Nug Phi Chig Glee Club, '27-'28-'29g IntI'a.mural Tennis, '28-'29g NVitherspooI1 Club. SIDNEY JAMES WILLIAMS . . Boligee, Ala. Candidate for M.D. Phi Chl. WILLIAM D. WILSON . . . Huntsville, Ala. Candidate for M.D. Kappa. Alphap Phi Chi. 9 PAGE 93 0 i, , 1 x ' 'l 'K 4 ,V . Lf- H l f fl .A I I ll 3 if . . I mf -. .ily 1' fl! 'if f' X "Q ll f J 0 3 xi! ' f ,f M-will lf! , I! Xl X X I 1" Xl ' 1' Fil NNY I' If 1, U' .iff 1. If ly I I LJ -V-4 Lf. fi H if In .. -w 1 e.. -i . ,V ,, :-- ff. ,- ' .2,. 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Member of Student Council, '33. VIRGINIA HINES .... Science Hill, Ky Candidate for R.N. FAY JOHNSON ..... Nashville, Tenn Candidate for R.N. LUCILE JONES . . . Mountain Horne, Ark Candidate for R.N. President of Junior Classg President of Senior Class. 1 V SARAH KIRBY . .' . Marion Junction, Ala , "'l' A BUCIE LAMPTONI . . . Magnolia, Miss g , n A Candidate for R.N. ., ,V , President of Student Government, '33. .f I I N N L R k I T Qfivff ANNIE ANCE SWE ' ' OC na B' elm' 'fn f E- I Cwldldaff for R-N- XN X A ,I I J DORIS MARLOW . . . . . Trim a , Tex. ' 1' f "'A ff" ""' W.. --v-' 1 ' - Ql,'fi,i I i Candidate for R.N. 1 ,, A-.-- W I. ,Q 5 2 ELOISE BETTS MATTHEWS . . Lynnville, Tenn. ily in i' ' 4 Candidate for R.N. S " ' I -- ..'- 7' - I f MARGARETTE MCCASLIN . . Marion Jct., Ala. A 'C 1, 4 Cfmdidaff fvf 13-N- 0 PAGE 94 0 SENIOR NURSES o DOT ALLEN PARSONS . . Nashville, Tenn. Candidate for R.N. President of Student Government, '32. HETTIE RAE PASCHAL . . Enterprise, Ala. Candidate for R.N. FAYE PEARCE ...... Falkner, Miss. Candidate for R.N. ADDIE QUINTON ..... Lanett, Ala. Candidate for R.N. MARY KAY RICHIE .... Gleason, Tenn. Candidate for R.N. Secretary-Treasurer of Senior Class: Member of Student Council, '33. FLORENCE RUTI-I ROBINSON . Gainesville, Fla. Candidate for R.N. VARNA SCI-IINDLER . . . Columbia, Tenn. Candidate for R.N. AGNES FLORINE SMITH . Spartanburg, S. C. Candidate for R.N. MARY STEAGALL .... Overall, Tenn. A Candidate for R.N. MARY CATHERINE TAYLOR . Bell Buckle, Tenn. Candidate for R.N. EVELYN T. WALKER . . Coleman's Falls, Va. Candidate for R.N. Secretary of Junior Class, '323 Vice-President of Senior Class, '33. VIRGINIA WILKES ..... Cope, S. C. Candidate for R.N. Vice-President of Student Council, '32, FRANCES LOUISE WILLIAMS . Marion jct., Ala. 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Hopkinsville, Ky Nashville, Tenn . Bridgeport, Ala LPHA Q KAPPA ' KAPPA fllledifal Fraternityj CI-II CHAPTER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1933 RANKIN C. BLOUNT OGDEN C. BRUTON THOMAS A. HATPICOCK JOE M. STRAYI-IORN ROBERT BOWMAN R. A. DANIELS, JR. G. A. HAWES JAMES A. TAYLOR VVILLIAM FARRIS HOUGH L. HOUSTON Clfus of 1934 GEORGE F. ARCHER FRANK DAVIS HARRISON SHULL ROBERT N. BUCHANAN MCDANIEL EWING ARTHUR SUTHERLAND ALFRED CHILTON FRANK OWINGS THOS. S. WEAVER, III Class of 1935 SAM C. COVVAN BEN H. MARSHALL DANIEL MURPHY' GILBERT RANSOM HAL HOUSTON CHARLES MCGILL CHARLES MOSELEH' Class of 1936 KENNETH ANDREVSVS HARLIS BOLLING JEROME LEE GEORGE SMITH ALEX BARCLAY, JR. GEORGE D. DICKS JOHN S. MEIER ANDREW B. THATCH H. A. BLACH, JR. P. H. DUFF VVILLIAM K. OWEN M. F. TURNEY DR. H. K. ALEXANDER DR. A. L. BARDILL DR. G. H. BERRYHILL DR. R. VV. BILLINGTON DR. E. L. BISHOP DR. H. G. BRADLEY DR. JAMES BREW DR. J. L. BRYAN DR. O. N. BRYAN DR. ROBERT CALDVVELL DR. SAM C. COWAN DR. C. M. COVVDEN DR. C. B. CRITTENDEN DR. M. M. CULLOM THOMAS B. HENDERSON W. D. PRESTON FRATRES IN URBE R. S. DUKE VV. F. FESSEY VV. O. FLOYD J. F. GALLAGPIER J. P. GILBERT . VV. D. HRXGGARD . J. VV. HANDLX' VVILLIAM PIARDY . ALBERTO HUDSON . HENRY HUNT . HOLLIS JOHNSON . R. L. JONES . J. P. KELLER . E. G. KELLEY J. H. LITTERER BUIST LITTERER VV. B. LITTERER G. R. LONG GUY MANESS D. R. NEIL ROY NEWMAN LESLIE NOEL D. R. PICKENS T. G. POLLARD VV. D. I. ROCKFORD E. L. RIPPY E. M. SAUNDERS 9 T. W. DAVIS DR. L. VV. M. DEADMAN DR. R. HENRY DOUGLAS DR. J. R. L. DOZIER DR. J. R. VVALLACE BILLINGTON EUGENE L. BISHOP PERRY BROMBERG J. L. BRYAN OVAL N. BRYAN ROBERT CALDVVELL G. CLARK SAM C. COWAN MARVIN MCT. CULLOM JAMES DAWSON RAPHAEL S. DUKE VV. O. FLOYD JOSEPH F. GALLAGHER CJ F' CTU UD :- z U RTI W Ill O 2 3FWZ mHl"I-fl.. 7-7 milfs- UUUUUHUUUHUUUP3, H365 , FFFFFFFFFFFFFW mi? 75 1 EPHOSSSPUIWSOSJ Iv O DSC:-p't..33 E H G5 ESDZK:Zl"l"'f"r"Zr'gDZ UUUU H" zz UgW5"-IEW 5' xnxx 6 o5g,mgg-fgmmsggrq .... 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Fourth Row: Moseley, Thatch, McGill, XVar1'en, Preston, Murphy, Owen, Bolling. Back Row: Andrews, Black, Henderson, Lee, Smith, Turney. ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA CI-II CHAPTER Founded in 1888 by Dixi Crosby II at Dartmouth College Cbi Cbapter established at Vanderbilt, 1902 Colors: Green and VVhite Number of Chapters: Fifty-six ,Y l . Ju mei. Publzraizon: e -g a "The Centaur" o..o' 0 'PAGE IO3 ' l 5 . i H M l " . 'Ny N'X lll 1 l t QEX luis 1 I 1 A l ' il i, i i ll .XR l-. gi W ujlx .f A .. 1 M .R lu Hlf lv N ilk l X1 -XX : xx 23,1 I xx ill 1 ,fix 5 Xl ,f il 'QR ll I u ,xv X uf fl ff, a"RxyExm l X Vffil fl, X l1gRil,'i,f' U, Remy' , 1' ,fi iii l fy Y X ly i' fyif . X pf x i if f , U ffl! fl D. S. BAYER S H. M. CARNEY M. B. CORLETTE HERBERT BROWN DEGRAW CARROLL JOE D. CULBERTSON BARNEY BRIGGS FRANK CASTELLOW EDWARD COMER KEMP DAVIS WILLIAM COOK ALONZO DANIEL W. WALTEN EVANS J. W. ALPORD C. F. ANDERSON J. W. BEARD WILLIAM C. BILBRO W. E. BONES C. R. BRADFORD R. R. BROWN W. A. BRYAN JOHN E. BURCH LUCIUS E. BURCH JERE W. CALDWELL HUGH BARR R. B. BURRUS fMedical Fraternityj PI CHAPTER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1933 E. T. ELLISON J. O. FINNEY THOMAS FRIST, JR. C lass WALTER DAVIS C. V. ERVIN JABE JACKSON CHARLES THOMPSON Class HUGH DISHAROON G. A. EDWARDS PEARL HARRIS ROBERT HARVEY Of J. T. MASON LUTHER MACDOUGAL, B. H. ROBBINS 1934 CHESTER LEQUIRE DAN MCCARN LLOYD MAPLES JAMES WARREN Uf 1935 LEON HOSKINS ROLAND LAMB EDWARD LAW JOHN MCCALL Class of 1936 DEL GARD VII OTIS LAW THOMAS HALE DOUGLAS OyDELL JOHN HUME WHITE PATTON CLAIBORNE WILLIAMS FRATRES IN FACULTATE GEORGE K. CARPENTER W. J. CORE J. S. CRUTCHER CARL R. CRUTCHFIELD R. S. CUNNINGHAM MURRAY B. DAVIS W. C. DIXON F. B. DUNKLIN L. W. EDWARDS DUNCAN EVE, SR. DUNCAN EVE, JR. ROBERT W. GRIZZARD J. M. HARDY SEALE HARRIS, JR. HARRY HILLSTROM W. W. HUBBARD HOWARD KING J. A. KIRTLY, JR. R. M. LARSEN WILLIAM M. MCCABE T. D. MCKINNEY THEODORE MORFORD JACK WITHERSPOON FRATRES IN URBE S. S. BRIGGS W. L. KIRBY J. A. GAINES T. O. MENESS CARLYSLE K. YATES 0 PAGE I04 0 I ERIC ROBBINS S. E. UPCHURCH W. D. WILSON FAY B. MURPHY WILLIAM PIERCE WILLIAM SULLIVAN WILLIAM ORR, III GEORGE SI-IELTON THOMAS WYATT GEORGE PRYOR BALLARD ROBBINS HUNTER SCALES P. G. MORRISSEY JAMES C. OVERALL JOHN OVERTON COBB PILCHER S. T. ROSS J. M. SAUNDERS AMIE SIKES H. C. STEWART ROBERT E. SULLIVAN V. C. TEMPLE OWEN H. WILSON H. M. MERCHANT S. R. TEACHOUT 'x'R, , , R N , Front Row: Lamb, Comer, Shelton, Castellow, Law, Muecke, McCarn, Sullivan, Scales, Second Row: Baykin, Harvey, Disharoon, Jackson, Ellis, Daniels, Corlette. Third Row: Upchurch, Patton, Berry, Law, Hume, O'Del1, Finney. Fourth Row: Williams, Wyatt, McCord, Hale, Robbins, Briggs. Standing: Edwards, McDougal, Robbins, Mason, Guard, E. Robbins, W'arren, Pryor. PHI CHI PI CHAPTER Founded at the University of Vermont, 1889 Colors: Pale Green and White Motto : Phthanomen Chraismein Pi Chapter established 1905 age ea 'N 'S' Wd: 6:'?'ft-"x 5 5 0 P efbe AGE IO5 F104-wer: Lily-of-the-Valley A ctifve Chapters: Fifty-six PHI'BE JOHN BUDDINGH S. F. COPE J. W. GARNETT FRANK ALLEY FRANK BOOHER LAMAR BYERS JAMES CARPENTER BEN DRAKE R. A. BLANCO LEA CALLOWAY E. H. BARKSDALE BARNEY BROOKS H. W. BROWN R. R. CROW J. J. ASHEY F. O. ALEXANDER E. H. BARKSDALE L. D. BENNETT S. D. BERARDINELLI BARNEY BROOKS H. W. BROWN J. M. CHAPMAN W. W. CHRISMAN R. R. CROWE GLENN CULLEN fllfledical Fraternityj RI-I0 CHAPTER TA' O FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1933 L. M. GARRETT E. C. LOWRY O. VV. HARRIS G. D. SCHUESSLER H. VV. BROWN F. K. SEWELL Class of 1934 WM. BURKHALTER CRAWFORD FELKER Class SAM KITCPIEN JACK LUNDERMAN D. G. MILLER Class J. A. CULEERTSON THEO. DEUR Of Of TOM GRIZZARD JOE J. PATE 1935 WALTER PYLE RICHARD STRAIN MALCOLM WALL IQ36 W. C. HUMEERT J. B. PLUM FRATRES IN FACULTATE W. A. DEMONRREUN R. C. DERIVAUX E. M. DEYOUNG H. C. GAYDEN C. M. HAMILTON R. G. JOHNSON H. T. KIRBX'-SMITH P. D. LAMSON GEO. LEIBY M. S. LEWIS FRATRES IN UREE W. A. DEMONBREUN R. C. DERIVAUX A. L. ERWIN DEWEY FOSTER H. C. GAYDEN REUBEN GAYDEN A. C. GUERIN T. P. HALL C. M. HAMILTON J. C. HANCOCK F. A. HUGHES RALPH JOHNSON M. S. LEWIS J. F. MCMURRAY R. H. MAGRUDER C. M. MILLER DEWITT NEIGHBORS EUGENE ORR B. H. O'NEAL F. O. PEARSON 9 PAGE IO6 0 P I W. S. SLOAN W. H. 'IKANKSLEY WM. STONE R. C. VAN HOOK JOE WOODS CHARLES WORK JOHN WRIGHT J. I. PRATHER EUGENE ORR J. C. PENNINGTON W. L. WILLIAMS J. B. YOUMANS J. C. PENNINGTON R. E. ROEERTS A. W. RUCKER J. SALMON H. L. SEAY D. W. SMITH J. T. WATKINS T. A. WHITFIELD W. E. WILKINS J. A. WILKISON J. B. YOUMANS N x N P Xxx x First Row: Lowry, Schussler, Droke, Brown, Garnett, Tanlcsley, Harris. Second Row: Vvoodtin, Sewell, Garrett, Proether, Sloan. Third Row: Xvood, Pate, Vvork, Byers, Plum, Hamilton. Fourth Row: Grizzard, Kitchen, Calloway, Alley, Strain, Lunderman, Culbertson, Felker. Fifth Row: Hurnbert, Jolmson, Hill, Harrell, Deur, YVall, Blanco. PHI BETA PI RHO CHAPTER Founded at the University of Pittsburg, 1892 Publication: "QuarterIy of the,Phi Beta Pi Medical Fraternity" flctifve Cfzajntcrn Forty-six its i ii. Colors: 5' '57 Flofwer: -.:. " ' , Emerald, Green and VVhite 'QQ I4 9 VVh1te Chrysanthemum Q i! V.U 0' PAGE IO7 0 .l KN X .ik "ilu P- , X, W. 5 f E l ' 2 fl Ji X , 'ily il, ., , ,, X-l Y I -1,01 1 ' N- ,L 'Qflt tnf' ,- f. QT! If" 1 -Yi f 3 Q ' ! Ji 7 1 ,X ,X , H. iz, i ff, f Nix i iii! in L' ALPHA ' OMEGA ' ALPHA J. J. ASHLEY FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE D. S. BAYER J. R. BOWMAN H. W. BROWN M. B. CORLETTE R. A. DANIEL B. H. ROBBINS H. M. CARNEY R. W. BILLINGTON C. L. BISHOP ANNE BOWIE H. G. BRADLEY BARNEY BROOKS CLINTON BRUSH W. A. BRYAN J. M. STRAYHORN W. D. WILSON FRATRES IN URBE LUCIUS E. BURCH C. SIDNEY BURVVELL J. C. CALHOUN H. L. CASPARIS R. S. CUNNINOHAM W. A. DEMONEREUN R. C. DERIVAUX DUNCAN EVE, JR. WALTER E. GAREY J. P. GILBERT E. W. R. W. W. D. C. M. A. W. H. L. DOUGLAS R NL? T. R. HARRISON ROGERS LEE HILL T. B. JERFOSS GEORGE S. JOHNSON R. L. JONES C. D. JOHNSON W. G. KENNON YV. S. LEATHERS BUIST LITTERER WILLIAM LITTERER T. D. MCKINNEY J. OWSLEY MANIER T. L. MARTIN H. E. MELENLY HUGH L. MORGAN J. C. PENNINGTON D. R. PICKENS J. C. PILCHER E. M. REGEN S. R. TEACHOUT C. C. TRABUE ALBERT VVEINSTEIN R. J. WILKINSON J. A. WITHERSPOON C. E. WOODRUEE 0 PAGEIO8 0 GOODPASTURE GRIZZARD HAGGARD HAMILTON HARRIS 1 First Row: Bayer, Bowman, Brown, Carney Second Row: Daniels, Strayhorn Third Row: Corlette. Robbins, Wilson ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA OFFICERS JOE M. STRAYHORN . . . ..... ...... P resident B. H. ROBBINS ......... . . ........ Secretary DR. BARNEY Bizooics ..., .,.... F acuity Adviser DR. VVALTER LEATHERS . - National Covnmitteeman 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 1902, and is the only order of the kind in medical schools on this continent. The definite mission of the fraternity is to promote irreproachable conduct and scholarship, and to encourage the spirit of medical research. 0 'PAGE IO9 0 I1 1, X vi ,x li. I ii l I, . l ly, f g','.t,'1 ,I , ,Ml ll X to M f fYg1.Q'sl xml fy X ,I rilffff IO 1 7 I I 7 9 -'-' - . , aww:-15 ' - fs, f If ' if . A E V xii... I 1 , , , .M ' .22 " -ef-fE""fi' 1-4:22153 m is .. -'--- - Bayer, Bount, Bruton, Finney, Frist Lipe, Mason McDougal, Strayhorn, Upchurch VJEVHERSPOON CLUB OFFICERS ROLLIN A. DANIEL, IR. . . . . . ..... Pmvident HENRY M. CARNEY . . ..... Vice-President ERIC P. ROBBINS . . . . Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS DAVID ScoTT BAYER J. T. LIPE RANKIN C. BOUNT JOHN T. MASON OGDEN C. BRUTON LUTHER L. MCDOUGAL J. O. FINNEY JOE M. STRAYHORN THOMAS F. FRIST SAMUEL E. UPCHURCH 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 mem- bers, by practice and example, the higher principles of the practice of medicine and to co-operate with the University in carrying out its program. 9 PAGE IIO 0 'gm l, 'xg 'S I '-.XXX l f. 55, Q 33 Cope, Farris, Garnett, Garrett. I-Iam-is Hathcock, Hawes, Houston, Lowry. Schuesslcr, Sewell Sloan. Tanksley, Taylor, Xvilliams A OFFICERS JOE R. BOWMAN .... .... . . . . , Presidenl JOHN W. GARNETT . . . - Vice-President OWEN W. HARRIS. . . . . .Secretary FRANK K. SEWELL . . . Treasurer MERflBERS JAMES TAYLOR SOLOMON COPE WILLIAM B. FARRIS JOHN GARNETT, JR. LESLIE GARRETT ORION HARRIS THOMAS HATHCOCK G. A. HAWES HUGH HOUSTON EARL LOWRY GEORGE SCHUESSLER FRANK SEWELL WILLIAM SLOAN WILLIAM TANKSLEX' SIDNEY WILLIAMS A medical honor society Of the Senior Class Organized in honor of Dr. Duncan Eve, Sr., and Dr. Duncan Eve, lr. Membership is limited to twenty members, who are Selected annually from the class near the end Of the third year in medicine. The club functions in cooperation with the University in its program of instruction and in stressing the ethical side of the practice of medicine. 9 PAGEIII 0 Q 4 . ' v X Y Z Qglwniv- .. --11--1-.... .i,,f.-,i1,,.. ll!! ZF,-f f' ,Z 4 1 v1 A WEARIERS GI: TI-IE FOOTBALL- BURGESS ASKEW JAMES BEASLEY EUGENE BECK ROBERT BERSON LARRY BURTON VERNON CLOSE LEO DICKISON JOE EVINS SELMAN FORTUNE JULIAN FOSTER CLARENCE GRACEY PIARRY GUFFEE ffl-IOMAS HENDERSON NANCE JORDAN CLARENCE KING CHARLES LEYENDECKER - JOE MYERS HAGAN POWELL CLAUDE ROBERTS BURTON SHAGKLEEORD BAXTER SMITH WILLIAM SUHRHEINRICH MARION TALLEX' ERNEST WATKINS BASEBALL- PAUL ALLEN VERNON CLOSE HTARRY DETPIERO SELMA FORTUNE JULIAN FOSTER ' 0 PAGEII5 0 ALVIN GRAHAM ERNEST HARDISON THOMAS HENDERSON HAROLD HUGGINS JACK JETER NANCE JORDAN PAT KIRWAN CHARLES MCCLELLAN WILLIAM MOREHEAD WALTER MERRITT CLAUDE ROBERTS MILTON ROSS BURTON SHACKLEFORD PHILLIPS TURNER TRACK- WALTER BEARDON SELMAN FORTUNE JACK HEFLIN JAMES HOLLIDAY FRED JOHNSTON ROY KENNEDY CLARENCE KING VAUGHN MANSEIELD I'IARRY NEWTON JAMES NICHOL RICHARD OWEN JAMES PICKETI' FRANK PROCTOR ROBERT ROSS SEYMOUR SAMUELS ARCH SMITH KENNETH STRINGER WILLIAM SUHRHEINRI JOHN TIGERT CHARLES VVOODWARD TENNIS- THOMAS ANDERSON ROSS CHESHIRE DAVIS CLARK GEORGE PRYOR HAROLD SCHWARTZ NATHAN VVOODRUFF BASKETBALL- SELMAN FORTUNE JULIAN FOSTER ALVIN GRAHAM THOMAS HENDERSON HAROLD HUGGINS PETE KEENE WILLIAM MALONE MARION MILLER JAMES SCOGGINS FLEMING SMITH 0 CH . i s si .ss , 1 i iffkfx V. L AND Tlllf IQOM-M0ll0llES Let us again raise our voices in loud acclaim-for the ole Marster, with his able as- sistants-Josh and Russ, has again raised Vanderbilt's famed football banner to the crest of the football world. Colonel Dan has come to be a part of Vanderbilt-a very essential part-around whom the ever-growing glamour and tradition of Vanderbilfs football fame is built. Long have we recognized and honored his ability, and it was with pride that we learned of his national recognition by election as President of the Football Coaches Association of America in December past. At the time of his election many fine tributes were paid him, all of which were due and fitting for this grand old master of the gridiron. Coach Dan came to Vanderbilt in 1904 from Michigan's famous point-a-minute team. He proceeded to put the Commodores in the front ranlc immediately, and over a span of twenty-eight years he has kept them there against increasingly strenuous competition. His standards are high, and he has exerted tremendous infiuence on the lives of his players through his fine character and quiet but forceful personality. Every man who has played under him counts him as a friend. So-hats off to Dan McGugin! For years we have shared in his success, and now we rejoice in his honor. May his teams continue to bring glory to Vanderbilt. 5- d vw. , , . , f . 1 , . Mi 1 bl-,s l W X3 3 J 'ffmf 4 ima. V A 'fi A 1- .Z 3, f 4 5, g:- - 5 ' -if 5? gif f' ., 4 N """ ,. ,,1' ' ,, ' -V sf, f ' 'Vi A -, V 3 x .3 5 , vp - V1 ffl V ' Zi ,V , A." ' A sw mil? A-"su Qt ' f - Q? it -r .. 2 Q f, t n ,,., - FW 'H' . ..,. , . A. . , . ,4 . ,,, ...,,. - - .V .- ., 'i i ihf' - '13 . " -l' , -:f:11fi-e- . Z up Tr igg so m e r , 31 , . - W . Za g 5 dv 51 'iff 4 l up X 9 J 'X l x HZ, A zgfnkiqe' Mi ggggmbf vi M? 4-A+ 5' Y ' 1. K H f 1 K J 1 E60 ff. E 2: vw fi NN 1 ""' f M- , 42-r ' as 'vi K 4, 1 Y' f N s 3 I, y s NYY , 1 ' Sf ,ws lf- K 9? ' wg fi ,,,. 5 ,. v Q 33,6 4, 4 ,Q 0 7 e ew -if P ,ay sr fe mfs 1 i J? L X Q "ni :YQ ff 7 , mu . 4'Q A A s 'L 1 lign W I Pegs. -v 5 '13, ' NWA! W 4 Qi A X 2 vw , vm is N ,je 4, V fs ug 2 " gfsfrz fm? 'lt ,I ' Q f' s A Y' Q ,Q , , 5 ef , v n ewg , ' " w g, M A ff nf Jw ,L T L . H - ..- , . f rw, W 4 1 I -I I 9 I+ il fl l ,, . I 6 3, li ' l , I ll li L y Tl-IE VARSITY SQUAD Here is the fine group of football players that responded to the call of the pigslcin in early September. With many seniors as a nucleus this squad produced one of Vanderbilt's most power- ful and versatile teams. "-as . I HE RESUME OF Confronted by a schedule that was recognized as being complete suicide, Vanderbilt's footballers started in to show the world that power can crush the insurmountable. Like most Vandy teams, they reached condition in early season, sweeping Mercer, North Car- olina, and West Kentucky Teachers aside as they drove onward. Tulane, aroused, was able to tie the Commodores in the scrap at New Orleans which lasted even after play was over. The Commodores, returning wearied from the tussle with the Green Wave, were forced to a desperate rally to down a scrapping sophomore team from Georgia. Georgia Tech was defeated in stride before a large and appreciative audience, Maryland, next in line, offered unexpected resistance, but was overcome by superior power and weight. Tennessee helped draw the largest crowd ever assembled in Dudley Stadium, but it was Vandy that played the football-though time and fate conspired to keep the Commodores from scoring. This supreme effort took strength that was not regained by Turkey Day, and a great team met its first defeat at the hands of another great but not superior team. Thus the season closed on a team that time and again rose to great heights to master and conquer. 0 PAGE II8 0 ATRIBUTE TG PETE GRACEY ALL-SOUTHERN ALL-AMERICAN Pete Gracey has been laden with many names, but it is the title of "All-American" that best suits this flaxen-haired, bicycle-peddling pride of Franklin, Tenn. Truly one of the greatest players ever to wear the Gold and Black, Pete has been ill-compared with the tradi- tional heroes of the past. An undying fighting spirit, which was ever a spur to his teammates, coupled with an unusual ability for diagnosis and knifing through the line made his play outstanding in every game. He con- stantly seemed to surpass himself, and it was an irre- placeable loss when he was injured in the Tennessee game, at the peak of his career. But Pete took it on the chin-smiling with tears in his eyes. Vanderbilt will never forget Pete Gracey, All-American center and All- American sportsman. SEASON J. EVINS B. SMITH 0 PAGE II9 0 2 Xt . -N xxt.fd5j PETE G RAC EY Center J ULIAN FOSTER End Julian was declared ineligible just after playing one of the greatest games of his life against Tulane. One of the finest ends ever at Vandy, his place was never really filled. THE MANAGERS Baxter Smith and joe Evins took care of the managerial duties in a splendid fashion. They deserve much praise. ,ll -tx, il ,, T rl it ' In , ., ,M 1 v is l l lk ' ,u ll n. 1 1. - by 1 qw . V,' . , 1 .if i ll, at 1 , JM ivyv ,- ywa., , ,f t m .X V tx .X , X V 1' all lf l f fl wi 451' P' lla? N O r' 'If ,gm 0 Ll BUCK WATKI NS Halfback Buck, though light for the heavy duties he performed, was the surest blocker on the squad. Playing as a regular during most of his last season, he paved the way for runs that brought those cherished touchdowns. TOMMY HENDERSON Quarterback Tommy was the brains of the team as well as being a very im- portant part of its aerial and ground attack. His play was consistently good, and to him is due much of the credit for a great season. His quick kicks were always a menace to op- ponents. BURTON SHACKLEFORD End Shack played his first year at the right Hank. He was a good pass receiver and adept at cover- ing punts. His play against Georgia was outstanding as was all his play whenever he was in there. Shack has another year in which to add to his fine record. VANDERBILT . . 2l MERCER COLLEGE . . Vandy opened her 1932 football season with a 21-7 decision over Mercer, one of the better S. I. A. A. teams. The Commodore team functioned spasmodically, but dur- ing its moments showed promise of great power. The shining light of the game was the play of Dixie Roberts, who scored Vandy's three touchdowns and provided the chief attraction with several long runs. Mercer put up a stubborn defense and showed one of the smoothest pass- ing attacks seen on Dudley Field in several years. They held Vandy to one touchdown until the final minutes of the game, when Roberts broke loose twice to bring scores. Mercer scored by the aerial route. Though showing a lack of team play and coordination as a whole, the game was marked by outstanding play on the part of individuals. Gracey and Leyendecker were outstanding in the line, while the blocking of Watkins, Beck, and Askew was outstand- iiigifas was the ball carrying of Burton, a lesser light to Roberts. TOMMY HENDERSON BURTON SHACKLEFORD 0 PAGE I20 0 ANDERBILT . . 39 u.oF N.c:ARoLlNA . . Vanclerbilt's first Southern Conference game of the season was played against the University of North Caro- lina, October 2, at Chapel Hill. The Carolina eleven was determined and fairly experienced, but untalented and no match for Vanderbilt in any department. The pass at- taclc and defense of the McGuginites was outstanding. The Tarheels could not stop the heaves of Roberts to Hen- derson, Burton, and Suhrheinrich. And as their defense be- came shaken by theair attack, Roberts and Burton ran wild. Vanderbilt won, 39-7, the reserves yielding a touch- down to a dogged passing attack. Tommy Henderson, directing the team, scored two of the touchdowns and punted and passed his way into the limelight. The play of Beasley, Talley, and Powell was outstanding in the line. River Jordan, understudy to Gracey, snatched honors for himself by dragging a pass from the ethereal regions and dashing off to the Promised Land. ...X . N ' .JT wt- 5 Nl QNGFEJ gp N W., N-Qi flis 3, ,'A T tx ' iii? XX Xl i-0:14, xg, l' -, lim, ,tt T . ,ww I -X X.!.1 X., VX'-R X X V IM KN X A l, x.lx, . .. ll we Ll l 1-ytfxg-l 'li 4 ill N l U X hulyl , -.wx T it sl t l Xx TEX LEYENDECKER All-Southern Tackle All-American Mention Tex played consistently and outstandingly through three sea- sons at Vanderbilt. This year he was recognized as one of the best tackles in the land, and was a unanimous choice for All- Southern, as well as receiving many All-American mentions. .Ww',fgf.l W ' . ROBERTS OFF FOR A GOOD GAIN AGAINST GEORGIA T f-,, - . 'tix -' x tffq i ' i X -X MX r .. X I .biill 2' 'P QX,w,AAXWk X y X my fy xxlixlx ' li Li, f. ' " ,f .l W ,. li 1 . Qs Y . ' l T Yi l l X I Q ' . -.-. W .. i N u-M.. , I -. 4 W.. .,1,..-. .-.fd . -wx.-f f M -.f .sag 95 ...T 'E . , vw., 'ii -r W? 1 7. . g N '5 3-1 . . - ,. X. ' 2- tit? i f A yas., ' ,s F 3 , Kea ' 2 V X ' 1: " ' - . 1 , ' - X V ...-'lf 'Z f' 'K .iST"i' a,-. .1 5 .,f,v,f as .1f-.Q.a,- ---rg--t.n,,: ' 1' - ?aQ'iz:'5rvQgl6:'q3s2F.ff w.. , fi-X Q , wus, wx .9 -7- ,fgt,r,f Q .3 M -."--'J' '. .fQ1gL.ip.tH --- LEO DICKISON Guard Leo, after an early season in- jury, made his place at varsity guard in his sophomore year. He was fast and powerful, and especially adept at intercepting and breaking up passes. Leo will be heard from again next year. EUGENE BECK Fullback Gene was called on to fill the shoes of Fortune after his toe injury, and responded in a noble fashion. VVhenever he was called on, he showed himself a dependable player, lugging the ball with power and stopping the opponents dead at the line. BU RG ESS ASKEW Halfback Askew stepped into the back- field in early season to Hll the breach left by the injuries of others. Used mainly as a block- ing back, his play against Mer- cer and North Carolina was outstanding. This was "B's" first year, and he should see much service next year. VANDERBILT . . 26 w. KY. TEACHERS . , The following Saturday found Vanderbilt engaging in another conditioning game against the Kentucky Teachers, who proved rough and prone to resist the Commodores in their rehearsal for the Tulane game of the week following. Vandy, not desiring to expose anything to Tulane scouts, confined itself to straight power plays to push over the necessary margin of safety and retire to the showers. The reserves took over matters and added to the scoring by an- other touchdown jaunt by River Jordan, who was fast ac- quiring the touchdown habit. The game was totally lack- ing in color aside from the small-sized riot that sprang up on the sidelines and threatened to involve the squads and supporters of both teams. Roberts, Henderson, and Askew counted the first three touchdowns. Sophomore Leo Dick- inson Went into the line in the place of Hagan Powell, and impressed the coaches so greatly that he became a regular fair the Tulane game. EUGENE BECK BURGESS ASKEW 0 PAGE I22 0 i-:R f xr XQXK x'- - K . X xi - X-Vxxxwgwf .kk xl, rg -X l. l. txxsplsqgiqllx lk W lxxx, liwnl, fi, iifwof intl: VANDERBILT fli- . O - 0 ,fNsxN'. E H 5:--si xxx E ll Y . X X , T u L A N E , , is -. Y 4-'W t M V, H! f x it On October 15, twenty-Seven Vmen were carried to New Orleans where they met Tulane, defending Southern champions, and got a 6 to 6 tie in a game played on a wet field and in very hot weather. Throughout the first half, Vanderbilt, held scoreless, had all the advantage in the play, losing two touchdowns on penalties. just before the end of the third period, Don Zimmerman, Tulane's All- American halfbaclc, got away with a punt for a touchdown. In the second half, Vanderbilt wilted under the oppres- HARRY GUFFEE Guard Harry, playing his First year, was reliable and consistent at guard. He had an obsession against seeing men standing when the ball was still in mo- tion, and used his power and strength to advantage. l X . , l, ,Ts ul, ' ly . Q ,. l I x -R .fp Q, 3 T ll m yi ff fill .xx , ' H -Qxw '- tru' l 1 X fl mf- . . iliiLi,f'ifll X ly ta ' 'ff sive heat and much of the third quarter was played in its 0 territory. Early in the fourth period, however, Larry Bur- ton, a fiery substitute halfbaclc, scored a touchdown on two , . successive runs of Z3 and 14 ards. 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Dixie will ever re- main in the hearts of his fellow players and take his place with Vandy's much sung heroes. 9 PAGE I24 0 VANDERBILT I2 U. OF GEORGIA . . On the Saturday after the Tulane game, Vanderbilt eased up against a tough but spirited bunch of Georgians, but won surely, if with some difficulty, by a 12-6 score. The spirited drive put on by the Commodores, after Geor- gia's Grant had stepped off a 71-yard dash for a touchdown to tie the score, showed them to be a team that could rise to great heights and respond when put under pressure. Just prior to this game, Julian Foster, senior end, was de- clared ineligible because of a violation on his part of the Conference summer baseball rule. In the Georgia game, he was replaced by Burton Shaclcleford, also a senior. Rob- erts and Gracey starred against Georgia. Roberts made both of Vanderbilt's touchdowns. He was irresistible when really under way. Gracey played one of the greatest de- fensive games of his career. BOB BERSON BILL SUHRHEINRICH 9 PAGE l25 0 lx i ' wt 'x t y v, lx" VQY4 - J L, X- , I Y :lik 1 . VARSITY PLAYERS BILL SUHRHEINRICH End Playing his second year, Bill was switched to end on the in- jury of Foster, and performed so well that he became a fixture on one Hank. Powerful and speedy, he combined the qualities that made him an excellent end. BOB BERSON Tackle Butch was one of the most valuable of the reserves at tackle. His play against Ala- bama marked him as varsity ma- terial for next year, when he will no doubt be very much in evidence. HAGAN POWELL Guard The "Hague," known as the 'fsure-socker" because of his tackling ability, did not get a chance to show his best, and now is lost through ineligibility. A fine guard. -'. '11 f '- ' '1 . ..,..,..., ,X va I -cgi . A ' fi-I. ,, .M F' .f , -N , . j- if 14: ,, V. 0-33 f :f2g'f'a as-Ysfkf- -4. J. A f,.f.:-M,0-f.3i,nf-41,133.05 4, ,i . 2,1 I views,-1gg?fs,f.,+:g,f,pj7A2, fa . 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CLARENCE KING End Clancy too received his chance in the Tennessee game, and pro- ceeded to show that he could play good football. Dependable throughout the year, his play against Tennessee and Alabama was promising and it is regret- table that this was his last year. VAND RBILT . . I2 GEORGIA TECH . . A crowd of 25,000 people watched the show put on by Nashville's Hugh Smith and the Commodores on October 29, at the tenth anniversary of the opening of Dudley Sta- dium. It was a gala occasion, and not to be outdone by ringmaster Hugh Smith, the Commodores put on a spark- ling exhibition of football that netted them two touchdowns before Georgia Tech was accustomed to the fireworks. After satisfying themselves that a safe margin had been gained, the players settled down to keep Tech from their goal line. Tech apparently had the same idea, so the game ended 12-0. Vanderbilt gained more than 320 yards during the afternoon, while the line held Tech to less than eighty. The line as a whole functioned superbly. Close, playing for Henderson, showed some plain and fancy ball-carrying, registering the longest run of the game that just fell short of scoring. The entire team did itself proud before the lidiiday crowd that cheered it on. NANCE JORDAN CLARENCE KING 0 PAGE IZ6 0 -W X K' -, A 1: 41. Vs, Im 'i I. xfxiifxf l, ll . x X 1, N VA N D E R B I L T . . II, U. o F M A RY L A N D . . glffgk Vanderbilt journeyed to Washington, D. C., to meet the Old Liners in a bout preliminary to tangling with the Vols. While in the Capitol City, they were feted by the Washington Vanderbilt Club, and incidentally found the Birdites hard to crack. Deprived of quarterbaclc Tommy Henderson, the Commodores lumbered along, unable to loosen up a determined Maryland defense. In the second half the team came to itself and scored four touchdowns- two being called baclc. Myers caught one of Roberts, heaves and dashed goalward, while Fortune' lugged the ball over for the other count. The cancelled marlcers were the results of long runs by Burton and Close. Leyendeclcer played one of the best games of his life, receiving, along with Talley, praise from nationally-lcnown sports writers that was well deserved. The play of Gracey and Beasley was also outstanding, while Roberts again hogged the ball- carrying honors. JOE MYERS End Though only tipping the scales at 150 pounds, Joe held down a flank on the varsity in fine fash- ion. His play against Georgia Tech, Maryland, and Alabama was particularly outstanding. Nashville can well be proud of joe. -5 n milrll- I ., A, .,,. . ' Y-I Mfr -:.. ., . l ..,v. 5 fly, -J - ',-:We ,7,.-,,I5?i- W . , ,N . ,avr ,V ..,.tQ44:9r+- 1-,ff , ' " -5 'N -, 2' yr., ,mbi":,' .1 tm" ' af .- A-fhilfzflfyw YI' .fw',m4f4rI-sg ., ,nsmsmfprifey-'f'4-, 2. 1 5 . fl.. 2--SPv5g,'fa!wf4i,.,. V' Al.Ii?4,itf3.l1l775fi?553"f1'f"v' W" 75" 'M ' FORTUNE RIPS THE OLD LINER LINE FOR ANOTHER GAIN ylgkelatx W I.. xywlbl fx I, II I xg: I 'I N-. QQ-,XII -,lj f IX B -. w, X. f ,hi ,. . I .., W lx XI Il r 'T xvi If ' II rl II I If . J : I ,AQ , ,. A, I , I yx x Hx I .la IJ xxxlsf M INT fffll I I , .wx x Illia tg dl f .IC "l1 7' faii' W 1. QQ' I 'i' l' .'- ,gg 1 . 'Q-Nj' Hi' Z. If Tin' - J' , I , , . ,A , -2: 4443 . ....L'l'.4ar4"1' .. 5.31, f 'nw qw A I '..l . ' ..'.,h.- LARRY BU RTON Halfback Larry proved himself the soph- omore sensation of the Confer- ence. In the Tulane game, his fire and dash gained Vandy the touchdown that staved off defeat. His play throughout the season was sensational. JIM BEASLEY Tackle Shifted from guard to tackle, jim showed himself this year to be an even better tackle than a guard. He was deserving of every bit of the fine praise he received, which gave insufficient credit for his consistently fine play. VERNON CLOSE I Quarterback Vernie was kept out of the lineup until the Tulane game on account of ineligibility. A fine blocker and pass receiver, he showed himself later in the sea- son to be a first rate ball car- rier. Vernon will be back next year to carry on. VANDERBILT . . u.oE TENNESSEE , , The greatest achievement of Vanderbilt's 1932 football season was a scoreless tie with the University of Tennessee. The Volunteers came to Nashville, untied and undefeated, to meet the tied but undefeated team of Vanderbilt. Be- fore nearly 30,000 people, the traditional battle raged furi- ously for four quarters, both Feathers and Roberts, the scoring aces of the two teams, being throttled by the line play of both teams. Vandy throughout the game held a slight edge, but was unable to turn scoring threats into a score. The game ended in a Hurry of passes, with Vandy knocking at the Tennessee goal, only to be cut short by the closing gun, which came three minutes before regulation time, due to a shortening made necessary by the crowd. The stars of the game were Roberts, Fortune, Talley, and Leyendecker, while every man on the field played great football in this game which was generally acknowledged to be.one of the hardest fought in Southern history. JIM BEASLEY VERNON CLOSE 0 PAGE I28 0 VANDERBILT . . u. or ALABAMA . . 20 The Tennessee game took a great toll of Vanderbilt's stamina. The team had played through almost the full term of a difficult schedule without a let-down. On Thanksgiving in Birmingham, the let-down came with a vengeance. Against an outfit consideredby experts as the best in the Conference, in spite of the breaks and injuries that had brought it two defeats, Vanderbilt, drained of its fire and dash, yielded the first touchdown of the year through its line. It was a disputable decision. Vandy tried to come back, but though their spirit was willing their vital- ity was gone. In the third quarter, a pass scored for Ala- bama again, and in the final period, Howell, Tide quarter- back, ran eighty yards with an intercepted pass for a third touchdown. The Commodores had several chances to score but mulled them all with the aid of inopportune penalties. They were a team lacking cohesion and strength, fighting their hearts out with bodies that would not respond. 'Lg x iii-I N: I - ,. -,ig .0 . XX 3, III XI lx X 'Yiif I ,R We-N. I XA I, G1 YQ., -4 -SX wx g 1' 1 I MARION TALLEY All-Southern Guard Marion, handicapped last year by injuries, played excellent foot- ball throughout all of this year. Selected on several All-Southern teams, he was deserving of all the fine praise given him. His work in the line was always consistent and outstanding. CLOSE GAINS OFF TACKLE AGAINST THE VOLS I ,. "NNI 3. x W ,W , I ix I yi IQXI Ig v f .4 Yi js. ,A I QI .ix 'I it .LMI 'f . r 'i'-5 'A THE COACI-HNG STAFF ' Vanderbilt is fortunate in having one of the best coaching staffs in the country. Head Coach Dan lVlcGugin has as his assistants Josh Cody and Russ Cohen, both of whom are experienced and capable coaches. Many colleges would be glad to have the services of any one of these, and their combined efforts assure Vanderbilt of all that can be desired in the coaching line. Both Cody and Cohen are former Vanderbilt men, and both were wonderful football players when in school. They are both lceen students of the game, and each has a com- prehensive knowledge of its fine points. During the 1932 season, the coaches put their heads together and evolved a sensa- tional new offense which was known as the Q'Vanderbilt shift," and which caused much consternation among opposing teams. The coaches also devised a line passing defense for the team. Of course all three coaches are thoroughly grounded in the fine points of the game. just give them the material and watch them turn out a good team. The freshman team was ably coached by Vernon Sharp, with the assistance of Neil Cargile. ' PAGE 130 0 THE COMMODORE YEARLINC-55 Speed and ability marked the play of the Commodore Rats this year, as they gave promise of great teams for Vanderbilt in the future. The sixty H116 spirited boys that responded to the coaching of Vernon Sharp and Neil Cargile possessed a wealth of ability in every line. Some of the best ball carriers, passers and punters ever to come to Vanderbilt were among their number. Though lacking somewhat in weight, they made up for it in fire and determination. In their first game against Cumberland University, much brilliant individual play brought out a 19-O victory. They continued in a business-like way to dispose of the University of Kentucky Rats by a 14-O score and Austin Peay.Normal, 7-6. They completely outshone the Tennessee first-year men in Knoxville only to have victory slip from their grasp in the closing minutes of play. Coach Sharp has handed over some fine potentialities to Cody and Cohen in Curley, Pierson, Walters, Smith, Oliver, Geny, Overly, Throgmorton, Peebles, Earl, Hampton, Claffey, Simplcins, Uffleman, Corliss, and many others. N . X, x 6 PAGE I3l 0 COACH SCHWARTZ BASEBALL m1932 This year's baseball team had the most successful season of any athletic team during the current year. The schedule was representative and difficult as well, but Coach Schwartz, aided by an excellent pitching staff, molded a diamond aggregation worthy of the best in Vanderbilt's history. The staff composed of Captain Harry Dethero, Milton Ross, Alvin Graham, Pat Kirwan, and Joe Therrell, pitchers, and Jeter and McClellan, catchers, was the strongest college collection of mound artists and maskmen seen in this section for many years. A quartet of fast-fielding, hard-hitting infielders, Foster, Merritt, More- head, and Henderson, allxxof whom were capable of making impossible Mgetsf, and five fine outfieklers, Roberts, Huggins, Fortune, Close, and Shackleford, rounded out a hustling, bustling ball club that was well-nigh invincible. There is no need to delve into the realm of individual ability, for the team was not made up of a group of stars, but was an example of what perfect co-ordination and teamwork can do. Let us look at the season's record. It speaks for itself- Vanderbilt ..... 2, Michigan State . . 1 Vanderbilt . 2, Michigan State . . 4 Vanderbilt . 16, T. P. I. . . . . 3 Vanderbilt . 12, Maryville . . . 9 Vanderbilt . 2, Bethel College . . . 3 Vanderbilt . 16, Bethel College . . . . . 6 Vanderbilt . 14, Birmingham Southern . . . 1 Vanderbilt . 6, W. Ky. Teachers . . . . 5 Vanderbilt . 75 W. Ky. Teachers . . 6 Vanderbilt . 9, Mississippi . . . 7 Vanderbilt . 2, Mississippi . , 1 0 PA6El32 0 .X x X X1 Vanderbilt . . . 185 I Maryville . . . 5 Vanderbilt . . . 95 Maryville . . . . 3 Vanderbilt . . . 65 W. Ky. Teachers . . . 7 Vanderbilt . . . 55 W. Ky. Teachers . . . 2 Vanderbilt . . . 15 Miss. A. and M. . . . 3 Vanderbilt . . . 65 Miss. A. and M. . . . 3 Vanderbilt . . . 45 T. P. I .... . 0 Vanderbilt ...... 55 T. P. I ...... . 4 Vanderbilt ......l 125 Cumberland ...... 8 Highlights of the season: Vanderbilt's air-tight fielding and Shack's magnificent throw from centerfield to cut oil the tying run against Michigan State. . . Merritt7s coming through after Phil Turner's injury. . . Jule Foster's three home runs in the first Maryville game. . . The beautiful pitching by Newport of Bethel College fVanderbilt made only three hitsj. . . The invincible pitching of Dethero and Ross in the Ole Miss series. . . Kirwan's exhibition of blinding speed and durability in that twelve-inning game with West Kentucky. . . Fortune's home run to win che second T. P. I. game. . . All of which were capped with a spirit of sportsmanship SCCOIICI to 110116. 1,:.iy 'U PAGEI33 0 fx sh. l X 'I li Nl ive, lil If ,E .. . ,., W s ' --X x in X N- l I .Ns ,Ax 1 E is " WJ' 1 is 1 fri, J 'X Tx, yu uc 5 -' 1 il x ' .- in l L 1 ,l x 1. Xi l jf Q A xxlvwx , 5: If 'rm ,ei f l . W. '-1 -. 4 if Xl -R .X,.v if f ff: f l ,. . il f fi x.', cial, 4 .,, ,. X.. im Xxx GH, 55. ff Viv. f A rfxxxik l ll llll tx X kwbgrx. Xtlill' fl o .Q l THE WOODWARD, KENNEDY, HOLLIDAY, MANSFIELD Coach Bill Anderson, watch in hand, clocks the development of his tracksters from day to day. An inspiring leader and coach, the records of his teams speak well of his ability and untiring effort. TRiA The traclc season of 1932 may be reviewed with a sense of achievement and like wise a feeling of disappointment. The team headed by Charles Woodward, one of the most capable leaders in a number of years, divided its meets with three triumphs and three losses-which may be termed a successful season in view of the records of teams of recent years. The squad was not blessed with great ability, but under the guiding hand of Coach Bill Anderson some outstanding performers developed during the season to gain honors for themselves. The season held one of the lceenest disappointments in the loss of the relay record at the hands of the Florida mile-relay team in Gainesville. It was a record that will never again be equalled, so Vanderbilt can still point to it with pride, even though its continuance has been broken. SEASCDNCDF1932 The Vanderbilt traclcsters opened their season with a satisfactory victory over the "Praying Colonels" of Centre College with Captain Woodward holding the spotlight. The team continued by successfully trouncing the team from Southwestern of Meinphis in an uneven battle for points. Then Kentucky was defeated by a good margin in the Dudley Stadium with Woodward and King taking two firsts each to lead the scoring for the Commodores. The performance of every man on the team aided in a glorious victory over this traditional rival. On the following Saturday, with several of the most valuable men away at the A. A. U. meet, Vanderbilt was forced to face defeat at the hands of the Louisville Y. M. C. A. by a margin of three points. It was a loss which might well have been a victory with the aid of the missing star performers. After a tiresome trip to Gainesville, Florida, the traclc team met humiliating defeat and the loss of its cherished relay record in the meet with the Gators. Outstanding per- formances were turned in by Samuels in the mile, and Proctor in the two-mile, but-the worlc of other men was far below their best. The relay team, composed of Woodward, Mansfield, Holliday, and Kennedy, lost a heart-rending race to a strong but by no means superior team. E The next weelc, at Athens, Georgia, the Georgia Bulldogs were met and another de- feat was received. The meet was close throughout, being decided by ax matter of only a few points. In the Conference meet on May 27, Samuels toolc second in the mile after a thrilling race, while the mile relay team, trying to regain its prestige, gained the praise of every spectator by fighting through to place after an accident in the first lap had left Mans- field fifty yards behind the field. This team, composed of Mansfield, Holliday, Ken- nedy, and Woodward, though suffering defeat, was one of the greatest teams in spirit and ability ever to tread cinders for Vanderbilt. 0 PAGEI35 0 COACH JOSH CODY TOMMY HENDERSON Guard and Captain Henderson, besides being a fine floor man, was the leader and inspiration of his team. The credit due Tommy can not be measured by mere score-book records. His spirit and leader- ship will long be remembered. SKINNY HUGGINS Forward Sensational, unorthodox, Skinny was the gallery favorite. His early season record for point-getting was phenomenal. When he was right, there was no stopping him. He was im- bued with the spirit of udo or dien as exempli- fied by his play in the Tournament when he had been advised by his doctor to go to bed. J U LE FOSTER Center On the pivot position, Jule was invaluable to his team in recovering balls from both back- boards, and he managed to score more than fre- PAGE I36 0 quently from under the basket. This year he proved himself, beyond a doubt, to be one of the best pivot men in the Conference. MARVIN MILLER Forward This was Miller's first year on the varsity, yet he proved himself worthy of any opponent's steel. He made a name for himself as a ball- hawkg in this field he was untouched by any member of the squad. . JIM SCOGGINS Guard Jim, although only a sophomore, soon proved to be the find of the season. He was the best long shot on the team, and his ability to elude his would-be guards made him a most feared man on attack. Watch him next year. CHUGGY FORTUNE Forward Soon after the season got under way, Chuggy moved up into first place in the line V A R S I TY BASKETBALL of replacements. His play in the latter stages of the campaign, when Huggins was sick, saved the team from slumping. PETE KEENE A Center Pete, another sophomore, came forward faster than any other member of 'the squad. He will be of much value to the team next year. ALVIN GRAHAM Center Al, a new hand at this basketball game, showed plenty of ability in shooting and was often used to help out at back guard. He was conscientious and was a credit to the team. WILLIAM MALONE Guard Bill, playing his first year on the varsity squad, developed into a splendid defensive man. His loss in the Kentucky game through an ankle injury deprived the team of a valuable and much needed reserve. 9 PAGE I37 9 RESUME OF BASKETBALL .X 4 The 1933 edition of the Vanderbilt Basketball Team was one of the greatest lives ever to don the Gold and Black. The smooth cohesion with which this yearis five mowed down opposition stands as a monument to the team as a whole, for its fight- ing spirit and determination to win. The season opened with Ohio State fpresent Big Ten champions? , on New Year's Eve, with a defeat for Vanderbilt. Clemson was defeated by a good margin, and then South Carolina was defeated in a thriller, with two extra periods. A winning streak of eight straight games over Southeastern Conference foes followed, including an extra period game with Tennessee, two substantial triumps over Tulane, Georgia Tech, Auburn, and Sewanee, followed closely by two smashing victories over L. S. U. This was the peak of the season. The strain of this winning streak took its toll, and was followed by three con- secutive defeats by Kentucky, Alabama, and the Wichita Henrys, National A. A. U. champions. A trip into Alabama and Florida was successfully completed with a vic- tory over Auburn, and a split with Florida in a two-game series. The final trip was the most unprofitable venture of the season, resulting in losses to both Tennessee and Kentucky. In the Tournament, Vanderbilt reached the semi-finals via a bye and a victory over Tulane. However, Mississippi State, pre-tournament dark horses, forced the Commodores to succumb. The season as a whole was a large success and can be pointed to with pride. 0 PAGEI38 0 T, 1- x -S T E N N I S 1 I932 TENNIS SEASON The Vanderbilt tennis team came through the 1932 seasonwith a greater number of victories than defeats, despite the fact that the squad suffered the loss of both rank- ing players. "Lefty" Bryan, national ranking net star, dropped out of the University just prior to the tennis season. Ross Cheshire played at the number one position until the last of April, after which time his services were lost to the squad because of a sprained ankle. The Black and Gold netmen opened the season by tying Sewanee. In their next match with Wheaton College, the Commodore netmen outclassed the 1'Hoosiers," win- ning 5-2. The "Praying Colonelsn of Centre were the next to be bowled over by the count of 6-1. In a match with the University of Mississippi, the Vandy netmen emerged victorious by a score of 5-2. The Commodores, however, suffered their first defeat in Tuscaloosa at the hands of U. of Alabama. The following week, they were also beaten in Atlanta by both Georgia Tech and Emory. The sextet broke the losing streak by downing the Sewanee Tigers in the last match of the season. This was the only defeat infiicted upon the mountain boys during the entire spring. Captain Harold Schwartz played consistent tennis throughout the season, and was the only man lost by graduation. Davis Clark, captain-elect, Ross Cheshire, George Pryor, Tommy Anderson and Nathan Woodruff were the remaining members of the team. These five will form the nucleus of what points to be a superior 1933 net team. Ty xx Yv - v 2 - in Slgxxill f I it, Q.. .1 ,W 1 .K L .N l --. t. Q i M o is U PAGE I39 0 15.11 1 its iv- y ily xi. l l l 1 7: 'im E if - iZ,,i'ii.li lflli fl Vw fl. A l 1 V, t., - ,, 'mf 1 i. 2. , f 1 qi M . , l .. .1 ffl H ' -. 'lim' ' f fflfg i tx 4.-,vt . Aff, J ill X X X l . 1' 9, f 'x V fl -, wi f ..y, on f l l v X il N I lf! 'ulx,llI'Z JW xy 4,1 I ,I Rv! r V ' Af U11 rp,-ff II L I U Gif jf INTRAMURALS AT To make it possible for all students of the University to participate in some form of competitive sport is the object of the intramural program. A further step toward the achievement of this object was taken this year, with the ruling that all men who have made varsity letters in any sport slfould be ineligible to compete in the intramural tourna- ments. A complete program of sports was offered to the student body during the year by director Jim Buford, who is in charge of the intramural program. Everything from ping- pong to boxing was included, thereby affording a chance to students of all grades of athletic skill to display their wares. A complete list of the various tournaments and competitions embrace the following: cross-country run, basketball, kittenball, track, relays, boxing, wrestling, swimming, hand- ball, tennis, golf, and ping-pong. Probably the most popular of these sports were basket- ball and kittenball, both of which drew an entry from practically every fraternity and from a number of independent teams. Track also accounted for a lot of training and hard work by the non-varsity students. Several of the fraternities paired off in unofficial but hard-fought football games also. The whole intramural program is carried on in addition to the regular varsity ath- letics and the required attendance of gym classes by undergraduates. There seems to be an increasing interest in intramurals, which is a healthy sign, and which seems to meet the contention that there is an overemphasis of intercollegiate athletics. The intramural athletics not only afford an opportunity for healthful exercise, but also furnish recreation and amusement for a large number of students, and for this reason it is hoped that there will continue to be an increasing interest in them. BASKETBALL The 1932 intramural basketball tournament was won by the Phi Delta Theta quintet, which romped away easily with the title, doubling the scores on almost every opponent. i 0 PAGE 140 o l XX -- X X 'X YR - xr ij xt xals f' l l .l xl x 1, ii 4 , ,K 1-xx . x JIM BUFORD Presenting the genial Jim Buford. director of intramural athletics, Whose efforts are re- sponsible for the growth and success of intramural sports VANDERBILT KITTEN BALL The Phi Delta Theta kittenball team carried off the pennant in this sport, emerging victorious over the Kappa Sigs in the Little World Series, which is the play-oFf for the championship between win- ners of the two divisions of the tournament. Pea- cock was the moundsman and big gun of the cham- pionship team. program at Vanderbilt. TRACK The Beta Theta Pi team won the 1932 track and relay events with ease, almost doubling the score of their nearest opponents. Excellent performances were turned in by Bill Myers in the hurdles, and by McMurray, Myers, and Kerr in the quarter. The Beta team also won the interfraternity relay meet by taking three out of the four events. 6 PAGE I4l 0 Fix it 'C l t. ., .- .-,M i- -Q ,ll ,Q-il 1 T bill., :X ii--,l.,s.4! , . , M I i ll V 'l lx I 5 , 1 lf f l'-xg! fif N lf' 1 f ll J' If j tx, li , X if i l fll it df 1 1. 1 i . ' it l l fill tri lib! f U 'fi if lgllvf' THE KAPPA ALPHA THETAil'l?4iM VVinners of the sorority basketball tourna- ment through their defeat of the Tri-Delts in the most exciting tournament in years. A change in the organization of women's athletics was made in 1932, the new plan providing for one officer only, who is designated president. This office was held by Betty Crawford during 1932-1933. In the inter-class events, the chairmen of the various classes were in charge of their respective class teams. These chairmen were: Dorothy Sweeney, senior chairman, Jane Sutherland, junior chairman, Katherine Har- ris, sophomore chairman, and Elizabeth Dandridge, freshman chairman. The program of women's athletics centered around four events, the intramural swimming meet, the intramural tennis tournament, the inter-sorority basketball tourna- ment, and the intramural or inter-class basketball tournament. In the intramural swimming meet, held in the fall of 1932, the junior class team was the team winner, and the individual high scorer was Betty Crawford. The following champions were crowned in the tennis tournament held in the spring of 1932: Frances Armistead, senior, Katherine Rutherford, junior, Adelaide Shull, sophomore, Dorothy Dale, freshman, and Adelaide Shull, finalist. 9 PAGE I4Z 0 S THE SOPHOMORE CLASS TEAM Captained by jane Brown, which succeeded in downing the strong teams of the other classes to cop the class title. The Seniors were runners-up to the Sophs in the Round-Robin tournament. BETTY CRAWFORD President of the VVoman,s Athletic Asso- ciation, who has been instrumental in carrying through a splendid year of wo- men's athletic activities. In the inter-sorority basketball tournament, the Kappa Alpha Theta team over- came the stiff opposition of the other clubs to win the trophy. The competition was keen and it took a hard-fighting and determined team to pull through victorious. The members of the winning team were: Bay Lynch, Barbara Denman, Sarah Hamilton, Jane Brown, Adelaide Shull, Elizabeth Dandridge, Frances Prewitt, Kathryn Swig- gart, and Henrietta Spicer. K The intramural basketball tournament was held in the form of ax Round Robin tournament, each class team playing every other class team one time. The sophomore team came through with the title by defeating in turn the senior, junior, and freshman teams. 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' M., Cunningham, Harris, Hudson Brubaker, King Paris, Stark. Wfhalley MEN'S PAN-HELLENIC CCDUNCIL GEORGE PIERCE, Sigma Chi . . B. E. BRUBAKER, Chi Phi . OFFICERS BIEMBERS VVILLIAM CUNNXNGHAM ....... HOR1'ON EARLY .... HORACE FRIERSON . JACK HARRIS . . . JAMES HOLLIDAY . CHARLES HUDSON . MORTON IQING . . JOHN NEUHOFF . W. M. PARIS . . HARRY STARR . . ED VVHALLEY . FRANK WILSON . . VV. WOODRUFF .... . . . . . . .Pzmxvidenl . Secretary- Treasurer Dalia Kappa Epsilon . . . Kappa Sigma ' . Phi Delta Theta . . Zeta Beta Tau . . . Bda Theta Pi . Lambda Chi Alpha Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . Phi Kappa Pri . Phi Kappa Sigma . . . - Sigma Nu . Alpha Tau Omega . . . Kappa Alpha . . Pi Kappa Alpha 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. The organization, now composed of fifteen chapters of national fraternities, formerly published the Comet and later the Commodorr, until it was given over to tlIe student body as a whole In 1912. The Pan-Hellenic also encourages and sponsors interfraternity basketball, baseball, and track, presenting a silver loving Cup to each winning team. A silver cup is also presented each year to the fraternity attaining the highest scholastic average for the year. , Beyond this the council works for good feeling and harmony among the ranks of the Greeks and attempts to promote friendliness and good will. 0 PAGE I47 0 GV B1 D55 Front Row: Foster, Sampson. R. Owe-ng! Fortune Frierson, YVatson, Vfatlrins, Gore, B.aden. Peacock. Cleso Second Row: King, Lindsey, Hutchison, Hughes, Perry, Nichols, Provine. Martin, C. McBee, Lee. Anderson, Kane Third Row: Boagni, Montgomery, Scoggins, Durand. Shauds, Price. Benedict, Yvilson. J. Owen Back Row: Mayson, Smith, Newton, Hampton, Alexander, D. McBee PI-II DELTA THETA TENNESSEE ALPHA CHAPTER Founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, December 26, 1848 Incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio, March 12, Isgl ESTABLISHED 1876 Colors: Azure and Argent Flower: White Carnation W' i SQ ' ' PAGEI48 0 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE HARVEY ALEXANDER, '34 VANCE J. ALEXANDER, JR., '36 . VV. P. ALLEN, '34 . . . TOM ANDERSON, '34 . . ANDREW BENEDICT, JR., '35 KENNETH BOAGNI, '34 . JACK BRADEN, y33 . . . JOHN F. CALDWELL, JR., DAN CALGY, JR., '36 . . VERNON CLOSE, ,33 . . FRANK DURAND, '35 . . H. W. DURAND, '33 . . JAMES FORTUNE, '35 . SELMAN FORTUNE, 133 . JULIAN FOSTER, 133 . . HORACE FRIERSON, ,33 . . . CHARLES GORE, '33 . . VVADE HAMPTON, '36 . . MALLORY HARWELL, ,35 JAMES HATEIELD, '35 . MAURICE HOLLINS, '34 . THACK HUGHES, '34, . N. V. HUTCHINSON, '34 . EDWARD KANE, '34 . . CLARENCE KING, '33 . CHARLES B. LEE, '34 . . ROBERT P. LINDSEY, ,34 . 136 . . .Nashville, Nashville, . . Nashville, . . Nashville, Nashville, Tenn Tenn. Tenn Tenn Tenn . . Opelousas, La Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . . Gallatin, Tenn . . Shamrock, Tex. . Chattanooga, Tenn . Chattanooga, Tenn . . LaFayette, Ga . . LaFayette, Ga . . Madison, Ga . Columbia, Tenn . . Bristol, Tenn Chattanooga, Tenn . . .OSceOla, Ark. . . Orlando, Fla Bowling Green, Ky . Clarksdale, Miss . . Winona, Miss . Atlatnta, Ga . . Bristol, Tenn . . Joplin, Mo . . Portland, Ark FRATERNITY NATHAN MARTIN, '35 .... DOUGLAS MAYSON, '35 . DALTON MCBEE, '35 . R. C. MCBEE, '34 . . . GERALD MONTGOMERY, '35 JAMES NEWTON, '35 .... JAMES NICHOL, ,34 . . JOHN T. OWENS, '33 . . RICHARD OWEN, ,33 . . E. P. PEACOCK, JR., '33 . CLYDE PERRY, '34 . . . ALEX PORTER, '36 . Nashville, Tenn . . .BufOrd, Ga . Greenwood, Miss . Greenwood, Miss . Greenwood, Miss . Wilmot, Ark Nashville, Tenn . . Tunica, Miss . Evansville, Miss Clarksdale, Miss . Hollywood, Miss. . . Nashville, Tenn KARL PRICE, '35 . . KENT SAMPSON, '33 . JAMES SCOGGINS, '35 . NUGENT SHANOS, '35 . DOUGLAS SIMPRINS, '36 E. E. SMITH, JR., '36 . E. M. WATRINS, '33 . FRANCIS WATSON, '33 . DEMPSEY WEAVER, '35 PHILIP WILLIAMS, '35 . . JOHN L. WILSON, '35 . CHARLES ZEHNDER, '34 0 PAGE I49 0 . Middlesboro, Ky . . Harlan, Ky . Tupelo, Miss . . Jackson, Miss . . . Springfield, Tenn . Middlesboro, Ky . .Augusta, GJ Chattanooga, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . . .Sturgis, Ky . Nashville, Tenn PHI DELTA THETA TENNESSEE ALPHA CHAPTER-Continued. FRATRES IN FACULTATE ROBERT F. JACKSON . . . JAMES C. MCREYNOLDS . GRANTLANIJ RICE .... J. P. W. BROWN . . . JOHN H. DEWITT . . JOHN J. TIGERT . . . E. M. UNIJERWOOD .... JOHN DANIEL, M.A., LL.D. . RICHARD A. BARR, M.A., M.D. . . . M. B. DAVIS, M.D. . . . . A. W. HARRIS, M.D. 'I Nr' . J. OWSLEY MANIER, M.D. . . HUGH MORGAN, M.D. . LARKIN SMITH, M.D. . W. H. VVITP, M.D. . T. B. ZERFOSS, M.D. . . MORRIS BRANDON . . . ............... Member Board of Trust ALLEN R. CARTER .... . . . Member Board of Trust . . Member Board of Trust . . Member Board of Trust . . Member Board of Trust . . Member Board of Trust . . Member Board of Trust . . Member Board of Trust . . . Member Board of Trust . . . . . Professor of Phy,ics Professor in School Professor in School Professor in School Professor in School Professor in School Professor in School Professor in School Professor in School of Medicine of Medicine of Medicine of Medicine of Medicine of Medicine of Medicine of Medicine Phi Delta Theta was the second of the Miami Triad and was founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, in 1848, by six students of this school. The leaders of this group, Robert Morrisoii and John M. Wil- son, were the moving spirits behind this early Organization and later were the co-authors of "The Bond of Phi Delta Theta." The growth of the fraternity, both in its early years and since the Civil War, has been substantial and has been rather equally divided in all parts of the United States. Since 1900 several chapters have been established in Canada. Phi Delta Theta was the first national social fraternity to hold regular national conventions to promote the general welfare of the fraternity. 0 PAGE l50 0 JOHN SHAW CULLOM ALFRED T. ADAMS DAVID P. ADAMS, II EVAN LLOYD ADAMSON HARVEY C. ALEXANDER HORACE L. ALLEN w7ILLIAM J. ANDERSON, JR. JAMES L. ANTHONY MAX LAWRENCE ANTHONX ROBERT A. ARMISTEAD JAMES M. AVENT THOMAS B. BAKER, JR. WILLIAM BAKER CHARLES BARHAM, JR. RICHARD A. BARR, M.D. RICHARD A. BARR, JR. SLOSS D. BAXTER J. T. BENTON RICHARD A. BRADEN WALTER S. BEARDEN, JR. GREEN BENTON, JR. ROBERT BOYD BOGLE, JR. JAMES C. BRADFORD, JR. EWING L. BRADFORD JOHN S. BRANSPORD K JOHN P. W. BROWN J. VV. BROWN, M.D. CLAIBORNE N. BRYAN HENRY K. BUCKNER EDWARD BUFORD, JR. DR. GEORGE W. BULLARD VV. ALLISON BUNTIN CHARLES VV. CALDWELL MERIDETH CALDWELL ROGERS CLARK CALDWELL FRANCIS R. CAMPBELL LEMUEL R. CAMPBELL 'WILLIAM B. CAMPBELL ELDRED CAYCE JACK B. CHADWICK PICKSLEY CHEEK HENRX' RUSSELL COHEN WILLIAM C. COLLEY JOHN H. CONNER, JR. ROBERT GORDON CONNER EDWIN W. COOPER WILLIAM P. COOPER VAUGHN W. COOPER BENJAMIN F. CORNELIUS EDWARD B. CRAIG, JR. EDWIN VV. CRAIG FRANCIS J. CRAIG BATHAN C. CRAIG DONALD M. CREVELING JAMES G. CREVELING, JR. PHI DELTA THETA TENNESSEE ALPHA CHAPTER-Continued. FRATRES IN URBE J. VAULX CROCKETT J. VAULX CROCKETT, JR. ROBERT P. CROCKETT WATKINS CROCKETT, JR. B ROW NLEE O. CURRY JOHN DANIEL VV. LOUIS DAVIS, JR. JOHN H. DEVVITT JOHN H. DEVVITT, JR. PAUL DEVVITT, M.D. WARD DEWITT GORDON S. DICKERSON ROBERT F. DODD A BEVERLY DOUGLAS, M.D. BRUCE DOUGLAS, JR. LEE DOUGLAS GUILFORD DUDLEY, JR. CHARLES A. EMBRY JOHN EZELL WILLIAM J. EZELL HERBERT FARRELL NORMAN FARRELL, JR. VVILLIS M. FARRIS FRANK G. FITE JOHN S. FLETCHER FRANK VV. FLETCHER MINOS L. FLETCHER, JR. JAMES S. FRAZIER, JR. LEWIS FRAZIER WASHINGTON FRAZER FRED J. FULLER GEORGE J. GALE EDWIN S. GARDNER B. A. GIBSON CHARLES C. GILBERT, JR. VVILLIAM H. GOODPASTURE FIELDING G. GORDON J. THOMAS GRISCOM ALFRED M. I'IAGAN W. R. HAGAN BENJAMIN JOSEPH HARLAN FITZGERALD HALL ERNEST K. HARDISON, JR. ALBERT VV. HARRIS, M.D. EUGENE O. HARRIS, JR. W. FRANK HARRIS VVILLIAM HARRIS VVILLIAM LINN HARRIS, JR. E. B. HART DOUGLAS HENRY ROBERT S. HENRY JOHN S. PIERBERT ROBERT D. HERBERT, JR. WILLIAM B. HERBERT, JR. LAURENCE B. PIOVVARD JOSEPH T. HOVSIELL, JR. MORTON B. HOWELL, III. R. BOYTE C. HOWELL R. BOYTE C. HOWELL, JR.4f FOSTER HUME, JR. HOWELL E. JACKSON ROBERT F. JACKSON ROBERT F. JACKSON, JR. IRA PAYNE JONES WALTER JONES DAVID KEEBLE EDWIN A. KEEBLE JOHN BELL KEEBLE, JR. SIDNEY F. KEEBLE THOMAS C. KEELING JAMES ALLEN KENNEDY RICHARD KENNEDY THOMAS P. KENNEDY, JR. VVILLIAM L. KILLEBREW JOHN KIRKMAN WILLIAM P. KIRKMAN HAROLD D. KNIGHT ROBERT H. KNIGPIT VADEN M. LACKEY JOHN W. N. LEE SAMUEL E. LINTON HENRY Z. LIPSCOMB, JR. HILL MCALISTER PAUL M. MCGAUGHY CRUTCHER MCCLURE HUNTER MCDONALD, JR. ROBERT E. MCNEILLY JAMES C. MCREYNOLDS PERCY DOWNS MADDIN Y'VERNON H. SHARP, JR. JOHN OWSLEY MANIER, M.D. THOMAS MILLER MANIER WILL R. MANIER, JR. RICHARD E. MATTHEWS OLLIE F. MINTON, JR. LEE J. MOHR HUGH J. MORGAN, M.D. VVALTER M. MORGAN, D.D WILLIAM HENRY MORGAN DR. J. M. NEILL WILLIAM L. NICHOLL, JR. EDWIN T. NOEL JOHN H. NOEL OSCAR F. NOEL, JR. ' ROBERT ORR, III ALBERT PARRISH WILLIAM R. PARK, JR. VV. B. C. PILCPIER EDVVIN A. PRICE JOSEPH G. PRICHARD JOSEPH G. PRICHARD, JR. HARVEY PRIDE EDVVIN K. PROVOST FRANK P. PROVOST JAMES B. RICHARDSON ARCHIE LEE ROBERTSON WILLIAM DAKE ROSE EDWARD DANDRIDGE SHARP 0 PAGEISI 0 .S. HIRA P. SALTER, JR. LANDON K. SMARTT HENRY LAIRD SMITH LARKIN E. SMITH, M.D. MARION G. SMITH STUTSON SMITH EDGAR J. SPERRY WADE R. SPERRY ELDON B. STEVENSON, JR. VVALTER STOKES CLARENCE P. STREET ROBERT W. STROUD JAMES G. STUART JAMES W. STUART GEORGE J. STUBBLEFIELD ALONZO M. TENISON GEORGE F. TENISON, M.D. SMITH TENISON, JR. J. D. THOMAS ffl-IOMAS LEE THOMPSON MCTYEIRE TIGERT ORRIE R. VAN DYKE CURRELL VANCE HARRY S. VAUGHN, D.D.S WILLIAM SCOTT VAUGHN CHARLES W. VVATERFIELD VV. J. VVALLACE, JR. WILLIAM VVALLER J. M. WALLER R. A. WALLER WILLIAM C. WEAVER WILLIAM C. WEAVER, JR. T. DWIGHT VVEBB, JR. EDWARD C. WEBB GEORGE C. VVEBB ROBERT C. WEBSTER JOSEPH READY WEST OLIN WEST, JR. ROBERT H. WEST J. P. VVILLIAMS, JR., M.D OVERTON VVILLIAMS HARRY L. VVILLIAMSON, JR CHARLES W. WILSON RICHARD T. WILSON, JR. VVILLIAM M. WILSON J. A. VVITHERSPOON, JR. WILLIAM H. WITT, M.D. JESSE E. m7ILLS ROBERT H. VVORKE THOMAS VV. XNRENNE, JR. DOUGLAS M. W7RIGHT MALVERN H. VVRIGHT TOM B. ZEREOSS, M.D. 334 ' II1 Front Row: Ross, Davis, 6.NS'I'l1itll. Morrisey, J. Crouch, Mayo Mansfield. Braden Second Row: S. VVest, W. C. Smith, R. Watkins, Clark, Malone, Mabery, Paty, Monday Third Row: Tucker, VVilley, Oakley, Sutterlin. Murphee. J, H. Smith Back Row: Sneecl, Byars, Stuart, Early. Standforcl, 1-lofstetter THE KAPPA SIC-MA Founded at the University of Virginia, 1869 Kappa Chapter established 1877 Colors: Scarlet, Emerald, Green, and White 0, . . ,qv '. Qphfgqi 'Q 4, cgdonql -, iklszlifa i""i'5""' 0 PAGEI52 0 Flower: Lily-of-the-Valley FRATRES IN FACULTATE R. S. DUKE, M.D. .... - . .llssislaat in Clinical Olzsletries JOHN E. EDGERTON . . . . . Mezrzber' Board of Trust L. C. GLENN, PI-LD. ..... .... P rofessor of Geology E. VV. GOODPASTURE, M.C. VVILLIAM S. GRAY, D.D. . J. T. KERCHEVAL . . . FRED J. LEWIS, CE. . . J. H. LITTERER, M.D. . . IVIYLES P. O'CONNoR, LLB. JOHN CROWE RANsOM, M.A. . . O. H. VVILSON, M.D. . . WILLIAM BRADEN, ,33 . H. L. BYARS, '34 . . BRUCE CLARK, '36 . . A. C. CONWAY, IQ4 . . JORDAN J. CROUCH, ,33' . HORACE CROW, I34 . . GRAHAM DAVIS, 133 . . ALBERT C. DODGE, ,33 . . Professor of Pathology . - . . . Orlhodonlisl . Bursar Medical Sclzool . . Professor of Engineering Professor of Bacteriology . . . Professor of Lafw . . Professor of English . . Professor of Clzild Diseases FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE . . Natchez, Miss. . . Millport, Ala. . Memphis, Tenn. . . .Sharpsburg, Ky. Johnson City, Tenn. . Clarksville, Tenn. . . Elkton, Ky. . Mobile, Ala. JOHN A. MURFEE, '35 , . L. C. OAKLEY, '34, . . BEN H. PATTY, '35 . . BALLARD ROBBINS, '35 . . MILTON Ross, ,33 . . . HENRY SHARP, '35 ..... CLARENNCE L. SMITH, ,33 , JOE HARRY' SMITH, '35 . . FRATERNITY CECIL DUKE, '33 . . PIORTON EARLY, ,34 . OSCAR HOFSTETTER, '36 BILL MABERRY, I34. . . THOMAS F. MALONE, '36 V. MANSFIELD, '33 . . JULIAN MAYO, ,33 . . L. L. MCDOUGALL, I33 CHARLES MONDAY, '35 , PAUL MORRISEY, '33 . . . Gallatin, Tenn . .Nashville, Tenn . . . Nashville, Tenn . . . Nashville, Tenn. . . . Nashville, Tenn . McMinnville, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Boonesville, Miss. . . Lake Charles, Fla . . . Nashville, Tenn W. CICERO SMITH, '36 . ROBERT STANFORD, '34 . . JESSE WEEP STUART, '35 . VVILLIAM SUTHERLAND, '34 DoUcLAss SUTTERLIN, '36 FRED B. TUCKER, '36 . . RICHARD W. WATRINS, '36 WILLIAM VVATKINS, ,33 . SEDGWICK VVEST, I33 . . F. J. WILLEY, JR., '36 . . 0 PAGE 153 0 . Becker, Miss. . Evansville, Ind. . Lebanon, Tenn. . . Berea, Ky. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. . . Hagan, Ga. . Springfield, Tenn. . LaFayette, Ga . Nashville, Tenn . Beaumont, Tex . Nashville, Tenn . Frankfort, Ky . . Tallulah, La . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . . Nashville, Tenn . . Merroque, La G34 D1 DV? Tow Row: Clements, Uffelman, O-1-fiver:,tGreen, Dickinson, McRae, Morris, Taylor, Walters, Mullins, NNancarrow, Stewart Second Row: Evans, Maupin, Ray, lvalsh, Hairston, Kelly, Winter Third Row: Russell, Burton, P. Askew, King, Rees, Gibson, B. Askew, Simmons Fourth Row: O. Dickinson, McGel1ee, F. Smith, B. Smith. McCauley, Henin, A. Smith, WVy1y SIGMA ALPHA EPSILCN TENNESSEE NU CHAPTER Founded at the University of Alabama, 1856 Tennessee Nu Chapter establishcl 1883 Colors: Royal Purple and Old Gold Flower: The Violet 9 PAGE l54 9 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE BURGESS ASKEW, l34 . PIERCE ASKEW, Y34 . . BYRON BEARD, '36 . LARRY BURTON, '35 . . ROBERT CARNAHAN, '35 EVANS CLEMENTS, '36 . JACK CRAWFORD, '36 . TOM DAVIS, '35 . . JOE DICKINSON, '36 . . PEYTON EVANS, '35 . HAROLD GIBSON, '35 . CLARENCE GREEN, '36 DUDLEY GREEN, '35 . JACK HAIRSTON, '35 . JACK HEFLIN, ,33 . Ross HOPKINS, '33 . . ROBERT HORSLEY, Y33 . JOE HUTCHISON, '35 . ED KELLY, '35 . . . . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn . . Smyrna, Ga. . Nashville, Tenn . Pine Bluff, Ark. . Nashville, Tenn Centreville, Tenn. Brentwood, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. Shelbyville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . . . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . . Meridian, Miss. . Memphis, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Hartsville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. FRATERNITY MORTON KING, '34 . ED MAUPIN, '35 . . JOHN MCCAULEY, '33 . . F. O. MCGEHEE, l33 . DUNCAN MCRAE, '36 . RICHARD MELLON, '36 . GENE MORRIS, '36 . . BILLY MULLIN, '36 . . CHARLES NANCARROW, '36 . BOBBY OLIVER, '36 . , WILLIAM F. ORR, '34 . A. W. PIERCE, '34 . BEVERLY RAY, '35 . JAMES REES, '35 . Shelbyville, Tenn Shelbyville, Tenn . Sapulpa, Okla . Pine Bluff, Ark . . Prescott, Ark . Nashville, Tenn . . Moultrie, Ga . Texarkana, Ark. . Texarkana, Ark . . Valdosta, Ga . Nashville, Tenn. Fort Worth, Tex. . Memphis, Tenn Fayetteville, Tenn ED RUSSELL, '35 . . . W. H. SIMMONS, JR., '34 ARCH SMITH, '33 , . BAXTER SMITH, '33 . . FLEM SMITH, '33 . BAIN STEWART, '36 . . ALB-ERT TAYLOR, '36 . THOMAS UFEELMAN, '36 BEN VVALSH, '35 . . , HARRY WALTER, '36 . STUM WELLS, '33 . . W. J. WINTER, '35 . . LANG VVROTON, '35 . PERCY WYLEY, '33 . . 9 PAGE I55 0 Centreville, Tenn. . Pine Bluff, Ark. . . . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. Shelbyville, Tenn. . Blytheville, Ark. . Nashville, Tenn. Texarkana, Texas . Nashville, Tenn. . . Murray, Ky. . . Chattanooga, Tenn. . . . . Macon, Ga. Tahlequah, Qkla. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON TENNESSEE NU CHAPTER-Continued. C Sigma Alpha Epsilon Was founded by eight students of the University of Alabama at that university in 1856. Noble L. DeVOtie Was the most active of this group and Was the one Who Wrote the ritual, chose the name of the fraternity, and devised the handclasp. In the first year Of its founding, the fraternity had expanded to the place Where seven chapters were in existence. Until 1888 the activities of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Were confined largely to the South, but after this date active Northern ex- pansion took place so that at the present this fraternity is Well represented in all sec- tions of the country. Sigma Alpha Epsilon is the only national social fraternity to ever have a Woman member. VANCE J. ALEXANDER J. T. ALLEN J. C. ALLISON N. L. ALTHAUSER DR. CHARLES ANDERsON THOMAS APPLETON J. C. ARMISTEAD VVIRT ARMISTEAD, JR. C. R. ATCHINSON ROBERT BAGLEY TOM BAGLEY FERRIS C. BAILEY VVALTON BARKER WILLIAM F. BARRY F. M. BAss JOHN A. BELL W. M. BENNETT Roscoe BOND WILLIAM S. BOOTON CLARENCE T. BOYD SEWELL BRANDAU JAMES BRANDON ALBERT S. BRITT W. C. BROWN W. R. BRYAN, JR. FRATRES IN URBE FRANK BUNCH BILLY BURNETT J. E. 'CAIN, JR. S. E. CAIN N'STITH M. CAIN JULIAN C. CAMPBELL NEIL CARGILE A. M. CARROLL, JR. S. R. CARROLL DUDLEY E. CASEY BERTRAM CHALFONT S. CLARK SHEFFIELD CLARK WILLIAM B. CLARK R. A. COLEMAN S. F. COLEMAN ZACK COLES W. C. COOKE VV. L. CORBBIUSE C. J. CROCKETT, JR. JOHN R. CROSS R. C. CRUMBAUGH RANDOLPH CRUTCH FIELD EDWARD CURD DR. JAMES A. DALE C. C. DANIEL 0 PAGE I56 0 E. T. DAVANT ELMER D. DAvIEs EDWARD A. DEEDs W. RAYMOND DENNEY OVERTON DICKENSON E. L. DOAK DR. HENRY L. DOUGLAS F. E. DUDLEY WILLIAM DURY JOHN EARLY THOMAs N. EDEN W. M. EDMONDSON ROBERT EVANS VVINSTON EVANS G. C. FISHER HUMPHREY FOLK ERNEST FRANKLIN C. T. G.ALBREATH JACK GARLAND JAMES R. GARRETT DR. M. GLASGOW Ivo B. GLENN HALLUM GOODLOW HENRY GOODPASTURE SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON TENNESSEE NU CHAPTER-Continued. J. A. GRANNIS WALKER GRASTY FREDERICK C. GREVE L. P. GROVER R. VV. HALE VVILLIAM HALE WALTER TIALE HPEGJ' HANCOCK RUSSELL E. HART JUDGE CHESTER K. HART J. WISEMAN HEAD R. M. HICKEY, III JUDGE LITTON HICKMAN GEORGEXW. HIGHT HORACE G. HILL, JR. J. W. HIRSIG JOHN J. HOOKER M. Ross HOPKINS J. W. HOSKINS W. C. HOUSTON H. G. HUDDLES1'ON C. E. HUNT JOI-IN HUNT LEE HUNT A. W. HUTCHISON C. H. HUTTON PROF. GEORGE P. JACKSON J. F. JARMAN RAY JEAN DR. HOLLIS E. JOHNSON BEN F. JONES, JR. J. E. KEEFE JUDGE E. F. LANGFORD DAVID S. LANSDEN HENRY C. LASSING DICKIE LEWIS FRATRES IN URBE CARL LIPSCOMB J. CARLTON LOSER L. B. LOSER JOE T. MCCARY K. T. MCCONNICO K. T. MCCONNICO, JR. A. MCGLOTHLEN D. E. MCGUGIN LEONARD MCKEANO E. L. MCNEILLY W. D. MCSWEEN A. MARSHALL PROE. BROVVNE MARTIN W. L. MARTIN ALLEN MEADORS HAROLD MEADORS JACK MEADORS DR. JOSEPH T. MEADORS NELSON MEYERS NORMAN MINICK E. MOORE GARLAND MOORE H. C. MOORE J. WASHINGTON MOORE PROE. ARTHUR H. MOSER C. MALCOLM MOSS WILLIAM NESTOR E. C. NISSEN, JR. VVILLIAM F. ORRS, JR. RALPH OWENS J. W. OWSLEY GRAY PATTERSON HOWARD PATTON CHARLES PEAY R. LANIER PEEBLES DR. R. H. PERRY L. M. PHILLIPS W. D. PHILLIPS W. W. PINSON, JR. 0 PAGE I57 U NAT PORTER ROGERS PORTER REV. WM. A. PROVINE J. D. RAGAN REV. THOS. RAGSDALE T. A. RAMSAY G. J. REYNOLDS WILLIAM ROLLOW PAUL A. RYE KFHOMAS B. SCOGGINS H. B. SHAFFNER C. F. SIMPSON C. R. SMITH F. C. STAHLMAN PARK STREET EDWIN TIDWELL W. M. TUCKER VERNON S. TUPPER VERNON S. TUPPER, JR. GEORGE H. TYNE JOHN E. TYLER THOMAS J. TYNE, JR. SETH M. WALKER J. ARTHUR VVANDS GEN. VV. H. VVASI-IINGTON DR. ANDERSON WEBB A. K. VVHEELER JOHN WHERRY PAUL L. VVILLIAMS WALTER 'WILLIAMS F. L. WILSON G. C. WOODS M. T. WORKMAN L. A. WUEST BAXTER YOUNG CARL YOUNG CTM 'DI Front Row: Bell, HQle, T., Morgan, Eaton, NX 115011 SWL 111115611 Guild Second Row: P21l'll19l'. Lanxlieth, Helm, Bryan. Dmls H'1le R Owen IxL,1q1'1'1XV Third Row: Ransom. Keene, Fullex Hmvnes Back Row: Burch, Thompson, Dossett, Pu1ye'u lVIO1b'l.1'l W THE KAPPA ALPHA Founded at Washington and Lee Umversxty, 1865 Chi"Chapter established Aprd 9 1883 Colors: Crimson and Old Gold QQQUQ' Qmmzgf? RQKMR Mania Qi' so sake 0 PAGE I58 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE J. VV. BELL, '33 . STUART BRYAN, '35 . ALONZO DANIEL, '36 . DIXON DossET, ,34 . . JAMES EATON, '35 . . WILLIAM FULLER, ,34 ALVIN GRAHAM, '33 . ROBERT HALE, '34 . . TI-IOMAS L. HALE, '33 KIT L. HAYNES, '33 . . HUGH HELM, '36 . . BUFORD KEENE, 135 . JACK KERSHAW, '36 . WILLIAM LAMBETH, '36 PHILIP MCDONALD, '35 W. MONTGOMERY, '34 En MORGAN, '33 . . WILLS MORGAN, '36 . A. C. OMBERG, '33 .' . S. E. OWEN, '36 . . Hf E. PARMER, '36 . . . Murfreesboro, Tenn Johnson City, Tenn . . Nashville, Tenn . . . Buelah, Miss. . . Gulfport, Miss . Texarkana, Ark . Nashville, Tenn . . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Murfreesboro, Tenn . . Nashville, Tenn . . Huntsville, Ala . Nashville, Tenn . . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn. . Memphis, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn. . . Memphis, Tenn. . . Gulfport, Miss. . . Nashville, Tenn. WHITE PATTON, JR., '36 . . . . Chattanooga, Tenn. RATERNITY KENT PREWITT, '36 . . MARK PURYEAR, '36 . BOB SCHMID, '35 . . W. SWEARINGEN, '35 . CHARLES THOMPSON, 134 ROBERT THOMPSON, '36 FRANK WILSON, '34 . THOMAS WYATT, '35 . 0 PAGE l59 0 . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Franklin, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn, . .BartoW, Fla. . . Columbia, Miss . . Columbia, Miss. . . Huntsville, Ala. . . jackson, Tenn. KAPPA ALPHA CHI CHAPTER-Continued. 0 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Lucius E. BURCH, M.D. . . . ............. Professor of Gynecology W. C. DIXON, M.D. ........ . Assistant Professor of Gynecology THOMAS H. MALONE, B.A., LL.B. ....... Professor of Law EDWARD T. SEAY, LL.B. ........... Professor of Lafw I. E. HART, B.A. . . . . . Bursar and Secretary of Faculty H. B. BURWELL . ..... Instructor Geology X,x Kappa Alpha was founded in 1865, at Washingtoii College, with the idea of cre- ating an organization to foster and main- tain the manners, customs, and ideals of character and achievement, other than "sec- tional," of the Southern people. It has con- fined itself to the South, except for three chapters in California. 0 PAGE I60 0 R. L. ALFORD W. C. ALFORD JOSH AMBROSE J. A. BALL K. M. BAIRD M. BANNING JOHN M. BARKSDALE DR. HUGH BARR MELVILLE BARNES L. A. BAUMAN, JR. DR. W. C. BILBRO JOE R. BLACKWOOD M. BRADFORD MARK BRADFORD, JR. JOE BROADUS DR. L. E. BURCH H. W. 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 JAMES CLAYTON C. W. COOR W. K. COOK DELAMERE COOPER H. M. Cox J. S. COYNER DR. R. S. CURTIS H. D. DALLAS H. D. DALLAS, JR. L. T. DERRYBERRY M. E. DERRYBERRY, J P. L. DERRYBERRY JOHN DEVOE J. B. DICKSON DR. W. C. DIXON ROBERT C. DUNN R. JN. DURY A. D. EDWARDS R. KAPPA ALPHA CHI CHAPTER-Continued. ,I,! I,.,.9 V.. . J FRATRES IN URBE E. E. ELAIN E. P. ENES C. W. FOLK R. E. FOLK E. T. FRAZER J. FULLER WILLIAM A. GUILD VV. H. GUTHRIE L. VV. HARDAGE VV. DL HARDEMAN J. E. HART' C. A. HARWELL R. E. HARWELL S. K. HARWELL HARRY HEDRICK, JR. TANNER HENDRICK J. B. HIEEITS, JR. T. H. HIBBITS C. F. HICKERSON J. B. HUNTER GRANBERRY JOCKSON POWHATAN W. JAMES W. H. JOHNSTON BARTON JONES D. K. JONES EDGAR JONES V. M. JONES R. M. KING E. R. KINNEEREW E. T. KIRKPATRICK SAM KIRKPATRICK J. C. KNOX VV. H. KNOX, JR. B. VV. LANDSTREET, JR. AMOS LEONARD M. S. LEWIS R. H. LYLE J. C. R. MCCALL IJ. H. MCCALL J. T. MCCALL VV. F. MCCALL H. B. MCSWAIN THOMAS H. MALONE C. S. MARTIN, JR. H. VV. MATTHEWS J. F. MEIRS VV. F. MEIRS DR. C. M. MILLER H. B. MORROW JOHN MURPHREE 6 PAGE I6l 0 EDWIN MURRAY O. F. NYE P. F. NYE DR. JOHN OVERTON H. E. PALMER, JR. T. L. PARKER, JR. E. C. PERRY EUGENE PILCHER M. B. PILCHER S. T. PORTER W. R. PORTER D. M. POST VV. H. PRESTON E. A. PRICE A. D. REED J. B. RICHARDSON, JR. JOHN F. RICHARDSON R. M. RICHARDSON M. S. Ross J. M. RYAN E. P. SCALES MASON SCOBEY EDWARD T. SEAY J. VV. SHIPP H. A. SUGGS J. A. SLOAN, JR. W. M. STARNES A. W. STOCKELL, JR. DR. VV. A. SULLIVAN T. C. TANNER J. L. TEMPLETON J. VV. TEMPLETON S. B. TURRENTINE, JR. L. G. WALDROP M. H. WALLACE C. C. VVASHBURN T. G. VVATKINS D. W. WEBB T. I. VVEBB HORACE V. WELLS, J J. B. VVELLS A. VV. WILSON HILIIARD O. VVOOD R. J. WOODS, JR. L. B. XTARBROUGH ,UI ,. f. Q I 1 IN V JF. IIII II I II I I I .IIHI " VV!! f I ,' I ' I 1 I .I I I XITIJ jvf' . IN.- 'I I Lf " 'UV I .3 I L. f I .1 I .I zvyux I J IX XMI J '11 I ' Wiz 7 -IO ! .U I GM III QVD Front Row: C. Trabue, V. Bergen, Walls, McMurray. Roulhac. Cash, Oliver. F. Harvey Second Row: Lipe, Rankom, Fowler, VV. Smith, Love, Akers, Chase Third Row: H. F, Smith, Joy, Cheshire, C. Berson, McClellan Fourth Row: Holloway, Rowland, Freeman, G. Harvey, Therrill, Steves, Turner' Back Row: Washizigton, Weaver, Ingram, Holliday, Holmgreen, Meyers, R. Berson, Elrod, Hull BETA THETA PI il BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER Founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, July, 1839 I dr' nf Bm Lambda chapter established was iii, Ml Colors: Pink and Light Blue Flower: The Rose ji fi l 0 U"i"? flifliii . .iii-,fffff ejfui 'E 0 PAGEI62 0 I2 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CHARLES AKERS, '35 . C. H. BERSON, '33 . CHARLES BERSON, '36 . . Nashville, Tenn. . Brownsville, Tenn. . Brownsville, Tenn. ROBERT C. BERSON, '34 . . . BI-ownsville,.Tenn. RALPH CASH, '36 . . JAMES B. CHASE, '33 . JAMES ROSS CI-IESHIRE, ' TOM CRAVEN, '36 . . CECIL ELROD, '36 . . . . Princeton, Ky. . . . Nashville, Tenn. 34 .... Atlanta, Ga. . . . . St. Louis, MO. . . MI11'freesbOro, Tenn. BEN FOVVLER, JR., '35 . .... Gallatin, Tenn. B. H. FREEMAN, JR., '34 . . San Antonio, Tex. CLARK GILES, '36 . . . . .Nashville, Tenn. AVERY HANDLY, JR., '34 . . . Nashville, Tenn. F. D. HARVEY, JR., '34 .... Memphis, Tenn. GEORGE HARVEY, JR., '35 . . . Canton, Miss. W. B. PIINES, '36 . . JAMES C. HOl.IDAH', '34 JOHN HOLLOWAY, '36 . . . . Nashville, Tenn. . . . Greenville, S. C. . . . Nashville, Tenn. WRATHER HOLMGREEN, '35 . San Antonio, Tex. CHARLES H. HULL, '34 GEORGE INGRAM, '36 . THOMAS JOY, '35 . . JAMES JOHNSTON, '34 . . . . Memphis, Tenn. . . . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . . Spring Hill, Tenn. RATERNITY PHILIP KERR, '35 . J. T. LIPE, '33 . . . JAMES R. LOVE, '35 . RICHARD MARTIN, '33 . WILLIAM H. MEYERS, ' C. MCCLELLAN, '34 . S. M. MCMURRAY, JR., . Humboldt, Tenn . . Little Rock, Ark. . Nashville, Tenn . . .Nashville, Tenn 35 . . .Savannah, Ga Red Boiling Spgs., Tenn '33 . . . Smyrna, Tenn H. A. OLIVER, JR., '33 .... Nashville, Tenn GEORGE E. PRYOR, JR., GEORGE ROULHAC, '36 . '33 . . .StamfOrd, Tex. . . Florence, Ala J. VV. ROWLAND, '36 . HANDLEI' SAYERS, '35 . H. F. SMITH, '35 . . VVILLIAM SMITH, '36 . DAVID P. STEVES, '35 . J. E. THERRELL, '34 . . CHARLES 'IlRABUE, '33 . H. F. TURNER, JR., '34 R. D. VVALLS, '36 . . O. VVASHINGTON, JR., '35 . . . 'O PAGEI63 0 fx ' EX. l X. xx ix ix 'x Nashville, Tenn Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. San Antonio, Tex. . Aberdeen, Miss. Nashville, Tenn. . Paducah, Ky. Memphis, Tenn. Nashville, TenII. . l .I , I , rl I II I l ' ,.I,I,,II . A l 'I 'F I IQ 4 ,I 12 ..., ,V I, I-Il I' f I I I ' II Ik , V, f . I ,. ,- 5 l ,I A ji ,l IK J I I f I. lllil il W, i',lg!' elf' ,L BETA TH ETA PI BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER-Continued. C FRATRES IN FACULTATE W H SCHUERMAN, C.E. ..... .. - ....... Dean Engineering Sclzool W. C. REcKLEss, M.A., Ph.D. . . . . . . . . Assistant Professor Sociology T. W. Sci-ILATER, B.A., LLB. . . . Lecturer Medical Jurisprudence JOHN C. BURCH, M.D. . . . . . . Instructor in Gynecology EUGENE BUFFINGTON, B.A. , . . . Member of Board of Trust THEODORE MORFORD, M.D. . . . Asriricuzt in Clinical Obstetrics Beta Theta Pi, first of the Miami Triad, was founded at Miami University, Oxford, Qhio, in 1839, and was the first social fraternity founded west of the Alleghenies. It was also the second fraternity to have a VVestern chapter. John Reilly Knox was the moving spirit be- hind the early activities of Beta Theta Pi and was largely responsible for its founding. The'i'itu.al was also largely his Work. The Civil War caused many Southern chapters of this fraternity to become inactive, but in practically every case these chapters have been restored in the new Southern expansion program of Beta Theta Pi. Beta Lambda chapter celebrates the 50th anniversary of its founding in 1883. During this anniversary year of 1933 the chapter has been out- standing in campus activities, for during the past year the Betas have won the freshman and upperclassman cross-country runs, the relay meet, and have been well represented on the various publications and student activities. Beta athletes Wear letters of four varsity sports and are espe- cially strong in track and tennis. Fourteen new men have been added to the chapter enrollment this year, bringing the total to the usual forty members, 0 PAGE I64 0 BETA THETA PI BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER-Continued. JOHN M. BARBEE J. Y. BARBEE GEORGE F. BLACKIE WILLIAM M. BLACKIE LEO L. BOLES ALFRED H. BRANHAM HARRY BAIRD BOND JOSEPH W. BYRNS, SR. JOHN C. BURCI-I SAM Y. CALDWELL FRANK I. CHERRY WALTER H. CLARKE JOHN L. CRAIG P. D. CUNNINGHAM FRATRES IN URBE .ROBERT O. DAVIDSON W. L. DAVIES SAMUEL G. DOUGLAS JAMES GEDDES DOUGLAS EARL DUNLAP WILLIAM N. ESTES ALBERT G. EWINGY III S. CECIL EWING VV. H. EVVING ROBERT H. FITE STRATTON FOSTER WILLIAM F. FRY, JR. WILLIAM F. FRY, SR. VVALKER H. GILL ROBERT D. GOODLETI GLENN R. GRANT K. C. HARDCASTLE, JR. D. T. HARRIS FISHER HAWES ROBERT R. HAWES MARTIN A. HAYES J. M. HOUGLAND A. M. HOPKINS GERALD B. HOWARD LELAND HUME TED JACOB GEORGE KILLEBREW VVILLIAM C. MASON ALEX MCCLAIN ENLOE MCCLAIN CHARLES MCLAUGHLIN TLIEODORE MORFORD LESLIE M. NELSON BEN H. NICHOLSON SAMUEL F. PICKERING J. M. PEEBLES C. S. POWELL ROBT. L. PROCTOR, JR. ROBERT C. PROVINE JAMES S. READ W. C. RECKLES THOMAS VV. SCHLATER DR. NAT SHOEFNER HENRY E. SMITH ROBERT W. SMITH JOHN TEAS VVILL TEMPLE E. VV. THOMPSON ROBERT F. THOMPSON CHARLES C. TRABUE THOMAS M. TRABUE J. E. TREANOR LAURENCE L. TREANOR ROBERT TRULL W. H. VAUGHAN FRANCIS VVARFIELD FRANK WEILAND CARTER L. WILSON DR. JACK WITIIERSPOON C. P. VVOODWARD ELLERY C. WORKMAN CLARENCE C. YOUNG U PAGE 165 0 J I. f J I , A Y II I HJ Tj? Eff , , III: 1 I' J' IX I' YJ I' J' ,I BMI fwfff I L -Wm. ,f X J f 'lr II' IIS 'J I-I JU I I Nxxlx! I . If. I Q ff K, 41 ILT rl' .vI4I!'? I Im If GM B1 OWU Front Row: Berkoffggayers, Clark, Wilkerson, Hawthorne, O. Jones Second Row: Wage11e1', Sandige. Dodd, M. Jones, Spivey, Smelser Third Row: Dickinson, Sappington, Br-ubake,r Overly, Lipscomb, Shanklin, Throgmorton TH CHI PHI ALPHA PI CHAPTER Founded at Princeton, December 24, 1824 Alpha Pi Chapter established 1883 Colors: Scarlet and Blue Flower: Grape Vine fSymholj Ei ! is? r 13' IL: ' 'las-F -.H ip nit 3.53 ' 492, 9 PAGE I66 0 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE GEORGE A. BERKO, '34 . . J. VV. BLACK, '34 .... BYRON E. BRUBAKER, '34 , DAVIS A. CLARK, '33 . . . M. VV. COLLINS, '35 . . LEO DICKINSON, '35 . J. VV. DODD, '35 . . CARL EARL, '36 .... DUDLEY D. HAW'I'PIORNE, 133 J. H. M. JONES, '34 . . . OVVEN M. JONES, '34 . . J. P. LIPSCOMB, '36 . . J. R. MCILLWIXINE, '33 . H. G. OVERLY, '36 .... JOHN C. SANDRIDGE, '34 , THOMAS SAPPINGTON, '35 . R. E. SHANKLIN, '36 . . . BERT SPIVEY, '35 .' . . . RANNIE TIIROGMORTON, '36 F. VV. VVAGENER, '36 . . . RUPERT VVILKERSON, '35 . . New York, N. Y. . . Nashville, Tenn. . .-Greenfield, Ohio . . Sweetwater, Texas . . Charleston, S. C. . . Ashland, Ky. Ohio . . Louisville, Ky. . .Cincinnati, Dermott, Ark. . . Glen Eel-I-is, W. Va. . . Glen Ferris, VV. Va. . . Shippenshurg, Pa. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . . Ashland, Ky. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Fort Gaines, Ga. . . Ashland, Ky. . . Nashville, Tenn. . Mayfield, Ky. . Brooklyn, N. Y. . Mayfield, Ky. FRATERNIT R. P. BELL J. H. BOONE JOHNSON BRANSFORD VVILBUR K. BRUBAKER VV. E. BUIST J. A. BURROW J. G. CURRY E. E. DAUGI-IER'fY B. H. ENLOE J. F. GREEN FRATRES IN URBE CIIAS. W. HAWKINS J. B. HOWE A. J. LAMAR A. G. LINK DR. E. B. MCALEXAND J. F. MCILWAINE 0. PAGE I67 0 ER Y J. VV. MADDIN, JR H. P. NUNNALLY F. S. PARKER, JR. VV. B. PAUL C. A. SIDVVAY F. A. SULLIVAN JAMES I. VANCE C. B. VVALLACE E. B. WILKINSON HARRY VVINN G36 F1 053 Front Row: Robeasts. Stark, Kane, Lentz, Petty, Robbins, Ford Second Row: Campbell, Mcdlure Jackson, Johnson, Moore, Bayer, Guuee, Barnes Back Row: Cave, Greuley, Little, Curley, McGrath Vadeu, Lacy. Ausmus. Geny. J. C, Roberts, Peebles Sitting on Left: Gracey Sitting on Right: Shaukletord THE SIGMA NU SIGMA CHAPTER Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1869 sigma Chapter established 1886 C olors: White, Black, and Gold F lower: White Rose cgi? 59 5 . Am 2554- 4 Q5 9, ' PAGEI68 0 l FRATRES IN FACULTATE JOSEPH W. ALFORD, M.D. ........ ....- A ssislant in Clinical Medirine EDVVARD H. BARKSDALE, M.D. ..... . . . Assiszant Professor of Urology CHARLES B. BROWN, M.A., PH.D. . . - flssisfant Professor of Urology GEORGE R. GAGE, M.S., PH.D. . . -.-.. Professor of Botany LEE J. LOVENTHAL, B.A. ..... . ...... Board of Trust I I WJ, , , ,ml I I l I J U l I 4 l..'1ll'? .Y EUGENE M. ORR, M.D. . . I4ssis1anZ Professor Cliniral Otolaryngology , X"ll V,s' ,il F. C. PASCHAL, M.A., PH.D. . Dean, Col. flrls and Sci., Prof. Psychol. , X , ,, ,J ff ,l CHARLES M. SARRATT, B.A., M.A. ......... Dean of Men 3, M My JOHN M. SAUNDERS, M.D. . . . . Assistant in Pediairics ' 'U' JOHN DONALD VVADE, M.A., PH.D. . . . Professor of English Q Xl ,..-' il JAMES ARIN, '36 . . GEORGE AUSMUS, '36 . B. F. BARNES, '35 . . ROBERT BARRY, '33 . . BRUCE BAYER, '35 . . DAVID S. BAYER, '33 . JOHN BRAY, ,33 . . FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE . . Franklin, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. River Junction, Fla. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Montgomery, Ala. ROBERTSON CAMPBELL, '35 .... Gary, Ind. JERE CAVE, '36 . . . Caracas, Venezuela VVILLY GENY, '36 . . CLARENCE GRACEY, '33 . HENRY GRENLS', '36 . HARRY GUEEEE, '35 . . BRUCE HENDERSON, '36 TRUETT JACKSON, '35 . JESSE JOHNSON, '35 . NANCE JORDAN, '34 . . VVARD KANE, '33 . . RAYMOND CONSLEY, '33 .... Helena, Ark. PETE CURLEY, '36 ..... Nashville, Tenn. HUGH B. DISHAROON, '33 . . . Shawmut, Ala. FRATERNITY NED D. LENTZ, '33 . H. T. LEVINE, '36 . . BAYLISS LITTLE, '36 . FRANK LORD, '3s, . . . EWELL MCCLURE, '35 . HOWARD MCGAW, '33 . THOMAS MCGRATI-I, '36 TOM MOORE, '35 . . . JOSEPH C. MYERS, '33 . A. I. lViYl-IR, '33 . . PAUL O'KAIN, '35 . . BOTSY PEARSON, '36 . St. Petersburg, Fla. . Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . . .Nashville, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Bellevue, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . New Orleans, La. CLAIBORNE KINNARD, '34 CHANCELOR LACY, '36 . ROLAND LAMB, '33 . . ARNOLD PEEBLES, '36 . FARLAND ROBBINS, '33 . J. C. ROBERTS, '34, . . JOE ROBERTS, '34, . . NELSON ROBINSON, '34, . B. SHACKLEFORD, '33 . HAXRRX' STARK, '34 . MARION TALLEY, '33 . HARRIS TA'I'E, '33 . . . Nashville, Tenn . Franklin, Tenn . Memphis, Tenn . Franklin, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Montgomery, Ala . Nashville, Tenn . . Franklin, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . . . Franklin, Tenn. Mt. Pleasant, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn. . Columbia, Tenn . Mayfield, Ky . . Sherman, Tex. . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn Mt. Pleasant, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Petersburg, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn SAMUEL E. UPCI-IURCH, '33 . . . Clanton, Ala JOHN VADEN, '36 ...... Franklin, Tenn 0 PAGEI69 0 ll Ll CTNQ E21 053 Front Row: ':M0ore. VVest, Whalle3', Cloys, Holt. Waters Second Row: Strayllorn, Hill, Shuey, Beasley, Hendesron Third ROW: Powell, Hudson, Lackey, Wfattles, Evans, Hazelhurst, Peery, Phillips, Buchi Top Row: Cook, McKay, Anthony, Booker, Skidmoore, Bentley, Noel, Tomlin, Dickson ALPHA TAU OMEGA BETA PI CHAPTER Founded September 11, 1865, at Richmond, Virginia Beta Pi Chapter established October 19, 1889 Colors: Old Gold and Sky Blue Flower: White Tea Rose ' PAGE 170 9 F FRATRES IN FACULTATE R. W. BILLINGTON . . . . . -. . . . CLIFFORD BLITCI-I .... DONALD DAVIDSON . . GERALD HENDERSON . . . LEON LANIER . . I I . . . . . . . .Professor Clinic Surgery . . . .Assistant Clinic Medicine . Assistant Professor English , . . . .Business Manager . . Assistant Professor Clinic Dermatology R. E. SULLIVAN . , . Associale Professor Clinic Opth. and Otol. R. J. VVARNER . . . Q . . . Assistant Clinic Opth. and Otol. VV. W. WILKERSON, JR. . . . Assistant Clinic Opth. and Otol. F RATRES IN UNIVERSITATE RUSSEL ANTHONY, '35 . . . Macon, Ga. JAMES E. BEASLEY, '33 . . . . Athens, Ga. GEORGE BENTLEY, '36 . . . Nashville, Tenn. JOE BOOKER, '36 . . . . Nashville, Term. HAROLD BUCHI, '36 . . . . Nashville, Tenn. GEORGE CLOYS, 133 . . . Union City, Tenn. MILTON COOK, '35 . . . . Nashville, Tenn. ROLLIN DANIEL, '33 . . . Old Hickory, Tenn. EDWARD B. DAWSON, ,34 . . Birmingham, Ala. RAND DIXON, '36 ..... Nashville, Tenn. GILES EVANS, '36 . . . . Nashville, Tenn. DERRELL HAZLEHURST', '35 . . Nashville, Tenn. THOMAS HENDERSON, 133 . . . Franklin, Tenn. GEORGE HILL, '35 ..... Nashville, Tenn. PARKER HOLT, '33 ..... Tullahoma, Tenn. LEONARD HOPKINS, ,33 . . . Nashville, Tenn. FRANK HUDSON, '36 . I. G. LAGKEY, '36 . . ALBER MCKAY, '34 . OSCAR NOEL, ,3S . . JAMES PEERY, '35 . TY VVENDELL PHILLIPS, ,34 JOI-IN POLK, '35 . . . HAGAN POWELL, '34 . R. H. SHUEY, '34, . . DOUGLAS SKIDMORE, '36 EUGENE STRAYHORN, '35 VIRGIL TOMLIN, '36 . HUGH VVATERS, '33 . . . VVALTER VVATILES, '36 BEN VVEST, ,34 . . . EDWARD WHALLEY, '34 9 PAGEI7l 0 . . Newman, Ga. . Nashville, Tenn. . .Macon, Ga. . Nashville, Tenn. Union City, Tenn. . Nashville, Nashville, . Pulaski, . Berkeley, . Nashville, Nashville, . Lebanon, Nashville, . Nashville, Nashville, Nashville, Tenn. Tenn. Tenn Calif Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn fi I R, , ,. 1 fl I l fl . XI! ,f I I I l ,II , I AIX I 5 , V, , ,I ,, ll I ll iI'l,-'J NIU ,fff ,, fffjgrv .- ,ll 'J .Lf ALPHA TAU OMEGA J. H. ACKLEN BUSTER ANDREWS J. R. AUST VV. M. BAILEY ISAAC BALL, JR. VV. M. BALL J. R. BANDY R. W. BILLINGTON W. L. BLAIR L. V. BOXWELL R. R. BOULT HARRIS BROWN T. C. BUNTIN VV. L. CALDWELL FRATRES IN URBE A. L. CI-IILDRESS E. G. CLARK D. M. CLEMENTS A. R. CRAWFORD JOHN DANIEL DONALD DAVIDSON J. R. DAWSON J. J. DIDCOCT N. C. ELAM P. S. GILMAN FRANK GOAR G. D. HENDERSON CHRIS HOPKINS B. B. HORNER R. W. JONES T. G. KAIN R. B. KAY DAVID C. KELLY PERCY KINNARD L. M. LANIER LUKE LEA LUKE LEA, JR. PERCY LEA R. Q. LEDYARD ROBERT LUSK H. H. MCALISTER, JR R. E. MCTIGUE W. P. MILAN A. Y. MOORE C. O. RHEA B. P. MOORE B. W. RICHTER P. C. MOORE LALLIE RICHTER F. A. MOSES T. M. ROBINSON, JR J. C. MOULDER HARRY R. SANDERS A. B. NEIL HENRY R. SANDERS VV. S. NOBLE R. L. SCI-IMID I. A. NUNN J. B. SCOBY J. W. PERRY J. VV. SHACKFORD J. VV. PERRY, JR. CECIL SIMS G. H. RATTERMAN J. C. SPARKS J. G. STEPHENSON GEORGE STOVES R. E. SULLIVAN JOHN THOMPSON, III H. S. WAKEFIELD BRADLEY WALKER M. E. WARD J. W. WARNER, JR. R. J. WARNER R. N. VVATTS VV. D. WEATHEREORD VV. VV. VVILKERSON 9 PAG-E172 0 fs? ., I 1 If-sz. 5 ' I Top Row: Markle, Schulman. .-Xltschuler, Shargel Rosenbloom Second Row: Matisnn, Klott, Heimovitz, Binder Bottom: Farber, Ehrman, Tenenbaum, Kottler, Komisar Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity was founded at New York University on November 7, 1913. The Tau chapter at Vanderbilt University was founded on June 9, 1929. ALPHA MORRIS ALTSCHULER, '34 . . Ridgewood, N. Y. RALPH BINDER, '34, . .... Nashville, Tetnn. MORTIMER H. EHRMAN, '33 . Cedarhurst, N. Y. LEON FERBER, '33 ...., Nashville, Tenn. SIDNEY L. HEIIvIovITz, '35 . New Haven, Conn. ISADORE KLOTT, '35 ..... Nashville, Tenn. ABE DAVIS Colors: Royal Blue and Gold. 1 Rx 'Ns' 5 N wx EPSILON PI REUBEN KOMISAR, '33 . DANIEL MATISON, '36 . . LEONARD RosENBI.ooM, '33 SOL SCHULMAN,!35 . . . MOE SCHARGEL, 335 . . OSCAR TENENBAUM, '34, . FRATRES IN URBE Nashville, Tetnn Nashville, Tenn. New York, N. Y. Nashville, Tenn . Brooklyn, N. Y. New York, N. Y. ABE CORENSWIEAT I. R. SCHULMAN MORRIS DAVIS FRANK WISE 'U PAGE l73 0 l if III llz ,X ,V,v 'V lui X' il ii xligla., -Qi ' file ., y , -x II Q, Eff. K' ii, .jiriilfxxg 'A xi fy f fi NN. NI. , , , vw R, I. N 'i 'I fi I fa, --lfl-5' 1' 1 li 2:-. ' ' J l I' J ll X ', 'NQ XA If H: - ',c.., . H, .,, . ..', ,L x NIM 7' I ni-5 ' X ,ff f, X, X X. xl!!! X f fr. HV' I Wx . I N 'Xiiliffh A , " ff . 1,414 C3163 f ll f ff FX fy! NNI i- as "-S Q W e : GV F1 Of? First Row: Carneylf Willian1s, Clopp, Burks, Carter, Didcoct, Kennedy Second Row: Rand, Johnsozf. Hambrick, Cunningham. Fonda, Huggins, Miller. Moorman Third Row: Tl1ur'ston, Shull, Orman, Stubbins, Sullivan, Campbell, XVood Fourth Row: Short, Claffey, Stephenson, Cornelius, Estes, Byars DELTA KAPPA EPSILON if i GAMMA CHAPTER ful ff 'i .:" ' ,I X Hu . 1 Founded at Yale, 1844 QM: Gamma Chapter established 1847 fUniversity of Nashvillej 1 XI Re-established 1889 - , Colors: Azure, Gules, and Or Flower: The Pansy 1 ' Q1 9 PAGE I74 0 FRATRES IN FACULTATE HORTON R. CASPARIS, M.D. ..,......... Professor of Pediairics BRYANT COOPER, M.A. . . . . . Professor of Psyrlzology HARRY DRAKE, M.D. .... . Professor of Medicine WILLIAM M. FLEMING, PI-I.D. . ...... Barferiology Alssislanz C. H. HAMILTON, M.D. . . . . Alssocizzte Professor of Dermatology CHRIS MCCLURE .... ....... P rofessor of X-Ray EDWIN MIMS, PH.D. . . . Hood of English Drpartfnmzl DAVID R. PICKENS . . FRATRES IN UNIVE RSITATE JACK BYERS, '36 .... J. L. CAMPBELL, JR., '35 . C. S. CARNEY, '33 . . . BURT CARTER, 133 . . HAL CLAFFEY, '36 . . R. G. CLAPP, '33 , . . CHARLES CORNELIUS, '36 . SAM COWAN, '34 . . . WILLIAM CUNNINOHAM. '34 . WILLIAM DIDCOCT, ,33 . G. B. DUNCAN, '33 . . CLAUDE ESTES, '36 . . WILLIAM FONDE, ,34 . COMES FORT, '33 '. . MERRIT GOETZ, '36 . . - T. C. HAMERICR, '34 . . HAROLD HUOGINS, '34 . . FRED HUME, ,34 . . . Professor of Proflology . . .R0me,Ga. . Spartanburg, S. C. . . Ripley, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Memphis, Tenn. . . Paducah, Ky, . Nashville, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Brooksville, Miss. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . Birmingham, Ala. . . . Mobile, Ala. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Spring Hill, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . . St. Louis, Mo. FRATERNITY EUGENE JOHNSON, ,34 . LEE JOHNSON, '33 . . B. R. KENNEDY', '33 . DICK LINDSAY, '34 . . MARVIN MILLER, '34 . ROBERT MOORMAN, '34 . . NORFLEET RAND, Y34. . . SPENCER ROBINSON, '36 . THOMAS SHORT, '36 . . . HARRISON J. SHULL, '33 . C. C. STEPHENSON, '36 . SAM G. STUBBINS, '35 . HARDY' SULLIVAN, '35 . . DONALD L. TIIURSTON, '34 VV. O. VAUGI-IAN, ,33 . . PRESLEY A. WILLIAMS, '33 TORREH' S. VVOOD, '35 . v PAGEI75 0 . . Monroe, La. . . Dallas, Texas . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . . . Mobile, Ala. . . Huntsville, Ala. . . St. Louis, MO. . . St. Louis, Mo. . Spring Hill, Tenn. . . .Nashville, Tenn. . Holly Springs, Miss. . . Birmingham, Ala. . . VVinter Haven, Fla. . . . St. Louis, Mo. . . Mayfield, Ky. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Hollanclale, Miss. 1 GPNVQ- B1 m Fx-out Row: Peck, Pe-miles, Trabue, King, Morehead, Albers, Newton, D. Roberts Second Row: Crockett, Suhrheizirich, Pierce, Bouchard, XVho1'ley, Hofsteacl, Grigsby, Parker Third Row: Miles, Beck. Douglas, Delaney, C. Noell, Turner, Neil, Vlfaliefleld Back Row: Dudley, Lipscomb, R. Noell, Hutchison, E. Roberts, Patterson, Bethurum TH ff P. li 1' F V ALPHA PSI CHAPTER ,f F ,.,, Founded at Miami University, 1855 N lx il fi! Ill lm ,lg M Alpha Psi Chapter established 1891 XS. 1. gj,,f'fl,lflli, 1 yi ,,.l , Colors: Blue and Gold Flower: White Rose 'li ll ly .' 1 9 PAGE I76 0 E SIGMA CHI 0WD exft It X .53 ' XR Qxr , 'Hrs . ., I' .. -i . . -, -I ., II .J .I-,, N ,A K' ' liz Q 1.A ,X I In FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE JOI-IN ALBERS, '33 . . . . Nashville, Tenn. OSGOOD ANDERSON, '36 . . Vlfilliamsport, Tenn. EUGENE BECK, '35 . . . REID BETHURUM, '36 . . JACK BOUCI-IARD, '34 . . FRANCIS CROCKETT, '35 . CHASE DELONEY, '35 . . HAMILTON DOUGLAS, '36 BUN DUDLEY, '36 . . . BROWN GRIGSBY, '35 . JAMES HOFSTEAD, '35 . . VVILLIAM HUTCHESON, '36 CLAUDE D. JOHNSON, '33 RICHARD KING, '33 . . THOMAS LANIER, '34 . . CHARLES LEYENDECKER, '33 . SWIFT LIPSCOMB, '36 . . WILLIAM MILES, '34 . . WILLIAM MOREHEAD, '33 WALTER NEIL, '34 . . . HARRY NEWTON, '33 . . . CHARLES NOELL, '35 . . . Erwin, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Russellville, Ala. . . Atlanta, G1 . Nashville, Tenn . . Oneota, N.. Y. . . Jackson, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . . .Brundidge, Ala . Okolona, Miss . Nashville, Tenn . . .VVaco,Tex. . Nashville, Tenn Springfield, Tenn . . Chicago, Ill . Newberry, S. C. Weatherford, Tex . Covington, Tenn FRATERNITY ROBERT NOELL, '36 . DOUGLAS ODELL, '33 . JOE PARKER, '36 . . . ROBERT PATTERSON, '35 . HERBERT PECK, '33 . . JAMES PEOPLES, JR., '33 . GEORGE PIERCE, '34 . . ERB ROBERTS, '36 . . . WILLIAM ROBERTS, 33 . CHARLES ROBINS, '36 . . . Covington, Tenn . Montclair, N. I . Nashville, Tenn . . Houston, Tex. Springheld, Tenn . Buncome, N. C . . Decatur, Ill . McMinnville, Tenn . McMinnville, Tenn . . Gallatin, Tenn PAUL SIMPSON, '33 . . GENE SMITH, '33 . . . W. H. SUI-IRI-IEINRICI-I, '34 LAWRENCE TRABUE, '33 . FENNELL TURNER, '35 . . . Nashville, Tenn Nashville, Tenn , Evansville, Ind Nashville, Tenn New York, N. Y MASSEY VVAKEFIELD, '36 . . . Nashville, Tenn JAMES VVARD, '35 . . . WILSON WARD, '33 . ROBERT WHORLEY, '34 . . . D. WILLOCK, '34 . . 9 PAGE I77 0 . Amarillo, Tex . Amarillo, Tex. . Nashville, Tenn Nashville, Tenn . ,l 'Cl M. I VX I ' il lf fl jf' I" 'll Vi' fi Il I' ll 1 I 1 Iwi' IX ,X XX , I J 'All I' . I A, . ll IM' . lm f xl ' lf RN f' iii I I Xl W X Qlii' ff? eflw 1 O lv SIGMA CHI ALPHA PS1 CHAPTER-Continued. Q FRATRES IN FACULTATE THOMAS CARTER, M.A., PI-LD. ....... Profersor of Greek Exigesis in School of Religion VV. P. CONNELL, B.S., M.S. .... ....,. M amber of Board of Trust THOMAS M. WoooARn, M.A. . . - - Instructor in Biology W. S. LEATHERS, M.D. ......... Dean of Medical School CLARENCE CONNELL, B.E. . . . Suprrintenderzt of Vanderbilt Hospital ALFRED BLALOCK, M.D. .......... Inxtructor in Surgery JAMES OVERALL, M.D. . . . Inrtrztrtor in Pediatrics RALPH KNU1'TE, M.D. . . - Insrtuctor in Pathology F. H. TURNER, . . - . Alumni Secretary F O Sigma Chi was the third of the hliami Triad founded at Miami Uni- versity, Oxford, Ohio, in 1855. In 1857 a division in the fraternity arose, and out of this resulted Sigma Phi, which soon went out of exist- ence. During and immediately after the Civil War all of the Southern chapters of Sigma Chi ceased to exist, but the large majority of these have been re-established. At the present time a preponderance of the chapters of Sigma Chi are located in the North. 9 PAGE I78 0 R. L. ALEXANDER ALBERT ALEXANDER JOHN AMBROSE SUMPTER ANDERSON GEORGE ARMISTEAD PARRES ARMIST'EAD WILLIAM BEASLEY CHARLES BELL RADER BELL W. A. BENSON D. B. BLAKEMORE J. G. BLAKEMCRE VV. A. BLANTON E. BROCKLEBANK DOSWELL P. BROWN JOS. G. CAMPBELL H. H. CARTWRIOI-IT J. M. CATE E. B. CHAPPELL, JR. JOHN CHAPMAN C. B. CONNELL ROBERT CREIGHTON SIGMA CHI ALPHA PSI CHAPTER-COHfiHuEd. Fixx . ..y. FRATRES IN URBE VVILBUR CREIGHTON HARBEN DANIELS VV. VV. DILLON, JR. CHARLES DUNBAR, JR. JAMES S. DUNBAR HARRX' DYER H. H. EARTHMAN ROBERT EWING ANDREW FANT R. A. FIELDS L. B. FITE VVILLIAM FITZGERALD C. A. FLANNERY FAE FISK JAMES S. FRAZIER G. A. VV. FRAZIER CHARLES FULLER HORACE GAYDEN DAVID GLENN JACK GODWIN E. W. GRAHAM C. A. HALL R. M. HALL, SR. HUMPHREX' H.ARDISON L. L. HOLLINS ROBINSON 'HOUSTON P. D. HOUSTON, JR. PAUL HUSSEY ROBERT HUNT CHARLES H. JOHNSON FRANK JOHNSON C. W. JONES LEONARD KIRKES SARTAIN LANIER M. D. LEAVELL ROBERT MALLERNEE DON MCEWEN CHARLES A. MCINTUREE DAVID L. MCQUIDDY IRA MATTHEWS PURYEAR MIMS MERRILL MOORE OWEN MORRIS R. O. NORVELL W. E. NORVELL JAMES OLIVER BRUCE OVERTON IRA PARKER FERRILL PARKER A. B. PASCHALL MALCOLM PICKETT JOHN PICTON VV. S. PORTER EDWIN POTTER JUSTIN POTTER JOE PURYEAR R. B. PURYEAR W. S. PURYEAR CHARLES RAOLAND E. A. ROBERTSON EGBERT VV. SMITH E. B. STAHLMAN 0 PAGE I79 J. G. STAI-ILMAN A. B. STEVENSON J. J. STOEW LOGAN TATE JOHN K. TEAGUE W. C. TEAGUE LEWIS TILLMAN E. J. THORNTON NELSON THORNTON R. W. TURNER VVILEY J. UTZ WILLIAM WADE EDWIN WALSH S. A. VVEAKLEY DEMPSTER VVEAVER M. S. VVIGGINCTON T. A. VVIOCINTON G. M. YARBROUGH, I ' I .. K J- GJ 4 1 . J X! If fi, 1, r'w:vM',! C319 D ' Fornt Row: Hudgins, Sinfquefleld, Godwin, Bowden, Shealy. YVood, Adams. Neuhoff Second Row: Holmalk, Sloan, Smith, Broderick, Clay, Car away. Boswell Back Row: Johnson, Shackleton. Luten, Patterson, Bullington PHI KAPPA PSI TENNESSEE DELTA CHAPTER Founded at Washington and Jefferson College, February 19, 1852 Tennessee Delta Chapter established October Colors: Dark Green and Deep Red , CIW' ' PAGE l8O 9 7, 1901 Flower: Jacq Rose Q Nl FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE JACK ADAh'IS, '36 . TOM BOSXVELL, '36 . . . XVARNER H, BOWDEN, '33 RLELES BOWLAND, '34 . . THOMAS J. BRODERICK, '34 MELEORD BULLINGTON, '34 LEON CARAWAY,i3j . . . ARMISTEAD CLAY, '33 . . ,MARSHALL FUNK, '33 . ALEX GODWIN, '34 . RATE PAUL HUDGINS, '33 . . JOHN NELTHOFFV. '33 . . BEN PATTERSON, '35 . . . GLASGOW REYNOLDS, '33 . JOHN SHACKLETON, '33 . JOSEPH SHEALY, '34 . . J. S. SINQUEFIELD, '34 . . RUSSELL SLOAN, 134 . . VVILLIAM SMITH, '34 . . BEN NVOOD, '36 .... RN 0 PAGEIBI . . Chandler, Okla . . Nashville, Tenn . . lwemphis, Tenn Old Hickory, Tenn . . Nashville Tenn . Nashville Tenn . . Nashville Tenn . . Memphis, Tenn Bowling Green, Ky . . Nashville, Tenn ITY . Union City, . .Nashville . .Nashville . .NaShville, Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Bowling Green, Ky Alexander City, La . . Evergreen, Ala . . Columbia, Tenn . . Nashville, Tenn . . Texarkana, A-rlc PHI KAPPA PSI TENNNESSEE DELTA CHAPTER-Continued. O FRATRES IN FACULTATE DUNCAN EVE, JR., M.D. . ........... Adjunct Professor of Medzczne H. B. SCHERMERHORN, P1-LB., LL.B., LL.M. ..... Professor of Law Phi Kappa Psi wasilmunded at Jefferson College, February 19, 1852, by Charles P. Moore and William H. Letterman. Moore entered the law school of the University of Virginia, and there established the first branch of the fraternity. The parent chapter became almost extinct during the Civil War, due to the enlistment of all but one member, but following the conflict the fraternity continued to Hourish and had enrolled 30 chapters by 1870. In the years to follow the chapters en- rolled were predominantly from the North, but of late years the tendency has been to expand South and West, so that the fraternity is novv rep- resented in all sections of the country. Alumni Associations are organ- ized and actively functioning in the principal cities. 0 PAGEI82 0 ROBERT ARMISTEAD VV. H. ARMISTEAD FRANK A. BERRY RICHARD C. BROWN WILLIAM CARR FELIX R. CHEATHA JOHN T. CHEEK A. B. CLARK, JR. PHI KAPPA PSI TENNESSEE DELTA CHAPTER-COHfiHu6d. FRATRES IN URBE HAROLD CURRY WILLIS DOWELL W. G. DOYLE VV. I. EDWARDS DUNCAN EVE, JR. M PAUL F. EVE, JR. GEORGE GAFFNEY JAMES M. GALLAGHER GUY GILLESPIE ALEX GODWIN, JR J. T. GRANBERRY C. D. GRIMES THOMAS GRINES CORNELIUS HALL PHILIP HARRIS PHIL HARRISON W. W. HAYS CARTER HENDRIX WINSTON CLARKE C. M. HUNT W. A. KELLEY O. W. KUHN W. M. MANN JOE E. MARTIN MAURICE MATTINGLX' R. D. MILLS JOHN B. MORRIS R. S. MORRISON HARRY S. MYERS A. O. PATE D. PAYNE LEE D. PAYNE VV. K. PHILLIPS OTIS RADEBAUGH JOHN B. RANSOM BAILEY RASCOE F. S. REYER J. LACEY REYNOLDS, PIASKELL. RIOHTOR D. P. SEXTON E. D. SLOAN JORDAN STOKES, SR. JORDAN STOKES, III. JR. J. W. STOKES EDWARD SWAIN BOYD TAYLOE J. H. THOMAS, JR. LUTTRELL THOMAS JAMES R. TUPPER GIDEON P. WADE H. E. VVARNER, JR. CHAS. B. WHITWORTH D. W. WILEY T. J. VVYNNE 0 PAGE I83 0 G30 - D1 bf? Front Row: Wilkes, Pitman, Nelson? Tucker, Vandergrift, Sample. Mack, Cayce, Clark, Mason, Carloss Second Row: Polk, Paris? Newsome. Moore, Brurnmit, Baker, VVarner, Hoskins Third Row: Grivan. McNamee, Malone, Turner, Lawshe, Owen Standing: Travis. Robinson, Allen, Evins, Endsley, Hendricks. Cook. J. Mason, Edwards PHI KAPPA SIGMA ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER Founded at University of Pennsylvania, 1850 Alpha Iota Chapter established 1902 Colors: Blacks and Gold Flower: Chrysanthemum fps, - PAGE na-1 0 1 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE L. PAUL ALLEN, ,33 . . JAMES BAKER, '35 . . . CHESTER BRUMMET, '35 . lViA'l"I' CARLOSS, '36 . . RICHARD CLARK, '36 . WILLIAM N. COOK, ,33 . G. AUSTIN EDWARDS, JR., C. R. ENDSLEY, JR., '33 . PAT ESTES, '33 . . . JOE L. EVINS, '33 . . WILLIAM A. GIVAN, '34 LEON C. HOSKINS, '33 . ERSKINE W. KLYCE, '34, WILLIAM R. LAWSI-IE, '34, . . . Belmont, Miss. . Madisonville, Tenn. . . Middlesboro, Ky. . . Lebanon, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Franklin, Tenn. '33 . Van Wert, Ohio . Sweetwater, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . , Smithville, Tenn. . . . Liberty, Tenn. . . . Pineville, Ky. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . . . .DeII,ArR. LEONIDAS MACK, '36 ,... Nashville, Tenn. WILLIAM F. MALONE, '34 . . Nashville, Tenn. J. T. MASON, '33 . . . . McMinnville, Tenn. H. G. MCNAMEE, '33 . . Grand Junction, Tenn. STANFORD MOORE, '35 . HARRY NELSON, '36 . FRATE HENRY M. OWEN, JR., ,34 . WINBURN M. PARIS, JR., 134, PAUL PERRY, '35 .... FRANK PITTMAN, '36 . . . WINII-'RED D. POLK, 133 . . S. PHILLIPS ROBINSON, ,33 . JACK SAMPLE, '3 6 .... . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Newport, Ark. . Greensboro, N. C. . Dickson, Tenn. . Greenville, Miss. . . Corning, Ark. . Blythe-ville, Ark. . Nashville, Tenn. H TY EARNEST L. SPAIN, ,33 MASON F. TRAVIS, ,34 . R. PHILLIPS TURNER, '34 EUGENE VANDEGRIFT, '36 L. A. WARNER, '35 . . JOHN WILKES, '36 . 'v PAGE Iss 0 Nashville, Tenn. . Hickman, Ky. Smithville, Tenn. VVILLIAM TUCKER, '36 . . . . . .Nashville, Tenn. Dyersburg, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. . Durant, Miss. .. II . .. .IIQ l ,f I, I . . ,l l I I l L, i'I ,ffl E, ,U ,I ,X Il I Ii, I I f I l :I pl I Ly! .h I I I X, 1 ,f I, li ' . ' I. I I . JI I 'II ll l ' Q I ,,' If I, A If 1 l Illb , , x, ,lI fr, lf, LQ .ff ,J le I O iff I if X, . PHI KAPPA SIGMA ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER-Continued. 0 FRATRES IN FACULTATE SAM C. COWAN, M.D. . . . .....,,... Professor of Obstetrics JOHN NOKES, M.D. , . . . . . . Assoriaze Professor of Obsletrics I. M. JOHLIN, M.D. . . . flssociale Professor of Bio-chemistry I x. P Phi Kappa Sigma was founded in 1850, at the university of Pennsylvania. Founded upon conservative principles, the national organization has endeavored to follow this ideal, by restricting the granting of charters only to those organizations affiliated with the larger or the more prominent universities. The national fraternity has also attempted to ineulcate the ideal of a relatively small, co- hesive group in the individual chapters. Alpha Iota chapter at Van- derbilt University was founded in 1902. 9 PAGEI86 0 PHI KAPPA SIGMA ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER-CO71liT11l6d. FRATRES IN URBE CHARLES ARERS CLARK AKERS ROY W. BLACK FRANCIS W. BLANKENSIIIP DR. R. BOYD BOGLE MILLER BRANNON DR. J. L. BRYAN DR. SAM COWAN L. R. CURREY, JR. J. E. DUNN ERNEST DUPONT AMOS L. ESWARDS DR. 'ROY O. ELAM P. M. ESTIS FRANK FAKRIS BEN GAMBILL JAMES HAINSWORTH THOMAS L. HARRIS JOE HART CALE P. HAUN I. V. HENDERER C. A. HORNER, JR. WILL HUOOINS TATE HUOGINS JAMES M. JENNINGS DR. J. M. JOHLIN JAMES H. KIRTLEY .I I. ..I ALFRED T. LEVINE VVENDELL H. LEVINE FRANK MADDUX ROY A. MILES GUS MILLER W. H. MITCHUM REV. A. J. MORGAN XVILLIAM L. NEWSOM DR. J. N. NOKES Di. O. A. OLIVER JOHN R. OVERALL GILBERT PARKER CARROLL REED ROBERT REED S. PHILLIPS ROBINSON DAVID L. SCOTT JUDGE GUILD SMITH ERNEST L. SPAIN DR. P. D. SRYGLEY PROE. HUBBARD SKYGLEY TROSDALE TERRY BANKS TURNER DR. JAMES J. VAGHN D. R. WADE JAMES E. WARD VV. E. WARD, JR. DR. PARL VVARNER BOB H. VVHITE ALBERT S. WILLIAMS T. V. WOODRINO P. L. WOODWARD DR. G. M. ZUCARELLO 9 PAGE l87 0 .A I III 'II II. I I1 f II II .f I III I I. I I .I .I II N 51, IIDf .'I. I" J C36 ICI 0fD First Row: XVeil. Rxosenfeld, Adler, Abraham, Rosenthal, Rosen. Bissinger Second Row: Blum, Loventhal, Samuels, Simon, Scott, Ghertner Third Row: Kornman, Mayer, Rosenbloom, Levinson, Kalmou, Small ZETA BETA TAU ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER Founded, 1898, College of New York QC. C. N. YJ Colors: Blue and White Flower: fNoneQ 'Dil 1 Mft 0 1 12' ,5f'lil3., .ov :gm :ilk "pli- QV Qdfjblh ,li W!- . Atl. 2. . v..,' . P 9 PAGE 188 ' FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE JOE ABRAMS, 133 . . . MORRIS ADLER, ,33 . . PRESTON BISSINOER, ,34 . ROBERT BLUM, '36 . . . HENRY FRANKLIN, ,33 . ALVIN GHERTNER, '36 . JACK HARRIS, ,33 . . EDMOND KALMON, '36 . MELVIN KORNMAN, '36 . HERMAN LEVINSON, '36 . SAMUEL LOVENTI-IAL, '36 . LOUIS LOVVENSTEIN, '33 . SOI. LOWENSTEIN, JR., '33 IVAN MAi'ER, '36 . . . LEON ROSEN, '34 .... IRVING ROSENBLOOM, '36 . LOUIS ROSENFELD, ,33 . . ROBERT ROSENTHAL, '33 . SEYMOUR SAMUELS, JR., '33 LEONARD SCOTT, '34 . , SAMUEL SIMON, '34 . JEROME SMALL, '36 . . L. J. SPITZ, ,33 .' . SAMUEL SPITZ, ,33 . . ROBERT WEILL, '33 . . . RICHARD WORT1-IEIM ER, '3 3 . Huntsville, Ala. . .Albany, Ga. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . . .Albany, Ga. . Nashville, Tenn. . . Pulaski, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Lake Charles, La. . . . Dora, Ala. . . Jackson, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Cincinnati, Ohio . Nashville, Tenn. . Greenwood, Miss. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. . Cumberland, Ma. FRATERNITY FRATER IN FACULTATE DR. ALVIN E. KELLER, School of Medicine ROLLAND ABRAHAMS ELMER COHEN SYLVAIN FISHMAN JOHN FRANKLIN HOMER JONAS SAMUEL JOSEPH MANUEL ESKIND FRATRES IN URBE MORTON LEBECK HORACE LEVY MARTIN LOVENTHAL 9 PAGEI89 0 JULIUS LOWENSTEIN IRA LUSKY DAN MAY JOE MORSE MORRIS SCIIWARTZ ALFRED STARR ALLEN ZIBART 11' 1- 1 EZ ' C34 Y B1 Y First Row: Tarpley, C1'0XV116'E6l', Kelley, Blount, Bethel. Pardue, Tauksley, Duke, Ylfright Serorid Row: Frazier, R. Jetvr, Oliver, Din-ks, Guytou, Moorer, Gilbert, XVoodruff Third Row: Drumright, XV?LttS, Upshur, Etheridge, Eaton, Jack Jeter, Cooper Fourth Row: Butler, Gower, Phelps XN'ilkinson, Fickes, Ellis Back Row: Pickering King, Dobbins. Brown, Dai ton Pl KAPPA ALPHA ,WK 5711 SIGMA CHAPTER 11 A11 ,ff Q YWQN Founded at the University of Virginia, March 1, 1868 is XM f Sigma Chapter established 18935 Re-established 1921 x 'X f , X15 mix ,fin Colors: Garnet and Old Gold Flower: Lily-of-the-Valley url 1, lu ggi 0 PAGE l90 0 bib FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. JAMES S. ALLOWAY . W. E. BOWMAN . . . Regim-ar R FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE MILLARD BETHEL, ,33 . . CHARLES BLOUNT, ,33 . SAM BROWN, '36 . . TOM COOPER, '36 . . . R. N. S. CROWNOVER, '33 JOSEPH CULBERTSON, '34 . DONALD DAYTON, '36 . . GEORGE DICKS, J33 . . JAMES DOBEINs, '36 . . JAMES DRUMRIOI-IT, '36 . FRANCIS M. DUKE, '33 , WARREN EATON, '35 . RICHARD ELLIS, '36 . . . H. T. ETHERIDGE, JR., '33 JAMES FICKES, '35 . . . JOHN FRASIER, ,34 . . . J. T. GILBERTX, JR., '34 . CLARK GOWER, '35 . . THOMAS GUYTON, ,33 . JACK JETER, '34 . . ROBERT JETER, ,34 . . 'THOMAS KELLY, ,33 . CLAUDE KING, '34 . . ATERNITY SAM MOORER, '33 . . GLENN NELSON, '35 . WARNER OLIVER, '33 . HOWARD PARDUE, ,34 . CARLYLE PI-IELES, '35 . HENRY PICKERING, '36 . HARVEY SHEARER, 135 . . HOUSTON TANKSLEY, '33 BOYD TARPLEY, ,33 . . DON UPSHAW, '34 . . CHARLES WATTS, '33 . EARLE VVILKENSON, '35 . NATHAN VVOODRUFF, '34 HUGH VVRIGHT, '33 . . 5 PAGE l9I 0 . . . . .lnstrueior in Medicine School of Medicine . Georgetown, Ky. . Georgetown, Ky. . . Dallas, Texas . Gleason, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . . .NOrtOn, Va. South Amboy, N. J. . Natchez, Miss. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Memphis, Tenn. . . Paducah, Ky. . Nashville, Tenn. . Jackson, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . . Paducah, Ky. . Nashville, Tenn. . . Decatur, Ala. . Gleason, Tenn. . Gleason, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Leighton, Ala. UI!! If ,fj QI. . . Ripley, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. , Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn, . Nashville, Tenn. Clarksville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Sumter, S. C. Clarksville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. l If I 'S J l l ,. , A-,I ' I I I, I I il ,II s' .N 1 my I ,gf ..l, .. ,if , II fl fl J' li ,.II 6. ,I, I 1 l ll I li Ig I 4' .J , X lui, l,7 Il ,fy ll f"'I illzff 'S ,' vj VZ. L? PM X III ' ' PVD 'x P Front Row: V. R. Smith, G. L. Smith. Lansden, A. W. Smith, A. B. Thar-11 Second Row: Myers, Matthews, J. E. Smith, Lipscomb, Bulla Top Row: Kidd, Hollis, Yvyatt. Fishel, Allen, Charlet LAMBDA CHI ALPHA fox fl .INN ,,,f" G AMMA DELTA ZETA CHAPTER Founded at Boston University, 1909 'l Gamma Delta Zeta Chapter established February 24, 1922 "I . Colors: Green and Gold Flower: The Violet ... Wfbv lg' in A J 9 5 . gy 7 0' irtflsfhtfif-'9 9 PAGEI92 0 FRATRES IN FACULTATE JOE VV. BEARD, B.A., M.D. .... Assistant in Surgery M. C. GORDAN, M.A., M.B.A., PI-I.D. . Prof. of Commerce FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE HARRIS ALLEN, '36 . . DAVID M. BRASWELL, '33 CI-IARLEs D. BULLA, JR., l33 . HARLOW CAMPBELL, '35 FRANK M. DAVIS, ,34 . J. R. DURRETT, 135 . MYRON FISI-IEL, '36 . J. HENDRICKSON, '33 . JACK HOLLIS, '36 . C. M. HUDSON, '33 . WILLIAM KIDD, '36 . DICK L. LANSDEN, ,33 . G. Q. LIPSCOMB, '34 . . . . . . .COlumbia, Tenn. . . . Tifton, Ga. . . Nashville, Tenn. . Tarrytown, N. Y. . . Corinth, Miss. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . . Nashville, Tenn. Ashland City, Tenn. . . Portland, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Livermore, Ky. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. M DR. ROBT. L. DOZIER, JR. J, VV, lVlAT'I'I-IEWS, '35 . . . Nashville, Tenn. WARD MYERS, 13-3 . . . . Harrisonburg, Va. ALFRED W. SMITH, '33 . GEORGE L. SMITH, '33 . . . . Portland, Tenn. J. SMITH, '34 .... . . Mooresville, Ala. R. YV. SMITII, '35 . . . Owensboro, Ky. A. B. THACK, JR., ,33 . . . Nashville, Tenn. LANIER WYA'I'I', '36 . FRATERNITY J. LEWIS ADAMS E. P. BARTON, JR. JOHN M. BATES FRATRES IN URBE . . Dechercl, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. DR. JOE W. BEARD CHAS. G. BLACKARD JAMES H. BURKE LANNIE CALHOUN E. OLNEY CI-IEST VESTER M. CHOATE LANE S. CLARK J. S. COVERDALE DONALD H. CRAM DR. TPIEO. VV. DAVIS GEORGE D. DOMINICK ROBERT E. DUNAVVAY DAVIS A. GAMMAGE M. C. GORDON NATHAN R. GRAHAM J. THOMAS PIESTER, JR. GRANVILLE E. HORTON RICHARD VV. JONES GARLAND P. JOYNES HOUSTON T. KARNES J. SI-IELTON LUTON COLLETI' MAYFIELD ' PAGE l93 0 . -qv., . X. VIRGIL G. MOORE JACK MUNROE RUEL E. NOTTINGHAM HARRX' N. O'CALLAHAN HAROLD G. 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RODENHAUSER Delta Delta Delta JANE SUTHERLAND NORRIS SMITH Alpha Epsilon Phi LENORE LOVENTHAL FRANCES WIENER ' PAGE I96 0 , -Q -wg .Z -3:2.,g:. 'fd- -A ,R I - .A .5 .13 I -I-r . R A 5 0 X f eq 1' lim Y FQ, si v 2' if 5 if , A 2 f -qv .a Aye' iff, y Z V President . Vice-President . . .Treasurer . Secretary Gamma Phi Beta ROSALYN SMITH DoT SWEENEY Sigma Kappa ELEANOR VVEBER ELIZABETH READ Kappa Alpha Theta ANN DILLON ADELAIDE SHULL KAPPA ALPHA THETA Founded at Asbury Know IDCPZILINVJ University, January 27, 1870 Colcrsx Black and Gold MRS. B. H. ABERNATI-IY HORTENSE AMBROSE FRANCES ARMISTEAD SARA ARMISTEAD MRS. FRANK BACHMAN FRANCES BEVINGTON MRS. ALFRED BLALOCK ELlS'BE'I'H BOCLE LOUISE BOOTON MRS. MILLER BRANNAN ELIZABETH BROOKES MRS. H. K. BUCKNER MRS. JOSEPH W. BYRNS, JR MRS. FRANK CHERRY REBECCA CLAIBORNE MRS, C. W. COOK MRS. ROBERT G. COONEY MRS. R. D. PIERBERT, JR. EMMA ELIZABETH GREENE ELISE HANDLY MRS. KENNETPI FAULKNER ALPHA ETA CHAPTER Exlzlblisfzfd January, 1904 SORORES IN URBE MRS. CHARLES HAWKINS MRS. R. D. HERBER'1', JR. LOUISE L. HERRON MRS. JOHN C. FIOLLOVVAY MRS. ERNEST L. HOWE ISABEL HOWELL MRS. VV: VV. HUBBAllD MARGARET PIELEN JAMES MRS. T. R. KIRKPSXTRICK MRS. JOHN F. KRIEG MRS. J. T. LIFE MRS. ROBERTA DILLON LYNE HEI.EN LANE MOORE MRS. CHARLES M. MOSS LINDA RHEA MRS. ROBERT F. RIVES MARY ISABELLE SAUNDERS MRS. THOS. VV. SCHLATER, JR. MRS THOMAS B. SCOGCINS MRS. CECIL SIMS .Fl04fLU6'7'.' Black and Gold Pansy MRS. S. LAWTON SKOGSTAD EUNICE SLEMONS MARGARET SLEMONS MARIA SLEMONS MRS. MRS MRS M RS. HAROLD F. SMITH D. C. STATLER ALEC B. STEVENSON, JR. ALBERT W. STOCKELL MILDRED STOVES MRS. JOHN T. SUGG, JR. MRS. G. B. SUMNER MARY LOUISE CRAWFORD MRS. WATKINS CROCKETT, JR. DOROTHY CULBERT GRACE DANIEL MRS. MURRAY B. DAVIS LORA DEVAULT MARY DOUD MRS. GEDDES DOUGLAS MRS. JONES C. ELLIOTT MRS. MEREDITH FLAUTT MRS. S. M. FLEMING, JR. MRS. JOHN PIERBERT MRS. JOSEPH T. MCCARY FRANCES MCLESTER MRS. J. E. NAGY MRS. OSCAR G. NELSON EVELYN NORTON MARGARET O,CONNOR NANCY O'CONNOR' MRS. JAMES C. OVERALL ROSA PARSONS MRS. CARR PAYNE MRS. A. W. PIERCE AURELIEX POTTS ELIZABETH POWELL MRS. G. A. PURYEAR, JR. MRS. H. B. TRIMBLE STELLA KATPIERINE VAUGHN STELLA SCOTT VAUGHN MRS. E. J. VVALSI-I MRS. ROBERT WARREN MRS. DWIGHT VVEBB, JR. EXII E WEBB N MRS. M. S. WIGGINTON MRS. T. A. VVIGGINTON, JR. MRS. A. L. 'WILLIAMS MRS. E. E. VVILSON HARRIET WOODS LOUISE WYOUNG '9 PAGE I97 0 J. , wif XR ' Baskette, Burnlcy, Dillon, Eager Grizzard, Harris, C.. Johnson. Denman Jordan, Lynch, Mims Prewett, Shull Spicer, Brown. Fortune, Glasgow Harris, K., Phillips, Puryear, Ralston, Stoves Billington. Colton, Cornelius, Dandridge - Davis, King, Swiggart, Zehnder V I: ,-1-I-'f LH C' -' -:f:"", . 5. -If.-: .- T-ff -5 491 ff:-: "' ,. 'Y' " f- V Vs: ' -a V -1, 1 5 ' 'V - . . , Q . 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CLARA BELL PURYEAR, B.A. KATHERINE RAI.sToN, B.A. . MARX' ERWIN STOVES, B.A. . KATHERINE Woons, B.A. . . MARTHA BILLINGTON, B.A. . SARA COLTON, B.A. . . . . AII,ENE CORNELXUS, B.A. . . ELIZABETH DANDRIDGE, B.A. EMILY DAVIS, B.A. . . . . SUSIE HUGHES, B.A. . . ELIZABETH KERR, B.A. . BETTY KING, B.A. . . . CATHERINE SWIGGART, B.A. . RUTH ZHENDER, B.A. . . . SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1933 Class of 1934 Class of 1935 Class of 1936 'U PAGE I99 0 . Nashville, Tenn . Hartsville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn , . Valdosta, Ga . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . New Albany, Ind . Nashville, Tenn . . . Nashville, . . Nashville, Tenn . . Manketo, Minn . . Nashville, Tenn . . Nashville, Tenn . . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . . Lebanon, Tenn . . Brooksville, Miss Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . . Nashville, Tenn . . Paducah, Ky . . McKenzie, Tenn Chattanooga, Tenn . . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . . Nashville, Tenn . 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Alumni Clzapterx Sixty-eight LAURA CATES, B.A. . . . EMILY CRAWEQRIJ, B.A. , . ALICE TEMPLE DYER, B.A. . ELEANOR FLEMING, B.A. . . KATHERINE GENY, B.A. . . MARY HELEN GUNSTER, B.A. . TSOBEL HIBBS, B.A. . . . . ALBERTA PATE, B.A. . . . lVlAR'1'HA VV. RECKLESS, B.A. ICATHERINE RUTI-IERFORD, B.A. . EVA STEPHENS, MA, . . . EMMA SLOOP, M.D.. . . . KATHERINE LIARVIE, M.D. . RUTH BOND, B.A. . . . . Brass BLACK, B.A.. . . . VIRGINIA CUNNINGHAM, B.A. . ELIZABETH GRAVES, B.A. . . POLLY PARRISH, B.A. . . . MARGARET POTTER, B.A. . . FRANCES DEAN SMITH, B.A. . JANE SUTHERLAND, B.A. . . MATTIE TATE Wooos, B.A. . MARJORIE ARNOLD, B.A. . . MARY LOUISE DUNN, B.A. . LAURA DUKE, B.A. . . , . SARA GEURIN, B.A, . . . AUGUSTA TIOOPER, B.A. . . ELIZABETH MCHENRY, B.A. . lViARGARET MERRITT, B.A. . . ANN Ross, B.A. . . . . ELIZABETH TATE, B.A. . . MARY BILBRO, B.A. . , . MARY BAY DUNCAN, B.A. . MARY DOUBLEDAY, B.A. . . FLORA MAE LAvv, B.A. . . ELIZABETH PETWAY, B.A. . LINDA SNEED, B.A. , . . CATHERINE VVANDS, B.A. . ELLEN VVHITEMAN, B.A. . DELTA GAMMA CHAPTER Established September I6, IQII SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of IQ33 Class of 1934 Class of IQ35 Class of IQ36 ' PAGE 201 0 . , Newnan, Ga New Orleans, La . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn Durham, N. C New York, N. Y . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Ridgetop, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn Fayetteville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn , Nashville Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Gallatin, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Memphis, Tenn . Madison, Tenn . Memphis, Tenn . Gallatin, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Esmondida, Cal . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn . Nashville, Tenn DELTA DELTA DELTA MRS. LESLIE CI-IEER MRS. R. W. BILLINGTON PATRONESSES MRS. D. F. C. REEVES MRS. IRBY HUDSON MRS. WALTER CLYDE CLERRX MRS. J. T. MCGILL MRS. BARNEY BROOKS MRS. R. B. STEELE MRS. S. S. CROCRETT MRS. JOHN DANIEL MRS. ELIOT ADAMS FRANCES WYNNES ADAMS MRS. ROBERT ALEXANDER MRS. GEORGE BAILEY MRS. ROBERT BAKER ANNE ELIZABETH BATTLE MRS. LEONARD BELT MRS. A. B. IEENEDICT MRS. CHARLES G. BLACRARO ELLEN R. CALDWELL NANCY BELLE CAMPBELL MRS. LIPSCOMB CARL MRS. BRAINARD CHENEY ADA CHILDERS FRANCES CLEMENTS MARY MEL CLEMENTS MARY HARRIS COCKRILL MRS. JOHN R. CROSS MRS. WILBURN CRUTCHER MRS. T. VV. CRUTCHER MRS. PAUL DERRYBERRY KRUMHULD DODSON MRS. BYRD DOUGLAS MRS. GUS DYER JOSEPHINE DYER EDNA FAIRBANKS ELIZABETH FAW ESTHER FLEMING MRS. BEN FOWLER MRS. CHARLES FOWLER MRS. EUGENE FRAZIER LOUISE GOODLOE SORORES IN LTRBE MRS. HENRY GOODPASTURE MRS. F. E. GRASTY ELEANOR HALL REBECCA HALL MRS. CHARLES HARDCAS'1'LE MRS. PHIL HARDING FRANCES HARDISON MRS. CHARLES HARRISON MRS. H. E. HASTY MRS. EUGENE HOLLINS SARAH HOLMES MRS. MAXEY JARMAN RUTH JOY MARY E. KELLER MARGARET KELLER MARTHA LAMBETH LUCY DELL LEATHERS MRS. W. S. LEATHERS CAROLINE LEAVELL MRS. HAROLD LOWE ELWYN LYON MRS MRS. MRS MRS. JOHN MCCALL WILLIAM MCGAVOCR HOLLAND MCTYIERE R. H. MASON EVELYN MILLER ELISE MOORE MRS. T. K. MOORE MRS. SMILEY MORRELL EUGENIA MOSELEY MARY ANN PHELPS MRS. W. D. PHILLIPS MRS. TOM POINTER MRS. JUSTIN POTTER CHRISTINE PROVINE LILLA PROVOST ELLENE RANSOM CORRINE RICH 0 PAGE 202 0 MORRICE RICH STELLA RICH MRS. BATTLE RODES MRS. WARREN RUCRER MRS. JULIAN SCRUGGS MRS. TOM SHRIVER BLANCHE L. SMITH ELIZABETH SMITH EUGENIA SMITH JANE DAVIS SMITH RUTH SNEED MRS. HARRY STICKLEY MRS. BAILEY TERRY' MRS. J. H. TIDMAN ALICE B. TRABUE MRS. GEORGE TRABUE ELLEN WALLACE MRS. J. F. VVALDRUM LYDIA VVALKER MRS. M. E. VVARD MRS. WM. E. WARD, JR. MARTHA EMILY WVASI-IINGTON MRS. ROBERT WHITE MRS. JOEL WHITNEY MRS. J. H. VVHITSON ANITA WILLIAMS MRS. MALCOLM WILLIAMS MRS. VVALTER WILLIAMS MRS. A. W. VVILSON SARAH ELLEN WILSON EMMA YARBROUGH DR. KATE SAVAGE ZEREOSS ALPHA OMICRON PI II I I I 3 Colors: Cgrdinal and VVhite Flower: Jacqueminot Rose fw NU OMICRON CHAPTER CORINNE ANDERSON MARX' B. ALLISON MRS. FERRIS BAILEY MRS. W. H. BAKER MRS. H. BARTON MRS. JOHN BARTON NANCY BASKERVILLE MRS. NORMAN BOYD MARTHA BOYLIN DOROTHY BRAMWELL Eflalllisfzm' ffpril 27, 1917 SORORES IN URBE MRS. VERNON BROGDEN MRS. JAMES BURKE MRS. THOMAS BURNS MRS. D. C. CABEEN MRS. VV. H. CAMPBELL MRS. TOM CARTER FRANCES CARTER MARGARET' CHAPPELL LUCY COOPER KATHERINE DUDNEY ADELE DUDNEY FRANCES EWING MRS. D. H. FAULKNER MRS. JOHN FOSTER ELIZABETH FRAZIER VIRGINIA GODDARD MRS. L. GOODPASTURE MRS. MORGAN GORDON MRS. JOHN GRAF ELEANOR GRAHAM MRS. STEPHEN HARRINC'I'ON FLORENCE HAYES JOSEPHINE HAWKINS MRS. C. B. HEARN MRS. VV. R. HENDRIX MRS. JAMES HUDSON ROBERTA LIGHTFOOT MRS. MACK LINEBAUCI-I MARTHA LOVE MRS. DAVID MCCULLOUOI-I MRS. ROBERT MCGRUDER FRANCES McKEE MRS. VV. H. MCCORD GRACE MCVEIGH LUCY REID MCMURRAX' VIRGINIA MARTIN MRS. TRAVIS MARTIN LILY MEADORS MRS. MARTIN L. MILLER MRS. THEODORE MORFORD MRS. L. A. NEWMAN MRS. FRANK OWSLEY MARY OLIVIA RUTLEDGE MRS. J. R. SHACKLEFOIZD MRS. ROBERT SI-IOFENER MARY ELIZABETH SHARP SARA STALEY MRS. BERNARD SPAIN MRS. W. J. TICHENOR MRS. ROBERT TEMPLE MRS. LUTTRELL THOMAS MRS. ROY THOMPSON MRS. STANLEY TREANOR FLORENCE TYLER MRS. TOM WALKER ELIZABETH WENNINC FRANCES VVEISE MARY WEISE MRS. H. V. WELLS, JR. MRS. CURRY VVHITE ' 0 PAGE 203 0 I I., 'I 'I 'I 'IV II,'f I "I I I' If I , . A I. III AX. if '-,Ivy I 'H II 'fzx V I I ,I 'II 5 I I 'VIE I! R' I I' II! III? ,U . Q, I 'sjIIIf!' If I JJIQI ilu' II I7 WN I' if JK A ll' ' 1 ,X f fl, J, V fi ll X X32 fy, H x yy Xl r 3 Q QM ff xx 'fl , ,A xi ,X fr ..a6ff'YQb. . . "QA, , F-.gy 'B' Q A Q Q. L if 9 3 :Ls-go' Bram well, Hughes, Lanier, S. Roberts, Springer, Farr Hill, Napier Porter Rodenhauser, Green, Kirkpatrick Lanier, Ownbey, Robinson Snell, Ellis, Graham, Levine 0 PAGE 204 0 ALPHA OMICRON PI SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1933 HELEN BRAMWELL, B.A. . .... . . MARY DAvIEs, B.A. . . . GENEvIEvE HUGHES, M.A. . SUE LANIER, B.A. . . . MAY RAWLS, M.A. . . . MARTHA ROBERTS, B.A. . . . . FRANCES RODENHAUSER, M.A. . . ALICE VVRAY SPRINCER, B.S. . . LOUISE TURNER, M.A. . . . MARGARET WI-IITEIvIAN, B.A. . EVA JEAN VVRATHER .... WINIFRED LYNCH, M.A. . .... . . Class of 1934 MARY ALICE FARR, B.A. . .... . . LUCY GREER, B.A. . . . . ELIZABETH HILL, B.A. . . VIRGINIA LEWIS, B.A. . IAYNE NAPIER, B.A. ..... . MARY KATHERINE PORTER, B.A. . . . MARY ELEANOR RODENHAUSER, B.A. . . . . Class of 1935 WINIERED GREEN, B.A. ........ . ELIZABETH HOPKINSON, B.A. . . . SHIRLEY GRAY KIRKPATRICK, B.A. . NITA LANIER, B.A. .... . WINN OWNBEY, B.A. . . ELOISE ROBINSON, B.A. . . MARTHA SNELL, B.A. . . . . 5 Class of 1936 ROBIN ESTIS, B.A. ...... . . MARY ELIZABETH ELLIS, B.A. . . KATHERINE GRAHAM, B.A. . DOUGLAS LEVINE, B,A. . . JEAN VVHORLEY, B.A. . 0 PAGE 205 0 . .Nashville, . . Nashville, Tennessee Tennessee . . . Mexia, Texas . . Nashville, Tennessee . . Nashville, . . Nashville, . . Nashville, . . Nashville, . . Paris, Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee . . Nashville, Tennessee . . Nashville, Tennessee . Anderson, Indiana . . Nashville, . . Nashville, . . Gallatin, . . Nashville, . . Ashwood, . Springfield, . . Nashville, . . Gallatin, . . Nashville, . . Nashville, . . Madison, . . Memphis, Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Madisonville, Kentucky . . . Soochow, China . . Nashville, Buenos Aires, . . Nashville, . . Nashville, . . Nashville, Tennessee .Argentine Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee l , l fl, 1 , ,X J l lx 1 1 X I X xxx ull! 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AML.-1 'f :VI--1.-:f+':i 1 . .3 ' -I,-.lf .f '- X aas:g..:::,:1:-:Ll1-:F-9, . sr Wlflfbf 191:242- ""5 f. , .a f 0 PAGE 206 0 GAMMA PHI BETA Colors: Fawn and Seal Brown Flofwer: Pink Carnation Actifve Chapte1'.v.' Forty-four fllumnae Chapters: Thirty-three ALPHA THETA CHAPTER Founded October IO, 1924. SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1933 ELIZABETH ALEXANDER, B.A., Nashville, Tenn ELIZABETH E. BEASLEY, B.A., Nashville, Tenn LUCILLE BEASLEY, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. KA'I'LIERINE BLAIR, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn ANN ELDER, B.A. ..,I Nashville, Tenn MARTHA EATHERLY, M.A., Nashville Tenn JANE ICROECKEL, B.A. , . . Nashville, Tenn. LULA LEAVELL, M.A. . . . VVILLA MINA NOOE, B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. VIRGINIA REARDON, B.A., Bowliwg Green, Ky. lVlAR'I'I-IA STANFILL, B.A. . . DOROTHY SWEENEY, B.A. . LAVINIA TINNON, B A, Goodlertsville, Tenn. Clary of 1934 ANN BARKER, B.A. . . Oklahoma City, Okla. MILDRED FITE, B.A. . . . Nashville, Tenn. CORRALYN LEAVELI., B.A. . Nashville, Tenn. Class BEATRICE BEASLEY, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn ANITA BERTRAN, B.A. .... St. Louis, Mo. MARY E. BONHOLZER, B.A., Tracy City, Tenn JEAN CAMPBELL, B.A. .... Albany, MO. PORTIA VVARD, B.A. MARY E. OMAN, B.A. ROSALYN SMITH, B.A. . MILBREY ROGERS, B.A. . Of 1935 DOROTHY DALE, B.A. . . IQATE ELLEN GREUYER, B.A, CLATA R. MARTIN, B.A. . . ELIZABETH WALTERS, B.A. . , . .NaShville, Tenn. Class of 1936 POLLY CALHOUN, B.A. , . Nashville, Tenn MAY HERON, B.A. .... Nashville, Tenn DOROTHY HUTCHINSON, B.A., Nashville, Tenn CATHERINE MOORE, B.A. . . . Tampa, Fla MARGARET VVRIGHT, lVlAR'I'I'1A LOU OAKLEY, B.A. . l'lEI..EN STERLING, B.A. . . Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Galveston, Tex. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. MARY KATHERINE VVALLACE, B.A. . . . B.A. . Nashville, TEAA' ' ' . Louisville, Ky. SORORES IN URBE EDITH ANDREWS REBECCA CULBRETH ELEANOR HAGGARD MRS, JAMES MORRIS MARY BATES MARY E. DALE MRS. TOM HGLT LUCILLE NEVILLE MRS. JOE BEARD ANN MATHIS DOYLE BONNIE HOWARD MARGARET OMAN ELEANOR BROWN ALMA LOUISE DEWS ELIZABETH LACREY DO OTHY RICH MARY E. BROWN EVELYN EWING BEULAH MACK LEACH MRS. TOM RAGLAND JUANITA BROWNING MARTHA FISHER OLIVIA MALONE MRS. JOSEPHINE SHARP CHARLOTTE CALDWELL JULIA GIBSON MRS. JAMES MANLEY VALLIE SMITH MRS. HUGH CECIL ELISE GIDDENS JANET MCKAY ELIZABETH STRAYHORN ELLEN COUCH ELEANOR GUTHRIE MARX' CECIL MORRISON MARY RUTH STROTHER MARGARET CRAM MRS. TURK YOUNG PATRONESSES MRS. J. D. BLANTON MRS. BRUCE GIBSON MRS. E. T. KREUGER MRS. E. M. MCNElLl. MRS. IRA CI.ARK MRS. JAMES HARVS'ELl. MRS. E. F. LANGFORD MRS. H. MURREY, JR. MRS. ROY GARIS MRS. GERALD PIENDERSON MRS. LYLE H. LANIER MRS. J. B. MURREY MRS. JOHN BURCI-I MRS. W. B. JEWELL MRS. W. B. LEECH MRS. JAMES REED 0 PAGE 207 0 5 f , fffxw' 5593 M1 NK gf' l 1 X - .9 Q. .3 QQ .tlaaxaozaiee Gallagller, Hindman Krupitzer, Siegrist, Webex' Burton, Jenkins, Read Stuckey, Trull, Bellhouse Caldwell, Haynie, Lovelace Peeler, Taylor. Pitcock R 0 PAGE 208 Colors: Lavender and Maroon SIGMA KAPPA Founded at Colby College, I874 ALPHA RI-IO CHAPTER Established May, 1926 SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1933 GERALDINE GALLAGPIER, BA.. . . , . . . . KATHRY'N HINDMAN, B.A. . DOROTHY KRUPITZER, B.A. . ANNA SIEGRIST, B.A . . . ELEANOR WEBER, B.A. . . RUTH BURTON, B.A. . . SAIDEE CHEESEMAN, B.A. . MARIE DEMOSS, B.A. . . EMILOU FENKER, B.A. . . . ANNE JENKINS, B.A. . . . MARGUERITE MCKINNEY, B.A BARBARA MOORE, B.A. . , . ELIZABETH READ, B.A. . ANN STUCKEY, B.A. . . KATHLEEN STUIviP, B.A. . FLORENCE TRULL, B.A. . HELEN BELLHOUSE, B.A., M.D. . MARTHA CALDWELL, B.A, , CLAUDIA CHAPPELL, B.A. . EVA MAE PIAYNIE, B.A. . EVELYN LOVELACE, B.A. . ELIZABETH PEELER, B.A. , . HELEN PRESLEY, B.A., M.D. . MARION TAX'LOR, B.A. . . . JOSEPHINE PITCOCK, B.A. . Class of I934 Class of IQ35 Class of 1936 - SORORES IN URBE WILMOTH DINNING LUCILE C. MADDUX ELLA MAY VVALKER DOROTHY DONLEY MARY MORGAN MARY WALKER IVIARTI-IA HALLORAN ELIZABETH NICHOLS CATHERINE VVARREN MRS. R. VV. HARDIN MRS. LEWIS PAYNE ALICE WILKINSON MRS. E. S. HOLDEN FLORA RANKIN KATHERINE VVITHERSPOON VVILMA HUNTLEY LURLENE RICHARDSON VIRGINIA WITHERSPOON VIRGINIA JOHNSON MARY FRANCES ROBERTS MRS. EDWARD YOUNG MRS. VVADE LAUDERDALE DORIS SLONECKER DOLORES ADAMS KATI1ERINE LEWIS IIMMEY VADEN EMILY ALMON SARA LASSITER MRS. BERNICE VARNER KATPIERINE ANDERSON 9 PAGE 209 0 X Flofwer: Violet . . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . . Cleveland, Ohio . Nashville, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . Belle View, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . Union City, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . . Experiment, Ga. . . Nashville, Tenn. . Nashville, Tenn. . . . .Alto, Ga. . . Union City, Tenn. . . Union City, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . Huntingdon, Tenn. . Scottsboro, Ala. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. AMYE ANDREWS MRS. DALE BEVIN MARY BRENT INA BROWN ELIZABETH BUCHANAN MRS. VVM. BUCHANAN OLIVIA CLARK BILLIE COOKE SARA CROWE MRS. C. M. DARDEN l III, l ,' -II, , If l . l X.- f1I l ll I ,I I'- I I. My I.: Jyl I l ,IIIII II' 'I .,,.II.,, I -I,lf:I!I.I ,I.,,,. r X llllilxffyi' fx ll ffl' 1 X, I. ,I . , l :ff II. l Q, N i ll, '23, ll fl I", NWN I, ll l 1 X I III X I A If I A- ' I I , . IIf I' . 1 I .X h ll FI QI l folds I .TT LY M., X 1 535 lf2 3 NW, . WW F 2 fix ff H N -' gig ,xk : A W A H ', K ' w . 5 1, V. . nr 5 , r w ',.m,,, X A . Q 4 Q' mon I M 'VT' :Wi -55291-9 2 .,. 0'-'Q :Voc 5 Goldberg, Shyer, Lichtenfels Loventhal, Xviener Bauer, Hanover, Lapat Reisman, Berman, Hyman Roth, Rothstein Yaffe 0 PAGE 2I0 0 ALPHA EPSILON PHI Established Barnard College, October 2.4, I9O9 Colors: Green and VVhite CHI CHAPTER Established 1925 SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of IQ33 LEES GOLDBERG, B.A. . JOAN SHYER, B.A. . . Class of 1934 ESTELLE COHEN, LL.B. . .- . . . . . . ALMA FOREMAN, B.A. . . . . . . PAULINE HAEER, B.A. . . . . JOHANNA LICHTENFELS, B.A. . LENORE LOVENTHAL, B.A. . FRANCES VVIENER, B.A. . . Class of 1935 HELEN BAUER, B.A. . . GLAOYS HANOVER, B.A. . MAXINE LAPAT, B.A. . LUCILE REISMAN, B.S. . EVELYN TUTTLE, B.A. . . Class of IQ36 SVLVIA BERIVIAN, B.A. . BERNICE HYMAN, B.A. . MIRIAM KUHN, B.A. . . . HELEN ROTH, B.A. . . . . ANNETTE ROTHSTEIN, B.A. . LIELEN XVAFFE, B.A. . . . SORORES IN URBE BRINAH BACK DOVIE MADISON COLLINS REBECCA JOHNSON ROSE POWERS FELKNER HAZEL LEVY HELEN FRANK CAROLYN HARRIS DOROTHY MARKS MILDRED MARCUS ANNA HIRSHBERG BERNICILROTHSTEIN LEVVIS FRANCES RICH HERMINE LOVVENSTEIN LUCILE ROSENFELD HONORARY lW:EMBER MRS. LEO SCHVVARTZ MARY LEE MARTIN Flofwff: Lily-of-the-Valley I . . .AugIIsta, Ga . . Nashville, . . Nashville, . Nashville . . Nashville . . Asheville, . .Nashville, . .Nashville, I Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn N. C Tenn Tenn. . . .Atlanta, Ga . Birmingham, Ala . . .NaShville, Tenn Chattanooga, Tenn . New York, N. Y . . Anniston, Ala. . . Nashville, . . Nashville, . Nashville, . . Nashville, . . New York, HAZEL SIMON Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn N. Y. MRS. ALBERT VVERTHA ROIELLE VVEINSTEIN HELEN VVERTHAN PATRONESSES MRS. MANUEL ESKIND MISS ETHEL LIVINGSTON MRS. MORRIS SCI-IWARTZ MRS. ALVIN KARNMAN MRS. M. I. LUSKY MRS. HENRX' TEITLEEAUM MRS. DAN MAY 0 PAGEZII o l V 1 l T I l '.II,Il,' Ngllf l Xxmlffrlf K INR f IV lr ll Q x x S i, A XD 1 4 J , ,N .V iiirf , ren -9: :-J .,- , xxx ., x '1frrSL,f" ""Qf.Qf Q.,g '- TT I 1 " 'l-.1Q . w Q' f X I 9' f - , LJ MH 1.59 f Af' "T" ' ff f.f--. ,, mn X' if ,1- ' ' gf" l Y AI ' :":- -- ,Q ,M - 1 'H V' Ju ' "1 -- -.. " rs I ---' ku sn ,Lv-1555? u- -F, ' N.. f 1' ..,..1.-Lf, L, , ,, , . 1 Y rfsiifakdu BQYV'-i"'2' wi, jg --'A ,M I f ...,, -. V ,. fs . . f 1 'i Y-K? , .5 . RPN jf W , sw-ff, ,,, .f ff ' - 1 . -1f ?f,E?i,'f'f:-1 - H- - - Sw- Lh qi - uf? ' "+V . ,.,.L-zaigjl., ft, 2 .xg V . "'i..."" gl 91,1 a. X " . wf df .' ' 1' '- N ' - " ax .f h " 1-y 'A-., -1 . ,X 'f V bw, 'i ' " 1 Qjdf f' X YQ EEC? 1 r' I-ICDIXICDRARY Abxiuhams. Breyer, Dillon, Eaton Golden. King, Patton Roberts, Stevens, Hudson, Stanfnll N: -A PHI BETA KAPPA ALPHA OF TENNESSEE CHAPTER OFFICERS DR. E. L. JOHNSON. . . . . President DR. JOHN T. MCGILL . . . Secretary MISS STELLA RICH . . . Vife-President DR. THOMAS CARTER . . . Treasurer STUDENT OFFICERS CHARLES HUDSON . .... . Pregidfnt MARTHA ANNE DILLON . . Secretary . Treasurfr JOE LESTER ABRAHAM AMY L. BREYER MARTHA ANNE DILLOR JA AMES EATON. . . . . . J THE CLASS OF 1933 VVILLIAM GOLDEN CHARLES HUDSON I CLARENCE KING MARTHA ROBERTS MARTHA STANFILL VERA STEVENS MES EATON WHITE PATTON, JR. MARGARET WHITEMAN 0 PAGE 2I6 0 A:-1m.,,y :i.vJGvN f-J:-Em:-wr 32, 4 , W . 'A ' Xvatkins, Barry, Trztbue l'lzu'1'el1, XViIliams Tate. Albers, Morehozxcl TAU DELTA OFFICERS PRESLEY A. VVILLIAMS, JR. . . . . . . . Prcsidenl MARION HENRY HARREL1. . . . .Secretary WM. G. MOREHEAD . . ......... Treasurer WESLEY B. BROWN . . Honorary Faculty Mfmber MEMBERS LAWRENCE O. TRABUE WM. M. VVATK1Ns J. HARRIS TATE. ROBERT P. BARRY JOHN F. ALBERS JAMES SHANNON An honorary engineering fraternity based on scholarship and character, and corresponding to the academic society of Phi Beta Kappa. ' 0 PAGEZI7 0 X1 A N W-f R. .w HX x ,.-if fxi 1 ' N 5, qu. Y . mx f 'Q 3 F , X A it L Ii tx N it V' fs, RX. hm' 1' r , , N I f fi fi 1 X xii ,f I I1 K ff 0 nt xv? if!! xx xlxw 0 Q ANN DILLON . .... . w7ILLIAM GOLDEN, JR. . . TOMMY LYNN . ETA SIGMA PHI PSI CHAPTER OFFICERS DONALDSON ELLIS . ELLA PURYEAR MIMS . GRIGSBY CORNELIUS . AVERY HANDLY . JOE ABRAPIAMS MARTHA BASKETTE BEATRICE BEASLEY AMY BREYER SARA CASON CLAUDIA CHAPPELL GRIGSBY CORNELIIJS ANN DILLON JAMES EATON DONALDSON ELLIS MEMBERS WILLIAM GOLDEN, JR. AVERY HANDLY CELINE HARRIS JOHN HEELIN JOHN JONES CLARENCE KING TOMMY LYNN EDWARD MAUPIN ELLA PURYEAR MIMS CHARLES NOELL MABEL WINN OWENEY 0 .PAGE 218 O . . . . . .Prytzmzs . . . . Protohyparchos . .Deuterohyparclzos . EjJi5t0Iagrapho.v . Grammatirus . Chrysopholax Pyloros MARTHA STANFILL LERA STEPHENS MARY ERWIN STOVES ELEANOR WEBER MARGARET WHITEMA GEORGE WOODWARD SIMS CROWNOVER MARY WALKER NADINE OVERALL ELIZABETH KERR N X A .f f Rx Front ROW: Kane, Trabue, Willock, Dickinson, Durand Kennedy. Hudgins. Second Row: Clay, Bulls., Katterjohn, Conway. Howard, Peacock. Estes. Back Row: Johnson,'Robbins, Willianis, N. Smith, Bennett, Sampson, W. Smith. PHI DELTA PHI OFFICERS HARRY DURAND . . . ROY KENNEDY C. C. TRIABUE, JR. . MENIBERS LORENZO BENNETT OVERTON DICKINSON EDWARD KANE CHARLES BULLA HARRY DURAXND ROY KENNEDY ARMISTEAD CLAY DAVID HOWARD NED SMITH RAY CONSLEY PLEDGES A. C. CONWAY CHARLES KATTERIOPIN PAT ESTES NED LENTZ PAUL HUDGINS LEE JOHNSON CUNLIFFE MCBEE EDWARD PEACOCK . . .President . . . . .Treasurer Secretary C. C. TRABUE, JR. STUM WELLS DOUGLAS WILLOCK ROBERT PAITEN WILLIAMS BRAX PROVINE KENT SAMPSON FARLAND ROBBINS WM. SMITH Phi Delta Phi is a national legal fraternity having chapters at all leading law schools. Malone's Inn of Phi Delta Phi was established at Vanderbilt in IQO7. Membership is based on scholarship and interest in the study of law. 9 PAGE 2I9 0 XX ' 'I is N55 -, XIX YJ K tix X l i, ii Ig X.. I, Ik ll , . XX, X IX I ,X ' ,N Nxt K-IRIX X ll N Q we, Il I I I I l'qfI'll: i1Z,l I ll IH. Nl! X il.- .W .X I iw N X X ' -, II -, I.!I filly NX I 'I III' , V., X I .-:R R I Ni IX I l II' I ...rr I I X. , . NX.. 1 A it I xkP,. My l I ., X MM A I" L 'I -. 'Ig 'I - N-. I ,N Y iff! , xo X It .I I X .E X lx RK Alix Pix X V .X I. 1 I-Q f I XI ,l. . "-I-, jj nf. I I f wr--if I I I Gtr I fr III 'N I IF Il '- XE Mu I -I I I tx NIM XII. llx ll! 'I Lv . YI, Bixby, Chase, King, XVeSt SIGMAQPSILON LITERARY SOCIETY BRUCKNER CHASE . . JACK HEFLIN. . . W. C. CURRY DONALD DAVIDSON LYLE LANIER PRESTON BISSINGER E. R. BIXBY BRUCKNER CHASE CALUMET CHAPTER OFFICERS . . President AVERY HANDLY Vice-Presidenf MORTON KING FRATRES IN FACULTATE GEORGE R. MAYEIELD EGBERT OWENEY JOHN CROWE RANSOM C. M. SARRATT FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE VVALLACE GREENE AVERX' HANDLE' . Secretary . .Treasurer H. B. SCHERMERHORN JOHN D. WADE ROBERT PENN WARREN JACK HEFLIN MORTON KING BEN WEST This is a junior-Senior Honor Society in which membership is based primarily on literary ability, Elections are made Once a year from members of the Sophomore, junior and Senior classes. The Vanderbilt chapter, Calumet, was one of the charter chapters of this organization, which is now a nationl organization having forty-eight chapters. Sigma Upsilon publishes quarterly the Scarab of Sigma Upsilon. 0 PAGE 220 0 ZW f W -I ' V GRGAIXIIZATICDIXIS x X Qif WF 1 - 11111 .W lj X F 1 F NA 1 'Y . y -f fx M wg, , X . I . rw , '- 1 X .qi XM, . K 'gym ,V J!! 'in Ek k X K X , '-X1 . I X, 7 I LJ W ,Tx 1 1 K V f L93 , Q ,Q .W I ' wma: I A.., . X gwfgxmi . -:V cf. x "ggi-I"-,Z1 nh MQ., R N .L Q E R I f ' 31, ggsfwf ,QW rug: um., fry, ii, 5 Sl 3 ow 'W-' X' R R A Xa: 3 was ,NW , :A ig Riff' 5'-fl 5 I A ,x I' ax 'S I I- - ,...1 2 K X X I-' ft- -T 5' Y - f : - ' -' Hzsssf-, W s X , .. 'fm I ?evz:5:,.'-,11,' 5292553 , , ,Rf V. zz? A ,I-ii 551-wi: -5. gp. V . . AQ -I, . . . , ,..I.:.:,,:, ..1.: W --::,f:zqQ:1g,:,..:,'q.g ,A , R. I . I rar: I A ,.. . A ' ,.,. ,. I , , , - -', 3 .. A A , - , I A I AAA" In f QA ' A " Kennedy, King, Travis, Gore, Cunningham Fortune, Eaton, Paris, Hambrich, Robbins ,L I MEN S STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS ROY KENNEDY ..... ..... . . . . . . . President CLARENCE KING, JR. . . Secretary-Treasurer EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS CI-IARLEs GORE FARLAND ROBBINS MEMBERS CLAUDE CARNEY RAY CONSLEY WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM WARREN EATON SELMAN FORTUNE T. C. HAMBRICK THOMAS HENDERSON VAUGHN MANSFIELD WINBURNE PARIS MASON TRAVIS CHARLES ZEHNDER 0 PAGE 222 0 i 2z:effZ21E:i:::ff -1. V 1, vm Gallagher, Beasley, Crawfortl, Dillon, Dandridge Rodenhauser, I-Ieu'I'is, Sweeney, Sutherlzuid WOMEN'S STUDENT GOVERNMENT ELIZABETH E. BEASLEY BETTY CRAWFORD. . . MARY E. RODENHAUSER ANN DILLON .... DOROTHY SWEENEY . JANE SUTHERLAND . KATHERINE HARRIS . . ELIZABETH DANDRIDGE ASSOCIATION GERALDINE GALLAGHER, President MEMBERS N X V. XX N lx J . . President of Y. IV. C. A. . President of Alhlolic Alsxociation President of Pan-Hollonif Council Chairman of Honor Commilleo . Chairman of Senior . . Chairman of Junior Chairman of Sojzhomoro . Chairman of Frmfmzen The W0men's, Student Government Association is composed of the presi- dents of the major women's organizations and the chairmen of each class. 0 PAGE 223 0 IV 0111072 PV 0711671 U70 mon H70 mon Q' ,' I1 I .I I T V2 -H I I if -- lin, .fl-it 9, l th '-QI xx 1 X- WV- L' IN .gli xx y .fu T nik, 1,6 ,f If 5, - VTE! ,f f K ,-Q 1 I, hm N -rx., n 'V f,--Q x' N, "Xl GJXQ X, F XY. X , 'I-. 5 W ll lx "X 'Tx Rv U3 I, ,W , IN 'S I W XM W 1 J .7 In '14 . . .V., . W' IIE' ffl' I f fl' f M I J J ,Q f riff' Hale, Lipe, CI'a.wfOI'd Kennedy, XVi11iams, Lee, Carnahan STUDENTTACTIVITIES BOARD OF- THE STUDENT UNION OFFICERS TOM' I-IALE .... ..... ..... P 1 -esident ARMISTEAD CLAY . . ..... Vice-President I. T. LIPE . . . . . . Exeruti-ve Secretary fm STUDENT MEMBERS gy BETTY CRAWFORD ROBERT CARNAHAN 5 s H. W. BROWN NED LENTZ ,,...'IT fy HARRISON SHULL ROY KENNEDY 'j'JQf,.if 4 PRESLEY WILLIAMS REDD TURNER ,,Aw CHARLES LEE FRANCIS RODENHAUSER '. W, dl 'T Wg! Tj EX-OFFICIO MEBTBERS TQg.,f-QI I' A HUGH DISHAROON I. T. LIPE TA "" I HENRY HART A KT W 1 FACULTY MEMBERS N DR. ADA BELLE STAPLETON DR. GEORGE R. MAYFIELD PROFESSOR IRBY R. HUDSON 0 PAGE 224 O F se, 1, .vxfql W X R. ., XM 'v Kennedy, Fortune King, Carter, Chase, Evins THE COMMODORE CLUB 'N OFFICERS SELMAN FORTUNE. . . ..... . . . ...... President DIXIE ROBERTS . . . . . . . . Vice-President CLARENCE KING . . . . Secrctaz'y-Treasurer MEBTBERS THOMAs HENDERSON PETE GRACEY . . . ROY KENNEDY . BURT CARTER . . VAUGHN MANSFIELD BRUCKNER CHASE . HOMER ARMSTRONG JACK HEFLIN . . . JOE Ev1Ns . . . . Alpha Tau Omega . . . . Sigma Nu Dflia Kappa Epsilon Della Kappa Epsilon . . .KappaSig1na . . Beta Theta Pi . - Della Tau Della Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Plzi Kappa Sigma 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 William J. Anderson, coach of the track team, with the intent that the club, composed of the best leaders of the University, would function in every way possible for the good of Vanderbilt. It is a self- perpetuating body, with a membership of twelve. 9 PAGE 225 0 Y' O- YN -V "MRD: -. ,O E l it l,4.1,l,-. 'I I lvl. f Nu 1 1, l. J N its l 1 l lldlll ,f lx iii, A. ff .Olly ,l v Eu 1 f , tl ly. ' v l ,, i il .X lbxlzyf I9 x Mill' ljllll fl . ,fr Xxx M 71 xyl rf 1 fl X li, fl! -i ., il i, gf . cg 45:29 ' ' A- - A ,-.,g:-- 4 v:r:'::-5. ye- ' 34 .4 - . 'p s ,axe - ::g,'15,:. 1::QQ ' 'A if . , f " ' Ri 1-5:-129 , 'I-5-i12l2:'- -:rL5:2?' 2 E- .,.. 'assi mf, in R - ze f, ' 1 35122, -0 T7' Sggifizrilig 'i-Pirfi, -E5E1:1fii5E?'9 i .. 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Secretary-Tfcasurer MEMBERS Ross CI-IESHIRE, Beta Theta Pi TOM HAMERICK, Delta Kappa Epxilon PARKER HOLT, Alpha Tau Omega ALVIN GRAHAM, Kappa Alpha VVINBURNE PARIS, Phi Kappa Sigma TIIACR HUGHES, Phi Delta Theta ROBERT SIMMONS, Sigma Alpha Epsilon NED LENTZ, Sigma Nu CI-IARLES LEE, Phi Delia Theta JACK SMITI-I, Lambda Chi Alpha BILL CUNNINGI-IAM, PHILLIPS TURNER, Phi Kappa Sigma BILL SUHRHEINRICH, Sigma Chi BILL SUTHERLAND, Kappa Sigma GEORGE PIERCE, Sigma Chi HARRY STARK, Sigma Nu FRANK WILSON, Kappa Alpha HORTON EARLY, Kappa Sigma BYRON BRUBAKER, Chi Phi HOWARD PARDUE, Pi Kappa Alpha TOM BRODERICK, Phi Kappa Psi Delta Kappa Epsilon This is an inter-fraternity honor club, Selected from members of the junior Class. The purpose is to foster harmonious and friendly relations among fraternities, and to promote school Spirit. The club is a self-perpetuating bocly, with Z1 membership limit of twenty, the election being held in February each year. 9 PAGE 226 0 'fix xt X zxxxk X NX A ii AL i :7iLi'i"X, l l 'it- Qf' 'S X X X' - s 'x ' v .. -.mx L: X l' 'fix , 01-'.-, X ' ' 1 -:X He. :dj . - I ' l in-Wi X.11l A 1: H M , T .qw . X ,M K V f 'X " " ' ' 1 fr'-:E-1: ' 1 . We '. . ". , A ,ff ' 'LF ' ,Xp X u ' 1 .5 .X as ,- ' ,rf 211' ' X, ' X' 'Ili 'X lf mx .a , .,.,, .,., , :VV . ,IM , ., , Y ips!-:,g-XX, I ' ns:-,1 R .11-1,. 'li' -, -- .qv . X ' -we , ,M-.. 'f A X Q A ff X1 .X F i'fi.'i,f'i' A .. , X X 1 X ll T fe :es if X - it f f as - ,- , ,g t A fV'y 1 X X -Ni i It if A X '- T A N tw f, .,,, - .v L'-. X. ,, . . . . X, Xi .ts ,,.-- A. yi, .- 04, X- tr if I .aah Yi ' wk iffy'-, -.x . A 2 1 'X f1' 1f2 y,f,..s'i-- - 'Q XQX4 X 1 -'X- fl it ' - . 3 '- ,1 , . - Q Q ' ' , T, 1 ' X , if 1255: W . ' ii . -W - X ' , ig L 1 'qi' af. X 3 " f , C3 A XF' A ' A T A ,331 l ' '-Ag! '- "" . A .. 'Benedict Patterson, Bayer, Moore, Love Monday, Orman, Turner, Eaton, Anthony THE ACE CLUB OFFICERS ANDREW BENEDICT, JR., Phi Delta Thfta ..... ..... P resident BEN PATTERSON, JR., Phi Kappa Psi . - - ..... Vice-President STANFORD MOORE, Phi Kappa Sigma ..... Sifcrfzary-Traaszirei' JAMES R. LOVE, HI, Beta Theta Pi . . Sergeant-ai-Arms MEMBERS CHARLES MONDAY . JOE HUTCPIISON . . -T01-I NSON McDOWELL . JOHN ORMAN. . . FENNELL TURNER . . VVILLIAM MATTHEWS BERT SPIVEY. . . VVARREN EATON . PRESTON B1ss1NGER . ROBERT SCI-IMID . . RUSSELL ANTHONY . BRUCE M. BAYER . . . . . . Kappa Sigma Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . . Sigma Nu Delia Kappa Epsilon . . . . Sigma Chi - Lambda Chi Alpha . , . . .Chi Phi . Pi Kappa Alpha . - Zeta Beta Tau . . . Kappa Alpha . Alpha Tau Omega . . . . Sigma Nu 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 picking his suc- cessor for the following year. 9 PAGE 227 0 VANDERBILT MEN'S GLEE CLUB BRUCKNER CHASE . . FRANK VVILSON . STETSON HUMPHREY . . JOHN DURRETT . WM. BIRD REW BIXBY JOI-IN CALDWELL MORRIS CALDWELL CHASE DELONEY TERRILL HALL KENT PREVVIT1' ROBERT ROSS JESSE STUART JOI-IN SHUMAKER FRED TUCKER OFFICERS PERSONNEL DONALD UPSHUR JAMES NEWTON ED BALDVVIN VVM. DIDCOOT PAUL PIUDGINS I'IAROLD SMELSER GORDON DUNCAN ARTHUR SELFMAN BRUCKNER CHASE JOHN DURRETT DONALD DAYTON JAMES D RUMRIGHT HENRY GRENLEY 0 PAGE 228 O . . .Prcszdent . . .Illmzager . .Director . 17 ccompanist ROBERT SMITH TOM KELLY DAVE BRASWELL VVENDELL PHILLIPS GEORGE CLOYS FRANK HUIJSDN O. B. VVASHINGTON HENRY PIOKERING NICK HU1'CHINSON JAMES FICKS RALPH CASH IES. I xx X 'x . XX GIRLS' GLEE CLUB OFFICERS HELEN GRIZZARD . . . . Preyidfnt ELIZABETH TATE . GERALDINE GALLAGHER . . . Managfr PORTIA VVARD . . MEB'IBERS BETTY AULT ELIZABETH BEASLEY JEWELL BURNLEY MARY E. BONHOLZER EMILY DAVIS MARY BAY DUNCAN MILDRED FITE SYLVIA FRANK FLORA MAE LAW ELIZABETH PEELER' CELESTE ALBRIGPIT MARJORIE ARNOLD LUCILLE BEASLEY ANN BARKER First Soprano JOHANNA LICHTENFELS ELLA P. MIMS REEDENE NOEILINO MARY E. RODENHAUSER ANNE Ross MARJORY ELLISON GERRY GALLAGHER AUGUSTA HOOPER DANICE JORDAN VVILLIE D. JOHNSON Second Soprano MARY KATHERINE PORTER CHRISTINE PARMAN . ELIZABETH READ KATHERINE RUTHERFORD FRANCES DEANE SMITH First and Second Altos EVELYN EWINO HELEN GRIZZARD EVA MAE HZAYNIE MAY PIERON JEAN VVHORLEY ELIZABETH BATTS ELIZABETH DANDRIDOE DOROTHY DALE BARBARA DENMAN 0 PAGE 229 0 . Sffrnlzzry . Treasurer MARY E. RYAN HENRIETTA SPICER ALICE VV. SPRINGER DOROTHY VVILLETT ADELE YOUNOBERO ANN STUCKEY ALBERTA TUCKER SARAH TUCKER PORTIA 'WARD RUTH ZEI-INDER CAROLYN PIERSON KATPIERINE RALSTON TENNX' LOUISE RAULSTON ELIZABETH TATE A W I ,0 X I ,I -. ,I K Liv, A ,IH IR X, AI., 1' ' - MX -.X I ' I I IJ , 'I V, to A HR I I If fx R! Y:-gf ,fix 2354? ,X If J If . . f XX X ik- A JJ lbfx I ,f Af-.J .M I, E ,X . A-. I I - I If . N , I4 4 F' " 'mv J 'W fx J R xy QNX I Y 'J QM DN P ff! IX 1 gf Q VANDERBILT BAND ORIN GASTON. ...... sg . . -U . . Couch NICHOLAS ROSE ...... .... D zrecim DON Upsuun .... Drum Major WARNER BOWDEN ...... . Manager MARIORIE ARNOLD JOHN J. ALBERS THOMAS COOPER GUY DENTON SPONSORS MARY ALICE FARR PERSONNEL Trumpets SAM HAIRSTON LEONARD HOPKINS EMANUEL LAPIDUS Piccolo and Horn RUTH ZEHNDER WILLIAM MAEERY SAM MOORER NICHOLAS ROSE RUSSEL ANTHONY ROBERT STURDIVANT Vanderbilt can justly enumerate among her very worthiest Organizations a band which with little encourageIIIent-financial or otherwise-each year develops itself into a unit Commandlng the respect Of sister institutions so much better equipped for producing a polished company The loyalty of its members and their love for the work has kept alive and improved VandeIbIlts Outstanding musical Organization, and designated their attempts as worthy of the highest praise and encouragement Of the student body. 0 PAGE 230 0 VANDERBILT BAND Trombones RALPH CASH M. L. MURPHY JACK ADAMS C. C. BRUMMETT FRANK CASTILLOW AMOS DAMPIER NICHOLAS HUTCHINSON Clzzrinets W. H. JARRETT HAROLD LAPIDUS HERMAN LEVINSON BAYLISS LITTLE JEROME SMALL I. H. SMITH Baritone and Bars I. W. STUART FRED TUCKER FELIX WILLY LANIER WYATT SAM ZIEGLER SCOTT I'iUBBARD I. H. M. JONES CALVIN MAR'1'IN WALTER WATILES ' Drums RALPH BINDER ALVIN GHERTNER HARRIS GREEN CHARLES MONDAY HAROLD SMELSER The Commodores' noble efforts on the gridiron, playing so important a part in capturing the attention of the public and retaining the interest of the alumni in University affairs, and at the same time Offering weekly diversion to the students, owe for their popular success much more than can be realized to the quickening inspiration of that instrument which draws all the Uni- versity together in the beloved strains of "Alma Mater"-the Vanderbilt Band. 0 PAGE 23I I 1 il:- fl". J l ' l .L 2 rl I i 'iM.x it Off lf! I l . 1. ,P 'i ' l ' ,E , xml 'fi' IM IL' uf Sl I I I .I X X Y gl'-f, X2 NX Ulf' ' ' lj I. xml! C39 j fvgf ta-f I fy Ml if lxf If -- E 32 3 ws W I ,SQA M A-f i f fi SI , .SF A .. ' , ll 3. , '1 ? , . fl. C' S I Og, WE VP K .ASR 'ASR Wg we Q?-'Z S. IM' M A S, by ,WM 'sg QS? 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Recordcr SENIOR CABINET ANDREW BENEDICT, '35 MORTON KING, '34 GILBERT MCLEMORE, '35 BEN PATTERSON, '35 BYRON BRUBAKER, '34 CHARLES LEE, '34 MORTON MCMURRAY, '33 RAY SNELL, '34 BILL CUNNINGHAM, '34 HOWARD MCGAVV, '33 VAUGHN MANSFIELD, '33 BILL SUHRHEINRICH, 34 GEORGE HARVEY, '35 FRANK O. MCGEHEE, '33 STANFORD MOORE, '35 GEORGE TOFFELL, '34 CHARLES HUDSON, '33 TOM KELLY, '33 HOWARD PARDUE, '34 ED WHALLEY, 334 EUGENE JOHNSON, '34 CLARENCE KING, '33 WINBURNE PARIS, '34 JOHN WILSON, '35 OFFICERS FRESHMAN CABINET VVILI. SHEARON . . . . President HAMILTON DOUGLAS . . Recordm BOARD OF DIRECTORS BEVERLY DOUGLAS. .I . Chairman F. O. MCGEHEE . . Rccording Secretary FRED J. LEWIS . . . Vzce-Chazrman HENRY G. HART . . General Secretary BOARD OF DIRECTORS W. A. BRYAN HENRY C. HIEES J. H. MOORE CHARLES GORE, '33 BEVERLY DOUGLAS MORTON B. HOWELL VERNON SHARP DICK LANSDEN, '33 STRATTON FOSTER FRED J. LEWIS ALDEN SMITH F. O. MCGEHEE, '33 EARNEST HARDISON GEORGE R. MAYFIELD G. M. SMITH MORTON MCMURRAY, HENRY G. HART GEORGE N. MAYHEW BYRON BRUBAKER, '34 GEORGE TOFFELL, '34 J ED WHALLEY, 34 WAYLAND J. HAYES HOWARD MILTENEERGER BILL CUNNINGHAM, ,34 ADVISORY COMMITTEE 1. H. KIRKLAND O. E. BROWN EDWIN MIMS 0 PAGE 232 o C. M. SARRATT :4f??f'l' 1 ...Lf . .. .QA -. -fy-aff., A I I 5 I f V ,.. Q , .,,.- X N, .af 1 ag. ,I-,-.-My '- 5 W, I I V - A W 'C' Wf- Jr W f :S ,...4p 52 if 1?-3 A X. A agv 4' 'MW .um R: f f 1 WW mf ff ' 2? :Y J- ., .,f- 1- . ' i-11:" ', .NM W' ' 7 X ,ii ,.,'---. : . Z W., "" 'BOasley, Bertram, Burnley, Snell, Sutherland Sl'1ull, Dillon, Dale, Ralston, Rutherford. Rodenhauser Ross, Geny, Grizzard, Ownbey, Elder Y W. C. A. CABINET Qi X A in s , X ' f 5460 A I , ' , 5 1 1, fr ' Vx Y P51 is ' , if y af . 3 5 if A Q , 4-., A , ' FM-Pi '1 1 10 ' ' -51 . 1 SI -wi ff - .-1, E:-:::g4,..: V mg' X H-1.73. 5.5351 I I .-v. I Eafi-a2f"? 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KATPIERINE GENY . KATHERINE RALSTON WINN OWENBEY . . MRS. HENRY HAQRT . MARY ELIZABETH RYAN . ADELAIDE SHULL . KA1'HERINE :RUTHERFORD . ANN ELDER. . . ISOBEL I'IIBBS. . . Social Scrfuica Chairman . Membership Chairman . Dcpuiation Chairman Undrrgradnale Chairman . . . . . . Librarian . Industrial Chairman . . Faculiy ffdwifar . Bullalin Chairman Chairman Chairman . .Mufic . Music . Puhlirity Chairman . Pulzliriiy Chairman PIELEN GRIZZARD . .... . . Worship Chairman ADVISORY BOARD MRS. A. B. BENEDICT MRS. W. F. FLEMING MISS NELLIE ROCKE MRS S. S. CROCKETT MRS. SUSIE MCWI MRS. SAM ORR 0 PAGE 233 0 IIRTER DEAN AOA BELLE STAPLETON XY XXX -X. .X JI . .Q R vi.. lk r'x+ A 4 . I X tl 3 ll WTI I I ' l ff 12,1 E if , HI: lk 3 If X I fix? :NI . , ' Alf ' ." F .1 KI, ff. J. I-N. ' ,' I' 'VN ll I I KK " ' J , I 'N 1 ' f xxlx I lIv?,1 Nl I. f f " ll fi-'f..!' X.. in H li If I .. -ffilf-MAL, 'htm .M . I 135 ' 5 wifi'-ag .I --'1 ' 1 55 ' I1 ..,, ? j: f Y I Q I fzigir is S' If If f X - , 1 " . 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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 to produce com- positions for criticism from the club as a whole. 9 PAGE 234 0 Lanier, Nooe Eager, Roberts, Bramwell, Alexander SCRIBBLERS QCHI DELTA PHD A junior Literary Club OFFICERS SUE LANIER ...... WILLA M. NODE . . . AMY BREYER . . . .... . ..... Prmident . . ...... Vice-President . . . . . . Secretary-Treaiurer MEMBERS JOHNSIE EAGER MARTHA ROBERTS HELEN BRAMWELL ELIZABETH ALEXANDER VIRGINIA LEWIS 0 PAGE 235 0 , ax .15-.. P ,N fm QI A XX 3' I vR:f.'IX-Xu' PX 'xv fx XXX LN A :Aix , 4 I A I . xnxx, xxx Talk I QQ U1- X4,xiT5fRN xx N .Y x 'N I ' U Q N IJ I Nj? Hill. Siegrist, Slxyer, Sweeney, Smith Br-amwell, Bond, Burton. Burnley, Baskette, Cates Jordan, Gunster, Goldberg. XVeber, Stax-lfxll BACHELOR MAIDES OFFICERS ELIZABETH HILL . . . . .... . . . . Mistres: De: Ajfnirs MARTPIA STANEILL . - Min:-es: Des Finances MEB'lBERS TNA POLLY TIABER HELEN BRAMWELL H JEWEL BURNLEY LEES GOLDBERG ANNA SIEGRIST RUTH BURTON if LAURA CATES JOAN SHYER b ROSALYN SMITH RUTH BOND JAX MARTHA BASKETTE DOROTHY SWHENEY ,X 3 H DANICE JORDAN ELEANOR WEBER I 1 , I MARY HELEN GUNSTER l I r Xxx lll I ' f ll lf", 'Q An honor club composed of some of the most representative girls of the Junior and Senior classes. '.. ,5 0 PAGE 236 0 5: 3. -Af 413, 2 fy fm -: My :wwf - Vf 4i::5::-- :zz-.wgw 5.,. ,- , .':2:gg.r M af.. .zg,.g:. v 3,-31. ,:-1:-., I 1 , , , mzi' - '41.- I-E-V V. V 1- I-1-V:-Q . . ,fe .-'-2, A A-I-Hs: A ., I-'. , f: fl.: A J ' f A, ' . - . ' ' V . I , ' A, - .. . - . A V 'M V V " ,V -"' - y ,i,,jff,a,'-:gg-za-I I Y fp, I 'f.fgI:g:gfg,.g , - -- v'f:55jggi952Z " -. '52-I ,Q f'?.' 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Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS ELLA PURYEAR MIMS ELIZABETH KERR MATTIE TATE VVooDs MARY ELIZABETH OMAN ROSALYN SMITH 1 MARY ELIZABETH RYAN MARTHA RECKLESS FRANCES DEAN SMITH KATHERINE RUTHERFORD LAVINIA TINNON JEWELL BURNLEY MARY HELEN GUNSTER ELIZABETH BEASLEY ADELE YOUNGBERG MARJORIE ARNOLD MARY E. BONHOLDZER MARTHA CALDWELD JEAN CAMPBELL SARA GUERIN A club composed of Junior and Senior girls with a love for music, art, and literature. Eligibility is based on proficiency in one or more of these arts. 0 PAGE 237 I ls. Ylllrti I X IX XX J I X I l l A XX ll E943 . l. , EJ N. . . l - -,A i N - I X,.x,fs,, Q , I N - -AL .X ll .. ll il ll! I 'i V Vw.. 1' ll I. l i YWQX Z lg ' , llfiii . WGA.. J' l A :fill if ll us 'VI I I M, Null ' ,. .X .A M H, px., ., l I' If I I I. J, 'Im I' . l fl li li X fl, xt x Wli 4?-I lxxlll' ,VTX , All .A -Q-le' fix. . l W Q9 If F f A N 'L ff-,itil I I, Lf ff 1: H il " I l I ,I xl NR I Kffll I 65 1 . I CO-EDITORS CLUB U OFFICERS lVlABEL WYNN OWNBEY . ...... ..... P zeszflent Lccv BREYER ....... ..... I fice-Preszdent MARGUERITE GREENE . . . . Secletary-Treasurer MEMBERS CELESTE ALBRIGHT ELIZABETH NICHENRY JEAN CAMPBELL ELIZABETH PETYVAY ROBIN EASTES KATHERINE RALSTON SYLVIA FRANK LUCILE REISMAN FLORA MAE LAW MARTHA SNELL MAXINE LAPAT MARY ERWVIN STovEs IQATHERINE SWIGGART "To know the best that has been said and thought in the world." This aim of literature, as set forth by lVIatthew Arnold, the mem- bers of the Co-editors Club endeavor to keep always before them. In the meetings twice a month, the best of modern writings and those less recent are reviewed and discussed. Not only have the better known authors been read, but papers and original com- positions of the members themselves have been given. During the past year, however, the club has limited itself to oral reviews and has had, among other excellent reports, such books as "Mourning Becomes Electra," "Destiny Bay," "Fathers and Sons," and selec- tions from Chinese and Japanese poetry. At the beginning of the school year this freshman-sophomore literary club took in six new members. The club is looking forward to even greater success in '33-'34, success in its members and in its aims. 0 PAGE 238 0 J CVX CF? 1? fig V-XXX , T I Q, PlJBI.iCfXTlQNS PAUL GRAINGER HUDGINS Busirzcss Manager THE COMMODORE, i933 This, the 1933 edition of the COMMODORE, comes to you through a time of hardships and sacrihces. It has been"our desire to bring to you in this book a picture of the activities of the year 1932-1933 that will refreshen the joys of them with every contact. Nlay we express our deep appreciation to the students who have so kindly cooperated in making this book possible, and who have thereby helped keep alive and uphold a hne tradition of Vanderbilt. May you accept this book with the feeling that we have given our best. To Messrs. Alumni office, this book. .4451 gif? 'Z W. A. Benson, Robert Benson, Miss Gladys Holt, and members of the we would express our gratitude for the part they have played in making .-r ff .nes-12 ' , . , f, Fra- . an -'-f -A ,.. - ,fm goff , V 4? it r.w,1 ,. ,. X 5,59 25 " ' ' . ,.. ....., . i33,f" ' '16Q4'EI::IFi s: 125451 - 1 . , "3-3b":"5 . 7'ff'7te'Z:'5 4. : 3 -.---,vii 521525 I ,:.w.:a?' - . ,iff a-aww., s . ve rve- . ' , 'f , ' 13- ' m,s-aww te, fffis ' fe: .1313 . . A Q Q ,wx s F X Q Q 'Y' ws is Psa Q Y X we xt , W Q. XO Hs: 1- , with -1' . A-"sr Nb... , . . , ..,. t, . N 'yt it . 1 K X X Eggs Q S AXE f cami , Q S933 X- s S 'wx sw X X s 1 K SQ? at X Q is X X X as X -:J Ns A KX N 'ki Beasley, Lee. Cheshire, Nichols 0 PAGE 240 0 CLARENCE G. KING, JR. . . . PAUL HUDGINS .... . EDWARD R. KANE . . . THOMAS ANDERIJON . IOHNSIE EAGER KARL PRICE THE COMMODORE, I933 STAFF . . . . Bugirzoss Managfr . ........ Associate Editor . ffssistfuzt Business Manager . ..... Assistant Editor . ffssistfznl Editor . . Athletic Editor . .... Azhlfzic Editor CI-IARLES B. LEE . Ross CHESHIRE . IULIAN FOSTER . EDWARD MORGAN . ELIZABETH BEASLEY ...... Organizations Editor THE COMMODORE BOARD DOROTHY DALE AVERY HANDLX' COMB3 FORT BEN PATTERSON JOHN WILSON JAMES NICKOLS ff - I- , M ,fi V . .: L . Price, Dale, Eager, Patterson 0 PAGE 24I 0 TNR, I N in xl R, -R5 R --' A I . . . ..... Edztor-zrz-Chief 1244 sf? , ffff r , . ,.,V -I g3sL-Mvg I - 2623: .faz,f:1':2f?fD ' : rf 141- ff, ,. , . -A i'g:fYLQf,:-fnxfg., K 4 'E 5' 3:f' " , - ,mf vp' , - 'I V- A A Age . :W . . xl . - wi . w"'w' -U, I Q ,I . fmt .WSI I N' Es! , 4 . ., .A W 1 If I y. I I J I iw , , I 'X ' 'W I '. ,, , ,I I 51- W .fix , ,ix 1 , A A- .O J Iv J 1 If I xml: 1, f 5,5552 , 'Nil I if If E-'14 -t " TEX Y I f z If , ., T Wg' If L: V Jak, .I uf? 'VIH f livin it If VJ I I x 'I M L 1 :X W 'K K I I J' 'If I, Q3 5 I LV! Isam F 'M '71, ,Jif f ' tj .L ,I 2 O Gi u94fs::'9's,: A , QZRFIEVYMA- ,Silks , .. ,W f'if7YC'Lf 7 I ' 7" :i2221-3712.5 ". , sm .V .. g . 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WARNER BOWDEN . . 1 .,,,. A vi THOMAS ANDERSON . BEN WEST . MORTON KING Russ SLOAN . Ross CIIESHIRE ELIZABETH BEASLEY . FLORENCE TRULL . . LUCILLE REISM BERT SPIVEY ED RUSSELL, IR. BEVERLY RAY BEN PATTERSON, JR. STANFORD MOORE MALLORY HARWELL AN.. 1 J Beasley, King, YVest Robbins, Bowden Reismau, Trull, Cheshire THE HUSTLER I932-I933 . . .Editor-in-C . . .Buxiness Manager-Ad-'vIerti.ving . . .Busi1ze.vs Manager-Czfrulatzon STAFF ASSISTANT EDITORS LEIIMON BRANTLEY FLORA MAE LAW MARJORIE ARNOLD DOROTHY DALE FRED HUME, JR. ELOISE ROBINSON HELEN BELLHOUSE 9 PAGE 242 0 . Managing Editor . Nffws Editor . Sports Ediior Feaiure Editor . Coed Editor I . -A.vS0Oiate Coed Edfior Associate Coed Eflztor MARX' ALICE FARR KIT HAYNES GILBERT MCLEMORE KARL PRICE BOYD BULLARD ROBIN EASTES his Sharp, Hzu-ris Youngberg, Eager, Benedict THE MASQUERADER M YB. I - x . xXx X, X X I VVALTER SHARP . . ....... Ediior JACK HARRIS , .... ..... B usineys Manager LoUIs ROSENFELD . . . . Advertising Manager EDITORIAL STAFF AVFRY HANDLY VVILLIAM Mosas THOMAS M. HARRIS HERNDON OLIVER ADELE YOUNGBERG ' BUSINESS STAFF ANDREW BENEDICT JOIINSIF EAGER - WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM HAROLD HUGGINS SEYMOUR SAMUELS 0 PAGE 243 0 f TX ff?-L?-if? U -ffxi-'i,I-'M-' X A " ff. ,qw f Ng- .4-L - Jx.:-0-.fsf's.,fg.', ffff , iz.-lx-E::i:a:t '9'.."f ig ..: .5 11 "4-'::': S' . "5" 'L -is -L. 4: L .4s.4s. 'gi-A "7"""" ,,,, ,." :nt-X . ' T' " 7 vxs W l Q Q 3. 3, 3 'J'Qg!MW,U-' , "5 -ff' -,, .. .'f-11'--'I if-,ffnllli ' 'Af ' 2:.:,"7 ,- - , Nxxtgylll K I0 r sQjf'g::,mi-lr l..-tvttTI0f!4. x -ul -xx ' ' ,4 -,- ' 115 "f'f,'52'f:5',- ,f 'ff-,x f 4A,fk2',2Q.1 lf 3L?2 -4-.-,g'fF2ifi, -1, .X " f" 14-k'f'f-5' - "QQ:-f'F.f-:'.'.'."' 71 ' ' '--. 'J-Y-1.vs-T:.1.1:7.?f:Tf5'f-'Z-7:55 .5fT:Z1"ix - 1 'liens-. 7 X 'v4 -Xg 1-X-QE f V p Y - bx N . ' V . S RL H , , A - 'l I xxx, . J - il t . - V -,4- in -X Q X reselzfiizq bereilz fu PROUD BEAUTIES OF THE RROM THAT SHCDULD HAVE BEEN-CAMPUS NOTABLES- THE STADIUIVTS BIRTHDAY AND A HQDGE-RODGE WE HQRE VCU WILL LIKE. W Q15 xy .Miss ipufk Garfifz OF NASHVILLE .Miss Gfcyefaige OF BROOKSVILLE, Miss. .Miss Gafkerizze Zylze o F N A s H v I L L E wb X559 7 Oo fymy F af ,562 Qfqh .Miss Mrqinia Glzeskire o F A TL A N TA I if Xfye Awk C425 6 GQZQ ,Rf B Q QQ Q Qs .Miss Gfmza jenna!! Qygaver O F N A s H VILL E .Miss .Mary me qfbe OF NASHVILLE Q www Ku? .Miss Cgvefylz .jrarzcpolz OF NASHVILLE C Q4 Q 0 00? fy 5' G1f'5rw0f1! Qfmse .Miss gwbef 515665 ' Tl-IE BACHELQR of Uqlinesys 0 HARRY DETHERO Harry Dethero was elected B.U. in 1932. An active participant in all forms of student ac- tivity, he Well typihes everything that B.U. stands for. i Since 1885, it has been a custom for the entire student body at Vander- bilt to assemble on Founder's Day and cast their vote for the outstanding man in the University, on whom is then conferred the degree of Bachelor of U gliness. This is the highest non-scholastic honor which a student can attain, and election to this position is not only an indication of personal popularity, but also means that the winner possesses the qualities which make a leader, for invariably, only one who has shown those qualities is elected to this coveted honor. l 0 PAGE 252 0 nd fha .Eady OFTI-IE BRACELET AT VANDERBILT Companion honor among the Women students to Bachelor of U glihess among the men, is the title of Lady of the Bracelet. The winner of this honor is selected by popular vote of all the Wo- men students each year, who in this manner pay tribute to the outstanding co-ed in the senior class. ' PAGE 253 0 MISS VANDERBILT Mary Alice Farr was elected Mixs Vanderbilt in the fall of 1932 by vote of the student body under the auspices of the Q'Hustler." It is of course unnecessary, in view of the above picture, to inform you that this was a beauty contest. 0 FRANCES RODENHAUSER Frances Rodenhauser, Lady of the Bracelet in 1932, represents all of the qualities to be looked for in the winner of this honor. A leader in all activities and personally very popular, she littingly talces her place with the past Ladies of the Bracelet. TENT!-I DR. W. L. DUDLEY Dr. W. L. Dudley, loyal and en- thusiastic supporter of Vander- bilt and Vanderbilt athletics, whose name the stadium bears, was a pioneer and undaunted champion in the struggle for purity in college athletics. With what was probably the most colorful and brilliant spectacle ever seen in Dudley Sta- dium, Vanderbilt and the people of Nashville celebrated the tenth anniversary of the opening of the stadium. Cliinaxing a two weeks campaign, under the direction of Hugh Smith, to flll the stadium, the big show began the night before the game with a torch-light parade by the student body, ending in a pep meeting down-town. ' The day of the game was bright and clear, the slcy above a bright blue. The students were given a holiday. The stadium began to fill at ncon, With daylight fireworks, the music of fifteen W' 'W' 0 .f TY ff , af, ,salma if , AN Nnveasf-mmf the ,Deming of flze LL fag Stadium bands, drill teams from local high schools-all a riot of brilliant colors, with the different uni- forms of scarlet, blue, and yellow-to entertain the crowd. The stadium was practically hlled by 2 o,cloclc. During the period before the game, the crowd was also amused by a farce football game staged by the freshmen, a wild rabbit chase, and a parade of stunts by the fraternities, all under the direction of Master of Ceremonies Hugh Smith, who was largely responsible for the success of the celebration. just before the game, the flag was raised as the monster crowd of over 25,000 people stood, and the 15 massed bands played the Star Spangled Banner. The tremendous crowd-every seat was taken and temporary bleachers fllled-was in a happy holiday mood as the teams came on the field. Exactly at 2:30 came the lciclc-off and the crowd settled back in their seats to watch Vanderbilt march to an easy 12-0 victory over Georgia Tech, which was an appropriate end to a perfect day. HUGH SMITH Hugh Smith, the man whose en- thusiasm and energy and uncanny ability for getting out the crowds, made possible the scenes depicted on these pages. www-wmImv-vw Id 5-I POOR RICHARD'S ALM ANAC The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe ISADORE BO SHINSKY ISPECIAL STUDENTS EDITIONI THIS IS THE BEST BOOK I EVER READ THE AUTHOR IS UNDOUBTEDLY A GENIUS ISADORE BO SHINSKY LIBERTY' FRATERNITYI SORORITYI Nxmgefwmqmg In OR I BY O O I' I. B., IN THE so . ' I PUBLISHED BY INC. "1 ' -- ' ls,- . U- l"l 4 F all CPoor Cliiclvardis Qfqlmanac An after-dinner address delivered at the Lotos-Eater's Jubilee Dinner by the author, Dr. Isadore Bo- shinsky, in a dickey-bosom shirt: Friends! Romans! Countrymen! Unaccustomed as I am to public speaking, nevertheless, from the rock-bound coast of Maine to the sunny shores of California, give me liberty or give me liberty! My friends, I haven't anything special to say to you, but while I am on my feet I would like to say that only five years ago I was fiat on my back, and look at me today! -- X, - Chapter Une In 10 easy lessons you too can learn to play the saxophone. They laughed when I sat down at the piano, too, but when I pulled out my saxophone-Ch, boy! As I gaze over this sea of faces, it makes me a little sea-sick-I mean, it is a great pleasure to be, in the words of the great poet-I've forgotten who the poet was-ahem, I've forgotten what he said. Well, anyway, ladies and gentlemen, no matter how thin you slice it, its still too thick. - Getting back to the question of Chapter Two Being an intelligence test pre- pared by the author. The correct answers will be found on page 1009. The idea is to underline the correct word to complete the following sentences. Score 10 for each one missed and 10 for each one missed. The game is 1005 250 is rubber. Q11 Sherman said, "War is- hell ' a rough game no sport for women Q21 President Garfield said, "What this country needs is a good live-cent- golf-ball hot-dog cigar haircut GQ Hamlet said, "There is some- thing rotten in the state of- Tennessee New Zealand Denmark V f4Q The governor of North Caro- lina said to the governor of South Carolina, "It's a long time between- the halves pay-days drinks C51 Chancellor Kirkland said, "A university is no greater than its- football team stadium alumni which came first, the hen or the egg, it seems to be half-a-dozen of one and half-a-dozen of the other, dozen' it? Well, now that the laugh's over, let's whack away. Come my friends, and sitting well in order, let us give fifteen rousing cheers for Isadore Bo-shinsky .... fAt this point Dr. Bo-shinsky was unfortunately struck in the eye, the right eye, with a ripe tomato, and was forced to retire in some confusion. Thus ends chapter one., N, Q9 iw M , . li l A True True Story by Isadore Bo-shinsky, entitled: SPEAK TO JUNIOR, HENRY! 1. Deep in the heart of the African jungle, where the beat of the tom-toms mingles with the shrill cry of the native saxophones, stood a Model T Ford Roadster. Perched on the high front seat of this Roadster sat Mahatma Stoop- over, the intrepid polar explorer and bon-vivant. 2. Meanwhile, back in Brooklyn, N. Y., the wolf was howling at the door of a little house on K Street, where dwelt the honest widow Stem- Clvapter Three Winder and her 13 children. Ir looked like a long hard winter ahead' for the Stemwinders. 3. In this castle there lived a beautiful princess, whose name was Princess Theatre. 4. President Garfinkle had worked his way up from a humble boyhood, when he used to pick up cigarette butts in the city streets, to his present proud position as head of the largest gator manufacturing concern in the north end of Putnam County. 5. It was very handy for Otto Posterior, who was fond of duck for lunch, that he lived in the coun- try where ducks were plentiful. In season, Otto could step out on the front porch and shoot his lunch in a jiify, which was kept there for that very purpose. 6. A week later, Amos X. Hat- tenbatcher, president of the Anti- Popcorn Ball League, announced that the per capita consumption of popcorn balls was hourly getting weaker, but that with blood trans- fusions, the patient was expected to last until morning. 7. NI now pronounce you man and wife," intoned the parson as he kissed the bride. And so they lived happily ever after. MORAL: It's a wise saw that can pick its own teeth. . X I W5 j 1. VF Chapter Four i rg, fra X 1 f 1 X 1.4 L, M? i 111 qi f f ' 1 j I1 1 r JUL, ' T -J 11 f PM 1 x X ll A-'T T 'ALP f XZQZI ff725 5 A grand prize contest sponsored by Isadore Bo-shinsky. Fill out the following names and submit to Bo- shinsky, care of Captain Taylor, Vanderbilt Campus. A handsome box of chocolate-coated liver pills will be awarded to the first student who guesses the following names and sells 100 copies of the "Com- modoref' 1. Iron Head R .........,... 2. Wrmkle Belly F ,........ 3. Rubber Legs N ............. 4. Monkey Meat G .......,. 5. Meat Ball D ......... 6. Ghost Ball P ........... 7. Pig Iron B ............. 8. One Ton D ........,,. 9. Rail Head O ......... 10. Night Life ,D.-.--.-.. 11. Dead Eye W ........... 12. Big Time T ......... Dr. Bo-shinsky's Question and Answer Box. Confidential advice to the love-lorn, latest stock quota- tions, bootlegger's numbers, etc., all sent in a plain wrapper to your door for only 51.98. A few samples are given below. flj Dear Dr. Bo-shinsky: I am much troubled and can't sleep at night on account of what I want to know is this-If I wasn't a basketball star do you think I could get a date with you-know- who? Hoping this finds you the same, I am Sunny Jim Scoggins. Dear Sunny Jim: I am sending under separate cover a mirror, and will let you judge for yourself. Hope the shock is not too great. Qi Dear Dr. Bo-shinsky: I am troubled with corns in the most unusual place. What would you-suggest? A Vernon Close. Dear Vernon: Our medical department has con- sidered' your case and recommends Who's Who at Vanderbilt, ac- cording to a popularity contest con- ducted by your popular author, Isa- dore Bo-shinsky. The following re- turns are guaranteed authentic: 1. Most popular-Isadore Bo- shinsky. 2. Most intelligent-Isadore Bo- shinsky. 3. Most handsome-Isadore Bo- shinsky. 4. Most perfect profile - Ikey Sampson. Chapter Five that you do not sit around on it so much. 131 Dear Dr. Bo-shinsky: I am a co-ed eighteen years old and am considered very attractive by my friends. I am in love with a boy of twenty-five but he won't ask me for a date. I am enclosing my picture. What do you advise? i Brown-Eyes. Dear Brown Eyes: The picture is very pretty. A personal interview will be necessary in order to straighten out your case. f4j Dear Dr. Bo-shinsky: People are always mistaking me for "Schnozzle" Durant. What shall I do? Eddie Peacock. Dear Eddie: Such is life. fij Dear Dr. Bo-shinsky: There are still a few people in the university who don't believe I'm tough. How can I convince them? Flem Smith. Dear Flem: You can fool some of the people some of the time, and you can fool Chapter Six 5. Most intellectual--Trader Strayhorn. 6. Biggest sack of pigeons-Presb dent Lowe. 7. Countriest-Selman Fortune. 8. Most muscle-bound between the ears-Cremo Crimm. 9. Tiger woman-Johnsie Eager. 10. Most room for improvement- Seymour Samuels. 11. Worst case of the crud-Buck Watkins. 12. Best face to frighten children with-Dixie Roberts. some of the people some of the time, but you can' t fool some of the people some of the time. f6j Dear Dr. Bo-shinsky: It's like this. I go to bed early, I go to bed late, it don't make no difference. I gotta sleep in class the next day just the same. What do you think? ' Armistead Clay. Dear Armistead: I think maybe you got sleeping sickness, what do you think? f7j Dear Dr. Bo-shinsky: What do you think of the younger generation? A Bulldog Mayo. Dear Bulldog: Everything is diiferent from what it was when you and I were young, isn't it? f8i Dear Dr. Bo-shinsky: I wonder if you can tell me who stole the lock off the hen-house door? fGovernorj Horton Early. Dear fGovernori: Do you smoke it or take it with a needle? Z'-D K ii ff 't at ,gt r: di W In order to meet modern condi- tions, the university must constantly change its courses so as to keep Lp to date. A few suggestions are hereby submitted for such changes. Let me know what you think of them. Dean Sarratt, per Isadore Bo-shinsky. 61. Rootin' and Tootin'. 4 hrs. credit. Class meets every Saturday night. Experimental lab work in the gym. at the Student Union Union dances. Covers the elements and groundwork of rootin' and tootin', including faj where to get it, fbj pulling the cork, fcj mixed or straight? fdj capacity of the hu- man system, fej the day after. Professor Wash Frazierg assistant, Jake Harris. A V85 I1 lf' Z' Chapter Seven 89. Popular Entertaining. 2 hrs. credit. No lectures, the course be- ing taught by actual demonstration at all dances. All phases of popular entertaining with special emphasis on floor-show work, how to have five new acts at every dance, the elements of rubber-legging, etc. Professor james Nichol. 24. The Art Of Sleep. 5 hrs. credit. 'Class-room work in connec- tion with all university classes. Ele- mentary work beginning with faj the back row, fbj falling out of chair, fcj the graceful awakening when called upon, fdj the more ad- vanced work on the front row, under the professor's eye, etc. Pro- fessor Roy Kennedy. 196. Making The Grade. 10 hrs. C Chapter Eight The following is a new game in- vented by Dr. Bo-shinsky, the ob- ject being to guess which word in each of the following sentences rep- resents the name of a Vanderbilt student. Those submitting the most correct lists of answers will be en- couraged to go out for the Vandy shuffle-board team in 1934. 1. Prosperity is just DURAND the corner. 2. 'LENTZ have another cup of coffee. 3. She pulled off her shoes and SCOGGINS. credit. The science of selling one self to the professorg how to get an A on a D paperg the jovial ap- proach vs. the serious approachg getting professor drunkg special lectures for co-eds on front row work, etc. 197. Bench Technique. For scrub football players only. Pre-requisite, two years on the bench. Covers the interlocking stance, checkers vs. dominoes, carrying off injured players, etc. Professors Hughes and Lowe. 242. Throwing The Bull. 20 hrs. credit. Intensive drill in hunt- ing and fishing stories, the Oke- fonokee Swamp, 69 ducks with one shot, quick bring the shovel, etc. Professor Buck Watkins. 4. You talk like a GRACEY man! 5. He was so strong it would take DENMAN to whip him. 6. SHULL we dance? 7. The KWOK struck twelve. 8. She had on a new EHRMAN coat. 9. HUGHES shouldn't do me like you do. 10. He LEFTWICH your wife an hour ago. 11. Oh well, such is LIPE! 12. HARRIS your brother get- ting along? 13. Well, EWING, pick up the marbles. 14. Look here and DANIEL see what I mean. 15. You're the CRIMM in my CLAFFEY., fEd. note: Bo-shinsky should get 20 years for this job.J Dr. Bo-shinsky,s Guide Manual to the fraternity situation at Van- derbilt. A complete picture of who is what, and why, in the Greeks at Vandy. Freshmen, be sure and read Dr. Bo-shinsky's manual before joining a frat! Invaluable, price- less, this great work comes to you at no advance in the price of the "Commodore" 1. Phi Delta Theta. -. Assets: One baby grand piano dfThe Great Foster Joe Cox-cook Liabilities: Ikey Sampson Buck Watkins Forty f40j other as- sorted dead-heads Net Worth: Do you have to be told? xfirozen Asset. 2. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Before you join up here be sure andziiake them show you the skele- ton in the closet-we mean One Ton, whom they will no doubt have well hidden away somewhere dur- ing rushing. Also, don't fall for that gag about Horsley being just the drug-store boy. And before you leap you should certainly take a peep at the Smith Bros. fin S. A. EJ. After seeing all these, use your own judgment. 3. Kappa Sigma. Here is a frat which will appeal to all lovers of old glassware and bric-a-brac. This frat has the finest and most complete collection of empty whiskey bottles to be found in any Kappa Sig house in the entire country. As for bric-a-brac, such rare old pieces as G. Shank- lin and Bulldog Mayo are on dis- play at all hours. 4. Sigma Chi. If you are a polo player we can recommend no better place to keep Chapter Nine your ponies while at Vanderbilt than this famous 21st Ave. stables. Many famous nags have been bred here, including such great names as Peeples and Robertson, three-year oldsg Willock and Morehead, bang- tailsg and those famous old stud- horses, Roberts and Leyendecker. This may indeed be called a very stable chapter of Sigma Chi. 5. Kappa Alpha. Theme Song: We all Make Mis- takes. Colors: White With Black Bor- der. Flower: Stinkweed. Motto: We may be down but we're never out of whiskey. Battle-Cry: Pass around the bot- tle and we,ll all take a drink. 6. Sigma Nu. An announcement of interest to the public is the opening to the pub- lic of the Broad St. Museum offer- ing among other feature exhibits the following: QU The Neanderthal Man-Ne- donthehead Lentz fEarly stone agej. f2j Ruins Of An Early Greek God-Gracey fPreserved in al- cohol, . f 31 The Arkansas Traveler-Cons ley fin the fleshj . Q42 The Human Straight Eight- Barry fWatch him hit his head against the wallj . f5j Many other quaint and curious exhibits-the most remarkable collection ever brought to Nashville. 7. Phi Kappa Sigma. Here we have an old fashioned barkentine, ladies and gentlemen, square-rigged and four sheets to the wind. On the hurricane deck we find the crew's quarters, and a very screwy-looking bunch the crew is, to be sure. On the poop deck we hnd Ross Ensley, who was unanimously elected the biggest poop-out of the year by his shipmates. Furl the sheets there, captain! 8. Alpha Tau Omega. Also ran. 9. Beta Theta Pi. The Betas have shown that it is possible to combine culture fteal with athletics fping-pongj. In ad- dition to having their own mixed doubles tennis tournament, these boys play bridge and shoot the whiffle-ball at the drug-store. Just for the hell of it! 10. It is rumored that there are other fraternities at Vanderbilt, but the staff has been unable to find anyone who will confess to belong- ing to any of them, so Dr. Bo- shinsky has been unable to offer any information about them. A True-False Test devised by Bo- shinsky to test the reader's patience and ingenuity. Remember, each answer is to be written on one side of the paper only and is not to ex- ceed twenty words. 1. Dean Stapleton showed her- self to be a real humorist by mak- ing the town girls put out their cigarettes at the Washington Ball. True False. 2. If Tex Leyendecker had a pro- peller on his nose, people would take him for an aeroplane. 'Qigg False. 3. The Vanderbilt Gym is an ideal place for student dances. True Ealse. 4. Student Union dances are good dances. True False. 5. The Vanderbilt Bookstore is not operated for profit. True False.XX,1 ' 6. Professor Santee won the hop, skip, and jump at the 1912 Olym- pics. True False. 7.4 Commodore Perry is the hot- test boy in the university. True False. Chapter Ten UI Bivci. r QS' 'ini we-f,,T c ,cg fc f .... p x .. , ... A-sy - Q TW 4 8. The editor and business man- ager of the 'iCommodore" make a thousand dollars apiece out of the book. True False. 9. Cigarette ashes in beer will make it stronger. True, False. 10. Chancellor Kirkland told the freshman who called him "Chance", "Just call me Jimmyf' True False. 11. Dud Green was dropped on his head when he was a baby. True False. 1 12. Three co-eds are crazy about Vernon Close. True False. 13. Robert Lindsey couldn't cross the street by himself when he first came to Vanderbilt. True False. 14. Co-eds go to the library just to study. True False. 15. "Chief" Coolidge once told a joke less than two years old. True False. 16. Dean Paschal said, "Sure I'll excuse your cuts." True False. ., 'il' E A 0 - ...., . . a AW 6 af' , 3 , - I , lf: k ,, IIS' 5 i - , n Q Chapter Eleven An intelligence test for students majoring in freshman math only. No others need apply. 1. If a chicken and a half can 3. 500 students go to the Junior Prom. Of these, 417 pay to get in, 59 slip in, and 3 are sober. If 5 quarts of whiskey equal one gal- " 'L' - lon, how many states will it take e e ee f iayh2?f,egl?oi,ni1Znlg,alLTC? 23131 to repeal the Eighteenth Amend- ' ' A K7 4 Evins go to chapel this year? ment? jx 2. If there are 200 co-eds and 4- A tree 65 feff high is growing S00 men students at Vanderbilt, by the edge Uf 3 river 29 feet deeP- A what Chance would Dixie Roberts Assuming that 15 fraternities break e have of being elected Lady of the 653 paddles on 197 freshmen dur- Braeelee-? ing Hell Week, could Mortimer Ehrman complete the 18-day diet in two weeks? N f 0 0 I f ,f ' --X, - Jack Spratt could eat no fat, His wife could not eat lean, Bo-shinsky is a wonderful man, They ought to make him Dean! Roses are red, Violets are blue, Bo-shinsky says, "Boop-hoop-e-doo! " Jack and Jill went up the hill To fetch a pail of water, Bo-shinsky said, "Oh what the hell! I'lI marry the farmeris daughterlv On Wednesday evening Dr. Bo- shinsky will address the League of Women Pipe-Smokers on the sub- ject, "A husband has only one wife but the iceman has his pick." Mr. Bo-shinsky wishes to deny the rumor that his wife's favorite song is, 'Tm Lonesome When I'm With You." Mr. Bo-shinsky wishes to an- nounce that he will no longer be responsible for the debts of his wife. Fu-ra, Incident Of Bo-shinsky's Youth: Teacher: Use now the word "de- void" in a sentence, Izzy. Bo-shinsky fthe bright little ladll: What's devoid you vant me to use, Miss Ginsberg? Famous last words: Who wrote the following? What did the following write? I F35 I!! 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